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Clerks —G. A. Winer, A. G. Croner.
Lamanda Voting Precinct—At Judge Vander
inspectors—J. W. Calvert, J. B. Wilson.
Judges—E. H. Royce.C. D. Curtis.
Clerks—G. W. Vosberg. A. Heslope.
hierra Madre Voting Precinct—At school
Inspectors-W. W. Copps, W. B. Crisp.
Judges—A. I). Hawks, C. N. Miner.
Clerks—W. F. Miller, L. E. Steinberger.
CITY OF PASADENA.
First Voting Precinct—At offlce northeast cor
net of East Colorado street and Little avenue.
Inspectors—Ernest Canfield, Carl A. Johnsen.
Judges—Charles W. Bell, A. Thorns.
Clerks—Henry Newby, H. E. Pratt.
Second Voting Precinct—At Store, No. 7 Fair
Oaks avenue, Williams building.
Inspectors-Calvin Hartwell, C. W. Hines.
Judges—T. H. AUin, W. A. Feazcl.
Clerks—S. H. Doolittlc, L. C. Winston.
Third voting precinct—At Knight, McLean &
Co.'s offlce, North Fair Oaks avenue.
Inspectors—John 8. Cox, A. O. Bristol.
Judges—W. E. Cooley, Charles Grimes.
Clerks—J. £. Buchannan, J. K. Reynolds.
Fourth voting precinct—At Wiley & Greeley's
livery stable,#Vest Colorado street.
Inspectors-W. H. Wiley, W. L. Wotkyns.
Judges—A. H. Conger, H. H. Sherk.
Clerks—H. I. Stuart, Ueo. F. Granger.
Fifth Voting Precinct—At Acme Hotel Block,
f outhwest corner Fair Oaks avenue and Dayton
Inspectors—J. H. Baker, T. C. Lynch.
Judges—R. B. Gahr, Ben. Bamett.
Clerks—Charles W. Swan, C. S. Frost.
Sixth Voting Precinct—At Old City Hall
South Raymond avenue.
Inspectors—W. O. Swan, Jr., James E. Doty.
Judges—W. B. Rowland, B. P. Brockway.
Clerkß—John O. Lowe, W. D. McGllvray.
SAN JO»«! TOWNSHIP.
Claremont Voting Precinct—At School House.
Inspectors—B. H. Fairchllds, G. W. McClarey,
Judges—David Samuels, Chas. H. Wright.
Clerks—Geo E. Ross, Archie Thompson.
Lordsburg Voting Precinct—At Carter's Pio
Inspectors—J. S. Soto, Joseph J. Bayrehorn.
Judges—Solomon Gates, J. W. Tincher.
Clerks—Archie B. Davis, J. M. Overman.
Spadra Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—Charlie M. Wright, J. M. Fryer.
Judges—Charles Dennett, S. E. Arnett.
Clerks—Harry Bates, K. H. Dorsey.
CITY OF POMONA.
*irst Voting Precinct—At Sorby's.
Inspectors—A. R. Meserve, A. W. Burke.
Judges—H. H. Williams, J. K. Dimoud.
Clerks—Harry Meserve, J. Fulton.
Second Voting Precinct—At Central school
Inspectors—P. J. Dreher, B. F. Whitson.
Judges—James Loney, t. R. Garthside.
Clerks—T. C. Thomas, T. P. Bruce.
Third Voting Precinct—At 8. Primary school
Inspectors—Ed Keller, W. L. Brown.
Judges-.!. W. Stringfield, T. D. Holladay.
Clerks—R. I. Hamilton, Len Claiborne.
Fourth Voting Precinct—At City Hall.
Inspectors—James Armour, M. G. Rogers-
Judges—John Gallop, J. E. Crawford.
Clerks—J. H.Todd, Herman Cohen.
Covins Voting Precinct—At Covina Hall.
Inspectors—Joseph Amon, J. H. Adams.
Judges—J. O. Houser, J. L. Madden.
Clerks—Charles E. Bcmis, W. R. Barbour.
Rowland Voting Precinct—At Rowland's
Inspectors—J. W. Hudson, Thomas Row
Judges—George Houghton, J. P. Edwards.
Clerks—John Temple, Wm. Carlisle.
SAN GABRIEL TOWNSHIP.
Alhambra Voting Precinct—At C. T. Adams'
Inspectors—S. L. Page, Geo. W. Lewman,
Judges—H. Olsen, H. L. Wood.
Clerks—Eli Messinger, Earnest McKee.
Knoll's Voting Precinct —At Farmdale school
Inspectors—J. R. Brown, Patricio Abila.
Judges—H. P Mathewsen, John Mackel.
Clerks—Herman Shockow, Robert Harlew.
San Gabriel Voting Precinct—At Isaac Ar-
Inspectors—E. C. Bichowsky, J. Liver. • •
Judges— R. J. Bayley, G. E. Smith.
Clerks—Wm. Mullock, L S. Cooper.
Second Supervisorial District.
LOS ANGELES CITY.
Fifth Voting Precinct—At Northcraft's ware
Inspectors—George W. Hodgeman, W. H.
Judges—H. W. Cowles, Sam Dingerfleld.
Clerks—C. H. Clark, J. ». Matthews.
Sixth Voting Precinct—At Cable house wait
ing room, corner of Chicago avenue and First
Inspect ors—Francis Bates, J. L O'Rryan.
Judges—Charles Cross, I. N. Cochran.
Clerks—C. B. McClure, Chas. W. Lane.
Seventh Voting Precinct—South side of First
street, between Boyle avenue and State street.
Inspectors—Sam. Kutz, F. P. Willoughby.
Judges—Lester Osborne, Joe Workman.
Clerks—C. K. Holloway, AndronlcaSepul
Tenth Voting Precinct—At old cracker fac
tory, corner Aliso street and Aliso Road.
Inspectors—J. J. Carpenter, John .R. Mc-
Judges—J. A. Cline, J. H. Hess.
Clerks—A. H. Wesener, N. M. Quirolo.
Eleventh Voting Precinct—At corner Arcadia
street and Sanchez alley.
Inspectors—A. T. Palmer, Gus Graham.
Judges—Oscar Macy, Sidney J. Doster.
Clerks—Henry Wormlight, Chas. Bennett.
Twelfth Voting Precinct—At 225 Wilmington
Inspectors—Walter Jackson, M. Stack.
Judges—Oscar Grubb, J. Fleischman.
Clerks—F. Phelfenberger, Tony Mesincr.
Thirteenth Voting Precinct—At northeast
corner Wilmington and Jackson streets.
Inspectors—W. B. Tullis, Sam Moran.
Judges—John Flood, R. Molony.
Clerks—W. H. Hughes, Bam Gerson.
Fourteenth Voting Precinct—At Hook and
Ladder House on Aliso street.
Inspectors—W. H. Alexander, P. Stoll.
Judges—G. P' Wolfran, Henry King.
Clerks—Frank Lewis, I. Vanater.
Fifteenth Voting Precinct—At No. 426 Vlgnes
Inspectors—John Burgster, Thos. Smith.
Judges—H. Krumdlck, L. Escallier.
Clerks—James Col well, G. 8. Maben.
Sixteenth Voting Precinct—At Collins stables.
Inspectors—P. A. Lynn, E. J. Conroy.
Judges—Wm. Gllse, Geo. Booth.
Clerks—George T. Morey, J. Mclnerny.
Seventeenth Voting Precinct—At No. 200 S."
Los Angeles street.
Inspectors—O. B. Phillips, A. A. Adams.
Ji&dges—P. B. Anderson, Louis Roeder.
Clejks—Peter Flemining, James Cussen.
Eighteenth Voting Precinct—At corner ot
Rose and pavis streets.
Inspectors—R. Bell, L. G. Goad.
Judges—J. S. Hlchham, R. N. Walters.
Clerks—W. H. Stombs, John Hsuerwasser.
Nineteenth Voting Preclnct-At corner Seventh
and Wairen streets.
Lord, J. Hooker.
Judges—J. P. Wanvlg, Chas. Hetz.
Clerks—H, C. Vlgnes, D. F. Richards.
Twentieth Voting Precinct—Drug store N. W.
corner Fifth and Wall.
Inspectors—A. O. Adams, A. J. Lennox.
Judges—H. H. Spencer, J. W. Wilson.
Clerks—A. B. Phillips, Henry Chevalier.
Twenty-first Voting Precinct—S. W. corner
Fifth and Regent streets.
Inspectors—R. B Russell, Dan Morlurty.
Judges— H. E. Storrs, 1, J. Donovan.
Clerks—B. 8. Cox, Frank Weltzel.
Twenty-second Voting Precinct—Southeast
corner Fifth and San Pedro streets.
Inspectors—John Mcllmoil, Wm. Walker..
Judges—John Goldsworthy, Johns. Benedict.
Clerks—W. W. James, Chas Rowley.
Twenty-third Voting Precinct—At Dalton's
■Hall, northwest corner Washington street and
Inspectors—James Briges, A. J. Cooper.
Judges—C. H. Clifford, J. M. Butler.
.Clerks—John B. Haas, WiUls Humphreys.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1890.
Twenty-fourth Voting Precinct—At De Cells
Block, corner of Fifteenth and Main streets,
Inspectors—J. Marchant. Wm. Chamberlain.
Judges—C. R. Edwards, P. J. McMahan.
Clerks—W. R. Wolfe, Albert Rimpau,
Twenty-fifth Voting Precinct—At Planing
Mill, east side of Main street, south of Wash
Inspectors—J. S. Van Doren, W. H. Kuhl
Judges—Frank Lanterman, Larkin Snodgrass.
Clerks—C. A. Baskerville, H. Weber.
Third Supervisorial District.
I.OS ANGELES CITY.
Twenty-sixth Voting; Precinct—At Htore of
John Maskel, southeast corner of Main and
Inspectors—Thomas A. Lewis, John Osborne.
Judges—J. R. Umsted, J. W. Pattlllo.
Clerks—John Coffin, John Mascal.
Twenty-seventh Voting Precinct—At Wal
dron's stables, Washington street,
Inspectors—R. L. Hortoo, A. N. Nelle.
Judges—William 11. Allen, F. J. Capitan.
Clerks—W. T. S. Hammond, J. D. Longstreet.
Twenty-eighth Voting Precinct—At south
west corner of Main and Fifteenth streets.
inspectors—E. M, Shipman, F. C. Wolf,
Judges— S. A. Thomas, F. L. Ries.
Clerks—W. A. Barker, J. Hanlon.
Twenty-ninth Voting Precinct—At J. H. Al
dersen's stables, corner of Pearl and Pico
Inspectors—l. R. Dunkelbcrger, V. Ponet.
Judges—J. H. Book, W. R. Whithorne.
Clerks—S. O. Richardson, J. A. Armstrong.
Thirtieth Voting Precinct—At No, 1203 south
Inspectors—W. H. Rhodes, J. H. Armstrong.
Judges—J. A. L. Whitny, J. Shirley.
Clerks—Joseph Whitehorn, I. Laventhal.
Thirty-first Voting Precinct—At southeast
comer of Seventh and Hill streets.
Inspectors—Geo. Williamson, C. Jacoby.
Judges—J. J. Walsh, I. Norton.
Clerks—H. P. Lantz, H. S. Baer.
Thirty-second Voting Precinct—At LeLong
Block, Spring street, south of Fifth street.
Inspectors—Geo. 11. Pike, Ross Hanna.
Judges—l. C. Girard, W. R. Lewis.
Clerks—R. H. Farquhar, W. F. Heathman.
Thirty-third Voting Precinct—At brick block,
corner of Spring street and Fourth street, in
store fronting on Spring street, just south of
Inspectors—Charles R. Johnson, H. Eager.
Judges —Robert M. Alexander. C. Behrendt.
Clerks—T. M. Canfield, J. Davidson.
Thirty-fourth Voting Precinct—At office of
Eureka Livery Stables, on Fifth street.
Inspectors—Wm. Ferguson, G. W. Miller.
Judges—Geo. R. Shatto, C. 8. Vance.
Clerks —Charles McNalley, Thomas Cassi
Thirty-fifth Voting Precinct—At Police Sta
Inspectors—Frank Young, M. Morris.
Judges—E. H. Lamme, J. King.
Clerks —E. B. Cushman, G. W. Burton.
Thirty-sixth Voting Precinct—At Stanton &
Inspectors—Frank Walker, R. S. Woodside.
Judges—H. T. Newell, W. R. Jeffries.
Clerks—H. W. Stoll, I. B. Dockweiler.
Thirty-seventh Voting Precinct—At Maj. To
ler's house, corner of Second street and Bunker
Inspectors—Henry M. West, R. C. Guirado.
Judges—John L. Slaughter, W. H. Toler.
Clerks—J. M. Gulun, D. Felix.
Thirty-eighth Voting Precinct—At office of
Woolen Mills, Pearl street.
Inspectors—J. B. Newton, A. A. Blake.
Judges—Albert McFarland, C. M. Baker.
Clerks—Arthur Bray, John A. Russ.
Thirty-ninth Voting Preoinct—At 222 Frank
Inspectors—D. D. Parten, E. A. Preuss.
Judges—M. 11. McNamara, W. H. Davis. ■
Clerks—E. W. Kensey, John Schumacher.
Fortieth Voting Precinct—At comer Graud
avenue and Temple street.
Inspectors—Frank A. Gibson, F. Linde.
Judges—T. F. Smith, 0. W. Duffy.
Clerks—George A. Atwood, Joseph Mansfield.
Forty-first Voting Precinct—At 916 Temple
Inspectors—J. 11. Lyons, Henry S. Seward.
Judges—Frank E. Martin, A. Davis.
Clerks—C. S. Hawley, W. Bowers.
Forty-second Voting Precinct—At southwest
corner Temple street and Belmont avenue.
Inspectors—A. H. Merwin, John Clark.
Judges—Charles W. Seaman, J. T. Sheward.
Clerks—W. E. Beeson, F. B. Colver.
Fourth Supervisorial District.
La Ballona Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—J. Saenz, Anderson Rose.
Judges—J. O. Lamb, Santos Valdez.
Clerks—F. A. Seavey, J. D. Machado.
Centinela Voting Precinct—At Land Compa
Inspectors—Wm. Kelso, P. C. Alexander.
Judges Thompsen, Eugene Torrey.
Clerks—Joseph Clark, Robinson.
La Dow Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—J. P. McGue, Stephen La Dow.
Judges—R. D. List, P. McAnamy.
Clerks—R. D. Young, M. Green.
Electric Voting Precinct—At Henderson's
grocery store, near the corner of D and
Inspectors—F. W. Vandenberg, Thomas
Judges—Wm. Witherow, James Guess.
Clerks—Hallow Gilbert, Harry J. McElroy.
Rosedale Voting Precinct—At N. W. corner of
New Hampshire and Washington streets.
Inspectors—F. 8". Words, W. T. Jorden.
Judges—William Kelso, Charles Trinkener.
Clerks—D. J. Cooper, P. F. Gibbons.
University Voting Precinct—At Lloyd's office,
in Wesley avenue.
Inspectors—(J. D. Barron, J. W. Skelton.
Judges—Frank R. Slaughter.Wlll Webber.
Clerks—Charles Bradshaw, George Drydcn.
Calabasas Voting Precinct—At school house
Inspectors—S. E. Douglass, J. C. I jams.
| Judges—Grannis, Harvey Branscombe.
Clerks—E. Arnold, John Carmichael.
Los Virgines Voting Precinct—At school
Inspectors—G. Kleeman, B. Botiller.
Judges—Chapman, Frank Reyes.
Clerks—R. Hollman, George Russell.
Lugo Voting Precinct-At George Hind's ranch
Inspectors—J. J. Morton, —' .
Judges—J. B. Langston, Hames Abbott.
Clerks—Wm. Tarr, T. M. Neece.
Enterprise Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—Henry Haskins, Omri Bullis.
Judges—John Murphy, J. A. Nichols.
Clerks—Henry Kelsey, W. H.Craig.
Redondo Voting Precinct—At house of George
Inspectors—John G. Goiper, James T. Dunn.
Judges—J. F. Hawk, 8. K. Woodward.
Clerks-J. M. Hardwick, Geo. P. King.
Compton Voting Precinct—At Bentley's offlce.
Inspectors—C. S. Fisher, E. E. Stevens.
Judges—W. H. Carpenter, H. C. Carson.
Clerks—George H. Marsden, W. I. Stevens.
Catalina Voting Precinct—At Hotel Metro
Inspectors—Alonzo Wheeler, A. W. McDon
Judges—E. J. Whitney, Seaton Eddy.
Clerks—Wm. M. Hunt, John Matter.
Cahuenga Voting Precinct—At Schoolhouse.
Inspectors—J. L. Plummer, Dennis Sullivan.
Judges—Schuyler Cole, J. B. Rapp.
Clerks—G. T. Gower, HenrvT. Classen.
Monte Vista Voting Precinct—At Laurel
Inspectors—M. W. Sinnott, Charles Yager.
Judges—Patrick Hlggins, P. T Durfee.
Clerks—William Cottle, Eugene W. Eurtz.
Chautauqua Voting Precinct—At Old "Com
Inspectors—C. W. Henry, E. P. Maxi y
Judges—S. Longstreet, J. M Brace well
Clerks—Lem BvuSison, H. V. B. Uibt
Artesia Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—John F. Branch, M. C. Hunger
Judges—John Gillespie, J. E. Courtney.
Clerks—Levi Casse, George Frampton.
Clearwater Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors Blakeslee, Benj. Walker.
Judges—J.W. Babcock, Daniel Lane.
Clerks—J. H. Miller,B. N. Jennings.
Downey Voting Precinct—At Central hotel.
Inspectors—Nelson Carr, J. W. Vcnable.
Judges-S. C. Ruddlck, William Carruthers.
Clerks—Joseph Bmlth, J. M. Pitts.
Norwalk Voting Precinct—At Norwalk Hull.
Inspectors—J. V. Dilley, T. S. Sackett.
Judges—W' B. PendletOß, L. W. Houghton.
Clerks—S. G. Baker, Doc. Settle.
LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP.
CerritoB Voting Precinct—At Signal school
Inspectors—Charles E. . Mitchell, Andrew
Judges—Charles H.Thornburg, Milton Brown.
Clerks—Byron Lyster, Richard J. Reeves.
Long Beach Voting Precinct—At Brodersen
Inspectors—E. E. Denio, W. S. Snell.
Judges—J. C. Dunn, L. A. Bailey.
Clerks—E. Lockett, Wm 8. Clark.
LOS NIETOS TOWNSHIP.
Los Nletos Voting Precinct—At school
Inspectors—S. It. Gunn, E. Poyoreno.
Judges—A. C. Hazard, Geo. Cole.
Clerks—Fred Hazard, John Martin.
Whittler Voting Precinct—ln Session's build
Inspectors—A. J. Coryell, W. E. Savage.
Judges—Cyrus Way, George Isbell. .„'
Clerks—Geo. L. Hazard, J. R. Downcs.
Rivera Voting Precinct—At Bone's office.
Inspectors—J. Dorman, I. H. Burke.
Judges—S. M. Burke, P. G. McGough.
Clerks—Jameß Barton, Albert Montgomery.
SAN ANTONIO TOWNSHIP.
Florence Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—James Clark, J. Poor.
Judges—M. Stone, Frank Jamason.
Clerks—James Clemonts, A. M. Lugo.
Frultland Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—O. G. Weuger, William Angell.
Judges—J. W. Batcheller, Ben Colling.
Clerks—Willard Bassett, J. G Bell.
Sau Antonio Voting Preclact—At school
Inspectors—J. M. Clark, Charles Foster.
Judges—M. Stone, Frank Jamison.
Clerks—James Clements, John C. Shirley.
Vernon Voting Precinct—At Vernon school
Inspectors—lsaac Draper, Peter Young.
Judges—Sam. McKinly, J. B. Brewer.
Clerks—S. T. Depencler. James Mackenzie.
SANTA MONICA TOWNSHIP.
National Voting Precinct—At Tenth, 20 feet
N. of endof street car line and 20 feet from
western boundary line of Government Reser
Inspectors—Dr. Clawsen, D. B. Gray.
Judges Richter, W. H. Pratt.
Clerks—T. Chambers, J. Munsen.
San Vicente Voting Precinct—At Griminger's
Inspectors—lsaac Johnson, Marion Decker. 1
Judges—Pasqual Marquez, Emil Noravina.
Clerks—N, Southmayd, Keith C. Newton.
Santa Monica Voting Precinct—At Engine
Inspectors—W. S. Vawter, L. G. Glroux.
Judges—M. B. Boyce, F. R. Ellis.
Clerks—W. W. Walker, C. H. Thomas.
San Pedro Voting Precinct—At office of N. 0.
Anderson, on Beacon, near Sixth street.
Inspectors—D. R*. Clay, Jasper Woodward
Judges—F. J. Ribble, Richard Hlllver.
Clerks—B. C. Sweet, Robert C. Munroe.
Wilmington Voting Precinct—At Green's
Inspectors—Francis Ferrier, F. M. Buster.
Judges—Samuel Weston, H. C. Bailey.
Clerks—Frans C. Carey, J. J. Watson.
Fifth Supervisorial District.
Fairmont Voting Precinct—At Guthrie's store,
inspectors—J. W. Spencer, E. B. Turpin.
Judges—R A. Guthrie, J. Thompson.
Clerks—W. B. Pierce, H.Scheel,
Espcranza Voting Precinct—At Del Sur school
Inspectors—E. D. Rand, Wm. Ohlson.
Judges—Geo. It. Smith, J. C. Hanna.
Clerks—ll. H. Kingsbury, Jr., C. E. J. White.
La Liebre Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—W. E. Upright, S. M. Hughes.
Judges—J. B. Murriss, F.N. Shiptou.
Clerks—E. M. Oilman, J. M. Gentry.
Elizabeth Lake Voting Precinct—At school
Inspectors—John De Cells, Frank Freakes.
Judges—Jose M. Andrada, James Hefner, Sr.
Clerks—Walter Maxwell, Louis Mayet,
LOS ANGELES TOWNSHIP.
Burbank Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—W. W. Slocumb, C. Maag.
Judges—A. C. Bufflngton, August Fischer.
Clerks—A. M. Watson, Wm. Russell.
Giendaie Voting Precinct—Los Angeles &
Giendaie R. R. depot.
Inspectors—J F. Dunsmoor, H. M. Mitchell,
Judges—E. T. Byram, E. L. Prior.
Clerkß—E. L. French, W. W. Whitney.
Garvanza Voting Precinct—At P. E. King's
Inspectors—Lea Courtney, F. P. Hardie.
Judges—P. D. Gridley, L. M. Corwtn.
Clerks C. M.|Jay, G. S. Bartholomew.
La Canyada Voting Precinct—At McArthur's
Meat Market, La Canyada.
Inspectors—B. Canfield, D. S. Camaglian.
Judges—W. C. White, John Cox.
Clerks—o. T. German, H. Ruthardt.
Tejunga Voting Precinct—At tchool house.
Inspectors—Mr. Allen, Alva Johnson.
Judges—L F. Rowley, Joe Hutchins.
Clerks—J. M. Warner, Leioy Btandcllff.
Lancaster Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—Chas. Davis, Jacob Scherer.
Judges—W. F. Andrada, E. Y. Cammer.
Clerks—S. A. Drummond, James P, Ward.
Acton Voting Precinct—At school house, Ac
Inspectors—R. E. Nickel, L. F. Clark.
Judges—James Robertson, W. E. Jones.
Clerks—John E. Robbins, S. D. Devall.
Lang's Voting Precinct—As Sepulvcda Springs
Inspectors—W. H. Thomas, D. R. Manning.
Judges—J. F. Taylor, T. F. Mitchell
Clerks—Frank F. Smith, J. B, Lang.
Llano Voting Precinct—At John 8. Wilson's
Inspectors—J. S. Wilson, J. H. Carter.
Judges—George H. Blount, L. C. Tilghman.
Clerks—lra Carter, F. E. Schroyer.
Palmdale Voting Precinct—At School house.
Inspectors—Lorenzo D. Garltt, Theodore
Judges—Charles Dunsmoor, John D Speck.
Clerks—Ferdinand Tetzlaft'.H. T. Shirley.
Newhall Voting Precinct—At school house.
Inspectors—JohnT. Glfford, Matt Mccormick.
Judges—J. J. Arnott, Sam Smith.
Clerks—W. E. Hayes, George W. Lcchler.
SAN FERNANDO TOWNSHIP.
Lankershim Voting Precinct—At school
Inspectors—W. H. Andrews. George B, Key.
Judges—Charles Henry, W. M. Gilbert.
Clerks—Thomas Finney, McGirk.
Santa Susana Voting Precinct—At School
Inspectors—Gabriel Allen, S. D. Newbill.
Judges—J. R. Williams, Roman Geremis.
Clerks—L. V. Lovelock, John Montgomery.
San Fernando Voting Precinct—At Opera
Inspectors—A. 0. Hall, J. Harps.
Judges—J. K. Hawks, C, R. Rlnalde.
Clerkß—B. R. Maclay, Glen Wallace.
SOUTH PASADENA TOWNSHIP.
South Pasadena Voting Precinct—At school
Inspectors—Horatio N Rust, George W. Bar
Judges—George Wilson, B. 8. Eaton.
Clerks—Eraest H. Lockwood, C. H. Gardiner.
LOS ANGELES CITY.
First Voting Precinct—At 605 Downey ave
i lisycctors—W. W. Stockwell, B. F. Mauaghan.
1 udgos - Charles Wlckman, J. H. Simpson,
h Tkt>—Robert Pollard, A. Slow.
Second Voting Precinct—At No. 120 N. Sichel
Inspectors—B. H. C. Langworthy, Chris H.
Judges—W. J. Magee, Wm. Gamwell.
Clerks—Sherman Smith, Wm. M. Hughes.
Third Voting Precinct—At Ewiag & Arnold's
office, 518 Downey avenue.
Inspectors—J. W. Arnold, Henry Creclat.
Judges—R. W. Pierce, N. A. McDonald.
Clerks—O. M. Raney, J. A. Brothers.
Fourth Voting Precinct—At McNeil's build
ing, corner of Griffin avenue and Hawkins
Inspectors—J. B. Lawrence, F. M. Nickcll.
Judges—E. Munsey, James Mohan.
Clerks—Frank Cooper, H. Senyour.
Eighth Voting Precinct—At 1454 San Fer
Inspectors—N. R. Maxey, Ole O. Webber.
Judges—C. A. Ketler, John Dugan.
Clerks—E. A. Clough, Arthur Tanner.
Ninth Voting Precinct—At 1108 North Main
Inspectors—W. T. Armstrong. Fred Colby.
Judges—Reese Lewellyn, John F. Wilson.
Clerks—S. Harwood, John Frellnger.
Forty-third Voting Precinct—At corner of
Temple and Buena Vista streets.
Inspectors—J. N. Gregory, Frank Adams.
Judges—John II- Peck, E. G. Taylor,
Clerks—Will A. Burr, A. T Patton.
Forty-fourth Voting Precinct—At 915 Tem
Inspectors—B. W. Spears, D. Mulrein.
Judges—D. F. Dunnegan, W. T. Henry.
Clerks—Harry lies, Michael Miller.
Kor.y-fifth Voting Precinct—At warehouse,
New High street.
Inspectors—T. F. Rico, Godfrey Hargitt.
Judges—R. W. Stuart, M. Marquez.
Clerks—S. Sepulveda, G. G. Hargitt.
Forty-sixth Voting Precinct—At 956 Buena
Vista street, opposite Baker Iron Works.
Inspectors—E. Bouton, A. E. Senseney.
Judges—Thomas Gobs. E. G. Tlce.
Clerks—William Marleau, W. R. Prie<>.
Forty-seventh Voting Precinct—At Engine
hou»c, Temple street.
Inspectors—C. A. Stlllson, Henry L. Pinney.
Judges—D. C. Morrison. D. Innes.
Clerks—S. G. Millard, J. B. Millard.
By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los
Angeles County, California.
J. M. MEREDITH,
oclB 15t County Clerk.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order.
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Corner Ninth and San Pedro Streets.
LUMBER of all classes can be had at this yard,
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Horses, Carriages and Saddle Horses To Let.
All Kinds of Horses Bought and Sold.
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Notice is hereby given that a re-registration
of the above voters t>f Los Angeles county, state
of California, in accordance with section 1,094,
Politlral Code, etseq., and the acts amendatory
thereto, has been ordered by the Board of Super
visors under date of July lith, 1890. Said reg
istration commenced July 28th and will con
tinue eighty-five days from that date. All
voters must tie re-reglstered
By order of the Boards' Los
Angeles county. Cal.
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Los Angeles, Sept. 23, 1890. *
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