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The Election

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Day
10
Month
April
Year
1885
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Public Domain
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Monday was one of the flniest and brightest spring election days in year. For an hour before the polls opened in the morning and until 5 o'elojk in the afternoon, a crowd of men snrrounded each polling place, while near by were smul] groups quietly discussing about the election. There were THBEE OITT TICKETS In the üeld, deinoc atic, repnblioan and prohibition ticket, but the great strife was between detnocrats and republicans, the prohiliitionists playingseconil fiddle. The followiiig is THE VOTE BY WARDR .(IISTÍCK. (oolry. Morse. lm waril 884 161 ai mud ioo 132 31 ward 121 188 4th ward 187 140 5th ward 52 101 th ward 176 8K Total 87" 7.16 Majorlty for Oooley. 114. REilKM'H. t$ Í i L = S i ? E o 5 lst ward ... 186 24 ! 263 15 14 11 M ward 4 74 176 145 I 1 3d ward 96 110 192 181 14 14 4thward.... 122 l0 KB 142 25 22 5th ward .... 6 61 87 76 8 8 thward... 5 97 58 0 27 25 Total.... 62 705 941 759 8 81 MAYOR. Kapp. Hamilton. Stere. lst ward i 207 30 2d ward 2in 81 4 ;id ward 185 . ïi 4thward 154 110 M Stli ward 7!i 63 13 tob ward 47 98 54 Tntal 879 soa 154 Plurallty for Rapp, D., 277. RKCORDKK. Pond Sheehan. Wilsey. lst ward...; 238 174 W Jd ward 95 145 3 M ward IS6 ir7 15 Rh ward 134 186 28 "ithward 7!i 69 8 Itb ward 102 56 35 Total 784 786 112 I'lnrality for Pond. R„ 18. JUBTICK O' THE IT.ACE. Frueauff. (Mark. Moore. Ist ward 281) 202 5 d ward 1"5 77 4 3d ward 125 167 U 4thward 129 141 2 5th ward 64 T8 10 tithward 97 76 M Total 790 741 8 Plurallty for Frueauff, R., 49. supervisors. j' 5 5 3 a. S = í s a x c - o S 'JÍ C S X, st ward... 263 173 2d ward 140 108 3dwt.rdt.... 292 214 4thward... 287 fU jthward.... 115 40 6thward.... ■ 62 131 Total.... 40.! 276 55H 45 177 171 AI.ÏIBRMEN. lst ward Husdon 214- 60 Luick 181 Guinon ... 14 2d ward .. Walz 239-235 Koys 4 3d ward Kearng 207-106 Snow 101 4th Ward Goodrich 111 Keating 159- 48 Schu macher 27 5th ward Lennon 71 Poland 13 6thward Martin 125- 84 Mlller 40 Woodruff. Ï9 CONSTABLES. lst ward Sutherland 287-150 Flelcher 137 2d ward Schall 234-230 Markham." 4 3d ward Imus 265-226 Banfleld 39 4th ward Loomis l&S Kffner 3 Chamberlain... 28 5th ward Manly 76 Murray 77- 1 Wulte 4 6th ward Gidley 98- 46 Merrithew 52 Thompson 42 WATEIÏ WOKKH. For. Agalnsl. lst ward 3T1 61 2d ward 198 23 3dward 26B 25 4th ward 54 14 5th ward 11 18 6th ward 150 36 Total l-'8 174 Majority for, 1,164. JAIL LOAN. Yes. No. Int ward 396 1 id ward 212 6 M ward 28a 3 4th ward 285 4 ötb ward 140 thward 166 2 Total 1481 21 Majorlty for, 1460. The followtng gentlemen will compose the Board of iS(iieivisors for the cominji year aocording to the returns Ann Arbor City: First District- Henry D. Bennett, D. Second Disirict- Patrick O'Hearn, D. Third District- Noah G. Butts, D. Ann Arbor Town- Fred D. Braun, R.' Augusta- William Dansingburg, R. Bridgewater- James M. Kress, IJ. Dexter- Cliarles Uwyer, D. Freedom- Jacob Breining, D. 1ima- John V. N. Gregory, D. Lodi- Leopold Hlaess, D. Ijyndon- Fred Howlett, D. Manchester- Horatlo Burch, G. Nortbfleld -Patrick S. Purtell, Ind. l'ittsfleld- Morton F. Case, R. Kalem- Geo. S. Wheeler, B. Haline- Matliew Meeger, D. Hcio- Tilomas Hughes, l). William B. Osborne, D.. Superior- William Murray, D. Sylvan- James L. Gilbert, It. Webster- A lonzo Olsaver, R. , Y rk- Alfred Daveuport, D. Ypsllanti Town- Albert R. Graves, R. Ypsilanti City: First District- Lee Yost, R. Second District- Chas. H. McCormick, D. Re-elected. This city gave Cooley R. 78 majority, Whitman D. 231 and Field F. 115. Morse has l(lt53 majority in this county over Cooley and Salem to hear f rom. Mr. Whitman, the young democratie war horse of Ypsilanti, has 1,768 majority and Field 1,318 in old Washtenaw. In the state Morse has nesrly 30,000 majority over Cooley, while the balance of the democratie ticket is elected by majorities f rom 15,000 to 20,000. Monday was a glorious day for Michigan, and the democracy. Bight well may the people rejoioe.

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