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NO WAY TO
What Electoral College
FIFTEEN STATES CERTAIN.
Populists Cannot Fail to Add
A FAIE FIGHT FOB THE BEST.
Change In Political Sentiment That In.
aare Demormtle Sncceaa Accurate Com-
pntatlona Baaed on Aaaured Datm Great.
er Part of IKiDbtfol 8tatea Lean Toward
Sllrer Bryan Conld Win Without New
Tork. Illinoia and Indinsa.
From the New York Journal. 1
It has been said tliut the politieul fignren
may as well give up their calculations thi
year, as the election Is one in which the
Issues are novel, party lines broken and
new deals made in the game of politics.
While this is in a measure true the con
clusion reached is incorrect. Except in a
lew states the Democracy is as powerful as
ever, and in some parts of tho country,
where it has formerly for years had barely
a Ktamlin-r, its strength lui? greatly in
creased. The marked enthusiasm of the
largo majority of tho Democrat 13 national
convention meaim something. It indicates
a Democratic revival in the west and south.
The Populist power is kIhavii bv the elec
tions of ls'.i-J and 1SU4. Its union on the
Democratic candidate is just sotntich solid
guin. It the iKilting Ih :iicmts should put
a tlilnl cuudidatti into the ilcld. its oulv ef
fect would U- to draw to tlie ballot Ixix the
few licmocratd who, dbibatisiled with the
net ion at Chicago, lait uot prciared to
swallow protection, plutocnicy and puter
tialism iu McKinley, might otherwise re-
inniii away from the poiis.
If no third candidate should lie in the
field, some disaffected Democrats might
vote for ilekinley, lint ttuite as many
would vote with their party rather than
lose their voti-s. Kenw thorn is good
pnittnil now foran intelligent judgment on
tlie outlook, liased on former votes and the
ascertained strength of tmrties.
Ihe micstions tluit l.resimt taemselvcs
In considering the chances of success are:
1. Have tlie I'opuli.cs lost or gained
Strength since the election of 1S02?
i. Will the Populist support of the Dem
ocratic candidate for president, William J.
JJryan, lc eencml?
3. Will the defection frim the Demo
cratic ratty, caused by the action of the
Chicago convention, Ihi great enough to
offset the incnuse of strength gained from
the I'opulist vote?
1. Are the l'opnllsts crowlns?
The total pouular vote in lblij was as
'i'lio Democratic and I'opulist vote com
blneil was r.5J7,u4, or in excess
of the ltcpublican vote.
The total I'opulist voto in lH'Jt was
l,3iio,t I, or SJ2, it Lir.Ti r than in 1SH2.
In view of the largo Populist vote, it is
significant that the. Dotnucraiic vote in
showed an increase of ls.tihj over tho
Vote of 1SS8, while tho iU-puhlican vote de
creased 2tU,llN from tla-voteat the elec
tion of four years previous.
In the state which will lie the liattlo
H"oundof the election the -increase or de
crease of tho Populist voto 2n lsu 1, as com
pared wlili lbUJ, Is as follows:
In 1892. In 18M., crease crease.
California 2o.:iis al.:!ol ...
Colorado C'-LStM hi 111 2j.j-7 ...
Maho 1:.ZM 7,121 8,y33
Illmois..... triitiT r,!i.7r:i K.oi.l ...
Indiana Sl.AH ZV.M 7.1S0 ..,
Iowa ).5ft5 .'.11 11.5J3 ...
JlUll.1 1 19VJ .... I'u. J 11 J'.tT....! 44,6
Michigan l.S!r. Uo.ul4.' W.M3 ...
Minnesota. 2!i.:sli) hT.Wl &H.U18 ...
Montana V.'CU lj,-.':u T.tHJii ...
Nebraska &U.'A 1VM ..
Nevada 7.-f4 5.i2l 1,741
North imkota... i;,;uo !',:i"ii n.mti
Ohio(2-d) US.") iS.i'Si ....
Oregon Wra rjl.ita KG
South Dakota.... :!ft,544 24 ..
Washington 19.1li5 -b.lit) 8,973 ...
Wrat Virginia... 4,106 Fusion
Wisconsin tl.HUO -ffi.iHl 15,tjH5 ..
Wyoming J.7! 2.17S S.548
These figures do not correctly show in
all cases the actual Populistic increase or
decrease. In Colorado, for instance, the
Populist rote of lyj-J shows the fusion
IX-mocratic and I'opulist vote. In 18J4
(the congressional election) the Democrats
had no candidate and divided their votes
between the Republicans ami Populists. In
Idaho the Democratic and Populist votes
were bunched frigcthcr in la'.tJ and seia
rated In lay 4., The Kansas vote of lbH2
shows the combined IX-miK-niticand Potiu.
list vote, while in lti." thev wcro divided.
In Nebrafeka in lSiij there was a bitter
fight among the Democrats over the ques
tion of fusion on tho Populist electoral
ticket, tho local Iemocratic leader-fearing
they might lose their power in their or
ganization U luslou prevailed. The com
bituitlon was defeated, but the Democratic
voU-, which bad lieeii "iiiVrJ iu IsrSHand
Tl.a.l in Is'.ki, dwiudlitl down to -24,943.
In li4, on a union with the INipulists on
governor, it was VT.M.'i. and 11,95 votes
were cast lor a silver lK-inr;i;iec;uidi(late.
The Ih-mocratic l'opuli.-.t governor carried
In North Dakota the Democratic, and
Populist votes wens counted together as
Populists in IS'JJ and s iuir;iuiy in 194.
In Nevada in 18VI4 the vote of S.Zi23 was
cvst for tiovernor Jones, the silver enndi
date. Seven hundred and eleven votes
were cast for a Populist-
In arriving at the total Populist vote of
l,ot3,4aJ, in ls'.4, some Democratic votes
arc therefore included in cases whi-re IXm
ocrats supported Populist candidates. But
this is offset by the tact tliat in North Caro
lina, where the Republicans fused with
tho Populists in eloctins a chief justice of
the supreme court, and in other states
where the Republicans combined with the
Populists in electing jud-jos and congress
men the votes wens counted as Republican
and no enumeration was made of the I'op
ulist votes. Uence tho total of l.StKMoi is
as nearly accurate as possible.
The extent and enthusiasm of tho last
St. Louis convention, as well as the proof
! given by theee figure, show that the Popu-
lut strength has not diminished since its
large vote of 1893. -
. WU1 the Dnllt auppwa-t nt B)rjw
It is as ridi-rttious to suppose that the
Populists will uot support Bryan as it was
to imagine that the Chicago Demociatie
convention would not avail itself of its
tuple majority to make good its two-thirds
vote, to lay down a platform in accordance
with its own views and to select its own
itandard bearer, or as it was to predict that
the St. Louis Populist convention would
throw away its chance3 of success and
nominate a candidate who could not be
elected in preference to a candidate with a
good prosjiect of success. . .
From the flrst the fopttlist convention
was in favor of Bryan's nomination, but
Its members desired to act in a manner
that would preserve their own organization
Intact and not merge it in the Democratic
organization. Tho lesaus were more ear
nest than others on this point, because of
their great strength in their state and the
much larger strength of the Democracy.
But with them, as with all, the talk of a
middle of the road candidate fur the presi
dency was as nonsensical as the talk of a
side ditch" bolt from the action of the
convention is now.
Tho nomination of an indctiendent Pop-
nlist candidate for vice president accom
plishes all the so called middle of tho ruad
delegates wanted. It preserves the identity
of the party, and instead of injuriously af
fecting the president's vote will serve to
The hist vote in Texas for governor was,
In round numbers: Democratic, i.'4-J,0iH);
Populist, lo(l,(rW, and Kopubiican, 55,01)0.
A I'opulist bolt in Texas would mean the
3Uttmg down of the I'opulist voto 30 per
cent and the consequent increase of the
With tho Democratic vote in tho west
strengthened and increased by free silver a
straight Populist nominco for president
would only lose tlie Populists the four
states they carried with Democratic help
in 1H.&2 Colorado, Idaho, Kansas and Ne
vasltL S. Will the defection of the sold -Dem
ocrats defeat Bryan?
In considering the amount of dancer to
the Chicago ticket from the disaffection of
the gold Democrats, it is important to re
member that such disaffection is serious in
oulv a limited number of states and is
scarcely of uny account whatever in the
Of tho New England and middle states
3Iaino, New Hamtishire, Vermont, Mas
sachusetts and Pennsylvania elected the
Republican electoral tickets in 1892 and
mav be conceded to the Republicans now.
Any gold Democrticy mowmcnt in thosoj
states is immaterial, xi nan me democrats
should repudiate the Chicago candidates,
they could only swell tho Republican ma
jorities. Connecticut, New York and New
Jersey are, on tho other hand, very im
portant Democratic states. With Dela
ware. Maryland and West Viririnia. their
electoral votes were cast for Cleveland in !
It is claimed that the gold Democrat
will turn over Connecticut, New Jersey
titid New York to tho McKinley Repub
licans in this election.
In tlie section most affected by the silver
and I'opulist movements through the
mining and agricuUur.il interesls. five
states ran no Democratic electoral tickets
in Isii-J Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, North
Dakota and Wyoming. In Nevada, al
though a Democratic electoral ticket was
in tho field, tho Democrats generally vot-d
with the Populists, i Colorado, Idaho.
Kansas ar.d Nevada were in consequence
carried by the Populist by pluralities in
Colorado of 14, '.1114, in Idaho of 1,.I21, in
Kansas of 6.N74 und in Nevada of 4,453.
In North Dakota the Populists obtained
1M plurality in the state, but the three
electoral votes went one to each candi
date. In Wyoming the Republicans se
cured 732 plurality.
In tho other western and Pacific states
a combination of the Democratic and I'op
ulist votes in ls3 would have made these
changes in the results:
California, carried by the Democrats by
144 plurality, would bavo given 25,416
plurality over the Republicans.
Illinois, carried by tho Democrats by
Sn.si;i:t plurality, would have given them a
plurality of 4'.I.SIHX
Indiana's Democratic plurality of 7,125
would have been increased to 29,333.
Iowa's Republican plurality of 22,065
would have been reduced to 2,370.
Michigan's Republican plurality of 20,
412 would have dwindled to 520.
Minnesota's Republican plurality of 21,
003 wi mid hnve been changed to a plurality
or 7,410 against thu Republicans.
Montana, instead of giving 1,270 plural
ity for tlie Republicans, would liave given
a plurality of li.otii for the Democrats.
Nebraska's Republican plurality of 4,003
over the Populists would have given a
plurality or ao.bjO against tho Republican
Ohio would have reversed the Repnb
Jinin plurality, of 1,072 to a plurality of
ij, . s iir tne other side.
Oregon, which gave a mixed vote, show
ing a small plurality for tho Republicans,
would have given a plurality of 6,200
South Dakota's plurality of 8.344 for the
KcpuMicans would have changed to 737
Washington's Republican plurality of
0..-iS would hove been wiped out and a
Democratic" and Ponulist uluralitv of 12.-
&07 would have turned the state to the
West Virginia's IX-mocratic plurality of
4,174 would have lieen increased to 8,840.
Wisconsin's Democratic plurality of 6,644
would have swelled to 16,453.
Wyoming, which gave Harrison 732
plurality, would have doled out to him
Allowing to the Chicago Democratic
candidate only the states that arc believed
to lie certain for him, whatever the gold
Democrats may do, tho following is tho
lUt t f
Ki-ut ncljy "J" " " "
fcratli Curolina !!!!"""
Add the Populist states:
lanssa. .........,....... ..""'
... li! j
Conceding to the Republicans the states
t lurir w oeanocteii by a Democratic Iwlt, I
although the surrender of New York at
j least is strongly and viarouly protested
gainst, MaElnley is given the following
Kow Hampshire 4
New Jersey..... 10
New York...... ! as
Pennsylvania. !."!" 82
Rhode Island 4
This leaves unplaced the following states:
Illinois ,. 4
Iowa ; , la
North Dakota a
Orv Kon ... 4
.South Dakota 4
Wast Virginia 6
- Where Will the Unplaced Statee Co?
. Of the unplaced states where ought
California to go? Iu 1802 its electoral vote
was given to Cleveland by 144 plurality.
The combined Democratic and Populist
vote was 25, 4!tfi over tho Republicans. In
1S04 the Democratic governor was elected
by 1.206 plurality and the Democratic and
Populist votes combined had a plurality of
52,510 over tho Republicans. It is a sig
nificant fact that much dissatisfaction pro
vailed, and while tho Democratic governor
was elected tlie other state oiherrs went to
Delaware has gone Democratic seven
times since 1876 and Republican once,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Michigan
have in them some IVmocraticdlsafTection.
Judgment, liased on ascertained facts,
would be justified in placing Illinois, In
diana and Wisconsin in the Bryan column.
There is certainly good ground for believ
ing thev will maintain their combined
Demou atic and Populist pluralities under
the impetus of union and thu promise of
The rest of the unplaced states are on
the crest of the great western tidal wave of
the free silver movement and are believed
to lie prepared to sweep u way all opposition
to Bryan. Minnesota. Montana, Nebraska,
North and youth Dakota, Oregon, Wash
ington and West Virginia are all counted
011 to give the Chicago candidate their elec
They are placed in tho Democratic col
umn for good and convincing reasons.
Minnesota, because the Democratic and
Populist vote of 18t2, with both those
parties inharmonious nnd dissatisfied, was
7,410 larger than tho Republican voto.
Montana, liecause without tho prestige
of union and free silver coinage the Dein-
nrnitif lillil IVimiltet. vnta tfiiil,iniwt wuu
fc.0r,4 larger than the Republican voto in
1892 for president, 2.4SH liirger in'tho con
gressional election of ls'.M and 7,257 larger
in the last election for governor.
Nebraska, because the combined vote
was 20,850 larger than the Republican
vote in 1SW0, 10,187 larger in 1894 for gov
ernor and 19.614 larger last year on su
premo court judge.
North Dakota, because fusion without
tho prestige of a solid union defeated the
Republicans for governor in 1892 by 1,729
South Dakota, because tho Democrats
and Populists together hud a plurality
over tho Republicans in 1802 under ad
verso circumstances tliat kept Democrats
from the polls and reduced their vote more
than 60 per cent.
Washington, la?causo it has shown large
Democratic ond Populist pluralities over
the Republicans in 1892 and all subsequent
West Virginia, because Its straight
Democrats gave Cleveland a plurality, be
en uso all its state officers and judulary are
Democratic nnd because in light elections
only one has I icon Republican iu its result.
The probable results, based on tho fore
going facts, arc thus stated:
THK IiEKOTRATIC FORECAST.
Assured Democratic 153
I'opulist states of H92. 2U
North Dakota K
Sonth Dakota. 4
West Virginia 4
THE ItEPrBl.lCAS FORECAST.
Conceded Republican 14.'!
Electoral vote for Bryan SB
For McKinley 182
Electoral majority for Bryan tu
Conld Win Without Illinois and Indiana.
Tho concession of Illinois and Indiana
to the Republicans would make the follow
Republican probable states 19C
Or, in accordance with other Republican
figures and claims, this result might be
States probably Republican 182
West Virginia "
Other Republican pmplicts give up the
iwwru UIM,iUKTl r-MO, ,-&.:u (iuiioiu,
but claim for their ticket Delaware, North
Carolina and Iniisiana. This would give,
with the states assigned to the Republic
ans: Assigned votes IS?
Delaware - 8
I Indiana 15
North Carolina 11
Still not enough to olect McKinley.
On tlie other hand, it is seriously ques
tioned whether New York, with its deadly
Republican local feud and a Imjcracy
growing in enthusiasm for Bryan, whose
only crimes apiear to lie his youth and his
eloquence, will he found in the Republican
column. Slany Democrats deny that Ohio
can be safely counted for McKinley, while
every tiuin with a knowledge of politics can
judge whether it will not be more probable
that Iowa, Michigan and Wisconsin will
be found rolling on to the Democratic
shore on the great west'-rn tidal wave
than that Delaware, Illinois Indiana, Ne
braska, North Carolina, Oregon nr.d Louis
iana will range themselves n the Republic
look. I did not expect to pet well axain. Eighteen month, ago I hrgaa aing the Layer
and Kidney Hxlro. I ud at rirt two bottle, which helped me ab much I could leave the
bed and go about mv househol J dutic; so I continued with at. I alao began la pa, the
gravel. In all I pa-ed five atones. I am now feeling eatirely cured, bwt atili taking the
Balm orrasionillr to make sure. Doctor. I am unable to express my gratitude to God fnr say
restoration to health, and 1 owe it, even my present existence, to your Liver and Kidney
Balm. It is a grand medicine. Yours resnecrfully,
MRS. H.J. D.,
farmyard 1. aum rocaarocr 10 an; aao wna 10 .nvMiaui
K'tateof Amnzlnh Thornon, dsrraaed.
The nndersiaTtted h.vlne been annoli ted eriim.
tor of the lat w ill ard temamt-nt or Atnai .h
Ttiornt"n. late rf the rounty ef Rock Island,
i:lo of liiinrla. iterrnreil. nercliy civca notira
tr.at be will apfit-ar before the connty couri of
Kick Nland roiinlv. a tliei ni-e-f tlie clerk of
axid aotiit. in the ritjr of lto- Ii-aiH. a! the No-
remm r term. n tne tirt Momiay In November
next, at wh'rh lime al perenn. havinc riaim.
a?nini said eititr aie imi'tii-d and nqnualcd t
aih-vd for the puriio-aof having the same ad-iua-ed.
A il 1 e'aou indebted u Met eaare are
reoiierUd to niaLu luitucdite liavmect loth. un.
Dated this Kith day or .nrat, A . P ., Issk.
J.e. Uecii. Kxcciilor.
Klate of Patrick MrPonald, dereareJ.
The nuderaignea having been anpiaiiied exera
rtxof the laat will atd testament of Patrick Mr.
Donald, late of the eonnty of Kock (eland, state
at Illinois, doreaeed. hereby gives notice that aoe
ui appear oetore tbe county court or Koek Island
-oumv, al the office of tbe clerk of said eonn. li,
the eit of Hook Island, at the November teraa. on
t-e flrst Monday in November next, at which time
a 1 uerarma havlne claims against said etate are
d it fled and reqiested to attend, fur Ihe purpose
Ha. .up psmr anianim.
itu fiermus lnuctrtrd to said ee'ate are re-
ito-at d to make immudiate pament to the ea
ei.ieued. baled th'.sSllh davof Anrn.t. A. n.. 1M
IlitiiHii T McUuhalo, gx-cauix.
Estate cf 1 biHoas 8. HUtia, deceaeed.
The ntttlerabrued having Been appointed a-lmln-tlralol
of tbe estate of Thomas 8. Bllvts, late of
.be con lit r of Km-k Island, .taia of Illinols.de.
easMd. berebreive notice that the will ni.ii
before the roauty court of Horn island e.ion
'.y, at the ofiire of the clerk of aaid ooart. In
the cily of Hock IsNmi, al the October term, on
the first Mondav iu October, next, at which time
til persons havinz claims against aaid ee-
ate are notified ard reu nested to attend for tbe
nrpoae of havine the same adjusted.
a 11 persons m4v.niea to said estate are teqneat
i to make immediate payment to the a cider
Dated this 12th day of Augoet, A, D. 18M.
m j. fins
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
can a (ford.
four Patronage U Solicited.
) ili 00 1830, Second At.
daniar Rons Bleek.
MESMIN'S FRENCH FEMALE PIUS.
Cootalalng Cottoi Root tod PiKjrcid.
arra .iTTrs nnm.
Iks ssti sal aurl HAH.I
Ifesoiin's French Fe
naks Fills, hare been
Mid tor over twenty
ysars.and used by Thon
sands of Ladies, wht
nave given testimonials
that they are uDercel led,
na n mvIAa monthltr
rar w tneaicxno, lor imtneaxaio
Vx TV V relief of PatntuI, on.
VXk Irregnlar Mensea, l'e-
1t. 1 male Weaknesaete.
V V. a t-ri- ar no a. boau with
xact ko suasnruits, oa srtnuors noTATioiea
. fteaiin. CHIMICAL Cv- UxmoiT, jucbj.
old b M. V. Bahaarn. dnggist.
are the most fatal of al
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remedj
Dr money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Price soc and Si.oo.
are the most rowcnrciM airs, noarr and as
iiaaLB. of this kind in the market. Tbe orlgixal
and only genuine Woaasw aaLTarmn. ask
yoor drafgist if be don't keep them. Write dine
to 0. ana we will send it direct a poo recent e
pricH, $1, sealed, by mall prepaid. A. 1. Betas
Fourth aveaue and Twatj-third street. Ifcoct
tTi CtkaaSeA raeOah
brwecie Nr CkMmurt Bmmlfh iff
mUSmrmU ta U4 -4 odd mMX W
rtgwiaaiai Milfiiiwi. AImsma,wtmX4
tm tTttwrp tw ttnieuvf. i
t Invsr. r ifSaia
M sal a. w
Tne Dr. J. H. McLean Mcdiciae Ctx,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
GeN-Tiiuf n: 1 f-rl n bi it to intone oe el
the great good 1 have tccivcj fW-ot
Cr. J. II. HcLEm
LIVER ss KIDrJEY OXU.
I am aare It mel try lite. I uttered far mml
veara with Blight t Disease, activated by gravel ia
the left kidney. Alwut two years a;o the trouble got
K bad that I could nut Wave my bed ; had night sweat.,
extreme weaknem, chill, and wit ink had a blawrheA
una emm. t3SlPlt LLTOPI, I NO.
Hooft (2 Dotjona.
Representing among other time
tried and well known Fire Insur
ance Companies the following:
Rochester Oermaa Ins Co Bocheeter, H T
Westchester Fire " New York
Rarlalo Uermaa Buflaie, M T
Stwiag U Tdon Philadelphia
Ocrau Fire I'eoria. Ill
New Hampshire " Manrhester. W II
MilwankMatecaanlca Miilwauaee, Wle
eeeurity - Sew Haven. Coaa
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
J M. BUFORP.
The old Fire and Time-tried
Losses Promptly Pud.
Rates at low as any rellabl. company can afford
Your pattonage is so lidded.
VL 11. BRIQGS,
Real Estate. Insnrance, Loins
'and houses to bent.
Office lu8 Seootid Are.. Book Island.
Kara on hand 40 lota m tViclh Rook Island ea
ear terms: Just oatshto tbe city limit; rood
water; low taxee. and rbenn mroraar i. Ten lot.
en Thlrtr-ehrhth "treet eid riflseiilk aveane.
a aamherof al.ee. of orooerty la the cits fa
eala eia nml
We are stowing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
180. 8KC0HD ATEHCE.
To baj Uardwsre,
Mixed Hoase and
Floor Paints, Rub
ber Hose, Lawn
Mowers or anything
in the Hardware
line in general is of
1810 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOB EAGLE BICYCLES
' The only safe, srtre and
J reliable Female Pill rrrr
(aan- yy vuvsw wi anuiva. uyc
iWV - cially Koomrnecded to
married Ladies. Ask for
and take no other. Sxjm fob cracrtAB.
Price Si.oo per box, 8 boxes (or 15.00.
OR. KOTTS CHUsiCAL CO, Ctonta. Ote
avid try T. a. Taataas, arstxiat,