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UTAH-CAPITAL, SALT LAKE CITY.
Office.

Name.

Term.

Term ends. Salary Governor. Heber M. Wells.

4 years... January, 1905. $2,000 Secretary of State. J. T. Hammond.

4 years... (January, 1905.

2,000 Auditor. C. S. Tingey 4 years... January, 1905.

1,500 Treasurer. John De Grey Dixon. 4 years... January, 1905.

1,000 Attorney-General.. M. A. Breeden.. 4 years... January, 1905

1,500 Chief Justice. James A. Miner. 7 years... January, 1903.

3,000 Supt. Public Instruction. (A. C. Nelson.....

4 years... January, 1905.. 1,500 VERMONT-CAPITAL, MONTPELIER. Office.

Name.

1 Term. Term ends. | Salary Governor.. Wm. W. Stickney.

2 years... October, 1902, $1,500 Lieutenant-Governor. Martin F. Allen.

2 years... October, 1902. Secretary of State. F. A. Howland.

2 yeais... (October, 1902.. 21,700 Auditor.. O. M. Barber...

2 years... October, 1902. 31,700 Treasurer. J. L. Bacon.

2 years... October, 1902. 21,700 Chief Justice. Russell S. Taft. 2 years... October, 1902.

33,000 Supt. of Education... Walter E. Rongen.. 2 years... October, 1902.

32,000 VIRGINIA-CAPITAL, RICHMOND. Office.

Name.

1 Term. 1 Term ends. Salary Governor.. J. Hoge Tyler.

14 years... (January 1, 1902....! $5,000 Lieutenant-Governor Edward Echols..

| 4 years... ) January 1, 1902.

600 Sec. of Commonwealth.. J. T. Lawless.

2 years... January 2, 1902.. 2,000 Auditor.. Mortor Marye.

2 years...

January 2, 1902.... 3,000 Treasurer.

A. W. Harman, jr. 2 years... January 2, 1902.... 1,750 Attorney-General.. A. J. Montague.

14 years... January 1, 1902. 2,500 Chief Justice.. James Keith...

12 years.. January 1, 1907.. 3,300 Supt. Public Instruction. J. W. Southall.

4 years... (March 15, 1902. 2,000 Register Land Office.... J. W. Richardson. 2 years... January 2, 1902... 1,200 Railroad Commissioner..IJ. C. Hill.......

| 4 years... July 1, 1904.

1,800 WASHINGTON-CAPITAL, OLYMPIA. Office.

Name.

Term.

Term ends. Salary Governor. John R. Rogers.

4 years... January, 1905. $4,000 Lieutenant-Governor Henry McBride.

4 years... January, 1905.

1,000 Secretary of State. S. H. Nichols... 4 years... January, 1905

2,500 Auditor.. J. D. Atkinson. 4 years... January, 1905

2,000 Treasurer. C. W. Maynard. 4 years... January, 1905.

2,000 Chief Justice. J. B. Reavis. 4 years... January, 1905.

4,000 Attorney-General. W. B. Stratton. | 4 years... January, 1905

2,000 Land Commissioner.. S. A. Callvert...

4 years...(January, 1905. 2,000 WEST VIRGINIA-CAPITAL, CHARLESTON, Office.

Name.

Term.

Term ends. Salary Governor. A. B. White.. | 4 years... March, 1905.

$2,700 4Secretary of State.

14 years... March, 1905.

51,000 Auditor. Arnold C. Scherr. 4 years... March, 1905

51,000 Treasurer. Peter Silman.. | 4 years... March, 1905

1,500 Attorney-General. R. H. Freer. 4 years... March, 1905.

1,700 Superintendent Schools..IT. C. Miller....... 4 years.. March, 1905..

2,000 WISCONSIN-CAPITAL, MADISON. Office.

Name

Term.

Term ends. | Salary Governor..

|Robert M. La Follette.. 12 years... January 6, 1903.... | $5,000 Lieutenant-Governor. Jesse Stone..

2 years.

January 6, 1903. 1,000 Secretary of State. W. H. Froelich..

2 years... January 6, 1903.. 5,000 Treasurer.. J, O. Davidson..

2 years... (January 6, 1903., 5,000 Attorney-General. Emmett R. Hicks.

2 years... January 6, 1903.. 3,000 Supt. Public Instruction. L. D. Harney.

2 years... (January 6, 1903... 1,200 Insurance Commissioner. Emil Giljohann.

| 2 years... January 6, 1903... 3,000 Chief Justice....

John B. Cassoday. 10 years. . (January, 1910.. 5,000

WYOMING-CAPITAL, CHEYENNE.
Office.

Name.

Term. 1 Term ends. | Salary Governor.

De Forest Richards. 4 years... January, 1903. $2,500 Secretary of State. F. Chatterton..

4 years... January, 1903.

2,000 Auditor.. Le Roy Grant..

4 years... January, 1903. 2,000 Treasurer.

George E. Abbott.. [+ years... January, 1903. 2,000 Attorney-General.. J. A. Van Orsdel.. 12 years... Appointed.

2,000 Chief Justice...

Charles N. Potter.. 8 years... January, 1903.. 3.000 Supt. Public Instruction. IT. T. Tynan...

4 years... January, 1903.. 2,000 1Six dollars per day during session of Legislature, and 60 per cent of fees as Insurance Commissioner. 2 And fees as Insurance Commissioner, 3 And travelling expenses. Appointed. 5 And fees. 6 Also Auditor.

ELECTIONS IN STATES.

Pop.,

“R." or "Rep.” denotes Republican; "D." or "Dem.,” Democrat; "Dem. (Sil.)," Silver Democrat; "Dem. (S. M.)," Sound Money Democrat;; "Nat. Dem., National Democrat; “Pop.," Populist; "M. of R.,” Middle of-the-Road Populists; "Sil.,” Silver party; "Nat. Pro.,” National Prohibition; "Pro., Prohibition; “Soc. Lab.,' Socialist Labor; "Fus.,” Fusion; "Ind.," Independent. Where appears "Pop.-Dem.," "Dem.

or similar combinations, it means that the candidate is the nominee of the first organization designated, and was indorsed by the others. The numerals in tables cf votes for Congress nominees indicate the districts. ALABAMA.

ALABAMA-(Continued).
PRESID'T. GOV'RNOR.

PRESID'T. GOV'RNOR.
1900.-
1900.-

1900.

1900.Counties Rep. | Dem. Rep. | Dem.

Counties

Rep. | Dem. Rep. Dem. (66).

(66).

Kinley
Mc-

Bryan.

Steele.

ford... e Sam

Kinley
Mc-

ford... Sam

Steele. ឱនិឱឱខ្លួនខ្ញុំ

9801 444 2685

725 1402 1581

744 1794 2837 1167 469 649 2044 980 660 989 1516 703 959 560 1092 1167 1134 4708 1873 1768

Autauga
Baldwin
Barbour
Bibb
Blount
Bullock
Butler
Calhoun
Chambers
Cherokee
Chilton
Choctaw
Clarke
Clay
Cleburne
Coffee
Colbert
Conecuh
Coosa
Covington
Crenshaw
Cullman
Dale
Dallas
De Kalb.
Elmore
Escambia
Etowah
Fayette
Franklin
Geneva
Greene
Hale
Henry
Jackson
Jefferson
Lamar
Lauderdale
Lawrence
Lee
Limestone
Lowndes
Macon
Madison
Marengo
Marion
Marshall
Mobile
Monroe
Montgomery
Morgan
Perry
Pickens
Pike
Randolph
Russell
Shelby
St. Clair..

603

523 361 177 457 1131

216 1153 1329

829 1132 776 350 294 1022 593 499 1232 763 844 159 484 780 842

76 1656 1040

58 292

67 635 533

24 596 228 716 351

99 270 212 267 601 168 882 601 164

56 288 457 451 118 1533 367 257 894 546 842 111

930
Sumter

200 1053 363 1127
487
Talladega

1354 1602 259 2087 1665 Talla poosa 1173 2557 660 2213 1198 Tuscaloosa

633 1173 257 2410 1958 Walker

1620 1244 1167 2108 1295 Washington 257 492 172 1096 1693 Wilcox

30 2031 29 3225 2475 Winston

519 539 469 722 3014 1320 Totals

53669 96368 28288 115187 969 Plurality

42699

86899 1007 Per cent.....

34.57 62.07 17.431 70.96 2024 Scattering

5203

18844 1414 Whole vote.. 155240

162319 1159

The scattering vote for President in1853

cluded the following: Barker (Pop.), 3,796; 1415

Woolley (Pro.), 1,407. 778

The scattering vote for Governor in1333

cluded the following: Crowe (Pop.), 17,1209 543; Hargett (Pro.), 1,301. 1867 1320 VOTE ON STATE TICKET, 1900. 1417 Secretary of State-R. P. McDavid (D.), 1880

106,066; Porter (R.), 22,470; Powell (Pop.), 1791

16,642; Whitten (Pro.), 2,373. 2373

State Treasurer-J. Craig Smith (D.), 1093

425 1711

851 1118 633

94 347 513 1663 2837

499 1423 965 587 1158 1457

376 1659 231 666 1079 2187 132 480 1285

78 194 473 1350

135 1367 1146

18 112 276 1267 395 252

1734 681 814 671 964 1557 1888 1923 4576

879 1369 1170 1698 1063 1770 1163 3641 2306 1137 1398 2939

901 3047 1747 1744

797 1413 1501 1416 740 794

104,559; P. M. Long (R.), 21,435; O. L. 2010

McKinstry (Pop.), 13,964; D. Č. Bachellor 872 (Pro.), 2,488. 880 Auditor-T. L. Sowell

(D.),

102,774; 1261 J. C. Swan (R.), 21,371; M. W. Whatley 1451 (Pop.), 14,802; R. O. Simpson (Pro.), 4,009. 1166

Attorney-General-C. G. Brown (D.), 2608 102,607; C. D. Alexander (R.), 22, 247; Le2574

roy Watson (Pop.), 13,469; H. L. Martin 4382

(Pro.), 2,465. 1225

Superintendent of Education J. W. Ab1586

ercrombie (D.), 105,695; J. I. Abercrombie 1516

(R.), 25,026; W. M. Wood (Pop.), 14,775. 3189

Commissioner of Agriculture--Robert R. 1507

Poole (D.), 105,429; John B. Shields (R.), 1342 21,525; J. M. Askew (Pop.), 14, 131; C. D.

899 Alverson (Pro.), 2,203.
3525
2514

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1900.
1216 I. George W. Taylor (D.), 9,804; John
1587 W. Schell (R.), 2,046.
3855 II. A. A. Wiley (D.), 12,496. Scattering
1282--S. J. Thrower, 93; W. 0. Mulkey, 124;
2926 A. J. Mitsseal, 3.
2346 III. H. H. Clayton (D.), 13,420; W. 0.
1265 Mulkey

3, 179. Scattering-T. P. 2146 Hudmon, 137; Crenshaw, 1; William How2212 ard, 2; G. B. Crowe, 1; H. R. Gholston, 1. 2292 IV. S. J. Bowie' (D.), 10,733; W. F. 1418 Aldrich (R.), 283; scattering, 16. 1321

V. C. W. Thompson (D.), 15,767; A. J. 889

Milstead (R.), 7,782; scattering, 5.

1180
1288
350

5
62
1527

40 559 767 1315

52 88 330 52 14 309 1002

57 308 603

(R.),

W.

Mc-
Kinley..

Bryan...

Remmel
H. L.

Jeff Davis...A

ALABAMA-(Continued).

ARKANSAS—(Continued). VI. J. H. Bankhead (D.), 8,073; T. B.

PRESID'T. GOV'RNOR. Morton (R.), 4,218. VII. J. L. Burnett (D.), 10,549; N. B.

---1900.

--1900.Spears (R.), 9,802.

Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem.

Counties
VIII. W. M. Richardson (D.), 13, 193;
A. N. Holland (R.), 8,900.

(75).
IX. 0. Underwood (D.), 10,591;
scattering, 14.
LEGISLATURE OF 1901.

Jefferson

1477 1363 Senate., House. Jt. bal.

1029 1473 Johnson 552 1317 702

1362 Republicans

1
1

2
Lafayette

448 422 402 472 Democrats 32 91 123

Lawrence

476
958

410 1093 Populists

8

8
Lee
1296 2850 1022

1338 Dem. majorities.. 31

82 113
Lincoln

392 794 143 897

Little River. 281 751 152 998 VOTE OF THE STATE SINCE 1892.

Logan

848 1557 1096 1707 | Rep. Dem. Fus. | Plu. Lonoke

679 1337 352 1575 Madison

1289 1475 1514 1818 1892-Gov.

126959|115522|11437

Marion

375 905 383 913 1892-Pres. 9197 138138 85181 52957

Miller
759 855 662

916 1894—Gov.

110865 83283 27582

Mississippi
378 591 465

1047 R. and

Monroe

403 708 276 1026 Pop.

Montgomery

293 468 257 713 1896-Gov. 89290128541

39251
Nevada

744 732 632 1137
Rep.
N. D.
Newton

690 1896–1 Pres.

6462176789 54737107137

443 1030 657 Ouachita 1143 1120

816 1898-Gov.

1137 52844 (113113

60269
Perry

293 459 217 596 Bryan and Watson (Pop.), 24,089.

Phillips

388 1319 294 1657 Pike

413 566 327 744 Poinsett

180 520 187 660 ARKANSAS.

Polk

411 922 548 1292 Pope 835 1871 901

1941 PRESID'T. GOV'RNOR.

Prairie

496 856 376 865 --1900.

1900.
Pulaski

1932 2609 1609 2566 Randolph

428 1385 496 1881 Rep. | Dem. Counties Rep. Dem.

Saline

342 811 305 1065 (75).

Scott

313 733 303 778 Searcy

869 567 1047 Sebastian

964 2094 971 1783 Sevier

360 772 262 936 Sharp 394 1059 275

1014 Arkansas 598 990 476 857 St. Francis.

703 634 375 743 524 Ashley

1381 383 975

Stone

231 520 295 730 287 Baxter

723 267 684

Union
336 1238

93 1392 Benton 2980 1174 2742 Van Buren

445 599 566 903 Boone

641
1338 570 1268

Washington 1317 2658 1587 2594 153 842

56 613 Bradley

White

811 1694 967 2129 Calhoun 244 654

59

Woodruff 581

549 990 393 1397 Carroll 735 1205 804

1554 738 1621 Chicot

430 269 172 670 Clark 753 1232 541 1360

Totals

44800 81142 40701 88654 Clay 627 1195 670 1332 Plurality

36359

48394 Cleburne 205 520 206 697

Per cent. 35.03 63.45 30.60 66.66 Cleveland 286 876 167 772 Scattering

1924

3611 606 Columbia

1440 358 1373
Whole vote.. 127866

132996 Conway

805 1635 7161 1598 Craighead

489
1326

The scattering vote for President in 1900 432 1546

includes: Wharton Barker (Pop:), 972; Crawford

1060 1449 1353 1851 Crittenden 381

John G. Woolley (Pro.), 584; Seth Ellis 327

128 672 Cross 312 638 200

(Union Reform), 341; Debs (Soc.), 27.

918 Dallas 514 746 370 675

VOTE ON STATE TICKET, 1900. Desha

168 328 126 351 Drew 569 1099 345

993 Secretary of State John W. Crockett Faulkner

682 1191 673 1390 (Dem.), 117,406. Franklin

485 1367 602 1130 Auditor-T. C. Monroe (Dem.), 117,076 Fulton

397 984 415 984 Treasurer-Thomas E. Little (Dem.), Garland

708 940 850 1507 117,282. Grant

175
574

137 637 Attorney-General-George W. Murphy Greene

419 1091 422 1296 (Dem.), 117,288. Hempstead 1330 1352 1288 1793

Associate Justice-Carroll D. Wood Hot Spring 423 763 289

958

(Dem.), 117,959. Howard 585 986 279 903 Land Commissioner-J.

W.

Colquitt Independence 782 1526 667 1550

(Dem.), 115,906. Izard

381

1119 437 1313 Commissioner of Agriculture-Frank Jackson

598 1050 5941 1112 Hill (Dem.), 116,388,

Mc

Kinley..

779

Bryan...

Davis.
Jeff

Remmel
H. L.

1087

1209 / Yell

798)

318

THE

TRIBUNE

ALMANAC FOR

1901.

Mc-
Kinley.

Bryan.

Gage....

Maguire

1828

ARKANSAS—(Continued).

CALIFORNIA-(Continued). Superintendent of Public Instruction-J.

| PRESID'T. GOV'RNOR. J. Doyne (Dem.), 117,745. Railroad Commissioners-F. M. Hanley

1900.

1898.-(Dem.), 112,272; Abner Gaines (Dem.),

Rep. Dem. Rep. Fus.

Counties 109,882; J. G. Wallace (Dem.), 109,065.

(57).
VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1900.
I. P. D. McCulloch (Dem.), 17,066; T. O.
Fitzpatrick (Rep.). 6,496.

II. J. S. Little (Dem.), 13,792; E. H.
Vance (Rep.), 6,522.

Riverside

2329 1134 2118 1518 III. Thomas C. McRae (Dem.), 14,945; Sacramento 5506 4325 5689 3414 Ben. M. Foreman (Rep.), 8,661.

San Benito.. 724 786 738 984 IV. Charles C. Reid (Dem.), 12, 266; San Ber'dino. 3135 2347

2688 2506 Samuel Davis (Rep.), 6,556.

San Diego 3800 2678 3496 3253 V. Hugh A. Dinsmore (Dem.), 13,924; U.

San Francisco 1 352081 25212 26719 25098 S. Bratton (Rep.), 8,885.

San Joaquin. 3318 2873

3894

3018 VI. S. Brundidge (Dem.), 12,256; Charles S. L. Obispo. 1564 1713 1657 Cole (Rep.), 5,527.

San MC.20... 1645 914 1587 1098
LEGISLATURE OF 1901.

S'ta Barbara. 1988 1599 2072 1736
Santa Clara.. 7107 4607 6821

4883 Senate. (House. Jt. bal. Santa Cruz.. 2173 1635 3149 2081 Republicans

0
2

2
Shasta

1681 1948 1598 2018 31

97 Democrats

128 Sierra

702 436 757 480 0

1 Populists

1
Siskiyou

1898

1668 1737 1722 Dem. majorities.. 31

94 125
Solano

3114 2262 3304 2262 Sonoma

4381 3517 4063 3587 VOTE OF THE STATE SINCE 1892. Stanislaus

1058 1270 1127 1336 Sutter

819 642

880 704 Rep. Dem. Pop. Plu.

Tehama

1210 1138 1088 1170 1892 -President 46884 8705711831 40698 Trinity

544 485 687

584 1894-Governor 26085 748092454148724 Tulare

1755 2246 1725 2245 1896—Governor 35836 91124 13900 55288 Tuolumne

1309 1530 1219

1598 1896-President 37512110103

72591 Ventura

1708 1333 1644 1369 1898—Governor .. 27524 75362 833247838 Yolo

1510 1687 1695

1651 Yuba

1179
971|| 1237

104 CALIFORNIA,

Totals

165346124626 148354 129261 PRESID'T. GOV'RNOR. Plurality

40720

19093 1900.

Per cent. --1898.

54.56 41.12 51.68 45.03 Scattering

13081 Rep. | Dem. Rep. | Fus.

Whole vote.. Counties

303053

277064 (57).

The scattering vote for President in 1900 included the following: Debs (S. L.), 7,572; Woolley (Pro.), 5,024; others, 485.

VOTE ON STATE TICKET, 1898. Alameda

14324 6677 12080 8308

69 Alpine

15

64 28 Lieutenant-Governor.-Jacob H. Neff Amador

1384 1200 1351 1304 (R.), 146,323; Edward I. Hutchinson Butte

2322 2011

2245 2012 (Fus.), 118,921; James Andres (S. L.), Calaveras

1600 1288 1609 14328,784; Robert Summers (Pro.), 6,307. Colusa

618
1075

634 1070 Secretary of State.-Charles F. Curry Contra Costa. 2165 1549 1893 1472 (R.), 131,447; R. A. Thompson (Fus)., 129,Del Norte

334 291 354 205 510; Emil Liess (S. L.), 8,386; J. W. El Dorado

1193 1406 1340 1428 Webb (Pro.), 7,770. Fresno

3585 3300 2783 3400 Controller.-E. P. Colgan (R.), 149, 128; Glenn

494 737 828 561 T. W. Maples (Fus.), 110,889; T. L. HierHumboldt

3902 1698 3171 2207 lihy (Pro.), 7,017; John Robertson (s. L.), Inyo

396 505 478 508 7,585. Kern

1692 1900 1723 1886 Treasurer.-Truman Reeves (R.), 141,Kings

1632 872 918 898 545; William S. Green (Fus.), 118, 108; C. Lake

584 746 627 757 B. Williams (Pro.), 6,926. Lassen

519
326

558 438 Attorney-General.-Tirey L. Ford (R.), Los Angeles.. 19200 13158 14983 12052 127,703; H. P. Andrews (Fus.), 117, 107; J. Madera

764 737 558 565 H. Blanchard (Pro.), 10,636; A. F. StrawnMarin.

1681 904 1345 945 Hamilton (S. L.), 7,144. Mariposa

505 717 521 747 Surveyor-General.-M. J. Wright (R.), Mendocino 2192 1861 2004 2188 138,014; 1. H. Mulholland (Fus.), 116,479; Merced

811 1081 801 1074 G. Spurrier (Pro.), 8,886; J. G. Smith (s. Modoc

446 532 375 549 L.), 8,753. Mono

284 258 335 241 Superintendent of Public Instruction.Monterey

1964 1825 1995 2050 Thomas J. Kirk (R.), 142, 120; C. Runckle Napa

2017 1432 1947 1578 (Fus.), 109,071; Fanny M. Pugh (Pro.), Navada

2449 1758 2577 1971 9,619; P. B. Gallagher (s. L.), 5,710. Orange

2155 1777 1992 1781 Placer 2000 1592 2216 1808

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1900. Plumas 640 412 660

544

I. Frank L. Coombs (R.), 21,227; James

[graphic]

Mc-
Kinley.

Bryan.

Goudy.

Orman. Fa#

CALIFORNIA-(Continued).

COLORADO—(Continued). F. Farraher (D.), 16,270; Charles F. Clark

PRESID'T. GOV'RNOR. (R.), 310.

-1900.

-1900. II. Samuel D. Woods (R.), full term, 23,019; Samuel D. Woods (R.), unexpired

Rep.
Rep. | Dem.

1 Fus.

Counties term, 22,799; J. D. Sproul (D.), full term, 21,851; J. D. Sproul (D.), unexpired term,

(57).
21,917; W. H. Barron (Pro.), 371; scatter-
ing, 29.

III. Victor H. Metcalf (R.), 22, 109;
Frank Freeman (D.), 14,402; Alvin W. Lake

2385 4755 2511 4642 Holt (Pro.), 431; scattering, 1.

La Plata..

900 1844 918 1789 IV. Julius Kahn (R.), 17,111; R. Porter Larimer

2343 2456 2348 2403 Ashe (D.), 11, 742; Joseph Rowell (Pro.), Las Animas. 3832 4204 3833 4140 84; C. C. O'Donnell (Ind.), 1,116.

Lincoln

255 124 252 123 V. Eugene F. Loud (R.), 23,443; J. H. Logan

594 583 598 572 Henry (D.), 17,365; Frederick E. Caton Mesa

1317 1968 1410 1814 (Pro.), 322.

Mineral

208 709 253 653 VI. James McLachlan (R.), 27,081; Montezuma

658 1058 732 989 William Graves (D.), 19,793; James Camp Montrose

220 732

231 721 bell (Pro.), 1,693.

Morgan

723 538 729 512 VII. James Carson Needham (R.), 23,- Otero

1913 2266 1957

2224 450; W. D. Crichton (D.), 18,981; A. H. Ouray

610 1656 664 1552 ilensley (Pro.), 919.

Park

579 940 585 915 Phillips

347 275 354 271 LEGISLATURE OF 1901.

Pitkin

458 2305 550 2177 Prowers

769 633 811 Senate. House. Jt.bal.

600 Pueblo

6028 5877 5837 6089 Republicans

34
60 94 Rio Blanco...

276

391 285 373 Democrats

6
20

26

Rio Grande.. 752 1118 934 925 Rep. majorities. 28

40

68
Routt

575 828 602 796
Saguache
731 1085 782

933 VOTE OF THE STATE SINCE 1892.

San Juan..

362 1135 368 1108 Rep. Dem. Nat.D./ Plu. San Miguel.. 717 1604 747

1538 Sedgwick

256
163
262

155 1892, *Pres.. |118,027|118, 151

124
Summit

394 967 408 929 1894, Gov.... (110,738 111,944|

1,206
Teller

4738 9659 5187 9019 1896, Pres... 146,588 144,766 2,006 1,822

Washington 312 191 315 189 1898, Gov.... 148,354 129,261

19,093
Weld

2786 3386 2726 3053
316 392

317

392 COLORADO.

Totals

93067122733 94056 | 115993 PRESID'T. GOV'RNOR. Plurality

29666

21937 1900.

1900.

Per cent. 42.03 55.44 44.78 55.22

Scattering .:| 5577
Rep.
Dem. Rep.

1 Fus. Counties

Whole vote..! 221377

210019 (57).

1 Fusion of Democrats and Populists.

The scattering vote for President, 1900, included the following: Woolley (Pro.),

3,790; Barker (Pop.), 389; Debs (S. D.), Arapahoe

25169 33754 24622 31257 714; Malloney (S. L.), 684. Archuleta 578 391 581 373

STATE OFFICERS ELECTED. Baca

157 134 159 128 Bent

569 516 564 511 The State officers elected are: Governor, Boulder 3719 5117 3790 5086

James B. Orman; Lieutenant-Governor, Chaffee

1033 1890 1107 1817 David C. Coates; Secretary of State, D. A. Cheyenne

128 97

124

98 Mills; Treasurer, J. N. Chipley; Auditor, Clear Creek.. 761 2309 899 2199 C. W. Crouther; Superintendent of Public Conejos 1853 912

1911

862 Instruction, Mrs. Helen L. Grenfell; AtCostilla

884 453 915 416 torney-General, C. C. Post; Judge of SuCuster

510 8701 515 866 preme Court, R. W. Steele; Regents State Delta

822 1352 855 1281 University, W. H. Bryant, F. E. Kendrick. Dolores

66
412
60 310

The only figures given out by the State Douglas

612 650 628 036 Canvassing Board are on Regents of the Eagle

412
9-13 410 892

State University. The remainder of the Elbert

626
640 660 602

State returns will be canvassed by the El Paso.

7755 6230 7804 5520 Legislature, The vote on Regents--a fair Fremont 2572 3091 2606 2967

index of the vote on the State ticket outGarfield

826 1700

860
1631

side of Governor-is as follows: W. H. Gilpin .. 1371 1498 1418 1471

Bryant (Fus.), 120,308; F. E. Kendrick Grand 171 182

21

(Fus.), 119,059; C. R. Dudley (Rep.), 93,Gunnison

945 1559 1003 1457 655; W. A. Packard (R.), 92,809. Hinsdale

230 595

320

527 VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1900. Huerfano

2272 1022 2281 971 Jefferson

I. Robert W. Bonynge (R.), 41,518; John 1807 2138 1873 2051

F. Shafroth (Sil. R., Fus.), 54,590; S. H. Kiowa 151 144 147 116

Shellenger (Pro.), 1,924; W. H. Leonard Kit Carson.. 381 259 381 259

(S. L.), 487; Nixon Eahart (S. D.), 388; *Dem, and Rep. electors were chosen. Joseph Smith (Mid. Road Pop.), 326.

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