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B. H. ADAMS, Publisher.
CAPE GIRARDEAU. - MISSOURI.
The News Condensed.
Important Intelligence From All Parts.
Directors in Chicago of the Colum
btan exposition resolved to dispose of
the 201,000 unsold souvenir half dollars'
Ikspkctob Schaack suspended nine-;
teen Chicago policemen for failure to
perform their duty and three others
were discharged by Chief Brennan for.
misconduct during the election.
' Hundreds of acres of potatoes that
were not dug, acd corn, apples and,
bther farm product that were nof
harvested were frozen by a blizzard,
i Fiftt thousand persons witnessed
the launching of the St Louis, the
largest vessel ever constructed in
America, at Philadelphia. Mrs. Cleve
land christened the steamship.
Forest fires in Arkansas were still
burning fiercely, doing great damage.
Near Edmondson two negroes were
burned to death.
A heavy fall of snow was reported
throughout Illinois, Iowa, Indiana,
Michigan and Wisconsin.
Dahgerocs counterfeit half dollar
were in circulation in Indiana. The
date upon them is 1894 and they are a
trifle lighter than the genuine.
I A general order, commending in'
dividual soldiers for specially meri
torious acts during 1898, was issued by
2iaj. Gen. Schofleld.
Ex-Baxkeb A. A. Cadwaixadeb, oi
Superior, Wis., pleaded guilty of em
Ibezxlement and was sentenced to five
I The general assembly of the Knights
(of Labor met in eighteenth annual ses-
jsion at New Orleans.
The annual report of George A.
Howard, the auditor for the post office
department, shows that the total num-
er of money order offices in operation
June 80, 1894, was 19,520.
The twelfth annual meeting of the
National Baptist congress began at
jack, tiik stuivuk is Bgain ax
(work, in Denver. A Japanese girl of
ill repute was his third victim. .
i Bill Cook and his robber band held
tip a Missouri, Kansas fc Texas train
near Muskogee. L T. They were un
isble to enter the express car, but re
lieved the passengers of their valu
Secretary Carlisle issued a call for
bids for 550,000,000 5 per cent, ten year
Thb schooner John Shaw with its
crew of seven men was wrecked ofl
At Renova, Miss., a colored coaple,
Harvey Owsley and wife, were burned
to death in their cabin, which caught
from a forest fire.
' John Karel, of Chicago, consul at
Prague, has been made consul general
at St Petersburg, and Carl Jonas, of
Wisconsin, will succeed him at Prague.
Forest fires in north Mississippi,
west Tennessee and eastern Arkansas
continued to rage with unabated
vigor, doing immense damage.
' The annual report of the postmaster
general shows that the total number
of pieces of mail handled was 10,634,'
X34.25S, in which but 1,281,094 errors
Eight persons were known to have
perished in the forest fires in Ten
An epidemic of typhoid fever wai
raging in the Nebraska institute foi
the deaf and dumb at Omaha.
The business portion Ithaca, of Neb.,
was destroyed by fire.
The Eagle, the senior republican or
gan of western Michigan, after half a
century of publication ceased to exist
at Grand Rapids.
Allen Prime, of Louisville, Ky.,
tried to kill his wife and mother-in
Jaw, wounded his sister-in-law and
then shot himself.
Gov. Alto eld appointed Elijah P.
Ramsay state treasurer of Illinois tc
fill the vacancy occasioned by hit
Twenty negroes left New York foi
Liberia, the advance guard of an armj
of 4,000 awaiting means of deporta
Moses Christopher, the negro whc
assaulted Mosselle Carter, the 7-year
old child, two months ago and who wac
arrested, tried and convicted the same
day of the crime, was hanged at Bow
ling Green, Vs.
The cotton growers' convention ai
Montgomery, Ala., organized a na
tional association for the protection oi
their interests. The cotton crop thii
year was estimated at 9.250,000 bales.
Lawyer Walter D. Allen, of Phil
adelphia, pleaded guilty of embezzling
924,000 belonging to his clients.
Emanuel Otto, a wealthy farmei
living near Morton, Minn., was killed
"by robbers, who rifled his money chest
Joseph Conrad fatally wounded
John Marts at ZIonsville, Ind., and
narrowly escaped lynching at the
hands of citizens.
Enraged by his failure to secure re
appointment as clerk, G. K. Whit
worth, of Nashville, Tenn., killed
Judge Allison and shot himsslf.
The body of William Sturges, oi
Chicago, was incinerated at the Pres
byterian crematory in Newtown, L. L
Twelve men concerned in the lynch
ing of John and Monroe Evans in Cul
lum, Ala., in 1891, were arrested.
William Dawson, a storekeeper at
Smith's Ferry, a. was killed by a shot
gun he had set for burglars and for
gotten. At the annual session in New York
of the National Baseball league N. E.
Young was reelected president for a
term of three years. 1
Henry Binder, a retired business
man of Ann Arbor, Mich., was burned
to death in his barn by th explosion
of a lantern.
At Plymouth, Pa., fire destroyed a
'breaker and its outhonses with all
machinery, the loss being 160,003-
Twenty students cf the Bible col
lege of Kentucky university at Lex
ington were seriously ill with typhoid
fever, caused by drinking impure
rater, and three had died.
Seven men were under arrest at
Ridgway, Pa., for attempting to de
stroy the family of a miner who would
The schooner Antelope, of Chicago,
capsized at Grand Haven, Mich., and
the three men comprising her crew
For the ten months ended with Oc
tober the exports of merchandise from
the United States were $600,160,048
gainst 8090,987,854 for the correspond
ing period of 1893. The imports were
6563,271,016, against 677,060.694 in lS9a
A forest fire that started from a
sawmill west of the mining camp of
ard, tJoL, Had done fully 82,000,000
damage and was still spreading.
Sheffield, an Iowa town of 1,000 in
habitants, was almost entirely wiped
out by fire.
Three children of Jeff Ravnor, left
alone in the house at Oakland, Tenn.,
were burned to death and the building
Unknown persons made two attempts
to wreck the midnight passenger train
over the Chicago & Alton road at
Government officials unearthed gi
gantic frauds perpetrated at the open
ing of the Cherokee strip to settle
ment Jay Hicks, who murdered Ranch
man Meyers in South Dakota and near
ly killed the sheriff, was hanged at
Iron Nation, the head chief of the
Lower Brule Sioux, die i in the reser
vation in South Dakota of pneumonia,
aged 90 years.
By .the cracking of a mud drum at
muck bar mill in Muncie, Ind., five
men were dangerously scalded. Three
In his address before the Knights of
Labor at New Orleans General Master
Workman Sovereign urged the abo
lition of state militia and a decrease
of the army.
The annual report of R. A. Maxwell,
fourth assistant postmaster general,
shows that the total number of post
offioes in operation in the United
States on June 80 last was 69,805. Of
these 00,877 were fourth-class offices
and 8,428 presidential. Daring the
Tear 3,130 post offices were established
and 1,734 discontinued. The total num
ber of appointments during the year
Five hundred inmates of the In
diana home for feeble minded children
were exposed to scarlet fever and ten
cases had developed.
Edith Eldeb killed Frank Quinn, a
well-known young man at Stockton,
CaL. because he refused to marry her.
Operators drilled in an oil well near
Gibsonburg, O., which yielded 2.C00
barrels of oil daily.
Paymaster Smith in his report to
the secretary of war opposes withhold
ing a part of the wages of soldiers.
At the annual meeting in Washing
ton of the Association of American
Agricultural Colleges and Experiment
Stations H. E. Alvord, of Oklahoma,
was elected president
Detectives at est Superior, Wis.,
captured a man and woman engaged
in counterfeiting, together with their
Rev. Richard Carroll, aged 89, a
prominent Baptist preacher for sixty
five years, committed suicide by hang
ing at Maynardsville, Tenn.
Storms extinguished the forest fires
in Colorado mining districts. The
damage to property was estimated at
$1,000,000, and several hundred people
were made homeless. j
, There were 270 business failures in i
the United States in the seven days
enaea on toe iota, against zoi me wee it
previous and 233 in the correspond
ing time in 1S93.
The firm of 15. H. Douglass & Sons,
confectioners at New Haven, Conn.,
failed for 8100,000.
Martin V. Strait, a flour and feed
dealer at Elmira, N. Y., shot his wife
and her sister, Mrs. William Whitford,
and himself. Domestic trouble was the
' Dun's weekly review of trade says
gradual improvement is noticeable in
nearly all branches of business.
During a boxing match at Syracuse,
N. Y., Bob Fitzsimmons struck his
mate. Con Riordan, a chance blow
which caused his death.
As the result of a feud Mayor Har
tnan and Henry Lawrence, of Lula,
Miss., were shot and killed by J. W.
A Denver newspaper says a big syn
dicate is scheming to obtain control
of the entire American output of sil
ver. Five fires in one day at Winnipeg,
Man., started by incendiaries, caused
a total loss of $210,000.
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
Col. John A. McCaull, of opera
fame, who fell on the ice and was par
alyzed in Chicago a few years ago, died
at Greensboro, N. C
Myron B. Wright, of Suesquehanna,
congressman from the Fifteenth Penn
sylvania district, died at Trenton, Ont,
aged 47 years.
Gen. Casbtus M. Clay, 84 years old.
and his ward, Dora Richardson, 15
years old, were married at Gen. Clay's
home in Lexington, Ky.
The official vote of the election in
Indiana by congressional districts
gives the republicans a majority of
65,647. For the head of the state tick
et the republican plurality is 47.649.
Judge Allen G. Thurman celebrated
his 81st birthday at his home in Colum
Charles E. Strong, general manager
of the Chicago Newspaper union, died
from paralysis of the heart at his
William H. Mauro, Sr., aired 88, the
oldest odd fellow in Iowa and the old
est living past grand master of the L
O. O. F., died at his home in Burling
The general assembly of Alabama
convened at Montgomery and was
sworn in by Chief Justice Itickell. The
democrats have a two-to-one control 1
in each house- j
The official vote in the Seventh Ken
tucky district gives Owens (dem.) a
plurality of 101 votes.
Official election returns from Con
necticut give Coffin (rep.) for governor
a plurality of 17.6S8.
henry 1S.ESET, ior sixty-nve years
the foremost merchant of Hartford,
Conn., died at the age of 90.
Annie Downing Kent died at North
Andover, Mass.. where she was visit
ing, and her husband, Albert Kent,
died at about the same time at their
home in Hartford, Conn
Mount Vernon, N. H., lost by the
democrats for the first time in ninety
one years, was the scene of a repub
James Liddle, editor and proprietor
of the Preston (la.) Times, committed
suicide by throwing himself in front
of a freight train. No cause was as
signed for the deed.
Rev. Henry L. Kellogg, editor of
the Christian Cynosure, died from in
juried received at the burning of his
home in Wheaton, I1L He leaves a
wife and nine children.
The official vote of Missouri in the
recent election gives Robinson (rep.)
for judge of the supreme court a plu
rality of 3,094.
Robert C Wixtiirop died in Boston
at the age of 84 years. He was the
oldest surviving ex-United States sena
tor from Massachusetts and the oldest
surving ex-speaker of the national
house of representatives, having been
elected to the Thirtieth congress.
Francis A. Teall, who read the
original proofs of Poe'e "Raven" and
"The Bells," died at Bloomfield, N. J.,
Dr. James McCosh, ex-president of
Princeton (N. J.) college, is dead. He
was 83 years of age and a celebrated
Russell Island savages attacked the
French traders' station, killed its oc
cupants and feasted on their bodies.
Novelli & Co., merchants at Lon
don, failed for $500,000.
The body of the late czar reached
St Petersburg and was escorted to the
cathedral by a procession imposing in
length and make-up.
More than 800 persons lost their
lives in an earthquake in Japan. Sa
kata was almost entirely destroyed.
The death of Sir Thomas Matthew
Charles Symonds, G. C. U.. admiral of
the British fleet, occurred in London
at the age of 83 years.
The city of Paris, France, was visited
by a terrific storm and many peopl.
were killed. numerous roors were
blown off, the telegraph lines were
broken down and the provinces were
Bashi-bazouks were reported to
have raided a nuraher of Armenian
villages and to have killed and wound
ed 6.000 persons.
The gold dollar of the United States
will hereafter be the standard coin of
Japan wishes definite proposals
from China for a settlement of the
war before accepting an offer of medi
Floods swept the seaport town of
Liniasol, on the Island of Cypress, de
stroying much property and drowning
The British ship Culmore foundered
80 miles off Spurn Head during a gale
and twenty-two persons were drownc
Thousands of Armenian women wer
subjected to indignities and then put
to death by the Kurds.
Severe earthquake shocks in the
provinces of Messina and Calabria de
stroyed many buildings and injured
From nearly every pulpit in Cleve
land, O., on the 13th, the voice of an
earnest woman was raised in the causs
of temperance. The local ininistersal'
most without exception allowed their
pulpits to be occupied by delegates or
visitors to the convention of the W. C.
1 . L'., in session in that city. 1 he con
gregations were large.
The weekly statement of the asso
ciated banks of New York city, issued
on the 17th, showed the following
changes: - Reserve, increase, 51,304,400;
loans, decrease, 5777,700; specie, in
crease, 8744,400; legal tenders, increase.
81,513.200; deposits, increase, 82,371,'
200; circulation, decrease, 37,600
The executive committee of the
American Bimetallic league has called
a silver conference, to be held at St
Louis, on the 27th, at which the pres
ent situation will be discussed and the
policy hereafter to be pursued by the
friends of free coinage of silver will be
Judge Gibbons, of Chicago, on the
17th, granted the Pullman Car Co. a
change of venue from his court on its
petition filed some weeks ago in the
quo warranto proceedings brought by
the attorney-general. The suit will
probably go before Judge Baker.
The steamer Prince Rupert recently
built at Dumbarton by Denny & Co.
for the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
to ply between Vancouver, B. C , and
Victoria, has been sold to the Chi
nese government to act as a transport
A special cable dispatch from Shang
hai, dated the 17th, says: Should the
Japanese succeed in capturing. Port
Arthur, there can be no donbt that Li
Hung Chang himself will answer for it
with his life.
Mrs. Rebecka Weiss, aged 80, mother
of Mrs. Win. Reeder, was burned to
death at the latter's home, in Peru,
Ind., on the 17th, her clothing igniting
from a match on which she stepped.
Rev. Albert Klein, pastor of St
John's German Evangelical church in
Port Huron, Mich., committed suicide,
on the 17th, by hanging himself to his
bedroom door with a bedcord.
There were 863 casualties with but
four persons killed in the United States
railway mail service during the past
year. The number of cars in nse in
creased 103 during the year.
Tiie famons lace market at Notting
ham, England, was burned on the
17th. The loss is estimated at 150,000.
The New England Home, the weekly
prohibition organ published in. Hart
ford, Conn., has suspended publication.
MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
fit. Louis Mayor Away from Home.
The steamship St Louis, built by the
Cramps for the International Naviga
tion Co., was launched at Philadelphia
on the 12th.
- Mayor Walbridge of St Louis attended the
banquet given after the launching, where many
distinguished people assembled, among whom
were President and Mrs. Cleveland. The may
or s remarks received close attention, and the
members of the Sr. Louis delegation crowded
bout him and offered congratulations. The
president expressed admiration at thesentiT
ment expressed by Mr. Walbridge. and for sev
eral moments there was a comment of inquiry
over the banquet hall. The mayor. It seems.
was in his best vein, and during hta remarks
"We come to bring the greeting of St. Loots
to the president and Mrs. Cleveland and to say
to them that the many personalties of love and
respect which resulted from their visit to our
city some years ago are "till living realities:
;nd to express the hope that the good vessels
wnicn tney launcnea upon the sea of St. Louis
sentiment may return to them laden iwilh
patriotic devotion and personal good will.
"We have come to salute this noble City of
Brotherly Love, and we bring to her the em
braces of her western Bister. '
-To the International Navigation Co, I can
not convey the sentiment of our people better
than by wishing that the ship St. Louis may be
as -stanch and strong' as the social and com
mercial me of that city whose name she bears:
that her course may be as steadily, swiftly and
safely onward as that of the St. Lnuli Maa:
that the ship St. Louis may 'laugh at all disas
ter' as the city of St. Louis braved the finan
cial storm of "93: that she may with ocean
wbtcs ana wninwinas wrestle as successfully
as our city wrestled with the Industrial waves
and whirlwinds of 'M.
' L nttl the time comes for the sentiment of
our people to assume more substantial form,
we must be content to assure you that the
honor you have conferred upon our city meets
wiiu uigu unit sincere appreciation, and to ex
pect our confidence that your noble ship will
add luster to the name we love, and will rarrv
our country's flag into the ports of Christendom
wiiu sucn nonor ana aignity as cent the Chief-
ta vi imuuiis.
A Christian Church Dedicated.
The new tabernacle of the Central
Christian church at Nevada has been
dedicated, Rev. A. Proctor, of Alex
ander, preaching the sermon.
In his discourse Mr. Proctor said church was
made for man rather than man for church, and
that the church nearest right is the church do
ing the most good. The Central church was
organized last February: the outgrowth of
disagreement of members of the old church, on
account of the adoption of objectionable reso
lutions by the board of officers of the old
church. The new tabernable has a handsome
Interior, with a seating capacity for 1.000,
which may be increased to 1,500. It has large
cathedral windows, with three large windows
in front in memory of the late Judge Hampton
P. Gray, who was one of the founders of the
?hurch. Kev. Hcdrick is the regular nastor.
St. Loots Hospitality.
"There is one thing characteristic of
St Louis that I like." said a Boston
commercial traveler while talking to a
few companions at a St Louis hotel
the other evening, "and that is the re
markable hospitality of her people.
iou never hear of a traveler being in
vited to dine with one of his customers
elsewhere, yet such is my experience in
St. Louis. I met and sold one of your
merchants a large bill of goods, and he
afterward suggested that he call with
his wife and escort me to his home for
dinner. I accepted, and was royally
entertained, lliis is remarkable, and
1 do not wonder that St Louis has such
a world-wide reputation as a hospitable,
Gov. Stone's Thanksgiving Proclamation.
The following Thanksgiving procla
mation was issued by Gov. Stone :
Execttcve Department, i
State op Missouri V
City of Jefferson. I
The president of the United States having
lesignated Thursday, the 29th day of Novem
ber, lxtu, as a day of thanksgiving. I do now. in
accordance with a time-honored custom, here
by uppoim ine same aay as thanksgiving day
In this state, and recommend that the people
Df the commonwealth observe the same by ap-
idle rcilljiuus services.
Signed Wn. J. Stone, Governor.
A. A. Lesueur, Secretary of State.
St. James Military Academy.
A jubilee celebration was held the
other day to commemorate the clear
ance of debt from St James Military
academy. .Macon. In spite of the high
reputation of the institution, it has
been for twenty years heavily in
cumbered. Col. F. W. Blees made the
final payment of $G,000 on the school
property, ine aeot, lour years ago
was 522,000, when the school was re
signed by Bishop Ethelbert Talbot, of
Against a Railway Company.
B. J. Geary was given a verdict
gainst the Kansas City, Osceola &
Southern Railway Co. for $4,500 in the
Clay county circuit court In Novem-
ber, 1S92, he was a conductor on the
road, and while riding on an engine, 12
miles from Kansas City, it went over
into the ditch, injuring him so that he
was unable to labor. He sued for 810,
000. The case was from Jackson couny
on a change of venue.
Wants Damages for an Assault.
Harry Sharp, a bill collector, has
brought suit in the Pettis county cir
cuit court against S. T. Lupe, owner of I
the elevator at aedal.a, for 82,500 dam
ages for an alleged assault committed
on Slay 11, 1894. Lupe had employed
sharp to do some collecting', it is al
leged, when a dispute arose in the
former's office, and Sharp was beaten
so that he was laid up for several
Girl Poisoner Sentenced.
Gertrude Stewart, a mulatto girl.
was sentenced to three years in tho
pcntientiary at St. Joseph. The girl
was employed as servant in the family
of Police Omcer Martin, where M. J.
Asbury boarded, and was accused of I
stealing money from Asbury. For re
venge she gave him twenty grains of I
corrosive sublimate in a cup of coffee,
nearly causing his death.
J. B. Pemberton.
J. B. Pemberton, recorder of deeds of
Johnson county, died at Warrensburg,
aged 62. He was elected two years
ago, and was re-elected at the recent
A Child Fatally Bnrned.t
Emma Rice, aged 4 years, was play
ing with matches at the home of her
parents. Twenty-fourth and Sylvania,
fct. Joseph, and was fatally burned.
Judge J. R. Berrln.
Judge J. R. Serrin, a prominent citi
zen of De Soto, died very suddenly a
few days ago of apoplexy. The judge
oaa reacnea his sixty-ninth year.
At St. Joseph Austin Odson was sen
tenced to the penitentiary for three
years for burglary. Several burglaries ,
are traced to the prisoner.
Results of the Official Count of
Robinson's Plurality, 9,094; Kirk's, 3,628;
That of 1893, Bat Greater Than That of 1890 The Voto of 1894 and
1893 Compared The Vote for Congress In Each District Ezeept
One County in the Fourteenth District.
Jefff.rwn City, Mo., Nov. 17. The
yesterday and cast np bv Secretary of
otone. uy invitation of the secretary,
nicycr, two prominent republicans of this city, were present to witness the
count The vote for supreme judge by counties appears below. The vote of
Black, dem.. Robinson, rep., and Jones, pop., appears in the table. The vote.
for Robinson, pro., and Sanderson, socialist-labor, is atrtrretrated. and appears in -
the totals. The vote as cast at the recent
cast for governor in 1892:
Cape G irardcau . . .
St. Louis ,
City of St. Louis....
Orvill D. Jones.
Reuben B. Robinson
Albert E. Sanderson
The Vote for Congressmen.
William H. Hatch. Dem. 15.357
Charles N. Clark. Rep ; 15.786
John M. Landon. Pop 4,270
w. s. L.ittie
Clark's plurality. 429.
U. S. Hall. Dem : 18.039
Charles S. Loomis. Rep 14.178
John C. Good son. Pop 2,761
Hall s plurality. 1.861.
A. M. Dockerv, Dem 16-230
H. G. Orion. Rep 15.890
James C Penny. Pop 4.063
J. C. Hughes. Pro an
Dockery s plurality. 340.
William C Ellison. Dem 14.034
George C Crowther. Rep 1S.6BS
W. S. Missemer. Pop
S. S. Manley. Pro IS8
Crowther s plurality, i.wji.
John C Tarsney, Dem
R. T. Van Horn. Rep
John S. Crosby. Pop
B. P. White. Pro
Tarsney s plurality. 740.
D. A. De Armond, Dem
R. E. Lewis. Rep
A. B. Francisco, Pop..
De Armond s plurality, vi.
John T. Heard, Dem
John P. Tracy. Rep
G. P. Tlppln, Pop.
van B. wisiter, rro
Tracy s plurality. 303.
Richard P. Bland. Dem
In 1892 there were 541.581 votes cast for presi
dent, as against 503.322 forjudge of the supreme
court In 1894, being s decrease of 38,261.
The gains and losses between the several po
litical parties compared with the vote for presi
dent in 1892, are as foUows:
Populist gain J r2
social loot iu --
1. mnTl with the vote for president In
im th shore flenrea show a democratic lost
of 15. per cent, and a republican gain of J per
As compared with the vote for Judge of the
supreme court in 1890. they show s democratic
loss of 9 per cent, and republican gain of 22
The total vote for the offlce of railway sad
warehouse commissioner Is as follows- !
the Vote for State Offiosrs at the
Flory's, 6,337 The Total Tot la That.
official vote of the state was ooened
State Lesueur in the presence of Gov.
Hon. J. C Fisher and Mr. W. A. Dall-
election is compared below with that
Vote for Supremel
Vote for Governor.
ts a ? 03 p
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926 1.024 KM1 1.046 1.998 8
,. 1.SS9 1.988 SW 1311 1.854 S7
.. 1.014 1.K4 1.113 1.157 1.12! l.fKC
. S.737 1,301 831 JJ00 1,415 0
1.819 S.0ST 707 l.06 1.062 ftS
1.494 1.2fi K 1.638 1.4X0 7V
. 3.4M 1.9P3 2K 8.010 2.166 1.5A
90 .72 S 1,066 1S 4S.
. 1.273 1,347 72 1.S37 1.151 4.
2.W! 1.102 196 4.062 1.527 303:
. h.m 5.701 S53 6.858 5.674 21.
1.096 1.198 357) 1.234 1.064 15-
. 1.3IS 1.891 444 1.3K3 ljt 4T7
. 1.048 1.269 192! 1,613 1.477) 189-
534 1.074 3421 roffl 1.0821 2h
. 1.626 2.21J 509! 1.989 1.223 36T
.. 2. TBS J.138 29 2.96ft 2.962 264
44H 388 7 614 377 1
.. 2.4ST 1.714 592 $.028 2.024 296-
. 1.249 1,637 568 1,262 1.436 535-
. 2,732 1.746 280 1,440 2.103 168.
452 I.6C(7 714 662 1.573 620
. 1.667 1.7S0 56 1.804 1.696 IS:
2. V.I 467 508 3.092 783 474
1.866 1.479 123! 2.103 1.689 145.
1.H34 1.791 831 1.773 1.812 58.
. 2.242 2.424 146 2.464 2.286 188.
1.101 1.376 28 1.170 1.381 38
815 1.6.18 1.080 1.110 1.448 847
479 1.223 546 BUS 1.189 568
. 2.166 2.233 420 2.2S9 2.068 406
1.384 1.462 366 1.396 1.394 414
. 1.093 947 29 1,2ft.' 97 23"
197 1.364 1,063 ' 340 1.336 776-
1.4fl 719 76! 2,167 663 162
2.072 3.119 178; 2.468 3.032 199-
3l2 1.719 3' 693 1.637 (R
1.90J 1.661 658 2.002 1.676 519-
3. 3 5.136 1.1281 4,H0l 6.036 1.44
T:C 2.0)9 2371 1.367 2.5S5 151
1.3X9 2.5 0 53i 1.664 2.606 490
. 2.861 2.482 4(5 3.425 2.664 S49-
376 1.046 339 440 942 455-
1.258 2.116 244! 1.435 1.918 S74
2.148 763 2 2.5.Vt 1.066 86-
1.370 1.628 709: 1.637 1.513 349
649 501 7i 882l 570 14
. 14.646 12.859 1.408 14.8 6 012.192 1.030-
. 3.662 4.149 1,362 4.861 5.661 lfi!i
2.141 2.683 31 2.687 2.249 )
2.6HO 2.815 558 3.097 2 39 478 .
1.341 1.032 428 1.481 999 644
. 1.046 1.6117 654 1.242 1.390 556
3.012 2.67S 426 3,8-l 2.932 190
it 1.979 2.7171 912 2.442 2.661 762"
. 1.670 1.103 1741 2.221 1.363 12-
. 2.145 1.284 211 2.501 1.392 21
. 2.347 2.629 466, 8.520 2.575 406
. 1.887 2.0S8 973 2.171 2.0B9 729-
906 930 325, 1.033 855 30
. 2.816 2.808 K72l 2,277 2.844 655
852 639 116 1.017 634 64
837 428 13. 1.117 475 24
. 2.808 1.991 S?! S.548 2.193 21
646 1.636 376; 814 1.683 404
964 1.606 270 1.080 IJ49 29tf-
897 648 35 1.232 733
. 1.218 1.417 611! 1.320 1.388 SOS
3.094 654 126! 3.4 75.
. 1.8381 1 868 150i 1.S08 1.684 ISO-
l.Offij 1.281 304! 1,135 1.109 275.
6991 158 33; 1.218 362 68
1.735) 2.0113 725 1.0K7 1.926 687"
. 2.917 3.234 842! 2.901 2.974 886.
971 272 441; 1.116 3291 164
1.263 1.437 4! 1,247 1.403 13-
3801 963 83i W 893 253:
374 68 8 696 136 9-
1.274 1.264 I' 1.461 1.299) 4
3.345 3.822 130 3.644 3.686 127'
1.233 932 26, 1.281 996 198.
3.104 2.469 21 3.664 2.604 36-
2.293 724 99! 2,666 897 135-
1.274 260 731 ; 1.262 1.S50 663c
1.003 67ll 56. 1.047 665 52"
757 1.932 151 i 1.117 2.068 5
1.316 562 13i 1.947 819 14
2.641 1.427 216! 1.628 1.789 I46;
2.611 1.602 207 1.235 1.692 146
600 290 18. 902 282 ff-
7110 509 2151 809 451 202
2.063 2.782 10 2.458 2.541 2
1.571 1.615 644 1.683 1.96 52
1.660 1.244 31 2.131 1.261 21
MI9) 691 26 1,156 6fOI 57'
2.522 4.895 47 3.079 4.433 2T
3.219 2.071 5511 4.561 2.689 58--
1.153 1047 317 1.253 1.024 174
1.219 1.011 571' 1.276 973 458
J.222 657 91; 1.612 67 5f
793l 523 29' 1.012 644 31
1.876 1.013 163 2.240 1.164 9.
1.724 1.238 260' 2.221 1,229 123:
221 823 248 296 813 196-
2.1153 2.269 82 2.108 2.198 fj-
497 874 1271 612 820 76-
1.495 1.343 477. 1.883 1.319! 329
2.!,tM 1.870 763! 3.6116 2.044 621
524 1.4-5 59; 868 1.381 40
1.215 1.398 3 1.3U6 lOTl 9
1.144 1.137 261 1.3H0I 978 43:
1.191 1.624 289 1.284 1.386 S82:
714 711 438 692 666 353-
7501 1.612 626 8091 1.4-7 6.
29.113 32.20 608 32.83u 37.253 6M
226.547229.641 42,463 ;265,P44 235.383 37,202:
Joel D. Hubbard. Rep 16.885-
WilliamC Alldredge. Pop 1,528'.
Hubbard's plurality, 70.
Champ Clark. Dem 14.90
W. M. Treloar 15.08
Joseph Moon. Pop : 595.
Treloar's plurality. 132.
Thomas J. Copplnger. Dem 8.887
Riehard Bartboldt. Rep 16.664
Charles Shaltinger. Pop 395-
lrl K. Hicks 146.
C. F. Beektold. Ind 656-
Bartholdt'i majority, 8340.
F. F. Espenscheid. Dem 12.891"
Charles F. Joy. Hep 15.175-
S. S. Riley. Pop 80
Joseph Schneldner. Pro 445-
F. E. Ritchie. Social Labor 305-
Joy's majority. 1.435.
Scth W. Cobb. Dem 10.09
F. M. Sterrett. Rep 7.4C9-
E. H. Kellar. Pop 68-.
Louis Crusius. Pro 186
N. O. Nelson. Single Tax l.K
Cobb's majority. 1.25s.
James D. Fox. Dem 16 0211
John H. Raney. Rep 10.849
liuoey a majority , tea.
The Fourteenth district is omitted for the
reasons stated, but Mozley, rep., is elected.
Charles H. Morgan, Dem I4.03&
Charles G. Burton, Rep 16 630'
D. J. Blgbee. Pop 6.741
F. M. Hickok. Pro ggr
Burton's plurality, 2.594.
Flnks, Dem (.. :
Flory'a plurality is t.tsr
Superintendent of schools:
Carrington, Dem 226 "78?
Kirk, Rep 229!5l
Eliff. Pop 2.211
Morris. Pro 1.632"
Kirk's plurality .""
Both of the proposed amendments to the con
stitution were badly beaten. The vote on the
first Is as follows:
On the second:
For............ ...... .