The Daily Republican 27 Mar 1900

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a the Mc-Larn, April Mover Aroand and Aboat BemtleysrUIe. Lester Sprowls from the Iilchardson bouse to the Kicharnson House William Gibson from the Richard' son house to his own house in the Crouch addition; May Hunt from the Jennings house to the house vacated by Wm. Gibson; John Cox from California to the Hunt house; Sol Cox from the Kerr house to his own house in the Crouch addition; Hudson Gutherie from the Hunt house to the Kerr house: George Booth from Bichardson house to the Jennings House; Julie Jeninngs from the Baker bouse to ner own nouse; J. L. Clutter from the Mitchell house to the Bichardson house; Mrs. Nat Toung from Charieroi to tne Mitchell house: Wm. Santee from the Boss Wil son house to the Abe Mvers house; Boss Wilson from the Warne farm to hisjown house: Frank Wall from tne-McKlhany tne-McKlhany tne-McKlhany farm to the Hud Winnett farm; Hud Winnett to the Bainey farm; James Huffman from the Mitchell farm to his own house; O. T. Tinley from Charie roi to his house; Martin Conley from Liverpool, Ohio, to the Lydia house; Alex Patrick from Bobison Station to the E. S. Carson farm; Charley Poland from the Jones house to his own house in the Bichardson addition; Wm. Weav er from the Bichardson house to the Jones house; John Dunlap from Dun- Dun- ningsville to the Farquhar farm; Mr, Finev from unio to tne Kicnarason house: Jack Jeninngs from the Richard son house to his owj house; A. D. Byers from the Huffman house to bis own house; Bichard Huffman from Monon gahela to his house; Mr. Richardson from DunningSTilIe to Ellsworth; Kev Clark from C. P. parsonage to Muddy Creek, Greene Co.; Rev. Neal from Rices Landing to the C. P. parsonage Rev. Hackman from the Lusk house, Edward Chapel, to the M. E. parsonage; Daniel Ellsworth from the Richardson hoase to the ; Richardson addition; H. B. McLane to Washington. About 25 families have moved into the new houses at Ellsworth. z. x. BOLTERS TURNED DOWN. A Cain of Sevea 'Stalwart f the Lrslslatare la Oae BallatlBsr la !- !- liaata the Isaac Was Plalaly Pat Peaple ass They Refeaketl the aaraeata. (Special Correspondence.) Harrisburg, March 27. Another series of stalwart Republican was recorded with the result of primary elections held last Tne outcome is a net gain of members of the legislature for the ulars, the defeat of three men bolted the Republican caucus on United States senatorehip and plete routs of insurgents wherever put up candidates for either state ator or state representatives. Friends of Colonel M. S. throughout the state have great casion to rejoice over the result Republican voters of four counties Erie, Crawford, Blair and Butler an opportunity to go to the polls express their sentiments on the States senatorship. The issue plainly and clearly before the and by a popular vote the of Colonel Quay have been and indorsed, and the principle of majority rule has been once more and emphasized by thousands of ballots of stalwart, party loving and minded Republicans. The friends Colonel Quay did not bring his personality to the front until that made the direct issue by the anti-Quay anti-Quay men. Then the regulars declared willingness to meet them on that tion and let the people determine result. As in the days when Quay submitted the matter of his reelection to the United States to a direct vote of the Republicans

Clipped from The Daily Republican27 Mar 1900, TuePage 7

The Daily Republican (Monongahela, Pennsylvania)27 Mar 1900, TuePage 7
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