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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBEk 28, 1906
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ALL EYES CENTERED
A National House of Representatives Is to Be Elected With
'386 Members Thirty United States Senators Will Re
tire March 7 th List of Candidates in the Several States
NEW YORK. Oct. 27. A. week from
Tuesday there' wilt be elections In
forty-two stales and three territories.
Oregon, Mai no and Vermont hare al
ready elected state officers and mem
bers or the Sixtieth Congress. In
twenty-threo"ot the states a governor
and ,6ther state officers (In twenty of
them also, a legislature); In ten.
minor state officers or Justices of the
Supreme Court; in two, congressmen
and 'a legislature, and in seven con
gressmen only, are to be elected.
Oklahoma is to vote on a state con
stitution, and Arizona and New Mex
ico on joint statehood.
The terms of thirty United States
Senators fifteen Democrats and
fifteen Republicans expire March 3,
1907. Virginia, Louisiana, Mississippi,
.Kentucky and Arkansas have already
selected Democrats, and Georgia has
a legislature which, will elect another,
while Maine and Oregon have legisla
tures which Insure the return of Re
publicans. Of the twenty-two states
in which Is. to be chosen November C,
.a legislature that will elect United
States senators, fourteen are now
represented iu the Senate by Republi
cans and eight by Democrats.
A National House of Representa
tives is to be elected the Sixtieth
Congress, with SSG members. The
lres,ent House is composed.of 250 Re
imblicans and 13G Democrats. Maine
has already elected four Republicans,
Oregon two and Vermont two.
There is fusion in only one state
Nebraska whare the Democrats and
Populists agreed upon a division of
"the state nominations, though in sev
eral other states the Republican or
Democratic candidates for state of
fices have been nominated or en
ilorscd by one or more of the minor
As usual, there is one state, ticket
the Democratic lt. South Carolina.
Pennsylvania leads this year with the
Krcatest number of state tickets
twjlve. Parties are numerous, those
having tickets in the field being, inde
pendence League, Citizens', Common
wealth, City, Referendum, Jefferson,
American, Anti-Administration Re
publican. Reorganized Republican and
Lincoln Republican. Six of them,
Jiowcver, arc confined to Pennsyl
vania. The Socialists have tickets In
twenty-five states, tho Prohibitionists
in twenty-three. Socialist Labor in
w:-veu. Populists or Peoples' Party In
four, and the Independence League
in three, while "Public Ownership"
has a ticket in one state.
The number of vickets in the .differ
ent states Is: 1, South' Carolina;. 2,
Alabama, Florida, North Carolina,
Tennessee, Washington; 3, Delaware,
Montana, Nevada, North Dakota,
Rhode Island, Utah; 4, Connecticut,
Colorado, Idaho, Michigan, Minnesota,.
Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire,
South Dakota Wisconsin, Wyoming;
S, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, New York,
Ohio; 6, -Indiana, Massachusetts,
Texas; 7, California .12, Pennsyl
vania. The Socialists have tickets In Cali
fornia, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida,
Idaho, Illinois, Indiana. Iowa, Kansas,
Massachusetts; Michigan, Missouri,
Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New
"Hampshire, New York, North Dakota,
Ohio, Pennsylvania South Dakota,
Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin, Wyom
""The Prohibitionists In, California,
Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Ilin
ois, Indiana,. Iowa, Kansas, Massachu
setts Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,
Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York,
Chio. Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin,
"Wyoming. . '
The Socialists' .Labor party in Illln
ols, Indiana, Massachusetts, New
"York, Ohjo, Pennsylvania, Texas.
The Populists or Peoples' In Call-,
ftimla, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas.
The independence League in Cali
fornia, Massachusetts and New York.
Union Labor in California, Penn
sylvania; "Public Ownership" In Min
nesota, Antl-Admlnlstratlon Republl
.can In Alabama, Reorganized Republi
can In Texasand Independent Dcmo
rdratk; in CoforaiB.-!
Th Soclalistsand Prohibitionists
T.&tc abmlnate4candidiitcs for Con--Spgtjajeany
districts and in others
.StoA Unions" "or ,, Federations have,
endorsed Democrats or Republicans
who. are believed, to bo favorable to
The following are the heads of the
state tickets In the different states:
Governor Baxton B. Comer, demo
crat; Asa E. Stratton, antl-admlnls-iratloa
Governor James N. Gillette, repub
lican; Theodore A- Bell, democratic;
James H. Blanchard, prohibition;
William H. Langdon, Independence
league; Theodore A. Bell, union labor;
Carl, Browne, peoples'; Austin Lewis,
Governor Henry A. Butchtel, re
puWIcan; Alva Adams, democratic;
"William D. Haywood, socialist; Ben.
B. Llndsey, independent democrat.
Governor Rollln S. Woodruff, re
publican: Charles F. Thayer, demo
cratic; Ernest D. Hull, socialist
State Treasurer Thomas N. Raw
lins, republican; -Stobert H. Wilson,
Railroad Commissioner R Hud
son Burr, democratic; A. C. Sill, so
Governor V. R,' Gooding, republi
can; Fran O. Stockslager, 'demo
cratic; Silas Luttrel, prohibition; T.
State Treasurers-John F. Smulski,
republican; Nicholas L. Piotrowskl,
democratic: William P. Allin, prohi
bition: Wilson E. McDormut,, social
ist ; John W. Francis socialist labor.
Secretary of .State Fred A. Sims,
republican; James F. Cox. democratic;
Absolem L. Crlm, prohibition; Leroy
B. Swealland, socialist; Theo. Bcr
clne, socialist labor; Jacob W. Clark,
Governor Albert B. Cummins, re
publican; Claude R. Porter, demo
cratic; L. S. Coffin, prohibition; Jno.
E. Shank, socialist; J. L. Hamery,
Governor Edward W. Hoch, repub
lican; William A Harris, democratic;
Jeremiah B. Cook, prohibition; Harry
Gllham, socialist; Horace A. Keefer,
Governor Curtis Guild, Jr., repub
lican; John B. Moran. democratic;
H. Carroll, socialist labor; James N.
H. Carroll, socialist ilbor; James. N.
Carey, socialist; John B. Moran, in
Governor Fred M. Warner, republi
can; Charles H. Ki tumeric?, demo
cratic; R. Clarke Reed, prohibition;
James E. Walker, socialist.
Governor Albert L. Cole, republi
can; John A Johnson, democratic:
Charles W..Dorsett, prohibition; O. E.
Loftus, public ownership.
Superintendent Public Schools
Howard A. Gass, democratic; James
U. White, republican; Miss Rowena
E. Shaner, prohibition; Edward T.
Justice Supreme Court Henry C
Smith, republican; John B. McCler
nan, democratic; H. L. Maury, so
cialist. NEBRASKA, 1
Governor George L. Sheldon, re
publican; Ashton C. Shallengar,
fusion (democrats and Donullsts) :
Harry T. Sutton, Prohibition; -Ellsha
Governor John S narks, dnmnorailp
John F. Mitchell, republican; Thomas
E. Casey, socialist.
Governor Charles M. Floyd, repub
lican; Nathan C. Jameson, democrats
lc; Edmund B. Tetley, prohibition;
William II. McFall, socialist.
uoveraor Charles E. Hushes, re
publican; William Randolph Hearst,
democratic and independence league;
Henry' M. Randall, prohibition ; John
C. Chase, socialist; Thomas H. Jack
son, socialist labor.
Corporation Commissioner Frank
lin McNeill; Robert M. Douglas, re
publican. NORTH DAKOTA.
Governor Elmore Y. 8arles, repub
lican; John Burke, democratic; L. i
Secretary of State Carml A.
Thompson, republican; Samuel A.
Hosklas, democratic;, Alfredi. F.
Hughes, prohibition; Oily J. Henslee,
socialist; Max Elsenberg. socialist la-,
Governorr-Bdwin 8. Stuart, repub
Ucanr Lewis Emery, Jr.. democratic:
Homer L. Castle, prohibition; Lewis
Emery, Jr.. Lincoln republican; Ed
win' 8- Stuart, citizen's; James A
Matirer,- socialist; John Desmond,
socialist labor; Lewis Emery. Jr.,
commonwealth;; Lewis EBary,, Jr.,
union. labor; Edwin S.. Stuart, city;
Louis Emerjv Jr., referendum; Homer
L. Castle, Jefferson.
Governor George H. Utter, republi
can; James H. Hlgglns, democratic;
Bernon E. Holm, prohibition.
Governor Martin F. Ansel, demo?
Governor Coo M. Crawford, republi
can; John A. stransKy, democratic;
Knute Lewis, prohibition; Freeman
Governor Malcolm R. Patterson,
democratic; H. Clay Evans, republi
can; John ii. nay, socialist.
Governor Thomas M. Campbell,
democratic; Carey A. Grey, republi
can: A. W. Acheson, reorganized re
publican; James W. Pearson, prohibi
tion: Georgo C. Edwards, socialist;
A S. Dowler, socialist labor.
Justice Supreme Court1 Joseph E.
Frlck, republican; James W. N. White-
cotton; Thomas Maloney, American.
Justice Buprcme Court Wallace
Mount, republican; C W. Hodgdon,
Governor Jas. O. Davidson, repub
lican; John A. Aylward. demorrnOr.
Ephrain L. Eaton, prohibition; Wln
fleld R. Gaylord, socialist.
Governor Bryant B. Brooks, repub
lican; Stephen A D. Kelster, demo
cratic; George W. Blaine, prohibition:
William L. O'Neill, socialist.
Congressional Arkansas, Georgia,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, .Ma
Congressmen and Legislature New
Jersey, West Virginia,
Oregon elections were held in June
and aMlne and Vermont In. September.
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IN THE PROBATE COURT" OF THE
COUNTY OF" COCHlSEf TERRRI-
TORY ;OF AKIZONAi ,
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION.
In the matter-of the estate of Char
les V. Clark, deceased. Notice Is here
by given that P. M- Buckwalter, ad
ministrator of the state of Charles V.
Clark, deceased, has' filed In. . this
his Final Account and his Petition for
Distribution of said estate and that
"he same will be heard on Tuesday,
tho 30th day of October. A D., 1906, at
10 o'clock lu iU torenoon of said day,
at the courtroom of said court. In the
City of Tombstone, County of Cochise,
Territory of Arizona, and all persons
interested in said estate are notified
then and there to appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the pray
er of said petitioner should not be
Dated October 18th. 1906.
J. E. JAMES, Clerk.
NOTICu OF SAfcE OF HEAL
TATE AT PRIVATE SALE.
Under authority of an Order of Sale
granted by the Probate Court of the
County of Cochise, Territory of Ari
zona, dated the 6th day of October,
19Q0. I will sell at private sale the fol
lowing described real estate: Lot No.
Twelve (12) In Block No. Eleven (11),
of the BIsbee Townslte, Cochlr ""-
ty. Territory of Arizona. T! io
will be mado on or after N "' V
5th, 1906, and bids will be received at
the office of O'Connell &. JT'T-',,''l!.
Schmid-Shattuck Building. Uibhee. Ari
zona', on or before the Cth day of No
vember, 4906. Terms of sale, cash,
ten per cent, payable at the time of
sale and balance upon confirmation
by tho said Probate CourL
Administrator -at tho estate of Mary
Dated October 15th. 1906.
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