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ALL ARE COUNTED.
Complete Results of the
City Election.
SUTRO'S FLATTERING VOTE
More Than That of All the
Others Combined.
QLYNN ELECTED FOR RECORDER.
Whelan Wins the Sheriff Fight Over
McNab, and Curry Defeats
Haley for Clerk.
The weary work of counting the votes
cast for municipal candidates at the city
election last Tuesday was completed last
night shortly before midnight. Most of
the vote was in several boars earlier, but
pome of the precinct officers were very
Blow, and the usual Hitches at the
Registrar's office kepi back the compila
tion of the figures.
At last, however, the 293 precincts were
all heard from, and the result can now be
announced. The late figures make no
changes in the most important offices
from the lore-casts of the partial returns.
Sutro received more votes thau all of his
competitors combined. The same is true
of Freese for Public Administrator. Siebe
will succeed himself as Assessor and Mc-
Nab has been defeated by Whelan. The
subjoined table tells the tale, however,
lt is as follows:
MAYOR.
Adoiph Sutro (P. P.) 30.676
C C. O'Donnell (I.; A. C. L.. U. L.) 12.54S
1. K. Ellert (X. P.. X.) 11,275
Jefferson G. James (I>.) 4,376
N. E. Kelsey (S. L.) 258
C. B. Williams (T.) 192
AUDITOR.
William Broderick (D., N. P.) 26.388
Frank D. Worth (H.) „ 21.662
John B. Euckstell (P. P.) 3.('88
William 1. . Dorman (P.) 059
Thomas Keogh (1.) 496
ASSESSOR.
John D Stebe (**". P.) 19 671
Edward B. Read (R) 17.232
William J. Bryan (D.) .' 15.055
MarfeStrouse (1., C. L.) 2,895
Clarence .ene Ayer (P. P.. I) 1.601
11.1. Sahlender (S. L.) 687
D. T. Mershon (P.) 375
SHERIFF.
Richard I Whelan (D.) 21.775
•lame- McNab (X. P.) 19,7*3
William J. Buddick (U. 1... R ) 13.927
PrescottL. Archibald (P. P.) 1.981
Nicholas Morcom (P.) , 246
TAX COLLECTOR.
James X. Block (X.P., D.) 23.813
John J. Moran (A.C.L., R.) 16,324 1
George W. H. Patterson (P. P., O. 1t.).. 13,40-- |
August Lntge (S.L.) 863 j
David Booth (P.) 44.
TREASURER.
James H. Widber (L".I .. R., N.P.) 28.147
Christian Reis (I). 21.76*5
Joseph A. Davis (P.P. 4,216
■'. K. Adams (P.) 49--
RECORDER.
Thomas J. Glynn (D.) 22.100
James B. Alien (ti.) 20.831
Anton Roman (N.P.) 0,128
Henry C. Lan.rehr < IM'.. U.L.) 6 11')
bamuel Fear (P.) 500
COUNTY CLERK.
Charles F. Curry (R.) 506
M. C. Haley (U.L.. li.. N.P.) 25.-93
George W. Van Guelpen (P.P.) 4.074
James J. Maionev (I.) 709
Frederick Head (P.) 386
DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
William S.Barnes (R ) 23.729
John T. «*reany (I)) 20,446
Barclay Henley (N.P.) 7.449
Prank A. Catteru (P. P.) 2.717
John Heenan rl.) 4*4
Leonard E. McLellan (P.. V. L.) £88
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR.
Harry T Creswell (U. L., D., N. P.) 27.503
Charles H. Jackson (R ) 23.167
J. C. Watson (P.P.) 3.942
CORONER.
William J. Hawkins (R.) 22.012
K. L. P.i.don (t . L. N. P.) 16.124
Alfred E. Blase (B.) 13.507
Parsball Adam Terry (P.P.) 3,275
E. A. Bohro.CL* 972
Fern C. Cook (P.) 471
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR.
A. C. Preese (N. P.. D.) 91.323
Eugene .Tames Ensign (P. P.) 12>53
Otis P. Wilier (R.) 11.303
Emerson B. Lane (P.) , 559
SURVEYOR.
Charles S. Tilton (C. L., R.) 23 267
William 31. Htzhugn (l».) £0,205
E. L. Van der Nalllen (N. P.) 7.615
Charles Henry Holcomb 'P.P.) 3.643
SUP'T OF PUBLIC STREETS, HIGH
WAYS AN SQUARES.
Tbomas Asbworth (D.) , 21,315
John Dill Thompson (P. P.) 12.014
E. G. Pierce (li. L.R.) 11.627
C. E. Grunsky fN. P.) 10,8-JO
P. A. Doland.) 774
Richard H. Woods (P.) 2-iO
SUPER'DENT OF* PUBLIC SCHOOLS,
Andrew J. Moulder (U. L., R., A. C. L.) 23,865
Young (R.) 21,175
R. D. Faulkner (X. P.) 5,878
Dan Lambert (P.P.) .... 4,193
JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT.
James V. Coffey (U L., D.. V P.) 28.951
William R. Dalu|-erneId(C.L.,D.,N.P.) 24.141
Edward A. Belcher (R., N. P.) 2:',4_0
George H. Bahrs (R.) 23.224
Walter H. Levy (V. L., D.) 22,597
Prank H Dunne (D.) 21. 808
Davis I.oii-ierbsck (R.) 20,491
Felix H.Merzbach (8., N. P.) -0,056
William '1. l-.a_.ett (P. P.) 6.180
Peter Oldrich Chilstrom (P. P.) 3.8*7
Abrara W. Thompson (P. P.) 3,698
James Palatlue Dameron (P. P.) 3,48:
George W. Fox (A. C. L„ U. L.) 2,475
H. M. tdC-BI (I.) 1.691
JUDGES OF THE POLICE COURT.
Charles T. Conlan (U. L..D.. N.P.) 28.399
''banes A. Low (P... X. P.) 27.398
James A. Campbell (0. L., R.) 2.' '."-6
Henry L. Joachlmseu (R., X. P.) 20,481
Flnliiy Cook (X. P., D.) 19.772
M. M. Foote (U. L., D.I 16.101
"Samuel H. Regensbur.er (D.) 16.070
Charles Grant Nai;,e (P. P. L.L.) 13.634
K. M.Smith (P. p.)... 12.210
Kben Barker Williams (P. P.) 11,117
John H. Roberts (R.) 9.018
P. A. Horn-lower (a. ('. L.. I.) 4,488
Charles Granville Johnson (P.P.) 3,680
JUSTICES OF' THE PEACE.
Frank H. Kerrlg-n (0. I_, R.j 29.322
G. XV. P. Cook (0. L.. R) 23 87-
Gotlob C. Groezlnger(R.) 23253
J. E. Barry ( L . L.. *_„ X. P.) "... 20 9.9
John A. Carroll (U., X. p.) 20,834
John J. Kennedy (U.) ,',, 19-188
Alfre I J. Fritz (D.) 18,952
Charles Wesley Reed (I).. N.P.) .. 16 584
Charles A. Reynolds (P. P.) 15 892
William M. Madden (R., X. P.) 16*784
August Quits >w (P. P.. U. L.) 13*610
Kenneth Williams (P. P., D.) l*'s«l
W. XV. McXair(N.P.) 6 , 7
Leander Shores (P. P.) 4758
John Martin Yerdenal (P.P.) 3,824
P. J. Flannlean (I.) 3 031
Henry Warfleld (A. C. L.. U. L.) 2,615
W. Mansfield (I.; 2 069
James C. Oinistead (I.) 1.211
SUPERVISOR FIRST WARD.
Joseph King (U. U. ).... , 25.461
John 31. Klein (N. P.. D.) 22,977
Frederic- lenience Wehland (P. P.)... 3374
William Mangan(A. C. L.) -.... 1,353
SUPERVISOR SECOND WARD.
Peter A. Scully (U. L., D.) 13,116
Frederick >. Jones (R.) 13,016
Herbert Stanley de Rocbemont (P. P). 12,450
William Ranblneer (N. P.) .. 8.265
Henry L. Urtinmel (P.) 466
SUPERVISOR THIRD WARD.
Charles E. Benjamin (R ;..... 25.242
C. W. Xevln (i . L. D., N. P.) 20.P4.*>
James K. Philips (P. P.) 3.786
James W. Burling (A. C. L.) 1,716
Henry F.Eden (P.) 690
SUPERVISOR FOURTH WARD.
Alhponse illrsch (C. L., D.) 19,161
Arthur to. Ebbets (R.) , 32.980
Jason Will ism *. ash (P. P.) 12,692
Jonn N. Elbert (X. P.) 7,505
Theodor Krause (S. L.) 1,215
Heney P. Collin (P.) 968
SUPERVISOR FIFTH WARD.
Joseph I. Dlmond (U. L., V.) 18.736
Ken-rick B. Soule (K.) 16,082
W. A. Murison (S. P.) 14,600
"William Shew (P. P) 4.204
Thos. S. Courau (P) *31
SUPERVISOR SIXTH WARD.
Edward V. Hughes "K., N. P.) 19.032
Frederics Moss (».) 17,468
William K. Lane (1.. ILL.) 10.634
Urban Allison Lewis (P. P.) 3.785
Richard McCargar (P.) 317
SUPERVISOR SEVENTH WARD.
Chris. Hunker (O. L.. 11., N.P.) 28,829
.Michael Kane (D.) 17.031
Thos H. Vivian (P. P.) 4,423
Thomas L. Kaen (A. L.) 1,159
T. F. Burns (S. L.J 721
Peter Phelan (L) ; 584
Ira N. Stanley (P.) 428
SUPERVISOR EIGHTH WARD.
Charles 1.. Taylor 'IL. N. P.) 27.09*1
P.itrifk Iloland (I).) 19,643
Geo. 'Hustle Uaden (P.P.) ::. -ot;
Samuel H. Kent (U. L.. A. C. L.) 1,256
C. F. f-cbadt (S. L.) HIS
C. A. Maydwell (P.) -.8
SUPERVISOR NINTH WARD.
Alfred W. Morgenstern (K.) 23.024
Hermann P. (ii'e-ken (I. D.) 19.-05
DeCourrey M Goodsell (N. P.) 6.838
hdinunii MrNevin (P. P.) 3,910
H. Warnecke Jr. (8 1,.) 771
Thos. S. Harrison (P.) 531
SUPERVISOR TENTH WARD.
Adoiph P. Spreckels (U. L , X,) 26,230
William M. lilnton (N. P.. D.) Ifl, "15
Fred J. Vet (P. P.) 8,427
-1 J. Mcbriae A. C. L.) 1.551
1.. T. Kiugslcy (S. L.) ,675
Homer C. Dray (P.) 441
SUPERVISOR ELEVENTH WARD.
J K. C. Hobbs (N. P.. X.) -5.177
hrnuit Lester (.>.) 22,443
Mar- L. MeCord (P. P.. U. L.) 2,711
S. A. LeaiUßW.il (S. L.) 1,121
K. J. lfarbce (P.) .75
SUPERVISOR TWELFTH WARD.
Edward 1,. Wa.ner (V. L., D.) 19,7**8
("rove P. Ayers (K.) 14.068
James Pen-on Kublnsoo (P.P.) 12.-01
Kiliolt M. Hoot (N. P.' 4,934
M. C. Baker (P.) 38"
BOOK. DIRECTORS.
HanryL. Dodge (R.) 24.431 I
Charles B. Stone (8., N. P.) 23,281 I
William P. Ambrose (D.) 2;*, 100
A. Comte Jr. (N. P.. I>.) _-..')•_;
Charles A. Clinton (U. L.. D.) 542
Thomas B. Career (D.) 342 i
Chart- s A. Murdock (L. L.. X, N. P.;.. 21.212 ;
Enmiett 1". Barrett (ii.) 21.106
Andrew ilcElroy (K.) 20.344
T. V. Maxwell (U. 1., N. P., It.) 20.286
H. C. Henderson (P. P.,]-.) 20.155
Charles 11. Hawley (U. L., 1;., P. P.) 20,042
l'clhaiii W. Ames (N. P.) 932
Henry T. Scott (R.) 19.83**
Iran- J. Symmes (U. L.. R., N. P.) 19,672
T. A. Rottanzi (1. L, I).) 19,067
Charles A. Bant I (l».) 18.148
John li. Gray (P. P.) 16 304
1-. H. Stable ( -.) 17.102
Charles & Perkins (N. P.) 15.933
David S. Morris (D.) 15,772
Au.nst Tillman (U. L.. D ) 14.715
James XV. Duncan (D. 1.., D.) 13.92">
William Wallace (P. P.) 1^.742
George E. Dow (K.) 12,488
William Haas (R.) 10.79:'
Robert Brscg (D.) , 10.694
Hugh Teris (U. L., I).. N. P.) 10.14 .
J. 11. Kosewaid (N. P.) 0.156
Allan st, J. Bowie Jr. (N. P.) 6.03 i
Louis Philip Bolander (V. L.. P. P.) 5,305
Gustave Gutsch (N. P.) 5,204
W. B. Hartiaetoa (N. P.) 4.983
William Charles Brown (P.P.) 4.501
John A. Miller (U. 1... P. P.) 3,'s'J
John Greenlees (P. P.) t,3* >
Aaron Waseh rp. P.)... 2.895
Theodore llarrv Collett (P., P. P.) -.- hud
Daniel Webster McNeill P. P.) 2.856
J. J. Cavaraugh (I.) 2,625
Mrs. Christine ilecht (S. L.) --,104 j
Frederic William Warren (O. L.. P. P.). 1.851 1
Mrs. Henrietta K. Brown (P.) 1,673
A. Co ti(**. L.) 1,056 I
D. P. Dnlan (I.) ... 1.652
T. J. Barrln.ton (L) 1,563
Mrs. L. M. Carver (P.) 1.557
Charles D. Maguire (I.) 1,284
J. XV. Spencer (I.) 1.274
"Mrs. Bote M. lr» tic 1 (P.) 1, 2!)
Mrs. Nellie B. Ey.ter (P.) 1,137
Henry C George (P.) 1,128
Mrs J. L. Hltdebrand (P.) 1,086
Robert P. Munu (P.) 979
Mrs. E. McKlnler (P.) 9-7
Roy A. Daniel- 'P.) 563
Walter Hornibrook (I ) 871
Mr-. Dorcas 4. Spencer (P.) S4(j
Edward Liddle(l.) Bio
j J. (1 Leikens (1.) ; 708
I P.Mlnaty (I ) 658
J. H. Smith (P.) 047
FREEHOLDERS.
Marcus H. Ilecht (U. L.,l*. P.) 22.423
Louis Moss Jr. (It.) 21 380
Irving M.Scott (R.) 20.960
Henry N. Clement (R.) 19,!i-:'i
• Joseph Brilton (S. P ) 18.637
Stewart Meusies < -». P.) , 18.190
Gustave H. Umbsen (R.) 17 707 .
W. B Bourn (N. P.) 17 252
Colin M. Boyd (D.) 17,217
William P. Gil-son (N. P.) 17,096 !
I. W. Bellman (D.) 16.939
Jerome A. Anderson (P. P., U. L.) 3 5,853
J.J. OM-.rien (D.) 15.-06
I. J. "lrurnan l -. P.) 14,8.8
Patrick Ready (D.) 14,767
George T. Mi rye Jr. (l>.) 14.0-6
James Eva (D. L, P. P.) 14, "'59
Alfred Bouvier ( ti.) 11357
W.J. Cuthbertson (P. P., U. L.) 14.253 |
Joseph O'Connor (i».) 14 ' 059 ,
S. P. Long (U. L.. P. P.) 13,918
J. XV. Whiting (N. P.) 13,517
William M. I'ierson (D.) 11,327 '■
Isaac N. Waiter (D.) 12.774 I
Samuel M. sbortridge (R.) I -,514
John J. Mahoney (It.) 332
l.u.iwig Aitsebal (N.P.) 12,218
P. G. Galpm (N. P.) 10,832
0. P. helis (N. Pi 10.239
E. J. La Ureton (N. P.) 10.061 |
A. If. Loughborough (S. **.) 9.9*8 1
Prank J. Sullivan (N.P.) 9,923
A. C. Hirst (N. P.) 9.115
E. W. McKlnitry (N. P ) 9,104 ;
George H. Hawes (U. L., P. P.) 0.412'
S. H. Denpy (P. P.) 5.K11
K. H. Knight (U. L., P. P.) 5.788 !
Benjamin Roinalne (N. P.) 5.763
Nelson C. Hawks (V. }„. P. P.) 6,683
Joseph smith (U. L..P. P.) 4,723
J W. Swales (U. L., P. P.) 4. .16
XV. McLaughlin (I. L ) 3.976
J. Mogan (U. L.) '3,686 ,
JUDGE OP THK SUPERIOR COURT—
Unexpired Term Ending Jan. 1, 1895.
William O. Krittan (R..M. P.) 19.625 I
Thomas A. McGowan (I».) 12,296 I
Jame& Palatine Dameron (P. P.) 4,673 i
SUPERVISOR THIRD WARD Unex- i
pired Term Finding Jan. I, 1895.
C. W. Nevin (0. L. D.. X. P.) 1,031
Charles E. Benjamin (R) 9.0
SCHOOL DIRECTORS-Unexpired Term
Ending Jan. 7, 1895.
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Democrat, D.: Republican. B.; Non-Partisan,
N. P.- People's party. P. P.: Prohibition. P.: In
dependent, 1.: United Labor. U. L ; Socialist I. a
bor. S. L. : Anti-Chinese La.or, A. C. L.
SPIRITUALIST FRAUD.
One of American Production Caught
in Paris.
New York, >!ov. B. —A dispatch from
Paris says: The sensation of Aw hour
here is the exposure of the celebrated
American spiritual medium, Mrs. Mary
Williams of New York. She arranged to
hold seances in St. Petersburg. Berlin and
The Hague, and proposed to come to
Paris first. At tins place a trap was laid.
While Mrs. Williams was materializing
spirits a tall Swede pinioned Macdonalii,
young Lemaire seized the spirit, which
proved to be a doll, and other persons
lighted the candles. ?• ■'-
Mrs. Williams was discovered to be in
man's attire. Slip tried to escape, but wag
captured and compelled to refund all the
money she had received at her seances.
Then she was threatened with arrest.
She hastily fled In England.
Convicted of Smuggling.
Louis Hauueustelo, who was arrested two
years .bo for smuggling ten boxes of opium off
the steamer Acaptilco, was tiled and convicted
In the Unit' d States District Court vestei day
afternoon. Judge Morrow sentenced him to
three months' confinement at Sin Quentin.
Custom-House Changes.
Collector Wise has removed Warehouse Clerk
D. M. Coey, Appraiser's Clerk R. 11. Wilcox
and Day Inspector E. L. Chaloner "lor the
good of the service." U. H. Jones, A. Cardoza
and F. W. Lynch have been appointed In their
places.
Press Club Meeting.
a eeneral meetlnß of members of the Tress
Clnb will be held this (Friday) aderuoon In the
Red Room of the Bohemian Club to select a
location for 'be new quarteis or the Press Club.
A lull attendance Is especially desired.
Cassasa's Band Will Play.
Cas-iasa's California Exposition baud will
Elve another prand conceit at Sutra's baths on
o U^al •t'ernoon nut betw.en the hours of
Z and 4. There will be ' complete cl,au of
progi amme. ■
THE MORNING CALL, SAX FRANCISCO, FRIDAY, XOVEMBER 0, 1594.
ALAMEDA'S VOTE.
Complete Returns From
Over the Bay.
SEVERAL CLOSE CONTESTS.
White for Sheriff, Garlick for
Superintendent.
NECK AND NECK FOR TREASURER
Laymance, Sanford and Herrscher
Are All Claiming the
Office.
The complete vote of Alameda County is
in. Ii cives Estee 1313 more votes than
Pudd, while in 18891 Harrison carried the
county over Cleveland by 1600 votes.
Judge Ileushaw for the Supreme bend
scored the remarkable vote of 12,169. while
Temple received 8403. Morehouse sot over
400 votes less thau Wells, his chief com
petitor, and Phillips was beaten by Clark
for Kailroad Commissioner by about 400
votes.
In the local offices. Dalton for Assessor,
White for Sheriff, Garlick for School Su
perintendent are safe, while Laymance.
San ford and Herrscher lor Treasurer ran
neck and neck, with Laymance IS votes
ahead of Sanford and S*ntord only 8 votes
ahead of Herrscher. Precinct 7in the
Twentieth Ward is to bear from and may
chance the result entirely, but at any rata
it will take the official Count to decide, and
there may yet be a contest over the oflice,
as the Populists are claiming Saufora did
not have a fair count.
One of tHe inspectors in the Seventh
Precinct of the Second Ward was hunted
up last nii-lit and gave the folio win-*; as
the returns on County Treasurer: Lay
mance 71, Sanlotd li;*, Herrscher 2;'. Tim
makes the totals rend: Laymance 5397,
Sanford 6372, Herrscher 5329. This com
pletes the vote in Alameda County and
elects L'-ynianca by a plurality of 25 over
Sanford.
The vote complete ia the county is as
follows:
GOVERXOR.
-M. M. Fstee (P..) 8 '*'.'«
J. B. Budd (U.) t0,983
J.V.Webster (I'eo.) 4.5.4
11. French (P.) 0.--7
LIKUTJ-NANT-OOVI-RNOB.
8. G. Millard (K.) 8.579
xv. T." Jeter (D.) 6.555
A." J. Gregg (Peo.) 3.910
C. H. Duun (P.) 446
SECRETARY OF STATE.
1.. 11. Brown (R.) 9,905
B. M. Madd x (D.) 6,235
M. M. Mc-lynn (Peo.) 3,"-97
K. G. Waite(ind.) 401
M. C. W Incbester (Pro.) -.si
tOXTltiil.l.l K.
E. P. Colgan (It.) 7.577
J. B. Dure (Peo.) 6,363
M. Meagher (D.) 4,71.1
H. C. Xeedhain (Pro.) 3.6
TREASURER.
1.. Rackliile (11.) 9,801
J. C.Castro (D.) 4.774
J. >'. Barton (Peo.) 4,115 I
\v. 11. Ilagoon (Pro.) 499
. I<,KN!:V-f,l_.NKllAl..
XV. P. PitzgeraiU (K.) 7.249
L. Lackel (i'eo.) 6,547
A. B. Paris (D.) _,*>_■■
U. P. Borland (Pro.) 55.- I
SURVKYOK-08-XKRA*.. ,
D. M. Angler (B.) 4,733
L. p. Bassett (Peo.) 3 767
M. J. Wright (R-) 3,711
G. Spurrier (Pro.) 447
CLERK OF THE SUPREME COURT.
T. H. Ward (H.) 9346
P. W. Mi -'.i -.1-.- (i>.) 5.047
L. M. Landsborongb (Peo.) 3.714
W. P. Netlmtoti tiro.) 544
SUPER! NTKNIIKNT IK POIUC INSTRUCTION.
R. T. Black (It.) 8.115
C. B. ,-«ymth (D.) a.323
N. A. Klcharasou (Peo.) 3.7i0
IL >. Burns (P.) 437
SUPERINTENDENT Of STATE PRINTING.
J. J. Curry , li.) 8,785
A. . I. .loin -to : (It.) 7.934
E. C. llurllieit (Peo.) 3.793
a. ii. She-baa (P.) 572
ASSOCIATE JUSTICES SUPREME COURT.
lull term.
F. XV. 11-ii-iiaw (R.) 12,169
J. Temple (i>. >.. 8.403
K. M. Gibson (P«*o.) _. 354
P. S. Torrenee (R.) 4,178
.1. K. Murphy (U.) 4.003
>. M. Back (.Pro.) _."."'-
R. Thompson (!'.) . ..." 454
W. I). Gould (P.) -. is I
ASSOCIATE JUSTICES SUPREME COURT.
Short term.
W. Van Fleet (R.) 7,5.*0
A. Da-gett (I'eo.) -',981
1-.. a. Brldgeford (i>.) 4 »<-,,j 1
M.D. Burst (P.) 4ss I
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS.
S. G. Hiiborn (It.) 9 37' i
xv. B. hn--u_h , I).; ;;;; ,-,4.j
XV. A. Vann (Peo.) ""** 3. 018
JU B. tic ran lon (P.) 4.2
BOABI) OF EQUALIZATION.
T. D. Wells (D.) 7 633
L. C. Morehouse (K.) 7,210
, is. C. f Heeler (Pea) ."..."."" 4*006
:O. A. Lave (P.- " *692
KAll.Wl.Ui COMMISSIONER.
W.R. Clark (B.) --,--4,3
I XV. xv. Pniiiips (v.) 613;
I a Bretz (Peo.) - c '„ 53
, 11.L.1...... (P.) .<*>.. "373
SUPERIOR JDSGES.
John Ellsworth (R.) „ 049
F. B. "gden (8., N I') 8 9 08
i H. b McK.ee (D., N. P.) 6 729
B. If. Bergen (D.) 4,05.3
Benjamin Morgan (t'eu.) 3 155
.1. 11. Local (Peo.) ;. 3*130
I Leonard S. Clark (P.) -,_,(•
SHERIFF.
C. it. White (Peo.) 6. 56 s
L. Bchaffer («.; 6,093
I Robert Mi'Billicau (D.) 4.987
Barry X. Morse (Ind., >. P.) " 2*817
XV. 11. Bone (P.; -J45
Joseph Br.'Wa (linl.) "gi,
COUNTY RECORDER.
Charles Bpear (K.) 7 246
B. W.Tnurma'ii (Peo.) 6*409
J. K. lioiincs Jr. ID.) " ' 4.iii
1.. S. Flora (N. P., "7 2*148
11. B Land (P.) '•.70
COUNTY CLERK.
F. C. Jordan (It.) 8,671
A. l'.isb, roii.li (D.) '.'.'.". 7^185
B.W. Kraft (Peo.) 2 .492
J. XV. Tompkins (N. P.; " " '710
H.J. Waters (P.) . ***" --^
D. A. Sinclair (Ind.) ...'.'.'.'. 114
TAX COLLECTOR.
Barber (P... N. P.) 90
J.J. Hani On Jr. (i nil , D.) 6 t ..^
J. X, s-nilTiaui-li (I'eo.) " ' 3'7]4
A. J. McMurtr/ (P.) "*-** '307 !
COUNTY AUDITOR.
M. Whldden (R.) » 187
W. H. loon, ls (Peo.) ""-"" 5a -
XV. A. line (I).) '..'.'."" 4"85
A. J. Burguer (P.) „ '^
DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
<*. K. Snook (R.) 7011
T. 1. <.arrlty(l».) ' 6 '^
J. W. Want (N.P.) * 3**.Q*£
N. J. M-liaUll (I'eo.) ; _|'<IH4
F. W. Sawyer (P.) .._* '%?£
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR.
W. 11. Knight (li ) -,<,„._,
A. 1-onte (U.) , 6.192
1". lonian (I'eo., N. P.) _ 793
A. K. Crawford (F.) OHO
ASSESSOR.
Henry P. Dalton (N. P.) 6.687
John ('. Mays (D.) 6,164
Robert S. Leckie (K.) 4 # 03
Daniel Stuart (Peo ). - 2,864
Eugene Wilcox (P.) 220
COUNTY TREASURER.
J. XV. Lavtnance (D.) 6,326
11. 31. ; , f., r( i (Peo.) ; 6.309
Joseph Herrscher (K.) 6,306
tJeorgn Cliase (Ind.) 2.029
J. B. Burpee (N. P.) 1.5-9
Reuben Wland (P.) , 233
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.
J. P. Garlic* (I'eo. and N. P.) 6,887
G.W. met (X ) 5.857
I. <). Crawford (D.) 4,143
Pred M. Campbell (lnd.) 3,346
Fanny M. Pugh (P.) • 333
CORONER.
R. O. Baldwin (IL) 8.761
J. E. Geary (I' ) 6.931
A. F. riiil<ls (Peo.) 3,33 , _
N. XV. Leitch fX P.) 847
S. A. Greene (P.) 294
snRvr.YOR.
G. 1.. Xusbaumer (It.) 7.496
R. Wheeler Jr. (Pop.) 5.976
E. C. Prather (>.) 4,106
I. N. Chapman (*>. P.) 1.289
A. B. Taynton (P.) .j,-.. ;
SENATE— TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT.
E. 8. Denlson (R.) 1,923
J. (i Bullock (D.).. 1,429
«*. Ij. Pierce (Ind. B.) 1,317
K. Stuart (Peo.).. ;.,.. 1,1 *.»
T. li. Montgomery (P.) gg
f-KXATF— TWENTY-KIOHTH DISTBtCT.
J. 1.. Beard (K.) 9,425
11. J. O'Neill (U.).. 1,987
8. A. 'I'aft (Peo.). . 399
J. Keep (P.) 77!7.7.77 -7 174
ASSEMBLY— FORTY-SIXTH DISTRICT.
F. R. Kassett (R.). 1,162
XV. W. Slendeti-all •*_».) 1,048
W. W. Brown (P-o l 983
T. li. BBS-Sell A...'..'..'. *.'. *»*"
ASSEMBLY, FORTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT.
.'. A. Waymire (R). " 1,884
M. L. Haw-son (D.) "' 907
U. Majors (Pe0.)... "" ' 7*.'2
C. K. >aylor(lnd.. *. 51 1
M. V. Bishop (*".).... ..'.■.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 33
ASSEMBLY, FORTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT.
Robert (jay (R.) ..." 999
S. Bachrach (D.).. '" o*4
D. K. Kora (Pe...).... ." 6315
F. Laidlaw (lnd. R.) '. 285
0. R. McDonald (P.). 7.7 7." .7 *'-
ASSEMBLY. KORTY-XtN'TH DrSTRICT.
J. B. McDonald {!>.). 856
li. M. Collin* (1t.).... 845
K. Mctiulre (P.-...) .. '.'.' " 810
P. McCargar (P. >.. . '. 476
K. li. McCleilan (lnd. r').\". "-'•0
ASSEMBLY, FIKTIKI'K DISTRICT.
11. H. North (R.) 1,273
S. GoodeoougU (I'eo.) * Sti'.i
J. J. Jrarrell (>'.).... ** 600
L. E. Varner (P.) "".* 47
ASSEMBLY, FIFTY-FIRST DISTRICT.
C. G. Dodge (R.) 1,315
H. S. Fitch (Peo.) 7" £91
K. J. Prlugle (D).... " "" 761
XV. H. Latourette (1*.)...\7. 88
-UfEßVlboll, SECOND DISTRICT.
.1. R. Talbot (it )... 1.515
C. A. Brown (D.) 1,383
1. P. Parsons (N. P.) " 403
xv. Ben wick "* 362
R. R. Rule (P.) *.' 41
SUFERVISOK, THIKP DISTRICT.
XV. 11. Church (R.) 1,088
F. Wild (U.) 613
A. A. D.unlsoii (Peo.j 0--8
E. Everett (lad. It.) 386
xv. WaUinsou (lnd. li.) 346
B. L. scbmldt (■**. p.) 143
R. J. Hunter (P.)... 44
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, OAKLAND CITY.
J. J. Allen (R.) 4,110
I. V. Wood (R., N.P.) 3,-3**
W. D. Foote (N. P., D.j 9,8*5
XV, J. Donovan (I).. Pec.) 9,589
J. R. Filey (Peo.) 1.059
W. Heaton (Intl. K.j 994
P. V. Chamberlain (P.) **-9
H. L. Rose (P.) 19»
JUSTICE OF THE JJKACK, OAKLAND TOWNSKIF.
K. C. ('lift (R.) 3.'83
11. 8. Aldrich (N. P.) 2.314
11. A. Luttrell (D.) 1 907
XV. J. Oeiesby (leo.) 1,472
J. P. Hays (P.) 271
CONSTABLE, OAKLAND TOWNSHIP.
C.us A. Koch (Pro.) 2.607
.i F. Creels. (H.) 2,626
J. M. Page (H.) 2 157
M. If. Keating (D ) 1.980
F.bwe-ney (D.) 1,1-08
O. a. Fawcett (N. P.) 1.628
XV. E. Blote (N. P.) 1.534
U.S. Ferris (Peo.) 1,483
N. B. Vail (Ind. R.) «**«
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, BERKELEY.
C. R. Lord (N. P.) 422
K. li. "-haw (R.) '-** ;
Luke Byrne (D.) 235
S.--W Pen well (R., N.P.) 220
C. T. XV. Richter (0., Pc ..) 101
D. U. McDonald (P.) 38
O. G. May (P.) 3o
JUSTICE OK THE PEACE, ALAMEDA TOWNSHIP.
(.. A. Bwasey (K.) 828
Henry Morris (R.) ... 784
8. B.Page(Peo.) 716
W. K. Sullivan (D) 621
A. P. stlefvater (D.) 338
A. Innes dud.)- 372
1- N. Chapman ( >. P. ' 212
.1. ... Hurley (Peo.) 193
Oscar 8. Movsel (N. P.) 121
J. D. Rodgers (Pro.). 93
CONSTABLE, ALAMEDA TOWNSHIP.
H. XV. yon Kanff (N. V ■) 1,015
C. M. Day (B 1 911
J. 11. Bantu (R.. N. P.) 747
I*. H. 01.e.i .Peo.) 60-
M. Glas (D.) 499
K. McCully (D.> 3. I
K. IL Jack. on (Peo.) 219
JUSTICE OF THK BROOKLYN TOWNSHIP.
C. C. Marsh (D.) 708
James Larue (lud.) 659
E. L. Lawrence (It.. N. P.) 655
K. a Moody (Peo.) 408
W. M. A-t.-.l (md.) 1. 0
II nam Gilbert (P.) 36
CONSTABLE— BROOKLYN TOWNSHIP.
(' F. eld. hi (I'eo.. N. P.) 749
.1. W. u:aze (R.) 607
P. L. White (.ud. ti.) 459
V. Glial din (!>.,> 19
B. James (lnd. IC) 35 -'
J. U. Clara.c (I'eo) *_78
F. H. Giffor.i (B.i 261
G. F. Calourc* li.U.) 252
.1. Mulgrew (D.) : il
i.. XV. Flick (N. P.J 165
Vfl 11. -.curat-* (nd. R.) 125
JUSTICE OK THE PEACE— EDEN TOWNSHIP.
.1. Plinental (D.) 7. '7
.1. K. I'll lon (D.) 696
John Driver (It.) 48 i
V. J. Russell P.. N. P.) •'Ol
J. D. Au tin (Peo.) '. 38
A. i.ovelaad (R) 220
F. M. Pratt (Pm.) 190
CONSTABLF— EDEN TOWNSHIP.
J*. A. Gallet (D.. N. P.) 801
W. .1. Parnate (K.» Ti:-
Q. F. oin-niiuller (D., N. P.) 5;57
.'. H. BaFekes (R.) 5-8
C. item (I'eo.) IPO
V. .**crobogna (Peo.) 75
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE— WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP
P. Sancinoldt (H.) :;76
K. Richmond i . N. P.) 330
]•:. P.. I horap-on (1.*.. N. P.) _;y
.1. XV. Chamberlain (D.) ••71
.1. B. Barnard (li.) a;-7
CONSTABLE— WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP.
8. Wales (P.. i 391
S. B. Vandervoort It.) 303
.1. A. Ir.trv (D , N. P.) ;;^ (
XV. T. Ralph (Ind) "{O.
W-. 11. Neamltu (Ind.) j.t>7
J. XV. Smith (N P.) 03
JUSTICES .'I 111 PEACE— MURRAY TOWNSHIP.
w. liropbv (D.j i.-js
J. ii. Taylor (it.) '..'. ,;,");
A. C. Valid ,-i v.. in I (K.) _.■)■
M.K.Mac- (D.j "... -_ 0 .
.i M. Meuilrutiall ( i'eo.) ]'.'. S5
J. L. Baueys (Peo.) " -1-
CONSTABLE— MURRAY TOWNSHIP.
L. 1 vsier (D ) 30,1
li. S. llt.gerald (H.) '.'.'.'.'.'.'..". ';.;,.;
W*H.Galway(R.) ."..7.7 .03
J. B. Walton (ii.< ... "' v*(i
W. W.Kealy (Peo.) .7 .'...111"'.'.'. 75
Assembly Constitutional Amend- *, Yes..- 8844
ment No. 8 '....J N0.... 1,252
Senate Constitutional Amendment") Yes.... 7,974
■*" J No 2.894
Assembly Constitutional Amend. *t Yes.... 7,722
ment No. 7 ) No. ... 2.464
Assembly ((institutional Amend-*) Yes.... 6,724
ment No. 12 /no 2,730
Senate Constitutional Amendment Yes.... 5,746
-**•<•• 17 JN0.... --'.477
Senate Constitutional Amendment*) Yes... 4.443
N0.7 J N0.... 2.476
Senate Constitutional Amendment) Yes... 7,431
>'«• 16 J N0... 4.369
i.
Assembly Constitutional Amend) Yes... 6,077
mentNo.3l J N0.... 2.7C1
Senate Constitutional Amendment*) Yes... 3:3
No. 20 JN0.... «,797
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SOLD AT
WINNING PRICES!
I no 3 cod if
COUNTED HIM OUT
McNab Defeated by Order
of the Bosses.
MADE HIM A SPECIAL MARK.
Wholesale Frauds in a Large
Number of Precincts.
URGED TO DEMAND A RECOUNT.
Incomplete Returns Made to the
Registrar-One Man Stole a
Bundle of Ballots.
Chris Buckley can no more resist the al
lurements of political corruption than flies
the sweetened morsel. Scare him off and
he buzzes around until he thinks he will
hot be killed outright if be alight* again,
and zip— he's back on the putrid mass
aj*ain. Like that other creature that fat
tens upon filth he proves that sisht is not
the sense that attracts. Do scents the
loathsome object farther than any eye
could see though it had the vision of an
eagle, and straight as the crow flies he
speeds back to gorge once more.
That is why he made his appearance on
Wednesday night among the booths south
of Market street, where his minions and
those of Dun Burns were hovering over the
sacred ballots of the people.
Chris Buckley, the once frightened vul
ture, descended once again upon his Pro
metheus. lie took another parasite along
with him, and together they went from one
plate to another and Indulged their pro
pensities. He and Maurice .Schmitt went
from booth to booth and issued their in
structions to tbe harpies of the election.
They ordered tbat the ticket of the com
binie be counted in at all hazards, By
hczards Buckley meant those which might
be incurred by the men who were d. in.
his bidding. Ha himself doesn't like risks
of a personal nature. Ha flies away when
danger approaches his person, but. he is a
lion of bravery when it comes to ordering
others to run the ri-ksof the law.
Well, he and Schmitt drove around in
their buggy, and wheu morning came cer
tain candidates had been counted out.
Those candidates were the ones who
opposed the meu selected to fill the city
office- by Burns and Buckley. McNab,
the Non-Partisan candidal for Sheriff,
was the especially marked victim of this
uuholy collusion. Whatever might happen
he must be defeated, Buckley and Schmitt
told the election officers, and the Instruc
tions have been carried out to the letter.
McNab, in all probability, was elected, but
the returns show that Whelau, who was
on the combine ticket, which was pub
lished before tho election, has been given
the highest number of votes.
So palpable has this fraud been that
yesteiday there was a great deal . f talk of
a contest. Mr. McNab does not care to go
to any mere trouble about the matter. He
was the choice of the respectable people of
the city, and he made an op"n, honest and
energetic fight for the puz^. Ho won it
fairly and squarely, if at ail, but the bosses
have stepped in and said be shall no: have
it, and, if the people are cont-ut to submit,
he is abundantly able to let the matter go.
But the people do not seem to be so in
clined. Many sol ; d men urged Mr. McNab
yesterday to make a cones', and a recount
may result. In many of the precincts the
names of candidates were not called while
the vote was being counted, the callers
announcing the ballot numbers instead.
This was contrary to the election law,
which provides that the names shall be
called, the evident object being that
watchers may be tbe better able to detect
fraud. It is asserted that in half the pre
cincts of the city the law was violated in
this respect, and that that fact alone would
warrant the Election Commissioners in or
dering the vote* counted over again. ■If
this should be done it would readily show
several candidates who ere now on the list
of the defeated would have been elected
it the glaring frauds tnat are known to
have been perpetrated had been pre
vented. An effort will be made to induce
tbo commission to take this step.
During the counting yesterday men em
ployed by the newspapers to bring in
election returns reported to their respec
tive offices that a systematic attempt was
being made to count McNab out In favor
of Whelm. Votes were being taken from
Roddick and McNab and given to Whelan,
tbe candidate of th*> united bosses. When
the office of Sheriff was reached in many
of the booths tho vote was called off by
numbers. In the Tenth Precinct of the
Thirty- District the municipal tally
sheet calls for 236 votes, while the election
officers bad only 224 municipal ballots,
although they had sent out to the Regis
trar's office 23G State election ballots. This
is a fair presumption of fraud, as there
should have been as many city ballots as
State, and it is quite evident that ten mu
nicipal ballots bad been made away with
in s.me way.
Iv the booth on "Washington street, above
Kearny, an election officer was seen to put
a bundle of ballots under bis coat and
walk off with them when relieved by one
of the other officers.
In the Western Addition an election
officer told some Democrats that the offi
cers were counting out McNab. The Dem
ocrats to whom he imparted this infor
mation were interested only in the State
fight, and did not approve of the methods
which the local Democracy was pursuing.
They told the officer that he ought to be
arrested, and they considered it no part of
their duty to kep the matter secret. It Is
more than probable that this matter will
be investigated.
MORE OF EVANS* WAYS.
The Registrar Wreaks Vengeance on
the Newspapers.
Registrar Evans has added one more
petty meanness to the long list against his
name. The brother-in-law of the bo 3?
who skipped for Honolulu in the dark of
a cheerless moon, has turned one other
sneaking little trick at which even a yellow
dog would bark. He hasn't involved him
self criminally— not this time— but if there
were a blush left in him his face would
perennially, hereafter, resemble a peony.
It is safe to say he will not blush, and
has no thought of blushing. What does
the brother-in-law of a once fugitive boss
care for one petty meanness, more or less?
What does a yellow doe care whether one
or two cans are attached to bis mangy tail?
Nothing. There you are— that's Regis
trar Evaus' case exactly. He has stooped
to so many things that were contemptible;
has turned his hand in so many ways that
may even bear a worse construction; has
so frequently acted as the subservient lick
spittle and pliant tool of the ex-fugitive
boss, that really one more sneaking, paltry.
underhand little thing matters but little to
him. Distinctly the yellow dog has a con
science compared with the Registrar; and
the yellow die's yellower brothers are justi
fiea in howling.
Registrar Evans' latest little meanness
is all the result of a little personal pique—
If men who are given to little meannesses
can be said to acquire pique. It was, for
all the world, the action of a bear with a
sore head who wishes to get even on some
b. dy for something. Evans naturally
feels mean, but during the last week or so
has apparently grown meaner from the
public expose of the frauds on the great
register of voters, which is in his custody.
He bated the public because its eyes had
been opened to the something rotten hi his
Denmark. His meanness took the form
of getting even with tie public by with
holding, if he could, the official count till
many hours after they miglt otherwise
have had it. Indirectly, be wished to
make trouble for the newspapers. He
committed the mean tittle act, but in each
instance it met the fate of all other mean
little acts— it signally failed, which only
goes to -how what a mean little thing a
a mean little man who does mean little
acts can really do. Distinctly, again, the
despised yellow dog is of a finer moid. ;■*****§
Some two weeks before the election the
morning newspapers jointly established a
bureau to handle the mass of figures which
would follow the counting ol the votes.
A number of men were employed in the
preliminary work, and on election d»y
■ ver 100 extra were placed on duty tn < oi
led the returns. In order to facilitate
tills work and got the figures before the
reading public at as early an hour as is
sible, the heads of tie bureau called upon
the Registrar and prevailed upon him to
allow ibein to send to each of the ling
places in ths county a duplicate of his
"semi-official return" blank, to be tilled in
by the officers at the same time as the
original. They agreed to pay for the
printing of these aud of the addressed en
velopes into which they were afterward to
be placed. They also laid the matter be
fore the Board of Election Commissioners,
and on October 31 the board passed a reso
lution so instructing the Register. In
pursuance of this resolution and agree
ment the bureau furnished the required
duplicate blauks, and they were dis
patched to each of the 293 precincts in the
en and county.
As fast aa the count was completed in
any one precinct these duplicates were
filled in along with the originals and in
separate envelopes, plainly marked "Du
plicate," were returned to the Registrar's
office. When the first oue arrived two
representatives ot the bureau, who had
been made deputy registrars with the dis
tinct agreement that these duplicates
should be handed over to them, requested
their possession. George. Lewis, the chief
clerk in the office, acting lor ine_n, li " le
Registrar Evans, refused to turn them
over. He -.aid thai if the bureau desired
It could send a man to copy ihe blanks,
but on no consideration could it tc»ke
away its own pmp-rty.
"If yonse fellers expect to get the first
rattle out of the box." he scornfully ex
claimed, "you are very much mistaken —
because, with us fellers here it's a matter
of bread and butter now, and we propose
to have the first deal."
Several other emphatic statements,
freely interlarded with phrases that
make life on continual round of pleasure
at the faro-table, followed, but he didn't
give up the blanks. Ills attention was
called to the fact that the bureau, not the
city and county, had paid for the blank?.
lie wa? also shown the resolution passed
t>v the Hoard of Election Commissioners.
He remarked that he didn't give three
whoops in the warm belt for the blink
ety-blank-blr-nk Election Commissioners.
Hi- was running that end of it.
There was no moving Lewis, who had
evidently t>e«n drilled by Evans in the full
bent of the patty meanness of both, and
the bureau was compelled to employ any
number of extra men to set what it had
before justly paid for. It caused consid
erable outlay and much extra work, but it
was done, the figures copied as soon as
they reached the Registrar's office, and
Lickspittle Lewis to Lickspittle Evans
was foiled. His petty method of doing
the petty bidding of the petty little
brother-ln-Uw ol the ex-fugitive boss
availed him not. The yellow dog-*, who
-■i!ietiiii-" have cans tied to their ratty
little tail?, are not so mean and scurvy as
these two— Evans and Lewis, the yellow
dags with the Burns collar.
SERENADE 10 SUTRO.
Cassasa's Band Pays a Visit to the
Mayor-Elect.
A very graceful compliment was paid
Mayor-elect Sutro last evening by Cas
sasa's military band, which gathered in
full force for the occasion. A special
train was engaged on the Ferries and
Cliff House Railroad and early in the
evening forty of the band and a select
number of Invited guests arrived at Sutro
Heights.
The grounds had been illuminated and
preseuted a beautiful ranee, not
withstanding the fog, and on arrival nt
the entrance of the residence the band
started in to perform selections from
open*, classic and popular music and
melodies.
The manner in which Schubert* -'Sere
nade" was'rendered was a marvel of musi
cal -kill and called for the most enthusi
astic plaudits. Every selection was almost
equally t-ucces-ful and the whole band
seemed to be inspired to do their best on
so auspicious an occasion.
Mr. Sutro made a brief address. He
said: ".My friends, 1 thank you for tnis
high testimonial of your esteem. This
day is a proud one for me and I hope will
prove a good one tor you and all other
citizens. To-day my election as chief
magistrate of this great city is acknowl
edged beyond dispute.
" * "1 his day commences a new era in the
history of San Francisco. The decline of
the power of the bosses and of the huge
corporations that have held our city so
long in subjection has begun. I have been
elected by the votes of the people, and to
them only I am responsible for my future
acts. Let me be judged by them."
The company was then invited to share
the hospitalities of Mr. Sutro, and re
turned at a late bout to the city.
THEY WERE ALL DRUNK.
Paralyzed Condition of the Election
Board in a Potrero Precinct.
An excited individual rushed into tbe
office of the Chief of Police yesterday
morning and said that the whole election
board in a polling booth on Kentucky
street, Potrero, --"ere drunk and the count
ing of the ballots bad to be stopped. The
ouly sober man around the place was the
policeman and he did not know what to
do. He was advised to lay his complaint
before Registrar Evans, and be hurriedly
left the Chin's office to give effect to the
suggestion.
A similar state of affairs was reported at
the polling-booth of the Eleventh Precinct,
Thirty-fifth District, on Cherubusco street
and Cortland avenue. When the policeman
on duty at the booth reported off at the
Seventeenth-street station, between 5 and
6 o'clock yesterday afternoon, he told Ser
geant Shea that the election board, as a
whole, was drunk, and that a gang of Ber
nal Heights toughs had gathered around
the booth and trouble was feared.
The sergeant i'r.iuedi ''ely telephoned to
the Registrar's i ffice, informing him of the
state- of affairs, aud also to Sergennt
Boughtaling at the Central police station,
suggesting that he should notify the Reg
istrar to send out a sober board to com
plete the count.
He also detailed four men to go out to
the booth and arrest any toughs who made
any attemnt to interfere with the count.
At half-past 9 o'clock last night he drove
out io the booth and found everything
quiet, the presence of the four policemen
having the effect of keeping the toughs in
subjection. He also found fie election
board sober, but whether it was the board
that was drunk in the afternoon or a new
board sent out by tbe Registrar he did not
inquire. '
Said handsome Tom to smiling Nell.
"Where did you find that mystic spell
That hovers 'round your every smile,
And would my throbbing heart beguile?"
Quoth laughing Nell. "You silly boy,
ln SOZO DON'T— the cream of joy."
FOGS AND SUNSHINE.
Their Sodden Atlernatl.'U, and Its Effect
Upon th* Human Body— A Bit of
Easy Latin. \
Divide the familiar word malaria by cutting
loose the first syllabi- and you have teal, bad,
and aria, air. Anybody with the least smaller
ing of Latin can guess what the- word means.
Wherever men live aid work in communities
the air is full of dang'rs. From tbe ground
come poisonous exhalitions, attacking the sys
tem so gradually that one is more than half
sick berore iie realizes mat anything alls him.
lv the late autumn whtn chills and foes alter
nate with treacherous sunshine, the be ait
aestroylne principles In the air are especially
acilVH.'and their effect is seen in the morning
headache, feelings ol lassl.ude and stiffness in
the back and shoulders.
"A little cold." you say. \> ; . "'*•"■' — -;..
That's all. and it will never live to be a big
one if you drive it out with & pure, geutle, stim
ulant. A public sentiment that is practically
unanimous recommends Duffy's Pure Malt
Whisky for this, purpose. This standard
article diffuses among the organs of the body
an Influence which equalizes circulation, and so
prevents those congestions that develop Into
pneumonia, pleurisy and other serious dis
eases.
A stimulant to do this must be prepared with
the greatest care by trained expert- who have
its medicinal character constantly In view.
Plain, every-day whisky i** worse than useless
as a medicine, but Duffy's Pure. Malt lias
proven Its worm iv feuding off the debility so
common as winter is coming on.
Those who use li say that its beneficial
effecis are not only Immediate, but lasting.
Joe Poheim, The Tailor
Makes Stylish Pants for $3.00.
Suits for $16 to Order.
Joe Poheim- The Tailor
Makes the very best English Pants
to order for $10.00. They are worth
$15 00.
Joe Peheim, The Tailor
Has the finest assortment and latest
style of "Woolens at reduced prices.
For the best fitting and stylishly cut
clothes, at lowest prices, go to
Joe Pefadsm, The Taster
724 Market Street,
1110 and 1112 Market Street,
203 Montgomery Street,
SAN FRANCISCO.
485 Fourteenth St., Oakland, Call
not tt
THE BEST FITTING
AND LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
CLOAKS AND FURS
CALIFORNIA CLOAK CO.,
105 Post Street,
-'Pan AIRS. 0c. 4 cod tf
TRUSTEES' SALE.
TN" ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND
X under the authority of a certain deed of
trust, duly executed by A. J. JIALSBAKV and
MIMA M. MALSBAKY (his wife), parties of the
first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL ami THAU-
DELS B. KENT, trusteas, parties of the second
part, aud the SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UNION, party of the third p.irt, dated June 11,
189-', and recorded In the office ot the County
Recorder ot the county of Fresno, State of Cali-
fornia, iv liber 114 of deeds, at panes 112 and
followine, and in pursuwice of a resolution passed
on th- ltfth day of Audits*. 1*594. by the board of
directors of said SAN .FRANCISCO SAVINGS
i NION, a corporation and the holder or the note
(No. 11,760), to secure payment of which the
aforesaid deed of trust was executed, declaring
that default bad been made In the payment of the
principal sum ana other sunn due under said
note and deed of trust, aud •eguestiu': and direct-
in- Slid HEN ItY C CAMBELL and J HADHEI'S
B. KENT, trustee*, to sell the real estate described
therein to satisfy said indebtedness.
Vie, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEI'S
B. KENT, trustees, do hereby give notice that on
TUESDAY, the 13th day of November, A. D..
I*9". at 12 o'clock m. of that day. and at the.
auction salesroom or KASTON, ELDRIDGE &
CO., 6"8 MarKet street, in the City and County of
San Francisco, State of California, we will sell at
public auction, to the hiebest bidder, tor cash In
I cold coin of the United States, all the pieces or
j parcels of land situate ln the County of Kresno,
I state of California, described as follow*, to wit:
| According to the official plats and system of sur-
| veys of the Government or the United States, in
Township fifteen (l.">) south, ranee twenty-three
{23) east. Mount Diablo bane and meridian, of sec-
tion nine (9), the south half or the northwest
quarter (S i/ 2 ofNW v.): tbo fractional north-
west quarter of the northwest quarter (fr. NW i,*
of NW »4), and so much of the fractional east
half of the east haif (fr. E % of E *■/_) »* lies west
of Kirns River, together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE— In gold coin of the
[ United States: 10 per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer, balance on de-
livery of deed, and if not so paid, unless for want
of title (ten days being allowed for search) theu
said 10 per cent to be forfeited and the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, 1 -.-_-.---
THADDEUS B.KENT. / lru »- ees -
-0.2326 30 nog 6 9 13
TRUSTEES' SALE.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND
-I under the authority of a certain deed of trust,
duly execute- by EDWARD A, SANDEKS, party
of the first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL ana
THADDEUS B. KENT, trustees, parties of the
i Second part, and the SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
; UNION, party of the third part, dated April 8.
1893. and recorded in the office or the County
Recorder of the city a_d county of San Francisco.
State of California, in Liber 1559 of Deeds, at
page 198, and followine: and iv pursuance of a
resolution passed on the ISth day of October,
1891. by the board of directors of said SAN
FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, a corporation,
and the holder of the note (No. 12.416), to secure
payment of which the aforesaid deed of trust was
executed, declaring that default baa been inaae
in the payment of the principal sum and other
sums, due under said note and deed of trust, and
requesting and directing said HENRY C. CAM!'-
bell and i HADDEUS B. KENT, trustees, to sell
the real estate described therein to satisfy said
Indebtedness. "
1 We. HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, trustees, do hereby give notice that oa
Tuesday, the 13th day ot November A. D. 1894.
at 1. o'clock M of tbat day. and at the auction
salesroom of EASTON, ELDRIDGE <S: CO.. 638
Mnr-et street, In the city and county of San Fran-
cisco. State of California, we will sell ait pubiie
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash in gold
com of the United -tates. all tbe piece or parcel
of land situate in tne city and county of Sn
Francisco, state of California, described as fol-
lows, to wit:
Commencing at the corner formed by the Inter-
section Ot the southerly Hue of Green street with
the westerly line of Buchanan street, aim runniug
thence southerly aioug said line ol Buchanan
street one hundred and thirty-seven feet six
Inches (1-7 6-12 feet), thence ul tight ancles
westerly one hundred (100) feet, thence at rlßlit
angles northerly one hundred and thirty-seven
feet six inches (137 6 12 feet) to the southerly
line of Green street, aud thence easterly
along tbe last-named line one hundred (100) feet
to the point ot commencement. Helm* * portion
of Western Addition bloc- number two hundred
and sixty-four (*-6.), together with tbe appur-
tenances.
Terms of sale— Cash ln gold coin of the United
States; 10 per cent payable to the undersigned
on the fall of the hammer; balance on delivery of
deed: and if not so paid, uuless for want of title
(ten days be'ug allowed for search), then said 10
per cent to he forfeited and the sale to be void.
Acts of sale at purchaser's exne se.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL.*, - v -, „..
THADDEUS B. KENT, j" iru «l cM *
oegg -6 30 nog 6 » 13_
PALACE HOTEL.
THE PALACE HOTEL OCCUPIES AN EN IT Rfc
block In the center or San Francisco. It ls the
■Dod-l hotel of the world. Fire and earthquake
Sroof. Has nine elevators. Every room Is large,
Ight and slry. lbs ventilation is perfect. A -.:»
| and closet adjoin every room. All rooms are easy
I «f access from broad, light corr Idors. The central
! court, illuminated by electric light, its lmmonae
flags roof, broad balconies, carriage-way and trop-
es! plants are futures hitherto unknown in Amer-
icas hotels. Guests eater taln'ed on either ths Amer-
icas or European plan. The restaurant Is the finest
In lbs siiy. Secure rooms In advance by tele-
gr-l>h.n.. THE --ALACK HOTEL.
■ lattr San Francisco, Cal,
vjHSi Nelson's
•*■ CURHS Cat rrh and Sore Throat.
0c23 TuFr •
Weak Men and Women
SHOULD USE ■••AMIANA'B-TTKKS, Till*
great Mexican Remedy; gives Health aad
Strength to the Sexual organs. jail cod tf

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