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Pattison Wasn't A Mascott

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Day
22
Month
February
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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PhiLADBLFHIA, Feb. ál. - The vote cast in tliis city has been counted. There were more ballots put in the boxes than ever befcro. ín a total vote of 214,747 Charles F. Warwick, the Republican eandidate for mayor, had a pluraüty of (JU,ü8h) over ex-Governor Robert E. Pattison, the Demoeratic standard bearcr. This is the greatest plurality ever given a eandidate in a municipal contest, the previous record being m9,0i5 received by Edwin S. Stuart in 1S91. Democratie stroughclds liko the Third, Fpurth, .Sixth, EleVenth, Twelfth, and tíeventeenth wards cithur went against Pattison or gave a very much reduced plurality in nis favor. All of these wards are in the Third congressional district, formerly represented by the late Samuel J. Raudall. Willkuu J. Roney, Warwick's companionat thehoadof the ticket, as candidato for recoiver of taxt-s ran only 8,827 behind the ticket. Women were voted for as. school directors for the ñrst time under a law recently passed. There were seventeon such candidatos, but only om' was elcctcd;

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News