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INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS.

Comparative statement showing the receipts from the several objects of internal taxation in the United States during the fiscal years ended June 30, 1906 and 1907.

OBJECTS OF TAXATION.

1906.

1907.

Increase. Decrease.

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SPIRITS. Spirits distilled from apples, peaches, grapes, pears, pineap

ples, oranges, apricots, berries, prunes, figs and cherries.. Spirits distilled from materials other than apples, peaches, grapes, pears, pineapples, oranges, apricots, berries, prunes,

figs and cherries.. Rectifiers (special tax) Wine, made in imitation of champagne, and liquors produced

by being rectified, etc..
Retail liquor dealers (special tax).
Wholesale liquor dealers (special tax).
Manufacturers of stills (special tax).
Stills and worms, manufactured (special tax)..
Stamps for distilled spirits intended for export.
Case stamps for distilled spirits bottled in bond
Grape brandy used in the fortification of sweet wines.
Total...

TOBACCO.
Cigars weighing more than 3 pounds per thousand.....
Cigars weighing not more than 3 pounds per thousand.
Cigarettes weighing not more than 3 pounds per thousand, 36

cents per lb. Cigarettes weighing not more than 3 pounds per thousand, 18

cents per lb.
Cigarettes weighing more than 3 pounds per thousand...

3
Snutt..
Tobacco, chewing and smoking.
Total .........

FERMENTED LIQUORS.
Ale, beer, lager beer, porter and other similar fermented

liquors...
Brewers (special tax)..
Retail dealers in malt liquors (special tax)..
Wholesale dealers in malt liquors (special tax).
Total..

OLEOMARGARINE.
Oleomargarine, domestic, artificially colored in imitation of

butter... Oleomargarine, free from coloration that causes it to look like

butter of any shade of yellow.. Manufacturers of oleomargarine (special tax). Retail dealers in oleomargarine artificially colored in imita

tion of butter (special tax).. Retail dealers in oleomargarine free from artificial colora

tion (special tax). Wholesale dealers in oleomargarine artificially colored in imi

tation of butter (special tax)... Wholesale dealers in oleomargarine free from artificial coloration (special tax).. Total

FILLED CHEESE. Filled cheese, domestic and imported.. Manufacturers of filled cheese (special tax). Retail dealers in filled cheese (special tax). Total...

MIXED FLOUR. Per barrel of 196 lbs or more than 98 lbs... Half barrel of 98 lbs or more than 49 lbs. Quarter barrel of 19 lbs or more than 24% lbs.. Eighth barrel of 244 lbs or less..... Manufacturers, packers or repackers of mixed flour (special tax)... Total .......

ADULTERATED BUTTER. Adulterated butter manufactured or sold, etc.. Manufacturers of aduiterated butter (special tax). Retail dealers in adulterated butter (special tax).. Wholesale dealers in adulterated butter (special tax). Total...

PROCESS OR RENOVATED BUTTER. Process or renovated butter manufactured or sold, etc. Manufacturers of process or renovated butter (special tax)...

Total...

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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 Toial......

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 *53,518.91

96,945.94 Total......

923.833.76 879,915.85

43,917.91 Aggregate receipts.

2 19,102,738.00 269,664.022.8520,561,284.85 *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 Fiscal year ended June 30, 1907.

districts. collectors.

collections,

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 Colorado-Frank 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, 479.43 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.

18,370,191.95

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 Iowa-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
Kentucky

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. 298,944.18 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

2,436,040.24 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.... 16,696,792.78 Washington and Alaska.

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.

ATTEMPT TO KILL PRESIDENT FALLIERES.

Leon Marie Maille, a sailor, fired two revolver shots at President Fallieres of France July, 14, 1907, but the bullets flew wide and did no injury. The executive had just returned to Paris from a

military review at Longchamps in honor of the French day of liberty and was driving through the Avenue Marigny when the attempt to assassinate him was made. Maille was immediately arrested.

Election Returns.

POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT (1904).

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vote. Alabama.. 22,474 79,857 612 83 5,040

57,383 108,822 Arkansas. 46,860 64,434 993 1,816 2,318

17,574 116,421 California. 205,226 89,404) 7.380 29,535

115, 822

331,871 Colorado.... 134,687 100,105 3,438 4,301 824!

34,582

243,693 Connecticut. 111,089 72.909 1,506 4,543 491 575

38, 180

191,127 Delaware..

23.705
19,347 607 146 51

4,359

43,856 Florida.., 8,311 27.016 5 1,605

18,732 39,307 Georgia..

24.003
83.472
685 197 22.635

59,469 130,992 Idaho.. 47.789 18.480 1,013 1,943 353

29,309

72,584 Illinois 632.645 327,606 34,770 69, 225 6,725 4,698 830 305, 039

1,076,499 Indiana.. 368,289 274,345 23, 496 12,013 2,444 1,598

93, 944

682,185 Iowa.... 307.907 149,14111,601 14.847 2,207

158, 766

485,703 Kansas.... 210.895 81.800 7.241 15, 494 6,156

126, 093

324,588 Kentucky 205.277 217,170 6,609 3,602 2,511 596

11,893 435,765 Louisiana..

5,205 47,708
995

42,503 53,905 Maine.. 64,437 27.630) 1,5102,103 338

36,8117

96.027 Maryland 109,497 109,416 3.034 2,247

51

224,224 Massachusetts. 257,822 165.746 4,274 13,604 1,291 2.359 92,076

445,104 Michigan... 361,866 134,151 13,308 8,941 1.159 8,941 227, 715

520,437 Minnesota.

216.651 55,187 6,253 11,692 2,103

974 161,464

292,860 Mississippi.

3,168 53,280
392 1,424

50,112 58,264 Missouri. 321,449 296,312 7,191 13,009 4,226) 1,674 25, 137

643,861 Montana.. 31,932 21.773 335 5,676 1,520 208 13, 159

64,444 Nebraska.. 138.558 51,876 6,323 7,412 20,518

86,682

232 268 Nevada.

6.867 3,982
925 344

2,885

12,118 New Hampsbire. 54,161 34,175 750 1.090 83

20,089

90,162 New Jersey 245,138 164,5.50 6,838 9,582 3,704 2,676 80,588

432,488 New York... 859,441 683.822 20,776 36,883 7.459 9, 125 175, 622

1,617,509 North Carolina.

82,412 124.121

361
124
819

41,679 207.867 North Dakota...

52.5 14,273 1,140 2,017 165

38, 322

70.190 Ohio 600.095 311,674 19, 339 36,260 1,392 2. 633 255, 421

1,026,229 Oregon 60.455 17,521 3,806 7,619 753

42,934

90,154 Pennsylvania..

810,949 337,998 33, 717 21,863

2,211
502, 951

1,236,738 Rhode Island.

41,605 244,839 768 956

488
16,766

68.656 South Carolina.

2.554 52.563
22

50,009 55,140 South Dakota.

72.083 21,969 2,965 3,138 1,240

50, 114

101.395 Tennessee.... 105,369 131,653 1,889 1,354 1,354

26,284 241,619 Texas. 50.307 167,200 3,865 2,787 8,062 421

116,893 232,642 Utah..

62,447 33,413
5,767

29,031

101,624 Vermont.. 40,459 9.777 792 859

30, 682

51,888 Virginia... 46, 150 80,638 1, 382 56 359 218

34,188 129,103 Washington 101,510 28.0:18 3,229 10.023 669 1,377 73, 442

145, 151 West Virginia.. 132,608 100,850 4.413 1,572 99

31,758

239,512 Wisconsin. 279.870 124.036 9,770 28, 220 530 223 155, 831

442,649 Wyoming 21), 489 8,930 217 1,077

11,55.

30,715 Total

7.620.070 5,080,207 258205 401380 111,373 41,330 830 3067182 526,719 13,538,386 Plurality...

2,5 10,463 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

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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. 2779C 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. 17511 Conecuh..
Comer. Stratton. Roosevelt. Parker.Swall'w. 16144 Coosa..
810

73 733 1 153 16 Covington.
265 4.. 126 454 1 19668 Crenshaw
969 4.. 49 1357 8 17819 Cullman.
570
30..

155 1085 5 21189 Dale...
1147 577.

910 1385 13 54657 Dallas.. 433

726

23558 DeKalb.
810 1.. 83 805 426039 Elmore
1376 96. 287 1556 26 11320 Escambia..
1002 12. 74 1421 1027361 Etowah
1205 110.. 502 905 15 | 1113? Fayette.
754 828. 618

738 6 16511 Franklin
418

45 588 4 19096 Geneva.. 720 4.. 79 1131 13 24182 Greene 1092

454.. 990 1345 1 31011 Hale... 1242 91.. 414 701 3 36147 Henry 1750 9. 226 1106

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

Comer Stratton Roosevelt ParkerSwallow 457

106 739 1 870

472 933 7 909 53. 310 907 6 946

180 1077 1490 737.. 1238 1497 11 900 39.. 345 999 11 736 2.. 36 1472 1344 617.. 1237 1716 10 879 43.. 151 1226 402 6. 83

627 1434

500.. 823 1431 968 334.. 599 712 736 416.. 688 767 904 63.. 473 743 373 3.. 17 477 522

27 723 514 4.. 104 701 715 4.. 348 1248 847 91.. 666 1641

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

-DELEGATE 1906Population

(13)

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

SmithCooper Can'n. Ainsw'th 8297 Apache

203 251

9 16 9251 Cochise..

2356 1475 545 61 5514 Coconino

502 417 16 22 4973 Gila

906 559 391 8 14162 Graham

1159 853 256 26 20457 Maricopa

1868 1545 150 81 3126 Mohave

361 107 82 8829 Navajo.

223 19 14689 Pima

755 1368 85 7779 Pinal

270 243 15 4515 Santa Cruz.

353 215

12 37 13799 Yavapai..

1560 1179 374 73 4145 Yuma...

378 474 124 46 Total

11101 8909 2078 508 Plurality

2192 Per cent.

49.13 39.38 9.15 2.25 Total vote.

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

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7 13 Democrats

5 16 21

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Comer Stratton Roosevelt ParkerSwallow 140420 Jefferson..

6874 273,. 1090 6424 68 16031 Lamar..

845
175..

824 3 25559 Lauderdale.

858

28.. 316 1269 10 2012+ Lawrence.

5176 55.. 410 909 5 31820 Lee

658 17. 40 1348 3 22387 Limestone.

774 13.. 187 1053 4 35651 Lowndes...

539 6.. 32 697 23126 Macon...

301 5.. 51 562 43702 Madison..

1309 21.. 182 2119 5 38315 Marengo..

726 2.. 56 1149 14494 Marion

851

195.. 635 1224 23289 Marshall..

1458 476.. 966 1366 69710 Mobile.

967
59..

325 3283 20 23666 Monroe..

470 5.. 46 836 72047 Montgomery.

1365

50 2492 2 28820 Morgan..

976 37. 416 1437 32 31733 Perry

457 1.. 47 799 24402 Pickens..

723

105 866

13 29172 Pike..

817 23. 29 1541 21617 Randolph

580 79.. 695 1518 5 27083 Russell..

338 3. 21 358 1 19125 Shelby

1012 758. 679 1106 31 23684 St. Clair.

983 416.. 593 908 9 32:10 Sumter...

535

16 883 35773 Talladega.

829 50. 232 1264 13 23675 Tallapoosa.

1031 17.. 234 1791 15 36147 Tuscaloosa..

1319

16.

132 1405 25162 Walker..

2047 1015.. 1024 1039 11134 Washington.

312 6.. 54 443 35631 Wilcox

612

2 912 2 9554 Winston..

556 767.. 789 602 Total..

02771 10002.. 22474 79857 612 Plurality

52769

17574 Per cent..

85.80 13.67.: 20.65 13.38 Total vote.

73162

108822 *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, Cov

ington, Crenshaw, Escambia, Montgomery, Pike and Wilcox. A. A. Wiley, Dem......

..6.001 J. C. Fonville, Ind... 3. The counties of Barbour, Bullock, Coffee, Dale,

Geneva, Henry, Lee and Russell.
H. D. Clayton, Dem..

6,922 4. The counties of Callioun, 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. IIeflin, 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.B. Democrats

.35 104 139 Populist-republicans

1

1 Populist-republican

1

1 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. Cominissioner of Agriculture and Industries-J. A.

Wilkinson.

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761

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

COUNTIES. --GOVERNOR 1906 -PRES. 1904 Population (75) Dem. Rep. Soc. Pro. Rep. Dem. in 1NX).

Little W'rth'st'n Hogan Adams Roosevelt. Parker. 12973 Arkansas.. 892 344 24

470 753 19734 Ashley 1580 648 5 18.. 317

804 9298 Baxter.. 755 352 20

236 426 31011 Benton.. 2 130 1006 127

1202 1983 1656 Boone 1161 814 36

23..

618 910 9651 Bradley..

611 49 2 2.. 188 569 8.39 Calhoun... 739 78 1 2.

501 18818 Carroll 1305 1054 18 38.. 869

923 14528 Chicot... 637 297 2 1.. 496 549 21289 Clark.... 1109 333 8 79.. 732 15880 Clay 1779 910 42

49..

752 968 9628 Cleburne.. 873 260 36 43.. 214 394 11629 Cleveland. 832 190 14

330 704 22977 Columbia. 1276 256

16.. 554 1415 19772 Conway.... 2837 724 16

937 1572 19505 Craighead. 2101

55
73..

559

1051 21270 Crawford. 1781 1182 55

941 875 14.529 Crittenden 789 107

9.. 412 314 11031 Cross...... 1013 382 32

321 630 11518 Dallas.... 679 285

496 604 11511 Desha ..... 291 102

3..

82

204 19.51 Drew... 1291 292

593 953 29780 Faulkner. 2369 767 21

1073 17395 Franklin... 1512 642 47 67..

593 968 12917 Fulton.... 882 427 15

359

481 18773 Garland... 3059 705 58

854

804 7671 Grant...... 612 58

4.. 151

406 16979 Greene. 1661 316 11 66.. 409 922 24101 Hempst'd. 2021 1017

1477 1410 12748 Hot Spr’gs 1456 410

45. 537

605 14076 Howard ... 1323 214

34.. 500 641 22557 Indepen'ce 2117 1019

736 13506 Izard.......

1052 375 15 45.. 313 605 18383 Jackson.... 1392 716 23 46.. 677 746 40372 Jefferson.. 2301

47 20.. 1324

1520 17118 Johnson.. 1532 514 58

507 1017 10594 Lafayette.

455 11 17.. 566 614 16191 Lawrence. 1768

661

4... 531 672 19409 Lee..... 2206 1326 6

1563 1082 13389 Lincoln 1114 151

7.. 352 13131 Little Riv'r 949 418

22 20.. 388 557 29563 Logan...... 1796 821 8

49..

1007 12:37 22514 Lonoke.... 2339 316 27 54..

1178 19864 Madison... 1532 1343 36 14. 1160 1072 11377 Marion... 772

386 11

356 580 17558 Miller 1094 495 23 58.. 666 1538 ! Mississippi 1394 534

32 34.. 417 699 16816 Monroe.... 915 242

13..

555 757 9:14 Montgom'y 1004 360 31 23.. 491 342 16609 Nevada ... 1312

616
15 118..

556 595 12:38 Newton... 515 1052 24

645 290 20-92 Quachita.. 1271 10418

38.. 974 1083 7294 Perry

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Little Worthington Hogan Adams Roosevelt, Parker. 18352 Polk...

886 281 34

350..

476 523 21715 Pope. 1782 800

13 51.. 850 1424 11875 Prairie.. 781 347 13 20.. 618 639 63179 Pulaski.. 3181 1604 93

85..

2 150 3099 17136 Randolph. 1907

458

38 52. 409 838 17157 Saline... 1028 221 8 5.. 391 588 13122 Scott

1270 347 123 39.. 458 458 13183 Searcy.. 837 1093 29 10.. 709 404 11988 Sebastian. 3309 1058 298 117.. 1254 1615 36935 Sevier 1416 279 51 32.. 412 711 16339 Sharp...

1030 261 / 31 33. 288 671 12199 St. Francis 1373 372 15 27. 577 737 8100 Stone.. 771 335 7

19.. 233 22495 Union 1725 211 4 21.. 297 955 11229 Van Buren 1073

681
12 8..

542

578 31256 Washing'n 2172 1213 114 87.. 1369 1978 24564 White.... 2286 638 68 207.. 676 1238 16304 Woodruff. 1005 470 9 4.. 578 861 22750 Yell

1946 739 36 174.. 913 1079 Total...105586 41089 2185 3293., 40000 61134 Plurality 63897

17574 Per cent. 69.12 27.30 1.43 2.15.. 40.24 55.31 Tot. vote 152753

116421 For president in 1904 Debs, Soc., received 1.816 votes; Watson, Peo., 2,318 and Swallow, Pro., 993.

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906. 1. Counties of Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Cross,

Greene, Lee, Mississippi, Phillips, Poinsett, St.
Francis and Woodruff.
R. B. Macon, Dem...

.5,715 D. F. Taylor, Rep...

....1,214 2. Counties of Stone. Sharp, Randolph, Lawrence, Fulton, Izard, Independence, White, Cleburne, Jackson, Prairie and Monroe. S. Brundidge, Jr., Dem...

.5.137 E. J. Mason, Rep...

...1,216 3. "Counties of' Washington, Benton, Madison, Car

roll, Newton, Boone, Searcy, Baxter, Marion and Van Buren. John C. Floyd, Dem...

.5, 715 W. N. Ivie. Rep....

.3.246 4. Counties of Crawford, Logan, Sebastian, Scott,

Polk, Sevier, Howard, Pike, Little River, Miller and Montgomery. W. B. Cravens, Dem...

.7,290 George Tilles, Rep....

...3,845 5. Counties of Franklin, Johnson, Pope, Yell, Con

way. Faulkner, Perry and Pulaski. Charles C. Reid, Dem..

.5,967 Alonzo Hedges, Rep..

.1.976 6. Counties of Desha, Garland, Hot Springs, Sa

line, Dallas, Grant, Cleveland, Lincoln, Drew, Jefferson, Arkansas and Lonoke. J. T. Robinson, Dem...

...5,473 R. C. Thompson, Rep.

...1,010 7. Counties of Hempstead, Clark, Nevada, Colum

bia, Union. Ouachita, Calhoun, Bradley, Ashley, Chicot and Lafayette. Robert Wallace, Dem (unopposed)..

LEGISLATURE.

Senate. House. J.B. Democrats

.33 95 128 Republicans

1
4

5 STATE OFFICERS.

(All democrats.)
Governor-John S. Little.
Secretary of State_0. C. Ludwig.
Attorney-General-J. F. Kirby.
Treasurer-James L. Yates.
Auditor-A. E. Moore.
Superintendent of Instruction–J. J. Doyne.

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Population

Gillett Rell Roosevelt Parker DebsSwallow 16480 Kern

1454 1878.. 2359 1724 436 52 9871 Kings.

1656
967..

1110 595 121 66 6017 Lake..

492 743.. 641 594 124 53 4511 Lassen

391 481.. 573 301 35 5 170298 Los Angel's 20:36 12937.. 32507 100.30 4017 2299 6364 Madera.

026
781..

784 610 92 26 15702 Marin

17450 1247.. 2199 772 127 12 4720 Mariposa...

322
454..

461 486 121 7 20165 Mendocino. 2114 2028.. 2904 1189

235 90 9215 Merced.. 792

1116..

972 863 108 38 5076 Modoc....

456
658.. 559

18 16 2167 Mono..

193
169..

245 82 47 5 19380 Monterey... 1755 1560.. 2453 1415 167 11 16451 Napa

1303 2480. 2425 1135 177 94 17798 Nevada.. 1239

1983..

2249 1067 340 71 19696 Orange

2566

26005 1031 501 276 15786 Placer.. 1255 1729.. 2050 1023 153 18 4657 Plumas. 473 493..

707

347 23 6 17897 Riverside... 2093 1156..

2638 678 531 194 45915 Sacram'nto 3345 7074.. 6066 2384 1060 110 663 San Benito 582

635..

888 615 34 62 27929 S.Bern'dino 3165 2080..

3884 1573 796 417 33090 San Diego.. 3621 2169.. 4303 1398 1377 152 312782 S. Francisco 129903 11650.. 39816 18027 7230 351 35152 San Jo'quin 3160 3474.. 4498 2293 387

115 16637 S.L.Obispo. 1574 1683..

2015 1167 353 132 12094 San Mateo. 1690 863..

2146

124 1+ 18334 S. Barbara. 1794 1323..

2676 1152 363 77 60216 Santa Clara 5714 3805.. 8274 3100 743 400 21512 Santa Cruz. 1696 1760.. 2626 1105 407 191 17318 Shasta... 1425 1468.. 1891 935 543 63 4017 Sierra

459 592.. 791 376 45 16962 Siskiyou.

1406 1718.. 2104 1219 18+ 19 24143 Solano.... 2061 2918.. 3176 1555

326

118 38180 Sonoma 5687 4346.. 5269 2816 345 118 9550 Stanislaus.. 1197 1350.. 1437 1110 101 95 5886 Sutter...... 679

807..

872 488 53 21 10996 Tehama. 877 1281.. 1234 720 191 46 4383 Trinity

517 402.. 467 308 84 18375 Tulare... 1513 2654.. 2221 1613 574 131 11166 Tuolumne. 1732 780..

1280 1006 296 43 14367 Ventura.. 1419

875.. 1935 810

62 13618 Yolo..

1305
1782.. 1702 1301

190 88 8020 Yuba

693 1091.. 1235 633 81 Total... . 125887 117590.. 205226 89401 29535 7380 Plurality. 8317

115822 Per cent.. 40.36 37.71.. 61.84 26.94 8.89 2.22 Total vote... 311876

331871 For governor in 1906, Lewis, Soc., received 16,036 votes; Blanchard, Pro., 7,355, and Langdon, Ind. L., 45,008.

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS, 1906. 1. Counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Siskiyou,

Trinity, Tehama, Shasta, Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Nevada, Placer, ΕΙ Dorado, Amador. Calaveras, Alpine, Mono, Mariposa and Tuolumne. W. F. Englebright, Rep..

.:18,954 F. W. Taft, Dem..

..13,984 R. L. Webb, Pro...

392 J. C. Weybright, Soc.

1,736 2. Counties of Mendocino, Glenn, Colusa, Butte,

Sutter, Yuba, Sacramento, Yolo, Lake, Napa,
Sonoma and Marin.
Duncan E. McKinlay, Rep.

.23,411 W. A. Beard, Dem...

.20, 262 A. J. Gaylord, Soc....

1,524 3. Counties of Alameda, Contra Costa and Solano. Joseph R. Knowland, Rep.

.21,510 H. W. Brunk, Dem...

7,716 T. H. Montgomery, Pro..

432 William McDevitt, Soc..

2,514 Charles C. Boynton, Ind. L..

3,614 4. Part of city and county of San Francisco. Julius Kahn, Rep..

5,678 David S. Hirshberg, Dem.

3,016 Oliver Everett, Soc..

399 5. Part of city and county of San Francisco. Everis A. Hayes, Rep.

22,530 Hiram G. Davis, Dem.

.17,925 Joseph Lawrence, Soc..

2,343 6. Counties of Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Benito,

Fresno, Kings, Madera, Merced, Stanislaus and
San Joaquin
James C. Needham, Rep.

18,928 Harry A. Greene, Dem.

.12,868 Herman E. Burbank, Pro.

961 Richard Kirk, Soc....

1,303 7. County of Los Angeles. James McLachlan. Rep..

22,338 Robert G. Laucks, Dem..

.11,197 Levi S. Johnson, Pro....

2,189

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

COUNTIES. -Gov, 1906---PRESIDENT 1904--Population (57) Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Soc. Pro. in 19.

Gillett Bell Roosevelt. Parker. Dels. Swallow. 130197 Alameda... 11029 6561.. 19065 4399 3293 353

509 Alpine...... 52 14.. 74 9 11116 Amador... 889

1181.. 1279 915 128 27 17117 Butte

2057 2753.. 2799 1574 273 111 11200 Calaveras.. 1159 922..

1571 844 214 15 7364 Colusa.. 375 1303 :

885

900 92 15 18016 Cont.Costa. 2158 16.3.. 23:33 1257 391 48 2108 Del Norte.. 383

302..

429 187 83 14 8986 El Dorado.. 831 1215.. 1218 865 174 20 37862 Fresno... 4082 4642.. 4929 2815 762 330 5150 Glenn.... 370

992. 765 725 24 15 2104 Humboldt.. 333 2420.. 4930 1219 457 97 43:7 Inyo..... 284 190..

452 231

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