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The City Election

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Parent Issue
Day
5
Month
April
Year
1893
Copyright
Public Domain
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Th' bateóme of the city alectlon r.is; Monda? te gratiiylng in one ;-nsc and s'.iil ttoerc aro causea fot lebrel. al(. "i ii-' i ïiii Qiale iiy (u!. 'i'iiMinph.m was au xcelleut one, indeed t wa reiiK-irkiiHic wlH-ii uu' i.i-i ia taken uto ltia t ion thut iie was i demo rat, ï'Hoiirn.ü' apon i repuMlcan tickei, a ml agffiTmt as clean aml bjonerabte a majo ;us ttare s in the city of Aan Árbor. Wtugn you coime to think t over yoa wonder how it liappened. Por city clerk Glen V. Mills is pitU-il Bpódnet Wra. J. Miller i popular yoiinjí Germán, who luis fajthfully and (■fiiicnil.v eerved one term and ivas ore tihe people tor a lecond term, ■a Uniiiï tiKtt .s almoet always grantM. Tht MIUlB wa.s omly defeat.d by HlKnt 40 votes pi-ove vvhat a tiustler ■hie iis when he stans tor aiiythiiiii. Ibe PepRitHioans are proud of Mr. Mills' run, tor it was a plendid one, and !-]■ ■iilly froai ttoe faet that t was ík is lirst one. Ifae pontea t for preaBQcut oí the coundillbetween Mr. WTaoa and Mr. Watts, .s'iiows wiiut a .sysiematij warfare vi ï.a .■(■DinjiünSi, for Watts wouLlsurely .hïivf Ik-i-u deteated liad lic hl, from moment in' was. oominated, commenced in a yetematic aml tiioruugli niiaimer to wort for bLmBlI. He was Ui" ooly man on the democratie tick■i tii ii uiKiristudii enougti ol tii' Mtuation to ".ürt a move on hiin,"" and fliint he diil. The dofoat ui Mr. Wincs O-i greatly regretted by a large nuinb0T i'.' Wil ) Ik'Ü'Vi' lh.".t tn ' kiiowledge ha potMesaes woulil be oí .irreal ii : . 1 tn t.icrity tiiis ycar. He buu made ooe ol the vary best aldermen ttue oum-ii evear had, and te too gOOd a man lor ttue party tn allow to M'in.ti,!i bdle cry long. Jollín lïcniiett's. canvas speaks lor 5'tself. He was elocted by t'ue targeal aiKijoiity Ol any (jne upon the ticket. He djd not seck tbo Office, the office KOUg-lU hi'm, and it found him, too, and Ilias made 00 mintake. P. O'Heara tor assessor, so conduct.s One luisimess of liis office that republitans and demoerats aüike unite in do'ii.ü' hita lionor. l'ew men are mentad as he ha.s b mu. Th Dfectt mentáaned candidatos are rciutil:.;ti, next demoeratt . 'l'írsi' are Ui ■ figwea : M WOK. Tlioinpsou. Mann. lst ward 451 208 Jd ward 104 Í6') 3d ward _ loo 193 4th ward 178 J51 Stli wnrd c, 70 (tli wtird SÏ8 oí W4 95) Majority for Thoirlpgou 4: CITY Cl.KI'.K. Mills. Mlller. lst ward 4 201 á ward __.](! tü 8d wnrd __ 14:1 198 4l)i wnrd ___ _M? Ji;7 órhward __ ;,.; ;j útil ward ... ...■■, 77 V 977 Majorit; for Mlller ._ 05 PRESIDENT OF THE COUKCU . VVioea. Watts, i Nt ward.. 2ó 1% ■2d ward _._ ...IOS 281 3d ward 148 ]94 4th ward _ 145 170 óth ward- ."; C9 ttta ward.__ _. aSJ 70 114-2 '.u .Mujurity íor Wattt- ÍS JU8TICB OF THE PEACB. Bennett. Butis. lt ard 27u J7s Kd ward- no -iis :ld ward 159 1-.; lili wnrd _ __ _.]ii7 ]4i; "th wnrd _ _ ! M litli wnrd... _■:;-, i,s 1011 889 i Miíjcirlry ínr (■.met 1 .._ US WU!I Ol'KHKIIS. FIKST 1VABD. Supervisor- John E. MIner, R 383 üj Emauuel Wanner, D. i;i John o. Palmer. 1' 17 Alderman - c has. w. Wagner.R (- ia Daniel A. MacLachlan, D. 218 Panl SnmiliK', I' 19 Constable - T. K. Thompson, K. iml D. ;:9:j- ;:?:: Chas. Boylan, I'. 20 - I I (Ml UARp, Supervisor- Ensene Oesterllo SSt - n-i JI. liuiidert 119 Aldcrmnn - Chrle Martin xa ( 'iiiKtiiblc - Paul Schall 364- M7 A. Kulford _ ld? ïlinui irjun. Sui.fivisor-.hi-. Kennis. D.and R. 888- S19 Fred Essllnger.P :i Alderman- A. II. Ftllmore, K. ixj- ; Win. ('lancy, Jr., D. 154 Win. Copeland, P J:; ble Jasper Inins, K _ lss- 40 Chas. .si-hott. I) _ !- Win. Muck _ 9 rOÜBTH w At.i. Supervisor- Geo. i. Pond.R t T-J - 18 John .-. Uarroll, 1). -t Duim. F I. A lderm.au - A. I'. Ferguaon, K. and i.. . - ' '-i Wm. Siilyer, r, 1' :-;l ,!i)l(.' - T. K. U'omnt,l. ani R... ï'i- -M Dank-1 Strickler, f :;i FIFTH U'.VKL. Supervisor- ThOB. 8peechley, R 6T- i _,■.!. W. Weeka, l 61 Aldermtui - Chas H. Mnnly, D and R 1U 1W Nelon Roífcrs. Í' 2 Constable - Chas. Fox, I) Ak-x Williams 2 Sixto WAp.n. Supervisor- Bvart H. 8cott, D. and tt.. 454- !ll Hornee .1. l'urtielcl. P :i i Alderiuan - Arthur .. Kitson, i: 191- J88 Rícbard K. Jolly I) 5N Eleozer a. cnlkin-, 1' tí Constable - Hunry Miir.-li. K 1.V-I1X JttM. iürley, 1). í7 lohu 0. ilon, Y... - M BLSCTION NOTES. 'l'ii-rt' were more Imporfest u.iiiois !n the boxea iliis year taan -ver be ore. And now some of the boys irfr to h.' in as .ludKi1 Qeonett. Tliut s'.niiiiN vve:i. In Uw '!! ward there were a-bout 80 utiite t!.-k-t.s in tbe box without ;i mark of an.v kind npon tbem. Ifce aiajoriity of ;t for Juttee K:raie in tibe 4tli ward, prores that srnne oí M-r. GHday'e mvn iluu-cli ixiopie ilid not approve jí' tbc kttempt in h;i!jr reütgioa Into politici. A!l. II. (;. ru-tiyman of the tli ward. 'm b biurUer, and út) mlstake. He aecompUBtiied prottaiOf more tbao an.v olliirr tj men fur tlic election of tiii' nuuL.iiial tirkrt Monday. TJw feelSng tor elther tbe pure A.U8ti alian ballot or a retara to the olil u. ■!..■ of votjng la growlag witii every electiou. The present Bystèm Injurea sonioünii's nuf purtj', and Bometimes another. S: -i 1 out tmndilcappe] by a democratie in;i;nily ol .ilxiut 150, and .-!■ ■■tiiiK tWO 0Í Ita OVO ticket, and running tb oCbera bo close that II made made tbe eow-ïSek on tbe back oí th.'ir had stick ui straight, was a pnetty gtyod record för the ropublfc ca nu. Thiere owr1i.í to 1' a school of instru-tion be'ore every electton. The present mettaod oi rotlng la bo eomI! att'tl tluat lii'.ndi-eils of gaoá, bright duaeeaw make mlitakee and aften lose tliWr vote. Man.v are boo proud to ask bjffw, and coosequnUy are denlied this greateat prlvl ■p oían AmeriK-an eitizen. The repobltcAne oIh-,-,'i[ tbe electioo faw to t!liú very tettor. 'llu'.v employed no backs, neil.tber dtd Utey liirf any int-n to woik at the polls. or an.v. 11,'iv etee. Kvcrything that a done n tllR' canvas was done by men M) workt'd for tbe ko(1 of the causo. witÜKHit ninncy, and without price. On th? txmtrary the demócrata liad li;uks at every poltlag booth in tbe city. 5tti wa.rd perhape excepted, Wfhilctl s ilNtincily a.üainsi the law.

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