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ttHB OFFICIAL CANVASS.
Ofthe Vote in Minnesota, NOT. 7.1376.
The official canvass of the votes cast
at the late election in Minnesota has
been made and we give below tables
showing the vote for Presidential elec
tors as compared with the vote for
Governor last year, and the vote by
Congressional Districts this year as
compared with the Congressional vote
two years ago.
Lac qui Parle
14 Blue Earth.
19 Le Sueur.
25 Hennepin, Anoka,
28 Chisago, Pine, Kan
abee, and Aitkin.
29 Itasca, Carlton,
For Hayes, Republican 72,965
ForTilden, Democrat 48,787
For Cooper, Greenback 2,311
For Smith, Temperance 144
Total vote 124,197
Hayes'plurality over Tilden 24,168
Hayes'majority over ail 21,713
Dnnnell. Waite. Dnnnell. Stacy.
Blue Earth 1,165 'J,'JT6 2,398 2,060
Cottonwood... 38-.J 130 400 68
Dodge 713 602 1,621 702
Faribault 903 758 1,532 727
Fillmore 1,867 1,169 3,779 1,779
Freeborn 1,552 497 2,013 703
Houston 1,477 1,458 1,970 1,463
a so 379 Wi 520 «4
Martin 350 201 623 165
Mower 1,173 J!i!) 1,939 1,044
Murray 163 50 23T 38
Nobles 336 105 488 57
Olmsted 1,599 1,494 2,406 2,031
Rock 355 37 543 44
.Steele 960 680 1,567 945
Waseca 1,032 602 821 1,031
Watonwan 540 259 543 184
Winona 1,77 2,271 S,o01 2,960
16,716 15,721 26,010 16,065
Dnnnell (Rep.), majority, 9,945.
S 2 S
55 S3 ps
Brown 702 773 800 542
Carver H)G 1,075 1,036 1,258
Chippewa 150 101 413 66
Dakota 1,198 1,953 1,325 1.868
Ooodhne 2,195 bTS 3,287 2,056
Kandiyohi.... 617 150 1,382 172
Le Sueur 795 1,671 1,150 1,495
Lincoln 61 io «9 15
Lyon 398 49 521 73
McLeod 628 766 704 .829
Nicollet 801 852 1,122 604
Redwood 260 1(2 417 109
Ronville 6 6 2 397 878 271
Rice,..........1,40 4 1,843 8,38» i,348
Scott 1,026 758 852 1517
Sibley 479 1,028 720 966
Swif 253 29 544 161
Wabashaw.: ..1,81* ,1,526 .2,041 1,640
Total ...... 13,742 13,531 19,730 14,990
Strait (Rep.), majority over Wilder, 4,740.
Wilder and Donnelly, 1861.
Aitkin..,.. ••*.... 24
Big S to
4. R. 1. Smith.
5. T. H. Armstrong.
6. J. P. West.
7. J. P. llemore.
8. W. H. Yale.
9. Burr Deuel.
10. J. V. Daniels.
In 1875, R. P. Humiston: (Temperance) re
•ceived 1,600 votes for Governor.
In 1876, Green Clay Smith (Temperance)
received.,144 votes for President.
11. A. J. Edgerton.
12. J,. E. Wheelock.
13. P. C. Bailey.
14 *M. S. Wilkinson.
15. James McHench.
ie. *W. C. Williston.
17. A. K. Finseth.
18. J. M. Archibald.
20. I. DONNELLY.
21. *Wm. Henry.
22. *E. S. Brown.
23. *C. A. Morton
24. •James Smith, Jr.
25. J. B. Gilfillan.
26. Levi Butler.
Douglas 858 293
Grant 165 26
Hennepin....... 8,998 8,389
Isanti 411 118
Kanabec 75 20
Lac qui Parle.... 260 23
Meeker 724 875
MilleLacs 152 135
Morrison 226 208
Otter Tail 885 621
Pine 17S 135
Polk. 176 25
Pop 680 80
Ramsey 1,721 3,751
St. Louis 758 186
Sherborne 224 1 327
Stearns 1,119 1,790
Stevens 77 38
Todd 289 80
Wadena 27 2
Washington 1,254 1,343
Wilkin 101 63
Wright. 795 1,148
Yellow Medicine 527 49
18,179 15,860 22,823 20,727
Stewart (Rep.), majority, 2,096.
List of the Law Makers foi 1877.
The following are the divisions of
the Senatorial and Representative Dis
Lake, Cass, and
30 Sherburne, Benton,
Wing, and Mille
34 Nicollet and Ren
36 Sibley andMcLeod.
37 Redwood, Brown,
38 Martin, Jackson,
wan, Rock, Cot
39 Douglas, Pope,
and Big Stone.
40 Kandiyohi, Swift,
11 Otter Tail, Wilkin,
na, Todd, Polk,
Below will be found the list of Senators and
Representatives elect. Democrats with a
S E N A O S
1. John McNelly.
C. H. Conkey.
3. C. G. Edwards.
W. J. McSpadden.
*M. J. McDonnell.
J. A. Eberhard.
H. C. Grover.
J. M. Wheat.
D. W. Rathbun.
P. M. Moaher
S. J. Sanborn.
H. A. Brown.
J. L. Gibbs.
U. G. Emmons.
S. P. Child.
H. H. Gilman.
S. W. Johnson.
*0. F. Buck.
*J. M. Cole.
T. W. Phelps
E. P. Whiting.
George. W. Pugh.
L. G. Nelson.
K. F. Way.
Ceo. W. Buffum*
J. A. James.
W. P. Jones.
Wm. Webb, Jr.
L. H. Garrard,
G. R. Hall.
*S. L. Campbell.
H. B. Wilson.
B. C. Grover.
O. P. Huleback.
T. G. Pierson.
J. H. Pettys.
W. H. Scriver.
A. W. McKinstry.
S. 3. Coe.
E. C. Knowlea.
*P. S. Cardner.
D. B. Truax.
E. G. Rogers.
*M. H. Sullivan,
*A. A. Osburne.
*J. W. Callender.
L. A. Huntoon.
O. W. Erickson.
*J. M. Gilman.
*B. Magoffin, Jr.
G. W. Putnam.
G. H. Johnston.
W. H. Rouse.
J. H. Clark.
A R. Hall.
A. J. Smith.
W. A. Bentlv.
S. G. Fulton.
C. A. Gilman.
A. P. Peterson.
E. J. Cutts.
•W. H. Mills.
27. R, B. Langdon.
28 W. H. C. Folsom.
29 E. G. Swanstrom.
30 •L. Mayo.
32 J. N. Stacy.
33 •C. H. Lineau.
34 *J. T. Schoenbeck. J. Lundeen.
W J. Bean.
35. J. M. Waldron.
36. *flenry Poehler.'
37. S. A. Hall.
38.1- P. Durfee.
39. Knute Nelson.
*W. T. Bonniwell.
H. N. Rice.
C. H. Smith |fe
M. A. Wollan.
40. A. B. Robbins. J. P. Jacobson
41. H. G. Page. S. G. Comstock
Republican majoriiy.. 13
Republican majority on joint ballot
The gods have a curse for him who
willingly tells another the wrong road.
Some inclinations become manifest
slowly, like the sunward creeping of
A man must make some sort of de
cent toilet, in words as well as in cloth
There is a great deal of unmapped
country within us, which would have
to be taken into account in an expla
nation of our gusts and storms.
The subtly varied love drama be
tween man and woman is oftea such
as can hardly be rendered in words
put together like dominoes, according
to obvious fixed marks.
The finest child-like faces have a
consecrating power, and make us shud
der anew at all the grossness and base
ly wrought griefs of the world, lest
they should enter here and die.
In many lives there is much, not
only of error and lapse, but of a cer
tain exquisite goodness which can
never be written nor even spoken,only
divined by each of us, according to
the inward instruction of our own pri
One may spend a good deal of energy
in disliking and resisting what others
pursue, and a boy who is fond of
somebody else's pencil case may not
more energetic than another who is
fond of giving his own pencil case
Who is so much cajoled and served
with trembling by the weak females of
a household as the unscrupulous male,
capabl*,if he has not iree will at home,
of going and doing worse elsewhere
Is this world and all the life on it
only like a farce or a vaudeville.where
you find no grand meaning? Why,
then, are there tragedies, and grand
operas, where men do difficult things
and choose to suffer.
Not his the gambler's passion, that
nullifies apppetite, but a well-fed leis
ure, which, in the intervals of win
ning money in business and spending
it slowly, sees no better resource than
winning money in play, and spending
it still more showily reflecting al
ways that Providence had never man
ifested any disapprobation of the
amusement, and dispassionate to leave
off if the sweetness of winning much
and seeing others lose had turned to
the sourness of losing much and see
ing others win. For the vice in gamb
ling lay in losing money at it.
A human life, I think, should be
well rooted in some spot of a native
land, where it may get the love of
tender kinship for the face of earth,
for the labors men go forth to, for the
sounds and accents that haunt it, for
whatever will give that early home a
familiar, unmistakable difference
amidst the future widening of knowl
edge a spot where the definiteness of
early memories may be inwrought
with affection, and kindly acquaint
ance with all neighbors, even to the
dogs and donkeys, may be spread, not
by sentimental effort and reflection,
but a sweet habit of the blcod.
The True Story of a Doll.
From St. Nicholas for December.
iuA year ago, a young girl, one of the
teadliers in a school in a great city,
bade good-bye to the children aud
went home. The children laughed a
great deal, and the story went about
how that Miss Nelly was going to be
married soon, and was going home to
learn how to keep house.
Nelly was one of the merriest girls
in the world. In school or at home,
everpbody tried to sit next to her, to
hear her laugh. Nobody was ever so
friendly or so full of life, they said.
But she was not strong and when she
went home, instead of learning to
keep house, she grew thinner and
weaker day by day, while the doctors
stood helplessly looking on. The mar
riage was put off again and again. At
la3t she could not leave her room.
Yet still people tried to come close to
her the laugh was always ready on
her lids, and the big blue eyes grew
more friendly with each fading day.
It began to be noticed, however,
that she was anxious to sew or knit al
the time, to make something for little
children—soft, white little shirts, or
baby's socks. In the city where she
lived there is a hospital for siqk child
ren, in which there are many "memo
rial beds" given as legacies' by dying
women, or in remembrance of them by
their friends. Nelly had no money to
endow a bed, but her thoughts were
busy with the sick babies.
"I will dress a box of dolls," she
s«id, "so that each can have one on
They gave her the doll, and scraps of
silk and lace, and she worked faith
fully at it with her trembling fingers.
"I will have them ready," she would
But it seemed as if she would not
have even one of them ready, she was
forced so often to lay it down. One
Septemcer night she was awake all
night, and by dawn made them wash
and dress her and give her her work
box and scissors.
By noon the doll was dressed, and
she laid it down, smiling.
An hour or two later, they told her
the end was near. She kissed them all
good-bye. Her face was that of one
who goes upon*pleasantjou*rt*y and,
/holding her mother's hand, she closed
her eyes and went away.
There is the little doll, alone iu its
box. I thought if each little girl who
reads this story would dress a doll
and send it to a poor child in some
asylum or hospital on Christmas morn
ing, that Nelly would surely know of
it, and be glad that she and her loving
fancy had not been forgotten.
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and Blood Purifier is a life-saving
remedy, imparts vigor, health and
strength to the system, purifies and
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WHAT A SMELL
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Why Girls Should Study.
At a dedication of a girls' normal
school in Philadelphia the other even
ing, Judge Pierce told how once the
wife of a man who had been convicted
of larceny as bailee, and whom the
judge had determined to sentence to
18 months imprisonment, had by
her eloquence in a private interview,
induced him to make the term only
four months and a half. The judge
was so impressd with her lady-like
bearing and the force of her appeal
that he asked herVhere she had been
educated. She replied. "In the Girls'
high school." "Thus," said Judge
Peirce, you see the grand results of
education." A ripple which swelled
to a roar of merriment swept over the
audience. "I understand, said the
judge in some confusion, "that the,
laugh is that women should be educat
ed that they may be able to get their
husbands out ©f jail."
An old Physician, retired from active prac
tice, having had placed in his hands by an
East Indian Missionary the formula of a sim
ple Vegetable Remedy, lor the speedy and
permanent Cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung
A&ections, also a Positive and Radical Cure
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Com
plaints, alter having thoroughly tested its
wonderful curatLve powers in thousands of
cases, feels it his duty to make it known to
his suffering fellows. Actuated by this mo
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man suffering, he will send (lree of charge) to
all who desire it, this receipe, with full direc
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A splendid map of the great Northwest is
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Winter is now fairly upon us, and
the teams are hastening to the lumber woods
various parts of the country. Our advice
io every man who goes to the woods, be he
captain, cook, teamster, or any other man, is
to take along a good stock oi Johnson's Ano
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Many months ol labor (in the aggregate) may
be saved by this precaution.
Pimples on the face, rough skin,
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affections cured, the skin made soft and
smooth, by the use of Juniper Tar Soap.
That made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New
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as there are many imitations, madefrom com
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Bad enough to look and feel bad
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you can buy Sheridan's Cavalry Condition
Powders, which given in grain two or three
times a week, will make him look and leel
Make it necessary that you should
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Merrill's, 35 East Third St., St. Paul, is the
place for Books, Albums and fancy goods of
all kinds at the lowest prices. See advertise
Land Owners Without Patents
Should enclose $2, with their re
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a century the YOUTH'S COMPANION, of Boston,
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A TEKRLBLE COUGH!
How often we hear the above re
mark during these extreme changes oi
weather. Colds, Coughs and Sore Throats
were never more prevalent among children
than now. Now we are going to urge you to
try a remedy which has excited comments
by physicians all over the country, who ac
knowledge their surprise at the wonderful
and happy results from its use. Th«t rem
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COUGH CORDIAL. Your own druggists will
tell you that it is the best cough medicine
they ever sold and wiil warrant aeure or
returnyour money to you, in case of a failure,
after using one-half the bottle. It is very
pleasant to the taste, making it a very de
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