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MONTANA-Continued.

*SUP. CT. JUS. GOVERNOR. ASS'T JUSTICE SUPREME COURT.

-1895

1894-W. H. Hunt, Rep.......

Rep. Pop. A.D. Rep. D&P.Dem. .22,103

Counties. Nor- Max- Ma- Ma- Hol-SturL. A. Luce, Dem.

10,714 (90.)

val. G. W. Reeves, Pop.....

well.honey.jors.comb.de't. . 15,505 Johnson.. 1165 615 163 1404 982 80 Kearney.. 779 1029

925 1741 53 PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT. Keith

186 215 32 190 289 7

K. Paha. 20 247 40 223
Rep. Dem. Pop. Pro. Total.

357 29

Kimball.. 66 64 3 82 94 1892 ....18,851 17,581 7,334 549 44,315

Knox 999 1100

139

912 1205 88

Lancaster 5420 2557 529 6997 4275 221
LEGISLATURE.

Lincoln ..
963 992

990 1086 37 1894 -1892

Logan ..

92 12 105 110 Loup ....

96 Sen. Ho. Jtb. Sen. Ho.Jt.b.

103

112 122

Madison.. 1234 989 445 1404 1509 167 Republicans ..13 44 57 7

33

McPh'son 35 39 8 Democrats ... 5 2 7 9 26

Merrick.. 652 837 106 840 887 60 Dem. & Pop.. 1 2 13

Nance ...
644 765

652 801 People's 2 12 4

3

Nemaha.. 1187 1209 128 1528 1362 1

51 Pop. & I. Rep... 1

Nuckolls. 877 1054 109 1197 1339 50
Otoe .... 1532 1106 723 2080 1868 409
Pawnee

1162 457 93 1361 920 73
Perkins.. 163
231 24 241

291 26 NEBRASKA.

777 1073 43 574 700 60

Pierce 459 490 219 840 1136 34 *SUP. CT. JUS. GOVERNOR.

Platte .. 748 1128 620 993 1794 166 -1895

1894

Polk

693 1208 42 792 1293 45 R. Willow 905

811 58 1001 876 39 Rep. Pop. A.D. Rep. D&P.Dem.

Rich'son. 1992 580 Counties. Nor- Max-Ma- Ma- Hol-Stur

433 2107 1761 210 Rock

312 186 val. well.honey.jors.comb.de't.

40 325 (90.)

282 10 Adams.. 1451 1317 243 1856 1658 67

Saline ... 1401 905 435 2053 1615 207 978

81
872 1154

Sarpy
51

422 542 360 Antelope. 723

670 973

54 Banner ..

Saunders, 1446 1986 167 102 15 175 164

267 1703 2592 93 Blaine .. 57

26
46
65

Scott's BI, 215
62 9

142

36 200 155 30 Boone ... 762 1171 91 974 1126

Seward ..

1435 932 199 1496 1625 140 437

Sheridan.

108 541 B. Butte, 433

467 621

796 102 580 1075 24 73 521 443

Sherman. Boyd 328

616

394 49

629 46 399 719 15
65
308

Sioux
213
406

152

357 Brown ..

27

133 47 144 185 37 Stanton..

59 129 1798 2085

538 334 205 Buffalo... 1471 1814

494 668 95 107 1148 1064 786

Thayer 23

1095 Burt .... 1202

671 248 1587 1180 154 Thomas.. 45

25 350 1252 1903 119

27 928 1344

55 56 9 Thurston. 351 2573 1884 140

387 248 262 313 Cass....2020 1252

572 40 800 773

255 Cedar

804

Valley 984 145

614

716 47 594 793 25

Wash'ton 972
Chase ...

259
202
30 309 233 29

674 327 1141 1291
448
488 128

703

Wayne .. 10

721 Cherry

401 246 780 800

Webster.. 972 83

942 309

379 Cheyenne, 449

460

162 1150 1188 41

57 Wheeler.. 83 1380 1312 135 1713 1637

160 65

15 95 Clay

180 8

York
Colfax ..
525
190

1574 1312
797
714 1088 184

107 1824 1608 66 Cuming.. 911 626 468 938 1410 153

Total Custer 1224 1705

.79156 70566 18636 94613 97815 6985 146 1425 1935 Dakota ..

443
352 290

Per cent..43.27 32.02 10.19 47.47 49.06 3.47 561

589 116 Dawes 613 820

108

Plurality. 8590 777 945 73

3192..

Tal vote Dawson.. 901 1275 75 998 1178

- 182,916 37

-199,355 Deuel 241 176 55 222

367 16 *C. J. Phelps, Dem., 10,214; A. G. WolfDixon ...

849 249 746 950 109 enbarger, Pro., 4,344. Dodge ... 1172 1709 464 1725 2143 131 Douglas.. 9512 4802 4364 10642 10194 603 VOTE FOR OTHER STATE OFFICERS. Dundy 283 332 20 286 273 11

1895.
Fillmore. 1172 1321 125 1647 1660 95
Franklin, 697

823
107
810 906 43

Regents of State University-C. H. MorFrontier.. 622 825 42 735 865 31 rill, Rep., 80,962; A. T. Blackburn, Dem., Furnas ..

1010 1024 123 1141 1107 60 10,682; H. L. Goold, Rep., 81,847; R. KitGage ....

2503 1290 900 3589 2111 480 tle, Dem., 14,895; J. H. Ames, Adm. Dem., Garfield 129 186 12 166 167 6 24, 124;

W. S. Ashby, Adm. Dem., 17,842; Gosper .. 345 510 35 363

605 27 J. H. Bayston, Pop., 53,268; E. W. PeatGrant

79 67 13 70 109 6 tie, Pop., 53,351; J. J. Bryant, Pro., 6,947; Greeley.. 291 546 113 300 641 26

Anna R. Woodby, Pro., 6,297.
Hall 1328 1253 258 1561 1548 65
Hamilton 1185 1165 98 1270 1390 48 PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT.
Harlan... 740 851 98 820

936
23

Rep. Dem. Pop. Pro. Totals. Hayes 297 194 78

305

257 37 Hitchcock 408 521

40 474

1892. ... 87,213 24,943 82,256 4,902 199,314

556 Holt ...

1888....108,425 80,552 -4,226 9,429 202,653 781 1170

165 976 1301 105
Hooker ..
11

1884.... 76,903 54,391
29 2 28
7

2,899 134,193 Howard.. 624 838 130 673 1063

1880.... 64,979 28,523 a3,950 51

87,452 Jefferson, 1181 722 209 1700 1131 178 • Labor. a Greenback.

Butler ..

38

2414

675

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NEBRASKA-Continued.

Rep., 4,293; M. S. Bromfield, Dem., 5,613. REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 501.

Sawyer, Pop., 1,144; W. c. Grimes, Pro., Election 1894.

Surveyor-General-G. N. Folsom, Rep., 1. Strode, Rep., 18, 185; Weir, Dem, and 3,863; A. C. Pratt, Dem., 5,793. Pop., 12,730; Hawley, Pro., 1,078.

Justice Supreme Court-M. A. Murphy, II. Mercer, Rep., 12,946; Boyd, Dem., 8.165; Deaver, Pop., 3,962; Woodbury. PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT. Pro., 393.

Rep. Dem. Pop. Pro. Total. III. Meiklejohn, Rep., 16,531; Hensley, 1892 2.822 711 7,267 85 10,815 Dem., 8,019; Devine, Pop., 11,738; Thomas, 1888 ...... 7,238 5,326

41 12,605 Pro., 851.

1884
7,193 5,578

12,771 IV. Hainer, Rep., 19,493; Alley, Dem.,

1880
8,732 9,641

18,3T3 2,763; Stark, Ind., 16,542; Mrs. Woodward,

REPRESENTATIVES Pro., 905.

IN CONGRESS. V. Andrews, Rep., 16,410; Ashby,

Election 1894. Dem., 875; McKeighan, Peo., Ind., 15,450; Bartine, Rep., 2,774; Riley, Dem., 217; Hubbell, Pro., 651.

Doughty, Pop.2,751; Newlands, SIL. VI. Dougherty, Rep., 14,676; Kern, Sil. 4,581, and Dem., 17,077; Bone, Pro., 891.

LEGISLATURE.
LEGISLATURE.

-1895

Sen. Ho.Jt. bal. -1894-1892 Republicans

3 12 15 Sen.HO.Jt.bal. Sen. Ho.Jt. bal. Silverites

17 Republicans.. 25 72 97 15 47 62 Independents

3 1 Democrats... as 8 5 12 17 *Peo. Ind.... 8 20 28 14 40 54 * Indorsed by Democrats.

NEW-HAMPSHIRE, a Four Dem, indorsed by Peo. Ind.

GOVERNOR.

_*1894 --1892 NEVADA.

Rep. Dem. Pro. Rep. Dem.Pro. Counties Bu

McKinGOVERNOR

(10). siel. Kent.K'les. S'th. ney.Carr. -1894 -1892 Belknap 2722 1940 184 2566 2437 133

Rep. Dem. Pop. Sil. Rep. Dem. Carroll 2373 2044 90 2123 2220 105 Counties. Cleve-Win-Peck Col- Win Cheshire ..3652 2012 123 3835 2929 107

(14.) land.ters. ham.Jones.cord.ters. Coos .....2609 2502 67 23092542 51 Churchill 70 8 13 94

83

Grafton .. 1980 3711 239 4561 4676 206 Douglass : 233 4 17 147 255

202 Hillsb'gh. . 10449 7173 319 9495 8781 22 Elko

51 765 649

799

Merrimack 6351 5101 335 5862 5854 278 Esmeralda. 125 23 6 289 486 304 Rock'ham, 6507 4916 199 6038 5880 195 Eureka

8 20 450 507 435 Strafford 4547 3016 106 4557 4195 136 Humboldt 210 38 86 736 319 464 Sullivan 2301 1544 88 2330 1987 66 Lander ... 131 68 31 219 288 273 Lincoln

23

107 225 253 270 Total ..46491 33959 1750 43676 41501 1546 Lyon

17 23 387 352 343 Per cent. 55.99 40.90 2.11 50.18 47.68 1.77 Nye 39 11 14 160 150 150 Plurality 12532

2175 Ormsby 433 23 8 405 612

299 Total vote -83,032

-87,042 Storey 744 215 59 676 1524 1102

* Epps (Pop.), 832. Washoe

171 271 499 846 837 Wh. Pine. 233

5 171 277 209

PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT. Total ..3861 678 711 5223 6601 5791

Rep. Dem. Pop. Pro. Total. Per cent..36.86 6.47 6.79 49.87 53.27 46.27

1892. 45, 658 42,081 292 1,297 89,328 Plurality.

1362 810

1888.. 45,728 43,456 *42 1,593 90,819 Tot'l vote -10,473 -12,392

1884. 43,250 39,187 a 1,571 552 84,500 OTHER OFFICERS VOTED FOR. 1880..... 44,852 40,794 a528

... 86,174 1894.

• Labor. a. Greenback. Lieut.-Governor J. F. Emmitt, Rep.

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 4,088; R. Sadler, Dem., 5,967.

Election 1894. Sec'y of State-E. D. Vanderleith, Rep., 3,681; Eugene Howell, Dem., 5,559; L. S.

I. Sulloway, Rep., 22,730; Nash, Dem., Bridges, Pop., 745.

16,507; Carr, Pro., 734; Whittier, Pop..

401. Controller-0. H. Grey, Rep, 3,342; C. A. La Grave, Dem., 5,019; C. H. Steele,

II. Baker, Rep., 23,416; McDaniel, Pop., 1,090; D. H. Hall, Pro., 632.

Dem., 17, 122; Heald, Pro., 766; Blodgett, Treasurer-G. W. Richard, Rep., 3,624;

Pop., 272

LEGISLATURE.
W. J. Westerfield, Dem., 5,326; W. G.
Thompson, Pop., 823; G. W. Dungan,

1894

1892 Pro., 221.

Sen. Ho Jb. Sen Ho. b. Att'y-General-J. D. Torreyson, Rep., Republicans ..21 262 283 15. 210 225 3,484; R. M. Beatty, Dem., 5,007; G. S.

Democrats ... 3 101 104 9 148 157

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85

... 241

69

... 135

.. 216 ..... 233

.. 818

NEW-JERSEY,
GOVERNOR.

GOVERNOR.

& ASSEMBLY. 1895

1892

-1895Rep. Dem. Pop. Pro. Lab. Rep. Dem. Pro. Pop. Lab. Rep. Dem. Pro. Counties. Mc- El Wil

Kenne(21). Griggs. Gill. lis. bur. Keim. Kean. Werts. dy. Bird.Keim. Atlantic

3853 2482 63 218 17 3310 3022 242 35 16 3898 2392 224 Bergen

6083 5331 29 119 119 5098 5791 124 11 31 6167 5305 126 Burlington 7312 5106 128 367 21 7053 6688 485 30 17 7307 5047 374 Camden

12785 6696 84 474 114 11153 9890 451 37 31 12844 6607 527 Cape May.... 1599 1050 16 134 11 1437 1357 182

3 1549 1073 129 Cumberland. 5316 3235 487 493 25 5605 4667 686 63 25 5229 3303 530 Essex

29397 22621 224 747 843 30148 28962 733 103 204 29697 23544 889 Gloucester

4065

2929 44 225 11 3804 3497 207 12 6 4047 2812 210 Hudson

20943 26847 48 333 1117 24526 30883 268 116 463 21968 26581 3+1 Hunterdon .. 3448 4137 96 443 23 3587 4971 631 68 20 3587 4053 461 Mercer

11100 7878 115 307 64 9970 9196 393 74 11 11169 7896 327 Middlesex 7241 6487 34 160 124 6247 7838 235 43 49 7304 6500 171 Monmouth 8197 7836 55 340 43 7744 8966 523 22 10 8192 8190 333 Morris

6063 4351 226 465 25 5735 5782 670 118 9 6046 4492 476 Ocean 2652 1223 21 136 10 2608 1570 162 14 3

2401 1272 173 Passaic

11613 8569 32 316 1108 11629 10856 332 20 211 11046 8132 353 Salem 3331 2845 24 212

3159 3191 271 13 8 3228 2908 230 Somerset 3458 2828 21 164 10 3321 3376 218 5 1 3427 2840 162 Sussex

2668

2639 39 155 15 2421 3143 189 20 7 2694 2560 165 Union

8401 6887 46 293 411 7581 8406 301 25 187 8559 6761 315 Warren

3375 4023 69 560 24 3226 5145 447 61 26 3485 3883 602

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12

Total .162900 136000 1901 6661 4147 159632 167257 7750 894 1338 163842 136252 7138
Per cent 52.28 43.64 0.61 2.14 1.33 47.33 49.65 2.30 0.26 0.40 53.33 44.34 2.33
Plurality.....
26900

7825

27590 Total vote.. -311,609

-336,871

-307,232a The highest vote given for one of the candidates on each ticket is noted. VOTE FOR STATE SENATORS. OCEAN.- R. B. Engle, R.

PASSAIC.-b Rob't Williams, R. 1895.

SALEM.-a John C. Ward, R. ATLANTIC.-Hoffman, Rep., 3,472; Os

SOMERSET.-a L. A. Thompson, R. good, Dem., 2,836; Adams, Pro., 202; Ja

SUSSEX.-b Jacob Gould, R. cobs, Pop., 49.

UNION.-a F. M. Voorhees, R.

WARREN.-a C. F. Staats, D. BERGEN.- Johnson, Rep., 6,287; Doremus, Dem., 5,168; Mowbray, Pro., 117.

a Term expires 1897. b Term_expires

1898. c Term expires 1899. R Republic CUMBERLAND.-Stokes, Rep., 5,231;

cans. D Democrats. Composition of SenLudlam, Dem., 3, 154; Randolph, Pro., 494;

ate, Republicans 18, Democrats 3. Starkweather, Pop., 602. HUDSON.-Salinger, Rep., 21,474; Daly,

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. Dem., 26,033; McCracken, Pro., 350;

Election 1894. Campbell, Lab., 1, 120.

1. Goudenslager, Rep., 24,462; Ferrell, MERCER.-Skirm, Rep., 10,684; Ber Dem., 12,082; Wilcox, Pop., 1,641; Gilbert, gan, Dem., 8,113; Norcross, Pro., 306; | Pro., 1,731; Kreck, Lab., 194. Abrams, Pop., 114; Keitz, Lab., 64.

II. Gardner, Rep., 22,641; Haines, MORRIS.-Vreeland, Rep., 5,974; Mc Dem., 12, 900; Ellis, Pop., 630; Joslin, Cracken, Dem., 4,448; Hedges, Pro., 446; Pro., 1,278. Mulligan, Pop., 224.

III. Howell, Rep., 18,403; GeissenhainOCEAN.-Engle, Rep., 2,475; Irons, er, Dem., 14,427; Merritt, Pop., 412; LanDem., 1,299; Lippincott, Pro., 155.

ning, Pro., 791; Weigel, Lab., 265.

IV. Pitney, Rep., 16, 116; Cornish, Dem., SENATE OF 1896.

14,709; Barrick, Pop., 507; Ramsey, Pro., ATLANTIC. - S. D. Hoffman, R.

1,686. BERGEN.-c Wm. M. Johnson, R.

V. Stewart, Rep., 16,441; Demarest, BURLINGTON.-b Wm. C. Parry, R. Dem., 10,469; Parsons, Pro., 540; Ball, CAMDEN.-a M. A. Rogers, R.

Lab., 2,510. CAPE MAY.- E. L. Ross, R.

VI. Parker, Rep., 23,219; English, CUMBERLAND.-C E. C. Stokes, R.

Dem., 14,746, Buchanan, Pop., 798; Gray, ESSEX.-a G. W. Ketcham, R.

Pro., 503; Walker, Lab., 836.
GLOUCESTER.-a D. J. Packer, R
HUDSON.-c Wm. D. Daly, D.

VII. McEwan, Rep., 23,503; Stevens, HUNTERDON.--- R. S. Kuhl, D.

Dem., 23,207; Herrschaft, Pop., 1,193; MERCER.-C Wm. H. Skirm, R.

Burger, Pro., 299. MIDDLESEX.-b C. B. Herbert, R.

VIII. Fowler, Rep., 19,041; Dunn, MONMOUTH.-a J. A. Bradley, R. Dem., 12,805; Pope, Pop., 167; Kennedy,

D.;

NEW-JERSEY-Continued.

NORTH CAROLINA 'ASSEMBLY OF 1896.

STATE TREAS. PREST.1 ATLANTIC.-M. L. Jackson, R.

-1894-1892BERGEN.-Jacob Uhlman, R., and

Rep. Dem. Peo.

Counties. *Fus. Dem. Har.Cleve-WearFrederick L. Voorhees, R.

(96.) W'th.Tate.rison, land. er. BURLINGTON.-George Wildes, R., and Alamance ..1417 1762 1301 1691 337 Joshua E. Barton, R.

Alexander .... 867 418 420 491 CAMDEN.-Louis F. Derousse, R.; Hen Allegany ..... 390 518 358 797 ry S. Scovel, R., and Frank T. Lloyd, R. Anson ........1145 1418 396 1261 372

Ashe

.1685 1397 1460 1366 134 CAPE MAY.-Furman L. Ludlum, R.

Beaufort .....1687 1766 1612 1865 CUMBERLAND.-Thomas F. Austin, Bertie

1308 1424 1309 1610 R., and B. H. Minch, R.

Bladen

1600 1095 1205 1223 321 ESSEX.-Thomas H. Jones, R.; Amos Brunswick 1169 632 446 755 W. Harrison, R.; Alfred F. Skinner, R.; Buncombe .3560 3544 3125 3588 Hayward A. Harvey, R.; Charles B. Dun Burke

.1479 1471 1098 1410

232 can, R.; James A. Christie, R.; Geo. L. Cabarrus .1479 1319 679 1419 819 Smith, R.; David E. Benedict, R.; Albert Caldwell ..1040 1085 614 1172 233 J. Simpson, R.; Charles A, Schober, R., Camden

626

504 483 109 and James J. Hogan, R.

Carteret ......1058 854 613 1211 212 GLOUCESTER.-Solomon H. Stanger, R.

Caswell .1790 811 1522 913

Catawba .. 1932 1627 705 1711 894 HUDSON.-Richard M. Smart,

Chatham .....2670 1488 727 1567 2835 Charles H. Ruempler, D.; John W. Queen, Cherokee ..... 721 719 692 D.; John E. Hewitt, D.; Edward Hoos, D.; Chowan ...... 866 657 882 679 80 Pierce J. Fleming, D.; Joseph P. Mullin,

Clay

353 363 256 883 D.; David H. Cagney, D.; William N.

Cleveland .....1741 1658 722 1788 Parslow, D.; Horace L, Allen, D., and

Columbus .1417 1168 813 1592 Charles T. Bauer, D.

Crave

.1864 1067 1648 1305 HUNTERDON.-William C. Alpaugh, Cumberland .2443 1977 1333 2178 1363 D., and David Lawshe, D.

Currituck ..... 207 633 402 834 114 MERCER.-G. W. McPherson, R.; J. W.

Dare

295 331 356 335 Thorn, R., and E. C. Hutchinson, R.

Davidson .....2353 1774 1837 1928
Davie

1273 675 10577 725 MIDDLESEX.--Geo. H. Tice, R.; Ed

Duplin .. 1902 1444 986 1455 835 ward W Hicks, R.; Andrew H. Slover, R.

Durham .. .. 2079 1599 1264 1490 MONMOUTH.-Chas. A. Francis, R.; Edgecombe ....1878 1844 986 1702 613 Geo. B. Snyder, R., and Alfred Walling, Forsyth .2859 2451 2447 2880 D

Franklin .....2148 2031 993 1741 1381 MORRIS.--Charles F. Hopkins, R., and

Gaston .......1419 1322 1173 1616 380 Joseph B. Righter, R.

Gates
891 819

575

351 Graham ... 252

356 262 339 OCEAN.-Abraham Lower, R.

Granville .1896 1530 1630 1403 PASSAIC.-John King, R.; James Rob Greene

829 834 562 1006

255 ertson, R.; Henry W. Gledhill, R., and Guilford ..2766 2525 2532 2773 Samuel Bullock, Ind. D.

Halifax ..1249 3532 1376 3079

451 SALEM.-Charles W. Powers, R.

Harnett
.1285 1112

650 1222 SOMERSET.-Charles A. Reid, R.

Haywood .....1058 1611 959 1525

Henderson 1370 SUSSEX.-William P. Coursen, R.

783 1197

835

Hertford ......1213 924 843 710 UNION.-Henry C. Clauss, R.; J. Mar Hyde

...... 877

799 430 858 tin Roll, R., and W. R, Coddington, R. Iredell

2227 2065 1524 2282

614 WARREN.-Wm. K. Bowers, D., and

Jackson

1011 578

171 Alfred L. Flummerfelt, D.

Johnston 2006 2496 1036 3135

Jones

AsRepublicans, 43; Democrats, 17.

600 ....... 757

308

671 848 Lenoir

1555 semblymen are voted for at large in each

1289 957 1388 448 Lincoln 1079

617 county.

976 444 Macon

915

893 562 862 236 PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT.

Madison
2036 1295 1718 1118

118 Martin

.1295 Rep. Dem. Pop.

1300 1091 Pro. Total.

154 McDowell

.... 934 *1892.. 156,068 171,042 069 8,131 337,547

959 727 1065

Mecklenburg 1643 1888... 144,344 151,493 7,904 303, 741

3127 1933 3881
Mitchell
......1615

659 1327 1884... 123, 366 127,778 a3,456 6,163 260,753

724

Montgomery ..1228 1880... 120,555 122,565 a 2, 617 191 245,928

Moore .2234

756 839 1011

1509 1460 1674 *Soc. Lab., 1,337. a Greenback.

Nash

2392

1159 476 997 1339

New Hanover..2105
LEGISLATURE.

1670 1500 2408

Northampton .1181 1119 1806 1865 1894-1896 Onslow

744 1050 Sen. Ho.Jt.bal.Sen. Ho.Jt.bal, Orange

379 1137 Republicans.. 16 54

936 1117 70 18 43 61 Pamlico

840 Democrats ..

509 347 6 11

471 3 17 20 Pasquotank .1473

725 1244

801 224 Pender

..1175
910

872 137 Perquímans ..1132

439
834

290 Person

490 NEW-YORK.

.1409

1179 1400 1261 Pitt

.2580 (For State and City Vote gee page 266.)

2038 1221 2052 1394 Polk 642

666 311

490

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NORTH CAROLINA-Continued.

NORTH DAKOTA.
STATE TREAS. PRES'T.

GOVERNOR.
-1894-
1892

-1894-1892Rep. Dem. Peo.

Rep. Dem. Pop. Rep. D&P. Counties. *Fus.Dem. Har.Cleve-Weay Counties.

Kin-Wal Short(96.) With. Tate.rison, land. er.

(39). Allin. ter. lace. Burke.ridge. Randolph .....2770 2104 1883 2077 552 Barnes

850 217 702 687 950 Richmond ....1956 1618 1122 1700 460

Benson

458 83 93 458 210 Robeson. ...1611 1760 1117 2312 842 Billings

64 21 2 50 12 Rockingham ..2714 1828 1961 1784 853 Bottineau

408 228 179 165

310 Rowan 1428 2255 876 2303 794 Burleigh

650 202 216 600 338 Rutherford .2009 1822 1452 1794 252 Cass

.2256 758 727 2122 1654 Sampson .....2622 1272 1225 1299 1619 Cavalier

594
367 345

863 Stanly 896 323 1053 221 Dickey

584 107 566 502 670 Stokes ........1841 1161 1610 1217 215 Eddy

267 83 101 204 193 Surry ...... .2096 1861 1740 1974 63 Emmons

377 193

285 124 Swain 778 403 558 217 Foster

203 65 91 195 153 Transylvania 578 488 502 513 20

Grand Forks..2155 595 713 1512 1676 Tyrrell 487 212 295 242 248

Griggs

345
283 226

368 Union ..1495 1572 572 1798 826

Kidder

172 34

101

212 150 Vance

1916
938 1340 908 801
La Moure.

194 238

324 Wake .4990 3655 1987 3724 2819 Logan

110 10 37

26 Warren ..2419 785 1474 737 861 McHenry

260 57 104 181

119 Washington ..1117 445 692

533
283
McIntosh

440 27

41 273 126 871 839 940 Watauga .....1140

99 McLean

124 32 57 70 111 Wayne ... 2102 2231 1645 2261 856 Mercer

111

6 30 56 Wilkes 1991 1451 1896 1770 127

Morton

731 217

214

535 442 Wilson... 1703 1733 497 2100 1249

Nelson

645

383 431
Yadkin
. 1504 917 1219 1046

165
Oliver

40 16 35
Yancey
857 1006 651 927 143

Pembina 1332 686 920 1082 1538
Pierce

216 22 35 120 59 Total.......... 143,972 123,729 100,846 132,957 44,732 Ramsey

845 296 118

570

503 Per cent......53.78 46.22 35.75 47.37 15.94 | Ransom

745 114 387 592 566 Plurality 20243

32605
Richland .1351 810

156 842 1175 Total vote... -267,701– -280,665

Rolette

328 168 29 294 177 Sargent

577 120

515 • Rep. and Pop.

Stark
534 97 131

361

207 + Bidwell (Pro.), 2,636.

Steele

531 23 313 353 411 Chief Justice: Élected 1894.-W. T. Fair

Stutsman

614
314

265 623 574 cloth, Fusion, 148,344; James E. Shepherd,

Towner

277 192 29 174 229 Dem., 127,593.

Traill

1480 181 296 1002 803 Walsh

1716 999 711 893 2226 REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS.

Ward

345 91 66 186 121 Election 1894.

Wells

450

144 105 152 171 Williams 66 32 12

42

49 1. Skinner, Fus., 16,510; Branch, Dem., 13.546.

Total

23723 8188 9354 17236 18995 II. Cheatham, Rep., 9,443; Woodard,

Per cent......57.48 19.86 22.66 47.57 52.43 Dem., 14,721; Freeman, Pop., 5,314.

Plurality
....14369

1759 III. Speare, Rep., 6,966; Shaw, Dem.,

Total vote... -41265 -3623110,699; Thompson, Pop., 9.705. IV. Stroud, Fus., 18,667; Cooke, Dem.,

STATE OFFICERS ELECTED. 14.355.

1894. v. Settle, Rep., 16,934; Graham, Dem., 14,046; Merritt, Pop., 2, 104.

Lieut.-Governor-John H. Worst, Rep., VI. Martin, Fus., 13,552; Lockhart, 22,910; Ueland, Dem. and Pop., 17,517. Dem., 13,996.

Sec'y of State--C. M. Dahl, Rep., 23,447; VII. Shuford, Fus., 15,383; Henderson, Slette, Dem, and Pop., 16,782. Dem., 13, 124.

Auditor-Briggs, Rep., 22,968; Porter, VIII. Linney, Fus., 18,775; Bower, Dem, and Pop., 16,761; Carlton, Pro., 674 Dem., 15,491.

Treasurer-Nichols, Rep., 23, 119; Nour. IX. Pearson, Fus., 16,869; Crawford, land, Dem. and Pop., 17,086. Dem., 16,734,

Supt, Pub. Inst'n-Emma F. Bates, Rep.

26,089; Laura J. Eisenhuth, Dem. and PREVIOUS VOTES FOR PRESIDENT. Pop., 20,268.

Insurance Comm'r-Fancher, Rep., 22, Rep. Dem. Lab. Pro. Total. 825; Cudhie, Dem, and Pop., 16, 459. 1888.... 134.784 147,902 37 2,789 285,512

Att'y-General-Cowan, Rep., 20.854 1884....125,068 142,952 454 2,608 268,474 Burke, Dem., 8,268; Standish, Pop., 11.030 1880....115,874 124,208 *1136 241,218

Comm'r of Agriculture-Laughlin, Rep. • Greenback.

21, 621; Merchant, Dem, and Pop., 15,881

Arthur, Pro., 661.
LEGISLATURE.

Railroad Comm'r--Currie, Rep., 22.011 -1895

Wamberg, Rep., 20,237; Keyes, Rep.

Sen. Ho.Jt.bal. 19,963; Kennelly, Dem. and Pop., 16, 172 Republicans

18 38 56 Cameron, Dem. and Pop., 16, 169; Stevens Democrats

8 46

54

Dem. and Pop., 15,897; Saunders, Pro. Populists

24 36 60

844.

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