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In the matter of the apiointttient o(
judges mid dork of election of the
ditlerent precincts of Clackamas county.
It is ordeied bv the court that ili f.ill.m-.
ling named persons be and they tire
iieieoy appointed pulses and clerks of
election of the precincts hereinafter
DtUied tO eVrva for tlltrm nf vauni
commencing with this d e and closing
Abernelhy precinct. Judges, C. K.
Kinearson, chairman, C. A. Holmstrom
ami It. Gregory ; U. A. Hamilton and K.
O. Hackett clerks. Voting place Park
Rat low precinct. Judges, W. S.Tull,
Chairman, J. I. Doiierand E. M Brackett;
U. Barlow and V. V . Irvin, cleika.
Voting place Barlow.
UeaverCieek precinct. Judges J. K.
Uraham, chairman, U. Mochnke and
John Shannon; K. W, Hornshub and
J. B. Reeson, clerks. Yuting place
Kirk school house
liorings precinct. Judge, Edj;ar
Richev, chaiiman, K N. Uradlcv and
Woi. Deen; M. Aruiearptfer and t. E.
Card, clerks. Voting place Borings
Canyon Creek precinct. Judges, Chas.
Hubbard, chairman, Wtn. Bonnev, and
J Uorbett; E. M Robeson andU. V.
lii.-tner, clerks. Voting place Uorbett
Cascades precinct. Judges, 0!e Mikle
on, chairman, Herman Urmia and 8.
D. Colemau; T. li. Jonsrud and II.
Mdiugin, clerks. Voting place Sandy.
Canby precinct. Judges, Wiu. Knight,
chairman, A. A. Porter and A. W. Kiggs ;
J. H. White and V. L. Mack, cleiks.
Voting place Canby.
Clackamas precinct. Judges, Geo.
II. Web-tor, chairman, Joliu Talbert
and Ben Knox; Win. 11. IVdman and
Ntmuel llolcoiub clerks. Voting place
I'herryville piecinct. Judges, Chat.
C. Baly, chairman, Wm. Welsh and
Fred Rekkel ; D. W. Parker, and J. O.
Long, clerks. Voting place Cherryville
Canemah precinct. Judges. W. B.
Laa tou. chairman, 1 B. Martin and J.
11. Binebam; H. E. Stevens and U M.
Toole, clerks. Voting place Canemali.
Damascus precinct. Judges, K. H.
Burghardt, chairman, Wm. Ienboer and
t . C. Bates ; J . K. Martin and f. A.
liohna. clerks. Voting place Damascus.
Eagle Creek precinct. Judges, J as.
Jr. Gibson, chairman, H.J. Hollmasu-r
and O.N. Foster; John II Vancuren
and Isaac Gordon, clerks. Voting pluce
Ely Frecinct. Judges, M . Mclieehan,
cnainnan, Thoe. Davics and J. Shelley;
Juo. 1'ariing and W. B. tutfbrd clerks.
Voting place Maple Lane school house.
Gaitield precinct. Judges, John W.
Palmateer, chairman, J . J. Davis at.d
C. S. Porter; P. E. Linn, F. J. llark
ensueider, cleiks. Voting place Irviu
George precinct. Hans Fauisen,
chairman, Hans Johnson and Ferduaod
Kath; John Schmidt and Adolpb Wen
derhold clerks. Voting place George
Hardings precinct. Judges, John
Bargfield. chairman, G. C. Armstrong
and J. 11. Brown; Fred Gerber and
John Spmgue, clerks. Voting place
Highland precinct. Judges, Henry
Jewell, chairman. Win. Buckner and
M. E. Knndlj; W. G. Kleinsinith anil
A. Nicholas, clerk. Voting place High
land. Lower Molalla precinct. Judges J.
II. Jovner, chairman. A. H. Wing and
J. H. Daley; Oun Wright and J. H.
Gribble cleiks. Voting place Macksburg
- Upper Molalla precinct. Judges. 11.
S. Kamsby, chairman, Chas. Holman
and John Dibble; Reuben Wright and
Sam Ingle, clerks. Voting place.
Milk Creek precinct. Judges, G J.
Trullinxer, chairman, John Dennisoii
and John Gard;J F.Nelson and Nick
Damali clerks. Voting place Mulino.
Marquam precinct. Judges J. W.
Ellioti, chairman, J. W. Dorres und K .
S.Taylor; J. T. Drake and C. Engle.
clerks. Vutiog place Marquam.
Milwaukee piecinct. Judges. R. S.
McLaughlin, chairman, Thoe. Hagen
berger and Henry Theisson ; T. J. Gary
and J . F. Risley clerks. Voting place
Needy precinct. Judges, Geo. A.
Kinzer, chairman, Ed Hilaon and George
Owings; B. F. Smith, Alex Catnpeau,
clerks. Voting place Needy.
New Era Frecinct. Judges, Enos
Cahill, chairman, August Bremer and .1.
L. Mattock ; Geo. Brown and John Keif
clerks. Voting place New Era.
Oswego precinct. Judges, Altiert
Walling, chairman, R. S. Pollock and
L. M. Davidson; C. W; Kruse and
Henry Oans, clerks. Voting pluce
Oregon City Precinct No. 1. Judges,
T. F. Kyan. chairman, M. E. Willoiighby
and E. L.Shaw; J. W, O'Connell and
David Caufluld clerks. Voting place
Cataract Engine house.
Oregon City precinct No. 2. Judges
T. L. Charman, chairman, S. 8. Walker,
and T. S. Lawrence; W. B. Wiggins
and E. M. Howell clerks. Voting place
Fountain Engine house.
Oregon City No. 3. Judges. C. A.
Hands, chairman, J. N. Harrington and
Wm. Savage; J.L. fcwafford and Geo.
Kly, clerks. Voting place basement
Esstham school house.
Pleasant Hill precinct. Judges, Wm.
Scott, chairman, Nelson McConnell and
V . F. Young; Geo. Seeley and A. W.
Phillips, clerks. Voting place Pleasant
ilill school bouse.
Sievers precinct. Judges, R. A . Ten
Eycke, chairman, Henry Van Helms
and J.ihn B. Embre; A. Ashoff, and F.
H. Peak clerks. Voting place Marmot.
Soda Springs precinct. Judges. J.
i. Bleakney, chairman, Scott Carter
and J M Brown; Henry Thomas and A.
V.Davis clerks. Voting place Wilhoit.
Springwater prerinct. Judges, Henry
Dubois, chairman, John Reed and John
Lewellen ; M. J. Snyder and A. Lacey
clerks. Voting place Springwater.
Tualatin precinct. Judges, John
Kruse Sr., chairman, Fred Koelemer.and
T. L. Triever; Chas. Wagner and A. C.
Sharp clerks. Voting place Grange
Union precinct. Judges, W. L. White.
chairman, Jacob Miley and A. Yergan;
Wm, Hteinback and A. Graham clerks.
Voting place Miley school house.
Viola precinct. Judges, Win Stone,
chairman, A. D. CraineandC. W. Cut
ting; J. M. Hayden and J. II. Scott
clerks. Voting place Viola.
West Oregon City precinct. Judges,
Josephus Tompkins, chairman, Geoige
Atkins and A Magone; I. D. Taylyor
juid Jonathon Humphrey clerks.
Fac-Simile of Ballot to bo Voted Next Monday.
To be torn off by the chairman.
To bo torn off by the first clerk.
FOR OREGON CITY PRECINCT No. 1,
j Clackamas County, Or., to bo voted at General Election, Juno 4, 1894.
FOR CONGKESS-Cancel 3 Names.
Bingor Hermann, of IVnigUs county, Republican
John D. Hurst, of Marion county Prohibition
Charles Miller, of Marion county, Peoples
J. K. Weatherford, of Linn county, Democratic
FOR GOV E R NOR Cancel 3 Names.
Wm. Gallowav, of Yamhill county Democratic
James Kennedy, of Multnomah county, Prohibition
Wm. P. Lord, of Marion county Republican
Nathan Pierce, of Umatilla county People
FOR SUPREME JUDUE-Cancel 3 Names.
A. S. Bennett, of Wasco county, .Democratic
R. P. Boise, of Marion county Peoples
T. P. Hai-kleman, of Linn county, Prohibition
Charles E. Wolverton, of Linn county Republican
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE-Cancel 3 Names.
Harrison R. Kincaid. of Lane county, Republican
F. McKercher, of Multnoman county Prohibition
Charles Nickell, of Jackson county, Democratic
Ira Wakefield, of Jackson county, Peoples
FOR STATE TREASURER Cancel 3 Names.
R. P. Caldwell, of Lane county, Peoples
T. L. Davidson, of Marion county Democratic
Phil Metschan, of Grant county,. .- Republican
Isaac N. Richardson, of Umatilla county, Prohibition
FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL Cancel 3 Names.
C. J. Bright, of Sherman county, Prohibition
W. II. Holmes, of Marlon county, Democratic
Cicero M Idleman, of Multnomah county Republican
M. L. Oluisted, of Baker county Peoples
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUC
TION Cancel 3 Names.
Helen D Harford, of Yamhill county, Prohibition
G. M. Irwin, of Union county, Republican
T. C. Jory, of Marion county, Peoples
D. V. S. Reid, of Lane county, ' Democratic
FOR STATE PRINTER Cancel 3 Names.
40 W.H.Leeds, of Jackson county Republican
41 Jas. II. McKibben, of Multnomah county Prohibition
42 John O'Brien, of Multnomah county, Democratic
43 George M. Orion, of Multnomah county, Peoples
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 5th JUDICIAL
. DISTRICT- Cancel 2 Names.
44 W. N. Barrett, of Washington county, Republican
45 E. F. Driggs, of Clackamas county Democratic
40 Silas B. Smith, of Clataop county Peoples
FOR MEMBER STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
5th JUDICIAL DISTRICT Cancel 1 name.
47 A. Lacey, of Clackamas county, Peoples
48 G. Wingate, of Clatsop county, Republican
FOR JOINT SENATOR, 13th SENATORIAL DISTRICT,
Clackamas and Marion counties Cancel 2 Names.
49 Alonzo Gesner, of Marion county, Republican
50 E. J. Russell, of Clackamas county, Democratic
61 D. E. Swank, of Marion county Peoples
FOR STATE SENATOR Cancel 2 Names.
52 George C. Brownell, of Oregon City, Republican
63 W. A. Starkweather, of Milwaukee Peoples
54 James Thorne, of Oregon City, Democratic
FOR REPRESENTATIVES--Cancel 6 Names.
W Edwin Bates, ol Eagle Creek, Peoples
56 J. Casto, of New Era People
57 W. E, Carll, of Oregon Cllv, Democrat lo
68 II. 0. Itiekccp, of Beaver Creek, People
59 Josiah Martin, ol Oregon City West Side IVmoctalic
60 F. L. Mintie, of Oswego Republican
Id Geo. (). Rinoariton, of Alernethy, Republican
62 Mitrtin Rolibins, of Manjnain IVinocratlo
63 C. B Smith, ol Eagle Creek, Republican
FOR COUNTY JUDGE Cancel 2 Names.
64 John Everhart, of Molalla People
65 Gordon E. Hayes, of Oregon City, Republican
66 J. 8. Risley, of Milwaukee Democratic
FOR SHERIFF-Cancel 2 Names.
67 C. W. Gaming, of Canemali, Democratic
68 James Msgone, of Oregon City, People
69 E C. Maddock.of New Era Republican
FOR COUNTY CLEUK-Caneel 2 Name.
70 E. II. Cooper, of Beaver Creek, PeopU
71 Geo F. Horton, of Needy, Republican
72 V. B. Stafford, of Ely, Democratic
FOR RECORDER OF CONVEYANCES Cancel 2 Name
73 T. B. Hankins, of Oregon City, People
74 S. M. Ramshy, of Molalla, Republican
75 A. W, Shipley, of Oswego, Democratic
FOR TREASURER Cancel 2 Names.
M. L. Moore, of Ely, Republican
H.B. May, of Canemah, People
A. J. Washburn, of Abernelhy J Democratic
FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Cancel 2 Names.
79 C. Y. Draper, of Canby Democratic
80 II. S. Gibson, of Eagle Creek Republican
81 Anna II . Wells, of Clackamas, Peoples
FOR ASSESSOR Cancel 2 Names.
82 J. C. Bradley, of Borings, Republican
83 8. R. Green, of Oregon City, Democratic
84 R. Scheuhel, of Milk Creek Peoples
FOR SURVEYOR-Cancel 2 Names.
85 Fred Hesse, of Oregon City Democratic
80 D. W. Kinnaird, of Oregon City Republican
87 E. J. Weston, of Oregon City, People
FOR CO.MMISSIONER-Cancel 2 Names.
88 Geo. J. Currin, of Eagle Creek,
89 Frank Jaggar, of Beaver Creek,
90 W. H. II. Wade, of Eagle Creek
FOR CORONER-Cancel 1 Name.
It. Goucher, of Milk Creek Peoples
R. L. Holman, of Oregon City Republican
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT NO. 4
Cancel 4 Name.
Elmer Dixon, of Oregon City, Peoples
T. W. Fouts, of Oregon City, Independent
W. A. Hedges, of Canemah, Democratic
J. W. O'Connell, of Oregon City, Republican
W. L. White, of Oregon City, Independent
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rvorsl ilnyi slli'r, I Out qulu pro.
trat4 arid mm, H"moilmn dm atuwki
wore almiwt dully, thru Iru IrrqurnL Alter
kImhiI lour yi'nn nl Ihli mlt'-rln, I wm
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whi-n I bi"irsn to ronvcr, I had lh wrt
attack of my old troiihln I owr e",rlrirl.
Al the Aral of the ler, my nmihr
mo Ayvr's Till, rur dorlur roeiimrnpiidliig
llirin at brlh( bvllrr limn anytlilni' h
rnulit prrr. I roiilhiuod Inking lli
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that during m-aily thlriy yoara I havo had
hut on aliarkel my !nnn r tionhlo, wlilrh
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I'niund by I f. J. O. Ayr 'o., Iw.U,Um.
Evory Doto Effoctlvo
A STRASCE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
Th following grnphln slntrmiirit will h
read Willi InlKiiwIiilemli "I cannot dra rllie
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In a nmaaiira llio dead (milliis thai had lakrn
M,ion of tlieni. In alilliloe, 1 hud a
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II n-aelvm a vital point and llio iiftrnr dloa.
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a ynnrand a hall atnadlly, bill with no mr
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dallon.andlt liaatmm aaantutai iorr Intlmir
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driiKtUla on a ilil suaraiitm. or arut
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I ml . nn nvolpl ol prtr, II Kr iKittla. alt
boliliia for to. riprwu iimpald. It Ufrevfruiu
uplaUia or dauguroua druga.
For Halo liy Clinrtnati iV Co.
la theClrruH Court nf llio Dial nl Oregon lor '
Ilia roiinly nl lUarkaiuaa. I
Agnoi Hiiminera, plaintiff vi. Alva Humniciri,
In Alva Huwinora, the alniv named defendant:
In th.namenl the Slate of On'Kun. you are
reiiioird tn aperar and anarer the complaint
ol pUltiiih hirfln on Monday, Noveuilnir Mil. .
)H. and II you lull In euiwer, the plaintiff will
apniy In llio Coiirl lor Die rallel pryed lnr lu
Ilia complaint, to wit: lor a dwreo dli.nlvliij
Ilia iHimlmil manlinntiy iihw oxUtlua between''
you and plaluilrr, and tor eurh oilier and fur- i
Itier relief aa to the court may aeem eipiltahla,
and Joit, ami tor llieruatody and imutrol nl their
fvn minor I'lillilrrn, Mafnl Siimmora and fran-
ol Hoiniiiiira, ami lor hi-r ci l and dl.biirae
mtuia1 Thla umiiiniia l iulillalinl by ordor ol linn.
Tlinmaa A Mnpililo, .lnil..nl llio Mil Judicial
tilatrlnt ol the Stale ol Unnon
Hated at Or.'Koii Clly. Dn-aoli. Ihla lth day "
OI lliru. inn. IIHOH NKI.I. A liHKaara,
.111)1 lor I'lalllllir.
COI'NTV TIlKAHt'HKH'H NOTK'R.
I have iiiiw lu my hauda fii ii.ta appllrable tn
the payment ol all warranla tinilnraeil prior Pi
February 4, I Mi J. Iiumual will rpnn from date
ol tbla untile. 8. II. CAI.IKK.
County 'I rvaauror.
Hated (Irvgnii City. May II, 1KU.
FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT NO. 4
Cancel 2 Name.
98 Ed. T. Fields, of Canemah Democratic
09 M. F. McCown, of Oregon City Republican
100 V. L. Hpencer, of Canemali, Peoples
The forpeoinir in a fanimile of an official ballot for Orezon Citv Precinct No. 1, complete. The form in not quite as wide as the ticket, which
is 12x18 inches, this being the only difference. But the mattei is the same in every respect. About 38,000 of these ballots will be issued for
the election, June 4. Half of these will be on colored paper and are to serve merely as samples though they will be precisely like tho ballot to
be voted except as to the color of the paper. None of the colored ballots can be voted. The voter receives one white ballot from tho judges of
election and with it retires to the booth. He may if he chooses have a sample ballot with him. All the names he DOES NOT wish to vote for
must be cancelled, scratched out with the indelible pencil provided in the booth. Names NOT SCRATCHED are the ones voted for. Except
for representatives only one name should be left for each office. If you wish to vote for a name not on the ticket scratch all the printed names
and write the one you want. For representatives leave three unscratched. Care should be exercised to leave the one intended to be votod for
entirely without any cancelling mark. If a voter spoil a ballot while preparing it in the booth he may return it to the judges and get a clean one.
Buoceator pi U, II T A I,. Co.
Comer Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING LIVERY WARMS
of the City. Rius of any description
furnished on short notice.
All kinds of Truck and delivery Uusl
ness promptly attended to.
Horses Hoarded and Fed on reason
TrangfeP and Expfe,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of tho city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
WII.LAMKTTE HKKKAH DKCIlKK LOIKJK,
Mcetillieaeonnd and fourth Monday Initio
month at 7 mi V Mini u ' 1 1
M.O.CHAKJUN M, M. ClIASMAM.
nonrotary, N, 0