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ILLINOIS SENATORIAL DISTRICTS.

Established Dist.

1. First and 2d wards. Chicago.

2. That part of the 11th ward north of 16th street; that part of the 12th ward north of 16th street and east of California avenue, and the 20th ward, Chicago.

3. Third ward; that part of the 4th ward east of Halsted street; that part of the 5th ward hounded by Union avenue, 35th street, Parnell avenue and 33d street; that part of the 6th ward north of 43d street, Chicago.

4. Twenty-ninth and 30th wards and that part of the 31st ward north of 57th place and east of the Rock Island right of way, Chicago.

5. Sixth ward, except that part north of 43d street, and the 7th ward, except that part south of 63d street and east of Cottage Grove avenue, Chicago.

6. Twenty-fourth ward; that part of the 25th ward north of Devon avenue; that part of the 23d ward west of Halsted street, and the 26th ward, Chicago; also that part of the town of Evanston outside Chicago and those parts of the towns of New Trier and Nlles within the city of Evanston, Cook county.

7. Towns of Thornton, Bloom, Rich, Bremen, Orland. Lemont, Palos, Worth, Lyons, Stickney, Proviso, Leyden, Elk Grove, Schaumberg, Hanover, Harrington, Palatine, Wheeling, Northfleld; that part of Niles outside the city of Chicago and outside the city of Evanston; that part of New Trier outside the city of Evanston. and those parts of the towns of Norwood Park and Maine outside of Chicago, all in Cook county.

8. Lake, Henry and Boone counties.

9. That part of the 4th ward west of Halsted street; the 5th ward, except that part bounded by Union avenue, 35th street, Parnell avenue and 33d street; that part of the 12th ward south and east of 16th street, California avenue, the C, B. & Q. right of way, Clifton Park avenue, 24th street. Central Park avenue, to the Illinois and Michigan canal.

10. Ogle and Winnebago counties.

11. Thirty-flrst ward, except that part nprth of 57th place and east of the Rock Island right of way, and the 32d ward, Cbicagd.

12. Stephenson, Jo Daviess and Carroll counties.

13. That part of the 7th ward south of 63d street and east of Cottage Grove avenue; the 8th and 33d wards. Chicago, and that part of the town of Caiumet outside of the city of Chicago.

14. Kane and Kendall counties.

15. Ninth ward, except that part north and west of 14th street, Johnson street and Maxwell street; 10th ward, except that part north and west of 16th street, Throop street, 14th street and Morgan street, f>nd that part of the 11th ward south of 16th street. Chicago.

16. Marshall, Putnam, Livingston and Woodford counties.

17. That part of the 9th ward north and west of 14th street, Johnson street and Maxwell street; that part of the tenth ward north and west of 16th street, Throop street, 14th and Morgan streets, and the 19th ward, Chicago.

18. Peoria county.

19. That part of the 12th ward north and west of California avenue, C. -B. & Q. right of way and Clifton Park avenue; 13th and 34th wards. Chicago; that part of the town of Cicero south of

May 10. 1901.

Dist. 12th street, and the town of Riverside, Cook county.

20. Kankakee, Grundy and Iroquois counties.

21. Fourteenth ward; that part of the 17th ward south of Augusta street. Holt street. Cornell street, Milwaukee avenue and Green street; that part of the 35th ward south of Chicago avenue, Park avenue and Lake street, Chicago.

22. Vermilion and Edgar counties.

23. Fifteenth ward; that part of the 16th ward bounded by North avenue, Robey street. Division street and Ashland avenue; that part of the 35th ward north of Chicago avenue. Park avenue and Lak,? street, Chicago, and that part of the town of Cicero north of 12th street, in Cook county.

24. Champaign, Piatt and Moultrie counties.

25. Twenty-Seventh and 28th wards, Chicago.

26. McLean and Ford counties.

27. Sixteenth ward, except that part bounded by North avenue, Robey street, Division street and Ashland avenue; that part of the 17th ward bounded by Ashland avenue, Augusta street, Holt street, Cornell street, Milwaukee avenue, Green street, Kinzle street, river and Division street; 18th ward, Chicago.

28. Logan, DeWitt and Mpcon counties.

29. Twenty-first ward, except that part' north of Goethe, State and Schiller streets; 22d ward, except that part west of Halsted street, and- except that part north and west of Sedgwick, Sigel, Cleveland, Clybourn, Larrabee and Division, Chicago.

30. Tazewell. Mason, Menard, Cass, Brown and Schuyler counties.

31. That part of the 21st ward north of Goethe, State and Schiller streets; that part of the 22d ward west of Halsted street and that part of the 22d ward east of Halsted street anil north of Division, Larrabee, Clybourn, Cleveland and Sigel; that part of the 23d ward east of Halsted street, and that part of the 25th ward south of Devon avenue, Chicago.

32. McDonough, Hancock and Warren counties.

33. Rock Island, Mercer and Henderson counties.

34. Douglas. Coles and Clark counties.

35. Whiteside, Lee and DeKalb counties.

36. Scott, Calhoun, Pike and Adams counties.

37. Hienry, Bureau and Stark counties.

38. Greene, Montgomery, Jersey and Macoupin counties.

39. LaSalle county.

40. Christian, Shelby, Fayette and Cumberland counties.

41: DuPage and Will counties.

42. Clinton. Marion, Clay and Effingham counties.

43. Knox and Fulton counties.

44. Washington, Randolph, Perry, Monroe and Jackson counties.

45. Morgan and Sangamon counties.

46. Jefferson, Wayne, Richland and Jasper counties.

47. MndJson and Bond counties.

48. Hardin, Gallatin. White. Edwards, Wabash, Lawrence and Crawford countUs.

49. St. CInir county.

50. Franklin, Williamson, Union, Alexander and Pulaski counties,

51. Hamilton, Saline, Pope, Johnson and Massac counties.

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VOTE FOR ILLINOIS GOV-
ERNORS SINCE 1880.

1880.
Shelby M. Cullom, Rep....314,665
Lyman Trumbull. Dem.....277.532
A. J. Streeter, Greenback.. 28,898

1884. Richard J. Oglesby. Rep...334,234 Carter H. Harrison, Sr„ D.319.635

Jesse Harper. Peo 8,605

James B. Hobbs, Pro 10,905

1888.

Joseph W. Fifer, Rep 367,860

John M. Palmer, Dem 355,313

David H. Harts, Pro 18,874

Willis W. Jones, U. L 6,394

1892.

John P. Altgeld, Dem 425.558

Joseph W. Fifer, Rep 402,686

Robert R. Link, Pro 24.808

Nathan Barnet, Peo 20,108

1896.

John R. Tanner, Rep 587,637

John P. Altgeld, Dem 474,256

George W. Gere, Pro 14,669

Wm. S. Forman, Gold D.. 8.102 C. A. Baustln, Soc. Lab... 986 J. W. Higgs, Nat 723

1900.

Richard Yates. Rep 580,199

Samuel Alschuler. Dem....518.966

V. V. Barnes. Pro 15,643

Herman C. Perry. Soc. D.. 8.611 L. P. Hoffman, Soc. Lab... 1,319

A. C. Van Tine, Peo 1,106

L. G. Spencer, U. R 650

John Cordingly, U. C 334

1901. Charles S. Deneen, Rep...634.029 Lawrence B. Stringer, D..334,880

John Collins. Soc 59,062

Robert H. Patton, Pro 35.440

Philip Veal. Soc. Lab 4,379

James Hogan, Peo 4.364

A. G. Specht, Continental. 780

VOTE FOR STATE TREASUR-
ERS SINCE 1880.
(Minor candidates omitted.)

1880.

Edward Rutz, Rep..: 317,872

Thos. Butterworth, Dem..276,670 J. W. Evans, Greenback.. 26,658

1882.

John C. Smith. Rep 250,722

Alfred Orendorff. Dem 244.585

Daniel McLaughlin. Gbk.. 15,511 John G. Irwin, Pro 11,130

1884.

Jacob Gross, Rep 338,171

Alfred Orendorff, Dem 313.400

B. W. Goodhue. Peo 10.451

Uriah Copp, Pro 11,119

1886.

John R. Tanner, Rep. 276,680

Henry F. J. Ricker, Dem..240.864

H. W. Austin, Pro 19,766

John Budlong, Un. Lab 34,701

1888.

Charles Becker, Rep 369,881

Francis A. Hoffman, Jr., D.348,834

John W. Hart. Pro 21.174

Nathan Barnett, Un. Lab.. 7,491

1890.

Edwin S. Wilson, Dem 331,837

Franz Amberg, Rep 321,990

R. R. Link, Pro 22,306

1892. Rufus N. Ramsay. Dem 425.855

Henry L. Hertz, Rep..
Thos. S. Marshall, Pro..
John W. McElroy, Peo.
1894.

Henry Wulff, .Rep

B. J. Claggett, Dem:.

John Randolph. Peo

H. J. Puterbaugh, Pro

1896.

Henry L. Hertz, Rep

Edw. C. Pace. Dem.-Peo..

E. K* Hayes, Pro

Edward Ridgcley, Gold.D.

1898. Floyd K. Whittemore, Rep. Millard F. Dunlap. Dem...

John W. Hess, Pop

Wm. H. Boies. Pro

1900. Moses O. Williamson, Rep. Millard F. Dunlap, Dem..

Henry C. Tunison, Pro

Jacob Wlnnen, Soc. Dem..

1902.

Fred A. Busse. Rep

George Duddleston, Demt.

Cbas. H. Tuesburg. Pro

A. W. Nelson, Soc

Gottlieb Renner, Soc. Lab.

1904.

Len Small. Rep

Cbas. B. Thomas. Dem

J. Ross Hanna. Pro

E. S. Tebbetts, Soc

1906.

John F. Smulski. Rep

Nicholas L. Piotrowski, D.

William P. Allin. Pro

Wilson E. McDermut, Soc

396.318 26.426 21,579

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POPULATION OF ILLINOIS BY COUNTIES.

Counties. Adams .... Alexander Bond ... Boone .. Brown . Bureau Calhoun Carroll .

Cass

Champaign
Christian
Clark ....

Clay

Clinton ...

Coles

Cook

Crawford
Cumberland
DeKalb ...
DeWitt ...
Douglas ...
DuPage ...

Edgar

Edwards .
Effingham .
Fayette ...

Ford

Franklin ..

Fulton

Gallatin ..
Greene —
Grundy ...
Hamilton .
Hancock ..
Hardin ....
Henderson

Henry

Iroquois ...
Jackson ...
Jasper —
Jefferson ..

Jersey

Jo Daviess.. Johnson ..

Kane

Kankakee
Kendall ..

Knox

Lake

LaSalle ..
Lawrence ..

Lee

Livingston

Logan

Macon

Macoupin .
Madison ...
Marion ...
Marshall ..
Mason ..
Massac .
McDonough
McHenry
McLean .
Menard .
Mercer ..
Monroe ..
Montgomery
Morgan ..
Moultrie .

Ogle

Peoria ....

Perry

Piatt

Pike

Pope

Pulaski .. Putnam .. Randolph Richland . Rock Island. Saline .... Sangamon Schuyler .

Scott

Shelby

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