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Inventory of campaign cards for the California State election of 1894 [graphic], 1894
BANC PIC 1998.059--PIC  
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:1 Vote for Charles E. Benjamin for Supervisor 3rd Ward, Regular Republican Nominee.

 

:2 Wm. Broderick [William Broderick], Democrat and Non-Partisan Nominee for Auditor.

Additional Note

Elected.
 

:3 P.O. Chilstrom, attorney and counselor at law, 916 Market St., Room 81, People's Party Nominee for Superior Judge for the city and county of San Francisco.

 

:4 Canidate fot the Assembly, 37th Assembly District, Richard Cohen, People's Party Nominee.

 

:5 Vote for G.W.F Cook, Republican Nominee for Justice of the Peace, Present Incumbent.

 

:6 For State Printer, John J. Curry, Democratic Nominee. "Direct the people", "A wageworker..."

 

:7 James Denman, Democratic and Anti-Monopoly Nominee for Congress, 5th Congressional District.

 

:8 Voting Number, 1. "Economy without Meanness, Progress without Prodigality." For Mayor, L.R. Ellert, Regular Republican and Non-Partisan Nominee.

 

:9 Eugene J. Ensign, People's Party and Regular Non-Partisan Nominee for Public Administrator. Business address: Ensign and McGuffick, 23 Spear St.

 

:10 For Assemblyman, 35th Assembly District, Cal Ewing, Nominee: People's Party, Non-Partisan, Independent Republicans.

Additional Note

Elected.
 

:11 Joseph Fassler, People's Party and Regular Non-Partisan Nominee for State Senator, 20th Senatorial District.

 

:12 Wm. M. Fitzhugh [William M. Fitzhugh] (present incumbent), Regular Democratic Nominee for City and State Surveyor.

 

:13 A.C. Freese, Democratic and Non-Partisan Nominee for Public Administrator.

Additional Note

Elected.
 

:14 Geo. T. Gaden [George T. Gaden], Regular People's Party Nominee for Supervisor, Eighth Ward.

 

:15 C.J. Gardner, People's Party Nominee for Assemblyman, 34th District (11th to 21st, Guerrero to Harrison Sts.)

 

:16 "Work, bread and homes for all our people." J.L. Gilbert, Reedley, Fresno County. People's Party Nominee for Congress, 7th district of California. National Spectator, Fresno, Cal.

 

:17 For School Director, John H. Gray, Regular Nominee People's Party.

 

:18 For County Clerk, Geo. W. van Guelpen [George W. van Guelpen], People's Party Nominee. "For honesty, economy and reform in public office."

 

:19 Vote for M.C. Hayley for County Clerk.

 

:20 Mathew Harris, formerly Harris and Jones Lumber Dealers, for Member of State Board of Equalization, First District, Regular People's Party Nominee.

 

:21 Frederick Hess, Regular Democratic Nominee for Supervisor of the 6th Ward.

 

:22 For Member of Assembly, Thirty-Fifth District, John M. Higgins, Regular Republican Nominee.

 

:23 J.K.C. Hobbs, Regular Republican and Non-Partisan Nominee for Supervisor Eleventh Ward.

Additional Note

Elected.
 

:24 Vote for Chas. H. Holcomb [Charles H. Holcomb] for Supervisor, People's Party Nominee.

 

:25 F.X. Golscher, People's Party Nominee for Assembleman, 36th Assembly Disctrict.

 

:26 For Supervisor Sixth Ward, Edward C. Hughes, Regular Republican and citizen's Non-Partisan Nominee.

 

:27 Peoples Party Nominee for State Printer, Elgin C. Hurlbert, Manager Hurlbert Printing Co., San Jose, Cal. Election Tuesday, November 6, 1894.

 

:28 Jefferson G. James, Democratic Nominee for Mayor.

 

:29 A.J. Johnson, Republican Nominee for Supt. State Printing.

Additional Note

Elected.
 

:30 J.J. Kennedy, Regular Democratic Nominee for Justice of Peace.

 

:31 Supervisor, First Ward. Joseph King, Regular Republican and Non-Partisan Nominee.

 

:32 D. Lambert, People's Party Nominee, Superintendent of Public Schools, San Francisco, Cal. Election Tuesday, November 6, 1894.

 

:33 L.M. Landsborough, People's Party Nominee for Clerk of the Supreme Court. Election Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1894.

 

:34 Wm. E. Lane [William E. Lane] for Supervisor, 6th Ward.

 

:35 Emile S. Lemme, Regular People's Party Nominee fot Assemblyman, Forty-Second District.

 

:36 Co. H., First Infty. Regt. For Assembly, 38th Assembly District, M. Lewis, Regular Republican Nominee.

 

:37 Urban A. Lewis, Regular People's Party Nominee for Supervisor, Sixth Ward.

 

:38 Eliza G. Logan, Democratic Nominee for Superintendent, Shasta County.

 

:39 Louis Luckel, Nominee for Attorney-General of California, People's Party Ticket.

 

:40 Wm. Wallace Magary [William Wallace Magary], Regular People's Party and Non-Partisan Nominee for Assembly. Thirty Third Assembly District.

 

:41 M.L. McCord, Regular People's Party Nominee for Supervisor, Eleventh Ward.

 

:42 For Clerk of the Supreme Court, Peter W. McGlade (Of San Francisco), Regular Democratic Nominee.

 

:43 M. McGlynn, People's Party Nominee for Secretary of State. Editor...New Union.

 

:44 For School Director, D.W. McNeill, Editor and Printer, People's Party.

 

:45 Capt. E. McNevin, Regular People's Party Nominee for Supervisor, Ninth Ward.

 

:46 Vote for Jason W. Nash for Supervisor, Fourth Ward, Regular People's Party Nominee.

 

:47 For Mayor, Dr. C.C. O'Donnell, The Independent Canidate, Voting No. 3. "Pure Government Guaranteed. No Corruption. No Stealing. And the Chinese Removed Outside the City Limits." Nominated by a Petition of 29,000 Pledged Voters.

 

:48 For School Director vote for C.B. Perkins (Republican), Citizens' Non-Partisan Nominee. Merchant. Endorsed by 14,128 voters at last elections.

 

:49 E.G. Pierce for Superintendent of Streets, Regular Republican Nominee.

 

:50 "Equal rights to all; special privileges to none." Jas. K. Phillips [James K. Phillips], People's Party Nominee for Supervisor, Third Ward.

 

:51 August Quitzow, People's Party Nominee for Justice of the Peace.

 

:52 For Justice of the Peace, Charles Wesley Reed, Democratuc and Non-Partisan Nominee.

 

:53 "Consitent, Efficient" Christian Reis, Regular Democratic Nominee for Treasurer of the City and County of San Francisco. "Reliable, Experienced"

 

:54 For Justice of the Peace, Chas. A. Reynolds [Charles A. Reynolds], Regular People's Party Nominee, Non-Partisan Nominee.

 

:55 J.E. Roach, Regular Republican Nominee for the Assembly of the 33rd District.

 

:56 For Supervisor, Twelfth Ward, J.B. Robinson Of the firm of L.E. Clawson and Co., People's Party Nominee.

 

:57 "Justice: No Favored Classes." H.S. de Rochemont, People's Party Nominee for Supervisor, Second Ward.

 

:58 For Supervisor of Twelfth Ward, Elliott M. Root of the Firm of Root and Sanderson, Non-Partisan Nominee.

 

:59 J.R. Ruckstell, expert accountant with Heald's Business College, People's Party Nominee for Auditor of San Francisco.

 

:60 My Voting Number is 91, State Ballot. For Member of the Assembly, Thirty-Sixth District, Joseph Scheerer, Regular Republican Nominee.

 

:61 John D. Siebe, Citizens' Non-Partisan Nominee for Assessor.

Additional Note

Elected.
 

:62 Regular Republican Nominee for Member of the Assembly, David C. Smith (Ex-Postmaster of the station C. Post office.), 34th Assembly District.

 

:63 C.S. Smyth, Democratic Nominee for Superintendent of the State of California.

 

:64 Frank E. Couza, People's Party Nominee for Assemblyman, Forty-Fifth District.

 

:65 For Assessor, Mark Strouse, People's Party and Regular Non-Partisan Nominee.

 

:66 A.W. Thompson, People's Party Nominee for Superior Judge. San Francisco, 1894. Election Tuesday, November 6, 1894.

 

:67 John D. Thompson, Regular People's Party Nominee for Superintendent of Streets. Election November 6, 1894.

 

:68 For Supervisor, 10th Ward, Fred J. Vetter, People's Party Nominee.

 

:69 Vote For Thos. H. Vivian [Thomas H. Vivian], People's Party Nominee for Supervisor, Seventh Ward.

 

:70 Wm. Wallace [William Wallace], Regular People's Party and Regular Non-Partisan Nominee for School Director.

 

:71 J.V. Webster, People's Party Nominee for Governor of California. Election Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1894.

 

:72 F.C. Wehland, Regular People's Party Nominee for Supervisor, First Ward. Election November 6, 1894.

 

:73 For Treasurer, J.H. Widber, Regular Republican and Non-Partisan Nominee.

Additional Note

Elected.
 

:74 For Superintendent of Common Schools, Charles Sumner Young, Regular Republican Nominee. Indorsed [sic] by The Populists, Regular Non-Partisans, The People's Non-Partisan Anti-Chinese Labor Party.