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Cameron 802 718 18 2


Carbon 2741 3496 160 25


Centre 4181 4574 175


Chester 8591 7205 816 29


89.. 18809 0214 788 14 31. 14188 5904
3002 3472 235 1 6 3325 3952


Clarion . 2149 3208 273 2


Clearfield. . . 6418 5891 709 76


36.. 7955 0066 680 110 41. 7359 6152
10.. 3157 2879 182 2 18. 3486 3051
. 36.. 2954 4982 439 57. 3266 4808
46.. 7705 7000 624 3 11. 7851 8383
10.. 5587 5428 361 6 3. 6164 5147
39.. 14073 7390 761 7 8. 14679 6306
101.. 13794 4249 311 9 30. 13952 4071
6.. 3254 3105 116 12 9. 2802 2664
1567.. 11816 7281 624 149 291. 11755 8556
88.. 9637 7650 607 39 59. 9218 8157
4.. 1309 714 109 1. 1224 805
2.. 6483 4500 184 6 6. 6720 4335
1(189 1224 31 1 1080 1228


Clinton 2602 3077 113 6


Columbia 2133 4858 306 27


Crawford 6468 0153 517 16


Cumberland... . 4783 5885 278 1


Dauphin .. . 10219 8448 759 33


Delaware.... . 9539 54H5 250 1C


Klk 1741 3800 119 10


Erie 8116 6316 519 176


Fayette... . 8758 8296 760 49


Forest 1043 807 149 2


Franklin... . 8757 5441 171 2


Fulton . 806 1117 25


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3.. 2427 8674 111 1 2. 2438 4102
3.. 4045 1989 191 21. 4956 2157
53.. 5087 1707 334 4 50. 6803 2102
13.. 5950 3063 480 18 24. 5479 3402
1805 1621 77 1 2057 1794


Huntingdon... . 3577 2394 134 1


Indiana . 4244 2582 293 15


Jefferson . . 3981 3413 324 23


lunlata 1557 1671 70


Lacka wanna.... . 10670 7576 744 540


918.. 107(13 14728 800 87 121. 18054 11645
496.. 23230 8437 592 11 90. 24337 8145
831.. 6343 2754 911 14 287. 6184 2691
18.. 7089 3050 401 1 16. 7268 2751
65.. 9775 10438 238 50 13. 9497 9318


Lancaster . 17930 7689 386 39


Lawrence 4026 2153 714 14


Lebanon . 4623 2736 327 13


Lehigh 8381 10304 177 67



ELECTION RETURNS. 335


Pennjpacker. Pat Vn.Swall'w. Adam

Luzerne 13178 16816 847 6W


i.SlTt'n.MoKinlej. Bryin. Woolley.Millonej. Debs. McKinlj. Bryan
4556.. 21793 16470 936 114 392. 22599 16867
[ 798.. 7750 7427 897 15 211. 8045 7128
i 37.. 6390 3427 500 13 28. 5046 2777
f 153.. 6950 4916 473 46 37. 7262 5500
! 2594 1842 149 3 3 2662 2022


Ly coming 5862 7451 623 4*


McKean... . 3<J08 3586 624 2<


Mercer... 5374 4926 552 &


MitHiu ... 11*43 1991 131 '


Monroe H71 3071 108 ;


! 3.. 1264 3054 191 1 3. 1481 2811
401.. 17051 11208 395 35 146. 17329 9!)85
! 2.. 1293 1875 69 1 1. 1381 1694
106.. 9849 11412 495 17 38. 9762 10032
2002.. 8366 7989 502 41 46. 8620 7159
3400 2440 78 2 2. 3526 2423
1781.. 173657 58179 1419 290 1297. 17646H 63323
9.. 694 12;* 26 72. 775 1080
192.. 3224 2147 295 7 46. 3255 1958
2794.. 15327 14496 280 78 28. 16985 14552
2517 1319 38 1 1. 2564 1286


Montgomery 121)88 13SOO 266 *


Montour 1)43 2078 68 I


Northampton 6527 9439 38!) 255


Northumberland .. . 6043 7295 368 29t


Perry 2757 2461 61
Philadelphia.... ... 170686 70626 1039 457


Pike 389 862 20 I


Potter 2942 2172 447 t


Schuylkill 10769 15107 433 15S


Border . 1795 1245 14 :


Somerset... . 4701 2025 :M'.I 1


45.. 6677 2151 248 9 24. 5861 2234
9.. 1266 1376 138 11. 1206 1247
77.. 5019 3527 510 5 2. 5275 3292
33.. 7458 2638 373 6 19. 7892 2111
2810 1359 97 . 2573 1105


Sullivan 1098 1350 80 't


Susauehanna. . . 37H2 3590 381 1"


Tiara . 4724 2635 307 2


Union . 2159 1551 42 2


Venango... .... 4163 3564 1374 2C


88.. 5931 4014 1284 91. 5110 4192
43.. 5609 2500 472 20 28. 4846 3048
84.. 10408 6380 639 21 65. 10764 7128
23.. 3229 2647 435 2 2H. 3708 2408
188 : 16014 11010 725 194 151. 14899 10529
2.. 2247 1875 142 4 3. 2370 1885
288.. 12327 13732 428 12 125. 12223. 12911


Warren 3545 2304 588 If


Washington . 8499 591)4 475 5"


Wavne . 2360 2978 S43 i


Westmoreland . .. 11057 10040 613 1ft


Wyoming... 1892 2046 91 i


fork 10368 12894 426 IS


Total 592867 436457 23327 515:


21910. .712665 424232 27908 2936 4831. .726998 422054
. .284433 . .304944
2.00.. 60.74 36.15 2.38 .25 .41.. 60.87 35.34
1173210 .. 1194255
1 638 votes,
votes on the Citizens' ticket, making his total
9 votes on the Anti-Machine ticket and 4,971 on
3450.977. Pennypacker's plurality, 142,340; scat-

eceived 423,498 votes: Coray, Dem., 291,955; Por-
ins, Peo., 530; Harris, Public Opinion, 11,542;


Plurality .. 156410


Percent 54.17 37.98 2.13 .47
Total vote 1094714


In 1900, for president, Barker, Peo., receivec
In 1902 Pennypacker, Kep., also received 45t
vote 593,317. R. E. Pattison, Dem., received 9,54
the Ballot Reform ticket, making his total vofc
tering vote, 26.
In 1901 Harris, Rep., for state treasurer, r
ter, Pro., 18,044; McConnell, S. L., 2,584; Walk
Barnes, Public Ownership, 2,674.

FOB REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.

1. Philadelphia county (part).
Henry H Bingham Rep 32,068


Edwin S. Williams, Pro 641


Charles E. Lamb, Soc 695




William Connell Bal Ref 84


2. Philadelphia county (part).
Robert Adams, Jr., Rep 35,231


11. Luzerne county.
Henry W. Palmer, Rep 16257


Henry W. Palmer, Pro 530
T. R. Martin, Dem A 14,041


Robert Adams,' Jr., Un 42


3. Philadelphia county (part).


C. F. Quinn, Soc 3911




12. Schuylkill county.
George R. Patterson, Rep 14 151


Edward M Marsh Pro 402




James W T . Ryan, Dem 12402


4. Philadelphia county (part).


William H. /weizig, Pro 284


James J. Launou, Soc 1928


Robert H Foerderer Un 38


13. Berks and Lehigh counties.
William H. Sowden, Rep 19,772




5. Philadelphia county (imrt).


Marcus C. L. Kline, Dem 24771


Alfred Brown, Soc 1233


Edward de V Morrell Un, 33


14. Bradford, Susquehanna, Wayne and
Wyoming counties.


Raymond A. Smith. Pro 292


6. Philadelphia county (part).


Jaines West. Dem 10,727


George D. McOeary,' Bal. Ref 1J546


15. Tioga, Potter, Lycoming and Clinton
counties.


Lewis L. Eavenson, Pro 501


7. Chester and Delaware counties.
Thomas Butler, Rep 20,062
Franb B. Rhodes, Dem 9,751


James Mansell, Dem isiess
James Mansell, Pro 1287


Joseph H. Paschall, Pro 666
William H. Keevan, Soc 213
8. Bucks and Montgomery counties.
Irving P. Wnnger, Rep 22,689
Charles E. Ingersoll, Dem 20,080


Charles A. Reese, Soc 891
16. Northumberland, Montour, Columbia
and Sullivan counties.
Charles H. Dickerman, Dem 14,019


Oliver H. Holcomb, Pro 392
William Jacques, Soc 440
10. Lackawanna county.
Henry W. Palmer, Rep 13,055


Henry C. Harman, Pro 705
17. Old district to fill vacancy.
Wiiliam K. Lord. Rep I 9 143











CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



17. Perry. Juniata. Mifflin Huntington.

Fulton. Franklin, Snyder and Union conn-

- - -

Thad. il. Manon. Rep ................ 21.197

Harry I. Huber. Dem ................. 14,740

IS. Dauphin. Cumberland and



-.
Martin E. Obnsted. Rep .............. 23,133

Benjamin L> Forster. Dem ........... 13,715

J. 31. Ellenberger. Pro ................ L253

19. Blair. Cambria and Bedford counties.
Alfin Erans. Rep ..................... 20.814

Robert E. CreswelL Dem ....... . ..... 15,6*>

Joseph E. Throop, Un ................. 12S

20. Adams and Tork counties.

Daniel F. Lafean, Rep ............... 15^53

William MeClean, Dem ............. '..14,962

John Tome. Soe ................ ~ ..... 311

21. Cameron. Center, Clearneld and Me-
Kean counties.

Solomon R. Dresser, Rep ............. 16,722

Detos K. Hibner. Dem ................ 13.243

Benjamin X. McCoy, Pro ............. 1.295

22. Westmoreland and Bntler counties-
George F. Huff, Rep .................. 18,827

Charles M. Heineman. Dem .......... 13,014

James S. Woodburn, Pro ............. 778

23. Fayette, Greene and Somerset coun-
ties.

Allen F. Cooper. Rep ................. 15.546

O. W. Kennedy, Dem ................ 13.791

H. L. Robinson. Pro .................. 1,096

24. Bearer, Lawrence and Washington
counties.

Ernest F. Acneson. Rep .............. 15.147

Charles R. Eekert. Dem .............. 9,974

John A. Bailey, Pro ................... 1,385

George Fretbey. Soe .................. 898

J. H. Cunningham. Cit ............... 142

25. Brie and Crawford counties.

Arthur Lv Bates. Rep ................. 15,538

Albert B. Osborne, Dem ......... _____ 11.311

Edwin T. Mason. Pro ................ 985

L. M. Cunningham. S. L .............. 2W

Fare B_ Ocamb. Soe .................. 1H

28. Cartfcn. Monroe, Pike and Northampton



A. E. Dreibelbies, Pro

James Hughes, Soe 1,6.1

27. Armstrong, Indiana. Clarion and Jet
.ferson counties.

William O. Smith, Rep 16.018

Alfred W. Smiley, Dem 10.S18

William Haupt, Pro l,87

28. Mercer, Warren, Forest, Yenango and
Elk counties.

Joseph C. Sibley. Rep 17.C1S

James W. Watson. Dem 12,889

Richard A. Buna, Pro 3,042

Henry Roth, Soe 1

29. Allegheny county (part).

William H. Graham. Rep 14,535

George Shins third, Dem. and Cit.. 14,553

E. L. Eaton. Pro 237

William E. Hunt. S. L.

30. Allegheny county (pan).

John DalzelL Rep 19.MS

George B. Garber, Pro 518

Hamlet Jackson. S. L

ST. Allegheny county (part).

James P. Burke. Rep 14.532

H. K. Porter. Dem and Cft 18^41

John F. Conley, S. L 96

32. Allegheny county (part).

A. J. Barchfield, Rep 13,4n

James W. Brown. Dem. and Cit 14.517

Robert H. Hood. Pro 2S3

D. E. Gilchrist, a L 329

U6ISLATFKK.

Senate. House. J.B.

Republicans 40 159 199

Democrats 10 45 55



Fred Xesbitt. Rep 11,599 |

Joseph H. Shun. Dem 15.765



STATE OFFICERS.

GoTernor WilMam A. Stone. Rep.
Laeutenant-GoTemor J. -P. S. Gobin. Rep.
Secretary William W. Griest. Kep.
Treasurer Frank G. Harris, Bep.
Auditor E. B. Hardenbergh. Rep.
Adjutant-General Thomas J. Stewart, Bep.
Attorney-General John P. Elkin. Rep.
Snp't Public Instruction N. C. Schaeffef. D.
Insurance Commissioner I. W. Durham, K.
Secretary of Agriculture John Hamilton.
Secretary of Internal Affairs James W.
Latta.



PORTO RICO.



DISTRICTS.




DISTRICTS.



-a- Juan .



.

Plurality...
Percent..-..
Total rote..



M



5-:-'T li-

texts

99.H .29

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Ponce.

Hederieo Degetau. Rep, was re-elected resident commissioner in Washington in 19C.
Tbe legislature stands Republicans 25. Federate TO.

RHODE ISLAND.

Coryras. . GOTRXOB 19E . GOVXRXOR 1901 . PBZSIDKXT 1900

IS) Dem. BjgjL Pro. 8.1*. Rep. Dem._Pro. 8. L. Rep. Dem. Pro. S. L.

""W^^SB *M "iSS C "7o7 n ' tl 7V" ***. *^S * 3 ^727 r " ll eB Ifcl1 3



Bristol
Kent.
Newport
Pnmdence

'.'^- - - - -

Total...
Plural it T..
Percent
Total rote




9R 1163.. 17B50 14735
30.. 2171 96



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m
tm



tL



325T9 2*5U D889 1283.. 25575 19038 1915



53-98 41.04 2.S3 2.15..
59793



S3.65 39.91 4.09

on



2.35."



2613
3283



IVX 142

17.-6 Ml

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59.72 35.02 3.55

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In 1836 MeKinley. Rep-, for president, received 3R.W rotes; Bryan. Dem.. 14.459; Lerering.
Pro- 1.1*0: Palmer. G. D.. LMCL awUCatchetl. S. L.. 558.



ELECTION'


BETUBXS. : 7


FOR REPRESKXTATIVE3 IX CONGRESS. IMS.

LMelville Ball, Rep 14,535


LSGISLATTRZ.

Senate. House. J. B.


Daniel L. D. Granger, Dem 15,198


Democrats 11 35


James P Ried, Soc...'. 894


STATE OFFICn*.

Gorernor Lucius F. C. Garrin. Dem.
L*ent - GoTernor A. Arcnambault. Dem.
Secretary of State Cnas. P. Bennett. Rep.
Treasurer Walter A. Read. Rep.
Attorney-General Chas., A. Stearns Rep.

&.EOLEKA.

OK GOT. ^.PBESIDEXT is- GOT-J89I-
em. Dem. Rep. Dem. G. D. Dem. LDem.

Irrm. 1*^ nMShy. trnm. ntmm t*mf. PWK.

iau.. as.- sa 2K3 i. 1491 s*

14701. m. 137 1819 11. 180B 3C
tBGS.. 80. 366 3KB ll! MB 342
7% 4M9


BL G. W. Wesley. Pro 388


2.Adin B. Capron. Rep U.C80


Henry B. Dexter. Pro MS


p. p. Owen, Dem 12,657


SOUTH C

CorsTTxs. ^PMS.H
<> Jjeg^


Aiken 53


Anderson 88




Barnwell 57


1356.. 808. 239 2386 I 1618 6K
, - 4.;. 414 28B 8ffl 437


Beaufort. .... 386


Berkeley IB


4T2.. 4B6. 143 513 9! 885 201
1729.. 1142. MB 169 549. 593 1365
1034 M^
SXl! SX. 7S 1254 M." 932 493
1314.. 810. J30 lo ! MK 301
1130.. W5. 207 1450 . 1103 209
889.. SOB. 343 MIS 6. 126 2
[SO.. 544. 2H MB 2L. 9S3 676
770.. 411.


Charleston. : 212


Cherokee 59


Chester 20


Chesterfield. 56


Clarendon. 83


Colleton 121


Darlington. 83




Edgefield . 17


919.. 627. 216 1532 7! MB 437
670.. 3^. 54 1078 . 778 403


i Fairneld 1"


Florence "4


B90.. 592. 13* 1530 36, WO 573
446.. 456. 734 459 36. 27
C77.. 677. 288 2718 35. ISO! M7
1484.. 774. .




(Greenville - ft






9X.. 578. 25 MR . 677 212
39.. 897. 196 1372 I 768 JOB)
Jlft: 4BB. 139 m X. 846 3D*
1300.. 941. 177 15o7 -. HT5 419
IJ40-. 919. Ill 190 . 1319 169










Lee




1302.. 718. 197 1672 I 1230 5?B
1295.. 1144. 313 1936 111 448 331
714.. 564. 237 1232 3l 788 MB
1368.. TOO. 64 138 9. UH m
873.. 528. 199 BBS . 135 490


Marion 119


Marlboro. 3>


Newberry 40


Oconee *




teS.. 1389. 282 2129 - .' 238 4M 1


Pickens 80


933.. 374. 170 1261 . 718 174
44a.. 332. 468 985 29. 58! MW
OB.. 6. 60 1241 . -,


Richland. S


Salnda.




67.. 1475. 247 43M . MBS 1119:
1199.. 407. 336 1550 24. 860 476
182.. 590. 158 1379 X. 1418 517
1296.. 900. 335 1570 4. 61 26
J98.. 94. 152 2010 4. E73 336




Union 91




York. *




Total 3S79 (


183.. 28159. 9281 58198 838.. 39607 17278
'"* 49517 iii
>.9S.. 10B. 13.47 Si.33 IJO.'I 69^7 30.43
.. 28159. >.- .. 56785
ro republican factions combined. Tbe regular


Plurality 4-




Total vote 50813


The McKlnley vote includes that of the ti
republican vote was 4.2K and t h< 'eoreanixed r
D. C. Heyward. Dem., was elected governo
' seven democratic candidates for congress, wta
or no opposition.

! FOB REPRKSBXTATTTES IT COXGRKSS. 15*2.

1 I. Parts of tbe counties of Berkeley.
Charleston, Colleton, Orangebnrg and all of
Lexington.

George 8. Legare, Dem.
2. Counties of Aiken. Barnwell. Edgefield,
Hampton and pan of Colletca.
George W. Croft, Dem.
3. Counties of Abbeville, Anderson. New-
berrv, Oconee and Pickens.
Wratt Aiken, Dem.
4. Counties of Fairfield. Greenville. Lan-
rcns and parts of Richland. Spartanburg
and Union.


epnblican vote wasaJOBB.
r in 19B without organised opposition. Tbe
oae names follow, were also elected with little

J. T. Johnson. Dem.
5. Counties of Chester. Chesterfield. Ker-
shaw. Lancaster, York and parts of Lniod
and Spartanbarg.
D. E. Tinley, Dem.
. Counties of Clarendon, Darlington. Hor-
ry. Marlboro. Marion, Florence and part
of Williamsbnrg.
R. B. Searbocongh. Dem.

7. Parts of counties of RichUnd. Colleton,
Oranpebure. Williamsborg and Cbarleston.
A. F. Lever, Dem.

Tbe legislature is democratic.



338 CHICAGO


DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAK BOOK FOR 1903.


STATE OI'FICE'RS.

(All democrats.)

Governor D. C. Heyward.
Lleutenant-Governor Col. Sloan.
Secretary of State M. K. Cooper.

SOUTH
COUNTIES. / GOVERNOR 1


Attorney-General G. D. Bellinger.
Treasurer H. H. Jennings.
Comptroller-General A. Jooes.
Superintendent of Education J. J. Mc-
Mahan.
Adjutant and Inspector General J. Frost.

DAKOTA.
302 v PRESIDENT 1900 . Gov. 1898 >


(79)
Aurora


Rep.

Herreid

516


Dem. Pro. Soc. Rep. Dem.

Martin Curtis CrawfordMcKinleyBrvar

462 4 3.. 503 486


Pro. Peo

WoollejBarV

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Phillips Lee Lewis
358 500 17


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1274


626


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1220


915


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982


844


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1242


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1539


322


145


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1084


172


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954


130(5


72


Brown


1698


493


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224..


2197


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1662


1649


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665


658


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13..


644


716


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407


355


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492


420


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290


206


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Campbell


555


128


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1..


626


250


6


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564


310


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Charles Mix


1250


991


17


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1058


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647


783


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946


274


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996


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638


825


51


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1263


418


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71.


13H7


1037


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1126


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941


798


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1225


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328


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438


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366


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542


447


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558


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463


880


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521


421


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420


347


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Faulk


519


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15.


618


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471


327


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841


306


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716


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610


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471

755


292
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328


259


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189


116


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657


394


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592


594


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488


564


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540


529


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552


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468


105


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537


272


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1095


171


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628


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343


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354


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426


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1770


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ELECTION RETURNS.



339



Herrei.l Martin Curtis Crawfor,lMcKii)le.THrjanW,>,,llcjI)arkerr>ebs Phillips Lee Lewi

Union.. 13(55 825 35 29.. 15T1 1358 23 9 3.. 882 1424 2



101



8 14.. 478



4 1.. 367



329



Walworth 429

Washabaugh

Wash! ngton

Yankton 1470

/iebach .. ..

Unorganized counties .. .. 243 241



22 14.. 1639 1268 24 62.. 1146 1147



Total 48196 21390 2245 2ffiU. .5453<)3;i544 1542 339 176. . 36949 37319 89

Plurality 26800 ..1498B 370

Percent 64.73 28.73 3.02 3.52. .56.72 41.14 1.60 .04 .18.. 49.75 50.25 l.OC

Total vote 74457 .. 96131 .. 74959

For president in 1896 McKinley, Rep., received 41,042 votes; Bryan, Dem., 4L225; Levering
Pro., 683.

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1902.



Charles II. Burke. Kep.* 48,310

Klwn W. iMartin, Rep.* 48,454

John R. Wilson, Dem 21,113

F. C. Robinson, Dem 20,814

J. W. Kelley, Pro 2,317

W. W. Smith, Pro 2,251

Freeman Knowles, Soc 2,738

Walter irice, Soc 2,578

*Elected.

STATE OFFICERS.

(All republicans.)
Governor C. N. Herreld.
Lleutenant-Governor G. W. Snow.



Secretary O. C. Berg.
Auditor J. F. Halladay.
Treasurer O. B. Collins.
Attorney-General John ii. Pyle.
Sup't of Instruction G. W. Nash.
Land Commissioner C. J. Bach.
Railroad Commissioner D. H. Smith.

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B

Republicans 42 76 11!

Democrats 3 10 13

NOTE One assembly district doubtful
contest.



TENNESSEE.

, Gov. 1902 > , PRESIDENT 1900 .

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

Fraiier.Campbcll.Cheves.McKinrj.Bryan.Wooiry.BMker.Debs.

Anderson 445 914 6.. 1997 732 10



COFNT1ES.

(96)



. GOV. 1898 ,



Bedford ............................ 1773 808 9..

Benton .............................. 892 512 31..

Bledsoe ............................ 373 348 ..

Blount .............................. 610 1361 15..

Bradley ............................ 453 448 23..

Campbell ........................... 369 1424 1..

Cannon ............ '. ................ 863 293 ..

Carroll ....................... . ...... 1211 1654 39..

Carter .............................. 4591535 79..



Cheatham .......................... 790

Chester ............................ 648

Claiborne .................. ^ ....... 769

Clay ................................. 622



187
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Crockett .". 688

Cumberland 241

Davidson 4535

Decatur 615

DeKalb 950

Dickson 1127

Dyer 819 113

Fayette 1062

Fentress 216

Franklin 1800

Gibson, 1328

Giles 2015

Grainger 599 1142

Greene 2631 1994 17..

Grundy 447 108 ..

Hamblen 828 881 7..

Hamilton 3092 11110 94..

Hancock 301 736 ..

Harrteman 1248 478 2..

Hardin 767 1107 9..

Hawkins 1400 1303 21..

Haywood 662 37 2..

Henderson 879 1443 14..

Henry 1709 483 42..

Hickman 780 'JOB 10..

Houston 430 15 15..

Humphreys.. 894 219 31..

Jackson... 1066 497 -..

.lames 191 264 -..

Jefferson 647 1060 1..

Johnson ; 244 986 7..

Knox 4229 2415 63..

Lake 170 6 ..



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