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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Pasadena's Portraits to Be Painted for San Francisco. Great Success of the Paper Carnival at Pomona. Anahlem's Beet Sugar Factory an As sured Affair—Santa Ana Motes. Bedondo Shipping News. Pomona's Carnival. Pasadena, Nov. 18.—At a meeting of the board of trade yesterday the ques tion of the best means that could be employed to advertise this city was dis cussed. Several propositions were sug gested, but the one that met with the most favor was that of having a large landscape picture of Pasadena and sur roundings painted by some first-class artist, to be hung in the California state building, providing a suitable place could be procured. No proposition thus far brought forward would seem to pos sess the merit of this one. To be sure, it would cost a considerable sum of money, which sum must be guaranteed before work can be commenced, but the benefits to be derived from an adver tisement will far surpass the expense. In order that the picture may be com pleted in time to be put on exhibition at the San Francisco exhibition it will be necessary to have work commence in a short time. The gentlemen who have the matter in charge will do all possible to expedite affairs, and should receive the hearty co-operation of our citizens, for it is to the interest of all that our city be properly represented among the exhibits of the coming fair. THE TOLICY HAD .IL'ST EXPIRED. Tbe fire company was called out at 2:45 this morning by an alarm from the corner of Los Robles and Center streets. The fire proved to be located in a barn on Center street near Los Robles, be longing to Mr. Scbultz of Los Angeles. The premises were occupied by Mr. Barrie, who had a horse, harness and hay in the building. Owing to the early hour, the fire was not discovered until the building was almost consumed. The structure, with its entire contents, including a valuable horse, was a total loss. The damages will amount to about $400. The insurance, unfortunately, ex- Eired a few days ago. It is not known ow the fire could have started at such j a time. NAVEL ORANGES AND NITRATES. The failure of many of the navel or chards of Southern California to produce fruit after a heavy blossom in tbe spring has been demonstrated in many locali ties and the cause haß puzzled our fore mobt fruit growers. Jlr. A. B. Chapman, a gentleman of long experience iv fruit culture, contributes the following rea sons for the non-production and suggests the remedy: "Imagine a navel orange orchard thor oughly fertilized with horse manure and heavily in bloom. Manifestly the tree is putting forth ita greatest efforts, both growing and blooming. We are taught that the orange, like the wheat plant, is dependent upon a supply of nitrate in the soil for its existence, and that, un like the leguminosae, cannot assimilate the free nitrogen of tho air. We are again taught that nitrates are the result of the growth of certain bacteria in the soil. That at a temperature of 40 de grees Fahrenheit this growth is entirely arrested ; at 54 degrees nitrates are found in appreciable quantities, but that ten times aB much nitrate are formed at 98 degrees as at 77 degrees. Our springs are cold and the nitrates do not form in the soil sufficiently rapidly for the needs cf the tree; and a tree that has not the proper amount of nitrogen at its control is forced to turn yellow and drop its fruit. The remedy consists in applying nitrate ready formed, aB nitrate of soda; and the proper dose is from one-quarter to one-half a pound after each shower or irrigation. The three essentials for the growth of nitrate are : shade, moisture and heat. TBBOOP CADETS. The boyß of Throop university have formed themselves into a cadet corps of the Seventh regiment N. G. C. Tbe company, which starts out with a mem bership of 50, haß elected aB its captain Mr Minor, late of New York, nhere he won high honors in military tactics. The uniforms will be furnished by the state, also guns and a suitable armory. Drill will be held three times a week and will, no doubt, be a Bplendid thing for the hoys. This will add one more at- Pasadena Briefs Pasadena office ol the Herald, No. 14 West Colorado Btreet. Advertisements and subscrip tions received. ST. NICHOLAS, half block from terminus of the Los Angeles, Pasndena and Glendale rail way. Rates $5 to $7 per week. Miss I. Mc- Lain, proprietor. MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDING STA BLE, rear of post-oflice. Safe and st) llsh turn outs at reasonable prices. Telephone sti. C. GARI 4ALDI, dealer in wines, liquorß, cigars and tobacco, also ranntd goods. East Colorado street cor. Chestnut avenue. COOK & EJKOZA, general blacksmithing. No. 15 Union street. G. S. MAY HEW, real estate broker, 20% West Colorado street. Loans and Investments. P. P. BONHAM, plumbing, steam heating and gas fitting, 19 East I olorado street. BROWN .t SOTLIEF, carpets, curtsins and shades, upholstering, steam carpet cleaning. 99 south Pair Oaks avenue. THE CROWN VILLA; centrally located; newly papered and furnished throughout: lighted by electricity. First class only. COLOMBIA RESTAURANT. East Colorado street Brocsway block. Conducted in flrst class style. Moderate charges. ELITE BILLIARD IIALL, 14 South Fair Oaks avenue. Chas. Grimes, proprietor. D. 8. BASitTT. Ladies' and Geuts' Tonsoriai Parlors. Ladies' hair cuuiug, curling and Bhamponini?. 5 East Colorado street. PASADENA BLACKSMITH SHOP, 48 Broud way. General blacksmithing and woodwork. Raiidlemon &. De Hay. M'DONA LD, BROOKS & CO , real estate, loans and houses for rent. Bargains lv houses and ranches. 7 East Colorado street. SAMUEL WEIGHT, 10'J East Colorado street Real estate. Pension claims a specialty. Em ployment furnished. Help supplied. ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. 8. Dental room«, Eldridgc building, Pasadena. MERCANTILE LUNCH HOUSE, 32 South Far Oaks avenue. Meal»at all hours. KEY Ml ONE LUNCH, 22 South Fair Oaks ay -. nue. Meals cooked to order at al> hours. W. 8. FAIRMAN, the painter house, 'ign aud carriage painting, paper hanging, calsomimng etc., corner Broadway and Kansas street. OMAHA WAFFLE HOU-iE. 12 South Fair Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours. C. L. Beriy, proprielor. THE BALMORAL, first-class in every depart ment; rates, $2.50 per day and upward. HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, steam heat ed, hot aud cold water, elevator, and all mod ern imp oveoients. THE PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and Washington; first-class family hotel. LOS ANGELES HOIHE, corner Colorado street and Delacey avenue; $1 aud $1.50 per day; first-class. P. Klein, proprietor. NORTH PASADENA RKSORT. fine wines, liquors and cigars, s. R. Brown, proprietor. KERCKHOFF-CUZNBR Mill and Lumber 00., comer Broad way and Kaunas street. traction to the already strong array of attractions of this institution. NOTES. The next state convention on the books for Pasadena is that of the Sons of Veterans, to be held next March. A number of Pasadena people were on the Santa Fe train wreckedjyesterday on the desert, but as far as known none of them were injured. Miss Ada Brooks left yesterday to take charge of a Kindergarten school in San Bernardino. Work on the water development at Devil's Gate continues to progress with satisfactory results. There is no doubt but that sufficient water can be brought out at this point to supply this city for many years. Good congregations greeted Capt. J. S. Skinner and Rev. W. W. Welsh and listened eagerly to their vigorous pre sentation of "New-Church" theology. This Sunday morning lecture course will be continued by Rev. Mr. Savory in Grand opera house hall, the next sub ject being The Mountain Pattern Ulti mated. The Lorra : ne Hollis company is booked nt the opera house for Novem ber 24th—Thanksgiving day. Two per formances will be given, afternoon and evening. In the afternoon Forget Me Not will be given and in the evening Gloriana. Seats on sale Monday morn ing at 10 o'clock at Suesserott's. Mr. Furlong returned yesterday from Honolulu, where he has been for the past two yeats. fle reports business quiet on the islands, but that things are looking up some. The Pasadena people are all well and doing nicely, but a number are expecting to return in the Bpring. The death of Mr. J. W. Polley, one of Pasadena's most respected citizens, oc curred at 11 :.'!0 this morning at hiß resi dence on South Moline avenue. The deceased has been in poor health for some time past. His death is a sad blow to the family and his many friends in this city. He leaves two sons and one daughter, who have the sympathy of their many friends in this sad hour. The arrangements for the funeral serv ices have not been completed but will be announced later. REDONDO. An Old Man Found Dead In Bed—Ship- pins; Notes. Redondo Beach, Nov. IS,—George Leavett, aged 00 years, residing in North Redondo, was found dead in bed at 7 o'clock this morning by hia neighbor, Mr. Carmichael. Coroner Weldon, having arrived, sum moned a jury, who at 12:o0 p. m. ren dered a verdict of death from natural causes, probably heart failure. The fishermen are doing pretty well these days. Billy Price made a grand haul yesterday of 2700 pounds, moßtly smelt, and yesterday Shorty Edwards drew in 900 pounds of splendid surf fish in front of the pebbly beach. Fisher man Harrieon (now Judge Harrison) to day landed a dozen very large rock cod, weighing from (i to 10 pounds apiece. He finds these elegant fish at a distance of about three miles out. The Bteamer Los Angeles, Captain Le land, arrived last evening at ti o'clock landing 75 tonß merchandise and 15 pas sengers, and proceeded south at 10:15 p. m. She returns to Redondo today at 5 p. m., and will ship from thia oort 115 tone grain and merchandise and a large paesenger list for San Francisco. The Los Angelea will get away for the north about two hours behind schedule t'me this evening, in consequence of the heavy consignments of grain and mer chandise to go aboard. The steamer Alex. Duncan, Captain Harrison, came to her berth at thie port at 11 o'clock a. m. today, landing 35 tons merchandise, and sped away for San Diego at 1 o'clock p. m. Superintendent Ferry of Redondo wharf was notified by wire of (he arrival at midnight of the eteamship Santa Rosa, with 185 tonß merchandise and 25 passengers for Redondo. Through the courtesy of Commander J. M. Lane, your correspondent this morning had the pleasure of a visit on board the barkentiue Cleaner, now about ready to clear for the north Tbe (ileaner is a new veesel five or cix months in commission. Her appoint ments down beiow are very complete, her berths, mess rooms and culinary rooms are finished in fjrat-class style with redwooti paneling and nickel plate mounting. She will compare favorably with many steamships on this coast. Arrivals at Hotel Redondo : Mrs. Rena Williamson, S. S. Stevens, Geo J. Ains worth, Mrs. G. J. Ainsworth, Lawrence Ainsworth,Los Angeles ; Joseph Walker, Wm. C. Walker, Chas. A. Walker, Ray Walker, Bert Walker. Salt Lake City. Arrivals at Ocean View house are J. Peters, Jno. O. Banks, Los Angeles; W. M. Henchman, Menlo Park; J. S. Hays, A. E. Johnson, Salem; P. J. Kramer. P. Benton, Oakland; Jas. H. Davis, Chicago. SANTA ANA. Anahelm's Sugar Factory Assured—News Notes. Santa Ana, Nov. 18. —A number of newspapers in Southern California have been publishing lengthy accounts of the Anaheim sugar beet factory having fallen through on account of the election of Urover CleveJand to the presidency of the United States. Today your corre spondent interviewed the directors of the company and is pleased to say that the different papers were either mis taken or published that which they knew to be false. A meeting has been called by the directors for December 10th, to vote on a proposition to issue bonds and immediately commence the construction of the necessary buildings. The directors have 1000 acres signed on deed for the raising of beets, while l .'OO acrc-s are hetng put into con dition to be signed. The Sterns Kancho company have (riven their promise of 500 acres, which will make 3l)o acrea in excess of the amount to be guaranteed. Today while in Anaheim a HERALD cor respondent aßked Mr. Pie/, James, a di rector and cashier of the Anaheim bank, if their euyar factory was a failure, and received the following reply: "Our fac tor}' was never in a healthier condition, and it will lie pushed through at once and completed. The statement that it is a failure is not true." Mr. A. Rimpau, secretary of the com pany, was next seen, and in answer to the scribe's inquiry in regard to the factory Haiti: "No. fir; our factory i& not a failure, but on the contrary is an assured thing, notwithstanding the mis statements of a number of papers in Southern California that on account of Mr. Cleveland's election we would he compelled to drop the mattei at once. We will undoubtedly commence tfie construction of the building proper tbe Every one gives it the htfheft praise. H Grade),druggist, Walnut nnd Allison streets Cincinnati. <>~ says this of his trade "I sell my share of Dr Bull's Couish Syrup and ray cus tomers that have used this preparation speak of it in the highest terms." LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1892. Dr. J. E. Young is reported very sick. The suoervisors visited the Balsa drainage ditch in a body yesterday to inspect the work. The Lucas county (Iowa) people will hold a picnic tomorrow at 10 o'clock at the Westminster school house. The choirs of the different churches will meet tomorrow night at Congrega tional hall to practice for the Thanks giving services. On account of a cave-in on the upper ditch the Olive flour mill has been com pelled to use its steam power for the past few days while the necessary re pairs are being made. Great Success uf the Carnival—Local Affairs. Pomona, Nov. 18. —At a meeting of stockholders of the Pomona Gas and Electric Light company, held in the sec retary's office yesterday, H. 0. Hough ton of San Francisco was re-elected pres ident. Fred J. Smith of this city contin ues as vice-president and Mr. H. S. Fin ney follows suit ac secretary, treasurer and general manager. At the carnival, last evening, seated around the four Bides of Armory Opera house, were an eager, expectant people, impatient to,view the hoßt of maidens fair that were to come trooping forth, going through the maze of tbe grand march in their assumed characteis of Fiction and History. Shortly after 8 o'clock the curtain rose, and Professor Thompson stepped upon the Btage and began playing a march; the double doors upon the aide swung open and the rustling of paper dresses were heard and tbe march had begun. The carnival has been pronounced a success, tbiejgevening'e repetition attest ing to that fact, the programme being carried out as follows: The grand march, cast of historical characters and favorite flowers, as noted in the morning's Po moDa column of the Herald. The rendition cf the Gypsy's Warning followed, with the followingcaet: Gypsy, Miss Means; bride, Miss E. Griffin; lover, Mr. John Loop. The burlesque upon the poem Young Lochinvar waa read by Mr. Dowling, and was acted by father, Mr. Walter Lewis ; mother, Mrs. Dr. Garcelon ; bride, Miss Edith Giffin ; bridegroom, Sir. Harry Howland; Loch invar, Mr. John Loop; bridesmaids, groomsmen, etc. Two live donkeys upon the stage caused bursts of laughter; and the Humaniphone, ac follows: C, Miss Buffington; D, Miss Eellp ; E, Misa Ford ;F, Miss Johnson ; G, Miss Paul; A, Miss Rose; B, Mra. Garcelon ; C. Miss Padgham, waa well received. aspect. Mr. Geo. A. Carter is a busy man these days hustling for the postoffice. Sears & Fobs' painter, Mr. Ely, has turned out a handsome wagon for the Chino market, which was made by the above firm. Mrs. .1. P. Baurngfirtner, wife of Editor Baumgartner, and Mrs. Palmer oi River side, were in attendance at the paper carnival last evening. The ladies are the guests of Mra. W. D. Morton. Agent Vincent of the Santa Fe com pany says that there are many rcnre ar rivals of new comers from the east than at thia eeaeon in several years. FIB8T NATIONAL BANK of Pomona, O. Beaver, president: Stoddard Jess, cashier. Capi t r paid up, $100,000; a general banting busi ness transacted. 01.n PAPERS for sale at Tun Herald office. ADVKRTI3K in the columns of The Herald. SUPERVISORIAL TICKET. Supervisor, Fourth District. iT.B< IBlTh. ! r y « s c a n I 1 35 4 9 I 1« 18 13 0 7 9 1 Hi Q a 3 a ? to 17 30 41 55 12 S5 44 54 «7 77 50 22 na, 75 «9 72 10G 117 05 70 l?0 27 67 28 34 25 ■l:i M 124 17(iO Clearwator. . Kallnna Cerrltos t'omutou Catnllus . liownty, So 1 Ijowney, No. 'i Lot'tc B aoli Norwalk RedoPdQ .-milti M'luictti No, 1. Han Vii-i-iiiii SaoU Mncilira, No. 'i Wilmliiutou Natlontil, So. 1 Nntioimli No. 2 National No. J . National, No. 4 Pico )l-ii;liu Kofcl'ttiiltt Ar(vla Kiiu-rpiise Fl'irenre KriiHIntul liy.inivrlt BiiwKnl Hmi 1'idro, No. 1 Veruoit Unlvewhy i\ Jβ 17 H9 13 2;-i 50 25 31 10 5 ir> n> H ft s fl 41 57 1H 47 3i I* SO 41 B1 12 CO •Z.i 52 8 70 74 29 U 114 Bβ Sβ 7.i 7i 31 20 «i» 3H 70 :i7 'In .M M Sβ •I'd Ki 117 ' 1441 3 I 2 4 1 G 7 I 0 7 4 1 Total r'.j 750 BUprrvlnor, iftr. DiUrict. vatciNCTa. ft >■ •9 ft I -S s ■ m B it* 27 l>7 Dβ c, • :m •jo 117 110 71) 1|4I I'll! 121 Mr. lp i:w m 22 M SO uti IUOO on I :u 32 U (II 52 i)B 2* 1)4 40 2'S as 112 102 71 l-.'-i: 41) 41) t>3 ft« 58 50 BQ 20 14 Oβ 1464 DolSi.r AOton .. . .. CiillLl.ftSIlS niiii Kcncaii'ln J (iuth H»«iii1inii... North 1'HSU'It: i: a Murbdik '.I ndkie .,. Ourviit'Zil ... I. II ' 'lifl'tdlt I'. !i:rlult I.. A. KO 1 . L. A No 2 !• A.Ni). :i I . A. No. 4 I L. A No R t> A . No. !l L. A. No. 10 I.A.Nn II .. . L. A. No. 13 U A No. lit . l.KuraetiT Lft' W'ilsllilll . l.ii U.bru Newhill •J (II «' I- •J ■ :t:. 3 2.1 IS 0 1 i i ■J J 11 19 g uo :u, u Bβ HO •i:t 89 ): ■I"> :ta 83 !i7 B h 10 5H0 4 1 I B "b 1«8 Tot«l . . I last of next month, and will be turning oat sugar some time next year." BREVITIES. Miss Inez Roberts of Los Angeles is visiting her parents in Santa Ana. Dr. A. Davis, an old-time friend of L. Sleeper and W. B. Hervey of this city, is in town, from Fayetteville, Ark. Mr. Davis is well pleased with our valley, and informed a Hebald representative that a number of his friends would ar rive soon to make this city their future home. Santa Ana will send a large delegation to Anaheim on Monday night to help that city ratify the Democratic victory. The bridge over the Santa Ana river, between this city and Anaheim, is to he repaired, much to the satisfaction of all persons who are compelled to travel from one town to the other. The Y. P. 8. C. E. will hold a 2 cent social at the residence of J. A. Turner, on Main street. POMONA. NOTEB. The stores Ere putting on theirlioliday Pomona Briefs. LEGISLATIVE TICKET. Thirty-seventh Senatorial District. p 5 ] m b 00 « o o 3 I cr 00 !* y I 3 Sixteenth .->eventeenth. Eighteenth Nineteenth Twentieth Twenty-flrst Twenty-second Twenty-third Twentyfourth Twenty-fifth Twenty blxth Tweii'y-seveuth .. Twenty eighth Iwen'y-uinh i hinieth Thlny-flnt Thin j'-second Thlriy-third Thlrtv-tt.urth Thirty-fifth Thirtj -sixth Thiriy-'eveuth i nirty eighth Thirty-ninth Fortieth Forty first F ri v second Forty-third Forty-fourth ....... For I y-fifth IV Hi HI 13. Total | Seventieth Assembly District. FintMN. n o a o 5 O P ► H CD f* y y S, w 3 o w O 3 W nuueuga Hlli II-I , 1 nlmmile. cton a Ltebra el *ur ewhall .1.1,.... alaoasaa in Vicente atlonal No. 1 ational No. 2 ational No. 3 ationa No 4 ico Heights itnta Monica No. 1 nun Monica No. 2 ionte Vista linker-him an Fernando uib.nk arvanza lendiile a Canada .rll. U., . ,1 .... ., ortn Pasadena assdena No 1 " 2 •' •' 3 • •• 4 .... " "5... " 6... . To'nl« I 311 Seventy-first Assembly District. 55 B o 1 ti (S ft C •■a ■ 9 4 ■ p 5" I Precincts. iOrosDurg padra omona. No 1 'oinoaa, No. 2 'omona, No. 3 'omona, No. 4 izu'a tlendora CI Monto tonrovla ! >uarte .amanda lerra Madre an Gabriel Llhambra ; out!i Pasadena tow land •ovum Vhittier Uvera Total [ 1152 Seventy-second Assembly District. PRECINCTS. «— 1 Ok w •< a CA y ioreute 'errton towney, No. 1 lowne,, No. 2 rtesia i ul'land 'earwater forwalk ompton Inierpase >d ndo lOnit Beach erritoB Vilmington an Pedro, No. 1 au Pedio, No. 2 ritalina lallena [yde Park iniverclly ioedale toward Total I 1O04 11 Seventy-third Assembly District. b o D O S a i 9 s ii o a —i r y y PRECINCTS. 'lr«t. econd 'bird 'ourtb 'ifth lxth ev.nth Iightb. liuth 'enth Jlevrnth 'welfth 'hirteenth ourteenth lfteeuth Tol al I Seventy-fourth Assembly District. PJEC1NCT8. u M B a H t° 0) O 4 A 3 a 5* r* O a H a ■ ,hV.'.'.'.'.'.'.'... i i it.'.'.'.'..... .. OUi ird unh th tth venth <hth ath Total 51 A Valuable Kemedy. Tt rand ret d'B Pills purify the Blood, stimu late the Liver, strengthen the Kidneys, regu late the Bowels. They were introduced in tho united sta'es in IMBS. Since that time over (i0.u00.000 of boxes of Bkandrbth's Pills have been used. This, toguth- r with thousands of convincing testimonials from all p*rls of me world, is pos itive evidence of their value. Bran mirth's PiLLsa c purely vegetable, ab solutely harmless and safe lo take at any time. Drink John Wieland or Fredericksburg lager beer, on tap at all flrst-claag places. PRESIDENTIAL AND CONGRESSIONAL. PRE3IDBNTIAL ELECTORS—CITY. CONGRESSIONAL—CITY. PRECINCTS. First second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh highth Ninth Tenth Eleventh Twelfth Thirteenth Fourteenth Fifteenth •ixteenth Seventeenth Eighteenth.., Nineteenth. * Twentieth Twenty first Twenty-second Twenty-third Twenty fou th Twentv Tilth Twenty-sixth Twenty-seventh. Twemy-einhth Twenty-ninth Thirtieth Thirty first Thlny-second Thirty-third Thirty-fourth Thirth fifth Thtrtv-slxth Thl'ty-se enth Thirty eighth Thlrtv-niuih Fortieth Forty-first, Forty-second Forty-third Forty- fourth FortT-flfth I 73 57 90 93 131 90 70 71 105 150 108 141 179 103 151 75 84 102 85 101 49 97 ISA 87 100 121 04 132 109 104 85 100 11 I 92 71 91 78 119 79 88 70 78 127 102 IS t V a a- K 8 3 M 3 3" <7 O 3 IV O an m f» i r B * • o : s o 11 . « ft 0« tf srg 11 4 »00 5 105 .105 8,96V THE VOH iN THK COUNTRY*. ACIt'Ll Allium bra Artesia AzU'a Rallnna lluib'nlc (tntiuenga ( ' ■llilkl-HS Ca ii ; ina L'errlus Clearwater Compton I'oviua Del Sur Downey, No. 1 Duwni y, No. 2 Duarie al Monte I'nierprlse Florence Prnllland (litrvauza (Meodale lllendora. llowaid Hjde l'arlt La Canada La i.ieore 1 auia'ida 1. H I SI. T Lankershim Long Beach Lords'Urg Monrovia Monte Vista National, No 1 National, No. 2 tsatiunal, Nr. 3 National, No 4 Newhall North Pasadena Norwalk ib<: 1 Palmdale Pasadena, No. 1 Pasadena, No 2 Pus dena, No. 3 Pasadena, N .4 Pa-adena, No. 5 Pasadena, No 6 I'i,. . Ualnhl. San an Pic i Heights Pomona, No. 1 Pomona, No 2 Pomona No 3 Pomona, No 4 Kedondo Rivera Kosi-dale Kowi»nd San Fernando "on Gabriel San Pedro, No. 1 an Pedro, No. 2 Santa Monica, No. 1 -anla Moulca, No. 2 San Vicente t-lerra Madre i-outh Pasadena fnadra University Vernon.... ; Wl.ittlcr Wilmington 114 1 3 58 43 81 83 5s 89 61 67 47 29 37 37 79 109 88 67 36 41 34 32 8 14 17 0 21 2 ' "jj 4 14 1 4 18 3 2H 10 49 3 1 3 1 16 1 10 38 4 27 12 34 1 111 123 114 85 4: 4 3£ 81 s: :t: . r i- 9i IS is i: a ,5 s II 3 18 ■1 ■ 1 *0 - 82 > 22 33 I !<0 : 46 I 76 I 71 ! 142 I 58 : ~3iii3~ Total 5108 1510 973 601 i '-'943 T<VO CITY JUSTICES. rwp. 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Tot'l |: Supervisor Second District. H S 5 p d 3= I a Q to *Q s p n -1 0 IB ■ * wen> <mn •ix h eveuth rmirteenth ••;f eeulll itx oeuth — ■cvnteeuth Eighteenth Hlneteeuth • wen'ieth [■wcnty-flrat rwenty-aerond rwenty-thiid rwenty-fourth l'wenty.flfih rweniy-slxh rwenty-neventy rwenty-elgh'h rwenty-ninth ToUi.. JC4TTCKS AND CONSTA HI.X«. I ' Seventy-firth Assembly District. ■ ? J9 CP a IV *t a no I a a a M o (P ? y y Thirty-flint Thlrly-serond Thirty-third Thirty fourth. . Thirty-fifth Thirty-sixth Tliltty-suveuth Thlrtv-elghth Thirty-ninth Fortieth Foity-flrsi Forty-'econd Forty-third Forty-fourth Forty fifth Total Every traveler should carry a box Of Terr's Pills.