The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 9, 1892 · Page 3
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8*', ^ HV'**"•£'•'••-"K^" ' * " ' L j4 r ***,"*! -*• -f'-tiAttfe-.ui-*i>"4»i*( *-t . '•w'4- )*•<*» i>w ^ DAILY OHHONICLK, NOVEMBER 9, f * ' prerfderi't 1 yesterday, carry ing the states <*. of flaw York; New Jersey, Indiana and all the southern States. New York/rolls • up & biff majority and Illinois is found 60 the democratic side for the Urst time ia a presidential election, since 'the re publican party was formed. ,,. MARSHALL GOES DEMOCRATIC AS USUAL.. , Th» National' •nil'* gtntti Ticket' Demo- CtVtlo by » RnduSed Majority—• •' ' Th« County Kepubllcmi. t> 3, l s '3 7 -34 3 & 117 1JJ9 -1154 .161 103 1U9 145 VJl 15 # 2 » 85 I S si -5. ATT'V. Clark ...... ,,.„...... 85 101 Mt" «J 100 116 215 191 6 10 1 S &•> JJRT COM. 118 l*t MJ 430 8* 108 1«3 98 40* ....« IttV SOU 171 909-1SJ <..,. 105 111 Sin, 171 6QS-119 Men-Ill ........... '.,93 114 184 -90 «iHl «S 1M 137' 90 489 . Carey ..... .... #J 105 <j» T»r Wfi "' . 93 103 «M 130 517 .... , ... 7 s 1! 'f *5 Brtown .. .. .......... "6 « >i li Tattoo ............ ,.., 1 * S r, •,' I. 91 100 800 IttO SIH-1 7' 9 8 IS .5.^......" IT IS 15 JS .iO-H 9 10 a .3d- The returns from the eotmty-eoine ,fn very* slo'wly but enough has boon learned to show that the entire republi can ticket 14 elected. Judge Ingersoll ran behind the ticket In a number of to-V?n%,buti is elected by-a good ny» jjrity. Mfe Ferguson for represehta tive uittde a good ran, but is probably def eatcd by tou ut* u tlu/.ou votws*T~ , Slliley Trobablv K'eotfp.l. Unolllqiat returns «iye the following •'vote^dn representative for'tho firitdis- .The eleclioifV, this city i' a* majority for the dem'ocralio ticket , excepHtig count j — clerk; Mr. GrejgK ifeltiaff a plurality of four vote?. Mr. Porter made a magnificent run, gettmg 279 majority over .Judge ijjoU. Mr. Folej also njnde iv handsome / run t»ud .led Mr. Cl.irk'bj oyi>r'5?flO votes. • 1Rhe";8ta,te and .national ticket did not jjet the usual plurtillty iuio"ibout 25. Mr. Ferguson fjar^epresentative carried evefy. >fftriii. The following U a de- failed aocpunf of the vote.* for ^ach of Qcer bj ward?: OTOH AT 1 S, Dickie iw 18T • 4 TV! Pitt 90 439 1'ja 163 Q41-103 a* CJptOB .PerR AUea, DI*TBiCT BLKO^OHH. ..... IK 113 188 «U 483 t ....... »1 107 i^J 151 517—109 . ..... 6 « a a « • ........ i a a •'> . Barrow* .^'. :-.-j-*t~IM'. 131 m "t'i ,w» 151 .« '.s y 1 2.4 Albion tp. ; v », 24 A,lbion t'lty.'.,.. ^ !.%.»':'.' Clarence... 1 i....'. >*. ,v*. Clarendon;..;'.-, .-.....-. X ** Gohvis,... .-i.". ..I.-...« Eckford.,'.^. ., .,s Fredonia .Homer ,,.. :... LOO . .. ,:... .',*<• '..'':•-. Marshall tp. i % .. ...;.. .ciiy. 18 24 '.'•>' • 48 154 18 The Litlv-t fr.mt ; DETROIT, N;i»v. U, 4 p'. "m:-—The, returns from the state show; that fiich la elected jjovernor by -10,009 |plurniii.y The republiuaus ^lecv ('nnyresaaieii in th'e 3d, 4th, Olh, Hlh, 9th. Htti Uhd ISjh districts. Tho demOornM win in \tli^ ,1st, 3<l,.ftth, 7ih a-iid 10th diairiets •*' f/ i- M t ' Sheridtm ':.,...'.;...,. fekohsUa ....... .."... .'.78' .Total ....... ..... .,.331 "We have the for the sale of ; CLOAKS made from these lar goods, and we Sell tiietai: at very low prices to get them introduced here. Every garnie^it - war^ranted; S. V, RVlEPPER. I know tMt I^m a little far to i • the East endibutasourcity is growr V ' e . spread out, we all can- '. not do business in the center, GOVKIINPK. 'ttUV:. •:..'....'. ......... 98 108 141 <Xt «!«J V ./ Jio»e :,......... ...... 91 111 8UO int -51S-103 Batiell ,.„..;.•.„-. j. . « . a .3 » -is* ' "j»'*f Hi 187 ' Iti' 48T Ku*«3^:::::::;:;;;:. »i .107 m, m t>..^..«' (j, «} ,3 a at Vaaaer?tw)e .,..„.,.., ' 'ATE. • 118,137,'. m iva i ^fr' a k 8 sir—109 's Hambiuser ......... ,..-«' US '137 -Marrta ......... : ... 63 1J7- 13ii Taylor.-..-..-... •.,.,..:C« » « " ' WeltOn......, », % ... Peak 9<r 43J 151 , 5»" ^*' 93 113 137 Wi 4W •-" "••• 51" 517 fl «J entertutuvl a numb^r'otiier li.ttl« friends »fn birth- daylparty yesturthiy . • 4 \y.-' Winttor rt-ttiru«U yfcst«nl;i.> And other *citi«fs, 5 n «Mits»n , 8 a u 1 S 3 5 " ATTOBJiKV HKHEaAI.. .'. 92 11? 187 90 4«i SI JIOH SOI 153, 868 113 ,. 8 '•» ' 2 ' ii Ss' 1 cox. MATE LASJ> *)r?ic.K. Seiry ;..- e ... 98 us w?" ««" 4*r - • <- 91 107 !W1 l&t S52 114 u 9 a ». j« Kills .W»U SUM. 1'OflUtUJitlT. PattioftiU ........ •>.... «0 .113 1*3 «U 437 «|Cb..,T..^-. ......... 9i'-Wl<tt 151 647 110 9 2 -* SH « 1 1 A^£. KUAfUl KU- *f »« 137 96 438 VI 10S 1«9 15r --W7 »• i -9 tt The UtJtroir Tribune cunturuud as hopeful"newd'for ihu r«publicdros,il»a morning ai -did ihe'"Fiv«i fn-.ss ' y$ars aeu. 1 .. • ••'.''. The dBUKH'riits are all toJajs ' Thie republican**.on'ihe county ticket are v'tsfJ? thankful Ihut ihe t'V clone did uotltrike, t^em:-. It wus very, -quiet in tUt- jVlaccabire hall last uJKhi-;- ^ ne ^'^ rift^'bavw to iii*pAlchi's to'tiij'l oiH bow the election had gone. Thy.countenance? pf |.hu<-e i»r«seut told-ihc story,. Robert Shelley^ *f b« has been in ellJorsome time past,.yjsuted bis fanu- lym fhfi> ci.ty thjs wvek aud returned today, lie ..uxuects to FUUJOVC to tbnt place pertaftU&Dtly in tl\e spring "• J Th'e- trU|l gompufly "has busted :unl gone out.of-bail nesa.' Ti.ec.tock oienced to decline early. .last and by midnight ' db)Ur.!iud Hooker. » .11? . ,«» 109 9* , 67ti. 81 ass not Vofih u o 'ii cud, iu m c:iuiv. . Tjle 'ouuaty facts' g from 7<K> IP j>W majority. Tli« ii towns «n»w msjoviiiud'for Eah-t»oii : iouJ tqwathip, 8i;, Albioh.cUy, it will pay you if iiir want—of '*• •-.""• ,X Hardware to give -I m<§ a /eaH/ I :':;•..'•:'• '•''.-, •':••'-: .• .'..."-••,•'•;"• ' .•.-••; ^' "• "2/. bavfe two carloads of Aeorn: 0pok- ing & Heating Stoves io picfi: from. Over One Million of th0^e stoves now in use. Every bocf^-is invited to call at m^ Salesroom and inspect toy new line pf good^. JOHN .WHALENv/iast State Street, BLOOK/" r^QF MILtlHERY UOODS fORTHiNEXT ' , " ' - J v ' » . , l ~ ! • Sell at Coat foy.lCA^h all*•' " ~* / TrimmedMts a^; Bpimets,, All Ufttrimmef ctoodis, •, FeatheTs, Fancy Featheii, , Laces, -fOR THE NEKT THIRtYvDAYSi \ ' _*.'_!>~ "'t^, __ P _^_, ' MISfc\HANN'A, is^in fcbarge of nny Jatelvfruiu Uhapiua.ii *>v _ »5 114 '.'.'. % 0 1 « S- 91 154 8 GfcSftK. -.1* ,.. W 109 Ml ** ^^ land a j»*3'>r«y ttru: Ath^os U: ene«, 15s Fi-Mlonia. 4'i; L'--u <Wi go, 10; §heridm', 13. ruuiu-r bavb ual bueu ri<Ajrd! frum •' lame back the'w Is opUtio^ bettw to aftturate a flanaol cloth with Chaw- bf rlatn'e Pai» Balm aud biud it* on the affected i>arts. Try it &Q# you 'will be *or- pri«adatthe projapt relief ttaffotas. The gaaae ttetittnent will cute rheu tnat Uij. Fur -gate at Oroea'a drug atort. LT~- JJ-JCt6 «4. 6- CruuU'« having bad a ia*2§ ex.perieucec.au give yogi sathfaetjou u.ml vu short itotio,c. Ifd^r is tbe time and .-. 1 ^4 CNOVEirS 2 doors west ofPs^Q.^ . js the plaice. THE FLAG. 2 Stores 2 Stores. 811 THE RED P

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