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ELECTION PROCLAMATION.
In re Election Proclamation, on
motion ol Supervisor Macy it is hereby
ordered that there be published in ac
oordance with Section 1055 of the Political
Code and for the period of ten days next
before the election hereinafter mentioned
a copy of the election proclamation of
Governor of this State, which said proc
lamation is in the words and figures fol
lowing, to-wit:
ELECTION PROCLAMATION.
State op California,}
Executive Department. }
Notice is hereby given that a general
election will be held throughout the
State of California on Tuesday, the sixth
day of November, A. D. 1888, when the
following officers will be elected, viz.:
Eight Electors of President and Vice-
President of the United States.
Six Representatives to the Congress of
the United States, to be elected from tbe
following districts:
1. From the First Congressional Dis
trict, comprising the Counties of Del
Norte, Humboldt, Trinity, Siskiyou,
Shasta, Modoc, Lassen, Pluma«, Sierra,
Tehama, Colusa, Mendocino, Lake, So
noma, and Napa, one Representative.
2. From the Second Congressional Dis
trict, comprising the Counties of Butte,
Sutter, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado,
Amador, Calaveras, San Joaquin, Stanis
laus, Merced, Tuolumne, ana Mariposa,
one Representative.
3. From the Third Congressional Dis
trict, comprising the Counties of Yolo,
Sacramento, Solano, Contra Costa, Mar
in, and Alameda, one Representative.
4. From the Fourth Congressional Dis
trict, comprising all that portion of the
City and County of San Francisco de
scribed as follows, viz.: Commencing
at the intersection of Bryant street with
the waters of the Bay of San Francisco,
continuing thence along the center of
Bryant street to the center of Seventh
street; thence along the center of Seventh
street to the center of Market street;
thence along the center of Market street
to the center of McAllister street; thence
along the center of McAllister street to
the center of Leavenworth street; thence
along the center of Leavenworth street
to the center of Sutter street; thence
along the center of Sutter street to -the
center of Hyde Btreet; thence along the
center of Hyde street to the center of
California Btreet; thence along the center
of California street to its intersection
with the east line of the City Cemetery;
thence northerly in a direct line to the
waters of the Pacific Ocean; thence along
the shore in an easterly direction to the
place of beginning, together with all the
islands within the boundaries of tbe City
and Connty of San Francisco, one Rep
resentative.
5. From the Fifth Congressional Dis
trict, comprising all that portion of the
City and County of San Francisco not in
cluded in the Fourth Congressional Dis
trict, together with the Counties of San
Mateo, Santa Cruz, and Santa Clara, one
Representative.
6. From the Sixth Congressional Dis
trict, comprising the Counties of San
Benito, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa
Barbara, Ventura, Kern, Tulare, Fresno,
Alpine, Mono, Inyo, San Bernardino, Los
Angeles, and San Diego, one Represent
ative.
State Senators from the following Sen
atorial Districts:
First District, composed of the Coun
ties of Humboldt and Del Norte, one
Senator.
Third District, composed ot the Coun
ties of Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, and
Sierra, one Senator.
Fifth District, composed of the County
of Nevada, one Senator.
Seventh District, composed of the
Counties of Placer and El Dorado, one
Senator.
Ninth District, composed of the Coun
ties of Yolo and Napa, one Senator.
Eleventh District, composed of the
Connty of Solano, one Senator.
Thirteenth District, composed of the
County of Sacramento, one Senator.
Fifteenth District, composed of the
Counties of Marin and Contra Costa, one
Senator.
Seventeenth District, composed of all
that portion of the County of Alameda
comprising the Second, Third, Fifth, and
Seventh Wards of the City of Oakland,
together with the Precincts of East
Berkeley, Temescal, and Piedmont, one
Senator.
Nineteenth District, composed of that
portion of the City and County of San
Francisco bounded as follows: Com
mencing at the intersection of Bryant
street with the waters of the Bay of San
Francisco, continuing thence along the
following named streets: Bryant to
Third, Third to Market, Market to
Kearny, Kearny to Sacramento, Sacra
mento to the waters of the Bay of San
Francisco, thence along the shore of said
bay to the place of beginning, one
Senator.
Twenty-first District, composed of all
that portion of the City and County of
San Francisco bounded as follows: Com
mencing at the intersection of Hyde
street with the waters of the Bay of San
Francisco, thenoe along tbe center of the
following named streets: Hyde to Sutter,
Sntter to Mason, Mason to Green, Green
to its intersection with the waters of the
Bay of San Francisco, thence along the
shore of said bay to tbe place of begin
ning, one Senator.
Twenty-third District, composed of all
that portion of the City and. County of
San Francisco bounded as follows: Com
mencing at tbe intersection of the center
of Third and Bryant streets, thence along
tiae center of the following named streets:
Bryant to Fifth, Fifth to Market, Market
to Mason, Mason to Sutter, Sutter to
Kearny, Kearny to Market, Market to
Third, Third to the place of beginning,
one Senator.
Twenty-fifth District, composed of all
that portion of the City and County of
San Francisco bounded as follows: Com
mencing at the intersection of the center
si Bryant and Seventh streets.continuing
thence along the center of the following
named streets: Bryant to Eleventh,
Eleventh to Market, Market to Van Ness,
Van Ness to Sutter, Sutter to Leaven
worth, Leavenworth to McAllister, Mc-
Allister to Market, Market to Seventh,
and Seventh to the place of beginning,
oat Senator.
Twenty-seventh District, composed of
all that portion of the City and County
of San Francisco bounded as follows:
Commencing at the intersection of ave
nue B and the waters of the Pacific
Ocean, thenoe along the center of the
following named streets: Avenue B to
First avenue, First avenue to Turk street,
Turk street to Devisadero, Devisadero to
Eddy, Eddy to Van Ness, Van Ness to
Market, Market to Eleventh, Eleventh to
Channel. Channel to Harrison, Harrison
to Fourteenth, Fourteenth to Guerrero,
Guerrero to Eighteenth, thence along
Eighteenth street to its western limit,
thence in a direct line westerly to an in
tersection of the eastern limit of X street,
or avenue, thence along X to the waters
of the Pacific Ocean, thence along the
shore of the ocean in a northerly
THE j.OS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1888.
Hrection to the place of beginning, one
Senator.
Twenty-ninth District, composed of the
County of San Joaquin, one Senator.
Thirty-firet District, composed of all
that portion of Santa Clara County com
prising the Townships of Redwood, Al
maden, Gilroy, Burnett, and that portion
of San Jose Township included in the
election precincts of East San Jose, Mt.
Hamilton, Evergreen, Oak Grove, the
Third Ward of the City of San Jose, and
that portion of the election precinct San
Jose Number Five, lying south of the
northern boundary line of the City of
San Jose, and the said boundary line
prolonged westerly to the township line
dividing the Townships of Santa Clara
and San Jose, one Senator.
Thirty-third District, composed of the
Counties of San Mateo and Santa Cruz,
one Senator.
Thirty-fifth District, composed of the
Counties of Monterey and San Benito,
one Senator.
Thirty-seventh District, composed of
the Counties of San Luis Obispo, Santa
Barbara, and Ventura, one Senator.
Thirty-ninth District, composed of all
that portion of the County of Los Angeles
not included in the Thirty-eighth Sena
torial District (which consists of the City
and Township of Los Angeles and the
Townships of Soledad, San Fernando,
La Ballona, and San Antonio), one Sen
ator. »
Also, members of the Assembly an fol
lows :
1. The Counties of Del Norte and Sis
kiyou, one member.
2. That portion of the County of Hum
boldt comprising the Townships of Or
leans, Klamath, Trinidad, Mad River,
Union, Eureka, and Bucksport, one
member.
3. All that portion of Humboldt County
not included in the Second Assembly
District, one member.
4. The Counties of Trinity and Shasta,
one member.
5. The Counties of Modoc and Lassen,
one member.
6. The Counties of Plumas and Sierra,
one member,
7. The County of Tehama, one mem
ber.
8. That portion of the County of Butte
comprising all of Chico and Dayton
Townships; all of Oregon Township lying
west of the meridian line dividing ranges
two and three east, in townships twenty
and twenty-one north, Mount Diablo
base and meridian; all of Hamilton
Township, except that part of said town
ship lying east of the section boundary
lines of sections four, nine and sixteen,
and north of sections twenty-seven,
twenty-six, and twenty-five, township
nineteen north, range three east, Mount
Diablo base and meridian, as laid down
on the official map of said Butte County,
and all of Gridley Township, in said
county, as recently set off from Hamilton
Township by the Board of Supervisors of
said county, one member.
9. All that portion of Butte County not
included in the Eighth Assembly Dis
trict, one member.
10. The County of Colusa, one member.
11. The County of Mendocino, one
member.
12. The County of Lake, one member.
13. The Counties of Sutter and Yuba,
one member.
14. All that portion of the County of
Nevada comprising the Townships of
Nevada, Bloomfield, and Eureka, and
the Precincts of Cherokee and North
San Juan, in Bridgeport Township, one
member.
15. All that portion of the County of
Nevada not included in the Fourteenth
Assembly District, one member.
16. The County of Placer, one member.
17. The County of El Dorado, one
member.
18. All tbat portion of the County of
Sacramento comprising the First and
Third Wards of Sacramento City, one
member.
19. All that portion of the County of
Sacramento comprising the Second and
Fourth Wards of Sacramento City, one
member.
20. All that portion of the County of
Sacramento not included in the Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth Assembly Dis
tricts, one member.
21. The County of Yolo, one member.
22. The County of Napa, one member.
23. That portion of the County of
Sonoma comprising the Townships of
Cloverdale, Washington, Mendocino,
Salt Point, Redwood, Bodega, and Ocean,
one member.
24. That portion of the County of So
noma comprising the Townships of An
nally, Santa Rosa, Knight's Valley, and
Russian River, one member.
25. All that portion of the County of
Sonoma not included in the Twenty
third and Twenty-fourth Assembly Dis
tricts, one member.
26. All that portion of the County of
Solano comprising the Townships" of
Vallejo and Benicia, one member.
27. All that portion of tbe County of
Solano not included in tbe Twenty-sixth
Assembly District, one member.
28. The County of Marin, one member.
29. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows : Commencing at the point of in
tersection where the center line of Bryant
street intersects the waters of the Bay of
San Francisco, continuing thence along
the center of the following named streets:
Bryant to First street, First to Minna,
Minna to Second, Second to Market,
Market to Kearny, Kearny to Sacra
mento, Sacramento to the waters of the
Bay of San Francisco, thence along the
shore to the place of beginning, one
member.
30. All tbat portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows : Commencing at the intersection
of the center of Bryant and First streets,
continuing thence along the center of the
following named streets: Bryant to
Third, Third to Market, Market to Sec
ond, Second to Minna, Minna to First,
and First to the place of beginning, one
member.
31. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as
follows: Commencing at the intersec
tion of Sacramento street and the waters
of the Bay of San Francisco, continuing
thence along the center of the following
named streets: Sacramento to Kearny,
Kearny to Sutter, Sutter to Stockton,
Stockton to Pacific, Pacific to the waters
of the Bay of San Francisco, thence along
the shore of said bay to the place of be
ginning, together with all the waters of
the Bay ot San Francisco, and the islands
contained therein, situated within the
boundaries of the City and County oi
San Francisco, one member.
32. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of Pacific street and the waters of the
Bay of San Francisco, continuing thence
along the center of the following named
street I Pacific to Stockton, otockton to
Sutter, Sutter to Mason, Mason to Green,
Green to the waters of the Bay of San
Francisco, thence along the shore of said
< Bay of San Francisco to the place of be
ginning, one member.
33. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows : Commencing at the point of in
tersection of Green street and the waters
of the Bay of San Francisco, continuing
thence along the center of the following
named streets: Green to Mason, Mason
to Sutter, Sutter to Jones, Jones to
Greenwich. Greenwich to the waters of
tbe Bay of Sau Francisco, thence along
the shore of said bay to the place of be
ginning, one member.
34. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows : Commencing at the intersection
of Greenwich street and the waters of
the Bay of San Francisco, continuing
thence along the center of the following
named street: Greenwich to Jones,
Jones to Sutter, Sutter to Hyde, Hyde to
tbe waters cf the Bay of San Francisco,
thence along the shore of said bay to the
place of beginning, one member.
35. All that portion of tbe City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of the center of Bryant and Third streets,
continuing thence along the center of
the following named streete : Bryant to
Fourth, Fourth to Market, Market to
Stockton, Stockton to Sutter, Sutter to
Kearny, Kearny to Market, Market to
Third, Third to the place of beginning,
one member.
36. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of Fourth and Bryant streets, thence
along the center of the following named
streete: Bryant to Fifth, Fifth to Mar
ket, Market to Mason, Mason to Sutter,
Sutter to Stockton, Stockton to Market,
Market to Fourth, and Fourth to the
T?lace of beginning, one member.
37. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of Fifth and Bryant streets, continuing
thence along the center of the following
named streets: Brvant to Sixth, Sixth
to Market, Market "to Taylor, Taylor to
Sutter, Sutter to Mason, Mason to Mar
ket, Market to Fifth, and Fifth to the
place of beginning, one member.
38. All that portion of the City
and County of .San Francisco bounded
as follows: Commencing at the in
tersection of Sixth and Bryant streets,
continuing thmce along the center
of the foji'jwing named streets:
Bryant to Sew nth, Seventh to Market,
Market to JicAllister, McAllister to
Leavenworth, Leaven worth to Sutter,
Sutter to Thylor, Taylor to Market,
Market to Ste Ih, and Sixth to the place
of beginning, one member.
39. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of Bryant and Seventh streets, continu
ing thence along the center of the follow
ing named streets: Bryant to Eighth,
Eighth to Market, Market to Larkin,
Larkin to Sntter, Sutter to Leavenworth,
Leavenworth to McAllister, McAllister
to Market, Market to Seventh, and
Seventh to the place ol beginning, one
member.
40. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows : Commencing at the intersection
of Bryant and Eighth streets, continuing
thence along the center of tbe following
named streets: Bryant to Eleventh,
Eleventh to Market, Market to Van Ness,
Van Ness to Sutter, Sutter to Latkin,
Larkin to Market, Market to Eighth,
and Eighth to the place of beginning,
one member.
41. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows : Commencing at the intersection
of Hyde street with the waters of the
Bay of San Francisco, continuing thence
along the center of Hyde street to the
center of California street; thence along
the center of California street in a direct
line to its intersection with the east line of
the City Cemetery; thence northerly in
a direct line to the waters of the Pacific
Ocean; thence along the shore in an
easterly direction to the place of begin
ning, one member.
42. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of avenue B and the waters of the Pacific
Ocean, continuing thence along the cen
ter of the following named streets. Ave
nue B to First avenue, First avenue to
Turk street, Turk street to Devisadero,
Devisadero to Eddy, Eddy to Van Neas,
Van Ness to Sutter, Sutter to Hyde,
Hyde to California, California to the
east line of the City Cemetery; thence
northerly in a direct line to the waters of
the Pacific Ocean; thence along the
shore in a westerly and southerly direc
tion to the place of beginning, together
with the islands known as the Far
allone Islands, one member.
43. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of avenue B and the waters of the Pacific
Ocean, continuing thence along the
center of the following named streets:
Avenue B to First avenue, First avenue
to Turk, Turk to Devisadero, Davisadero
to Eddy, Eddy to Van Ness, Van Ness
to Fell, Fell to Stanyan, Stanyan to D,
Dto the waters of the Pacific Ocean,
thence along the shore of said ocean to
the place of beginning, one member.
44. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows : Commencing at the intersection
of avenue D and the waters of the Pacific
Ocean, continuing thence along the cen
ter of the following named streets: Ave
nue D to Btanyan. Stanyan to Fell, Fell
to Van Ness, Van Ness to Market, Mar
ket to Eleventh, Eleventh to Channel,
Channel to Harrison, Harrison to Four
teenth, Fourteenth to Guerrero.Guerrero
to Eighteenth, thence along Eighteenth
to its westealy end, thence in a direct
line westerly to an intersection of the
eastern limit of X street (or avenue),
thence along X to the waters of the
Pacific Ocean, thence northerly along
the shore to the place of beginning, one
member.
45. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of Guerrero and Fourteenth streets, con
tinuing thence along the center of the
following named streets: Fourteenth
to Harrison, Harrison to Channel, Chan
nel to Bryant, Bryant to Seventh, Seventh
to Mississippi, Mississippi to Napa, Napa
to Twentieth.Twentieth to Guerrero, and
Guerrero to the place of beginning, one
member.
46. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of Bryant street and the waters of tbe
Bay of San Francisco, continuing thence
along the center of the following named
streets: Bryant to Seventh, Seventh to
Mississippi, Mississippi to Napa, Napa
to the waters of the Bay of San Francis
co, and thence along the shore of said
bay to the place of beginning, one mem
ber.
47. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francisco bounded as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of Napa street and the waters of the Bay
of San Francisco, continuing thence
along the center of the following named
streets: Napa to Howard, Howard to
Army, Army to Mission, thence along
the county road to its intersection with
the boundary line dividing the Counties
of San Francisco and San Mateo, thence
along said boundary line to its intersec
tion with the waters of the Bay of San
Francisco, thence along the shore of said
bay to the place of beginnig, one mem
ber.
48. All that portion of the City and
County of San Francißco bounded an fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection
of X street and the waters of the Pacific
Ocean, continuing thence along the cen
ter of the following named streets; Kto
its easterly limit, thence in a direct line
to the westerly end of Eighteenth, Eigh
teenth to Guerrero, Guerrero to Twen
tieth, Twentieth to Howard, Howard to
Army, Army to Mission, thence along
the county road to its intersection with
the boundary line dividing the Counties
of San Francisco and San Mateo, thence
along said line to the waters of the Pacific
Ocean, thence along the shore of said
ocean to the place of beginning, one
member.
49. The County of San Mateo, one
member.
50. The County of Santa Cruz, one
member.
51. All that portion of Alameda
County comprising the townships of
Murray and Washington, and that cer
tain portion of Eden Township within
the corporate limits of the Town of Hay
wards, and that portion of said Eden
Township known as Castro Valley elec
tion precinct, described as follows, to
wit: Commencing at a point where the
northerly line of the Town of Haywards
is intersected by the dividing line be
tween San Lorenzo and Castro Valley
election precincts; thence along said di
viding line of said precincts to the
middle line of San Leandro Creek;
thence easterly and northerly along the
middle line of said creek to the dividing
line of Alameda and Contra Costa Coun
ties ; thence easterly and southerly along
said dividing line of said counties
to its point of intersection with
the dividing line of Eden and
Murray Township aforesaid; thence along
said dividing line between Eden and
Murray Townships to the corner of Eden,
Murray and Washington Townships;
thence westerly along the line dividing
the Townships of Washington and Eden
to the middle of the mountain road from
Haywards; thence northerly along the
middle of said road to the southerly
boundary line of the Town of Haywards
and Castro Valley election precincts to
the place of beginning, one member.
52. All that portion of Alameda County
comprising so much of Eden Township
as is not included in the Fifty-first As
sembly District, and that portion of
Brooklyn Township lying outside of the
City of Oakland,* and all of Alameda
Township, one member.
53. All that portion of Alameda County
comprising the Sixth and Fourth Wards
of the City of Oakland, described as fol
lows: Beginning at the point in the
westerly line of the Seventh Ward where
the same is intersected by Tenth street
produced; thence westerly along said
Tenth street to Adaline street; thence
southerly along said Adaline street to
the northerly line of Alameda Township;
thence easterly along said line of Alameda
township to where the same is intersected
by the dividing line between the said
Sixth and Seventh Wards; thence north
erly along said dividing line to the point
of beginning, one member.
54. All that portion of Alameda County
comprising the First Ward of the city of
Oakland, being all that portion of said
City of Oakland lying west of Adaline
street; and all that portion of the County
of Alameda, being a portion of Oakland
Township, lying outside of said City of
Oakland, bounded as follows: Com
mencing at the intersection of the north
ern charter line of the City of Oakland,
with the dividing line between Bay and
Temescal election precincts; thence
northerly along said dividing line to
where it intersects the southerly line of
Berkeley election precinct; thence west
erly along said line of said Berkeley
election precinct to the dividing line be
tween Berkeley and West Berkeley elec
tion precincts; thence northerly along
said dividing line last named to the
southerly line of Ocean View election
precinct; thence easterly along said last
named line to the dividing line between
Alameda and Contra Costa Counties;
thence northwesterly and westerly along
said Alameda and Contra Costa boundary
line of Alameda County and the City
and County of San Francisco; thence
southerly along said last named boun
dary line to the said northern charter
line of the City of Oakland; thence east
erly along said lust named line to the
point of beginning, one member.
55. All that portion of Alameda
County comprising the Second and Third
Wards of the City of Oakland, and
bounded as follows: Commencing at the
intersection of the northern charter line
of the City of Oakland with the center
line of Adaline street; thense southerly
along said center line of Adaline Btreet to
where the same is intersected by the cen
ter line of Tenth street; thence easterly
along said center line of Tenth street to
the center line of Broadway; thence
northerly along the center line of Broad
way to the dividing line between the
Second and _ Fifth Wards; thence east
erly along said dividing line last named
to the dividing line between the Second
and Seventh Wards; thence northerly
along said last named line to the said
northern charter line; thence westerly
along said last named line to the point of
beginning, one member.
56. All that portion of Alameda County
comprising all of Oakland Township out
side of the City of Oakland, and not in
cluded in the Fifty-fourth Assembly Dis
trict, and all of the City of Oakland
constituting tbe Fifth and Seventh
Wards, not included in the Fifty-third,
Fifty-fourth, and Fifty-fifth Assembly
Districts, one member.
57. The County of Contra Costa, one
member.
58. All that portion of the County of
Ban Joaquin comprising the City of
Stockton, one member.
59. All that portion of San Joaquin
County not included in the Fifty-eighth
Districts, one member.
60. The County of Amador, one
member.
61. The County of Calaveras, one
member.
62. The County of Tuolumne, one
member.
63. All that portion of the County of
Santa Clara comprising the Townships of
Almaden, Redwood, Fremont, Alviso
and Santa Clara, one member.
64. All that portion of the County of
Santa Clara comprising the City of San
Jose, one member.
65. All that portion of Santa Clara
County comprising the Townships of
Mil pitas, Burnett and Oilroy, and all of
the Township of San Jose, except the
City of San Jose, one member.
66. The County of Stanislaus, one
member.
67. The Counties of Merced and Mari
posa, one member.
68. The County of San Benito, one
member.
69. The County of Monterey, one mem
ber.
70. The County of Fresno, one mem
ber.
71. The County of Tulare, one mem
ber.
72. The Counties of Alpine, Mono and
Inyo, one member.
73. The County of San Luis Obispo,
one member.
74. The County of Santa Barbara, one
member.
75. The Counties oi Kern and Yen
tura, one member.
76. All tbat portion of Los Angeles
County contained in the Townships of
Soledad, San Fernando, El Monte, San
Gabriel, La Ballona, Azusa, Wilmington,
San Antonio, and nil that portion of I .oh
Angeles Township not contained within
the city limits of Los Angeles City, one
member.
77. That portion of Los Angeles
County contained within the limits of
the City of Los Angeles, one member.
78. All that portion of the County of
Los Angeles not included in the Seventy
sixth and Seventy-seventh Assembly
Districts, one member.
79. The County of San Bernardino,
one member.
80. The County of San Diego, one
member.
Also, one Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court for the unexpired term ending
January, 1891, vice Niles Searles, ap
pointed.
One Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court for the term ending January, 1891,
vice E. W. McKinstry, resigned.
Also, four Judges of the Superior Court
in and for the City and Connty of San
Francisco.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County of Alameda.
One Judge of the Superior Court in
and for the County of Butte, for the un
expired term ending January, 1891, vice
Leon D. Freer, deceased.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County of Fresno, vice M. K.
Harris, term expired.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County of Los Angeles, vice H.
K. S. O'Melveny, term expired.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County of Los Angeles, vice A.
W. Hutton, term expired.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County of Los Angeles, for the
unexpired term ending January, 1891,
vice W. P. Gardiner, appointed.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County of Mono, for the unex
pired term ending January, 1891, vice
O. F. Hakes, appointed.
One Judge of tne Superior Court in and
for the County of Sacramento, for tbe un
expired term ending January, 1891, vice
John W. Armstrong, appointed.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County of San Bernardino, vice
H. M. Willis, term expired.
One Judge of the SuperiorCourtin and
for the County of San Diego, for the un
expired term ending January, 1891, vice
Edwin Parker, appointed.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County of San Joaquin, for the
unexpired term ending January, 1891,
vice F. T. Baldwin, appointed.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County of Santa Clara, for the un
expired term ending January, 1891, vice
John Reynolds, appointed.
One Judge of the Superior Court in and
for the County ot Sonoma, for the unex
pired term ending January, 1891, vice
Thomas Rutledge, appointed.
And I do nereby offer a reward of $100
for the arrest and conviction of any and
every person violating any of the provis
ions of Title IV, Part I, of the Penal
Code; such rewards to be paid until the
total amount hereafter expended for the
purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand
dollars.
In witness whereof, I, R. W. Water
man, Governor of the State of California,
have hereunto set my hand and caused
the Great Seal of the State to be affixed,
at the City of Sacramento, on this the
twenty-ninth day of September, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eighty-eight.
[seal.] R, W. Waterman,
Governor.
Attest: Wm. C. Hendricks,
Secretary of State.
The Board ot Supervisors of Los Ange -
les County hereby gi\ c notice, pursuant
to the proclamation of the Governor of
the State of California, that an election
will be held throughout Los Angeles
County on Tuesday, the 6th day of
November, 1888.
The polls must be opened at 6 o'clock
on the morning of the day of election
and must be kept open until 7 o'clock on
the evening of the same day, when the
polls shall be closed, at which election
the qualified electors throughout the
County of Los Angeles are to vote for
the following named officers, viz:
Eight Electors of President and Vice-
President.
One Representative to Congress, Sixth
Congressional District.
One State Senator, Thirty-ninth Sena
torial District.
One member of the Assembly, Seven
ty-sixth Assembly District.
One member of the Assembly, Seven
ty-seventh Assembly District. '
One member of the Assembly, Seven
ty-eighth Assembly District.
One Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court, unexpired term.
One Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court, unexpired term.
Two Judges of the Superior Court.
One Judge of the Superior Court, un
expired term.
A Sheriff.
A County Clerk.
An Auditor.
A Recorder.
A Tax Collector.
A District Attorney.
A Treasurer.
A Public Administrator.
A Coroner.
A Surveyor.
A Supervisor in the Second Supervisoral
District.
A Supervisor in the Fourth Super
visoral District.
A Supervisor in the Fifth Supervisoral
District.
Two Justices of the Peace in each of
the judicial townßhips of the county, one
Justice of the Peace in Los Angeles city
township.
Two Constables in each of the judicial
townships of tbe county.
Two City Justices of the Peace in Los
Angeles city.
One Road Overseer in each road dis
trict of the county.
Three Water Commissioners and one
Water Overseer for each water district in
the county.
And it is hereby ordered that the polls
be opened for the purposes set forth in
the foregoing proclamation at the places
herein named and the following named
persons sre hereby appointed Inspectors
and Judges of said election:
Azusa Township—Azusa, at office of
J. C. Jones. G. W. Juden, inspector;
W. H. Adams and John Shelton judges.
Glendora—At Schoolhouse. W. B. Sul
len, inspector; S. E. Correll and John
Rice, judges.
El Monte Township—El Monte, at Bell
& Langstadler's warehouse. J. C. Han
non, inspector; B. H. Paddock and W.
Haddox, judges.
Duarte—At Schoolhouse. J. W. Scott,
inspector: W. Chippendale. 8. F.
Daniels,, judges.
Farmdale—At Five-Mile House. W.
F. Henning, inspector; A. B. Cristy, J.
J. Ferguson, judges.
Monrovia—At Norman's office, J, F.
Banning, inspector; W. C. Bedeau and
C. A, Campbell, judges.
Old Mission—At Puente schoolhouse.
G. McCraig, inspector; L. Farmer and J.
D. Durfee, judges.
Lob Angeles Township—Burbank, at
schoolhouse. W. R. Perkins, inspector;
R. A. Marshall, S. E. R. White, judges.
Glendale—At Crow's office. N. H,
Jay, inspector; Joe Banker, E, T.
Byrom, judges.
Garvanza —At Harnschfeger store. A.
Harnschfeger, inspector; L. M. Corwin,
J. L. Thompson, judges.
La Cailada—AtCrescenta schoolhouse.
C. T. Batty, inspector; C. H. McAr
thurs, W. C. White, judges.
Pasadena Township—North Pasadena,
at southeast corner Fair Oaks. C. 8.
Howard, inspector; G. 8. Barker, Jesse
Mundell, judges.
South Pasadena—At schoolhouse. C.
P. Smith, inspector; H. J. Wright, T.
Edwards, judges.
Pasadena City—Precinct No. 1, at
office C. W. Bell. W. Watkyns, in
spector; H. W. Hynes andF. L. Wright,
judges.
Precinct No. 2, at Pasadena Improve
ment Company, Hopkin's block. A. O.
Bristol, inspector; L. C. Winston, T.
Banbury, judges.
Precinct No. 3, at St. Julien Restaur
ant. Walter Watkyns, inspector; H. G.
Bennet, A. H. Conger, judges.
Precinct No. 4, at No. 12, S, Raymond
street. J. H. Flynn, inspector; W. O.
Swan, Jr., C. B. Brock way, judges.
Lamanda—At Eyestone's office. J. F.
Huntington, inspector; C. D. Curtis, E.
G. Norton, Judges.
Sierra Madre—At schoolhouse. E. G.
Freeman, inspector; N. Minor, P. T.
Reed, judges.
Rowland Township—Covina, at Co
vina real estate office. Jacob Borges,
inspector; J. S. Eckles, J. L. Madden,
judges.
Rcrwland—At Cohn's store. Thos.Row
land, inspector; T. J. Scully, J. M.
Manly, judges.
San Jose Township—City of Pomona.
Precinct No. 1, at Sorby's House. J. K.
Diamond,inspector; James Fulton, J. L.
1 lowland, judges. Precinct No. 2,at
Central Schoolhouse. A. E. Clark, in
spector; R. S. Bassett, Cy. Bnrdick,
judges.
Precinct No. 3 —At South Primary
School-bouse. W. L. Brown, inspector;
Geo. Egan, C. D. Ambrose, judges.
Precinct No. 4—At Armoor, Evans &
Co.'soffice. T.H. Smith, inspector; Da
vid Reed, E. T. Palmer, judges.
Claremont— At Conner's Restaurant .C.
H. Wright, inspector; W. T. Henderson,
F. B. Fass, judges.
Lordsburg—At Carter's Pioneer store
house. J. W. Tincher, inspector; W.L.
Williams, W. P, Rhoads, judges.
Spadra—At schoolhouse. J. M. Fryer,
inspector; J. Malott, A. T. Currier,
judges.
San Gabriel Township—Alhambra, at
hotel. H. L. Wood, inspector; Geo.
Rice, S. H. Stuntz, judges.
San Gabriel—At Bishop's office. Geo.
Goodwin, inspector; C. C. Ray, E. 0.
Bichowski, judges.
San Fernando Township—Las Virgines,
at Vejar Hotel. B. Botiller, inspector;
Dolores Vejar, H. Ijams, judges.
Santa Susana —At schoolhouse. John
Cormichal, inspector; S. D. Newbill, J.
R. Williams, judges.
San Fernando —At schoolhouse. R. A.
Hilley, inspector; E. B. Flack, F. M.
Wright, judges.
Soledad Township—Esperanza, at Es
peranza Hotel. F. Church, inspector;
J. W. Ong, E. M. Spencer, judges.
Elizabeth Lake —At schoolhouse. Jas.
Heffner, inspector; Frank Frakis, John
Cellis, judges.
Lang's—At schoolhouse. John Lang,
inspector; T. H. Mitchell.W. H. Thomas,
judges.
Lancaster—At Sherrer's store. M.
Dinsmore, inspector; S. Tremly, Dr.
Baker, judges.
La Liebre—At La Liebre House.
Thos. Heryford, inspector; H. B. Eyre
and J. H. Hays, judges.
Newhall—At Schoolhouse. W. W.
Jenkins, inspector; W. Forker, J. F.
Powell, judges.
Palmdale—At Mun's store. V. Finch,
inspector; John Munz and J. D. Speck,
judges.
Ravena—At Schoolhouse at Acton.
G. D. Rush, inspector; J. Pallett, D. A.
Wagner, judges.
LOS ANGELES CITY.
First Precinct—At Plata Fino Club,
Truman street, East Los Angeles. Clar
ence E. McKee, inspector; Sherman
Page, C. M. Hayden, judges.
Second Precinct—At N. S. Embody's
real estate office, Downey avenue, E. L.
A., Geo. C. Raper, inspector; D. D.
1 .cdbetter, H. J. Bovee, judges.
Third Precinct—At Transit Real Estate
office, cor. Workman street and Mission,
road—Oliver P. Fraley, inspector; V.
Pernot, L. Williams, judges.
Fourth Precinct—At Engine House,
corner Virgin street and Boyle avenue.
A. N. Herbert, inspector; J. W. L.
Brown, I. N. Cochran, judges.
Fifth Precinct—At 128 Aliso street,
Florida Stables, Wm. Ligon, inspector - r
Charles Ketler, P. N. O'Donnell, judges.
Sixth Precinct—At Collins' Livery
Stable, North Alameda street. John
McGinley, inspector; A. N. Hawthorne,
M. T. Collins, judges.
Seventh Precinct—At southwest corner
Aliso and Alameda streets. John O.
Wheeler, iuspector; Frank S. West, H.
T. D. Wilson, iudges.
Fighth Precinct—At Hafen Block, 71
Wilmington street. F. A. Pooler, in
spector; J. W. Warren, Elmer Schaffer,.
judges.
Ninth Precinct—At 25 Davis street-
R. N. Walton, inspector; N. R. Stanton,
Andrew F. Gavin, judges.
Tenth Precinct—At Kearney's store,
E. Seventh and Warren. W. Butler
inspector; William Underwood, D. 0.
Wilson, judges.
Eleventh Precinct—At 223 E. Second
street. F. P. Noble, inspector; J. W
WolfskiU, Thomas J. Neuner, judges.
Twelfth Precinct—At City Gardens,
San Pedro street. A. J. Cooper, in
spector; Charles V. Miller, J. G. Mc-
Donald, judges.
Thirteenth Precinct—At N. A. Covar
rubias' stable, Los Angeles street. W. T»
Somes, inspector; A. O. Adams, B. H.
Morgan, judges.
Fourteenth Precinct—At northwest cor
ner Wall and East Fifth streets. Geo.
Bruce, inspector; H. H. Spencer, J. F.
McElheney Judges.
Fifteenth Precmct-At car stables north
east corner South Main and Washington
streets; Geo. A. Howard, inspector; E.
H. Edwards, W. N. Green, judges.
Sixteenth Precinct—At southeast cor
ner South Main and Washington streets.
Aurelius O. Damon, inspector; A. C.
Shafer, John Weber, judges.
Seventeenth Precinct—At Pavilion,
Washington Gardens. Reuben Baxter,
inspector; George E. Dixon, W. L. Cun
ningham, judges.
Eighteenth Precinct—At Postoffice sta
tion "G," Washington street. John Mc-
Arthur, inspector; J. K. Mulkey, George
Sinsabaugh, judges.
Nineteenth Precinct—At Palace Livery
Stable, W. Pacheco street. L. C. Pres
ton, inspector; J. H. Mulford, Casey
Smith, judges.
Twentieth Precinct—At 813 S. Main
street, between Ninth and Tenth. Benj
Bryant, inspector; A. T. Bell, E. Eli
Hewitt, judges.
Twenty-first Precinct—At N. E corner
Pico and Pearl streets. J. M. Brace

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