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William Jayne, M. D Springfield.

John Gibbons Chicago.

Ensley Moore Jacksonville.

A. S. Wright Woodstock.

J. A. Glenn, M. D Ashland.

SecretaryI. Mack Tanner, Springfield (sal-
ary 8a,OUU).

State Game Commissioner.

A. J. Lovejoy Roscoe.

State Board of Equalization.
Elected JJov. 0, WOO. Term of office 4our years.

Diet.

1. Geo. F. McKntght, R.. Chicago.

2. C. C. Schumacher, D... Chicago.

3. Peter J. Sehaefer, D.. .Chicago.

4. Thomas F. Scully, U. . .Chicago.

5. Williams Kells, D Chicago.

6. Jacob Hopkins, D Chicago.

7. James J. McComb, R.. Chicago.

8. Theodore S. Rogers, R.IJowner's Grove.

9. Charles A. Works, R.. . Koekford.

10. Moses Dillon, R Sterling.

11. Samuel M. Barnes, R..Fairbury.

12. Frank I*. Martin, R Walseka.

13. Solon I'hilbrick, R Champaign.

14. W. O. Cadwallader, R... London Mills.

15. J. S. Cruttenden, B....Qulncy.

16. L. I), mnbbeimer, D..Pltt8ftelo.

17. Gaines Greene, D Petersburg.

18. John W.Yaiitis, I) Shelbyville.

19. Richard Cadle, D Chariest. in.

M. Allen C. Tanner Mount Vurnon.

21. .lames T. Tartt Waterloo.

fi. William A. Wall, R... .Mound City.



Commission of Claims.

(NO Compensation.) Term expires.

Douglas W. Helm Metropolis 1905

L. M. Dearborn Chicago 1905

II. D. L,. Griggsby Pittsfleld 1905

Illinois State Dairymen's Association.
Incorporated March 5, 1883.

President Joseph Newman. Elgin.

Vice-Pres. and Treas.J. R. Biddulph, Provi-
dence.

Secretary George Caven, Chicago.

linanl , of Directors G. H. Gurler, DeKalb; F.
A. Carr, Aurora; John Stewart, Elburn;
Irving Nowlan, Toulon; R. R. Murphy,
Garden Plain; Joseph Newman, Elgin; J. R.
Biddulph, Providence.

Dental Examiners,
(Salary $5 a day.)

T. W. Pritchett, Pees Whitehall 1904

J. G. Reid, Sec Chicago 1902

G. H. Damron .Arcola 19U3

Clark R. Rowley Chicago 1903

D. M. Gallic Chicago 1905

Office 1006, 126 State street, Chicago.

Factory Inspectors.
Office New Era building. Chicago, salary.

Louis Arrington Alton $1,500

Edgar T. Davis Chicago 1,000

DEPUTY INSPECTORS.

Mrs. Sarah Crowley Chicago 750

Mrs. Mary Corrigan Chicago 750

Adele M. Whitgreave Chicago 750

William Ehu Galusburg 750

George Cochrane Chicago 750

Mrs. EmilyS. Alexander. Chicago 750

Jacob Roedsheimer ; . .Jacksonville. . . 750

Mrs. H. F. Green Chicago 750

C. P. Yates Jacksonville... 750

Samuel Reiger Chicago 750

Myron McOuigg Pana 750

George B. Metcalf Greenfield 750

William T. Fossett Illiopolis 750

Fish Commissioners.
Headquarters at Havana. Term expires
Nathan H. Cohen, Prey... Urbana ..July 1,1904

S. P. Bartlett, Sec Quincy....July 1,1903

Aug. Lenke : Chicago.... July 1, 1903

Inspectors of Grain.

Joseph E. Bid will Chicago.

Thomas Stevenson Joliet.

F. E. Lewis Savanna.

W. P. Dixon Kankakee.

J. M. Garland Decatur.

J. S. McCloud Sheldon.

Charlea Davis Bast St. Louis.

Board of Health.
Office at Springfield.

G.W.Webster. M.D., Pres. Chicago 1906

Jas. A. Egan, M. D., Sec.... Springfield 11)07

J. C. Sulli van,M.D.,2Veas. .Cairo 1905

Henry Richings, M. D Rockford 11)08

C. B. Johnson, M. D ...Champaign I1HU

W. Harrison Hipp, M. D.. Chicago IHOo

Wm. O. Forbes, M. D Chicago 1UU;

Board of Commissioners of Labor.
(Salary $5 per day for 30 days.)

G.L. Pittenger Centralia 1903

R. Smith Flora 1903

Wi lliam R. Boyer Galesburg l'.H

Edgar F. Willis Decatur 1903

M. 11. Madden Chicago 1903

iSecreturj/-David Ross, Springfield.
Live-Stock Commissioners.
(Salary $5 a day and expenses.)

William P. Smith, P/rx. . ..Monticello 1903

A. \V. Sale .... .. Snringfl



Id.



Willi.-iTii Thlemann Arlington Hgts..l90J

Srrrrtiiril -Charles E. Miller. Springfield.

Stair \'ili'i-iiniri<iii -C. I'. Lovejoy. Princeton.



368



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 11MJ3.



Board of Mine Examiners.
(Salary 13 per day and expenses while in

service.)
Richard Newsam, Pres. . .Peoria.

William Atkinson Murphysboro.

Lee Kinkaid Athens.

Daniel Reece Danville.

Hugh Murray. AT. E Nashville.

Secretary Eben Howells, Springfield.
State Veterinarian.

C. P. Lovejoy Princeton.

Inspectors of Mines.
Dint. (Salary $1.SOO per annum.)

1. Hector McAllister Streator.

2. Thomas Hudson Galva.

3. James Taylor Peoria.

4. Thomas Weeks Bloomington.

5. Walton Rutledge Alton.

6. John Dunlop Centralia.

7. Evan D. John Carbondale.

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners.
Office at Springfield. (Salary $3,500 a year.)

J. S. Neville Bloomington . . . .1903

Isaac L. Bllwood DeKalb 1903

A. L. French ... Chapin 1903

Secretary Wm. Kilpatrick, Springfield.



wpires.
...1902
...11)04
...lldfi
...19(12
...1904



Board of Pharmacy. Term

Wm. C. Simpson. Pres Vienna

W. Bodeman Chicago , . .

W. A. Dyche E vanston

G. H. Sohrbeck Moline

Bernard Schwartz Salem

Secretary Luman T. Hoy, Springfield.

Commissioners Illinois State Penitentiary.
Prison located at Joliet. (Salary $1,500 a year.)

(J. T. Buckingham Danville 1903

James P. Whedon Chicago 1905

Benjamin Brown Springfield 1907

Warden E. J. Murphy.

Commissioners Southern Illinois Penitentiary.
Prison located at Chester. (Salary $1,500 a year.)

JohnH. Duncan Marion 1906

James E. McClure Carlinville 1902

Thomas J Clark Quincy 1904

Warden J. Mack Tanner.

These commissioners also have charge of
the Asylum for Insane Criminals at Chester.
Board of Pardons.

AnJrew Russell Jacksonville 1902

M. T. Layman Jacksonville I'M

Ethan Allen Snively Springfield 1903

Clerk D. B. Breed, Springfield.



MEMBERS OF THE 43D GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ILLINOIS (1903-1904).

SENATE (By Districts).
Republicans, 35. Democrats, 16.



Dist. Name.

1. G. W. Dixon. .

2. W. V. Riley...

3. M. E. Maher . .

4. M. J. Butler..



Postofflce.
.Chicago
.Chicago
.Chicago
.Chicago



5. f. W. Parker Chicago



County.
...Cook.
...Cook.
...Cook.
...Cook.
...Cook.



6. T. J. Da wson... Chicago Cook.

7. John Huinpkrey.OrltunA Cook.

8. DuFau .A.FtiJJer.Belvidere Boone.

9. E. J. Rainey Chicago Cook.

10. Henry Andrus. . Rocktord Winnebago.

11. Carl Lundberg. .Chicago Cook.

12 J" C McKftisie.. Elizabeth Jo Dftviess.

13. AlbertC. Clark. . Chicago Cook.

14. H. H.Evans Aurora Kane.

15. C. R. Jandus .... Chicago Cook.

16. Robert Fort Lacon Marshall.

17. John Powers Chicago Cook.

18. J. D.PwtMim...Elmwood Peoria.

. 19. F. O. Farnum. . .Chicago Cook.

20 Len Small Kankakee Kankakee.

21. D. A. Campbell. Chicago Cook.

22 M. B. Bailey . . . .Dan ville Vermilion.

23. Niels Juul Chicago Cook.

24. H. M. Dunlap... Savoy Champaign.

25. J. A. Haas . Cb icago ...... Cook.



Dist. Name. Postofflce. County.

27. Stanl'y H.KunzChicago Cook.

28. L. B. Stringer. ..Lincoln Logan.

29. Harry G. Hall . .Chicago Cook.

30. 17. J. Albertsen..Pekin Tazewell.

31. Carl Mueller. . . .Chicago Cook.

32. O.F. Berry Carthage Hancock.

33. L. S. McCabe Rock Island.. Rock Island.

34. S. C. Pembert on. Oakland Coles.

35. Chas. H. Hughes.Dixon Lee.

36. Thos. Meehan... Bluffs Scott.

37. 3. W.Templeton.. Princeton Bureau.

38. J. K. P. Farrelly .Daurn Greene.

39. C. P.Gardner Mendota LaSulle.

40. C. F. Coleman ..Vandalia Fayette.

41. R.J. Barr Joliet Will.

42. B. L. Hussman..Efflngliam....Efflut;ham.

43. L. A. Townsend.Galesburg Km>.\.

44. Roy Allen PinckneyvillePerry.

45. Thos. Rees Springfield... Sangamon.

46. Jas. H. Watson. Woodlawn. . .Jefferson.

47. L. E. Walter Alton Madison.

48. H. R. Fowler... Elizabetht'n..EffliiK!iam.

49. S. Hamilton Marlssa St. Clair.

50. O. H. Burnett... Marion Williamson..

51. D. W. Helm Metropolis . . .Massac.



2t>! G'.W.StubblefleldBloommgton. McLean.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (By Districts).



Republicans, 88. Democrats. 62.
Dist. Name. Postofflce. County.
I.Jacob Boll Chicago Cook.

E. H. Morris Chicago Cook.

S W. Arrand... Chicago Cook.

2. Chas. W.Kopf... Chicago Cook.

B. F.Greenebu'mChicago Cook.

F. E. Donoghue.Chicago Cook.

3. S. S. Jonas Chicago Cook.

F. L. Davies Chicago Cook.

R. E. Corigan... Chicago Cook.

4. F. E.Christia n. .Chicago Cook.

Isaac Miller Chicago Cook.

E.M.Cummmgs. Chicago Cook.

5. Anron Nnrden... Chicago Cook.

O.W.Stewart(?)Cbicago Cook.

M. E. Hunt Chicago Cook.

6. Harry Oldham.. Chicago Cook.

M. L. McKinley. Chicago Cook.

E. J. Brumtafle. Chicago Cook.

7. Geo. Struckmun . Bartlett Cook.



Prohibition, 1. Public Ownership, 2.
Dist. Name. Postofflce. County.

J. W. Turner.: . .LaGrange Cook.

J. W. Far)ey LaG range Cook.

8. B. D. Shurtlfff. .Marengo McHenry.

George R. Luo..Waukegan....Lake.
Wm. Desmond.. Hartland Lake.

9. D.E.Shanahan.. Chicago Cook.

A. J. Cermak Chicago Cook.

Thos. J. Deady ..Chicago Cook.

10. Fred Haines Rockiord Winnebago.

J. Lawrence Eagle Point. .Ogle.

.1 . P. Wilson Woosung Ogle.

11. C. IV. Church. ...Chi cago Cook.

JV. J. Nagel Chicago Cook.

J. E. Doyle Chicago Cook.

12. J". B. Tiiggart ...Ridott Stephcnson.

\V. \V. GUlcspif.Mt. Carroll. ..Carroll.

D. Pattison Freeport Stephenson.

13. />'. F. Klecman. .Chicago Cook.

J. II. Il'i'Mi (Niiii.rhirago Cook.



VOTE ON ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.



369



iiorsK.-

Dist. Name. Pnxtoffice. County.
II. V. Meeteren. Chicago Cook.

14. O.T. Cherrii OswegO Kendall.

<'. //. Biii-liits Hampshire... Kane.

C. W. Bailey ...Geneva Kane.

15. J. P. Cavanagh..Chloito Cook.

Peter Knolla... .Chicago Cook.

L. .1 . Fligl Chicago Cook.

16. Ira 3f. !./ Saunemin Livingston.

,/ii.vin/i Ki-rrieh- ...Minonk Woodford.

John I*. Moran..Fairbury Livingston.

17. E. J. Siiifjluil Chicago Cook.

John Noonan. ..Chicago Cook.

C.S.Darr'w(P.O)Chicago Cook.

18. IF.G.-i/o /?"!' rfs.Peoria Peoria.

C. F. Black Mapleton Peoria.

J. R. Boul ware.. Peoria Peoria.

19. A. W. Xohe Chicago Cook.

W. W. Weare.... Chicago Cook.

R. K. Burke Chicago Cook.

20. E. C. Curtis Grant Park . .Kankakee.

U. Russell Milford Iroquois.

^ W.W.Parish. Jr.Momeuce ..Kankakee.

21. J. J. McMana-

man (P. O.).... Chicago Cook.

F. B. Erickson. .Chicago ...... Cook.

B. M.Mitchell.. Chicago Cook.

22. Charles. 4. -.4/h'ii.Hooposton... Vermilion.

G. H. Gordon Paris Edgar.

C. V. McClena-

than Danville Vermilion.

23. H. W. Austin... O-Ak Park Cook.

Abel T>ai-is Chicago Cook.

J. S. Clark Chicago Cook.

24. J. v. Rodman... Delano Piatt.

.T.H. Ui>i>endahl..Va,lton City . .Moultrie.
K. Stevenson.... Mon ticello.... Piatt

25. Robt.Pendarvis. Chicago Cook.

H. H. BreMt Chicago Cook.

F. Landmesser.. Chicago Cook.

26. W. M.CHven LeRoy McLean.

J. A. MnnMius.. Piper City ...Ford.

J. F. Heffernan. Blooniington.McLean.

27. Albert Glade Chicago Cook

D.V.McDonoughChicago Cook.

J. S. Gesh ke vich Chicago Cook.

28. Carl Swigart.... Weldon DeWitt.

A. J. Gallagher. . Decatur Macon.

J. M. Gray Decatur Macon.

29. S. E. Erlckson.. Chicago Cook.

B.F.Clettenberg.. Chicago Cook.

M. B. McNulty.. Chicago Cook.

30. H.J. Tice Green view ...Menard.

J, A. Petrie Greenview... Menard.

H. 1 1. Elliott Kilbourne .. . .Mason.

31. J. M. Patterson. Chicago Cook.

//. C. Beitler . . . .Chicago Cook.

J.C. Werdell.... Chicago Cook.



.. ....

32. L. Y. Sherman.. Macumb McDonough.

E. C. Hardin. . . .Monniouth. . . Warren.



CONTINUED.

;>i.-f. Xame. Postoffice. County. .

Wm. McKinley.Monmouth...Warrun.

33. L. Jf. Maoill Moline Rock Island.

C.A. Sain uelson. Sherrard Mci'-cr.

G. A. Cooke Aledo Mercer.

34. I), li. Miller Casey Clark.

Carl Burgett . . . .Newman Douglas.

J. T. Hinds Newman Douglas. -

35. J. B. Castle Sandwich DeKalb.

C 1 . A. \rttherbrf. .Sterling Whiteside.

C. C.Johnson. ..Sterling Whiteside.

Jacob Groves. . .Camp Point. .Adams.

I. D. Webster. . Pleasant HillPike.

37. N. W. Ttbbetts.. Kewanee Henry.

Jas. E. yiines Bradford Stark.

J. K. Blish Kewanee Henry.

38. Thns. Riiifcfr...C!vrlmville...Macoupin.
V. W. Burton... CarlinviHe...Macoupin.
Ed. A. Rice Litchrleld Montgomery.

39. W. D. IsenmuinOtter Creek. LaSalle,

E. H. Pt'ilcrsen.. Sheridan LaSallfe.

L. O. Browne. ...Ottawa LaSalle.

40. G. T. Turner Vandalia Fayette.

II. O. Minnis Edinburg Christian.
W. O. Wallace. .Shelbyville . .Shelby.

41. S. 'J. Dreiv Joliet Wil I.

Guy L. Bush Downer's Gr..DuPage.

W. A. Bowles.. .Joliet Will.

42. W. F. Btmdv.. Central] a Marion.
Chas. L. Farris..Louisville Clay.

F. Pullen Cent nil ia ....Marion.

43. W. Arnold Galesburg Knox.

B. M. ChiperfieltlCnnton.. Fulton.

John Hughes... Table Grove. Fulton.

44. N. \V.McGuire.. Sparta Randolph.

Chas. Luke Nashville Washington.

R. J. itfcEtaiin...MurphysboroJackson.

45. J.A. \Vhfeler Auburn Sangamon.

A. G. Murray Springfield. . .Sangamon,
W. S. Lurton Jacksonville. Morgan. .

46. L. E. SunrfcrfandFairfleld Wayne.

Thos. Tippit Olney Richland.

John M. Rapp.. Fail-Held Wayne.

47. C. J. Lindley. . . .Greenville . ..Bond.
W. Montijoinerii.~MoTO Madison.

C. Carillon Smithboro....Bond.

48. J. W. Leave rton. Palestine Crawford.

M. H Mundy . . .Mt. Carmel . . . Wabash.
Carl Busse Lawr'nc' ville Lawrence.

49. WE.Trautmann'K. St. Louis... St. Clair.

M. Schnipper Belleville St. Clair.

J. O. Miller Belleville ... .St. Clair.

50- J. E. N.Edwards. Anna U; Ion.

C. M. Gaunt Grand Chain. Puiaski.

W. L. Eskew Benton :. Franklin.

61. A. W. Walker. . .Golconda Pope.

J. H. Miller McLeansb'ro. Hamilton.

D.J. UnderwoodMcLeansb'ro. Hamilton.



VOTE ON ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE (1902).



(Those elected designated by *.)

FOR STATE SBNATORS-43D AND 44TH GENERAL ASSEMBLIES.
Vote. Dist.

Soc



Dist.

1. George W. Dlxon, Rep.* 8,912

William C. Asay, Dem 6,613

Edward E. Everett, Pro 179

Joseph Johnston, Soc 169

Joseph W. Davis, S. Tax 68

3. Albert J. Kettering, Rep 7,787

Michael E..Maher, 'Dem.* 8,953

Charles C. Knight, Pro 177

Joseph Trentz, Soc 313

George Hazel, S. Tax 92

5. Francis W. Parker, Rep.* 9,561

Edward T. Wade, Dem 4,318

Samuel A. Wilson, Pro 294



Vote-

Paul Pierce, Soc 305

James B. Johnston. S. Tax 58

John Humphrey, Rep.* 7,013

Western Starr, Dem 5,834

Preston M. Guild, Pro 279

Franklin H. Wentworth, Soc 1,249

P. H. Bolton, S. Tax 53

John Wieszchowski, Rep 5,396

Edward J. Rainey, Dem.* 7,478

Ernst V. Hallgren, Pro 149

O. J. Sindelar, Soc 609

John A. Swanson, S. Tax 33

Carl Lunilberg, Rep.* 8,544

Murry A. Pierson, Dem 6,279



370



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YKAR BOOK FOR 1903.



Vote.
405
640
47



Dist.

Joseph F. O'Neal, Pro

Peter Horslev, Soc

John D. Burke, S. Tax....:..

13. Albert C. Clark, Rep.* 8,966

W. R. Bowes, Dem 5,803

Robert Johns, Pro 321

T. J. Vind, Soe 2,036

John M. Bryen, S. Tax 91

15. Cyril R. Jandus, Dem.* 7,416

John L. Livingston, Pro 113

John Dietz, Soc 551

Frederick K. Haak, S. Tax 44

17. Abram J. Harris, Rep 4,325

John Powers, Dem.* 6,202

Thomas M. Chalmers, Pro .... 68

George L. Rosenberg, Soc 409

Rufus B. Rood, S. Tax 130

19. Frank C. Farnum, Rep.* 7,332

Michael J. Stanton, Dem 6,966

Hugh C. Beelrnan, Pro 204

James Limber, Soc 362

Edward E. Snyder, S. Tax 42

21. Daniel A. Campbell, Rep.* 8,714

Andrew J. O'Connell, Dem 7,223

John A. Ruth, Pro 237

John Collins, Soc 1.066

Ambrose A. Worsley, S. Tax.... 80

23. Niels Juul, Rep.* 6,800

Ross C. Hall. Dem 4,557

William B. Leach. Pro 167

William A. Arentsen, Soc 1,414

Edward Meyers, S. Tax 29

25. Joseph F. Haas, Rep.* 7,335

Frederick McCleneghan, Dem 6,371

Amos Dresser, Jr., Pro 193

Olaf K. Jorgensen, Soc 1,814

J. F. Ramp, S. Tax... 63

27. Stanley H. Kunz, Dem.* 10,881

Max F. Werbor, Pro 319

James S. Smith. Soc 538

John F. O'Connor, S. Tax 188

29. Harry G. Hall, Rep.* 6.096

George J. Thompson, Dem 6.063

William MacKenzie, Pro 149



Dint.

G. V. Wretling. Soe
F. H. Herdrick, S. Tax
31. Carl Mueller, Rep.*

Martin A. DeLany, Dem
John E. Rastall. Pro



Robert Baur, Soc

Oscar E. Hedrich, S. Tax



33. Lev! S. McCabe, Rep.* .......

O. J. Mowry, Dem ............

William L. Clark, Pro ........

William Murray, 'Soc .........

35. Charles H. Hughes. Rep.*...

Henry F. Gehant, Dem .......

Joseph H. Keagle, Pro .......

37. James W. Templeton, Rep.*.

B. H. Mosher, Dem ..........

George E. Alfred, Pro ........

39. Corbus P. Gardner, Rep.* - -

P. J. Lucey, Dem .............

George Dunlap, Pro ...........

41. Richard J. Barr, Rep.* .......

Charles L. Schwartz, Dem...

Lanson E. Ross, Pro ..........

Dan F. Higgius, Ind. Rep
43. Leon A. Townsend, Rep.* - -

John P. Anderson, Dem ......

Albert D. Metcalf, Pro .......

J. C. Tate, Soc ................

45. John R. Davis, Rep ..........

Thomas Rees, Dem.* .......

Thomas Hembrough, Pro .....

Joseph Lewis, Soc .............

James Rouett, Peo ............

47. Louis E. Walter, Rep.* ......

William R. Prickett, Dem...

Peter Andrina. Soc ............

Matt Epich, S. Lab ...........

49. Sherman Hamilton, Rep.*

Frank C. Smith, Dem ........

G. W. T. Reyuolds, Pro ......

C. M. Wyant, Peo ............

51. Douglas W. Helm, Rep.* .....

John R. Smith, Dem ..........

William G. Showers, Pro .....



Vote

. 445
69

.10,269
. 8,267
. 177
. 805
. 107
. 9,8d8
. 6,423
. 465
. 1,040
.10,424
. 2,564
. 526
. 9,563
. 4,435
. 459
. 7,919
. 7,347
. 284
. 9,801
. 4,971
. 399
. 979
.10,368
. 6,532
. 409
. 319
.12,307
.12.626
. 392
. 100
25

. 8,756

. 6,415

. 135

77

. 8,579

. 8,287

35

12

. 8.270
. 6,198
. 249



REPRESENTATIVES-43D GENERAL ASSEMBLY.



1. Jacob Boll, Rep.* 11,123

Edward H. Morris, Rep.* 10,716'/ 2

Samuel W. Arrand, Dem.* 20,091

William F. Kellett, Pro 431%

Rice Wasbraugh. Soc 516%

J. F. Shoppard, S. Tax 201

Samuel C. Selby, Ind. Rep 2,881

2. Charles Kopf, Rep.* 12,033

Benjamin F. Greenebaum, Rep.* 8,607

F. E. Donoghue, Dem.* 16,323

Louis L. Haines, Pro 552%

Lysander R. Hike, S. Tax 102%

T. F. Laramie, Ind. Rep 5,484

W. J. McDonald, Ind 901

Albert C. Berndt, Pub.

3. Slgmund S. Jonas, Rep.* 11,253

Fred L. Davies, Rep.* 11,350%

Richard E. Corigan, Dem.* 21,836

Luther C. Humphrey, Pro 368

Louis Dalaard. Soc 826%

J. B. Mathews, S. Tax 229%

Thomas C. Boyd, Ind. Rep 2,993

Arthur L. Gettys, Pub. 1,980

4. Frank E. Christian, Rep.* 12,724%

Isaac Miller, Dem.* 12,178

Edward M. Cummin.cs. Dem.*... 13, 347%

William J. Malcolm. Pro 2.200%

.losoph Benedict. Soc 1,130

Charles II. Ciliske. S. Tax 131

Michael Doran. Ind. Dom 873%



Henry Fuchs, Pub. O

Albert Swieres, Prog

5. Aaron Norden, Rep.*

Walter B. Pbister, Rep

Michael E. Hunt, Dem.*

Oliver W. Stewart, Pro.*

G. H. Shoaf, Soc

Edward Moore, S. Tax

Paul A. Hazard, Ind

6. Harry Oldham, Rop.*

Edward J. Brundage, Rep.*...

M. L. McKinley, Dem.*

Teofll Kwidzinski, Dem

George W. York, Pro

William Dathan, Soc

Andrew A. Welter, S. Tax

7. George Struckman, Rop.*

James W. Turner. Rop.*

John W. Farley. Dem.*

John Whitson, Pro

F. H. Wentworth. Soc

C. R. McGinnis. S. Tax

Frank E. Herdman, Ind. Rop.

8. Edward D. Shurtleff. Rop.*...

George R. Lyon. Rep.*

William Desmond, Dem.*

John Corlett, Pro

George A. Mawman. Poo

Arthur K. Stearns, Ind. Rop. .

9. David E. Shanahau. Rop.*...



. 2,119%
. 820
.10.631
. 9,150
.10.198%

9 925
'. '678%
. 147%
. 3,825
.12,635%
.13,812%
.13,745V>
.11,242
. 1,187%

2 425
.' '203
.11,228
.10,577%
.11,820
. 1,729V.
. 1,249
. 105
..4,022
. 9.744%
.11,135
. 6,008%
. 810%
. 3.788
. 5.756
.14.470'/.



VOTK OX ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE.



371



Dint. Vote.

Anton J. Cermack, Dem.* 10,942%

Thomas J. Deady, Dem.* 9,730%

Ralph McGregor, Pro 315

Frank Kaisi, Soc 1,613

Edward IV r Maat, S. Tax 63

George P. Lynch, Ind. Dem 3,196

Peter J. O'Keilly, Pub. 392

10. Johnson Lawrence, Rep.* 8,772%

Frederick Haiues, Rep.* 9,62S%

James P. Wilson, Dem.* 6,286

Xoruian Countryman, Pro 2,118

John A. Hallden,. Soc 2,644%

11. Chester W. Church, Rep.* 12.611%

Nicholas J. Nagel, Rep.* 12,911 %

John E. Doyle, Dem.* 14,165

John R. Cannon, Pro 989

Phil Flohr, Soc 1,469%

Lawrence Dean, S. Tax 142

Julius A. Wessel, Pub. 4,572%

12. James E. Taggart, Rep.* 12,481

W. W. Gillespie, Rep.* 12.480%

Douglas Pattison, Dem.* 18,042

Alos B. Shaner, Pro 812

13. Benton F. Kleeman, Rep.* 13.412

James H. Wilkerson, Rep.* 12,441%

Henry V. Meeteren, Dem.* 15,497

Frederick D. Peters, Pro 767

Seymour Stedman, Soc 5,780%

A. B. Conrow, S. Tax 331%

Luloff Wilson, Ind. Rep 93%

John Gohring, Ind. Dem 557%

Oscar Wolff, Ind 1,574%

14. Charles H. Backus, Rep.* 12.304%

Charles T. Cherry, Rep.* 12,388

John W. Linden, Dem.* 10,294

Charles W. Bailey, Pro 1,461%

James H. Brower, Soc 1,576%

15. James P. Cavanagh, Rep.* 11,187

Peter Knolla, Dem.* 9,399%

Ladislas J. Fligl, Dem.* 9,118%

William Harkiiess, Pro 223

R. Pusch, Soc 1,195

James F. Gillis. S. Tax

Jerry Cremin, Ind 1,343

Albert Weil, Pub. 4,707

16. Ira M. XJsb, Rep.* 12,801

Josiah Kerrick, Rep.* 12,662

John P. Moran, Dem.* 11,999

Christian Haase, Dem 10,445%

William J. Bone, Pro 1,338

17. Edward J. Smejkal, Rep.* 7.054

John Noonan. Dem.* 5,163

Thomas J. Haran, Dem 4,218

Mungo Reid, Pro 82

Morris Kaplan, Soc 648%

Irvin F. Palm, S. Tax 106%

Charles E. Brbstein, Ind. Rep... 2,026

John B. Rowe. Ind. Dem 587

David Rish, Ind 393%

Clarence S. Darrow, Pub. 14,016%

18. William G. McRoberts, Rep.*.... 12,191%

Charles F. Black. Rep.* 12,306%

Jefferson R. Btmlware, Dem.*... 10, 7X8%

George Holmes, Dem 10,:)8S%

Dan R. Sheen, Pro 345

Samuel Block, Soc 636

Charles Waller, S. L 175%

John Bush, S. L. 184

19. Augustus W. Nohe, Rep.* 11.027%

William W. Weare, Rep.* 11,645

Richard E. Burke, Dem.* 10.778

James T. Prendergast. Dem 10,3f>5%

Hugh W. Matthews, Pro 546

William H. Kellogg. Soo 905%

Frank G. Reiss, S. Tax 127

Harry W. Horder, Ind. Rep 6,633%

20. Edward C. Curtis. Rep.* 15.447

Horace Russell. Rep.* 14,846



-Disf.

W. W. Parish, Jr., Dem.*...

Willis H. Houd, Pro

James B. Dawsou, Ind. Rep..

21. William Barclay, Rep

Fred K. Erickson, Rep.*

Benjamin M. Mitchell, Dem.*

William D. Turner, Pro

Leo W. Webb, Soc

Theodore Lattau, Jr., S. Tux.

John McCarthy, Ind

John J. MeManaiiian. Pub. O.

22. Charles A. Allen, Hep.*

George H. Gordon, Rep.*

C. V. McClenathan, Dem.*....

John Goodwine, Jr., Pro

Edward E. Carr, Soc

23. Henry W. Austin, Rep.*

Abel Davis, Rep.*

George Emmicke, Dem

John S. Clark, Dem.*

Wallace E. Day, Pro

George Koop, Soc

Gotthield Thieme, S. Tax

24. Julius N. Rodman, Rep.*

John H. Uppendahl, Rep.*

Evan Stevenson, Dem.*

C. E. Percival, Pro

25. Robert E. Pendarvis. Rep.*...

Herman H. Breidt, Rep.*

Frank H. Landmesser, Dem. 4

I. W. Campbell, Dem

Wniiam B. Rose, Pro

John Peterson, Soc

Leopold Rohrer, S. Tax

26. Wesley M. Owen, Rep.*

John A. Montelius, Rep.*

John F. Heffernan, Dem.*....

Frank L. Gaston, Pro

Frank Houser, Soc

John Hickey, Ind. Dem

27. Albert Glade, Rep.*

Patrick T. Harmon, Dem

Joseph S. Geshkewich, Dem.*
Daniel V. McDonough, Dem.'

Ezra A. Cook, Pro

Marcus H. Taft, Soc

Martin Hemmy, S. Tax

Frederick Duffy. Ind. Rep

Albert F. Singer. Ind. Dem...
Bartley McGinnis, Ind

28. Carl iSwigart, Rep.*

Arthur J. Gallagher, Rep.*...

James M. Gray, Dem.*

Samuel A. Edwards, Dem

John Kissack, Pro

29. Samuel E. ETickson, Rep.*...
Bernard F. Clettenberg, Rep.*

M. B. McNulty. Dem.*

Michael J. Kelly, Dem

Jesse It. Walker, Pro

Charles Erickson, Soc

William J. Enright, S. Tax...
John W. S>ampson, Ind. Dem..

30. Homer J. Tice, Rep.*

John A. Petrle, Dem.*

Henry H. Elliott, Dem.*

John H. Everitt, Pro

31. Henry C. Beitler, Rep.*

Joseph M. Patterson, Rep.*...

John C. Werdell, Dem.*

Robert J. Renshaw, Dem

Henry C. Pogram, Pro

C. H. Lintelmann, Soc

Alfred H. Priebe. S. T

Henry M. Walker, P. O

32. Lawrence Y. Sherman, Rep.*.
Everitt C. Hardin, Rep.*



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IHst. Vote.

John A. Califf, Dem 12,205

William McKinley. Dem.* 13,420

Richard E. Fox, Pro 1,472%

33. Lawrence M. Ma^ill, Rep.* 13,825%

Charles A. Sarnuelson, Rep.* 13,720

George A. Cooke. Uein.* 14,103

M. L. O'Hara, Pro 1,401%

P. J. Carlson, Soc 4,403

34. D. B. Mill-r, Rep.* 12,919

Carl Burgett, Rep.* 12,270%

Isaac B. Craig, Dem 11,658

J. T. Hinds, Dem.* 11,739

David N. Boyce, Pro 1,162%

35. John B. Castle, Rep.* 14,556%

Charles A. Wetherbee, Rep.* 14,106%

Caleb C. Johnson, Dem.* 7,041

Fremont D. Lahinan, Pro 1,629

Frederick R. Hanlon, Lab 4,749%

36. William Schlasenhauf, Rep.*. ...27,583

Jacob Groves, Dem.* 16,807%

Irvin D. Webster, Dem.* 16,622%



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