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VIRGINIA Continued.

VIRGINIA-Continued.
GOVERNOR,

PRESIDENT,
1905.

1904.

V. Counties of Carroll, Floyd, Franklin.Grayson,
COUNTIES
AND CITIES.

Lewis, Parker
Roose- Swal-

Henry, Patrick, Pittsylvania, and the City

Debs,
son,

of Danville.
velt, low,
Rep. Dem.
Denn.

E. W. Saunders, Dem., 6,194;
Pro.

Soc.
Rep.

John W.Simmons, Rep , 5,972.
Orange

742 228 568 201 10 VI. Countles of Bedford, Campbell, Charlotte, Page..

1,024 600 741 804 12 8 Halifax, Montgomery, Roanoke, and the Patrick.

841 747

737
616 7

cities of 'Lynchburg, Radford, and Roanoke. Petersburg 880 72 924 144 6

Carter Glass, Dem., 4,060; C. A. Hermans, Pittsylvania. 9.101 561 1,718 650 41

Rep., 1,336. Portsmouth

330 1,151 247 Powhatan.... 234 176

VII. Counties of Albemarle, Clarke, Frederick,

240 156 Prince Edward 530

Greene, Madison, Page, 137 576 101

Rappahannock, Prince George. 198 75 189 92

Rockingham, Shenandoah, Warren, and the Prince William

cities of
143
535

Charlottesville and Winchester. 724 228 Princess Anne. 726 157 420 109

James Hay, Dem., 5,573; Fred E. Bedcher, Pulaski..... 793 769 732 764

20

Rep., 2,372, Radford City. 243 104 184

100

2

VIII. Counties of Alexandria, Culpeper, Fairfax, Rappahannock 467 115

400 151 3

Fauquier, King George, Loudoun, Louisa, Richmond City 3,038 374 3,749

569 32 30 Orange, Prince William, Stafford, and the Richmond Co.. 406 187 377 185

City of Alexandria. John F, Rixey, Dem., Roanoke City. 1,357 455) 1,268

506 24

5,059; John B. Henderson, Rep., 962. Roanoke Co.... 653 411

427

1 IX. Counties of Bland, Buchanan, Craig, DickenRockbridge... 939 779 996 911 101 1 Rockingham

son, Giles, Lee, Pulaski, Russell, Scott, 1,610 1,445) 1,603 1,441 851 3 Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise, Wythe. Russell. 1,097 1,326 987 1,396 7

and the City of Bristol. Robert P. Bruce, Scott...

1,303 1,656 1,164 1,773 12 2 Shenandoah

Dem., 11,757; Campbell Slemp, Rep., 13.798. 1,285 1,325 1,098 1,189 Smyth 913 1,191 848 1,312

X. Counties of Alleghany, Amherst, Appomat-,

10 Southampton. 975 138 924 260 11

tox, Augusta, Bath, Botetourt, BuckingSpottsylvania.. 409 252 830 237

ham, Cumberland, Fluvanna, Highland,

11 Stafford

463
486 301 384 51

Nelson, Rockbridge, and the cities of StaunStaunton 507 244 458

ton and Buena Vista. Hal. D. Flood, Dem.,

30 Surry 389 106 823 154

5,962; E. D. Gregory, Rep., 2,696

91 Sussex

389 123 253 93 Tazewell 733 1,256 803 1,462

3

STATE LEGISLATURE, 1907.
Warren.

485
137 540 151 12
2

Senate. House, Joint Ballot. Warwick 211 78 108 71 1

Democrats

35
86

121 Washington 1,443 1,5121,344 1,872 12

Independents and Re-
Westmoreland 335

181
392 161 2
publicans.......

5
14

19 Williamsburg..

151 43 103) 37 2 Winchester. 297 168 394 146 13

Democratic majority 30

72

102 Wise

810 1,441 897 1,572 7 6 Wythe

1,035 1,366 1,065 1,384 4 1 York.. 235 58 186 69 24

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. Total

83,544 45,795 80, 648 47,880 1,383 218 Plurality

Governor, Claude A. Swanson, Dem.; Lieuten37, 749 32, 768 Per cent. 64.36) 35.28 61.97 36.67| i.05 0.16 ant-Governor, J. T. Edyson; Secretary of State, Seattering.

D. 0. Eggleston; First Auditor, Morton Marye; 453

415 Whole vote.. 129,792

130,544

Second Auditor, John G. Dew; Treasurer, A. W.

Harman, Jr. ; Superintendent of Instructions, J. For Governer 1905, Downey, Soc., received 453 D. Eggleston; Attorney-General, W.A. Anderson; votes.

all Democrats. For President in 1904, Watson, Pop., received

JUDICIARY. 359 votes; Corrigan, Soc. L., 56.

The vote for Governor in 1901 was: Montague, Supreme Court of Appeals: President, James Dem., 116,682; Hoge, Rep., 81,366; Rucker, Pro., Keith; Justices, s. G. Whittle, John A. Bu1,896; Quantz, Soc., 280; McTier, 285.

chanan, George M. Harrison, and Richard H. For President in 1900, Woolley, Pro., received Cardwell; Clerk of the Court, H. Stewart Jones2,150 votes,

all Democrats. VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906. Districts.

VOTE OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. I. Counties of Accomac, Carolina, Essex, Glou

Dem. cester, King and Queen, Lancaster, Mat

Rep. Pop. Pro. Maj. thews, Middlesex, Northampton, Northum

1872. Pres 91,654 93,468

1,814 R berland, Richmond, Spottsylvania,, West

1876. Pres 101,203 76,093

25,115 D moreland, and the City of Fredericksburg. 1880. Pres

96,449

*31,527 H Wm. A. Jones, Dem., 5,773; R. S. Bristow, 1884. Pres...

138 Rep., 1,294.

145.497 139,356

6,141 D II. Counties of Charles City, Elizabeth City, Isle

1885. Gov... 152,544 136,510

16,034 D of Wight, James City, Nansemond, Norfolk, 1889. Gov..... 162,654 120,477

1888. Pres.... 151,977 150,438 1,678 +1,539 D Princess Anne, Southampton, Surry, War

897 +42,177 D wick, York, and the cities of Norfolk, Ports

N.D. mouth, Williamsburg, and Newport News. 1892. Pres.... 163,977 113,262 12,275 2,738 +50,715 D Harry L. Maynard, Dem., 4,358 ; Floyd

Pop. Hughs, Rep., 1,489.

1893. Gov.... 127,940

81,239 6,962 139,726 D III. Counties of Chesterfield, Goochland, Han- 1896. Pres. 154,709 135,368 2,129 2,350 +19 341 D

over, Henrico, King William, New Kent, 1897. Gov. 109,655 56,840 2,743 t52,815 D and the cities of Richmond and Manchester 1900. Pres.. 146,080 115,865 2,150 30,215 D John Lamb, Dem., 3,908; George A. Hanson, 1901. Gov 116,682 81.366 1,896 35,316 D Rep., 639.

1904. Pres...... 80,648 47,880 1,383 32,768 D IV. Counties of Amelia, Brunswick, Dinwiddie, 1905. Gov..... 83,544 45,795

37,749 D Greenesville, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Powhatan, Prince Edward, Prince * Hancock's actual majority in the State, the George, Sussex, and the City of Petersburg. Democratic and Readjuster vote both being for Francis R. Lassiter, Dem., 2,615..

him. † Plurality.

(31,527) 84,020

Debs, Bryan, Kinley

903

::

638

661

WASHINGTON.
PRESIDENT
PRESIDENT,

WEST VIRCINIA.
1904.

1900. COUNTIRS.

Roose

Mc- Wool (26.) Parker

Bryan,
Debs,

PRESIDENT,

PRESIDENT, velt,

Kinley

Dem.
Dem.

ley,
Soc.

1904.

1900. Rep. Rep. Pro.

COUNTIR, Adams 548 1,160 523 461 30 9

(65.)

Parker
Roose- Swal-

McAsotin 227 747 328 393) 23 3

velt, Dem.

low,

Soc. Dem. Chehalis 635 2,589 1,081 1,850 77 108

Rep. Pro.

Rep. Chelan 372 1,248 575 577 12 11

Barbour.

1,585 1,863 56 4 1,579 1,840 Clallam

273
407 123 5 51 Berkeley 2,488 2,548 93

2,287 2,506 Clarke 515 2,436 1,025 1,668 79 90 Boone..

912 784 16

956 767 Columbia

482 1,089
706 899 27 9

Braxton.
2,324 2,176 62

2,103 1,894 Cowlitz... 317 1,589 619 1,171

16 Brooke
742 1,130 54

717 1,001 Douglas 577 1,722 615 516 20 49 Cabell.

3,193 3,776 118 71 3,251 3,667 Ferry

297 511 813 423 8 9 Calhoun.. 1,337| 1,125 16 191 1,268 946 Franklin 222 570 81 52 3

Clay.
1,058 1,025 59

718 902 Garfield

265 777 437 528 18 17 Doddridge 1,076 1,773 48 6 1,222 1,893 Island

83 424

123
263
131
14 Fayette

3,295 6,509 336 154 3,230 5,404 Jefferson 285 962 395 687 191 4 Gilmer

1,435 1,080 55

1,410 1,117 King 5,270 20, 434 7,836 10, 218 318 263 Grant

312 1,298

367 1,355 Kitsap 320 1,736 489 880 46 Greenbrier. 2,573 2,296

45

2,455 1,870 Kittitas 520 1,787 934 1,139 52 20 Hampshire 1,878 700 18

2,023 659 Klickitat 362 1,370 496 906 58 22 Hancock

508 1,009 69

564 863 Lewis 896 3,098 1,382 1,907 94

43 Hardy

1,234

4

1 292 5.96 Lincoln

1,004 2,472 1,587 1,414 66 30 Harrison. 2,921 5,075 369 21 2,678 3,918 Mason..

337

457
514
11 13 Jackson.

2,122 2,595 28 1 2,194 2,840 Okanogan

445 1,192 714 457 10 17 Jefterson 2,556) 1,308 50 1 2,727 1.207 Pacific

104 483) 396 887 27 15 Kanawha 5,756 8,854 205 290 4,736 7,249 Pierce 2,351 9,773 3,702 6,269 204 296 Lewis

1,621 2,130 1.91 13 1,702 1,973 San Juan 112 554 245 428 10 6 Lincoln

1,586 2,080 51 2 1,487 1,712 Skagit. 880 3,041 1,220 1,814 65

115 Logan

1,123 570 22 9 985 423 Skamania.

61
301
203 175
4 Marion

3,762 4,774 207 58 3,612 4,351 Snohomish 1,405 6,025 2,480 2,961 179 64 Marshall. 2,115 3,923 246 171 2,132 3,790 Spokane 2,606 10,285 5,125 5,515 306 81 Mason

2,125 2,983 31 24 2,460 3,162 Stevens 875 2,369 1,612 1,121 38 27 Mercer

2,327 3,637 62 19 2,112 2,699 Thurston.... 669 2,121 978 1,298 36 57 Mineral

1,397 1,802 57 22 1,241 1,661 Wahkiakum.. 101 473 207 396 10

20 Mingo..

1,652 1,607 14 1 1,363 838 Walla Walla.. 56 2,812 1,480) 2,119 61 20 Monongalia.. 1,596 3,187 113 26) 1,576 2,978 Whatcom 1,194 5,410 1,700 2,952 145 282 Monroe

1,503) 1,486 10

1,532 1,556 Whitman 1,519 4,090 2,826 2,366

180 156 Morgan

576 1,097 31 4 586 1,091 Yakima 930 3,484 1,066 1,507 46 65 McDowell.. 1,676 5,222 36

1,218 3,761 Total 28,098 101540 44,833 57,456 2,363 2,006 Nicholas 1,398 1,416

1,254 1,051

Ohio..
Plurality

127
73, 442
12, 623

5,128 7,769

381 5,394 7,093

926 Per cent.

1,169

17

1,157 19.65 69.95 41.69) 53.43 2.19 1.87 Pendleton..

927 15.513

866

Pleasants.. Scattering..

29 945 1,130

2 1,085 1,203 Whole vote

107,524
Pocahontas

49
145,151

1,1301,167

1 1,000 793 Preston.. 1,242 3,935 87

1,323 3,800 For President 1904: Soc., 10,023; Pro., 3,229; Soc.

Putnam

1,566 2,162 54 5 1,676 2,118 L., 1,592; Pop., 669.

Raleigh

1,394 1,848 100 5 1,126 1,385

Randolph 2,474 1,893 85 2 2,154 1,771 For Governor 1904: Turner, Dem., 59,119; Mead,

Ritchie... 1,393 2,922 199 12 1,571 2,512 Rep. , 75,278; Soc., 7,420; Pro., 2,782; Soc. L., 1,070.

Roane.
1,863 2,294 53

2,066 2,156 VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906.

Summers

1,937 1,702 29 19 1,822 1,751 Eshleman, Dem., 30,369 ; Byrne, Dem., 30,689 : Taylor

1,466| 2,238 79 1 1,416 2,092 Blackman, Dem., 31,811 ; Cushman, Rep., 71,921; Tucker

1,134 1,800 100 40 1 199 1,694 Jones, Rep., 71,656; Humphrey, Rep., 71,353: Her- Tyler

1,332 2,307 183

1,830 2,514 man, 'S c., 8,431; Barkly, Soc., 8,420 ; Wagen- Upshur.

826 2,406 103

863 2,401 knecht, Soc., 8,361.

2,449 2,363 35 2 2,654 2,258 PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT.

Webster
1,208 881

1,147 797 Wetzel.

2,833 2,494 114 Governor, A. E. Mead, Rep.; Secretary of State,

471 2,664 2,083 Wirt...

30

1,098 1,134 S. H. Nichols, Rep.; Treasurer, G. Y. Mills, Rep.;

11 1,156 1,235 Wood

3,741 4,969 133 49 3,700 4,808 Auditor, C. W. Clausen, Rep. ; Adjutant-General,

Wyoming 791 1,093 13

764 J. A. Drain, Dom.; Attorney-General, J. D. Atkin

898 son, Rep. ; Com. Public Lands, E. W. Ross, Rep.

-Total

100855 132620 4,599 1,573 98,807 119829 JUDICIARY.

Plurality
31, 765

21,022 Supreme Court: Chief Justice, Wallace Mount; Per cent 42. 05 55.31 i: 841 0.67 44.74 54.28 Associate Justices, R. O. Dunbar, H. D. Crow, M. Scattering.

2,234 A. Fullerton, F.H. Rudkin, Milo A. Root, H. E. Whole vote.

239.750

220,870 Hadley-all Reps. ; Clerk, d. S. Reinhart. STATE LEGISLATURE, 1907.

For President, 1904, Watson, Pop., had 337 votes. Senate. House, Joint Ballot.

VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS, 1904. Republicans 38 86 124

For Governor: John Cornwell, Dem., 112,457; W. Democrats...

4
9
13

M. O. Dawson, Rep., 121,540; J. W. Bedford, Pro.,

3,999; J. M. Eskey, Soc. , 1,279. Dawson's plurality, Republican majority 34 77 111

9,083. VOTE OF THE STATE SINCE ADMISSION.

For President in 1900, Woolley, Pro., received
Dem. Ren.
Pop. Pro.

Maj.

1,692 votes; Debs, Soc., 268; Barker, Pop., 274. 1889. Governor..24,732 33,711

8,979 R 1892. President..29,802 36,460 19,165 2,542 *6,658 R

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906.
Fus.
N.D.

Districts. 1896. President. .51,646 39,153 1,668 968 *12,493 F

I, Counties of Brooke, Hancock, Harrison, Lewis, 1900. President..44,833 57,456

2,363 *12,623 R 1904, President..28,098 101,540

73,442 R

Marshall, Ohio, and Wetzel, T. S. Riley,

Dem., 15,316; W. R. Hubbard, Rep., 19,362; Plurality.

Pierce, Pro., 1,484; Hibbs, Soc. , 739.

Wayne

son,

low, Pro.

Debe,
Soc.

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WISCONSIN-Continued.
WEST VIRGINIA-Continued.

GOVERNOR.

PRESIDENT, II. Counties of Barbour, Berkeley, Grant, Hamp

1906.

1904. shire, Hardy, Jetterson, Marion, Mineral,

COUNTIES.
Ayl. David

Roose- Swal-
Monongalia, Morgan, Pendleton Preston,

Parker ward,

Dem,

velt, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker. M.H. Dent, Dem.,

Dem. Rep.

Rep. 16,762; G. ('. Sturgis, Rep., 20,384 ; Dadisman,

55 Florence

335

562 8 Pro., 173; Ward, Soc., 727.

178 Fond du Lac..) 3,779 4,073 4,416 7,021

149 III. Counties of Clay, Fayette, Greenbrier, Kan

113 Forest

884 159 988 23 48 awha, Monroe, Nicholas, Pocahontas, Sun

2,294 4,249 2,888 5,802 Grant.

219 77 mers, Upshur, Webster. George Byrne, Dem.,

Green
1,112 1,905 1,4601 2,990 219

139 15,482 ; J. H. Giaines, Rep., 19,888; Mont

1,303 1,716 1,269 2,181 Green Lake.

84 43 gomery, Pro., 1,339; Swinbourne, Soc., 974.

1,479 2,635 1,640 3,328 162 Iowa..

21 IV. Counties of Calhoun, Jackson, Pleasants,

Iron

221 1,025 246 1,250 25 16 Ritchie, Roane, Wirt, Wood, Braxton, Dodd

323 1,871 4792,746 89 26 ridge, Gilmer, and Tyler, G. W. Hardman, Jackson

3,217 2,622 3,764 3,669 Jefferson.

96 Dem., 13,637; H. C. Woodyard, Rep , 16,310;

1,100 2,406 1,243 3,234 Juneau.

78 42 Johnson, Pro., 712; Kirkendall, Soc., 512;

1,635 2,090 1,392 3,307 Kenosha

77 440 V. Counties of Cabell, Lincoln, Mason, McDowell,

1,194 1.362 1,455 1,578 Kewanee

36 77 Mercer, Putnam, Raleigh, Wyoming, Wayne,

2,584 4,259 3,086 5,506 La Crosse.

189 115 Boone, Mingo,and Logan. J.H. Miller, Dem.,

1,526 2,238 1,921 2,875 La Fayette

106 28 15,971; J. A.Hughes, Rep., 22,395; Morris, Pro.,

1,235 1,865 1,018 2,103 Langlade

46 30 362; Barringer, Soc., 213.

Lincoln

1.047 1,652 1,004 2,850 69 PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT,

Manitowoc 2,974 3,486 3,2711 4,626 93 687 Governor, Wm.M.0. Dawson; Secretary of State, Marathon 3,435 3,695 3,245 6,144 158 178 Chas. W. Swisher; Treasurer, Newton Ogdin; Marinette. 1,006 2,658 816 3,977 144 195 Auditor, A. C. Scherr; Attorney-General, Clark Marquette

812 1.359 747 1,604 81 9 W. May; Superintendent of Schools, T. C. Miller; | Milwaukee 12,856 24,521 18,547 32,587 935 18,339 Adjutant-General, S. B. Baker-all Republicans. Monroe

1,156 2,334 1,749 3,892 145 35 Oconto.

68

870 1,967 1,017 3,279 JUDICIARY.

62 Oneida 613 1,197 373 1,710 44

130 Supreme Court of Appeals : President, Henry

3,026 3,794 3,138 5,951 Outagamie

33

113 C. McWhorter, Rep.; Associate Justices, Henry

Ozaukee

1,664 1,012 1,494 1,492 26 111 Brannon, Rep.; J. George Poffenbarger, Rep. ;

261 Pepin .

657 327 1,033

29

3 Jos. M. Sanders, Rep.; Frank Cox, Rep. ; Clerk,

Pierce

342 1,880 594 3,492 129 24 W. B. Mathews, Rep.

Polk

182 1,566 296 2,985 101 98 STATE LEGISLATURE, 1907.

Portage.
1,675 2,265 2,168 3,634

101

44 Price.

527 1,512 Senate. House. Joint Ballot.

70 399 2,202

71 25 Republicans

60
85
Racine.

2,065 3,547 2,584 5,573 257 1,453 Democrats 5

48 30 25

Richland 1,035 2,070 1,340 2,696

1 Prohibition..

1
Rock

458
1,321 3,917 2,350 7,972
Rusk..
151 1,049

116 54

St. Croix Republican majority. 20

1,287 2,354 1,569 3,898

108 Sauk 1,509 3,102 1,914 4,805 343

52 VOTE OF THE STATE SINCE 1872.

229
Sawyer.
735 204 782 29

13 Dem. Rep. Gr. Pro. May.

Shawano. 738 1,850 1,237 3,684 118 24 1872. President..29,537 32,283

2,746 R
Sheboygan.

3,366 4,151 3,430 6.121 198 901 1876. President..56,565 42,001

14,564 D

707 1,237 Taylor

719 1,725

42
*11,148 D Trempealeau.!
1880. President..57,391 46,243 9,079

476 1,901
976 3,560

156 10 1884. President..67,317 63,096 805 939 *4,221 D

Vernon

638 3,118

758 4,744 220 28 U. Lab.

Vilas ...
187 682 321 1,467

25 89 1888. President. 78,677 78,171 1,508 1,084 506 D

Walworth 986 2,858 1,378 4,892 263 135 Pop.

Washburn

184

207 989 31 48 1892. President..84,467 80,293 4,166 2,145 4,174 D

Washington 2,346 1,972 2,233 2,565 55 68 N. D.

Plu.

Waukesha 2,431 3,912 2,686 5,247 205 231 1896. Governor.. 93,974 105,477 1,054 11,503 R

Waupaca

607/ 2,683 911 5,471 233 70 1896. President. 92.927 104,414 677 1,203 11,487 R

Waushara

212 2,074 319 3,140 96 25 1900. Governor..100,226 118,807

1,373 18,581 R
Winnebago

3,469 5,471 4,006 7,565 259 311 1900. President.. 98,807 119,829 1,692 21.022 R

Wood

1,431 2,683 1,674 4,002) 96 195 1904. President..100,850 132,608 4,413 31,758 R

Total 103311 183558 124107 280164 9,770 28, 220 * Plurality.

Plurality

80,247

156057
WISCONSIN.

Per cent.. 32.28 57.36 28.01 63.24 2.20 6.37
Scattering
33,103

753
GOVERNOR.
PRESIDENT,
Whole vote. 320,003

443,014
1906.

1904. COUNTIES. Ayl- David- Roose-, Swal.

Parker (10.)

For Governor in 1906: Eaton, Pro., received

Debs,
ward, son,

Dem.
velt,

Soc.

8,211 votes; Gaylord, Soc. Dem., 24,437 ; Rosass, Dem. Rep. Pro.

Soc. L. , 455. Adams 212 699 271 1,399 47 29

For President in 1904, Watson, Pop., received Ashland 768 1,796 1,016 3,406 116

235 530 votes; Corrigan, Soc. L., 223. Barron 303 1,797 625 3,575

103 Bayfield 159 1,356 345 2,665 77 32

The vote for Governor in 1904 was: Peck, Dem., Brown 1,854 3,314 2,636 6,027 108 329

175,263; La Follette, Rep., 226,995; Arnold, Soc., Buffalo 637| 1,449 911 2,147 64

10 24,116; Schofield, N. Rep., 11,920. Burnett. 59 1,010 82 1,262 54 31

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906. Calumet. 1,268 1,143 1,257 1,736 36 116

1,406 2,343 1,669 5,744 Chippewa

141

Districts.

59 Clark. 672 2,462 1,050 4,091 183 79

I. Counties of Racine, Kenosha, Walworth, Rock, Columbia 1,371 3,200 1,907 4,732 204 158 Green, La Fayette. John J. Cunningham, Crawford. 1,177 1,710 1,363 2,281 57 31

Dem., 8,808; Henry A. Cooper, Rep., 16,226; Dane 5,120 6,843 5,010 11, 041 417 242

Moses Hull, Soc., 1,504. Dodge

4,734 2.749 5,092 4,248 133 67 II. Counties of Jefferson, Dane, Columbia, Green, Door

277 1,699 516 2,689 72 33 Lake, Marquette, Adams. George W. Levis, Douglas.

987 2,391 968 4,564 130 549 Dem.', 12,881 ; John M. Nelson, Rep., 14.808; Dunn 258 1,874 546) 3,303 123 83

William E. Dibble, Pro., 724; W. A. Hall, Eau Claire... 1,0661 2,837' 1,224' 4,343) 155 196 Sr., Soc. Dem., 354.

********* ***#23233B23

900

low,

Rep.

242

WISCONSIN-Continued.

WYOMING. III. Counties of Grant, Crawford, Richland, Sauk,

GOVERNOR PRESIDENT, 1906.

1904. Juneau, Vernon, and Iowa. James W.

COUNTIES.
Murphy, Dem,, 14,701; J. W. Babcock,

Keis

Roose(13.)

Brooks O'N'I, Parker
Rep., 13,690; Noyes, Pro., 934.

ter,
Rep.

velt,
Soc. Denn.
Dem.

Rep. IV. County of Milwaukee (part). Thomas J,

Albany.

767 1,342 204 697 Fleming, Dem., 8,656; William F:, Gary, Big Horn..

1,660 881 1,807

43

724 1,987 Rep., 12,231; E. T. Melires, Soc., 8,759.

Carbon
731 1.579) 4 962

2,229 V. Counties of Milwaukee (part) and Waukesha.

Converse.

417 1,023

89 387

1,106 William H. Stafford, Rep., 13,948; Albert F.

Crook.

363 747 17 475 983 Welch, Soc., 8,870.

Fremont..

1,271 722 49 563 1,007 Johnson

500

666 21 458 726 VI. Counties of Sheboygan, Fond du Lac, Dodge, Laramie.

1,317 2.533

14 1,177 3,098 Washington, and Ozaukee, Charles H. Natrona..

399 664 74

321

735 Weisse, Dem., 19,444; Alvin Dreger, Rep., Sheridan ....

548 1.010 125 1,0661 907 10,512; G. C. Darrow, Soc., 764.

Sweetwater..

951 1,411 201 464 1,476 VII. Counties of Pepin, Buffalo, Trem pealeau,

Uinta...

1,075 2,259 464 1,387 2,743 Weston..

263 633) 5 223 Jackson, Eau Claire, Clark, Monroe, and La

810 Crosse. Charles F. Hille, Dem., 6,779; John

Total..
J. Esch, Rep., 18,042.

9,483 16,396 1,310 8,904 20, 489 Plurality.

6, 913

11,559 VIII. Counties of Portage, Waupaca, Waushara, Per cent..

34.69 59.99 5:32 29.051 66.16 Winnebago, Calumet, and Manitowoc. John Scattering..

140

209 E. McMullen, Dem., 9,594; John H. David- Whole vote..

27,329

30,657 son, Rep., 10,986; John J. Pitz, Soc. , 1,103; C. H. Forward, Pro., 700.

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 1906.

Hamm, Dem., 9,017; Frank W. Moudell, Rep., IX. Counties of Brown, Kewaunee, Door, Outa- 16,881 ; Brown, Soc., 1,310; Nicodemus, Pro., 90.

gamie, Wood, Oconto, and Marinette. Phillip A. Badour, Dem., 8.689; Gustav Kuester

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. man, Rep., 14,080; J. E. Harris, Soc. , 551.

Governor B. B. Brooks; Secretary of State, Wm.

R. Schnitger; Treasurer, Edward Gilliţte; AudX. Counties of Iron, Vllas, Oneida, Forest, Flor- itor, Leroy Grant; Adjutant-Generai, P. A. ence, Langlade, Lincoln, Shawano Mara- Gatchell; Attorney - General, W. E.

Mullen: thon, Taylor, Price, Ashland, and Wood. Superintendent of Education, A. D. Cook-ali Dennis D. Conway, Dem., 10,653; E. A. Morse, Republicans. Rep., 20,228; James I. Coxe, Soc., 903.

JUDICIARY. XI. Counties of Barron, Bayfield, Barnett, Chip- Associate Justices, Cyrus L. Beard, Richard A.

Supreme Court: Chief Justice, Chas. N. Potter; St. Croix, Washburn, and Gates. Francis J. Scott; Clerk, W. H. Kelly-all Republicans. McGuire, Dem.,5,146; John J. Jenkins, Rep.,

STATE LEGISLATURE, 1907. 19,002; C.'W. Swanson, 1,213.

Senate. House. Joint Ballot.
Republicans.

21
45

66 PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT.

Democrats...............

2
5

7 Governor, J.0. Davidson; Lieutenant-Governor, W. D. Connor; Secretary of State, James A. Frear; Republican majority.. 19 40

59 Treasurer, Andrew H. Dahl; Adjutant-General,

VOTE OF THE STATE SINCE ADMISSION. C. R. Board man ; Attorney-General, Frank L,

Dem. Rep. Pop. Pio. Muj. Gilbert; Superintendent of Education, C. P. Cary; 1890. Governor.. 7,153 8,879

1,726 R Commissioner of Insurance, Geo. E. Beedle--ali

1892. President.. 8,454 7,722 530 732 R Republicans.

1892. Governor.. 8,442 JUDICIARY.

7,446

416 1,691 D-P

Plu, Supreme Court: Chief Justice, John B. Cassoday, 1896. President.. 10,655 10,072

136 583 D Rep. ; Associate Justices, Wm. H. Tienlin, Dem.;

1900. President..10,164 14,482

4,318 R R, G. Siebecker, Dem.; J. E. Dodge, Dem., and

Soc. Roujet D. Marshall, Rep.; J. C. Kerwin; Clerk, 1902. Governor..10,017 14,483 552

4,466 R Clarence Kellogg, Rep.

1904. President... 8,904 20,467 1,077 11,563 R 1906. Governor.. 9,483 ]6,396 1,316

6,913 R STATE LEGISLATURE, 1907. Senate, Assembly. Joint Ballot.

HAWAII. Republicans.

27 75

102

At the Territorial election, held 1906, for Delegate to Con. Democrats

5 20

25

gress, E. B. McClanahan, Dem., received 2,867 votes; J. K. Social Dem.

1
5

6

Kalanianole, Rep., 7,316; C. K. Notley, H. R., 2,181.

Present Territorial Government: Governor, George R. Carter; Republican majority 21 50

71

Secretary of Territory, A. L. C. Atkinson; Treasurer, A. J.

Campbell; Delegate in Congress, Jonah Kalanianole; AtVOTE OF THE STATE SINCE 1872.

torney-General, E. C. Peters. Judiciary: Walter F. Freon, Dem. Rep.

Gr.
Pro. Plu,

Chief Justice;' Associates, Alfred D. Hartwell and A. A 1872. President. 86,477 104,988

18,511 R

Wilder; Clerk, Henry Sinith; U.S. District Judge, Sanford

B. Dole; U. s. District-Attorney, J. J. Dunne; E. R. 1876. President. 123,919 130,069 1,506

6.150 R Stackable, Collector of Customs. 1880. President.114,634 144,397 7,980 29,763 R

In the Territorial Legislature the Republicans have 36 1884. President. 146,459 161,157 4.598 7,656 14,698 R on joint ballot, Democrats 9.

U. Lab.
1888. President. 155,232 176,553 8,552 14,277 21,321 R

PORTO RICO.
Pop.

Governor, Beekman Winthrop ; Secretary, R. Henri Post; 1892. President. 177,335 170,791 9,909 13,132 6,544 D Treasurer, Wm. F. Willoughby; Auditor, G. C. Ward; At 1894. Governor. 142.250 196,150 25,604 11.240 53,900 R torney-General, Frank Feuille; Resident Commissioner of 1896. President. 165 523 268,135

7,509 102 612 R

Territory at Washington, Tulio Larrinaga. 1898. Governor. 135,353 173,137 8,577 8,078 37 784 R

Judi'i ry--Chief Justice, Jose Quinones; Justices, C. S. L.

Hrnandez, Jose Figueros, J. C. MacLeary, A. Wolfe; U. 8. 1900. Governor. 160,764 264 420 6,590 9.707 103,656 R

District Judge, B. $. Rodey; U. S. District-Attorney, Jose

F. R. Savage. 1900. President. 159,285 265,866 524 10.124 106,581 R

The Territorial Legislature consists of an upper and lower 1902. Governor. 145,818 193,417 15,970 9,647 47,599 R House. The lower House is the elective branch and has 35 1904. President. 124,107 280,164 28,220 9,770 156,057 R members. All belong to the Unionist party; sits in annual 1906. Governor, 103,311 183,558 24,437 8,211 80,247 R session in January.

LIST OF OFFICIALS AND SALARIES (SUBJECT TO CHANGE), Mayor.-George B. McClellan ($15,000).

Bureru of Municipal Statistics.-Charles S. HerSecretary.-F. M. O'Brien, 6 City Hall ($6,000.) vey ($6,000). Bureau of Licenses.- City Hall.

CITY CHAMBERLAIN.-Patrick Keenan, 63 Chief, -John P. Corrigan ($2,800). Depul

.. -Gae- Stewart Building ($12,000).
tano D'Amato ($2,000).
Brooklyn-Daniel J.

Deputy.--John H. Campbell ($7,500).
Grifiu, Deputy, ($2,000).
Borough Presidents.

Public Works and Other Departments. Manhallan. -John F. Ahearn, 10 City Hall

Commissioner Public Works, --Manhattan-Wm. ($7,500); Bernard Downing, Secretary ($4,000).

Dalton($6,000); Jas.J.Hagan, Assist.($5,000). Bronx Bronx.-L. F. Haffen ($7,500), 3d Ave, and 177th -John F. Murray ($5,000). Brooklyn-Desmond

Dunne St.; H. A. Gumbleton, Secretary ($4,000).

($6,000). Queens--L. Gresser ($4,000). Binoklyn. - Bird S. Coler ($7,500), 16 Boro Hall;

Richmond-L. L. Tribus ($8,000). John A. Heffernan, Secretary ($4,000).

Bureau of Highways.--Manhattan-G. F. ScanQueens.- Joseph 'Bermel ($5,000), L. I. City; ($5,000). "Bronx.-3. A. Briggs, Chief Eng. ($6,000).

) G. R. Olney, Chief Engineer Herman Ringe, Secretary ($4,000).

Richmond, - George Cromwelí ($5,000), New Brooklyn. --G. W. Tilson, Chief Engineer ($5,000). Brighton. Maybury F. Fleming, Secretary ($2,500).

Bureau of Sewer's.-Manhattan-Vacant ($5,000);

Horace Loomis, Chief Engineer ($6,000). Bronx Aldermen.

Peter President-Patrick F. McGowan, $5,000. Vice

Gecks, Supt. ($4,000). Brooklyn-James

Dunne, Supt. ($5,000). Chairman-Elias Goodman. City Clerle anl Clerk of

Wm. the Board of Aldermen--P.J. Scully ($7,000)

Bureau Public Bldgs, and offices.-ManhattanJ. Buyhan, 1st Deputy ($5,000). Chiej Clerk-M.F.

W. H. Walker, Supt. ($5,000). Bronx-T. J. Byrne, Blake ($5,000). Aldermen receive $2,000 salary per

Supt. ($4,000). Br’klyn-J. Lawrence, Supt. ($5,000).

Supt. Baths and Public Comort. -Manhattan-W. year. BOROUGHS AND DISTRICTS.

W. Weeks ($2,550). Br'klyn-W.H. Hale ($2,550). Manhattan. -1, Andrew J. Doyle; 2, Michael tricity.--John H. O'Brien($7,500). Deputy-Frank

Commissioner of Water Supply, Gaux, and ElecStapleton; 3, Patrick Higgins; 4, H. S. Fried;

J. Goodwin ($6,000). Bronx-T.H.O'Neill ($3,500). 5, G. W. Olvany: 6, Timothy P. Sullivan ; 7. homas J. ffatt; 8. M. S. Levine; 9. Frank

Brklyn-w.C. Cozier ($5,000). Queens-Chas. C. L. Dowling; 10, G. J. Schneider; 11, Reginald S.

Wissel ($3,000). Richmond-E. I. Miller ($2,500). Doull; 12, J. J. Smith; 13, John J. Callahan: 14,

Commissioner of Bridges --J. W.Stevenson $7,500). John J. Haggerty; 15. Frederick Richter; 16, F.J.

Depuy--J. H. Little($4,500). Chief Engineer --C.M. Dotzler;17, John J. Farrell:18, W. P. Kenneally; Ingersoll, Jr. ($10,000). Sec' y-E. E. Schiff ($3,000). 19, 1. j. Hahn; 20, P. J. Hatton; 21, Joseph Craven (87,500).

Commissioner of Street Cleaning.-Macdonough

Deputy.-Jerome F. Reilley 24, John R. Davies; 25, Krax s. Grifenhagen: ($5,000). General Supt. -Wm. Robbins ($3,000).

Trupment. Ilouse Commissioner:-- 44 East 23d 26, John J. Cronin; 27. Frank D. Sturges; 28. Joseph Krulish; 29, B. W. Brown; 30, John J.

St.-E.J. Butler ($7,500). Deputies, - ManhattanReardon; 31, Clarence Freeman; 32, H.L. Lev.

H.G. Darwin;Broklyn-J. McKeown ($4,000 each). erett; 33. Elias Goodman; 34, Jas.C. Meyers; 35,

Department of Police. C. B. Noonan; 36, Chas. Ahner; 37, J, M. Torpey. Central Office, 300 Mulberry Street. House for

Bronx.-38, Charles Kuntz: 39, Philip Har- Detention of Witnesses, 203 Mulberry Street. nischfeger; 40, F. J. O'Neil; 41, William E. Commissioner: -Theodore A. Bingham ($7,500). Morris; 42, Arthur H. Murphy; 43, Thos. Din- Deputies.-(First)

(Second) woodie; 44, Thomas J. Mulligan.

A.J. O'Keeffe. (Third)

($4,000 Brooklyn,-45, Robert F. Downing: 46, James each). Lawlor; 47, Moses J. Wafer; 48, Geo. Everson; Inspectors.-W. W. McLanghlin, M. W. Cort49, H, C. Peters; 50, John Diemer; 51, Fred'k right ($5.000 each); Max F. Schmittherger, Richard Linde; 52, L. M. Potter; 53, Charles L. Kuck; Walsh, George F. Titus, John Weigand, Thos. 54, M.J. Monahan; 55, Ardolph L. Kline; 56, J. Murphy, James Kane, George W. McClusky, John W. Redmond ; 57. 1. D. Gunther; 58, R. Wright; F. Flood, Denis Sweeney, James F. Nally, Adam 59, P.S.Keeley: 60, Geo. Markert; 61, Wm.Wentz; A. Cross, Donald Grant ($3,500 each). 62, J. F. Ellery; 63, John Hann; 64, Jacob Bort- Chief Clerk.-William H. Kipp ($5,000). scherer; 65. Wm. Lowcroft; 66, Joseph Falk. Qiceens. -67, W. S. Clifford: 68, Casper Herold;

Department of Health.

S. W. Cor.55th St. and 6th Ave. 69, James E. Bunting: 70, M. J. Carter. Richmond. -71,J. J.Collins; 72, David S. Rendt;

President anul Commissioner: -Thos. Darlington 73, Charles Cole.

($7,500). The Commissioner of Police and Health

Officer of Port of New York, Coroners.--Ciminal Courts Building.

Secretary.--Eugene W. Scheffer ($5,000). Manhattan. --Julius Harburger, Peter P. Acri

Sanitary Supt.-C. F. Roberts ($5,000). Assisttelli, P. Dooly, G. F. Shrady, Jr. ($6,000 each).

ants. -Manhattan-Walter Bensel ($3,500). Bronx Chief Clerk, J. E. Bausch (83,000).

--Chas. Spencer ($3,500). Brooklyn-T. C. MaxBronx. -Robert F. McDonald, Albert F. Schwan

field ($3,500). Queens-John P. Moore ($3,500). necke ($6,000 each).

Richmond-John T. Sprague ($3,500).
Brookiui. - Henry J. Brewer and John F.
Kennedy ($6,000 each).

Law Department.--Hall of Records. Rivers. -Samuel D. Nutt and A. S. Ambler, Corporation Counsel.- Wm, B. Ellison ($15,000). College Point. L. I. ($4,000 each).

Assistants. --Theo. Connoly ($10,000); G. L. Sterling Richmond.-M. J. Cahill, New Brighton, S. I. and C. D. Olendorf ($7,500 each). ($2,000).

Assistant.-Brooklyn-James D. Bell ($10,000). Department of Finance.-Stowart Building.

Queens-E. S. Malone (84,000). Bronx-Richard Chinntroller. --Herman A. Metz ($15.000).

6. Mitchell ($4,000). Richmond John WiddeDeniities.-J.H. McCooey and N. T.Phillips($7,000 combe ($4,000). each). Assistant Deputy.-Hubert L. Smith (85,000).

Bureau of Street Openings.-John P. Dunn, 90 Auditor of Accounts.-P. H. Quinn ($5,000).

West Broadway ($6,000). Receiver or Theres.-Manhattan, David E. Austen.

Bureau for Collection of Arrears of Personal ($7,000). Deputy.-Bronx-J. B. Underhill ($2,500).

Taxes.-James P. Keenan, 280 Broadway ($4,500). Brooklyn-Janies B. Bouck ($4,000). Queens

Bureant for Recovery of Penalties. - Herman George H. Creed ($2,500) Richmond-John De Stiefel, 115 Nassau Street ($0,000). Morgan ($2,500).

Tenement- House Bureau. -John P.O'Brien, 44 E. Cullertor ! City Revennie anul Superintendent of

23d St. ($4,000). Muricets - Manhattan-John M. Gray ($4,000). Coin missioners of the Sinking Fund.

City Prymaster'. -John H. Timmerman, 83 Cham- The Mayor, Chairman; Comptroller, Chamberlain, bers Street (85,000).

President Board of Aldermen, Chairman Finance Collector of Assessments and Arrears. -Edward Committee of Board of Aldermen. A. Slattery ($4,000).

Secretary.--N. Taylor Phillips.

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