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Stratford 4174 2864 89 3 293 6.. 4987 3792 117 118.. 4499 3248 94

Sullivan 1992 1433 98 1 26 10.. 2559 1538 50 19.. 2046 1358 50



Total 42115 33844 1621 57 1057 468.. 54803 35489 1270 790.. 44730 35653 1333

Plurality 8271 .. 19314 .. 9077

Percent 53.20 42.75 2.05 .01 1.34 .59.. 59.3238.42 1.37 .86.. 54.26 43.25 1.61

Scattering .. 717

Totalvote 79173 .. 92352 82438



FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.

1. The counties of Belknap, Carroll, Rock-
ingham, Strafford, Hillsborough (part) and
Merrimack (part).

Cyrus A. Sulioway, Rep 22,491

Albert S. Langley, Dem 15,218

Scattering 1,083

2: The counties of Cheshire, Coos. Grafton,
Sullivan, Hillsborough (part) and Merrimack
(part).

Frank D. Currier, Rep : 22,138

George E, Bales, Dem 14,986

Scattering 1,067



Republicans ....
Democrats 3



LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.



256
137



STATE OFFICERS.

(All republicans.)
Governor Chester B. Jordan.
Secretary E. N. Pearson.
Treasurer Solon A. Carter.
Adjutant-General A. A. Ayling.
Attorney-General E. G. Eastman.
Superintendent of Education C. Folsom.



NEW JERSEY.



COUNTIES.

(21)



,- GOVERNOR 1901^
Rep. Dem. Pro. Soc.

Murphy .Sey



Atlantic 6051

Bergen 7401

Burlington 6877

Camden 13571

CapeMay 1877

Cumberland 5567

Essex 36780 29885 394 711

Gloucester 3504 2H9 320 12

Hudson 278S2 36880 245 1315.

Hunterdon 2978 4052 215 22.

Mercer 10954 9083 316 185.



3290 225 16.

6061 163 199.

5294 344 24.

8815 398 98.

1231 142 10.

3655 521 86



Rep.

McKinley

. 6122"
. 9086
. 8381
. 16148
. 2241
. 6780
. 45318
. 4471
. 32:141
. 1-5873
. 13874



PRESIDENT 1900 ,

Dem. Pro.S.D. S.L.Peo.

.Bryan. Woolley DebsMallon'yliark.

2566 277 49 9 23.

6466 165 179 50

5476 507 75 10

7281 553 215 48

1110 186 11 7

4036 642 66 14

25735 544 1003 617

2829 342 87 12

38025 353 1373 515

5136 312 34 8

7858 450 210 38



PRESIDENT 1896 ,
Rej). Dem.G.D. Pro.

. M'Kin'yllr.van.Palm'rUvcr'g

5005 2233 119 200

8545 4531 451 113

9371 4610 406 306

16395 6380 280 390

2136 929 50 135

7018 3877 78 487

42587 20509 1004 540

4727 2981 77 216

33626 28131-} 927 207

4264 4992 93 289

13847 5970 430 400



ELECTION RETURNS. 325


MumhT.Sejmour.Brown.Vail .McKi

Middlesex 7027 7517 120 29. .
Munnioutli . .... 8556 7781 820 30 103


alev.Brvan.WoollcjDrtsMallou'TBarkerM'Kin-vHrvrui 1'uliu'rUviT"-
48 7191 216 90 54 if.).. '.KU4 5976 350 14!)
63 8508 419 l>3 43 58.. 10611 7799 474 2i*l
J 6793 490 92 35 58.. 8190 4930 o.'ll 408
82 1414 183 25 5 27.. S!84 1U(>8 80 123
19 12891 259 337 349 28.. 15437 9280 357 233
98 2981 272 32 9 18. . 3717 2802 67 247
38 3183 170 50 12 25.. 4388 2608 159 120
74 3395 138 52 10 10.. 3045 2975 49 124
22 7605 317 494 220 30.. 11707 6073 529 223
89 6219 388 72 9 12.. 4063 6013 62 344


Morris 0885 5455 843 41.. 77


Ocean. .. 2516 13(8 166 12 31


Passaic 13481 12179 158 374.. 150


Salem 2931 2749 206 52. 33


Somerset 3490 3181 170 16.. 44


Sussex 2302 2953 131 18.. 28


Union 10215 8856 200 205.. 125


Warren 2919 3622 262 34.. 35


Total 183814 166681 5305 3489.. 2217


07164808718346092074 609.. 221367 133075 6373 5614
99 ., 87692
27 41.091.791.14 .51 .16.. 69.66 36.031.72 1.51
401050 .. 371014

governor.

7. Part of Essex county.
Richard Wayne Parker, Rep 19,878


Plurality 17133 .. 566


Percent 50.88 46.131.46 .96.. 55.
Total vote 361267


In 1901 Wilson, S. L., received 1,918 votes for

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.

1. Counties of Camden, Gloucester and
Salem.


George A. Miller, Dem 14,371


Edmund L Roff Pro 243


Richard T Miller Dem 15 279


Frank Clinton Dey, Soc 335


Robert T Seagrave Pro . 1120


William Walker, S. L 297


2. Counties of Cape May, Cumberland. At-
lantic and Burlington.


8. Part of Essex county.
William H. Wiley Rep 18,814


Henry G. Atwater, Dem 12,005




John Berryrnan, Pro 192


Marion R Owen* Pro 2*323


James E. Billings, Soc 742


Daniel W Davis, Soc 199


9. Part of Hudson county.
Robert Carey, Rep 13,700


3. Counties of Middlesex, Monmouth and
Ocean.




A. R. Hopkins, Soc 813


Jacob A. Geissenhainer, Dem 18,345


James Parker, Pro 147


Robert Bruce Crowell, Pro 546
4. Counties of Hunterdon, Somerset and
Mercer.
William M. Lanning Rep 18,972


10. Part of Hudson county.
James D. iMaaning Rep 10,595


Allan L McDermott Defn 19,311


Lewis Perriue, Dem 16,966


Frederick Krafft, 'Soc 879


William Lunger Pro 588


Rufus B. Artz Pro 41


William H Wooton Soc 381


Charles Merquelin, S. L 523


5. Counties of Union, Morris and Warren.
Charles N Fowler Rep 21,030


LEGISLATURE.

' Senate. House. J.B.
Republicana 16 41


DeWTtt C. Flanagan, Dem 19,881
Joel G. Van Cise, Pro 883


John M. Beaman. Soc 415
Jacob Grieb S L .... 231


STATE OFFICERS.
(All republicans.)
Governor Franklin Murphy.
Secretary George Wurts.
Treasurer G. B. Swain.
Comptroller W. S. Hancock.
Attorney-GeneralSamuel H. Gray.
Adjutant-General W. S. Stryker.

ffEXICO.

. DEL. 1900 > , DEL. '98 , /-DELEGATE 1896-,
Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Dem. Rep. Sil.

Rodey. Larrazolo. Perca. Fereusaon. Fcrjmsson. Ciitron. Dame.

3332 1450.. 2550 2114. 2049 2609 23
377 628.. 146 417. 418 101 19
1134 1194.. 727 1181. 1272 600 6
948 . 918.. 1286 1154. 1258 1045
255 376.. 126 321. 412 120
1137 1281.. 6(8 1215. 1407 455 1
504 648.. 598 397. 502 460
773 571.. 536 610. 769 464

445 287! ! !
1080 1099.. 1147 1114. 1112 1112
448 617.. .
1525 1207.. 1684 1084. 1284 14B2
224 490.. 182 460. 445 125
2509 2271.. 2402 2193. 2334 2332 4
1569 1312.. 1073 1239. 1641 1584 12
325 554.. 317 495. 677 188
1410 1103.. 1407 1150. 1445 1205
996 927.. 1049 968. 1193 1015


6. Counties of Bergen, Passaic and Sus-
sex.
William Barber, Rep 20,236


William Hughes Dem 24,084


Robert H Richards, Pro 435


W H Wyatt Soc 777


Louis A. Magnet, S L 419


NEW ]

COUNTIES. . DEL. 1902 .
(20) Kep. Dem.

Rodey. FerKiisson.

Bernalillo 3818 421.


Chaves... 359 883.


Coif ax .. 1450 1027.


Donna Ana 1221 469.


Eddy 194 456.


Grant 849 878.


Guadaloupe ... 773 591.


Lincoln 767 675.


Luna 261 243.


Mclvinley. 390 174.


Mora .. 1128 997.


Otero 692 474.


RioArriba 1752 899.


San Juan 346 390.


San Miguel 2794 1984.
Santa Fe , 1630 1116.


Sierra 426 379.


Sooorro. 1483 967.


Taos 1159 786.



CHICAGO DAILY \K\VS ALMANAC AND YEAK BOOK KOH 1903.



Jlodev.

Union 732

Valencia.... 1998



711..



Rodey. Larrazolo. IVrca. FeiyusHon. Ferirus-'im. Catron. I*

719 740.. 535 612.. 524 375 -
1785 124.. 1(589 45.. 205 1015 1



Total 24222 1457(i.. 21567 17857.. 18722 10059.. 18947 17017

Plurality 9046 .. 3710 .. 2063 .. 1930

Percent 62.43 37.57.. 54.69 45.31.. 52.91 47.08.. 52.03 47.10

Total vote 38798 .. 39442 .. 35381 .. 36030



.18



LEGISLATURE.

Council. House. J.B.



Republicans 12 20

Democrats 3

TERRITORIAL OFFICERS.

(Republican.)

Governor Miguel A. Otero.
Secretary J. W. Raynolds.



Treasurer J. H. Vauglm.
Solicitor-General F. L. Bartlett.
Auditor W. G. Sargent.
Sup't of Public Instruction J. V. Chaves.
Commissioner of Public Lands A. A. Keen
Adjutant-General W. H. Whitoman.
Coal-Oil Inspector John S. Clark.
Public Printer James D. Hughes.
Librarian Lafayette Emmett.



NEW YOKK.



COUNTIES.
(GO)



Rep.

Odell.

Albany ............... 22950

Allegany ............. 6010

Broome .............. 9453

Cattaraugus ......... 8546

Cayuga ............... 8T.M

Chautauqua ......... 13313

Chemung ............. 6223

Chenango ............ 5558

Clinton ............... 6318

Columbia ............ 5609

Cortland ............. 4390

Delaware ............. 6447

Dutchess ............. 10049

Brie ................... 30353

Essex ............. *... 4301

Franklin ............. 5237

Fulton ................ 5272

Hamilton ............. 601

Genesee .............. 4482

Greene ............... 4042

Herkimer ............ 6396

Jefferson ............. 9877

Kings .................. 84120

Lewis ................ 3934

Livingston ........... 5328

Madison .............. 5957

Monroe ............... 21995

Montgomery ......... 6080

Nassau ............... 5605

New York ............ 100131

Niagara .............. 8343

Onehla ............... 14037

Onondaga ............ 21455

Ontario ............... 6512

Orange ............... 12327

Orleans ............... 3908

Oswego ............... 9409

Otsego ............... 6897

Putnam .............. 2184

Queens ............... 9372

Hensselaer ........... 16336

Richmond ............ 4876

Rockland ............. 3306

St. Lawrence ......... 11987

Saratoga ............. 7670

Schenectady ......... 6480

Behoharle ............ 8480

Schuylcr .............. 2334

Seneca ............... 3557

Steuben .............. 9595

Sum. Ik ............... 7513

Sullivan .............. 3909

Tioga ................. 4010

Tompkins ............ 4880

Ulster ................ 9705

Warren ............. 3038

Washington ......... 6314

Wayne ................ 6708

Ttrnatntmat-AI* Kl'.'t



GOVEUNOB 1902

Dem. Pro. S. L. 8oc. U.R

Colcr. Manierre.DeLeon. Uanford. Kyd>

1(5330 203 441 123 22.

2218 560 45

5728 470 61

4299 473 53

5266 232 192

4930 503 194

5531 485

3133 306

2344 266

4274 185

2437 268



15 11.

21 45.

17 19.

30 21.

99 23.

26 37.

41 13.

5 22.



19 14.
5 2.
2 11.



3504 338

7413 344 49 14 22.

30019 798 1031 50(5 190.

1618 82 29 68 5.

2110 203 18 8 35.

3281 518 172 465 61.

748 15 1 1 .

2653 255 43 33 13.

3402 205 25 74 10.

5040 276 116 234 8.

5887 443 126 368 12.

110634 637 2869 4381 116.

2934 77 3 73.

3544 242 18 6 5.

3054 273 32 56 21.

16300 900 864 2198 119.

5139 412 53 28 19.

4630 86 31 24 3.

192735 094 5820 10885 512.

7099 809 40 51 32.

14341 1012 181 147 76.

13757 393 456 3(57 18.

4414 279 25 16 10.

8346 350 187 142 3(5.

2497 321 26

6211 085 56

5090 353 21



1263
10532



45



11 14.

17 17.

10 15.

14 3.



83 370 1037 14.

12598 339 489 233 24.

7231 94 123 129 6.

3853 99 23 40 3.

4515 420 - 53 13 64.

5986 399 97 43 11.

5594 314 287 136 18.

8845 164 4 6 2.

1540 132 5 2 .

2997 101 28 10 5.



6044 843 105 185 14.
01





(258 419

3034 98

2428 181

3510 308

8062 391

2730 171

3248 359

3693 264



11
111
48
58
55 117



45 15.
5 3.



39 10.
59 6.
3.



29 20 4.



, PRESIDENT 1900 * Gov. 1898

Rep. Dem. Pro. S.D. Rep. Dem. Pro.

McKinlej.llryun. \Voollc.y. Debs. Koosev1t.ViuiWyck. Kline

23477 18747 230 04.. 19;i07 20232 19fi

12.. 0129 2953 599

15.. 9238 5627 514

22.. 8335 6055 416

49.. 8792 5568 24C

42.. 12014 5294 560

42.. 5906 6008 475

18.. 5779 3056 271

12.. 4824 4800 97
20.



7196 3623 759

10383 6652 847

9944 6225 499

10327 6330 836

15320 0060 591

6920 6528 385

6359 4040 363

6322 4288 118

6482 4945 176

4897 2773 347

7631 4641 390

11938 7687 379

44T79 39837

5069 1992

6311 2663 213

7232 3676 494

650 511 22

5383 3268 263

4389 4267 135



5446 5159 143

.. 4200 2406 284

7.. 6515 4029 370

21.. 10527 7939 343

741 391.. 34199 36441 505

44.. 4325 2273

12.. 5267 2474 179

9 ?"6044 4492 395



26 4680 2716 229

28.. 4063 4019 147

810C 5397 299 168.. 6705 5527 263

11884 6779 576 174.. 10222 6(31 510

108985 106221 590 2331.. 83146 101526 384

4312 2852 80 8.. 3604 2892 81

5(W8 3877 384 7.. 5180 2351 277

7177 '3074 301 (58.. 6141 3490 320

20099 19612 1102 1019.. 20748 18093 714

7310 5128 221 24.. 6296 5491 180

6988 4324 100 23.. 5415 4153 51

153033 1817911 (540 61113. .112800 173476 485

9356 7733 429 20.. 7ti02 7074 345

19213 12820 634 113.. 15449 14077 574

24328 14095 506 336.. 19785 13598 510

7.. 6573 4781 269

25.. 11911 9098 332

20.. 4232 2821 315

23.. 10184 6340 395

11.. 6870 5800 348

23.. 1901 1651

644.. 9715 13049



7702 5049 279

14138 10180 343

46(57 2851 307

11165 6602 588

7894 6140 327

2221 1346

12341 14740

17087 13450



37



83. . 14039 146911 . 398



0047 0751 147 109.. 4577 6723 113



4189 4020 108

15293 5(598 486

9593 5913 506

(5775 4779 159

3863 4317 171

2601 1892 189

3785 3459 121

12417 8874 969

9583 5T01 545

4399 3029 114

4746 3030 243

5410 3852 370

11340 9351 412

4820 2542 201

8213 3356 405

7957 4475



20.. 3382 3374 82
27. 12587 4989 438



8176 6899 ;i9.'i
4617 4041 138



3507 4310 131

2343 1622 193

4.. 3450 3434 90

48.. 10039 7536 I

34.. 7923 5442 440

4.. 3900 3325 96

L. 4100 2926 265

22.. J516 3094 441

5.. 10678 9174 222

11.. 4083 2950 137

24.. 7117 3400 409

14.. 6919 4280 311



Westchester 18459 16754 315 557 700 64.. 21271 16426 380 228.. 115658 15010 254



ELECTION- RETURNS.



327



Wyoming..
Yates.



(Well.
412.'.

21W8



Colcr. ManicrreJ>cL<-on.Himforcl.K;y<ler.Mc-Kinley.BrTMi

2121 259 15 6 1.. 5030 28H
1572 121 9 4 \.. 3127 21%



.Woollcy.Debs.IiooseveH.VwiWvck.KliiH
4522 27114 2tW



5..



1785 193



Total 15U 650347 20490 1588B -'3400 1894.. K21H92 678386 22043 128611. .661707 IM3U21 18383

Plurality 8773 .. 143ti06 .. 17781!

Percent 47.86 47.22 1.47 1.14 1.68 .16.. 53.10 43.82 1.42 .18.. 49.02 47.70 1.36

Scattering 6632

Total vote 1389799 1547912 .. "1349974

votes; Bryan, Fus., 551,369; Palmer,

I'., l^.. 1 .*'. I ,t ' \ t - I I I I L;. III'.. Ml, I',).. .! .1 I > 1 H t I . .-. JJ., JLI.UUI.

In 1898 Hanford. S. L.. received 25.860 votes and Bacon, C. U., 18,383 votes for governor.
In 1900, for president, Malloney, S. L., received 12,622 votes.



FOB BErKESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.

1. Counties of Suffolk and Nassau and the
3d, 4th and 5th wards of the borough of
Queens, in Queens county.

Frederick Storm, Rep 17,681

Townsend Scudder, Dem 17,788

Frank Pessen, S. D 226

2. Borough of Brooklyn (14th, 15th, 16frh,
17th, 18th and part of 27th wards).

James R. Howe, Rep 9,593

George H. Lindsay, Dem 18,728

William Irvine, Pro 107

Isaac Bookman, S. L 821

George Stamer, S. D 1,033

3. Borough of Brooklyn (13th, 19th, 21st,
part of 27th and part of 23d wards).

Charles T. Dunwell, Rep 17,457

Hugh E. Rogers, Dem 17,043

George M. Mather, Pro 133

Henry Kober, S. L 528

Henry Jander, S. D 973

4. Borough of Brooklyn (26th, 28th, 31st,
32d aud part of 25th wards).

William Schnitzfan, Rep 13,695

Frank E. Wilson, Dem 16,435

Henry T. Hinsch, Pro 126

Emil Mueller, S. L 647

William A. Helde, S. D 1,369

5. Borough of Brooklyn (8th, 24th, 29th,
30th and part of the 23d and 25th wards).

Harry A. Hanbury, Rep 15,216

Edward M. Bassett, Dem 16,149

Robert T. Stokes, Pro 143

Justus Eberts, S. L 338

Peter E. Burrows, S. D 378

Elmer T. White 854

6. Borough of Brooklyn (7th, 9th, 20th,
22d and part of the llth wards).

Henry Brlstow, Rep 17,420

Robert Baker, Dem 17,886

Adolph C. Carlson, Pro 153

Frederick A. Loise, S. L 328

Hugo- Peters, S. D 341

7. Borough of Brooklyn (1st. 2d, 3d, 4th,
6th, 6th, 10th, 12th and part of llth wards).

.FM ini-s T. Williamson, Rep 10,432

John J. Fitzgerald, Dem 23,112

George W. Hunt, Pro 123

Bernard Hughes, SOc 288

Peter Larson. S. D 277

8. County of Richmond (Staten island)
and part of lower New York city.

Montague Lessler. Rep 10,386

Timothy D. Sullivan. Dem 26,107

Benjamin F. Funk. Pro 164

Robert Downs, S. L 417

Gustave Thiemer, S. D 496

Frank Mayo 74

9. Part of New York city.

Henry M. Goldfogle. Dem 7,739

Charles S. Adler. Rep 4,235

T. N. Holdon, Pro 82

Rudolph K)it7.. S. L 499

Alrxanil-r .("lias, S. I> l.SfiB



10. Part of New York city.

William Sulzer, Dem 15,451

William Blau, Rep 6,088

Ira Babcock, Pro 45

James T. Hunter. S. L 1,391

H. G. Wilshlre, S. >1> 1,873

11. Part of New York city.

William R. Hearst, Dem 26,953

Henry 'Burrell, Rep 10,841

Edward A. Packer, Pro 119

Charles G. Tiche, S. L 423

Solomon Feldman, S. D 686

12. Part of New York city.

George B. McClellan, Dem 21,275

Charles Stiongood, Rep 7,039

John W. Andrews, Pro 48

Emil Hendricks, S. L 512

A. F. Durlacher, S. D 54

Frederick Paulitch, Ind 1,005

13. Part of New York city.

Francis B. Harrison, Dein 15,524

James W. Perry, Rep 13,987

J. H. Garnell, Pro 81

Andreas H. Knudson, S. L 189

Peter Zoeler, S. D 223

Francis M. Neall, Ind 51

14. Part of New York city and part of
Long Island City and Newtown, in Queens
county.

Andrew J. Andersen, Rep 8492

Ira E. Rider, Dem 20,402

John C. Wallace, Pro 79

Arthur Chambers, S. L 647

William Ehret, S. D 2,348

J. J. M. Issing, Ind 79

15. Part of New York city.

William H. Douglass, Rep 12,575

Henry B. Martin, Dem 12161

David A. Howell, Pro 45

Robert J. McCall, S. L

Edward F. Cassidy, S. D 252

16. Part of New York city.

Jacob Ruppert, Jr., Dem 15,657

William R. Spooner, Rep 7 4^5

Robert E. Niedig, Pro....... si

Claus Vonderlieth, S. L 679

Herman Walker, S. D i t ug

17. Part of New York city.

Frank E. Shober, Dem 19248

Harvey T. Andrews, Rep 17731

George Gethin, Pro

Nils Johnson, S. L 367

James C. Kanely, S. D 560

18. Part of New York city.

Joseph A. Goulden, Dem 28,411

Frank C. Sehaeffer, Rep 14,844

James H. Hardy, Pro 154

Frederick H. Olpp. S. L 892

Ernest Stranger, S. D i.ges

19. County of Westchester.

Norton P. Otis, Rep 17.878

C. A. Pugsley. Dem 17 338

M. C. Bi'ardsley. Pro 291

ouvii Carraher, S. L

William T. Wood, S. D .. i;xf,



328



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



20. Counties of Sullivan, Orange and
Rockland.

Thomas W. Bradley. Rep 19,747

Theodore H. Babcock, Dem 14,874

John Anthony. Pro 577

Edward Gidley, S. L 219

B. Sykes, S. D 197

21. Counties of Greene, Columbia, Put-
nam and Dutchess.

John H. Ketcham, Rep 22,363

Curtis F. Hoag, Dem 15,777

Lester Howard, Pro 768

A. C. Fancher, S. D 128

22. Counties of Rensselaer and Washing-
ton.

William H. Draper. Rep 21,689

John H. Morrison, Dem 15,698

Carl H. Caspar, Pro 344

23. Counties of Albany and Schenectady.
George N. Southwick, Rep 28.858

B. C. Sloan, Dem 22.459

Jacob E. Alexander, S. L 760

Henry Vitalius, S. D 254

24. Counties of Delaware. Otsego, Ulster
and Schoharie.

George J. Smith, Rep 26.842

Clifford Champion. Dem 20,045

Ira S. Jarvis, Pro 1,121

25. Counties of Fulton. Hamilton, Mont-
gomery, Warren and Saratoga.

Lucius N. Littauer, Rep 23,018

Frank Beebe, Dem 18,132

Leo R. Grinnell, S. D 611

26. Counties of Clinton, Essex, Franklin
and St. Lawrence.

William H. Flack. Rep 27,816

Henry Holland, Dem 10.392

Henry C. Shares, Pro 990

Isaac Peyser, S. D 108

27. Counties of Herkimer and Oneida.

James S. Sherman, Rep 21,743

Edward Lewis, Dem 18,497

Seth H. Warner, Pro 1,293

28. Counties of Jefferson, Lewis and Os-
wego.

Charles L. Knapp, Rep 23,196

C. Frank Smith. Dem 14,883

Charles W. Richards, Pro 1,274

29. Counties of Ouondaga and Madison.

Michael E. Driscoll, Rep 27,023

Martin F. Dillon. Dem 16,330

Albert Colt, Pro 744

James Trainor, S. L 474

John L. Franz, S. D 417

30. Counties of Broome, Chenango, Tioga,
Tompkins and Cortlaml. '

John W. Dwifcht, Rep 28,211

Charles D. Pratt, Dem 17,176



31. Counties of Cayuga, Ontario, Wayne
and Yates.

Sreno E. Payne, Rep 24,130

Harry B. Harpending, Dem 14,843

Harrison L. Hoyt, Pro 916

Frank L. Brannick, S. D 267

32. County of Monroe.

James B. Perkins, Rep 22,119

William De Graff, Dem 15,933

Freeman H. Bettys, Pro 941

Henry Engel. S. L 904

Charles R. Bach, S. D 2,249

33. Counties of Chemung, Schuyler, Sen-
eca and Steuben.

Charles W. Gillet. Rep 21,587

Frank P. Trost, Dem 16,494

William A. Allen, Pro 1,523

3-4. Counties of Genesee. Livingston, Ni-
agara, Orleans and Wyoming.

James W. Wadsworth, Rep.... 26,007

Dean F. Currie. Dem 18,787

William E. Booth, Pro 1,501

35. City of Buffalo (1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th,
6th, 7th, 8th. 9th, 10th. llth, 12th, 13th,
14th. 15th, 16t'h and 18th wards).

John M. Farquhar, Rep 14,715

William H. Ryan, Dem 19,884

E. J. Cook, Pro 282

William L. Patterson, S. L 752

T. E. F. Schorr, S. D 349

36. City of Buffalo (17th, 19th. 20th. 21st,
22d, 23d. 24th and 25th wards) and the 7th
and 8th assembly districts of Erie county.

Dr. Alvah S. Alexander, Rep 21,525

Ole L. Snyder, Dem 16,016

Thomas Tomlinson. Pro 558

William F. Rohloff, S. L 263

Tom Tilton, S. D 147

37. Counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus and
Chautauqua.

Edward B. Vreeland, Rep 27,579

George J. Ball, Dem 11,470

William J. Hoyt, Pro 1,636

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.

Republicans 28 89 117

Democrats 22 61

STATE OFFICEBS.

(All republicans.)
Governor Benjamin B. Odell, Jr.
Lieutenant-Governor Frank W. Higgins.
Secretary of State John F. O'Brien.
Comptroller Nathan L. Miller.
Treasurer John G. Wickser.
Attorney-General Henry B. Coman.
State Engineer E. A. Bond.



NORTH CAROLINA.



COUNTIES.

(97)



,-PRESIDENT 1900-^ ^

Rep. Dem.Pro.Pop.

MoKinley.Bryan.WoolIey.Bark.

Alamance , 2256 1923 32 6.

Alexander 938 774

Alleghany 662 709

Anson 673 1856

Ashe W37 1513

Beaufort 1799 2IN6

Bertie 1067 2420

'Blaclen 1192 1102

Brunswick 643 525

Buncombe , 4141 8734

Burke 1110 1389

Cabarrus 1111

Caldwell 1317

Cumden 63o

Oarteret <S7

Caswell 1297

Catawba 1524



26 .



20..



1486
1111

498
1(146
1342
16U7



STTPR
Fus.

;. Envoi.

2239
811
584
1403
1815
2291
2013
1428
1210
38i8
1S24
1307
797
555
1053
1(37
1514



CT.*98-v PRESIDENT 1896

Dem. Rep. Dem. Pro.Nat.G.I



Hoke. MoEinlev.Ur

2616.. 2314 2302

892.. 620 1119

853. . 605 737

1873. . 1060 2322

1704.. 1761 1517

2<;62. . 2207 2513

1732. . 2155 1711

1256 1665
878
4611



tr'irBontl'vPaln

10 38
1
1



1279

4098



1385 1550



1676. .
1193..
4438..
1474..
1949..
1190..
60S..
1300
1445..
19*.. 1004 2619



996
!H~
5*8



2250
14'!8
554



943 1308
1701 1372



ELECTION RETURNS.



Chatham

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland

Columbus

Craven ,

Cumberland

Currltuck

Dare

Davidson

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Kdgecombe

Forsyth ,

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

[Guilford ,

Halifax

Harnett ,

Hay wood

Henderson

Hertford ,

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell

Mecklenburg

Mitchell

Montgomery

Moore

Nash..

New Hanover

Northampton ......

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank

Fender

Perquimans

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Kobeson

Rockingham

Rowan

Rutherford

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania

Tyrrell

Union

Vance ,.

Wake

Warren

Washington

Watauga

Wayne

Wilkes

Wilson

Yadkin

rancey

Total

Plurality

Percent

Total vote



McKinlej.Bryan.Woolly.l!oike:
. 2240 1489 2' !>;V.



1157
932
894



74



404

1311 2-J28 21
1237. 1623
1502 2027
2138 Ii5 10

927

404

2329 1823 19 .
1251 832 37 2fi.
1081 1878 6.
202 2373 14 20..



435



19.



1..



1685 3009 1
2588 2483 27



5..



2 -



1



1 16..



3 19..
4..



1602 2781 13 .

1626 1931 50 57.

664 1125 8.

387 358

1585 2287

820 1385

32H6 3335 45

2174 3990

1199 1342

1257 1735 13
1483 973

732 1337'

798 867

2044 2523 17

1047 1080

1997 3154

602 713

1224 1936
1133 893
1035 977

2327 1268

1088 1819

1105 1014 11 9.

2324 3786 47 31.
1958 491 .

920 1100

2029 1606

1337 2600

60 2247

1587 1992

618 1322

1280 1274
597



10..



- 11..



2..



729

1282 1196

543 1137

846 &30

1274 1466 7..

2156 3264 15 21..

652 484 7

2487 2264 37

ji04 1264 5

1146 3280

2252 2682 3

1555 2461 262 15. i

1981 2081 1 27..

2002 1257 51 105..



44 924

792 1265

1798 1443

2451 1898

782 590

622 529

383 466

8fi4 1790

881 1233



3



22
2 48

3947 4774 15
1337 1573
784 834
1439 923
1965 3104 37
2840 1704 2
1194 2816 2
1733 950 7
iaS2 954



2



2 112

939
1174

365
1530
1531
2885
2235

497

457
2092
1097
1839
1895
2498
3324
240!)
1731

778

379
2279
1237
3214
2677
1348
1041
1313
1460

969
2069

997
2040

851
1695
1118

971
2154
1556
1017
3526
1639
1193
2017
2219
2641
2228

877
1265

826
1391
1255

992
1512
2799

657
2742
1688
2804
2673
1533
1685
2437



541
1904
2391
701
646
472
1430
1791
5084
2251
1237
1155
2538
2649
2040
1610
850



Iloke.
2U.Y>.

9?.i

994.

437.
2455.
2116.
2076.
2405.

963.

499.
2409.

915.
2109.
2534.
2891.
3009.
2698.
2348.
1103.

370.
2236.
1218.



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