James Christoe election results
it WM late last night before tbe judges and cleric* of etecttofi (n tbe various polling place* completed tb. t • Wbo« aad ft wa« definitely a«- certalned wlto were tb« atwcMrta! candidates. Most interest wM Itt the three leading offices on the ticket supervisor, collector and asWMOf— for which a warm fight was made. Toe candidates for re-eleclion to tbf first two cfflcet were defeated, and the candidate for re-elee'.lott to tbe Ust named ofBce was snccessfol, al" tbwngli his rote wa» greatly cot Into fey tee rival candidates for tbeae- W« will «'ll tot a 5c PER "OBUTASO" MwnM It CLEANS t»4 Woodwork, BatfcTolw, tnjnrt Handa or Article*. Sbe »a>. tnr Nation tte XHw- ». A34BT- AMernuo 2Mb. Alderman 2Mb. reflection tin election for April M for Alderman April SO for April 203 Alderman 20th. for reelection ward. plurality opponent Tbe rr jwds U>at hong around the polls 3<rwn town «e«raed well pleased wrtn U>e result of tee eleclloa and ihe 8oecei!8fa1[e*aaW*tes were the recipient recipient of many call* from their admirer*. admirer*. For tbe office of supervisor, jo%n BJMe was elected byabaod- •ome majority. For the office of as- r^tast wiperrieor, James Bell and B. f. Cra.»«f *e« elected. Patrick Ward is town «*erk by * troanSmone T«rt», J»o»*« W. Smitli will collect iioiase* ot Alton township, begin- aiaj JtDaary 1, 1899,, Jartes Cotter wiS be tie man to blame If taxes are too Wj-b, and f or anyone whowisbee to go to law in tbe court* of the local 3. P/s, tfcer* will be the cboice ol 'Squires Braadewiede, Qnartoo, Nath«a, Nath«a, Koonan and Few. For Constable there were elected S. B. Hays, W. B. BOM, W. C. Fiedler, W. A. Bitterton an* T. J. Uti. Tbe vote by wards on the offices of Supervisor, Collec.or and Assessor was as follows: FJBOT WAHD. Supervisor—Graham 80, Tonsor 83, Bible 147. Collector—Hoppe 42, Smith 219, Dettmers 49. Assessor—Cotter 167, Kennedy 28, Steiner 13, Starr 68, Hltt 3, Connor 20. BBCOND WAK0. Supervisor—Q raham 47, Tonsor 42 Elble 132. Collector—Hoppe 26, Smith 137, Deltmers 62. Assessor—Cotter 108, Kennedy IB, For Sale 0Sr Our WIRE BEATERS are tbe best Carpets. tlce, was returned would hardly be affable and impartial Quartan. Geo. W. Fox*, candidate for Constable, run for bis Brat politics. George will time, Jim Smith, for tbe Nancy Hanks Johnny Elble, for lose second. "ralities of 600 and competitors. John names to beat. And Jim born In Alton named "Jim," Supervisor—Graham 62, Tonsor 65 ( Elble 186. Oollector—Hojipe 38, Smith 212, Dettmsrs 47. Assessor—Cotter 130, Kennedy 14 f Steiner 8, Starr 81, Hltt 14, Connor 62. FOURTH WABD. -~ Uncle Thomas the "perseverance political sense. man for a but having been several times in ^parting won out.