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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Santa Ana's Gay Observance of Hallowe'en. Coining- aud Going: Vessels Making- Bnsiness at Redondo. A Number of Social Events at Santa Ana—Local Affairs at Redondo. News Notes From Pomona. Santa Ana. Nov. I.—The moon ehone down in all her glory laet night, which was Hallowe'en, and it mnst have been very trying on fair Luna to see the boys of this city playing so many tricks upon the inoffensive residents of Santa Ana. The boys here—and there are a large number of them—were out in full force, and made tbe welkin ring as they pro ceeded up one street and down another, carrying off gates and everything porta ble in sight. They had a great time, and fortunate is the property owner who escaped from a visit from them In-1 night. The boys, however, shouldn't come in for all the blame, for the girls— bless their dear souls—enjoyed them selves hugely at others' expense, too. Many pleasant Hallowe'en parties were also held. One of these was enjoyed by those who were fortunate enough toattend the party given by Miss Lulu Howe, one of Santa Ana's most charming and popular young ladies. The elegant home of Mrs. Howe on Bush street presented a very attractive appearance. The Misses Stafford and McClelland entertained a number of friends at the home of Misß Stafford. The fates were tempted by all the traditional Hallow e'en customs to show what of joy, grief, true love or desolate loneliness was in store for those present. A splendid supper was served at 11. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smart cele brated Hallowe'en and the tenth anni versary of their marriage by entertain ing a few friends at their home in this city. The parlors were prettily deco rated with chrysanthemums and other flowers, and the supper was all that the most fastidious could desire. After several hours enjoyably spent, the guests departed, wishing the respected couple many happy returns of the day. Mies Nina Mansur gave a party assisted by the Misses Myrtia Edwards, Pearl Glenn, Susie Ross , — Lewin and Lottie Padgham. About twenty young people were present, and it is needlees to say that a pleasauter evening could not have been passed. There were several other private gath erings and, all in all, last night will long be remembered as a very pleasant time. A. If, N. Z. ENTERTAINMENT. Next to the Silkwood-Our Dick race, the entertainment to be given by the A. M. N. Z. club is of most interest here. The A. M. N. Z. are Eupposed to be a society of young ladies of this city, but further than that the Herald reporter knows naught. We do, however, know that it must be good, for the girls here are so sensible and pretty they would not have anything el*e. The entertain ment will be held in Congregational hall tomorrow night, f.nd is billed as a polit ical social. Following is the pro gram Ac : Prohibiten programme—Song, Glee club; recitation, Ora Foster; 10-minute address, E. E. Keech. People's programme—lo-minute ad drees, C. F. Bennett; recitation, Zora Sitton of McPhereon. Democratic programme—Sorg, Glee club: 10-minute address, J. G. Scarbor ough; recitation, Miss Minnie Garrett. Republican programme—Song, Glee club; 10-minute address, J.S.Pilman; recitation, Miss Carrie Stafford. BREVITIES. The report that the Olive Milling com pany had ceased manufacturing flour is unfounded, as the firm is manufacturing excellent breadstuff in larger quantities than usual. The Olive Milling company is one of the leading manufacturing es tablishments in Orange county. Miss Grace Harrington, one of On tario's most charming young ladies, vis ited Santa Ana yesterday. Mr. Ed Mendelson of Capistrano is in town. Ed is a good Democrat and says Capistrano will poll a large Democratic vote. Our Dick and Silkwood are both being \arkedon the track, and this morning jigged out a mile each in 2:15. The weather tere is superb and the track in the finest condition. Experts say that it iB now the fastest mile track in the state. As the big race draws near, in terest increases. Much interest is also taken in the outcome of the bicycle races, and with the programe offered it iB safe to predict that 10,000 persons will be at the track Saturday. The party given by the Santa Ana So cial club tonight was well attended, the light fantastic being tripped until the early hours of the morning. This club is composed of a large number of Santa Ana's best young people, and it is their intention to give these dances at regular intervals hereafter. T. V. Cator of San Francisco speaks here Thursday night on the People's party principles. The Populiteß are happy, for the gentleman has the repu tation of being an able speaker. John HanEon, a tramp, was arrested on a charge of malicious mischief, in having thrown a rock through a car window of a Santa Fe train. He had his preliminary examination before Judge Freeman this morning, and was held to appear before tbe superior court, with bail fixed at $1000. He went to jail. B. N. Rowe of Redlands is in this city on a visit. Seventeen hundred pounds of smelt were shipped from here to Los Angeles today. A choral society will be organized in Congregational ball Friday night. Full to no our Duty Sverybody has at times failed to do their . ity toward themselves. Hundreds of lady aders suffer from sick headache,nervousness, ol eplessness and female troubles. Let them follow the example of Mrs. H. Ilerfcechtor, Stevens Point, Wis., who for five years Buffered greatly from Nervous Prostration and sleepless ness, tried physicians aud different medicines without ouecess. But one bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine caused sound sleep every night and she is feeling like a new penon. Mis. Eliza beth Wheeler, Laramie City, Wyoming, who tried all other rereeiiiei, declared that after three weeks' use of the Nervine for Headache, Nervous Prostration, etc. she was emirely relieved. Sold by (J. 11. Hanca. Trial bottle free. •10 a Month! SlO a Month! Gives a lesion a da In short hand at the Ast burv Institute, theoid mid reliable»ohool, es tablished h- re lor seven yi'ars pat. The rcc ommt ndst on* of i-ur pupils are our references. Phillips blooa, c ver People's store. Tuke ele vator. Our Prominent I'lkysicii&us ileconimend John Wlelaud's and Fredericksburg Beer, Both unequaled for quality, strength and purity POMONA. News and Personal Notes from That Thriving City. Pomona, Nov. I.—lt was Hallowe'en, and out in the cold and dismal night, peering through the plate glass that adorns the front of a well-known grocery house not a hundred miles west of the Hkrald office, was a certain popular young officer. He was gazing into the office of Dan iels & Fellows; the outline of a figure was discernible to the young man. Could there be burglars there, getting in their nefarious work. He was right; there was some one there; but, no; could it be a woman ; and, in fact, the figure of a woman became plainly visible Seated upon a high stool, and leaning her head upon the desk, was a beautiful young girl who, apparently, had sobbed herself to sleep. Tbe officer got the place opened only to find that the object of bis exertions was a dummy figure art fully arranged. There iB displayed in Baßsett's music store window an oil painting of roses, by Miss Sanborn, which shows much artistic merit. The first floor of the Odd Fellows' temple is completed. Miss Gracie Beebe, the charming little soubrette, supported by the Crawford Comedy company, is booked here for tomorrow Thursday, Friday and Friday matinee. Miss Gracie will be remembered as having visited us last winter with the Gracie Beebe-Barbour company and is a pleasing girl actress. The Prohibitionists held the biggest rally they have had here last night. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Breeden are visit ors in our city. Mr. H. A. Wolfe, the Western Union manager at Redlands, has been enjoy ing a week's vacation, and spent yester day in Pomona, on his wav home. Mr. W. J. Bending, S. Caldwell's drug clerk, left yesterday by steamer for the benefit of the ocean trip to San Francisco. He returns Monday. H. H. Colegrove spent yesterday in Los Angeles. Mr. Studdarth, representing Braun & Co.'s drug house, was in Pomona yes terday. Travelers to Lob Angeles today were F. J. Smith, George Atkins, Mrs. H. N. James, Mrs. Houghton and child, M. Remley. Pomona Briefs. FIS3T NATIONAL BANK of Pomona, C. Beaver, president; Stoddard Jess, cashier. Capi tal paid up, $100,000; a general banking busi ness transacted. C. C. ZILLKB A CO., manufacturing jewelers McComas blocs. ADVERTISE In the columns of The Herald. OLD PAPERS for sale at The Hkbald office. REDONDO. Arrival of the Sauta Rosa—Local Matter* of Interest. Redondo Beach, Nov. 1. —The steam ship Santa Rosa, Captain Alexander, from the north, reached this port at 5 o'clock this morning. The Santa Rosa left San Francisco with a heavy freight for way ports, espe cially large for Santa Barbara, which naturally retarded her progress down the coast, making her about five hours late at Redondo. Her consignments for this port consisted of 220 tons of mis cellaneous merchandise for Los Angeles and interior towns, and 40 passengers. This heavy business was disposed of in about five hours, and the Santa Rosa at 12 o'clock neon waß coursing rapidly for I San Diego. Maxey & Miles, the expert seine flsh | ermen, made another unprecedented haul of fish on Sunday. The seine was landed on the eauds nearly opposite the pavilion,just north of Redondo wharf.and the fish taken out in the one haul weighed upwards of 4000 pounds. The majority were smelt of large size. The lot was shipped to tbe San Francisco market. Dan O'Neill, the popular chief clerk of Hotel Redondo, takes hia vacation this month to make a visit to his old home at Portland, Ore. He leaves via the Santa Roea on her return north Thursday. Dan O'Neill has been at his present responsible position in the Re dondo since December last. Arrivals at Hotel Redondo are J. W. Ludoveci, San Francisco; Mr. and Mra. Robert Endie. Santa Barbara; J. S. Counselman, Kansas City; L. L.Sutter, San Gabriel; George Prentice, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Good, Los Angeles. fell Mead. These words are very familiar to our readers, as not a day passes without the report of the sudden death of some prominent citizen. The explanation is "Heart Di-ease." Therefore, beware if yon have any of the following symp toms, Short Breath, Pain in Side, Smothering Spells, Swollen Ankles, Asthmatic Breathing, Weak and Hungry -ipells, TenderntSß in Shoul der or Arm, Phittering of Heart or Irregular Pulse. These symptoms mean heart disease The most re.ialiic remedy is Dr. Miles'sNew Heart Cure, which has sp.ved thousands of lives. Book of %&• • "nials free at C. H. Uauee, who also sell.. <. New Heart Cure. Pasadena ISrU-fa. Pasadena oil) cc of the RIBALD, No. 14 West Colorado street Advertisetne-uts aud subscrip tions received. ST. NICHOLAS, half block from terminus of the Los Angeles, Pasadena and Gle ndale rail way. Rates $5 to if 7 per week. Miss 1. Mc- Lain, proprietor. MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDING STA BLE:, rear of post-office. Safe and sulish turn outs at reasonable prices. Telephone 50. C. GARIBALDI, dealer in wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco, also canned goods, i£ast Colorado street cor. Chestnut avenue. COOK & EJKOZA, general blacksmithing. No. 15 Union street. G. 8. MAYIfEW, real estate broker, 20% West Colorado street. Loans and investments. P. P. BONHAM, plumbing, steam beating and gas fitting, 19 East Colorado street. BROWN i SUTLIFF, carpets, curtains and shades, upholstering, steam carpet cleaning. 99 south Fair Oaks avenue. TBE CROWN VILLA: centrally located; newly papered and furn'shed throughout; lighted by electricity. First class only. COLUMBIA RESTAURANT, East Colorado street Brociway block. Conducted in first class style. Moderate charges. ELITE BILLIARD HALL, 14 South Fair Oaks avenue. Chas. Grimes, proprietor. D. S. BASSUTT. Ladies' and Gents' Tonsorial Parlors. Ladles' hair cutting, curling and shampooing. 5 East Colorado street. PASADENA BLACKSMITH SHOP, 48 Broad way. General blacksmithing and woodwork. Raiidlemon & De liny. M'DONALD, BROOK? it CO., real estate, loan:, and houses for rent. Bargains lv houseß and ranches. 7 East Colorado street. SAMUEL WEIGHT, Id!) East Colorado street Real estate. Pension claims a specialty. Em ployment furnished. Help supplied. ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. S. Dental rooms Kldridge buildine, Pasadena. MERCANTILE LUNCH HOUrtK, 32 South Fa r Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours. KEYSTONE LUNCH. 22 South Fair Oaks ave nue. Meals cooked to order at all hours. W. 8 FA IKM AN, the paiuter house, lign aud carriage painting, paper hanging, ealsotnining. etc., corner Broadway and Kansas street. OMAHA WAFFLE HOUSE, 12 South Fair Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours. C. L. Beny, proprietor. THE BALMORAL, first-class in every depart ment; rates, $2.60 per day and upward. HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, steam heat ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod ern impiovemcnts. THE PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and Washington; first-class family hotel. LOS ANGKLE3 HOU E, corner Colorado street and Delacey avenue; trsn'-ients, #1 and .fI.DO per day; first-class. P. Klein, proprietor. NORTH PASADENA RESORT, fine wines, liqvors and cigars. S. R. Brown, proprietor. KERCKHOFF-OUZNER Mill aud Lumber Co., corner Broadway and Kansas street LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1892. SUPERVISORIAL CHARITY WHICH IS NEVER INVESTIGATED. Nearly 920.000 a Year Given to the Foer, Besides the Cost of the Poor Farm and County • Hospltai. Tho board of supervisors have one especial power which is susceptible of great good or almost unlimited harm— the allowing of money and support to aged indigents, and the care of indi gents generally. Very few people are aware of the thousands of dollars in coin that are annually allowed by the board to poor people who come within the provisions of the law for the support of that class. The newspapers have been requested not to mention the names of the indi gents who are helped out of the public funds, and they have almost invariably acceded to the request. Hardly a day goes by without some allowance of this kind. There are hun dreds of people throughout the county who have had the benefit of this unob trusive and practical charity without being heralded to the world as receiving it, and there are many old people descending towards the valley of death who would reach the end of their jour ney very much more quickly were it not for this timely assistance." The board is annually expending about $18,000 in this manner. There are quite a large number of peo ple of both eexes drawing $10 to $15 a month regularly from the county, and othera who are supplied with clothes and provisions, without which they would starve. The pay roll of indigents includes between 200 and 250 names. _ This kind of care of the poor is exclu sive of the county hospital and poor farm, and is a direct outlay, designed to reach the class of poor people who are not so entirely helpless as to enter the regular county institutions. It is ren dered possible by the state law which has provided a fund for this especial kind of charity. So unlimited is tbe discretion of the board of supervisors in the matter that they may be said to be practically a law unto themselves in their allowance of aid to the aged indigent, and unless great care is exercised they are liable to abuse the extraordinary jurisdiction which they possess. It would be a good subject for inves tigation. The supervisors may very easily use the means in their hands to further ulterior purposes, although some safeguards are thrown about the distribution of the funds. No money can be allowed any person who does not, first make affidavit to his or her neces sities. Yet such a provision can be evaded by the board and the applicants by the recklessness with which an affi davit may be given. The names are never published, and no one outside of the board and the applicant have here tofore known anything about the differ ent cases in which assistance has been given. An idea of the great extent to which this species of benevolence has been carried may be obtained from the ac count of Lcs Angeles county with the state. By the provisions of the statutes the state refunds to the different coun ties a certain amount for each indigent, namely 17. Only a few nior.ths ago the state refunded $34,000 to Lis Angeles county for money expended in this manner. It is a very suggestive thing aa to slim safeguards hedging about the law, and the carelessness of its construction by the board of supervisors that they pul in a claim for a much larger su*n than that refunded. Their claim included all the money which they had allowed, and did not confine itself within the limit set by the state. The state board of ex aminers sent a clerk down to Los An geles, who went through the records the roughly, and as a result of his inves tigation the county's claim was cut down to the $34,000 mentioned. It is no doubt a good thing to show a proper generosity for the care of the in digent, but it would seem to be a wise provision that would enforce a proper scrutiny of such expenditures. The state board of examiners found a similar state of the accounts in nearly every county investigated, and their claims were cut down in every instance very materially. It is a very difficult thing to get at the inside facts in the matter, becauee the books do not disclose anything Bave the affidavits of the recipients cf the money, but it would be a very good safeguard for the board to publish the names of the people in the county now on the indigent pay rolls. It might reveal Borne very interesting facts. Mrs. Nancy Wirts, 1201 Caroline street, Bal timore, Md.. thus gives her experience: "We have used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, aud have never found its equal for our children." lipl W Qmen Mar "\ Thecommonaffliotionsof wo gKjVv. 111011 !lre sick-headaches, lndi gcidion and nervous troubles. They arise largely f roru Btomacb disorders. As Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla lithe only bowel regulating preparation, you can see why it is more effective than any other Sarsapa rilla iv those troubles. It isdaily relieving hun dreds. The action is mild, direct and effective. We have scores of letters from grateful women. We refer to a few San Francisco ladies: Nervous debility, Mrs. J. Barron. 142 71 b St. Nervous debility, Mrs. Fred Loy, :;27 Kilis St. General debility Mrs. Belden, 610 Mason St. Nervous debility Mrs. J. Lampherc, '::,:> Turk St. Nervous debility, Miss R. Roseuhlum, 'j:;2l7th St. Stomach troubles, Mrs. R. LWheaton, 701 Post St. Sick headaches. Mrs. M. B. Price, 1G Prospect Place, S. F Sick headaches, Mrs. M. Fowler, 527 Kills St. Indigestion, Mrs. C. D. Stuart, 1221 Mission St Constipation, Mrs. C. Melvin, 126 Kearny St. JflV'Q Vegetable y I 0 Sarsaparilla Many drurrgists havo a cheap Parsnpnrillathcy make mure on than on Joy's, which they will try to sell to you. You'll have to insist on Joy's. Most modern, most effective, same price. MANICURING, CRIMFING, SHAMPOOING, SINGEING, BP TthT wonder hair parlors MRS. M. CODIK, 219 South Spring street. PERRY MO XT & CO. 'S LUMBER YARDS AND PLANING ; MILLS. Mo. 316 Commercial Street, al THE COUNTY'S ALMS. Skookum Boot Grows mWv\*L Stops Hair XrlKj Falling On IL w\ Unit. Ilald Makes Heads. iwffiiflijL Gives Hair Length ijJJPn And And Strength, ffW Glossy. Contains \?ri A** iLJhI A Grows No 7P\\ Hair c BSf' """^ A The Purely / Wmfiiw A Most Vegetable / Ti'Si-'JIf lilt Delicate Compound. ,' , Jfcwtfcjljtfp 1 J,\ Fabric. Cures ,* i , t ,r.*# Is Diir.dnifT. • I IBr.-'i 1 I Nature's Soothes, iMP IJ 11 Own Cools *'<§lW >'" It Remedy And ■ "» T » ■ jll For Stops (Trade Mark Registered.) Ail All Bcatp itching r j i i n Humors, VL HAIR pril scalp. from Ir- GBOWEB :i Dressing. Substances. Sold by Druggists, $1 j Bbt,sß. Worth J."> a bottle MANUFACTURED ONLY BY THE Skookum Boot Hair Grower 00. NEW YORK. Cod-liver oil is useful be yond any praise it has ever won; and yet few are wil ting to take it—the taste is so vile and it lasts so long. Some stomachs cannot take it, and some are burdened with it. Scott's Emulsion of cod liver oil is not offensive; it is pleasant to some, especial ly children. It is not often a tax on digestion. Scott's Emulsion is cod liver oil made far more ef fectual. There is a little book on careful living ; sent free, Scott&Bovvne. Chemists 132 South sth Avenue, New York. Your druggist keeps Scott's Emulsion of cod-iiver oil—all druggists everywhere do. 51. Unlike the Dutch Process OSk No Alkalies jftflf —OB — Other Chemicals are used In tho jSmjSjJSS? preparation of BAKER & CO.'S IfflaßreaafastCocoa 1i fl si te/ifr/i is absolutely Mil ' |(| I 1 pure and soluble, rTall! 11l I IthasroorcfAnnffcrcetims* RB| If /111 a 1 he strength of Cocoa mixed .J! 1 1 f. m with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is far more eco nomical, costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, and easily DIGESTED. Sold by Grocers crerywhert. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mats. REDUCTION OF CCDHTY TAXES! Honest Administration! DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN MEETINGS. HIADQ.TJAB.TBBS DEMOCRATIC ) COUNTY COMMITTBB, > October 20, 1892. ) The ,'ollowing meetings are arranged to take place at the precincts named in Los Anseles oounty,on the dates named,and to be addressed oy the following speakers: Wednesday, November 2d, Pomona.— W. A. Ryan aud J. W. Mitchell. Wednesday, November 3d, Lordgburg. —W. A. Harris and H. D. Cassidy. Thursday, November 3d, Spadra.—J. A. Ardis >.ud other speakers. Thursday November 3d, Wilmington. — Judge F B. Guthrie and J. Marion Brooks. Thursday, November 3d, Pasadena. —T. L. Skinner and T. E. Gibbon. Friday, November 4th, I3owney.—Hon. W. B. Westfrman and Judge F. B. Guthrie. Friday, November 4th, Whittler.—R. J, Adi ock and Judge J. R, Dupuy. Friday, November 4th, Santa Monica.— Judge Enoch Knight aud John W. Mitchell. Friday, November 4th, El Monte.—T. L. Skinner aud A. L. Belig. Friday, November 4th, Kedondo.—W. A. Ryan and VV. R. Burke. CITY MEETINGS. Saturday, November sth.—Grand mass meeting of the city and county Demociacy at Hazard's pavilion. Chairmen of the evening, vice presidents and sp?akt.rs|wlll be announced later. By order Democratic County Central Com mittee. C. P. A. LAST, HENRY P. WILSON, Chairman. Secretary. Painless Dentistry Fine Gold Filling , Crown and Bridge j&Sp^ : -£§ Work - dSSIH All operations pain- WflK ' W le.-s. & Sons, SmW*m \% &L R< > ora6 18 and 19, \Wmt m m* »» 107 N. Spring st. MRS. A. MENMiSHAXL^ Hairdressiiig and Manicure Parlors, IC7 North Spring street, Room 23 Schumacher Block. Shampooing done at residences If desired. CHEAP Dinner, Tea sT(ilet Services Plates and bowls for the million. Haviland China, Amateurs' Supplies STAFFORDSHIRE - CROCKERY CO, 8-27 117 South Spring street 6mo DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. J UK BARTH SHORB, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY TREABUBER. JJEN RY B. BELT, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR RECORDER. ■yy B. SCARBOROUGH, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR. JJ C. DILLON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, R. C. GUIRADO, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CORONER. J£ L. 3IEWEKE, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CONSTABLE. P. RICHARDSON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CONSTABLE. QROVE 8. BARTHOLOMEW^ REGULAR DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE FOR TOWNSHIP JUSTICE. JAMES HANLEY, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SUPERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT. jyj T. COLLINB, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR BUPEPVISOR BECOND DISTRICT. QENERAL JOHN R. MATHEWS, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR STATE SENATOR, Thirty-seventh Senator'al District, lyj P. SNYDER, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, Seventy-fifth Assembly District. JpRANK G. FINLAYSON] REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, Beventy-third Assembly District. IyjAETIN C. MARSH, * REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SHERIFF. B. CULLEN, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY CLERK. QOL. E. E. HEWITT, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR. B. COLVER, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR AUDITOR. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. SHRANK M. KELSEY, Regular Republican nominee for PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, Election Tuesday. Noyember'B, 1892. W. FRANCIsCo! Regular Republican nominee for SUPERVISOR (Second Supervisorial District). Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. -pOBT. N. BULLA, Republican nominee for ASSEMBLYMAN, 75TH DISTRICT, Election, November 8,1892. BRAY, Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY RECORDER, Election Tuesday, November 8,I89i«. CITY NOMINIIf). rp K. BOWAN, " REGULAR? DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOB MAYOR. JOHN CHANSLOB~ ~ ' (ol An terson & ChaDslor) BEQULAB DEMOCBATIO NOMINM FOB COUNCILMAN. , FOURTH WABD. rpHOMAS WEIBB. UKOULAK DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN. SEVENTH WARD. JOHN BRINK, * REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CITY LICENSE AND TAX COLLBCTOB JH. DOCK WEILER, BEGULAB DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE. FOR CITY ENGINEER. T ORFILA, BEGULAB DEMOCEATIC NOMINEE FOR CITY CLFRK. INNHS, , REGULAR DEMOCBATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN EIGIITII WABD. M. NICKELL, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN FIRST WARD. JOHN D. SHIKOK, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC .NOMINEE FOB CITY AUDITOB. J~JBURY A. WATSON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS. JJEFUGIO BILDEKRAIN^ REGULAR DEMOCKATIC NOMINEE FOR CITY ASSESSOR, A. WILSOI, ' REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN THIRD WARD. JOHN BRYSON, SrT, ' REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CITY TREASURER. QLARENCE A. MILLER. REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE I OR CITY ATTORNEY. J£ 8. IBVIN, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN NINTH WARD. QEORGE D. PES3ELL; BEGULAB DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN SIXTH WARD. JOHN T. GAFFEY, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNCILMAN EIGHTH WARD. B BP V B L O MINKKB . 'yy ALTER B.MOORE, Regular Republican nominee for STATE SENATOR, Thirty-seventh Senatorial District, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892 JOHN C. CLINJtj ' Regular Republican nominee lor SHERIFF, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. rj>RO WBRIDGE H. WARD, Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY CLERK. Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. E. LOPEZ, (Present City Auditor,) Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY AUDITOR, Election Tuesday, November 8.1892. j^Tm£z~"banbuby, Begular Bepubllc«n nominee for COUNTY TBEABUBEB, Election Tuesday, November 3,1892.