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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO 36.
THE RETURNS.
Probability That the County
Has Gone Republican.
PARTIAL COUNT OF THE CITY.
The Latest Returns From Precincts
Iv and Out of Los An
geles City.
Following is a list of the partial returns
of the city and count; up to 2 o'clock
this morning:
I.o* Angela* City*
FIRST PKECINCT.
Democrat-Cleveland 50, Terry 50,
Street 53, O'Melveny 61, Hutton
50, Rowan 61, Parcels 50, White 50, Her
mann 50, Pullis 52, Dupuv 50, Hewitt
52, Levy 50, McCoy 52, Finley SIS.
Republican—Harrison 90, Vandever
90, Darnron 91, Wade 84, Van Dyke 97,
Aguirre 85, Dunsmoor 90, Hamlin 90,
Francis 90, Piatt 88, Kelly 87, Banbury
87, Field 90, Meredith 86, Stafford 89,
Perry 96, Savage 84, Smith 94, Clement
94.
SECOND PRECINCT.
Democratic—Cleveland 66, Terry 64,
Street 67,. O'Melveny 74, Hutton 76,
Kendrick 68, Rowan 69, Parcels 64,
White 66, Herrmann 60, Bullis 67, Dupuy
75, Hewitt 74, Lew 61, McCov 59, Fin
ley 68, Osthoff 62, Violet 04, "Lockwood
67, Crawford 67, Roberts 68, Domin
guez 55.
Republican—Harrison 134. Vandever
136, Darnron 134, Wade 129, Van Dyke
131, Clark 134, Aguirre 128, Dunsmoor
134 Hamlin 186, Francis 136, Flatt 134,
Kelly 116, Banburv 126, Field 134, Mere
dith 131, Stafford 133, Perry 136, Austin
136, Lock wood 133, Savage 131, Smith
130, Clement 133.
THIRD PRECINCT.
Democrat —Cleveland 127, Terry 127,
Street 123, Searlee 126, Bullivan 141,
O'Melveny 132, Hutton 123, Kendrick
139, Rowan 132, Parcells 122, White 127,
Herrmann 126, Bullis 136, Dupuy 122,
Hewitt 124, Lew 122, McCoy 127, Finley
124, Violet 123, Lockwood 124, Crawford
126, Roberts 128, Dominguez 124.
Prohibition—Fisk 4.
American—Curtis.
Republican—Harrison 120, Vandever
122, Darnron 121, Beatty 124, Works 116,
Wade 120. Van Dyke 124, Clark 126,
Aguirre 121, Dunsmoor 125, Hamlin 123,
Francis 124, Piatt 117, Kelly 132, Ban
bury 123, Field 125, Meredith 120, Staf
ford 124, Austin 124, Lockwood 124, Sav
age 122, Smith 119. Clement 125.
FIFTH PRECINCT.
Democrat—Cleveland 63, Terry 62,
Street 61, Searles 65, Sullivan 65, O'Mel
veny 69, Hutton 67, Kendrick 60, Rowan
06, Parcels 59, White 61, Herrmann 63
Bullis 63, Dupuy 68, Hewitt 60, Levy 02,
McCoy 58, Finley 65, Osthoff 61. Violet
54, Lockwood 61, Crawford 62, Roberts
68, Dominguez 50.
Republican—Harrison 53, Vandever
54, Darnron 55, Beatty 53, Works 53,
Wade 49, Van Dyke 51, Clark 56, Aguirre
51, Dunsmoor 59, Hamlin 56, Francis 59,
Piatt 59, Kelly 54, Banbury 58, Field 55,
Meredith 60, Stafford 58, Perry 58, Aus
tin 60, Lockwood 58, Savage 60, Smith
50, Clement '57.
SIXTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—Cleveland 100, Terry 100,
Street 100, Sullivan 100, O'Melveny 101,
Hutton 100, Kendrick 99, Rowan 90, Par
cels 96, White 95, Herrmann 95, Bullis
95, Dupuy 95, Hewitt 103, Lew 92, Mc-
Coy 93, Finley 99, Osthoff 94, Violet 96,
Lockwood 101, Crawford 104, Roberts
100, Dominguez 89.
Republican—Harrison 100, Vandever
100, Darnron 96, Works 99, Wade 99,
Van Dyke 94, Clark 94, Aguirre 100,
Dunsmoor 97, Hamlin 97, Francis 97,
Piatt 104, Kelly 95, Banbury 97, Field
97, Meredith 97, Stafford 90, Perry 98,
Austin 98, Lockwood 98, Savage 97,
Smith 99, Clement 104.
SEVENTH PRECINCT.
Democratic —Cleveland 107, Terry 109,
Street 104, Searles 113, Sullivan 113,
O'Melveny 112, Hutton 114, Kendrick
113, Rowan 105, Parcels 108, White 105,
Herrmann 108, Bullis 107, Dupuy 105,
Hewitt 94, Levy 109, McCoy 90, Finley
105, Osthoff 106, Violet 103, Lockwood
113, Crawford 106, Roberts 109, Domin
guez 88.
Republican—Harrison 63, Vandever
03, Damron 67, Beatty 61, Works
58, Wade 58, Van Dyke 59, Clark
64, Aguirre 65, Dunsmoor 64, Ham
lin 66, Francis 64, Piatt 66, Kelly 65,
Banbury 76, Field 62, Meredith 75, Staf
ford (52, Perry 65, Austin 65, Lockwood
60, Savage 65, Smith 65, Clement 71.
NINTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—C. P. Berry et al. 65,
Reel E. Terry 60, Victor Montgomery —,
Street 00, Niles Searles 60, Jeremiah Sul
livan 60, H. K. S. O'Melveny 04, A W.
Hutton 02, W. T. Kendrick 00, Thomas
E. Rowan 55, H. 8. Parcels 59, C. E. J.
White 00, George Herrmann 69, Omri
Bullis 58, J. R. Dupuy 01, E. E. Hewitt
63, Samuel Levy 01, John L. McCoy 58,
S. H. Finley 64, A. Osthoff 58, Crawford
59, Violet 57, Lockwood 08, Roberts 61,
Dominguez 59.
Republican—Barnes et al. 65,Vandever
65, Damron 68, Beatty 69, Works 69, Van
Dyke 69, Wade 66, Clark 69, Aguirre 73,
Dunsmoor 69, Hamlin 70, Francis 65,Piatt
71, Kelly 68, Banbury 66, Field 67, Mere
dith 70, Stafford 00, Perry 06, Savage 66,
Lockwood 68, Austin 68, Clement 68,
Smith 62.
TENTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—C. P. Berry et al. 38, Reel
B. Terry 38, Victor Montgomery —,
Street 38, Niles Searls 37, Jeremiah Sul
livan 37, H. K. 8. O'Melveny 35, A. W.
Hutton 40, W. T. Kendrick 38, Thomas
E. Rowan 35, H. S. Parcels 40, C. E. J.
White 38, George Herrmann 38, Omri
Bullis 39, J. R. Dupuy 40, E. E. Hewitt
38, Samuel Levy 34, John L. McCoy 38,
8. H. Finley 38, P. Osthoff 30, W. Craw
ford 39, Violet 39, S- B. Lockwood 39, C.
Roberts 38, R. J. Dominguez 37.
Republican—W. H. Barnes et al. 34,
Wm. Vandever 34, J. E. McComas —,
Damron 34, W. H. Beattv 36, John D.
Works 36, Walter Van Dyke 33, Wm. P.
Wade 35, Wm. H. Clark 35, Martin G.
Aguirre 37, 0. H. Dunsmoor 33, W. W.
Hamlin 35, John W. Francis 35, Robert
S. Piatt 34, Frank P. Kelly 32, Jabez
Banbury 30, D. W. Field 38, James M.
Meredith 35, H. F. Stafford 35, Perry
35, T. Savage 33, H. C. Austin 32, W.
C. Lockwood 33, Clement 35, F. C.
Smith 34.
ELEVENTH PRECINCT.
Democratic— Berry et al. 29, Terry 22,
Street 30, Searles 28, Sullivan 29, O'Mel
veny 31, Hutton 30, Kendrick 28, Rowan;
30, Parcels 28, White 28, Herrmann 28.
Bullis 28, Dupuy 30, Hewitt 31, Levy 28,
McCoy 28, Finley 28, Osthoff 28, Craw
ford 28, Violet 27, Lockwood 29, Roberts
31, Dominguez 24.
Republican—Barnes, et al. 35, Vande
ver 35, Darnron 35, Beatty 35, Works 35,
Van Dyke 33, Wade 35,;Clark 35, Aguir
re 33, Dunsmoor 35, Hamlin 35,
Francis 35, Piatt 36, Kelly 33, Banbury
32, Field 35, Meredith 35, Stafford 35,
Perry 34, Savage 37, Austin 35, Lock
wood 35, Clements 37, Smith 33.
THIRTEENTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—Berry etal. 74, Terry 68,
Street 81, Searles 75, Sullivan 71, O'Mel
veny 72, Hutton-72, Kendrick 75, Rowan
72, Parcels 73, White 73, Hermrann 71.
Bullis 72, Dupoy 72, Hewitt 70, Levy 73,
McCoy 71, Finley 74, Osthoff 71, Lock
wood 74, Violet 73, Crawford 84, Roberts
81, Dominguez 74.
Republican—W. H. Barnes et al. 52,
Wm. Vandever 52, J. M. Darnron 54, W.
H. Beatty 52, John D. Works 48, Walter
Van Dyke 52, William P. Wade 52, Wil
liam H. Clark 52, Martin G. Aguirre
50, C. H. Dunsmoor 52, D. W. Hamlin
51, John W. Francis 55, Robert S. Piatt
48, Frank P. Kelly 54, Jabez Banburv
53, D. W. Field 55, James M. Meredith
51, H. F. Stafford 55, Perry 51, Savage
50, Lockwood 74, Austin 53, Clement 55,
Smith 48.
Prohibition—Jobn Bidweli et at 1, J.
G. Miller I, William B. Stradley 1,
Robert Thompson 1, Walter Van Dyke
1, H. K. S. O'Melveny 1, W. T. Kend
rick 1, H. H. Matlock 2, E. E. Keech
1, H. Eno 1, Henry M. Rankin 1, Joseph
M. Glass 1, J. H. Blanchard 1, H. C.
Witmer 1, J. M. Pritle 1, W. H. Ross 1,
E. M. Jessup 1, Sidney 1, Knoch 1,
Green 1, Adams 1, Bows 1, Richards 1.
FOURTEENTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—Berry et al 53, Terry 53,
Street 50, Searles 55, Sullivan 50, O'-
Melveny 57, Hutton 57, Kendrick 53,
Rowan 52, Parcels 54, White 53, Herr
mann 54, Bullis 54, Dupuy 51), Hewitt
51, Levy 50, McCoy 48, Finley 53, Oat
huff 40, Crawford 07, Violet 02, Lock
wood 50, Roberts 53, Dominguz 49.
Republican—Barnes et al. 70, Van
dever 70, Darnron 73, Beatty 74, Works
74, Van Dyke 07, Wade 07, Clark 74,
Aguirre 74, Dunsmoor 75, Hamlin 75,
Francis 75, Piatt 74. Kelly 09, Banbury
73, Field 72, Meredith 74, Stafford 71,
Perry 71, Savage 73, Lockwood 71,
Austin 74, Clement 74, Smith 71.
FIFTEENTH PRECINCT.
Total vote of about 250; less than half
counted, with a general result of 44
Democrats to 54 Republicans.
SIXTEENTH PRECINCT.
Total vote of 209; about half counted,
with a general result of Republicans 55,
and Democrats 45. Rowan a little ahead
of his ticket. Fifteen Prohibitionist
tickets.
SEVENTEENTH PRECINCT.
Total vote 202; about two-thirds
counted, with a general result of 100
Republicans to 50 Democrats. Aguirre a
little ahead of his ticket. Ten Prohib
itionist votes.
EIGHTEENTH TRECINCT.
Democratic—C. P. Berry et al 30, Reel
B. Terty 35, Victor Montgomery, A. R.
Street 32, Niles Searles 39, Jeremiah Sul
livan 35, H. K. S. O'Melveny 37, A. AY.
Hutton 41, AY. T. Kendrick 30, Thomas
Rowan 42, H. S. Parcels 37, C.E.J.
White 30, George Herrmann 35, Omri
Bulliß 34, J. R. Dupuv 30, E. E. Hewitt
41, S. Levy 31, J. L. McCoy 35, S. H.
Finley 30, A. Osthoff 31, AY. Crawford 34,
O. H. Violet 29, S. B. Lockwood 34, C.
E. Roberts 35, R. Dominguez 32.
Republican—W. H. Barnes et al. 50,
AVm. A'andever 57, J. E. McComas —,
J. M. Darnron 58, AY. H. Beatty 54, John
D. Works 57, Walter Van Dyke 53, AA'ra.
P. Wade 50, AVm. H.Clark (il, MartinG.
Aguirre 49, C. H. Dunsmoor 50, D. W.
Hamlin 51. John AY. Francis 55, Robert
S. Piatt 58, Frank P. Kelly 54, J. Ban
bury 51, D. W. Field 61, James M. Mere
dith 57, H. F. Stafford 50, S. M. Perry
58, Theodore Savage 57, H. C. Austin 61,
W. C. Lockwood 57, H. S. Clement 59,
Fred C. Smith 57.
NINETEENTH TRECINCT.
Total vote, 272; about one-third
counted, with a result of Democrats 40
to Republicans 50. Aguirre a little
ahead of his ticket.
TWENTIETH PRECINCT.
Democratic—Berry et al 72, Terry 71,
Street 70, Searles 72. Sullivan 71, O'Mel
veny 90, Hutton 75, Kendrick 73, Rowan
70, Parcels 70, White 70, Herrmann 75,
Bullis 73, Dupuy 75, Hewitt 04, Levy 05,
McCoy, 00, Finley, 73, Crawford 75,
Violet 04, Lockwood 75, Roberts 75,
Dominguez 00.
Republican—W. H Barnes ot al. 119,
William Vandever 119, Darnron 120, W.
H. Beatty 120, John D. Works 125, Wal
ter Van Dyke 117, William P. Wade 112,
William H. Clark 123, Martin G.
Aguirre 115, C. H. Dunsmoor 115, D.
W. Hamlin 117, John W. Francis 120,
Robert S. Piatt 122, Frank P. Kelly 135,
Jabez Banbury 120, D. W. Field 118,
James M. Meredith 118, H. F. Stafford
117, Savage 125, Austin 131, Lockwood
120, Smith 127, Clement 130.
TWENTY-FIRST PRECINCT.
Democratic—C. P. Berry et al. 58,
Reel B. Terry 58, A. R. Street 58, Niles
Searles 59, Jeremiah Sullivan 58, H. K.
S. O'Melveny 03, A. W. Hutton 00, W.
T. Kendrick 58, Thomas E. Rowan 04,
H. S. Parcels 58, C. E. J. White 00,
George Herrmann 57, Omri Bullis 57, J.
R. Dupuy 02, E. E. Hewitt 50, Samuel
Levy 54, John L. McCoy 53, 8. H. Fin
ley 58, Albert Os*hoffso, Wm. Crawford
58, O. H. Violet 55, 8. B. Lockwood 50,
C. E. Roberts 00, R. Dominguez 52.
Republican—W. H. Barnes 108, Wm.
Vandever 108, J. E. McComas —, J. M.
Darnron 100, Beatty, 100, Works 109,
Van Dyke 102, Wade 104, Clark 109,
Arguirre, 103, Dunsmoor 109, Hamlin
107, John W. Francis 109, Robt. 8. Piatt
110, Frank P. Kelly 103, Jabez Banbury
109, D. W, Field 112, James M. Mere
dith 110, H. F. Stafford 108, 8. L. Perry
109, Theodore Savage 107, H. C. Austin
111, W. C. Loockwood 108, H. S. Cle
ment 108, Fred C. Smith 109.
TWENTY-TUIRD PRECINCT.
Democratic—C. P. Berry et al. 92, Reel
B. Terry 93, Victor Montgomery —, A.
R. Street 90, Niles Searles 96, Jeremiah
Sullivan 93, H. K. S. O'Melveny 107, A.
W. Hutton 105, W. T. Kendrick 93,
Thomas E. Rowan 112, H. S. Parcels 94,
C. E. J. White 91, George Herrmann 91,
Omri Bullis 90, J. R. Dupuy 112, E. E.
Hewitt 89, Samuel Levy 90, John L.
McCov 104, S. H. Finley 98, Albert
Osthoff 90, Wm. Crawford 93, O. H.
Violet 93, S. B. Lockwood 93, C. E.
Roberts 91, R. Dominguez 89.
Republican—W. H. Barnes et al. 211,
Vandever 210, Darnron 206, Beatty 208,
Works 210, Van lyke 200, Wade 195,
Clark 210, Aguirre "193, Dunsmoor 208,
Hamlin 212, Francis 212, Piatt 213,
WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7, 1888.
Kelly 201, Banbury 214, Field 210, Mere
dith 203, Stafford 210, Perry 210, Savage
207, Austin 212, Lockwood 207, Clement
210, Smith 209.
TWKXTY-I'IKTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—Berry etal. 89. Terry 90
S'.rset 90, Searles 90, Sullivan 88, O'Mel
veny 95, Hutton 90, Kendrick 86, Parcels
81, White 80, Herrmann 85, Bullis 80,
Dupuv 80, Hewitt 81, Levy 80, McCov 86
Finley 88, Lockwood 86, Crawford 89,
V o'et 76, Roberts 93, Dominguez 93.
Republican—Barnes 121, Vandever
122, Darnron 118, Beattv 118, Works 125,
Van Djke 117, Wade" 114, Clark 124,
Aguirre 116, Dunsmoor 121, Hamlin 115,
Francis 118. Piatt 125, Kelly 121, Ban
bury 124, Field 126, Meredith 122, Staf
ford 120, Lockwood 121, Austin 132,
Savage 117, Clement 123, Smith 122.
TWENTY-SIXTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—Cleveland 145, Terry 144,
Street 143, Searles 142, Sullivan 142,
O'Melveny 140, Hutton 141, Kendrick
138, Rowan 136, Parcels 148, White 146,
Herrmann 142, Bullis 148, Dupuy 152,
Hewitt 134, Levy 143. McCoy 143, Finley
149, Violet 136, Lockwood 147, Craw
ford 148, Roberts 147, Dominguez 137.
Republican—Harrison 209, Vand«ver,
210, Darnron 106, Beatty 208, Works
207, Wade 209, Van Dyke iOB, Clark
212, Aguirre 221, Dunsmoor 210, Hamlin
211, Francis 214, Piatt 211, Kelly 207,
Banbury 224, Field 217, Meredith 218,
Stafford 211, Austin 221, Savage 214,
Smith 208, Clement 211.
TWENTY-SEVENTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—C. P. Berry et al. 6, Reel
B. Terry 6, A. R. Street 6, Niles Sear'.e
7, Jeremiah Sullivan (i, H. K. S. O'Mel
veny 11, A. W. Hutton 16, W. T. Kend
rick 6, Thomas E. Rowan 13, H. S. Par
cels 8, C. E. J. White 7, George Herr
mann 7, Omri Bullis 6, J. R. Dupuy 14,
E. E. Hewitt 12. Samuel Levy 6, John
L. McCoy 5, 8. H. Finley 6, Savage 81,
Austin 81, W. C. Lockwood 82, Clement
78, Smith 77.
Republican—W. H. Barnes et al. 81,
Wm. Vandever 81, J. M. Darnron 81,
W. H. Beatty 80, John I). Works 81,
Walter Van Dyke 75, Wm. P. Wade 70,
Wm. H. Clark 81, Martin G. Aguirre
74, C. H. Dunsmoor 79, D. W. Hamlin
80, John W. Francis 80, Robert S. Piatt
81, Frank P. Kelly 73, Jabez Banbury
74, D. W. Field 81, James M. Meredith
82, H. F. Stafford 81, Crawford 6, Violet
6, S. B. Lockwood 5, Roberts 8, Domin
guez 6.
45 Democrrtic votes rejected, 3 Repub
lican votes rejected, 5 Prohibition votes
rejected.
TWENTY-EIGHTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—Cleveland 80, Terry 78,
Street 81, Searles 82, Sullivan 82,
M'Melveny 90, Hutton 100, Kendrick 88,
Rowan 95, Parcels 82, White 83, Her
mann 80, Bullis 65, Dupuy 80, Hewitt
78, Devy 80, McCoy 80, Finlev 87, Osthoff
65, Violet 75, Lockwood 82, Crawford 80,
Roberts 85, Dominguez 75.
Republican—Harrison 107, Vandever
113, Darnron, 105, Beattv 104, Works 113,
Wade 101, Van Dyke 98, Clark 107,
Aguirre 98, Dunsmoor 121, Hamlin 118,
Francis 121, Piatt 123, Kelly 116, Ban
bury 121, Field 114, Meredith 108 Staf
ford 103, Perry 98, Austin 103, Lock
wood 100, Savage 108, Smith 110,
Clement 106. t
THIRTY FIFTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—Berry et al. 63, Terry
63, Street 63, Searles 63, Sullivan 64,
O'Melveny 63, Hutton 63, Kendrick 65,
Rowan 66, Parcels 63, White 63, Herr
mann 64, Bullis 64, Dupuy 63, Hewitt 60,
Levy 63.
Republican—Barnes, et al. 37, Van
dever 37, Beatty 37, Works 36, Van
Dyke 37, Wade 37, Clark 32, Aguirre
30, Dunsmoor 37, Hamlin 36, Francis 34,
Piatt 34, Kelly 37, Banbury 30, Field 37.
THIRTY-SEVENTH PRECINCT.
Democratic—Electors 61. Terry 60,
Street 65, Searles 63, Sullivan 65, O'Mel
veny 64, Hutton 63, Kendrick 64, Rowan
68, Parcels 64, White 63, Herrmann 58,
Bullis 61, Dupuy 67, Hewitt 05, Levy 60,
McCoy 59, Finley 63, Osthoff 59.
Republican—Electors 77, Vandever 78,
Damron 70, Beattv 75, Works 73, Wade
73, Van Dyke 78," Clark 79, Aguirre 74,
Dunsmoor 74, Hamlin 75, Francis 80,
Piatt 77, Kelly 71, Banbury 69, Field 78,
Meredith 78, Stafford 75, Perry 74.
Seventy-Sixth Assembly District.
ALHAMBRA.
Democratic —C, P. Berry et al. 63,
Reel B. Terry 62, Victor Montgomery 63,
S. A. Waldron 64, Niles Searles 63, Jer
miah Sullivan 63, H. K. S. O'Melvenv
73, A. W. Hutton 74, W. T. Kendrick
68, Thomas E. Rowan 00, H. S. Parcels
64, C. E. J. White 63, George Herrmaun
63, Omri Bullis 60, J. R. Dupuy 69, E. E.
Hewitt 68, Samuel Levy- 61, John L.
McCoy 62, S. H. Finley 05.
Republican—W. H. Barnes et al. 104,
Wm. Vandever 105, J. E. McComas 133,
J. R. Brierly 101. W. H. Beatty 105,
John D. Works 111, Walter Van Dyke
101, Wm. P. Wade 98, Wm. H. Clark
100, Martin G. Aguirre 111, C. H. Dunn
moor 105, D. W. Hamlin 105, John W.
Francis 105, Robert S. Piatt 108, Frank
P. Kellv 108, Jabez Banbury 100, D. W.
Field 107, James M. Meredith 106, H. F.
Stafford 98.
A/.USA.
Democratic—C. P. Berry et al. 56,
Reel B. Terry 55, Victor Montgomery 64,
S. A. Waldron 56, Niles Searles 50, Jere
miah Sullivan 55, H. K. S. O'Melveny
49, A. W. Hutton 61, W. T. Kendrick 52,
Thomas E. Rowan 48, H. S. Parcels 58,
C. E. J. White 46, George Herrmann 54.
Omri Bullis 57, J. R. Dupuy 56, E. E.
Hewitt 59, Samuel Levy 54, John L. Mc-
Coy 54, S. H. Finley 57.
Republican—W.H.Barnes et al. 51,
Wm. Vandever 52, J. E. McComas 43,
W. H. Beatty 51, John D. Works 60,
Walter Van Dyke 48, Wm. P. Wade 45,
Wm. H. Clark 52, Martin G. Aguirre
00, C. H. Dunsmoor 49, D. W. Hamlin
60. John W. Francis 52, Robert S Piatt
50, Frank P. Kelly 51, Jabez Banbury 40,
D. W. Field 53, James M. Meredith 53,
H. F. Stafford 50.
BURBANK.
Democratic —Electors 38, Judges 38
each, Terry, 38, Rowan 38. Parcels 86,
White 37, Bullis 31, Dupuy 37, Hewitt
41. Levy 30, McCoye 38, Finley 37.
Republican—Electors 27, Vandever
28, Judges 28 each, Brierly 28, Aguirre
24, Dunsmoor 28, Hanlin 27, Francis 27,
Piatt 25. Kelly 27, Banbury 23, Field 28,
Meredith 27, Stafford 27.
GARVANZA.
Democratic —C. P. Beiry et al., 36,
Reel B. Terry 30, Victor Montgomery —,
8. A. Waldron 37, Niles Searles 42, Jere
miah Sullivan 37, H. K. S. O'Melveny
00, A. W. Hutton 88, W. T. Kendrick 52,
Thomas E. Rowan 47, H. S. Parcels 35,
C. E. J. White 34, George Herrmann 39,
Omri Bullis 35, J. R. Dupuy 36, E. E.
Hewitt 29, Samuel Levy 35, John L.
McCoy 36, 8. H. Finlev 36, S. W. White
30, T. H. Overton 4:',, J. E. Fairchild 37,
Wm. Weaver 35, J. W. Cook 34.
Republican—W. H. Barnes et al. 80,
Win. Vandever 81, J. E. McComas —,
J. R. Brierly 83, W. H. Beatty 79, John
D. Works 96, Walter Van Dyke 91, Wm.
P. Wade 82, Wm. H. Clark 81, Martin
Cr. Aguirre 79, C. H. Dunsmoor 89, D.
W. Hamlin 83, John W. Francis 79,
Robert S. Piatt Frank P. Kellv 80,
Jabez Banbury 97, D. W. Field 83,j"ames
M. Meredith 78, H. F. Stafford 81, P. K.
King 93, W. L. Wheeler 73, W. F. D.
Jones 82, W. E. Chase 75, S. E.
Chase 76.
LANGS PRECINCT.
Republicans 5 ahead in this precinct,
National, State and county. Democrats
11, Republicans 16.
O IT A RTF..
Democratic—C. P. Berry et al. 30,
Reel B. Terry 35, Victor ' Montgomery
46, S. A. Waldron 37, Niles Searles 36,
Jeremiah Sullivan 36, H. K. S. O'Mel
veny 16, A. W. Hutton 48, W. T. Ken
drick 45, Thomas E. Rowan 43, H. S
Parcels 43, C. E. J. White 37, George
Herrmann 38, Omri Bullis 36, J. R. Du
puy 36, E. E. Hewitt 39, Samuel Levy
30, John L. McCoy 36, 8. H. Finley 36.
Republican—W. 11. Barnes et al. 45,
Wm. Vandever 45, J. E. McComas 49,
J. Brierly 49, W. H. Beatty 45, John D.
Works 45, Walter D. Van Dyke 45, Wm.
P. Wade 55, Wm. H. Clarkt4s, Martin
G. Aguirre 48, C. H. Dunsmoor 42, D.
W. Hamlin 44, John W. Francis 44,
Robert S. Piatt 44, Frank P. Kelly 46,
Jabez Banbury 46, D. W. Held 49, James
M. Mereditli 45, H. F. Stafford 45.
EL MONTE.
Democratic—Berry et al. 126, Terry
126, Rowan 123, Hewitt 125.
Republican—Barnes, et al. 48, Wm.
Vandever 48, Aguirre 51, Btnbury 45.
SAN GABRIEL.
Berry 53, Terry 53, Montgomery 54,
Waldron 54, Searles 45, Sullivan 45,
O'Melveny 81, Hutton 63, Kendrick 81,
Rowan 35, Parcels 53, White 53, Herr
mann 57, Bullis 53, Dupuy 63, Hewitt 72,
Levy 51, McCoy 54, F'inley 53, Barnes 85,
Vandever 85, McComas 84, Brierlv 84,
Beatty 88, Works 90, Van Dyke 52, Wade
76, Clark 87, Aguirre 103, Dunsmoor 85,
Hamlin 84, Francis 81, Piatt 85, Kelly 75,
Banburv 66, Field 87, Meredith 84, Staf
ford 85.
SAN FERNANDO.
This precinct rates up to midnight—
Berry 43, Terry 41, Waldron 41, Searles
44, Sullivan 44, O'Melveny 48, Hutton
42, Kendrick 48, Rowan 44. Parcels 41,
White 42. Herrmann 44, Bullis 34, Du
puy 41, Hewitt 47, Levy 42, McCoy 43,
Finley 42, Barnes 62, Vandever 63, Brier
ly 62, Beatty 66, Works 65, Van Dyke
67, Wade 61, Clark 61, Aguirre 59.
Dunsmoor 63, Hamlin 62, Francis 60,
Piatt 60, Kelly 61, Banbury 67, Field 62,
Me%dith 61, Stafford 59.
GLENDALE.
Democratic —Berry et al 54, Terry 56,
Waldron 50, Searlß 5!), Sullivan 00,
O'Melveny 109, Hutton 60, Kendrick 77,
Rowan 57, Parcels 51, White 54, Herr
mann 53, Bullis 00, Dupuy 57, Hewitt 87,
Levy 53, McCoy 54, Finley 54.
Republican—Barnes et al. 130, Van
dever 131, Brierlv 131, Beatty 130,
Works 145, Van Dyke 140, Wade 97,
Clark 130, Aguirre 120, Dunsmoor 139,
Hamlin 132, Francis 135, Piatt 129,
Kelly 128, Banbury 103, Field 133,
Meredith 132, Stafford 132.
TUSTIN.
Democratic—Berry 59, Terry 59, Mont
gomery 05, McFadden 61, Searles 59,
Sullivan 04, O'Melveny 04, Hutton 01,
(Cendricks 64, Finley 71, Rowan 59,
Parcels 59, White 59, Herrmann 59,
Bullis 57, Dupuy 60, Hewitt 00, Levy 59,
McCoy 59.
Republican—Barnes 116, Vandever
116, McComas 111, Edwards 116, Beatty
116, Works 121, Van Dyke 121, Wade
119, Clark 116, Aguirre 115, Dunsmoor
115, Hamlin 116, Francis 116, Piatt 117,
Kelly 115, Banbury 115, Field 115,
Meredith 116, Stafford 94.
LANCASTER.
Democratic—Berry ll.Terrv 11, Wal
dron 10, Searles 11, Sullivan 11, O'Mel
veny 10, Hutton 11, Kendrick 10, Rowan
10, Parcels 10, White 10, Herrmann 11,
Bullis 10, Dupuy 10, Hewitt 6, Levy 10,
McCoy 9, Finley 11.
Republican—Barnes 10, Vandever 10,
Brierly 10, Beatty 10, Works 10, Van
Dyke 10, Wade 11, Clark 11, Aguirre 11,
Dunsmoor 10, Hamlin 11, Francis 10,
Piatt 11, Kelly 11, Banbury 12, Field 11,
Meredith 12, Stafford 10; 21 votes polled.
MORE ABOUT THE FIRE.
San Francisco, November 6. —The fire
at Granger, Wyo., has crippled the over
land telegraph service, and returns from
the Eastern election precincts are arriv
ing nere slowly.
NEWUALL.
Cleveland 53, Harrison 53, Fisk 2,
Terry 56, Vandever 50, Miller 2, Walton
73, Brierly 72, Searles 53. Beatty 73,
Thompson 2, Sullivan 51, Works 75,
O'Melveny 42, Dick 49, Hutton
69, Kendrick 50, Clark 70, Rowan 70,
Aguirre 55. Matlock 2, Parcels 51, Duns
moor 70, Keech 2, White 56, Hamlin 75,
Eno 2, Herrmann 46, Francis 80, Ran
kin 2, Bullis 34, Batt 52, Glass 2, Du
puy 54, Kelley 73, Blanchard 2, Hewitt,
04, Banbury 71, Worm 31, Levy 32,
Field 88, Pritle 2, McCoy 51, Meredith i
74, Ross 2, Finley 52, Stafford 53, Jessup
2, Long 14, Hall 64, Thompson 52, Howe
45, Leighton, 47, Stewart 72, Johnson
73- « ;
78th Assembly District.
DELHI.
Democratic—Electors 18, Terry 18,
Montgomery 26, McFadden 11, Searls 18,
Sullivan 18, O'Melveny 18, Hutton 18,
Kendrick 18, Rowan 19, Parcels 18,
White 17, Herrmann 18, Bullis 17, Du
puy 22, Hewitt 17., 1 Levy 18, McCoy 19,
Finley 25.
Republican—Electors 43, Vandever 43,
McComas 39, Edwards 53, Beatty 42,
Works 51, Van Dyke 43, Wade 43, Clark
43, Aguirre 43, Dansmoor 43, Hamlin 43,
Francis 43, Piatt 44, Kelly 40, Banbury
44, Field 43, Meredith 42, Stafford 37,
Littlefield 32.
Prohibition—Electors 8, Miller 8, Ab
bott 4, Brown 5, Thompson 8, Van Dyke
8, O'Melveny 8, Kendrick 8, Matlock 7,
Keech 8, Eno 8. Rankin 8, Glass 8,
Blanchard 7, Witmer 8, Pirtle 8, Roes 8,
Jessup 6, Thomas 12.
ORANGE DEPOT PRECINCT.
Harrison 25, Cleveland 28, Fisk 7,Van
dever 26, Terry 28, Banbury 20, Hewitt
27, Aguirre 24, Rowan 27, Dunsmoor 26,
Parcels 28.
SOUTH PASADENA,
At midnight the count stood 51 Repub
lican, 35 Democratic and 17 Prohibition
almost all the way through the tickets on
an average.
POMONA.
Precinct No. I—Cleveland 22, Harri
son 52, Fisk 7, Terry 28, Vandever IS,
Miller 5. Montgomery 22, McComas 54,
Abbott 4, McFadden 20, Edwards 52,
Brown 8, Searles 24, Baattv 5, Thompson
6, Sullivan 24, Works - r >7, "O'Melveny 2".»,
Vandyke 56, Hutton 27, Wade 52, Ken
drick 28, Clark 52, Itowan 21, Aguirre 52,
Matlock 7, Parcels 25, Dunsmoor 51,
Keech 5, White 21, Hamlin 50, Eno 1,
Herrmann 23, Francis 53, Rankin 5,
Dupuy 24, Kelly 49, BUnchard 0, Hewitt
32, Banbury 44, Witmers, Levy 21, Field
53, Pritle 7, McCoy 22, Meredith 52,
Ross 7, Finley 23, Stafford 7, Jessup 7.
SECOND PRECINCT.
Pomona—Cleveland 82, Harrison 130,
Fisk 35, Terry 83, Vandever 137, Miller
33, Montgomery 79, McComas 140, Ab
bott 25. McFadden 83, Edwards 133,
Brown 34, Searlesß4, Beatty 132, Thomp
son 32, Sullivan 82, Works' 172, O'Mel
veny 121, Vandyke 164, Hutton 86, Wade
134, Kendrick 115, Clark 130, Rowan 75,
Aguirre 143, Matlock 34, Parcels 81,
Dunsmoor 138, Keech 33, White Si,
Hamlin 31, Eno 38, Herrmann, 83,
Francis 135, Rankin 34, Bullis 81, Piatt
138, Glass 33, Dupuy 82, Kelly 136,
Blanchard 34, Hewitt 85, Banbury 134,
Witmer 33, Levy 82, Field 136, Pritle 33,
McCoy 84, Meredith 135, Ross 33, Finley
85, Stafford 134, Jessup 33.
Latest—Pomona 145 Republican. Mc-
Comas received the Prohibition vote and
is about 20 ahead of his ticket. Hewitt
slightly ahead. Vote not all counted.
CTjARKMONT.
Complete returns from Claremont Pre
cinct give Berry 14, Terry 14, Mont
gomery 17, McFadden 14, Searles 14,
Sullivan 14, O'Melveny 15. Hutton 14,
Kendrick 16, Rowan 14, Ta celg 14,
White 15. Herrmann 14,|Bullis 14.Dupuy
15, Hewitt 19, Levy 16, McCoy 14,
Finley 15, Barnes 29, Vande
ver 29, McComas 27, Edwards 29,
Beatty 29, Works 31, Van Dyke 30,
Wade 29, Clark 29, Aguirre 29, Dunsmoor
29, Hamlin 28, Francis 29, Piatt 29, Kelly
28, Banbury 24, Field 27, Meredith 29,
Stafford M>, Bidemell 2, Miller 2, Brown
2, Thompson 2, Van Dyke 1, O'Melveny
1, Matlock 2, Keech 2, Eno 2, Rankin 2,
Glass 2, BlarchanJ 2, Witler 2, Pritle 2,
Ross 2, Jessup 1.
FULLERTON.
Democratic—C. P. Berry et al. 47, Reel
B. Terry 47, Victor Montgomery 38, Wm.
McFadden, 46, Niles Searles 47, Jeremiah
Sullivan 48, H. K. S. O'Melveny 50, A.
W. Hutton 09, W. T. Kendrick 48,
Thomas E. Rowan 51, H. 8. Parcels 37,
C. E. .1. White 46, George Herrmann 48,
Omri Bullis 46, J. R. Dupuv 49, E. E.
Hewitt 47, Samuel Levy 46", John L.
McCoy 47, S. H. Finley 48.
Republican—W. H. Barnes et al. 40,
Wm. Vandever 40, J. E. McComas 37,
E. E. Edwards 38, W. H. Beattv 40, John
D. Works 40, Walter Van Dyke 39, Wm.
P. Wade 88, Wm. H. Clark 40, Martin
G. Aguirre 34, C. H. Dunsmoor 50, D.
W. Hamlin 41, John W. Francis 39,
Robert 8. Piatt 41, Frank P. Kelly 38,
Jabez Banbury 39, D. W. Field 41, James
M. Meredith 40, H. F. Stafford 38, Little
field 50.
MONTH VISTA,
Partial returns as follows: Berry 79,
Burns 47, Terry 79, Vandever 47, Mont
gomery 80, McComas 46. Full vote 181.
Old Mission 51 votes. Republicans 10,
Democrats 37. Republican vote ali
counted.
NEWPORT.
Democratic—Berry 45, Terry 40, Mont
gomery 51, McFadden 45, Searles 46,
Sullivan 46, O'Melveny 51, Hutton 46,
Kendrick 51, Rowan 50. Parcels 44,
White 46, Herrmann 40, Bullis 40, Dupuy
48, Hewitt 46, Levy 45, McCoy 46, Finley
64, Bassonette 51, Baml. Wilson 47',
Hickey 47, Willard 41.
Republicans—Barnes 49, Vandever 49,
McComas 44, Edwards 50, Beatly 49,
Works 54, Van Dyke 52, Wade 50, Clara
49, Aguirre 40, Dunsmoor 51, Hamlin 49,
Francis 49, Piatt 49, Kelly 47, Banbury
49, Field 50, Meredith 49, Stafford 29,
Littlefield 40, McKelvery 48, Marks 48,
Bush 52.
SANTA ANA.
Partial returns; precinct No. 1 :
Democratic—Berry 30, Terry 30, Mont
gomery 39, McFadden 28, Searles 31,
Sullivan 30, O'Melveny 38, Hutton 33,
Kendrick 37, Rowan 30, Parcels 29,
White 39, Herrmann 29, Bullis 30, Dupuy
34, Hewitt 30, Levy 30, McCoy 30, Fin
ley 32.
Republican—Barnes 49, Vandever 50,
McComas 43, Edwards 55, Beatty 49,
Works 57, Van Dyke 49, Wade 53, Clark
50, Aguirre 51, Dunsmoor 49, Hamlin 49,
Francis Piatt 49, Kelly 44, Banbury 49,
Field 49, Meredith 50, Stafford 38.
Second Precinct (complete)—Harrison
83, Cleveland 58, Fisk 15, Vandever 89,
Terry 57, Beatty 84, Works 83, Searles
57, Sullivan 58, McComas 70, Mont
gomery 74,Edwards96, McFadden 46, Van
Dyke 97, Wade 83, Clark 86, O'Melvenv
63. Hutton 59, Kendrick 69, Aguirre 80,
Rowan 59, Banbury 80, Hewitt 60, Duns
moor 83, Parcels 57, Hamlin 84, White
57, Francis 85, Herrmann 57, Field 82,
I Levy 59, Piatt 83, Bullis 58, Kelly 74,
Dupuv 65, Meredith 84, McCoy 52, Staf
ford 65, Finley 75, Litchfield 67, Bes
sonett 63.
Precinct 3—(Complete) Harrison 64,
Cleveland 57, Fisk 8, Vandever 64, Terry
57, Beatty 62, Works 63, Searles 54, Sulli
van 58, McComas 59, Montgomery 62,
Edwards 75, McFadden 46, Van Dyke
67, Wade 62, Clark 63, O'Melveny 67,
Hutton 62, Kendrick 66, Aguirre 63,
Regan 58, Banbury 64, Hewitt 55, Duns
moor 65, Parcels 55, Hamlin 65, White
56, Francis 06, Herrmann 55, Field 62,
Levy 59, Piatt 64, Bullis 56, Kelly 60,
Dupuv 00, Meredith 04, McCoy 50,
Stafford 47, Finley 71, Litchfield 49,
Bessonnett 62.
Precinct 4—Harrison 81, Cleveland 55,
Vandever 86, Terry 50, Beatty 80, Works
78, Searles 57, Sullivan 57, McComas 63,
Montgomery 74, Aguirre 63, Rowan 64,
Banbury 73, Hewitt 57, Kelly 52, Dupuy
81,|Edwards 85, McFadden 45.
IP ASIA.
Berry nt al. 35, Barnes et al. 48, Terry
35, Vandever 48, Montgomery 35, Mc-
Comas 48, McFadden 33, Edwards 48,
Searles 35, Beatty 48, Sullivan 35, Works
43, O'Melveny 35, Van Dyke 47, Hutton
87, Wade 47, Kendrick 35, Clark 48,
Rowan 36, Aguirre 47, Parcels 35, Duns
moor 48, White 36, Hamlin 47. Herr
mann 35, Francis 48, Bullis 35, Piatt 48,
Dupuy 35, Kelly 48, Hewitt 32, Banbury
50, Levy 3-5, Field 48, McCoy 35, Mere
dith 48, Finley 35, Stafford 48.
WH.MINOTON.
Total vote cast, 182; counted up to
midnight. Democratic—Berry 40, Terry
40, Montgomery 57, Waldron 48, Searles
50, Sullivan 55, O'Melveny 61, Hutton
52, Kendrick 52, Rowan 40, Parcels 43,
White 46, Herrmann 47, Bullis 45, Dupuy
44, Hewitt 68, Levy 50, McCoy 51, Fin
ley 47, Venable 67.
Republican—Barnes 66, Vandever 66,
McComas 57, Brierly 04, Beatty 67, J
FIVE CENTS.
Works 64, Van Dyke 65, Wade 59, Clark
67, Aguirre 73, Dunsmoor 70. Hamlin 67
Francis 96, Piatt 68, Kelly 68, Banbu ry
1 44, Field 63, Meredith 62, Stafford 68,
Davis 48. Prohibition, six votes for
State and county.
I.AMANDA.
Democratic—Berry 36, Terry 34,
Montgomery 36, Waldron 37, Searles
37, Sullivan 38, O'Melveny 35, Hutton 44,
Kendrick 38, Rowan 17, Parcels 38,
\\hite 39, Herrmann 43, Bullis 28,
Dupuy 85, Hewitt 17, Levy 33,
McCoy 37, Finley 39. Bep.—Barnes
110, Vandever 115, McComas 110,
Brierly 111, Beatty 113, Works 110,
Van Dyke 106, Wade 110, Clarke 112,
Aguirre 114, Dunsmoor 114, Hamlin
112, Francis 109, Piatt 108, Kelly 111,
Banbury 115, Field 113, Meredith
112, Stafford 110. Pro— Bid well 18
Miller 16, Abbott 19, Walton 18, Thomp
son 16, Works 18, Van Uyke 18, O'Mel
veny 15, Kendricksl7, Matlock 15, Eno
15, Rankin 14, Glass 26, Blanchard 15,
WetmerH, Pritle 24, Ross 17, Jessup 1.
Add 78th AssDist
ORANGE.
Democratic—Berry et al. 52, Terry 49,
Montgomery 52, McFadden 53, Searlessl,
Bullivan 51, O'Melveny 51, Hutton 67,
Kendrick 44, Rowan 49, Parcels 51,
White 52, Herrmann 52, Bullis 52, Dupuy
49, Hewitt 50, Levy 51, McCoy 52, Fin
ley 52.
Republican—Barnes et al. 163, Van
dever 145, McComas 140, Edwards 141,
Beatty 143, Works 150, Van Dyke 141
Wade 141, Clark 157, Aguirre 145, Duns
moor 144, Hamlin 143, Francis 143, Piatt
143, Kelly 143, Banbury 145, Field 144,
Meredith 142, Stafford 140.
ELECTRIC HEIGHTS.
Democratic—Berry etal. 22, Terry 21,
Waldron 23, Searles 24, Sullivan 23,
O'Melveny 28, Hutton 24, Kendrick 25,
Rowan 21, Parcels 15, White 23, Herr
mann 26, Bullis 21, Dupuv 22, Hewitt 22,
Levy 22, McCoy 20, Finley 22, Venable
Republican—Barnes etal. 62,Vandever
63, Brierly 62, Beatty 62, Works 66, Van
Dyke 64, Wade 62, Clark 64, Aguirre 65,
Dunsmoor 71, Hamlin 63, Francis 60,
Piatt 66, Kelly 64, Banbury 63, Field 64,
Meredith 66, Stafford 64, Davis 64.
GARDEN GROVE.
Democratic vote 41, Republican 64,
Prohibition 5; balance of ticket about
the same.
, BEPUBLICAN FRAUDS.
The <>roiaent Attempts to Sarin die
tbe Democratic Unndldatea.
Editors Herald—The time has come
to protest against the barefaced iniquity
of men who, claiming to belong to a party
of assumed extraordinary moral tenden
cies, are in reality wolves in tbe garb of
sheep. An attempt has been made to re
ject Democratic ballots npon which the
name of Judge Sullivan appears below
the line upon which the designation of the
office is contained. I understand that the
Republican County Central Committee
originated the article which is contained
in the Express of yesterday claiming in
defiance of law that all that all these
ballots should be rejected because the
name was not contained upon the same
line as the designation of the office.
The authority for this irrational propo
sition is supposed to be contained
in Section 1,191 of the Political Code
which states that a ballot contains on
the same line where tbe office is men
tioned the name of the person voted for.
The same section also declares that the
ticket shall be substantially in the form
prescribed. Section 1208 of the same
Code specifies that when a ballot does not
conform to the requirements of Section
1191 it must be rejected.
A ballot must under the same section
be printed in a certain definite kind of
type, and if it is true as contended by
the Republican Committee, that a bal'ot
such as that cast by the electors who
voted for Sullivan cannot be counted,
then no one who has a very long name
could ever run for any office be
cause such a name could not in some
instances be placed upon the same line
with the designation of the office. Such
claim is, of course, absurd, and would
never be seriously advocated by any one
save a political bigot, whose prejudice
obliterated his microscopical evidence of
reason. It is not worth whilo, however,
to argue the question, because the Su
preme Court in Kirk vs. Rhoads, 40 Cal.
398, 405-7, decided that certain provi
sions of Section 1,191, entirely analagous
to that involved in this case, were not of
such binding force as to warrant the re
jection of a ballot. The court there
stated that such a cause was insufficient
to justify the ignoring of a ballot cast by
an elector.
Notwithstanding this plain decision,
which was called to the attention of the
officers controling the Twentieth Pre
cinct of this city, the members of the
Board are Republicans, for the purpose
as I charge of subserving the interests of
their own party, and with that consistent
mendacity which has been displayed of
late in this section of the country by im
ported long-haired bluffers, and for the
deliberate object of defeating the
popular will, rejected these ballots.
When I protested against their infamous
conduct, a self-sufficient creature who
posed in the garb of Supervisor of elec
tion announced that he was clothed
by the Supreme Court with authority
to act. Of course the Supreme Court
had nothing to do with this biped. He
did not even know from whence his
authority proceeded; but his counsels
prevailed. I requested Mr. Bell, the
only Democrat appointed by a Demo
cratic Board of Supervisors, to watch the
rejected ballots, feeling that they were
insecure in the nefarious custody of his
Republican associates. And I here say
to these officers whose unreasonable be
havior resulted in the refection of these
ballots, that if any Democrat is returned
defeated by a number of votes not greater
than those rejected, they will hear
from us. It is at least a satisfaction
to know that neither Judge Sullivan,
nor any one who was a candidate with
him can be defeated by the acta of these
disciplined bulldosers. It may be that
the result will show that this action has
not affected the election. In that case,
the affair can never eventuate
in a contest; but, in any event, it
serves to display the malice of parties
whom the Democratic party has sought
to treat fairly. If the Democratic Board
of Supervisors had, as it should have
done, given a majority of the board of
election in these precincts to Democrats,
or to quasi respectable Republicans, the
present outrage would not have been at
tempted. Stephen M. White.
Dated November 6, 1888.

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