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It Is Mayor Luick

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Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
April
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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The election is over. The city results are mixed. The demócrata elect thrue mea od the city ticket and the repnblicaus two. Luick, as has beeu predicted frorn the first, carries the city by a bandsome majority aud is the nest mayor by 432 majority. Mr. Reinhardt, the republicau caudidate, made a gallaut fight agaiust extra heavy pdds, aud has uiado uo enemies by his canvas. As was predieted in last eveuiug's Argus, Harkins aud Seyler lead the republican city ticket aud are both ek-cted. Harkins haviug 383 majority aud Selyer 518. They aie both active yonng men with hosts of friends, which fact conuts ou electiou day. Theu they made au active, hnstling canvass. William G. Boty was elected jnatice by 171. His was a good ruu and showed also the good effect of personal work. Walter T. Seabolt had 136 majority for president of the conucil. Mr. Seabolt was very a verse to taliing this nomination. His own personal popnlarity ran him ahead of his ticket, for the returns ou the state ticket indicate that the city was repnblicau this spring by from 150 to 200. For mayor Mr. Lnick cairied every ward except in tbe Sixth and Seventb. His majorities were as follows : First ward 45, Secuud 330, Third 142, Fonrth 56 and Fifth 27. Mr. Rein hardt carried the Sixth by 63 and the Seventh by 5. For president of the council, Mr. Seabolt carried the Second ward by 176 and the Third by 95. He carne very near carryiug the First which gave Mr. Pearson 2. Mr. Pearson carried tbe Fonrth by 14, the Fifth by 3, the Sixth by 85 and the Seventh by 3o. In considering Mr. Pearsou's run, it ia fair to retneiuber that be was confined to the house with the grip dnring the campaigu. Tbe vote on aaayor and piesideut of the couucil was as follows: Both Harkius aiid Seyler cairied every ward in the city exceptiug the Second. Harkius' majorities by wards was as follows : First 99, Third 36, Fourth 1'47, Fifth 17, Sixth 109, Seventh 8'S, while Muritbew carried the Seeoud by 98. Seyier carried the First by 120, 'i'hird 5a, Fonrth 146, Fiith 50, Sixth 137, Seveuth 110 and Hatzel cairied tlieJSecoud by 97. ior justice of the peace, Mayor William O. Doty has I fíO majority lor the long term and 14(5 for the .iiorf term. He earries the First ward by 1, the Sacond by 173, the Tliiril by 61, the Ji'onrth by 19, the Pifth by 14, whíle Mr. Eall carnes the Sixth by 57 and the Seveuth by 40. The vote was as follows : The ward eleetions were as follows, republicaus buiug first nanied: FIRST WAliD. Supervisor - William K. Childs 240- 80 James Kearns 1 (50 AJderman - Francis M. Harniltou . . . . 245- 89 J. Fred Hoelzle 136 Constable - William E. Eldert 200 - 13 Mclviii C. Petersou 194 SBCOND WAKD Supervisor - Adam öoetz 20fl Eniaunel Schueider. . . . . 292 - 8(i Alderman - . Lonis Lucas ) (i 1 John Koch 845-184 Constable - Fred HuhH 1.95 Paul Schall :S04- 109 THIUD WAIíD. Supervisor - Jacob Fischer 265 - 64 Clinton J. Snyder 201 Alderman - George W. Sweet 193 William H. L. Rohde . . . 274- 81 Constable - Wm. H. Boven 209 Marvin Davenpoit 2S4 - 45 FOUBTII WAKD. Supervisor - Herman Krapf 302 - 8 William Kennedy 194 Alderinau - Frank Vaudawarker 239 - 81 Andrew Muehlig 158 Constable - John L. Cox 221- 47 Theotold Martini 174 FISTH WARD. Supervisor - John Shadford 3 00 - 1 James Bolye 9fl Alderman - L. D. Grossn 101 - 4 Geerge Spathelf, jr 97 Constable - Thomas Blackbnru 86 Kudolph Keru 109 - 23 8IXTH M-AKD. Supervisor - Williain Biggs. . 154- 74 Hndson T. Alorton 80 Aldermau - Kmmett Coou 171 - 109 Thomas D. Kearney 62 Constable - Arthuí J. Sweet 163 - 94 William Jolly oh SEVENTII WARD. Supervisor - G. Frank Alhueudinger. 181 No oppositiou. Alderman - Henry Bliton 17o - 97 Albert Tenfel 78 Constable - Richard Zebbs 169- 82 George Frey 87