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Stearns ..

59., 600

75.. 608

.... 281

588

266

48

Eepublicans...

27......

776

102

Austin Otis Cobb Grant Seym.

Stokes Senter Grant Sey'r B'nl'wEther. Scott.

1199

479
1454 | Jackson

...... 390 1862.. 436 Sherburne

513.. 636

342 128 7.. 205 148 Jefferson .....1575 1081.. 2012

71.. 2112 161 Sibley.

617 1.. 382 704 Johnson ...... 654 57.. 501 1.. 623 42

1130 31.. 1030 1524 | Knox .........2143 2497.. 3064 603.. 2881 1021 Steele.

361 75.. 1137 • 503 Lauderdale... 317 1026.. 67 453.. 296 162 Stevens

new co. Lawrence..... 213 855.. 157 174.. 203 84 St. Louis

128 1: 66
20 Lewis

33

_74 Todd.

92
161 35 Lincoln

203 3414.. 4 558.

780 Wabashaw.....1197 889 28.. 1831 11:43 Macon..

439 73!. 433

47 Waseca.....

437 35..

817

518 Madison C64 2883.. 289 267.. 343 503 Washington 51. 6.. 1062 707 | Marion..

498 593.. 439 1.. 472 30 Watonwan...... 135 51 1.. 199 57 Marshal...... 310 2061.. 166 856.. 831 449 Winona.........1713 1873 47.. 2378 2024 | Maury. 1408 3754.. 1909 1012.. 2817 238 Wright.......... 502 420

50.. 985 623 McMinn... ...1195 1286.. 1259 294.. 1295 387 Total... .27484 25501 1761.. 43545 28075

McNairy. 511 1456.. 520

127 Per cent........50.41 46.37 3.22... 60.80 39. 20 Meigs ....

601..

327 87.. 353 135 In 1869, whole vote for Governor, 52985;

Monroe... 557 1422.. 756 110.. 977

161 Horaco Austin over George L. Otis, 1983;

Montgomery..1494 2590.. 1035 683.. 1527 over Otis and Daniel Cobb (Temp. Rep.),222 .

Morgan...

84
126..

186 34.. 179 100 Total vote for President in 1868, 71620. Maj. for Obion

77 2224.. 85 139.. 272 67 Grant, 15470.

Overton... 160 1216.. 290 34.. 411 17
Perry

149 OTHER STATE OFFICERS ELECTED IN 1869.

777.. 142 48.. 216 62 Polk

214 600.. Lt. God. Wm. H. Yale over J. A. Wiswall.

37..

211
Putnam..
no return.

no return. Sec. State. Hans Mattson " F. G. Fladeland.

Rhea....

201 609.. 187 Treasurer. Emil Mauch " C. Baberuch,

55.. 252 55 Roane.

ISCO

268.. 1488 " L. A. Evans. Auditor. C. McIlrath

135.. 1503 109

Robertson, 381 2361.. 212 406.. 348 Atty.- Gen. F. R. E. Corpell" S. Smith.

493 Rutherford....1795 3549.. 957 841.. 2937 Flandreau.

361 Chi. Justice. C.G. Ripley“

Scott....
103 109.. 211

12..

250 Cik. Sup. Ct. S. Hough W.T. Bonnewell.

Sequatchie.... 68

251..

39 II.. LEGISLATURE, 1870. Senate.House.Joint Bal.

122
Sevier
683 263.. 1264 41.. 1353

86 .41 Democrats..

Shelby .3962 7304.. 5116 2871.. 4419 2735 20.

28

Smith. 683 1954.. 617 215.. 993 278 Republican maj... 6 7......... ..13 Stewart..

1151.. 120 830..

252

631 Sullivan... 497 1751.. 585 20..

22 Sumner....... 528 2634 465 378.. 891 224 TENNESSEE.

Tipton.... 38 1114.. 262 1733.. 178 1273 Gov'R,'69. PRES.'68. Gov'r,'67: Union..

581 381.. 626

43.. 618 208 Counties. Rad.* Con.* Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Van Buren.... 30 240..

15

67 11 Stokes Senter Grant Sey'r B’n['wEther. Warren.... 377

1156.. 342
166.. 415

158 Anderson..... 551 474.. 595 142.. 613 355 Washington ..1155 1200.. 1217 69.. 1296 Beaford.. .1346 2331.. 1449 1064.. 1786 918 Wayne.

26 440.. 556 45..

622 24 Benton... 112

796.. 175
31.. 261

21
Weakley.

2215..

506

226.. 769 Bledsoc

339 410.. 365 11.. 395 65 White.. 166 1125.. 165 37.. 356 28 Blount 1272 819.. 1361 112.. 1381 314

Wilson... 919 3287.

850 1218.. 1248 789 Bradley 955 836.. 1084

265.. 1094

288 Williamson... 633 2614.. 561 835.. 1704 574 Campbell.. 698 263.. 550 40.. 639 188 Military vote.

818 2 Cannon 306 1260.. 311 177.

430

157 Total.. Carroll........1154 1577.. 1193

55036 120333.56628 26129. 73484 22440 55.. 1592 69

Fer cent......31.39 68.61..68.84 31.16..76.61 23.39 Carter..

932
218.. 761

30. 921 66 Cheatham 82 548.. 73

207 58

In 1869, for Governor, whole vote 175369 ; Claiborne 672 653.. 591 48.. 795 159

De Witt'c. Senter over William B. Stokes, Cocke.... 585 511.. 783 2.. 938 59

65297. In 1868, whole vote for President, 827572 Coffee.

58 1334..

110
29.. 235 413

Maj. for Grant, 30.190. In 1867, William G. Cumberland.. 153 183.. 242 6.. 250

Brownlow over Emerson Etheridge for Gov.

4 Davidson .4095 6494.. 4517 1452.. 5456 999

ernor, 51044. Decatur.. 130 636.. 121 18.. 207 63

LEGISLATURE, 1869. Senate.House.Joint Bal. De Kalb

658
yao.. 626
262.. 864 182

..20
Democrats,...

86 Dickson 260 1140.. 292 144. 321 117 Republicans..

17.

.22 Dyer 77 1445.. 118 316.. 316 46 Democratic maj.. ..15 49

64 Fayette ......,1233 2061.. 821 672.. 1443 513

Earlier in the summer, an election was held Fentress

144 200.. 196 130.. 220 Franklin.

for three Supreme Court Judges, which re262 1800.. 82 118.. 702

313 sulted in the choice of the regular Republican Gibson.. 397 3452..no return.. 687 Giles

277 candidates, as follows: 1012 3116.. 561 611.. 1879 153 Grainger. 656 991.. 921 129.. 857

Alvin Hawkins, 29434 : J.Q. Shakleford, 11137.

237 Greene. 1402 1762.. 1616

656.. 1530

802 Geo. Andrews, 45132; T. A. R. Nelson, 14494. Grundy 38

Andrew McClain, 25870.

9.. 45 59 Hamilton 895 1562.. 1273

393.. 1480 302 Shakleford ran as an Independent RepubliHancock.. 588 269.. 492

579 20 can, and drew votes from Hawkins in West Hardeman 270 1902.. 506

603 Tennessee. Nelson, as an Independent DemoHardir

670 1050.. 698 236.. 875 117 crat, drew votes from McClain in Middle TenHawkins. 958 1417.. 950

186 nesree.
Haywood .....2069 2026.. 1382 81.. 1655 442
Henderson 724 1151.. 641 105.. 785 112
Henry.. 253 2523.. 168 1.8..

19 WYOMING TERRITORY. Hickman ..... 150 1251.. 97 104..

:62

117 Humphreys... 41

The first election in this Territory was held III.. 102 119.. 267

131

September 2, 1869. For Delegate. W. W. Cor* Both candidates claimed to be Republicans and sup. lett. Republican, received 1965. S. F. Nuck. porters of tbe National Administration, but Gen. Stokes olls, Democrat, received 3401 : Nuckoll's maj. received the larger portion of the Republican votes, while 1936. The Council bas nine members. The Governor Senter received generally the support of the House of Representatives thirteen members. Democrats and ex-Confederates.

Both houses are unanimously Democratic.

... 555

282

8o..

66.......

810.. 446

84.. 107

Leon.

633..

837

297

10+

258

7 834

612 maj.

687

1304

661

41 Smith.

TEXAS.

Davis Hamilton Whit Col. Lamposas.

7

116.. Gov'NOR, '69. No. VOTERS

133 15 Lavaca.

382 Rep.

816 Cons. Regis. in 67.

450..

423 Davis Hamilton White Col.

569 474 521 554 844

Liberty 303

255 29.. 291 306 Limestone, 394 133

369.. 523 291 Live Oak

81 Llano

126
51 201.

maj. 36..
22
McLennan.

797 606..

774 880 Madison.

180

226.. maj. 88.

167 Marion

394 888 257 inaj. Mason

32.. 153

I Matagorda 85 8

27.. 143 501 Maverick. 50 411 539 232

45 11 Medina

220

IO..
346 maj.
1185 416

234 15
Milam
38
116 6

71 491 maj.

JO2.. 316

Montague 76

139 5 1141

479
1005
Montgomery.

356.. 431
601
433.. 189

Nacogdoches, Hard

1227 795

in, Jasper, Sabine, 4.12.. 429 858

San Augustine... -maj. 803.. 1845 105

1359
Navarro
413..

560
514 | Newton..

503 1.47.. 290 54

159 Ņueces

277 148.
352

424
413.
432

242 46
Orange
249
169..

216

146 Palo Pinto 220 328..

Panola. 217

82

Parker.
73
65.. 135

81
Polk

221
274 909.. 1309

669
Presidio

32
Red River

971
28
Refugio.

32. 138
723.
259 Robertson.

513
687 1183
724.

422..

481
Rusk
81

. 1059 758.. 1159
255.

1260 San Patricio..

10
6
105

30.. 72 1 San Saba.

maj. 100..

154 17 Shackelford.

90
-maj. 259.
Shelby

535 333

1005
368
592.

1250
Starr
590

3 Tarrant

54
468.

197
Titus
69

maj. 391..

I115 305.

513 Travis.

593
798..

706
311

884 Tripity

231

194 Tyler

129..

250 243 Upshur.

maj. 149..

769 115

21
Uvalde.

maj. 29..

107 Van Zandt

553 117 Victoria.

335
202..

391
505.. 655 353

398 Walker

1025 426.. 333 969 122.. 434 2

Washington. 2035 959.. 10:43 2385 594.. 400

maj. 81.. 27
1130

577 49.. 116
537..
1174

781 1324 999

Wichita.. 986 171.. 184

1192 668

Willbarger.
594.. 430

833
Williamson

1. 547. 615
801
1010

178
II12.
953 Wilson ..

151 195. 219 227 78.. 389 12

74 Wise..

228

10 172 130.. 332

ma 476

254 513.. 835

1 253 505.. 930

1
1664 370.. 558
328.. 610

449
maj. 45..
III

30907 29422.. 5916148619

Per Cent.... ..51.28 48.72.. 52.11 47.89 .1426 916..

1551

Maj. thus far for Edmund J. Davis over An. 1800 800..

drew J. Hamilton, 1485. 120 277..

178

Later and complete returns elect Davis by 193 335..

269 899 maj. Constitution ratified, 72306 to 4928.

3
322
173

131

LEGISLATURE, 1870. Senate.House.Joint Bal. I 288. 23 Republicans..

Counties.
Anderson..
Angelena.
Archer
Atascosa
Austin.
Bandera..
Bastrop
Baylor.
Bee
Bell..
Bexar
Bianco.
Bosque
Bowie & Davis.
Brazoria..
Brazos..
Brown.
Burleson
Burnett.
Caldwell
Calhoun
Callahan..
Cameron
Chambers.
Cherokee
Clay
Coleman
Collin
Colorado
Comal
Comanche.
Concho.
Cooke
Coryell.
Dallas.
Davis.
Dawson
Denton
De Witt
Demmitt
Duval.
Earth...
Eastland
Edwards.
Ellis
El Paso
Falls..
Fanpin,
Fayette.
Fort Bend.
Freestone.
Galveston.
Gillespie
Goliad..
Gonzales
Grayson.
Grimes.
Gundaloupe.
Hamilton..
Hardeman,
Harris.
Harrison
Hays.
Henderson
Hidalgo
Hill
Hood
Hopkins..
Houston.
Hunt..
Jack..
Jackson
Jefferson,
Johnson
Karnes
Kauffman.
Kendall
Kerr.
Kinney.
Lamar

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859 Webb
464 Wharton

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138 Wood... 694 | Young 352 Zapata. 1146 | Zavella..

516

3/ Total.

2519

.17 50....... -maj. 475..

274
Democrats.

13
775 473..
805 Republican maj.. ..........4 10

14 153

The following State officers, all Republicans, 197 57.. 198 230 are believed to be elected : maj. 220.. 113 251

Lieut. Gorernor..J. W. Flanagan. 20 483.. 469 84 Controller.... ..A. Bledsoe. 31 145.. 323 42 Treasurer. .G. W. Honey. -maj. 345.. 537 165 Land Comm'r....Jacob Kuechler. 122 49. 150 24 Congress, 180 Dist.J. W. Whitemore, Rep. 60 76 10g 12

..John C. Conner, Dem. maj. 15.. 20 1

W. T. Clarke, Rep. 1470 791

4th ..Edward Degener, Rep.,

40.

2d 16
3d"

413.. 1926

228

39.. 1260

NIISSISSIPPI.

Alcorn Dent Perce Brown

For Agst. Jefferson ... 1927

417.. 1672

553 Gov' NOR,'69. Cong. '69. CONS.'68.

Lawrence 957 66..

939
678.. 503

965
For Agst.
Districts
Rop. Cons. Rep. Cons.

Marion.. 276

188.. 247
Alcorn Dent Harris Watford Cons. Cong.
1.

241.. 273

319 Perry

55
181..

55
182..

58
Coahoma ...1270

41.. 864

114
Pike.
810 653.. 779

687.. 511 496 De Soto.. . 2044 1398.. 2023 1372.. 413 2167

Simpson 376

360.. Lafayette.

359.. 367

49 1188 1098.. 1187 1094.. 298 1895

182 Wayne.

397 228.. 389 229.. Marshall.

394

219 .1991 1322., 1982 1161.. 1587 2279

Wilkinson
Panola..

627

..2363 896.. 2372

336.no return.. 2186 2372

890.. 1503 1568
Tippah.

326
815.. 344

808.. 190 162 Total.. .16851 8302..14450_8080..14010_12678 Tishemingo... 446 1232.. 416 1008.. 479 1860

Maj, for Alcorn, 8549; Le Grand W.' Perce
Tunica.

606
32..
601

12.. 499 109 over Leroy S. Brown, 6370, Maj. for ConstituTotal... .10243 6862...10215 6389.. 5833 10154

tion, 1362.

Grand Total.76186 38097..71746 37263..58230 62301 James L. Alcorn over Louis Dent, 3381 ;

Per cent....... .66.66 33.34..65.82 34.18.. 48.31 51.69 George E. Harris over Jefferson L. Wafford,

Maj. for James L. Alcorn over Louis Dent in 3826. R. Bavery, Conservative, received .429 | the State, 38089; Republican maj.on Congressvotes for Congress. Maj. against Constitution

men, 34483. Máj. against the Constitution in in 1868, 4321.

1868, 4071.
II.
Alcorn Dent Morphis Kell'g For Agst.

OTHER STATE OFFICERS ELECTED.
Bolivar

Democrate.
II21 141.. JI19 143.. 1072

Republicans.

157 Calhoun.. 107 533.. 124 432.. 103 997

Lieut. Gov.R, C. Powers over E. Jeffords. Chickasaw 1652 1124.. 1651 988.. 971 1799

Sec. State..James Lynch

T. Sinclair.
Itawamba. 96 215.. 116

145..
207 683

Treasurer. Wm. H. Vasser Jos. McCloy.
Lee.

398
763.. 401
880.. 114

A. W. Wills. 1933

Auditor....H'y Musgrove
Monroe ..2009 920.. 2576 251.. 2067 1759 Atty Gen..J.S. Morris

R. Lowry.
Pontotoc.... 520

T. S. Gathright.
473.. 523 360.. 698 929 Supt. Inst..Henry R. Pease"
Sunflower.... 584 140. 584 130.. 374 301 LEGISLATURE, 1870. Senate.House.Joint Bal.
Tallahatchie.. 756 487.. 757 475.. 196 1031 | Republicans.

. 26 82..........108 Yallobusha ...1264 1565.. 1238 1546.. 932 1963 Democrats.

7 25........... 32 Total... ........9107 6364.. 2089 5353.. 6734 11552 Republican mas..

...19

-76 Maj. for Alcorn, 2743; J. L. Morphis over The vote on the new Constitution was almost William Kellogg, 3736. J.H. Tatum, Conserva unanimous,being 105223 for and only 954 against. tive, received 1405 votes for Congress. Maj. The vote against disfranchisement for Daving against the Constitution in 1863, 4818.

taken part in the Rebellion was nearly unani. III. Alcorn Dent Barry Steers

For Agst.

mous. Atala. 1074

564.. 1013

579.. 989 976 The proposition (submitted separately) to Carroll. ..:128i 1608.. 978 1591.. 276 2727 | forbid the lending of the State's credit to any Choctaw.

.. 741

789.. 738 788.. 277 1381 person or corporation, was adopted. Kemper ..1171 758.. 1159

744.. 1021

953
Leake.

502 366.. 558 242.. 413 722
Lowndes
814.. 4022 1824.. 3229 200.1

CALIFORNIA.
Neshoba.
313.. 326.. 172 540

Elections were held in this State in 1869 for
Noxubee... .3433 687.. 3423 691.. 2978 1301 members of the Legislature, two Judges of the
Oktibbeha 1622 248.. 275 274.. 1235

999 Supreme Court, various minor judges, and Winston 558

550..
546 571.. 410

729 county officers. The result on Supreme Court
Total.. ..14664 6757..12912 7630.IIIIO 12332 Judges was as follcws :
Maj. for Alcorn, 7907; Henry W. Barry over Republicans.

Democrats. Schuyler B. Steers, 5282. J. D. Leflore, Con. Full term. Sawyer ...30936; Wallace.....36692 servative, received 1817 votes for Congress. Short term. Pratt. .28705 ; Crockett....38997 Maj. against Constitution, 1222.

of the various District Judges elected, all
IV.
Alcorn Dent McKee Fisk For Agst.

were Democrats.
Clarke
1147 705.. 1143

LEGISLATURE, 1869. Senate.House.Joint Bal

835
707.. 993
Democrats...

.26
Hinds..

67. -3319 1415.. 3814 1417.. 2869 2011

..11

10.. Holmes..

.21 Republicans. 22:17 739.. 2235 752.. 1793 1207

3.. Issaquena

3

6
Independent..
1312 32.. 1315 31.. 1057

101
Jasper
669
607.. 453 1003 Democratic maj...

54.

.66 Lauderdale...1523

970.. 1517 971.. 1323 1361
Madison, 2508 629.. 2503 629.. 2055 1190
Newton.. 570 726.. 568 725.. 115 1182

NEW MEXICO.
Rankin

987 1006.. 987 1010.. 161 1864
Scott...

The general election was held September 6, 574 535.. 574 527. 291 911 1869. For Delegate, J. Francisco Chaves, ReSmith.. ... 115 489.. 116

3 827 publican, and Vincente Romero Democrat, Warren.

.4641 1005.. 4560 996., 4851 1316 Washington..2537

were candidates. Chaves had a majority of 140.. 2538 140 .. 2733 251 1920 votes, as officially returned

Two preYazoo ..2642 815.. 2631 812.. 1816 1490 cincts, giving him a majority of over 100 each Total. ...25321 9812..25082 9811..20513 15585

were thrown out on account of informality Maj, for Alcorn, 15509; George C. McKee The vote of the Territory was light, reachin: over Archie C. Fisk, 15271. Maj. for Constitu- but 15000, which is probably 2000 or 3000 short tion, 4928.

of a full poll.
V.
Alcorn Dent Perce Brown

For Agst,

There are 13 counties in the Territory, and
Adams. -3179

718.. 3179
715.. 2936 834

those giving majorities for the Republican
Amite. 980
789.. 979

candidate for Delegate, were Taos Sante Fe,

789.. 2228 1093 Claiborne.. ..2093 457.. 2094

San Miguel, Santana, Bernalillo, Valencia, So.

458.. 1696 665 Copiah. .1860 1490.. 1858 1491.. 556 2524

corro Doriana, Grant, and Lincoln. Covington.

The counties giving majorities for the Demon 207 320.. 202 322.. 93 410 Davis

cratic candidate for Delegate were Colfax,
179.. 101 178.. 132 235
Franklin

Mora, and Rio Arriba.
473 579.. 473 580.. 197
Greene..

LEGISLATURE, 1869. Council.House.Joint Bal.
53
122.. 53 122..

59 122 Hancock..

Republicans.

17.............27 129 237.. 139 239.. 143 404

Democrats..
Harrison..

3

.12

9......... 307 157.. 363

.4082

200

200

....93

606.. 551

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MARYLAND,

WASHINGTON TERRITORY. COMP. 69. PRES.'68. Gov'R,'67.

CONG. 69, CoNG. 67 Counties.

Counties.

Dem.
Rep. Dem.

Rep.
Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem.

Dem.

Rep.
McKillip Woolf'a Grant Sey'r Bond Bowie

Garfielde Moore Flanders Clark Allegany

Chehalis....

34... 57 20 2231 2653.. 2428 2721.. 2175 2884 Anne Arundel, 170 1587..

Clalm..

68 41.. 344 1670.. 150 1695

67 49 Baltimore C'y 5237 13642.. 9103 21702.. 4816 19912

Clarke...

.3744

312 279 Baltimore Co. 1682 2915.. 2335 4377.. 1324 4131

Cowlitz.

.101
91..

83 83 Calvert

Island...

81
841..

83
50
67
881

84 626.. 9 Caroline...... 517

Jefferson.

.264 1004

83 129 113 994.. 474 907.. 231 Carroll.

King

184 ..2150 2458.. 2300 2607.. 2291 2815

176. 154 128 (ecil... 1443 2268.. 1715 2481.. 1588 2513 Klickstat.

Ritsop

.260 96. 171 III Charles 12 1238..

59 18.

13 35 1124.. 7 1296 Dorchester

Lewis

106 476 1415.. 311 1572 Mason.

85 320 1260..

84. Frederick ..3668 4002.. 3869 3813.. 370 4185

23 53.

35 Harford

Pacific 766 1925.. 1175 2313.. 806

87

15

45..

2297 Howard..

Pierce. 438 1113.. 400 1012..

..133

86 151.

138 335 1210 Kent..

22 181 1198.. 266 1332.. 136 1420

Skamania.

79.

43 Montgomery . 331 1606.. 399 1745.. 310 1674

Stevens.

55 57..

103 Snohomish

.120 Pr. George's.. 176 1829.. 164 1664..

61

115.. 78 2055 Qucen Anne's. 235 1760.. 275 1528..

Thurston

.260
214..

205 95 1757 Waukiakum St. Mary'e..... 17

20

8 978..

II.. 39 989.. 30 1516

Walla Walla. Somerset ..... 220 1154.. 421 1182.. 137 1315

-384 740. 482 боб Talbot

Whatcum

55 81..

48

65 243 1121.. 357 1252., 138 1273

Yakeina..

25 Washington ..2837 3282.. 3056 3114., 2763226

45.. 19 25 Wicomico 434 1253.. 421 1319.. 263 1570 Total

.2743 2595.. 2368 2272 Worcester 54 1377.. 229 1464.. 135 1401 Per cent.

51.39 48.61.. 51.03 48.97 Total..

In 1869, whole vote, 5338, maj. for Selucius 23412 52754:•30438 62357; -21890 63602 Per cent

Garfielde over Marshal F. Moore, 148. Whole 30.74 69.26..32.80 67.20..25.61 74.39 In 1869, whole vote for Controller, 76166.

vote in 1867.4640 ; maj. for Alvan Flanders, 96. Majority for Levin Woolford over William A.

LEGISLATURE, 1869. Council.House.Joint Bal. Republicans.......

. 21 McKillip, 29342; majority for Seymour, in 1868,

Democrats..

14.

.18 31919; majority for Bowie, in 1868, 41712. THE LEGISLATURE is entirely Democratic. Republican maj...

3
POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT.
1868.
1864.

1860.
STATES.
Rep: Dem.

Union. Dem. Union Rp. Dem. Dem. Union.

Grant. Seym'r. Mj. Lincoln McClel Maj. Lincoln Dougl's Breck. Bell. Alabama.. 76366 72086 4280

13651 48831 27825 Arkansas

22152 19078
3074

5227 28732 20094 California.

54592
51078 514 62134 438.41 18293 39173

3851634334 6817 Connecticut..

50996
47951

3045 44691 42285 2406 43692 15522 1 1641 3291 Delaware. *7623 10980 *3357 8155

8767
*612 3815 1023

7347 Florida Lby Legislature).

367 Georgia 57134 102822 *45688

11590 51889 42886 Illinois

2502931991-13 51150 189496 158730 30766 172161 160215 2404 3913 Indiana 176552 166980 9572 150422 130233 20189 139033 115509 12295

5306 Iowa....

120399 74040 46359

89075 49596 39479 70409 55111 1048 1763 Kansas

31046 14019! 17030

16441

3691 12750 Kentucky..

39569 115889 *76323 27786 64301 *36515 1364 53143 66058 Louisiana. 33263 80225 * 46962

7625 22681 20204 Maine

42396 28630

61803 44211 17592 62811 26693 6368 2046 Maryland

30138 62357*31919 40153 32739 7414 2294 5966 42482 41760 Massachusetts..

136477 59408 77069126742 48745 77997 106533 34372 59391 22331 Michigan 128350 97069 31181 91521 74604 16917 88480 65057 805

405 43512 28072 15470 Minnesota

25060
17375
7685
22069

11920 748 62 Mississippi (no vote].

328340797 250,00 Missouri..

85671 59788 25883 72750 31678 41072 17028 58801 31317 58372 Nebraska

9729 5439 4290 Nevada.

6180 5218 1262 9826 6594 3232

38191 New Hampshire.

31224
6967 36400 32871

3529

25881

37519 New Jersey

80121

60723 68024 *7301 58324 62801 New York

419883 429883 * 10000 368735 3619866749 362646 312510 North Carolina.. 96226 84090 12136

2701 48339 44990 Ohio...

280128 238700 41428 265154 205568 59586 | 231610187232 11405 12194

10961 Oregon..

II125

9888

8157 1431 5270 3951 3006 183 Pennsylvania.

342280 313382 28898 296391 276316 20075) 268030 16765 178871 12778 Rhode Island. 12903 6548) 6145 13692 8470

5222

12244 7707 South Carolina..

62301
45237 17064

el'ctrs chos'n by Le gis. 'Tennessee

56757
26311 30116

1135064709 69274 Texas (no vote]

47548) 15438 Vermont... 44167 12045) 32122 42419 13321 29098

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1929 1629074323) 74681 West Virginia.

29025 20306 8719 23152 10138 12714

108857 84710 24447 Wisconsin

83458 65884 17574 86110 65021 888 161 Total.

3013188 2703600 309588 2216127 1808725 407342|1866452 1375157 847953 590631

52.71 47.29 6.42 55.10 Per cent.....

44.900.2011 39.87 29.31 18.11 12.65 (*Dcinocratic majorities.) In 1868, whole vote 5776788; Grant's maj. 309588. In 1864, whole vote 4024852; Lincoln's maj. 407402. In 1860, whole vote 4680193. Lincoln over Douglas, 491275; over Breckinridge, 1018590; over Bell, 1275821; all others over Lincoln, 947269.

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