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608 4

583 72

655 222

528 33

822 273



29. . 400 25. .



73 1052 58
25 1059 102



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Total .............. 12016 3711..

Plurality .............. 8305

Percent ...............

Scattering .............

Total vote .............

*No election held.

At the election in 1902 three amendments
to the state constitution were voted on
but all failed of getting a majority. One
was for a biennial session of the legisla-



5753 51706 1644.. 422736097..

45953 .. 36176

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5130 56363 7517 485 1071

58760
7.27 79.87 10.63 .06 1.51



ture, one for a new method of amending



the manner in which counties may become
stockholders ir. corporations, etc.



ELECTION


RKTURNS. 319


FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.

1. The counties of Alcorn, Itawatnba, I^ee,
Lowndes, Monroe, oktibbeha, Prentiss,
Noxubee and Tisbomingo.
B S. Candler, Dem 3 245


Hancock. Harrison, Jaoksou, Jones, Law-
rence, Marion. Perry, Wayne, Simpson and
Pearl River.
R J Bowers Dem 1774


No opposition.
7. The counties of Claiborne, Copiah,
Franklin, Jefferson, Lincoln, Adams, Pike,
Amite and Wilkinson.
F. A McLain Dem 2022


No opposition.
2. The counties of Benton, De Soto, La-
fayette, Marshall, Panola, Tallahatchie,
Tate, Tippah and Union.
Thomas Speight Dem 2,523


No opposition.
8. Counties of Warren, Yazoo. Madison,
Hinds and Rankin.
John S. Williams, Dem 1433


No opposition.
3. The counties of Bolivar, Coahoma, Issa-
quena, Le Flore, Qiiitman, Sharkey. Sun-
tlnwiT, Tunica, Holmes and Washington.
B G Humphreys Dem 1146


No opposition.

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.
Democrats 45 131 176


No opposition.
4. The counties of Calhoun, Carroll, Chlck-
asaw, Choctaw, Clay, Grenada, Montgom-
ery. Pontotoc, Webster and Attala.
W S Hill, Dem 2834




STATE OFFICERS.

(All democrats.)
Governor A. H. Longino.
Lieutenant-Governor J. T. Harrison.
Secretary J. L. Power.
Treasurer G. W. Carlisle.
Auditor W. 0. Cole.
Sup't of Education H. L. WhltUeld.
Attorney-GeneralMonroe McClurg.
Adjutant-General William Henry.

>TOI.

IT JCDGB 1902 . . PRESIDENT 1900 ,
S. L. P.O. Pro Rep.Deni Pro.Peo.S.D. S.L.

Wippenn'nMerVrKol/so MuKinleyBryanWoorjUarkcrDebsMarnev

20 6 22. 2673 2180 62 113 21 3
6 8 25. 2356 2022 34 10 17 2
11 9 138. 1767 1926 122 11 14 -
9 9 58. 1436 3477 61 33 13 3
44 10 40. 2420 2661 44 50 27 3
97 8 48. 1T80 2349 96 12 83 5
72 7 127. 2731 3591 150 359 106 19
10 5 24. 1980 1532 27 70 29 2
12 32. 1515 1533 21 9 14 1
1 7 34. 1672 4793 53 47 20 3
150 203 62. 8329 8925 198 11 58 12
78 2 17. 1888 1670 -10 2 70 7
3 52. 2235 1722 65 43 14 -
5 26. 1864 4133 31 16 8 1
1 2 12 1511 1073 1 81


No opposition.
5. THe counties of Winston, Clarko, Jas-
per, Lauderdale, Leake, Neshoba, Newtou,
Scott, Smith and Kemper.
Adam Byrd Dem 3081


No opposition.
6. The counties of Covlngton, Greene,

MISS(

OOUNTIKB. - SUPREME Com
(115) Dem. Rep. Soc

Viillia.it. Higtve. Qib'ni

Adair.... 1343 1776


Andrew 1673 1974 5


Atchison 1574 1306 4


Audrain 2538 952 2


Barry 2241 2081 10


Barton 1827 1606 11


Bates. 2880 2493 11


Benton 1141 1617 3


Bollinger 1408 1413


Boone 3883 990 4


Buchanan. . .. 7626 5249 34


Butler.... . 1600 1094 12


Caldwell 1199 1722 1


Callaway 3285 1032 2


Carnden 812 1270 1


Cape Girardeau. . .. 2073 2483 1


15 5 156. 2778 2318 87 73 27
10 14 48. 3192 3300 75 15 23 -
27 6 . 621 755 3 - 3 -
10 8 42. 2162 3350 89 29 75 7
10 16. 1845 1820 23 91 21 2
3 7 25. 21H8 3828 37 30 27 2
14 6 28. 2107 1326 24 58 16 5
4 73. 1899 2021 49 5 7
7 16. 921 3585 55 25 10 -
1 1 27. 1745 2405 61 23 11
9 5 11. 2157 2320 9 7 15 1
3 16 18. 2738 2756 33 41 17 7
20 1 7. 1470 1318 17 2 22 1
39 6 40. 1992 . 1821 25 63 44 4
4 2 12. -1506 1238 20 59 7 2
4 12 142. 2373 2670 113 61 21 2
2 4 42. 1669 1840 60 33 8 2
2 3. 1085 1419 12 15 8 1
40 2 12. 858 1705 10 364 14 3
4 5 30. 1276 2711 24 15 33 1
30 8 30. 3686 2(62 38 16 18 1
265. 2015 675 13 2 16
9 6 56. 2185 2459 83 62 17 3
186 2 141. 6009 5519 73 188 94 12
9 2 15. 2576 1332 39 20 15
2 4 90. 3083 2209 108 58 19 3
8 10 174. 2626 3777 155 47 38 5
3 1 17. 1270 777 13 43 10 2
1 8 56. 2292 1765 80 15 18 4
3 11. 1295 3134 37 29 10
67 17. 2059 1975 39 98 38 7
3 1 8. 642 932 11 7 5
432 158 383. 21580 22542 .398 74 499 117
370 45 204. 8747 9658 220 64 327 36


Carroll : 2876 2698 6


Carter 630 496


Cass 2475 1484 3


Cedar. 135!) 1535 8


Chariton . 2016 985 4


Christian 9HO 1573 6


Clark... ,. 1622 1631 1


Clay 2522 477 2


Clinton 1700 1090


Cole. 2160 1946


Cooper 3450 2608 3


Crawford... . 1186 1320 2


Dade.... . 1384 1800 3


Dallas 921 1460 2


Daviess 2109 2039


DeKalb 1647 1467


Dent 1184 1003


DouKlas 674 1453 12


Dunklin 2062 963 2


Franklin 1995 2877 5




Gentry .. 2179 1951 4


Greene 4527 5114 11


Grundy . , 674 1263 3


Harrison 1245 2022 5


Henry.... .. 2826 2004


Hickory... . 569 1084 1


Holt ' 1412 1981 2


Howard 2359 830


Howell 1637 1787 14


Iron. . 855 685


.lackson . ... 20425 14331 89


Jasper 6779 7240 35



.320



ELECTION RETURNS.



Valliant.

Jefferson 2474

J ohnson 2852

Knox 1372

Laclede 1498

Lafayette 2744

Lawrence 2465

Lewis 1660

Lincoln 1914

Linn 2543

Livingston 2022

McDonald 1183

M aeon 3140

Madison 1082

Maries 9(12

Marion 2373

M ercer 801

Miller 12!

Mississippi 1190

Moniteau 1015

Monroe 2875

Montgomery J770

Morgan 1277

New Madrid 1091

Newton 2469

Nodaway 3588

Oregon 1115

Osage 1325

Ozark 527

Pemiscot 1215

Perry 1557

Pettis 2957

Phelps 1471

Pike 2741

Platte 2100

Polk 1722

Pulaski 1074

Putnam 650

Rails . 1555

Randolph 2664

Ray 2575

Reynolds 669

Ripley 1051

St. Charles 1472

St. Clair 1592

St. Francois 2562

rfte. Genevieve 1014

St. Louis T 2095

Saline 3219

Schuyler 1112

Scotland 1432

Scott 1206

Shannon 970

Shelby 1759

Stoddard 1869

Stone 302

Sullivan 2238

Taney 597

Texas 1800

Vernon 2738

Warren 360

Washington 1394

Wayne 1616

Webster 1637

Worth 1098

Wright 1325

St.Louiscity 46169



'.'A 22

10 63

16 26

10 19



8

ra

41

22 32
12 1

32 121 23

23 23 17
83 31

15 31



63

13 30
1

16 20 5

1 - 4

16 1 15

65 6 103



IS
12

4
17

722
33 23 16
18 6
51 38 36
46 15 20

i O

31 38
2

75 128 21

39 5 17

59

60 4 101

33 29

a

12

4 14
13 15
57 10
30 29
34
8
4




. 17(i3 1500
. 6(1597 59!1



327 152 2722 817



Total 273081 228397

Plurality 44684

Percent 52.72 44.10

Total vote



5335 969 3358 4945. .314091 351922 5965 4244 6128 1294

37831

1.03 .19 .65 .95.. 46.09 51.48 .87 .63 .89 .20
515585 6S3&44



For president in 1896 McKinley. Rep., received 304.940 votes; Bryan, Dem, 363,667: Levering.
Pro., 2,169; Matchett. s. L.. 595; Palmer, 6. D.. 2,355, and Bentley. Nat., 293.

In 1902 Frank E. Kichey, Allied Party, for Supreme court judge, received 1,841 votes.



FOE REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.

1. The counties of Adair, Clark, Knox,
Lewis, Macon Marion, Putnam, Schuyler,
Scotland and Shelby.

James T. Lloyd, Dem 16,972

Lee T. Robinson, Rep 13,179

2. The counties of Carroll, Chariton,



Grundy, Linn, Livingston, Monroe, Ran-
dolph and Sullivan.

W. W. Rucker, Dem 18,045

John L. Schmitz, Rep 13,293

3. The counties of Caldwell, Clay, Clin-
ton, Daviess, Dekalb, Gentry, Harrison,
Mercer, Ray and Worth.



ELECTION RETURNS.



321



John Dougherty, Dem 17,270

Robert E. Ward, Hep 14,618

4. The counties of Andrew, Atchjson, Bu-
chanan, Holt, Nodaway and Platte.

Charles F. Cochran, Dem 18,392

Oswald M. Gllmer, Hep 14,510

5. The county of Jackson.

William S. Cowherd, Dein 20,628

H. T. Van Horn, Rep 14,393

U. S. G. Hughes, Pro 345

Charles N. Wellman, Soc 49

Thomas Wolfe, Allied 81

6. The counties of Bates, Cass, Cedar,
Dade. Henry, Johnson and St. Clair.

David A. De Armond, Dem 15,639

Levin W. Shafer, Rep 13,124

7. The counties of Ben ton, Greene, Hick-
ory, Howard, Lafayette, Pettis, Polk and
Saline.

Courtney W. Hamlin, Dem 19,277

Granville P. Peale, Rep 17,250

8. The counties of Boone, Camden. Call,
Cooper, iMUler, Monlteau, Morgan and Osage.

Dorsey W. Shackleford, Dem 14.465

Isaac N. Enloe, Rep 13,133

9. The counties of Audrain. Callaway,
Franklin, Gasconade, Lincoln, Montgomery,
Pike, Rails, St. Charles and Warren.

Champ Clark, Dem 18,591

Alonzo Tubbs, Rep 14,770

10. The county of St. Louis and the 1st,
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, llth, 12th, 19th, 24th,
27th (precinct 11), 28th wards of the city
of St. Louis.

Richard T. Blow, Dem 15,262

Richard Bartholdt, Rep 21,516

William M. Brandt, Soc 1,256

Charles Grupp, S. L 236

Charles H. Kunst, Allied 807

11. The 2d, 3d, 16th, 17th, 18th, 20th, 21st, 1
26th, 27th (except precinct 11) of the city
of St. Louis.

John T. Hunt, Dem 14,913

Charles F. Joy. Rep 10,077

S. A. Mclnturff. Soc 426

H. J. Poelling, S. L US

J. E. Chambers, Allied.". 401

12. The 4th, 5th, 6th. 13th. 14th, 15th, 22d,
23d and 25th wards of the city of St. Louis.

(Long term.)

James J. Butler, Dem 15,316

George D. Reynolds, Rep 8,698



Christ Rocker. Soc 255

William Billsbarrow, S. L 35

H. H. Artz, Allied 200

12. The 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th (only precinct
12), 12th (only precincts 11 and 12), 13th,
14th, 15th (except precincts 2, 3 and 4),
20th (only precinct 1), 21st (only precincts 1
and 2), 22d, 23d, 24th, 25th (only precincts
1 to 6, inclusive), 28th (only precincts 1 and
2) waids of the city of St. Louis.

(Short term.)

James J. Butler, Dem 16,844

George C. R. Wagoner, Rep 10,551

Henry H. Artz, Allied 267

13. The counties of Bellinger, Carter,
Iron, Jefferson. Madison, Perry, Reynolds,
St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Washington
and Wayne.

Edward Robb, Dem 15,442

John H. Raney, Rep 13,893

14. The counties of Butler, Oape Girard-
eau, Christian, Douglas, Dunklin, Howell.
Mississippi, New Madrid, Oregon, Ozark,
Pemiscot, Ripley, Scott, Stoddard, Stone
and Taney.

Willard D. Vandiver, Dem > 19.868

H. P. Kinsolving, Rep 16,788

15. The counties of Barry, Barton, Jas-
per, Lawrence, McDonald, Newton and
Vernon.

M. E. Benton, T)em 20,038

Theodore Lacaff, Rep 18,511

E. W. Dow, Pro 725

16. The counties of Crawford, Dallas.
Dent, Laclede, Marios, Pholps, Pulaski,
Shannon, Texas, Webster and Wright.

Robert Lamar, Dem 14,102

B. F. Russell, Rep 12,996

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House.



Republicans
Democrats



.20



J.B.

68
108



STATE OFFICERS.

(All democrats.)
Governor A. M. Dockery.
Lleutenant-Governor John A. Lee.
Secretary Sam B. Cook.
Auditor Albert O. Allen.
Treasurer Robert P. Williams.
Attorney-GeneralEdward C. Crow.
Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner J.
P. Herrlngton.



COUNTIES.
(26)



,-ASSO.

Rep.

Hollowaj.



Beaverhead ......................... 932

Broadwater ......................... 534

Carbon ............................. 994

Cascade ............................. 1620

Choteau ............................. 850

Custer ............................... 633

Dawson .............................. 445

Deer Lodge ......................... 1502

Fergus ............................... 1162

Klathcad ............................ 1304

Gallatin ............................. 1242

Granite .............................. 773

Jefferson ............................ 861

Lewis and Clarke .................. 2401

Madison ............................. 1547

Meagher ............................. 47ff

Missoula ............................. 1667

Park ................................. 935

Powell ............................... 778

Ravalll .............................. 1061

Rosebud ............................. 344

Silver Bow .................... 7310



MONTANA.

JUST. 1902-^
Dem. Soc

Leslie. Cameroi
679 27

275 8

487 18
2361 111

546

284

171
1178

903

885

879

412

408
1237

848

212
1046

499

370



, PRESIDENT 1900 , ,-PRES: 189R -
Rep. Dem. Pro. S.L. S.D.Rep.Dem.Pro.

McKmley.Bryan.W'leyMal'n'yDebs.McKinley.Br'



247
5126



767 937

318 572

930 907

1997 2564

1098 629

980 477

521 209

1636 3395

1228 913

1104 1201

1146 1297

401 1020

488 980

2043 2763

1030 1298

414 406

1392 1893

903 900



5.. 154 1246 7

2 5.

1 26.. 365 739
5 56.. 953 1920 15

2 5.. 624 701 6

3 2.. 723 676 5
5.. 385 177 3
24 121.. 446 4916

2 11.. 725 834



_ __ 3

2 24.. 413 1360 6

2 22.. 423 1649 36

1 9.. 61 1746 7

153 2185



2 42.
6.

2 24!



1057 4(107 20



315 1(533



3(55 2259 6



20 59.. 328 1252 11



892 1052 34 3 11.. 207 1541 5
3873 12101 35 61 24o! '. 1275 9992 29



322



CHICAGO DAILY NKWS ALMANAC AND YKAR BOOK FOR 1903.



Sweet Grass.,

Teton

Valley

Yellowstone.



Holluj. Leslie. Cameron. McKinli-y.Hrjaii.W'lpyMaru 'j.Deljs..Mi-KiiiIey.Brvir..:

400 203 3.. 460 287 1 -.. 292 298

6S7 442 1(5.. 573 457 3 34.. 293 321

430 288 2.. 303 234 1 2.. ]7f> 204

890 523 40.. 816 654 8 19.. 42<J 575



Total 31690 21204

Plurality 1048b

Percent 57.24 38.30

Total vote 55300

FOK REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGBBSS, 1902.

Joseph M. Pixon, Rep 24,626

John M. Evans, Dem 19,560

Martin Dee, Lab 6.005

George B. Sproule, Soc 3,131

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House.* J.B.

Republicans 12 46 58

Democrats 13 8 21

Labor 1 17 18

*Tie In Yellowstone county.



LSI



2406.. 25373 37146 298 116 708.. 10491 42537
11773 .. 32013

4.46. .39.71 58.37 .46 .12 1.11.. 19. 13 80.70 .30

63641 .. 53217

STATE OFFICERS.

(All democrat-populist t'usionlsts.)
Governor Joseph K. Toole.
Lleutenant-Governor Frank G. Higgins.
Secretary George M. Hayes.
Attorney-General James Donovan.
Treasurer A. H. Barrett.
Auditor J. H. Caldcrhead.
Superintendent Public Instruction W. W.
Welch.



NEBRASKA.



COUNTIES.
(90)



GOVERNOR, 1902 .
Rep. Fus. Pop. Soc.

Mickey.Thompson.Daviea.Bigelo



Adams 1648 1663 74 26.

Antelope 1170 1008 112 20.

Banner 91 59 2 .

Blaine... 75 62 1 .

Boone 1234 1127 49 14.

Box Butte 425 360 12 21.

Boyd 835 666 37 19.

Brown 409 281 3 16.

Buffalo 1686 1426 61 65.

Burt 1462 838 34 3.

Butler 1272 1068 57 6.

Cass 2122 1793 77 128.

Cedar 1212 1229 19 3.

Chase 272 245 12 .

Cherry 694 522 29 11.

Cheyenne 524 408 25 6.

Clay 1002 1371 52 '39.

Colfax 836 995 18 24.

Cuming 1111 1398 17 6.

Custer 1807 1665 93 80.

Dakota 643 676 22 18.

Dawes 507 410 11 29.

Dawson 1067 1076 59 25.

Deuel 276 198 2-2.

Dixon 1093 894 38 37.

Dodge 1867 2038 61 55.

Douglas 9105 11512 179 1537.

Dundy 292 238 9 6.

Fillmore 1644 1573 21 15.

Franklin .855 916 22 8.

Frontier 717 626 17 22.-

Furnas 1121. 981 37 5.

Gage 3202 2006 197 26.

Garfleld '... 209 180 4 1.

Gosper 335 460 11 2.

Grant 66 64 .

Greeley 418 728 5 4.

Hall 1364 1835 26 54.

Hamilton 1344 1341 62 3.

Harlan 777 830 80 39.

Hayes 266 214 4 10.

Hitchcock 349 420 3 2.

Holt 1340 1588 95 30.

Hooker 41 48 .

Howard 777 1083 29 17.

Jefferson ' 1624 1156 43 24.

Johnson 1330 899 80 8.

Kearney 911 842 45 26.

Keith 200 195 2 3.

Keya Paha 306 306 15 8.

Kimball 103 52 3 2.

Knox 1496 1312 38 20.

Lancaster 5537 3575 185 68.

Lincoln 944 833 40 30.

Logan 49 71 4 4.

Loup 158 133 1 9.

Madison 1551 1320 22 6.

McPherson 44 22 1 8.



-SUP.JtTDGE.'Ol

Rep. Dem. Pro.

Igw'k.Hollen'k.Clark.M.

1629 1586 93.

1212 989 62.

146 85 8.

91 52 2.

1277 1107 304.

574 394 16.

671 586 306.

393 303 3.

1702 1479 70.

1412 764 28.

1435 1744 65.

2209 1854 75.

1227 1260 22.

297 356 17.

728 502 43.

637 432 26.

1708 1432 63.

848 1153 13.

1136 1361 15.

1895 1770 107.

681 602 17.

534 476 17.

1173 1151 92.

863 233 7.

1055 792 42.

1722 2192 60.

9354 7600 157.

289 259 6.

1711 1603 22.

859 931 33.

683 596 19.

1132 999 42.

8188 1891 185.

251 212 11.

388 442 19.
80 45 2.

490 779 .

1638 1313 40.

1323 1235 73.

797 786 84.

297 208 6.

389 361 9.
1395 1569 79.

48 32 .

876 1094 25.

1595 1174 37.

1312 937 55.

952 888 40.

225 202 5.

341 334 25.

120 51 6.

1311 1136 58.

5055 2951 224.

1170 975 45.

93 85 9.

153 123 1.

1640 1370 .

66 25 39.



~v PRESIDENT 1900
Rep. Uem.Pro.M.R. S.L.

:Kiiifey.Bryan.Woolicy.Iiarker.Deba.

1992 2114 70 25 5

1342 1356

186 71

103 75

1524 1336

707 494

771 795

470 327

1916 2056

1929 1174

1481 2147

2922 2259

1441 1565

313 274

922 298

714 509

1932 1826

1033 1357



4 1

1

39 13 3

11 2 17

46 8

10 9 3

75 44 34

30 8 6

59 15 4

84 12 34



19 12



1385 1736

2145 2159 11 i 107 19

692 777 20 2 2

613 587 19 5 19

1280 1399

403 241



5

64 13
5 4

1285 1101 43 12

2632 2410 51 9 10

14266 13241 175 39 316

308 283 481

1883 1860 37 12 4
984 1122 40 14 4
930 810 19 25 6

1321 1319 49 11 4



1441 2701 198 16
4

20

2



251 235

494 570

148 97

463 880

2017 1766

1524 1571

880 977

808 284

450 528

1320 1492

37 43

908 1283

1862 1587

1532 1179

1055 1109

246 216

389 353

137 48

1600 1630



43 20 22

78 9 3

94 12 4

5 12 17

9 4 1

86 18 14

12

30 16 6

41 14 3

68 10 4

45 21 5

3 1



4

18

32-
65 43 9
Y45 5677 306 41 18

J



107
149

2060 1690
85 54



1169
102
137



21

6
1 2
46 12



2
1



ELECTION RETURNS. 323


Miokey.Thompson.Davies.I

Merrick 881 873 62


igelow.Sedgw'k.Hollen'k.OlarV.MoKinloj.Brjan.Woollej.Barker.Debs

4.. 990 850 76. 1212 996 98 6 6
2.. 912 705 32. 1091 853 26 21 1
56.. 1586 1279 46. 1783 1779 56 15 15
4.. 1273 1194 25. 1471 1480 30 13 3
33.. 2133 1759 55. 2718 2327 86 17 ft
18.. 1391 866 93. 1032 1121 98 15 4
.. 175 201 6. 184 231 62
13.. 1056 815 51. 1202 979 49 25 2
3:. 753 740 20. 919 913 19 3 1
8.. 1011 1906 18. Km 2117 33 15 5
16.. 992 1122 46. 1023 1376 67 11 3
17.. 958 677 38. 1192 905 38 16 6
55.. 2215 1933 58. 2491 2529 38 8 5
-.. 435 210 11. 481 243 6 1 1
14.. 1891 1603 73. 2238 2018 76 22 8
23.. 684 807 33. 792 10!>0 34 4 8
26.. 1925 2006 131. 2:525 27*12 71 11 11
26.. 302 244 22. 400 276 16 9 5
5.. 1657 1501 30. 1937 1865 40 9
13.. 520 550 19. 626 703 22 18 4
47.. 419 538 10. 503 743 15 17 24
1.. 154 165 6. 199 248 1
3.. 637 654 6. 788 751 11 11
5.. 1560 1171 30. 1S25 1516 26 4 3
1.. 86 79 4. 65 80 31
27.. 703 396 14. 803 650 12 1 1
1.. 730 701 22. 810 864 22 10 3
55.. 1376 1060 38. 1741 1412 29 11 8
10.. 974 824 16. 1246 951 12 8 1
18.. 1227 1102 46. 1355 1322 31 20 -
3.. 122 170 3. 138 180 121
1.. 2060 1565 65. 2207 1871 75 5 2


Nance 873 669 30


Nemahii 1540 1320 51


Nuckolls 1220 1102 21


| Otoe 11128 1900 98


Pawnee. . 1441 835 73


Perkins 122 171 4


Phelps 1003 835 45


Pierce... 787 737 12


Plutte 1188 1735 39


Polk 1)35 1H34 36


Red Willow 1012 715 39


Richardson 2130 1959 41


Rock 374 234 19


Saline . 1986 1596 66


Sarpy... ....._ 663 850 33


Saunders 1962 20K3 119


Scotts Bluff 354 221 16


Seward 1595 1597 41


Sheridan . 478 474 17


Sherman . 492 652 13


Sioux... 141 1 149 2


Stanton 547 619 18


Thayer 1480 1285 42


Thomas 48 69 2


Thurston. ., 604 467 6


Valley . . 845 729 25


Washington.... . 1419 1156 39


Wayne.".. . S72 756 11


Webster 1145 1024 49


Wheeler 122 150 3


York 2003 16U5 68


Total 96471 91116 338?


3157.. 99293 86374 3972. 121835 114013 3685 1104 823
.. 12919 . 7822
1.62.. 48.5842.38 1.94.. 58.46 47.22 1.51 .45 .34
204182 .. 241478
reme court judge in 1901.
d 95,703 votes; Hayward, Rep., 92,892 and Muir

red 103.064 votes; Bryan. Fus., 115,999: Lever-
L., 183; and Palmer, G. Dem., 2,885.
George W. Norris Rep 14927


Plurality.... .... 5355


Percent 49.69 46.94 1.75
Total vote .... 194141


Randolph, Soc., received 1.838 votes for Sup
For governor in 1898 1'oynter. Dem., receive
Pro., 1,724 votes.
For president in 1890 McKinley. Bep., receii
ing, Pro., 1,243; Bentiey, Nat., 797; Matchett, S.

FOE BEPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.

1. Counties of C'ass, Johnson, Lancaster,
Neinaha, Otoe, Pawnee and Uichardson.
Elmer J. Burkett, Rep 16,534
Howard H Hanks Fus 11,603


A. C. Shallenberger, Fus 14,746


John D. Stoddard, Pro 496


6. Counties of Banner, Blaine, Box*Butte,
Brown, Buffalo, Cheyenne, Cherry, Custer,
Dawes, Dawson, Deuel, Garfleld, Grant,
Greeley, Holt, Hooper, Howard, Keith,
Kryu 1'aha, Kimball. Lincoln, Logan, Loup,
JlcPherson, Rock, Seotts Bluff, Sheridan,
Sherman, Sioux, Thomas, Valley and
Wheeler.
M. P. Kinkaid, Rep 16.699


Thomas B Frascr, Pro 679




2. Counties of Douglas, Sarpy and Wash-
ington.
Gilbert M Hitchcock, Dem 13,509


David H Mercer Rep 11,669




3. Counties of Antelope, Boone, Burt, Ce-
dar, Colfax, Cuming, Dakota, Dixon, Dodge,
Knox, Madison, Merrick, Nance, Pierce,
Platte, Stanton, Thurston and Wayne.
' J J McCarthy Rep . . ..19 201


Patrick H. Barry, Ftis 13,997


C. F. Swander Fro 660


I. C. L. Wisley Soc 463


LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.
Republicans 29 76 105


John's. Robinson. Fus 18,541


4. Counties of Butler, Fillmore. Gage,
Hamilton, Jefferson, Polk, Saline, Saunders,
Seward, Thayer and York.
Fdmund H Hinshaw Rep 19,337


Fusionists 4 24 28

STATE OFFICERS.

(All republicans.)
Governor John H. Mickey.


William L Stark Fu 16,838




Secretary of State George W. Marsh.
Treasurer Peter Mortensen.
Auditor Charles Weston.
Attorney-General Frank N. Prout.
Land Commissioner George D. Follmer.
Supt. Pub. Inst. W. K. Fowler.

ADA.

ES. 1900-^ . Gov. 1898 , , PRES. 189h
Dem. Rep. Dem. Sil. Peo. Rep. Dem. Pop.

ey. Brjan. M.-.Miir.illn I'lSulUr.MoCTjhMoKJlSej. Urvan Bryan

} 120.. 95 53 38 7.. 47 153 3
2 222.. 209 60 142 20.. 175 180 85
3 800.. '324 421 499 65.. 127 942 69


5. Counties of Adams, Chase, Clay
Dundy, Franklin, Frontier, Furnas, Gosper,
Hull, Harlan, Hayes, Hitchcock. Kearney,
Nuckolls, Perkins, Phelps, Red Willow and
Webster.

NEV

COtTNTlES. ^-GOV.1902-v,-Pl

(15) 8. D. Rep. Rei

SparkU-levolaml.McKm

Churchill 135 82.. 7 1


Douglas 197 243.. 21


Elko 765 632.. 47



324



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



Esmeralda 250 221.. 125

Eureka 283 175.. 122

Humboldt 662 420.. 364

Lander 283 142.. 144

Lincoln 321 323.. 233

Lyon., 335 254.. 215

Nye... 603 238.. 32

Ormsby 385 369.. 314

Roop .. .

Storey 567 432.. 461 616.

Washoe 1536 838.. 919 1005.

WhitePine 218 359.. 164 326.



ks.Clevolami.McKinley. Bryan. McMiirnRuss'l.Sa<irr.McrT B h McKinley Bryan.Bryan



391.
700.
325.
564.
354.
190.
414.



158 65 191

134 75 336

284 272 349

85 182 li9

111 297 259

301 08 199

31 40 147

370 61 395



21..
20..
47..
15..
36..
18..
15..
16..



09
39

98
36
30

113
12

2S4



384
533
715
479
813
450
215
550



596 148 346 29.. 372 1075
705 191 286 507.. 513 1010
145 102 184 17.. 40 303



Total 6537 4778.. 3860 6376.

Plurality 1759 .. 2516.

Percent. 57.7942.21.. 37.71 6)2.29.

Totalvote 11315 .. 10236



354820603570 833.. 1938 7802 575

22 . . 6439

35.44 20.57 35,66 .83.. 18.79 75.64 5.57

lOOir .. 10315



FOE REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS. 1902.

C. D. Van Dusen, Dem ............... 5,8*8

Farrington, Rep ....................... 5,071



LEGISLATURE.

Senate.
Republicans ............. 4

Silver Democrats ....... 13



House. J.B.
4 8

33 46



STATE OFFICERS.

Governor John Sparks, Dem.
Lieutenant-Governor Lemuel Allen, Sil.
Secretary W. G. Douglas, Rep.
Treasurer D. M. Ryan, Sil.
Comptroller S. P. Davis, Sil.
Sup't Public Instruction Orvis Ring, Rep.
Attorney-GeneralJames G. Sweeney, Dem.



NEW HAMPSHIRE.



COUNTIES.
(10)



GOVERNOR 1902 , , PRESIDENT 1900-^ .-

Rep. Dem. Pro. Peo. Soc. Ind. Rep. Dem. Pro. S.D.

Bacliclder. Hollis. Berry. Howie.O'Neil. Elliott. McKinley. Bryyi. Woolley. Deb



GOV. 1898 -

Rep. Dem. Pro.

Kollins. Stone.Stevens



Belknap 2182 1959 216 3 14 35.. 3099 18lf 116 20.. 2224 2526

Carroll 2317 1333 75 2 7 7.. 2626 1859 87 14.. 2341 1819 86

Cheshire 2827 1713 97 2 50 28.. 4435 2120 83 8.. 3475 19(8 103

Coos 2785 2090 89 6 14 32.. 3383 2436 55 11.. 2666 2478 66

Grafton 4828 2982 197 .. 28 47.. 6177 3619 173 35.. 4881 3541 143

Hillsborough 9211 9902 305 10 348 181.. 12653 8339 212 331.. 9574 8853 257

Merrimack 5944 5428 306 6 142 53.. 7517 5248 224 50.. 6405 5474 271

Rockingham 5855 4140 149 24 135 69.. 7367 4719 153 ISA.. 6619 4288 173



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