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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania NINTH YEAB-NO. 212. LOCK HAVEN, PA.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBEK 5, 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS leap Returns WMcli Indicate a Close Vote. In Most of the Counties of the State. PHILADELPHIA TRUE BLUE She Rolls Dj a Eepiilcai Majority Over Twenty-One Ttaaul CLAIMING PATTISON'S ELECTION It Will Doubtless Take the Official to Decide the Matter. Tote EETUBNS FBOM TEE OTHES STATES Ohio Itemaini True to Her Republican Principles and Minnesota Elects n Republican Governor by a Small Plurality -McKlnley'a Election Claimed by a Small Majority-Haunchuiett*t and Connecticut Elect Democratic State oUlcere -The New York Lectilatura Claimed by the democrats on a Joint Ballot-Tammany Wins in New York City-Con j^ro Hainan Vans Defeated In the Third i'eun-Hylvania District for CoDgTebB. Meagre returns from the State indicate a very olose vote for Governor, with the chances in favor of Senator Delamater's election. Pattison gained on Beaver's majority of four years ago in all parts of the State and the returns received up to the hour of going to press indicated that it will take the official count to decide the contest. The Democrats claim Pattison's election by 10,000 plurality, but even if this be true the balance of the Republican state ticket is probably elected, as Patti-son ran considerably ahead of hit ticket. Chairman Andrews, of tbe Republican State Committee, says that the state is close and that it will take the official figures to decide the contest. PENNSYLVANIA. PiTTSBUBCrii, Nov. 4-1st ward, 2d pre- [ cinot, Delamater 43, Pattison 14S; gave ! Beaver 58, Black 90. 28tU ward, 1st precinct, Delamater 87, Pattison 09; gave' Beaver 50, Black 58. 1st ward, 3d precinct, Delamater '^3, Pattison 194; gave Beaver 84, Black 78. Gth ward, 1st pre-oiuot, Delamater 41, Pattison 91, gave Beaver 75, Black 94. 11th ward, Gth precinct, Delamater ISO, Pattison 91; gave Beaver 117, Black 48. 1st ward, 15th precinct, Pattison 181, Delamatsr 52; gave Black 137, Beaver 42. Allegheny City, Nov. 4.-2d ward, 2d precinct, Delamater 7G, Pattison 303; gave Beaver |100, Black 60. 1st ward, 1st precinct, Delamater 138, Pattison Gl, Beaver 91, Black 31; 3d ward, 4th pr�-oinct, Delamater G9, Pattison 2"; gave Beaver 43, Black 24. Pittsburg, Nov, 4.-Ten precincts gave Boaver 1857, Blaok G20 This year they give Delamater 1865, Pattison 1070. Chester county-100 districts give Dela--tnator a gain of 2G3. Clinton comity-The Democrats claim 875 majority for Pattison. It is reported that Thomas II. Oreevy, Dem., carries Altoona, by over 800 majority, whioh will probably elect him, being a gain of a Democratic Congressman. PiTTSiiuKon, Nov, 4 -14th ward, 2d precinot, Delamater 46, Pattison 19S; gave Beaver 104, Black CO. 9th ward, 3d pre-cinct, Delamater 50, Betfver 32, Black 131. oinct, Delamater 7G, Beaver 09, Black 78. Forty-three districts in Allegheny county show a Domocratio gain of G44. Fifty-five districts in Allegheny county show a Democratic gain of G26. This includes 48 precincts in the city of PitU- buag. Barks county, 24. districts out of 102 show a net Democratic gain of 752. Reaping,Nov. 4.-17 out of 34 precincts Id this city shows a Democratic majority of 8G7, a Damooratio gain of 402. Allegheny oonnty-34 districts in this county show a Democratic gain of 6G9. Pattison 142; gave 28th ward, 2d pre-Pattison 110; gave Snyder county-The Republican Corn mitteo estimate Delamater'n majority ;it. 700. Berks county-Forty-two districts out side of Reading give Dem. majority of 4,391. Reading city, 22 precincts out of 34 show Dura, majority of 1,092. Berks county-The Democratic Com mittee estimate Pattison's majority in this county at 8,890. York county-The Dem, majority is 4,000, a Dem. gain of 1500. Seventy-one districts in Allegheny couu ty gives Delamater G930, Pattison 7078, Gave Beaver 5711, Biaok -1581, Dom. gain of 1228. Centre county-The Democrats estimate that Pattison will havo 1200 majority in this county. Washington couuty-The Democrats claim Washingtou county by 500, Dem, gain of 130. Crawford county.-27 precincts, includ. ing cities of Meadville and Titusville.show Dem. gain of 750. Same ratio of gain will make county very close. Franklin county-The Republican ma jority is estimated at 500, Dem. gain of 250. Berks county-The Moruiivj JJeruld estimates Pattisou's majority in the county at 9,225. Dauphin oounty-Republican Cbairmau estimates Republican majority at 1,300, Republican gain 322. Adams county-Democratic Chairman estimates 400 Dem. majority, a Democratic gain of 209. Lehigh county-Estimated 2100 Demo oratio majority, a Democratic gain of about 200. The Democratic chairman claims 2700 majority. Montour county-The Republicans estimate Democratic majority at 650, a Republican gain of 31. Delaware oounty-Estimated Republican majority 2.300. Mclvean couuty-Estimated 300 Republican majority, Democratic gain of 529. Blair county-Estimated G50 Republican majority; Democratic gain of 297. Allegheny oounty-1,710 districts show a Dem.gain of 1,728, Roading city compleu gives Pattison 1S23 maj., Dem. gain of 1300. Philadelphia, Nov. 4, 11:30 p. m.- Nothing to be had from Philadelphia yet. Everybody is but on the streets and bauds and oiuba aro parading galore. The 20th ward, Philadelphia, gives a Republican maj. 344, Dem. gain of 1344. Mifflin oounty-The Democratic mnjority is 150, a Dem. gain of 101. Lancaster county-Tho Republican majority ie 9400, Dem. gain of 181, Philadelphia county-Twenty-two out of 34 wards show a Republican majority of 13,763. Wyomlug county-The Democratic chairman estimates 100 Dem. maj. in the county; Dem. gain of 9G, Allegheny county-Republican majority the oounty about 4,000. Allegheny county-133 districts show a net Dem. gain of 213G. Mifflin county-Estimated Democratic majority 250, Dem. gain 201. Northampton county-Republican chairman say tbe Dem. maj. wilt be 3700, Dem. gain 93. Cambria county- Democrats estimate a � gain of 1200. | Indiana county-Republican maj. 800, I Democratic gain of 1315. Allegheny county-117 districts give a i Democratic galu of 1914. 1 Sullivan county-Democrats estimate , 525 majority. Delaware oounty-Republican majority estimated at 2,100. Dcmocratio gain 283. Butier county-Estimate 225 Democratic majority. Democratic gain 099. PlIILADKLI'HIA-TwODty-sii Out Of 31 wards show a Republican majority of 11,-430. Twenty-seven out of 34 wards show a Repuhlican majority of 12,933. Wayne county-Estimated GOO Democratic majority, a Democratic gain of 427. McKean coanty-Republicans estimate couuty very close, Democratic gain of 800. Philadelphia-Twenty-nine out of 34 wards show a Republican majority of 13.G30. Thirty out of 34 wards show a Republican majority of 13,026. Lackawanna county-Republican majority 300, Republican gain of 555. Uuion county-Republican majority 475, Dem. gain 108. Schuylkill couuty-Republicans estimate Dem. majority at 2,800: Dom. gain 1,337. Luzerne county-Estimated at 1,800 Dem, majority; Republican gain, 297. Snyder county-Estimated Republican mcjovity 000. Dem. gain of GO. Schuylkill county-Estimated Demo-rat ic majority 3,800, Democratic gain of 1,337. Philadelphia gives a Republican major" lty of 19,594, with one ward to hear from I'lIlLAUKI.l'inA co.MI'I.KTIi;. Philadelphia complete hIwhth a Repuhlican majority of 21, 270. Philadelphia-Tho third district, gives McAleer, regular Dem., [a. majority over Vauz, Ind. Dem., of 3.54G. Lycoming county-Pattison's majority is estimated at 2,000, Dem. gain of GOO. J Elliott will carry the county for Congress ' by 1,400. ohio, Cincinnati, Nov. 4 -Reports from McKiuloy's district are simply speculations. No actual figures have been received yet. The returns will be computed wi\h the vote of Governor iu 18S9, whou Campbell's plurality was 1,087. There aro 2,447 precincts iu the State. Cincinnati, Nov. 10.-10 p. m.-Early returns from nearly all precincts in the State indicate a Republican victory by from 5,000 to 20,000. The New iTork iVsss says that Ex-Governor Forster, of Ohio, is elected to Con-grees. Tho Democratic majority in this district was ovor 1,200 last year. Returns from the 3d Congressional district show a Democratic gain of 1,000, which iudicates a Democratic victory. The district is now represented by a Republican. Cincinnati, Nov. 5.-12:30 a. m.-The Republicans claim McKinley elected by 500 majority. Cincinnati, Nov. 5.-1 ;.. m.-Neither committee has anything from Forstor's district and nothing definite from Mc Kinley's district. MASSACHUSETTS. Boston, Nov. 4.-Seventy-flvo towns In Massachusetts show a net Dora, gain of 1200. It is claimed that Russoll, Dem., will be elected Governor. Boston, Nov. 4.-10 p. m.-RusboII, Democrat, is elected by 5000 majority. Henry Cabot Lodge, Republican, is pos-sihy elected to Congress. Republicans coucede Russell's election. Boston, Nov. 4.-The city complete gives Russell, Democrat, for Governor, 32.9SG; Brackett, Rep.,19,S70; Democratic net gain 7050. Tho Democrats claim the state and Republican State Committee concede Russell's election. Henry Cabot Lodge is re-elected to Congress from Massachusetts. Boston, Nov. 4.-2:30 a. m.-In 235 cities and towns show a net Democratic gain over last year of 16,1-13. The Republicans concede Russell's election only by 5,000 to 7,000 plurality. ler for Congress in Warren county will bo less. Democratic Senators aro elected in Essex, "Union, Monmouth, Somerset and Warren counties, which gives the control of the Senate. The House will also be Democratic. VIRGINIA. Fkteksjjukg, Nov, 4.-White, Dean beats Laugston by 1,200 in this city. Tho Democrats have probably gained a Congressman in 1st and 2d districts Laogton, Rep., is probably defeated in the 4th district. . Democrats are elected in tbe 3d, 4th, 7th, 8th and 10th districts, The reports are meagre from the 9th district, WISCONSIN. Milwaukee, Nov. 4.-Twenty-seven preoincts in this city show a net Democratic gain of 3480. One hundred preoincts, including 55 precints iu Milwaukee, show a net Democratic gain of 6,280. The Republicans lose one Congressman, Mitchell, Dem., being elected. it new hampshire. Returns from 114 towns show the Democrats have eleeted 22 members. Later indications point to the election of Als-den, Democratic Governor. It is ciaimed that the* Democrats have elected a Governor and Legislature. SOUTH CAROLINA. Columbia, Nov. 4.-Tburo was no disturbance in the State so far as heard from. The returns are coming in rapidly and indicate that Tillman is elected and the State officetb alBO. All the Democratic Congressmen are elected. CONNECTICIT. The New York World claims a victory in Connecticut, with Congressional gains. The Republicans conceed the election of Democratic State ticket and probably both branches of the Legislature. Caireis tie Comity by a HaM-Hajorily. TIOGA GIVES 1,000. And Potter County's Majority fill Be at Least 400. fiUNS WELL IN LYCOMING. Will Come Ont of toe District With Majority of 700. ni'w york. New Youk, Nov. 4.-Returns indioate the election of entire Tammany ticket by 15,000 to 20,000 maj. Grant will probably be elected Mayor by 18,000 maj. The New York Herald says the Republicans headquarters concedef Grant's election by 20,000. The Albany Ar;}u.t, the Democratic organ of that city, claims that the Azsembly will be OS Democrats to GO Republicans, giving the Democrats a majority on joint ballot and electing a Dcmocratio United States Senator from New York. New York, Nov. 5-1 a. m.-It is claimed that the Democrats have elected enough members of the Legislature to inure tho election of a Democratic Senator n place of Senator Evarts. McKlnlcy's District. New Youk, Nov. 4.-8 p. m -The Mail ad Exureea bulletin says a dispatch frnm Ohio says that Maj. McKinley is elected by 400 to 700. The Daily jtfeir* says he iB probably defeated by GOO. Tho Press also says that McKinley is elected by 700 majority, ILLINOIS. Chicauo, Nov. 4.-3 p. m.-Indications so far indicate close elections in this city. oneB, of the Republican State Central Committee, claims that all the Republican Congressmen in the state are eleoted. Tho chairman of the Repnublioau State Committee claims that all the Republican Congressmen are elected and that they havo gained one or two now ouos. Associated 3'ress dispatches say that of the twenty Congressional districts iu Illinois the indications at 10.30 p. m. are that ten Republicans Cougressmeu areun-! undoubtedly eleeted, with four distriotsof the State still in doubt. Later-llarman, Dem., Congressman, probably elected in tho 18th district. \ MARYLAND. Annapolis, Nov. 4.-The sixth district Compton, Dom. 12 maj.; Dom. gain 190. TheBecoud district gives Mndd, Rep., 100 majority. The Democrots claim Arundel county by at least 300 maj. Cummings, colored Republican candi-. date for city council from 11th ward of Baltimore, is elected. This is tho first colored man elected to an office in Baltimore. Complete returns from Annette county, give Coini'toii, Dem., 418 majority over Mudil, Republican. nkw .iku8kv.; The Kci Yoik Daily j\l tr.s bulletin says that the whole Democratic ticket In the State of New Jersey is elected. The State Committee estimates a Democratic majority of 1800. Tho voto for Fow- FLOBIDA. The State of Florida gives a Democratic majority of 20,000, both congressional districts and Legislature overwhelmingly Democratic, not a county in the State giving a Republican majority. MINNESOTA. The Democrats olaim 8 Congressmen, in 1st, 3rd and 4th districts, and are hopeful of electing a Governor, but it is probable that the Republican candidate is elected by a small plurality. khode island. The Now York Sun says that the Democrats havo elected one Congressman in Rhode Island and possibly two. KENTUCKY. It is reasonably certain that, tho Democrats elect 10 out of 11 Congressmen by an increased majority. TEXAS, The Texas Democratic State ticket and Congressional delegation is elected. Democratic estimates eioual delegation entire. claim Congres- NEUKABKA. Majority against Prohibition amendment 300. Ksnovo or Itenovit. Renovo we believe is written right when tho word ends with an o, but uuder the picture of the Bhops at the head of the Renovo Neics the word ends with au a. The Philadelphia limes invariable prints it "Kenova." Will the Renovo Nttoa please decide the question. Amlr�"'i K�ld. The dates for inhibiting the oil paintings of Andrews Raid is November 18th and 19th. Admission 25 cents, children 15 cents. Don't forgot the dates. Kittle Ruoados Philipsburg. goes from here to Don't miss "Polly" to-night. PERSONAL FKNCItlNQS. Edward Sburtleff and Drew Graflua have entered a commercial school at Wil-liamsport. J. F. Throne, a former resident of this city, but now of Uarrisburg, is a guest at the Fallon House. William Kinley, recently clerk atSeltzor �.Ss RhymBtiue's book store, loaves to-day for Poughkeepsie where ho will enter Eustman's business collogo. Mrs. A. II. Ilartmau has rcturnod from Turbotville where she attended tho funeral of her father, Peter Waguor, an old and much respected citizen of that place. Mr. John S. Logue voted for the fiftieth time at a general election in Clinton oounty. He was born and raised in the vicinity of Lock Haven and has always been a resident of the county. JUDGE McCREA DOUBTLESS RETAINED. Probable Defeat of James Jefferis Andrew H. Best and TWO DEMOCRATIC COMMISSIONERS George K. McCrea, the Republican Candidate for AH.ociate Judge, Elected by a Small Majority-The Democrat! Elect Brown, Kverhart, Caldwell and ljuigKle by Kedaced Majorities-SCalone, the Republican Candidate for Senator, Hake. � Fine Jtnn in tlie Canty-Pattitton Will Carry the Connty by Abont KlRtat Hundred. A. C. Hopkins, tbe Republioan candidate for Congress in this district, has been eleoted by a majority of 700 to 300. Returns from the oouoties in the distriot indicate bis election, as follows: HopkiDB. Elliott. Clinton............... 700 maj. Tioga................1000 " Potter................ 400 " 2100 Lyooming......................... 1400 Clinton oounty stood nobly by bim and Mr. Hopkins bas reason to feel proud of the voto his borne county gave him. He reaeived the average Republican majority iu Potter county and rnn away ahead of the Republican ticket in Lycoming county. It was the cut that Tioga oounty gave bim tbat reduced bis majority below wbat the distriot uatnrally gives the Republican ticket. Beaver carried the four counties four years ago by 1,232. When it is oonBidercd that- the Demooratla State Committco took charge of the oanvass for Elliott and tbat he resided in Tioga oonnty wbicb was in revolt against tbe Republican oandidate, there is reason for congratulation tbat Mr. Hopkins pulled through the eontest with suoh a safe majority. Tbe Republicans made a gallant fight in little Clinton for tbe county ticket, but from tho returns received the only Republioan candidates that appear to be elected are Qeorge K. MoCrea, for Associate Judge, and one Commissioner and one Auditor. Everhart and Brown pull through by a small majority, and Quiggle will represent us in the next Legislature. Caldwell will be the next County Treasurer and Lyons Mussina polls the largest voto for Commissioner, followed next by Brosius. Malono, tho Republioan oandidate for State Senator, makes a fine run in Clinton county against great odds. Meek's majority in this county as far as heard from, is 271. Pattison will carry tbe county by about 800 majority. The roturns from the oounty so far as beard from will be found below: of Internal Affairs, Stewart 1118, Barclay 250, Dntju I; AnH'ir.hiltt Jmit'o, MoCr�-a 112, Clark �0t. Miller 1; Congress Hopkins 200, Elliott 181; Ames 2; State Senator, Malnue 201, Meek 238, Miller 2; Assembly, Fredericks 200. Quiggle 239, Morris 1; Prothonotury, Jettons 271, Iirown 171, ScliaefMo 1; Sheriff, Best 213, Evorhart 2:14, Kyle 1; Treasurer, Loveland 117, Caldwell 330, futc 1: Commissioners, P. M. Welsh 159, Kissel 198, Brosius 217. Mussina 302, Gootl 1. J. II. Welsh 1; Auditors, McUbee 203, Loitzel 213, Bridgens 233, Moyer 233, Smith 1, Hills 1. Seoond ward-Goveruor. Delamater 184. Pattison 218, Gill 7; Lieut. Goveruor, Watros 180, Black 217, Uyatt 7; Secretary of Internal ArTairB, Stewart 189, Barolay 214, Dunn 7; Associate Judge, McCrea 163, Clark 237, Miller 8; Congress, Hopkins 204, Elliott 142, Amen 4; State Senator, Maloue 195, Meek 203, Miller 4; Assembly, Fredericks 191, Qeiggle 212. Morris 3; Prot.honotary, Jefleris 188, Brown 210, Sohaeffle 2; Sheriff, Best 212, Ever-hart 180, Kyle 3; Treasurer, Lovoiand 164, Caldwell 238, Put 4; Comrnisioners, F. M. Welsh 164, Brosius 188, Good 4, Kissel 177, Mussina 208, J. H. Welsh 4; Auditors, McGbee 192, Leitzei 199, Moyer 202, Bridgens 205, Smith 5, Hills 5; District Attorney, Bruugard 202. Third ward-Governor. Delamater, 138, Pattison 102, Gill 4; Lieut. Governor, Watres 146, Black 154, Hyatt 4; Secretary of Internal Aflairs, Stewart 148, Barclay 152, Dunn 4; Associate Judge, McCrea 141, Clark 154, Miller 2; Congress, Hopkins 193, Elliott 110, Ames 2; State Senator, Mulone 153, Meek 135, Miller 2; Assembly, Fredericks 164, Quiggle 138, Morris 1; Prothonotary, Jefforis 158, Brown 142, Sonaeliie 2; Sheriff, Best 151, Everhart 146, Kyle 2; Treasurer, Love-land 143, Caldwell 159; Putt 1; Commissioners, F. M. Wolsh 123, Kissel 134, Brosius 140, Mussina 131, Good 2, J. H. Welsh 2; Auditors, McGbee 147, Leitzol 147, Moyer 140, Bridgens 150, Smith 2. Hills 2, District Attorney Brungard I5G. Fourth ward-Governor, Delamater 137, Pattison 20S; Lieut. Governor, Watres 143, Black 204; Secretary of Internal Affairs, Stewart 143, Barclay 204; Associate Judge, McCrea 148, Clark 198: Cougress, Hopkins 1S8, Elliott 159; State Senator, Malono 162, Meek 166; Assembly, Fredericks 170, Quiggle 174; Prothonotary, Jefleris 102, Brown 180; Sheriff, Best 146, Everhart 198; Treasurer, Loveland 142, Caldwell 204; Commissioners, F. M. Welsh 137, Kissoll 157, Brosius 169, Mussina 209; Auditors, McGbee 154, Leitzei 153, Moyer 187, Bridgens 187. THE TOWNSHIl'9. THIS CITY, First ward-Governor, Delamater 197, Pattison 252, Gill 1; Lieut. Governor, 1 Watres 198, Blaok 248, Hyatt 1; Secretary Allison-Governor, Delamater 147,Patti-sou 76; Lieutenant Governor, Watres 149, Black 75; Secretary of Internal Aflairs, Stewart 149, Barclay 73; Associate Judge, McCrea 151, Clark 79; Congress, Hopkins 163, Elliott 63; State Senator, Malone 120, Meek 72; Assembly, Fredericks 164, Quiggle 64; Prothonotary, Jefleris 147, Brown "3; Sheriff, Best 143, Everhart 83; Treasurer, Loveland 143, Caldwell 82; Commissioners, F. M. Welsh 146, Kissoi 152, Brosius 68, Mussina 71; Auditors, McGhee 112, Leitzei 166, Moyer 65, Bridgens 92. District Attorney, Brungard, 71. Bald Eagle-Goveruor, Delamater 90, Pattison 82. Lieutenant Governor,Watres 93, Black 81. Secretary Internal Affairs, Stewart 93, Barclay 81. Associate Judge, McCrea 102, Clark 71,. Congress, Hopkins 100, Elliott 76. 8tato Senator, Ma-one 84, Meek 80. Assemblv, Fredericks 9g. Quiggle 78. Prothonotary, Jefferis 104, Browu7:; Sheriff, Best 95, Everhait 36; Treasurer, Loveland 91, Caldwell 84; Commissioners, F. M. Welsh 9S, Kissel 90, Brosius 73, Mussina 78; Auditors, McGbee 95, Leitzei 98, Moyer 77, Brid-geus SO. Bcoob Creek Borough-Governor, Delamater 47, Pattison 46; Asssooiato Judge, McCrea 62,Clark 25; Congress,Hopkins 57; Elliott 3C; State Senator, Malone 38, Meek 50; Assembly, Fredericks 53, Quiggle 33; Prothonotary, Jefferis 38, Browu 52; Sheriff, Best 49, Everhart 42; Treasurer, Loveland 42, Caldwell 51; Commissioners, F. M. Welsh 34, Kissel 47, Brosius 41, Mussina 53. Beech Creek township-Governor, Dolamater 55, Pattison 00; Lieut. Goveruor, Watres 56, Black 89; Secretary of Internal Affairs, Stewart 50, Barclay 89; Associate Judge, McCrea 65, Clark 70; Congress, Hopkins 62, Elliott 85; State Seuator, Malone 58, Meek 89; Assembly, Fredericks 57, Quiggle 90; Prothonotary, Jefferis 56, Browu 90; Sheriff, Best 58, Everhart 84; Treasurer, Loveland 60, Caldwell 84; Commissioners, F. M. Welsh 54, Kissel 02, Brosius 85, Mussina 87; Auditors, Mo-Ghoe 62, Moyer 90, Loitzel 35 Bridgens 83. Chapman-Governor, Delamater 72, Pattison 103. Associate Judge, McCrea 107, Clark 60, Congress, Hopkins 99, Elliott 75. State Seuator, Malone 74, Meek 97. Assembly, Fredericks 72, Quiggle 102. Prothonotary, Jefferis 000, Browu 000; Sheriff, Best 83, Everhart 03. Troasurer, Loveland 98, Caldwell 89. Commissioners, F. M. Welsh 99, Kissel 77, Brosius 91, Mussina 99. Dunnstable-Governor, Delamater 35, Pattison 78, Lieutenant Governor, Watros 36, Black 75; Secretary ol Internal Affairs, Stowart 00, Barclay 00; Associate Judge, McCrea 39, Clark 70; Cougress, Hopkius 46, Elliot 67; State Senator, Malone 37, Meek 76; Assembly, Fredericks 38, Quiggle 73; Prothonotary, Jef-eris 41, Brown 71; Sheriff, Best 37, Everhart 74; Treasurer, Loveland 33, Caldwell 79; Commissioners, F. M. Welsh 35, Kissel 42, Brosius 69, Mussina 73. Gatlaher township-Governor, Dolamater IB, Pattison 56; Lieut. Gov., Watres 19, Black 62, Secretary of Interna! Affairs, Stewart 19, Barclay 52; Associate Judge, McCrea 24, Clark 19; Congress, Hopkius 40, Elliott 28; State Seuaior, Malone 16, Meek 28; Assembly, Fredericks 20, Quiggle �17; Proiuouutary, Jefferis 22, Brown 52; Sheriff, Best 20, Everhart 53; Treasurer, Loveland 22, Caldwell 52, Commissioners, F. M. Welsh 19, Kissel 25, Brosius 49, Mussina 52: Auditors, McGbee 21, Loitzel 21, Moyer 51, Bridgens 51. Logan Township-Goveruor, Delamater 26, PaUison 201; Lieut. Governor, Watres 26, l!Uck201; Secretary 1 nli-rnal Aflairs, Stewait, 26, [3;trclay 201; Associate Judge, MoCrea 29, Clark 19S; Congress, Hopkins 30, Elliott 197; Stato Senator, Malone. 26, Meek 201; Assembly, Fredericks 27,_Quig-t>le 197; Prothonotary, Jefleris 27, Brown 193; Sheriff, Best 30, Everhart 197;,Treasurer, Lovoiand 26, Caldwell 197; Cbinmis-siouers. F. 31. Welsh 29, Kissoll 26, Brosius 192. Mussina 197; Auditors, McGhee 26, Loitzel 26, Jloyer 201, Bridgens 201. Loganton-Governor, Delamater 30,Pat-tison 02; Lieut. Governor, Watres 30, Blaok 62; Secretary of Internal Affairs, Stewart 30, Barclay 61; Assooiate Judge, McCrea 31, Clark 53; Congress, Hopkins 34, Elliott 58; Stato Senator, ilaiono 32; Sleek 59; Assembly, Fredericks- 32, Quiggle 50; Prothonotary, Jefferis 32, Brown 59; Sheriff, Best 37, Everhart 04; Treas. urer, Lovelaud 32, Caldwell 58; Commissioners, f. 31. Welsh 32, Kiss'ull 32, Brosius 51, Mussina 59; Auditors, McGhee 30, Loitzel 30, Aloyer 67, Bridgens 56. Mill Hall Borough-Governor, Dolamater 73, Pattison, 46; Lieut. Governor, Watres, 81, Black 45; Secretary of Iuterual Affairs, Stewart 81, Barolay 45; Associate Judge, McCrea 75, ('lark 54; Congress, Hopkius 85, Elliot 43; State Seuator, Malone 74, Meek 46; Assembly, Fredericks 81, Quiggle 44; Prothonotary, Jefferis 91, Browu "42; Sheriff, Best 80, Everhart 40; Treasurer, Loveiaud 31), Caldwoll 42; Commissioners, F. 31. Welch S9, Kissel 4S, Brosius 40, Mussina 32; Auditors, 3IoGhee 81, Leitzei 79. Moyer 42, Bridgens 37. Noyes-Governor, Delamater 52, Pattison 84; Lieut. Governor. Watres 000, Black 000; Secretary of Internal Affairs, Stewart 000, Barolay 000; Associate Judge McCrea 66, Clark 69; Congress, Hopkiris'56, Elliott 80; State Senator, 3Ialouo 60, JHeok 77; Assembly, Fredericks 53, Quiggle:S4; Prothonotary, Jefferis 64, Browu 73, Sheriff, Best 73, Everhart 63; Loveland 132, Caldwell 6; Commissioners, F. M. Welsh 123, Kissel 5-1, Brosius 13, 31ussina 83; Auditors, iloGbee 125, Leitzol 53, Moyor 13, Bridgens 84. Pine Creek-Cougress, Hopkins 128, Elliott 74. Stato Senator, Malone 114, 31eek 92. Assembly, Fredericks 96, Quiggle 111. Prothonotary, Jefleris 93, Brown 114. Sherill', Best 103, Everhart 104; Treasurer, Loveland 92, Caldwell 114. Commissioner, F.. 31. Welsh 100, Kissel 122, Brosius 102, Mussina 83. Auditoi'6, MeGhee 105, Leitzei 105, Moyer 102, Bridgons 102. District Attorney, Bruingard 100. Wayne-Delamater 01, Pattison 100. Lieutenant Goveruor, Watres 55, Black 100; Secretary of Internal Aflairs, Stewart 55, Barclay 105; Associate Judge, McCrea 74, ClarkS7;tIopkiusS2,Elliot 73.StateSeiiator, Malone OO.Moek 101;ABsembly,FredorlckS 39, Quiggle 121. Prothonotary, Jefferis 64, Brown 9G. Sheriff, Best 65, Everhart 90. Treasurer, Lovelaud 56, Caldwell 105. Commissioners, F. 31. VVolBb 56, Kissel 67, BrosinB 100, 3Iussina 05. Auditors, McGhee 50. Leitzol 57, 31oyor 103, Bridgens 104. "Casey's Trouble*.** Tbe play was "Casey's Troubles" and what very funny troubles they were can be attested by a large audieuoe that laughed itself sore ovor its eocentric and unctuous humor. Too much praise cannot be given to Miss Kennedy, whose position is no sineoure. During the evoning she en-aoted the roles of six different characters, and each part was so clear-out as to almost make ono doubt if one person could possibly change so completely and play such vastly different, roles. Her singiug and dancing is of a superior order, and easily places her in tbe front rank of her profession. Blr. Beloy took care of tbe comedy in the character of 'Casey," and be nursed it so well that we would have been pleased to see bim have now "Troubles," aud watched his bappy progress through them. His comedy smacks of the Jefferson style of treatment, whose neatuessand natural vein of humor makes us remember the good fellows we have met in real life. The play abounde in novel features. The company is on a par with any first-class troupe on tbe road. Tho river scene was in full operation, and little Jenny, tbe trick donkey, who played tbe part of Napoleon and unlike tbat great commander did not meet a Waterloo during her career through the play. Gf the dogs it may be raid that they were fierce enough to stir up tbe enthusiasm of tbe youthful speotators and showed good training. "Casey'sTroubles" come again; you are always welcome.- Evening Tribune, May 15, 1S90, Hornells-ville, New York. Kittle Khoadea' Second night. Every seat in the Opera lions* w�s occupied last uigbt to see Kittio Rhoades and her capable supporting company in tbe sensational drama oP'Jess the Romp." The play is Dot new to a Look Haven audience, but tho unfolding of the plot was awaited with tbe greatest of interest, and the many startling scenes and situations brought hearty and prolonged applause Miss Rhoades is certainly a trump aud bas a warm hold on the affections of our people. To-night will be presented "Polly," and as the eleetiou excitemeut is at an end the Opora nouso for the week will bo inadequate to hold tho crowds that arc desirous of seoing a 75c attraotion for 10. 20 or 30 cents. 3Iatineo Saturday afternoon at 2 o'elook. Cmnp Fire at Luiuar. A camp fire will bo held in Watson's Hall at Lamar on Friday eveuiug, November 14. Tbe Committee of arrangements are H. D. Loveland, William Hays, L, C. Furat, S. W. Sigmnnd, M. A. Rishel and C. 31. Walker, 54 6331?2 3118
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