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I INTERNAL REVENUE.-CONTINUED.

OBJECTS OF TAXATION..

1906.

1907. Increase. Decrease BANKS, BANKERS, ETC. Bank circulation... Notes of persons, state banks, towns, cities, etc., paid out...

$50.10

$50.10 Total.

50.10

50.10 MISCELLANEOUS. Playing cards..........

489,347.26 572.714.48 83,367.22 Penalties.......

283,991.62 253,652.43

30.339.19 Collections not otherwise herein provided for ........

*150,494.88 *53,518.9+

96,945.94 Total............................................. ...............

923.833.76 879,915.85 ....

43,917.91 Aggregate receipts. ............................ ........ 219,102,738.00 269,664.022.85/20,561,284.85 ............ *Includes $142,148.22 from legacies on which the tax had accrued prior to the repeal of the act. COLLECTIONS BY DISTRICTS.

Collection Names of

Aggregate districts. collectors.

collections. Fiscal year ended June 30, 1907.

12th Pennsylvania-Griffith T. Davis... $1,752,884.90 Collection Names of

Aggregate

23d Pennsylvania-- Daniel B. Heiner... 10,642,916.11 districts. collectors.

collections.

South Carolina-Micah J. Jenkins..... 256, 107.69 Alabama-Joseph 0. Thompson...

$456,783.24
2d Tennessee-Edward E. Butler...

911,168.54 Arkansas-Frank W. Tucker......

122,080.65

5th Tennessee-Ernest Coldwell.... 1,524,871.70 1st California-John C. Lynch.

4,915,980.66
3d Texas-Webster Flanagan......

602,607.61 4th California-Henry C. Bell...

620,815.75
4th Texas-Philemon B. Hunt.....

187,885.84 ColoradoFrank W. Howbert.......

732,637.63 2d Virginia-Marion K. Lowry....... 3,506,361.36 Connecticut-W. Frank Kinney...

1,801,359.00

6th Virginia-Louis P. Summers........ 1,249,922.58 Florida-Joseph E. Lee...........

1,192,550.91

Washington-Benjamin D. Crocker.... 1,046,238.29 Georgia-Henry A. Rucker.....

632,440.98

West Virginia--William E. Glasscock.. 1,396,013.89 Hawaii-Roy H. Chamberlain.

48,273.96
1st Wisconsin-Henry Fink.....

7,550,479.45 1st Illinois-Henry L. Hertz.......

7,839,209.03

2d Wisconsin-James G. Monahan.... 818, 183.51 5th Illinois-Percival G. Rennick... 35,577,448.10 2d Wisconsin-Frank R. Bentley..... 156,490.21 8th Illinois-Frank L. Smith......

10,940.619.88 13th Illinois-Walter S. Louden...

498,864.96

Aggregate collections...................269,664,022.85 6th Indiana-Elam H. Neal....... 11,304,990.15 7th Indiana John R. Bonnell..

8,370,191.95

RECEIPTS BY STATES AND TERRITORIES. 3d Iowa-Archibald C. Smith... 324,454.98 States and territories.

Collections. 3d Iowa-Michael Tobin........ 102.029.50 Alabama .................

$456,783 24 4th lowa-Harry O. Weaver...... 551,021.75 Arkansas ...

122,080.65 Kansas-James M. Simpson......... 342,375.31 California and Nevada.

5,536,796.41 2d Kentucky-Edward T. Franks.... 2,569,921.44 Colorado and Wyoming......

732,637.63 5th Kentucky-Joseph A. Craft....... 15.654,191.22 Connecticut and Rhode Island...

1,801,359.00 6th Kentucky-George W. Lieberth... 3,760,657.67 Florida

1,192,550.91 7th Kentucky--Samuel J. Roberts.... 3,599,779.93 Georgia

632,440.98 8th Kentucky--J. Sherman Cooper..... 2,859,888.12 Hawaii ..

48,273.96 Louisiana-William E. Howell........ 3,953,828.18 Illinois ...

54,856,141.97 Louisiana-Edward I. Seyburn......... 1,078,860.81 Indiana .....

29,675,182.10 Maryland-Phillips Lee Goldsborough.. 7,273,136.83 Iowa .....

977,506.23 3d Massachusetts-James D. Gill..

3,917,187.98 Kansas, Indian Territory & Oklahoma 342,375.31 1st Michigan-David Meginnity......... 4,531,997.21

28,444,438.38 4th Michigan-Samuel M. Lemon........ 802,811.31 Louisiana and Mississippi..

5,032,688.99 Minnesota-Frederick von Baumbaugh.. 1,716,549.81 Maryland* ..

7,273,136.83 1st Missouri-Edmund B. Allen. 8,153,507.02 Massachusetts ..

3,917,187.98 6th Missouri-Charles W. Roberts....... 775,171.88 Michigan ...

5,334,808.52 6th Missouri-Charles G. Burton.... 298, 941.18 Minnesota .......

1,716,549.81 Montana-Edward H. Callister....... 616,074.76 Missouri ....

9,227,623.08 Nebraska-Elmer B. Stephenson...... 2,698,063.99 Montana, Idaho and Utah

616,074.76 New Hampshire-Edgar 0. Crossman.. 495,591.16 Nebraska

2,698,063.99 1st New Jersey-Isaac Moffett......

401,982.41 New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont... 495,591.16 5th New Jersey-H. C. H. Herold.... 6,474,177.94 New Jersey......

6,876,160.35 New Mexico-Henry P. Bardshar... 106, 469.12 New Mexico and Arizona......

106,469.12 1st New York-Edward B. Jordan...... 9,182, 601.07 New York.....

32,353,647.70 2d New York-Charles W. Anderson.... 4,337,940.47 North Carolina...

4,880,061.18 3d New York-Ferdinand Eidman.... 9,005,377.52 North and South Dakota....

170,566.60 14th New York-John G. Ward....... 5,639,042.53 Ohio

21,834,068.60 21st New York-Peter E. Garlick...... 1,997.822.78 Oregon ............

378,428.45 28th New York-Archie D. Sanders..... 2,190,863.33 Pennsylvania .....

22,727,998.26 4th North Carolina-Edward C. Duncan. 2,491,768.21 South Carolina..

256, 107.69 5th N. Carolina-Herschel S. Harkins.. 61,667.75 Tennessee

2,436,040.21 5th N. Carolina-George H. Brown..... 2,326,625.22 Texas ............

790,493.45 N. and S. Dakota-Herman Ellerman.. 170,566.60 Virginia

4,756,283.94 1st Ohio Herman F. Cellarius......

Washington and Alaska..... merman 1. Cerarius.......... 16.696.792.78

1,046,238.29 10th Ohio-George P. Waldorf...... 1.634,741.18 West Virginia.....

1,396.013.89 11th Ohio-David H. Moore....... .. 1,268,763.49 Wisconsin .................

8,525, 153.20 18th Ohio-Frank McCord....

2,233,771.15 Oregon-David M. Dunne......... 378,428.45 | Total

.269,664,022.85 1st Pennsylvania-William McCoach.... 7,025,628.68 *Including Delaware, District of Columbia and 9th Pennsylvania-Henry L. Hershey... 3,306,568.57 | two counties of Virginia.

Kentucky .....:::::

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ATTEMPT TO KILL PRESIDENT FALLIERES.

Leon Marie Maille, a sailor, fired two revolver, military review at Longchamps in honor of the shots at President Fallieres of France July 14, French day of liberty and was driving through the 1907, but the bullets flew wide and did no injury. Avenue Marigny when the attempt to assassinate The executive had just returned to Paris from al him was made. Maille was immediately arrested.

Election Returns.

POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT (1904).

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Total

7,620,670 5,080,207 258205 401380 111,373 41,330 830 3067182 526,719 13,538,386 Plurality.

2,510,463 Majority ......

1,727,345 *Includes scattering votes in a few cases.

The total vote cast in 1904 was less than that In Maryland the electoral vote was split, the of 1900 by 442,482. It also fell below that of 1896. democrats getting seven and the republicans one, which was 14,073,285. The decrease was especially but the republican elector chosen had 51 more votes marked in the southern and southwestern states. than the highest elector on the democratic ticket. In all cases the vote for the elector on each

In Pennsylvania the independent vote of 2,568 ticket receiving the highest number of votes has is included in the Parker vote.

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COUNTIES. Population (67)

in 1900. 17915 Autauga. 13194 Baldwin... 35152 Barbour.. 18498 Bibb..... 23119 Blount... 31944 Bullock.. 25761 Butler... 34874 Calhoun.. 32554 Chambers.. 21096 Cherokee... 16522 Chilton.. 18136 Choctaw... 27790 Clarke 17099 Clay...... 13206 Cleburne.. 20972 Coffee.. 22341 Colbert ...

ALABAMA (Population in 1906, 2,017,877),
-Gov. 1906 ---PRES. 1904 | Population
Dem. Rep. Rep. Dem. Pro. 17514 Conecuh......
Comer. Stratton. Roosevelt. Parker.Swall'w. 16144 Coosa.........
810 21.. 73 733

15316 Covington....
265 4.. 126 454

19668 Crenshaw.... 969 4.. 49 1357

17819 Cullman 570

5 1085

21189 Dale..... 1147

0 1385

54657 Dallas..... - 726

23558 DeKalb... 810

805

26099 Elmore..... 1556

11320 Escambia... 1002

4 1421

27361 Etowah ...... 1205 110.

905

14132 Fayette......
754

618 738 16511 Franklin ....
418
45 588

19096 Geneva....
720
79 1131

24182 Greene .....
1092 454.. 990 1345

31011 Hale.......
1242
414 701

36147 Henry.....
1750 9. 226 1106

* Houston..... 534 56.. 203 936 5 | 30508 Jackson..

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Population

Comer Stratton Roosevelt ParkerSwallow 140420 Jefferson.. .........

6874

273,. 1090 6424 16084 Lamar.......

845 175.. 215 824 21559 Lauderdale..

28. 316 1269 10 2012+ Lawrence...

576 55.. 410 909 31820 Lee ..........

658

40 1348 22387 Limestone.

774 13... 18 7 1053 35651 Lowndes..

539 6. .

697 23126 Macon......

301

562 43702 Madison.

1309

82 2119 38315 Marengo..

726

56 1149 14494 Marion ..

851 195.. 635 1224 23289 Marshall.

1458 476.. 966 1366 62740 Mobile..

967

325 3283 23666 Monroe......

836 72047 Montgomery.

1365

) 2192 28820 Morgan.. ...

976

16 1437 31783 Perry.......

457

47 799 24402 Pickens...

723

105 866 29172 Pike....

817

29 1544 21647 Randolph

580

695 1518 27083 Russell...

338 3.. 21 558 19125 Shelby ......

1012 758.. 679 1106 23684 St. Clair....

983

593 908 32:10 Sumter..

535

16 883 35773 Talladega...

829

252 1264 13 29675 Tallapoosa..

1031 7. 234 1791 36147 Tuscaloosa..

1319 16. 132 1405 25162 Walker.......

2047 1015.. 1024 1639 11134 Washington.

312 6.. 54 443 35631 Wilcox ......

612

912 9554 Winston.....

556 767.. 9602
Total..

62771 10002.. 22474 79857
Plurality....
52769

17574
Per cent............ 85.80

85.80 13.67.. 20.65 73.38
15.01..

.56 Total vote.......... 73162

1 08822 *New county; not included in census of 1900.

For president in 1904 Watson, Peo., received 5,040 votes and Debs, Soc., 839.

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906. 1. The counties of Choctaw, Clarke, Marengo, Mo

bile, Monroe and Washington.
George W. Taylor, Dem......

......3,592 2. The counties of Baldwin, Butler, Conecuh, Coy

ington, Crenshaw, Escambia, Montgomery, Pike and Wilcox. A. A. Wiley, Dem.............................6.001 J. C. Fonville, Ind...

751 3. The counties of Barbour, Bullock, Coffee, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Lee and Russell. H. D. Clayton, Dem..............

....6,922 4. The counties' of Calhoun, Chilton, Cleburne,

Dallas, Shelby and Talladega.

W. B. Craig, Dem..............................5,783 5. The counties of Autauga, Chambers, Clay

Coosa, Elmore, Lowndes, Macon, Randolph and
Talla poosa.
J. T. Heflin, Dem......

......6,940 6. The counties of Fayette, Greene, Lamar, Mari

on, Pickens, Sumter, Tuscaloosa and Walker,

Richmond P. Hobson, Dem....................8,308 7. The counties of Cherokee, Cullman, DeKalb,

Etowah, Frankin, Marshall, St. Clair, Winston. John L. Burnett, Dem.........................8,265 C. B. Kennamer, Rep..........................4,914 Charles Kenopka, Soc...

..... 10 8. The counties of Colbert, Jackson, Lauderdale,

Lawrence, Limestone, Madison and Morgan. William Richardson, Dem......................5,873 J. T. Masterson, Rep.....

...... 317 9. The counties of Bibb, Blount, Hale, Jefferson

and Perry.. Oscar W. Underwood, Dem....................7,864

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J. Democrats ......

......35 104

139 Populist-republicans ...... Populist-republican .................

STATE OFFICERS.

(All democrats.) Governor-B. B. Comer. Lieutenant-Governor-Henry B. Gray. Attorney-General-Alexander M. Garber. Secretary of State-Franklin N. Julian. State Auditor-William W. Brandon. State Treasurer-Walter D. Seed Superintendent of Education-H. C. Gunnells. Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries-J. A.

Wilkinson.

ARIZONA (Population in 1906, 143,745).
COUNTIES.

-DELEGATE 1906– Population

Dem. Rep. Soc. J.S. in 1900.

SmithCooper Can'n. Ainsw'th 8297 Apache.......

2032519 16 9251 Cochise.....

2356 1475 545 5514 Coconino...

562 417 16 4973 Gila .........

906 559 391 14162 Graham ....

1159 853 256 20457 Maricopa ....

1868 1545 3126 Mohave...

364 107 8829 Navajo....

367 223 14689 Pima ......

755 1368 7779 Pinal...

270 243 4515 Santa Cruz

353 215 13799 Yavapai...

1560 1179 374 4145 Yuma.

378 474 124 46 Total .....

11101 8909 2078 508 Plurality.... Per cent.....

49.13 39.38 9.15 2.25 Total vote......

22596
TERRITORIAL OFFICERS.
Governor-Alexander 0. Brodie.
Secretary-W. F. Nichols.
Treasurer-E, F. Kirkland.
Attorney-General-E. W. Wells.

LEGISLATURE.

Council. House. J.B. Republicans ........

....... 6 Democrats ........................... 16

ARKANSAS (Population in 1906, 1,421,574).

COUNTIES. --GOVERNOR 1906—-PRES. 1904– Population (75) Dem. Rep. Soc. Pro. Rep. Dem. in 1900.

Little W'rth'st'n Horan Adams Roosevelt. Parker. 12973 Arkansas.. 892 344

27. 470 753 19734 Ashley .... 1580 648

347 9298 Baxter.....

755
352

236 31611 Benton .... 2430 1006

1202

1963 16306 Boone..... 1161 814

618 910 9651 Bradley.... 611 49

569 8539 Calhoun... 739

235 18818 Carroll .... 1305

869 925 14528 Chicot...... 637 297

496 21289 Clark....... 1109 333

79.. 732

722 15886 Clay ....... 1779 910

49.. 752 9628 Cleburne.. 873 260

214 394 11629 Cleveland 832 190

10.. 330 704 22977 Columbia. 1276 256

16..
554

1415 19772 Conway.... 2837

19.. 937 1572 19505 Craighead. 2101 461

559 1051 21270 Crawford. 1781 1182

941 875 14529 Crittenden 789

412 314 11031 Cross...... 1043

630 11518 Dallas...... 679 285

496 604 11511 Desha..... 291

3..

204 19551 Drew....... 1294 292

593 953 29780 Faulkner. 2369 767

764 1073 17395 Franklin... 1512 642

67.. 593 968 12917 Fulton...... 882 427

23.. 359 481 18773 Garland... 3059 705 294.. 854 804 7671 Grant...... 612 58

151

406 16979 Greene.... 1661 316

66.. 409 922 24101 Hempst'd. 2021 1047

1477 1410 12748 Hot Spr’gs 1456 410

45.. 537 605 14076 Howard... 1323 244

34.. 500 644 22557 Indepen'ce 2117 1019

87.. 736 1052 13506 Izard....... 1375

313 605 18383 Jackson.... 1392

716

46.. 677 746 40972 Jefferson.. 2301 308

20.. 1324 1520 17448 Johnson... 1532

507 1017 10594 Lafayette. 764

566 614 16491 Lawrence. 1768 661

534 672 14109 Lee......... 2206 1326

1569 1082 13389 Lincoln ... 1114 151

352 544 13731 Little Riv'r 949

388 557 29563 Logan...... 1796 821

49.. 1007 12:37 22544 Lonoke.... 2339 316

54.. 775 19864 Madison... 1532 1343

14. 1160

1072 11377 Marion.... 772 386

14.. 356 580 17558 Miller ...... 1094

58.. 666 763 1538 ! Mississippi 1391

683 16816 Monroe..... 915 242

757 9144 Montgom'y 1064 360

23.. 491 342 16609 Nevada... 1312 646

118.. 556 585 12538 Newton.... 545

13.. 645 280 20892 Ouachita.. 1271 1048

1083 7294 Perry...... 863 348

356 477 26561 Phillips... 1899

251 1434 10301 Pike.... 661 320

517 432 7025 Poinsett... 1554

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Population.
Little Worthington Hogan Adams Roosevelt, Parker. | Population

Gillett Bell Roosevelt Parker DebsSwallow 18352 Polk........

886
281
330..

523

16480 Kern ... 1484 1878.. 2359 1724 436 52 21715 Pope....... 1782 800 13 51.. 850 1424 9871 Kings..... 1056 967.. 1110 595 121 11875 Prairie..

781
347

648

639 6017 Lake..... 492 743.. 641 594 124 63179 Pulaski.... 3181 1604

2 150 3099 4511 Lassen .....

391 484.. 573 301 35 17136 Randolph. 1907

409

170298 Los Angel's 20:36 12937.. 32507 100:30 4017 17157 Saline...... 1028 221

391 588 6364 Madera. .. 626 781.. 784 610 92 13122 Scott ...... 1270 347

458 458 15702 Marin ...... 1760 1247.. 2199 772 127 13183 Searcy..... 837 1093

709 404 4720 Mariposa... 322 454.. 461 486 11988 Sebastian.

3509
1658 298

1254 16-15 20465 Mendocino. 2114 2028.. 2904 1489 36935 Sevier..... 1416 279 51

412 711 9215 Merced.. .. 792 1116.. 972 863 16339 Sharp...... 1030 261 / 31

288 671 5076 Modoc...... 486 658.. 559 12199 St. Francis 1373

737 2167 Mono....... 193 169.. 245 8100 Stone...... 771

277 19380 Monterey... 1755 1560.. 2453 1415 22495 Union.....

211
297 955 16451 Napa .......

1303 2480.. 2425 1135 11229 Van Buren 1073 681

542 578 17798 Nevada..... 12391983.. 2249 1067 31256 Washing'n 2172 1213 1369 1978 19696 Orange..... 2566 1629..

2605

1034 501 276 24864 White..... 2286

68 207..

1238 15786 Placer...... 1255 1729.. 2050 1023 153 16304 Woodruff. 1005 470 9 4.. 578 861 4657 Plumas..... 473 493.. 707 347 23 22750 Yell ....... 1946 739 36 174.. 913 1079 17897 Riverside... 2093 1156.. 2638 678 534 194

19 Total...105586 41089 2185 3293..

45915 Sacram'nto

2384 46860

3345

1060 61134

7074.. 6666

110 Plurality 63897

66.3 San Benito 17574

582 635...

34 645

62 Per cent. 69.12 27.30 1.43 2.15.. 40.24 55.34

27929 S.Bern'dino 3165 2080.. 3884 1573 796 417 152753

116421
35090 San Diego.. 3621

3621 2469..

2469.. 4303 Tot. vote

1398 1377 152 For president in 1904 Debs, Soc., received 1.816

312782 S. Francisco 129903 11650.. 39816 18027 7250 3:1

35452 San Jo'quin 3160 3474.. 4498 2293 387 115 votes; Watson, Peo., 2,318 and Swallow, Pro., 993.

16037 S.L.Obispo 1574 1683.. 2015 1167 353 132 FOR REPRESENTATIVES' IN CONGRESS, 1906.

12094 San Mateo. 1690 863... 2146 851 124 1. Counties of Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Cross,

18934 S. Barbara. 1794 1323.. 2676 1152 353 Greene, Lee, Mississippi, Phillips, Poinsett, St.

60216 Santa Clara 5714 3805.. 8274 3100 743 400 Francis and Woodruff.

21512 Santa Cruz. 1696 1760.. 2626 1105 407 191 R. B. Macon, Dem.....

17318 Shasta...... 1425 1468.. 1891

543 63 D. F. Taylor, Rep............

.......1,214 4017 Sierra ......

459 592.. 791 376 45 2. Counties of Stone. Sharp, Randolph, Lawrence, 16962 Siskiyou.... 1406 1718.. 2104 1219 184 19

Fulton, Izard, Independence, White, Cleburne, 24143 Solano...... 2061 2918.. 3176 1555 326 118 Jackson, Prairie and Monroe.

38480 Sonoma.... 5687 4346.. 5269 2816 345 118 S. Brundidge, Jr., Dem......

......5,137 9550 Stanislaus.. 1197 1350.. 1437 1110 101 95 E. J. Mason, Rep..............................1,216

5886 Sutter.......
679 807. 872 488

53

21 3. Counties of Washington, Benton, Madison, Car

10936 Tehama.... 877 1281... 1234 720 191 roll, Newton, Boone, Searcy, Baxter, Marion and

4383 Trinity..... 517 402..

308 Van Buren.

18375 Tulare......

1513 2654.. 2221 1613 574 John C. Floyd, Dem.

.....5,715
11166 Tuolumne..

732 780.. 1280 1006 296
14367 Ventura.... 1449

1995 W.

875..

840 N. Ivie, Rep................................3,246

227 62 13618 Yolo........

1305 1782.. 1702 1301 190 4. Counties of Crawford, Logan, Sebastian, Scott,

8620 Yuba .......

693 1091.. 1235 633 Polk, Sevier, Howard, Pike, Little River, Miller

81 and Montgomery.

Total.... 125887 117590.. 205226 89404 29535 7380 W. B. Cravens, Dem...........................7,290

Plurality. 8317 .. 115822 George Tilles, Rep...........

...3,845

Per cent.. 40.36 37.71.. 61.84 26.94 8.89 2.22 5. Counties of Franklin, Johnson, Pope, Yell, Con

Total vote... 311876 ..

331871 way, Faulkner, Perry and Pulaski.

For governor in 1906, Lewis, Soc., received 16,036 Charles C. Reid, Dem...........

.....5,967 votes; Blanchard, Pro., 7,355, and Langdon, Ind. Alonzo Hedges, Rep...........................1.976

L., 45,008. 6. Counties of Desha, Garland, Hot Springs, Sa

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906. line, Dallas, Grant, Cleveland, Lincoln, Drew, 1. Counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Siskiyou, Jefferson, Arkansas and Lonoke.

Trinity, Tehama, Shasta, Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, J. T. Robinson, Dem.......

Sierra, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Amador.

.. .................5,473 R. C. Thompson, Rep........................: 1,010

Calaveras, Alpine, Mono, Mariposa and Tuolumne. 7. Counties of Hempstead, Clark, Nevada, Colum W. F. Englebright, Rep.... .............18,954 bia, Union, Ouachita, Calhoun, Bradley, Ashley,

F. W. Taft, Dem..........

.......13,984 Chicot and Lafayette.

R. L. Webb, Pro............

...... 392 Robert Wallace, Dem (unopposed).......... ....

J. C. Weybright, Soc.......................... 1,736 LEGISLATURE.

2. Counties of Mendocino, Glenn, Colusa, Butte,

Senate. House. J.B. Sutter, Yuba, Sacramento, Yolo, Lake, Napa, Democrats

.......33

128 Sonoma and Marin. Republicans ..........................1

Duncan E. McKinlay, Rep...................23, 411
W. A. Beard, Dem.......

..........20.262
STATE OFFICERS.
A. J. Gaylord, Soc....

.....: 1,524 (All democrats.)

3. Counties of 'Alameda, Contra Costa and Solano. Governor-John S. Little.

Joseph R. Knowland, Rep.......

.....21,510 Secretary of State-0. C. Ludwig.

H. W. Brunk, Dem....

7,716 Attorney-General-J. F. Kirby.

T. H. Montgomery, Pro......

482 Treasurer-James L. Yates.

William McDevitt, Soc.......

.. 2,514 Auditor-A. E. Moore.

Charles C. Boynton, Ind. L...

3,614 Superintendent of Instruction-J. J. Doyne.

4. Part of city and county of San Francisco. Julius Kahn, Rep.......

...... 5,678 CALIFORNIA (Population in 1906, 1,648,049).

David S. Hirshberg, Dem..

3,016 Oliver Everett, Soc......

..... 399 COUNTIES. ~Gov. 1906--PRESIDENT 1904-

5. Part of city and county of San Francisco. Population (57) Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Soc. Pro.

Everis A. Hayes, Rep...... in 190.

Gillett Bell Roosevelt. Parker. Dehs. Swallow. 130197 Alameda... 110296561.. 19065 4399 3293 353

Hiram G. Davis. Dem.....

........17,925 509 Alpine...... 14.. 74 9

Joseph Lawrence, Soc......................... 2.343 11116 Amador.... 889 1181.. 1279915 128 6. Counties of Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Benito, 17117 Butte....... 2057 2753.. 2799 1574 273

Fresno, Kings, Madera, Merced, Stanislaus and 11200 Calaveras.. 1159922.. 1571 844 244 15

San Joaquin. 7364 Colusa.. .. 375 1303 : 885 900 92 15 James C. Needham, Rep......

.18,928 18046 Cont.Costa. 2158 1693.. 2833 1257 391

Harry A. Greene, Dem............. ...12,868 2408 Del Norte.. 383 302.. 429 187 83 14 Herman E. Burbank, Pro......

961 8986 El Dorado.. 831 1245... 1248 865 174

Richard Kirk, Soc...........

........ 1,303 37862 Fresno...... 4082 4642.. 49292815 762

7. County of Los Angeles. 5150 Glenn...... 375 992.. 765 725 24

James McLachlan, Rep.....

....22,338 27104 Humboldt.. 3633 2420.. 4930 1249

97 Robert G. Laucks, Dem.....

.........11,197 4377 Inyo....... 284 190.. 452 231 Levi S. Johnson, Pro........

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· Dem Repito

Claude Riddle, Soc......

...... 3.641 In 1906, for governor, Haywood, Soc., received 8. Counties of San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, 15,907 votes and Lindsey, Ind. Dem., 17,753.

Ventura, Kern, Tulare, Inyo, San Bernardino, FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906. Orange, Riverside and San Diego.

At Large-George W. Cook, Rep...............102,065 Sylvester C. Smith, Rep.......

......22,548 S. W. Bedford, Dem.......................... 76, 468 C. A. Barlow, Dem.................. ......13,992 1. Counties of Adams, Boulder, Denver, Jefferson, N. A. Richardson, Soc.......

..... 4.003 Lake, Larimer, Logan, Morgan, Park, Phillips, LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B. Sedgwick, South Arapahoe, Washington, Weld Republicans ...

......33

106 and Yuma. Democrats .....

R. W. Bonynge, Rep.......
C. F. Tew, Dem.......

.......31, 132 STATE OFFICERS.

2. Counties 'of Archuleta, Baca, Bent, Chaffee. (All republicans.)

Cheyenne, Clear Creek, Conejos, Costilla, Custer, Governor James N. Gillett.

Delta, Dolores, Douglas, Eagle, Elbert, El Paso, Lieutenant-Governor-William R. Porter.

Fremont, Garfield, Gilpin, Grand, Gunnison, HinsSecretary of State-C. F. Curry.

dale, Huerfano, Kiowa, Kit Carson, La Plata, Las Treasurer-William R. Williams.

Animas, Lincoln, Mesa, Mineral, Montezuina, Comptroller-E. P. Colgan.

Montrose, Otero, Ouray, Pitkin, Powers, Pueblo, Adjutant General-J. B. Lauck.

Rio Blanca, Rio Grande, Routt, Saguache, San Attorney-General-U. S. Webb.

Juan, San Miguel, Summit and Teller. Superintendent of Education-E. C. Hyatt.

Warren A. Haggott, Rep.....................54,495

W. W. Rowan, Dem..........................46,593 COLORADO (Population ir. 1906, 615,570.)

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B.
COUNTIES.
Gov.1906 -PRES. 1904

70 Population (59) Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Democrats

18 ...........................1

30 in 1900.

Buchtel Adams Roosevelt. Parker 4800 Adams.... 720 939.. 1115 1041

STATE OFFICERS. 5500 Arapahoe..

1050 925. 1351 717 Governor-Rev. H. A. Buchtel, Rep. 2117 Archuleta..

499 384... 674 357 Secretary of State-Timothy O'Connor, Rep. 759 Baca.

178 140.. 203 130 Treasurer-- Alfred E. Bent, Rep. 3049 Bent........

606 453.. 812 416 State Auditor-George E. Statler, Rep. 21594 Boulder....

3135 2938.. 5487 4030 Attorney-General-W. H. Dickson, Rep. 7085 Chaffee..

1014 1459.. 1612 1601 501 Cheyenne..

165 70.. 145 69 CONNECTICUT (Population in 1906, 1,005, 716). 7082 Clear Creek

970 1090.. 1694 1252 4632 Conejos.. 1207 887.. 2018 901

COUNTIES. GOVERNOR 1906- PRES'T 1904. 8799 Costilla 930 366.. 917 506 Population (8)

Dem. Rep. Pro. Soc. Rep. Dem. 2937 Custer......

454 548.. 587 612

in 1900).

Thayer. Woodruff.O'Brien. Hull. Roosevelt.Parker. 5487 Delta..

1007 880.. 1567 1016

184203 Fairfield ..... 15478 18616 399 465.. 23490 15976 133859 Denver.....

24259 13206.. 32667 28958

195480 Hartford..... 13192 19070 548 568.. 23865 16004 1134 Dolores....

65 115.. 150 167

63072 Litchfield.... 4053 7200 190 68.. 8797 4500

673 3120 Douglas... 549..

4991 3167

96 26..
41760 Middlesex.... 2916
792

4260
524

534 3008 Eagle......

537.. 802 625

269163 New Haven.. 20837 24838 1552.. 31663 21744 3101 Elbert......

500 504..

482

82758 New London. 6765 768

8056

76.. 162

10385 7093 5300 3514.. 9589 5281

21523 Tolland ...... 1761 2397 50 31602 El Paso ....

133..

1772

2964

3947 9244.. 4934 15646 Fremont..

46361 Windham.... 2474

2833 2581 2703.. 3533 3057 5835 Garfield.... 1053 737.. 1639 1280

Total..... 67776 88381 1820 2932...111089 72909 6690 Gilpin.. 931 904.. 1311 1260

Plurality...
20608

38180 741 Grand.......

319.. 475 266

Per cent.... 42.12 54.93 1.14 1.81.. 58.12 38.14 5331 Gunnison.. 797 911.. 1348 1260 Scattering..

11 1609 Hinsdale... 170 179.. 243 239

Total vote.
160912

191127 8395 Huerfano..

2530 476.. 2733 958 For president, in 1904, Swallow, Pro., received 9306 Jefferson....

2042 1398.. 2903 1739 | 1,506 votes, and Debs, Soc., 4,543. 701 Kiowa...

140 142.. 180 124

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906. 1580 Kit Carson.

455 548.. 514 219 1. Counties of Hartford and Tolland, including 18054 Lake........

2172 1803.. 3026 29:36

cities of Hartford, New Britain and Parkville. 7016 La Plata ...

1167 1047.. 1745 1458

E. Stevens Henry, Rep.......................21, 605 12168 Larimer....

2681 1944.. 4138 27
B. M. Holden, Dem..........

........15,039 21812 Las Animas

4714 3163.. 5218 4486

2. Counties of Middlesex and New Haven. 926 Lincoln.....

219 169.. 823 132

788 3392 Logan......

Nehemiah 506..

D. Sperry, Rep....................29,058 821 486

George M. Wallace, Dem...... 9267 Mesa........ 2033 1627.. 2783 1555

............23,757 1913 Mineral....

257 483.. 306

3. Counties of New London and Windham,

575 3058 Montezuma..

Edwin
324

526
528..
563
W. Higgins, Rep.......

........12,391 4535 Montrose....

732 685.. 1306

Omer La Rue, Dem......... 922

..... 8,833 3268 Morgan ....

822 432.. 1136 406

4. Counties of Fairfield and Litchfield. 11522 Otero......

2071 2193.. 2975 2225
Ebenezer J. Hill, Rep........

...26.484 518 4731 Ouray .....

937.. 916 1080
Homer S. Beers, Dem...

.18.969 2998 Park

456 614.. 685 669
| At Large-George L. Lilley, Rei

.88,115 1583 Phillips.... 324 225.. 444 140 Charles E. Donahue, Dem......

.....67,747 7020 Pitkin ..... 583 799.. 922 1120 Duane N. Griffin, Pro..............

.. 1,689 3766 Prowers ... 956 581.. 1155 494

LEGISLATURE. 34448 Pueblo...... 4912 6713.. 9173 6956

(The legislature is republican) 1690 Rio Blanco. 315 438.. 552 391

STATE OFFICERS. 4080 Rio Grande

1050 801..
1417 690

(All republicans.) 3661 Routt.......

890 883.. 1384

Governor-R. S. Woodruff. 3853 Saguache...

685 678.. 922 697 Lieutenant-Governor-Everett J. Lake. 2312 San Juan...

489766.. 708

Secretary of State-Theodore Bodenwein. 5379 San Miguel.

817 558.. 1370 79 Comptroller-Thomas D. Bradstreet. 971 Sedgwick....

326 156.. 347 131 2744 Summit.

349637.. 561 569 29002 Teller.......

3201 3637... 5595 4392

DELAWARE (Population in 1906, 194,479). 1241 Washington..... 323 190.. 460 194

COUNTIES.

PRESIDENT 1904 16808 Weld.....

3243 2475.. 4828

Population
(3)

Rep. Dem. Pro. Soc. Peo. 1729 Yuma.........

773 533.. 1111 523
in 1900.

Roosevelt.Parker. Swallow. Debs. Watson.
Total...
9:2780 74148.. 134687100105
32762 Kent.......

4601 3780 Plurality.. ....

... 18632

34582
109697 New Castle....... 13189 11160 -

146 51
46.25 36.96.. 55.11 41.70
Per cent........

5915
42276 Sussex.........

4407
Total vote. ....
200588 243657

Total

23705 19347 607 146 51 In 1904, for president, Swallow, Pro., received

Plurality.....

4358 3,438 votes; Debs, Soc., 4,304; Watson, Peo., 824,

Per cent..... 54.05 4.11 1.39 .33 .1 and Corregan, S. L., 325.

Total vote......

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