The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894, November 17, 1892, Page 2, Image 2
THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT. THE NEXT LEG ISLATD The Eepulicans Fail to Capture Either House, and Hence Cannot Elect a United States Senator. A rULL LIST OF THE MEMBERS. Very Few Democrats Elected Republic cans Gain Some, and Indepen , dents Lose. Summary of the Results. The returns from the various coun ties in the state show that the next house will contain Republicans 48 Independents......; 41 Democrats , 11 The senate will stand: Independents.... 14 Republicans 14 Democrats.. 5 On joint ballot for the election of a United States senator the legislature will stand: Republicans. 62 Independents. 53 Democrats 16 If the independents and democrats pull together they will have a majority of seven on joint ballot. THE RESULTS ANALYZED. It is interesting to inquire into the taature and causes of the changes that have occurred since the election of 1890. At first sight it would appear that the republicans have made great gains at the expense of the indepen dents, but a close inspection of the re sults will show that this is not true to any great extent. In the last senate the independents had eighteen including the traitors, Taylor and Collins. Gage county sends a republican in stead of Collins. Two years ago in Burt and Coming the independents nominated Beck and the democrats endorsed, and the same was true of Turner of Saline. This year there was a three-cornered fight in Burt and Cuming, and the republi cans won. In Saline, the democrats endorsed, but there was a large ele ment of corporation democrats led on by such men as Tobe Castor, who helped the republicans to eltct a sena tor by a small majority. In Adams the democrats helped elect Hill in 1890, but this year there was a three-cornered tight and the republicans won. In York and Fillmore the republi cans have gained a senator by main strength from the independents. But the independents haye got even by electing H. G. Stewart in the north west corner of the state which went re publican in 1890. Then the republi cans have won a senator from the dem crats in Seward and Butler. In the house the independents have gained from the republicans one mem ber from Richardson, one in Sheridan, Dawes, Box Butte and Sioux, and one in Cherry and Keya Paha. The re publicans have gained a number of dis tricts in three-cornered fights, which they lost two years ago, because the democrats endorsed the independent nominations. But the moat signal gains of the republicans have been in democratic districts; for instance, -even members from Douglas, two b tan ton and one from from Cuming, one from from Cass, Wayne, two Washington. The plan of the corporations every where seems to have been to stand by the republican nominees. While they encouraged the democrats to put up tickets to hold the ami-monopoly dem ocrats in line, they swung the corpora tion democrats to the republican nom inees. . In Hall county the democrats and in " dependents stood together ana elected parties'on account of the greater in terest in the state and congressional campaigns. The republicans are as much sur prised at the results as either the dem crats or independents The Bee com menting on the results says: "They are very gratifying because unex pected." The independents would doubtless have won in many close districsif they had forced the fighting on state issues, and more fully shown up the republican rottenness at the state Capitol. The Next Senate. The following is a list of the senators with the names of counties from which they are elected: 1. Independents, 14. J. E. Harris, Nemaha and Johnson. Wm. Sanders, Saunders and Sarpy. J. P. Mullen, Holt, Garfield and Wheeler. Sam'l. J. Packwood, Boone, Greeley, and Antelope. H G. Stewart, Cherry, Sheridan, Dawes, Sioux, Box Butte, Brown and Rock. Wm Gray, Valley, Custer, Loup. Geo. N Smith, Sher man and Buffalo. , T. E. McCarthy, Holt and Howard. J. N. Campbell, Nance, Merrick and Polk. L. L John son, Clay and Hamilton. Wm. Djsart, Nuckolls, Webster and Franklin. W. F. Da)e, Kearney, Phelps and Harlan. L W. Young, Furnas, Red Willow, Hitchcock, Dundy, Gasper, Frontier, Chase and Hayes. J. H. Darner, Daw son, Lincoln, Perkins, Keith, Deuel, Cheyenne, Kimbill, Banner, Scotts Bluff, McPherson, Grant, Arthur, Blaine, Thomas, Hooker and Logan. 2. Democrats, 5. John Mattes, Otoe. W. N. Babcock, Douglas. John Thompson, Washington and Dodge. Jas. E North, Platte and Colfax. F. J. Hale, Madison Pierce, Wayne and Stanton. 3. Republicans, 14. A. It. Scott, Pawnee and Richardson. Orlando Tef t, Cass. C. O. Lobeck and C. A. Clarke, Douglas. Fremont Ever ett, Burt and Cuming. B. F. McDonald Thurston, Dakota, Dixon and Knox. Geo. W. Lowley, Seward and Butler. R. E. Moore and G. W Eggleston, Lan caster. Alex Graham, Gage. John D. Pope, Saline. E. M, Correll, Thayer and Jefferson. J. P. Miller, York and Fillmore. Leopold Hahn, Adams. The Next House. 1. Independents. Julius Smith, Richardson. B. J. Johnson, Nemaha. J. G. Kruse, Knox. L. H. Suter, Antelope. W. A. McCutcheon, Boone. Wm. Schelp, Platte. W J. Irwin, Platte and Nance. J N. Gaffin and P. B. Olson, Saun ders. Richard Dobson, Fillmore. W. F. Porter, Merrick. Fred Newberry, Hamilton. S. M. E der and E. A. McVey, Clay. G. A. Felton, Nuckolls. Austin Riley, Webster. Frank A. Harman, Adams, and Web ster (float). Henry Schlotfeldt and J. L. Johnson, Hall. Charles Grammer. Howard. P. H. Barry, Greeley, Garfield, Wheeler. Loup and Blaine. H. R. Henry and G. C. smith, Holt. J. B. Farns worth, Cherry and Keya Paha. J. D Woods, Dawes, Sioux and Box Butte. G. C. Lingenfelter, Lincoln, Keith, Cheyenne, Duel, Banner, Scotts Bluffs, Kimball and Perkins. H. F. Rhodes, Valley. C. W. Beal, W. P. Higgins, Custer. Albert Dickerson, Sherman. A. J. Scott Buffalo. Edward Krick, Kearney! J. M. Dimmick, Franklin. Samuel Fulton, Harlan. E. Soderman, Phelps. John Stevens, Furnas. Philips, Ford,Gosper and Frontier L. G. Ruggles. Dundy, Chase, Hitch- cock ana Hayes. J. S. Sheridan, Red Willow. George Horst, Polk. J. O. Lynch, Dawson. J. S Dot, Johnson. T. Smith, Johnson and Nemaha, (float). Church Howe, Nemaha. John Cv" Watson, Otoe and Cass, (float). John "A. Daviess and A. S. Cooley, Cass. - -nHr, C. E. Keyes, Sarpy. A. L Sutton, W. N. Nason, M. O Ricketts, J H Kyner, C. A. Goss, A. Lickner and T. D. Crane, Douglas. W. D. Haller, Washington. John F. Kessler, Burt, c E. E. Sisson, Burt, Washington,(float) B. R. Goldsmith, Cuming, R.. F. Kloke,-; Cuming, Thurston and Dakota, (float.) F. S. Goss. Wayne and Stanton. E. E.Ellis, Dixon. - Geo. R. Col ton, Butler. D. J Brownr R. C. Rhea. Seward. R H. Oakley, Joe Burns, Al Cornish J. C. F. McKesson, E. R. Spencer, Lan caster. -. --vui: -: Wm. Kanp and J. R. Vanduyn, Saline. C. B. Hinds. P. H. James, and H J. Merrick, Gage. J. A. Wardlow, Gage and Saline, (float.) G. J. Carpenter, Jefferson. E. H. Jenkins, Thayer. J. Jensen, Fillmore. C. Keckley and N. Johnson, York, John B. Caio, Hamilton. Peter Griffith, Adams. Chas. Robinson, Rock and Brown. John Wilson, Buffalo. Gmrge Cross, Thayer and Jefferson, (float.) Democrats, 11. Henry Gerdes, Richardson. J Sinclair and G. W. Leigigh, Otoe. G. W. Ames and C. Withnell, Douglas N. P. Nelson, John Farrell, Dodge. A. Eickoff, Cedar and Pierce. G. A. Link hart, Madison. John Van Housen, Colfax. C. D. Caspar, Butler. NOTES. j The delegates from a number of dis tricts are considerably mixed owing to scratching, and combinations. Richsrdson sends a democrat, a re publican and an independent. Nemaha sends Church Howe and an independent. Douglas elected seven republicans and two democrats. Fillmore sends back Dobson indepen dent and a republican colleague. Buffalo sends A. 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