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Assemblyman - tllTOBlLTT. There was a eonapieuon absence of...
tllTOBlLTT. There was a eonapieuon absence of that - tullen and anrly temper" of which William a Te Witt (poke at tbo Democratic prlmarle In Kings County last night. On tha contrary. large and enthuaiaatlo crowd turned out In every ward in Brooklyn and in tbo connty towns, and the largest vote la year waa polled. There was really nothing to induce the enrolled Democrats to get ont and be oountod oxuopt a desire to show the people that thera was to bo no sulking beeaus Cbanjn was not nominated for Governor. The object of the primaries waa to eleot delegates delegates to the Assembly, senatorial, city, and county conventions to be held during the com' log week, and the greatest harmony prevailed io bji uui a low warae. in the euxth. Fourteenth, Fourteenth, and Seventeenth there were oonteats. but they were merely between ward factions for control of Aldermanlo and ward nomina tions. In the Eighteenth there wa a atroug tight against tbe leadership of John Cottier, led oy ex-ASHOtnoirman ex-ASHOtnoirman ex-ASHOtnoirman Blanchfield. It was designed designed to kill oft Cottier a a candidate for County County Clerk, but he carried the orlmarv and will be a candidate until ordered out by tho leader or nominated by the convention. Tbo exolualve announcement in yesterday's Times that Mr. William Zlegler bad written a letter outllnlnr what the plan of campaign for tho Brooklyn Mayoralty must be. sad that it publication would be delayed owing to the fact toot one uepuDiican was named as having been mixed up in the water steal, waa treated by some of the local papers yesterday as a oanard and by others as a fact. ,

Clipped from The New York Times03 Oct 1891, SatPage 5

The New York Times (New York, New York)03 Oct 1891, SatPage 5
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