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ELEOi \ND CONGRESSIONAL, by TOWNS, for 1870, with namei of 
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EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 

1871. 



'" • Eclipses for the Year 1871. 

T^-irowill be four Eclipses this year, as follows: 

"tii\l Eclipse of tlie Moon, January 6th. in the evening: vfsiole In the eastertj 
^^ • ■, United States, and east of Alabama and Minnesota, the Moon rising more or 

^^V ,11. The middle of the eclipse will be visible in the northeastern part of the 

Uiiitev. vji-ates. Size there 8.316 digits on the southern limb. 

II. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun June 17th : invisible in America. 

III. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, July 2d, in the morning; visible In California and 
Oregon. The eclipse begins at San Francisco, California, and in Portland, Oregon, at 4h. 
16m. in the morning; and the Moon sets eclipsed in part in the Pacific states. 

IV. A Total Eclipse of the Sun, December llth; invisible in America. 

MoRNTNG Stars.— Venus from September 26th to er.d of the year. Mars not this year. 
Jupiter from June 30th to October 22d. Saturn until March 30th. 

EvKXiNG Stars.— Venus until September 26th. Mars all the year. Jupiter until June 
30th, and altet October 22d. Saturn from March 30th to end of the year. 

Planets B^ifoHTEST.— Mercury, February 13th, June 13th, and October 6th. rising 
before the Sun; also April 20th, August 17th. and December 12th. setting soon alter the 
Sun, Venus, August 2Uth, and November 1st, being at the latter time an early Morning 
Star. Mars, March 19th, rising about sunset. Jupiter not this year, not reaching the 
opposition. Saturn, June 28th, rising about sunset. 

The Star Sirius.— Many things combine to render this brilliant star an object of 
profound interest. Who can gaze on its pure silvery radiance, and reflect how many 
ages it has adorned the heavenly dome with its peerless luster, and how many genera- 
tions of mankind have rejoiced in it — and among them all the wise and the good and 
the great of history, without awe and admiration! In ancient Egypt, it was an object 
of idolatrous interest. It was then of a brilliant red color, but is now a lustrous white ; 
and the cause of this change of color, as well as the nature and period of the revolution 
it denotes in the star itself, are wholly unknown. Its distance from our earth Is not less 
than ) ,;i00,000 times our distance from the sun ; and its light must travel twenty-two years 
to reach us! Another circumstance of deep interest connected with it is. that it has 
changed its position, during the life of the human family, by about the apparent diameter \ 
of the moon: and that astronomers, detecting some irregularities in its motion, have I 
been convinced that it had a companion star — wliich they thought must be non-lumi- j 
nous, since their telescopes could not detect it. But Mr. Clark, with his new and power- 1 
ful achromatic telescope, has found this neighbor of Sirius, hitherto invisible, and verified 
the conclusions to which astronomers had been led by reasoning on the facts they had 
ascertained, 

Locatixo the Stars.— Tlie German Astronomical Society has divided the work of 
cataloguing the stars between eleven observatories in different parts of Europe, and the 
Chicago Observatory in this country. This work, which has not been done since 1820, 
will occupy from five to eight years, every star requiring at least tw^o observations. The 
portion of the heavens assigned to Prof. Saflord of Chicago contains 8,000 stars, and he 
expects to make 20,000 observations with bis magnificent telescope. 

U>rsusPECTKD Sources of Hkat.— Notonlydo the stars fill thenightwitli beauty by 
their radiant light, but it is now ascertained that the most brilliant give out a perceptible 
amount of heat. Through the agency of a delicate instrument called the galvanometer, 
and the telescope, it is easy to register the amount of heat given out by several of the 
starry orbs. It is a singular fact, that, though the full moon so far outshines them, the 
same instrument will accord scarcely a trace of heat from the luminary that shines with 
reflected light. 

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estiug in the busy world. 

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inr<irnuition nut within the r.ach of other newspapers. Its Legislative repo. „•> are iiiti 
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enable it to give llieCoiigre sioiial proceedings on the same day that they occur. The 
proceedings of Conventions, Politiciil or otherwise, bpeeches, Addresses and Public 
Documents, all find place and comment in its columns. 

Commercial Department. 

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EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



1st Month. 



JANUARY, 1871. 



31 Days. 



DIOON'S FHAS£S. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Waahfn. 


Cbarlea'n 


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SUPREME COUET — Special and Circuit Terms for January. 



TXHB. TERM 

1st Men. S. T. (Ch 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
2d Mon., 
do 
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do 
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Ulster, 

Otsego 

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Columola, 



JUSTICB. 

Sutherland, 
Brady. 

Pratt. 

Tappen. 

Parker. 

Boardman. 

E. D. Smith. 

Johnson. 

Dwlght. 

Gilbert. 

Miller. 

Murray. 

Daniels. 

In gal Is. 



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3d Tues., 

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4th Mon. 

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L'tMon. 

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Sp'l Term 
C.aO.aT., 



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do 
Sp'l Term 
do 



PLACE. 

Oneida,_... 
Ball.s. Spa 
Oswego, ... 
Orleans,... 
Plattsb'h, 

Erie 

Albany, ... 
Liv'ston,.. 
Wayne. ... 
Catt'gus, _ 
Niagara, .. 
Delaware. 
Madison,.. 
Monroe,... 
Albany,... 



JUSTICB. 

Potter. 

Foster. 

Talcott. 

James. 

Barker. 

Miller. 

Johnson. 

Dwight. 

Barker. 

Talcott. 

Boardman. 

Parker. 

E. D. Smith. 

Hogeboom. 



January 6, Feast of the E 
15, Feast of the hoi 
20, St. Sebastian 



niphany. 

lily name of Jesus. 



January 2.3, Espousals of the Virgin Mary. 
2.5. Conversion of St. Paul. 
27. St. John Chrysostom. 



KVENINQ JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



2d Month. FEBRUARY, 1871. 28 Days. 


MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Washfn. Charles'n. 


Sun on merid. 
or noon mark. 




VAT. 


B. U. 


B. M. 


■. u. 


B. M. 


D. 


B. M. ■ 


Full Moon, .... 


5 


9 18 mo 


9 6mo 


8 51 mo 


S 42 mo. 
9 10 mo. 


1 

9 


12 13 51 
12 14 27 


Third quARTKR, 


12 


10 16 mo 


10 4 mo 


9 52 mo. 




19 




8 53 mo 


8 41 mo 


8 29 mo. 
5 18 mo. 


17 
25 


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27 


5 51 mo. 


5 42 mo 


5 30 mo. 


12 


13 17 


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12 14 26 


7 6 


5 23 


8 55 


1 47 


7 3 


5 26 


8 5<l 


10 31 


7 


5*^9 


8 57 


9 


Th. 


12 14 27 


7 5 


5 24 


10 4 


2 31 


7 2 


5 27 


10 4 


11 13 


6 59 


5 30 


10 3 


10 


Fr 


12 14 28 


7 4 


525 


11 16 


3 16 




52S 


1114 


ev. 1 


658 


5 32 


11 12 


11 


Sa. 


12 14 29 


7 2 


5 26 


morn. 


4 5 


1 


5 30 


morn. 


1 2 


6 57 


5 33 


mor 


12 


B 


12 14 28 


7 1 


5 28 


27 


5 3 


6 58 


5 31 


25 


1 49 


6 55 


5 34 


22 


13 


M 


12 14 27 


7 


529 


1 38 


6 7 


6 57 


5 32 


1 35 


2 53 


6 54 


5 35 


1 30 


N 


Til. 


12 14 25 


6 59 


5 30 


2 51 


7 IS 


6 56 


5 34 


2 46 


4 3 


6 53 


5 36 


2 41 


15 


vv. 


12 14 22 


6 57 


5 32 


3 59 


827 


6 55 


5 35 


3 54 


5 12 


6 52 


5 38 


3 48 


16 


Th. 


12 14 IS 


656 


5 33 


5 


9 31 


6 53 


5 36 


4 55 


6 17 


6 51 


5;w 


4 49 


17 


Fr. 


12 14 11 


6.*^ 


5 35 


5 53 


10 28 


6 52 


5 »7 


5 48 


7 12 


6 49 


5 40 


5 43 


18 


Sa. 


12 14 9 


6 53 


5 36 


6 37 


11 19 


6 51 


5 39 


6 3:{ 


8 


6 48 


5 41 


6 28 


19 


B 


12 14 4 


6 52 


5 38 


sets. 


morn. 


6 49 


5 10 


Bets. 


8 46 


6 47 


5 4? 


f>ete 


20 


M. 


12 13 57 


6 50 


5 39 


6 58 


1 


6 48 


5 41 


6 59 


9 28 


6 46 


541 


7 1 


21 


Til 


12 13 51 


6 4S 


5 40 


8 2 


42 


fl 46 


5 43 


8 3 


10 8 


6 44 


5 45 


K ^ 


22 


W. 


12 13 43 


6 47 


5 42 


9 4 


1 22 


6 45 


5 44 


9 4 


10 43 


6 43 


5 46 


9 4 


23 


Th. 


12 13 35 


6 45 


5 43 


10 6 


2 1 


6 44 


5 45 


10 5 


11 21 


6 42 


5 47 


10 4 


21 


Fr. 


12 13 26 


6 44 


5 45 


11 5 


2 3!> 


6 42 


5 46 


11 3 


morn. 


6 40 


5 48 


11 


2.) 


Sa. 


12 13 17 


6 42 


5 46 


mom. 


3 IS 


6 41 


ft 48 


mom. 


3 


6 38 


5 49 


11 59 


2() 


B 


12 13 7 


6 41 


5 47 


5 


4 1 


6 39 


5 49 


2 


48 


637 


5 51 


mor 


2; 


M. 12 12 5R 


6 39 


5 49 


1 3 


4 49 


6 3S 


5 50 


59 


1 37 


6 36 


5 52 


(1 't.l 


2« 


Tu. 12 12 45 


6 38 


5 50 


2 2 


5 15 


6 37 


5 51 


1 57 


2 31 


6 31 


553 152 



SUPREME OOURT-Special and Circuit Terms for February. 



TIME. 



TERK. 



PLACE. 

l3t Mon. S. T. (Mo.) N. York 
do S. T. (Ch.) drf 
do C.AO.<feT., do 
do do do 

do 3. T. (Mo.) Kings. -. 
do C.A 0.4 T., Sullivan 
do do 

do do 

do do 

2d Men., do 
do do 

do do 



Fonda, 
Onondaga 
Monroe, .. 
Rens'Iaer 

Rome 

Ontario,... 



JUSTICE. 

. Tngraham. 
Barnard- 
Sutherland. 
Brady. 

, Gilbert. 

B^kes. 

J. C. Smith. 
Hogeboom. 
Foster. 
D wight. 



TIME. 

2d Tues., 
3d Mon., 

do 

do 

do 
3d Tues., 
4th Tues. 

do 
L't Mon. 

do 

do 
L't Tues. 



TERM. PLACE. 

Sp'l Term Oswego,. 
S. T. (Is.), Kings, .... 
C.aO.aT., Greene. . 
do Chen'go, 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Bflmont, 
Canton, ... 
Malone.... 
Sandy H'l 
Chemung. 
Tioga 



Sp'l Term Monroe, 
do Albany, 



JUSTICE. 

Gilbert. 

Ingalls. 

Murray. 

Daniels. 

Jame.s. 

James. 

Potter. 

Murray. 

Boardman. 

E. D. Smith. 

Learned, 



February 2, Purification of Virgin Mary. 
14, St. Valentine's Day. 
21, Shrove Tuesday. • 



February 22, Ash Wednesday. 

22. Washington's Birthday. 
24, St. Matthias. 



A Wonderful Achievkment.— Machinery has been brought to such perfection that 
an iron foundry in Penusylvania has rolled out a finely polished sheet of iron three feet 
long and twelve inches wide, thinner than ordinary writing paper, and weighing but 
three and a half ounces. j «- . e> & •. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



3d Mokth. 



MARCH, 1871. 



31 Days. 



MOOIf'S FHASS3. 



P0tL Moon 

TuiRu Quarter, 

New Moon 

FuMT Quarter, , 



Boston. N. York. WasUfn. Charles'n. or noon m^iik. 



10 55 cv. 
5 3(5 cv. 

11 IGev. 
2 Omo 



10 43 ev. 
5 2i ev. 

11 4ev. 
1 48 mo. 



10 31 ev. 

5 I'i ev. 
10 52 ev. 

1 36 mo 



10 19 ev. 

5 ev. 
10 40 cv 

1 24 mo. 



12 12 33 
12 10 42 
12 8 30 
12 G 5 



i 


^' 


















p 


Q 


1 


w. 


2 


Th. 


3 


Fr. 


4 


Sa. 


5 


B 


a 


M 


7 


Tn. 


H 


W. 


9 


Th. 


to 


Fr. 


11 


Sa. 


12 


B 


13 


M. 


14 


Til. 


15 


W. 


16 


Til. 


17 


Fr. 


IS 


Sa. 


19 


B 


20 


M. 


21 


Til. 


22 


\V. 


23 


Th 


24 


Fr. 


25 


Sn. 


5W 


R 


27 


M. 


tH 


Tn. 


29 


W. 


30 


Th. 


31 


Fr. 



li 12 33 
12 12 21 
12 12 8 
12 11 55 
12 11 41 
12 11 27 
12 11 12 
12 10 S-i 
12 10 42 
12 10 27 
12 10 11 
12 9 55 
12 9 38 
9 21 
9 4 
8 47 
8 30 
8 12 
7 51 
7 30 
7 18 
7 
C 42 
G Zi 
6 5 



5 47 

5 28 
5 10 
4 51 
4 33 
4 15 



CALENDAB 

For V. Engl'd. N, Y. Mioh. 

Wis.. Iowa and Oregon. 



6 36 
35 
6 33 
6 31 
G 3U 
6 28 
6 2ti 
6 25 
6 23 
21 
6 20 
6 18 
6 16 
6 14 
6 13 
6 11 



6 
5 59 
5 57 
5 55 
5 53 
5 52 
5 50 
5 4S 
5 40 
5 45 



■ DIf 
■ ITl. 



5 51 
5 52 
5 53 
5 51 
5 55 
5 50 
5 57 
5 58 

5 59 
G 

6 2 
6 3 
6 4 
G 5 
G 6 
6 7 
6 9 
G 10 
6 11 
G 12 
G 13 
14 
G 15 
6 17 
6 18 
6 19 
6 20 
6 21 
6 22 
6 23 
6 21 



MOOS 

■ ITS. B0aTO!> 



2 57 

3 49 

4 37 

5 23 

6 
riees. 

6 40 

7 52 
9 5 

10 17 

11 31 
morn. 

43 

1 53 

2 55 

3 52 

4 40 

5 11 

5 4,> 
pels. 

6 51 

7 52 

8 52 

9 43 

10 53 

11 52 
morn. 

47 

1 41 

2 31 

3 16 



6 42 

7 42 

8 42 

9 37 

10 27 

11 15 
11 57 
ev.39 

1 23 

2 7 

2 54 

3 47 

4 48 

5 57 

7 8 

8 16 

9 16 

10 8 
li> 55 

11 3^1 
morn 

10 

47 

1 25 

2 4 

2 43 

3 2(i 

4 13 

5 8 

6 8 

7 10 



CALENDAR 

For N Y City, Phil.. Conn. 

N.J., Penn.. O.. Ind.. 111. 



6 35 
6 34 
6 32 
6 30 
6 29 
6 27 
6 25 
6 24 
6 22 
6 20 
6 19 
6 17 
6 16 
6 14 
6 12 
6 11 



5 59 
5 58 
5 56 
5 51 
5 52 
5 51 
5 49 
5 47 
5 46 



5 53 
5 53 
5 54 
5 55 
5 56 
5 57 
5 58 

5 59 

6 
6 

6 



C 21 
6 22 
6 23 



2 53 

3 43 

4 32 

5 18 

5 57 
rises 

6 42 

7 52 
9 3 

10 15 

11 27 
morn. 

39 

1 47 

2 49 

3 47 

4 35 

5 8 

5 42 

SCti?. 

6 51 

7 51 

8 51 

9 40 

10 50 

11 47 
morn. 

42 

1 36 

2 25 

3 11 



3 28 

4 27 

5 28 
623 
7 12 

7 57 

8 41 

9 25 
10 9 

10 49 

11 3S 
ev.33 

1 34 

2 43 

3 52 

5 

6 2 

6 51 

7 39 

8 16 

8 56 

9 33 
10 11 

10 46 

11 25 
morn 

11 

1 

1 51 

2 51 

3 55 



CALENDAR 
ForWash. Md.Va. 
Ky. Mo. and Cal. 



6 33 
6 32 
6 30 
6 29 
6 27 
6 26 
6 24 
6 23 
6 21 
6 20 
618 
6 17 
6 15 
6 13 
612 
6 10 
6 9 
6 7 



5 59 
5 58 
556 
5 54 
5 53 
5 51 
5.50 
5 48 
5 47 



5 54 
5 55 
556 
5 57 
5 57 
5 58 

5 59 

6 
6 1 
6 2 
6 3 
6 4 
6 5 
6 6 
G 7 
6 8 
6 9 
6 10 
6 11 
612 
6 13 
6 14 
6 15 
6 16 
6 17 



MOOJI 
■ ITl. 



2 46 

3 38 

4 27 

5 12 

5 52 
rises 

6 43 

7 52 
9 1 

10 12 

11 23 
mor. 

34 

1 42 

2 44 

3 42 

4 30 

5 4 

5 39 
eet8. 

6 51 

7 51 

8 49 

9 37 
10 45 



6 18 11 42 
6 19 
6 19 



6 20 
6 21 
6 22 



mor. 

37 

1 30 

2 20 

3 G 



SUPREME COUET— Special and Circmt Terms for March. 



TIMK. 

l3t Men 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2d Mon. 

do 
2dTues. 



term. place. JirSTICK. 

S. T. (Mo.) N. York,.. Brady. 
S. T. (Ch.) do Cardozo. 
CaO.aT., do 

do do Sutherland, 

do Kings, „... Tappeii. 
do Dutches.^, (Gilbert. 

8.T.(Mo.) Kiiij?s Priitt. 

C.A 0.4 T.. Jetreraoii, 

do Erie. _ Barkpr. 

, do Bchuyler, Board man. 

do Geiv-see, _ TalcotU 
, do Caldwell, Potter. 



TIME. 

2d Tiies., 
3d Mon., 

do 
3d TiiP-s.. 
4th Mon. 

do 

do 

do 

L't Mon. 

do 
L'tTues. 

do 



TERM. 

Sp'l Term 
C. aO.aT., 

do 
Sp'l Term 

do 
C.AOitT., 

do 
Sp"l Term 
C\4 0aT.. 
Sp"l Term 

do 

do 



PLACE. 

Tioga. 



Westclj'r, 
Sclied'y. _ 
Jetlersoii. 
W. Plahis 

Yates. 

IferUimer 

Erie 

Tompk'8, 
^^oll^l)e, _ 
Albuiiy.... 
Cortland, 



JUSTICK. 

Parker. 
Gilbert. 
Bockes. 
Mulliii. 
OilbtMl. 
John-sun. 

Talcott. 
Murray. 
DwiKlit. 
InjrallH. 
Parker. 



March l,8t. David. 

10, Forty Martyrs. 



March 17, St. Patrick's Day. 
25, The Annunciation. 



A Glorious Chanok.— Tn the Friendly Island-^, fifty years ago sunk in the crnssest 
darknes-s. over 30,(W0 natives now regularly attt-nd Christian worsiiip. and contribute 
over #15,000 a year to religious «)bjecl3, and sustain Z'A) day scliools witli 10,000 scholars. 





EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 6 1 






4th Month. APRIL, 18 


71. 


30 Days. 












MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Waahfn. 


Charles'n. 


Sun on merid. 
or noon mark. 






i^.:.: 


n M 


n M 


B. H. 


U. H. 


p 


MM*. 






Tiiinn 


'oov 


5 
12 


9 39 mo 
1 8 mo. 


9 27 mo. 
GO mo. 


9 15 mo 
41 mo. 


9 3 mo. 
32 mo. 


i 

9 


12 3 r;G 
12 1 36 






tiUAIUEIt, 






Nkw M 
FinsT C 


DON 


19 
27 


2 19 ev. 
7 3ev. 


2 7ev 
6 51 ev. 


1 rK) ev. 
39 ev. 


1 43 ev. 
27 ev. 


& 


11 59 3i5 
11 57 03 






j,UAnTUH, 












^ 




g 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 






S 


^ 


►i . 


ForN.Engl'd.N. Y.Mich. 


For N Y City. Phfl.. Conn.. 


ForWash. Md.Va. 








i 




Wis.. Iowa and Oreeon. 


N.J..Penn..O..Ind..Ill. 


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 






■ OH j »ni« 


Mooa 


B. W. 


■ D.f 


■ ox 


liOOB j B. W. 


■ OB 


■ DR 


MOO.'l 






Q 


c 


CO 


BISII. 1 IITS. 


■ IT! 


BOITOn 


mill. 


■ BT*. 

B M. 


• IT^. ■. TORB 


>I«I(. 


■ IT! 


»«Tt- 










■ M n 


H U. 


H M 


n H. 


■ . M. 


H U. 


n M 


n. u. 


n. M. 


B. M. 


H. «. 






1 


Sa. 


12 3 50 


5 43 


6 25 


3 55 


8 11 


5 44 


6 24 


3 51 


4 55 


5 46 


6 23 


3 47 






2 


B 


12 3 38 


5 41 


6 27 


4 31 


9 7 


5 42 


6 20 


4 28 


5 52 


5 44 


6 24 


4 Zi 






3 


M^ 


12 3 20 


5 40 


6 28 


5 3 


9 58 


5 41 


6 27 


5 


6 4i 


5 42 


6 2.> 


4 58 






4 


'I'u. 


12 3 2 


5 38 


29 


rise?. 


10 47 


5 39 


6 28 


rises. 


7 31 


5 41 


6 26 


rises 






5 


W. 


12 2 45 


5 36 


6 3U 


6 43 


11 29 


5 37 


6 29 


6 43 


8 11 


5 39 


627 


6 43 






6 


Th. 


12 2 27 


5 35 


6 31 


7 59 


ev.l3 


5 36 


6 33 


7 57 


8 59 


5 37 


628 


7 55 






7 


Fr 


12 2 10 


5 33 


6 32 


9 15 


1 


5 U 


6 31 


9 12 


9 46 


5 36 


6 29 


9 9 






8 


Sa. 


12 1 52 


5 31 


6 33 


10 31 


1 48 


5 33 


6 32 


10 27 


10 32 


5 34 


630 


10 23 






9 


B 


12 1 36 


5 30 


(; 34 


11 45 


2 40 


5 31 


6 33 


11 40 ill 22 


5 :c 


6 31 


11 34 






10 


M. 


12 1 19 


5 28 


6 :«5 


morn. 


3 36 


5 30 


6 31 


morn, ev.22 


5 31 


6 32 


mor. 






11 


Tu. 


12 1 3 


5 26 


6 37 


50 


4 39 


5 28 


6 35 


45 


1 26 


5.30 


6 33 


39 






12 


W. 


12 47 


5 25 


6 38 


1 48 


5 48 


5 26 


6 30 


1 42 


2 31 


5 28 


G:i4 


1 37 






13 


Th. 


12 31 


5 23 


6 39 


2 37 


6 57 


5 25 


6 37 


2 32 


3 41 


5 27 


6 35 


2 26 






11 


Fr. 


12 Itf 


5 21 


6 40 


3 16 


7 58 


5 21 


6 38 


3 12 


4 43 


5 25 


6 36 


3 8 






15 


Sa. 


12 1 


5 10 


6 41 


3 48 


8 51 


5 22 


G 39 


3 45 


5 40 


5 24 


6 37 


3 42 






IG 


B 


11 59 46 


5 18 


6 42 


4 16 


9 42 


5 20 


G 40 


4 14 


G 28 


5 23 


6 3S 


4 12 






17 


M 


11 59 .12 


5 16 


C 43 


4 42 


10 25 


5 19 


6 41 


4 41 


7 10 


5 21 


6 39 


4 40 






18 


Tu. 


11 59 18 


5 15 


6 45 


5 5 


11 5 


5 17 


G 42 


5 5 


7 46 


5 20 


6 40 


5 6 






19 


W. 


11 59 4 


5 13 


6 46 


pels. 


11 40 


5 16 


6 43 


eetp. 


8 22 


5 18 


6 41 


PetP. 






20 


Til. 


11 5^ 51 


5 12 


6 47 


7 44 


morn. 


5 14 


6 44 


7 41 


9 1 


5 17 


6 42 


7 39 






21 


Fr. 


11 58.39 


5 10 


6 48 


8 43 


15 


5 13 


6 45 


8 40 


9 39 


5 16 


6 42 


8;i8 






22 


Sa. 


11 .'>8 2G 


5 9 


6 49 


9 43 


53 


5 11 


G 46 


9 38 


10 17 


5 14 


6 43 


9 31 






23 


B 


11 58 13 


5 7 


6 50 


10 40 


1 32 


5 10 


6 47 


10 3.> 10 56 


5 13 


6 4: 


10 30 






21 


M. 


11 58 3 


5 6 


6 51 


11 35 


2 14 


5 8 


6 4S 


11 30 


11 41 


5 11 


6 45 


11 24 






2.') 


Tn. 


11 57 53 


5 4 


6 52 


m(»rn. 


2 57 


5 7 


6 49 


morn. 


morn. 


5 10 


6 46 


mor. 






2G 


\v. 


11 .57 42 


5 3 


6 53 


27 


3 45 


5 6 


6 50 


21 


31 


5 9 


6 47 


15 






27 


Til 


11 57 32 


5 1 


6 55 


1 12 


4 38 


5 4 


G 51 


1 8 


1 25 


5 8 


6 48 


1 1 






2S 


Fr." 


11 57 23 


5 


6 56 


1 53 


5 36 


5 3 


6 r.2 


1 48 


2 22 


5 G 


6 49 


1 43 






29 


S:). 


11 .'>7 14 


4 58 


6 57 


2 29 


6 35 


5 2 


G 53 


2 2.'> 


3 22 


5 5 


6.)0 


2 21 






3(1 


B 


11 57 5 


4 57 


6 58 


3 


7 36 


5 


6 55 


2 58 


4 21 


5 4 


6 51 


255 






SUPREME COURT-Special and Circuit Terms for April. j 






TIME. TERM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 


TIME. TERM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 






1st Mon. S. T. (Ch.) N. York,. Brady. 


2d Tues., Sp'l Term Chemung Boardman. 






do C.A 0.* T., do 


3d Mon., C.4 AT., Ulster,.... Hogeboom. 






do do do Sutherland. 


do do Schoharie Learned. 






do do Qneens.... Pnitt. 


do do Cortland. Boardman. 






do do Kings, _,., (Gilbert. 


3d Tue.s., Sp'l Terra Onondaga aforgan. 






do B.T. (Mo.) do Tappen. 


4th Mon. C.aO.aT., SutTolJc. ... Pratt. 






do C.A O.aT. Monroe, _ Dwiglit. 


do do Johnst'n, James. 






do do Bath, J. C. Smith. 


do do Wa.vne. ... E. D. Smith. 






do do Cayuga.... E. D. Smith. 


do do Livi'ston, Dwight. 






2d Mon., do Richm'd, Tappen. 


4thTues. do I.#wis Fosler. 






do do Newhgh,' rralt. 


J.t Mon. Sp'l Term Ontario,.. J. C Smith. 






do do Colmbia. Miller, 


L'tTues. do Albany,.,. Miller. 






do do Wyooiing Talcott. 


do do Otsego,.... Murray. 






April 2, Palm Sunday. April 9, Kaster Sunday. 






4, St. Ambrose. Zi, St. Oeorpe's Day. 






fi, Maundy-Thursday. K, St. Mark. 






7, Good Friday. 30, Bt. Catharine. 






Do not squander time, for time is the stofT life is made of. 

_ 





6 EVENING JOURNAL 


ALMANAC. 


5Tn Month. MAY, 1871. 31 Days. 


MOON-8 PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Waahfn. 


Charles'n. 


Sun on merid. 
or noon mark. 


' 


SAT. 


H. M. 


■ . H. 


H. U. 


B. M. 


P 


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FcLi. Moox, 


4 


10 ev. 


6 4 ev. 


5 h'i cv. 


5 40 ev. 


1 


11 50 58 
11 56 14 


Third Quarter, 


11 


9 39 mo 


9 27 mo. 


9 15 mo. 


9 3 mo. 


9 


New Moon, 


19 


6 1 mo 


5 49 mo. 


5 37 mo 


5 25 mo. 


17 


11 50 8 


First Quarter, 


27 


8 18 mo. 


8 6 mo. 


7 54 mo. 


7 42 mo. 


25 


11 50 38 




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° 


CALENDAR 




CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


S 


> 


^M 


For N. Engl'd. N. Y. Mich. 


For N Y City. Phil.. Conn.. 


ForWash. Md.Va. 


o 


I 


£3 


Wis.. Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J., 


Penn.,O..Ind..Ill. 


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 


lUX 


soa 


MOOS 


n. w. 


• u.-* 


■ D.1 


Mooa 


n. w. 


IU» 


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MOOS 


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RISIS. 


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mail. 


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n. H ■. 


H. M. 


■ . U. 


n. H. 


H. M. 


II M. 


B. M. 


B M 


n H 


H. M. 


B. M. 


H. M. 


1 


M. 


11 5G 58 


4 56 


7 


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8 33 


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50 


3 30 


5 18 


5 2 


6 52 


3 28 


2 


Til. 


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4 54 


7 1 


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9 25 


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57 


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W. 


11 5(i 4:{ 


i 53 


7 2 


4 28 


10 10 


4 56 


6 58 


4 29 


7 2 


5 


6 51 


4 29 


4 


Th. 


11 56 37 


4 52 


7 3 


rises. 


11 5 


4 55 


6 59 


rises 


7 46 


4 59 


55 


rises 


5 


Fr. 


11 56 31 


4 51 


7 4 


8 7 


11 52 


4 51 


7 


8 4 


8 35 


4 58 


6 56 


7 59 


6 


Sa. 


11 50 26 


4 49 


7 5 


9 24 


ev.40 


4 53 


7 1 


9 20 


9 26 


4 57 


6 57 


9 15 


7 


B 


11 56 22 


4 48 


7 6 


10 38 


1 31 


4 52 


7 2 


10 33 


10 19 


4 55 


6 58 


10 27 


8 


M. 


11 56 18 


4 47 


7 7 


11 42 


2 29 


4 51 


7 3 


11 30 


11 12 


4 51 


6 59 


11 30 


9 


Til. 


11 50 U 


4 40 


7 8 


morn. 


3 20 


4 49 


7 4 


morn. 


ev.l2 


4 53 


7 


inor. 


10 


W. 


11 56 11 


4 44 


7 9 


34 


4 27 


4 48 


7 5 


29 


1 14 


4 52 


7 1 


24 


11 


TU. 


11 56 9 


4 43 


7 10 


1 17 


5 30 


4 47 


7 6 


1 13 


2 10 


4 51 


7 2 


1 8 


12 


Fr. 


11 56 8 


4 42 


7 11 


1 53 


6 30 


4 46 


7 7 


1 49 


3 10 


4 50 


7 2 


1 40 


i:{ 


Sa. 


11 56 6 


4 41 


7 12 


2 21 


7 30 


4 4.) 


7 8 


2 19 


4 10 


4 49 


7 3 


2 16 


14 


B 


11 56 6 


4 40 


7 13 


2 48 


8 20 


4 44 


7 9 


2 47 


5 5 


4 49 


7 4 


2 40 


15 


M. 


11 56 6 


4 39 


7 14 


3 10 


9 7 


4 43 


7 10 


3 10 


5 51 


4 48 


7 5 


3 10 


16 


'J'H. 


11 56 7 


4 38 


7 1.) 


3 33 


9 50 


4 42 


7 11 


3 35 


6 36 


4 47 


7 C 


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17 


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11 56 S 


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7 10 


3 59 


10 30 


4 41 


7 12 


4 1 


7 15 


4 40 


7 7 


4 2 


18 


Th 


11 56 10 


4 30 


7 17 


4 25 


11 9 


4 40 


7 13 


4 28 


7 51 


4 45 


7 8 


4 31 


19 


Fr. 


11 56 12 


4 35 


7 18 


pels. 


11 47 


4 39 


7 14 


sets. 


8 30 


4 44 


7 9 


sets. 


20 


Sa. 


11 50 15 


4 31 


7 19 


8 35 


moru. 


4 39 


7 15 


8 30 


9 12 


4 43 


7 10 


8 24 


21 


B 


11 56 19 


4 33 


7 20 


9 30 


25 


4 38 


7 10 


9 24 


9 53 


4 43 


7 10 


9 19 


22 


M. 


11 56 23 


4 32 


7 21 


10 22 


1 10 


4 37 


7 17 


10 17 


10 31 


4 42 


7 11 


10 12 


23 


Til. 


11 56 28 


4 31 


7 22 


11 10 


1 50 


4 30 


7 18 


11 4 


11 10 


4 41 


7 12 


10 i9 


21 


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U 56 33 


4 31 


7 23 


11 52 


2 34 


4 30 


7 1» 


11 47 


morn. 


4 41 


7 13 


11 42 


2.-, 


Th. 


11 50 3S 


4 30 


7 21 


morn. 


3 21 


4 35 


7 20 


morn. 


6 


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7 14 


mor. 


20 


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11 56 41 


4 29 


7 2.) 


29 


4 9 


4 M 


7 20 


2.-) 


50 


4 39 


7 14 


22 


27 


Sa. 


11 56 50 


4 29 


7 20 


1 3 


5 5 


4 31 


7 21 


59 


1 51 


4 39 


7 15 


5(J 


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11 56 53 


4 28 


7 27 


1 33 


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4 33 


7 22 


1 30 


2 48 


4 38 


7 16 
7 17 


1 28 


29 


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11 57 5 


4 27 


7 28 


1 59 


59 


4 32 


7 23 


1 58 


3 41 


4 38 


157 


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Til. 


11 57 13 


4 27 


7 28 


2 20 


7 55 


4 32 


7 23 


2 26 


4 40 


437 


7 17 


2 27 


31 


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11 57 21 


4 20 


7 29 


2 55 


8 53 


4 31 


7 24 


2 56 


5 38 


437 


7 18 


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SUPREME COUET-Specia 


landC 


ircnit Terms for May. | 


TIME. TKRM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 


TIM] 


£. TKRM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 


Isl Mon. S. T. (Mo.) N. York,_ Sutherland. 
do 8. T. (Ch.) do InRraham. 


3d U< 


n., C.<t O.aT., Albany,... Learnt^d. 


do 


do Chenuing Boardman. 


do C.aO.aT., do Cardozo. 


do 


do Delaware Parker. 


do do do Brwly. 


do 


do Chanqua, Barker. 


do do Rockland Gilbert. 


3d Tu( 


«., Sp'l Term Lewis Mullin. 


do S.T. (Mo.) Kings Pratt. 


•ith ^r( 


>n. C.itO.AT.. Sullivan... Miller. 


do C* 0.4 T.. Waterloo, DwiKht. 


do 


do Onondaga Morjran. 


1st Tues. do Erthtn.„ Bocke.s. 


do 


do Orleans.... Daniels. 


2d Men., do Balls. .Spa Bockes. 


4th Tn 


es. do Platts'bgh Potter. 


do do Oswepro.... Mullin. 


L't M 


jn. do Otsego Parker. 


do do Ontario,... K. D. Smith. 


do 


Sp'l Term Bath Johnson. 


do do Niagara, .. Talcott. 


L't Tu 


es. do Albany,... Hogeboom. 


3d Mon.. S. T. (Is.).. Kings, Pratt. 






Maj' 1. St. Pliilip and St. James. Mav 1? 


, Ascension Day. 


2. St. Athanasiiis. 28 


, Whitsunday. 


A COKHUPT ANDCtJRRUPTINO BrBTXESS.— A Uni 


ted States Senator stated in his place 


in that body, that w^^ll-inlirnicd persons believed 
frauded of iUs revenues on distilled spirits to the am 


that the government had been de- 


ountolOve hundred million dollars. 



KVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



6tii Month. 



JUNE, 1871. 



30 Days. 











— 


1 




















MOON'S PHASES. | 


Boaton. 


N. York. 


Washfn. 


Charles'n 


• or noon mark. 


• 






H. M 


n M 


B. n. 


D. 


n H. « 


Tiiiun < 


OON 


3 

9 


1 13 mo 
7 53 ev. 


1 31 mo. 

7 11 ov. 


1 19 mo. 

7 20 ev. 


1 7mr 
7 17 ev 


. 1 




11 57 30 


>UAiirKn. 


11 58 Wi 


Nbw Moon 


17 


45 ev. 


9 33 cv. 


21 ev 


y 9ev 


IV 


12 (I 32 


F1K8T diUAKTEn, . 




25 


U Oev. 


5 48 cv. 


5 3G cv. 


5 24ev 


25 


12 2 IG 








S: 


g 

e 

*• ■ 

£2 


CALENDAR 
For N. Engl'd, N. Y. Mich. 


CALE] 


Phil, Conn.. 


CALENDAR 


^ 


For N Y City 


ForWash.Md.Va. 




k 


"Wis.. Iowa and Orecou. 


N.J.,Penn.,O..Ind..IH. | 


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 


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■ OJt 1 iOJf 


MOOS 1 H. W. 


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mail 


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Fr 


11 'u :w 


4 25 1 7 30 


rises. 10 42 


4 30 


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rises. 1 7 2(5 


4 3<5 


7 


19 


rises 


Sn 


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8 17 111 33 


4 30 


7 2(5 


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12 2 28 


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29 


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12 3 W 


4 20 


7 40 


2 3J 


9 24 


4 29 


7 35 


2 39 


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4 37 


7 29 


2 43 



SUPREME COURT— Special and Circuit Terms for June. 



TIME. TERM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 

1st Mon. S. T. (Ch ) N. York,- Barnard. 

tlo CaO.aT., do Brady. 

do do do 

do do Kings Pratt. 

do do Diuche.s.s, Tappen. 

do S. T. (Mo.) Kings, .... Gilbert. 

do C.aO.aT., Rens'laer Ingalls. 

do do Greene. ... Hogeboom. 

do do Fonda,„... Potter. 

do do Utica Mullin. 

do do Erie, _ Tiilcott. 

do do Genesee. „ Barker. 
2d Mon., do Goshen,... Tappen. 



TIME. 

2d Mon., 

do 
2d Tues., 

do 
3d Mon., 

do 
3d Tues. 

do 

do 
4th Mon. 
•1th Tues 
Lt Mon. 
L't Tues, 



TERM. 
C.4 0.AT., 

do 
Sp'l Term 

do 
C.aO.aT., 

do 

do 
Sp'l Term 

do 
C.aO.aT., 

do 
Sp'l Term 

do 



FLACK. 

Jefferson, 
Broome,., 
scluiyler, 

Krie 

Westeh'r, 
Catt'gus,_ 
Canton.... 
Onondaga 
Chenango 
Putnam, _ 

.Salem, 

Monroe.... 
Albany,... 



Morgan. 

Murray. 

Board man. 

Daniels. 

Tappen. 

Daniels. 

l»()tter. 

Morgan. 

Parker. 

Tapi)en. 

Bockfs. 

J.C. Smith, 

Learned. 



June 4, Trinity Sunday. 

24, St. John the Baptist's Day. 



June 2S, St. Irenaeus. 
29, St. Peter. 



OiRisTiAV Expenditures.— rt Is estimated that about five million dollars were given 
last year l,v Christians of every name for the spread of the gospel among the heathen; 
while the war system of Chrisieiidom for the .same time cost two thousand millions. 



KVENINO JOUKNAL ALMANAC. 



7tii Month. 



JULY, 1871. 



31 Days. 



MOON'S FHAS£S. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Washfn. 


Charles'n. 


Sun on merid. 
or noon mark. 






• AT. 


■ . u 


». M. 


R M 


• 






Foix Moon 




^ 


8 ')2 mo 


8 40 mo 


8 28 mo. 


8 10 mo. 


1 


12 3 29 


Tmnn l^nAiiTEr., | 


9 


S 2.-. mo. 


N rnno 


8 1 mo 


7 49 iiH). 


!( 


12 4 52 


New Moon 





17 


43 cv. 


31 ev. 


19 cv. 


7ev. 


1? 


12 3 49 


FinsT Q(iAr 
Full Moon 


ITEK, 


2,) 
31 


1 7 inn 
4 33 cv. 


55 mo 
4 21 ev. 


43 mo. 
4 9ev. 


31 mo. 
3 57 cv 


2.-. 


12 Gil 




12 7 








n 






2 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 




rf 


^ = 


ForN.Engl'd.N. Y. Mich. 


For N y City. Pliil.. Conn.. 


ForWash. Md.Va. 


s 


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Wi8.. Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J..Penu..O..Ind..IU. 


Ky.Wo.audCal. 


5 


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risc-P 


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2 


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12 


3 4il 


4 2G 


7 40 


8 8 


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12 


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morn. 


5 11 


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7 33 morn. 


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5 


4 32 


7 3S 


8 


3 


4 37 


7 32 


10 


2 49 


4 43 


7 27 


11 


n 


•In. 


12 


5 }> 


1 33 


7 37 


32 


(i 55 


4 3.S 


7 32 


31 


3 40 


4 44 


7 20 


37 


12 


\v. 


12 


r» 17 


4 33 


7 37 


58 


7 15 


4 39 


7 31 


1 2 


4 29 


4 41 


7 20 


1 5 


i:{ 


'I'll 


12 


5 21 


4 31 


7 30 


1 28 


8 37 


4 39 


7 31 


1 32 


5 21 


4 45 


7 20 


1 37 


14 


Fr. 


12 


5 31 


1 3.) 


7 3(5 


2 3 


9 2S 


4 40 


7 30 


2 8 


G 13 


4 40 


7 25 


2 13 


15 


S.i. 


12 


5 3S 


4 30 


7 3.-, 


2 43 


10 15 


4 41 


7 311 


2 48 


7 1 


4 10 


7 21 


2 51 


10 


•R 


12 


S 41 


4 37 


7 31 


3 29 


11 2 


4 42 


7 29 


3 31 


7 45 


4 47 


7 21 


3 40 


17 


M. 


12 


5 4!) 


4 37 


7 31 


i»uis. 


11 41 


4 43 


7 29 


8CtS. 


8 20 


4 48 


7 23 


hets. 


IS 


Til. 


12 


5 5.-, 


4 3S 


7 33 


8 32 


niori). 


4 41 


7 28 


8 27 


9 12 


4 49 


7 23 


8 22 


19 


W. 


12 


5 i)!) 


4 39 


7 32 


9 7 


2-» 


4 41 


7 27 


9 3 


9 54 


4 50 


7 22 8 59 


2« 


Til. 


12 


3 


4 4'i 


7 31 


9 38 


1 8 


4 45 


7 2(5 


9 35 


10 31 


4 51 


7 21 9 32 


21 


Fr 


12 


(i 


4 11 


7:iu 


10 7 


1 50 


4 4(5 


7 2(5 


10 5 


11 14 


4 52 


7 21 10 3 


22 


S;i. 


12 


fi !) 


4 42 


7 30 


10 33 


2 31 


4 47 


7 2.> 


10 32 


11 59 


4 52 


7 20 10 ?2 


23 


B 


12 


11 


4 43 


7 2!) 


10 59 


3 U 


4 48 


7 24 


10 59 


morn. 


4 53 


7 19 


11 


21 


M. 


12 


13 


4 41 


7 L^S 


11 20 


3 -.9 


4 48 


7 23 


11 27 


40 


4 51 


7 18 


11 29 


2.) 


'I'll. 


12 


11 


4 1.) 


7 27 


11 55 


4 52 


4 49 


7 23 11 5> 


1 39 


4 55 


7 IS 


mor. 


20 


w. 


12 


14 


4 40 


7 20 


morn. 


5 50 


4 50 


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2 30 


4 50 


7 17 


1 


27 


Til. 


12 


11 


4 47 


7 2.', 


'^9 


G55 


4 51 


7 21 


3.; 


3 41 


4 57 


7 10 


37 


28 


Fr. 


H 


13 


4 4.S 


7 21 


1 10 


8 4 


4 52 


7 20 


1 15 


4 49 


4 58 


7 15 


1 20 


29 


Sa. 


G 12 


4 49 


7 23 


2 3 


9 11 


4 53 


7 19 


2 8 


5 57 


4 58 


7 14 


2 14 


3(1 


B 


12 


6 10 


4 50 


7 22 


3 4 


U 11 


4 51 


7 18 


3 9 


7 (1 


4 59 


7 13 


3 15 


31 


M 


12 


G 7 


4 51 


7 21 


rii»e.-». 


11 12 


4 55 


7 17 


rises. 7 51 


4 59 


7 12 rif es 



SUPS-EilE COITBT-Special and Circuit Terms for July. 



TIMB. TERM. PL.\CE. VU.STICK. 

1st Men. S. T. (CM.) N. York... OardoJio. 

do S. T. (Mo.) Kincrs Tapppn. 

2d Mon., CaCaT., Ans«lica. Birker. 
3d Tues., Sp'l Term Broome, „ Murray. 



JUSTICK. 

Johnson. 



T/t ivfon. Sp'l Term LivVston 
L'tTues. do Albany.... ImjHJN, 

do do Delaware Murray. 



July 22, St. Marv Magdalene. 
2.">, St. James. 
26, St. Ann. 



July 4. Tndppendpnce Day. 
9. St. ElizabPth. 
15, St. Swiiliin's Day. 

A SioxiFiCAXT Chan'ok.— One of the noteworthy clianEfPR now taklnsr place in India, 
wliere tliesuperstitioiis custoniH introduci'd aii<l eiiTorced bv an iiitolerai't pri sthoDd, 
that seemed (i.xed and uimllerahle. are Kiving way bel'ore tlie light of rejuson and true 
religion, was witnessed at Boinba.v in June. It was the first public m.irriage ofa Miiidoo 
widow, and took place in the present'e of numerous spectators, seveni of whom were 
Europeans, under the auspices of the Hindoo Widow Marriage Association. Both of the 
parties were Brahmins, the bridegroom being twenty-Hve j-ears of age and the bride 
Reventei'M. A strong fcr-Iiug against the cruel law forljidding the marriage ol widows ia 
growing up throughout India. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 




9 


8TII Month. AUGUST, 1871. 


31 Days. 


HOOK'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Washfn. 


Charles'n. 


Sun on merid. 
or noon mark. 




DAT. 


n. II 


n. M. 




B. M 


„ 


„ 


* I. 


Tnrnn QiiAHTKn 


7 


11 40 cv. 


11 18 ev. 


11 IGcv. 


11 4ev. 


1 


12 


6 4 


New M 

FlHST C 


Ill IV 


•1(J 
23 
30 


2 ISnio 
G 51 ino. 
1 S7 mo 


2 G nio. 
G 39 mo. 
1 25 m... 


1 51 mo. 
G 27 mo. 
1 13 mo 


1 42 mo. 
G 15 mo. 
1 1 mo. 


9 
17 
25 


12 
12 
12 


5 17 
3 53 
157 


JiTAIlTEn. 


Full Moon. . . .'. 1 




1 


^ 




X 

o 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


S 


t;' 


e 


For N. Engl-d. N. Y. Mich. 


For NY City, Phil.. Conn.. 


ForWash. Md.Va. 


t 


i 




Wis.. Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J.,Penn.,O..Ind..IU. 


Ky.Mo.audCal. 


(DX 


■ ox 


■oow n. w. 


>u.<< 


• O.H 


MOOS 




son 


.0, 


HOOH 


Q 
1 


a 


tn 


niai* 


(ETI 


>!•■■. 


■eRTo:« 


mixa. 


»1T». 


■ IltR. 


... TO.. 


Ria(s. 


lltTi 


■ l«lt. 


Til. 


H. M «. 

12 (} 4 


n M 

4.52 


7 20 


8 19 


n. >■ 

CV. 2 


4 .'>"•; 


11 H 

7 IG 


n. M. 

8 15 


S'4'7 


n M. 

5 U 


7l"l 


8 Tl 


2 


\V. 


12 6 


4 53 


7 IX 


8 52 


o.'-.i 


4 57 


7 11 


8 50 


9 3(1 


5 1 


7 10 


8 47 


3 


Til. 


12 5 m 


4 54 


7 17 


9 21 


1 U 


4 5'< 


7 13 


9 19 


10 21 


5 2 


7 U 


9 18 


4 


Fr 


12 5 r.i 


4 55 


7 K! 


9 4G 


2 19 


4 59 


7 12 


9 4(i 


11 1 


5 3 


7 8 


9 45 


5 


Sa. 


12 .5 4.-> 


4 5(5 


7 15 


10 10 


2 59 


5 


7 11 


10 11 


11 41 


5 4 


7 7 


10 12 


6 


B 


12 :> 3!> 


4 57 


7 14 


10 35 


3 41 


5 1 


7 10 !10 37 


ev.27 


5 5 


7 


10 38 


7 


M. 


12 .1 .32 


4 5s 


7 12 


11 10 


4 27 


5 2 


7 y ill 3 


1 14 


5 6 


7 5 


11 6 


8 


•iu. 


12 .5 2.-> 


4 59 


7 11 


11 30 


5 15 


5 3 


7 7 11 .T{ 


2 1 


5 G 


7 4 


11 37 


9 


W. 


12 5 17 


5 


7 10 


morn. 


G 9 


5 4 


7 G morn. 


2 55 


5 7 


7 2 


inor. 


10 


Tit 


12 5 S 


5 1 


7 8 


2 


7 5 


5 5 


7 5 


G 


3 50 


5 8 


7 1 


11 


11 


Fr. 


12 4 r>9 


5 2 


7 7 


40 


8 3 


5 (> 


7 4 


45 


4 47 


5 9 


7 


50 


12 


S.i. 


12 4 4!> 


.'> 3 


7 G 


1 21 


8 58 


5 7 


7 2 


1 28 


5 42 


5 10 


G59 


1 34 


i:{ 


B 


12 4 39 


5 4 


7 4 


2 13 


9 50 


5 8 


7 1 


2 17 


G 3G 


5 11 


6 58 


2 23 


11 


M. 


12 4 2S 


5 5 


7 3 


3 9 


10 39 


5 9 


7 


3 14 


7 23 


5 12 


6 56 


3 20 


15 


Tn. 


12 4 17 


5 G 


7 1 


4 7 


11 22 


5 10 


(i .W 


4 12 


8 5 


5 13 


6 51 


4 18 


If) 


W. 


12 4 (! 


5 7 


7 


pets. 


morn. 


5 11 


G 57 


pots'. 


8 49 


5 14 


6 53 


eetP. 


17 


Til. 


12 3 5:{ 


5 8 


G 58 


8 10 


4 


5 12 


G 55 


8 8 


9 30 


5 15 


6 52 


8 6 


18 


Fr 


12 3 41 


5 111 


G57 


8 3(5 


44 


5 13 


G 54 


8 35 


10 11 


5 16 


6 51 


8 31 


19 


Sd. 


12 3 27 


5 11 


G 55 


9 3 


1 25 


5 14 


G 53 


!) 3 


10 47 


5 17 


3 50 


9 3 


20 


B 


12 3 11 


5 12 


51 


9 29 


2 5 


5 15 


G 51 


9 30 


11 31 


5 17 


6 48 


9 32 


21 


M. 


12 2 ;)9 


5 \% 


() 52 


9 58 


2 47 


5 IG 


G 50 10 1 


morn. 


5 18 


6 47 


10 3 


22 


T.I. 


12 2 41 


5 11 


.SI 


10 29 


3 34 


5 17 


G 48 jlO %\ 


20 


5 19 


(> 45 


10 37 


2:{ 


w. 


12 2 29 


5 15 


G 49 


11 7 


4 27 


5 17 


G 47 11 12 


1 14 


.t20 


6 44 


11 17 


21 


Th. 


12 2 11 


V^ 


G 4H 


11 54 


5 30 


ft 18 


6 45 12 


2 IG 


5 21 


6 43 


mor. 


2.') 


Fr. 


12 1 57 


G 4G 


morn. 


G 40 


5 19 


G 41 morn. 


3 2i 


5 22 


6 41 


5 


2G 


Sa. 


12 1 41 


5 IS 


6 44 


50 


7 53 


5 20 


>G 42 


55 


4 3X 


5 23 


6 40 


1 1 


27 


B 


12 1 2i 


5 19 


G 43 


1 54 


9 2 


5 21 


G 41 


2 


5 47 


5 24 


6 38 


2 4 


28 


M 


12 1 7 


5 20 


G 41 


3 G 


10 3 


5 22 


G 39 


3 11 


G 49 


5 25 


6 37 


? 16 


29 


Tu. 


12 4!) 


5 2! 


G 39 


rise?. 10 57 


5 23 


G 37 


ri!-cs. 


7 40 


5 26 


6 .V> 


rises 


3(1 


W. 


12 31 


5 22 


C 38 


7 18 11 43 


5 IX 


G 3t> 


7 IG 


8 24 


5 26 


g:m 


7 14 


31 


Th. 


12 12 


5 23 


<i 3G 


7 45 ev.23 


5 25 


6 34 


7 44 


9 10 


5 27 


6 32 


7 44 


SUPREME COURT-Speoial and Circuit Terms for August. 






TIME. TERJf. PLACK, JUSTICK. 


TIME. TKRJI. PLACE. 


JUSTI 


::«. 


1st iron. S. T. (Ch.) N. York... Siitlierland. 


L't Mon. O.aO.aT.. Tioga P 


arker. 




fJo S.T.(>fo.) Kiii^s, „... Pratt. 


do Spl Term Cavuga.... E 


wight 




4th Men. C* O.dkT.. tv>rtlKnd. Murray. 


do CaO.aT., Wyoming I 


)a^iiel8 




4th Tues do Malone.... Potter. 


T/tTues. Sp'l Term Albany.... > 


filler. 




do Sp'l Term Herkim'r Morgan. do ' do Erie, _. B 


arker. 




August 2, St. Stephen. August 20, St. Bernard. 






10. St Lnwreiice. 24, St. Bartholomew. 






1.5. Assumption of the Virgin Mary. 28, St. Angnstine. 






l(i. St. Uyacinth, ^ 31, St. Raymund. 






FoRKTOX iMMTORATrox.-DnHng the last fifty years, nearly seven milllor 


1 alien 


pas- 


sengers and Ininiigrant.s have come to this country, from thirty-four diOVren 


t natir 


nali- 


ties. The imnii^rration the p:ist year was very large. Over 10.0(X) etnigrants 


eft El 


rope 


in one week, and over .5.000 arrived at Ca-lle Garden in one day in April. 


Our ar 


nnal 


increase of population, by immigration, and by the surplus of births over det 


iths, is 


now 


about 1,100,100. 




1 



10 



EVENING JOUUNAL ALMANAC. 



9th Month. 






SEPTEMBER, 


1871. 








30 Days. 


MOON'S FHAS£S. 


Boston. 


N. York, 


Washfn. 


Charlea'n 


Sun on merid. 
• or noon mark. 


DAT. 


n. M 


H. M. 


H. M. 


■ . u. 


o 


■ M 1. 


THir.n OuAHTEn 


c 


5 20 ev. 


5 11 ev. 


5 2ev. 


4 50 cv 


1 


11 59 54 


New M 
FmsT t 
Full &J 




14 
21 

28 


2 25 ev. 

28 ev. 

1 Oev. 


2 13 ev. 
10 ev. 

U 48 ev. 


2 1 ev. 
4ev. 
30 ev. 


1 49 ev. 9 
11 52 mo. 17 
24 ev. 25 


11 57 15 


^UAllTEK, 


11 51 28 


OON, 


11 51 41 






5 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


7? 


H 


I- « 

2* 


For N. Engl-d. N. Y. Mich 


For N Y City. Phil.. Conn.. 


PorWash. Md.Va. 


R 


o 


Wis.. Iowa aad Oregoa. 


N.J..Penu..O..Iud..Ill. 


Ky.Wo.andCal. 




»ui< { tax 


MOOX 


11. w. 


■ UN 


■ us 


MOOM ; M. w. 


■ DH 


BU^< 


>ooa 


Q 


a 


en 


KtSII. IITB. 


IIISI8. 


DOBTOM 


msd. 


(■T«. 


RKII. M. YORK 


KIBIS. 


«IT* 


BUIi. 














n M. 


H M 


II M 1 II M 


H. M. 


n M 


11 a. 


1 


Fr 


11 59 51 


5 21 1 G 35 


8 12 


1 4 


5 20 


G 33 


8 12 1 9 50 


5 28 


G31 


8 12 





Sii 


11 5!) 3.) 


5 tiO 1 C 33 


8 35 


1 44 


5 27 


31 


8 30 10 28 


5 29 


C29 


8 37 


3 


R 


11 59 10 


5 27 1 C 3! 


9 1 


2 23 


5 28 


(5 29 


9 3 11 G 


5 30 


6 28 


9 6 


i\ 


Af 


11 58 5() 


5 28 1 C 29 


9 28 


3 3 


5 29 


6 28 


9 31 11 48 


5 31 


6 20 


9 35 


'^ 


Til 


11 58 20 


5 29 


6 28 


9 59 


3 40 


5 30 


G 20 


10 


3 ev.32 


5 32 


G25 


10 7 


n 


W, 


11 58 10 


5 30 


2a 


10 35 


4 35 


5 31 


G 25 


10 40 


1 22 


^X\ 


G23 


10 45 


7 


Til 


11 57 50 


5 31 


21 


11 10 


5 30 


5 32 


G 23 


11 i 


2 


2 10 


5 31 


6 22 


11 28 


K 


Fr 


11 57 30 


5 32 6 22 


nioni. 


28 


5 33 


21 


morn. 


3 14 


5 35 


G21 


mor. 


9 


S;l 


11 57 15 


5 33 


21 


3 


7 31 


5 31 


G20 


8 


4 10 


5 35 


6 20 


15 


10 


B 


11 50 55 


5 31 


19 


57 


8 28 


5 35 


G 18 


1 2 


5 13 


5 30 


18 


I 8 


11 


M 


11 50 34 


5 :i5 


17 


1 50 


9 2» 


5 30 


G 10 


2 1 


s 


5 37 


17 


2 4 


1? 


Til. 


11 5G 13 


5 30 


G 15 


2 59 


10 11 


5 37 


15 


3 3 


57 


5 38 


G15 


3 7 


i;{ 


W. 


11 55 52 


5 37 


14 


4 4 


10 :,7 


5 38 


G 13 


4 7 


7 40 


5 39 


614 


4 10 


11 


Th. 


11 55 31 


5 38 


12 


sols. 


11 38 


5 39 


11 


pots. 


8 20 


5 40 


6 12 


sets. 


ir> 


Fr. 


11 55 10 


;•> 39 


G 10 


7 5 


morn. 


5 40 


C 9 


7 5 


9 3 


5 41 


GIO 


7 5 


ifi 


Sii. 


11 51 4i) 


5 40 


G H 


7 32 


17 


5 41 


G 8 


7 33 


9 45 


5 42 


6 9 


7 33 


17 


B 


1 1 54 28 


5 41 


7 


7 59 


59 


5 42 


G G 


8 2 10 24 


5 43 


G 7 


8 4 


1"^ 


M. 


11 51 7 


5 43 


G 5 


8 31 


1 41 


5 43 


G 4 


8 35 11 10 


5 44 


G G 


8 38 


19 


'I'M. 


11 53 40 


5 41 


3 


9 7 


2 27 


5 41 


3 


9 12 'morn. 


5 44 


G 4 


9 16 


20 


\V. 


11 53 25 


5 45 


G 1 


9 51 


3 17 


5 45 


G 1 


9 50 


2 


5 45 


6 2 


10 1 


21 


Th 


11 53 4 


5 40 





10 42 


4 11 


5 40 


5 59 


10 48 


1 


5 4(» 


G 1 


10 53 


22 


Fr. 


11 52 43 


5 47 


5 58 


11 44 


5 29 


5 47 


5 58 


11 50 


2 5 


5 47 


5 59 


11 55 


n 


Sn 


11 52 22 


5 48 


5 5(} 


morn. 


(i 33 


5 48 


5 .% 


morn. 


3 19 


5 48 


5 5s 


inor. 


21 


B 


11 52 1 


5 49 


5 54 


51 


7 45 


5 4.) 


5 51 


50 1 4 31) 


5 49 


5 50 


1 2 


2.') 


M. 


11 51 41 


5 50 


5 53 


2 3 


8 50 


5 50 


5 53 


2 7 15 35 


5 50 


5 51 , 2 12 


2fi 


'I'll. 


11 51 20 


5 51 


5 51 


3 14 


9 4<J 


5 51 


5 52 


3 17*6 32 


5 51 


5 53 


3 21 


27 


\v. 


11 51 


5 52 


5 49 


4 25 


10 34 


5 52 


5 50 


427 


7 19 


5 52 


5 51 


4 29 


2.S 


Til. 


1 1 50 41) 


5 53 


5 47 


rises. 


11 17 


5 53 


5 48 


rises. 


7 59 


5 53 


5 50 


rise? 


29 


Fr. 


11 50 20 


5 54 


5 40 


G35 


11 54 


5 54 


5 40 


1 3m 


8 39 


5 54 


5 48 


G 37 


30 


Sa. 


11 50 


5 50 


5 44 


7 2 


ev.32 


5 51 


5 44 


7 4 


9 lU 


5 55 


5 40 


7 6 



SUPEEME COUKT-Special and Circuit Terms for September. 



TIME. 

1st Men, 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2d Mon. 

do 
2d Tnes. 
3d Mon. 

do 

do 

do 



TERM. ji»LACK. 

8. T. (Ch.) N.York,.. 

S.T. (Mo.) Kings 

C.AO.<tT., Pula.ski. .. 

do Chenango 

do Tompk's, 

, do Balls. Spa 

do Cliau'qua, 

, Rp'l Term Oneida, ... 

, C.aO.aT., Westch'r, 

S. T. (Is.).. Kings 

C.4 0.<tT., Onondaga 
do Broome, _ 



JUSTICE. 

Barnard. 

Gilbert. 

Morgan. 

Board man. 

Parker. 

.Tames. 

Talcott. 

Pratt. 
Tappen. 
Foster. 
Parker. 



TIME. 

2d Mon., 

do 

do 
3d Tnes., 

do 
4th Mon 

do 

do 

do 
T/t Mon. 
L't Tues, 



TKRM. 



C.<t 0.4 T 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Delaware, 

Otsego 

Nifvurara. .. 
Plattsh'gh 
Caldwell,.. 
Sp'l Term W. Plains. 
C.4 0.4T., Corning. .. 

do Ovid... 

do Orleans,... 

Sp'l Term Monroe.... 

do Albany.,., 



JUSTICK. 

Murraj'. 

Boardraan. 

DanicKs. 

Bockes. 

.Tames. 

Pratt. 

E. D. Smith. 

J. V. Smith. 

Barker. 

Johnson. 

Ingalls. 



September 8, Natlvltv of the Virgin Mary. September 29. St. Michael and all Angels. 
21, St. Matthew. 30, St. Jerome. 



rAL AMExnMENT.— Thirty of the states having ratified the proposed 
[Iment. declaring that " the right of citizens of the United States to vote 



Constitution; 

Fifteenth Amend? . ^ ^ , 

shall not be denied or abridgf-d bv the United States, or by any state, on aoconnt of race, 
color, or previous condition of servitude," it is now a part of the Federal Constitution. 









EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 








11 


IOtii Month. OCTOBER, 1871. 


31 Days. 


MOON'S PHA8B8. 


BoBton. 


N. 


York. 


Washfn. 


CharleB'r 


Sun on merid. 
• or noon mark. 






H. M. 


„ 


^ 


■ M 


H. M. 


B 


n u 1 


Third Quarter 


6 


48 ev. 


36 ev. 


24 cv. 


12 ev 


1 


11 49 41 


New M 
First (, 

Full k 


OON, 


14 

20 

28 


I 35 mo 
7 10 ev. 
3 30 mo 


1 23 mo. 
6 38 cv. 
3 18 mo. 


1 11 mo 
6 40 ev. 
3 6 mo. 


59 mo. 9 
6 34 ev. 17 
2 54 mo. 25 


11 47 19 


Quarter 


11 45 20 


OON, 


11 41 11 










5 


CALENDAR 




CALENDAR 1 


CALENDAR 


? 


r: 




For N. Engl'd. N. Y. Mich. 


For N Y City, Phil., Conn.. | 


ForWash. Md.Va. 


•i 


S 


Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J., 


Penn., O., Ind.. 111. | 


Ky. Mo. and Col. 


N 


ma 


■ OS 


«00» 


B. W. 


■ DX 


(Dil 


noon 


B. W. 


loa 


■ v.-< 


MOO.t 


A 


q 


(O 


mat: 


■ tTl. 


BKII. 


■OITOK 


BISII. 


■ ITI. 


■ Ills. 


H. TOaK 


■■III. 


• ITI. 


aim. 


— 








a M. 




U. M. 


H M. 


H. H 


B U 


H. U. 


H. U. 


B. M 


II u 


1 


R 


11 49 11 


5 57 


5 42 


7 27 


1 11 


5 56 


5 43 


7 30 


9 57 


5 55 


5 43 


7 33 





M 


11 jy 22 


5 5S 


5 40 


7 57 


1 49 


5 57 


5 41 


8 1 


10 33 


5 56 


5 42 


8 5 


3 


Tn 


11 40 3 


5 59 


5 39 


8 30 


2 30 


5 58 


5 39 


8 35 


11 13 


5 57 


5^0 


8 40 


i 


W 


11 IS •!.) 





5 37 


9 9 


3 13 


5 59 


5 38 


9 15 


11 58 


5 58 


5 39 


9 20 


5 


Th 


11 4S 27 


1 


5 35 


9 54 


4 1 


6 


5 30 


10 


ev.48 


5 59 


5 3V 


10 





Fi- 


11 48 9 


2 


5 33 


10 41 


4 55 


(i 1 


5 35 


10 50 


1 42 


6 


5 3o 


10 5<; 


7 


sh 


11 47 52 


3 


5 32 


11 41 


5 54 


6 2 


5 33 


11 40 


2 40 


6 1 


5 31 


11 52 


H 


■R 


11 47 35 


4 


5 30 


morn. 


6 56 


6 3 


5 31 


mom. 


3 41 


6 2 


5 32 


Mior. 


9 


^\ 


11 47 19 


6 


5 2.S 


42 


7 53 


6 4 


5 30 


40 


4 38 


6 3 


5 31 


51 


10 


Tn 


11 47 3 


7 


5 27 


1 45 


8 49 


6 5 


5 28 


1 49 


5 34 


4 


5 29 


1 52 


11 


W 


11 46 48 


8 


5 25 


2 51 


9 39 


6 7 


5 27 


2 51 


25 


6 5 


5 2.S 


2 50 


V? 


Til. 


11 40 33 


9 


5 23 


4 


10 26 


6 8 


5 25 


4 2 


7 10 


6 6 


5 20 


4 3 


13 


Fr 


11 40 18 


10 


5 22 


5 10 


11 9 


6 9 


5 23 


5 10 


7 51 


9 y 


5 25 


5 10 


11 


Sa, 


11 40 5 


11 


5 20 


eeis. 


11 51 


6 la 


5 22 


ects. 


8 34 


6 8 


5 23 


Het8. 


15 


R 


11 45 51 


13 


5 19 


6 29 


morn. 


11 


5 20 


32 


9 21 


6 9 


5 22 


35 


10 


M 


11 45 38 


11 


5 17 


7 3 


31 


12 


5 19 


7 8 


10 8 


10 


5 21 


7 13 


17 


Tn. 


11 45 26 


G 15 


5 15 


7 52 


1 22 


6 13 


5 17 


7 55 


10 55 


Oil 


5 19 


8 2 


IS 


\V 


11 45 15 


10 


5 14 


8 30 


2 13 


6 14 


5 10 


8 42 


11 52 


12 


5 18 


8 47 


1!) 


Th 


11 45 4 


17 


5 12 


9 30 


3 7 


6 15 


5 14 


9 42 


morn. 


13 


5 10 


9 48 


2(1 


Fr. 


11 41 53 


IS 


5 11 


10 43 


4 7 


16 


5 13 


10 49 


54 


14 


5i;> 


10 54 


21 


Sa. 


11 44 43 


20 


5 9 


11 53 


5 15 


18 


5 12 


11 57 


2 1 


15 


5 14 


mor. 


22 


R 


11 44 34 


21 


5 8 


morn. 


6 24 


6 19 


5 10 


morn. 


3 10 


10 


5 13 


2 


23 


M 


11 41 2i( 


22 


5 6 


1 4 


7 31 


6 20 


5 9 


1 8 


4 15 


ois 


5 11 


1 11 


21 


Tu. 


U 41 18 


() 23 


5 5 


2 13 


8 28 


21 


5 7 


2 10 


5 13 


19 


5 10 


2 18 


2.-) 


W. 


11 44 11 


21 


5 3 


3 20 


9 18 


6 22 


5 


3 21 


6 4 


20 


5 9 


3 23 


20 


Th. 


11 44 4 


20 


5 2 


4 25 


10 3 


G 23 


5 4 


4 25 


6 49 


21 


5 8 


4 25 


27 


Fr. 


11 43 59 


27 


5 1 


riiie?. 


10 40 


(5 24 


5 3 


rises. 


7 30 


22 


5 


rise? 


28 


Sa. 


11 4{ 51 


6 28 


4 59 


5 28 


11 23 


6 20 


5 2 


5 30 


8 


23 


5 5 


5 3;j 


2!) 


B 


11 43 50 


6 29 


4 5S 


5 57 


12 


6 27 


5 1 


1 


8 45 


24 


5 4 


4 


3(1 


M. 


11 43 40 


6 31 


4 57 


6 28 


CV.39 


28 


4 59 


32 


9 25 


2.) 


5 2 


?7 


31 


Tn. 


11 43 44 


6 32 


4 55 


7 5 


1 19 


29 


4 58 


7 10 


10 5 


20 


5 1 


7 16 



SUPEEME COUET-Special and Circuit Terms for October. 



TIME. 

1st Mon. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2d Mon. 



TERM. 

S.T. (Mo.) 
S. T. (Ch.) 
C.4 O.A T., 

do 

do 

do 
S. T. (Mo.) 
C.aO.aT., 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



PLACK. 

N. York,„ 

do 

do 

do 

Kings 

Ilichm'nd 

Kings 

Columbia 

Ulster 

Chemung 
Madison,_ 
Monroe,... 
Cavuga,... 

Erie. - 

Catt'gus, - 
Suffolk, ... 



JUSTICE. 

Cardozo. 

lugraham. 

Barn(ird. 

Brndy. 

Tappen. 

Pratt. 

Gilbert. 

Hogeboom. 

Learned. 

Murray. 

Boardraan. 

Johnson. 

J. C. Smith. 

Daniels. 

Barker. 

Gilbert. 



TIME. TERM. PLACE. JU.STICK. 

2d Mon., C.«tO.<fcT., Dutchess, Pratt. 

do do Sullivan,- Ingalls. 

do do Fonda .7amp.s. 

do do Belmont,.. Talcolt. 

2d Tuas., do Canton, ... Bockes. 

3d Mon., do Queen.s, ... (Jilbert. 

do do Schoharie Hogeboom. 

do do Jefferaon, Muliin. 

do do Yates E. D. Smith. 

SdTues., do Elilht'n,„ James. 

4th Mon. do Putnam, „ Gilbert. 

do do Liv'ston,.. J. ('. Smith. 

do do Wayne, ... Johnson. 
4tli Tues. Sp'l Term Onondaga Morgan. 

L't Mon. do Monroe, „ Dwight. 

L'tTues. do Albimy,... Learned. 



October 18, St. Luke the Evangelist. 

24, Si. Raphael the Archangel. 



October 25, St. Crispin. 

28, St. Simon and St. Jude. 



12 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 


llTii Month. NOVEMBER, 1871. 30 Days. 


MOONS PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. 


York. 


W^aaht'n. 'charles'n. 


Sun on inerid, 
or noon mark. 




DIT. 


a. M 


„ 


M. 


H U 


■ H 


D. 


R H I 


Third QuAUTEii 


5 


H 11 mo. 


7 


59 ino. 


7 47 mo. 


7 35 mo. 


1 


1 1 43 42 


New M 


nov 


12 
19 
26 


25 ev. 
4 3 ino 
9 aev. 


13 ev, 
3 51 mo. 
8 57 ev. 


1 ev, 
3 39 mo. 
8 45 ev. 


11 19 mo. 
8 27 mo. 
8 33 cv. 


y 

17 
25 


11 13 57 
11 45 7 
11 47 


FlHST QUAUTEH, 


Full Moon 




1 


e 




o 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


s 


i^ 


e 


For N. Engl'd, N. Y. Mioh. 


For N Y City, Phil., Conn.. 


ForWaah. Md.Va. 




t 




Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J..Penn..O..Ind..lll. 


Ky.Mo.andCal. 


■ OM 


■ s.-. 


■ OOM 1 H. W. 


■ Dll 


■ on 


«oo> 1 ». w. 


■ DB 


(O.t 


■ aOK 


Q 


Q 


in 


■ Ktl 


■ ETl. 


BI8tl. !»0iT8» 


IIIIBI. 


• 1T«. 


>l«ll. '«. TORB 


BUM. 


anTi 


Biiiga, 






R. M ■ 


n M 


H M 


H M. 


R M 


n u. 


H M 


M. M. i B. M. 


n *M 


D. M. 


H M 


I 


w. 


11 « 42 


33 


4 51 


7 47 


2 3 


G 30 


4 57 


7 53 llO 45 


627 


5 


7 59 


2 


Til. 


11 4:{ 41 


31 


4 53 


8 3C 


2 47 


6 31 


4 56 


8 42 11 25 


G2S 


4 59 


8 48 


3 


Fr. 


11 43 41 


a 3G 


4 51 


9 2S 


3 33 


G 32 


4 54 


9 34 ev.19 


6 29 


4.58 


9 46 


4 


Sa. 


11 43 41 


G 37 


4 50 


10 27 


4 24 


G 31 4 .53 


10 32 


1 11 


6 31 


4 57 


10 37 


5 


B 


114: 43 


38 


4 49 


11 29 


5 20 


G35 


4 52 


11 33 


2 4 


6 32 


4.56 


11 37 


6 


M 


11 43 4.') 


G 39 


4 48 


morn. 


G 17 


G 3G 


4 51 


morn. 


3 3 


6:w 


4 55 


mor. 


7 


Tu. 


11 43 IS 


G 41 


4 47 


33 


7 15 


G37 


4 50 


36 


4 


6 34 


4.i4 


U 39 


a 


W. 


11 43 52 


G 42 


4 45 


1 38 


8 9 


6 38 


4 49 


1 40 


4 53 


6 35 


453 


1 42 


9 


Til. 


11 43 57 


G 43 


4 41 


2 40 


9 2 


6 40 


4 48 


2 47 


5 47 


6 30 


4 52 


2 48 


10 


Fr. 


11 41 3 


G 41 


4 43 


3 50 


9 51 


G 41 


4 47 


3 56 


6 37 


6 37 


4 51 


3 55 


11 


Sa. 


11 41 10 


G48 


4 42 


5 10 


10 41) 


6 42 


4 46 


5 8 


7 24 


638 


4.50 


5 6 


12 


B 


11 41 17 


G 47 


4 41 


sel9. 


11 27 


6 43 


4 45 


8tt8. 


8 10 


6.39 


4 49 


PetB. 


13 


M. 


11 41 25 


G48 


4 40 


5 37 


morn. 


6 44 


4 41 


5 42 


9 1 


6 40 


4 48 


5 47 


N 


Til 


11 4 i 35 


G 49 


4 39 


6 26 


15 


6 46 


4 43 


G 31 


9 51 


6 41 


4 47 


6 37 


15 


\V. 


11 4i 45 


C 51 


4 39 


7 23 


1 8 


6 47 


4 42 


7 29 


10 47 


a 43 


4 47 


7 35 


Ifi 


'I'll 


11 44 55 


G 52 


4 3S 


8 30 


2 4 


6 4S 


4 41 


8 35 


11 45 


6 44 


4 16 


S 41 


17 


Fr. 


11 45 7 


C 53 


4 37 


9 41 


3 


6 49 


4 40 


9 46 'morn. 


6 45 


4 45 


9 52 


IS 


Sa. 


11 45 10 


G 51 


4 3« 


10 54 


3 59 


6 50 


4 39 


10 58 


46 


6 46 


441 


11 2 


19 


B 


11 45 33 


G oG 


4 35 


morn. 


5 


6 51 


4 39 


mom. 


1 47 


6 47 


4 44 


mor. 


20 


M. 


11 45 47 


G 57 


4 34 


5 


G 3 


6 53 


4 .38 


7 


2 48 


6 48 


4 43 


10 


21 


Tu. 


11 Hi 2 


G 5S 


4 31 


1 12 


7 1 


6 54 


4 38 


1 14 


3 46 


6 49 


4 43 


1 16 


22 


W. 


11 4(» IS 


6 59 


4 33 


2 18 


7 54 


G .55 


4 37 


2 19 


4 39 


6.50 


4 42 


2 19 


23 


Th. 


11 40 31 


7 


4 32 


3 21 


8 45 


G .5(J 


4 36 


3 21 


5 30 


6 51 


4 42 


3 20 


21 


Fr. 


11 4(5 51 


7 2 


4 r. 


4 21 


9 30 


G 57 


4 36 


4 22 


6 10 


6.52 


441 


4 20 


2.-) 


Sa. 


11 47 9 


7 3 


4 31 


5 26 


10 12 


6 58 


4 35 


5 23 


6 58 


6 53 


4 40 


5 20 


26 


B 


11 47 2S 


7 4 


4 31 


rises. 


10 55 


6 59 


4 35 


rises. 


7 39 


6 55 


4 40 


ri?ep 


27 


M. 


11 47 47 


7 5 


4 30 


5 3 


11 33 


7 


4 35 


5 8 


8 15 


6 56 


4 40 


5 13 


28 


Tu. 


11 48 7 


7 G 


4 30 


5 43 


0V.12 


7 2 


4 31 


5 48 


8 58 


6 57 


4 40 


5 .54 


29 


W. 


11 4S 2S 


7 7 


4 30 


(5 28 


55 


7 3 


4 34 


6 31 


9 41 


G 58 


4 39 


() 40 


30 


Th. 


11 48 5J 


7 8 


14 29 


7 21 


1 38 


7 4 


454 


7 27 [10 23 


6 59 


4 39 


733 


SUPEEME COURT-Special a 


ad Circuit Terms for Noveaiber. 


TIME, TKR>f. PLACE. JUSTICB. 


TIME. TERM. PLACE. JUSTICX. 


ist Men. S. T. (Ch.) N. York,- Brady. 


.3d Mon., C.4 0.4T., Greene, ... Miller, 


do C.4 0.<tT., do butherland. 


do do Sclie'dy, .. Potter. 


do do do 


M Tnes., Rp'l Term Jellerson, Mullin. 


do do Kinffs Gilbert. 


4th Mon. 0,4 O.A T., Newb'gh, Pratt. 


do S.T. (Mo.) do Tappen. 


do do Dutchess, Tappen. 
do do John.st'n, Bot-kes. 


2d Mon., C'.A O.A T., Rockland TaDpen. 


do do Albany,... Ingalls. 


do do Genesee. _ Daniels. 


do do Home 


4th Tues do Sandy H'l James, 


do do Batb Jobnson. 


L't Mon. do Herkimer Morgan. 


do do Ontario.... J. C. Smith. 


do do Schuyler, Parker. 


2d Tups., Pp'l Term Krie Barker. 


do Bp'l Term Monroe.... J. 0. Smith. 


SU Mon., O.aO.aT., Rens'laer Learned. 


L't Tues. do Albany,,,. Hogeboom, 


November 1. All Saints' Day. 


November 17. St, Greeory. 
30, St, Andrew, 


2, All Souls' Day. 


The present pross annual product of the n 


Btion Is estimated at ^,82.5.000,000; the vjilne 


of the leading nKriciiltural prodjicts at ?:{.282. 


avi.iHX): and of cotton. woUen, iron, leather. 


and paper nianuractures. railway service, ai 


d fisheries at f4,2a),000,000. | 



EVKNING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



13 



13TII Month. 



DECEMBER, 1871. 



31 Days. 



MOON'S FHA8BS. 



^ iinn QuAUTEn, 
Nkw Moon 

FlltST QlTAnTKU, , 

Full Moon, 



Boston. N. Tork. Washfn. Charles' 



2 2 mo 
11 18 cv. 

3 :>7 cv. 

4 51 ev. 



1 50 mo.! 1 :;s mo 1 2Gmo, 
11 ficv. i 10 51 cv. i 10 42 (V. 

3 4:> ev. I 3 :53 er. 3 21 ev. 

4 3D ev. I 4 27 cv. 4 15 ev. 



Sun on merid. 
or noon mark. 



11 40 12 
11 52 32 

11 56 20 

12 1!) 



e 

P. 


^ 




•> 


o 




X 








P 


Q 


1 


Fr. 


2 


8a. 


3 


B 


4 


]M. 


5 


Tii. 


6 


W. 


7 


Th. 


K 


Fr. 


» 


Sa. 


10 


B 


11 


M. 


12 


Tii. 


13 


W. 


14 


Th. 


15 


Fr. 


16 


S.I. 


17 


B 


IS 


.M 


I J) 


Til. 


20 


W. 


21 


Th. 


22 


Fr 


23 


!>;l. 


21 


R 


25 


M. 


26 


Til. 


27 


W. 


'^H 


Tli 


2y 


Fr. 


3(1 


vS:i. 


31 


B 



11 49 12 
11 49 3.) 
11 49 59 
11 50 23 
11 50 47 
11 51 13 
11 51 39 
11 52 5 
1 1 52 32 
11 52 59 
1 1 53 27 
11 5S 55 
11 51 23 
11 51 52 
11 55 21 
11 55 51 
11 fiG 2t) 
II 56 50 
11 57 19 
11 57 49 
11 58 19 
11 58 4!> 
II .')9 19 

11 59 49 

12 19 
12 49 
12 1 18 
12 1 48 
12 2 17 
12 2 46 
12 3 15 



CALENDAR 

For N. Engl'd, N. Y. MIoh. 

Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 



7 10 

7 n 



16 

17 

17 

IS 

7 19 

7 20 

7 21 

7 22 

7 22 

7 23 

7 21 



7 2S 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 30 



4 29 

4 29 

4 as 

4 28 
4 28 
4 2S 
4 28 
4 28 
4 2S 
4 2S 
4 28 
4 as 



4 33 

4 3:5 

4 34 

4 3.-> 

4 3<$ 

4 37 

4 37 



S 16 
9 10 

10 17 

11 tl 
morn. 

26 

1 :i2 

2 43 

3 55 
sets'. 

4 10 

5 4 
(i 10 

7 22 

8 38 

9 52 
11 3 
morn. 

10 

1 15 

2 17 

3 19 

4 21 

5 21 

6 20 
rise: 

5 16 

6 10 

7 9 

8 9 

9 11 



2 22 

3 6 

3 53 

4 42 

5 3n 

6 29 

7 27 

8 21 

9 17 

10 13 

11 8 
morn 

2 

59 

1 51 

2 48 

3 41 

4 35 

5 29 

6 22 

7 15 

8 

8 55 

9 41 
,10 26 

.111 10 

11 53 

ev.31 

1 16 

1 59 

2 40 



CALENDAH 

For N Y City. Phil., Conn. 

N.J.. Penn.. O.. lud.. Ill, 



7 15 



16 

10 

17 

18 

18 

19 

20 

20 

7 21 

7 21 

7 22 

7 22 

7 23 

7 23 

7 23 

7 2.3 

7 24 

7 21 

7 24 



4 31 



MOOX 

■ IBIS. M. lOKK 



4 33 



33 

33 

.34 

31 

35 

35 

4 36 

4 37 

4 37 

4 ;« 

4 39 
4 39 
4 40 
4 4J 
4 41 
4 42 



8 21 

9 21 

10 21 
111 21 
,niorn. 
I 28 

I 1 32 
i 2 42 

3 ;-3 
sots. 

4 15 

5 10 

6 16 

7 27 

8 43 

9 55 

11 5 
morn. 

li 

1 15 

2 16 

3 16 

4 17 

5 16 
C 15 
rises. 

5 21 

6 16 

7 14 

8 13 

9 14 



11 05 
11 51 
ev.39 

1 29 

2 21 



15 

4 11 

5 G 

6 3 
G 59 

7 50 

8 47 

9 45 

10 37 

11 32 
morn 

27 

1 22 

2 15 

3 8 

3 59 

4 50 

5 39 

6 27 

7 11 

7 52 

8 :{6 

9 22 
10 3 
10 41 
111 22 



CALENDAR 
ForWash. Md.Va. 
Ky. Mo. and Cal. 



7 10 
711 
7 12 
7 12 
713 
7 14 
711 
7 15 
7 1') 
7 16 
7 16 
7 17 
7 17 
7 17 
7 IS 
7 18 
7 18 
7 19 
7 19 



4 40 111 



SUPSEME 00UaT-Sp33ial aai Oiroait Terms for Daoambsr. 



TIMK, TKRM. PLACE. JUSTICB. 

Ist Mon,. S.T. (Mo.) N, York,. K irnard. 

dj S. T. (Ch.) do Ciird')zo, 

do CaO.aT., do Tiii<r.iham. 

do At do Brady. 

do do Westch'r, T:ipi>en. 

do S.T. (Mo.) Kiii^. _... Pratt. 

do C.aO.aT., Erie Talcott. 

2d Tues., do Lewis, -... Mulliu. 



TIMK. TERM. PLACE, JUSTICE. 

ild Tues., Sp'l Term Madison, Murray. 

do do Tornpk'3. Koardman, 
•M Mon., S. T. (Is.)„ Kiiijcs Pratt. 

do Cat 0.4 T,. Wyoininsj Barker. 
.■?d Tup.s.. Spl Term Oswego.... Foster. 
Lt Mon. do Monroe, .. K. D. Smith. 
L'tTuea. do Albany,.., Miller, 



December 3, Advent Sunday. 

8, I nimiiciilaie Conception. 
21, St. Tiiomoii the Apostle. 



December 25, Cliri.stmas. 

27, St. .John the Evangelist. 
2S, Holy liiiiocent3. 



Cyrus W. Field has sent a memorial to Congress for the Incorporation of a Pacific Snb- 
marine Telegrapli Conipttiiy, witli a capital i»r Jlo.OJO.iJTJ, lu coimruei u teh-gnipli cable 
8,J0O inile.s in »en'.flli. between Ortlifoniia. Jap iii and Uliiiia. bv way of the Sandwich 
Lslaiids. to be coinpleieil within rt ve ye.iM. Wlien this line is onstriicted. there will be 
a continu )us line of telegraph around tlie glob*. There are now (ji submarine cables in 
operation, making an aggregate of overil.OJO miles. 



14 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



PRESIDENT. 



OLYSSES S. GRANT, of Galena. 111. Term expires March 4. 1873. 

The President is chosen by Electors, who are elected by the People, each State having 
as manv as it has Senators and Representatives in Congress. He holds office four years; 
is Conimander-in-Cliiel of the Army and JS'avy o( the United States; has power to grant 
l)ardons and reprieves for oHenses against the United Slaters ; make.s treaties by and with 
tlie advice and consent of the Senate: nominates, and, with tlie consent of the Senate, 
iipijolnts, all Cabinet, Diplomatic, Judicial and E.xecutive officers ; has power to convene 
Congress, or the Senate only; communicates to Congress, by message at every session, 
the condition of the Union, and recommends such measures as he deems e.xpedient; 
receives all Foreign Ministers ; takes care that the laws are faithfully executed, and the 
public business transacted. Salary. |2o,000 a year. 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 

SCHUYLER COLFAX, of South Bend, Ind. Term expires March 4. 1873. 

Is cliosen by the Electors at the same time and in the same manner as the President ; is 
President of "the Senate, and has the casting vote therein. In cii.se of the death, resigna- 
tion, disability or removal of the President, his powers and duties devolve upon the Vice- 
President lor the residue of his tenn. In ca-ses of vacancy where the Vice-President 
succeeds to the Presidential office the President of the Senate becomes ex oirtcto Vice- 
President. Salary ^,000 a year. 

STATE DEPARTMENT 
Preserves the public archives, records, laws, documents and treaties, and supervises their 
publication; conducts all business and correspondence arising out of Foreign relations; 
makes out and records passports, commissions, etc. 

Department Officers. 



Office. 


Names of Incumbents. 


State from. 






New York. 






do 


Second Assistant Secretary, 

Chief Clerk 






Robert S. Chew 


Virginia. 


Disbursing Clerk 


George E. Baker, 


New York. 









Diplomatic Officers. 



Country. 


Names. 


Office. 


Foreign residence. 


State 
from. 




Robert C. Schenck, 


Minister. ... 

Sec. Leg 

Asst. Sec.,- 
Con.-Gen.,.. 
Consul, 

do 

do 

Con.-Gen.,.. 

Consul 

Con.-Gen.,.. 
Minister. ... 

Sec. Leg 

Consul 

Vice-Con.,.. 
Minister, ... 

Sec. Leg 

Asst. Sec.,.. 
Consul, 

do 




Ohio. 


do 


do 


Pa. 


do 


A. «. Nadal „ 

Adam liadeuu 


do 


N. J. 


do 


do 

Liverpool, 


N. Y. 


do 

do 


Thomas H. Dudley 


N.J. 
Ind. 


do 


James Rea 

Marsh Giddings, 


Belfast. _ 


III. 


East Indies, ... 


Calcutta, 


Mich. 






W. Va. 


Canada 


Wm. A. Dart 


Montreal, 


N. Y. 




Andrew G. Curtin 

Eugene Schuyler, 

George Pomutz, 


St. Petersburg, 


Pa. 


do 

do 


N. Y. 


do 


Iowa. 


do 


S P Young 


Moscow, 


111. 


France 


Elihu B. Wiishburne, ... 
Wickham Hottman 


Paris, 


111. 


do 


do _ 


La. 


do 


do 

Havre, 


N. Y. 


do 


S. L. Glasgow,.. „ 

Milton M. Price 


Iowa. 


do 


Marseilles, 


Iowa. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871, 



15 



Diplomatic Officers — Continued. 



Country. 


Names, 


omco. 


Foreign residence. 


State 
from. 




Daniel E Sickles, 


Minister, ... 

Sec. Leg 

Consul, 

Con.-(^en.,.. 
Minister, ... 

Sec. Leg 

Consul, 

do 

Minister, ... 

Sec. Leg 

Consul, 

do 

Minister, ... 
Consul, 

do 

Minister, ... 

do 

Consul 

Minister, ... 

Sec. Leg 

Con. -Gen.,.. 
Consul, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Minister, ... 

Sec. Leg 

Consul, 

Minister, ... 
Consul 

do 

Minister, ... 
Sec. Leg.,... 
Con. -Gen.,.. 
Consul, 

do 

do 

Minister, ... 

Sec. Leg 

Con. -Gen.,- 

Consul 

Con.-Gen.,.. 

Consul, 

Minister, ... 

Consul 

Minister, ... 

Consul 

Com.Agt.,.. 
Minister, ... 
Interpreter 
Consul, 

do 

Minister, ... 
Sec. Leg.,... 
Con.-Gen.,.. 
Consul, 

do 

Minister, ... 
Consul 

do 

Minister, ... 
Com.Agt.,.. 
Minister, ... 
Sec. Leg.,... 
Con.-Gen., „ 
Consul, 

do 

do 

Minister, ... 
Com. Apt.,.. 
Consul, 


Madrid 


N.y. 

N. Y 






do 

Cadiz 


do 




R. I 


C'ubn 


Thomas Biddle 


Pa. 








Va. 


do 


Vacant 


do ' 




do 


Jleiiry W. Diman, 


do 


R I. 


do 


James C. Fletcher, 


Oporto 


Ind 






111 




Vacant, 


do 




do 


Aug L Chetlain 


do 


Utah 


do 


James K Weaver,... 


Antwerp,... 


W Va 


Nctliprlands, . 


Charles I. Gorham,_ 


The Hague. 


Mich 


do 




N. Y. 


do 






Ohio. 




M. J. Cramer, 




Ky. 

Minn. 


fSwtHleii & Norway, 


C C'. Andrews, 


Stockholm, 




F K. Bazier, 


Gottenburg, 

Berlin 


N. J. 






N Y. 


do ' 




do 


N Y 


do 


William P. Webster, 

John H. Stewart, 


Frankfort, 


Mass. 


Saxony, 


Leipsic, 


I'a 


Krcnien, 


Robert M. Hanson, 

Rdward Robinson 

G. Henry Horstman, 

K Klauprecht, _ 


Bremen, 


Ohio 


Ilunibiirg, 


Hamburg, 


N Y 


Buvnria 


Munich 


Pa 


Wurtemburg. „ 

Budeii 


istuttgard, ... 


Ohio 


William H. Young 




Ohio 






N.Y 




John Jay 

John P. Delaplaine, 

P. Sidnev Post, 




N.Y. 


do 


do 


N Y. 


do 


do 

Berne, 

Basle, 

Geneva, 


111. 






Wis. 


do 






do 


Charles H. Upton,.... 


Va. 


Italy, 


George P. Marsh,.... 


Florence, 


Vt. 


do 


George W. Wurts,.. 


do 




do 


J. Lorimer Graham, Jr. 
O. M. Spencer,.. . 


do 


N.Y. 


do ... 


Genoa, ... 


Iowa. 


do .. . 


B Odell Duncan 


Naples 


S. C. 


Papal Dominion,... 


David M. Armstrong,... 
Wavne McVeagh, 


N.Y. 


'J urkey, 


Constantinople 

do 

do 

Jerusalem, 

Alexandria 

Cairo 


Pa. 


do _ :.;;;:;; 




Ohio. 


do _ 




Me. 


do 




Ind. 


"-"Tzz::-- 


G. H. Butler, 


Cal. 


Vacant, 




Greece,- 


C. K. Tuckerman, 


Athens, 


N.Y. 


Barbary States 

Liberia, 


F. A. Matthews 




Cal. 


J. W. Mason. 




Ark. 


Muscat 


Francis R. Webb 


Zanzibar 


Mass. 


Madagascar, 


J. P. Finkel Meier, 

C E. De LiOng,. 


Tamatave, 


N. J. 


Japan, „ 


Yeddo 




do 




do 


N.Y. 


do _.... 


Charles O Shepard, 

F. W. Partridge 


do 


N.Y. 


Siam 


Bangkok, ., 


111. 


China 




Peking 


Cal. 


do 


S. Wells Williams,- 

George F. Seward, 


do 


Mass. 


do 


Shanghai, 


N.Y. 


do 


Vacant 




do 


Milton M. De Lano, 




Col, 






Mass. 


do do 


Calvin S. Mattoon, 

H. H. Houghton, 1 


do 


Ohio. 
111. 


llaytl, 


E. D. Ba.saet, 


Port au Prince 

St. Domingo, 


Pa. 


San Domingo, 


Fi.sher W. Ames. 


Ohio. 


Mexico 


Thomas H Nelson 

Porter O. Bliss 

Henry A. Badham 

Julius A. Skilton, 


Mexico, 


Ky. 


do - 


do 


D.C. 


do 


Tampico 


N.C. 


do 


Mexico 


La. 


do 


Thomas F. Wilson, 

S. S. Trowbridge, 


Metamoras 


Pa. 


do - 


Vera Cruz 


111. 


Nicaragua, 


Charles N. Riotte, .. 


Nicaragua 




do 


B. Squire Cotrell, 


San Juan del Norte, 
San Juan del Sur 


N Y. 


do 


Rufus Mead, 


Vt. 



16 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Diplomatic Officers — Continned. 



Country, 


Names. 


Office. 


Foreign residence. 


State 
from. 




Jacob B. Blair, 


Minister, ... 

do 

Consul, 

Minister, ... 

do 

do 
Consul 

do 
Minister, ... 

Consul 

Minister, ... 

Consul, 

Minister, ... 
Consul 

do 

Minister, ... 

Consul, 

Minister, ... 

Consul, 

Minister. ... 

Consul 

Minister, ... 
Sec. Leg.,... 

Consul 

Minister, ... 


fc>an Jose 


W. Va. 


(juiuemalft 

do 








Henry Houben,_ 


do 
Comayagua,„ 








Mich. 


Sulviidor, 


A 11 red T. A. Torbert 

S. A. JIuribut 


San Salvador,„ 


Del. 


Bogota, „ 


111. 








HI. 








N. Y. 


Venezuela,. 


James R. Partridge, 

Charles H. Loelir, 

E. KnmsevWing, 




Md. 




Pa. 




Quito, 

Guajaquil,. _ 


K.V. 


do 


Cliarles Weile 


Nev. 


Brazil, 


Henry T. Blow 


Rio de Janeiro, 


Mo. 


do 


Charles T. Theveatt, 


do do 
Pernanihuco 


Ala. 


do 




Argentine Kep., 

do do _... 
Panvguay 


Robert C Kirk, 


Buenos Avres, 


Ohio. 


Dexter K Clapp 


do do 


N. Y. 


John L Stevens 


Asuncion, _ 


Me. 




do 




Chili 

do 


Joseph P. Root,„ 




Kans. 


Jolin C Caldwell 

Alvin P Hovey, 


Valparaiso, 


Me. 


Peru, 

do 


Lima, 


Ind. 


H. M. Brent, 


caiiao. I"!*." ;!.;." .!!!""! 




do 


D. J. Withamson, 


Cal. 




Leopold Markbrelt, 


La Paz 


Ohio. 









FOREIGN LEGATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. 

AROKXTiNK Rkpublic — Senor Don Manuel R. Garcia, Envoy Ex. and Min. Plon. ; 
Senor B. Mitre y Vedia. Secretary ot Legation. ^ „. _. „ .•,,■„.. 

AusTKiA — Baron Charles Lederer, Envoy E.t. and Min. Plen.: Count M. Esterhnzy, 

BKLoi'uM — Mr. Maurice Delfosse, Minister Re.sident; Mr. Allred Berghmans, Secro- 

Brazil — Seniior Dom Domingo Jose Gonsalres de Magalhaens, Envoy Ex. and Min. 
Plen. ; Senhor Don Luis A. de Padua Fieury. Secretary ad intfrim. 

Chili — Senor Don Joaquin Fieury. Envoy Ex. and illn. Plen. 

CoL()MBJA — senor Don Santiago Perez, Minister Resident; Senor Enrique Cortes, 
Secretary of Legation. 

Costa Kica — Vacant. 

Dknmauk — F. E. de Bille. Minister Resident. 

KfUAOOK — Senor Don Antonio Fiores, Minister Resident. 

FiiANCK — M. le Viscount Jules Freilhard. Envoy Ex. and Min. Plen.; M. de Bellon- 
net. First Secretary of Legation ; Mr. Paul Derjardin. Honorary Consul. 

Grkat Bkitai.v — Edw. Thornton. Esq , C. B., Envoy Ex. and Min. Plen.; Francis 
Clare Ford, Esq., First Secretary of Legation. 

(iREK.cK — Mr. Cleon Ri/.o Rangabe. Charge d' Affaires, ad interim. 

Ha VTi — Mr. Stephen Preston. Minister Resident. 

Hawiian Islands — Mr. E. H. Alien, Envoy Ex. and Min Plen. 

Italy- Count Luigl Cortl, Envoy Ex. and Min. Plen.; Count Lulgl Colbiano, Secre- 
tarj' of Legation. 

LiBKRiA — Mr. Henry F. SchiefTelln, Charge d' Affaires. 

Mkxico — Senor Don Ignacio Mariscal, Envoy Ex. and Min. Plen. ; Senor Don Manuel 
C. PorlUKal. First Secretary. 

North Gkrman Union — Prussia — Baron Gerolt, Envoy Ex. and Min. Plen.; Baron 
Alovenslebcn. Secretary of Legation. 

Nkthkrlanos- Mr. A. Mazel. Minister Resident. 

Nicaragua and Hondur.'S — Senor Don Jo.se Ro.sa Perez, Charge d' Affaires. 

Portugal — Senhor Antonio Da Cunha, Charge d' AOaires, ad interim. 

Pkru — Colonel Don Manuel Freyre. Envoy Ex. and Min. Plen.; Don Edwardo Vil- 
lena, Secretary. 

RUS.SIA — Mr. Constantine Catacazy, Envoy Ex. and Min. Plen.; Mr. Waldemar de 
Bodlsco, First Secretary of Legation. 

Shain — Senor Dun Mauricio Lopez Roberts, Envoy Ex. and Min. Plen.; Senor Don 
Luis de Potestad. First Secretary of Legation. 

SwKDEN AND NORWAY — Couut C. Lewcnhaupt, Charge d' AfTaires, ad interim. 

Salvador and Gautkmala -Senor Jose Maria Vela, Charge d' Affaire.s. 

Switzerland — Mr. John Hitz. Consul General : Mr. C. J . Ost, Secretary. 

Turkey — Blacque Bey, Envoy Ex. and Min Plen. ; Baltaz».i Eilendi, Secretary. 



EVENING JOCfeNAL ALMANAC^ 1871. 



17 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Rpcplveu and has charge of all moneys paid into the United States Treasury, has genera,! 
supervision of the UhchI transactionH of the Ooverunient, the collection of revenue, the 
auditing and payment of accounts and other di.sbursementfl, supervises the execution of 
the laws relating to the Commerce and Navigation of the United States, the Revenues 
and Currencv, liie Coast Survey, the Mint and Coinage, the LJght-House EHtablisbraeiil, 
tJie construction of Murine IIoHpitals, Custom-IIouses, etc. The First Comptroller pre- 
8cribe« th# mode of keeping ana rend«ring accounts for the civil and diplomatic service, 
and the public land. To hnn the First, Fifth and 8ixth Auditors report. The Second 
Comptroller prescribes the mode of keeping and rendering accounts for the army, navy 
and Indian departments, and to him the Second, Third and Fourth Auditors report. 
The Flr«t Auditor adlusU the accounts of the customs, revenue, civil service aiid private 
acts of Congress. The Second Auditor adjusts accounts relating to nay. clothing and 
recruiting of the armv, the arsenals, armories and ordnance, and the Indian depart- 
ment. The Third Auditor adju.sts accounts for army subsistence, fortittcations, military 
academy and roads, quartermaster's department and military claims. The Fourth 
Auditor adjusts the navy accounts, the Flhh diplomatic, and the8iztb postal af&ir*. 

Department Officers. 



Office. 


Names of Incumbents. 


State. 


Secretary of the ' 
Assistant Secreta 

Chief Clerk, - 


rrcaflury, 


George S. Boutwell, 


Ma.s8achusetts. 


ries . 


AVm. A. Richardson, 

John F. Hartley 

J. H. Sa\ille 

R. W. Tayler 

Wm. Hemphill Jones, 

J. M. Brodhead, 


Massachusetts 




Maine. 
Illinois. 


First Comptroller, ,.:... 

Chief Clerk 


Ohio. 
Delaware. 


Second Comptroller, 

Chief Clerk 


District of Columbta. 


E. B. Curtis, 


New York. 




Thos. L Smith 


Virginia. 


Chief Clerk^ ' 


David W. Mahon 


Maryland. 


Second Andltd*, . 
Chief Clerk 




E. B. French 


Maine. 





8, J. Kimball 


Maine. 


Third Audlior,"*.' 
Chief Clerk, . 


■••;•••• 


Reader W Clark . 


Ohio. 


A. M. Gangewer, 


Ohio. 




* 


S. J. W. Tabor, 


Iowa. 


Chief Clerk... . . 




Wm. B. Moore,^ 


Ohio. 


Fifth Auditor, 


. . . 


Henry D. Barron, 


Wisconsin. 


Chief Clerk,„ 


.. 


J. B. Mann, 


Massachusetts. 







J. jr. Martin 


Alabama. 


Chief Clerk 


' 


J. M. McGhrew 


Ohio. 






Nathan Sargent 


District of Columbia. 




States, _ 

er .••v;~M-- 


Francis E. Spinner, 


New York. 


Assistant Treasul 
Cashier, 




Nebraska. 


Albert U. Wyman, 


Wisconsin. 


Assistant Cashlei 





Frank Jones, 


New York. 


Register 




John Allison ; 


Pennsylvania. 


Assistant Regisle 
Comptroller Curi 
Deputy Comptro 
Soncltor 


'enrv 


John A. Graham, - 

H. R. Hulburd 


Iowa. 
Illinois. 


iter 


J. Jay Knox, ; 


MinneeotA. 




E. C.Banfield 


New York. 


Assistant Sollclta 
Commissioner In 
Deputy Commiss 

Superintendent C 

Architect 

Special Commls« 




Joseph H. Robinson, 

Alfred Plea.santon, 




ternal ReVemw, 


New York. 


John W. Douglas 


Pennsylvania. 










Massachusetts. 


ioner Revenue,'"*?!.... 


A. B. Mullet 

David A Wells . . 


New York. 

District of Columbia. 









Collectors of Customs. 




Collectors. 


Address. 


Collectors. 


.Address. 


Maine. 

John H. Bice, - 

E S J Neally, 


Bangor. 
Bath. 


Maine. 

William H. Sargent, 

Israel Washburn, Jr ... 

Owen B. Chadbourne, 

Llewellyn Powers, 

James A Hall 


Castlne. 
Portland. 


Truman Harmon, 


Belfast. 

Ellsworth. 

Kennebeck. 

Machla.s. 

Eastport. 


Saco. 


X K Sawyer, 


Honlton. 




Waldoborough. 




Orrln McFadden 


Wi»ca.sset. 


Charles R. Wh'ldden 


1 Jeremiah S. Putnam, 


York. 



18 



EVENLSO JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Collectors of Customs — Continued, 



Collectors. 



/ . ^ A ■» , 



Collectors. 



Adb^e^ 



Address. 



JVi9«> Hampthire. • . , • . 
John H. Bailey, ..~i-.. 

VermonL 
a«orse J. Htaanard,...^ ^ 

Hhode JaUtnd. 

Wm. K. Ti^'lor 

Heth W. Macy ,.„... — ... 

James Shaw, Jr., ^.^ — -,* 

. Connecticut. 

Julius 8. Hanover, 

Augustus Putnam, 

Cyrus Northrop 

Geo. T. Marshall,..- 

George Hubbard 

Massachusetts. 

Charles F. Swift, 

Thomas Ru-ssell, 

C. B. Marchaut. 

James Brady, Jr.,... 

Fltz J. Babson, * 

Simon Dodge » 

Alfred Macy, ~ 

John A. P. Allen, - 

Henry Stover, 

Thomas Lorlng 

Charles W. Palftay,-.. 

New York. 

John Pierce, 

David B. Owen, _ 

S. M. Matt«9on ..„ 

Thomas Murphy, , 

Seth P. Remington, —w. 

C. C. P Clark 

Jacob Parmenter,- 

Wm. Emerson , 

W. S. Havens „ 

F. fcjpaulding -.* 

New Jersey . 

Joseph H. Fimer, 

Israel 8. Adams, 

Wm. L. Aflhmore,-....« 

Wm. Silvev, 

C. McKnight Smith,,^ 

Jarvis H. Bartlett, ,., 

Pennsylvania. 

R. F. Gaggin, 

Henry D. Moore, ,» 

Delavnare. 
Wm. D. Nolen 

District of Cblumbla. 

James A. Magmder, 

Mar-yland. 

John G. Taylor, 

John L. Thomas, Jr., 

Hance Lawson, 

Virginia. 

David Turner, 

George T. Jarvis 

Luther Lee, Jr., 

David G. Carr; „. 

Joseph M. Humphreys,.... 

Watson R. Wentworth 

John W. Di.xon 

North dtirollna. 
Alexander C. Davis, 



Portsmouth. 



Burlington. 



Bristol. 

Newport. 

Pravidence. 



Pair^eld. 

Middletown. 
New Haven. 
New London. 
Stuuingtou. 



Barnstable. 

Boston. 

F.dgarstown. 

Fall River. 

Gloucester. 

Marblehead. 

Nantucket. 

New Bedford. 

jiTewburyport. 

Plymouth. 

Salem. 



BufTalo. 
Cape Vincen,t. 
Dunkirk. 
New York. 
Oswegatchle. 
Oswego. 
Pluttsburgh. 
Rochester. 
Sag Harbofl 
Susp. Bridge. 



Bridgeton. 

Bargaintown. 

Lamberton. 

Newark. 

Perth Amboy. 

Tuckorton. 



Erie. 
Philadelphia. 



Wilmington. 



Georgetown. 

Annj^iolifl. 
Baltimore. 
CrLsfleld. 

Alexandria. 

Eastvllle. 

Norfolk. 

petersburgh. 

Richmond. 

Tappahannock. 

Yorklowu. 

Beaufort. 



North Carolina. 
Charles G. Maantog, 
Richard W. Kln«. ..... 

Deuard Rumiey 

'South OaroUna. 

George W. Clark, 

Henry F. Heriot, 

Bienzl S. BenueU, 



Oeorgia. 
Charles P. Goody eax., 

Thomas P. Bobb, 

Wm. T.Spencer, 



Edentoi). 
Newbern. 
Wilmington. 



' AMbama. 
Wm, Miller, , 



JUlssissippi. 
Robert W. Fitzhugh,. 

Pmckney Ro8s,_ 

John A. Klein, _ , 

Louitiana. 

K. W. Mullen 

James P. Casey, 



Florida. 

R, Daniels, 

B. E. De Porest, 

Wm. G. Vance, 

P. A. Dockray, 

Hiram Potter, Jr., .... 

Andrew J. Goss 

Washington Rogers, ., 

Tfxas. 

Albert M. Barney, 

Thomas Kearney, 

Dwlght C. Marsh, 

Nathan Patten, 

James K. McCrearey, 



Ohio. 
Pendleton O. Watmough, 

John Youngs 

Patrick 8. Slevln 



irichtnan. 

George Jerome 

Healey C. Akeley,.. 

Hinim A. Burt 

Johu P. Sanborn, 

minoU. 
James E. McLean, . 

Wisconsin. 
Samuel T. Hooker,. 



Minnesota. 
J. C. Stoever 



Califomia. 
Timothy G. Phelps, 

Oregon. 

Alanson Hinuian, 

H. W. Scott, 

Washington Territoty. 
M. S. Drew 

3rontana. 
Walter W. Johnson, .. . 

Alaska. 
William Kapus, 



Charleston. 
Georgetown 
Port Royal. 



Brunswick. 
Savannah. 
St. Marys. 



Mobile. 



Natchez. 

Shieldsboro'gh. 

Vlcksburgh, 



Franklin. 
New Orleans. 



Apalachioola. 
Fernandina. 
Key West. 
Jacksonville. 
Pensacola. 
St. Augustine^ 
St. Marks.. 



Brownsville, 
Corpus Christ!. , 
El Paso. 
Galveston, 
ludianola. 



Cleveland. 
Sandusky. 
Toledo. 



Detroit. 
Grand Haven. 
Marquette. 
Port Huron. 

Chicago. 
Milwaukee. 
Pembina. 
San Francisco. 

Astoria. 
Portland. 

PortTowD8«nd. 

Helena, 

SItkft. 



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Naval Officers. 



Walter Harrliufin, Boston, IfasIL • 

M. II. Grlnnell, Now York, N. Y. 

Dp Witt C. Baxter, Pliilad«^lphla, Pcun. 



John Le« Chapman, Baltimore, Md. 
Cbarlea DlUlugham, New Orleans, La. 
George W. Bowie, San Francisco. 



Inspectors of Steamboats. 



Edward R. Fergason. New York, N. 
A«apb BemLs, Buffalo, N. Y. 
John Meansbaw, Baltimore, M<1. 
William Rogers. New Orleans, La. 
Bamuel Houston, Louisville, Ky. 



Frank Burnett, 8t. Louis, Mo. 
John Devinny, Bteubenvllle, Ohio. 
Peter J. Ralph. ChiOAgo, 111. 
Charles L. Stephenson, Galena, 111. 
Samuel Guthrie, Ban Francisco, Cal. 



Assistant Treasm'ers of the United States. 



Franklin Haren. Jr., Boston, MflAS. 
Thomas HiUhou«e. New York, N. Y. 
George Eyater^Pbiladelpbia, Pa. 
Joshua D. Geddlnga, Charleston, S. C. 



Charles Clinton, New Orleans, La. 
Albert G. Edwards, yt. Louis, Mo. 
Charles L. Felton,San Francisco, Cal. 



United States Mint Officers. 



James Pollock, Director, Phfladelphla, Pa. 
Calvin J. Cowlea, Assay^r, Charlotte, N. C. 
Oscar H. La Otange, Supt., Bait lyanclsco, 
Cal. 



Thomas C.Acton, Supt.,New York, N. Y. 
J. F. L. Schiermer, Assaver, Denver, Col. 
Henry F. Rice, Bupt., Carson City, Nev. 





Assessors and Collectors of Internal Revenue. 


Q 


AM«8SOr8. 


Address. 

■ 


Collectors. 


AddrCBB. 


] 


Alabama. 
Charles W. Pierce 


Mobile, 


John T. Foster, 


Mobile. 


?' ' 


Selma 

lluntavilU 


Francis WiUiner 

Ephraim Latham, 

Levi Bashford, 


Montgomery. 


3... 


Luther Q. Morton 

Ai'uona. 
Henry A. Blgelow, 

Arkansas. 
Stephen Wheeler 


Hunt«vlUe. 
Prescott. 


1... 
9 


Duvall's Blufif. 

Little Rock, 

FayeUeville 


Lucien W. Coy, ,.. 

William J. PattOP 

Robert W. Wtohard,... 


DuvhITs BlufT 
Little Itock. 


s 


Thoinag J. Uuot, 

Catifoniia. 
11 J Tildeb, . 


Dardanelle. 


1 


San l^ranclsco, 

Oakland,... ., 


San Francisco. 


T ■■ 


Orzo H. Bumham, 

Silas H. Axteir, 

Thomas J. Blalteney, ... 
W. A. Ellason, 


Luther H. Cary, 

John Sedewlck, 


San Jose, 


3' 


s«-Qgktoiu • . 


JBtockton. 






Alfred BrlKKS 

W.C.S. Smith, 

George W. Brown, 

Henry 0. Deralng 

W. H. Russell, 


Sacramento. 


r», 


Santa Rosa, 


Napa City. 




Colorado. 
Daniel Witter 


Denver, 


1... 


Conne^:ttciU. 
Alphonso C. Crosby,. . . 

John H. WrlKbt, 

Jeremlali Gluey, 

Keubfu Uockwell, 

Dnfcotnk. 
George W. Kingsbury,.. 

Dflntcar-e. 


Rocktllle, 


Hartford. 
New Haven. 


8... 
4,.. 


Norwich .... 


Joseph Selden 


Norwich. 


Bridgeport*^ 

Yinkton,.....! 


David F. HoUister, .... 
Gilbert P. Bennett, .... 
J. S. Prettyman, 


Bridgeport. 
Grant. 




Wilmington, 

Washington, 

Gainsville 


Wilmington. 




DiHti-U-t of Columbia. 
Uetijamin N. Meed<<, . . . 

Florida. 
WillLiin J. Purnian,.... 

Georgia. 

Charies T.Watson 

Robert Clark 

F.<liriii Belcher, 


Thomas L. Tullock, 

Horatio Jenkins, Jr., . 
John n. Gould, 


WashingtoD. 
' Jacksonville. 


J 


Savannah. 


Savannah. 




William C. Morrill,.... 

Isham 8. Fannin, 

' Jaines Atkins 


Macon. 


3' 


' AUKQStav....- 




4,.. 


William Jennings 


\ Atlanta, 


. Atlanta. 



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Assessors and Collectors of Internal Revenue - 


-Continued. 




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Address. 


Collectors. 


Address. 




Idaho. 


Boise City, 


J. Cary Geer, 


Boise City. 

Chicago. 

Aurora. 

Fl-eeport. 

Quincy. 

Peoria. 

Jollet. 

Mattoon. 

Springfield. 

Pittafield. 

Winchester. 

Centralla. 

Alton. 

Metropolis. 

Evansyllle. 
New Albany. 
Columbus. 
Aurora. 
New Castle. 
Indianapolis. 
Terra Haute. 
La Fayette. 




lUinoU. 
Joseph D. Webster, .... 

Duncan Pei-gusoOi 

Andrew J. Warner 

J H Keed ., 


Chicago, 

Rockford...... 


Edmund Jussen, 

William B. Allen, 

Robert Little 




Prophetatown, 

Monmouth, 

Galesburgh, 




James B. CrIiUI 




Richard H. Whiting.;!: 
Quincy D. Whitman,... 

Franklin Blades, 

Edward L. Baker 

Thomas J. Kinn'ey,« 

James Fishback 

William H. Barlow 

William C. Kueffner, .. 
SamuelU. Almon 

Indiana, 

James H. McNeely 

De Witt C. Thoma.«, . . . 

Hagerman Tripp, 

John C Burton, 


Enoch Emery, 






Charles M. ilanimond,. 
Jonathan Richmond,.. 
John T Harper. 




Watseka,.^.. 

Springfield, 




Vermont, 


Asa C. Matthews 

Nathan M. Knapp, 

Robert D. Noleman, ... 

John E. Detrich, 

Jonathan C. WiUis 

James F^ Veatch 

Horatio Woodbury,.... 

Ralph Hill 

Glllett V.Stevenson,... 
William Grose, 




Jacksonville, 




Belleville 

Tamaroa, 




Evansville 




Salem, 




North Vernon, 

Hrookville 




Vincent H. Grigg, 

William M. Wiles, 

Frank White 


Connersvllle, 

Indianapolis, 

Gosport, 




Charles F. Ilogate, 

Samuel MagiU 

Matthew Simpson 




Godlove 0. Behm 

David Turner 


La Fayette 

Crown Point, 




Rees J. Chesnutwood,,. 

George Moon, 

John F. Wildman, 


La Porte. 
Fort Wayne. 
Anderson. 




George D. Copeland.... 
Hervey Craven, 




Anderson, 




Iowa. 

James B. Weaver, 

Sewall 8. Farwell, 


Bloomfleld, 

Monticello, 


Francis Springer, 

Norman Boardman. . . . 
Matthew H. Trumbull,. 


Burlington. 

Lyons. 

Dubuque. 

Sigourney. 

Des Moines. 

Marslialltown. 

Leavenworth. 

Paducah. 

Greenville. 

Bowling Green. 

Greensburgh. 

Louisville. 

Covington. 

Lexington. 

Lancaster. 

Maysvill«. 

New Orleans. 
Baton Rouge. 
Monroe. 

Portland. 

Farmington. 

Augusta. 

LhKolnville. 

Elkton. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Cumberland. 
St. Denis. 

Fall River. - 
Eaat Bridgewater. 
Boston. 
Boston. 
















Sidney 

Nfevada, 


L. P. Sherman 

Thos. E. McCracken, .. 

George T. Anthony,.... 




John Scott, 




Kansas. 
Gurdoa tj. Beates 

Kentuciiu. 
Edward Baker. 


Junction City, 




0, P. Johnson,. 

William E. Hobson.'.... 
William M. Spencer.... 

Edgar Needham 

George M. M.Linn,.... 

John A. Prall, 

J. W.F.Parker 

Samuel L. Blaine 

Louisiana. 

Blanc F. Joubert 

Napoleon Underwood,. 
William R. Ilaidy 

Mahie. 
George H. Knowlton,.. 
Enos T Luce, 


Hartford ..,.. 

Bowling Greed 






Erasmus L. Mottley 

Edward H. Hobson 

James T. Buckner, 

Johns. Nlxotl 




Louisville, 








Lexington, 

Somerset, .... 


Abram H. Bowmad,... 
William J. Landram,.. 
Newton Cooper, 




.Maysville, 




New Orleans, 

Baton Rouge 


Sidney A. Stockdale,... 
J S. Chapman, .. 




Thomas 5. Johnson,.,. 

Franklin J. Rollins,.... 

Charles J. Talbot 

Peter F. Sanl>orn, 

Jeremiah Fenno 

David Howe, 




Portland 




Auburn, 




Selden Connor, 


Augusta, ... ... 






Carmel, 

Ellsworth, 




John D. Hopkins, 

Mat'yland. 

Samuel A. Graham 

William Galloway 

Robert M. Proud 

H. W. Delllnger,,., 

n. Rush Roberts, 

MaHsachuseUn. 
C. B. H. Fessenden.... 

Nathaniel Wales. 

Wm . Raymond Lee, . . . 
Otis Clapp, 




Salisbury, 


James Mclntyre 

Samuel M. Evans, 

Robert M. Smith, 

Francis Thomas, 

Daniel L.Stanton 

Joseph L. BufBngtnn... 
Benjamin W. Harris.... 

Charles W. Slack 

John Sargent 




Baltimore 

Clear Spring 

Sandy Spring 

New Bedford 

Stoughton 

Boston, 




Boston, 















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ALMANAC, 1871, 


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Assessors and Collectors of Internal Revenue 


— Continued, 




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Assessors. 


Address. 


Collectors, 


Address. 




Eben F. Stone,* 


Newburyport, 

Charlestown 

Framincham, 

Worcester, 


Charles C. Dame 

GeoiKe Cogswell, 

Georpre H. Gordon, ... 
j Auk. H. R. Spragup,... 

Luke Li'man, 

E. R. Tinker, 


Salem. 

Haverhill. 

Boston, 

Worcester. 

Northampton, 

North Adams. 

Detroit. 
Paw Paw. 
Ann Arbor. 
Grand Rapids. 
Howell. 
Flint. 

Winona. 
Minneapolis. 

Natchez. 

Columbus, 

Corinth. 

St. r^^uis. 
Marble Hill. 
Hannibal. 
New Florence. 
Carthage. 
St, Joseph. 

Helena. 

Nebraska City. 

Virginia City. 

Manchester, 
Coruish. 

Camden. 
Mount Holly. 
Plainfield. 
Morristown, 
Jersey City. 

Santa Fe. 

Brooklyn. 

New York. 
New York. 

Yonkers. 

Kingston. 
Albany. , 

Glen's Falls. 

Potsdam. 

Gloversvllle. 

Franklin. 

Little FaUs. 

Utlca. 

Cazenovia. 




P. J. Stone... 




ciaEst" ::::;■': 




William T. Harlow, ... 

Amasa Norcross, 

Tim. M. Brown 




Fitchburxh 




Springfield 

Detroit 




Mark Flanignn 


Han-ey B. Rowlson,.., 

Josiah Andrews, 

Chauncey H. Millen,.. 

Sluman S. Bailey 

Fred. J. Lee 




Julius S. Barbtrr, 

G. Thompson Gridley, . 

Westbrook Divine 

Crawley P. Dake 

Henry Raymond 

Minnesofa. 
William McMIcken..... 
Robert N. McLaren.... 

Jfisximppi. 
Charles H.Kirkendall.. 
B. B. Eggleston 


Cold water, 








Ionia, . 




Srety:::::::;:::: 




Elbridge G. Gale 

John J. Randall 

Jarcd Benson, 




[kfantorville, .... 




St. Paul :: 




Simon M, Preston, 

Joseph T. Smith 

B B Emory, 








Andrew P Bhuttuck... 

Jfufsottri. 

Alton R, Easton 

Barnabas Smith 

Henry C. McArthur, .. 
Benjamin Emmons, .... 
Mack J. Learning, 


Okolona, . .. 




St. Ix)uis, .., . . 


Charles W. Ford 

Lindsny Murdoch 

CliHrles P. lleywood, .. 

Arthur C. Stewart, 

George D. Orner, 

Adam N. Schuster 

Samuel L. Wa^on 

Joseph E. Lamaster,,., 

Stephen T. Gage,, , 

Andrew H. Younj,' 

Elijah M. Topliff, 

Phpdtpr Pike. 




Cuba 




Memphis, 




St. Charles 




Sedalia, 




Kansas City, , 

Helena 




. Montana, 
Lucius B, Church 

N^raaiyt. 
Thomas J. Majors 

y<evada 
Warren F. Myers 

yew IlampHhire. 

Samuel A. Haley 

David F. Whittle 

EvartsW. Farr 




Brownville, 

Virginia City. 

New Market 

Concord 




Littleton, 




Keio Jemev. 

Benjamin Acton, 

John L. Murphy, 

Robert Rusllng, 

Benjamin F. Robinson, 
Robert B. Hathom 

N«w Mexico. 
Byron E. Daniels 

Keio York. 

2/ James Jourdan 

\\ Max Weber 

fj Morris Freldman.... 

AuKUstus Ford 

Alexander P. Ketchum, I 
J. G. Miller 


Salem 


William p. Tatem 

JohnL. N. Stratton.. ., 
Elston Marsh, 




Trenton 




Hackettstown, 

Rldgewood, 

Newark, 




James V. Bentley 






Gustavus A. Smith 

James Freeland, 

Munson H. Treadwell,. 
John McHarg, 




Brooklyn , . , 




New York 




New York, 




New York, 


Charles R. Cost«»r, 

William A. Darling | 

John M. Mason, 

Moses D. Stivers 

Jason M. Johnson, .... 
Edwin W. Buddington, 




New York, 




White Plains ' 

Monticello 1 




James L. Stewart, 

William R. Wooden.... 
GeorKff H. Penfield, ... 

Ralph P. Lathrop, 

Gilbert Robertson, Jr., 

George L. Clark 

D. H, Stnnton, 




Pouchkeepsie 

CaUklll. ....... 




Albany 




Plattsburgh,! !!!!!!! 


John T. Masters, 

William W, Rockwell,.. 

Erasmus D. Brook? 

Allen C. Churchill 

Samuel K. Miller 

Jean R. Stehbins, 

Levi Blakeslee 

Deloa W. Cameron 




S. Pulver Heath ) 

David L. Follett 

Dexter Wilder 


Amsterdam 

Norwich 






Rome, 

OiwegOt .... 




WiUlam H.Wheeler,.,, 













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Assessors and Collectors of Internal Revenue — Continued. 



R. Holland Duell,. 
Oinon Archer, .... 

Orrin I). Lake 

IleniyR. Wells. .. 
Chester S. Cole.... 
Kdmundl;. Pitts... 
.lames II. Loomis,. 
Michael Wiedrich, 

C. P. Vcdder 

Spencer Khby 



I^orth Carolina. 

Hiram E. Stiller, 

Thomas Powers, 

Octavius H, Blocker,... 

Willie I). Jones 

Franklin M'heeler. 

William F. Henderson, 
Jacob W. Bowman, 



Ohio. 

2I Lewis Weitzel, .... 

George B. Johnson,... 
Horace Coleman, ..... 
James S. Robinson,... 

Carr B. White, 

Henry W. Smith 

Isaac Gass 

James Lewis 

Georije K. Welles 

EliasNigh 

Wells S. Jones, , 

William R. Sapp, , 

Willard Slocum 

George M. Woodbridge 

John Sargent, 

Anson G. McCook 

Nelson B.. Sherwin,..., 
Charles A. Harrington 

Oreffon, 
Tliomas Frazer 



Address. 



Collectors. 



Pennsylvania. 
^1 WUliam B. Elliott, . , 

4^ Charles B.Barrett,., 

James Ashworth, 

Edward Ruhe, 

William E. Barber 

Joseph T. Valentine,... 

Jonii P. Rea 

David M. Karmany, ... 
William H. Thompson, 

Albert Chamberlin, 

.Samuel Knorr, 

B. F. Wajtenseller,....; 
David F. Williams, . . . . 

Edward Scull 

J. Sewall Stewart, '. 

John R. Bowen 

Daniel LivlnRston, 

Jolm A. Carnes 

Jo,<!cph R. Smith 

Russell Errett 

Daniel K. Nevin, 

James B. Ruple, 

Rliode Mand. 

Thomas G. Turner, 

WilUam A. Pirce 

South Carolina. 
Charles H. Pettinirill,.. 

Charles J. Hascail 

Cyrus U. Baldwin, 



Syracuse, | Henry L. Duguid, 

Palmyra 

Mount Morris, 

Owejfo, ». 

Coming, 

Medina, 

Attica, 

Buffalo, 

Ellicoftville,... 
New York 



Washington 

New Berne, 

Fayetteville, 

Raleigh 

Greensborough. 

Salisbury, 

Bakersville, 



Cincinnati, 



Lebanon 

Troy, 

Kenton, 

Georgetown 

London, 

Mansfield, 

Bucyrus, 

Toledo, 

Ironton, 

Waverly 

Mount Vernon, ... 

Ashland, 

Marietta 

New Philadelphia, 

Steuben ville, 

Cleveland, t... 

Warren, 



Portland, 



Archibald M. Green, 

Farley Holmes 

Francis M. Kind 

Anson Conerdon 

Francis 8. Itew, 

Henry F. Tari»ox 

George W. Kibbe, ... 
Rodney IL C'rowky... 
WlUaid BulJard,... 



Pblladelpbia, . 

Philadelplila, . 

Frankford , 

Allentown. 

Westchester... 

Reading 

Lanca.ster, 

Lebanon, 

Easton 

Montrose 

Bloomsbufch. .. 
Selin's Grove,., 

York 

Somerset 

Huntingdon. ... 
Wellsborough, , 
Curwlnsville.... 

Greenville, 

Indiana 

Pittsburgh, 

Allegheny City, 
Washington,. .. 



Providence, ... 
Johnston, 

Cheraw 

Charleston, .... 
Columbia, 



William Barrow,,. 
George P. Peck,... 
W. B. Richardson, 
Isaac J. Young, ... 

C. S. Winsted 

Samuel H. Wiley. 
Pinkney Rollins, .. 



Richard B. Pullau... 

Robert Williams, Jr., 
William AV. Wilson,. 
Thomas E. Grisell... 

James Pursell, 

Charles C, Walcntt,. 

A. E.Lee 

George J. Anderson, 
Joseph R. Swigart,.. 
Benjamin F. Coates, 
Samuel II. Hurst. ... 
Albert A. Guthrie... 

Lucas Flattery 

Joseph L. Kissinger, 
Gordon C. Lofland, . 

Jesse Duck, 

Peter Rose, 

Henry Fassett, 



Wilson Bowlbji, 



John B. Kennoy 

Horatio G. Sickel, 

Mahlon Yardley, 

John R. Brietenbach,.. 

William C. Gray, 

William M. Baird, 

Henry E. Mnhlenburg,. 

Simon J. Stine 

Owen A. Luckenbach,. 

Henry M. Hoyt. 

George Dc La Montanye 

Charles J. Brurter, 

Joseph W. Patton 

Charles W. Ashcom, .. 

Samuel J. Royer, 

George Bubb 

Henry C. Rogers, 

Philander R. Grav 

William H. .Markle 

Thomas W. Davis, 

John M. Sullivan 

Charles M. Merrick,.... 



Address. 



William Ames 

William D. Bra>lon 

Robert J. Ponal(lsf>n,., 
William \\. Cloutman,., 
Robert M. Wallace,..., 



Syracuse. 

Port Byron. 

Penn Yan. 

Ithaca. 

Elmlra. 

Rochester. 

Batavia. 

Buffalo. 

Randolph. 

New York. 



Jackson. 

Goldsborongh. 

Fayetteville. 

Raleigh. 

Greensborough 

Salisbury. 

MaishaH. 



Cincinnati. 

Dayton. 

Urban a. 

Unper Saiuluskv. 

Washington 0. H 

Columbus. 

Delaware. 

Sandusky. 

Toledo. 

Portsmoiilli. 

Chillicothe. 

Zanesville. 

Wooster. 

Athens. 

Cambridge. 

Salem, 

Cleveland. 

Ashtabula. 



Portland. 



Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia 

Doylestown. 

Norristown. 

Westchester. 

Reading. 

Lancaster. 

Lebanon. 

Bethlehem. 

Wilkesbarre. 

Towanda. 

Sunbuiy, 

Carlisle. 

Hopewell. 

Johnstown. 

Williamaijort. 

Erie. 

Franklin. 

Greensburgh. 

Pittsburgh. 

Allegheny City. 

New Brighton. 

Providence. 
Warwick. 



Oro. 

ChnrlestK 
Columbia. 



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Assessors and Collectors of Internal Revenue— 


Continued. 


3 


Assessors. 


Address. 


CoUectow. 


! Address. 


1 


J.imps 0' Urien 


Oreenville. 

i KmoxtIUc 

McMinnrllle 

MorfreeslMjrough... 

NaahTille 

' Columbia 

Huiitlnirton. 


- 
James A. Oalbralth,... 

Joseph A. Cooper 

Peter A. Wilkinson. ... 

James Mullins, 

D;«niel W. P.abodr.... 

FieldinR Hmxt 

Franklin TravJR 

Robert F. PaUeuon..., 

John S. C;imp,... 

Lewis G. Brown. 

Phillip Brauhach 

Samuel L. Karle 

OTander J.^'Hoillstcr,.. 


Greenville 


2... 
8... 
4... 

5, 


(JeoiRe W. Kos-s, 

Tliomas Waters. 

Samuel Hrown, Jr., .... 
D. W. ClilTo,.... 


1 Knoxvilie. 

Nashville 


«... 

7 


i-imes .M. Dickerson,,.. 
A. W Ihiwklns. 


Colunibia. 


h" 


Adftmson U. Ne^kirk... 
Texok. 

Anifier M. llobbj 

Joseph A. Henderson, . 

William B. Moore 

II. C. Hunt, 


Memphis, 


Memphis. 

Galveston. 
Corpus Chriatl. 
San Antonio. 
Marshall 


2',!! 

3... 
i 




Indianola. 

Austin, • 


Tyler, 




UUth. 

John P. Ta(j;,'art 

Vermont. 
wniUm S. SouthTTorlh. 

John C. Stearns 

Philip K. Gleed, 


Salt Lake CHy 


Salt Lake City. 

Mlddkbury. 
St. .lohnnbury. 
Builington, 

ll.-impton. 


^"' 


Bradford 


Charles S. Dana, 

Anson J. Crane, .... 

Charle» A.Tlaymond,,. 


^ 


Morrisville 


1 


Virginia. 
W. W, Douulas. 


1 


Henry M. llowden 

Edwin H.Smith 


Norfolk,' 


s 








4,.. 
5 


David B. White 

William L. Fernold 

A. M. Crane, 


Manchester 

Lynchburft, .... 


W. M.H. Stowell, 

George S. Smith, 

Beverly B. Botts, 

Edward K White 


Manchester. 
Lynchburgh, 
llarrisonburgh. 
AlpYundri^i. 


6 


St^Unt0ll, 


v. 


Joaiah Millard 


Alexandria, 

Marion, 


GeorKe D. Smith, 

Wanhingfon. 

James R. Hayden 

Weiii Viroinia. 

W, T. SiDsleton, 

JohnC. Wagner, 

0. W. .Mather, 


George W. Henderlite,. 

Ilasard Stevens, 

Benjamin F. Kelly 

George W. Brown 

Joseph Shields, 

George Q. Ertikine, 

Henry M. Lewis, 

Benj. M. Coatea, 

John J. Williams 

Albert K..Osbor.n, 

Ulram E Kelly 


Marion. 




O'ympla, 


Olympia. 
Wheeling. 


1 


Wheeling 


2... 
1 


Morjrantown, 

Cabell C H , . 


Grafton. 
Kanawha C H. 


1 


Wisconnin. 
Georse ». Groodwin, ... 

Henry Hamden, 

Smiths. Wilkinson 

Orrin llatcn 

Jacobs. Bush 

Lute A. Taylor, 






3... 
3... 
4... 

i> 


Madison 

Prairie du Sac 

Oakfield Center 

Wautoma,. . 


Madison. 
Boscobel. 
Beaver Dam. 
New London. 


A, . 


La Crosee, 

CbeyenDe City, 


Sparta. 
Cheyenne City. 




Wyoming. 
Edgar P. Snow 


Thomns Harlan, 









WAR DEPARTMENT 

Has charj?e of business growing out of mllitarv affairs, keeps the records of the army, 
issues commlssious, directs the movement of troops, superintends their payment, stores, 
clothing, arms and equipments and ordnance, constructs fortittcatloas, and conducts 
works of military engineering. 

Department Officers. 



Offiee- 


Names 
of incumbents. 


Rank. 


Entry into 
service. 


From. 


Serretarv of War 


Wm. G. Belknap,.... 
John Potts 






Iowa. 


Chief Clerk 


D. C 




Edmund iSchriver, ... 
Joseph Holt, 


Br. .Aijvj.-G.. 

Colonel..... 

Br. Maj.-O.. 

do 

t 


.July 1, i833 
Sept. 3,1862 

JuVy"lVi83(i 

July 1,1826 

Jnlv 1.1. 1840 


N. Y. 


JudKe-AdvocateGencral, 


D. C. 


AdjutantG eneral 

(iuartermaster-Gcncral 

Commissary-Genc-ral, 


K. D. Townsend, 

AL C. Meigs 

Amos B. Katon 


Pa-'"* 
N. T. 
Pa. 


Paymaster- General, 


B. W. Brice. 1 do i July 1,1829 

A. A. Humphreys, ...' do j July L 1831 
Alex. B. Dyer, -do t Jnlv l. iffi? 


o^'i?. 


Chief of Ordnance.. 


Mo: 


Chief Signal OCScer,.. 


A. J. Myer, 


do 1 Sept. 18, 1854 
Brlg.-Genl,.; Dec. 21, 1>S64 


N. Y. 


Comm'r of Refugees and Freedmen. 


O.O.Howard 


Me/ 



24 



EVKXING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871, 



General Officers of Regular Army 



Name and rank. 


Entry Into 
serylce. 


•a 

li 

•< 


Name and rank. 


Entry Into 
servic*. 


-< 


General. 


July 1, 1840 
July 1, 1853 


Ohio. 
Ohio. 


Briaadier-GeneraU. 


July 1, IKW 


rtl.ln 


Lievtenant-General. 


Philip 9t. G. Cooke 


July 1. 1827 Va. 
July 1, 1^2 ! m 


Philip H, Sheridan 

Sfnjor-OeneraU. 

H^nry \V. Halleck 

Qeoree G. Meade 

Wlnfleld S. Hancock 

John M. Schofield 


Oliver 0. Howard 

Alfred H Terrr 


July 1. 1854 
Jan.15, 1««5 
July 1, 1839 
July 1, 1839 
July 1, 1*13 


Conn 


July 1. 1839 
July 1,1»3.5 
July 1, 1844 
July 1, 1837 


g"c. 

£5. 


Edward 0. C. Ord, 

Edward R. S. Canby 

Christopher C. Augur,.. 


Md. 

g'v. 









NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Has charge of the Naval E.stablishment and all business connected tUer«with. issues 
Naval Commissions, instructions and orders, supervises the enlistment and dibchar^e of 
seamen, the Marine Corps, the construction of Navy Yards and Docks, the construction 
and equipment of Ve.ssels, the purchiuse of provinious, storts, clothing aud ordnance, tho 
conduct of surveys and hydrographical operations. 

Department Officers. 



Office. 



Secretary of the Navy 

Chief Clerk 

Bureau of Yards and Docks, Chief, 

Chief Clerk, 

Civil Engineer 

Bureau of Navigation, Chief.- 

Chief Clerk 

Bureau of Ordnance, Chief, 

Chief Clerk, 

Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, Chief. 

CTiief Clerk 

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Chief, 

Assistant Chief,... 

Bureau of Construction and Bepairs, Chief. 

Chief Clerk,... 

Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting, Chief, 

Chief Clerk.- 

Bureau of Steam Engineering, Chief. 

Chief Clerk 

Superintendent of Naval Observatory, 

Hydrographic Office 

Commanoer of Navy Yard 

Commandant of Marine Corps, 



Names of Incumbents. 



Georgp M. Robeson, 

Holmer E. Offley, 

Capt. Daniel Ammen, 

Augustus E. Merritt, 

Wm. P. S. Sanger, 

Com. James Alden, 

Benjamin F. Greene, 

Com. A. L. Ca.se 

John D. Brandt, 

Paymaster Edw. T. Duun, 

Thomas Fillebrown 

Surgeon W. M. Wood, 

Surgeon R. C. Dean, 

Nav. Cons. John Leilthal, 
Hugh A. Goldsborough,... 

Com. Wni. Rej'nolds, 

S. Henriques 

ChiefEng'r J. W.King.... 

W. H. Smith 

Com. Benjamin F. Sands, 

Capt. R, H. Wyraan 

R.-Ad. L.M.Ooldsborough 
Brig.-Gen. Jacob Zellln. 



State 
firom. 



N. J. 
D. C. 
Pa. 
Conn. 
Mass. 
D. C. 
N. H. 
N. Y. 
S. C. 
D. C. 
Me. 
Md. 
N.J. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
Pa. 

Sweden. 
Pa. 
Wis. 
D V,. 
N. H. 
D. C. 



Officers of the Navy. 



Name and rank. 



AdmiraL 
David D. Porter,.. 



Vice-Admiral. 
Stephen C. Rowan,... 

Rear- Admirals. 

ACTIVE LIST. 

L. M. Goldsborough, 

Charles H. Davis 

Sylvanus W. Qodon,- 



Btate 
from. 



Pa.-.. 
Ohio. 



Md. .. 
Mass. 
Pa 



Original entry 
into the 
service. 



Feb. 2, 1829 
Feb. 1, 1826 



June 18, 1812 
Aug. 12, 1823 
March 1, 1819 



Name and rank. 



State 
ftom. 



William Radford, ! 

Joseph Lanman ' 

John Rodgers ! 

John A. Winslow,... 

Samuel Philips Lee,' 

' Olivers. Gli-sson, 

i Melancton Smith, ... 

Charles S. Boggs 

Henry Wnlke ' 

Thorn. A. Jenkins,..' 



Mo. .. 
Conn. 
Md. .. 
Mass. 
Va. .. 
Md. .. 
N. Y.. 
N. J.. 
Ohio. 
Mass. 



Original entry 
Into the 
service. 



March 1, Wl^ 
Jan. 21. 1825 
April 18, 1828 
Feb. 1, 1827 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



17, I8«2 
17, 18«2 
17. 1862 
17, 1862 
17,1862 
17,1862 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 
Officers of the Navy — Continacd. 



35- 



Name and rank. 



Active Lixt, Cbmmo- 

doreg. 
\Vm. Rogers Taj'lor, 
Benjamin F. SandB,„ 
Charles .Stpedman, ... 

James Alden 

Alfred Taylor 

Theodore P. Greene, 

Joseph F. «re€n._ 

Augu.stas L. Case, 

Alex'r M. Pennock,.. 

John L. Worden „ 

Geo. F. Emmons, 

Edward Mlddleton,.... 



State, 
from 



K. I. 
Ky.,. 
S. C, 
Me., 
Va... 



Me.,.. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N.' Y. 
Vt., .. 
Cal.,.. 



Original entry 
Into the 



July 17, ISiTl 
July 17, 1862 
July 17, mi2 
July 17, 1«82 
Jan. 1, 1825 
Nov. 1, 1826 
Nov. 1, 1827 
April 1, 1828 
April 1, 1828 
Jan. 10, 18.34 
April 1, 1828 
July 1, 1828 



I Name and rank. 



Gustavus H. Scott 
David McDougal,. 

John J. Almy, 

Jame.s H. Strong,. 
James M. Frallev, 
Knoch G. Parrott, 

Wm. lleynolds, 

Fabiu.s StanU'v 

Wm. H. Macomb, 

Wm. E. LeRoy , 

J. R. M. Mullany, 
Roger N. Stembel, 
C. R. P. Rodgers. .. 



State 
from 



Ind.,.. 
CaL.... 
N. Y., 
N. Y., 

Pa 

N. H. 
Pa.,... 

Cal 

N. J.,.. 
N. Y., 
N. Y., 
Ohio,.. 
N.J.,.. 



Original entry' 
into the 
service. 



August 1, 
Sept. 1, 
Feb, 2, 
Feb. 2, 
May 1, 
Dec. 1«, 
Nov. 17, 
Dec. 20, 
April 10, 
Jan. 11, 
Jan. 7, 
Mar. 27, 
Oct. 5. 



1838 
18<i3 
1828 
1828 
1828 

I8:n 

IH.'Jl 

18.31 
18»4 
1832 
1832 
18.32 
18:i3 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Has charge of the survey, management, sales and grants of Public Lands, the e.\amina- 
tion of Pension and Bounty Land claims, the management of Indian afTairs. the exami- 
nation of Inventions and award of Patents, the collection of statistics, the dLstributlon 
Pwi^^^/i ^^*^».^«' ^f.'^- *^e taking of Censuses, the management of OoVernment minee^ 
tke erection oi Public Buildings, and the construction of wagou roads to the Pacific. 

Department Officers. 



Office. 


Names of Incumbents. 


State from. 


Secretary of the Interior, 


Columbus Delano 


Ohio 


A.ssistant Secretary 




Indiana. 
Ohio. 
Illinois. 
Michigan. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
Ohio. 
Massachusetts. 


Chief Clerk _.. 




Land Office, Commissioner, 

Chief Clerk 


Willis S. Druminond.!"!!! 
M. E N Howell 


Recorder, 


Julius N Granger 


Pension Office, Commis-sioner 


Henry Van Aeruani. !.!!" 
C. S. Trevitt 


Chief aerk 


Patent Office, Commissioner 


Mortimer D. Leggett.' 


Chief Clerk 


Examlner-in-Chlef. 


S. H Hodges 


do do 


S. C. Fessenden 


Maine 


^ do do . 


R. L. B. Clarke, '.".'.'.'. 

Ely S, Parker 


Iowa. 
New York 


Indian Afl&iirs, Commissioner....... 


Chief Clerk 


Wm. F. Cadv 


Indiana. 

Ma-ssachusetts. 

Ohio. 


Census Office, Superintendent, 


Francis A Waiker 


Chief Clerk. " 


George D. Harrington",."" 





POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Ha.s charge of the Postal System, the establishment and discontinuance of Po3t-Office.s. 
appointment of Postma-sters, the contracts for carrying the mails, the Dead Letter Office 
maintains an mspection to prevent frauds, mail depredations, etc. 

Department Officers. 



Office. 


Names of Incumbents. 


State from. 


Postmaster-General, 

Chief Clerk 


John A, J. Creswell, 


Maryland. 
N. Hampshire. 
Maryland. 
Maryland. 
Illinois 


Appointment Office, First A.s.sT."prM"."Gen"i! 


James W. Marshall"!!!." 


Chief Clerk, 


James H. Marr 


Contract Office, Second Asst. P. M. General... 


George A. Smith, _ 


Chief Clerk ', 


John L French 


Ohio. 
Indiana 


Finance Office, Third .^V-sst. P. M, General 

Chief Clerk, 


Wm, H, H. Terriil._'.! 


Wm. M. Ireland 

Joseph H Blackfan, 

Cha.s. F. Macdonald, 

Charles Lyman 


Pennslvania. 
New Jersey. 
Massachusetts. 
Vermont. 
Illinois. 
New York 


Superintendent of Foreign Mails 


Superintendent of Money-Order Sv.stem 

Superintendent of Dead Letter Office 


Superintendent of Railway Mail Servkje 

Asst. Supt. for New York and New England, 


George B, Armstrong!!!!!!! 
Roswell Hart, 7,! 


Topographer, 


W, F. Nicholson, _ ., 


DIst. Columbia 



se 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. 



The Attoruev-Gencral. who is the head of this department, Is the legal adviser of the 
President and heads of departments, c.xaniiues titles, applications for pardons and Judictkl 
and legal appointments, conducts and argues suits in which Ciovernment Is concerned, etc. 



Department Officers, 



Office. 



Attorney-General 

AaslBtant Attorney-General,, 
do do 

Solicitor-Oeneral, 

Chief Clerk, ., 



Names of Incumbents. 



Amos T. Akerman. 

Clement H.Hill 

Thomas H. Talbot,. 

B. H. Bristow 

J. H, Saville, 



Btate from. 



Georgia. 
Massachusetts. 
Maine. 
Kentucky. 
Dist, Columbia. 



THE JUDICIARY. 
Supreme Com't of the United States. , 

ADDointed. Ages. Salary. 

1862... Salmon P. Chasb, Ohio, Chief Jmjire 63 |6,500 

1815... Samuel Nki,son, Cooiierstown, IS. \ ., Associate Justice ^8 6.000 

1858... Nathan Clifford, Portland, Maine, do 67 5' 552 

1802... Noah H. Swayne, Columbus, Ohio, do 61 6,000 

1862... David Davib, Bloomington, Illinois, do 56 6,000 

1862... Samuel F. Miller, Keokuk, Iowa., do 55 6,000 

1863... Stephen J. Field, California. do 54 6,000 

1870... John V. P. Bradley, New Jersey, do 58 6,000 

1870... "NViLLiAM Strong, Pennsylvania, do 62 ........ 6,000 

The Court holds one general term, annually, at Washington, D. C, commencing on the 

first Monday in December. ,„, ^. . ^ , 
D. "Wesley Middlkton, of Washington. Clerk. 
John M. Wallace, of Pennsylvania, Eeporter. 
Richard C. Parsons, of Ohio, Marshal. 

Circuit Judges of the United States. 

First Circuit— (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and 
Connecticut) — Gkorge F. Shepley, of Portland. Maine. 

Second Circuit- (New York) - Lewis B. WofinRUFF, of ^ ew ^ ork city. , . ^ ^^ 

Ihird OrcTzi7 — (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia) — Wiir 
liam McKknnan, of Pennsylvania. _ , .„. .^ .. .. 

Fourth Orcut7— (North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama and 
Tennessee) — HcohL. Bond, of Maryland. . „, x, „r 

Fifth Circu« — (Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas)— TV illiam B. AV oodb, of 

.^.r^A Or<-w« — (Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and West Virginia) — Halmar H. Emmons, 
^'i^wn'^^A Ci?cu«-*(Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin) -Thomas Drummond, of Chicago, 

jFfp/i/A2)f«<rfc< -(Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska) — John F. Dillon, 
of Dubuque, Iowa. „ „ ^ 

Ninth, ttrcwa— (California, Oregon and Nevada) — Lorenzo Sawyer, of San Fran- 
cisco, California. «. , ^ 

District Courts. 



Alabama, N. D 

S. D 

Arkansas, W. D., 

E. D 

California, 

Connecticut, 

Delaware 

Florida, N. D 

8. D 

Georgia 

Illinois, N. D.,_ 

8. D., „ 

Indiana,..- 

Iowa 

Kansas, 

Kentucky,. 

Louisiana, 

Maine, 

Maryland, 



Judges. 



Attorneys. 



Richard Busteed, 

Richard Busteed, 

Henry C. Caldwell,... 
Henry C Caldwell,.. 

Ocdeii Hoffman 

Wm, D. Sbipman,...., 

WillardHall 

Philip Frazer 

John M. McKinnoy,. 

.John Erskine 

Henrv W. Blod>,'elt,. 
Samuel H. Treat. Jr. 
Walter Q. Gresham,. 

James M.Love 

Mark W. Delahay, .. 

Bland Ballard 

Edward H. Durell, .. 

Edward Fox,, 

Wm. F. Giles 



John P. Southworth 
John P. Southworth 
Jas. H. Huckleberry 

Wm. G. Whipple 

L. D. Latimer 

Calvin G. Child 

Anthony Hipglns 

Horatio Bisbee, Jr... 
Claiborne R. Mobley 

John D. Pope 

Joseph O. Glover, .... 

Blulord Wilson 

Tiiomas M. Browne,. 

Wm. F. Sapp 

Albert H. llorton,.... 

O. C. Wharton, 

J. R. Beckwith 

Nathan Webb 

Archibald Sterling,.. 



Marshals. 



John A. Minnlss. 
R. W. Healey, 
M'lUlam A, Brltton. 
R. F. Cetterson. 
Wm. G, Morris. 
Peter R. Carll. 
John M. Dunn. 
Geo. E. Wentworth. 
Geo. D.Allen. 
Wm. H. Smvthe. 
Benj. H. Campbell. 
John S. Routt. 
BenJ. J. Spooncr. 
Geo. W. Clark. 
D. W. Honston. 
Ell H. Murray. 
Stephen B. Packard. 
Sebastian S. Marble. 
Ed. G. Oold.sborough. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



S7 



District Courts— Continued. 



MaMachusetts 

Michigan, E. D 

W. D 

Miiineflota 

Mississippi, N. D., .. 
8. D...... 

Missouri, E. D 

W. D 

Nebraslca 

Nevada, 

New HampKhire,.... 

New Jersey,- 

New Yorlc, N. D.,.. 
H. D..„.. 
E.D.,-.. 

North Carolina, 

Ohio, 8. D 

N. D., „ 

Orearon 

Pennsylvania, E. D 
W.D 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee, K. D...... 

M. D 

W. D 

Texas, E. D., 

W. D 

Vermont, _ 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin, E. D 

W. D 



TEHH1TOBIK8. 

Arizona,- 

Colorado, 

Dakota 

Idaho 

Montana 

New Mexico, 

Utah 

"U'asbington, ..„ 

Wyoming _. 

Dist. of Columbia,.., 



Judges. 



John Lowell 

John M. Longrj'ear,.. 

8, L,. Wlthey 

R. R. Nelson 

Robert A. Hill 

Robert A. Hill, 

Samuel Treat 

Arnold KrekeJ 

Elmer 8. Dundy 

Edgar W. Hillyer,.... 

Daniel Clarke, 

John T. Nixon, 

Nathan K. Hall, 

Samuel Blatchford... 
Charles L. Benedict,. 
George W. Brooks,.. 
Humph. H. Leavitt.. 
Charles T. Sherman 
Matthew P. Deady,.. 
John Cadwallader, .. 
Wilson McCandless,„ 
John P. Knowles, .. 

George 8. Bryan 

Conally F. Trigg, .... 
Conally F. Trigg,.... 

Conally F. Trigg 

JoelC. C. Winch 

T. H. Duval, 

D. A. Smalley, 

John C. Under\vood 

John J. Jack.son 

Andrew G. Miller,... 
James G. Hopkins,. 



John Titus 

Moses Hallett, 

George W. French,.. 

David Noggle, 

Henry I^. Warren, 

Joseph G. Palin, 

James B. McKean,.. 

Owen Jacobs, 

John H. Howe 

David K. Cartter, 

Wm. Humphrej's. 
Abram B. Olin. 
Andrew Wvlie. 
Arthur McArthur. 



Attornej-B. 



David H. Mason 

Aaron B. Mavnard, . 

John H. Standlsh 

Cu.shnian K. Davis,.. 

G. Wiley AVellN, 

E. Philip Jacobson,... 

Chester H. Krum, 

Wm. Warner, 

S. A. Strickland, 

James Seelv 

Henry C. Rolfe, 

A. Q, Kea.sby 

Wm. Dorsheimer,.... 

Noah Davis, 

BenJ. F. Tracy, 

Darius H. 8tar»)uck,. 
Warner M. Batenian 

George Willey 

John C. Cartwrlght,.. 

Aubrey H.SmitTi 

Henrj' B. Swoope,.... 

Wingate Haves, 

D. F. Corbin, 

Eldad (!. Camp 

R. McPhail Smith, .. 

H. E. Hudson 

Henry C. Hicks 

Wm. Alexander, 

BcnJ. F. FiHeld 

Henry H. Wells 

Nathan Goff, Jr., 

Geo. W. Hazleton, 

Chas. M. Webb, 



C. W. C. Rowell 

Louis C. Rockwell, . 

Warren Cowles , 

Joseph W. Huston,. 

Henry N. Blake 

S. M. Ashinfelter,.... 

C. H. Hemsted, 

J^eander Holmes 

Joseph M. Carey,.... 
George P. Fisher,...., 



Marshals. 



Geo. L. Andrews. 
Joseph R. Bennett. 
James Henry. 
Augustus Armstrong. 
G. Shaughnessy. 
Elijah A. Peyton. 
C. A. Newcomta. ' 

George Smitli, • ' 

Joseph T. Hoylft. 
Geo. I. Lammou. 
J. N. Patterson. 
Samuel Plommer. 
Isaac F. Quinby. 
Gfeorge H. Sharpe 
Francis K Dallon. 
8<\muel T. Carrow. 
And'w Hickenlooper. 
Rus.sell Ha.sting8. 
Thomas G. Young. 
E<igar JI. Gregory. 
Alex'r Murdock. 
Robert Sherman. 
Lewis E. John.son. 
S. P. Evans. 
Thomas J. Harrison. 
L. B. Eaton. 
William E. Parker. 
Thomas F. Purnell. 
George P. Foster. 
David B. Parker. 
Hedgeman HIaclc. 
Charles T.Haniilt.):i 



Edward Phelps. 
M. A. Shaffenburgh. 
L. H. Litchtteld. 
Henrj- W. Moulton. 
Wm. F. Wheeler. 
John Pratt. 
Joseph M. Orr. 
Edward 8. Kearney, 
Cliurch Howe. 
Alexander Sharpe. 



Circuit Court of the United States for the Second Circuit. 

Judges —Samuel Nklson, Lewis B. WooDBurF, Nathax K. Hali^ 

Tkhms — jN>u' York: Northern District, Albany, 2d Tuesday in October; Canandaigua. 
Sjd Tuesday in June: al.so adjourned term for civil business only, at Albany, .3d Tuesduv 
In January, and at Utica, 3d Tuesday in March. Augustus A. Boyce, Clerk, N. D.; office, 
Utlca, 

New York: Southern District. New York, last Monday in Februarv, lr,t Mondav in 
April, and 3d Monday in October. Kenneth G. White, Clerk, S. D.; office. New York. 

Neip Ywk: Eastern District. Brooklyn, 1st Wednesday in each month. Charles W. 
Newton, Clerk, E, D.; office, Brooklyn. Cbmmissioners : Charle.s W. Newton, Samuel T. 
Jones. 

Vrrinont: Wind.sor, -Ith Tue.sday in July; Rutland, October 3. 

COmmissionn-s : New York. Northern District, W. Frothingham. Amasa J. Pnrker, Jr.. 
Robert J. Hiltoh, Albany: Henrj- S. Dodd, Argyle; John B. Skinner, Attica; Charles L. 
Adams. Auburn; Dennis Bowen, George Forhara. Asher P. Nichols, O. H. Marshall. M. 
P. Fillmore, George J. Sicard, James O. Putnam. H. D. Fitzgerald. BufTalo ; H. U. .Soper, 
Batavia; Charles 8. Hall. Binghampton ; Augustus F. Barnes, Bath; Tho.s. M. Howell, 
Canandaigua ; Abraham Hees. Canajoharie ; A. T. Payne. Corning ; Leaiider S. Ketchum, 
Clyde; James Averill. Champlain ; Daniel T. Arbuckle, Delhi ; James L. Woods, Elmlra; 
R. W. Livingston, Elizabethtown ; George D. Duslnberre, Geneva; Abuer Uazletine, 
Jamestown; David R. Bacon, LeRoy ; John L. Buck, John T. Murrav, Lockport; Wm. 
D. Brennan, Malone; Lucias P. Clark, Morrisvillc; Henry Chalker. Nunda: Wm. N. 
Mason, Norwich, Chenango Co. ; Charles H. Piper, Niagara Falls ; Charles K Parker, 



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Owego; Alfred B. Gotty, Oswego; E. M. Holbrook, Louis Hasbrouck. Jr., Ogdensburgh : 
Charles O. Tappan, Potsdam ; Smith M. Weed, George M. Beck« ith, Plattsburgh ; James 
L. Clark, \Vm. C. Storrs. Rochester; B. Davis Noxon, Jr., "NVm. C. Ruger, Bj'racuse ; 
Josiah T. Miller. Seneca Falls; John A. Corey. .Saratogu bprintis : Samuel T. Benedict, 
Schenectady; Miles Beach, John T. Lamport, N. B. Sylvester, Troy ; A. A. Boyce,Utica; 
Laban H. Alasworth, Watertowu. 

District Court of the United States. 

New York: Northern District, Nathan K. Hall, Judge. BuCRalo. salary, $3,500; Wil- 
liam Dorsheimer, Attorney, BnlTalo ; George J. Secard and Joseph E. Ewell, Assistant 
Di-strict Attorneys, BuffiUo; M. P. Fillmore, Clerk. BuflTalo: Isaac F. Quinby, Marshal, 
Rochester. Deputy Marshals: Arch. Young, Jas. Young, Nicholas Leonard, Albany; 
Winslow M. Thomas, Auburn ; L<'\-i H, Williams. Beuj. Toles. Buffalo ; Reuben 8. Lusk, 
Batavla ; Geo. W. Breck. Bath ; Mose« E. Conklin, Binghamton ; Peter F. Daw, Cohoes ; 
JoabStatford, Canajoharie; William Hildreth, Canandaigua; James C. Pomeroy, Cort- 
land, Chas. M Bruce, Cuba; David A. Kimball, Canastota : Jonathan S. Watrous, Cort- 
landville; James Smith, Delhi; Edwin W. Howell. Wm. D. Covell, Elmira; Henry A. 
Wood, Fonda; E. A. Clendorf, Fly Creek; Henry H. Howe, Ithaca; Daniel G. Tucker, 
Walter MuUett, Lockport; Sumner L. Hazen, Malone; Stephen Reid, Oswego; Wm. H. 
Corey, Owego ; Ephraim W. Benedict, John A. Fergason, Ogdensburgh ; ^V arren Dow, 
Plattabargh; Elisha J. Keeuev, John 9. Scott, S, v. R. Brayton, Rochester; Nelson 
Randall, Ripley; D. M. Olds, Peter Way, Syracuse; Norman S. May, Saratoga Sprinn; 
Alonzo Snyder, Springwater, Collins B. Doubleday, Sandy Hill; Martin Russell, John 
DeB. Smith Troy ; Jas. CL Donal.son, Utica ; Foster M. Ferrin. Watertown. Registers in 
Bankrvptcy : Alonzo B. Vooihees, Albany, 14th dist. ; Harvey J. King, Troy, 15; Samuel 
Amen, Keeaeville, 16; Beuj. G. Baldwin, Potsdam Junction, 17; Wm. A. Sackett, Sara- 
toga Springs, 18; Edwin Countrvman, CooperstoWn. 19; Mills A. Hackley. Belleville, 20; 
\y. H. Comstock, Utica ; 21 ; Andrew Z. McCarty, Pulaski, 22; Daniel F. Gott, Syracuse, 
2.1; Sterling G. Hadley, Waterloo, 24 ; Morris Brown, Penn Yan, 25; Hull Fanton, Ha- 
vana, 26; Harlo Hakes. Hornellsville, 27; John D. Husbands, Rochester, 28; Geo. W. 
Bowen, Lockport, 29; Jos. L. Fairchild, Buffalo, 30; Commodore P. Vedder, ElUcott- 
vllle, 31. 

Tkrms — Albany, 3d Tuesday in January ; Utica, 3d Tuesday in March : Rochester, 2d 
Tuesda y in May; Buffalo, 3d Tuesday in August , Auburn, 3d Tuesday in November. A 
special term by appointment at Oswego, Plattsburgh. or Watertown, and a special sea- 
sfon in Admiralty at the city of Buffalo on Tuesday of each week. 

New York: Southern DLstrlct, Samukl Blatchford, Judge, New Y'ork, salary, ^,000; 
Noah Davis, Attorney, New York ; George H. Sharpe, Marshal, New Y'ork ; George F, 
Betta, Clerk. 

Terms — New Y'ork, 1st Tuesday in each month. 

New York: Eastern District, Charles L. Benedict, Judge, Brooklyn, salary, ^,000; 
B. F. Tracy, Attorney, Brooklyn; Francis F. Dallon, Marshal, Brooklyn; Samuel T. 
Jones, Clerk. Brooklyn. 

Terms — Brooklyn, ist Wednesday in each month. 

Department of Agriculture. 



Office. 


Names of Incumbents. 


State flrom. 




Horace Capron 

R. T. McLain, 




Chief Clerk, 


Ohio. 


Chief of Correspondence, 


E. W. Whitaker, 


New York. 


Statistical Clerk 


J. R. Dodge 


Ohio. 


Entomologist, 


Townsend Glover, 

Thos. Antlaell, M. D 

Wm. Saunders 


Marj'land. 


Cliemlst 




Superintendent of Propagating Garden 


Pennsylvania. 



Government Printing-Ofiice. 



Oflace. 


Names of Incumbents. 


State from. 






New York. 


Chief Clerk 




New York. 









Department of Education. 



Office. 


Names of Incumbents. 


State from. 


Commissioner of Education, 


Henry Barnard Connecticut. 


Chief Clerk, 


Henry E. Rockwell, 


Connecticut. 







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.1 .^,f .1-. 



XLIst CONGRESa 



aad^h^even vSS^toIh^°H^««'f'r years' citizenship to qnalifyfor adraisHlon toth^SPnate, 
Ti ^i f 1 1 >**'^ /o "'^ Hou.se of Kepiv«entative«. An act approved Julv 26 18C« reaiiIrM 
the Legislature of each State which shall be chosen next pr^cedinrthe einlraU^ 
SHnutonul term, on the second Tuesday after its llrst meet ii^ to fleet a sucSLsor e^^ 
House noniluuting viva voce, and then convening in Joint Assemblv to como^ noml^ai 

agree, tnen balloting to continue Irom day to day at 12 m dnrlnir the spRsinn until ohniXI 

l^^..W * s^«^y of «^.000 per annum, and mileage at the rate of 20 cent^Der mile For 
t^?t^^-'^^^K^'''^i ^^^*'»'^ '^^«° <^*"«««i ^y sickness, %» per diem is deducted Vroin The 
Pre^sl-denr' Thrsoeak?r'o/7h;.fT^^ ^^?";^^ '^•^'^^'^^^ ^i^*' «'^™'' compensation as th'e^'ice 
u member. ^^^^ ''P^"'^^'^ "* the House ol Representatives receives double the salary of 

Jou?n J°'"k«*fD^«^°£^?„*^*^™'".®'^*'l** '^ "^' reeiUirr Session March 4. 1869. and ad- 
&af^i?on'rganDl?em'bl^.1^^^^^^ Decemler 2. 1869, and adjourned, 'it^ third 

SENATE - 74 MEMBERS. 

SCHUYLER COLFAX, of Indiana, Vice-President, ex officio. President of the Senate. 
GEORGE 0. GORHAM, of Callfernia, Secretary. 

Alabama. 

WILLARD WARNER (Rep.) Hia term 
expires March 4, 1871. 

GEORGE E. SPENCER (Rep.) His term 
expires March 4, 1873. '^ ^ ' 



Arkansas. 
T -^.f^A^^?^ Mcdonald (Rep.), of 

LjttieRock. His term expires March4. 1871 

BENJAMIN F. RlCEr(Rep^ His eri 

e.xpires March 4, 1873. "- *" ' ^ '" 

California. 

CORNELIUS COLE (Rep.), of Santa 
truz. He was elected In 18«J, to succeed 
James A. McDougall (Dem.) His term 
expires March 4, 18?8. ^ 

KUGENE CASSERLY (Dem.), of gftn 
FrancLsco, elected in 1868, to succeed John 
4*1875^^ ^Rep.) His term expires March 

Connecticut. 

9. Foster (Rep.) 
4,1873. 

\VILLIAM A. BUCKINGHAM (Rep ) 
of Hartford, elected In 1««8. to siicceeci 
James Dixon. "' 
1875. 



1806, to succeed L«fayette 
His term expires March 



His term expires March 4, 



Delaware. 

WILLIARD SAULSBURY (Dem.), of 

Georgetown. Sussex coantv. He was elected 

in 1850, to succeed Martin \V. Bates (Dem ) 

and wa.^ r<t-elected In 1865. His term ex- 

I plres March 4. 1871. 

THOMAS F. BAYARD (Dem.), of Wil- 
li ihgton. His term expires March 4, 187.5. 

Florida. 

THOMAS W.OSBORN (Rep.) HLs term 
expires March 4, 1873. 

ABIJAH GILBERT (Rep.), of St. Au- 
gustine, elected In 1888, to succeed A. J. 
welch (Rep.) His term expires March 4 



Georgia.* 

RICHARD H. WHITELEY (Rep.) His 
term expires March 4, 1871. 

HENRY P FARROW (Rep.) His term 
expires March 4, 1875. 

Illinois. 

RICHARD YATE3 (Rep.), of Jackson- 
ville. He was elected in 18C5, to succeed 
Wm. A. Richardson (Dem.) His term ex- 
pires March 4. 1871. 

LYMAN TRUMBULL(Rep.),of Chicago. 
He was elected in 1855, to succeed James 
Shields (Dem.), and was re-elected in 1861. 
and again in 1867. His term expires March 
4, 1873. 

Indiana 

OLIVER P. MORTON (Rep.), of Indian- 
apolis. He was elected January 22, 1867, by 
vote in the Senate of 28 to 19, and In the 
Houseof 60 to 33, for D.W.Voorhees (Dem ) 
to succeed Henry 8. Lane (Rep.) His term 
expires March 4, 1873. 

DANIEL D. PRATT 
elected in 1869, to succeed 
drlcks (Dem.) His term expires March 4, 

Iowa. 

JAMES B. HOWELL (Rep.) His term 
expires March 4. 1871. 

JAMES HARLAN (Rep.), of Mount 
Pleasant. He was elected In 18«fl, to succeed 
Samuel J. Kirkwood (Rep.) His term ex- 
pires March 4, 187:1 

Kansas. 

EDMUND G. Rass (Rep.), of Lawrence, 
appointed July l». 1866, to ttll the vacancy 
created by the dpath of James H. Lane, 
July 11, 1866, and elected by the Legislature 
January 23, 1867. His term expires March 

'SAMUEL C. POMEROY(Rep.>, of Atchi- 
son. He was elected on the admission of 
the State in 1861, and was re-elected bv the 
Legislature, January 23, 1867. His term 
expires March 4, 187:j. 



(Rep.), who w^as 
Thomas A. Hen- 



The Georgia Senators have not yet been admitted. 



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Kentucky. 

THOilAS C. McCREERY (Dem.), of 
DavieN countv. He was elected FeTmrary 
18. 180S, to till the vacancy occasioned by 
the resignation of James Guthrie (Dem.) 
Hln term expires March 4, 1871. He will be 
Bucce«ded by John W. Stevenson (Dem.), 
of Covington, elected December, 166a. 

GARRETT DAVIS (Dem.), of ParLs, 
Bourbon county. He was elected by the 
I,«Kisiature in ISfil, to succeed John C. 
Breckinridge, expelled, and was re-elected 
January 3U, 1867. His term expires March 
4, 1873. 

Louisiana. 

JOHN S. HARRIS (Rep.) His term 
expires March 4, 1871. 

WILLIAM PITT KELL061G (Rep.), of 
New Orleaas. Hia term expires March 4, 
1873. 

Maine. 

LOT M. MORRILL (Rep.), of Augasta. 
appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the 
decease of W. P. Fessendeu. His term will 
expire March 4, 1871. 

HANNIBAL HAMLIN(Rep.),of Hamp- 
den, elected in 1869 to succeed Lot M. Mor- 
rill (Rep.) His term expires March 4, 1875. 

Maryland. 

GEORGE VICKERS (Dem.) He was 
elected vice Thomas, refused the seat on 
the Kround of disloyalty. His term expires 
March 4, 1873. 

WILLIAM T. HAMILTON (Dem.). 
elected in 18C8 to succeed Wm. P. Wbyte 
(Dem.) His term expires March 4, 1875. 

Massachusetts. 

HENRY WILSON (Rep.), of Natick, 
Middlesex county. He was elected in 1854, 
to till the vacancy caused by the resignation 
of Edward Everett (Wbi^). and was re- 
elected ill 1859. and aguiu iu 1865. His term 
expires March 4. 1871. 

CHARLES SUMNER (Rep.), of Boston. 
He was elected by the LegLsIature iu 1861, 
to succeed Robert C. Wiuthrop (Whig), and 
has been reselected each term since. His 
term expires March 4, 187*. 

Michigan. 

JACOB M. HOWARD (Rep.), of Detroit. 
He was elected in 1862 to fill vacancy caused 
bv the decease of Kinsley 8. Bingham 
(kep.) He was elected to thfe ftill term In 
1865. His term expires March 4, 1871. 

ZACHARIAH CHANDLER (Rep.), of 
Detroit. He was elected by the Legislature 
in 185(t, to succeed LewLs Ca-ss (Dem.), and 
was re-elected In 1863 and ISUK. His term 
expires March 4, 1875. 

Minnesota. 

O. p. Stevens (Rep.) His term expires 
Msroh 4, 1871. 

ALEXANDER RAMSEY (Rep), of St. 
Paul. He was elected by the Legislature in 
1863 to succeed Uiiiry M. Rice (Dem.), and 
wft<» re-elected in 1S«!>. HLs term expires 
March 4, 1875. 

Mississippi. 

HIRAM R. REVELS (Rep.) His term 
expires March 4, 1871. 

ADELBERT AMES (Rep.) His term 
expires March 4, 1875. 



Missouri. 

D. J, JEWETT (Rep.), appointed to fill 
vacancy created by resignation of Chas. D. 
Drake, until a-succes-sor Is cho.sen by Lefia- 
lature. The ttrni will oxplre March 4. 1678. 

CARL SCHURZ (Rep.), of St. Louis. He 
was elected in 1869, to succeed John B. 
Henderson (Cons. Rep.) His term expires 
March 4, 1875. 

Nebraska. 
JOHN M. THAYER (^Rep.), of Browns- 
ville. His term expires March 4, 1871. 
THOMAS W. TIPl'ON (Rep.), of Omaha 



City, re-elected iu 1869. His term expires 
March 4, 1875. 

Nevada. 

JAMES W. NYE, (Rep.), of CarSon City. 
He was one of the first Senators, and was 
re-elected in 1867. His term expires March 
4, 1873. 

WILLIAM M. STEWART (Rep.), of 
Virginia City, re-elected in 1869. His term 
expires March 4, 1875. 

New Hampshire. 

AARON H. CRAGIN (Rep.), of Lebanon, 
elected in 1865, to succeed John P. Hale 
(Rep.) His term expires March 4, 1871. 

JAMES W. PATTERSON (Rep.), of 
Hanover. He was elected in 1866, to suc- 
ceed George G. Fogg (Rep.) His term ex- 
pires March 4, 1873. 

New Jersey. 

ALEXANDER G. CATTELL (Rej>.), of 
Merchantsville, Camden county. He was 
elected Tuesday, September 18, 1866, to till 
the seat made vacant by the unseating of 
Robert F. Stockton (Dem.), on the 27th of 
March, 1866, by a vote of 22 to 21. His term 
expires March 4, 1871. 

JOHN P. STOCKTON (Bern.), elected in 
1869. to succeed Frederick T. Freliughuysen 
(Rep.) His term expires March 4, 1875. 

New York. 

ROSCOE CONKLINO (Rep), of Utica. 
He was elected in 1867. to succeed Ira Harris, 
(Rep.) His term expires March 4. 1873. 

REUBEN E. FENTON (Rep), of James- 
town, Chautauqua count}'. Elected in 186*, 
to succeed Edwin D. Morgan (Rep.) His 
term expires March 4, 1875. 

North Carolina. 

JOSEPH C. ABBOTT (Rep.), of Wil- 
mington. His term expires March 4, 1871. 

JOHN POOL (Rep.) His term expires 
March 4, 1873. 

Ohio. 

JOHN SHERMAN (Rep.), of Mknsfield. 
He was elected in 1860, and re-elected in 186<i. 
His term expires M9.rcb 4, 18/8. 

ALLEN O.THURM AN (Dem.) Elected 
in 1869, to succeed BenJ. F. Wade (Rep.) 
HLs term expires March 4, 1875. 

Oregon. 

GEORGE H.WILLIAMS (Rep.), of Port- 
land. He was elected In 186.1. to succeed 
Benjamin F. Harding (Rep.) His term ex- 
plr»'s March 4. 1871. 

HENRY W. CORBETT (Rep.), of Port- 
land. He was elected in 1866, to Kucceed 
James W. Nesmith (Dem.) His term ex- 
pires March 4, 1873. 



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Pennsylvania. 



SIMON CAMERON (Rep.), of Harris- 
burfeh. He was elected In l»67, to snccee(l 
KtlKur CA)WRn (Cons, t'li.) His term px- 
ylrcH ^furc-h 4. 1873. 

.J^H^rSS^^^S^^^-^ KlecttHi ill ISO, to 
Hncceed Charles R. Buckulew (Dcm.) His 
term expfreit March 4. 1875. 

Rhode Island. 

WILLIAM 8PRAGUK (Rep.), of Provi- 
dence Re-elected in 18C8. Ilia term ex- 
pires Maich 4, 1875. 

HKNRY B. ANTHONY (Ren.), of Pi-ovi- 
dence. He was elected to the U. 8. Henate 
by the Legislature In 1858, to succeed Philip 
Alien (Dem.), and wa.<j re-elected in 18<x), 
His term expires March -I, 1871 . 

South Carohna. 

THOMAS J. ROBERTSON (Rep.), of 
Columbia. His term expires March 4, 1871. 

FREDERICK A. SAWYER (Rep,), of 
Charleston. HIk term expires March 4, 1873. 

Tennessee. 

JOSEPH S. FOWLER (Rep.), of Nash- 
ville. Hte term expires March 4, 1871. He 
will be succeeded by HENRY COOPER 
(Dem.), of Nashville, chosen October 22. 
18fi», by a vote of 53 to 51 for Andrew John- 
sou. 

WILLIAM a. BROWNLOW (Rep.), of 
Knoxville, chosen In 13G8. to succeed David 
^ Patterson (Dem.) His terra expires 

iUL&FCu 4f \o40m 

'..- ■.■'.<■'".'! -./■Texas. ' 



Vermont. 

JUSTIN R. MORRILL (Rep.), of StraA 
ford. Jle witi elected in l«c«, to succeed 
^« l*t ^o»*nd (Rep.) His term expires 
March 4. 1S7.J. 

(^EO F. EDMUNDS (Rep.), of Burling- 
ton who was re-eleeted In ItKW. His term 
expires Marcli 4, 1876. 

Virginia. 

^J^^'^,F■. f-Kwrs (Dem.). of Rocklng- 

i}\\r^^["J%'J^r''^y'^^^ March 4, 1871. 
.d?^^Si^X- J^^'W^TOI^ (I>em.):of Abing- 
don. His term expires March 4, 1875. 

West Virginia. 

WAITMAN T. WILLEY (Rep.), of Mor- 
gantown, JtdnongJilia county, Va. He wm 
elected by the re-yr},'iinized Legi^^Uture of 
Virginia in isfil. to wucceed James M. Ma- 
sou, and was re-electod l)y the Legislature 

?r ^^t'i^);^,^^'^^® '" 1^<- «'« tfr"' expires 
March 4, 1871, 

.n'S^T t^^ ^' ^0/^5^ AN (Rep.) Elected 
mi.f^' \ti ^^^'"^'^ i'r^Pr O- van Winkle 
(Rep.) His term expires March 4, 1875. 

Wisconsin. 

T^ JJ^?7^.L ?• HOWE (Rep.), of Green 
Bay. Elected to succeed Charles Durkee 
(Rep.), and re-elected In 1867. HU term ex- 
pires March 4. 1873. 

«r^P^,^^ S- <^ARPENTER (Rep), 
of Milwaukee. Elected in 1869, to succeed 
JflgiesR-DooIIttle. His term expires March 



Recapitulation. 

Republican Union m 

Democrats. ii 



74 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES- 244 MEMBERS. 

il^.^Jh BLAINE, of Maine, Speaker. 
EDWARD MCPHERSON, of Pennsylvania, Clerk. 



Alabama. 

The flRST DISTRICT consists of the 
^".°"^r^°^,^*^i'^'"• ^^'^''^' Conecuh. Cov- 
ington, Dallas, Escambia. Mobile, Monroe, 
Washington and Wilcox, and is rebresente(i 
by .\LfJlFD K buck (Rep.), of Mobile 
The SECXJND DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Barbour.Bullock, Butler Coffee 
Crenshaw, Dale. Geneva, Henry, Lowndes! 
MoutRomerv and Pike, and is represented 
by CHARLfcS W. BUCKLEY (Rep ), of 
Montgomery. f /• "* 

Tlie TIUHD DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Chambers.Claj-.Coosa. Ellmore 
^®S' M?f^*^"' I^'i'itlolph, Rus-sell. Taliadeea 
?£^..>^''*P°'"'^' ""'I is represented bv 
ROBERT S. HEFLIN (Rep.), of Opelika 
The FOURTH DISTRICT^ consists of t'he 
counties of Autauga. Baker, Bibb, Choctaw 
Fayette, Greene, Hale. Marengo, Perrv' 
Pickens. Sunford, Shelby, Sumter and Tns- 
wa'^v^Vt."'^ x"* represented by CHARLES 
HAYS (Rep.), of Eutaw, 

The FIF-f ri DLSTRICT consi.sts of the 
counties of Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburue I 
DeKalb, Etomah, Jackson, Madison, Mar- | 



sJiaU and St. Cljilr, and Is represented by 
PETER M. DOX (Dem.)^of ituntsv lie 

The SIXTH DI^TRl6¥ Is compose! of 
the counties of Blount, Colbert, Franklin 
Jefferson, Lauderdale, Lawrence. Lime- 
stone, Marion, Morgan. Walker and Win- 

«wl^5^^{? /.^^'■^x*'"^®^ ^y ^V'lLLIAM C. 
SHERROD (Dem.), of Courtland. 

The FIRST DISTRICT conslst.i of the 
counties of Arkansas. Conway, Cross. Chit- 
tenden, Desha,- Independence, Irard. Jack- 
son, Mionroe, Phillips, Poinsett, Prairie. 
Searcy, St. Francis, Van Buren and White 
and is represented by LOGAN H. BOOTB 
(Rep.), ofDuvall's Bluff. ■"• -"v^vio 

The SECOND DISTRICT Is composed of 
the counties of Calhoun, Chicot, Dallas. 
Drew. Hetnpstead, Jeflteraon, 6uachlU. 
^*!^J^S,?"^ tfnion. and Is represent^ Sr 
ANTHONYA. C. ROGERS (]5em.)?ofPlnJ 

The THIRD DISTRICT Is compoHed of 
r^,!J.'*"5"^ of Benton, Camwralrk. 
Crawford, Frankhn, Johnson, Little River, 



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EVT5NINO JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



3kradlson, Marlon, ifontgotnerj'. Newton, 
Perry, Tike. Polk, Pope. Pulaski, IScott, 
t>«busliun, Washin^ou and Yell, and is 
reur^wuUHl by THOMAS BOLES (Rep.), 
orDkrdanelle. 

.1'. ■.*."''■ California. 

The FIR.ST DISTRICT is composecl of 
the couiitieH uf Buenu Vista, yrosno, Inyo, 
Kern, Los AnK«*los, Mariposa, Merced, 
Monterey, San Bernardino, San Diego, San 
Francisco. San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, 
Santa, Barbara, Santa Crux, .Stanislaus and 
T\ilure. It is represented by SAMUEL B. 
AXTELL (Dein.), of San Francisco. 

The SECOND DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Alameda, Alpine, Amador, 
Calftveraj", Contra Costa, El Dorailo, 3Iono, 
Nevada, Placer. Sacramento, San Joa- 
quin and Tuolumne. It Is represented by 
AARON A. SARGENT ^Rep.), of Nevada 
City. 

The THIRD DISTRICT Is composed of 
the countieH of Butte, Colusa, Del Norte, 
Humboldt, Klamath, Lake, La-ssen, Maria, 
Mendocino, Napa, Plumas. 8ha.sta, Sierra, 
Siskiyou, Solano, Sonomas, Sutter, Taha- 
mas, Trinitv, Yolo and Yuba. It is repre- 
sented by James a. JOHNSON (Dem.), 
of Downleville. 

Conneoticut. 

The FIRST DISTRICT con.sist8 of Hart- 
ford and Tolland counties. It Is represented 
by JULIUS L. STRONG (Rep,), of Hart- 
fbvd. 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Middlesex and New Haven counties. It is 
represented by STEPHEN W. KELLOGG 
(Rep.), of Waterbury. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of New 
London and Windham counties. It is repre- 
sented by HENRY H. STARKWEATHER 
(Rep.), of Norwich. 

Tlie FOURTH DISTRICT consLsts of 
Falrfleld and Litchfield counties. It is 
represented by WILLIAM H. BARNUM 
(Dem.), of Lime Rock. 

Delaware 

Elects but ohe meniber from the entire 
State, and is represented by 

BENJAMIN T. BIGGS (Dem.), of Sum- 
mit Bridge. 

Florida 

Elects but one member for tbe entireState, 
and Is represented by 

CHARLKS M. HAMILTON (Rep.), of 
Marian na. 

Georgia. 

(Election held December 21, 22 and 23.) 

The FIRftT DISTRICT Is composed of 
Appling, Berrien, Bowen, Brooks, Bryan, 
Bulloch, Chatham. Camden, Chtrlton, Col- 
quitt, Clinch, Coffee, Echols, Effingham, 
Emanuel, Glynn, Irwin, Johnson, Laurens, 
Liberty, Lowndes, Mcintosh, Montgomery, 
Pierce, Scrlven, Tatnall, Telftilr, Thomas, 
Ware and Wavne counties. 

The SECK)ND DISTRICT Is comjposed of 
Baker, Chattahoochee, Calhoun, Olay, Di^- 
catur. Dooly, Doughertr. Early. Houston. 
Lee, Macon, Marlon, Miller, Pulaski. Quit- 
man, Randolph, Sumter, Stewart, Terrell, 
Worth, Webster and Wlloox counties. 

The THIRD DISTRICT is conipo.sed of 
Campbell, Carroll, Clayton, Coweta, Fay- 
ette, Harris, Heard. Merrlweather, Musco- 
gee, Schley, Talbot and Troup counties. 



The FOURTH DISTRICT is composed 
of Baldwin, Bibb, Butts, Crawford, Henry, 
Jasper, Jones, Monroe, Newton Pike, Put- 
nam, Spaulding. Twiggs, Upsou and Wil- 
kinson counties. 

The FIFTH DI.STRICT Is oompo«©d of 
Burke, Columbia, Elbert, Gla.scock, Gre«n©, 
Hancock. Jefferson, Lincoln, Morgan, Oel«- 
thorno, Richmond, Talliaferro, Warren, 
Washington and Wilkes counties. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT l!rcompo8e<l of 
Banks," Clarke, Dawson, Fannin, Forsyth, 
Franklin, Gilmer, Gwinnett, Habersham, 
Hall, Hart, Jackson, Lumpkin, Madison, 
Milton, Pickens, Rabun. Towns, Union, 
Walton and White counties. 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT is composed 
of Barton. Catoo.sa, Chattanooga, Cherokee, 
Cobb, Dade, De Kalb, Floyd, Fulton, Gor* 
don, Haralson, Murray, Paulding, Polk, 
Walker and Whiteheld counties. 

Illinois 

Elects one member from the State at large. 
JOHN A. LOGAN (Rep.), of Carbondale. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consi.st.x of Cook 
county. It is represented by NORMAN B. 
JUDD (RepO, of Chicago. 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Boone, De Kalb, Kane. Lake, McHenry and 
Winnebago counties. It is represented by 
JOHN F. FARNSWORTH (Rep.), of St. 
Charles. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Car- 
roll, Jo Daviess, Lee, Ogle, Stephenson and 
Whiteside counties. It Is represented by 
HORATIO C. BURCHARD (Rep.), of 
Freeport. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Adams, Hancock, Henderson, Mercer, 
Rock Island and Warren counties. It is 
represented bv JOHN B. HAWLEY(Rep.). 
of Rock Islan<l. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of Henry, 
Knox, Marsliall, Peoria, Putnam and Stark 
counties. It is represented by EBON C. 
INGERSOLL (Rep.), of Pebrla. 

The SIXTH DI.STRICT consists of Du 
PAge,Gruady, Kankakee, Kendall, La Salle 
and Will counties. It Is represented by 
BURTON C. COOK (Rep.), of^Ottawa. 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
ChampaifHi. Coles, Cnmberland, Douglas, 
f:dgar. Fort. Iroquois, Macon, Moultrie, 
Piatt and Vermillion conntles. It Is repre- 
sented by JESSE H. MOORE (Rep.) of 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of De 
Witt, Livingston, Logan, "McLean. Sanga- 
mon, Tazewell and Woodford counties. It 
is repre-sented by SHELBY M. COLLUM 
(Rep.), of Springfield. 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of 
Brown, Ca.ss, Fiilton, McDonough, Mason, 
Menard, Pike and Schuvler counties. H is 
represented by THOMl'SON W. McNEE- 
LY (Dem.). of Petersburg. 

The TENTH DISTRIcf consists Of Bond, 
Calhoun, Christian, Greene, Jersey, MaooU' 



gin, Montgomery, Morgan, Scott and Shel- 
y cx)untLes. It is rejjreseuted by ALBERT 
, G.BURR (Dem.). Of Carrol Iton. 



The ELEVENTH DISTRICT consl.sts of 
Clark, Clfiy, Crawford, Eftlnghftm. Fayette, 
Franklin, Hamilton, Jasper, Jefferson. 
Lawrence, Marlon, Richland and Wavne 
counties It is represented by SAMUEL 
S. MARSH.VLL (Dem.), of McLeansboro, 

The TWELFTIf DISTRICT consists of 
Clinton, Madison. Monroe, Randolph, St. 
Clair and Washington counties. It Is repre- 



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sentpd by JOHN B. HAY (Hep.), of Belle- 

Thi? TinilTEKNTH DISTRICT consists 
of AluxHiider. Kilwards, Gullatin, IlHrdiii, 
Jackson, Juhnson. Mnssivc. Perry. Pope, 
PuliLski, Saline. Union. Wabash, While and 
Williunisun cminlie.s. It is represented by 
JOHN M. CKKBi .Dem.), of Uarmi. 

Indiana. 

Tlie FIRST DISTRICT Is composed of 
Daviess. Oil)son. Iviiox, Perry, Pike, Po- 
sey, Spencer, Vanderburgh and Warrick 
counties. It is represented by WILLIAM 
E. NlBL.VCl-: (iJeni.), of Vincennes. 

T!ie SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Clarke, Crawlord, Dubois, Floyd, Harri- 
son, Jackson, Martin, Orange, Scoit and 
Washington counties, and is represented 
by MICHAEL C. KERR (Dem.). of New 
Albany. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Bar- 
tholomew, Dearborn, Decatur, Jefferson, 
Jennings. Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland 
counties, and is represented by WILLIAM 
S. HOLMAN (Dem.). of Aurora. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Fayette, Franklin, Hancock, Rush^ Shelby, 
Union and Wayne counties, and is repre- 
sented by GEORGE. W. JULIAN (Rep.), 
of Centreville. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of 
Brown, Hendricks, Johnson. Marion, Mor- 
gan and Putnam counties, and is represent- 
ed by JOKN COBUKN (Rep.), of Indian- 
apolis. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Clay, Greene, Lawrence, Mon- 
roe. Owen, Parke, Sullivan. Vermillion 
and V'liio, and is represented by DANIEL 
W. VOORHKKS (Dem.), of Terre Haute. 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT is composed 
of Benton, Boone, Carroll, Clinton, Foun- 
tain, Moulgumery, Tippecanoe and Warren 
counties, ami is represented by GODLOVE 
S. OKTH iRi'p.), of Lafayette. 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT is composed 
of Ca-ss, Grant, Hamilton, Howard, Madi- 
son, Miami, Tipton and Wabash counties, 
and is represented by JAMES N. TYNER 
(Rep.), of Peru. 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of 
Adams, Allen, Blackford, Delaware, Henry, 
Jay, Randolph and Wells counties, and is 
represented by JOHN P. C. SHANKS 
(Rep.), of Jay Court House. 

The TENTH DISTRICT consists of De 
Kalb, Elkhart. Huntington, Ko.sciusko, 
Lagrange, Noble, Steuben and Whillej' 
counties, and is represented by WILLIAM 
WILLIAMS (R'P.). of Warsaw. 

The ELEVENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Fulton. J a.sper. Lake. Laporte, Marshall, 
Newton, Porter, Pulaski, Starke, St. Joseph 
and White counties, and is representetl by 
JASPER PACKARD (Rep.) of Laporte. 

Iowa. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Davis, 
Des Moines, Henry, Jefferson, Lee, Louisa, 
Van Buren and Washington counties. It 
is represented by GEORGE W. McCB ARY 
(Rep.), of Keokuk. 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Cedar, Clinton, Jackson, Jones, Linn, Mus- 
catine and Scott counties. It is represented 
by U. P. W'OLFE (Rep.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Alla- 
makee, Bremer. Buchanan, Chickasaw, 
Clayton. Delaware, Dubuque. Fayette, 
Floyd, Howard, Mitchell and Winneshiek 



counties. It Is repre-sented by WILLIAM 
B. ALLISON (Rep.) of Dubuque. 

The FOURTH DL-t^TRICT consists of 
Appanoose, Benton, Iowa. Jiusper. John- 
son, Keokuk, Mahaska, Marion, Monroe, 
Poweshiek, Tamur and Wapello counties. 
It is repre.sented by WILLIaM LOUGH- 
RIDGE (Rep.) oTOskaloosa. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of Adair, 
Adams. Audubon. Ca.ss, Clark, Dallas. De- 
catur, Fremont, (Juthrie, Harrison, Lucas, 
Madison, Mills, Montgomery, Page. Polk, 
Pottawattamie, Ringgold, Shelby, Taylor, 
Union, Warren and Wnyne counties. It is 
represented by FRANK W. PALMER 
(Rop.). of Des Momes. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of Boone, 
Black Hawk. Buena Vista. Buncombe, But- 
ler, Calhoun. Carroll, Cerro Gord«», Chero- 
k-'.e. Clay, Crawlord, Dickinson. Emmett. 
franklin, Grundy, Greene, Hamilton, Han- 
cock, Harden, Humboldt, Ida, Ko.ssuih, 
Manona, Marshall, Osceola. O'Brien, Palo 
Alto, Plymouth, Pocahontas. Sac, Siou.x, 
Story, VVebster, Winnebago, Woodbury, 
Worth and Wright counties. It is repre- 
sented by CHARLES POMEROY (Rep.) 
of Fort Dodge. 

Kansas. 

Elects but one member from the entire 
State, and is represented by SIDNEY 
CLARKE (Rep.), of Lawrence. 

Kentucky. 

Tlie FIRST DISTRICT consists of Bal- 
lard, Caldwell, Ca)loway, Crittenden, Ful- 
ton, Graves, Hickman, Livingston, Lyon, 
McCracken, Marshall, Trigg, Union and 
Webster counties. It is represented by 
LAWRENCE S. TRIMBLE (Dem.), of 
Paducah. 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Breckinridge, Butler, Christian, Daviess, 
Edmonson. Grayson, Hancock, Hender- 
son, Hopkins, McLean, Muhlenberg and 
Ohio counties. It is represented by WM. 
M. SWEENY (DemJ ol Owensboro. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Allen, 
Barren, Clinton, Cumberland, Hart, Logan, 
Metcalle. Monroe, Russell. Simpson, Todd 
and Warren counties. It is represented by 
JOSEPH H. LEWIS (Dem.) 

The FOUR'L'H DISTRICT consists of 
Adair, Anderson, Bullitt, Casey, (ireene, 
Hardin, Larue, Marlon, Meade, Nelson, 
Shelby, Spencer, Taylor and Washington 
counties. It is represented by J PROCTOR 
KNOTT (Dem ), of Leoanon. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of Hen- 
ry, Jefferson, Oldham and Owen counties. 
It is represented by BOYD WINCHES- 
TER (Dem.), of Louisville. 

The SIXTH DISTRICVT consists of 
Boone, Bracken, Campbell, Carroll, Galla- 
tin, Grant, Harrison, Kenton, Pendleton 
and Trimble counties. It is represented by 
THOMAS L. JO>LES (Dem.), of NewporU 

The SEVENTir DISTRICT consists of 
Bourbon, Boyle, Clarke, Fayette, Franklin, 
Jessamine. Lincoln, Mercer, Nichola.s, 
Scott and Woodford counties. It is repre- 
sented by JAMES B, BECK (Dem.), of 
Lexington. 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of 
Breathitt, Clay, Estill, Garrard, Harland, 
Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Lestcher, Madison, 
Owsley, Perry, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Whit- 
ley and Wolfe counties. It is represented 
by GEORGE M. ADAMS (Dem.), of Bar- 
bourville. 



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Tlie NINTH DISTRICT consists ofBath. 
Boyd, Ciirler, Fleming, Floyd, Ureeiiup, 
Jolinsoi). L wrence, Lewis, MagsrolHii, 
Ma-soii, Montgomery, Morgan, Pike, Fr well 
and Itowan, counties. It la represented bj' 
JOHN M. KICK (Ueni.), of Louisa. 

Louisiana. 

Tlie FIRST DISTRICT consists of the 
parishes of Algiers, Livingston, Plaque- 
mine, Kt. Bernard, 8t. Helena, St. Tam- 
many and Washington, and the 5th to 9th 
wards of New Orleans, and Is represented 
by JAMI<>i H. SYPHER(Rep.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consist.^ of the 
parishes of Jetferson, Laiburclie, St. 
Charles, St. James, St. John Baptiste and 
Terrebonne, and the 1st to the-lth wards of 
New Orleans. It is represente<l by LIONEL 
A. SHELDON (Rep.), of New Orleans. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of the 
parishe>s of Ascension, Assumption, Baton 
Rpuge East, Baton Rouge We^t. Calcasian 
Kft-st, Iberville, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. 
Martin, St. Mary and Vermillion, and is 
represented by C. B. DA RRELL (Rep.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consist,s of the 
parishes of Avoyelles, Bossier. Caddo, De 
Soto, Feliciana West. Natchitoches, Pointe 
Coupee, Rapids, Sabine and Wenn, and is 
represented by JOSEPH P, NEVVSHAM 
(K P.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of the 
parishes of Bienville, Caldwell, Carroll, 
Oilapoula, Claiborne, Concordia, Franklin, 
Jackson, Madison, Morehouse, Ouachita, 
Tensas and Union, and is repre.sented by 
ERA N K MORE Y (Rep. ) 

Maine. 

The FIBST DISTRICT la composed of 
Cumberland and York counties. It is rep- 
resented by JOHN LYNCH (Rep.), of 
Portland 

The SECOND DISTRICT la composed of 
the counties of Androscoggin, Franklin, 
Ox.'ord and Sagadahoc. It is represented 
bv SAMUEL P. MORRILL (Rep,), of 
I'armington. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Kennebec and half of Knox. 
Lincoln and Somerset. It Is representea 
by JAMES GILLE.SPIK BLAINE (Rep.), 
of Augusta. 

The F^OURTH DISTRICT la composed 
of the counties of Aroostook, Penobscot and 
Piscataquis. It is represented by JOHN 
A, PJirrERS (Rep.), of Bangor. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT is composed of 
Hancock. Waldo and Washington counties, 
and Appleton, Camden, Hope, Rockland, 
South Thomaston and Islesboro' in Knox 
county. It is represented by EUGENE 
HALE (Rep.), of Ellsworth. 

Maryland. 

iTie FIRST DISTRKTT is composed of 
the counties of Caroline, (^'ecil, Dorchester, 
Kent, Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot, 
Wycomoco and Worcester. It is represent- 
ed by SAMUEL HAMBLETON (Dem.), 
of Easton. 

The SECOND DISTRICT Is composed of 
Hartford county, the Ist, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th. 6th 
and 7th wards of Baltimore city, and the 
6th, 6th, 7th, »th. 10th, llth and 12th districts 
In Baltimore countv. It Is represented hj' 
BTEVENSONAR0HER(pem.).ofBelair. 

The THIRD DISTRICT Is composed of 
the 8th to 20th wards, inclusive, of Balti- 



more city. It is represented by THOMAS 
SWANN (Dem.). of Baltimore. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT is composed of 
theeountles of Allegany, Carroll, Frederick 
and Washington. It is represented bv PAT- 
RICK HAMILL (Dem.), of Oakland. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT Is composed of 
Anne Arundel. Ist, 2d, :{d, 4th, 8th and i:;th, 
districts of Baltimore, Calvert, Charles. 
Howard, Montgomery, Prince George's ana 
St. Mary's counties. It is represented by 
F'REDERICK STONE (Dem.), of Port 
Tobacco. 

Massachusetts. 

The FIRST DISTRICTT consists of Barn- 
stable, Dukes, Nantucket, and parts of Hrls- 
tol and Plymf uth cotmties. It Is repre- 
sented by JAMES BUF'FINTON (Rep.), 
of Fall River. 

The SECXJND DISTRICT consists of 
parts of Bristol, Norfolk and Plvmouth 
counties. It Is represented by OAKES 
AMES (Rep.), of North Easton. 

The 1 HIRD DISTRICT consists of wards 
4, 7, 8, 10, 11 and 12 of the city of Boston, and 
the towns of Brookllne and Roxbur>' Suf- 
folk county. It is represented by GINERY 
TWITCHELL (Rep.), of Brookllne. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
wards 1,2,3, 5, 6 and 9 of the city of Boston, 
and the towns of Cambridge, Chelsea, 
North Clielsea and Winthrop, Suffolk 
county. It Is represented by SAMUEL 
HOOPERJRep.V, of Boston. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of a 
part of Jissex county. It Is represented by 
BENJAMIN F. BUTLER (Rep.), of Glou- 
cester. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of parts 
of Essex and Middlesex counties. It Is rep- 
resented by NATHANIEL P. BANKS 
(Rep.), of Waltham. 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
parts of Middlesex and Norfolk counties. 
It Ls represented bv GEORGE M. BROOKS 
(Rep.), of Concord. 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of 

farts of Norfolk and Worcester counties. 
t Is represented by GEORGE F. HOAR 
(Rep.), of Worcester. 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of 
Franklin. Hampshire and parts of Worces- 
ter counties. It Is represented by WIL- 
LIAM B. WASHBURN (Rep.), of Green- 
field. 

The TENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Berkshire and Hampden counties. It is 
represented by HENRY L.DAWES (Rep.), 
of Pittslield. 

Michigan. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consl.sts of Hills- 
dale, Lenawee, Monroe and Wayne coun- 
ties. It is represented by FERNANDO C. 
BEAMAN (Rep.), of Adrian, Lenawee 
county. 

The SECON D DISTRICT consists of Al- 
legan, Berrien. Branch, Cass, Kalamazoo, 
8t. Joseph and Van Buren counties. It Is 
represented by WfLLIAM L. STOUGH- 
TON (Rep.), of Sturgis. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Cal- 
houn, Eaton, Ingham, Jackson and Wash- 
tenaw counties. It Is represented by 
AUSTIN BLAIR (Rep.), of Jackson. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of An- 
trim, Barry, Delta, Emmet.Orand Traverse, 
lona. Kent, Leelenaw, Mackinaw, Manis- 
tee, Manitou, Masun, Mecosta, Montcalm. 
Miiskegon, Newayo, Oceana, Ottawa and 
Sheboygan counties. It is represented by 



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THOMAS W. FERRY (Rep), of Grand 
Haven. 

Tlie FIFTII DISTRICT conslsL-j of La- 
])eer, Livlnufston, Macomb, Oakland. 8t 
Clair and Sanilac counties. It is repre^ 
seined by OMAR D. CONGER (Rep ), of 
Port Huron. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of Al- 
pena Buy, Chippewa. Clinton. Genesee. 
Gratiot. Houghton. Huron. Iosco. Isabella, 
Keweenaw. Menominee. Marquette. Mid- 
land, Ontonagon. Saelnaw. Shiawassee and 
.. /x'^JL^A""'"'^"- ^^ '3 represented by 
Jolins STRICKLAND (Rep.), of St. 

Minnesota. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Blue 
Earth. Brown. Cottonwood. Dod?e. Fari- 
bault. Fillmore. Freeborn. Houston. Jack- 
son La Suer. Martin. Mower, Murray. Ni- 
collet, Noble, Olmsted. Pipestone, Red- 
wood, Renville, Rice. Rock. Scott, siblev 
Steele. Wascea. Watonwan and Winona 
counties It Is represented by MORTON 
S. WILKINSON (Rep), of Mankato 

The SEL'OND DlSTIilCT consists of Alt- 
ken. A noka. Becker, Benton. Breckenridge 
Buchanan, Candlyah, Carlton. Carver, Ct^s' 
Chicago, Crow Wing, Dakota, Douglass 
Goodhue. Hennepin, Isanti, Itascl. Kan»I 
^^'. ^^^' Manomin. McLeod, Meeker. 
.Vf'.'.'e ^.. Monongalia. Morrison. Otter 
lail.Peinbma. Pierce, Pine. Polk.Ramsev, 
■St. I>ouls, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd, 
Toonib^, Wabashaw, Washington and 
J^isht counties. It Is represented by 
apolia *^ M- WILSON (Dem";), of Mlnn^ 

Mississippi. 
Rfs?RTp?^^'^'^^^~°'^^^'^^ ^ "^^- 
pi^^^nt^^^'^'^^^-^^^^^^ L.MOR- 
Rv m?p ) ^^'^"^^~^^^^^' ^^- ^^^- 

M^'K^l^VRen?'^'^^'^-«^««= C. 
PIEgJMtRefc'^*™^-^^^^^^ ^- 



Missouri. 

The FIRST DiSTUICT consists of a por- 
tion of the citv of St. Louis. It Is repre- 
sT'l^uls^' ^^^•'*'^^'^ WELLS (Dem.)rof 

The SECOND DISTRICT Is composed of 
a portion of St. Louis, Crawford, Fran^ln 
Gasconade. Jefferson. Maries,OsAge, Phelps 
and Pulaski counties. It Is represented bv 

of'Si't^ ^- FI^^KELBiyRtl'T^pJ^ 
The THIRD DISTRICT Is composed of 
the cpuntlM ot Butler. Balllnger, Cape 
Girardeau, Carter, Dunklin, Dent. Iron 
Madison. Mis.sis.sipp|, New Madrid Ore- 
gon, Peml.scot, Perr>', Revnolds, Riplev, 

h^'^^^i: «K^-S?d^"win"e- 
iJ^VJK?,^lJo^nfo^„^^ «• ^^«- 
The F^OURTH DISTRIcirT consists of the 
counties of Rarrv. Barton. Christian (>dar 
Dade. Dallas Douglas. Greene H^eil* 
Jasper. Laclede Lawrence. McDonald 

Tlie FIFTH DISTRICrr Is composed of 
the counties of Bates, Benton, Camden 



r^'^?'''\^I*' C^oP'^r- Henrv, Hickory, John- 
eon, Miller. Moniteau. Morgan. Pettis. .St 
S 4 irr^V^'i^.^F"""- ^^ 's represented by 
^^i^'^^.'i^^^URDE'I-r (Rep ). of Osceoli^ 

The SIXTH. DISTRICT is composed of 
tm! "'^Ji'I'T" ''' ^''^If^well. Carroll. cTjarlK.n, 
iia>. Clinton. Jackson, Lafayette. Platte. 
irrVI.t*r"/4. S.'^U,"^ ^^ '" renreseuled by 
sas CHy ^- ^ '^^ "^^^ <"^P'>- ^^ ^an- 
^T^]^^!^'^^^^^^ril DISTRICT Is composed 
?f Al^^.H®^' Atchison. Buchanan, Daviess. 
^!3* ''•xV'^"'''^' «r'indy. Harrl-son, Liv- 
wfl,^ • '^''^'■cer, Putnam, Sullivan and 
Tnv^ii.*'*'i'v»'.?v> J^ ^^ represented by 

T^« vfr.^r^i.^^^t^^'P >• Of" '^'hilllcothe. 
aVM ^i^^^JW DISTRICT Ls composed of 
Afo^ f.; ^xc*'"'^' "oward. Knox. I^wfs. Llnn- 

L^nn^i^^'h^-ibnar^ 

^o'fSlb^^v^?e"^ ^- ^^-^^AMIN (Re^;.!: 
The NINTH DLSTRICT consists of Au- 
drain. Boone, Calloway, Lincoln, Monroe. 

Warren counties. It Is reDre8ent«»d hv 
DAVID P. DYER (Rep.), of "Louteiana.^ 

Nebraska 

■^T^^^",?. FIS^^^^ ^'■om the entire State: 
JOHN TAFFE (Rep.), of Omaha. 

Nevada 

^^^r^^^fl^t^r^^.lJ'^SJ^ ^^« en^'re State : 
THOMAS FITCH (Rep.), of Belmont. 

New Hampshire. 

The FIRST DISTRICT Is composed of 
Belknap, Carroll, Rockingham and Staf- 
^rd counties. It is represented by JACOB 
H. ELA (Rep.), of Rochester 

The SECOND DISTRICT Is composed of 
Hillsborough and MerrUnac counties/ It 
Is represented by AARON F. STEVENS 
(Rep.), of Nashua. 

The THIRD DISTRICT Is composed of 
Clieshlre. Coos. GraOon and Sullivan coun- 
^nij }^}^ represented by JACOB BEN- 
TON (Rep.), of Lancaster. 



New Jersey. 

Tlie FIRST DISTRICT consists of At- 
lantic Camdp^n, C&\ye May, Cumberland. 
Gloucester and Salem counties. It la reore^ 
sented by WILLIAM MOORE (Rep ). bf 
May's I>anding. *^" 

The SPX^.^D DISTRICT consists of 
Burlington. Mercer. Monmouth and Ocean 
counties. It ls represented by CHARLES 
HAIGHT(Dem.). of Freehold -^"^^^ 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Hun- 
terdon, Middlesex. Somerset. Union and 
Warren counties. It Is represented hv 
JOHN T. BIRD (Dem.). of rfeminAon 

The FOURTH DLSTRICT^Mists of 
Bergen. Essex (except Newark), Morris, 
Passaic and Sussex counties. It Is reore^ 
sented by JOHN HILL (Rep.), of Boomon 

city of Newark and Hudson countv It H 
represented by ORESTES CLEVELAND 
(Dem.), of Jersey City. "«i-.i^ 

New York, 

The FIRST DISTRICrr consists of 
Queens, Richmond and Suffolk countle^^ 

mlm^^P^Tr^"'*"^ ^y HENRY A. REEVES 
(Dem.), of Oreenport. 

RtiT'clH ^i^^Sk^T^^^ '=onHMs of thf 
fith,6th,9th, 10th, 12th, 14th, 16th. 17th and 



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'13th wards of tbe city of Brooklyn, and the 
^wns III Kings county. It Is represented 
by JOHN U. SCHUMAKER (Dem.). of 
Jirooklvn. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of the 
l.st, 'Jd, 3d, Uh, 5th. 7th, llth, 13th, loth and 
Ifnii wards in Brooklyn. It is represented 
hT IIENKY W. ISLOCUM (Dem.), of Brook- 

'The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of the 
1st, 'Zd, .'Jd. 4th, olh, 6th and 8th wards of the 
city of New York, and Governor's Lsland. 
•it is rcpresenU'd by JOHN FOX (Dom.^, 
of New York citv. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of the 
7th, 10th, 13th and Uth wards of the city of 
New York. It is represented by JOHN 
JilOHRISSlilY (Dem.), of New York city. 
. The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of the 
JDth, 15th and Kith wards of the city of New 
York. It is represented by SAMUJ]!^ S. 
COX (Dem.), of New Y'ork city. 
■ The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
tlie nth and ITth wards of the city of New 
Y'ork. It is represented by HERVEY C. 
CALKIN (Dem.), of New York city. 

The EIGHTH DLSTRICT consists of the 
iSth, '20th and il.st wards of the city of 
New York. It Is represented by JAMES 
BROOKS (Dem.), of New York city. 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of the 
12th, 19th and •22d wards of the city of New 
Y'ork. and Klackwell's, Randall's and 
"Ward's Islands. It is represented by FER- 
NANDO WOOD (Dem ), of New York. 

The TENTH DISTRICT" consists of Pu^ 
nam, Rockland and Westchester counties. 
It is represented by CLARKSON N. POT- 
TER (I)eni.'). of New Kocljelle. 

The ELEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Orange and Snilivan counties. It Lsrepre- 
aented by CHARLES H. VAN WYCK 
(Rep.) 

The TWELFTH DISTRICT con.sists of 
Columbia and Dutchess counties. It is rep- 
resented bv JOHN H. KETCHAM (Rep.), 
of Dover, (^olumbia county. 

The THIRTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Greene and Ulster counties. It is repre- 
sented bv JOHN A. GRISWOLD (Dem.), 
of Catskill. 

The FOURTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Albany and Schoharie counties. It is 
represented by STEPHEN L. MAY-^nAM, 
(Dem.), of Schoharie. 

The FIFTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Rensselaer and Washington counties. 
It is represented bv .A.DOLPHUS H. TAN- 
KER (Rep.), of Whitehall. 
.• The SIXTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Clinton, Esse.x and Warren counties. It 
Is represented bv ORANGE FERRISS 
(Rep.), ofCSlens Falls. 

The SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Franklin and St. Lawrence coun- 
ti<'s It is represented bv WILLIAM A. 
"WHEELER (Rep.), of Malnne. 
: The EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of FuUdu, Hamilton, Montgomery, Sara- 
toga and Schenei'ladv counties. It is rep- 
tesent^d by STEPHEN SANFORD (Rep.), 
of Amsterdam. 

The NINETEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Chenango, Delaware and Otsego coun- 
ties. It is represented by CHARLES 
TCNAPP (Rep ). of Deposit. 

The TWENTIETH DISTRICT consists 
of Herkimer, Jefferson and Lewis con nlie.s. 
Ifch represented by ADDISON H, LAFLIN 
(Rep), of Herkimer 

The TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT con- 
sists of Oneida county. It is represented 



by ALEXANDER H. BAILEY (Rep.), of 
Rome. 

The TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT con- 
sists of Madi-son and Oswego counties. It 
is represented by JOHN C. CHURCUILL 
(Rep.), of Oswego. 

The TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT con- 
sists of Cortland and Onondaga counties, 
It is represented by DENNLS MCCARTHY 
(Rep.), of Syracuse. 

The TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 
consLsta of Cayuga, Sen.eca and Waj-ne 
counties. It is represented by GEORGE 
W. COWLES (Rep.), of Clyde. 

The TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Livingston, Ontario and Yates 
counties. It is represented by WILLIAM 
H. KELSEY (Rep.). ofGeneseo. 

The TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Broome, Schuyler,Tioga and Tomp- 
kins counties. It is represented by GIL1<>S 
W. HOTCHKISS (Rep.), of BinghanUon. 

The TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT 
consists of Allegany, Chemung and Steuben 
counties. It is represented by HAMILTON 
WARD (Rep.), of Belmont, Allegany 
county. 

The TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT' 
consists of Monroe and Orleans counties. 
It is represented by CHARLES H. 
HOLMES (Rep.), of Albion. 

The TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Genesee, Niagara and Wyoming 
counties. It is repre.sented by JOHN 
FISHER (Rep.), of Batavia 

The THIRTIETH DISTRICT consists 
of Eriecountv. It is represented by DAVI% 
S. BENNETT (Rep.), of Buffalo, 

The THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT con- 
sists of Cattaraugus and Chaula\iqua coun- 
ties. It is represented by PORTER SHEL- 
DON (Rep.), of Jamestown. 

North Carolina. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consi.sLs of Beau- 
fort, Bertie, Camden. Chowan, Currituck, 
Gates, Halifax, Hertford, Hyde, Martin, 
Northampton. Pasquotank, Perquimans, 
Tvrrell and Washington counties. It Is 
represented by CLINTON L.COBB (Rep.;, 
of Elizabeth City. 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Carteret, Craven, Duplin, Edgecombe, 
Greene, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Pitt and 
Wavneconntips. JOSEPH DIXON (Rep.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of An- 
son, Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Cum- 
berland, Harnett, Montgomery, Moore, 
New Hanover, Richmond, Robeson and 
Sampson counties. It is represented by 
OLIVER H. DOCKERY' (Rep.), of Man- 
gvim. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Chatham. Franklin, CJranville, Johnston, 
Nash, Orange, Wake and Warren counties. 
It is repre-sented bv JOHN MANNING, Jk.. 
(Dem.), elected in KS70. to till vacancy, over 
Joseph W. Ilolden (Rep.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of Ala- 
mana, Ca.swell. Davidson, Forsvth. CJuil- 
ford. Person, Randolpli, Kockinghau), 
Slanlev, stokes and Surrey counties. It is 
represented by ISRAEL G. LASH (Rep.), 
of Salem 

The SIXTH DISTRKTT consists of Alex- 
ander. Cebarrus. Catawba, Davis, (^luston, 
Iredell, Lincoln, Mf'cklenburgh, Roman, 
Union, Wilkes and Yadkin counties. It is 
represented by FRANCIS E. KHOBER 
(Dem.) 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Alleghany. Ashe, Buncombe, Burke, Cald- 



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well, Cheroke*. CTiiy, Cleveland, Uay\N'ood, 
Henderson, Jackson, Macon, Madi^)on. 
Mitchell. McDowell, Pope, Rutherford, 
Trans\lvania, Watanpa and Ynnc<'y conn- 
ties, tt Is represented by ALEXANDER 
H. JONES (Rep.), of AshviUe. 

cJliio. 

I The FIRST DISTRICT Is composed of 
I the lst.2d. Sd, 4th,,'ith, 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 
I i;Uh and 17th wards of Cincinnati, and An- 
I derson, Columbia, Millcri'ok, Sppucer, S.vc- 
i amore and Symmes town«<hlps. Hamilton 
county. It is repn'sented bv PETER W. 
KTRA DER (Dem.). of Cincinnati. 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of the 
0th, 8th. 12th nth. l.Sth, 16th and Ihth wards 
of Cincinnati, and Colorain, Crosby, Delhi, 
Green, Harrison, Miami, Springfield, Stnrrs 
and Whitewater townships, Hamilton 
conntv. It is represented by JOB E. STf> 
VENSON (Rep.), of Cincinnati. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of But- 
ler, Montgomery, Preblp and Warren 
counties. It is represented bv ROBERT C. 
SCHENCK (Rep.),of Dayton, Montgomery 
county. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Champaign, Darke, Logan, Miami and 
Shelbv conntles. It Is represented bv 
WILLIAM LAWRENCE (Rep.), of Belle- 
fonte. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of Allen, 
Auglaise. Hancock, Hardiu, Mercer, Van 
Wert and W.vandott counties. It is repre- 
sented by WILLIAM MUNGEN (Dem.), 
9f Findlav. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of 
Brown, Clermont, Clinton, Fayette and 
Highland counties. It is represented bv 
JOHN A. SMITH (Rpp.> 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Clarke.Franklin.Oreeneand Madison coun- 
ties. It is represented by JAMES J. 
WlNANS(Rep.) 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of 
Delaware. Marlon, Morrow. Richland and 
Union counties. It is represented bv JOHN 
BEATTY fRpp.) 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of Craw- 
ford. t:rie, Huron, Ottawa, Sanduskv and 
Seneca counties. It i<< represented bv ED- 
WARD F. DICKINSON (Dem.), of Tre- 
roont. 

The TENTH DISTRICT consists of De- 
fiance, Henr.v. Lucas, Fulton. Paulding, 
Putnam, Williams and Wood counties. 
It is represented by ERASMUS D. PECK 
(D^m.) 

The ELEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Adams, (iallia, Jackson, I^wrence, Scioto 
and Vinton counties. It is repre.sented bv 
JOHN T. WILSON (Rep ). of Tranquillitv. 

The TWELFTH DISTRICT consists 6f 
Fairfield. Hocking. Perry. Pickaway, Pike 
and Rose counties. It Is represented bv 
I'lIILADKLPH VAN TRUMP (Dem.) of 
Lancaster. 

The THIRTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Coshocton. Knox, I-lcking and Musk- 
inirum counties It is represented by 
G KO RG E W. M O KG A N me m ) 

The FOURTEENTH D I. STRICT consists 
of Ashland, Holmes. I>orain, Medina and 
Wavne countips. It is represented by 
MARTIN WELKER fRep.>. of Wooster. 

The FIFTEENTH DI.STRICT consists 
of Athens, Meigs, Monroe, Mortran and 
Washington counties. It is represented by 
ELIAKIM H. MOORE (Rep), of Athens. 

The SIXTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Belmont, Guernsey, Harrison, Noble 



and Tuscarawas counties. It is represented 
by JOHN A. BINGHAM (Rep ). of Cadlr. 

The SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Carrol, Columbiana, Jefferson and 
8tark crnmtlcs. It is represented bv JACOB 
A. AMBLER (Rep.), of Salem 

The ElGHTEEis'TH DISTRICT consists 
of Cuyahoga, Lake and Summit counties 
It Ls represtnted by WILLIAM H. UPSON 
(Hep.) 

The NINETEENTH DISTRICT consists 
or Ashtabula, Geauga, Mahoning, Portage 
and Trumbull counties. It is represented 
by JAMF^ A. GARFIELD (Rep.), Of 
Hiram, Portage county. 

Oregon 

Elects but one member from the entire 
State, and is represented by JOSEPH 8 
SMITH (Dem.), of Salem, 

Pennsylvania. 

Tlie FIRST DISTRICl' consi-sts of the 2d. 
3d, 4th, 5th, 6th and 11th wards in the city 
of Philadelphia, and Is represented by 
SAMUEL J. RANDALL (Dem ), of Phil i 
delphia 

The SECOND DISTRICT consi.stfl of the 
1st, 7th 8th, 9th, 10th, and lah wards of the 
city of Philadelphia, and is represented bv 
CHARLES O'NEILL (Rep.), of Philadel- 
phia. 

The THIRD DISTRK^ consists of the 
12th, 1,1th, Kith. 17th, 18th and 19ih wards of 
the city otPhilaflelphia, and is represented 
by LEONARD MYER« (Rep.), of Phila- 
delphia. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists o^the 
14th, 15th, *20th. 21st, 24th and 27th wards in 
the city of Philadelphia, and Is represented 
by WM. D. KELLEY (Rep.), of Pliiladel- 
phia. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of the 
22d, 2.3d and 2.jth wards of the city of Phlla- 
delphia, and the county of Bucks It Ls 
represented by CALEB N. TAYLOR 
(Rep), of Pliiladelj)hia. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of Le- 
high and Montgomerv counties. It Is rep- 
resented by JOHN D. STILES (Deir ), of 
Allentown. 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Chester and Delaware counties It is rep- 
resented by WAS II I NGTON TO WNSEND 
(Rep.), of West Chester. 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of 
Berks count.v. It is represented by J. 
LAWRENCE GETZ (Dem.), of Reading 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of Lan- 
caster count.v. It is represented bv OLI- 
VER J. DICKEY (Rep.), of Lanc.ister. 

The TPJNTH DISTRICT consists of Leb- 
anon and Schuylkill counties. It Is repre- 
sented by HENRY L. CAKE (Rep.), of 
Tamaqua. 

The ELEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Carbon. Monroe. Northampton. Pike and 
Wayne counties. It is represented bv 
DANIEL M. VAN AUKEN (Dem.), of 
Mil ford. 

The TWELFTH DISTRICT consists of 
Luzerne and Susquehanna counties It is 
represented by GEORGE W.WOODWARD 
(Dem ), of Wilkesbarre. 

The THIRTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Bradford. Columbia, Montour. Sullivan 
and W.voming counties. It is represented 
by ULYSSE.S MERCUR (Rep.), of To- 
wanda. 

The FOURTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Dauphin, Juniata, Northumberland, 



38 



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Snvder and Union counties. It is repre- 
sented by JOUN B. PACKER (Rep.), of 
Sunburv. 

The FIFTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Cumberland. Perry and York counties. 
It Is represented bv RiUlIARD J. HALDE- 
MAN (l>em.), of Harrlsburfr. 

The SIXTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Adams, Bedford, Franklin, Fulton and 
Somerset conniies. It li represented by 
JOHN CESSNA (Rep ). of Bedford. 

The SEVENTPJENTH DISTRICT con- 
8i.st.s of Blair. Cambria, Huntington and 
Miftlin counties. It Is represented by 
DANIEL J. MORRELL (Rep.), of Johns- 
town. 

Tlie EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Potter and 
TiORH counties. It Is represented by WM. 
H. ARMSTRONG (Rep.), of Willlamsport. 

The NINETEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Cameron. Clearrteld, p:ik, Erie, Forest, 
JeflTersDn, McKean and Warren counti&s. 
It Is represented by GLENNI W. SCO- 
FIELD (Rep.), of warren. 

The TWENTIETH DISTRKJT consists 
of Clarion, Crawford, Mercer and Venango 
counties. It Is repre-sented by CALVIN 
W. GILFILLAN (Rep.), of Franklin. 

The TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT con- 
sists of Fayette. Indiana and Westmoreland 
counties. It is represented by JOHN CO- 
VODE (Rep.), of Lockport. 

The TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT con- 
sists of the city of Pittsburgh and all that 
part of Allegheny county south of the Ohio 
and AlU'ghenv rivers, including Nevil 
Island It is represented by JAMES S. 
NEGLEY (Rep.), of Pi'tsburgh. 

The TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT con- 
sists of Allegheny city and all of Allegheny 
countv north of the Ohio and Allegheny 
rivers', and Armstrong and Butler counties. 
It is represented by DAK WIN PHELPS 
(Rpp.). of Kittanning. 

The TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 
consists of Beaver. Greene, Lawrence and 
Washington counties. It is represented by 
JOSEPH B. DONLEY (Rep.), of Wayues- 
burg. 

Rhode Islan(3. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Bris- 
tol county, the towns of Cumberland, East 
Providence, North Providence, Provldt-nce 
and SmithHeld. in Providence county, and 
Little Compton. Middletown. Newport, 
Portsmouth and Tiverton, In Newport 
countv. It i.s ri-presented by THOMAS A, 
JEN(JKES (Rep.), of Providence, 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Kent and Washington counties, the towns 
of Jamestown and NewShorehnm. In New- 
port county, and Burrlllvllle, Cranston, 
Foster. (Gloucester. Johnston and Scltuate, 
In Providence countv. It Is represented by 
NATHAN F. DIXON (Rep.), of Westerly. 

South Carolina. 

The FIR.ST DISTRICT Ls composed of 
the counties of ChesierHeld. Clarendon, 
Darlington. Georgetown. Horry. Kershaw, 
I>anciuster. Marlon. Marlboro, Sumpter and 
Williamsburg. It Is represented by JAMES 
H. RANEY (Rep.) 

The SFX'OND DISTRICTT Is composed 
of the counties of Barnwell, Beaufort, 
Charleston and Colleton. It Ls represented 
bv C (' BOWKN (Rep), of Charleston. 

"The THIRD DISTRICT Is composed of 
the counties of Abbeville, Anderson. Edge- 
field, Lexington, Newbury, Orangeburg 



and Richland. It is represented by SOLO- 
MON L. HOGE (Rpp.). of Columbia. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT Ls composed 
of the countiesj of Chester. FalrHeld, Green- 
ville, Laurens. Oconee, Pickens, .Spartan- 
burg, Union and York. It is represented 
by ALEXANDERS. WALLACE (Rep.) 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Johnson, Carter, Sullivan, 
Washington, Hawkins, Greene. Hancock, 
C!ooke. Jefferson, Granger and Sevier. It 
Ls represented by RODEltICK R. BUTLER 
(Rep.), of Tavlorsville. 

The SECOND DLSTRICT consists of the 
countlesof Claiborne, Union. Knox, Camp- 
bell. Scott. Morgan. Anderson. Polk, 
Blount, Monroe, McMinn, Bradlev and 
Roane. It Is represented by HORACE 
MAYNARD (Rep), of Knoxvllle. 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of the 
countlesof Meigs, Rhea, Hamilton. Marion, 
Grundy. Bledsoe, Van Buren. Sequatchie, 
Warren, White, Smith, Cumberland. Put- 
nam, Jackson, Macon. Overton. De Kalb 
and Fentre.ss. It is represented bv WIL- 
LIAM B STOKES (Rep), of Alexandria. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Rutherford, Cannon, Coffee. 
Franklin. Lincoln. Bedford. Marshr.ll and 
Gaines. It Is represented by LEWIS TILL- 
MAN (R«n) 

The FIFTH DISTRKJT consists of the 
counties of Williamson. Davidson, Willson, 
Sumner. Robertson and Cheatham. It Is 
represented by WILLIAM F, PROSSER 
(Rep.), of Nashville. 

The SIXTH DISTRKDT consists of the 
counties of I.Awrence, Wayne. Hardin. 
Decatur. Perry. Lewis. Maury, Hickman, 
Humphre.vs, Dick.son, Montgomery and 
Stewart. It is representee! by SAMUEL 
M. ARNELL (Rep.), of Columbia. 

The SEVENTH DLSTRICT consists of 
the counties of Benton, Henry. Weakly, 
Obion, Dyer, Gibson, Lauderdale, Hender- 
son and (."arroll. It Is represented by 
ISAAC R. HAWKINS (Rep.), of Hunt- 
ingdon. 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of the 
countlesof McNalry. Hardeman. Fayette, 
Shelby. Tipton. Madison and Haywood. 
It Is represented by WILLIAM J. SMITH 
(Rep.), of Memphis. 

Texas. 

FIR.ST DISTRICrr - GEORGE W. 
WHITMORE (Rep.) 

SECOND DISTRICT -JOHN C. CEN- 
NER (Dem.) 

THIRD DISTRICT- WILLIAM T. 
CLARK (Rep.) 

FOURTH DISTRICT -EDWARD DE- 
GENER (Rep.) 

Vermont. 

The FIRST DISTRICT Is composed of 
AddLson, Bennington, Rutland and Wash- 
Ineton counties. It Is represented by 
CHARLES W. WILLABD (Rep.), of 
Monipeller. 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Caledonia, Orange, Windham and Windsor 
counties. It Is represented by LUKE P. 
POLAND (Rep.), of St. Johnsbury. 

The THIRD DISTRICT is composed of 
Chittenden. Es.sex, Franklin, Grand Isle, 
I.Amolle and Orleans counties. It Is rep- 
resented bv WORTHINGTON C. SMITH 
(Rep.), of St. Albans. 



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39 



Virginia. 

FIRST DISTHRT- U. S. AVER (Rep.) 
SKCONJD DIt>TUlCT-J. U. PLAIT 

^ TlflRD DISTRICT -C. II. PORTER 
(R«p.) 

KOUUTII DISTRICT - C. W. BOOKER 
(D.-m.) 

FIFTH DISTRICT- R. T. \V. DUKE 
(Deni.) 

SIXTH DISTRICT -W. M. MILNES 
(Deni.) 

SKVKNTII DISTRICT— LEWIS Mc- 
KFN/.IK (llep.) 

EUillTH DISTRICT- L K. GIBSON 
(Dem.) 

West Virginigu 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of 
Brooke. Calhoiin. DoddridKe. (iilmer, Han- 
ci>rk. Ilurrlson, Ijewis, Mnrslinll. Ohio. 
Pleiisaiits, Ritrhle. Tyler. \V<>l7.eI. Win 
and Wood coiiittieH. Jt Is represented by 
LSAAC II. nUVALI. (Rep.), of Wellsburg. 

The {iKCt>.VD DI.S'IKICT consists of 
Rjirhonr. Berkeley, Hampshire, Hardy, 
J»»llVrs«»n. Marion. Monon«alia. Morgiui, 
P«'ndU'ton. Poeahontas. Prestdii. Randolph, 
Tavlor. Tucker. Upshnr and Wehsier conn- 
ti»^. It Is rt-presenled b.v .lAMES C. Mc- 
(jREW (Rep.), of ivingwttod. 
The TH I Ul) DISTRICT consists of Boone, 
Braxton. Cahell. Clay, Fayette, (ireenbrier, 
Jairkson. Kanawha, Lincoln. Logan. Ma- 
son. Mercer, Monroe. McDowell, Nichola.s, 
Putnam. ItalelKh. Roane. Wayne and Wyo- 
ming ('onniieH. It l.s represented by JOIIN 
S. WITCHER (Rep.), of Uuyuudotte. 

Wisconsin. 

Tlie FIRST DISTRICT consists of Keno- 
sha. Milwankee, Itacine, Walworth and 
Waukesha counties. It Is represented by 
H ALBERT K PAINE (Rep,>, of Milwau- 
kee. 



The SECOND DLSTRICT consists of Co- 
lumbia. Dane. Jellerson and Rock conn- 
ti»'S. It is represented by DAVID AT- 
WOOD (Rep.), ol Ma<lison. 

The THIRD DlsTRKT'consistsolCraw- 
ford.tirant. (ireen. Iowa, Ijtlayette. Rich- 
land and .Sauk counties. It is represent €« 
by AM ASA COBB (Rep.), of Mineral Point. 
Iowa county. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
I>odpe, Fond du I.jic. Ozaukee. .ShelMjygan 
an<l Wa-shingUMi counties. It is represenlwl 
bvCllARLFJS A. ELURIDOE (Dem.). of 
tond du I^ic. 

The FIFTH DTSTRICTconslsts of Brown, 
Calumet, Door, (ireen Lake, Kawaunee, 
Manitowoc, aiarquelle. Oc-onto.Oiitauamlo, 
Shawanaw.Wanpacca. Waushara and Win- 
nel>agocounlh*s. It is represented by PIIL 
LKTUS .SAWYER (Rep.), of Oshkosh. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT ronsi.sts of Bwl 
Ax, La Crosse. Monroe, Juneau. A«lam*!, 
Portaire. Wood. Jackson. Trempeleau, Jlul- 
falo, Pepin, Dunn. Pierce. .St. Croix. Kjui 
Claire. Marathon. Chippewa, Dallas. Pulk. 
Burnett. Dongla.s.H, La Pointe. Ashland anil 
Clark counties. It is represented by CAD- 
WALLADER C.WASHBURN (Rep.), ol 
La Crosse. 

GEORGIA. 

1. A. T. McINTVRE (Dem.) 

2. NELSON TlI'T(nem.) 

3. MARION BETllUNE (Rep.) 

4. JEFFERSON S. LON(4 (Rep.) 

5. D. M. DU BOISE (Dem.) 
fi W.M. P. PRICE (Dem.) 
7. P. M. B. YOUNG (Dem.) 

Recapitulation. 

Republicans.- 170 

Democrats, - 74 

Total 2-»4 



TERRITORIAL DELEGATES. 
(Territorial Delegates have the right to debate, but not to vote ) 



Alaska. — Not represented. 

Arizona.- RICHARD C. McCX)RMICK 
(Rep.), of Tucson. 

Colorado. - ALLEN A. BRADFORD 
(Rep.), of I'ueblo who received a vote of 
4,Q»1 to 4,075 for Bradford (Dem.) 

naltofn.- STEPHEN L. BPINK (Rep), 
of Yancton. 

Iilolio. — JA(X)B K. SHAFER (Dem), 
of Idaho City, who received a vote of 
S.KK to J.liu for T. B. Butler (Rep.) 



Moutana.-JAMES M. CAVANAUGH 
(Dem.). of Helena. 

New 3>Icxlco.-J. FRANCISCO CHA- 
VES (Rep.), of Santa Fe. 

IJtali.-WILLIAMU. HOOPER (Dem), 
of Salt Lake City. 

WaHhiufftoii. - SELEUCIUa GAR 
FIELDE (Rep.), of Olympia. 

Wyonilna:.— S. F. NUCKOLLS Dem.). 
of Cheyenne. 



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XLHd CONGRESS. 



SENATE. 



Alabama. 

OEORO?: E. SPEXCKR (Rep.). 1873. 
GEORGE GOLDTUWAITE (Dem.), 1S77, 

Arkansas, 

RKNMAMr.X F. R[CK (Rep.\ 1873. 
POWELL CLAYTON (Kep.), 1877. 

California. 

CORNELIUS COLE (Rep.), of Santa 
Cruz. i&7{. 

EUGENE CASSERLY (Dem.), of .Siin 
Fiaucidc-o, 1S75. 

Connecticut. 

ORRIS S. FERRY (Rep.), of Norwalk, 
ISTo. 

WILLIAM A. BUCKINGHAM (Rnp.), 
of llaiLlord, 1S75. 

Delaware. 

THOMAS F. BAYARD Dem.), of Wil- 
miiij^toii, 1875. 
ELl SALLSBURY (Dem.), 1877. 
Florida. 

THOMAS W. OSBORNE (Rep.), 1873. 
ABIJAH GILBERT (Bep.). of SU Au- 
gustine, 1S75. 

Georgia.* 



H. B. FARROW (R.-p.), 1873. 
FOSTER BLODGETT (Rep.), 



1877, 



Illinois. 

LYMAN TRUMBULL (Rep.), of Chi- 
cago. Is7;{. 
J. A. LOGAN (Rep.), of Carbondale, 1877. 

Indiana. 

OLIVER p. MORTON (Rep.), of Indian- 
apolis, 1873. 
DANIEL D, PRATT (Rep.), 1875. 

Iowa. 

JAMES HARLAN (Rep.), of Mount 
PleiisaiU. 1373. 

(JEORGE G. WRIGHT (Rep.), of Des 
Moines, 1877. 

Kansas. 

SAMUEL C. POMEROY (Rep.), of At- 
chison. 1873. 
Not chosen. (Rep.), 1877. 

Kentucky. 

G.VRRETT DAVIS (Dem.), of Parl.s. 1873. 
JOHN W. STEVENSON (Dem,), of Cov- 

;n;;ton. Dill. 

Louisiana. 

WILLIAM PITT KELLOGG (Rep.), of 
New OrlP:m><. 1S7:{. 
J, R, WEST (Rep.), of New Orleans, 1«77, 

Maine, 

HANNIBAL HAMLIN (R'-p.). Of 
H.unixlpn. ls7o. 
LOT M. MORRILL (Rep.), of Auguflta. 

Maryland. 

GEORGE VrCKERS (Dem.l. Ts:."? 
WILLIAM T. HAMILTON (Dem,). 1875. 



Massachusetts. 

CHARLES SUxMNER (Rep.), of Boston, 
1875. 
HENRY WILSON (Rep.), of Natick, 1877. 

Michigan, 

ZACHARIAU CHANDLER (Rep.), of 
Detroit, 1S7.^. 

THOMAS W, FERRY (Rep.), of Grand 
Haveu, 1877, 

Minnesota. 

ALEXANDER RAMsEY (Rep.), Of St. 
raul. 1875. 
WILLIAM WINDOM (Rep.), 1877. 

MississippL 

ADELBERT AMES (Rep.), 1S75. 
JAMES L. ALCORN (Kep.), 1877. 

Missouri. 

CARLSCHURZ (Rep.). olSt. Louis, 1375. 
FRANK P. BLAIR, Jr, (Dem.), 1873. 

Nebraska. 

THOMAS W. TIPTON (Rep.), of Omaha 
City, 1875. 
P. W. HITCHCOCK (Rep.), 1877. 

Nevada. 

JAMES W. NYE (Rep.), of Carson Cii:', 
187;J. 

WILLIAM M. STEWART (Rep.), of 
Vuginia C-ity, 1875. 

New Hampshire. 

JAMF^ W, PATTER.SON, (Rep.), of 
Hanover, 1873. 

AARON H. CRAGIN (Rep.), of Leb- 
anon, 1877. 

New Jersey. 

JOHN p. STOCKTON (Dem.). 1875, 

F. T, FRELINGHUYSEN, (Rep.), 1877, 

New York, 

R(^(X)E CONKLING (Rep.), of Utica, 
1873. 

REUBEN E. FENTON (Rep.), of Jamea- 
town, 1875. 

North Carolina. 

JOHN POOL (Rep.), 1873. 
ZEBULON B. VANCE (Dem.), 1877, 

Ohio, 

JOHN SHERMAN (Rep.), of Mansfield, 

ALLEN G. THURMAN (Dem.), 1875. 

Oregon, 

HENRY W. CORBETT (Rep.), of Port- 
land, 1873. 
JAMJiS K, KELLY (Dem , 1877, 

Pennsylvania. 

SIMON CAMERON (Rep), of H:\rri3- 

ursrl). 1873. 

JOHN SCOTT (Rep.), 1873. 



* Those seata are also cla med by Joshua Hill and 



Miller, elected In 1S&^ 



EVENING JOUICNAL ALMANAC,! 1871. 



41 



Rhode Island 

WILLIAM SPUAGUE (Tlep.), of Provi- 
dence. 1875. 

HKNKY B. ANTHONY (Rep.), of Prov- 
idence, 1877. 

South Carolina. 

FKEDfOUKK A. SAWYEK (Rep.), of 

Ciiurleslon, 1S7:J. 

THOMAS J. ROBERTSON (Rep.), 1877. 

Tennessee. 

WILLIAM G. BROWNLOW (Rep.), of 
Knd.tvJIlc, 1875. , ,„ 

HENRY COOPER (Dcm.), of Nashville, 

Texas. 

J. W. FLANAGAN (Rep.), of Rusk, 1S75. 
MORGAN a HAMILTON (Rep.), of 
Travis, 1H77. 



Vermont. 
JUSTIN S. MORRELL (Rep.), of Straf- 

^GKOKGE F. EDMUNDS (Rep.), of Bur- 
lluglon, 1S7.5. 

Virginia. 

JOHN F. LEWIS (Dein.), of Rocking- 
ham. 1^;;?. 
Not chosen (Dem.), 18/7. 

West Virginia. 

ARTHUR J. BOREM AN (Rep.), 1875. 
Not chosen (Dem.), 1877. 

Wisconsin. 

TIMOTHY O. HOWE (Rep.), of Green 

^MATTIIEW H. CARPENTER (Rep.), 

ofMiiwauiiee, 187J. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



Alabama. 

First District— BENJAMIN O. TURN- 
EU, (Rep.): Second District — CHARLES 
W. BUCIvLEV, (liep.); Third District — 
W. A. HANDLEY. (Dem.): Fourth Dis- 
trict -CH A HLE.S HAYF^S. (Rep.): Filth 
District- PETER M. DOX. (Dem.): Sixth 
District- JOSEPH H. SHLOSS, (Dem.) 

Arkansas. 

First District -J. M. HAWKES, (Dem.); 
Second District -O. P. SNYDER, (Rep.); 
Third DUtrict -JOHN EDWARDS, (Dem.) 

California. 

Three Membi'rs — not yet elected. 

Connecticut. 

The election for Congressmen will be held 
in the spring. 

Delaware. 

BENJAMIN T. BIGGS, (Dem.) 

Florid 1. 

JOSIAH T.WALLS, (Rep.) 

Georgia. 

First D-strict- W. W. PAINF> (Dem.); 
Second District — NELSON TIFT (Dem.) : 
Third District- JOHN S. BIG BY (Rep.): 
Fourth District -THOMAS J. SPEER 
(Rep.) : Filtli District - R. W. CARSWELL 
(Dcm.); Si.xth District -WILLIAM P. 
PRICE mem.): Seventh District — P. M. 

B. YOUNG (Dem.) 

Illinois. 

At large- JOHN A. LOGAN, (Rep.); 
First District-CHARLKS B. FARWELL, 
(Rep.) : second District— JOHN F. FARNS- 
WORTlI.t Rep.): Third Di.strict-HURATIO 

C. BUIUHABD. atep.); Fourth District — 
JOHN B. HAWLEV, (Rep ): Filth Dis- 
trict -BRADFORD N. STEVENS. (Dem.); 
Si.xth Di.strict- BURTON C.COOK. TRepj; 
Seventh District - J F^iSE A. MOORE, 
(Rep); Eiglitli District -JAMES C. ROB- 
INSON, (Dem.) : Ninth District— THOMP- 
SON W. McNEELEY, (Dem.): Tentii Dis- 
trict- EDWARD Y. RICE, (Dem.): Elev- 
enth District -SAMUEL S. MARSHALL. 
(Dem.): Twelilh District — JOHN B. HA\ , 
(Rep.); ThirteentU District — JOHN M. 
'^RKBS. (Don?.^ 



Indiana. 

First District-WILLI AM E. NIBLACK, 
(Dem.); Second District— MICHAEL C. 
KERR, (Dem.); Third District — WIL- 
LIAM S. HOLMAN.(Dem.); Fourth Dis- 
trict- JA.MKS M. WILSON, (Ri-p.); Filth 
District- JOHN COBURN. (Ren.); Sixth 
Di.strict-DANIELW.VOORHEES.(Dem); 
Seventh Dislrict-MAHLON D. MAN.SEN, 
(Dem.); Eiglith District- JAMES N. lY- 
NER. (Rep.); Ninth Di.strict-JOHN P. C. 
SHANKS. (Rep); Tentli District- WIL- 
LIAM WILLIAMS, (Rep.); Eleventh Dis- 
trict- JASPER PACKARD, (Rep.) 

Iowa. 

First District -GEORGE W. McCRARY, 
(Rep.); Second District - A. R- (^OI/ION, 
(Rep.); Third District- W. G. DONNAN. 
(Rep.); Fourth District-M. M. WALDEN. 
(Rep.); Filth District - FRANCIS W. 
PALMER, (Rep.) : Sixth District —JACK- 
BON ORR (»ep.) 

Kansas. 

D. p. LOWE, (Rep.) 

Kentucky- 
First District-EDWARD CRESSLAND 
(Dem.): Second District-H. D. M( HENRY 
(Dem.); Tliird District - JOSEPH H. 
LEWIS (Dem.); Fourth District —WIL- 
LIAM B. REKD (Dem.): Filth Dislrict-- 
BOYD WINCHESTER (Dem.); Sixth 
Distnct-WILLIAME. ARTHUR (Dem.): 
Seventh District - JAMES B. BECK 
(Dem.); Eighth District -G. M. ADAMS 
(Dem.); Ninth District-JOHN M. RICE 
(Dem.) ^ 

Louisiana. 

First Dlstrict-J. H. SYPHER (Rep.): 
Second Dislrict-LIONEL A. SHELDON 
(Rep.); Third District-C. B. DARRELL 
(Rep.): Fourth District— JAMES Mo 
CLEARY (Rep.); Fifth District -J. D. 
WATKINS (Rep.) 

Maine. 

Fir't Di!?trict-JOHN LYNCH (Rep.): 
Second D.strlct — WILLIAM P. FRYE 
(Rep.): Third District- JAMES G. 
BLAINE (Rep.); Fourth District-JOHN 
A. PETERS (Rep.); Fifth District — ED- 
GENE HALE (Rep.) 



42 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Maryland. 

First Dlstrlct-JSAMUKL HAMBLT5TON 
(D(-m.): Second JJistricl — iSTKPHEN- 
SON ARCHEK (Dphi.); Third District- 
THOMAS SWANN (Df>m.); Fourth Dis- 
trict— .JOHN RITCHIE (Dem.) ; Fittli Dis- 
trict-WlLLIAM H. MERRICK (.Dam.) 

Massachusetts. 

First District — J A ME.S BUFFINTON 
(Rep.): Second District— OAK ES AMES 
(Keu ) ; Third Districl-GINERV TWICH- 
KLL (Rep.); Fourth District— SAMUEL 
HOOPER (Rep.): Flllh District-BENJA- 
MIN F. BUTLER (Ren); Si.xth District- 
NATHANIEL P. BANKS (Rep.) ; Seventli 
District— (iEOROE M. BHOOKS (Rep); 
Eighth District -GEORGE F. HOAR 
(Rep.): ^•inth District — WILLIAM B. 
WASHBURN (Rep.); Tenth District- 
UENllY L. DAWES (Rep.) 

Michigan. 

First District -HEXRY WALDRON 
(Rep.); Second District— WILLIAM L. 
STOUGHTOX (Hep.); Third District- 
A USTIN BLAIR (Rep ) : Fourth District- 
Vrtciincy, caused by election of Tlionias W. 
Ferry lor he Senate: Filth District— OMAR 
D. CO.VGER (Rep.); Sixth District-J.U. 
SUTHKRLAND (Dem.) 

Minnesota. 

First Distrlct-MARK H. DUNNELL 
(Rep.) ; Second District- JOHN T. AVERY 
vRep.) 

Mississippi. 

Five members. No election yet held. 

Missouri. 

First District— ERASTUS WELLS 
(Dem.); Second District— G. A. FINK- 
ELNBURG (Rep.); Third Dislrict-J, R. 
Mccormick (Uem.): Fourth District- 
H. E. HAVEN'S (Rep.): Filth District-S. 
S. BURDETT (Rep.); Sixth Di.strict-A. 
COMINGO (Dem.); Seventh District- 
LSAAC C. PARKER (Rep); Eighth Dis- 
trict-JOHN G. BLAIR (Dem.); Ninth 
District— ANDREW KING (Dem.). 

Nebraska. 

JOHN TAFFE (Rep.) 

New Hampshire. 

The election will be held In the spring. 
New Jersey. 

First District— JOHN W. HAZELTON 
(Rep.): Second District — SAMUEL C 
FORKER (Dem.); Third DIstrict-JOHN 
T. BIRD (Dem.); Fourtli District-JOHN 
HILL (Rep.); Fifth District-GEORGE A. 
HALSEY (Rep.) 

Nevada. 

C. W. KENDALL (Dem.) 

New York. 

First Dlstrlct-DWIGHT TOWNSEND 
(Dem.): Second District— THOMAS KIN- 
SELLA (Dem.): Third District— HENRY 
W. SLOCUM (Dem.); Fourth Di.strict- 
ROBERT B. ROOSEVELT (Dem ); Fifth 
District-WILLIAM R. ROBERTS Dem )• 
Sixth Di.strict — S. S. COX (Dem.); Seventh 
District -SMITH ELY, Jk. (DenD- 
EljjIithDistrict-JAMES BROOKS (Dem* •' 
Ninth District — FERNANDO WOOD 
(Dem.): Tenth Dlslrict-CLA RKSON N 
POITER (Dem.); Eleventh DtStrlct- 
CHARLES ST. JOHN (Rep); Twelfth 



District-JOHN H. KETCHAM (Rep); 
Thirteenth Disitrlct-JOSEPH H. TUT- 
HILL (Dem.): Fourteenth District— ELI 
PERRY (Dem.); Fifteenth Di.strict - 
JOSEPH M. WARREN (Dem.): Sixteenth 
District-JOHN KOGEltS (Dem ): .Seven- 
teenth DLstrict-\VM. A. WHEELER 
(Rep.); Eighteenth District— .JOM N ^t 
(.ARROLL (Dem.): Nineteenth District- 
ELIZUR H. PRINDLEdlep); Twentieth 
District-CLINTON L. MERRIAM (Rep.) ; 
Iwenty-tlrst District-E, H. ROBERIS 
(Rep.) ; Twenty-second District — Wl I^ 
LlAM E. LANSING (Rep.): Twentv-third 
District- R. HOLLAND DUELL (Rep); 
Twenty-lourth District-JOH.N E. SEE- 
LEY (Rep.): Twenty-lifth District-WIL- 
LIAM H. LAMPORT (Rep.) ; Twentv-sixlh 
District— MILO GOODRICH (Rep); 
'i'wenty-seventh District— H. BOAR D.MAN 
SMITH (Rep.): Twenty-eiglilh District— 
FREEMAN CLARKE (Rep); Twenty- 
ninth District-SE I H WA KEMAN (Rep ); 
Thirtieth Di.strict — WM. WILLIAMS 
(Dem.); Thirty-tirst District-WALTER 
L. SESSIONS (^Rep.) 

North Carolina. 

First District-CLINTON L. COBB 
(Rep.); Second District— CHARLES R, 
THOMAS (Rep.): Third District - 
ALFRED M. WADDLE (Dem.); Fourth 
District— LION H. ROGERS (Dem,): Fifth 
District-JAMES M. LEACH (^Dom); 
Sixth District-FRANCIS E. SHOBER 
(Dem.) : Seventh District— J. C. HARPER 
(Dem.) 

Ohio. 

First District -AARON F. PERRY 
(Rep.): Second District- JOB E STEVEN- 
SON (Rep.): Third District-LEWIS D 
CA.MPBELL (Dem.); Fourth District— 
J. F. McKINNEY (Dem.); Filth District— 
CHARLES L. LAMISON (Dem.); .Sixth 
District-JOHN A. SMITH (Rep.); Sev- 
enth District— SAMUEL SHELLAB.\R- 
GER (Rep.); Eighth District -JOHN 
BEATTY (Rep.); Ninth District - C. 
FOSTER (Rep.): Tenth District- WII^ 
LIAM F. LOCK WOOD (Rep.): Eleventh 
District-JOHN T. WIL.sON (Rep.); 
Twelith District— PHILADELPH VAN 
TRUMP (Dem.); Thirteenth District- 
GEORGE W. MORGAN (Dem.); Four- 
teenth District— JAMES MONROE (Rep.) ; 
Fifteenth District — WM. P. SPRAGUK 
(Rep.): Sixteenth District- JOHxX A. 
BINGHAM (Rep.): Seventeenth Distrlct- 
JACOB A. AMBLER (Rep.): Eisfhteenth 
District-WILLIAM H. UPSON (Rep.); 
Nineteenth District-JAMES A. GAR- 
FIELD (Rep.) 

Oregon. 

JAMES F. SLATER (Dem.). 

Pennsylvania. 

First District -SAMUEL J. RANDALL 
(Dem.); .Second District- J. V. CREELEY 
(Rep.): Third District — LEON A ItD DIV- 
ERS (Rep.) ; Fourth District-WILLIAM 
D. KELLEY(Rep.); Fifth District- A. C. 
HARMER (Rep.): Sixth District-E. L. 
ACKER (Dem.): Seventh District-WASH- 
INGTON TOWNSEND (Rep.); Eighth 
District -J. LAWRENCE GETZ (Dem.); 
Ninth District-OLIVER J. DICKEY 
(Rep.): Tenth District-JOHN W. KIL- 
L1NGER( Rep.); Eleventh District-.TOHN 
B. STORMS (T)em.): Twelfth District- L. 
D. SHOEMAKER (Rep.): Thirteenth Dis- 
trict- ULYSSES MEftCUR (Rep.); Four- 



EVENING JOUKNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



43 



teenth Dlstrlct-JOHN B. PACKER (Ilpp.) : 
Fifteenth District- P. J. HALDEMAN 
(Dem.): Sixteenth District — B. F. MY- 
EltS (Dem.): Sevenleenih District — R. 
MILTOX SPKAR(Dem.): Kielileenlh Dls- 
trict-KENRY SUEKWOOD (Dem:); 
Nineteenth l>Lstrlct-0. \V. SCOFIELD 
(K«'p.): Twentieth District — C. W. OIL- 
FILL AN (Rep.); Twenty Hrst District - 
HENRY D. FOSTER (Dem.) ; Twenty-sec- 
ond District - J AME.S S. NECiLEY (Ren.) ; 
Twenlv-third District - EBEN F:ZER Mc- 
JANKIN (Kep.) : Twentv-tburtli District— 
WILLIAM McCLELLAiS'D (Dem.) 

Rhode Island. 

Ea-stern District -BEN J. L. EAME.S 
(Rep.) : Western District- J. M. PENDLE- 
TON (Rep.) 

South Carolina. 

First District -JOSEPH H. RAINEY 
(Rnp.); Second District -ROBERT C. 
:>ELAROE(Rep.): Third District- ROB- 
ERT B. ELLIOTT (Rep.): Fourth Dis- 
trict - ALEX A NDER I. W^ ALLACE (Rep.) 

Tennessee. 

First District -R. R. BUTLER (Rep.); 
Second District -HORACE MAYNARD 
(Rep.): Third District — A. E. GARRETT 
(Hem.): Fourth District — JOHN M. 
BRKiHT (Dem.): FiClh District- ED- 
WARD I. OOLLADAY (Dem.); Sixth 
District — BAILIE PEYTON (Dem.) : Sev- 
enth District-W.C.WHITHORNE (Dem.): 
Eighth District-W.W.VAUOHAN (J)em.) 

Texas. 

No election has yet been held. 
Vermont. 

First Distrlct-CH ARLES W.WILLARD 
(Rep); Second District — LUKE P. PO- 
LANO (Rep.): Tliird District — WORTH- 
INOrON C. aMlTU (Rep.) 

. Virginia. 

First District -D. M. NORTON (Rep.): 
Second District — J A MI-JS H. PLATT 
(Rep.): Third District — CHARLE.S H. 
PORTER (Rep.): Fourth District — WIL- 
LIAM L. OWEN (Dem.) ; Fifth District — 



ALEXANDER RIVES (Rep.) : Sixth Dls- 
tricl-JOHN T. HARRIS (Dem.): Sev- 
enth District — E. M BRAXTON (Dem.); 
EiKhth DLstrict- WILLIAM TERRY 
(Dem.) 

West Virginia. 

First District -JOHN J. DAVIS (Dem); 
Second District- JAMES C. McCUtEW 
(Rep.); Third District -FRANK HERE- 
FORD (Dem.) 

"Wisconsin. 

First District -ALEXANDER MITCH- 
ELL (Dem.); Second District - O. W. 
HAZELTON (Rep.); Third Dl.strlct-J. 
ALLKS BARBER (Rep); Fourth Dis- 
trict -CHARLES A. ELDRIDGE(Dem.); 
Filth District -PHILETUS SAWYER 
(Rep.); Sixth DLstrlct — JERE. M. RUSK 

Recapitulation. 

6ENATK. 

Republicans,—. .W 

Democrats, - 17 

Total ^ „ ..„ 74 



HOUSK. 

Republicans 128 

Democrats !>7 

Vacancies, _ li' 

Total.- JrU 

or the Republicans, the followlnK are clas- 
sified as " Revenue Reformers/' by the 
Free Trader: Messrs. jiays, Alabama; I^o- 
can, Farweil.Farnsworth. Burcliard. Haw- 
lej'. Cook. Moore and Hay, Illinois; Wilson. " 
Coburn.Tvner, Shanks. Williams and Pack- 
ard, Indiana; McCrary. Colton, Dorman, 
Walden. Palmer and Orr. Iowa; Lowe. 
Kansas; Blaine. Maine; Twitcheil. Ma.ssa- 
chusetts: Walrtron and Slnnehton. Michi- 
pan: Averill. Minnesota; FinkleburR. Par- 
ker and Bhilr. Missouri ; St. John. Ketch- 
am, Goodrich and Clark. New York : Perry, 
Steven.son, Shellabarger. Beatty, Monroe, 
Sprague and Gartield, Ohio ; Stowell. Vir- 
ginia; audHazleton of Wisconsin— 43. 



ELECTION RETURNS, WITH COMPARATIVE VOTE. 
ALABAMA. 



I The Democratic State ticket was chosen. 
I The following was the official vote ou Con- 



Nomlnatlons: Governor — William H. 
Smith. (Rep.), R B. Llndsav. (Dem.): Lieu- 
tenant-fiovernnr— Pierce Burton, (Rep.), 
E. H. Moren. (Dem.) ; Secretary of State - 



gressmen : 
Dist. 

1, Turner 

Cumming, 



1870. 

18,U26 

12,879 

James T. Rapier, (Rep.), J. J. Parker, | Rep. maj..... 5,347 

(Dem.): State Treasurer— A. Bingham, 2. Buckley i9,M7 

(Rep.), J. F. Grant. (Dem.): Superintendent j Wolbourn, ... 15,8,31 
Public Instruction — N. B. Cloud. (Rep.), i Rep. maj., 

Joseph Hodgsi.n. (Dem.); Attorney General 3. Norris 

-Joshua Morse, (Rep.), J. W. A. Sandiord, 
(Dem.); Congress: First District— Benjamin 
S. Turner. (Rep.), S. J. Cumming, (Dem.); 
Second District — Charles W. Buckley, 
(Rep.). M. B. WelUJorn. (Dem.): Third Dis- 
trict - B. W. Norris. (Rep.), W. A. Handley, 
(Dem.); Fourth District — Charles Havs, 
(Rep.): J. O. Harris. (Dem.); Fillh District 
— L. J. Standefer. (Rep.). Peter M. Dox, 
(Dem.); Sixth Distrtet— B. O. Mastersou, 
(Rep.), J. H. Shloss, (Dem.) 



3,816 
9,50.8 

Handley 12.710 

Dem. m&i., 3,142 

4. Haves, 18,:r3 

Harris 16.540 

Rep. miO., - 1.8:n 

5. Standefer,...- 4,423 
Dox 9.98«i 

Dem. maj.,_ 5,563 

6. Maslerson,... 4,(m 
Shloss 9,221 

Dem. maj... 5,153 



1869. 

Buck, 14,191 

Mann 12.080 

Rep. maj... 2.111 

Buckley U,9.^ 

Worthy 10.786 

Rep. maj., 4.147 

Heflin 9,895 

Parkinson,... 9,652 

Rep. maj., 243 

Hays, _ 17,243 

Reed 6,228 

Rep. maj., 12,015 

Haralson, 4,933 

Dox,„ 6,047 

Dem. maj., 1,114 

Hinds,. .._ 2,836 

Sherrod 4,9.a 

Dem. maj., 2,0% 



1 
44 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 


Al.\bama — ContiQued. 




^187CV-_, ^18».9-_, 


,—1808 — . 


^-1870— < .—1869 — . .— 18C8 — ■ 


COUNTIES. Congress. Congress. 
R. I). R. 1). 

Franklin 444 1312 310 946 

JeffL-rson 247 1016 411 479 


President. 


COUNTIES. Congress. ConBreR*. President 
FirHDiHt. R. I). R. D. R. D. 


R. 

90 
4'?M 


■619 
6" 


nnhhvSn 532 5-56 393 


321 558 673 


Lauderdale 439 658 


ri78 


14;^t-. 


Clarke 64ti I HI 6.59 


903 502 11 00 


Lawrence,.... 1098 1.322 826 951 


692 


13(2 


Conecuh W? 113S 620 


596 843 m> 


Limestone.... 789 1096 STo 654 


,?55 


1177 


CoviiiRton, 50 


3;55 .... 534 


.Marion 68 529 126 46 






DalUus 7372 2095 6770 

KscMinbia 115 


1316 7137 1779 


Morgan 454 1021 477 483 


519 


673 


386 


Walker, 188 639 184 296 


28-^ 


289 


Moliile 4fi;^9 4637 3760 


5164 5200 6K8 


Winston, 233 44 


?84 


39 


Monroe 678 1300 166 


1209 68 1196 








WagblnHton. 13 


3b0 104 17 


Official toUls, 4068 9221 2911 4932 


.^>34 


7785 


Wilcox, 2W5 


1470 3396 1484 












Totals State, 74305 77167 66217 48380 


7tm^ 


71412 


Officialtotals 18226 12879 U191 12080 17858 14392 








Second Dist. 




ARKANSAS. 






Barbour 3473 2210 2885 


1363 3168 2210 


Congressmen, only, were chosen in this |j 


Bullock, .... 25^12 1548 2005 


820 2103 1634 


State. The following were tbe 


nom.n.i- || 


Uufler 691 1828 514 


1282 724 1823 


tious: 






Coffee 216 708 80 

CrensLaw, ... 130 1173 121 

Dale 349 

Geneva, 59 

Henry 374 1629 460 


465 75 m 
905 90 1214 
770 346 1205 
112 

8.13 410 1305 


Dist. Rep. Dem, 
1,... Lojran H. Roots,- J. M. Hanks. 

2.. . O. P. Snyder A. A. C. Rogers. 

3,... Thomas Roles John Edwards. 




I^wndes, .... 3554 1192 2830 


816 3339 1171 


The following majorities are reported : 1 1 


Montgomery 5307 


1729 6770 2319 


. 1S70 « r- 


-ISG8--- 


Pike 4:^5 1823 323 


1685 i;6 1M3 


Congre-ss. Congress. li 
R. D. 11 J). 11 




Official totals 19047 15831 14933 10786 17281 15337 


1st District 1189 


ri.ii 


6678 1 


Third Dint 
Charabers,... 12t:7 1609 769 


1035 1505 1443 


2d District, 43t0 


y2;i2 
mi 


6518 
5.i80 


3d District, 1215 




Clay 173 848 245 


657 256 619 


TotaLs, 4360 2404 21920 


18746 


Coosa 616 1110 601 


829 635 937 








Klmora, l:W3 IS^S 1211 

Lee, 16'57 1943 1318 


899 12b2 1197 
1417 16.50 1727 
877 2327 1075 


CALIFCRNIA. 


^180*--^ 


Macon. 1701 1240 2043 


Randolph, .. 625 682 581 


499 678 625 


Sup. Court Judges. 


President. | 


Husseli 8.% 


757 1745 12;'.0 


H. D. R. n. 


R. 


I). 


t Talladega, ... 1751 1620 1793 


1011 1771 1212 


Alameda 944 684 604 9^1 


1800 


1203 


Tallapoosa,.. 415 2i'^3 438 


1771 340 20''3 


Alpine 103 66 88 71 


l.i4 


67 






.\mador, 625 852 608 854 


1110 


1224 


Official totals f568 12710 9895 


9652 11769 12108 


Butte, 781 950 782 943 


1279 


1245 


Fcmrih DisO 




Calaveras,... 579 756 662 776 


1143 


1050 




Colusa 189 5>«3 188 584 


3.09 


6'.'9 


Autauga 1587 907 K'OO 


123 1405 851 


Contra Costa, .V27 326 510 325 


1091 


73S 


Haker, 122 


31 


Del Noite.... 132 173 131 174 


162 


J 73 


Pibb 2^3 969 338 


338 492 732 


Kl Dorado,... 805 1101 798 1108 


1076 


1K83 


Choctaw, 1038 1078 604 


90 925 1113 


Fresno 23 210 22 213 


72 


381 


Fayette 289 W,9 173 


232 202 434 


Humboldt,... foO 415 651 422 


709 


607 


Greene 1790 1825 2876 

llalc, 3199 1195 3021 

Marengo, 2492 


275 2927 869 
487 S297 m 
197 2793 1879 


Inyo,. .. 55 74 52 75 


113 

208 
137 


100 
442 

187 


Kern, 44 186 84 194 


Klamath 69 136 66 141 


Perry 3002 1355 3209 

Pickens 9.j9 


494 3733 1336 
711 531 1497 


Lake, 91 314 44 370 


248 
210 


454 
122 


Lassen 118 105 115 109 


Sandford, 152 


136 164 544 


Los Angeles,. 430 1292 406 1.S20 


748 


i;36 


Shelby, 617 1172 368 


395 799 839 


Marin .327 326 2^9 3i^ 


6'48 


433 


Sumter 1137 2055 2831 

Tuskaloosa, . 706 1802 508 


126 2516 1409 
1198 1167 13b3 


Mariposa 242 370 225 386 

Mendocino,.. 329 691 32:i 692 


4.'fi 


6(3 
1002 


621 






Merced, 55 214 53 215 


.98 


272 


Official totals 1^73 16540 193.54 


4883 21051 13812 


Mono, 107 79 104 82 


148 


89 


FiM Dist. 




Monterey 443 616 414 636 

Napa 379 423 350 448 


680 

7.i2 


603 
684 


Calhoun 835 1907 442 


.798 600 1274 


Neveda 1472 1774 1464 1793 


3014 


2455 


Cherokee,.... 235 1455 246 


809 167 913 


Placer 1174 1030 1145 1061 


1987 


1233 


Cleburne 231 


112 403 ?.90 


Plumas, 418 406 405 421 


712 


654 i 


1)6 Kalb, 457 


2.33 492 SOO 


Sacramento.. 1847 1910 1830 1928 


3207 


226 1 


Etomah, 290 




SanBern'rd-o 180 273 119 282 


26:^ 


378 ! 


Jackson, 452 16:^7 46-5 


1011 539 15*1 


SanDiaeo. .. 147 209 140 274 


129 


235 ! 


Madison, 2142 


1847 1535 21.56 


San Francisco 6128 6^72 4912 8093 121 -fi 18582 !| 


Marshall 259 


402 422 615 


San Joaquin. 1194 1^87 1170 1417 


2101 


IS'57 


8t. Clair 494 779 401 


202 632 429 


S'nLuisO'spo 370 4f^ 362 414 


373 


345 






San Mateo,.. 315 250 327 254 


628 


417 


Official totals. 4423 9986 4933 


6047 4790 7718 


S'lita Barbara 437 6:« 444 622 


428 


301 


Sixth DistA 




.Santa Clara,. 1460 1632 1416 1717 


2307 


2330 




8ant»Cruz,.. 601 370 642 434 


1133 


737 


niount 108 672 230 


475 275 401 


Shasta 485 45.1 482 454 


638 


551 


Colbert 


.... 39 1241 


Sierra, 745 687 718 614 


1328 


794 


1 Tveo Republican candidates In this district In IS^fi, 





EVENIN-a JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



46 



Califobxia 


— Continued. 










^ 


1863 


, 


^1868-^ 


C0UNTIK3. 


Sup. 


Court JudK 


es. 


President 




H 


1). 


i{. 


D. 


K. 


1>. 


SIskJyou. 


■)3H 


Htiy 


h'lA 


875 


835 


918 


Solano, 


II7!» 


8n-J 


117« 


8ri9 


1»41 


1443 


Sonoiuftt.. ... 


%v-* 


\hiA 


l)l.i 


1541 


1799 


2402 


Stitiiislaus,... 


IM 


■H6 


190 


450 


3a0 


642 


.Sutter 


875 


•171 


i{.i6 


4^ 


0!>1 


561 


Tehanin, 


206 


2!>3 


210 


294 


351 


398 


Trinity 


3H;5 


;^()i 


3;;2 


a7;i 


505 


;j91 


Tulare 


lrt5 


«H.i 


142 


405 


33.!J 


679 


Tuolumne,... 


(■.;i5 


W>,> 


6oi; 


697 


994 


1115 


Yolo 


r.()7 


901 


507 


904 


995 


lUOl 


Yuba 


899 


«3» 


&S5 


885 


1331 


1112 



Totals... 30036 36692 28705 389117 54592 54078 

CONNECTICUT. 

The Ibllowing l3 the official vote on each 
candidate for State office: 
Gov. —.Tames E. English, (Dom.), ... 44,128 

Marshall Jewell, (Kep.), 43,285 

Lt.-a— Julius Hotchkiss, (Dem.), 44,134 

Morris Tvler, (Kep.) 43,219 

Sec S- Thomas M. Waller. (Dem.), 44,000 

lliram Appleman, (Kep. ),..._ 43,284 
Tres.— Charles M. Pond, (Dem.) 44,108 

David P. Nichols, (Kep.) 43.324 

Com.- .Seth S. Logan. (Dem.), 44,043 

James W. Manning, (Kep.),- 43,297 

^-1870— ^ .—1869 — , , — 1808—^ 

Governor. Governor. President. 

K. D. R. D. R. D. 

irartfonl, .... 9060 9164 

.New Haven, , S«93 11279 

New London, 5240 4581 

Fairfield 7151 7783 

Litchfield, ... 4393 4688 
.Middlesex,... 2954 2754 
Windham, ... 3366 20;;0 
Tolland, 2228 1849 



Total, 43285 44128 

HARTFORD 



Hartford 

Avon, 

HeHin 

Hlooinfield 

Bristol 

UurliiiKton 

Canton 

Kast Hartford, . 
Kast Windsor, .. 

Ka.st Granby 

Knfield 

Fannineton 

(ilaatenbury,.... 

Granby 

Haitland 

Manchester, 

Marlboroutrh, .., 

New Britahi 

I'lainville 

Rocky Hill 

Siinsbury, 

SouttiinKton 

South Windsor,. 

Sullield, 

West Hartford,, 
Wethersfleld, ... 

Windsor 

Windsor Locks, 



Totals 90C0 9164 9089 9167 

NRW HAVBS COU.STT. 

New Haven, 3036 J974 3363 "02> 

Bettiany, *>7 145 75 151 



9088 


9617 


9931 


9924 


9606 11386 10722 


2192 


5664 


4710 


6;«6 


5299 


7569 


7961 


8614 


82;{5 


4485 


5059 


5130 


498,5 


3094 


2793 


3473 


2973 


3.528 


2167 


4167 


23:i5 


2454 


1836 


2622 


2009 


45493 45079 50995 47952 


COUSTT. 






.—1370-^ 


^-1868-^ 


Governor. 


President. 


U. 


I). 


H 


1). 


2859 


3411 


2766 


3275 


107 


90 


108 


75 


236 


190 


225 


202 


114 


170 


112 


184 


392 


401 


380 


399 


65 


KJ 


69 


165 


273 


162 


276 


204 


316 


2^0 


330 


26« 


226 


174 


242 


191 


70 


115 


67 


129 


404 


2:)5 


391 


2.58 


222 


2(K) 


400 


291 


340 


'm 


3.18 


3,58 


181 


1,56 


213 


152 


57 


^(1 


71 


97 


3h0 


S-^-t 


369 


212 


46 


58 


51 


72 


790 


7;« 


792 


671 


164 


96 






82 


113 


83 


109 


175 


ll>5 


148 


182 


.358 


378 


370 


425 


147 


187 


154 


186 


310 


^^-i 


355 


•m 


164 


92 


162 


100 


a-)l 


1K3 


2,53 


206 


197 


267 


212 


271 


i:;4 


193 


121 


179 



^—1870-^ /— 1868— > 

C0UNTIE3. Governor. President. 

R. D. It. L). 

Branford 151 312 177 310 

Cheshire, 194 201 196 227 

Derby 581 598 &)3 590 

Kast Haven 267 225 278 225 

Guilford &<6 231 324 268 

Hamden 180 295 220 302 

Madison, 244 214 242 229 

Meriden, 1059 777 1061 759 

Middlebury ^ 83 46 85 47 

Milford •'324 377 322 391 

Naupatuck 189 283 M 292 

North Bran ford 116 93 122 84 

North Haven, 165 147 183 145 

Oranse, 211 158 241 164 

Oxford 114 149 118 162 

Prospect, 65 53 62 49 

Seymour, 168 206 192 2:;0 

Soulhbury 126 177 133 170 

Walllngford 241 351 285 366 

Waterbury, 8>:0 1151 940 1082 

Wolcott, 46 59 49 68 

WooJbridiie 104 57 104 55 

Totals 8893 11279 9606 11386 

NBW LONDON CODNTT. 

New London, 751 644 798 624 

Norwich, 1317 lu89 1404 ll:i2 

Bozrah, 94 71 107 64 

Colchester 248 217 265 238 

East Lyme 130 123 128 142 

Franklin, 81 80 74 91 

Gris'vold, ??6 140 237 l:i3 

Groton 393 316 463 326 

Lebanon, 24i. 113 255 136 

Ledyard, 128 156 145 139 

Lisbon 54 71 50 72 

Lyme 134 102 154 P5 

.Montville 177 132 212 136 

North Stonington, 2:V2 129 253 174 

Old Lyme 108 133 101 122 

Preston, 162 248 152 267 

Salem 81 91 91 73 

Sprasue, 88 156 103 15V 

.StoniiiKton 427 395 509 394 

Waterfoid 157 175 163 205 

Totals, 5240 4881 5664 4710 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn 173 104 177 97 

Ashford 120 150 149 165 

Canterbury 164 139 .83 175 

Chaplin, 8: 76 83 93 

K;wlford 129 80 129 81 

Hampton, 113 83 111 85 

KlIlinKly, 492 279 495 292 

I'laii.field 277 218 315 223 

Pomfiet, 159 79 163 ^2 

Putnam 311 131 316 12:^ 

Scotland 81 61 86 60 

Slerlins 109 68 113 81 

Thompson 295 109 337 133 

Voluntown 112 84 119 98 

Windham 411 2-53 42:i 245 

Woodstock 342 116 379 134 

Totals, 3366 2030 3528 2167 

KAIRFIBLD COUNTY. 

Brldeeport 1396 1631 1501 1569 

Fairfield, 3.84 501 437 475 

Bethel, 238 208 205 165 

Brookfleld, 88 127 103 149 

Darien 135 115 UK) 109 

Danbury 766 618 800 775 

Easton 121 152 125 150 

Greenwich 401 549 436 5«» 

Huntinston. 154 144 153 l»i5 

Monroe, 117 154 126 170 



46 


EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 




CONNKCTICCT- 

COUNTIES. 


- Continued. 

Gove 
R. 
257 


70-^ ^1«( 
rnor. Presii 
D. K. 
2.>4 258 
m 62 
370 229 
79 i 9J4 
169 179 
193 219 
5-57 682 
10:5 76 
2:13 275 
163 125 
135 64 
313 198 
196 212 

7783 7509 

T. 

908 68.1 
265 199 
163 192 
98 VM 

85 195 
161 132 

135 l;« 
19:1 312 

121 245 
132 75 

62 119 
90 138 
178 2:14 
95 166 
68 13! 

2754 3094 

149 157 
52 64 
72 50 

107 74 

131 215 
137 169 
117 148 
152 246 
140 161 
357 375 

71 94 
285 566 
79 140 

im 2459 

T. 

300 278 
187 172 
93 79 
152 42 
154 86 
117 134 
1«3 173 

86 133 
68 133 

174 145 
90 67 
201 29:1 
3^1 327 
167 119 

132 152 
2*1 446 
115 91 
411 18 
2!»0 163 
220 323 

60 72 
18-5 1.52 

122 227 


^8-^ 
lent 
D. 
2:» 
112 
444 
774 
162 
197 
616 
106 
237 
162 
152 
300 
174 

8596 

16' 
96 
107 
159 
129 
224 
132 
149 
58 
101 
167 
89 
77 

27^ 

147 
66 
71 
107 
137 
141 
132 
180 
143 
3.50 
58 
227 
77 

18.39 

344 

173 
95 
1K6 
198 
136 
204 

188 
103 
226 

408 

195 

109 
297 
140 
394 
3:12 
242 
75 
194 
117 


COUNTIKS. 
\Vincliester, 


/— 1870-^ 

Governor. 

R. D. 

.. . 3!i2 331 


^18<»-^ 

President. 

R. I). 

417 173 

243 206 


Woodbury 


2:14 IH6 


New Fairfield,.,. 

Newtown 

Norwalk 

Redding, 


69 

223 

937 

159 


Total 

DEL 

Governor. T. B. 

Congress Josh- 

Kent 

Newcastle 

Sussex, 


4393 4688 4485 6059 

AWARE. 

Rep. Dem. 
Coursey, Jas. I'ender. 
T. lleald. Benj. T. Biggs. 

— 1870 — > _l«K8— V 

Governor. President. 

R. n. R. n. 

.. 2.374 3.315 1.52:1 2.878 
.. 6.398 5.355 4.217 4.9(3 
.. 2.208 3.t)89 1.883 3.139 

. 9,980 12,459 7.623 10.980 

2.479 

In 1868, 3 257 


Rldgefleld, 


194 


StHinford, 


607 


Sherman 

.^'tratford 


81 

2^ 


Truinljull,. ...... 


117 




48 




193 


Wjfton 


180 


Totals 7151 

1IIDDLB3KX CODST 

Middletown 717 

Hadd.im 157 

Cliatliam, 171 


Total 

Pender's majority,. 
Seymour's majority 

Kent, 

Newcastle, 


^1870— s ^1868-^ 

Congress. Congress. 

R. I). R. I). 

.. 2,346 3.345 1..5:15 2.861 

. 5,427 5,414 4.218 4.964 

.. 2,227 3.675 1.883 S.136 

..10,000 12.434 7.636 10.961 

2.4.34 

68 3 325 


(Chester, 


136 


Clinton 


182 


Cromwell 


124 




l:i3 




2H5 




232 


Sussex 


Killiiigworth,. .. 

Middlefidd, 

Old Snybrook, ... 

I'orfliirid, 

Saybrook, 


60 

120 

135 

217 

175 


Totals, 

Bisfgs' majority. 

Biggs* majority m 18 

FL 

Lt.-Gov...... Sam'l 

Congress,.., John ( 
Vote (I 

^"' 

AlachuR 1281 

Bak^r, 36 

Brevard, 

Bradford 143 

Calhoun 

Clay 47 

Columbia, ... 487 

Dade 

Duval, 898 

Kscambla, ... 668 

Franklin 81 

Gadsden 846 

Hamilton,... 130 
Hernando.... 132 
Hillsborough, 87 

Holmes, 6 

Jackson 878 

Jefferson, 1374 

Lafayette, 

Leon, 1543 

Levy 86 

Liberty 66 

Madison 1239 

Manatee 

Marion 1058 

Monroe, 

Nassau 510 

Orange 17 

Polk, 

Putnam 229 

Santa Rosa,.. 246 

St. Johns 183 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

V<^li,a(Q 4(9 


ORIDA, 

Rep. 

J. Dav. W. D. B 
). Walls, Sam'l I 
< canvassed. 


Dem. 

loxhnm. 
. Niblack 

^1868-^ 

Governor. 

K. I). 

1528 234 

75 75 

104 'ifi 

70 141 

118 15 

676 260 

10 5 

146 440 

824 2-29 

108 173 

1108 61C 

315 364 

195 91 

116 166 

44 80 

1310 561 

1616 6:19 

124 35 

1096 457 

85 81 

88 97 

12»8 515 

47 17 

1144 22:1 

224 312 

34 66 

37 107 

19 106 

270 198 

2.55 188 

151 2»3 

102 111 

266 148 

88 IM 

",rt P6 


Westbrook 

Totals, 


110 

29.54 


TOLLAND COO.VTT 

Tolland 134 

Andover, 63 

Bolton, 45 


ress. Lt.-Gov. 
D. R. D. 
694 1275 702 
176 36 175 

'458 '152 '453 

'187 '"68 "ill 
694 616 680 

*47i '904 '462 
439 572 441 
134 81 133 
8:17 848 837 
4:50 132 429 
318 134 313 
373 91 365 
193 4 201 
874 874 877 
546 1373 547 

'562 iisi '655 
815 96 302 
l:l4 66 131 
625 1239 625 

*377 ib5'7 *37'7 

'369 '613 '367 
324 45 299 
284 .... VA 
193 229 193 
314 246 314 
339 182 340 

"m "« '183 


Culumlda, 


67 


Coventry, 


183 




137 




131 


Mansfield 

Somers, 


242 

140 

335 


Union, 


Hi 


Vernon 532 

Willlngton 125 

Total 2228 

LITCnnELD COUNT 

Litchfield 239 

Barkhamsted 150 




82 




84 




8» 


Colebrook, 

Cornwall 

Gosliei), 


132 

152 

115 


Harwinton, 


127 


Kent, 


148 




&4 




268 


New Milford, . 


.. 307 


North Canaan, . 
Norfolk 


120 

139 


Plymouth, 

Hoxbury 

Salisbury,! 


431 

84 

212 




147 




317 




66 


Washington. ... 
Waterltjwn, ..... 


146 

207 












1 Repub 


'cans did not vote. 







EVENINO JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



47 



Florida — Continued. 

, 1870 > ^— 1860~x 

COUNTIES. Conrresa. Lt. Got. Uovernor. 

R. D. R. f>. I{. I). 

Wakulla 178 801 178 301 2i» 163 

NValN.n 27 395 27 393 48 203 

WHsliiiiKton 270 .... 273 108 189 

Total 12439 11810 12-W6 11832 1-1170 7>'52 

The returns from nine counties (Hrcvnrd, 
CallioMti. |);ide, Lnfayette, M:matee, Monroe, 
Funimit, Suwannee, aixl Taylor) were not c in- 
vanseil by the Hoard of Canvaj^ers, on account 
of infiirinalilies ami non compliance with tlie 
law. The Hoard met anil Canvassed the returns 
tn diiireKard of writ of injunction of State court 
forbidding tbem to do so. 

Vote a» returned. 
The followlnir statement includes the vote of 
counties thrown out by the State canvassers ; 
R. D 

Lt..Gor 12,485 12,714 

CoHBresa 12.t)03 12.».72 

GEORGIA, 

The election in this Stftte took place on 
the 20th, 21st and 22d (\a.ya of December. 
The followine wore the candidates : 

REPUBLICANS. 

DlBt. XLTst Congress XLIId Congress. 

1 Riclmrd H. White, VirKil Hillj'er. 

2 H. H. Whitelpy R. H. Whiteley. 

3 Marion Bethune,... John S. Bigby. 

Jefferson F. Long, Thomas J. Speer. 



Simeon W. Beard, Enhraim Tweedy. 

William R. Bell.... William R. Bell. 

George P. Burnett, George P. Burnett 

DKUOCRATS. 

A. T. McIntjTe, ... W. W. Paine. 

Nelson lift Nelson Tift. 

Wm. F. Wright,...- Wm. F. Wright. 

W. J. l^awton, W. J. Lawton. 

Wm. M. Reese, ...- R. W. Curswell. 

Wm. P. Price.- Wm. P. Price. 

P. M. B. Young,-... P. M. B. Young. 



The following Is the latest inrormatlon, 
at the time of going tQ press: 

rirst Dixtr id — Democrat, both terms. 

Hfcnnd District— Democrat, both terms. 

'Jhird Z>M/r/ct — Republican, both terms. 

Fourth Z)ijr?r*cf— Republican, both terras. 

Piflh DMric/f- DemocTRl, bfitli terms. 

hixth District- Democrat, both terms. 

Seventh. /Xjt/ric/— Democrat, both teims. 

The Democrats have elected three- fourths 
of the members of the Legisluture. 

ILLINOIS. 

Candidates : Treasurer—Erastns N. Bates 
(Rep.); Charles Kldgley (Dem.) Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction — Newton 
Bateman (Rep.); Charles FernsI (Dem.) 
Penitetuiary Commissioners— Elmer Wash- 
burn (Rep.); F. I. Stermun (Dem.); Caspar 
Butz iRep.) ; T. Redmond (Dem.) 

CONORKSS. 

First District— C. B. Farwell (Rep.); John 
Wentworth, (Ind. Rep.) Second Dis- 
trict—John F. Farnsworth (Rep); Rich- 
ard Bishop (Dem.) ; Jonathan C. Stoughton, 
(Prohib.) Third District — Horatio B. Bur- 
chard (Rep.); Charles Betts (Dem.) Fourth 
District -John B. Hawley (Rep,): P. I* 
Cable (Dem.) Fifth District — E. C. Inger- 
soll (Rep.): R. N. Stevens (Dem.); T. B. 
Ives. (Prohib.) Si.-ith District — Burton C. 
Cook (Rep.); Julius Avery (Dem.) Seventh 
District — Je.sse II. Moore (Rep.); A. J. 
Hunter (Dem.) Eighth District —John H. 
Merriam (Rep.); J. C. Robin.son (Dem.): 
G. H.Mlnler (Prohib.) Ninth District— B. F. 
Westlake (Rep.): T. W. McNeeley (Dem.) 
Tenth District — J. W. Kitchell (Rep.) ; E. 
Y. Rice (Dem.) Eleventh District— W. H. 
Robinson (Rep.); S. S. Marshall (Dem.) 
Twelfth District — John B. Hay (Rep.); 
William Hartzell (Dem.) Thirteenth Dis- 
trict— D. W. Munn (Rep.); John M. Crebs 
(Dem.) At Large — John A. Logan (Rep.); 
William B. Anderson (Dem.); J. W. 
Nichols (Prohib.) 



, 1870 > 

COUNTIES. Cong, at large. 

R. D. Fro. 

Adams 3214 4258 89 

Alexander, 844 922 2 

Bond, 1109 625 .... 

Boone 1427 132 .... 

Brown 534 938 .... 

Bureau 2316 1652 296 

Calhoun 226 343 .... 

Carroll 1731 454 .... 

Cass 664 982 .... 

Champaign 2208 1460 .... 

Christian, 1109 1335 .... 

Clark 1103 1639 .... 

Clay 1137 1076 16 

Clinton 1118 1(M« .... 

Coles 1830 1961 .... 

Cook 2111.i 14126 .... 

Crawford 632 925 .... 

Cumberland 630 821 .... 

DeKalb 2136 689 .... 

De Witt. 1049 1179 87 

Douglas, 1029 1004 .... 

Dupage 1627 736 6 

Edgar 1921 2318 .... 

Kdwards, 713 .364 1 

Kffingham 736 1005 .... 

Fayette..., 1177 1399 .... 

Ford 646 3.58 1 

Franklin 846 1139 .... 

Fulton 2810 2174 6 

Gallatin 615 929 .... 



1868 . 

Cong, at I'ge. 

R. D. 

47b2 5518 

635 1098 

1557 776 

2046 306 

92« 1505 

3f?30 2311 

402 695 

2295 683 

1064 1413 

3242 2138 

2004 2:^02 

1545 1907 

1389 1344 

1557 1574 

2657 2253 

27441 19119 

1149 1478 

1006 1348 



1870 

Treasurer. 
R. D. Pro. 
3191 4275 94 

925 .... 

614 .... 

134 .... 

936 .... 
2342 1648 301 
22.5 843 .... 

451 .... 

994 .... 



, 1869- -> 

President. 
K. I). 



1119 
1433 
543 



1738 
444 



4774 
639 
1558 
2050 
930 
8844 
393 
2292 
1077 



5471 

lOftS 



1.502 
23i5 
702 



New Const. 
For. Agst. 
1309 2660 



2188 1471 
1114 1322 



lies 

1137 



1637 
1079 



1088 1223 

1831 1963 

21264 142:?3 

627 929 



1403 
2125 
2285 
1906 
1339 
1570 
2658 2247 
27527 19104 



1548 
1394 
1559 



3441 
1650 



887 
1343 



630 
2129 
1031 



819 .... 
588 111 
1178 96 



1362 1142 

2378 1161 

2291 2327 

887 425 

1018 16P0 

1704 2031 

920 373 

1014 128J 

S.527 4118 

697 1035 



mo 1004 

lft)2 734 

1924 2319 

713 863 

734 1002 

1104 1404 

646 860 



851 
242-3 
614 



1132 



1150 
1007 
3441 
1652 



2298 
888 
1021 
1711 
921 
1021 
3.559 
70* 



1477 
1344 

890 
1340 
1132 
1100 
2:i20 

421 
1690 
2029 

368 
1278 
4118 
1025 



3«2 
563 
898 
403 

20.59 
90 

1068 
493 

1R79 

1526 
871 
777 
65^? 

1089 

222:«» 

272 

3:« 

2105 



65 

82 
9 
456 
213 
148 

27 
4:« 
146 
245 
640 
243 
479 
630 
341 
6.33 
254 

27 



1051 2110 
608 178 



1005 
717 
203 



23 
924 
31 

801 
390 
6 
240 
1878 1652 
178 185 



632 
294 



43 


EVENING 


JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1871. 








IXLiNois — Cont 

COUNTIES. 
Greene, 


nued. 

Con. 

824 
9i»2 
616 
2565 
261 

2579 
1156 
1400 

613 

699 

8H7 
2271 

975 
3013 
1213 

737 
3007 
18(38 
3213 

661 
1741 
1648 
1535 
1867 
2673 
3119 
1744 
1186 
1048 

802 
2283 
1862 
3022 

821 
1:300 

471 
1479 
2173 

646 
17:52 
3180 
1016 

784 
1620 

990 

857 

441 
1578 

990 
240:3 

853 
2942 
1041 

868 

675 

763 
3772 
2154 
1806 

626 
1887 

664 
1917 
1440 
1329 

926 
2036 
3007 
1164 
2769 
1053 

168862 1 

24674 

allroad - 

against 






. 1858 . . 1870- 

Cong. at large. Treaaur 
R, 1). R. 1). 

1:363 25*<2 824 1545 
1955 970 997 386 

796 12.>7 349 923 
3585 3693 2562 2866 

559 452 255 416 
1301 1036 863 721 
44^^ 1762. 2.585 1154 
2763 1329 1155 680 
1291 1329 1379 1367 

867 11:36 607 846 
1110 1934 715 12.55 
1128 2007 883 1289 
2970 1901 2273 1372 
1212 620 970 604 
50:37 16-36 2979 1022 
2805 863 1234 439 

1948 540 739 171 
5093 2514 3021 1478 
2542 1094 1865 635 
6198 5472 3192 3771 
1072 1177 662 936 
3053 1550 1754 861 
3450 2132 1663 1421 
2504 1907 1526 i:382 
2743 2256 1875 1772 
3155 3451 2669 2ti33 
4180 3680 3118 3120 
2172 2205 1750 1930 
1930 1535 1180 975 
1671 1732 1062 1109 

881 618 801 667 
2927 27:36 2291 21')4 
329:3 1387 18^4 532 
5877 3873 3034 2267 
1059 1800 834 1043 
2068 }395 1304 958 

952 1355 464 833 
2157 2697 1479 1706 
2644 2784 2187 2275 

^59 1148 650 807 
3664 1509 1746 743 
4146 4208 3195 2962 
1569 908 1042 778 
1260 776 778 5^9 
2777 3330 1634 2329 
1135 595 988 658 

.535 646 847 665 

762 490 444 329 

1949 1907 1580 1608 
1334 1:356 977 KXW 
2334 1924 2409 1739 
10i8 1159 849 1094 
3399 4893 2948 3794 
1312 1757 1048 1178 
1132 1135 868 1124 
im 2082 665 1215 
1382 715 760 494 
4780 3306 3718 2304 
32:33 2:393 2159 1929 
2679 2789 1804 1832 

9.32 1795 612 1512 
8076 2060 1890 1457 

766 m 664 750 
2796 1922 1927 1215 
1853 1286 1439 1019 
1518 1589 1324 1341 
1069 1760 920 1665 
3555 1461 2a50 888 
4210 3149 3006 2394 
140G 1349 1157 1241 
4558 9t« 2764 427 
1874 22:30 1652 1477 

49422 199789 167669 14490.3 

49633 22761 

0; against. 21,309; majorit 
jority. 28,941. 




, I8C8 V 

President. New Const. 
R. D. For. Agst. 
1363 2.569 918 2:37 
1903 966 1114 92 
809 1281 2ii2 171 
3596 3687 1716 1314 
342 450 25 130 
1309 10:30 761 222 
4483 17.56 2014 »$8 
2764 1325 1731 88 
1303 1333 3M 594 
871 11:34 176 375 
1116 19:30 470 6«J5 
1131 l!t93 557 498 
29S0 1892 1461 102 
1234 1612 2:52 59 
5047 1653 2981 48 
2808 867 1224 283 
1955 5:35 1030 47 
5105 2496 2i.i;8 251 
2545 1090 H07 24 
6231 54:39 4236 156 
1(;74 1175 361 i;i5 
3065 1.542 1716 89 
3448 21:52 2004 88 
2515 1902 958 3^8 
2771 2236 1:373 217 
•31.53 3431 1977 263 
4192 3653 2207 3;t4 
2186 2190 1196 858 
1934 1532 907 90 
1677 1719 814 463 
883 614 155 217 
2906 2721 1143 12:32 
32!»6 1380 2151 34 
5895 3853 4233 1^ 
1066 1295 600 279 
2078 i:388 9:38 230 
966 1345 531 3d 
2173 2700 1903 10:57 
2603 2773 1713 318 
857 1146 3^)9 84 
3666 1507 22(»1 70 
4213 42-53 2050 556 
1581 902 &42 124 
1265 773 745 130 
2775 3319 914 1609 
1151 59:3 164 46 
6:54 645 246 41 
765 487 469 43 
1943 1897 718 851 
1:3:37 1355 515 208 
2335 1913 1209 79 
1042 1143 407 158 
4411 4875 2.501 706 
1311 17.56 529 1071 
1135 1127 417 6.57 
1853 2977 1193 675 
13»4 705 609 65 
4814 3269 2270 64 
32:33 2:589 1905 123 
2728 27:35 1347 193 
956 1796 193 KH) 
3285 2054 13.34 1:32 
7t>4 831 202 177 
2808 1918 1464 116 
1861 1283 643 116 
1525 1.531 514 892 
1076 1753 293 378 
3569 1444 2610 69 
4223 Si;34 2148 1126 
1416 1338 282 356 
4.367 951 21)^9 19 
1803 2246 1272 202 

S0293 199143 134198 36440 

93758 

611. Minority represent- 


. at large. 

I). Pro. 
1542 .... 

387 19 

916 .... 
28tW .... 

414 .... 

,S -ii 

586 26 
1359 .... 

M5 .... 
1244 6 
1286 .... 
1372 49 

612 .... 

9<t2 173 

4:;7 24 

172 .... 
1486 109 

632 88 
3778 486 

938 .... 

863 68 
1443 36 
1370 144 
1776 . .. 
2635 7 
3123 .... 
1946 76 

971 38 
1113 .... 

670 1 
2405 4 

523 .... 
2275 428 
1045 .... 

960 2 

831 .... 
1703 .... 
2279 .... 

805 .... 

761 486 
2962 .... 

783 .... 

585 .... 
2223 3 

661 .... 

66:3 11 

383 84 
1618 .... 
1057 .... 
1740 1 
1093 .... 
3799 15 
1181 .... 
1123 .... 
1213 .... 

495 3 
2317 .... 
1928 1 
1843 96 
1512 .... 
1447 .... 

748 .... 
1215 .... 
1015 .... 
1341 .... 
1660 .... 

883 27 
2398 32 
1243 .... 

435 6-47 
1456 158 

44190 3444 S 

- For, 147,00 
,70,079; mm 

-r-r — r-r — 


er. 
Pro. 

7 
10 

"ii 

26 

"4 
■'51 

'i99 
4 
1 

112 
92 

612 

28 
147 

■"7 

'166 
41 

"■2 
'436 

"7i 
■■■4 
■■■3 

"is 

84 

"17 

.... 
102 

"28 
38 

"en 

164 
3712' 

r, 125 




Hamilton, 

Hancock, 


Hardin, 








Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson, 


Jersey 

Jo Daviess, 




Kankakee 

Kendall,. 




Lake, 


La Salle, 


jawrence, 


Lee, 

Livinpston, 


Mason, 


Macoupin,. .... 


Madison 

Marion 

Marsliall, 

Mason 


Massac, 

McDonoush, 




Afenard, 


.Mercer, 


MontRoinery, .... 


Moulton, 


Ogle, 


Peoria 

Perry, 

Piatt, 


Pike 

Pope, 

Pula.ski 


Kandolph, 

Richland, 


Hock Island, 

Saline. 


Sangimon, 

Schuvlwr, ... 


Scott, 

Shelby, 


Stark. 


St. Clair 






Union, .. .... 


Vermillion, , 

Wabash, 


Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

White 


Whiteside 

Will 


Williamson 

Winnebago, 

Woodford, 

Totals, 

Majority, 

Illinois Central R 
1 ation -For, 99,020 ; 



KVENlls^G JOtJKNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



49 



II 



, ItMxois — Continued. 

Superintendent nf Public J^nstruction — 
Batt-rrtMn (Rep). 1('.3,'24S: Penise (Dfin.), 
m.S07: B:Hemiin's mnjority. -23,411. Wilkins 
(Proliih ). rcceivi'd H.7K;J votes. 

Peniteiiliai-y Coniniissionors— Full Term, 
Waslil)urn (Uep.). IK6,02-J : Sherman (Dem.), 
14I,7.S4; Hinipson (Proliib.), :i,70l. VftCiincy, 
Bntr, (Hep.). Itts.WJ: Redmond (Dem.), 
HS,069; Smith (Probib.), 3,(583. 

,— 18:0— X , — 186S— , 
rOU\TIF3. CoiiBress. Congress. 

Fir,'<tDiiiU U. 1>. K. l>- 

Cook 2a342 T.0-2.5 27414 10213 

M;ij.iri»y for Karwell, 5,317 ; majority for Jutld 
In I»;8,*i,l8l. 

Second DM. R. D. T. R. D. 

L:ike 110(3 ia«3 76 24«1 1114 

Mclltnry 135S 469 543 3294 V^' 

Boone 75.5 674 110 2044 306 

Winnebiipo, 1544 1918 357 4511 930 

Krnie. 2-2.)0 11^9 744 49<tl 1H73 

UcKalb 1353 753 519 3404 697 

Tot ills 8366 2349 6J 16 20725 6307 

Plni:ilitv of Fiirnsworth over Sloughton, 
2,C-iO; majority for Farubwortb in 1866. 14,418. 
Tliird Dint. R. D. R. D. 

.To D:.viess 2.-507 1.372 2936 1904 

Steplienson 2111 1914 3209 240S 

(Enroll 1735 447 22«4 686 

Ozle 1778 754 3568 1605 

Wliiteside. 19t57 846 35:52 1466 

Lee 1820 856 3055 1.543 

Totals. llTli 6219 18584 9612 

M;ijority for Rnrch'ird, 5,499; majority for 
W:isliburne in 18U8, 8,972. 

Fonrtti DiHU 

Adams 3175 4313 46<»8 5.583 

Hancock 2518 2888 3587 3693 

Warren 1915 1226 2802 l!r22 

Hen.lt-rson 816 757 1302 1040 

Mercer 1284 973 2067 1393 

Kock Island 2315 1825 2823 1916 

Tot:il8, 12023 11982 17269 15547 

Majority for IIawle7,41 ; majority for Hawiey 
In 1868, 1.722. 

Fifth Di^t. R. D. T. R. I>. 

Peoria, 2714 3158 75 3941 4321 

Knox, 2098 2250 161 5041 2534 

SUrk 647 586 63 1;}51 717 

Marshall, 1098 1010 61 1921 1539 

Putnam, 390 364 91 752 488 

Uureau 1.596 2245 336 37iiO 2312 

llemy, 1520 1966 81 4225 1775 

Totals 996311579 "868 2099113616 

Plurality for Stevens, 1,616; majority for In- 
gersoll in 1868, 7,305. 

Sixth Dint. R. D. R. D. 

Will 2923 2418 4215 3147 

Kendall 719 1»0 1951 541 

La Salle 2877 3671 6.114 5259 

Grundy 971 395 19,53 9<j9 

Kank.ikee 1227 tJo 2en5 870 

Dupage, 1624 613 2370 1160 

Totals 10Q41 7712 19607 11946 

Majority for Cook. 2,629 ; majority for Cook 
in 1868, 7,661. 
SettnVi DisL 

Troqnols 1163 585 3761 1329 

Ford 617 377 919 373 



^.1«70-^ ,— 1868— « 

COUNTIES. ConRr*-?!!. Congre.M. 

\\. I>. l:. 1). 

Vermillion l.'<44 1470 .^OiSg 2072 

Macon »78(i 1X27 27;;9 22Jfl 

('liampuiRn 2117 154J 3248 2i;W 

Piatt, 770 5X9 I2«2 775 

Monltrle, 6:10 Kll KA IHS 

F^lwir 1811 2404 22-^ 232S 

DoUKlaa, lOi-O 100:1 13^W 11-13 

• 'oles 1739 1975 2iil9 22.57 

Cuntberland, 613 8.15 971 1:^64 

Totals, {4*089 TJui 2^ 17171 

Mnjority for Moore, 671 ; mindrity for Moore 
in 186^,5,150. 

EighthDitst. R. D. T. R. D. 

I.ivinpston 1602 1487 39 3417 2134 

Woo.lford fc!U 15U 228 l^-Gl 2247 

Ta/.ewell 1H*<1 \W.\ 140 2ii61 27.')9 

McLean 25^86 2295 4:;8 5805 3910 

I.op.n 14K0 1:^71 203 2485 19-ri 

DeWitt 1014 1207 9.5 16:56 1345 

Sangamon 2811 3e9o 34 4298 \sm 

Totals 12418 13702 1175 22193 19309 

Plurality for Robinson over Merriam, 1,254; 
plurality for Culium in 1868, 2,884. 

Ninth DiHi. R. D. R. D. 

McOonouRh 2285 2410 2934 27:^0 

Tulton 2:58.5 2810 35:58 4115 

Schuyler 1039 11^6 1311 1758 

.Mason, 10:50 1121 1675 1727 

(;a58 565 !»V5 10'6 1410 

I5rown ...., 5.54 9:35 928 1.501 

Pike 1639 21S1 2775 3:W» 

Mena, 820 1053 1052 1299 

Total 10297 12G91 15279 17677 

Majority for McNeeley, 2,394; majority for Mc- 
Neeley in 1868, 2.598. 
TentJiDist. 

Bond 1119 513 1.553 77« 

Morean, 2206 2279 26c.O 2777 

Scott, 869 1118 1123 1139 

Calhoun, 227 343 3!<J (»6 

Jersey 891 1290 11:50 2007 

(Greene »:53 1541 1:565 2.58-.I 

Macoupin, 2651 26.50 3157 3451 

Montsromery 1460 1691 2m9 2706 

(-hristian 1104 1:520 20(»8 2:500 

Shelby. ... 663 1218 1850 2984 

Totals 12028 13963 XT^ 21420 

Majority for Rice. 1,835 ; migorlty for Burr In 
1868, 4,023. 
Eleventh Dist 

Clark 1090 IfSO 1544 M2 

Crawford 623 9:57 1148 1478 

.Jasper 454 ^52 P69 11:55 

ERinphara 731 1015 1016 HiP3 

Fayette, 1170 1411 1706 20;;;5 

Marion 1748 1971 2160 2206 

Clay 1144 1077 l:!''9 1;548 

Richland 8.56 1078 1;V29 l:5«53 

Lawrence, 664 935 1073 1179 

Wavne, 1007 1:591 1-504 1610 

.lefferson, 713 1269 llIO 1935 

Hamilton, 402 1044 788 1301 

Franklin, 842 1141 1007 1289 

Totals 11444 15771 16642 20475 

Mnjority for Marshall, 4,327; majority for 
Marshall in 1868,3,833. 

TueiM Ditt 

Madison, 3016 3078 4154 3691 

St. Clair 36r2 23-53 4596 3436 

Monroe, 447 856 941 1368 



50 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Illinois — Continued. 

^1870—N ,— 186»— . 

COUNTIES. CoPBress. Congress. 

K. 1>. 1{. D. 

Randolph, 1424 li365 1W5 1904 

Clinton KHio 1142 15;>1 l^fS 

Wiisliington 1289 103'J \>i\3 1347 

Totals 10903 10S26 14380 13338 

Rr;ijority for Hay, 77 ; majorit j for Ilay in 1868, 
1,642. 

TJiifteentfi'Dist. 

Perry 1000 8.31 1559 920 

Jackson 1357 1398 12!a 1345 

Union 612 1524 H39 1800 

Alexander, 804 957 &5») 1078 

Pulaski ' 844 674 643 6;^7 

Mnssac 799 681 863 633 

Johnson 1462 612 1178 662 

Williamson 1145 1255 1409 1347 

Pope 925 704 1110 607 

Saline 842 1105 1017 1169 

Hnrdin, 247 426 334 455 

Gallatin 589 949 679 1042 

White...., f-Ol 1684 1044 17«6 

E4lw«rd8, 701 378 880 4.34 

Wabash 638 769 759 849 

Totals 12866 13947 14261 14764 

JIajoHty for Crebs, 1,081 ; majority for Crebs 
in 1868, 50:^. 

INDIANA. 

Candidati's: Secretary of State— Max F. 
A. Hotfman (Rep.) ; Norman Eddy (Dem.) 
Auditor— John D. Evans (Rep.) ; J. C. Shoe- 
maker (Dem.) Trea-surer— Robert H. Mil- 
roy (Rep.); James B. RA-an (Dem.) At- 
torney-General—Nelson Trusler (Rep.) : B. 
W. H<inna(Dem.) Superintendent or Public 
Instruction— Barnabas C. Hobbs (Rep.) ; 
M. B. Hopkins (Dem.) 

CONGRESS. 

First District-H. G. Gooding (Rep.) ; Wil- 
liam F. Niblack (Dem.) Second District- 
George W. Carr (Rep.); Michael C. Kerr 
(Dem.) Third District— Henry R. Pcitchard 
(Rep); Williams. Holman (Dem.) Fourth 
District— James M. Wilson (Rep.) ; David 
8. Gooding (Dem.) Fifth District— John 
Ooburn (Rep.) ; Thomas Cottrell (Dem.) 
Sixth District— Moses J. Dunn (Rep.); 
Daniel W. Voorhees (Dem.) Seventh Dis- 
trict—Lewis Wallace (Rep.) ; Mahlon D. 
Manson (Dem.) Eighth District— James N. 
Tj-ner (Rep.) ; John T. ^^enderson (Dem.) 
Ninth District— J. P. 0. Shanks (Rep.); 
John Colerick (Dem.) Tenth District— 
William Williams (Rep ); Milo 8. Hascall 
(Ind. Dem.) Eleventh District— Jasper 
Packard (Rep.) ; 8. I. Anthony (Dem.) 

. 1870 — > , 1868 > 

COUNTIES. Sec. State. Governor. 

R. I). R. I). 

Adams 627 1076 647 1398 

Allen 3041 4977 2834 6505 

Dartholomew, 1863 2495 2011 2.')98 

Benton 606 636 62.^ 427 

Blackford 479 685 674 678 

Boone 2396 2204 2665 2407 

Brown, 346 974 428 1082 

Carroll, 1707 1838 1828 1849 

Ch88 2.353 2704 2358 2729 

Clarke, 1975 2573 1850 3186 

Clay, 1791 2041 1681 1953 

Clinton 1707 1952 1798 1812 

Crawford 960 1019 985 1011 

Daviess. 1572 1729 1625 1750 

Dearborn, 1658 2892 2180 8065 



1 1870 « , 186« . 

COUNTIES. gee. fctate. Go»ernor. 

U. I>. I{. I). 

Decatur, ... 2080 l«i5 2229 1982 

>«*k!<lb 1612 17H2 17117 17(54 

Delaware, 22^0 9«t0 2<)47 1115 

I)ul)oi9 389 \x2ii 476 1014 

KIkhait 2^81 2«09 2*97 2727 

J;!;'yt'«e 1311 mi 1477 1175 

{•Joy'.-,- 1-182 2268 1544 2700 

{■ountain ]i<:tj 2n78 IHIO 2045 

|^'«"»tlin )288 2517 1561 2820 

•l^ulton 1188 1.348 1256 1416 

Gibson, 1879 2067 IWO 1«67 

Grant 1858 1422 162«< 1615 

Greene, lf*76 20X4 1990 1W3 

Hamilton 2418 1092 2<hB 1407 

Hancock 1146 1781 1405 173.i 

Harrison, 1518 2070 1708 22(19 

Hendrick 2402 1430 2^71 1493 

llenr.v,. 2^67 1263 3379 1512 

Howard 1787 ll.o9 1991 1176 

Huntington, 1978 1924 20«2 2061 

Jackson, 1180 19.J2 13«9 Zm 

Jii-il'cr 745 469 75.3 410 

•lay. 1452 14-22 1542 1493 

Jefferson, 2486 2-266 2771 Z:V>i 

Jennings, 1666 1462 1»09 1467 

Johnson 1447 1990 1672 21.i4 

K':ox, 1664 2166 1736 2350 

Kosciusko 2382 H>i7 2ti08 1905 

Lnprrange I,i35 678 18t» 1093 

Liike 1394 761 1395 849 

Laporte, 2789 2540 291^7 2W6 

Lawrence 1093 14>4) 1756 1523 

Madison, 1662 2057 1933 2775 

Maiion 6a56 4938 6.=)83 68:2 

Mursjiall 1621 2045 1?16 2392 

MHrlin, 669 1300 835 11»2 

Miama 2015 2206 2156 2349 

Monroe 1457 1462 1485 1400 

Montgomery, 2407 2644 2iil6 2H86 

Morgan 1974 1696 2004 1535 

^ewton, 652 487 563 395 

Noble 2169 2033 2363 2166 

Ohio. 670 491 596 494 

Orange 1133 1.346 1291 1372 

Owen 1216 1834 1409 ls^53 

Parke 2085 1436. 2325 1361 

IJerry 1211 14.54 1308 1538 

Pike, 1167 1212 1382 1382 

Porter 1.586 1019 1791 1334 

Posey. 1363 2096 1901 2145 

Pulaski, 595 799 634 913 

Putnam 1803 2531 2180 2518 

Randolph, 26l6 1331 S0I7 Uxl 

Ripley 1966 19<r8 20H1 2232 

Kusli 2111 1880 2125 2019 

Scott, 691 844 684 912 

Shelby, 1967 2536 201t8 2&58 

Spencer, Hi58 1845 1949 1870 

Starke,... 323 342 309 370 

St. Joseph 2569 2108 2915 2234 

Steuben, J55O 657 1768 823 

Sullivan. 1187 24«5 1268 2443 

Switzerland, 1298 1291 1422 1257 

Tippecanoe, 3493 3381 3834 8400 

Tip.ton, 9(14 1206 972 1295 

Union. 870 625 900 680 

Vanderburgh, 3536 3007 3284 3311 

yermilllon 1180 910 1215 853 

VgO'-v •••••• 3360 3517 3;i33 3167 

Wabash, 2194 1321 2832 1886 

Warren 1294 755 1465 853 

Warrick 1326 1669 1565 ia«6 

Washington, 1346 1822 1600 2010 

Wayne 4008 2250 4289 2071 

JVells 912 1.397 1050 14.^ 

White 1074 1138 1105 1098 

Whitley 1121 1647 1336 1635 

Totals 167501 160009 171575 17C614 

MajoriUe*,.. .2508 961 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871 


51 




Indiana —Continued. 

The following is the vote on the remaVnder of 
the candidates: 

COUNTIES. R. D. Maj. 
Auditor, 157616 139859 2213 


CODNTIKS. 
Vermillion,. .... 


^1870^ ^1868-^ 
Congress. Congiees. 
K. I). R. 1). 
1170 905 I2I3 W8 
3323 3523 3323 3171 

15843 17268 16454 16583 
1,425 ; majority in 1868, 

698 544 619 437 

23><6 2171 2560 231^5 
1759 1848 1815 18(10 
H>v4 19C.6 Kf? 1819 
1794 20*^9 1764 2rG6 

2352 2H46 2554 272:5 
3354 35f0 3H95 3493 
1219 756 1423 867 

15146 16539 16117 16660 
893 ; majority for Orlb 

2318 2705 2361 2723 
im 1413 2045 1613 
S420 1082 2960 1407 
1729 1199 1993 11"^ 
16«7 2025 1927 2774 
2018 2181 2144 83t.2 
902 1204 96:3 1299 
2195 1320 2834 1-587 

15113 13149 17233 1494« 
964 ; majority for Pratt 

514 1120 «1 1403 
2835 5055 2834 6488 

473 686 567 679 
2264 99:3 2642 1118 
2860 1315 3377 1510 
1405 1444 1.522 1496 
2542 1378 29-<7 1495 

8Jt7 1402 UI27 1467 

13790 13396 15597 14658 
394; majority in 1868, 

. 1597 831 1705 1764 
2234 1216 2889 2733 
19-59 1470 2079 2063 

2353 1515 2601 1907 
1454 63 1823 11.32 
2046 1R57 2353 2170 
1439 606 17HtJ 824 
1048 1554 13.35 1636 

14130 9112 16551 14228 
votes. Williams over 
n 1868. 3,323. 

1165 1352 1255 1436 
742 m 752 411 
1:396 761 1396 foO 
2759 2.509 28M 2873 
1600 2061 1915 2391 
659 483 oW 395 
1534 1171 1795 13.32 
623 798 636 912 
823 343 308 370 
2701 19tH 2912 22,37 
1057 1140 1072 1061 

14459 13052 15489 14268 
1,407; majority in 1868. 




Vigo, 




Totals, 




Attomey-Genenil l.->7:Ki2 IH0(«7 27:'5 

Fuii't Public Instruction,., I.i69.>5 Vi'.mb 2:^80 
Supreme Judges, 156921 l.iW57 .3036 


Majority for Voorhee*. 

128. 

Sixth Dint 

Denton, 


; 


1568^5 159879 2994 
15t»1l 15?I867 3(Hk) 
150793 159713 2.920 

00KQRB8S. 

^1870— ^-1868-^ 

Congress. Congress. 

First DM. R. D. 11. D. 

Haviess, 1569 1731 1624 1749 

Gil.son 1873 206« l>»9rt If?! 

Knox 1560 2205 1729 2359 








Carroll 




Clinton 




Fountain 

Montgomery,,..... . 




Ti|)peCiinoe, 




Warren, 

Totals 




Majority for Manson, 
In 1^6«, 457. 

S^enth Dist 

Cass 

Grant 




Perry, 1192 1474 311 1536 




Pike lltiO 1215 V?fi% 13><1 




Posey 13H3 2117 1^97 2152 




Fpencer 1857 1«44 1951 \mi 

Vanderburit 3J62 3129 3274 3317 




Warwick 1291 1794 ]c63 1888 

Totals 15327 17577 16631 18116 


Hamilton, 

Harvard 




Majority for Niblack, 2,250; majority in 1868, 
1,485. 

Se<',ond Diti. 
Clarke 1958 2578 1852 3148 


Mi:imi 




Wabash 




Totals, 




Crawford, 944 995 9«0 1014 


Majority for Tyner, 1, 

In l&e*-, 2.287. 
Eiffht Dint 




Dubois, 380 1825 471 1015 

Floyd 1465 2275 1.543 2694 

llnrrison, , 1510 2049 1703 2202 




Jiickson 1121 19.56 1388 2333 




Miirtin fi74 1292 835 1182 

Orange 1129 1335 1287 1375 


Allen 




Scott, 690 8:.6 685 907 

Washington 1346 1809 1599 2009 

Totals 11117 16950 12:343 18779 

Mi.jority for Kerr, 5.833; majority in 1868, 6,436. 
Tlnrd Dist 
narfholomew, 1791 2-523 2003 2607 


Delaware, . . . . . . . 




Henry, 




.lay 

Randolph, 




Totals, 

Majority, for Shanks, 
941. 

Ninth Dint 
OeKalb, 




Dearborn, ., , 1474 3071 "143 3110 




I)ecHtur, , 1987 1975 2218 I9<)1 








Jenninn. . \Vfll IMft ^9nf, 147Q 




Oliio 648 519 579 511 


Elkhart 








Switeerland, 1268 1328 1391 1280 

Totals 12972 15396 14903 15665 

Majority for Holman, 2,424; majority in 1868, 
762. 

Fourth Di«t. 
Brown, 339 C78 425 1087 


Kosciusko, 




Lagrange,. 




Noble, 








Whitley 




Totals. 

Ellison received 2,799 
Hascal, 5,018 : majority 

Tenth Dist. 
Fnlton, 




Hendricks, 2393 14.36 2*'74 1498 








M»rlon 6lfi5 5039 H590 687<t 




Morgan, l!Kio 1712 HW2 1542 










TotilB, 14123 13707 15715 14683 

Majority for Coburn, 416. 

Fiflh Dial 
CUy 17»3 2W1 1681 1945 


I,ake, 




Laporte, 




Marshall, 








Porter 




Pulsgki, 




Starke 




Greene 1H71 2089 1991 1962 

Lawrence, 1091 1494 17R1 1515 


White ■.'.■'.'.■.■.■.■.*.■■.■.■ 




Monroe, 1443 1471 14A5 1:398 




Owens 1209 1838 1405 1952 

i'^'rlce, 2ft58 1434 2:326 13.56 

Sullivan lliKJ 2473 1271 2435 


Majority for Packard, 
1,221. 





5S 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



IOWA. 

Rep. Dem. 

S€C. State, Edwiird W riRlit. Charles Dorr, 

Auditor... John Kussell. W.W. Garner, 

TreHS., ... 8. K. llaiikin. W. C. .Inmes, 
AU> Gen. Henry O'Uonnor. H. M. Martin 

RpKisttr... Aaron Hrown. I>. ¥. Kllsworth, 

tik. S.t't., Chas. Lindeman. Wm. McLennan, 

In the 8tate election of 1869 the total vote 
for fjovcrnor was as follows : Merrill (Rep.), 
»6,ft7J: Gillaspy (Uem.), 57,434. llep. major- 
ity, Sn.l45. 

<Jongress : First District. Georpe W. Mc- 
,Crary (Rep.); Edmund Yeager (Dem.) Sec- 
ond District, A. R. Colton' (Hep.). Senator) 
Wolf- (Rep.); W. E. Lelnngwell (Dem.) 
Third District, \V. (i. Donon (Rep.): John 
T. Stoueman (DemO Fourth District, M. 
M.Wald^n (Rep.); William I'. Smitli (Dem.) 
Fifth District, Frank W. I'almer (Rep.); B. 
F. Montgomery (I.R.) Sixth District. Jack- 
son Orr (Rep.); C. O. Smeltzer, (Dem.) 

^-1*70—^ ^-1809— > ^—1868—- 

COUNTIES. Sec. State. Governor. President. 

It. D. 11. D. R. D. 

Adair 565 155 473 219 313 ll;{ 

Adams 51>i 1(39 49li 194 4'37 166 

Allamakee. 13i4 13.36 U^o 1435 1543 1403 
Appanoose. 1307 1118 1374 1084 1519 1l'36 
Au.lul)on,.. 123 1109 114 118 lOl 101 
Henton, ... 2209 1034 17^1 804 2587 1172 
Ul'k Hawk,. 1927 559 1514 2aS 2580 811 

Hoone 1242 -477 IWH 730 1362 995 

Hremer 1128 383 970 325 1470 53K 

Buciianan,, 1632 863 1275 520 1872 926 
liuena Vista 244 14 lt^5 31 57 4 

I'.utler 1212 424 687 216 1118 424 

Calhoun, .. 2U6 92 106 64 104 67 
jCarroU,.... 276 195 247 113 156 82 

pass, 615 283 564 336 420 248 

Cedar 1939 1037 1513 7U2 2470 1381 

CerrcMJ'rdo 575 86 496 108 441 73 
Cherokee. . 322 10 1^7 22 64 15 
Chickasaw, 9x8 495 860 415 996 520 

Clarke 1144 419 942 333 1062 426 

Clay 270 .... Ill 5 76 4 

Clayton.... 19a4 16ii0 IMHQ 1379 2783 1952 
Clinton. ... 2588 1830 3373 2489 5283 2-292 
Crawford, . 247 158 224 146 188 13s 

Dallas 1165 413 1031 :'76 1251 590 

Divi'* 1309 1270 1318 1179 1520 1410 

nec.tnr,... 997 955 1041 9«6 1024 1018 
Delaware... 1459 774 1817 9.J3 20 !4 1021 
Pes Moines. 1849 14:59 2012 1508 2572 1958 
Dickinson,. 246 24 143 9 121 10 
Dubuque... 1439 25:55 1927 3367 2633 4C91 
Kmmett. ... 174 44 142 5 136 28 
Fayette,... 1783 986 1306 678 2124 1051 

Floyd, 1241 3:52 918 267 1253 400 

rranklin. .. 594 37 626 8:5 516 78 
Fremont... 916 1077 867 907 977 10h2 
(Jreene. ... 572 190 473 218 423 231 

(5run<ly 400 45 357 26 5:50 75 

OuMnie,'... 1058 549 610 399 547 413 
ll;imilton, . 681 227 G()0 »09 638 167 
Hancock... 168 40 136 34 89 24 
lU.din..... 14»<3 477 11:52 3:57 1.5>»6 5.35 
Harrison... 1020 917 815 703 933 733 
Heiirv,. ... 2138 955 1984 649 2802 1044 

Howanl 514 251 534 301 674 380 

Humboldt,. 338 112 335 111 271 80 

Ida 50 4 42 1 '.:3 3 

Iowa 1308 1119 1255 954 1490 1164 

Jackson 1603 1752 I5i^9 1681 2040 2117 

Jasper 2217 925 2163 716 2799 13:;3 

Jefferson... 1255 72!» 15i« 1058 1895 1:509 
Johnson,.., I8:!9 1811 1*53 1794 2221 2l>50 

Jontri 19:53 1025 1625 726 24!0 1277 

Keokuk.... 16.54 1435 1566 1208 1938 1503 



^1870—, —1809—, ^1S6«— , 

COUNTIES. Sec. tjlate. Governor. President. 

It. D. H. I). It D. 

Kossuth,... 443 47 3.55 .... 3:52 30 

Lee 2154 2473 26o3 2950 BOtW 3191 

Linn, 2932 769 2412 lO'io 36:;0 1W2 

Louise 1249 a80 12.SI 6i7 1599 761 

Lucas ?!21 629 905 598 992 68:1 

Lyor 12 

Madison,.. 1382 898 136*5 786 1506 914 

Mahaska,.. 1990 12:<2 1949 968 2616 1511 

Marion..... 2048 2013 2115 1980 2i68 2182 

Marshall... 19^1 574 1656 466 2:5:59 611 

Mills 703 48 680 440 842 551 

Mitchell,... 1196 331 1166 148 1177 293 

Monona,... 452 124 lU'A 153 :573 ... 

Monroe. ... 1000 601 1076 7(5 1290 913 

Montgom'y 616 288 395 291 . 357 225 

Muscatine, 1496 972 1566 496 2539 1576 

O'Urien. ... 120 10 1 

Osceola, 

I'age. 968 454 721 332 936 474 

Palo Alto... 127 117 50 64 43 62 

Plyinonth.. 284 57 96 .... 95 23 

Pocahontas 177 43 109 23 93 19 

Polk 2253 1126 2325 1972 2913 16«»4 

Pottaw'ta'e 1095 927 i::54 10O7 1121 Um 

Powesliie'k, 1378 792 1293 609 16)^6 791 

Kinggold... 572 220 505 222 519 257 

Sac, 204 53 16 7 132 45 

Scott 2091 1093 2418 1403 3612 1763 

Shelby 209 137 166 90 153 129 

Jiioux, 59 40 16 7 6 5 

Story 924 382 992 374 ia=i8 42:5 

Tama 1U56 614 1205 415 1K52 8(i5 

Taylor, 721 319 705 250 717 325 

Union 644 275 499 275 488 3.53 

Van Uuren, 1764 1428 1681 1217 2026 Km 

Wapello,... 1572 1497 1915 1H25 2119 1821 

Wiirren,... 1783 858 14.57 575 1946 ^33 

Washington 1602 904 1500 715 2:514 1323 

Wayne. ... 1048 770 998 6»5v» 10:51 7:59 

Webster,... 771 604 670 503 7:56 549 

Winnehaiio. 241 I 180 .... 161 16 

Winneshiek 1619 85S 1254 582 2:500 1092 

Woodbury.. 539 2!^G 475 313 4:50 323 

Worth 2% 7 205 5 2.59 41 

Wright,.... 306 92 270 77 241 61 

Totals. ...103:577 60'«3 9tx)79 57434 120399 74040 

Wright's majority, 42,483 ; Merrill's ma- 
jority in 18GS. 39.145. 

The vote for other State ofTlcprs .stood as 
follows: Auditor (Rep.), 102.159; (Dem.), 
(!0,879. Treasurer (Rep.), 102,091; (Dem.), 
61,458; Rankin's majoritv, 40.6:53. Register 
of the State Land omce (Rep.), U)2.:524 ; 
(Dem.), 59.712; Brown's majority, 42.613. 
Attorney-(4eneral (Rep.), 102,5(;j ; (Dem.), 
57,4:50: O'Conor's majority, 45,132. On the 
question of calling a convention to revise 
and amend the Constitution of the State, 
the vote stood : For. 24,846; against, 82,029; 
majority against 57,183. 

r— 1870— > <-- 1868 — . 
Congress. Congress. 
K. I). R. n. 

First district 13.327 9961 17718 12705 

Second District, .... 1:5586 93:58 18753 13227 

Third district, 1.-.927 10961 20119 14120 

Fnnvtlnlistrict, 19008 14<<8:5 21057 16531 

Fifth district, 19798 12516 20109 13403 

Sixth district 164-^4 5^77 )t.775 6257 

M ijority for Orr, 10,507: majority for Pome- 
roy in 1^68. 10.518. 

The vote in tin? Second district to fill the 
vacancy in the 4l8t Consress, stood as follows: 
Wolf. (Kep.), 13.H58: J. .M. Preston (Dem.), 
4.X31; U. M. Preston (Dem), 1.088 ; LefBngwelL 
9>>5. \>'oirs majority over all, 7,151. 



* For the full terra. 



t To fill vacancy occasioned by the death of Ifon. William Smyth. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871, 



63, [ 



KANSAS. 

Candidates: Governor — Jamw M. Har- 
vey (Rep.); Isaac Sharne (Deni.) Lieut.- 
Governor — P. P. Elder (Rep.); A. J. Allen 
(Dein.) Secretary ot State — W. H. Small- 
wood (Kep.) : C. C. Duncan (Dem.) Au- 
ditor—A. Thonian (Rep.); H. McMahon 
(Dlmh.) Trea-surer — J. E. Hayes (Kep.); 
S. C. Gepharl ( Dem.) Supt. Public Instruc- 
tion— H. D. Mccarty (Rep.) ; T. S. Murray 
(Dera. ) Attorney -General — A. L. Williams 
(Rep.); A. W. Rucker (Dem.) Congress — 
D. P. Lowe (Rep.); R. C. Fo.stcr (Dem.) 

There wa.s al^o a Labor Reform licket in 
t*ae field headed by Amos Sanford for Gov- 
ernor. We ure wlihonl full returns. 



COUNTIES. President. 

K. I). 

Allen «»3 200 

Anderson,.... t;i2 130 

Atcliison, ... 1297 934 

Hourbon, ... 1443 486 

Brown, (»1 178 

Hutler 135 93 

CliHse 243 71 

Cherokee,... 992 357 

Cl;i.v 175 21 

Cloud 100 11 

Coffnv 687 261 

Crawford. .. 479 2^5 

Davia. 371 256 

Dickinson... ll»4 98 

Dnniphan, .. 1549 721 

DoubIuss. ... 2434 6(H) 

Ellis. 6^ 171 

Kllswortli. .. 159 135 

Fniiiklin, . . . 1030 319 

Grtenwood,, 311 98 

.liickson 553 313 

Jifferson,... 126^ 724 

Johnson, ... H'*? 723 

I^thette, 617 166 

LeHveuwo'h, 2671 2330 

l.inn 1310 415 

I.yon 916 110 

Marion, 52 47 

Miirshfill,... 614 228 

Miami 1250 5-)7 

Monig, 155 172 

Nemaha,... . 691 272 

Nfosho 708 409 

Osaire 422 tf3 

Ottawa, l:!6 

I'oftaw'mie,. 613 300 

IJepublic, ... 6-3 3 

Uiley 5>^ 130 

Valine 348 117 

t^liawnee, ... 1351 450 

Wallace..... 29 43 

Uiihauiisee.. 3:^ 41 

AVashington, 202 62 

Wil8..i mt 192 

Woodson,... 2»a 81 

"WyuDdotte, . 569 t2S 



31W9 14019 2f»607 12992 28898 13166 

KENTUCKY. 

CONGRKSS. 

Candld.ates: First Di.strict — Nathan H. 
Black (Rep.); Edward Cro.ssland (Dem.) 
Second District — M. J. Ro.-xrk (Rep.); H. 
D. McIIenry (Dem.) Third District — R. 
D. Carr (Rep.); General Lewis (Dem.) 
Fourth District- J. M. Fidler (Rep.) : W. 
B. Reed (Dem.) Filth District — James 
Speed (Rep.); Boyd Winchester (Dem.) 
Sixth District — Thomas Wriehtson (Rep.); 
Ju<lKe Arthur (Dem.) Seventh D .strict — 
William Brown (Rep.); James B. Beck 



Governor. 


Congress. 


It 


I). 


It. 


I>. 


684 


204 


662 


214 


:^tO 




3.50 




1222 


1012 


12ti9 


9(V> 


K3:J 


492 


1417 


507 


6«1 


1.^6 


687 


181 


l:« 


93 


i;« 


90 


170 




165 




7(K) 




700 




173 


22 


172 


28 


100 


M 


99 


10 


m 


269 


624 


270 


2.i0 




2.>0 




388 


2:^9 


365 


2(X1 


m 


W) 


200 


S9 


1547 


743 


15.56 


724 


2398 


«l 


2191 


671 


48 


135 


51 


142 


1065 


320 


1030 


■R27 


342 


102 


340 


102 


5;<6 


3;;2 


5« 


821 


1247 


749 


1244 


7.^8 


I47H 


732 


1447 


733 


615 


168 


613 


171 


2657 


2;148 


2618 


2:552 


1289 


438 


1291 


426 


i»ii7 


115 


926 


118 


!0 




10 




497 


2:W 


6(18 


241 


1272 


570 


1230 


572 


155 


172 


149 


173 


679 


287 


584 


2M2 


706 


410 


679 


4-.H) 


421 


Ki 


413 


84 


21 K) 




m 




6H7 


,315 


.V.t8 


315 


63 


3 


62 


3 


679 


120 


640 


l.iO 


3.i() 


115 


348 


116 


1540 


453 


1272 


461 


140 


"43 


■i4(i 


'■4^ 


202 


50 


202 


64 


200 




200 




264 


PI 


264 


81 


667 


624 


660 


633 



(Dem.) Eight DiHtrict-H. F. FInlev (Tlep.); 
George M. Adams (Dem.) Ninth district— 
George M. Thomas (Rep.) ; John M. Rice 
(Dem.) 

The following Ls the official vote In each 
district, 

riEST DisTRicrr.; 
1870. isra. 

Cros.«land, D...... 79:}0 Trimble, D 13«0» 

Black, H 2982 Marshall, U., 17G1 

Clark, D 1402 

CrosMand'a maj. over Trimble's mnj. ov«r 
both, 3,546. Mursliall, 12,377. 

SECOND DISTKICT. 

McHenry, D...... 8213 Pweenv, D. 127W 

Koaik, 1: 5490 Lanf<ley, ft 8538 

McIIenry'i majority Sweeny's maJ.,9JS48. 
2,721. 

TUIRD DrSTRICT. 

Lewis. D., 7314 Gnlladay. D., Mf9 

Cair, R 6657 Hobson. R. 23P9 

Lewis' maJ., 1,657. Golladay'smoj., 7,167. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Rend, D, 9314 Knott. D., 13166 

Fisher, R 8831 Hays, R. 1811 

Read's maj., 5,483. Knott's maj., 11.855. 

nrta district. 

Winchesfer, D.,. I0.i99 Winchester, D., .. 151M 

Speed, K., 5426 Enplish, R 1515 

Winchester's major- Winchester's major- 
ity, 5,173. ity, 13,593. 
8ISTH district. 

Arthur,!) 10.')99 Jones, D., 14089 

WriKlitson, R.,.. 5426 Root, R 6137 

Arthur's maj., 5,173 Jones' maj., 7,945. 

SEVENTH district. 

Beck. D 14321 l^eck, D. im9 

Brown, R 10916 Eginton. R., 2378 

Beck's maj., 3,396. Beck's maj., 10,646. 

KIGHTII district. 

Adnms, D........ 12226 Adams, P., 10^23 

Finley, R 12-208 Barnes. R 9861 

Adam's m<ij., 18. Adam's maj., 462. 

KINTH district. 

Rice.n., 9823 Hire. 1) 10510 

Thomas, R., 6463 Zelslcr, R 6653 

Rice's m.nj.. 3,360. Rice's mnj., 3,858. 

The follnwinc is the complete vote in detitil, 

but it is not ofTicially exact in every instance. 

<-- 1870— ^ ^-186g_^ 

rODNTTRS. Congress. Consre". 



D. 



R. 

288 



D. 

noo 



Second DUt. R. 

Rreckenridge, 467 

Bntler, 368 

Christian 1271 

Daviess 594 

Fdinonson, 147 

Grayson, 213 

Hopkins 272 

Uendei-son 893 

Hancock 40 

Mnhlenburg, 413 

McLean 1«0 

Ohio. 632 



Totals, 6490 8214 3538 12786 

Allen 178 

Barren, 617 

Cninbeiiand, 618 

Clinton 301 



416 


6.10 


464 


1145 


428 


1370 


1197 


174 


?360 


211 


l.il 


3:i«» 


5!'2 


37(5 


78g 


6:19 


317 


r'.io 


10«4 


86 


1735 


•271 


71 


7in 


669 


489 


8o«l 


404 


84 


673 


800 


524 


1136 



379 271 W3 

1237 .'W3 14W 

.<M5 8H hOi 

136 137 f52 



64 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



KENTUCKY — Continued. 

^1870-^ ^18C3— V 

COUNTIES. Congress. Congreps. 

R. 1). I{. D 

Hart, 4G9 612 226 1052 

I^Kan 751 llf»5 276 1W9 

Monroe,. 443 338 

MelCiilfe. 297 291 193 4:31 

Kussdl 2X0 296 218 401 

Simpson, 269 663 6* 715 

Tcd.l 555 6:i5 109 821 

Warren 980 1279 336 15!'7 

Totals, 5553 7418 2302 9469 

Fourth Dial. 

Anderson, Ill 434 86 776 

Ailair 341 694 215 583 

Uullitt, 115 343 39 9:j5 

Ciisey, 84 331 156 430 

fSreen 305 459 141 546 

Hardin 855 1004 1(W 1561 

I.tirue, 166 666 83 649 

Mea.le 62 540 22 10>q} 

Marion 582 885 218 i:«7 

Nelson 609 1057 18 1509 

Spencer 68 393 15 741 

Shelby 418 1206 92 1582 

T;.yl"r 197 539 34 560 

Wushiiigton 518 813 496 871 

Totals iiil m\ 1811 13166 

Fifth Dint. 

Henrv, 356 1115 144 1352 

Jefferson 4732 7152 1246 10761 

Owen Ill 1760 86 2146 

Oldham, 227 572 39 843 

Totals, 6426 10599 1515 15108 

Sixth Dist. 

Poone 206 905 246 1500 

Rnicken .326 692 4i'7 1211 

CampLell 1025 843 1640 lt'77 

Carroll 59 601 »2 97>' 

Grant 339 804 5t>9 9:« 

Gallatin, 176 3.58 100 .571 

Harrison 782 1368 456 L595 

Kei.fon, 1012 1899 ]5!'3 2723 

Peii.lleton 430 813 75S 1205 

l!o!)ert8on 163 467 390 614 

Trimble 40 463 6 875 

Totals, lEk 92ii 6137 14082 

Seventh Di»t. 

Bourhon W>\ 1589 164 1376 

Rovie, 878 9:^0 138 895 

riirk 798 1092 223 la^O 

PavettP, 2566 2632 520 2015 

Franklin &18 1372 2:^7 13*»n 

.Tessamine, 912 992 160 7;« 

Lincoln 742 1050 112 1017 

Mercer 676 1097 286 1149 

Nicholas 443 927 301 985 

Pcott, !'5i 145 155 1-IW 

Woodford 743 1714 47 950 

Tobils 10916 14312 2373 13019 

Eighth Diat. 

nreathilt, 232 530 220 456 

Clav IfQ 681 5X5 55« 

F^till 5S8 801 641 647 

Garrard 1047 964 478 827 

Harlan 466 1»9 42S 15:1 

.l.ickson .562 191 476 1-16 

.lo-h Hell, 2>>1 278 274 Ri 

Knox 778 708 704 .539 

l.amel 660 aXi 672 52S 

l,eef new county),- 252 298 

Letcher 241 385 4i» 303 



^-1870^ ^18»)8— > 

COUNTIES. Congress. Conpress. 

U. T). K. I». 

Mndlson 1775 2003 808 ir.»4 

Owsley, 4»i8 178 5:30 2!'6 

I'erry 330 3;{3 313 139 

Pulaski ia34 1365 1509 13IS 

Kockcastle, 549 a% 45-9 a->4 

WhlUey, 791 640 805 477 

Wayne, 609 1044 498 972 

Wolfe 165 411 178 246 

Totals 12208 12226 {»861 1032 

Niitth Dist. 

Rath 527 910 492 1022 

Royd 358 372 422 .506 

Carter no ret'ns. 638 562 

Klliott mew county) 63 377 

FleminK 773 1117 760 1223 

Floyd 101 «95 107 464 

Greenup 684 .509 636 ,550 

.lolinson 449 384 529 274 

Lewis 901 760 J»56 804 

Lawrer.c- 347 680 356 649 

Menifee (new county),.. 20 1^0 

MontRomery 556 826 126 859 

Mason 849 1594 582 1850 

Morpran 159 511 186 719 

Martin (new county),.., 76 32 .. .... 

Powell 114 167 llfi 2a3 

Pike 134 389 147 431 

Rowan 232 141 253 Itv? 

Totals, 6413 9823 6652 10510 

LOUISIANA. 
Candidates: Trea.«!urer — A. Dnbuclet 
(Rpp.) ; James D. Blair (Dem.) Auditor- 
James Graham (Rep.) ; Alien Jumel (Dem.) 

CONGRESS. 

First District — J. H. Sypher, short torra 
(Rep.) ; A. W. Walker, short term (Dem.) ; 
T. K. Dumas, long term (Rep.); L. 8t 
Martin, long term (Dem.) Second Dis- 
trict—Lionel A. Sheldon (Rep.); Geo. A. 
Fosdyck (Dem.) Third District— C. B. 
Farrell (Rep.); Adolph Bailey (Dem.) 
Fourth District- James McClearv (Rep,): 
Michael Ryan (Dem.) Fifth District — 
Frank Morey (Rep.) ; J. D. Watkins (Dem.) 
,—1^70--^ ^18|-^-^ 
PARISHES. Auditor. President. 

R. D. R. I». 

Ascension 9i>8 15 1491 1125 

Assumption 182:i 1030 1:387 1:375 

Avoyelles 1115 822 .520 1:J45 

Raton Rouse, Kast, .... 2440 958 1247 1:3.50 
Raton RouKC, West. .... 703 274 685 4:3:5 

Rienville, 93 7.54 1 1:>k5 

Rossier 7:« 6:33 1 1(34 

Caddo, 1319 1213 1 28'.'5 

Calc.sieu 3 424 9 782 

Caldwell, 340 370 28 503 

(Cameron 220 

Carroll, 1:^43 412 1392 7>'6 

Catahoula 459 288 150 K09 

(Maiborne 52:3 1407 2 2953 

Concordia 1.589 33 1554 2(il 

DeSoto, 10:32 713 .... 12ti0 

FelidaT.n, Fast 1273 803 644 1411 

Feliciana, West 1174 303 11.36 648 

Franklin, 226 3«1 .... 1213 

Grant, .... 6.56 296 

Iberia f«3 724 

Iberville, 1406 827 2088 704 

.lackson 301 686 ... 1:398 

.letTersnn 2911 438 672 2222 

Lafavetle 145 754 . 1422 

Lafourche 1064 1464 1617 1796 

Livingston 65 452 149 670 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



55 



Louisiana — Continued. 

r— 1870— ^ ^-186"^—^ 

PAlllSIICS. Auditor. President. 

1{. D. K. I). 

Mn.liKon 1269 37 14.W \6i 

Monlionse, 516 4S<{ 1 152-') 

N:it..-liiii.clie8,. 2075 >«28 19I5 1375 

Ou.cliirj 1299 501 8*5 lHU 

I'liqiieiiiiiifm 25ij8 207 laja 27:) 

Toiiiie Cou|»«e, 1340 2^8 1553 hiHi 

lUpi.leH, 181K) 1I8;{ 2176 1623 

Uitwiiitr 4il 347 2 9:M 

i^t. IJfriiJird 377 264 1 473 

St. • Ii*.rle8 .1052 88 13.S5 264 

St. Helena, . 435 465 136 1094 

St..laiiifs 1873 239 2161 775 

St. Joliiillie Uiiptlst, ... 607 258 274 5.56 

St. Uii.lry 304 2141 .... 47><7 

SU .Martin. :.... 525 474 28 ]4.)6 

St. Mary 1!«0;J 2!i3 1142 I8l'.t 

Sr. Tinniiiaiiy 43:1 412 470 704 

THni.'i|.iili..a, SJS 675 

'IVn:'a», 14.57 .13 1018 383 

TirrcLonne, 14->-2 969 1541 12!t> 

Union, 351 ?>«« 1 1416 

Vtjrniillinn, , 127 555 .... V58 

WasliinKtoi 81 39.< .... 6-)0 

Wi 82 424 43 711 

New Orleans. 18253 12046 1178 24<i*i8 

Totals 65532 41010 33363 b0225 

Republican majority in 1370. 24,f22. 
Democratic majority In 1568, 46,962. 

On }u;couiit of many inforinalitles and 
mucli Illegality in making returns, the vote 
for President in l»6i was declared l)y the 
Stale 1 anva-<ser.s. as tbllow.s: Republican, 
2/,9ll; U-uiocnitic. 43.IS0; Democratic ma- 
jority, 1.5,27rt. In the vote for 1868, given in 
the hI»i>v»' table, the figures lor some of the 
pari.slies are unofHcial. 

The ollicial vote for State Treasurer 
.stands this j-ear a.s follows: Antoine Du- 
buclet(!tep ).ti.5.G47: James D. Blair (Dem.), 
41.170; Republican majority, 24,477. 

The official vote on the amendment to 
abroErate.\rlicIe.5(>ortliet«tate Constitution 
stands: For. 64.470; against, 41,017; major- 
ity lor, 23.4.39. The official returns show 
that the five Republican candidate.s for 
Con},'rfss are elected, and that there will be 
a large Republican majority in the Legisla- 
ture. 

The vote for Governor in 1868, was &s fol- 
lows : W.irmouth (Rep.), G4,901 ; Tallalerro 
(Dem.), 38,046. 

THE VOTE FOR COVffRESSMEN IN NEW 
OULEANrf. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

WARDS. R, D. 

Fonifli ward 872 706 

Filtli wani, 1.53;{ 1043 

SixUi ward 878 73 

Seventh ward, 1899 lOfQ 

KIkIhIi ward..... 978 1005 

Ninth wurd, I05K 1068 

Totals, 7216 5653 

Syt»lier'» majority. 1.563. 

The v.it« in l"<68. in tld.9 district, stood ns fol- 
lows: Syiilie- (Rep.). S.ii*^; St Martin (Deui.), 
8,868; St. Martin's inajonty. 1,780. 

HRST niSTRICr— VACANCY ZLtSt COMCRBSS. 

Fourth ward, 872 704 

Fifiliward 15.'« 104-5 

Sixili ward 878 741 

Seventh ward 1899 1097 



WARDS. R. D. 

F.ittlith ward 978 998 

Ninth ward 1056 1077 

Totals, 721G 5791 

Sypber's niiijority, 1,335. 

SKCOND OISTBtCT. 

First wnrd IIW 509 

Second ward 161U 860 

Third wurd, .*. 2777 991 

Tenth ward, 1146 326 

Kleventh ward l-i04 210 

Iwelftli ward 4tW 3^ ' 

Tliirteenlli ward 4.50 312 

Foiuleenth ward, I'.iO 1=8 

Fifteenth ward 2063 148 

Totals. 11305 8749 

Sheldon's majority. 7.556. 

In l^eS the vote of the second di.«trrct was as 
f.)ll.iw«: Sheldon, (Rep.), 8.5M7: Hunt. (Uein.), 
6,808; Sheldon's majority. 1,779. 

We are without the vntein the other dis 
tricts. The vote in 1W8 was as follows; 

KIRST MSTIUCT. 

St. Martin (Dem.), 27nft 

Sypher (Rep.),... 20<4 

Democratic majority, tido 

SKCO.VI) DISTRICT. 

Sheldon (Rep.), 6108 

llunt(Dem.) 2833 

Republican majority, 2275 

TUIRD DISTRICT. 

Railey (Dem.) ir.065 

Farrell (Rep.), 85t>« 

Democrutic Inajority 7497 

KOOIITU DISTRICT. 

Ryan (Hem.), 10285 

Newsham (Rep.), 5606 

Democrutic majority, 4779 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

McCranie (Dem), 11107 

Moreydtep), 342:} 

Keiuiedy (Dem.) 3076 

McCranie over Morey 7684 

BlcCranie over Kennedy 8031 

The above returns are abstracts from the 
official records of the State of l.ouii<iana, but 
represent, nevertheless but a small proportion 
of the vote of the districts, and are alteretl in 
many instances by tiie testimony elicited in 
Congress durhig the contests. 

MAYORALTY VOTE IN NEW ORLEANS. 

R. n. 

FIrstward.. 1.3»J7 328 

Second ward, 1592 1162 

Third ward 2728 1.502 

Fourth ward, WB 681 

Fifth ward 1.552 1010 

Sixth ward 890 738 

StVHnlh ward IWO 1102 

Eichth ward 884 1015 

Nintli ward, 10-56 1075 

Tenth ward 1168 941 

Klev.*i.tli ward 1125 873 

Twelfth ward, 477 376 

Thirteenth ward 460 305 

Fourteenth ward, 200 6S 

Fifteentti ward 1864 151 

Totals, 1%216 11826 



56 



EVKNINO JOUKKAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



MAINE. 

COUNTIFS. Governor. Governor. Piesiilent. 

H. U l{. i». It. I>. 

Androscoc'n 2i.07 22K5 2."jn4 lft")l 44-21 20r(l 

Ariinst.ir.k... !:« UH )-13 101 170«> »oti 

CunilMrhiiKl, ♦;>»! biM c8IO i-HU 9(i;{<* «^7 

Franklin l.>!«t Ui.i H.2-2 !f-l2 -.2120 NOT 

llaiic.'Ck IH«;^ l.'JTO Kvt^ 1024 3-".2n 2-i;« 

Keniieljcc... JJ<<i8 3210 4^77 Sitih 72^ 30fi2 

KiK.x 22)2 2412 2(111 2^9 27«i2 2-I-I7 

Uinc<ilii )'58 lltoi'j 174-J J7in 2.V«9 l!'40 

OxfHi-.l ;!2!"| 2744 321(i 2172 440«i 21'0l 

t'eiKiliscoi... o«H2 ofici fbo 3«l»> Hs>l 41W 

I'i.scjif.innis,. 1222 9:54 12:il Jte 1X2! !t70 

SiiK.iiLilMic, . 1411.3 040 )4iW 8(15 2478 Pn:'. 

f^oinerset, .. .S2!'i> 2:547 348:] 2442 43!«7 2S8:{ 

\\iiU\n 2;iiS0 I'.Crt 2.V53 2021 4114 2424 

Uiisirniston. 24:19 22^5 224:) l<i(i7 o«:7 284« 

York, 6220 4H10 4:58 4116 b856 5517 

Tot;ils. .. 4700<i .3?<757 4ol55 ;^3fl73 704:a 42;i7; 

Tlif f..non-ine is Mie full offic!;il vote foi 1870, 
as ii.^cliiteil liv tiie StJttf CHiiv;i?«?r.«: 

Sidney lvrli;nn h;ul o4,!Ki! : < li.irles W. 
IJoherts. 4o.7:W: .1. L. Cliamherlain, 22 : S. V. 

Mersey, rt i! two others, one each, making a 

total ..r iX.t,WI. 

Iliiiclilmni, Tempernnce candidate, in 1^G9, 
recfiv«Ml ;i vote of 4,14:5. 

( li;in)l>ei l.iin over Smith in 18C9. 12.0P2 ; over 
Pmith an>l llinchborn, 7,9o9. I'erliam over 
i;..l>erts. M<;8. 

We are uithout the official vote on OoriprepB 
man in 1870. Tiie following was the vote in 
1??G8: 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

•Tohn Lynch 10718 

Charles A. ^^!l;lW, 14J76 

SKCOX0 niSTRICT, 

Samuel Monill, 14281 

Alonzo Garcelon 9GJ3 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

James 0. Blaine, ltiI27 

E. W. Farley, 12SM 

FOORTIl DISTRICT. 

.Tohn A . Peters ],">.1:"!7 

G. W.Ladd, .^ 3373 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Knpene Hale 14.'^t?3 

Arno Wiswell 11677 

MARYLAND. 

CONGRESS. 

Candidates; First District — Henrv R. 
Torb<'rt ntpp ) ; Samuel Ilambloton (Dem.) 
Rocond District— \Vm. M. Marino fRpp.) ; 
Steven ion Archer (D >m ) Third District- 
Washington Booth (Rep.) ; Thomas Swann 
(Deni.) Fourth District —John K. Smith 
(Rep.): John RUchie (Dem.) Fifth Di.s- 
trict — James A. Gary ^Rep.) ; William M. 
Merrick (Dem.) 

^-1870—, 

COUNTIES. Congress. 

If l>. 

Anne Arundel 24»;2 2o:o 

Alleeany 19:?2 2776 

l!:iltimoreCity 1.M77 2:]-tV? 

Paltiniore county, 3099 5;<84 

Calvert 1004 925 

Caroline 10)2 1290 

('Mrroll 2V)« 2?»«W 

Cecil 2142 2770 

Charles 159.i ).54.i 

I»orrli.-ster, 1744 SftU 

Pre<lenfk 4*^\ 47:i9 

Ilarfopl, H;74 "000 

Howard, 1158 1485 



^-lpfi8_ 


Presiilenf. 


It 


1) 


344 


1f?70 


242)» 


2721 


9103 


"17(12 


2;«-) 


4:?:!7 


«7 


♦;2t) 


474 


w 


?:UiO 


Wn7 


1715 


24«1 


:i-) 


1124 


47ii 


1415 


3»t;9 


:^si:l 


1175 


2:? 12 


49U 


1012 



,— 187(V— > __l«Oj,-_, 

COUNTIES. Consress. President. 

It. I). I{. h. 

Kent lti>9 l^74 2ti«) 13:12 

AlohtBomery, )7'."l 2(:;t) S'At 1745 

IVince (leorce's, 2221 2220 |r4 HAt 

Queen Ain.e'8 Jli2l 2i«l 27:i J."»28 

t't. .Mary's ]4|9 ]i;7i SH itfif) 

.'Somerset, l."»(i« |i;29 421 ll«2 

TaliK.t 15O0 17«K) .^57 1232 

Uashingtoi 32'<4 .37".«i 30.VJ 3114 

\Vlioniif 9:W 1914 421 1:!I9 

\\orce^ter IKKI 1982 22!! 1404 

Totals b::iiHi 7>V.M 30438 02357 

Pemocrafic majorilv In 1870, 1,878; Dem- 
ocratic majority in 18o8. 31,919. 

C0KGRES3— BY DISl <CTS. 

, — 1870 — > . — ]^fS> — . 

„ „ Congress. Concress. 

Firfti DM. K. IJ. U. D. 

Caroline 1042 1291 474 907 

Korchesfer 1744 2(i:U 473 1418 

Uicoiuico 9:{3 1944 419 1468 

Cecil 2142 2770 1707 i,4*»2 

Kent l(y^9 l>-74 2h4 l;i2:< 

Queen Anne's, Hi22 2031 '275 1528 

Somerset 1.547 lti'29 422 1001 

T.dl.ot l.iOO 1X16 350 1255 

Worcester, 11(,9 19>'2 iiy iai5 

Totals, .... 133'28 17371 4lOG 12703- 

Second DIhU 

Ualfinmre, 7 wards, 4«35 8^59 1^99 2537 

Hallimore county 1^)55 27'^{ ?M'\ 77(15 

Harford county 1674 3000 lOiU 23«;9 

Totals, 80ti2 14622 5796 12671 

Third Dint. 
Baltimore city, 10414 151."7 5(Vi7 13056 

Fourth Dist. 

Frederick county i&^A 47.^ .'5876 Si'Sfi 

Alleiranv 19^0 2i«43 2421 2702 

WashinKton 32V4 375ri 3n.-i3 :U07 

Carroll, 25.58 2*'66 230:1 2654 

Totals 12486 14304 11653 12289 

Fifth Diftt. 

Anne Arundel, 2462 2079 344 1670 

Baltimore Co. (6 dist's), 1546 2«2l IftiO 1904 

Calvert IKU 925 67 625 

Charle.s 1.595 1545 34 1116 

Howard 1158 14>C> 492 l('03 

Montcomeiy 1791 24:?6 .397 17:^8 

(»rhice Geortre's 2221 2220 1.55 li;70 

St. Mary's, 1419 1671 37 1170 

Totals 13196 14982 2556 10996 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Candidates: Governor — William Claflin 
(Rep.); John Q. Adams (Hem.); Wendell 
Ptiillips (Temp); Wendell Phillips (L R.) 
Lieut. Governor- Jos. Tucker (Hep ): Jas. 
C'hattawav (Dem); Eliphalet Trask 
(Temp.); H W. Bishop (L. R.) Secretary 
of State— Oliver Warner ( Ren ) ; \.. Steven- 
son (Mem.); Georpe S. Ball (^remp.): Still- 
man B. Pratt (L. R) Treasurer — Charles 
Adams. Jr. (Rep.); Levi Heywood (Dem.) ; 
John J. Baker (Temp.) : N. W. Stoddard 
(Fi R.) Auditor- Chas. Endicott (Rep.); 
Phir.eas Allen (Dem.); L. W. DapRett 

(Temp.): (L. R.) Attorney-General — 

Chas. Allen (Rop.) ; W.Warren (Dem ): W. 
Griswold (Temp.); Chas. Uornby (L. R.> 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



57 



IIass ACU USBTTS — Co n ti Dued. 

CONOKESS. 

First District — Jaiiips Bumnton (Rep.) • 
Will. W. (Jomstocit (Uem ): Kubtrt O. Pilt- 
niaii (liul.) Second District— Ouictis Ames 
(IJep.): »{\vard Avery (Dem ) Tliird Dis- 
trict- Ornery Twitcl. ell (JKep.); Williuiii 
Ciitston (Di-nri.) Jfuiirii) District — fciamuel 
Hooper (Kep.): L«*0|>oUl Morse (Deni.) 
Fiitli District— Beiijiiiiiiii F. Butler (Rej).) ; 
Alvuli ( ook (I>em.) bixtli District — Nu- 
lluuiiel P. BanlxS (Kep.): John K. Tarbox 
(l>tiii.) Seventh District — George M. 
lir 'olvs (Kep.); Sieth Adams (Dem.) Kij?tith 
D. St rid — George F. Hour (Kep.); Alviih 
Cook (Deni.) Ninth District— Wm. D. 
\V;i>lihnrn (Kep.); L. B. Jaquitli (Dem.) 
Tenth District— Henry L. Dawes (Kep.); 
lli'iiben Noble (Dem.) 

Tiie lollowing returns are nearly com- 
plete: 

, 1870 > , 1S69 > 

COUNTIES. (lovtrnor. Govenioi 



H.-impden. . 
Iliiiiip.-liire, 
Ittri kshire, . 
Fr.iiiklin, .. 
HiiriistHble, 

IJiistol 

Duties 476 

Usse.': 98;i8 

Mi.l.llesex,.. 13!«75 
N.iiiliiclcet, , 313 
.\..ir..ll{, ... 47:{7 
PLvinouth. .. 4278 



R. 

4128 
3451 
3-<21 



I). 
3W)4 

lUli 
3076 
1025 

•IJ2 

fo 
6507 
8ti«HJ 

40 

212.5 



T. n. 

?2l 3222 

340 3J05 

749 35^2 



2:^H7 
1:^13 
6370 
3H7 
99J5 

4JtM 14«i45 IOlW 

6 ;^54 4:1 

1«<)3 oloS 3^;6y 

l?*?!! 420ti 2:3oy 



214 
199 

lbC9 
5 

449- 



D. L. I{. 

2715 5i'9 
13!'8 2 
3250 171) 
1130 2ii 
479 
2y.](i 
til 
.5934 



573 

3607 



1' 
1425 



I Suirolk 11218 lOHW 218^ ^721 ll-Jdl 549 

; Worcester... 11422 d90!t 2ti45 10651 5121 27t)6 

Totals. .... 78(517 48456 21919 74106 50701 13557 
OFKICIAL VOTK. 

Governor— William Claflin, of Newtnn, 
ha-s 79,>49; lohn Qiiiiicv Ailams, Quincy, 
4.!!, Vbi; W.'oaell Phillips, of Boston, 21,946. 

I>icutei:«inl-Governor — Joseph Tucker, 
oTLfnox, has 81.040: James Chattawav, of 
SpnngHeld. 47,:UJ; Henry \V. Bishop, of 
Lenox, 12,i;32; Eliphalet Trask, of Spring- 
tie. d. 8,092. 

Secretary of State — Oliver "Warner, of 
Northampton, has 81.692; Luther Steven- 
son, Jr., of Hingham, 44,a57; Stillman B. 
Pratt, of lljindolph, 12,127; Geurge S. Ball, 
of Upt(m. 8.172. 

Treitsurer and Receiver General— Charles 
Adams. Jr., of North Brookfi<.'ld. has8l,.T«?: 
Levi ileywood. of Gardner, 47.()n<); N. W. 
Stoddard, of North Bridgewater, 12,.578; 
John I. Baker, of Beverly, s.iC 

Auditor— Charles Endicott, of Canton, 
has St, 122; Phineas Allen, of Piti.-,tield, 
17.4fi7; Kdward C Peabody, of Groveland, 
12.74.5: Lyman W. Daggett, of Attleborough 
8,0 S(!. 

Attorney-General— Charles Allen, of Bos- 
ton, has Su.Wj ; W. W. Warren, of Brighton, 
47,:<o7; Charles Cowlev, of Lowell, 12.897; 
Whiting (iriswold, of Sprinefield, 4,312; 
Whiting Griswold, of Greenfield, 3,661. 
CONGUEdS. 

riRST DISTRICT. 

1870 l<.fi8 

RnflRnton. R 82'<4 nuflRnton, 1:975 

I'itiuiiii. I) 2(.()7 Cobb 34><ti 

Conistock, I Ilt27 

Total vole 12S7« Total vote IGlf.i 

Rfp. pliiriilily. . n«i7 

Uf p. niJtjority. . 3690 Rep. m^ijorily.. 918-1 



SBCOXD DISTRICT. 

1>'70 186S 

Ames, R 9367 Ame!«, 14498 

Avery, D., 6100 A very, 5698 

Total vnfe 154H7 Total vote 20196 

Kep. majority, . 3267 Kep. majority,. 8t00 

TIIIBD DISTRICT. 

TwicJiell. R 62:]3 Twichell, 9074 

(J.'.oton, 1). 51140 Bailey 6892 

CusliiiiK, P 2»J6 

Total vote 12i:S9 Total vote,.... 15966 

Rep. plur.ilily, . 69:} 

Rep. luajoiity, . 327 Rep. majority,. 2182 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Hooper. R., 802,5 Hooper 11328 

Morse. U 6<>0o Harvey,. 8592 

Sarijeiit, L. R.,... 688 

Tot.nl vote 14:^18 Total vote,.... 19920 

Rep plmality,. 2420 

Rep. lUiijority, . 1732 Rep. majority,. 27C6 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

nntler, R. 8:i33 liuller 13109 

Endicott, D 4297 1.0111, oO»il 

Orne,! 1076 Dana 1811 

Total vote 1:^706 Total vote 19981 

Reji. plurality, . 40:;6 J{ep. plurality, ^048 

Uep. majority, . 2960 Rep. majority, 6237 



Banks. R., 
Tarbox, D. 
Clark, I'., . 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 

... 10518 n.mks, 
, .. 512:} I'liiice, 

... tKj4 



.... 13933 
.... 7187 



T.itil vote I6:{05 Total vote, ... 

Re|i. plurality, , .5425 

Rep. majority, . 4791 Rep. niigority. 



6746 



SEVKSTH DISTRICT. 

Brooks, R. 84f'6 Bout well 13214 

Adams, D 4.)(il Saltonslall, 6996 

Kimball, L. R 1489 

Total vote 144.56 Total vote,.... 20210 

Jtep. pliir.ility, . 3845 

Rep. majority, . 2356 Rep. majority, 6218 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

IToar, R 84X7 Hoar 14307 

Cook. D 4277 Stevens 4974 

Johiisou, L. R., . . 1734 

Total vote 144P8 Total vote,.... 19281 

Rep. plurality, . 4210 

Rep, majority, . 2476 Rep. majority, 9333 

NIICTH DISTRICT. 

W.nshburn, R.,... I(i903 Wasliburn 169^5 

Jaqnith. 1)., 4l''5 lleywoo.l 1814 

Uawkes.P., 394 Ueywood 1691 

Total vot-, 154«2 Total vote. ... 20490 

Rep. plurality. . 6718 R^p. plurality, 15171 
Uep. uiajorLty. . 6321 Rep. majority, 13480 

TKSTH DISTRICT. 

n.iwe$,R 8119 D.iwes 12260 

Noble. D.. 7(177 Chapin 7490 

Bos worth, I., 368 

Total vote 15*1.4 Total vote 19750 

Rep. pinralifv, . ]:i42 

Rep. majority. . 974 Rep. majority, 4770 



58 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



MA6SACHUSETT8 — Continued. 
VOTE OF BOSTON. 

, 1870 . 



WARDS. 



K. 

8!t7 
417 

62« 



Governor. 



1st wan!.. 
2il w:ir(l,. 
3<l ward,. 
4lli wxril,. 
atli WHr<l.. 
litli Wiird,. 
7tii ward,. 
Mil ward,. 
9tli ward 05-2 



l: 

7U7 
13(« 
701 
449 
718 
373 
1IU4 



lOtli wiiril... 
lltii ward... 
12t.!i waril,.. 
l;JMi ward,., 
ntli ward,.. 
Idtli ward... 
lUtli ward,., 



824 
1003 
784 
255 
82J 
523 
723 



4^ 
4^4 
4t>0 
575 



374 



L. U. 

24tj 

55 
103 

87 

81 
122 

118 
130 
V.» 
147 
223 

4-2 
109 

57 
Ibo 



, 1868 . 

Governor. 



H. 

777 
357 
479 
508 
311) 
7X0 
201 
473 
493 
7:« 
793 
7i)2 
172 
683 
313 
531 



1). P. 

871 lUl 
1G93 32 

544 
733 
490 
1020 
512 
471 

t-;i8 

527 
tiOl 
022 



Totals, lOOtJO 9729 1948 8272 U0J6 497 

MICHIGAN. 

Candidates: Governor — H. P. Baldwin 
(Rpp.); C. O. Comstock (Hem.) Lieut. - 
(iovernor — Morgan Bates (Rep.) ; J. A. T. 
Wendell (Deni.) iSecretary ol Slate — Dan- 
iel (Striker UJep.); J. W. Flanders (Dem.) 
Trea.surer— V. P. Collier (Rep.); A. J. 
Bowne (Dem.) Auditor — W. Humplireys 
(Rei».); Chas W. Butler (Deni.) Attor- 
ne.\ -General — Lwight May (Rep); John 
Atkinson (Deni.) Land Commissioner — 
C. A. Edmonds (Rep.); J. G. Habinger 
(Dem.) bupt. Public Instruction — C. Hos- 
ford (Rep.) ; Duane J)oly (Dem.) 

CONGRKSS. 

First District— Henry Waldron (Rep.); 
Nathaniel B. Lldredge (Dem.) Second Dis- 
trict— Wni. Ij Stuugliton (Rep.); Henry 
Chamberlin (Dem.) Third District- Au.s- 
tin Blair ( Itep.) ; D. Darwin Hughes (Dem ) 
Fourth District — Thoma.s\V. Ferry (Rep.): 
Myron Rider (Dem.) Fifth District— Omar 
1>. Conger (Rep.); Byron G. Stout (Dem.) 
Sixth District — John F. Driggs (Rep.): Ja- 
bezG. Sutherland (Dem.) 

^-1870—, , 1868 . 

COUNTIES. Governor. Governor. President. 
It. 1). it. D. ]{. D. 

Alconn, ... Ill 77 

AlleKan. .. 2610 20;W 3556 2:'.64 3556 2351 

Allien; 3iS5 22a 325 229 321 217 

Antrim,... 145 .52 2:;7 43 245 43 

Harry 19-'3 12(iO 291(5 1568 292:j 1557 

Hay 1186 1101 1157 1('98 1176 1081 

IJenzie, ... iiOo 18 

Berrien, .. 8114 2918 3fi9(> 3285 3993 32t>8 
Ihancli.... 2613 1.^67 3970 3IV33 3964 2024 
Calhoun, . 3:tt9 2;il9 5041 3223 5048 :^-.(iO 

Cass 1817 1602 2460 1939 2471 1926 

Charlevoix 81 42 

Chebovpan 148 .... 56 154 59 150 

Cliipiiewa, 115 27 

Clinton,... 2164 1921 2540 18;^9 2«56 1942 

Delta 296 207 1.57 162 156 161 

Eaton 2285 llilil 30«3 2054 ZOS^ 2036 

Kmniett, .. 54 142 135 200 135 198 
Genesee... 3469 2276 4209 2720 4241 2t>80 
G. Trav'se, 4.J0 70 9>-7 171 im 167 
Gratiot.... 1080 764 1236 762 1240 749 
Hillsdale,. 2541 2031 4S>'9 2127 3891 2113 

Uouu'hton 715 lh;9 708 IICO 

Huron 511 3(S 699 477 6(.8 477 

InBham, .. 2863 24Ni 2988 2.5-10 r-0(i4 2511 
Ionia, .... 2345 1883 3450 1961 3.503 2H0 

Iosco 276 223 278 182 281 177 

Isabelli... 411 304 521 370 529 360 



,—1870-^ 
COUNTIKS. Governor. 
U. 1). 
3340 a397 
2>*»M 1!»69 



Jackson... 
Kal.-im'zoo 

Kent. 

Keweenaw 
l^ipeer. ... 
LeeKnaw,. 
Lenawee,. 
Liv!ni2stou 
MackiiiHC,. 
Mafomb, . 
iManij^lee,. 
Maiiitou... 
Marquette, 
Mason,.... 
.Mecosta, . 
Men'niiiiee 
Midland,.. 
Monroe, .. 
Montcalm, 
.Muske::on, 
Newaypo. . 
Oakland, . 
Oceana,.. . 
Ontonagon 
0.«ceola, .. 
Ottawa,... 
Sapinaw, . 
Sanilac... 
Slii'wassee 
M. I lair,. 
.«f. .losej)h, 
Tuscola. . . 
Viin Huren 
Was'renuw 
Wavne, ... 
Wexford, . 



3841 3616 

2«4 355 

2tr21 1307 

2>6 7 

46:J7 3865 

2017 2323 

2382 2574 

493 258 



^.. 1868 ■ . 

Governor. I'rt-sident. 
11. I). It. [). 
4025 3656 
40H2 2970 
539J ^-34 

:i77 413 



40:14 :?»i:;o 
4073 2051 



2371 
434 



16«1 
220 



61 --9 4(^.2 
2235 2419 



2795 26>'l 
654 280 



:r7 
2386 

427 

G:m 

2238 

42 



411 

nm 

219 

4i;2:i 

2l(H» 
119 



746 
3,58 
538 
186 



959 

170 

241 

80 

39 223 
1934 2195 
993 567 
484 
155 



846 
421 

845 26: 



li)6 

iia 



215 
71 



43 

804 
ACQ 
768 
1-22 
4(M 
2526 
1511 
1422 
903 
4719 
1079 
229 



2791 2i">).8 
656 2'<2 



711 
244 
361 
t)7 
2'*:{ 

2927 
848 
7>2 
414 

44>'3 
412 
300 



117 
r>8X 
241 
352 
66 
217 
2.5-29 2!' 1 4 



51 

805 
4(jl 
775 
126 
4(<) 



1520 
14:13 

917 
4738 
lOW) 

227 



7>-0 
3!'7 
4412 
405 
301 



1918 15(i4 

2-89 2491 

!H)8 455 

2098 17:14 

2495 2216 

24:i3 2076 

1415 6*57 

2:^60 l!t08 

3579 3789 

m^ 9198 

160 18 



2441 1S.51 
a?ri) 2761 



2421 1880 

3254 2767 

1306 562 

2.i95 l^O? 

3055 2713 

3560 2508 

1616 (wi2 162:1 ItlO 



i;;o8 

2106 



0.59 
17K1 



SChO 2706 
i5»2 24!KI 



3tV.59 2271 
4449 4,529 



3(i62 225<; 
44113 4496 



9228 10248 9207 10274 



Totals,.. 100176 83391 128051 97290 128560 97068 

Fish (Temp.) received a vote of 2.710. 

Hiddwin over Coinst<)ck.]6.7'-5 ; llalihvin ov^r 
both opponents, 14,075 ; majority for buldwin 
iu 1868, 30,761. 

OTHER STATK OFFICERS. 

Lieut-Governor- Rep., 101,403: Dem., 
82.276; Temp.. 2.343; Bates over Wendell, 
19,127. Secretnrv of State— Rep, 101.519; 
Dem., 82,681: Temp. 2.582; Striker over 
Flanders. 18,838. State Trea.surer— Rep.. 
100,718; Dem.. 82.624; Temp.. 2..521 : Collier 
over Bowne, 18,094. Auditor-General- Rep., 
101,478; Dem.. 82,692; Temp.. 2,.'>:t9: Humph- 
rev over Butler, 18,786. Attorney-Gene- 
ral—Rep.. 101.487 ; Dem., 82,429: Temp.. 2.361 ; 
Mav over Atkin.son. 19,058. Supt. of Public 
Instruction —Rep., 101,087; Dem., 8.3.116: 
Temp, 2,581; Hosford over Doty. 17.971. 
Commissioner of the State I..and Ollice — 
Rep., 99.866; Dem., 82,182: Temp.. '^Mi:'.; 
Kdmonds over Hubenger. 17.(>84. Member 
of the State Board of Kducation - Rep., 
100,93.5; Dem , 82,442; Temp.. 2,085; Baxter 
over Bennett, 18.499. 

The official vote on the Constitutional 
Amendment to strike the word •* white" 
out of the State Constitution, is us follows: 
For, 54,105; against, 50,598; mfOority lor, 
3,.507. 

No returns were received from Houghton 
county, and the returns from the counties 
of Mackinac and Manitou were not counted 
by the board, on account of informalitiea. 



COUNTIF.S. 

First District. 

Wayne, 

Monroe 



Con(;re.>5.s. Conpre.-'s. 

K. D. i:. D. 

8.5:V2 9210 880(; l r</j 

1967 2155 2483 2962 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 








69 


Michigan — Continued. 

COUNTIES. Congress. Congress. 
K. i>. It. 1). 

Lenawee 4444 40^5 C07» 4741« 

llillsdule 3405 2UI6 4^•24 iMt'a 


COUNTIES. 
Oraliot 




^1*^70-^ ^-181.8--^ 
Congress. Congress. 
R. 1). It. b. 
869 941 1222 763 
413 469 701 1175 

678 492 

243 250 2U3 191 
274 421 528 365 
278 370 374 414 
748 964 801 723 
186 H) 124 66 
349 271 400 225 
174 216 227 302 
2460 28;J3 3128 2>«45 
1858 1974 2259 1908 
1191 865 1592 6ti8 

14879 16618 20055 16738 
d, 1,739; majority for 

30TA. 

Di.strict — Mark H. 
uck(DenQ.) Second 
rill (Kep.) ; Ignatius 

B. D. R. D. 
1146 1019 1725 lau 
530 342 615 107 
295 5 

128 "W '.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 
791 800 1097 437 

1606 607 1418 373 
1718 1107 2743 1319 

1263 349 1209 336 

1161 865 14-24 904 
329 46 199 16 
667 1014 8:0 1105 
541 101 521 103 

1012 545 1229 470 
579 558 740 4-59 

1577 1517 2404 1272 
360 61 157 7 
543 118 

1156 948 1759 1277 

"S-ii 1054 '480 i446 
348 1006 375 701 
809 370 1131 606 
740 803 75« 637 
363 116 197 58 

1605 1979 2362 2044 

19606 14904 23493 14581 
702. 

D. Ind. R. D. 
351 275 140 279 

154 '35 115 146 

62 

979 271 521 997 

■l03 "280 '249 'iii 

49 

1816 235 1436 1730 

130 164 402 Urj 

1174 1356 1484 930 

1 6 41 2 

1427 1730 1303 2227 

35 178 88 24 

16 6 3 7 

139 151 9 12 

549 '309 278 '39i 

379 "4.59 133 291 
108 106 10 43 
137 215 118 82 
157 11 55 140 
57 97 8 22 


Huron 

liouglilon, 







Isabella, 






Keweenaw, 




Miijorily for Wahiron, 932; majority for 
Beaiuuu in i8W, l,5H7. 


Marquette, 




Second District. 


Midland, 




Ontonagon, 




AlkKan, 2613 20«0 3055 2364 






Uenit-n, 31)62 2iW2 3.^63 8306 


Sliinwas.see, 




lirai.di 2510 1400 39<i6 2<J« 






(.!as3 1822 1008 2460 1H39 

Kal.unazoo 2a5!' 1!)76 4055 2»d9 


Totals, 




i«t. Joseph 24''2 1H45 3544 2513 

Van burea, 2164 1972 3653 2272 


Majority for Sutherlan 
Strickland in 1868, 3,317. 

MINNE 
Candidates : First 
DunneH (Rep.) ; C. F. Jl 
District — Jolin T. Ave 
Donnelly (Dem.) 

First Dist. 
Blue Earth, 


Totals 17512 13>:93 £5196 17386 


Majority for Stouehton, 3,619 ; majority for 
Stounhlou in 1868, 7,bl0. 

TMrd DiHtrict. 
Wasiiienaw S583 i^a 4417 4554 


Jackson, 3365 3353 396)t 3715 

Calhoun 3172 2467 5017 3238 


Eat4>n 2274 1668 2937 2174 


Ingham, 2843 2488 2937 25?)7 


Brown.. 








Totals 15236 13668 19268 16268 


Clay, 

Cottonwood 

Dodge 

FairibuuU 


;:;:: 


Blair over Hughes, 156; ; majority for Blair 

in 1868. 3000. 


Fourth Diatri^t 
Antrim, 170 1 236 42 


Fillmore 




I{:,ii-y .... 1992 1257 r<03 2572 






Benzie,.. 

Charlevoix 12:j 143 

CheWovKun, 157 155 66 .... 

Delta, 307 135 21 i 107 


Jackson 

Le Sueur 




Mower 




KniMiet, 165 29 135 200 


Nicollet, 




Olmsted 




liHiia, 1866 2012 3;}7l 22l'6 


Hedwood 




Kent, 4179 3294 53H6 3883 


Uenville 






Bice 




.Mackinaw, 48 114 

.Manistee 553 198. 608 218 


Kock 

Scott, 




>!anitou, 160 

Mason, 4"6 % 466 !(>') 


Sibley 

Steele 

















MuskeKon, 867 453 1299 897 






Newaygo 421 149 808 432 


Totals 




Oceana 904 217 1079 411 


Osceola 169 69 


Majority for Dunr 
Second District. 


ell, 4 
R. 
375 
68 
102 
226 
4^2 
184 

sai 

170 
640 
679 

1389 
.56 

2954 
30;J 

2;j 

2^"l 
23 
430 

577 
98 

'S 

486 


Ottaw, 2141 1344 2531 1778 

Wexford 163 9 




Totals, 16.«5l 10384 23043 13714 




Ferry over Rider, 6,467 ; majority for Ferry in 
1868. 9,329. 
Fifth District. 










Lapeer, 2011 1581 2353 1671 




Livingston, 2029 2340 22:^0 2418 


Crow Winrf, 

Dakota 

l)out;lii9, 

Goodhue, 

Grant 


Macomb 2;jx3 2-581 2775 270 i 


Oakland, 3742 446.5 4fi07 4575 


Sanilac 972 4x3 12'<6 5x3 

St. Clair, 2t>46 2143 3096 2ti>8 


Totals, 13782 13593 16347 14622 


Hennepin, 

Isanti, 


Majority for Conger, 189 : majority for Conger 
in ISrW, 1725. 
Sixth District. 


Kandiyohi, 


Lake, 

.McLeod, 


Alcona 116 72 

Alpena, 2:59 346 323 220 


Maiioniin 

M.eker 

.Mille Lac?, 

Monongalii 

Morrison 

Otter Tail 


Hay 973 1274 1154 1099 

Chippewa, 119 21 ... 


riihton 1427 2.516 2.527 2173 

Genesee. 2972 2694 3814 3;i97 







1 60 EVENING JOUKNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 

1 • 1 




MiNNKsoiA — Continued. 


, State Omcers, 1869 


-. 




/ — 1^1:0 > , 1W« 


COUNTIES. Governor. l-t.-Gov. Sec. Stale I 




COUNTIES. Congress. Cii^ihss. 


K. I>. It. I>. it. 


D, 




It. 1). Iii.l. K. IL D. 


Fcott 673 534 478 509 678 


6P-_' 




Pine 200 27 30 4 ti , 


?inu>*on 376 3-59 367 3(i0 3.59 

Pmirl 115 4-5 114 489 115 


345 
427 




I'ope -m 5.} 2:{.5 78 ftO ' 




1 Uamsey 17-2-2 18M ioA H08 1T20 


Sunflower,.. 582 i:i9 682 139 581 


l:« 




Fr.. Uuis WNi 210 Itj 48 18 


Tallaliatclile, 753 4x7 754 4*6 754 


479 




Slierl)unie 186 14S 1:!7 60 151 


Tippal 326 845 324 815 313 

Tishominpro, 443 1£W 411 1221 378 


674 

508 




Ke;iiii8 5ti9 1238 'J76 67(i H^M 




T.xl.l 322 104 84 M 30 


Tunic; tA5 32 600 29 595 


11 




\V;,bii8haw 1073 1434 2fl2 lfi28 1127 


Wayne 3!'6 228 3!4 209 387 


19.5 




\V,.sliiiiKtoD im 844 510 o<W 71^ 


\V;iiren. .... 4641 10(»5 4»i42 lOOl 4»i39 


S)7 




WriBbt 535 718 512 441 b37 


Washhipton, 2)'2!» 140 ^527 141 2-528 


1:19 






Wilkinson,.. 2:16:{ 3;i6 2:158 3:12 2:i57 


323 




Totals, 17133 14491 8J051122'.t 12o0<) 


Winston 549 657 543 55ti 5:« 


4^6 




To this should be added the following 
vote cast, but not, for some reascfiis, re- 
turned : 

In Oiiss county 176 more votes were cast 


Yalobusha,.. VMH 1.-.59 12t.2 15'^ 1258 
Yazoo 2637 814 2629 815 2623 


1540 
799 

J4789 




Totals... 76143 38133 75723 S8I50 75401 , 




for Gen. Averill than are included in the 








cunviuss, the vote of one or two precincts 








not having been properly returned. In 


Candldatps: Fh-st District— Georpre F. II 


irns 




Carlton county Gen. Averill received 37i) 


(Rep.): .lefTerson L. Woir.rrd (Dem.) ; l{ 


. i«. 




more votes than were returned, the official 


Avervdnd.) .><.-coii(l District — J. 1-. .Morpbis 1 




county canvass having been forwarded be- 


(llep.); Urn. Kellosg (Dem.): .1. 11. T; 
(In.l.) Third District -II. W. Harry (Ke 


tuin 




I'ore the votes of two precincts were re- 


p.): 




ceived by trie County Auditor. Wilkin 
county cast 82 votes for Averill and one 


S. 11. Steers (l)eni ) ; -l- •>. I-eflore (I 


nd.) 




Fourth District — 0. C. McKee (Kep.) ; Archie 1 




for Donnelly. If these votes which were 


C. Kisk (Dem.) Fifth District — L. W. I' 


crce 




all legally cast had been properly returned, 
Gen. Averill's majority would be 3,2«8. 


(Kelj.); L. S. Uronn (Dem.) 






First Dist R. D. 


Ind. 




MISSISSIPPI. 




219 
2 




Tii.p:!!! 344 80)* 






Mai.Hliall 1981 1163 


167 




]{. 1). I{. D. H. 1). 
Adams 3173 717 3173 71H 3173 70« 

Holivar 1117 139 1115 141 1115 139 


DeSoto, 2017 13i)9 


1 
1 

1 




Tunic; 600 12 




Co;ilioma, 1260 40 




Panola 2372 893 




Lafayette 1183 1091 








Calhoun 113 530 113 524 102 444 


Totals 10200 6382 


430 




Carroll 1278 1005 1276 1603 1275 1578 








Chickasaw.. 1646 1118 Hi44 1119 1642 1088 


Second Dint 






Coahoma,... 1270 38 12o8 40 12.58 36 
Choctaw. ... 748 K16 744 840 730 777 
Chiiborne, .. 20!t0 406 2089 456 2088 417 


Pontotoc, 622 360 


76 
376 
76 




r.ee 401 .S79 




Itawamba 115 145 




Clarke,.... 1140 701 1135 707 1133 662 




6?3 




CoviuKton... 207 3;9 202 322 201 314 


Chickasa\r, 1651 988 


106 




Copiah,- 1849 14^9 1-546 1490 1846 1447 

Davis 101 179 101 179 9:} 1.55 


Calhoun 124 429 


3 




Yalobusha 12:12 1540 




He .Soto 2038 1395 2013 142.5 £013 1325 

Franklin,.... 4«i8 575 468 575 4«i7 667 


Talhihatcliie, . 7-54 475 


11 




Sunflower, 6f'2 129 




(Greene 53 121 53 121 52 86 

Hancock,.,. 125* 2<9 130 285 129 216 


Dolivar 1115 141 


^^ 








llHnison.... 367 157 362 161 361 148 
llin.ls 3X05 1408 3X01 1409 3794 1380 


Totals 9071 4&10 


1407 




Third Dist. 




llohnes 2244 736 2231 749 22:11 704 






I~8;iquena, .. 1^40 32 1340 32 1340 28 


Carroll 978 158« 


304 




Itawan)l.a,.. 95 215 !'7 198 63 . . . 


Choct;iw, 737 787 


3 




•lacks.n, .., 308 228 308 22>t 308 222 

•lafsper, ^m 597 6».8 589 646 542 

.l.'(r rson. ... 1920 411 lit20 414 1920 40-2 


Oktibbeha, 274 274 


1329 




Lowndes, 4022 919 




Noxubee, 3421 688 


8 




Kemper,.... \\m 757 1159 TeO 1136 714 


Winston 545 570 






Lafavette,... ll'<4 10!'5 1177 1104 1177 1079 


AtUda 1010 577 


4.5 




Lau.ler.lale,. 1517 974 1510 980 1510 931 


Leake 657 242 


113 




l-awriMice, .. 957 665 940 675 9;J8 6::^b 


Neshoba 199 326 






L*;ake, of.l 366 5H0 382 tot 347 

l,ee 397 765 398 772 373 405 


Kemper, 1154 743 


1805 
D. 




Totals, 12897 6714 




l.owndes, ... 40*2 844 4077 848 4076 746 

Madison 24«9 »522 24^4 626 24h4 &4 

Marion 275 188 2.52 2:12 246 218 




Fourth Dist. R. 




Marshall,... 1990 1321 1975 1328 1971 1245 


WashinKton. 25.10 


140 




Monroe 2608 9J0 2.i02 957 25H9 844 


Holmes 22:i2 


749 




Neshoba 199 343 199 343 19*) 324 


Madison, "^4R4 


622 




Newlon, ... 666 726 6<i5 628 555 667 


Yazoo 2626 


811 




Noxubee,... £431 694 3430 6f.4 3425 654 


Issaquena 1342 


31 




Oktibbeha,.. 1615 248 1599 261 1598 166 

I'anoU 2-372 m 2372 900 2371 859 

I'eny 5-5 1-4 55 184 55 ]6!i 


Warren. 4560 


996 
1410 
1010 


1 


llhuls .. 3800 




Uankin 982 




Pontotoc,,.. 619 473 490 468 446 328 


Scott 674 


526 




IMke 809 a52 7''2 669 775 582 


Newton ... 564 


725 




lUnkhi 982 10O6 982 1011 S^a 9gs 


Clarke 1136 


706 









EVENING JOTTKNAL ALMANAC, 


1871 








61 




Mississippi — Continued. 




R. 


T). 






ICTO 




_1)J68— ' 


1 


.lR8per, 






55'< 
116 
1511 


598 
4.h:{ 
?t;9 


COUNTIES 

Grundy,... 
Harrison, . 


Governor. 
K. Lib. 
961 602 
1304 703 


Lt-Gov. 
n. Lib. 

9!;i 000 

1315 700 


Governor. 

K. Lib. 

1044 324 

1417 475 


i 


Stnttli 








Liiuilerj-tlt;, 
















Totals, 






^3015 


9776 


Henry 

jlickory,.. 


921 

301 


10«i4 
J15 


914 
a38 


1052 
120 


970 
411 


722 
Ho 




Fifth DM. 








S:;:^X::::;:::::::::::;- 






.1()7 


3W 


Holt 


815 


402 


810 


403 


1053 


106 








1>547 


14i>0 


Howard, . 


653 


1048 


&52 


1044 


Hi7 


1270 




Cliiiborne 






20!tl 
1919 
3173 


4)7 
41.) 
709 


Ill 


1«7 
175 
1524 


165 
359 
2864 


lii:{ 
176 
i:-42 


1:1 
3.3 
2825 


KiO 
287 


32 

230 




JefTersoii, 




.... 




AilimiR. 








Franklin 







468 


576 


Jas|)er. ... 


1006 


716 


10()9 


715 


i667 


"476 




Lawrence, 






9;J9 

203 
101 
8>8 
53 


678 
321 
178 
229 
121 
182 
S41 


Jt^iierson, . 
Johnson, . 

Knnx 

l-aclede. .. 
!-afayette,. 
Lawrence, 
Lewis 


199 
1176 
649 
4:50 
848 
622 
8H3 


1758 
1.570 
598 
6(a 
lilt 

4;iO 

14:53 


.81 
l|i;2 
6.54 
421 
847 
622 
8h9 


1772 
1575 
5!K) 

1112 
4-J8 
1428 


767 
1494 
744 
378 

KO 
8-.'l 


875 
871 
356 
3x0 
5.J8 
416 
8;;5 




CoviiiBton, 








D.ivis, 





.... 




Wajrne, 








Greene 








I'erry, 








Miirion, 


'.'.'.'.'.'. 


!!!! 




I'ike 







778 


6H7 


Lincoln, .. 


408 


nil 


455 


1147 


443 


407 




Aniife, .. 






978 


788 


Linn, 


1088 


i:«8 


10^1 


1313 


IKo 


676 




Wilkinson 




**' 


2359 


331 


Livingston 


Jilt 


1410 


1120 


14(16 


1100 


820 




ll.incock 






139 
3H3 
307 


2:» 
16:$ 
229 


Macofi, ... 
Madison,.. 
Maries, . .. 
Marion,... 


907 

34 

82 

1041 


1770 
512 

380 

I3;i7 


901 

30 

38 

1047 


1770 
646 

13;}3 


1189 
205 
l:i6 
929 


1151 
164 
.333 
747 




Ilnrrisoii, 








Jackson, 
















Totals 




.... 1 


6773 8394 
an<l A. C. 


McDonald. 
Mercer.... 


191 
780 


102 
496 


iU 


191 

4x7 


1X6 

1066 


41 
402 




[NorK.-J. L. WofToril, 


S.B. Steers 




Fisk, were voteil for for the 41st uiid 42d Con- ! 


.Miller 


450 


216 


458 


2:!8 


5i;2 


liU 




gresses.] 










.Mist<i.<=sippi. 


50 


683 


40 


590 


20 


3:^0 




MISSOURI. 






Moneteau, 
Monroe, .. 


610 
180 


686 

10(5 


615 
177 


10»>8 


754 


416 




Canrlirlatea : Governn 


r - .T 


. w. 


McClurir 


MontiToin'y 


512 


874 


4}»8 


877 


'686 


"493 




(Rep); H. Grafz Urown (Lil 


.) l.icutenant- 


Moriran, .. 


363 


572 


357 


675 


01)4 


401 




Governor — A. llarUnd (Uep.) 


: J.J 


. Gra 


irelly 


N. Madrid, 


174 


492 


173 


4i'2 


7 


344 




(Lib.) Sec'y of State - 


J. 8. 


iftover (1! 


ep.); 


Newton,... 


654 


4^0 


641 


479 


759 


221 




K. F. Weik'le (Lib.) Treasui 


er-C. I. 


Fillv 


Nodaway,. 


1000 


995 


948 


1003 


1082 


609 




(Re|..): Samuel Hayes (Lib ) 


Auditor — G. A. 


Ore-.'on, ,.. 


10 


156 


16 


137 








Mozier(Uei).); 1). M. Dr 
(Jenenil— W. A. Joiin 


iper (Lib.) 
(Kep.) A. 


Attorney- 
J. Baker 


Osa-e, .... 
Ozark 


345 


536 


321 
19! 


517 
86 


"594 
156 


"(589 
56 




200 


83 




(Lib.) 










I'eiijiscot, . 


2 


294 


2 


294 


3 


147 




, 1870 


^ 


^1868-^ 


Perry 


mo 


1120 


107 


ii:;o 


5:16 


581 




COUN'TIF.S. Governor. 


Lt.,Gov. 


jtovernor. 


Pettis 


961 


1331 


979 


1315 


KKK) 


818 




11. Lib. 


H. 


Lib. 


K. 


Lib. 


I'lielps 


374 


.555 


317 


576 


49;! 


441 




Adair, bOS 6H6 


820 


6rt4 


920 


297 


Pike 


531 


2(i40 


472 


2498 


980 


1648 




Andrew,.. 1071 Vm 


979 


1106 


1318 


5.><6 


IMatte 


493 


2I».0 


452 


22(12 








Atchison, . oij 529 


526 


bH 


7t>8 


193 


Polk, 


590 


3x:t 


5 •'5 


3'iO 


'm 


■4:13 




Audrain, . 4li7 913 


4K7 


937 


298 


288 


Pulaski,... 


1:55 


313 


l:?3 


316 


164 


209 




Harry 8«« Z&i 


380 


3ii9 


360 


324 


Putnam. .. 


844 


540 


M7 


b:u 


1I«7 


318 




Itarton, ... 452 3:)3 


418 


357 


270 


2:J5 


Kails 


202 


5-29 


197 


5:W 


217 


200 




Hates 8>^ft 1022 


879 


1C20 


775 


632 


Handolph.. 


548 


1155 


544 


1152 


217 


1417 




Henton,... 519 454 


0(13 


475 


6J<0 


34« 


i:ay 


814 


74:{ 


814 


712 


740 


5.55 




HollinBer. 284 i:!4 


291 


12:i 


31W 


88 


Kt'vnolds.. 


74 


127 


74 


127 


47 


143 




Hooiie 667 13!'3 


H«i5 


9-5 


148 


204 


llipley 


54 


88 


54 


88 








Huehannn, 1121 2374 


li:U 


2:^67 


1920 


1419 


St. Charles 


293 


27:'.0 


2.-.9 


2748 


1509 


ii4i 




HutltT, ... 169 14.1 


lti9 


145 


118 


105 


St. Clair... 


515 


593 


514 


593 


5.5(i 


331 




Cal.Uvell... 914 5"^2 


917 


573 


>3 


395 


St. Francis 


202 


440 


200 


442 


249 


396 




Calloway. . 2«'l Ifr-O 


2>i.5 


1073 


198 


386 


Sl.Genev'e 


196 


704 


1^8 


703 


2:53 


611 




(^anieron. . 298 202 


295 


200 


371 


1»« 


St. Louis,. 


4677 


17256 


4221 


17(113 ViW- 


11016 




CapeCJ'eau 299 l.Vi.i 


2*.7 


15»>5 


1001 


843 


Saline 


855 


16S9 


853 


IWl 


5*7 


393 




(HI roll. ... KJ2 lll>) 


846 


11. )2 


957 


820 


Pchnyle"*. . 


298 


661 


298 


661 


497 


250 




(^•lrter. ... 26 .50 


23 


51 


32 


41 


Scotland, . 


6!t6 


818 


709 


810 


764 


718 




Cn.ss 1244 HTU 


1244 


1476 


inio 


1161 


Scott 


123 


675 


110 


G^3 


240 


240 




("edar 3ti7 542 


335 


5.)0 


569 


300 


Shannon. . 




145 


. 6 


151 








Cliariton, . m 1392 


810 


13-4 


774 


856 


Shelby. ... 


600 


637 


591 


614 


'st'a 


■323 




ClirJstian, . 498 211 


497 


208 


558 


148 


Sfodard, .. 


15:1 


301 


143 


313 


222 


117 




(^hirk 74)i 5«4 


7t!9 


5:« 


1118 


322 


Stone 


170 


113 


169 


112 


174 


108 




Clay, 24.) «25 


246 


626 


2H4 


320 


Sullivan... 


714 


794 


721 


770 


896 


1)03 




Clinton.... 546 1145 


5«4) 


1140 


575 


652 


Taney 


231 


8:1 


217 


83 


204 


57 




Cole 55S 12>'4 


5:«) 


1319 


839 


7:^.4 


Te.xas. ... 


322 


336 


318 


.^}4 


191 


109 




(oopfr, ... 884 926 


m 


919 


943 


5"4 


S'ernon.... 


386 


670 


392 


692 


3:16 


5x6 




Crawford. StW 485 


3.-.9 


4;k) 


3*3 


433 


Warren, .. 


572 


63.5 


S'.O 


616 


821 


3>6 




Dade 516 184 


516 


IKO 


701 


\M 


WashiiiR'n 


398 


749 


3.98 


7.50 


396 


747 




Dallas,.... -l.VJ 3111 


451 


SI'S 


584 


252 


Wayne, ... 


66 


3:11 


59 


3:i7 








Davis ><74 WO 


f78 


837 


10».0 


7:}0 


Welxter, . 


470 


465 


447 


474 


524 


■3.55 




DeKalb, .. 593 574 


5;«6 


572 


5^5 


291 


Worth 


3!»9 


488 


400 


488 


359 


357 




Dent 219 156 


210 


lt» 


n-a 


175 


Wrisht, ... 


2.S9 


317 


270 


323 


270 


127 




Douitlas, .. 3'J.> 2:1 


4(10 


16 


427 


4t 


















Dunklin... 19 413 


19 


412 






Totals,.. 


tsii^O 104374 02196 103714 82107 


62780 




Franklin, . .t52 1914 
Gasconade 2>^i 771) 


516 
2:12 


1978 
866 


i.vi8 

927 


i2oi 

307 


Prown's 


maiority, 41 






elly'8 


ma- 




.038 : 


Gray 




Gentry.... t>>-3 K«.i 


679 


68t 


813 


5U 


jorlty, 41,518; McClurg's ni 


ajority 


in 


\m. 


1 


Greene, .. 1042 1210 


998 


11S2 


1230 


790 


19.327. 














I 



62 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Missouri — CJontinued. 

OTHER STATK OFFICKRS. 

Secretary of Sf;it« — Stover (Rep.), 62,385; 
Weizel (Lib.), 103,(w3; miijoiity for ^Vei7.d, 
4I,2iW. Treasurer - Filley (Uep.), G4,0i)7 ; 
IIuvs (Lib.), 100,7o4: majority for i!ay8,3li,727. 
Auditor— Moser (Uep), 61.i«73; Draper (Lib.), 
10-2,6ty; majority for Drap<.'r, 40,fi9(i. Attorney- 
General — Johnson (Uep.). «)'2.2iiO; iJaicer 
(Lii>.). 10:},395; majority for MaWer, 41,105. 
Ueirister of LarVd:*— McGee (Uep.), 62.138; 
Salomon (Lib.), 103,412; majority for Salomon, 
41.274. Superintendent of I'ublic Schools — 
Heard (Rep), (il.iWi ; Divall (Lib.), 97,293 ; ma- 
jority for Divall, 35,627. 

CONGRKSS. 
FIRST DISTRICT. 
1870. 1868. 

Wells (0.) 7ii29 Wells (D.) 9734 

•lohnson (L.),... 5444 Pile (K.) 9553 

Smith (K.) 1928 

Wells over Johnson, Wells' maj.,181. 
2,185. 

SBCOND DISTRICT. 

Finkelnburg (L.) 12708 FinkeliiburR (R.), 11506 
Van SVarner 1359 Lindley (1).), 8280 

Finkelnburg's major- Finkelnburg's major- 
ity. 11,349. ity, 3.226. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

McOormick (D.), 7572 McCormick (D,),. 5153 

Nalle(L.) 2015 Bush (R.) 4226 

Van Allen (II.),. 2331 

McCormick over both, McCormick'smaj.,927 
3,226. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 



ILivens (R ),. 
Gilmore (L.), 



Haven's maj., 997. 



88:^.0 noyd(R.) 8927 

7833 McAfee (I)) 4955 

Kelson (R.) 1384 

Boyd over McAfee, 
3,972. 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 

.. 10790 nurdett (R.),. 



113«7 
7941 



3,446. 



nurdett(R).. 

Smith (L.) 9(WG Phillips (D.), 

Dale (!>.). 2090 

Hurdett over Smith, Burdett's maj. 
1.724. 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

CominBo(D.).... 12511 Van Horn (R.),.. 5427 

Smith (U.) 8733 Sliields (D.) 4560 

Comingo's maj., 3,773 Van Horn's maj., 867. 

SEVBSTH DISTRICT. 

Parker (R.) 12713 Asper(R) 15272 

Ellis (U.) 10723 Oliver (1>.) 8029 

Parker's maj., 2,990, Asper's maj., 7J43. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

Blair (D.) 11710 Beniamln (R.).... 8954 

Hayward(R.), .. 9106 Wlllla-ns (D.), ... 7348 
Blair's maj., 2,604. Benjamin's maj. 1,606. 

NISTH DISTRICT. 

King(l).) 

l)yer(L.) 

Draper (R.), .. 

King over both, 3,363. Dyer's maj., 432. 

The official returns on the six amendments 
to the State Constitution are as follows ; 

Firxt. To abolish the District Courts— Ves, 
137.874 ; no, 7,389 ; majority for, 130.485. 

Second. To repeal the " Double Liability 
Clause"— Yes, 133,702; no. 10,819; majority for, 
122,8^3. 



10393 nyer(R.), 5407 

3803 SwilElerCD.) 4975 

3227 



Third. To abolish the test oath for Jurors- 
Yes, 131,470; no, 10,790: majority for. 120.6.-511. 

Fourth To abolish the restrictions on Suf- 
frage on account of service In the Uebellion — 
Yes. 127,613; no, lt;,28-< ; majority for, 111.355. 

FifUi. To extfcn<l the right to hold office to 
those now denie<l it— Yes. 123,418 ; no, 18,005; 
majority for, 105.413. 

biTili.. Prohibiting the diversion of School 
moneys to Sectarian purposes— Yes, 126,118 ;no, 
10,739 ; majority for, 115,379. 



NEBRASKA. 

Candidates: Governor— David Butler (Rep.): 
John H. Croxton (Dem.) Secretary of State — 
William II. James (Kep.); i'aram England 
(Dem.) Treasurer— llenry A. Koenig (Uep.) ; 
Jacob Vallery (Dem.) Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Instruction-J. M. McKenzie (Rep.); Rich- 
ard IJrown (Dem.) Attorney-General— (5eo. U. 
Roberts (Uep.): Wm. H. Munger (Dem.) 

Congress— John TaflFe (Uep.); George B. 
Lake (Dem.) 

, 1868 . 

COUNTIES. President. Governor. 

R. D. II. D. 

Burt, 825 143 291 165 

Buffalo 

Butler, 44 16 36 14 

Cass 791 450 706 508 

Cedar 53 29 28 .... 

Clay 

Cumming 132 110 l»l 131 

DakoU 144 141. 133 165 

Dixon, 01 52 26 32 

Dodge 356 185 307 195 

Douglas 19:J9 1567 1762 1690 

Gage 302 77 267 94 

Hall 190 56 168 t9 

Jefferson, 74 75 .... 

Johnson, 333 98 282 138 

Jones, 

Kearney, 

Lancaster 372 170 320 132 

L'EauquiC't 21 2 22 6 

Lincoln, 

Madison 4 43 .... 40 

Merrick 46 10 41 40 

Nemaha, 967 351 822 414 

Otoe, 958 720 872 758 

Pawnee, 488 43 472 70 

Platte 166 138 151 1-2 

Richardson 915 499 7e3 682 

Saline 34 

Sarpy 251 261 226 283 

Saunders 158 78 127 87 

Seward 159 4i 78 37 

St.iinton, 11 16 16 16 

Washington, 469 153 397 183 

Totals,.... ~ ~ 97^ 5«9 Sdii 6OT0 



NEVADA. 

Candidates: Governor— F. A. TrJtle (Rep.) ; 
L. R. Bradley (Dem.) Lieut.-Governor — J. 
Singerland (Rep.); Frank Denver (Dem.) 



Secretary of State- James D. Miner (Rep. ): 
J. D. Driesb.-ich (Dem.) Treasurer— Lew. 
Wines (Uep.); J. SchooKng (Dem.) Comp- 
troller— W. W. Ilobart (Rep.) ; 0. K. SUmnlejr 
(Dem.) Attorney-General — W. Campbell 
(Rep.); L. A. Buckner (Dem.) Judge Sup. 
Court— J. S. Slauson (Rep.); John Garber 
(Den).) 

Congress — Thomas Fitch (Rep); C. W. 
Kendall (Dem.) 

The official canvassers declared the result as 
follows: 

Governor- L. R Bradley (Dem.), 7,200; F. A. 
Trltle (Rep.), 6,148. Congress-C. W. Kendall 
(Dem.), 6,821 ; Thomas Fitch (Rep.), 6,491. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



63 



Nevada — Continued. 

, 1868 . 

COUNTIES. President. ConBress. 

K. I). K. 1). 

Chnrcliill 75 75 72 78 

Doupl.is 256 1»H 257 lit; 

Esmeralda, 2t>7 If^S 2^4 !!•[ 

Iluniboldt, 313 3«6 30-J 2^4 

Lyon 4^8 3<3 415 351 

LiindtT 1000 K«5 942 10J4 

Lincoln, 60 6« 47 57 

Nve, 353 353 349 356 

Olinsl»y, 600 420 ii^f AM 

S'tort-y 2319 1739 2254 1774 

\\ aslioe 859 635 >i40 645 

Total ~ ~ 64«0 5218 6230 6340 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Candid.ifes: Governor —Onslow Stenrns 
(Kep.); John Bedell (Dem.) ; Rev. L. 0. Bar- 
rows (Vemp.); S;tmuel Flint (L H.) R. K. 
Commissioner— CliHs. P. Gage (Rep); M. T. 
Donoluie (Dem.); H. O. Pierce (Temp.) ; Geo. 
Kobei ts (L. R.) 

/ 1870 . ^1869 — 

Governor. Governor. 

R. D. L. R. Tem. If. I). 

Rocklngh'm, 5557 3616 9^J8 202 5862 4«75 

StrHfford, ... 3:542 ia56 1407 123 3394 228-i 

Belknap, ... 17b'3 1593 430 136 19(i7 2016 

Cnn-oll 1^51 2068 187 60 1920 2240 

Mtrrimack,. 4571 3009 1698 190 4^09 4510 
llillsboro',.. 6535 4516 7^8 221 65*6 5;'.78 

Chesliire 3494 2310 15 20 3422 2;^17 

Sullivan 2175 15;i8 594 32 2259 1950 

Grafton 4291 3751 1133 125 42^ 4808 

Coos. 1217 1603 114 87 1337 1632 

ToUls Zmb 25OT9 7163 n% 35777 32046 

NEW JERSEY. 

CONOR KSS. 

Candidates: First District — John W. TTasel- 
ton <Rep.): Benjamin F. Lee (Dem.) Second 
District— William A. Newell (Ren); Samuel 
C. Forker (Dem.) Third District — Robert 
Rusling (Rep.); John T. Bird (Dem.) Fourth 
District -John Hill fRep.); Phillip Rafferty 
(Dem ) Fifih District — Georpe A. llalsey 
(Rep.) ; Orestes Cleveland (Dem.) ; Mneas 
Fitipatrick (Y. Dem.) 

^1870-^ ^186«-^ 

First DUtriet. R, I). It. D. 

Atlantic 13;« 1126 1401 796 

Camden, 4348 3713 4104 3670 

CapeM..y. 889 607 941 687 

Cumberland 3:^00 2556 3756 2376 

Gloucester, 2198 1851 24K2 1790 

Salem, i434 2616 2550 2220 

Totals 14502 12469 15214 11539 

Maj. for Hazelton, 2,033; maj. In 1868, 3.675. 
Second District. 

Burlinpton 5526 5526 5845 6248 

Mercer 4687 4263 4293 4519 

Monmouth 37«3 5038 3579 5432 

Ocean 1457 1072 1777 1100 

Total 15452 iiii9 15494 16»9 

Majority for Forker, 447 ; maj. In 1868. 803. 
TTiird District. _ 

Hunterdon, 2312 3943 3399 4781 

Middlesex 4432 4319 3944 4301 

Somerset 2224 2673 2168 !^i48 

Union 3740 3872 3332 3787 

Warren 1615 3300 2613 4163 

ToUta, 14323 18007 15456 19580 

Majority for Bird, 3,634 ; maj. in 1868. 4.124. 



FouvVi District R. D. R. D. 

Berjten, 2600 2676 2308 2722 

Kssex. exc. Newark,.... 3821 2.551 3719 3107 

Morris 4940 3585 4299 3944 

I'assaic 4361 3^15 4(i3t 3383 

Sussex 2335 2677 2206 3233 

Totals, 18057 15304 16t08 16389 

Mnjorily for Hill, 2,753; majority in 1868, 79. 
Fifth District. R. D. Y. D. W. D. 

Hndson 77e5 7659 627 7382 Ifl*:. 8 

Newark city 103tt7 7035 3 948U 82715 

Totals 1W)92 14694 630 16'^t52 19110 

Plurality for Halsey over Cleveland. 3,398; 
over all, 2,768 ; majority in 186^, 2.248. 

NEW YORK. 

Candidates; Governor— S. L. Woodford 
(Kep.) : John T. Hoffman (Dem.); Myron H. 
Clark (Temp.) ; J. S. Graham (L. R.) Lieut.- 
Governor — Sip. KauCTman (Rep.): Allen C. 
Beach (Dem.) ; C. C. Leieh (Temp.) ; Conrad 
Kulm (L. R.) Comptroller- A. W. Palmer 
(Hep.); A. P. Nichols (Dem.) ; J. H. Bronson 
(Temp.) ; P. J. Meany (L. 11.) 

CONGRRSS. 

Candidates: First District — Caleb C. Nor- 
veil (Rep.) ; Dwight Townsend (Dem.) Second 
District — Silas B. Dutcher (Hep); Thomas 
Kinsella (Dem.) Third Di.'-frict- Erastus D. 
Webster (Rep.) ; Henry W. Slocum (Dem.) ; R. 
M. Whilinp, Jr. (Rep.); A. J. Legget (Rep.) 
Fourth District — .M. T. .McMahon C'>i^'m ■) : 
Fifth District— William R. Roberts (Dem); 
John Morrissey (Dem.) Sixth District — Hor- 
ace Greeley (Rep); Samuel S. Cox (Dem.) 
Seventh District— Benj. A. Willis (Rep.); 
Smith Ely, Jr. (Dem.) Kiphth District— Geo. 
Wilkes (Rep.) ; James Brooks (Dem.); Julius 
W'adsworth (Dem.) Ninth District — Morris 
Ellinger (Rep.); Fernando Wood (Dem.): 
William A. Darlinp (Kep.); William S. Hillyer 
(Dem) Tenth District — James Westervelt 
(Rep.) ; Clarkson N. Potter (Dem.) Elevecth 
District— Charles St. Jolin (Rep.); W. C.TI. 
Sherman (Dem) Twelfth District- John H. 
Ketcham (Rep.): William H. Philip (Dem.) 
Thirteenth District-James G. Lind-!ey (Rep.) ; 
Joseph H. Tuthill (Dem.) Fourteenth Dis- 
trict— Minard Harder (Rep.); Eli l»erry(Dem.) 
Fifteenth District— J. Tliomas Davis (Hep.); 
Joseph M.Warren (Dem.) Sixteenth District- 
Andrew Williams (Rep.); John Ropers (Dem.) 
Seventeenth District— Wm. A. Wheeler (Rep.) ; 
Georpe Mott (Dem.) Eiphteenth District- 
James. M Marvin (Rep.): John M. Carroll 
(Dem.) ; Samuel McKean (Ind.) Nineteenth 
District— Elizur H. Prindle (Rep.); Joseph 
Juliand (Dem.) Twentieth District— Clinton 
L. Merriam (Rep.) ; Andrew Cornwall (Dem.) 
Twenty first District— Ellis H. Roberts (Rep.) : 
Ahram B. Weaver (Dem.) Twenlty second 
District— Wm. E. Lansinp (Rep.) ; .Matthew 
J. Shoecraft (Dem.) Twenty-third Dislrict — 
R. Holland Duell (Rep.) ; D. McCarthy (Ind.) 
Twenty-fourth District— John R. Seeley (Rep.); 
Georpe B. Daniels (Dem.) Twenty-fifth Dis- 
trict- Wm. H. Lamport (Rep.); Harlow L. 
Comstock (Dem.) Twenty-sixth District — 
Thomas C. Piatt (Rep.); KdgarK. Appar(l)em.) 
Twenty-seventh District— Horace B. Smith 
(Rep.) ; Lucius Robinson (Dem.) Twenfy- 
eierfath District — Freeman Clarke(Rep.) ; John 
II. White (Dem.) Twenty-ninth District — 
Seth Wakeman (Rep): Alex. G. Shepard 
(Dem.) Thirtieth District— Lyman K. Hasg- 
(Rep.): William Williams (Dem.) Thirty-first 
District— Walter L. Sessions (Rep.); Charles 
D. .Murray (Dem.) 



04 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Nkw Yokk — Continued. 

C0UNTIK3. Governor. LieutGov. Sec. titjtte. I'resiilent. Governor. 

R. I). L. R. Tern. If. I). K. I>. |{. I>. |{. I>. 

Alhanv 11779 13:^-19 271 6 ll«78 13241 P754 11453 1213!) 14078 l\9-JS> 14276 

Alletr.inv 5418 2717 21 8 n438 2722 45.i7 2170 tioVi 2-23 060^ 2>^i 

nro'.me. 6104 m*^ 2 1 5130 dsd 4072 2>m o7-.'7 3*<.so 5i.!.8 -'.itog 

Ciiftiir.iugus, olOit 3743 .... 2 512G 3722 4I!'4 2844 61*} 38C.8 (iI20 oUl') 

r^yuKJi, 71120 4911 74 175 7101 4^78 5529 3798 82til iSS) ^linj 45*74 

Chauf.iuqua, 7770 A2:A .... 1 7795 4233 6849 33«:} W^7 4441 9;W'.» 4:>(« 

Chenuuif: 3,)0-2 4i>»2 178 .... 3o38 4023 284a 3312 3709 3708 304G 3778 

('lieniinco, 5l5t> 40rt2 44 6 5Jti7 4048 4H>^ 3974 5>75 4Wi bKio 4i37 

Clinton 3791 4420 3>'03 4412 3131 3551 4213 3708 420:1 .1728 

Colunil.ia 5415 5(Si>8 5)40 o0.iO 41^5 4070 5353 otJtW 5;5»>0 5ti75 

Cortland .%26 2212 48 11 3<y4 2201 2^•20 1W7 40h2 2109 4075 2130 

Delaware 6:Jo3 4447 .... 1 5;>38 4491 4459 3794 5t>2l 42>^ .\5!'G 43:u'> 

Dutchess. 8442 f.7l2 .... 102 ^57 6ti77 0138 6(H>8 (?200 741<0 >-(h2 7ii21 

Kric 13937 15371 14121 15177 12407 11810 15822 144.VI 15186 14942 

Kssex 31^j 2414 .... 4 3I>'9 2421 2572 1771 SMKJ 2150 3t!23 2l:!4 

Kiankiin 2978 2243 .... 3 2i»76 2244 2:112 172») 3403 2204 3;!94 2iit0 

Fulton & Uaiullton, 3279 32,i9 .... 50 3275 32.54 i>iiiO 3008 8t)t)2 3150 3<i67 3I«0 

Genrsee, 3701 2.il« 3722 2.530 28!0 2022 42c4 2i»44 42:19 280:! 

Greene 3102 37.^9 3092 37ri2 2215 3153 3447 3954 3422 'A^'M 

Herkimer 4971 4073 .... 5 49r4 40J:?0 4096 3513 5346 4109 5:Ul 4116 

.lefferson 7211 5704 7120 57>'6 5955 48-i5 8421 58^2 8311 69:v5 

Kir.ps, 2;)»59 36:128 129 4 2388:1 3ti457 21424 28427 27711 3!)>^40 26149 41417 

Lewis. 30:56 2>»!'3 :1027 2897 2,W7 2559 3413 3238 3:197 3258 

I/iviiiffslon 42«t6 32^3 9 19 4118 3256 3429 2524 4823 3165 47!'2 ;i511 

Madison, 5545 >\l 38 171 5490 383:} 4775 3077 62t;6 39(>8 (;2.V) 3W1 

Monroe 99Vi5 9lf^ 611 7 10071 9030 94*7 7534 11681 10020 11559 10226 

Montjioniery 39:12 4215 .... 5 3948 4191 3:il2 3710 :1980 3810 3978 :i«19 

New Vork 34:191 86668 34890 8K932 36897 79476 47748 108303 4;U172 112:>22 

Niapara 4791 4:122 .... 4 4817 429« 4047 3733 5119 4694 50»>7 47^5 

Oneida 12149 10«19 173 15 12165 107!t4 10109 9086 12593 11276 125.i5 112!'5 

Onondaga 11248 8639 118 113 11262 8565 8861 &547 12:120 9023 12541 9:JI2 

Ontario, 50*4 4217 58 80 50ti7 4218 4135 3294 5782 4162 5728 4229 

Orange, 7S70 74!t0 7906 7468 6188 0086 8128 7877 WW 7987 

Orleans 3607 2:1*0 3'!09 2376 2858 1915 3904 2446 38~3 24>^2 

Osweto, 8079 6028 47 318 8026 6003 6760 4697 9563 6H>9 i»,")22 6170 

Otset'o 5924 5848 .... 9 5.9:5 5X40 5527 5438 t«iJ8 tffi\ 6540 6115 

Putnam, 12:;6 14>i7 123:1 1495 856 1360 1557 1727 1548 1746 

Queens, 440:1 6605 4441 6627 2517 4156 4971 6:i87 4x22 (v)-!9 

Kensselaer, 9:530 11165 84 11 9;i77 112:12 7702 8018 10551 10:181 107i'7 102:M) 

Miclnnond 1923 27Jt9 .... 3 J9;}4 2''00 1410 2265 2221 3019 2132 3l:ll 

KockUnd, 1497 2189 1473 22iil lllO lt;68 18t6 2762 1842 2790 

.<:t, Lawrence lOdOO 3518 .... 15 10007 :1505 7767 2(il0 11888 3941 11855 4('14 

Saratoga 6094 51*^8 .... 27 6117 5161 5:1()5 5250 6436 5266 6429 52<>0 

^'cliene^tady 2343 2414 4 .... 2:148 24:19 2153 2274 247:1 2:1:13 24.56 2:158 

Sclirtiiarie, 2906 4.i:]0 - 2902 45:15 2476 41:17 32«4 47:16 32W 4:2<» 

Scliu.vler 2.505 2118 .... 4 2512 2113 1949 1583 2771 2040 2767 2047 

Seneca, 2616 3145 21 80 2609 3i:;9 21:19 2541 2807 3287 2x00 'S^.<0 

Stenhen 72«)0 6523 .... 16 7:127 6492 5682 4926 8*i47 6461 8575 6551 

Suffolk 4234 4066 .... 8 4249 4048 3107 3136 4589 4185 4528 4254 

Sullivan 30^1 3522 29:12 3691 2197 2791 3287 3ii«3 ;123:1 3728 

Tioga, 3878 3125 ,... 1 3890 3116 340:1 2572 434:1 3191 4300 3222 

Tom|)kins, 3965 S002 .... 118 3970 29x0 3539 2456 4646 3100 4«i27 Z\:'A 

Ulster 7426 85«1 75x5 8428 5415 66x7 8044 8.">24 79:18 8623 

Warren 2490 2424 2515 2399 1978 2041 2711 2239 2t-»i9 2291 

WasJiington 5768 4240 .... 18 57^ 4240 4:i4l 2847 6662 4063 (VB3 4111 

Wayne, 5442 4243 17 24 5444 42:18 4707 3617 6322 4405 63ftl 4446 

Westcliester, 8041 10:561 7 3 8147 lrtl64 6X80 7513 9<>J2 ]16C)6 9:198 11945 

WyoMiinB 3584 2400 3615 2:168 2927 1773 4226 2590 4205 2ii20 

Yates, 2747 1865 .... 12 2738 1872 2181 1277 31:16 175J 3129 1760 

Totals 366436 399532 1907 145S 368158 399657 310733 330974 419e<»3 429857 4i:3a5 4^01 

POOH L^^V^S 

OF THE 

STATE OF JSIEW YOKK, 

UP TO AND INCLUDING THE YFAR. 1870. 

By Edward Wade. 

Just Published, and for sale by 

WEED, PARSONS & CO., ALBANY, N. Y. 
Pricb, $3,50, full Law Sheep. 





ISVENING JOURNAL 


ALMANAC, 1871. 






65 


Nkw York — Continued. 1870. 
























Cnnal ('om. 


Cnnal Pom. 










COUNTIM. 


Coinplroller. 


(full term.) 


(vH«-aiicy.) 


[nsp. St, Pr. 


Fund'g 


hill. 




K. 


1) 


1{. 


I>. 


U. 1). 


|{. 


n. 


For. 


Ar'st 


Alb.nny 


1190* 


\9^X 


119:16 


v:.l^ 


1JP16 13209 


11903 


13215 


11619 


11549 


All<->:iiiiv, 


biio 


2:2;i 


64(15 


27iV. 


5448 270-2 

5151 -^m 


5431 


27-29 


616 


Ut52 


Ilr(i..iiie 


6Uri 


iy.6 


oHJ 


3>60 


5144 


3857 


2>-:i3 


4M13 


CiittMniUKUS, 


-IJW 


8711 


51(17 


3742 


6136 3716 


5131 


3719 


1973 


54119 


ClVllKa. 


71-13 


4K7-2 


7136 


4fi>0 


73-21 4'<76 


7100 


4>8> 


33:3 


7H(I9 


('Iiiiilt.iliqu.'l 


77>«J 


4-li6 


7795 


4-231 


77!«0 42;!8 


7773 


4248 


3393 


73!l[ 


Clieiiiiliiir, 


mi 


4tll3 


3.VI.J 


4W2U 


:iol8 4UI7 


a>43 


4011 


2»:43 


3701 


ClifiiiiliKO, 


6476 


4049 


5474 


4I^-)I 


5476 4161 


5477 


4048 


804 


6807 


Cliiii..ii 


3:;':j 


44-i3 


3T!'l 


44-20 


37f7 4 1-23 


3'^ 


4277 


950 


4:m 


roiuiuiii-i, 


64<I0 


b*:2>i 


5430 


5656 


: 428 oti«i-2 


6427 


5658 


4443 


6O70 


t-'oiil.iliil 


8t3<* 


2191 


;>M4 


2IK6 


.31.40 2187 


3H40 


21H7 


277 


4017 


DelsiwiirVf . ... . , 


63-17 


44^ 

•1378 


53 «6 


44>'6 

m<i 


6346 44>i6 
8541 t)tv)9 


6::46 
84^9 


44^-6 
61)56 


2»>4 
16:;8 


8816 
WIO 


iii)U:li«rt», 


f;37 


Krk 


H(I3I 


VrJ^i 


14151 


15174 


14177 151JtO 


no: I 


15185 


2ffll 


1(>'4 


K_«8cx. 


2188 


2J-.'4 


3IK7 


24'J5 


3191 2<24 


31^3 


24-25 


l;Vi9 


a>49 


Kr.i.klin 


2SI70 


2-215 


2973 


2245 


2'.'78 2-244 


2995 


2-2-23 


12 


3217 


Full..,. „i,d llamiltoD 
{Jenesee, 


Si)il 


3-'6{ 
aV29 


2-2»:'0 
3741 


■Wi 


3:!:« 3-254 
2725 2527 


3278 
37-.:3 


3-253 
25-26 


25-2'/ 
K54 


3423 
4IV42 


s:2{ 




31(12 


37.W 


3101 


3757 


3104 3759 


3()W7 


376i) 


2396 


3406 


Ileikiiuer 


4.MI6 


4UiM 


4977 


4080 


4933 41-20 


41*76 


4(H) 


3131 


5Ui9 


J.-flTeisaii., 


IXHi 


ci»-J 


7231 


otiS'l 


7228 5tWJ 


7228 


.1689 


4-292 


76w 


KtiiKs 


2:^0 


38!»2 
3-:nri 


2:mj 
4.'42 


36451 
2XJ--2 


23908 3K505 
3019 2:'10 
4:J37 3264 


23l»-24 
3035 


36410 
2893 
3258 


32.843 
2:JI8 
10-29 


13073 
2985 
5;?40 


l/fwU!" ....'".*. 


30W) 


I/iviii-'ston 


U22 


Mi..lis... 


bm 


3M9 


6503 


;^20 


64!'3 :S8I1 


5195 


3819 


2624 


5784 


Mniiroe, 


10(107 


9008 


9»<(^2 


9-279 


]0l)6-2 9105 


10044 


90:») 


3.V54 


9«'.»3 




am 


4 1 '.17 
87407 


8936 
3472.J 


4m 


3945 4192 
34543 87311 


3942 
34541 


4200 
871171 


2970 
641(80 


3601 
1(823 


New York, 


34414 


Nin»t.ira, 


..: 4>M8 


4106 


4740 


4366 


4x21 4-291 


4813 


4-MM 


12tW 


4060 


Ondd*. 


12IH) 


10797 
8o(k4 
4204 


12164 
llli«4 


J0-»01 
8670 
4-200 


12164 10810 
11-277 J-o-HJ 
5085 4-2113 


13166 
11261 
5083 


10795 
4294 


99-23 
59iO 
425 


116:51 
11313 
5.553 




113(X) 


Oiit.irio, 


mi 


OiMiiite 


7R-20 


7454 


7921 


745;i 


7H01 7479 


7926 


7444 


6912 


8140 


Or:eiins, 


2«14 


2;i76 


3548 


2441 


3611 2;j:2 


3616 


zm 


216 


6(H5 


V>S\VC»(U « 


8006 


2994 


8036 


691^1 


80»a mri 


8(M6 


5990 


740 


7tS8 


OlseKo ...... 


5P3« 


6840 
14SI 


5938 
140!i 


5J»42 
13-2-2 


6935 6845 
1-238 14ir2 


5939 
1-239 


5843 
1490 


645 
651 


10498 
1068 


I'titiiam 


:::::::.:.: 1249 


Queens. •• 


". 4440 


HK18 


4444 


6593 


4431 6597 


4444 


6612 


16-:6 


2472 




RiStJ 


11 -iW 
27W 


9387 
1944 


11-240 
2796 


9371 11-261 
1941 •27!»6 


9-233 
1945 


11-2:56 
2793 


93.il 
1.588 


i,n 


HicliiiiDiid, ,. 


1945 


ICcMaiid 


14iW 


2179 


14<i9 


2179 


1498 2183 


1493 


2184 


1518 


128:5 


St. Lawrence 


10025 


'^m 


l(Hr26 


am 


mAO 3493 


10024 


8494 


2-261 


104-20 




6146 


5141 
24:53 


6132 
2358 


5137 
24;S7 


6044 523-2 
23.30 24>53 


6043 


51-29 
24:« 


31'^3 
20(15 


6110 
178:5 


Schenectady, 


23)i0 


SclK.l.arie, 


..> 29(>4 


4-.;i> 


2!K)0 


4.5.36 


2904 4534 


2892 


4547 


3788 


3302 


Scliuyler 


2513 


2110 


25 U? 


2110 


2515 2113 


2513 


2110 


lOftO 


2161 


SeneCH,. 


2i;io 


3144 


261-3 


314-2 


2tW 8143 


2.594 


3146 


1975 


29<»:5 


Sleii!)en, 


7328 


6487 


7:«l 


6486 


73:» 6487 


7:«1 


64'«6 


:^9-28 


89.;7 


Suffolk 


4-2H4 


4046 
3698 


4-2.)8 
29-'4 


4049 
36!»6 


4257 41154 
2W7 3701 


4355 
29-J7 


4053 
3688 


1376 

62 


2173 
4377 


SulliVHn,# 


:.:...::::: ^^ 


39(t2 


3104 


3*4) 


3118 


3894 3113 


3.*^5 


3113 


1081 


4502 


Totnpkios, 


3»ftJ 


2976 


3975 


2^79 


3977 2975 


3975 


2974 


2-206 


3419 


Ulster 


^ 7590 


8432 


7589 


84;{-2 


75^ 8438 


7587 


8419 


2000 


9.583 




2518 


2:fl'5 

4:^?8 


2517 
6787 


4224 


3513 241J0 
6828 4171 


2516 

5768 


2395 
4249 


16 
2938 


2451 
5715 


Wiisliiiigton, 


5794 




5450 


4-236 
2{76 


44.59 
8U6 
3615 


4-213 

lo:»4 
2:?.>4 


54'<9 4-2-29 
8168 m.58 
3610 2:iti6 


6449 
8141 
3616 


4240 
lft578 
23HS 


2.55 
6735 

89 


6626 
47t>4 
1807 




8165 


WyoiuiiiR, 


3W4 


YalCT 


273-J 


1870 


2741 


1870 


2748 1870 


2742 


1869 


073 


3144 


Totals, 


368385 : 


J99106 368102 399468 368588 399350 367986 3987-59 255112 329482 








EDWARDS 










FACTORS AND 


BROKERS. 




PRICK, $2.00. 












WEED, PARSONS & COMPANY, 












PUBLISHBHS. 






























• 





66 


EVKNING 


JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1871. 










Nkw York— Continued. 18;o. 

C 

Clile 
COUNTIES. It. 
Albany KOin 


OURT OF APPEALS. 

f Judpe. Associate .Tudpres. 

1). It. T>. R. I). R. 1). R. T>. 
8247 6«K5 83il3 6;M5 8208 &.>'.^ 8St9 6'.'21 8ftM 
HW9 240! 1»M8 2:m U<;\2 24;« l»i39 22-^6 l»il7 
lt*7 1S08 1DX7 l'-75 ItiK'j i^W )<-«J 1><7I mil 
T-UJ if^ im 1^73 1877 1>^7 ]H|2 1842 lsO<« 
271 li 2i>.9 2758 24tO 2701 2453 lti>^ 2411 251 ■? 
22:^2 2512 2174 24>Si 2204 2471 2190 2-195 21"^ 
27»W 17iil 27.)9 1761 2745 JKHJ 2:31 1755 2711 
2I!'0 2('W) 2199 2090 2-J2.1 2134 2l9l 2iMM 2129 
]912 124M l>-93 1247 1^98 1098 1M« )«5l 1473 
27!k; 1777 27»9 1798 ?790 1743 2Si6 17<i9 2778 
]II56 t'99 1147 1291 llo'„* 1191 K'-iO f>9« 1044 
2209 2277 2194 2282 2196 23<i3 2210 2-:*0 2199 
2192 2016 2206. 21118 2203 2037 2201 2011 2179 
7>95 5ti76 7«ll 5773 7772 6747 T740 67^7 7726 
10,58 10?>3 lOU 1028 1038 1029 1022 1571 737 

716 8y8 713 898 713 898 713 898 713 
1281 10.4 1281 10.14 12HI 10.i5 1?81 Kmo 1279 
146S 1428 1452 1425 1454 14:i0 1451 1429 14:il 
16;<7 925 IKiH '^3 lti35 908 l»*i5 921 1..33 
2H8 I'-So 2043 1833 2040 1821 2041 1824 20:!9 
3133 2713 3177 2t:94 3169 2729 3125 2.i75 3118 
2:r72l 14319 2:^725 14:i33 2:3730 14363 23ti97 143ti2 23655 
1291 1078 1196 1079 1191 1073 11<H) Hi73 1190 
1654 1921 1667 1944 1655 1955 1655 1948 H>43 
2!93 1826 2401 2027 2184 2582 21.a 1750 2065 
6003 6379 592:3 6375 5'<79 6392 6^74 63«<4 6851 
2128 1476 2138 1473 2133 1513 2117 1469 2<I94 
82152 26406 80«>t 23t35 80»-95 22246 7SM:33 220:34 81642 
30J<2 2371 30(i5 2:305 S0.;« 2275 3029 2:t08 2946 
6175 5161 5201 6204 6186 6182 6144 5160 .5137 
4264 6102 4211 6539 4260 5745 4H7 5173 3x75 
2477 2446 247:3 2238 2439 2245 24-! I 22:31 2368 
2-65 2759 2870 2751 2865 2761 28«>t 2750 2840 
2108 1492 1923 1523 1924 1502 1893 1520 1894 
.3093 2370 3274 2475 3078 2421 3083 2:376 3070 
2756 2150 2769 2176 2752 2211 2802 2l4)i 2708 

651 323 551 322 651 322 651 322 650 
1878 1012 1864 966 1KI3 977 1H95 964 ]8tQ 
&i90 4476 6503 4703 6470 4533 6:356 4424 6444 
1327 678 1328 662 1338 661 1322 701 1286 

649 419 649 420 648 419 &49 419 649 
1157 2554 1163 2556 1156 2556 1156 2556 1154 
2470- 2184 2488 2187 2474 2156 2475 21^5 24ti9 
1316 952 13:32 956 1317 953 1314 952 1316 
2221 llol 2222 1152 2221 1151 2220 1150 2221 

913 806 939 79:3 907 835 897 766 887 
1629 1125 1632 1092 1618 1090 1619 1090 1604 
30it4 2400 SliK) 2385 3134 2377 8081 2312 8068 
1296 936 1293 931 1297 934 1297 ^930 1295 

982 520 983 521 985 525 986 m22 980 
1542 1384 1543 1015 1543 1634 1541 14:39 1.528 
1214 1231 1246 12M8 1214 1297 1216 1237 1196 
2578 1531 2579 1528 2585 l»ol 2645 1526 2571 

795 843 976 842 793 654 795 846 795 
1683 2060 1748 2052 1685 2017 14670 2126 lt»42 
22ti7 1925 2268 1938 2258 1942 2258 1941 22.50 
4345 2573 43t>l 2549 4355 2567 4:3:32 2553 4320 
1028 1440 1026 1433 1038 1438 lOll 1430 1006 

907 1143 919 1183 898 1185 8fO 1167 898 

239890 154930 239173 154094 238516 152306 2366e'5 150862 235994 




A iiSv,; :::::::.::. 


2418 






1874 




CllttaniUBUS, 

Cayujra, 


1>{<7 

. . 24U9 




CliautaUQua 

ClicmUMK 

ClicnaUKO, 


2-147 

1743 

20'".' 






1341 






]7S3 




Cortland, 


]l3o 




DelawHre 

Diitcliess, 


2-.'7y 

2<i3l 




Krif 


{itilG 




Essex 


11^9 




Franklin, 


^7 




Fiiltj)n nnd Hamilton 
Genesee, 


lOttO 

141-2 

ci26 




lleikiuier, 

.JelTerson 

Kinps 

Lewis 

I.ivinirgtnn, 


18-21 

2721 

14354 

1080 

]()4<) 




Madison, 

Monroe 


2302 

526^ 

]4«0 






22187 




Niapara, 


22J7 




Oneidii, 


52(3 




Onondaga, 

Ontario 

Cranpe, ,. 

Orleans 


5t>l 

22.55 

2756 

1313 

2457 




Oisego, 


2174 






322 






1011 






45'l0 






673 




liockland 


.... 419 




St, Lawrence, 


2558 






218fl 






955 






1153 




Scliuyler 

Seneca, 


799 

1090 




Stenben, 


2373 




FulTolk 


932 






625 




Tiopa, 


1627 




Tompkins, .......... 


12«7 




Ulster 


1551 






Ml 






2(m 




AVayne, 


]M32 




West<liester, 


2564 




AVyominR 

Yates 


1427 

1172 




Totals, 


151978 




CODE 

w 


NEW YORK 

OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIOI 

1868- PRICE, S3.00. 

PUBLISHED BY 
EED, Parsons & Company, 

ALBANY, N. Y. 







EVENII 










C, 1871. 








67 




iQ JOURNAL ALMANA 














W YORK. 


















NE 




ALBANY COUNTY. 








^1870—, 


^1869-^ 


^1C€8— , 


j 
















Governor. 


Sec. i 


tate. Governor, 






,— 1« 


7a~« ^-1X69 — > 


,— 186»— 


Dlst. 


R. 


D. 


It. 


1). 


It. 


D. 






Governor. Sec. State. 


Governor. 


Watervliet 8 


64 


71 


210 


184 


287 


210 




PiBt 


1(. 


u. u. 


U. 


It. 


u. 


9 


85 


97 


60 


34 


94 


70 




Albany city: 












10 






122 


171 


200 


SOS 




1st ward,. 1 


276 


^' J? 


273 


90 


400 


Westerlo. . 1 


'ioo 


■ii8 


91 


117 


111 


117 




2 


.... 


.... 125 


353 


152 


4i;;{ 


2 


IbO 


2U2 


181 


193 


211 


181 ' 




3 




.... 229 


4(W 


187 


72.1 


















2d ward,. 1 


■■«? 


126 49 


221 


219 


oiy 


Akx. towoi. 


5139 


5326 


iwi 


4ft41 


5^ 


6P66 




2 
3d ward,. 1 


SIO 


049 133 
271 


2W) 
l»iO 
2:^0 
300 


219 


235 








5109 


6612 


6061 


8310 




'230 


'i«.5 

348 


327 


Gr.toUls,. 


11779 13343 


9754 114^ hflis 14276 




4th ward,. 1 

1 3 


" fiO 


277 168 
291 257 


13.} 
173 


188 
301 


179 
2-27 


ALLEGANY COUNTY. 








i 3 
5th ward,. 1 




178 .... 
197 155 


'149 


•2i5 


'266 


Alfred 

Allen 


274 
138 


81 
11 


240 

lot 


28 
9 


810 

lh6 


41 

12 




2 


145 


IM .... 






.... 


AllPH, 


32 


56 


36 


W 


50 


79 




6th ward. . 1 

! ^ 


17:i 
176 
315 

2M7 
236 


151 .... 

146 358 

»»7 .-... 

na .... 

306 83 
.... 143 

422 21)0 

179 17rt 
.... 4<l0 

492 190 
.... 311 


'285 


'433 


'i^7 


Almond, 

Amity 


214 
£47 


18;} 

141 


183 
229 


163 
i>8 


232 
316 


210 
151 




.... 


.... 


.... 


Andover ,... 


249 


140 


216 


116 


2x9 


152 




7lh ward,. 1 


'366 


'12! 

2.-)l 
604 
224 


'4.56 
516 
447 
679 


Angelica, ... 
Belfast 


2:^1 

200 


80 
143 


188 
161 


;5 

84 


262 
230 


lOU 
127 




8th ward.. 1 


207 


472 
288 
a58 
393 
159 
2;5H 


Birdsjill 

Bolivar, 

Burng, 


59 
126 
163 


89 
76 
116 


50 
116 
105 


63 
71 
70 


75 
156 
208 


.1 




3 
9th ward,. 1 


233 


263 
318 


'i79 
£01 

oa-, 
3;]^ 

340 
29?. 
231 


Ciineiidea. .. 
Clin ksville. , 


205 
140 


135 
29 


143 
109 


111 
26 


247 

222 


161 
89 






Centerville,. 


131 


36 


122 


25 


174 


28 




10th ward.. 1 

3 

3 

4 

i 11th ward,. 1 

12th ward.. I 


■ 84 

173 

346 
484 
»i 
90 
227 

3;ho 
341 


360 

187 340 

95 372 

.... 3t>t 

.... 61 

143 ... 

314 .... 

320 .... 

399 .... 

169 .... 

2.54 .... 

•381 .... 


404 
306 
2'.»9 
218 
192 


414 
404 
424 
3>'9 
115 


Cuba 

Friendship, . 

GranRer, ... 

Grove, 

Hume 


296 
248 
157 
159 
74 
304 


5M0 
130 
25 
31 
71 
113 


2:39 
211 
147 
110 
68 
227 


2.H1 

'S 

14 
74 
61 


298 
267 
194 
219 
123 
370 


2i9 

80 
104 




.,,* 


.... 


.... 


Indep'dfnce, 
New lludaon 


190 
182 


59 
5.3 


178 
129 


43 
47 


229 
231 


n 




13th ward,. 1 

2 

14th ward.. 1 

15th ward,. 1 


.... 


• .., 


.... 


Kushford, ... 


278 


49 


242 


45 


329 


4»? 




:::: 






Scio, 


173 

74 

272 


163 


168 
2§S 


160 
40 
135 


223 


187 
69 
la8 




Ward 

Wellsville, 1 




281 
34t> 
83 
170 


121 .... 
133 .... 
194 .... 
61 .... 


I... 


.... 


.... 


2 
West A I mo" d 


117 
106 


113 

58 


94 

77 


86 
36 


119 

148 


103 
54 




2 
16th ward.. I 




.... 




Willing 


170 


73 


104 


37 


191 


79 




'.'.'.'. 


::;; 


'.'.'.'. 


Wirt 


210 


47 


186 


35 


265 


59 




2 


221 


2'.-3 .... 


•••• 


.... 


Ill' 


Total 


eili 


2747 


4457 


2170 


6508 


^ 




A PS. city,. 


6700 


B^ MTO 


6612 


6003 


8310 






























BROOME COUNTY. 








Dethlehem. 1 


15 


16 299 


175 


291 


240 




















£18 


14:1 182 


106 


2>vJ 


y.m 


Barker, 


184 


141 


128 


107 


284 


821 






IHti 


166 102 


166 


151 


224 


Eing'n City 1 


273 


3nO 


223 


a^j 


216 


153 




Berne, .... 1 


83 


130 87 


113 


107 


117 


2 


205 


155 


169 


101 


260 


213 






155 


143 157 


ia3 


201 


118 


3 


301 


263 


228 


153 


868 


279 






67 


88 61 


74 


78 


f'8 


4 


355 


265 


2H0 


191 


87 


70 




Coeymans, 1 


138 


134 110 


123 


116 


138 


6 


103 


96 


77 


(A 


87 


83 






85 


hVi 88 


1«3 


99 


184 


BlnK'n T'n 1 


74 


84 


62 


44 


154 


60 






«• 


121 48 


120 


62 


142 


3 


120 


83 


96 


89 


195 


149 




Cohoesclfy 1 


146 


340 .... 








Chenanjro. .. 


230 


96 


144 


64 


284 


104 






2)9 


255 .... 


.... 






Conklin 


118 


140 


120 


76 


1.55 


115 






240 


348 .... 




_ 




ColesvUle . .1 


262 


149 


221 


113 


277 


171 






127 


157 .... 








2 


72 


80 


71 


74 


10 


107 




Gullderrd, 1 


IW 


89 186 


■72 


'2i3 


"93 


8 


106 


107 


110 


«» 


1.50 


96 






170 


106 164 


103 


196 


88 


Fenton 


214 


157 


149 


93 


243 


134 






113 


89 101 


83 


121 


90 


Kirkwood,..! 


62 


76 


63 


69 


83 


88 




Knox 1 


vn 


65 1^^ 


66 


211 


75 


a 


57 


67 


48 


63 


70 


84 






hY7 


67 ft* 


64 


108 


53 


Lisle 1 


I7:J 


61 


188 


7i 


2:<7 


95 




N.Scotland I 


l:U 


i:i IM 


107 


131 


lil 


2 


liU 


ta 


147 


61 


218 


64 






lri2 


108 151 


1(6 


171 


113 


3 


71 


38 














177 


81 164 


77 


177 


92 


Maine 1 


267 




225 


"5.3 


'296 


"73 




Rens'ville, 1 


138 


14S 117 


l»o 


144 


1,55 


3 


54 


71 


43 


64 


64 


73 






63 


174 57 


168 


70 


203 


Nantlcoke,.. 


127 


94 


74 


47 


163 


81 






66 


103 49 


94 


67 


111 


San ford 1 


196 


224 


47 


42 


209 


278 




Watervllet 1 


262 


im 189 


2.-J0 


239 


830 


2 


64 


44 


137 


180 


65 


48 






237 


208 2>6 


32"t 


411 


428 


3 


55 


27 


45 


29 


78 


85 






146 


20:l lrt9 


405 


222 


6rtl 


Triangle, . . .1 


140 


63 


122 


60 


144 


65 






223 


477 241 


326 


309 


880 


2 


75 


66 


73 


45 


88 


63 : 






%i{ 


216 212 


294 


326 


425 


3 


74 


60 


69 


61 


72 


69 






169 


76 149 


98 


226 


141 


Union .1 


83 


58 


68 


67 


100 


85 






167 


112 230 


175 


270 


23C 


2 


223 


191 


179 


169 


275 


207 





6S 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Nkw Yobk— Bhoomb Ck).— Continued. 

^-l'-70-^ .— 18d9— ^ ,— 1868— V 

Governor. Sec. State. Governor. 

Dl»t. K. D. 11. I). U. I) 

Vestal 207 224 H9 182 212 257 

Windsor....! 305 205 279 !»» 370 201 

a 63 43 49 29 65 

Totals,.... 6104 3^ 4072 2841 6698 ^ 

CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. 

AlleKany. ... 146 268 143 189 209 2o6 

Ashford, ...1 190 176 82 71 115 91 

3 99 63 125 70 

Carrollton... 59 101 54 88 87 107 

Coidsi.rinK. .120 91 93 78 110 103 

Couewango.l 194 103 72 69 107 78 

3 76 38 104 45 

Dayton. 194 86 133 56 194 103 

East Otto,... 147 87 160 71 IsW 82 

Kllicottville, 123 200 116 150 154 199 

Parmersville 191 63 116 39 209 5» 

FrHn'ville... 185 173 131 157 200 185 

Kreertoni, . , . 203 57 189 41 262 67 

Gt VHlley,.. 144 159 118 124 194 Ifio 

lllnsdale,... 135 203 120 162 167 202 

Humphrey.. 100 97 75 76 118 113 

iBclma, 93 96 83 81 119 103 

Leon 197 80 153 69 226 93 

Mule Valley, 148 77 124 51 16S 74 

Lyndon, 134 44 91 25 175 43 

MiichiMB 163 80 160 66 204 71 

Mansfield. .. 136 68 118 42 205 65 

Napoll 179 79 120 56 210 88 

New Albion. 194 130 162 102 227 147 

Olean 296 185 225 152 283 236 

Otto, 186 74 171 64 219 76 

Perrysburg. , 200 122 158 84 2:11 142 

Ferxia 124 163 120 144 139 160 

I'ortville. ... 187 92 156 66 272 111 

lUnddlph, .. 303 181 227 125 821 160 

Red House.. 28 66 16 28 

SalanisitiCH, . 168 159 105 83 241 230 

a. Valley, ... 71 46 46 23 80 51 

Yorkshire,.. 192 139 182 131 255 140 

Total* 5109 3742 4194 2844 6120 3915 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 
Auburn : 

Istward,.. 329 239 232 177 575 875 

2d ward... 413 183 307 135 378 154 

3d ward,.. 341 210 289 169 361 221 

4lliward, . 193 255 139 214 412 392 

Sthward,.. 129 156 111 134 

ethward,.. 254 130 197 112 

7iliward».. 61 67 54 61 

AurelijBB,...! 61 82 50 69 136 146 

3 ira 141 86 114 1-24 16.5 

Brutua. 376 251 335 174 3*^4 228 

Cato 284 ItiS 223 122 358 167 

Coi.queft.... 200 222 121 187 226 222 

Flemin/ 179 104 122 74 1^7 92 

Geno.i,.....! 1«5 76 151 02 213 88 

3 196 66 177 42 2:}4 6:'. 

Ira 276 190 Wi 125 2!«5 2N 

LedvHfd,.... 313 110 2-J5 W) 346 119 

U.cke, 202 73 152 56 220 72 

MeiilB,.. .. 210 298 177 273 2!t2 267 

Montezuma, ll4 169 W l«0 150 ]t» 

Moravia. ... 311 202 244 152 3:^7 188 

Niles, 1 141 129 114 ll>7 167 137 

3 93 97 78 74 130 87 

Ownsco l&\ 75 113 52 187 97 

Scinido. ..... 253 149 I9;i 107 29:1 1:« 

iieMipronius, 142 91 121 78 187 9>« 

SeiMiell 210 128 176 94 262 128 

Si.rinui.ort,.. 226 1H8 1x9 1;« 283 229 

Sterling, . 325 176 2:« 122 411 232 

.CninnierHUl l«o 70 136 54 212 h^ 

Tl.roou m 120 107 109 165 144 

Venice 293 115 193 74 aVJ 107 

Victory 247 157 179 101 304 169 

ToUlg..,. 7120 4906 5529 3797 8193 4971 



CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 







^-1870— > 


^m 


■j9—. 


^1868-^ 






Governor. 


See. SUte. 


Governor. 


Dist. 


J{. 


D. 


R. 


D. 


K. 


It 


ArkwriRlit 




136 


83 


99 


62 


180 


100 


Husti 




310 


90 


283 


M 


331 


10:1 


r«rrnll, .. 




260 


63 


495 


63 


326 


•» 


Chnrlotte.. 




152 


213 


1.51 


203 


203 


238 


Chau'qua, 


1 


256 


220 


213 


185 


277 


182 




2 


117 


66 


129 


48 


170 


«2 


Cherry C'k 




199' 


105 


175 


96 


2:17 


95 


(Mymer. . . 




240 


36 


224 


29 


292 


85 


Dunkirk,.. 


1 


116 


181 


133 


115 


153 


209 




2 


158 


118 


175 


72 


183 


141 




3 


156 


329 


181 


206 


240 


385 


Ellery 




258 


109 


274 


fr3 


335 


99 


Ellicott,... 


1 


458 


153 


300 


114 


467 


165 




2 


4t^ 


201 


313 


108 


553 


213 


Klllnfrton. 




286 


74 


202 


49 


364 


H7 


French U'k 




136 


67 


126 


40 


1K5 


69 


Gerry 




198 


39 


172 


33 


2:19 


45 


Hanover, . 


1 


131 


113 


119 


95 


147 


125 




2 


182 


141 


159 


132 


206 


151 




3 


106 


78 


96 


62 


127 


82 




4 


79 


61 


71 


42 


125 


65 


Ilarmony,. 


1 


209 


58 


195 


43 


2H9 


59 




2 


a59 


32 


314 


30 


101 


2.5 




3 


84 


37 


85 


32 


110 


43 


Kiantone, 




79 


29 


71 


25 


91 


30 


Min 




139 


62 


138 


61 


182 


79 


PoWmd, .. 




278 


47 


189 


88 


30.5 


63 


Pomfret,.. 


1 


li'3 


142 


154 


110 


220 


135 




3 


216 


168 


163 


131 


2:17 


180 




3 


80 


100 


69 


87 


97 


97 


Portland, . 




231 


l:14 


251 


136 


293 


1H5 


Rlpl-y, ... 




206 


149 


197 


127 


2-.0 


174 


Sheridan. . 




158 


140 


147 


123 


213 


ii;7 


Sherman, . 




247 


62 


245 


65 


2J*7 


6<; 


Stockton, . 




2.)3 


155 


216 


124 


285 


162 


Villeiiova, 




210 


126 


159 


96 


244 


]:« 


Westfield,. 


1 


3tH) 


255 


380 


185 


412 


227 




3 


71 


26 


86 


20 


96 


25 


Totals, . . 


.. 


7770 


4252 


6849 


3360 


9339 


4503 




CHEMUNG COUNTY. 






Ashland, .. 




129 


98 


119 


79 


134 


95 


Biddwifi... 




l:i0 


112 


101 


l:ll 


116 


l:-;0 


We Fiats, 




204 


240 


166 


lf'8 


210 


2::o 


Cfitlin 




163 


144 


112 


110 


Iti-, 


172 


rheiiiunp. 




224 


177 


197 


141 


249 


171 


Flmira 




115 


146 


87 


103 


127 


120 


Eliniracity 
















1st wjird 




191 


143 


176 


146 


210 


133 


2d •• 




185 


398 


151 


270 


174 


3-'0 


Sd " 


1 
2 


210 
182 


212 
196 


271 


313 


319 


233 


4th " 




2-J8 


3^ 


"220 


'299 


'2«V5 


'3^7 


5th " 




217 


229 


lti9 


210 


2:19 


209 


Wh '* 




204 


199 


192 


145 


2;3 


1(54 


Erin 




100 


220 


77 


181 


126 


20:{ 


Horseh'ds, 


1 


2«5 


266 


240 


229 


275 


2:!6 




2 


62 


»9 


51 


98 


69 


1(«4 


.Southport, 


I 




175 


43 


121 


f-^ 


IHI 




2 


149 


179 


114 


144 


165 


1X1 


Van Ktten 




127 


219 


106 


184 


127 


210 


Veteran. . 


1 


110 


90 


61 


70 


117 


79 




2 


211 


166 


191 


145 


2:15 


170 


Totals... 




3502 


4082 


2849 


3312 


3646 


3778 




CHENANGO COUNTY. 






Aflnn, .... 




263 


213 


227 


176 


295 


210 


liaiidnidice 




2«6 


180 


246 


156 


301 


IKI 


CclumiMis. 




2:17 


64 


IW 


4:l 


266 


55 


• 'oventry. 




19:1 


l:i-3 


195 


13.1 


219 


liJi 


Germ.m,.. 




98 


64 


104 


61 


109 


(>> 


(ireene, .. 


't 


1«3 


191 


149 


186 


175 


ISI 




2 


243 


243 


2:11 


222 


2«4 


25-^ 


Guilford. . 


1 


109 


179 


95 


1!.6 


121 


175 




3 


2.<7 


101 


230 


101 


2ril 


m 


Lincklaen, 




170 


49 


171 


54 


201 


51 


McDon'Kh, 




146 


153 


143 


159 


167 


a63 



EVENING JOUKNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



69 



N«w York 


-Ch 


ENANOo Co.-Continued. 




<— 1870-^ 


.— 18fi9 — V 


^1868—, 




Governor. 


Sec. State. 


3overnor. 


DIst 


K. 


I) 


K 


I>. 


K 


n. 


New Berlin 1 


225 


U9 


m 


128 


316 


lil 


2 


i;« 


VM) 


131 


131 


i;« 


136 


N. Norwich 1 


113 


b6 


w 


72 


111 


81 


2 


•AH 


Ifl 


37 


20 


47 


21 


Norwich,..! 


308 


3W 


2-W 


283 


261 


271 


2 


■m 


301 


:«H 


306 


374 


276 


Otgelic 


2:.9 


117 


216 


117 


279 


118 


Oxford 1 


200 


l.=)9 


178 


163 


214 


178 


2 


188 


l.W 


1K8 


168 


2-U 


IHI 


Phnn!Rlia,. 


91 


IrtO 


110 


177 


112 


174 


P tcher, . . . 


173 


112 


170 


l'i3 


192 


V.W 


Plymouth, . 


1«*5 


i;« 


171 


NO 


219 


139 


Preston.... 


104 


103 


i^ 


99 


111 


117 


Sherburne, 


m 


m 


372 


205 


474 


216 


SinithvUle. 1 


b2 


KM 


51 


116 


68 


1(W 


2 


78 


122 


78 


Via 


«6 


l;« 


flmyrna, ... 


306 


VI 


2»4 


104 


315 


97 



ToUls,.. 5456 4063 4389 3974 5S33 4137 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



Ausable, .. 1 


1.19 


103 


121 


80 


148 


114 


2 


125 


167 


103 


134 


141 


150 


AHona, .... 


210 


215 


154 


136 


183 


153 


li'kinant'n. 


269 


241 


231 


211 


291 


2;« 


Ul'k Brook. 1 


184 


255 


115 


175 


161 


188 


2 


50 


82 


44 


70 


60 


83 


Champlain I 


242 


233 


2-24 


185 






2 


117 


171 


119 


163 


■433 


■355 


Chaty, ....1. 


1-20 


133 


109 


114 


145 


124 


2 


230 


70 


199 


70 


265 


63 


Clinton, 


38 


257 


45 


150 


63 


230 


l>Hnneni(>ia 


63 


183 


64 


143 


l:« 


43 


Ellcnburgh, 1 


73 


i:» 


63 


95 


101 


113 


2 


119 


l96 


107 


150 


137 


190 


Mooers,'...! 


1!'I 


144 


169 


123 


194 


122 


2 


279 


107 


•-410 


12.5 


2.55 


127 


Peru 1 


148 


140 


145 


.140 


197 


131 


3 


113 


138 


no 


69 


154 


109 


Plattfiba'gh 1 


266 


4!« 


198 


373 


278 


340 


2 


153 


90 


llo 


79 


145 


V> 


8 


1H7 


308 


119 


261 


216 


213 


Saranac. . . 1 


205 


273 


187 


236 


244 


2-20 


2 


98 


111 


73 


108 


80 


111 


Schuy'r fU 


152 


232 


116 


161 


184 


217 


TotalB, .... 


3790 


4419 


3131 


357I 


42^ 


3728 


COLUMBIA COUNTY. 






Ancram,... 


Itvi 


249 


1.13 


1«6 


194 


244 


Austerlitz.. 


178 


142 


l:« 


126 


200 


13;} 


('HMHan.. .. 


273 


163 


243 


141 


2y4 


166 


Chatham,., t 


3<« 


2>M 


267 


200 


352 


2S0 


2 


234 


22:1 


183 


191 


23.-> 


3;i^ 


Claverack, 1 


173 


127 


119 


101 


147 


117 


2 


118 


173 


101 


154 


109 


n? 


3 


165 


144 


138 


134 


156 


140 


Clermont . 


53 


175 


37 


148 


65 


180 


Copake, ... I 


5:} 


58 


54 


5:1 


66 


56 


2 


180 


169 


155 


147 


l'-3 


175 


Oallatin, . . 1 


108 


75 


95 


70 


127 


81 


2 


101 


43 


73 


46 


94 


45 


fiermant'n 


l.M 


l.V> 


i:S 


115 


1«3 


125 


flhent. 


3>5 


276 


2«0 


183 


3il 


2^ 


(!reriii>Ort, 


127 


l»«0 


••6 


132 


166 


181 


liiiUUale,..! 


187 


195 


176 


191 


211 


185 


2 


H 


54 


25 


61 


27 


55 


3 


la 


45 


21 


43 


25 


43 


Hudson: 














1st w.nl,.. 


161 


223 


141 


175 


173 


194 


2(1 waril,.. 


2:J4 


XVi 


m 


29:1 


16:i 


309 


3.1 wanl... 


250 


2-21 


213 


176 


217 


221 


4ili WHrd,.. 


311 


3r« 


2-2-2 


2H0 


257 


312 


Kimlerli'ok 1 


L1« 


23-* 


124 


210 


i.;i 


25;^ 


i 


221 


2rt4 


1'3 


218 


273 


2:il 


Livincst-on. 


210 


218 


I.i2 


223 


213 


2-rf) 


New Ld)"n. 


19J 


221 


141 


IMl 


m 


2:V) 


StockDt.rt,. 


173 


154 


115 


117 


m 


142 



^-1870-^ ^186^-^ ^1868-. 

^, Governor. Sec. State. Governor. 

DUU K. D. U. 0. R. D. 

Stuyvesant, 1 65 97 67 73 69 ItiO 

^ ,, 2 146 187 88 133 121 316 

Taghkanic, 133 230 100 202 157 211 

ToUIs,... {^ 6664" m" 4670 KtiO 6675 

CORTLAND COUNTY, 

CIncin'atus 143 149 120 138 1«0 148 

Cortldvjlle 1 460 191 388 131 484 170 

2 262 158 194 96 U9 1(12 

„ , 8 214 86 1X2 58 268 K4 

Cnyler. .... 209 63 153 >1 251 63 

Freetown,. 134 73 10« 65 144 61 

llaiforU,... 151 77 99 43 165 66 

Homer 1 129 63 105 83 151 55 

2 223 118 187 95 266 107 

3 275 87 215 69 809 76 

Lapeer 97 72 70 49 108 73 

.Marathon,. 249 151 187 117 255 149 

I'reble 126 155 106 131 138 163 

Scott 198 71 139 61 225 73 

Solon 83 122 61 100 *4 1.S5 

Taylor 157 96 113 69 IrO 87 

Truxton, .. 140 193 144 139 197 185 

Virgil 1 214 117 151 114 238 117 

a 69 60 36 27 70 44 

Willett 105 130 85 103 123 134 

ToUli.... 3626 2212 2fi20 ^&^^ 4m 2^ 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

indes 1 273 91 213 67 809 70 

2 101 115 60 101 93 114 

Bovina,... LU 74 145 51 181 67 

Colchester, I 213 130 167 116 208 IX 

2 50 63 37 67 42 36 

3 80 80 70 69 7i 72 
Davenport, 1 120 154 110 136 123 155 

2 93 175 83 148 94 1(^6 

Delhi 1 249 153 219 139 2:^4 144 

2 239 103 209 99 223 112 

Franklin, . 1 2ti8 186 224 141 801 187 

2 136 69 140 54 159 61 

3 73 34 66 28 70 88 
Hnmden,.. 338 58 220 53 364 63 
Uaucock, . 1 58 63 63 54 96 72 

2 194 209 146 195 2U 234 

3 54 32 

Ilarpersfi'd 179 170 34 22 176 154 

Kortdght,.. I 90 113 135 121 106 123 

3 93 108 KJ 117 96 119 

Masonville, ^ 2!2 H»3 OB 111 216 1!« 

Meredith... 215 128 1»» 1H5 2:31 125 

Middlet'D,. 1 97 114 193 113 100 l:fit 

2 l;n 247 80 125 132 277 

3 71 67 170 307 62 60 
Roxbury,..! 58 61 68 63 60 69 

2 48 34 60 39 60 :^3 

3 95* 251 8T 201 97 214 
Sidney,.... 1 61 118 53 115 *£) 144 

2 108 78 96 61 100 73 

3 58 84 37 68 67 80 
Stamford... 185 200 167 193 2<)5 210 
Tompkius,. 1 187 156 l:«) 115 221 141 

2 276 2:» 211 173 326 2:W 

Walton,.... 480 273 a48 202 463 236 

TotaU,.... 6352 4146 4159 STHl 5596 43C3 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Amenla. ..1 210 157 158 137 188 203 

2 158 66 9:} 61 hVi 81 

Beekman.. 2«3 78 17:1 M 204 124 

Cliuton....!. 118 119 115 105 141 117 

3* 109 94 100 90 117 119 

Dover 1 2:>7 116 115 145 209 1.15 

2 117 ia5 83 laj 117 128 

E. Fishkill.. 1 101 73 51 88 79 \Ki 

2 81 69 61 43 70 69 

3 76 141 48 143 67 182 



70 




EVENING 


JOURNA 


L ALMANAC, 1 


871. 


















Nbw Yobk 


— Dutch Bss Co 


.— Continued. 




1S70-^ 


^1869^ 


^1868-^ 






^1870--. ^18ft)— 
Govefnor. Sec. 6tate. 


1868--^ 
governor. 


Dist 
BuflTalo citv • 


Governor. 
U. 1). 


3ec. :< 
K. 


Uite. 


Governor. 
R. D. 




Dbt. 
FhhkiU....! 

3 
4 
6 

Hyde Park 1 

Liierange.. 
Milan 1 

NorUi East, 
Pawiinie. .. 
Pine Plains 
pit V^llt-y, 
Po'keepsie 1 


I{. 

302 
2tW 
2-29 

100 

iHtf 

131 
259 
75 
130 
257 
317 
287 
2« 
l-i8 
ItK) 


I). 

309 
246 
IriO 
151 
77 

41 

102 
219 
115 
119 
243 
231 
147 


K. 

167 
2(t9 
172 
135 
68 
l.'t8 
113 
201 
66 
98 
194 
2«6 
183 
175 
110 
147 


253 
2U>4 
131 
152 
80 
145 
1-29 
191 
41 
8C 
174 
1115 
144 
24.i 
191 
120 


K. 
285 

6( 
244 

172 
86 
164 
128 
250 
67 
130 
2(W 
326 
1>9 
227 
153 
211 


a-)9 

249 
lOjJ 

'9^ 
198 
156 
241 
54 
118 
215 
l:i4 
l(i2 
2til 
266 
118 


1st ward, i 
2 
3 

2d ward. I 
3 
8 

3d ward, 1 
2 

4th ward, I 
2 
3 

5th ward. 1 
2 

6th ward, 1 
2 
3 


147 
151 

1!«9 
156 
325 
2iW 
341 
296 
2(»9 
241 
245 
400 
30«) 
313 
216 
336 
2.52 


398 
395 
61 15 
246 
174 
135 
455 
417 
156 
2:14 
279 
410 
527 
242 
400 
2.-.6 
353 


119 
l;j6 

167 
290 
237 

3;{3 

252 
153 
227 
2-^ 
3:36 
282 
297 
201 
319 
216 


3-25 

328 
417 
187 
147 
112 
293 
320 
120 
245 
194 
2x9 
4-22 
212 
290 

191 

308 


119 

115 
2^0 
227 
344 
324 
369 
318 
211 
244 
2!'3 
428 
303 
:]36 
197 
371 
2«»2 


409 
4-25 
477 
2:54 
191 
l:« 
3<i3 

■m 

158 
279 
2.il 
3m 
511 
2i2 
3:17 
200 
867 




Pn*keep?iecUy: 












7th ward, I 


376 


306 


371 


236 


395 


30^ 




Isl war<l. 


236 


43R 


185 


380 


2«5 


XP2 




237 


160 


221 


112 


2:38 


1.-.0 




2d w»rd. 


i!70 


330 


2:« 


3:3 


33- 


402 


3 


417 


400 


347 


S19 


326 


415 




3d ward. 


377 


l'i7 


276 


l'<9 


;^9 


11-7 


8th ward, I 


164 


317 


141 


226 


191 


2''5 




4tli ward. 


8><!) 


217 


270 


222 


30^ 


245 


2 


207 


517 


211 


322 


297 


420 




5tli ward. 


357 


196 


265 


162 


303 


2C6 


9lh ward. 1 


310 


2:!6 


303 


195 


404 


2:i8 




Hth ward, 


287 


153 


215 


137 


286 


145 


3 


368 


2-23 


3;^2 


198 


4U9 


228 




Red Hook. 1 


208 


25:3 


147 


234 


226 


252 


lOtli ward, 1 


492 


31)6 


446 


2:i6 


484 


29:1 




2 


Ml 


243 


105 


207 


119 


277 


2 


389 


218 


362 


205 


439 


2:i4 




Rhinebeck, 1 


204 


223 


164 


177 


218 


24(1 


11th ward, 1 


•201 


191 


177 


16:] 


3:11 


2|H 




3 


2(M 


l.io 


1^0 


138 


3;{0 


17: 


2 


1>'3 


167 


136 


1-29 


239 


127 




Stanford,.. 1 


174 


2(U 


123 


174 


152 


179 


3 


151 


88 


1<5 


54 










121 


97 


105 


70 


134 


75 


12th ward. 1 


2.W 


33! 


269 


2:!8 


■311 


'sni 




Union Vnle 


254 


f9 


205 


82 


2:50 


119 


2 


54 


123 


51 


no 


75 


117 




U'asbiiigt'n t 


ltt» 
182 


107 
172 


117 
100 


93 
142 


170 
1^3 


142 
211 


13tl. ward, 


169 


205 


150 


175 


1^6 


178 




Totali, ... 


wi 


67W 


6136 


6oii 


8084 


7"652 


Total city. 839!» 
Totals,.... 13937 1 


9509 


7695 7318 8974 8883 
2407 11810 15591 14858 




5371 1 






ERIK COUNTY 










ESSEX COUNTY. 








Alden, .... I 

Ami. erst,.. I 

Aurora, ... 1 
2 
noston, ... 

Krai.t 

Cktowaga, 
Uarence,.. 1 

Colden, ... 
Collins, ... 1 

Concord... 1 
2 
3 


138 
67 
212 
30 
218 
02 
117 
13t> 
199 
l:« 
2:i3 
152 
169 
149 
271 
86 
51 


124 

148 
246 
143 
195 
40 
2:4 
120 

'!5 

1-29 
194 
76 
97 
144 
73 
61 


109 
52 
175 
38 
208 
94 
93 
107 
15:] 
116 
199 
114 
149 
1-24 

81 


92 
116 
214 
113 
165 

3;] 
142 
121 
123 

55 

(3 
189 

44 

78 
12M 

47 


143 
64 
269 
48 
259 
116 
129 
l:J7 
222 
156 
298 
160 
20s 
276 
292 
95 


126 

17« 
291 

173 
46 
225 
129 
172 
72 
137 

2();-; 

60 
119 
133 

79 


Chesterfi'd 1 

Crnn-P P'nt 
Elizabhfu 
Essex 

'" s 

Keene, — 

Lewis 

Minerva, .. 
Moriah. ...1 
2 
Newcomb,. 
North Kll.a 
N. Ilndson, 


210 
45 
345 

V4 

151 

78 
118 
183 
48 
2M8 
154 
26 
29 
77 


206 
40 
147 
82 
161 
128 
133 
31 
130 
116 
217 
2t0 

55 


183 
40 
309 
177 
124 
129 
61 
95 
131 
36 
212 
106 
25 
29 
51 


145 
33 
91 
64 
151 
115 
117 
21 
98 
65 
109 
194 
2 
43 
33 


220 
53 
448 
207 
169 
158 
90 
1:9 

m 

63 
362 
160 
28 
39 
• 8 


182 
39 
121 

1.-,.-, 
Ill 
116 
:0 
1:2 
103 
172 
140 
7 
39 
34 




43 


50 


61 


64 


St. Arm'iid, I 


43 


11 


34 


13 


36 


15 




R Hamb'g. 

Eden, 1 

2 
Elma 1 


247 

41 

147 

123 

S5 


193 
94 
142 
143 
120 


2-20 

127 
106 


160 
66 
88 

141 

81 


276 
50 

18-5 

147 

ICW 


214 
9i 
147 
154 
130 


2 

Schroon, .. 
Ticnd-r'a, 
W esfiMirt. . 
Wllli*lM,r.V. 


20 
18:1 
315 
208 
171 


9 
132 

195 
l:;2 
130 


2;; 
1!3 
244 
185 
150 


84 
147 
105 
123 


19 
2:54 
3.39 
252 
1^8 


6 
115 

168 

i;j5 

117 




Evans, .... 1 


113 


72 


91 


38 


115 


84 


Wiliningt'n 


132 


27 


115 


19 


153 


26 




2 

Gd IslHnd. 


213 
107 


180 

118 


2(16 
100 


128 
1(14 


219 
109 


145 

103 


Totals,.... 


31% 


2413 


2573 


IttI 


3623 


2134 




Ilaiiiburt;li. 
Holland,.. 


198 
127 


349 
206 


172 
1(»2 


228 
159 


226 
139 


357 
200 


FRANKLIN COUNTY. 








Lancaster, I 


139 


266 


150 


301 


2:!0 


350 


Ranenr, ... 


343 


118 


2:55 


113 


sm 


129 




2 


97 


64 


83 


64 


130 


76 


Uellmont, . 


117 


lt>4 


105 


72 


144 


J24 




3 


30 


106 










Bouibuy, . . 1 


108 


87 


77 


84 


100 


111 




Marilla.... 


175 


220 


ISO 


"is-i 


■'ii'u 


'2:56 


3 


16 


38 


18 


4a 


18 


52 




Newetead, 1 


ISl 


78 


89 


5;J 


158 


H6 


nrandon... 


91 


42 


71 


3:] 


108 


47 




2 


252 


1.^ 


207 


120 


305 


145 


ISrii;liton,.. 


2:i 


20 


10 


17 


28 


10 




N. Collins . \ 


130 


37 


112 


36 


152 


34 


Itnike,. ... 


IKO 


1«4 


116 


l:i2 


199 


2:l'< 




2 


b3 


97 


56 


63 


f<l 


88 


Cbate'gay,. 1 


1-23 


124 


105 


115 


12:» 


l-JO 




Sardinia... 


193 


KA 


1»6 


K3 


256 


170 


2 


12:1 


173 


105 


171 


129 


191 




'I'on.'iWHn'a 


141 


379 


124 


308 


176 


350 


Constable,. 


125 


137 


104 


96 


148 


140 




Wales. .... 


177 


136 


140 


10") 


198 


l:!4 


Pickiiison, 


316 


38 


234 


35 


392 


34 




\V. Seueca. 1 


72 


113 


77 


162 


212 


290 


Duuie 


15 


39 


20 


27 


26 


31 




a 


iiS 


170 










Ft. Cov'fn. 
Frankliu...! 


25:i 
25 


161 
59 


228 
22 


136 
47 


3ttl 
26 


148 
55 




Total towns 


5ii 


5862 


4691 


4492 


6617 


5975 


3 


m 


61 


71 


56 


90 


60 







■rrrr: 





EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1871 








71 




New YoiiK — Fkanklix Co.— ContlnueJ. 




^1?70— , 


^-1869-^ 


^-i«n8--^ 




^-\ft:(U^ ^_I).,;<w^ ,_m,ig-_. 

Governor. Sec. Sliite. Governor. 

Disk. i{. 1>. K. i>. K. I). 

Ilnrriefn. . 40' W 23 :it> 2Ji 5i 

.Maluiie.. .. I 373 l!i| 2i*.l 111 4li> l»>t) 


Governor. 
Dist. K. D. 

Hope 

Inilian L'e 

L I'leadant 


Sec. 
U. 
57 
17 
26 
88 
9 
53 


jtiite. 
1). 
Ill 
29 
56 


Governor. 
It. 1) 
73 e4 
30 :S2 




3 3.JJ 276 2.i3 175 an:] 

Mnira Irtl liii JJl 15J 1x4 

Wesiville, . 114 114 US 74 1^ 


25!» 
21)3 
116 


Lnn? Lake. 
Morehouse, 
Wells 


:::; 


:::: 


1 

■ 30 

141 


60 

9 

69 


•J 

3:f 
141 




Totals,.... 2.'t7'.» 2213 2312 1736 3384 


2190 


Totals,... 


"215 


I57 


213 


473 


285 


453 


i 


FULTO.V COUXTV. 




IIEIJKIMER COUNTY, 






nieecker... -14 li4 41 130 73 


147 


Colnmbla.. 


2>i8 


153 


218 


13:1 


297 


165 


Hr..;i.liili.ia 315 2iw 2!i3 22t> 32^ 


250 


I>>iinii>e. .. 


179 


159 


Vv-i 


118 


204 


117 


r'liincii, ... 46 103 41 J*7 58 


113 


Kairtield... 


11*1 


]:}8 


111 


111 


226 


]:;{ 


'J 


K|ilir;,i;4li,. 216 2''7 IW SW 2t>» 


2tW 


Frankfort.. I 


226 


257 


\>i7 


216 


244 


23(i 




Joliiislywii 1 34;J 3.?» 2''0 2:5 itl6 


307 


2 


116 


65 


94 


46 


14J 


4'i 




2 4lH 24;J 375 ]>iX 428 


183 


German F. 1 


300 


848 


247- 


3(i:} 


3-'0 


376 




3 3(1-, 2.30 2H8 207 3il 

4 475 2.-.2 4;MI 170 5(i4 


228 
175 


3 
Herkimer,. 


519 
319 


263 
3)i8 


327 
213 


165 
3ti9 


440 
2.«.3 


21:: 
876 




Mayfleld,..! ]>» IHJ 149 ]»•> 214 


l(i2 


liitclifiel.l.. 


178 


118 


l.>5 


118 


199 


1-12 




2 107 59 83 65 124 


H7 


l.ittie Fallal 


413 


500 


360 


419 


454 


5I(J 




Nnrfliiu'n.. 210 2+> 145 217 l^H 


2H3 


2 


85 


211 


71 


189 


109 


2U 




Ol.l.Ml.eim 2(10 248 170 2IH iVO 


273 


Mnnheim,. 


1H6 


220 


13:J 


165 


l!t5 


25:1 




IVitli 126 U{ 1U8 ]II5 139 

blratfurd,.. il4 118 89 138 130 


KKi 
l.io 


Newport, . . 
Norway,... 


283 
115 


143 
120 


229 
100 


l:10 
111 


2;«« 

136 


125 
125 




Totals,.... 30(i4 ^ 2676 2535 3370 


2707 


Ohio 

Uussia 1 


113 
2;i6 


120 
61 


8:1 
227 


118 
44 


110 
2!«6 


131 
56 




GENKSEE COHNTy. 




3 

Salisbury.. 


109 
231 


66 
161 


103 
225 


59 
117 


144 

310 


79 
1.59 




Al;ib^ma... 2.w 80 178 53 301 


102 


Schuyler. . 


195 


110 


1.57 


90 


2:{6 


146 




Ak.\;.ii.ler. 2l!» 126 220' J*4 277 


128 


Stark 


243 


178 


204 


l»i5 


2:«) 


145 




Ualavia, ..1 216 m 200 m 2-.2 


1K7 


Warren,... 1 


113 


98 


113 


100 


l:W 


102 




3 21*4 1S»6 iDti 173 2(i;i 


214 


3 


73 


86 


78 


9U 


80 


9;i 




3 2;« UW 17J I'^i 213 




Wilmurt,.. 1 


19 


4 


17 


4 


27 


lU 




nersen. ... 2ii 177 158 76 2(>!< 


209 


3 






4 


43 








I»elh;.ny,.. 216 117 173 157 2.-)3 


l.)l 


Winfteld... 


237 


119 


210 


93 


225 


*i66 




llyion 226 108 147 83 256 


121 


















I»iireii, ... 2.><t 178 lti2 1;>0 273 


227 


Totals,... 


4371 


4073 


4096 


35ir 


5341 


4113 




KI1)H 217 183 180 151 26.<i 


197 


















LeUoy....! 3(»8 286 2>iO 231 323 
2 200 167 HO 135 2tl 


2iS9 
174 


JEFFERSON COUNTY. 








Oakfield... 177 !»7 141 82 186 


120 


Adams,.... 1 


219 


159 


l>-2 


116 


271 


i^e 




l';i villi. . 1. . , 206 121 167 87 2i;0 


142 


3 


231 


79 


215 


62 


297 


81 




Pembroke, 1 149 !18 129 72 i;()5 


110 


Alexandria 1 


77 


178 


76 


1J8 


^8 


147 




3 171 137 140 89 1S47 


143 




128 


75 


121 


63 


146 


86 




Staffonl,.., 213 120 140 75 2>il 


142 


3 

Antwerp... 1 


83 
351 


99 
1.56 


85 
2:13 


97 
109 


1111 
378 


109 
143 










Totals,... 3701 2518 2893 2022 4239 


2863 


2 


78 


78 


53 


81 


87 


8<> 








Drownville 1 


89 


90 


68 


81 


92 


92 




GREENE COUNTY. 




3 


71 


67 


60 


43 


90 


62 




Aslilind, .. 150 74 119 56 IcO 


6") 


3 


96 


33 


77 


24 


134 


3c 




Atheiis,.... 1 244 213 116 226 220 
2 78 54 60 41 95 


309 
59 


CapeVinc't 1 


Ifil 
176 


56 
232 


150 


37 

204 


1^5 
195 


67 
238 




Cairo 1 leO 250 161 205 226 


249 


2 


59 


103 


53 


74 


71 


112 




3 46 45 40 33 HI 


51 
n36 
174 
119 


Champion, 


240 


173 


2!3 


122 


323 


151 




Catsklll,...l 363 342 223 261 307 
3 74 157 44 133 83 
3 130 107 <« 75 188 


Clayton,... 1 


126 

187 


146 
221 


110 
l-M 


118 
217 


150 
223 


111 
257 




Ellisburgh. 1 


213 


191 


1«1 


157 


24i* 


217 




4 147 136 109 113 176 


155 


3 


198 


112 


146 


75 


243 


l:i6 




Coxsackle, 1 2!« a37 207 2:« 335 


349 


3 


248 


109 


200 


92 


2! "9 


121 




2 47 ni 44 109 65 


lii 


Henderson 


225 


i:a 


191 


•140 


2^3 


141 




Durham, . 1 14.5 215 120 203 168 


205 


Houusfield, 1 


125 


114 


115 


93 


liiO 


169 




3 131 114 108 1112 154 


12(1 


2 


li 


27 


69 


19 


SI 


24 




Greenville. 251 2.">0 2ll4 2:i2 277 


24-5 


3 


88 


47 


6:1 


55 


103 


61 




lt:ilcott, ... 21 63 20 til 29 


72 


LeRay..... 1 


196 


157 


167 


149 


2:50 


177 




Hunter,...! 73 93 25 68 55 


9'' 


2 


197 


96 


147 


75 


23(1 


114 




2 88 63 57 43 80 


16( 


f/orraine,.. 


149 


122 


no 


"i 


182 


11.0 




Jewetf,.... 10:1 146 79 117 129 


143 


Lyme, 1 


'2? 


88 


88 


65 


116 


7'< 




Lexington. 1 40 111 18 litl 34 


123 


2 


94 


92 


74 


82 


113 


97 




3 33 114 14 lai 45 


l;«i 


3 


58 


48 


il 


46 


64 


45 




New Dait'e 1 131 2fi7 91 165 158 


23:{ 


Orleans,... 1 


55 


43 


55 


37 


60 


36 




i 8.5 r.lo 50 104 93 


1J8 


2 


1(K5 


93 


97 


8:1 


118 


y^ 




Prattsville. 70 194 60 173 94 


201 


3 


50 


56 


60 


50 


5.1 


51 




Wiiidliam,. 176 194 151 194 191 


204 


4 

P.nmella, .. 


71 
117 


63 

89 


63 
113 


63 

73 


76 
l»-8 


65 
167 




Totals,... 3103 3755 2215 3153 3423 


3994 


I'hil;..le»p'a 


1C5 


187 


159 


148 


123 


70 








Koilmaii,.. 


2.56 


85 


199 


64 


191 


192 




HAMILTON COUNTV. 




Uulland, . . 1 


140 
120 


54 

88 


117 
108 


53 

82 


313 
163 


88 
52 




Arietta 8 17 10 


24 


Theresa, . . 


257 


2-23 


204 


201 


l:« 


Id 




IJenson 6 88 7 


87 


Watertown 


160 


95 


150 


98 


299 


253 





72 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



New York— Jkffeksow Co.— Continued. 

- — :370 -^ - — lt!«M — ■ — HtvS — . 



\Vat'r*n city: 
Ist ward, 1 
2 
2d ward, 
S.I TVi.r.l. 
4tli ward, 1 
3 

Wilna 1 

2 

3 

Worth 



Governor. Sec. dute. Governor. 



137 
35 
2Ao Ita VJ-1 l:W 



130 104 

2ti :!l 286 290 



1'52 
IJl 

»7 
217 

73 
133 

67 



2ii(i 
2Hi 1J6 



271 lJ-2 
7ii 78 



l8i 2i7 

IH) .... 

l!t.5 lt« 2(U 251 



iOii 
41 
87 



ToUls,.... 7210 5704 Saw 4^54 8340 dS)55 



Rrooklyn : 
1st ward. 



KINGS COUNTY. 



1 

2 

2d ward, 24« 1312 



3d ward, 
4th ward, 

5th ward. 



1025 721 



9o9 1180 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

6th ward, 188 3057 

2 '.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

7th ward. 16:31 1808 

1 

2 



8th ward, 
9th ward, 

10th ward. 



4d3 1245 



640 1493 



1982 
1 .... 



a>3 IPrt 

124 357 

47 276 

54 273 

103 267 

24"d 158 

2X.5 l"? 

358 157 

149 'im 

162 262 
156 161 

163 1!*6 
179 141 



101 
70 
107 



453 

347 
lti7 



150 262 

lti8 2'i5 

170 307 

211 391 

177 239 

152 l(r2 

212 277 
301 2:56 

73 83 

197 210 

141 256 

m 'i73 

144 228 

163 358 

"87 m 

89 244 

108 297 

44 326 



214 181 

49 2<i 

79 3<t4 

178 3:U 

185 142 

208 ]'60 

191 ISO 



359 
148 



8:} 
73 
127 

29^ 
405 
617 

214 

221 
1H6 
2'i9 

25a 



15 374 

58 211 

110 158 1 

35 238 

47 129 1 

133 182 1 

94 269 

49 253 .. 



127 
l:t6 
IW 
210 
208 
2!6 
278 

"Ik?? 

201 
417 
380 
68 
2i5 
143 

'229 
]t>4 
87 

lis 

118 
125 
70 
175 

"367 
130 
152 
2>0 
244 
o»2 
2UI) 
l!t3 



272 
469 

374 
414 
3!t4 
375 

'242 
322 
233 

'24:5 

3'<H 

218 
20(1 
228 

■395 
oCHi 
34'.i 
512 
IVl 
2>-4 
31H 
338 



Governor. 
IC. U. 



DisU 
10th ward, 9 
10 
lllh ward, 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



12th ward,- 303 2328 

1 

2 

3 

4 

13th ward, 1612 1169 

1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

14th ward, 661 2074 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 



,— 1869— X 

Sec. State. Governor. 
R. 1». K. D. 
2!» 45:1 ll'.t 6-.Z 
ja 247 33 229 



15th ward. 



733 837 
. .« 



16th ward, 1164 2127 

1 

3 



6 

7 

8 

17th ward, 1135 1265 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 



18th ward, 



19th ward. 



56S 760 
VOOS "8&5 



20th ward, 2040 1217 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

2l8t ward. 1611 1784 

1 

2 

3 

4 



22d ward. 



FlHtbnsh,. 
Fl.itl:indd, 



270 49 4 
175 136 



2:18 
124 
78 
166 
2.J7 

300 



241 

375 
264 
3t)7 
161 
176 



169 
71 
119 

142 
3l« 
259 
196 
l:il 
1-28 



240 



3:30 
229 



315 
314 
293 



261 
155 



191 



173 
327 
113 
.304 

a>o 

219 

186 
l.->9 
1«H) 
115 
181 
14S 



212 
310 
3^1 
1-20 
285 
54 
139 



:j7»j 
12S 
129 
254 
3<rj 
104 
412 



200 
217 
213 
210 
130 
83 



97 494 
151 2ii9 
62 W-* 



1:31 
320 
307 

'l»4 
168 
13:3 
144 
161 
126 



197 159 



282 153 
249 145 



222 
149 
136 

241 

238 



195 
j3t 
IM 
163 



32:1 
244 

'208 
145 
194 

'2(')6 
16( 
2<19 
96 
164 



1-22 
2.51 
328 
307 
l'.«3 
235 

'llV; 
141 
257 
166 

2)»7 
117 



20'i 
4-2« 



275 
185 

2-21 
190 
220 
1..3 
2:33 
170 



3:W 
4«i4 
4!t7 
176 
413 
^6 
209 



116 657 130 877 

2.5 3:{8 :-i7 477 

17 5(16 27 661 

152 427 156 6(8 



296 32*» 

451 315 

325 ;;42 

4^7 279 

210 150 



74 691 

1:32 355 

135 452 

2-12 2:57 

87 3!'7 

126 434 



315 21^ 
2!'0 225 



226 
170 



276 
2.i5 



248 219 
319 
422 



J.-C3 
214 
187 278 
155 372 
113 328 



320 45.) 2''6 068 



276 324 351 
185 21: 



293 121 2X8 185 
165 115 120 150 



478 
384 



273 361 

4:i7 241 

363 413 

*349 "sii 

1x7 22t> 



28:3 288 

l"*; 1-9 

407 241 

:83 104 

131 356 212 



146 
a83 



126 413 
2V4 510 



221 
376 

'■206 
227 
312 
315 
3.37 
170 









EVENING 


JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 








73 








Nkw Yobk- 


-Kings Co.— Ctontln 


ued. 


1 




^is 


— > 


^1869— ^ 


^,«^\ 








- — 18 


■n — , 


, — if»t2} — , 


, — 1863 — , 




Governor. 


Sec. State. Governor. 






Pist. 


Governor. 
It. ■> 


Sec. State. 
K. " 


Governor. 


Dist. 
Eaton 1 


251 


1). 


H. 

228 


I). 

146 


It. 
275 


1). 

152 






Gnive^end, 


70 


181 


85 


154 


lod 


1X5 


3 


HI 


156 


208 


133 


296 


157 






New lx>ls,. 1 


393 


676 


259 


2<i5 


2«6 


494 


Keiiner, 


171 


^Ik 


l:iO 


9«; 


199 


14. 






3 






S 


171 


130 
175 


310 
321 


GeniKet'ti,. 


226 


80 


iinJ 


66 


2«5 


». 






N. Ulreclit, 


"m 


■2J>6 


226 


iluiniltoii,. 1 
2 


349 
262 


137 
148 


273 
210 


120 
96 


3;{7 
3(« 


14j 
15 






TolaJa,... 23462 30513 2H24 28427 i 


6149 41416 


Lebanon, . 1 
2 


141 


60 
69 


131 

77 


38 
56 


177 
119 


79 








LEWIS COUNTY. 






Leuox 1 

2 


125 
445 


l;J5 

415 


112 
4i) 


IIW 
3<t7 


148 

493 


134 
394 






Croghan, . . 1 


49 


Ro 


83 


81 


74 


120 


3 


171 


1(?2 


138 


174 


18:} 


IM 






2 


60 


204 


49 


138 


44 


1!»8 


4 


217 


219 


225 


204 


813 


220 






Denmark,. 1 


1H7 


63 


118 


45 


198 


73 


Madison... 


341 


214 


279 


162 


3.56 


214 






3 


202 


65 


171 


63 


221 


65 


Nelson,.... 1 


107 


91 


105 


87 


125 


121 






Duma, 1 


25 


83 


27 


83 


23 


41 


3 


121 


68 


107 


65 


i;;o 


58 






2 


2-2 


61 


17 


60 


20 


60 


S.r.lthfield. 


176 


62 


174 


43 


2;i0 


67 






3 


1<I0 


76 


78 


68 


99 


86 


Stocklirid'e 


243 


164 


201 


133 


277 


lui 






Grfiif. 1 


f>2 


116 


74 


115 


107 


l:W 


Sullivan,.. 1 


143 


312 


103 


215 


151 


299 






., .. ^ 


i:W) 


160 


97 


116 


lot 


149 


2 


86 


135 


48 


87 


91 


163 






UanisUirh 


139 


88 


121 


94 


167 


118 


3 


87 


67 


e4 


63 


96 


72 






Hill Mik-t 


t3 


155 


35 


155 


36 


194 


4 


75 


46 


65 


83 


81 


45 






LewH 


46 


136 


61 


157 


61 


204 


5 


64 


23 


63 


19 


81 


82 






Leydeii. ... 1 


l.i7 


86 


156 


96 


198 


93 




















3 


W 


115 


65 


118 


79 


1'25 


Totals,.... 


5544 


3811 


4775 


3075 


0255 


3991 






l-owvillp,.. 


410 


224 


32;^ 


174 


422 


23.5 




















Martiiisb'h 1 
2 


109 
IW 


56 
109 


110 
151 


38 
83 


151 

218 


60 
117 


MONROE COUNTY. 










Mnntajfiie, . 


74 


f*8 


65 


61 


93 


m 


Brigliton,.. 1 


142 


176 


139 


135 


170 


201 






NewUr'ai'ii 1 


75 


155 


81 


153 


107 


ISO 


2 


147 


81 


124 


74 


161 


103 






3 


4 


94 


4 


63 


4 


lirj 


Cliili 


177 


196 


131 


161 


204 


261 






Osceola,... 


67 


64 


66 


68 


78 


78 


t'larkson, . 


2:?6 


195 


221 


181 


258 


19h 






I'incktitfy,. 


125 


157 


122 


139 


153 


150 


Gates 


177 


235 


l:« 


2:24 


2i7 


302 






Turin, 1 


193 


76 


164 


69 


192 


81 


Greece, ... 1 


U>4 


214 


125 


179 


174 


268 






2 


70 


47 


72 


33 


101 


39 


2 


128 


126 


lUl 


117 


162 


170 






Watson.... 


118 


145 


94 


118 


1.37 


169 


Hamlin,... 


305 


94 


2h7 


61 


391 


120 






WtBtTuriu 1 


1?<2 


124 


156 


115 


176 


140 


Henrietta,. I 


137 


71 


118 


68 


115 


10.5 






2 


69 


&^ 


dj 


52 


73 


66 


2 


94 


126 


98 


100 


1-23 


124 






3 


9 


68 


3 


65 


10 


86 


Irondequ't, 1 


102 


149 


97 


146 


114 


207 




















2 


104 


148 


120 


105 


162 


167 






Totals,.... 


3036 


2893 


25C6 


2559 


3397 


3258 


Mendon, .. 1 
2 


148 
130 


1.56 
121 


,'5? 


161 
120 


156 

169 


190 
12s 






LIVINGSTON COUNTY. 






OK'len 

Parma,.... 1 


275 


296 


249 


241 


330 


315 






Atod 1 


154 


37 


123 


32 


i:^ 


68 


1-13 


104 


132 


115 


177 


142 






2 
3 

Ciiledonia. 

I'onesus, .. 


130 

43 

173 

200 


'I? 

109 
85 


120 
29 
134 
157 


85 
18 
71 
61 


132 
46 
2('5 
215 


185 
30 

125 
9() 


Penfield, ..I 
Perinton,.. 1 


187 
213 
1.50 
292 


62 
126 

58 
229 


191 
196 
100 
253 


5* 
91 
46 
ITO 


273 
270 
1:4 

310 


68 
143 

6*; 
222 






Geneseo,.. 1 
2 
Groveland, 


m 

166 
119 


141 
106 
145 


163 
129 
101 


69 
102 


202 
166 
126 


:3:! 
1(W 
155 


2 
Pittsford,.. 
Ri^a 


153 
175 
2:^2 


5f§ 
170 


1.38 


87 
197 
147 


228 
253 


1(>0 
219 
197 






l.ricesler, . 
Lima 


2(6 
315 


174 
212 


170 
276 


150 
167 


228 
3ri7 


1H2 
25" 


Itnsh 

Sweden, ... 1 


165 
160 


123 


151 


101 


206 
1>'8 


155 

8!t 






Livouluv... 1 


137 
2:^2 


.g 


115 

177 


61 
62 


156 

264 


105 
97 


2 

Webster,.. 1 


365 

2-28 


251 
105 


318 
2:}3 


22:1 
101 


356 
240 


296 
136 






M't Morris, 1 
2 


75 
64 


97 
56 


176 
61 


284 
64 


215 
79 


348 
64 


2 
Wheatland 1 


1.33 
171 


65 


142 

'S2 


61 
80 


161 
• 187 


69 
104 






3 


209 


326 


73 


83 


9^ 


92 


2 


99 


103 


87 


90 


101 


114 






N. Dansv'e 1 

o 


l«l 
160 


2a3 
"45 


134 

138 


156 
206 


167 


217 
2.jii 


Rochester: 
l.xt ward, 


241 


277 


220 


2fi9 


263 


334 






Nonda 1 


156 
180 


144 

l(i9 


126 
145 


128 
90 


158 

220 


137 
95 


2d ward, 
3d ward, 


265 
601 


381 
4:)5 


274 
453 


2«6 
330 


368 

513 


8<-9 
418 






Ossiin,.... 
Port PC... 
SliarU, ... 
SpriiiKWii'r. 1 
2 


119 
160 
128 
119 
2l)j 


107 
110 
121 
59 
70 


99 

!?! 

67 
157 


87 
102 
104 
36 
51 


142 

\U 

129 
266 


115 
121 
l-M) 
57 


4th ward, 
6tli ward, 
6th ward, 
7th ward, 
.6th ward. 


365 
i:J5 

395 


320 
433 
2.50 
274 
5»-4 


323 
4:13 

3;W 

308 
361 


267 
329 
211 
210 
447 


3:55 
456 
387 
367 
426 


317 
511 
.346 
2'i5 
674 






W't Sparto 
York, 1 


129 
227 
103 


126 
67 
61 


151 
84 


97 
34 
36 


147 
266 
113 


13! 
74 
44 


9tli ward. 
lOth ward, 
lllh ward, 
12tii ward. 


418 
2«7 
191 
3^5 


414 
273 
436 
3!7 


a57 
250 
263 
313 


327 
311 
343 
249 


449 
306 
.309 
359 


450 
274 
500 
336 






Totals,.... 


4296 


32-53 


3427 


2526 


4792 


3511 


13tti wanl, 
14th ward. 


275 
392 


264 
263 


319 
412 


164 

187 


397 
383 


292 
243 






»I.\DISON CODNTY. 





























Brookfleld. 1 


142 


47 


133 


28 


154 


49 


Totals,.... 


9993 


9165 


9444 


7534 11556 10226 






2 
3 


180 
1-22 


97 
111 


171 
104 


87 
98 


201 
l:« 


111 
131 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


. 








4 


56 


46 


38 


2.1 


65 


61 


Amsterd'm 1 


231 


14f? 


431 


278 


421 


273 






CasenoTia, 1 


171 


77 


144 


68 


IH 


92 


2 


2^» 


155 


370 


327 


381 


331 






2 


220 


144 


221 


12.S 


2.V3 


155 


3 


2rii 


2-56 


.... 




.... 








3 


lt;2 


1.56 


1)5 


120 


105 


151 


4 


166 


206 


. 




.... 


. 






DeRuyter , 


317 


116 


273 


81 


325 


106 


Canajoh'rie 1 


279 


404 


269 


'354 


315 


318 



















-A . 


74 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. i 


New York — Movtooukrv Co. 


— Cont'd. 


O.NKII>.\ COUNTY. 






^1870— > ^-i?(;p^ 


^-1818-^ 


^|87iU-, 


^1- 


K"-^ 


^1868-^ II 


Govei nor. Sec. Male. 


Coveiin)r. 


Governor. 


See. J 


tale. 


jovei 


iKir. 


Hist. 15. I). If. I». 


11. I>. 


Dist. I{. 


l». 


l(. 


I». 


K. 


I>. 


Canajoli'iieJ Ui 108 US KW 


180 121 


Annsville,. 2f.6 


326 


200 


249 


'>79 


3.-.2 


UiiiiiesLoii, 1 110 65 S>5 H4 


1:53 56 


An;:ii»ta, ., 295 


IWl 


256 


I(i:t 


:^I7 


207 


2 141 88 119 W 


161 87 


Av: 123 


Vti 


115 


107 


l:!l 


J 26 


Florida,...! I'iO 119 125 lit) 


173 121 


IWxinville.. 6!r3 


447 


4>0 


36"« 


620 


4:!:5 


2 1-.>:J 173 IIW 144 


127 145 


r.ru'fwater 169 


liiU 


l:W 


75 


1x9 


109 


3 30 no 24 98 


:U Kd 


t'aiii-leii... hy\ 


322 


4.56 


2:58 


o.-).3 


811:5 


Glen, 1 150 2t)7 115 197 


152 1x4 


Deeifi-ld,. 241 


2''7 


llKI 


]Xi 


242 


241 


2 52 77 ;i9 «♦ 


56 6") 


Klorfiice, . Iti8 


346 


106 


'2^1 


159 


891 


3 113 84 113 75 


128 83 


J-loyd 1:56 


1.2 


114 


125 


148 


156 


Minden,...! 423 SSI 372 329 


441 3i>«i 


Knr»-sl|iort, 123 


1.V8 










S 105 K3 R9 50 


108 62 


Kirklaiid., 518 


471 


434 


■415 


'o-'.l 


■47a 


3 73 96 57 8<j 


81 95 


Lee ;S09 


:i:M» 


260 


30:5 


317 


3-.2 


Mohawk,.. 1 I07 126 99 123 


118 116 


Ma rev, ... 1''2 


143 


120 


128 


170 


1S2 


2 216 3(19 193 27'! 


223 S-j? 


Mar.sliall, . 2ii6 


194 


2:^ 


l.W 


2! -6 


214 


Palatine,..! 115 2.J3 84 205 


1 1 1 226 


N.llarlfora 498 


2'« 


4:5.J 


206 


.5«r5 


292 


2 lii8 148 137 143 


191 i:i6 


Paris 478 


291 


397 


221 


515 


318 


Root, 1 51 132 51 no 


43 131 


Iteinsen,... 260 


63 


2>^ 


145 


401 


241 


2 104 109 69 105 


97 kh; 


It e 




778 


1096 


bin 


1309 


3 75 107 50 95 


84 1(10 


ICoiiie city : 












St.Jo-8ville 221 290 173 264 


220 2':5 


1st ward, 74 


157 


.... 


.... 




.... 






2d wanl. 99 


2.59 


.... 






.... 


Totals,.... 3932 4215 3312 3710 


3983 3814 


3d wanl. 151 
41I1 wanl, 1.55 


3^"i3 
222 


.... 


.... 


.... 


;•;• 


NEW YORK COUNTY. 




51 h wanl, 3H0 
Saiitrerfield 2-56 


311 

330 


229 


'm 


■2«4 


■339 


New York city : 
Ist ward. 5ti7 1596 393 2410 
2d ward. 99 11^7 lOi* 1^2 


257 2915 
1:57 313 


Sttid>eii. .. 198 
Treiilou .. .578 
Vfriio... .. 424 
Veroii; 5:52 


80 

2(11 
246 
5K4 


175 
471 
:;7I 
501 


64 
171 
219 
5i4 


221 
626 
4.59 
(^7 


94 

199 

Ml 


3d ward, 173 524 203 579 
4Hi wanl, 331 29:!3 496 3189 


2.*)2 XI8 
4H) 3K50 


Vieima 379 

Western, . 215 

WtinorflM 427 

Whitesto'ii 520 

Utica : 

1st ward, 118 

2d ward, 273 

3d ward, 499 

4!li wanl. 529 

ot!i ward, 129 

611. wanl, 145 

7tli wanl, 4:56 

811. ward, 140 


316 
327 
2.-6 
368 


25.5 
1!»9 
352 

439 


310 
2:i4 
226 
2»8 


379 
"51 


340 
310 
2t)7 
364 


51 li ward. 868 188:^ 6W 19ti6 
61 li Ward. 293 3545 6.36 5738 
7tli wanl, 8^1 5201 1025 4'-34 


874 270'> 
369 5ltt2 
1265 6MS»5 


4:;!» 
547 


8Miward. 12''3 4101 H61 4010 
9lli ward, 3;!:{2 3915 322:1 HiJivS 
lOthward. 1016 3(M13 Id'iS 2(Ni7 
lll'iward, 1414 578ii 2245 4720 


1719 5071 
4(Mi6 52>-9 
1571 4411 
2(l(i8 8;!-l2 


193 
.343 
3:54 

m 

i.ij 

360 
2'.t0 
3:>9 


92 
223 
4:;0 
4114 


1«2 
3:59 
28'.» 


105 
2.53 
498 
514 
21! 

451 


216 
414 
3.)4 

3;5(i 


12tli wanl, 17K8 4829 19;J3 3458 
131 h wanl, 8'.i6 35>'0 1164 2iMl3 
14tli wanl, 777 3139 667 35»3 
LJIh wanl. 18.35 2I02 IWl 1747 


2:593 4231 

!:!:!6 4421 

726 4526 

2416 26(;2 


205 
31.5 
398 


444 
427 
326 


5.)2 
63-< 
422 


Ititli wanl. 2736 3«25 2441 29:i4 


32ii9 4919 


.... 


.... 


.... 




17rliwanl, 2543 7ti57 4351 53"'9 


3^13 10'."«3 


iJiii niiixit ovv 






.... 




.... 1 


181 h wanl, 2-")15 5:176 2:«0 5:06 
19tli wanl. 2fK« 6:{x5 2700 4IS8 


^262 69:^7 
31 to 6424 


Totals,... 12149 idsii 10109 


9086 12555 ifiiJS 1 


20lli wanl, 2'i59 66-i6 2768 4731 
21st wanl, 26::4 4192 2(i09 6465 


3450 8:594 
33:'.9 C516 


OXOXDAOA COUNTY. 






22d ward, 2.s58 6142 2658 4689 


3200 6822 


CamiUus,..! 144 


125 


1.50 


96 


190 


1:^0 







2 1:54 


117 


111 


109 


143 


127 


Totals,... 34391 86663 36897 79476 43372 112522 


Cicero,.,.. 1 214 


62 


188 


47 


301 


70 






2 101 


4! 


82 


2.5 


126 


51; 


NIAGAR.\ COUNTY. 




3 95 


41 


74 


17 


111 


50 






Clay 1 248 


147 


194 


138 


314 


1«9 


nambiia,.. 219 119 191 122 


279 174 


2 152 


43 


115 


31 


163 


5:5 


llarllaud,. 1 222 170 169 1:58 


251 174 


DeWitt,...! 163 


171 


112 


1J5 


194 


11* 


2 170 IH) 147 105 


198 139 


2 1:54 


121 


118 


!« 


201 


12s 


Lewiston,.! 128 168 128 182 


1.59 l^H 


Elbridge, .1 116 


179 


100 


in 


l:!7 


207 


2 115 47 90 49 


118 61 


2 2ii0 


2.56 


179 


217 


271 


297 


I^ckport. . 296 256 263 210 


356 256 


Fabius,.... 1 20S 


111 


1»4 


e4 


2-.3 


104 


Locki>"tcity: 




3 109 


3:5 


79 


10 


131 


3ii 


1st wanl. 347 .349 328 291 


3 13 362 


Geddes, ... 462 


315 


E^-O 


1!«1 


427 


3:51 


2<l ward, 186 2h8 157 2"'l 


182 817 


La I'ayette, 1 86 


1)3 


68 


52 


93 


68 


8d ward, 4ta 343 398 291 


429 3:5-) 


2 17! 


140 


139 


97 


224 


161 


4tli wanl, 218 l8l 171 173 


183 218 


Lysander, . 1 218 


177 


1(57 


143 


2.55 


191 


Newfaue...! 140 l:« 110 109 


1.50 135 


2 3!t7 


l'^3 


30! 


1:56 


413 


249 


2 195 142 156 119 


22;} 192 


Maulius,... ! 189 


153 


1:50 


lot 


20: 


165 


Niagara,..! 253 295 200 223 


2:54 344 


2 300 


170 


240 


107 


319 


lt>5 


2 201 208 126 193 


143 238 


3 (3 


90 


50 


70 


73 


»4 


Pendleton, 146 l"^ 117 141 


16:1 176 


4 90 


122 


Wi 


1(V> 


119 


13X 


I'oiter 226 155 227 161 


259 1>* 


5 47 


48 


39 


39 


O"* 


59 


Royalton, . 1 210 226 160 177 


2:58 2:^9 


Marcellus.. 1 211 


136 


15; 


96 


2:U 


1:59 


2 2:58 246 2lX) 228 


277 284 


2 ^3 


46 


48 


29 


no 


50 


Somerset,.. 273 91 2:17 75 


303 126 


Onondaga, ! 168 


9! 


191 


87 


313 


141 


Wheatfield,! 85 79 83 65 


W 81 


2 174 


201 


1.54 


187 


191 


247 


2 107 244 110 192 


98 261 


3 1&8 


110 


103 


81 


216 


125 


Wilson, ... 1 197 180 175 . 164 


2-29 182 


4 148 


38 










2 12! 79 103 48 


158 86 


Otlscn 178 


140 


1.39 


'm 


191 


'1.56 






I'omitey, . . 1 i:!8 
2 247 


117 
87 


111 

187 


m 

()7 


ItvS 


133 
120 


Totals 4791 4:521 4046 37:52 


4990 mi 


283 







EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 






75 




Nkw York 


— OxoxDAGA Co.— Continued. 


.—1870-^ 


^m9—. ^1868-. 






^-1870-^ 


^-18<;o-^ ^18tW— . 


Governor. Sec. 


State. Governor. 






Governor. 


bee. 


Stiite. Governor. 


, Dlst. R. 


l». 


R. 


1). R. 


1). 




Di.ot, 


K. 


1). 


IC. 


1>. K. 


l>. 


Moteom'ry 1 253 


235 


211 


220 241 


2.59 




Pompey.,.. 3 


« 


75 


HI 


51 96 


81 


3 293 


175 


2:« 


12:1 273 


165 




Suliiiu 1 


184 


181 


173 


130 214 


103 


m Hope.. 193 


1^3 


175 


178 216 


213 




Skane'les,. 1 


85 
2-14. 


98 
15i 


58 
19.1 


48 !>0 


113 

111* 


NewburBh, 1 132 
2 89 


1-25 

109 


103 
71 


114 1:« 

84 95 


l.>0 
118 




l:}8 2(i9 




3 


2:il 


187 


Iti-S 


1-3 2(4 


201 


3 106 


92 


86 


71 120 


86 




SpafTord. . . 1 
2 


119 


d4 
45 


103 


35 123 
2t 15:) 


60 
66 


Newb'plj city: 
1st Wiinl. 442 




289 


379 348 


477 




4CZ 




Tnlly 


2'iO 


119 


2-'0 


69 2^6 


H3 


2d ward, 4.">0 


527 


393 


4:11 494 


515 




Van liur'n, 1 


1(19 


i:;o 


91 


106 131 


1:15 


3<l wiir.l, 377 


218 


311 


1^9 426 


2:{:{ 




3 


261 


189 


193 


157 315. 


l!t5 


4th w;iid, 824 


270 


287 


220 350 


278 




Syracuse : 












N. U iudsor 1 70 


123 


68 


no •■J 

83 ^ 


Idt 




ist WHI (1. 1 


205 


263 


196 


221 229 


249 


3 101 


84 


63 


115 




3 


1(>3 


2:18 


113 


181 i:« 


226 


3 42 


fi7 


37 


52 55 


61 




2«l word. 1 


118 


2.->9 


133 


2()8 143 


257 


Wallklll, . . 1 433 


279 


306 


213 793 


614 




2 


321 


2-8 


3-18 


220 351 


323 


3 4:!5 


223 


346 


200 155 


141 




3<1 war.l. 


271 


283 


2(17 


m 253 


309 


3 159 


120 


129 


97 184 


170 




4tli ward, I 


3>m 


193 


826 


119 3H5 


187 


„, , . ■* 1^^ 


149 


147 


124 .... 






3 


277 


3 I 


210 


241 296 


314 


Warwick. . 1 93 


l.« 




141 101 


'176 




filh ward. 1 


2:« 


3f4» 


1^8 


2.-.7 578 


507 


3 l:J7 


93 


117 


79 143 


113 




3 


3.i4 


138 


2:18 


94 .... 




3 283 


270 


231 


221 287 


298 




6t)i ward, 1 


3.V3 


263 


271 


188 502 


"3i8 


■* «3 


39 


23 


:i3 81 


?.7 




2 


2lti 


114 


H5 


8*i 153 


109 


Waway'a'a 19j 


226 


153 


193 194 


246 




7lh ward, I 


4J0 


2-5 


314 


246 459 


319 
















2 


1H7 


270 


lo2 


188 227 


2.-)6 


Totals,... 7870 


7487 


6187 


6C68 8033 


^ 




8th ward, 


508 


256 


335 


217 462 


265 


























ORLEANS COUNTY. 






Totals,.... 


^iiji 


8CS7 


8860 


6547 12541 


9312 


Barre, 1 450 


451 


416 


403 510 


428 




ONTARIO COUNTY. 




il 2:!6 
3 176 


96 
71 


205 
l:!l 


73 2»a 
44 214 


93 

83 




Bristol 


o.>7 


118 


137 


87 278 


114 


Carlton,... 1 l(i8 


97 


156 


89 170 


96 




CaiiHilice.. 


m 


50 


95 


35 145 


48 


2 227 


66 


KvJ 


37 241 


71 




L'anaud'ita, 1 


326 


329 


23:1 


271 341 


315 


Chirendon, 200 


183 


201 


176 241 


206 




2 


316 


3;}4 


2H3 


259 378 


302 


nail. (-3 287 


179 


208 


122 311 


191 




3 


1U5 


64 


l:« 


38 184 


51 


Kendall... 2(4 


Ul 


l«t5 


ri2 250 


178 




E. Tlloom'd 


276 


199 


200 


115 3(1:1 


200 


Murray,...! 143 


187 


140 


1(>0 1:J9 


1(>4 




Farini'Btoii 


258 


no 


185 


47 291 


98 


2 112 


l(r9 


108 


100 128 


129 




Qorliaui, .. 1 


93 


123 


80 


116 10:1 


l:;6 


Ridgeway,. 1 l!w5 


76 


1-20 


59 170 


88 




2 


8H 


W) 


80 


51 9:1 


56 


2 312 


241 


245 


183 827 


2:17 - 




3 


119 


51 


82 


43 lf« 


63 


3 m 


110 


103 


73 149 


120 




Hopewell,. 


V-iS 


176 


149 


no 223 


181 


Shelby AH 


2til 


2H3 


188 4:i5 


279 




Maxicbesl'r I 


177 


173 


l;« 


]:» 168 


164 


Yates 309 


117 


205 


69 834 


1-20 




3 


125 


158 


119 


153 143 


148 














3 


bO 


83 


71 


74 95 


79 


Totals,.... 3607 


2380 


2858 


1913 3883 


2482 




Naple 


276 


170 


217 


125 355 


174 














I'Uelps 1 


2.i7 


2tk) 


2.i8 


245 m 


2x9 


OSWEGO COUNTY. 






3 
3 

Richmond. 

Seueca,.... 1 

4 
S. Rristol.. 


136 
K6 
223 
84 
3.vi 
136 
180 
130 
134 


101 
213 
109 
195 
355 
145 
104 
61 
87 


126 
75 
169 

3l 
\2i 
156 


93 165 
157 116 

70 2.-.9 
166 300 
291 345 
116 193 

96 150 


114 

215 
100 
407 
306 

imi 

73 


Albion 291 

Ainl.oy, ... 154 
llovlsion,.. 117 
CoMstanliu, 1 151 

3 183 
Granby,...! 228 

2 142 


173 
120 
53 
2((0 
159 
2:'.5 
143 


189 
115 


14.1 348 
101 lti5 
26 165 
1H7 177 
1 10 2:10 
134 295 
119 1(,7 


204 
1C.8 
69 
204 
131 
221 
l:;6 




86 
113 
171 
208 
118 




"iii 


*"ti5 *i54 


'i64 


Hannibal,. 1 248 

3 127 

Hastings,.. 1 ^93 


100 
136 
159 


2:a 
117 
73 
209 


97 314 


129 




Victor 

W. bl'iufi'd 


278 
2U9 


2.->3 
131 


2:t9 
153 


226 309 
63 251 


21.9 
117 


71 173 
101 144 

103 299 


114 
135 

12.1 




Totals.... 


50gI 


4217 


4135 


3294 575 


4229 


Mexico,... 1 2^:6 
2 2H7 


79 

m 


226 
257 


83 :S5l 
131 348 


98 
144 




ORANGE COCNTY. 




N. Haven,. 28<> 
Orwell 173 


61 

103 


203 
147 


37 358 
91 197 


70 
98 




RIo'b Grovel 


2(^ 


91 


137 


90 187 


115 


Oawego,..,! 205 


123 


181 


82 218 


112 




2 


94 


94 


75 


73 108 


104 


2 1-29 


98 


112 


56 140 


110 




Chester,... 


218 


212 


168 


170 207 


2:19 


OsweKO city: 












Cornwall, . 1 


2.-.9 


303 


201 


227 277 


307 


1st ward. 256 


280 


318 


259 314 


328 




o , . ^ 


H3 


1'<J 


151 


l:;0 201 


2ft> 


2il ward, 118 


190 


2«l 


316 327 


319 




Crawford. . 


1K6 


219 


131 


224 183 


2-6 


3d war.l, 345 


255 


533 


379 607 


441 




Deerpark, . 1 


h6 


« 


48 


52 74 


80 


4(hward, 293 


240 


486 


353 o38 


381 




3 


37 


61 


26 


53 52 


78 


6lli war.l, 246 


229 










3 


313 


358 


226 


203 323 


306 


6tli ward. 261 


140 


'! !! 




.... 




4 


291 


2^4 


178 


141 265 


238 


7tli ward, iK) 


07 


.... 









5 


94 


96 


tiO 


75 98 


105 


8tli ward, 150 


188 






«... 




Goshen,... 1 


2-3 


3.=>3 


o.>» 


315 2t>4 


.175 


Palermo, . . 3:U 


93 


"193 


"m '376 


"97 




* 


67 


93 


*47 


91 65 


118 


Parisli, .... U.3 


149 


1>0 


117 310 


156 




Greenville, 


54 


177 


44 


156 69 


li*3 


lledfield. .. 95 


107 


78 


80 106 


98 




llHiniriri;li, 


86 


153 


60 


\m 83 


18>" 


Richland, . 1 245 


13'» 


176 


114 237 


149 




Mliiisiiik,.. 


m 


2(15 


64 


140 104 


20:1 


2 2:a 


141 


158 


111 300 


152 




Moiiro«,... 1 


liiO 


104 


146 


84 Ittl 


114 


SandvC'k, 374 


1«2 


300 


IHI 397 


2"). 




3 


219 


74 


213 


20 a>8 


90 


Schro'p'el, 1 214 


2t>5 


m 


193 24! 


29-2 




3 


lii5 


170 


134 


136 106 


158 


2 159 


80 


111 


62 180 


84 





76 






EVENIN 






STAL ALMANAC 


, lvS71. 








G JOURJ 


New York 


- OSWKO< 






tinnt 






<70 — . 


, — if)«-,n — , 


^-IJ'68 — . 


) Co.- 


-Cor 


d. 




,—1 




,— 1870— ^ 


--i8t;9~. 


.—1868—^ 


r»i<.» 


Governor. 


Sec. State. 


Governor. 
1) ■> 


Dist 
Scribn,.... 


Governor 
. K. i). 
•2\<i 2:{2 


Sec. 
K. 

2«5 


tt.te. 
J). 
1.53 


Governor. 
11. 0. 

3«7 269 


DISC. IV. 

2d ward, 8 
Sd ward, 29 


1*«8 
149 
313 
170 
StW 
463 


It, 


x/. 


K. 


v. 


Voluey, ... I 

W. IMo'roe. 
Williubt'u, 


348 
219 
125 
KM 
104 


2-.'8 
253 
58 
111 
192 


312 
179 
118 
63 
68 


213 
197 
45 
bi 
143 


397 
259 
164 
128 
149 


244 

277 
48 
136 
195 


4th ward, 

olli ward. 

Newtowu,. 1 

2 

i 

4 


HI 

41 

i»;3 

152 


'm 
lit 

15.5 
89 


i 


"in? 
226 
240 
224 


■369 

615 
4:« 
705 


Totals,..,. 


8079 


6028 


6760 


4696 


9523 


6170 


N. irpst'd. 1 


'338 

2fi 


"241 
1:59 


108 
119 


221 

13.5 


275 
253 


318 
1x3 


OTSEGO COUNTY. 






Oyster Bay, I 


234 
3(>2 


3f>6 
309 


96 
138 


1!K) 
244 


240 
3i0 


312 
390 


llnrlinston. 


2A7 


168 


211 


171 


231 


]fi9 


3 


106 


]U 


63 


87 


102 


151 


liutteriiuts. 


311 


lti9 


317 


144 


385 


173 


4 


90 


158 


48 


121 


120 


196 


<\ Valley,. 


24-2 


276 


204 


293 


245 


2H) 
















Decatur..., 


H2 


IfK) 


96 


83 


113 


99 


Totals,... 


4403 


0603 


2517 


4154 


4823 


6649 


Kdmestoi), 1 


154 


162 


140 


148 


168 


170 
















2 


92 


16 


72 


19 


106 


24 


RENSSELAER COUNTY. 






Exeter 


20;jt 


126 


201 


114 


245 


126 


Berlin 


£28 


277 


222 


196 


301 


197 


llurlwick, . 1 


m 


171 


1.33 


170 


1.54 


175 


Brunswick 1 


170 


2x7 


141 


229 


195 


278 


2 


r.>2 


125 


106 


128 


129 


147 


3 


173 


74 


1.38 


56 


196 


75 


Laurens, . . 1 


178 


146 


186 


152 


192 


163 


E. Gbush, 1 


138 


124 


130 


106 


111 


160 


^fnrylan.l.. 


271 


71 

2«8 


79 
248 


70 

251 


91 

3U3 


70 
321 


Gr.nfton, .. 


60 
lb9 


71 

220 


67 
149 


66 
152 


65 

240 


70 
152 


Miildlefi'ld I 


72 


82 


72 


76 


81 


95 


Green bush 1 


2i6 


319 


170 


355 


229 


S83 


3 


9;> 


154 


87 


151 


88 


17;j 


2 


175 


3*13 


136 


300 


146 


3*23 


3 


78 


l:« 


71 


128 


90 


150 


Iloosick,... 1 


3.)5 


413 


278 


424 


381 


440 


i Milford,.,. 1 


122 


109 


115 


no 


13:} 


130 


2 


113 


145 


91 


140 


133 


145 


3 


113 


216 


108 


2(17 


136 


2:56 


3 


68 


73 


68 


61 


79 


54 


Morris, ...1 
N. Lisbon,. 


£84 


2-JO 


2'*6 


227 


£95 


219 


Lansingb'h 1 




197 


S66 


157 


443 


218 


So 
180 


12 
216 


31 
165 


14 

212 


38 
£04 


15 
227 


2 
3 


2><4 
157 


161 
2:^0 
156 


289 


217 


393 


292 


Oneoiita, .. 1 


214 


193 


1'<1 


179 


216 


201 


Nassau, ... 1 


218 


'194 


'122 


*258 


'154 


2 
Otepo 


159 
246 


110 

267 


1:^6 
229 


104 
245 


171 

2^2 


M 


N. G'bush, 1 


196 
189 


120 
170 


178 
153 


94 
151 


212 
226 


125 

199 


Otsego,.... 1 


2}'9 


av5 


273 


324 


279 


340 


2 


^6 


91 


71 


103 


78 


120 


2 


213 


195 


2J8 


IM) 


256 


196 


Petersb'gh. 


153 


240 


103 


m 


239 


ItiO 


Pittsfielfl. . 


18(5 


151 


lt;2 


133 


204 


148 


I'iltstown,. 1 


306 


170 


214 


119 


319 


193 


I'laihfiH.l,. 


20t> 


87 


171 


70 


235 


90 


2 


234 


106 


177 


75 


275 


no 


Richfield, . 1 


159 


146 


UH 


120 


16:i 


103 


Poest'kill, , 1 


106 


153 


90 


140 


111 


151 


Kosebnom, 


129 
IWJ 


44 

191 


i;i5 
180 


40 


1.55 
227 


42 
176 


Sandlake, . 1 


45 

1*^1 


1-25 
161 


,g 


li 


82 
227 


,!! 


Springfield 1 


52 


129 


66 


126 


«.) 


137 


2 


116 


135 


108 


116 


133 


147 


2 


124 


180 


93 


165 


Jl^ 


19rt 


Sch'ticoke, 1 


150 


177 


101 


153 


158 


151 


Unadilla,.. 1 


100 


171 


96 


112 


123 


141 


2 


256 


143 


177 


1:^3 


265 


124 


2 


134 


211 


114 


183 


163 


242 


Schodack,. 1 


223 


259 


193 


220 


266 


313 


U'estford. , 


149 


172 


150 


171 


193 


193 


2 


1:^6 


247 


y.H 


213 


175 


290 


Worcester, 1 
2 


212 
45 


190 
95 


205 
32 


177 
99 


2:58 
33 


2:0 
10* 


^•eplient'n, 
Troy city: 


234 


256 


233 


146 


313 


174 


Totals... 


6922 


5847 


5527 


543i 


6540 


6115 


Ist ward,.. 
2d ward,.. 


370 

607 


687 
3ti8 


473 


360 
2X8 


405 
691 


468 
409 


PUTNAM COUNTY. 






3d ward.,. 
4th ward,.. 


327 
509 


152 
343 


421 


90 
240 


364 
6ti0 


133 
3-25 


Carmel.,.,1 


124 


187 


ft2 


1.55 


158 


178 


5th ward... 


415 


2:39 


337 


160 


449 


261 


2 


115 


88 


99 


73 


147 


93 


6th ward,.. 


2:^9 


403 


180 


810 


277 


449 


Kent, 


110 


251 


59 


199 


179 


246 


7th ward,.. 


374 


691 


299 


43:1 


429 


677 


Patterson.. 


207 


83 


131 


84 


Ht9 


95 


8Mi ward,.. 


129 


771 


250 


627 


372 


843 


Pbillipst'D, 1 


95 


56 


61 


62 


105 


98 


9fli ward,.. 


163 


556 


143 


664 


815 


7frl 


2 


tW 


85 


55 


71 


98 


96 


loth ward... 


342 


620 


416 


451 


693 


699 


3 


193 


305 


142 


298 


248 


431 


11th ward,.. 


126 


492 










Put. Valley. 


«4 


193 


50 


190 


117 


246 


12th ward,.. 


33 


390 


.... 


.... 


. . . , 


. , . , 


Southeast, . 


25a 


229 


167 


228 


297 


263 


13lhward,., 


243 


149 


.... 


.... 




.... 
















^__ 







_ 















Totals,... 


1235 


1487 


856 


1360 


1548- 


1746 


Totals, 


9390 11165 


7702 


6018 10707 10230 11 


QOEENS COUNTY. 






RICHMOND COUNTY, 






Flnshiog,.. 1 


105 


84 


54 


67 


63 


74 


Castleton. . 1 


223 


354 


181 


273 


233 


373 


2 


298 


223 


l.i2 


1.38 


274 


216 




193 


301 


96 


249 


1H5 


323 


3 


114 


301 


179 


156 


152 


327 


8 


226 


188 


184 


lti3 


244 


214 


4 


191 


265 


100 


196 


151 


294 


Middleto'n,l 


(^6 


181 


68 


171 


103 


213 


5 


93 


lai 


28 


118 


99 


210 


3 


li>9 


628 


190 


329 


200 


530 


6 


91 


106 


25 


67 


63 


137 


3 


35 


75 


36 


42 


69 


93 


Ilempste'd.l 


228 


171 


159 


86 


2«6 


144 


Northfield, 1 


£12 


2.6 


159 


213 


225 


273 


2 


220 


313 


154 


243 


277 


297 


a 


r8 


hi 


70 


78 


126 


104 


8 


198 


2:^8 


129 


196 


268 


2(n 


3 


74 


106 


48 


89 


79 


174 


4 


279 


2:J3 


162 


129 


338 


181 


SouthQeld, 1 


f-8 


t9 


62 


93 


74 


103 


6 


128 


122 


94 


o^ 


203 


140 


2 


140 


3.% 


90 


267 


150 


407 


Jamaica. .. 1 


179 


4;?9 


110 




203 


378 


Westfield, . 1 


194 


143 


158 


VM 


2.50 


160 


2 


266 


377 


147 


255 


178 


376 


a 


186 


159 


108 


lOf 


205 


163 


L. Isld city: 




























1st ward, 


121 


610 


.... 


.... 


.,,. 




Totals. 


19M 


87» 


1410 


^ 


21C2 


3I3I 







EVENING 


JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 




77 


N«\rYORK- 


-Continued. 






^1870— > ^1869— > 


^\fm~^ 


ROCKLAND 


COUNTY. 






Governor. Sec. Slate. 
Dist. U. n. K. i). 


Governor. 
It. i) 




^\f^lO—s 


^-1X69-. 


^1868—, 


Carlisle. .. 167 221 149 204 


180 


Z'A 




Ooy«rnor. 


Sec Stale. 


Governor. 


Cobleskill.. 214 451 185 3x2 


2.54 


428 


Disk 


K, 


I>. 


It. I). 


n. 


l>. 


Coiifsville, 119 151 76 147 


128 


l^'o 


Ckstown, , 1 


44 


183 


42 146 


64 


224 


fUtperance, 219 123 175 ^2 


2U5 


125 


a 


48 


124 


43 109 


59 


147 


Fulton. ... 1 35 170 36 158 


36 


191 


3 


119 


183 


98 161 


142 


2:18 


2 66 137 78 132 


88 


166 


Ilaverstr'w 1 


117 


120 


66 94 


142 


142 


3 52 llo 38 98 


50 


130 


2 


178 


267 


l:i3 205 


2(19 


410 


GUboa, ... 1 62 58 55 48 


fO 


61 


OranKCto'n 1 


202 


216 


143 159 


222 


376 


2 71 117 68 113 


90 


115 


3 


2-34 


310 


187 271 


264 


3-29 


3 111 52 111 56 


129 


dM 


3 


82 


75 


66 63 


83 


112 


JefTerson,.. 227 168 201 141 


244 


161 


Ramapo,.. I 


60 


100 


41 91 


90 


137 


Middleb'ii, 1 159 376 145 356 


173 


388 


2 


154 


106 


107 98 


li'6 


117 


2 46 87 33 82 


(i9 


i-S 


3 


141 


179 


112 114 


193 


211 


Rich'ville,. 1 43 148 37 1.39 


61 


137 


Stony Po't. 


118 


216 


27 127 


17!i 


347 


2 148 185 136 1M> 
Schoharie,. 1 l(i9 3''3 137 3-35 


175 
173 


1!2 


Totals, ... 


uyf 


2139 


1110 1668 


1842^ 


''790 


2 frl 12.1 41 124 
Sewnrd, ... 129 268 95 2:i4 


57 
146 


1.36 
3<I3 


SARATOGA COUNTY. 






Shiiron 212 331 183 314 


274 


378 


Billston. .. 


11^7 


243 


276 2.55 


229 


237 


Summit, ,.1 74 181 71 168 


93 


l-'O 


Charlton. . 1 


122 


128 


120 131 


133 


125 


.^ . . 2 47 85 42 70 


56 


78 




54 


73 


56 67 


55 




Wright,.... 154 212 115 212 


158 


2-22 


Clifton P'k, I 


143 


162 


l:» KiO 


146 


173 








— — 




187 


139 


179 119 


210 


128 


Total 2906 4530 2476 4137 


3298 


4729 


,Corlnth. . . . 
'Day 

Kdiiiburghi 


216 
111 


95 
l:i6 


214 116 
79 144 


2^ 
104 


69 
155 


SCIIUYLEFl COUNTY. 






202 


149 


171 1H4 


193 


190 


Catharine.. 259 136 178 86 


301 


113 


On\\y;\.v,... 


240 


25^ 


2;J0 2)J2 


274 


249 


Cayula, ... 62 126 46 105 


59 


j;JO 


Ureeiitit;ld, t 


238 


113 


2:« 134 


2«9 


113 


Di.\ 1 348 469 261 347 


S29 


353 


2 


]H 


1(14 


124 IIS 


145 


KG 


2 140 94 m 59 


1.59 


89 


Iladler. ... 


147 


66 


147 61 


1.59 


58 


Hector 1 221 73 178 70 


245 


72 


IlalfmooQ, 1 


2.53 


152 


246 145 


254 


147 


2 162 ^9 1-27 65 


175 


91 


2 


l«i8 


157 


hA 153 


l>5 


161 


3 168 198 131 175 


191 


246 


Malta, .... 


Itia 


130 


145 131 


155 


134 


4 227 no 173 73 


2:51 


115 


Milton 1 


370 


29J 


268 372 


328 


309 


Montour... 241 172 221 140 


2*<9 


169 




m 


228 


199 213 


2.58 


179 


Orniiire,... 191 253 156 183 


217 


271 


Moreno,... 


'ZiS 


197 


211 179 


m 


189 


Keiiding... 217 188 163 117 


2:«» 


156 


Noill.u.nd 


215 


156 


1.55 143 


1H9 


165 


Tyrone,.,. 269 212 185 164 


302 


242 


I'rovld nee 


130 


124 


155 148 


168 


142 


— — ^ 








Saratoga, . I 


IHO 


s5 


145 77 


l!t2 


105 


Totals... 2505 2118 1949 15*»3 


2767 


2047 


2 
Saratoga S. 1 


311 
141 


264 
1(13 


267 278 
2T3 255 


319 
32;> 


2^6 
219 


SENKCA COUNTY. 






2 


199 


149 


211 115 


35(5 


269 


Covert.,... 1 110 131 108 1.30 


121 


167 


8 


li»4 


146 


170 272 


235 


300 


2 102 132 98 119 


119 


140 


4 


IriS 


94 


l:J8 125 






Fayette,... 1 90 186 74 175 


102 


197 


5 


146 


255 


.. 


.... 




2 102 129 64 97 


109 


146 


6 


178 


107 








3 107 125 69 l(r.» 


111 


135 


SUllTrater,. 1 


\t\ 


186 


"9.5 'm 


109 


"196 


Junlu 160 132 126 119 


171 


152 


2 


213 


210 


187 195 


2:i0 


20^ 


Lodi 229 2(K) 209 l!i8 


3-.9 


216 


Waterford, 


in 


386 


3-26 3'<2 


349 


4'.t0 


Ovid 1 189 1S7 1.59 153 


1<H5 


186 


Wilton,..,. 


172 


121 


158 117 


214 


119 


3 95 60 77 47 
Romulus... 16:1 243 100 1H4 


103 

187 


s 


Totals,.... 


6093 


5188 


5375 "5249 t>429 


5290 


Seneca F'8,1 151 106 140 86 


147 


105 














2 250 208 l'<7 168 


241 


19» 


SCIIKNECTADY COUNTY 






3 98 2:58 93 1^6 


10:l 


2«J4 


Schenectn'y : 
l8t ward;.. 
2d w;.rd,.. 
3d w.ird... 
4th ward... 
olii w^rd,.. 


141 

211 

314 
218 


1«8 

357 
2^1 


115 1.58 
184 179 
192 274 
290 325 
l'^ 246 


127 
206 
215 
341 
2W 


163 
186 
2K-2 
314 
2:^1 


4 134 lti9 1-20 127 

Tyre 113 1.55 115 117 

Varick 1 82 110 54 89 

3 108 95 86 89 
Waterloo.. 1 l<i7 193 80 12.5 

3 226 347 180 243 


130 
152 
78 
115 
127 
229 


472 
158 
1-20 
100 

332 


Duanesb'h, I 
2 


IJrt 
111 


,'& 


107 55 
li!9 136 


1-27 
117 


5»i 
145 


Totals. . . 2616 3145 21^ 2541 


^ 


mo 


Glenrille, . 1 


175 
lt« 


107 

87 


155 72 
106 77 


194 
115 


95 

89 


STEUBEN COUNTY. 






a 


150 


146 


106 191 


142 


1»<6 


Addison,.. 222 279 1«7 200 


226 


262 


3 


96 


109 


92 115 


97 


117 


Avoca,.... 242 19.5 lb8 150 


274 


173 


Niskayana, 


im 


1U8 


9.5 121 


113 


126 


Bath 1 64 116 .53 81 


81 


12$ 


Princeto'n, I 


71 


26 


63 14 


« 


25 


S 219 224 174 158 


229 


215 




40 


60 


43 57 


53 


62 


8 274 215 22U 149 


316 


19:1 


Rotterdam, 1 


i»8 


112 


105 94 


107 


91 


4 14! 89 120 77 


173 


90 


2 


168 


190 


206 160 


111 


119 


Rradforrl. . 105 134 W 103 


12.5 


136 


3 








105 


71 


Camernn. . 166 91 115 63 


213 


98 




1 


—^ 


^^_ 






Campbell,.! 141 58 122 42 


164 


te 


Totals, 


2343 


2441 


2133 2274 


2156 


2358 


1 71 46 62 44 


89 


58 


SCIIOIIAKIK COUNTY. 






Canisteo... 300 2(W 176 166 
Galon 195 88 KO 63 


323 

270 


1H6 

91 


nienhelra. . 


106 


170 


98 171 


117 


lert 


Cohocton,. 1 176 159 141 122 


198 


166 


Urooiue,... 1 


M 


79 


69 79 


10) 


82 


3 128 ><8 «J 70 


140 


87 




69 


87 


69 95 


i*7 


100 


Coming,..! 4:» 49.5 349 3.53 


467 


414 


3 


60 


22 


43 18 


71 


26 


S 181 214 144 153 


190 


206 



78 




EVENING JOUKNAL ALifANAC, 1871. 










Nkw York- 


-Stkubk-vCo.- 


-Continued. 1 


^1870—, 


^1869-^ 


^18fi«-^ 






^1870-^ 


^-l>»fi9— ^ 


^-1P68^ 


Governor. 
Dist, It. 1). 
IsUp 1 143 103 

2 81 104 

3 Voo 126 
Rlverhead. 1 82 54 

2 20:} 208 

3 88 84 
Flielrer Td. 64 47 
SiMitl.town. 159 142 
B'thampfn 1 187 HW 

2 180 77 

3 102 108 

4 132 9ii 

5 81 «« 
Soathold...! 101 44 

2 lol 307 

3 225 155 

4 l'.t4 124 

Totals, . . 4234 4066 


-ec. S 
H. 
118 
45 

105 

249 

49 

32 

98 
l.-)4 
146 

72 

95 

63 

to 
127 
194 
149 

3107 


late. ( 

n. 

80 
38 
U9 


jovernor. 
It. 1) 




Dlst. 
Pnnsvllle. . 


Governor. Sec. State. Governor. 

u. h. u. i>. n. 1). 

144 228 85 126 1^ 2»i9 


1.52 lOti 
V2.1 81 
177 127 
42 97 
276 155 
1-7 82 
63 87 
15.4 204 
212 It* 
J98 66 
102 10;} 
149 W 
110 46 
1(>4 S6 
174 270 
240 li>4 
217 127 

4609 4195 




Krwii 

Fremont... 
Greenwood 
llarlsvillc.. 

Moil. by 

llorirville, 1 

2 
Howard,..! 

2 

Jasper 

IJn.ller.... 
I'rattsb'gli, 1 

PuUney.... 
H:itlibone.. 
Thurston, , 
Troupsli'lt, 


211 
128 
146 
112 
148 
219 
324 
147 
101 
2:18 
118 
22;} 

39 
192 
118 

'S 


18>< 
111 

98 
2«'3 
442 
139 
66 
73 
89 
194 
129 
157 
120 
76 
149 


1!K) 
90 
126 
104 
12.5 
162 
218 
98 
96 
182 
113 
172 
30 
147 
111 
104 
194 


Ui7 
83 

137 
69 
88 

US 

2«1 
b-i 
40 
66 
64 

152 

109 
9't 
85 
67 

i:W 


244 
148 
l(i5 
129 
1^9 
2H1 
.S5I 
200 
l:!9 
291 
148 
2:;6 
62 
227 
l.<d 
20S 
2;»7 


'JOJ 
l:}7 
148 
84 
131 
£00 

;«t7 

134 
63 
92 

73 

187 

1:16 

148 

126 
81 
lti8 


49 
143 
82 
23 
129 
107 

6:1 

41 

48 
45 

210 
128 
88 

3136 




Tnscarora. 


173 


92 


H 


51 


»M 


90 














UrloMiH,... 
Havland. . 

Wayne 

AV Union,. 


200 
194 
110 


260 
327 


198 
119 
83 


225 
2ti.j 


2.J7 
214 
lil 


2.9 
336 
91 


SULLIVAN COUNTY. 
Bethel 1 93 145 93 104 


101 160 




86 


110 


62 


117 


115 


130 


2 141 


12'.» 


121 


91 


173 143 




Wiieeler, . 


139 


IMI 


102 


132 


1.^0 


175 


Cnlicoon. . 1 47 


173 


66 


148 


129 387^ 




Woodliull.. 


290 


130 


236 


101 


347 


143 


2 65 
Cochecton, 1 91 


lt!5 
167 


47 
64 


US 
126 


*i66 '283 




Totals. ... 


7290 


6522 


5681 


4926 


8575 


6550 


2 .... 
Delnware, .. 66 
FuHsburKli. 1 113 


■290 
33 


■"72 
43 


43 


71 266 
■■79 *'68 




ST LAWRENCE COUNTY 






2 3.>7 


160 


221 


143 


341 184 




Brnsher 


217 


164 


U» 


9:} 


258 


9 


Forestb'h, 1 47 
2 2;} 


61 
96 


30 
13 


53 
59 


45 77 
23 41 




Canton 

Clifton, 

Coltoi 

DeKalb, ... 
l)e I'eyster,. 
Edwards, ... 
Fine, 


729 
15 

,1 

190 
157 
92 
189 
446 
220 
250 
2:}2 
327 
672 
182 
183 
2''0 
264 


376 
7 
72 
67 
30 
6;} 
27 

111 

188 
47 

113 
57 

100 
85 

108 
64 
63 

117 


616 
17 
157 
292 
ICi 
115 
63 
138 
308 
198 
198 

I'lO 

273 
549 
1:55 

121 

:4 

229 


319 
16 
46 
3:3 
23 
60 
12 
93 

114 
43 
85 
36 
65 
73 
83 
64 
57 

104 
63 


1K8 
251 
277 
217 
154 
95 
119 
262 
all 
292 
269 
317 
746 
821 
210 
215 
3.58 
321 
320 


15 
24 
16 
21 
15 
11 
8 
118 
168 
54 
141 
57 
lOS 
113 
153 
84 
97 
121 
85 


Fremont. . . 1 98 

2 42 
lliphland,.. 59 
Liberty 1 2t^i6 

3 43 

4 i^6 
Lumherl'd. 89 
Mamaku'g, 1 153 

2 1«3 

3 159 
Neversink, 1 51 

2 m 
Hockhmd.. 195 
Thompson,! 112 

2 240 

3 76 
Tusten,.... 52 


210 
47 
90 
102 
65 
68 
48 
180 
119 
188 
&i 
60 
109 
174 

12;} 

250 
49 
107 


42 
40 
44 

l:}6 

23 
37 
61 

,1S 
'if 

43 
128 
118 

93 
193 

66 

67 


124 

44 

96 

91 

44 

60 

60. 
103 

88 
142 

63 

58 
173 
120 
106 
192 

40 

85 


183 26»S 

"84 *i05 
115 121 
172 186 

"44 '185 
196 117 
209 145 
165 73 
70 68 
20:} 19;} 

195 151 
117 119 
248 213 
86 50 
78 1:17 




Fowler, 

C.ouverneur, 
Ilaniiiiond, , 

llermon 

Ilopkinton, . 
Lawrence, .. 

Lisbon 

l^ouisville, .. 
Macomb, ... 

Madrid 

Massfna. . .. 
Morrislown, 




Norfolk 

Oswen.itfliie 


227 
1059 


131 
685 


i;»5 
854 


141 


2<i4 
llri7 


161 

mi 


Totals 3084 


3521 


2197 


2791 


i^ 8:5 




Parisiivilie, . 


345 


5:} 


2m 


22 


443 


47 














Pierpont, ... 
l'!tc:iu°n, ... 


372 
113 


68 
15 


277 
81 


62 
12 


423 
113 


78 
21 


TIOGA COUNTY. 






Potsdam, ... 


1062 


301 


802 


1-0 


llrt7 


300 


Barton, ... 1 141 


126 


Mi 


103 


146 124 




Ilopsie, 


170 


104 


l:13 


82 


185 


120 


2 48 


147 


37 


118 


6A 142 




liussell 


279 


139 


242 


109 


3i«) 


167 


3 82 


85 


64 


67 


88 94 




.Stockholm. . 


505 


107 


3;J5 


61 


6:12 


105 


4 287 


145 


241 


95 


288 145 




Waddington 


302 


90 


223 


54 


377 


128 


Berkshire,. 175 
Candor, . . 1 360 


106 
302 


1.58 
323 


82 
2.59 


1^ 1(15 
409 305 




Totals 


10000 


3518 


7767 


2609 11855 


4014 


2 72 

3 74 


117 
63 


66 
43 


88 
46 


90 140 
76 69 


















N'rnk V'ly. 4(8 


140 


314 


12:} 


*« 140 




SUFFOLK COUNTY. 






Nichols.... 261 


150 


227 


129 


2f»7 152 




Brookh'n, . 1 
2 


75 
134 


99 
185 


121 
41 


197 
64 


231 
65 


283 
63 


Owego, ... 1 318 
2 192 


199 


278 
173 


158 
149 


m 214 
2(0 187 




8 


41 


63 


78 


128 


115 


207 


3 45 


83 


45 


72 


61 92 




4 


142 


143 


47 


6;} 


73 


^5 


4 87 


60 


90 


60 


103 M 




6 


66 


70 


109 


176 


257 


204 


6 241 


137 


234 


VX 


299 137 




6 

7 

E. Ilamp'n, 1 


218 
60 


194 
lit 
68 
44 


108 

"73 

39 


100 
41 


161 

m 

44 


124 

*"77 
41 


6 m 

Rlchford,.. 189 
Spencer,,.. 236 


285 
99 
111 
187 


260 
74 
176 
214 


209 
86 
84 

180 


308 261 
97 95 
226 117 
263 216 




8 
4 


44 

25 


37 
40 


83 
22 


26 
23 


43 
81 


ai 

47 


'■-" I '« 


156 
^2? 


94 
78 


145 

104 


l:?4 182 
79 117 




Uantlngt'n 1 


309 
201 


335 
22:1 


204 
120 


263 

178 


346 

201 


874 

22;} 


1 J 


96 
87 


70 
31 


85 
29 


77 103 
40 41 




3 

4 


97 
250 


158 
292 


48 
187 


146 
214 


125 

236 


210 
241 


Total 3878 


SlTo 


3403 


^572 


4300 3222 









KVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 








79 




Nkw Yokk 


— Continued. 










^— i8:o—v 


.— IMt-— 


—1*1 


►^ — » 




















Gove 


nor. Sec. ^ 


ate. Uoveriinr. 




TOMPKINS COUNTY. 






Dlst. 


K. 


I). 


IC. 


1). 


IC. 


1). 






, — l* 


'0-^ 


- — 1809 — > 


<— 1868-- 


Cnldtvpll... 


100 


107 


101 


l:W 


106 


128 




Dlst. 


(lOve 
iC. 


nor. 
D. 


Sec. J 
i:. 


tate. 
1). 


Jovern^)r. 
It. I>. 


Chester.... 1 


1.5 
129 


173 
89 


l;>0 

73 


138 
91 


ls4 

118 


ItiO 
100 




Caroline. .. I 


137 
1>1 


9S 
82 


12-3 
176 


72 

02 


108 
218 


99 
106 


Ilairue 

rii)iici)n. .. 


6:1 
185 


98 
i:» 


60 
121 


70 
98 


71 
204 


87 
124 




Djinhy, ... 


2ti.i 


140 


25.5 


114 


342 


102 


Johiisbur'h 1 


145 


200 


112 


25". 


101 


&48 




UiyJ«ii, .. 1^ 


!'7 

79 


1:2'! 
K4 


92 
h6 


^7-i 


142 
128 


144 

99 


3 
I.UEernp. . . 


80 
206 


6:1 

67 


m 
152 


28 


86 
107 


3:{ 
6:i 




3 


308 


109 


£01 


»> 


418 


112 


Queeiisb ry 1 


>!ri 


13:1 


86 


110 


119 


Vio 




4 


liio 


35 


99 


28 


140 


30 


2 


213 


l;i5 


145 


lii3 


221 


m 




P^nfifM, ... 


204 


201 


207 


172 


26t 


213 


3 


273 


aw 


215 


219 


2S»> 


2«5 




(jrutuii, ... 1 


314 


49 
117 


48 
273 


37 
IIIO 


91 
Sol 


53 
117 


4 
Ptony Cr'k, 


2H3 
J14 


130 
158 


22:1 
117 


108 
145 


326 
122 


125 
138 




3 


1 Iri 




1:55 


70 


173 


92 


Tliurinaii, . 


148 


129 


115 


118 


l:58 


134 




Ithaca 1 


313 


317 


219 


236 


3119 


2X1 


Warreusb'g 


128 


270 


103 


2.>8 


135 


282 




2 
3 


2<> 

457 


Ok; 

311 


2.->7 
»{9 


265 
2.il 


297 
374 


317 
291 


Totals,.. 


2490 


2423 


1978 


20ll 


2669 


2291 




I>ansinB,... 1 


156 


s8 


140 


61 


193 


90 


















2 
3 


1>7 


lOS 
134 


72 

96 


98 


97 
115 


107 
147 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 








Newfield... 1 


242 


254 


218 


219 


294 


270 


Argyle 1 


216 


103 


153 


52 


260 


88 




2 


50 


08 


43 


63 


59 


71 


2 


220 


91 


101 


55 


2.-^» 


«» 




Ulysses, .. 1 


KiS 


214 


246 


172 


296 


225 


Cambridgo.l 


164 


97 


106 


53 


188 


109 






124 


107 


115 


85 


151 


112 




173 


99 


134 


08 


164 


Iftl 












. 


. 





Dresden, . . 


0.1 


36 


b-2 


45 


92 


65 




Totals,... 


.... 


.... 


3539 


2456 


4627 


3138 


Eubtou,.... 1 
Fort Ann,.. 1 


205 

m 

73 


69 
100 

48 


139 
J 25 
69 


2'.» 
40 
50 


300 
216 
75 


68 
115 
66 






[JLSTER COUNTY. 








150 


173 


129 


1:54 


148 


153 




Denning... 1 


41 
2-j 


93 
86 


39 
17 


70 
31 


61 
36 


93 
4U 


3 

4 


82 
43 


70 
53 


• 74 
41 


51 
36 


106 
00 


63 
45 




Esopus,.... 1 


lt)7 


1* 

60 


117 

119 


127 
43 


191 
170 


246 
61 


Ft. Edward 1 

2 


216 
70 


25;J 
55 


129 
57 


2a> 

45 


^s 


62 






l:i2 


121 


108 


Ifti 


142 


129 


3 


211 


249 


140 


196 




.... 




Gardiner, . 


102 


252 


132 


214 


171 


£52 


Granville,. 1 


174 


131 


138 


84 


'203 


117 




ilariienb'K, 1 


2li 


173 


16 


26 


87 


29 


2 


114 


91 


S 


\\ 


l;56 


97 






lOi 


47 


24 


33 


27 


40 


3 


175 


90 


12o 


34 


242 


87 




Hurley T 


32 
16 


28 
42 


157 
92 


125 

49 


259 
111 


150 
33 


Greenwich, 1 
2 


321 
151 


125 
59 


229 
113 


68 
30 


364 
205 


85 
57 




Kingston,. 1 


345 


300 


247 


247 


2:^4 


290 


rr » ^ 


91 


146 


77 


78 


no 


143 






4i>4 


421 


270 


278 


451 


423 


iTampton, . 


93 


66 


78 


37 


115 


72 






275 


411 


l;»9 


215 


309 


402 


Hartford, . 


2!i3 


124 


218 


72 


343 


117 






l-iO 


253 


106 


186 


143 


251 


Hebron,.,. 1 


2:)7 


104 


105 


62 


259 


91 






2:} 4 


365 


159 


2.)4 


223 


407 


2 


106 


56 


77 


24 


i'i 


41 






216 


770 


127 


421 


£{6 


657 


.Tackson, ., 


218 


109 


147 


63 


247 


127 




Lloyd, 1 


90 


no 


59 


112 


94 


116 


Kingsbury, 1 


144 


m 


114 


47 


lot; 


71 






209 


153 


174 


169 


207 


187 


2 


342 


320 


259 


240 


•SSA 


2fO 




Marblet'n, 1 


92 


118 


64 


96 


217 


205 


Putnam,... 


100 


14 


97 


J'-^ 


130 


20 






94 
2-'4 


72 
83 


36 


66 
70 


241 


120 


Saleui 1 

2 


319 

i;i8 


28M 
53 


250 
115 


202 
05 


321 
148 


290 
59 






96 


103 


82 




.... 


\ni. Creek 1 


240 


149 


W 


85 


273 


121 




Rrarlbor'h,. 1 


188 


140 


160 


1S4 


204 


147 


2 


103 


160 


84 


98 


l:J8 


130 






131 


120 


124 


123 


101 


117 


Whitehall, 1 


^^ 


328 


129 


199 


184 


299 




New Paltr. 


2:J6 


352 


199 


220 


225 


2:a 


2 


186 


246 


146 


IXI 


236 


313 




Olive 1 


210 
60 


311 
57 


153 
41 


2t>t 
53 


225 
67 


364 
72 


Totals..... 


6767 


4249 


4341 


2847 


6832 


'4110 




Piatt eklll..! 


Via 


106 


93 


75 


162 


92 




















90 


75 


77 


60 


111 


82 


















Rochester. 1 


]d6 


2i9 


136 


246 


170 


270 


WAYNE COUNTY. 










85 


112 


53 


99 


104 


127 




















35 


53 


21 


49 


47 


68 


Arcadia,..! 


105 


151 


102 


137 


133 


180 




Rosendale, 


324 


4:W 


151 


288 


272 


372 


2 


187 


105 


102 


101 


19:1 


128 




Saugerties, 1 


118 


160 


241 


318 


321 


3;«4 


3 


300 


258 


241 


24.3 


295 


293 






115 


199 


19'$ 


15:) 


839 


206 


Butler 1 


193 


39 


185 


30 


301 


139 






280 


3Sl 


87 


130 


157 


1x2 


2 


107 


89 


81 


77 


96 


82 






a-tf 


207 


100 


95 


214 


ll!>4 


Galen 1 


87 


68 


73 


69 


.... 






8hnndak'n 1 


162 


197 


99 


184 


134 


157 


2 


75 


40 


65 


o^ 


83 


■"41 






13;J 


126 


61 


93 


96 


116 


3 


397 


353 


377 


355 


444 


387 




Shawang'k, 1 


108 


174 


83 


164 


108 


177 


Huron 


206 


188 


186 


143 


278 


179 






101 


138 


76 


178 


122 


2:^6 


Lyons. 1 


37 


103 


37 


93 


53 


l^ 




Warwarsi'g 1 


a^7 


301 


811 


227 


4:« 


2ti2 


2 


1?3 


185 


162 


175 


r.i 


210 






101 


213 


140 


191 


217 


2:U 


3 


Zi9 


246 


214 


2:{1 


243 


260 




3 


113 


86 


107 


76 


128 


85 


Macedon,.l 


157 


142 


100 


99 


181 


157 




4 


52 


118 


49 


105 


48 


142 


2 


149 


63 


131 


»4 


181 


69 




Woodsto'k, 


221 


175 


174 


15;! 


234 


151 


Marion.... 


3-27 


68 


295 


67 


387 


f6 




Totals. . . 




8581 


6114 


6687 


7^ 


86^ 


Ontario,... 
L'«lmyra... 1 


324 
354 


144 

406 


264 
277 


94 

32.5 


416 
400 


129 
293 




7426 


















2 


97 


06 


83 


65 


108 


70 




WARREN COUNTY. 






Rose 

Savanna]], 


246 
224 


1« 
101 


245 
214 


175 
150 


314 
247 


189 
188 




Bolton 


172 


130 


155 


88 


183 


123 


Sodu......'.! 


2J7 


145 


221 


112 


301 


144 





80 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Nkw York — Waykk Co.— Continued. 

GoverDor. Sec. State. Governor. 



Dist 


|{. 


1). 


l{. 


1). 


IC 


l> 


Sodus, 2 


I<i3 


228 


173 


198 


214 


2;w 


3 


K) 


94 


75 


7rt 


113 


M 


Walwortli.. 


33-2 


119 


211 


91 


3.W) 


147 


V\illiaiii'n, 1 


m 


111 


157 


7»> 


9?.i) 


90 


2 


l-->rt 


77 


1(K{ 


M 


15rt 


Ki 


Wolcott, . . 1 


177 


199 


156 


151 


]% 


1-4) 


2 


Ho 


m 


117 


164 


172 


179 


Totals 


6442 


4242 


4707 


3017 


6313 


4346 



WESTCITESTER COUNTT. 

ne.lford. ... 385 271 303 220 471 371 

Cortlandt, .. 1066 8SH) 9:12 7(4 1072 1070 

E. Chester,. . 4'23 630 393 610 498 732 

Greeiii)urBli, 6>^3 8*<7 444 632 744 llH7 

Ihirrisoii. ... 118 107 68 90 92 108 

l^ewisboro,.. ^'09 91 173 33 271 10(1 

Miimiirone'k 80 1C4 93 121 109 143 

Moriisimia, 658 1580 849 K7 822 1722 

Mt. IMeiiwant 345 468 270 359 395 oi» 

New Cjistle.. 242 149 184 117 267 1>'0 

N. Koclielle, 2.^0 372 170 277 77 410 

North Cfistle 190 177 165 131 318 222 

North Salem 193 68 131 77 2i;2 81 

OssininK..... 519 804 514 626 618 732 

Pelham 45 90 26 76 69 141 

I'ouiidridge, 125 117 122 85 166 148 

Hye. 367 511 283 448 399 567 

PcHr8«liile, .. 25 35 26 17 44 43 

Somera. 161 139 149 97 211 162 

Westchester, 199 469 141 .^18 232 4H6 

West K>irn>B, 356 673 32:1 464 5:W 855 

White IMiilns 198 300 123 190 172 2^ 

Yoi.kers. ... 1090 1185 723 757 1172 1515 

Yorklown, .. 214 244 216 226 281 281 

Totals 804110361 6480 7513 9398 11945 



\1 


TTOM 


ING 


COUNTY. 






Arcade, 


1.58 


191 


117 


131 


176 


166 


AUicH, 


290 


277 


260 


210 


306 


255 


IJeiitiington. 


161 


271 


120 


166 


232 


3*^1 


Castile 


342 


120 


271 


100 


4ti6 


131 


CoviriBlon,.. 


m 


41 


i:i9 


25 


209 


55 


Eaele, 


173 


70 


154 


112 


216 


1(v> 


Gainesville.. 


2:^7 


115 


178 


78 


2H3 


112 


Genesee F'ls 


119 


94 


104 


72 


128 


72 


Java, 


143 


2.5;i 


K5 


170 


167 


275 


Mld.Uehnry.. 


261 


81 


240 


65 


;w 


100 


Orangeville,. 


145 


82 


115 


55 


176 


86 


Perry 


427 


97 


.',32 


70 


460 


106 


IMlce 


2«3 
173 


84 

220 


271 
103 


69 
147 


340 

I9i) 


87 


Sheldon 


263 


Warsaw 


405 


2.=S0 


360 


194 


468 


242 


Wethersfield 


87 


153 


79 


119 


146 


176 


Totala 


3584 


2399 


2927 


1773 


4205 


2620 



YATES COUNTY. 

narrinjrton 204 163 151 98 231 169 

Benton,...! 2fi0 119 213 77 2>H> 125 

2 121 55 113 49 134 67 

Italy. 151 99 110 82 246 65 

Jerusalem. 1 131 88 114 69 148 90 

2 203 183 160 123 243 169 

Middlesex. 201 69 146 31 248 70 

Mllo 1 300 193 237 154 2!0 1(50 

2 228 155 90 68 140 117 

3 226 250 189 197 226 212 
Potter 1 123 41 112 33 145 41 

'2 174 111 133 70 210 118 

Starker,...! 193 109 146 70 204 105 

3 195 104 143 72 214 97 

Torrey,.... 143 163 126 134 165 165 

Totals 2746 1863 2181 1277 Sl» 1706 



CONGRESS. 

/— 1870— V -— 1R68— > 

„, ^. , Congrt-M. Congress. 

Fimt DisL R. D. U. D. 

Qneena. 4806 (5175 .5027 »^I8 

Hlrhinofid, 2132 2.V.*6 2327 29:17 

Suffolk, 443«« 3«;i 4!»jl 4153 

Totals, n466 12632 11945 13338 

Second Diet 
Brookl.vn : 

tit h ward 1248 2043 1376 4431 

8lh ward, 586 1116 4'<2 90J 

9th ward 625 1419 tKH Itiin 

Idth ward 2066 2765 2(W7 35;i< 

12th wnril 387 2475 343 2<tiO 

14lh wani 657 2082 701 1905 

Kith ward, 1347 l!'97 1601 2476 

17th ward ]1&4 1269 12:4 1471 

18th wanl 609 716 6x7 >M>8 

2l8t ward 1577 1473 1515 2(>25 

22d ward 1056 762 7'<{ 1048 

Flathnsh, 300 469 2:^ 337 

Flaflands 187 127 172 lfi8 

New l.f.ts. 84 • Its 42.S 800 

yew Utrecht, 150 284 175 321 

Uravesend, 439 639 102 179 

Totals 124«2 20704 12492 24418 

Majority for Kinsella. 8.222 ; majority for 
Schuniacker in 1868, 11926. 



77iird DUsL 

Brooklyn : R. R. D. R. D. 

Islward 206 216 701 501 741 

2d ward 260 25 1160 348 1,547 

3d wanl, 316 616 ^i^ 1220 79:1 

4th ward 604 340 1175 1169 12X6 

Slhward 706 111 2204 734 2>>9l 

7lh ward 1351 314 17!»3 ItUW 1875 

nth ward 1007 455 1H()6 li3.5 2072 

13th ward 1283 166 1212 20(i:j u%\ 

15tli ward 702 56 780 1329 140S 

19th wanl 122:i 276 1057 1144 928 

20th ward, 935 641 104-5 2013 1564 

Totals 8623 3216 13799 13734 16598 

Flocum over Webster. 5.176; over" Whiting, 
10,58:< : over both, 1,960; majority for Slucum 
111 1868. 2.864. 

Fourth DisU 

New York: R.AT.D. R- Tarn. R. D. 

1st ward 835 35 1308 2:19 29:14 

2d ward 139 6 140 134 304 

3d ward 1S7 39 4:3 258 7^7 

4thward 881 10 24:{9 4.5:{ 3rHS 

Sthward 1132 196 1:«8 915 25'.t0 

fith ward, 872 2 Vm 8:10 4858 

8th ward 1455 503 3076 1695 4883 

Totals, 6501 790 10702 4024 20124 

Majority for Roosevelt over nil, 4,411 ; over 
Mc.Mahon, 6,201 ; majority for Fox in 1868, 10,100. 



Fifth Dm. 












R. 


R. T.AY.D. R. 


Tam. 


Tnd. 


7lh ward, .. 


672 


28 6146 98:1 


.5rei5 


Wl 


10th ward, ,. 


778 


9 27^ 15t!7 


2975 


626 


13th ward, . . 


.MS 


42 3408 \%^ 


.3605 


424 


14tb ward, .. 


353 


80 3213 C55 


3789 


452 



Totals,.. 2213 159 14556 4494 16064 2583 

Majority of Roberts, over nil. 12.182; over 
RrigKs, 12,:14l ; majority for Rlorrissey, over all, 
in 1868, 8,984. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



81 



Nbw York — Conobess — Continued. 

^—1870 — . ,—1888—^ 

Congress. Congress. 

Sixth Di9t. R. I). R. D. 

9th ward, 3539 3t>.J9 41H9 4076 

lothward 1777 2074 2311 2541 

16th ward, 2887 3495 320-2 4845 



«3 9228 9682 12:562 
lajority for Cox In 



Totals, 

Majority for Cox, 1, 
1868, i,m. 

Sevmtfi JHst R. R. T.AY.D. R. D. 

nth ward 1454 494 5089 1974 «n2 

17th ward, 2049 435 7425 4013 10346 

ToUIs 3503 929 12464 5987 18458 

Ely over McAlpine, 8,961 ; over all, 8,032. 
Eighth Diat R. Y. D. D. R. 1). 

18th ward, 2443 1240 4351 3211 67^!5 

20th ward, 2460 1243 6497 3379 8213 

21gt ward, 2645 1760 2997 3276.6489 

Totals 7438 4243 12845* 9866 21487 

Majority for Rrooks. over all, 1.254; plurality 
over Wilkes, 5,497; majority for Broolcs in 186>j, 
11,622. 

NinVi Dist. R. Y. D. Tam. R. I. D. D. 

12th ward. .. 484 1660 4305 2474 276 3712 

I9thward. .. 865 2267 5J?i)4 3353 7S2 5160 

22d ward, . . 2359 862 6431 32.30 701 5776 

Totals... 3708 4"?^ {5630 9087 1759 r4'648 
Majority for Wood, over all, 7.133 ; over 
Hillyer. 10,841 ; majority for Wood, over all, in 
1868, 3,802. 

Tenth DUt. R. D. R. D. 

Putnam 1236 1491 1545 1745 

Rockland 1502 2175 1847 2781 

Westchester, 7947 10583 9308 12007 

Totals 10685 14249 12700 16533 

Eleventh Ditt. 

Orange 8200 7168 7989 

Sullivan 3047 3579 3309 



7970 
3650 



Totals 11247 10747 11298 11620 

5475 



Ttoelfth Dist. 

Columbia, , 

Dutchess, 



BiglUeenth Dint. 
Fulton and Ham'n, 

.MoiitKom«*ry 

S;iriitoK;i 

.Srheiieclady 



, 1870 . ^1868-^ 

Concress. Congress. 

R. D. L.R. R. D. 

3017 3236 251 3687 3125 

3337 4222 5.54 4100 3690 

5141 495.} 1025 6;i65 6347 

1895 2tl5 456 2459 2346 



Totals 13390 14828 2286 16611 14508 

Nine.tee.nth DIM. R. D. R. D. 

Chen.ingo 6453 401*1 5841 4127 

Delaware, 63,>4 4472 6.578 4339 

Otsego 6945 6836 6530 6118 

Totals 16752 14389 17949 14584 

Twentieth I>ist. 

Herkimer 4.953 4076 6287 4149 

Jeflferson 6862 6979 8206 6081 

Lewis 3048 2844 3363 3278 

Totals 14863 12899 16856 ]3m 

Ticentuflr%t Dist. 

Oneida 12322 10606 12543 11240 

Jhcentt/- second Dint. 

R. D. L.R. R. D. 

Madison 5464 3763 218 6245 3 

Oswego 7986 6017 375 9516 6166 

Totals 18450 9T80 593 15761 6169 

TtrerUu third Dv>t. R. D. R. D. 

Cortland 3-520 1X30 4042 2144 

Onondaga 94;« 8710 12428 9311 

Totals 12954 10540 16470 11455 

Twenty fourth Dist. 

Cayuga 7187 4811 8148 5006 

Seneca 2637 3086 2791 33(>2 

Wayne 6452 4237 6295 4431 

Totals, 15276 12134 17234 12739 

Twenty fifth Di»t. 

Livingston, 4347 3258 4578 3622 

Ontario 5042 4234 5726 4226 

Yates 2726 1875 3114 1762 



5405 5551 
6343 7593 



Thirteenth Diet. 

Greene, 

Ulster 



14432 11748 13144 13569 
8218 



Totals 

Ttceniy sixth DUtt. 

Broome 

Schuyler, 

Tioga 

Tompkins, 



Totals, 

Fourteenth Dist. R. 

Albany 11745 

Schoharie 2981 

ToUls 14726 

Fifteenth Dint. 

Rensselaer, 7361 

Washington 4298 



112.-J7 

D. 

13273 

4443 



3642 3925 

7917 8276 

115^12201 
L.R. R. 
336 12272 
.... 3462 



3438 
8254 



11692 
D. 



Totals 

Threniy-seventh Dist. 

Allegany,' 

Chemung, 

Steuben 



4547 
17716 336 157.34 18478 



Totals 

Twenty-eight/i Dist. 

Monroe, 

Orleans, 



12115 9367 1341fi 9610 

5114 3876 5721 8W9 

2511 2107 2771 2043 

3902 30:^6 4283 3220 

3944 2950 4623 3135 

15476 12029 17398 122^ 

6423 2744 65.30 2««S7 
3518 4117 3567 3792 
7335 6491 S.'ioO 6551 

{6276 133.52 18647 13180 



1C252 8805 11487 10244 
3592 2382 3902 2455 



12469 
5324 



120 103K3 
116 6671 



106.57 

4084 



Totals, 11669 17793 235 17054 14641 

Sixteenth Dist. 
Clinton, 
Essex, 
Warren. 



Totals 13844 11187 15389 12a»9 



Twenty-ninth Dist 

Genesee 

Niagara, 

Wyoming 



3766 2386 4215 2866 
4818 4295 6019 4809 
3550 2358 4198 2619 



Totals 12134 9039 13342 10294 



Totals, 

Seventeenth Diti. 

Franklin 

St. Lawrence, 



,^ 9272 9444 10428 8218 I 



Thirtieth Dist. 
Erie 



2994 
10026 



2209 3410 
3490 118.52 



2271 ! 
4013 i 



Tfiirty first Dist. 

Cattaraugus, 

Chautauqua, 



14415 15018 16004 



4461 4089 9300 4518 
5709 6704 6116 8?15 



Totals, 13020 5699 15262 6284 



Totals 10170 9793 15416 8433 



11 



82 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

^1870-^ ,—1868 — . 

COUNTIES. I'lesldent. Att-Uen. 

II. D. R. l>. 

Alamance 1043 788 1102 1055 

Alexander :..:.:.^ 247 504 351 616 

Allegheny 7. 158 377 245 284 

Anson,... 986 1052 1002 1050 

Ashe.. H98 791 620 H24 

Beaufort 1346 1505 1318 1227 

Bertie 1391 867 1617 763 

Bladen 1323 1115 1372 1079 

Brunswick 719 720 878 6.98 

Buncombe, 981 1436 40^ 1090 

Burke 693 803 927 741 

Cabarrus 851 963 940 1111 

Caldwell, 351 638 394 617 

Camden 526 623 528 530 

Carteret, 821 881 834 898 

Caswell, 19o7 1409 

CaUwba 149 10*3 488 1131 

Chatham, 1124 1861 1765 1540 

Cherokee oW 524 443 423 

Chowan 692 6it3 692 520 

Clay 174 218 155 243 

Cleveland 314 1212 856 1037 

Columbus 487 937 512 951 

Craven, 2764 1500 3535 1493 

Cumberland, 1671 1741 1597 16^-0 

Currituck, 327 816 416 907 

Dare 168 265 

Davidson, 1150 1216 1843 835 

Davie 683 762 652 690 

Dublin, 952 1505 1025 1580 

EdKecombe, 2878 776 2681 1473 

Forsyth 1014 954 1262 787 

Franklin 1437 1379 1431 1376 

Gaston 696 958 878 678 

Gates 452 672 

Granville 2368 2008 2754 2148 

Greene 1006 794 756 557 

Guilford, 1717 1793 2109 14i'6 

Halifax 3230 1347 3206 1593 

Harnett 562 S40 645 789 

Haywood 401 723 412 660 

Henderson, 555 403 6-10 361 

Hertford, 273 2^7 744 714 

Hyde, 629 754 672 791 

Iredell 404 1263 159 1412 

Jackson 229 587 220 607 

Johnson, 1212 1709 1204 1348 

Jones,... 559 519 592 422 

Lenoir 1224 911 1215 861 

Lincoln 510 822 623 738 

Macon 246 530 829 672 

Madison 489 510 329 459 

Martin 1107 1116 740 607 

McDowell 5.51 599 740 607 

Mecklenburg 1936 2161 1962 2149 

Mitchell 471 280 629 118 

Montgomery 545 4S1 727 341 

Moore, 791 1113 1019 m 

Nash 788 9S0 837 1096 

New Hanover, 2914 2027 3915 2344 

Northampton, 1800 959 1931 1045 

Onslow 368 788 417 879 

Orange 991 1708 1453 1907 

Pasquotank, 920 837 1047 588 

Perqulraans 795 656 913 689 

Person 765 1092 953 1054 

I'itt 1754 1752 1531 1559 

Polk 3«0 189 405 195 

Randolph 1242 1280 1752 877 

Richmond; 1162 836 12.^4 808 

Robeson 1623 lt-85 1318 1337 

Rockingham 1143 1596 14K] 1513 

Rowan 973 1459 1332 1530 

Rutherford, 1134 898 1279 rtJ^S 

Sampson 945 1397 1026 1447 

Stanley, 452 598 466 651 

Stokes 660 989 783 744 

Surry 508 1007 818 737 

Transylvania 149 367 mi 232 

Tyrrel 328 429 185 339 



COUNTIES. 


^1870-^ 

President. 

R. D. 

.... 634 788 


^1868— s 
Att.-Gen. 

aiS 930 


Wake 

Warren, 


... 3504 3112 
.... 2206 373 


8433 2953 
3308 1058 


Washington, 


.... 798 661 


955 ^ 


Watauga 

Wayne 

Wilkes, 

Wilson, .... 


.... 268 600 
.... 1785 271 
.... 911 313 
.... 948 1191 


303 348 
1421 1487 
1205 R20 

897 1103 


Yadkin 


.... 511 879 


840 t.22 


Yancey, 


.... 245 696 


266 4.^ 


Totals 


.... 834.37 87648 9(5718 84659 



We are without the official returns in this 

State on the election of members of the 42d 
Congress. The following is the vote in 1868: 

Fimt Dist. R. D. 

Beaufort, 1318 1228 

Bertie, 1514 7t» 

Camden, 5.30 

Chowan 689 

Currituck, 410 

Gates, 462 

Halifax 3203 

Hertford 734 

Hyde 572 

Martin 1011 

Northampton, 1917 

Pasquotank, 1064 

Perquimans, 913 

Tyrrel 193 

Washington, 954 



628 
718 
907 
672 
1594 
729 
791 
1032 
1087 
576 
580 
339 
347 



Totals 15476 

Second Dist 

Carteret. 835 897 

Craven 3536 1492 

I Duplin 1025 1576 

1 KdKecombe, 2680 1473 

I Greene, 756 550 

1 Jones. 594 420 

i Lenoir 1214 861 

Onslow,, 408 673 

Pitt 1531 1560 

Wayne 1421 1486 

Totals 14895 1^ 

Third Dist. 



Anson 

Bladen 

Brunswick,.... 

Columbus, 

Cumberland,.. 

Harnett, 

Montgomery,. . 

Moore 

New Hanover, 
Richmond, ... . 

Robeson, 

Sampson, 



884 
504 



737 
1018 



1002 1051 
1373 1078 



693 
957 



1597 1680 
645 789 



331 
8)?5 



Totals, 

Fourth Dint. 

Chatham, 

Franklin, 

Granville, 

Johnston, 

Nash, 

Orange, 

Wake 

Warren, 

Totals 

Fifth Ditt. 

Alamance, 

Caswell 



3960 2290 

1263 794 

1317 1337 

1014 14r.8 

15314 13353 




14796 13£M 



1101 1053 
1950 1417 



EVENIKO JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



83 



NOBTH Cabolina — Coutinued. 



Davidson, .. 

Forsyth 

Guilford 

Person 

Randolph,... 
Itockiiigham, 

Stokeg, 

Surry, 

SUuly, 



R. D. 

KMT 837 

1280 762 

2105 14i»4 

953 JO.'54 

1754 877 

14<)3 1513 

786 728 

820 737 

466 651 



Totals, 14525 11123 

Sixth DM. 

Alexander, 857 513 

CHb>.rrus, 934 1111 

Catawba, 501 1120 

Davie 654 tiPO 

flaston, 863 677 

Iredell 992 13«3 

Lincoln 622 785 

Mecklenbunt, 1970 2119 

Rowan 1350 loflO 

Union, 806 928, 

Wllke 1217 815 ! 

Yadkin 837 601 



Totals, 11103 

Seventh Diet. 

Alleghany >. 247 

Ashe 630 

Runcombe, 1087 

Burke K25 

(^ildwell, 3«2 

Cherokee 4H6 

Clay 154 

Cleveland, 646 

Haywood, 410 

Henderson 637 

Jackson, 219 

Macon 318 

Miidison, 528 



Mitchell. 

McDowell 

Polk 

Rutherford, . 
Transylvania,. 
Watauffa, 



529 
7:^9 
407 
1282 
192 
29?< 
Yancey, 263 



121G2 



2«2 
641 

1(»89 

749 

619 

416 

234 
1042 

660 

35S , 

60.«? 

571 

458 

118 

610 

165 

686 

23:] 

347 

438 



Total 10329 10347 

OHIO. 

Candidates: Pec'y of State — Isaac R. Sher- 
wood (Re'i.) ; William lleisly (Dem.) Supreme 
Judee — Geo. W. Mcllwain (Rep.); IL A. Har- 
rison (Dem.) Comptroller— Wm. T. Wilson 
(Hep); John H. Hcaton (Dem.) Board of 
Public Works— Ph. V, Ueriing (Kep.J ; Wm. 
Spencer (Dem.) 

CONOR ESS. 

First District— Aaron F. Perry (Rep.); Mil- 
ton Sayler (Dem.) Second District — Job E. • 
Steplieiison (Uep.) ; Samuel K. Carey (Dem.) 
Third District— R. C. Schenck (Kep.); Lewis 
D. Campbell (Dem.) Fourth District— W. B. 
McClurK (Kep.); J. Frank McKinney (Dem.) 
Fifth District — J. D. Clark (Rep.) ; C. I^. Leml- 
son (Dem.) Sixth District — John A. Smith 
(Rep.) ; J. W. Denver (Dem.) Seventh District 
— Samuel ShellabarRer (Kep.) ; Hugh J. Jewett 
(Dem.) Eiglith District — John IJeatty (Kep.) ; 
James II. Iluljhell (Democrat.) .Ninth Dis- 
trict-Charles Foster #(epul)lican); E. Fenn 
Dickinsdn (Dem.) Tenth District— E. I). Peck i 
(Rep.); \V. F. Lock wood (Dem.) Eleventh I 
District — John T. Wilson (Ren.); Kalph Leete 
(Dem.) Twelfth Di.Mrict — Charles K. Rrown | 
(Kep.): Phila. Van Trump (l)»?m.) Thirteenth 
District — C. W. Potwin (Kep.); George W. | 



Moruan (Dem.) Fourteenth District — James 
Monroe (Keu.); Lyman R. Critchfleld (Dem.) 

Fifteenth District — W. P. Sprague (Rep.); 
John Cartwritjht (Dem.) Sixteenth District — 
John A. BinRham (Rep.): Robert E. Chambers 

(Dem.) .Seventeenth District — J. A. Ambler 
(Itep): E. Ball (Dem.) Einhteenth District — 

William II. Upson (Kep.); J. M. Coffinberry 

(Dem.) Nineteenth District— Jas. A. Garfield 

(Rep.) ; G. A. Howard (Dem.) 

^ 1870 > /— 1869— > 

COUNTIES. Secretary State. Governor. 

It. D. Prob. R. D. 

Adams, 1670 2007 .... 1662 2223 

Allen 1376 1934 .... 1687 2359 

Ashland 1897 2185 25 2006 2895 

Ashtabula 3216 962 176 4945 1243 

Athens, 2374 1417 21 2578 1614 

Auelaire 866 1971 .... 914 2430 

Belmont, 3396 3621 100 3248 37W 

Brown, 2077 2972 !00 2015 3197 

Butler 2956 4877 16 276W 4879 

Carroll, 1509 1083 .... 1622 1210 

ChHrnpulKn,.... 2468 2004 6 2524 2001 

Clarke, 3698 2382 87 34.5M 2159 

Clermont, 3066 3;^ .... 29.50 3784 

Clinton. 2695 1.504 .... 2.S56 1474 

Columbiana,... ZSm 2261 20 39*5 2700 

Coshocton,.... 1899 2528 6 1989 3437 

Crawford 1603 2459 .... 1631 8183 

Cuyahoga 6700 4017 310 9402 ri27 

Dark*-, 2512 3195 26 2.528 3326 

Defiance, 793 1318 15 952 1666 

Delaware 2541 1907 144 2685 2043 

Erie 2548 1447 63 2:i4l 1848 

Fairfield 1782 3391 .... 2144 3831 

Fayette 1771 12t>8 .... 1770 12m8 

Franklin 4^93 6116 108 4289 6552 

Fuiton 1478 857 .... 1^66 1146 

Gallia 2227 1291 23 2172 J5»W 

Geauga 1706 375 5 2489 773 

Greene, 3744 1770 3 3191 1717 

Guernsey 2506 IWl 4 2:?80 2I3C 

Hamilton 17601 14864 .... 17939 1!>2I8 

Hancock I960 20!t5 .... 194r. 21^3 

Hardin 1.525 1476 2fi 1773 18*<2 

Harrison, 2101 1614 4 2043 lasS 

Henry, 758 1290 12 913 1394 

Highland 2957 2680 .... 2805 2903 

Hocking 895 1520 35 IIPO 1873 

Holmes 921 2311 4 861 2356 

Huron, 3292 1955 127 3:]93 2112 

Jackson, 1799 1,5>'6 2 2022 1768 

Jefferson 2764 1850 .... 2921 2i;5 

Knox 2684 2858 23 2761 2798 

i-ake 1958 623 10 2381 861 

Lawrence 22»9 1618 25 2281 1637 

Licking 3167 4310 .... 3107 4406 

Logan 2321 1668 21 2414 17.53 

Lorain 3977 1774 62 3771 1830 

I-uca.s 3001 1889 63 4106 27ai 

Madison 1639 1.509 9 1598 1579 

Mahoning 2488 2:306 9 3003 2552 

Marion 1221 1594 2 1393 1»77 

Medina, 251:5 1599 .... 2499 15«6 

MeiKS 2890 1829 .... 2789 1371 

Mercer 639 1668 .. 695 2404 

Miami 3198 27:58 97 3290 2649 

Monroe 884 2571 11 mi 2792 

Mont4romery,.. 60a5 6:557 43 6l6:j 4420 

Morpan 1901 1649 17!) 2107 16.99 

Mon.>w 2154 1491 21 2168 1737 

Muskingum,... 4389 4414 .... 40«7 4411 

Noble 1H65 1582 .... 1920 1589 

Otuwa, 756 1179 7 743 1168 

Panlding 665 607 21 723 C47 

Peri-y. 1.302 1708 11 1601 1915 

Pickaway, 1895 26:58 1 1960 2730 

Pike, 118S 1475 .... 1027 1550 

Portage 2.576 1880 11 3213 2241 

Preble 2463 1814 4 2427 18.54 

Putnam, ....... 781 16.57 10 982 19J'5 

Richjand 2679 3207 186 2i'64 S595 



84 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 


Ohio — Continued. 

. 1870 . ^1869-- 

COUNTIES. Secretary State. Governor. 

« R. D. Prob. R. D. 

Ross, 3115 3r,6 2 Sfiol 3536 


Eiohth DUt 


^1870^ '^isefj— ^ 
Congre«. Co^ngres^. 

.... 2464 1985 2896 2206 


Marion 

Morrow, 

Richland, 

Union, 

Totals, 


.... 1212 1567 1452 1943 
... 2227 1422 2383 1808 
.... 2713 3190 3226 3753 
.... 1994 1277 2241 1540 

.... 10610 9441 12198 11250 


Siindusky 199;» 2570 58 2175 2»i30 

Scioto 22-29 2125 42 2-J48 2206 


Seneca 2690 3176 27 2581 3242 


Shelby, 1412 2157 40 1360 2227 

gtark 4649 4105 5083 4803 


fummit, 2t589 1797 151 4788 2207 

Trumbull 3691 im 120 4621 2144 

Tuscarawas,... aJoO 3202 80 2741 3352 
Union 1996 1285 4 20.53 1462 


mnth Dist. 

Crawford 

Krie, 


... 1613 2461 1861 3599 

... 2735 1260 2891 2152 

a;W4 193<> 3851 2350 


Van Wert 1335 1340 .... 1445 1474 

Vinton 1165 1470 .... 1316 1571 


Ottawa, 


791 1148 905 1499 


SiLnrliinlfT 


1940 2670 2300 3134 


Warren 3585 1835 .... 3351 1875 

Washington,... 3360 2971 7 3708 3449 

Wayne 3047 3585 18 3202 3655 

Williams, 1612 1514 11 1933 1580 

Wood, 2077 1300 .... 2352 1596 

Wyandot 1211 1650 9 1561 2069 

Totals 221709 205015 2863 235982 22S481 

The following is the official vote on other 
candidates : Comptroller of the Treasury — 
Rep., 221,712; Dem.. 204,287; Prob., 2,780. 
Member of Board of Public Worlcs — Rep., 
220,304: Dem., 20j,asi ; Prob., 2,9<)5. Supreme 
Judge— Rep., 221,629; Dem.. 204,771; Prob., 
2,810. The average Republican majority is 
16,675. 

CONGRESS. 

^1870-^ r— 1868— ^ 

First Dist. R. D. R- D. 

Hamilton (part). 8039 7294 10272 10483 




':" 2<^1 3020 2878 3588 


Totals 

Tenih Dist 


.... 13274 12498 14686 16322 
... 804 1318 967 193.9 


Fulton, 


... 1475 857 2032 1268 


Henry, 


... 785 1252 1010 1611 


Lucas, 


... 2982 1894 4105 4035 


Paulding, 

Putnam, 

Williams, 


... 661 614 706 668 
... 783 1667 1076 2088 
... 1619 1520 2068 1843 


Wood, 


.. 2193 1120 2631 2061 


Totals, 


.. 11302 10242 14595 15507 


Eleventh Dist. 


.... 1651 2011 1997 2200 


Gallia, 


... 2288 1382 2428 1812 




... 1763 1593 2015 1789 


Lawrence, 


.... 2290 1660 2902 1739 


Second Dist. 
Hamilton (part) 9294 7745 11694 11197 




1153 1475 1487 1622 


Totals, 

Twelfth Dist. 

Fiiirfield 

Hocking 


... 11324 10269 13631 11505 

... 1777 3397 2286 3949 
... 930 1514 1206 2086 
... 1314 1704 1625 2010 


TTiird Dist 

Butler 2896 4894 3200 5333 

Montgomery 5952 6246 6440 65-57 


Preble 2449 1808 2769 1979 


Warren 3488 1890 3884 1949 


Pickawav 


1897 2619 2132 2770 


Totals 14785 14838 16293 15818 


piK..^'. :::::::::: 


... 1188 1472 1039 1715 


Ross, 


... 3159 3417 3086 3736 


Fourth Diftt. 

Champaign 2451 2()09 2769 2346 

Dralce 2515 3212 2878 3381 


Totals, 


... 10265 14123 11374 16286 


Thirteenth Dist 


... 1897 2536 2162 2611 


Logan 2287 1713 2614 1922 

Miami,.....;... 3061 2874 3810 2893 


Knox 

Licking 

Muskingum, ... ., 


... 2584 2973 2909 2790 
... 3164 4308 3373 4513 
... 4402 4377 4536 4700 


Shelby, 1427 21.58 1585 2485 


Totals, 11741 11966 13656 13027 


Totals, 


... 12047 14194 12980 14614 


AUe^!:.^:"^: 1367 18W 1782 2^9 


Fmirteenih Dist 
Ashland, 


... 1905 2185 2099 2502 


AujTlaize «63 1%"2 1021 2693 


Hancock 1962 2046 2124 252t; 


Holmes, 


... 911 23(W 977 2917 


Hardin . 1531 1476 1775 1799 




... 4010 1771 4281 1998 


Mercer;::::::::::::.... 638 i648 764 2271 

Van Wert, .... 1319 1331 1503 1459 


Medina, 


... 2491 1608 2783 1797 


Wayne. . 


.... 2954 3677 3435 3899 


Wyandot, '* ... .... 1214 1650 1630 2138 


. Totals 

Fifteenth Dist. 
Athens, 


... 12271 11545 13575 13113 

.... 2367 1440 2807 1590 
... 2829 1873 3234 2164 
. 879 2580 1274 3289 


Totals 8894 11993 10589 15435 


Sixth DUt. 
Brown, 2037 3031 2549 3;?07 


Meigs, 

Monroe 


Clermont, 2940 3;J18 3290 3783 


Clinton 2547 150«) 2>^17 16.34 


Morgan, 


.... 1834 1672 2429 1945 


Puyette 1739 1279 1»84 1473 


Washington 

Totals 

Sixteenth Dist 


... 3354 29»2 4029 3829 
... 11263 10547 13773 12817 

.^ 3345 3626 3701 4061 
.... 2477 1909 2681 2126 


Highland 2946 26.Q0 2923 2923 


Totals, 12199 11827 13463 13120 


Seventh Dist. 
Clarke . 36C2 2316 3759 2443 


Guernsey 


Franklin, 4513 6402 4731 7802 


Harrison, 

Noble 


.... 2804 1617 2201 1753 
... 1868 1578 2174 1795 
.... 2661 3228 30O0 36W? 


Greene 3694 1816 3«73 1963 


Madison, 1619 1526 1615 161a 


Totals, 13488 12060 13978 13823 


Totals. 


... 13155 11958 13757 13S41 t 




. ^1 



EYENING JOUBNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



85 



Ohio — Ck)ntinued. 



SeventMnih DUL 



,— 1S70 — > ^-1868—. 
Congrese. Coutfreas. 



Carroll,, 1482 1059 1712 13:« 

Columbiana 3178 2427 4H21 2t)8l 

Jefferson 2686 1776 32i"3 2-211 

Stark 4339 4253 6372 6077 



Totals. 11685 



9514 14998 11602 



Myers (Deni.) Seventeenth District •- Daniel 
J. Morrell (Rep.); K. Milton Speer (Dem.) 
Kishtcenth District— W. 11. Armstrong (Rep.) ; 
Henry Sherwood (Dera.) Nineteenth Dis- 
trict -Glciii W. Pchofiei.l (Ken.); Seloon 
Marvin (Dem.) Twentieth District ~C. W. 
Gilfillan (Kep.); Samuel Griffith (Dem.) 
Twenty-first District — A ndrcw Stewart (Rep. ) ; 
Henry D. Foster (Dem.) Twenty-second Dis- 
trict—James S. NeK'ey (Rep.); James U. 
I Hopkins (Dem.) Twentytliird District — Kbe- 



JUffM^SfWi iJist. .on 1I0.1 c,-n i "ezer McJunkiu (Rep.) ; Wm. Serinell (Dem.) 

Cuyahoga, 6163 4344 11241 tooO Twenty-fourlh District - Joseph B. Donley 

Lake, lHol boo 2KK) 924 Ren)- \Vm MpPIflland mpm ) • 



Summit. 2639 1796 4318 2506 



Totals, 11153 6695 18359 11980 

Nineteenth Dist. 

.\8htabula 3276 965 5758 1510 

Geauga, 1688 379 2783 683 

Mahoning 2382 2320 3191 278.5 

Portage, 2547 1885 3461 24ti2 

Trumbull 3645 1714 4994 2379 

Totals, 13538 7263 20187 9759 



OREGON. 



COUNTIES. 



-1870- 



Congress. 



Baker, 

Benton, 

Clackamas,. 

Clatsop 

Columbia, .. 

Coos 

Curry, 

Douglas, 

Grant, 

Jackson, 

Josephine,.. 

Lane, 

Linn 

Marion, 

Multnomah,. 

Polk, 

Tillamook. . 
Umatilla, . . . 
Union, ...... 

Washington, 

Wasco 

Yamhill 



D. 

414 661 
601 686 
762 695 
180 119 
85 



R. 

402 



D. 

679 
607 578 
756 69-< 
179 123 
85 152 



261 
76 

786 



152 

260 361 260 

106 75 106 

745 776 738 

322 372 321 

620 771 

130 209 

717 821 705 831 

ft5l 11!>6 939 1204 

1374 1039 1342 1068 

1416 1011 1412 1023 



r-l«68— . 

Congress. 
R. D. 
861 591 
636 543 
667 632 
137 107 



85 
211 

84 



490 



676 682 

385 425 

625 805 

174 208 

658 8^4 

1006 1302 

1402 1062 

1121 1181 



64 46 



49 



64 
604 252 

24-i 410 235 418 281 503 

489 353 485 355 475 328 

344 342 341 349 282 451 

656 629 647 631 614 594 



Totals, .. 11245 11588 11095 11726 10580 11789 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

CONGRESS. 
Candidates : First District— Benjamin Huckel 
(Rep.); Samuel J. Randall (Dem.) Second 
District — Charles O'Neil (Rep.); John V. 
Creely (Ind.) Third District — Leonard 
Myers (Rep.); John .Moffet (Dem.) Fourth 
District— Wra. D Kelly (Rep); Wm. B. 
Thomaa (Dem.) Fiflli District — A. C. Harmer 
(Rep.); John R. Reading fDem.) Sixth Dis- 
trict—John L. 01i%er (Rep.;: E. L. Acker 
(Dem.) Seventh District — W. Townsend 
(Rep.) ; J. H. Askin (Dem.) Eighth District — 
Nlcnolaa Hunter (Re:).) ; J. Lawrence Geti 
(Dem.) Ninth District — Oliver J. Dickey 
(Rep.) : Adam K. Witmer (Dem.) Tenth Dis- 
trict—John W. Killinger (Rep.); C. D. GIo- 
nlnger (Dem.) Eleventh District — Wm. Davis 
(Rep.) ; John B. Storms (Dem.) Twelfth Dis- 
trict— L. D. Shoemaker (Rep.); J. B. McJol- 
lum (Dem.) Thirteenth District — Ulysses 
Mercur (Rep.) ; Charles B. Brockaway (Dem.) 
Fourteenth District — John B. Packer (Rep.) ; 
K Greenough Scott (Dem.) Fifteenth District 
— "W. B. Roher (Rep.) ; R. J. Haldeman (Dem.) 
Sixteenth District — Jno. Cessna (Sep.): R F. 



OFFICIAL VOTE. 



Dist. 
1,.. 
2... 
3,.. 
4... 
6,.. 
6,.. 



Republicans. 

Iluckle, 6795 

O'Neill 10134 

Myers, 9778 

Kelly 14324 

Harmer 11561 

Oliver 11072 

Townsend, . . , 10408 
Hunter. ,.... 5045 

Dickey 9722 

Killinger 11326 

Davis, 5269 

Klinehaus(L) 2:i57 
Shoemaker, .. 13279 

Mercur, 11117 

Packer 13620 

Roher, 10416 

Cessna, 12844 

Morrell 10324 

Armstrong,... 31178 
Schofleld, .... 13055 

Gilfillan i:«77 

Stewart, 11669 

I^egley 11230 

Frew (Ind.),.. 1372 
McJunkln, ... 12W<1 
Donley, 11505 



Democrats. 

Randall 10853 

Creely (Ind.), 11059 

Mofflt, 8453 

Thomas, 11622 

Reading 11401 

Acker 12049 

Askln 8231 

Getz 10411 

Witmer 7411 

Gloninger, ... 10697 
Storms, 12454 

McCollom,.. 
Brockway, .. 

Scott, 

Haldeman,.. 

Meyers, 

Speer 

Sherwood, .. 

Marvin 13451 

Griffith, 14146 

Foster, 12399 

Hopkins 8018 

Sirwell 8S91 

McClelland,.. 12364 



10993 
11286 
13886 



13205 



OFFICIAL VOTK — BY CX)UNTIK8. 



COUNTIEa 



Adams, 

Allegheny, .. 
Armstrong, . 

Beaver, 

Bedford 

Berks, 

Blair 

Bradford, . . . 

Bucks, 

Butler 

Cambria. — 
Cameron, ... 

Carbon 

Centre, 

Chester, 

Clarion 

Clearfield,... 

Clinton 

Columbia,... 
Crawford,... 
Cumberland, 

Dauphin 

Delaware,... 

Klk 

Erie 

Fayette , 

Franklin,. .. 

Fulton 

Forrest 

Greene 

Huntingdon, 

Indiana 

Jefferson,... 
Juniata, .... 
Lancaster. . . 



,—1870-^ ^—1 

Congress. Congress. 

R. D. R. D. 

2654 2979 2S32 3176 

17437 11106 23578 14990 

3317 3101 899fi 3435 

2785 2293 35:i0 2689 

2720 2752 2658 2984 

5045 10411 74?2 13788 

3335 2865 3151 3174 

6824 3775 7480 4019 



6491 6779 7038 
3067 2702 3696 



437 390 
1319 1908 



2917 
637 
2130 
3356 
b>^ 8761 
2926 1903 



?810 
3317 



440 

2767 



1371 2608 

1524 2991 1774 2992 

1710 3464 2070 4066 

6082 4689 6999 5390 

3514 4219 37«15 4403 



6195 3827 



342 



2341 

782 

6505 4069 

8404 4195 3640 

3981 4167 4192 

712 1132 

276 



6156 4.>14 
4110 2765 



501 1061 

7675 4572 

" 4237 

4408 

1100 

334 350 



1596 3401 1717 3371 
2376 2961 3484 2485 
3778 2184 4755 ffl79 



1812 1944 2067 
1296 1658 1548 
9722 7411 14,993 



2107 
1789 
>674 



86 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Pknnsylvania — Continued. 

^-1870— > ^1868— > 

COUNTIES, Congress. Congress. 

U. !>. U. 0. 

Lawrence 2fil7 1758 3f.6!» 1728 

Lpl):.non 40\S 272.5 42H6 2^03 

Lehigh •Jo*^ •J709 JO^'S 6312 

Luzerne, 9757 S1>nJ 10225 13308 

l-ycoming, 3414 4279 4b<>5 69:31 

AIcKean 8^3 TOO iHH 825 

Mercer 2746 3733 4219 5;i90 

Mifllin 1671 1676 \V4H 1*'35 

Monroe 831 1733 73.) 2780 

MontKoniery 6504 7340 7886 8935 

Montour 910 13^1 1190 ltW4 

Northampton, 2798 5317 4^ti6 7708 

Northumberland,... 3r)H2 3294 3868 3.M80 

Perry, 2289 2419 2577 2517 

IMiihidelphla 45911 44611 59902 61151 

Pike, 63 840 338 1269 

Potter 1390 697 1598 811 

Schuylkill 73!3 7972 8215 9474 

Somerset 2717 1829 31^2 1837 

Snyder 1642 1244 1901 1316 

.Sullivan 354 781 476 828 

Susquehanna, 3522 2M>6 4674 3379 

TioBa 4188 2497 5370 2038 

Union 1882 1121 2125 1273 

Venantro 3167 2798 4-178 3693 

Warren , 2250 1657 2925 1934 

WiishinBton, 4507 4813 4944 4949 

Wayne 258 26.57 2696 3:398 

Westmoreland, 4487 6020 3803 6412 

Wyoming, 1319 1592 1507 1M5 

York 4613 7228 6157 8898 

Totals, 262627 2652^8 327081 324498 

Majorities 2661 2583 

The following vote is mainly officiiU : 

First Dint. 

Philadelphia: 

2d ward 1830 2348 25.57 3524 

3d ward,; 1102 17:51 1:)57 2453 

4th warri 921 2:373 1153 2818 

oth ward 1066 1702 1159 2195 

«th wanl, 784 1i:'.3 1102 1C96 

llthward 763 1294 1090 20-)9 

Totals, "6466 10581 84 18 14"745 

Second Dist. 

1st ward, 1795 1«50 2360 2152 

7th ward 1608 2:595 2566 2146 

8th WHrd 1671 9:38 1678 16:39 

9th wi»rd 1252 1304 1961 18!7 

Idth ward 2106 1356 2782 1778 

26th ward, 1703 3166 31^6 2:3x1 

Totals,. 10134 11059 14533 11913 

Third Dist. 

12tli ward 1249 1277 1462 1727 

i:Sth ward 1»;80 1204 2310 1856 

)6tli ward 126-5 1:306 1871 2116 

]7lii ward, 122.5 1673 1497 2781 

IStli wnrd 2J«4 1995 3147 2285 

mil ward, 2.576 2224 34:39 3091 

Totals 10479 9679 13726 13856 

FoicrVi Dist. 

]4tliward 1905 1594 2.570 2014 

15th wanl, 3252 24-52 4209 3.521 

20th ward 4053 :3390 4709 4545 

SI St ward 14:35 902 1501 1211 

24th ward, 1770 1710 20-56 2042 

27th ward 1107 864 1170 10-52 

28th ward 912 710 892 863 

Totals, 14334 11622 17107 15248 

FlfUi DivL 

22d ward 1982 1.52-5 2563 1677 

23d ward 1910 liDi8 2291 1796 



—1870— -^1868— ^ 
Congress. Concre.ss. 
K. D. K. I). 

25thward 1148 1499 1271 1916 

Bucks county, 6491 6700 '/033 7810 

Total 11561 11412 13158 13199 

Sixih Dist. 

Lehigh 4.568 4709 4*'82 6313 

Montgomery, 6504 7:340 78^6 89:35 

Totals, 11072 12019 11568 15247 

Seventh Di»i. 

Chester 7280 .5890 8761 6716 

Delaware, 3128 2341 4110 2765 

Totals 10408 8221 l'287r 9481 

Fiahth Dist. 

Berks 6045 10411 7472 1373« 

Mnth Dist 

Lancaster 9722 741114993 8674 

Tenth Dist. 

Lebanon 4013 2725 4280 2803 

Schuylkill, 7313 7972 8215 9474 

Totals 11326 10697 12501 12277 

Eleventh Dist. 

Carbon 1319 1908 2130 2767 

Monroe, 831 1732 735 2789 

Northampton 2798 6317 4466 7708 

Pike 63 840 338 1269 

Wayne 258 2657 2698 3397 

Totals 62^12454 1^^17^ 

TicefM Dist. 

Luzerne 9757 9183 10225 13308 

Susquehanna, 3522 2896 4674 3379 

Totals 13279 12079 14899 16687 

ThirUmth Di-gt, 

Bradford 6824 3775 7480 4019 

Columbia, 1710 3464 2070 4066 

Montour, 910 1381 1190 1684 

Sullivan 3.54 781 476 828 

Wyoming, 1319 1592 1507 1615 

ToUls 11117 10993 127^ 12412 

Fourteenth Dist 

Dauphin, 5218 3949 6156 4544 

.luniata 12!16 1658 1548 1789 

Northumberland, 3583 3294 3868 39^0 

Snyder 1642 1244 1901 1316 

Union, 1882 1121 2125 1273 

Totals r3620 U^ 15598 l^ 

Fifteenth Dist. 

Cumberland 3514 4219 3785 4408 

Perry 2289 2419 2577 2517 

York 4613 7228 6157 8896 

Total 10416 13866 r2519 15818 

SiTtee7ith DisL 

Adams 2654 2979 2832 3176 

Bedford 2720 2752 2^58 2984 

Franklin 3981 4167 4192 4403 

Fulton, 712 li:32 789 1109 

Somerset, 2777 1829 3182 1837 

Totals 12844 12859 13653 1S509 

Seventeenth Dist 

Blair 333-5 2855 8851 3174 

(Jambria 2943 2<<43 2917 3512 

Mnntingdon 2375 2961 34^4 2485 

Mifflin, 1671 1676 1848 1835 

TotJiIs 10324 10335 12100 11006 



EVENING JOURNAL AJ.MANAC, 1871. 




87 




Pbnnsylvakia — Continued. 


8B00 

] 
Pendleton (R.),... 
Rodman (D.),..... 

SOUTH 

. 187 

COUNTIES. Gove 

R. 
Abbeville, .. 3.385 
Anderson,... 1475 
Barnwell,... 3879 
Beaufort, ... 6112 
Charleston,.. 13111 

Cliester 271*4 

Chesterfield, 945 
Clarendon, . 15.31 
Colleton,. .. 3969 
Dirlincton,.. 2i*6S 
Kdeefield,... 4547 

Fall field 2613 

Georgetown, 2511 
Greenville,.. 1455 

Horry, 563 

Kershaw,... 1794 
Lancaster... 10x7 
Laurens, — 3022 
Lexington,.. lOxi 

Marion, 1997 

Marlboro',... 1419 
Newberry,. . . 2915 

Oconee 627 

Orangeburg.. 8797 

Pickens 612 

Richland,... 3500 
SpartanbuEg. 1123 

Sumter, 3593 

Union, 1»62 

Williamsb'g, 1765 
York, 2386 


KD DISTRICT 

870. 

14S4"Dixoo 
947 Watei 

CARO 

rnor. Gove 
Ref. R. 

2194 2821 
1868 1287 
2216 3313 

999 4935 
6980 122K8 
1366 1712 
1092 712 

762 1383 
1680 3071 
1793 2701 
37(j4 3311 
1134 1986 

312 2471 
1810 1588 

970 332 

917 1406 

855 788 
1967 1895 
1432 958 
2186 1586 
1115 1188 
ltM5 2406 

900 338 
1693 21.'57 

775 3;i6 
13><2 2501 
1923 1383 
1004 3427 
1714 1390 
1126 1642 
1-73 1882 

51537 69693 
, 187 

■i310 


r. 

1868. 

(R.) 4135 

bouse (D.), 2640 

LINA. 

—1868 . 

rnor. President. 
D. R. D. 
1100 840 2751 
1397 637 2169 
601 3090 2073 
GO 6383 675 
65 13156 4386 
9x3 l(i73 1405 
683 720 960 
48 1445 781 
108 3545 1147 
5x2 1992 1487 

1061 

697 1995 1193 
95 2680 265 
773 1555 1608 

767 404 1101 
324 1482 879 
885 812 913 

10;t9 1170 1912 
623 841 1574 

1568 1719 1799 
479 1182 919 
808 999 2008 
663 301 1091 

1153 3057 1998 
413 323 1107 

1246 2476 1389 

1971 505 1965 
487 3108 1071 

768 953 1767 
.... 1682 78Q 
1686 1543 2015 

23057 62916 45237 

>- 1868-^ 

it L. L't Gov'r. 

D. R, D. 
3348 K»\ 2243 
1434 1451 1062 
Zm 3>33 2232 
5970 6125 1016 
1309 l.«84 7032 
2704 2702 i:i67 

8.S7 W7 1094 
1518 1529 773 
3a37 3960 1688 
2969 2964 1797 
4.W5 4542 3722 
2631 2r>:« 1162 
2521 2.5aS 343 
1397 1410 1863 

484 521 1001 
1793 1792 749 
10»4 1083 857 
3020 3020 1965 
1017 1056 1456 
1993 1994 2193 
1281 1417 1149 
1899 2909 1655 

592 573 964 
3785 3788 1686 

547 568 817 
»11.5 3176 1425 

797 1401 1929 
8583 3.589 1030 
1848 185.5 1785 
1752 1761 1181 
2319 2376 1876 

71321 83588 61951 




EivhUenth Diet 
Centre, 


^1870-> ^1868-^ 
Congress. Congress. 
R. D. R. D. 
2653 8441 3356 3810 
1524 2991 1771 2992 
8414 4279 46':5 5931 
1390 697 ISi^S 8)1 
4188 2497 5370 2038 

13169 13905 16760 15582 

437 390 637 449 
1371 2608 1890 3066 

342 787 501 1061 
6595 40X9 7675 4572 

366 276 3;?4 350 
1812 1941 20t;7 2107 

882 700 964 825 
2250 1657 2935 1934 

13055 12451 16903 14355 

13»2 2926 1903 2965 
6082 4689 6999 6390 
3746 3733 4699 4219 
3167 2798 4178 3693 

13377 14146 18079 16267 

3404 4195 3819 4706 
3778 21«1 4755 2379 
4487 6020 5192 6722 

m^ 12399 13766 13S07 
11230 8018 15175 10696 

6207 3088 8403 42^'l 
3317 3101 3996 3135 
3067 ,2702 3696 3317 

12591 8891 16095 11M6 

2785 2293 35.30 2689 
1596 3101 1717 3371 
2617 1757 3669 1728 
4507 4813 4944 4949 

115^ i^ 13860 12737 

SLAND. 

or— Seth Padelford 

(Dem.) Lieut.-Gov- 

rens (Rep.); Chas. R- 

•y of State — John R. 

m J. Miller (Dem.) 

ard Sayies (Rep.) ; 

Treasurer— Samuel 

Ryder (Dem.) 

^1869—. ^1868-^ 
Governor. Governor. 
R. D. R. D- 

693 297 623 340 
719 259 951 458 
932 2«2 1228 370 
8688 1810 6882 8717 
1339 767 1355 816 

7271 »445 10038 6731 

IE8S. 
mucrr. 

1«68. 
JencketCR.) 7995 

Arnold (D.) 4080 




Clinton 




Lycoming 

Potter 




Tioga, 

Totals 




NineUenth I>ist. 




Cleai field, 




Kik 




Erie 




Fo;;.e8t 

Jefferson 

McKean 

Warren 




Totals 




Ticentieih Dut 
Clarion, .... 




Crawford, 




Mercer, 






1 


ToUls 


! 


Thcentu-Jirai Di«t. 
Fayette 




Indiana, 




Totols 




Tkremtv-'iecond DUU 
Allegheny (part) 

TirmtytMrd DitU 

Allegheny (part) 

Armrtrong, 




Totals, 


Totals 85071 




ThcenivftmrVi Diat. 

Beaver 

Greene 

Lawrence, 




WashlD«ton, 




Totals 

RHODE I 

Candidates : Govern 
(Rep.) ; Lyinan Pierce 
ernor — Pardon W. Ste> 
Cutl»-r (I)era.) Secretai 
Bartlett (l{ep.) : Willia 
Attorney-GeDeral-Wiil 
George N. Bliss (Dem.) 
A. Paiker(Rep.); Philip 

,—1870-^ 

COUNTIKS. Governor. 

R. P. 

Bristol, 781 528 

Kent, 731 527 

Newport,.... 1486 667 
Providence,. 6373 3721 
Washington, 1167 853 

Totali,.. 1M93 6296 

CONGP 

rtasT DO 

1870. 

Barnes (R.) 4952 

JenckC8(R.) 1977 

Davis (R),.. 1085 

Mumford (Temp.), 90 
yanSlyck (D.),... 1402 


Anderson 

Barnwell -.. 


14:« 

,^S83 




Beaufort 


5960 

1308 






2710 




Chestertield, 

Clarendon, - 

Colleton 


887 

1518 

39.37 




Darlington, 


2969 




Edgefield, -.. 

Fairfield, 


4535 

26.'M 




Georgetown, 

Greenville, 


2524 

1394 






484 




Kershaw 

Lancaster, 

Lauren-s, 

Lexington 


1791 

1084 

3020 

1017 

..... 1993 




Marlboro' 

Newberry, -. 

Oconee 


1283 

_ 2898 

687 




Orangeburg 

Pickens, 


878.5 

....- W7 




Richland 


W45 




Spartanburg 

Sumter, 


.-...- 797 
3583 






W8 




Williamsburg, 


1752 




York, 


2316 




Totals 


71262 

















88 



EVENING JOUKNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



SOTTTH Cabolima — Continued. 
CONGRESS. 
First Diat.— unexpired tain : 

U. D. R. D. 

Chesterfield, 113.) 1093 

Clarendon, 1520 _ 

Darlington, „ 2»«9 . 67 _ 

Georgetown, 2.545 5 

Horry 546 879 

Kershaw 1792 - - _ 

Lancaster . 1083 - _ 

Marion, 2002- : 

Marlboro 1447 1143 

Sumter,- 3592 

Williamsburg, 1754 - 



Totals 28385 3192 - 

First Dlst. 

Chesterfield 946 1093 720 960 

Clarendon, 1536 752 1448 7G9 

Darlington, 29<i9 1773 2273 1492 

Georgetown, 2539 325 2671 265 

Horry ~. . 5-52 874 396 1088 

Kershaw, _ 1792 947 1481 873 

Lancaster 1083 858 809 916 

Marion 2002 2192 1745 180.5 

Marlboro 1447 1148 11*5 1004 

Sumter, 1591 540 3106 1067 

Williamsburg,. 1764 1126 1083 7.S6 

Totals 20221 11628 17467 11018 

Second Dist. 

Barnwell, 1201 3:U8 395 3110 2052 

Beaufort 1184 5:J8l 13 6018 671 

Charleston 12078 4496 304 13195 4.503 

Colleton 12;J7 3491 150 3522 1070 



Totals, 15700 16686 862 25845 8296 

Third DisL 

Abbeville 3362 2222 8.30 2753 

Anderson,'. 144-5 1924 633 2107 

Edgefield 4539 3717 

Lexington, 1048 1451 830 1568 

Newberry, 2903 1640 931 1936 

Orangeburg 3778 1656 3085 1976 

Richland,.. 3489 1387 2452 1384 

Totals, 20564 13997 8706 11774 

Fourth Dist. 

Chester 2709 1158 1662 1405 

Fairfield 2643 1147 1994 1182 

Greenville, 1432 1820 1531 1578 

Laurens 3022 1966 1181 1895 

Oconee 603 »46 291 1064 

Pickens, 609 772 369 1105 

Spartanburgh 1402 1926 376 2074 

Union.- 1853 IT-iO S66 1756 

York, 'il73 1777 1.537 2039 



Totals 16746 13442 

TENNESSEE. 

r-1870— N ^1869-^ 
COUNTIES. Governor. Governor. 
K. D. 11. D. 
413 290 551 475 
729 1445 1346 



Anderson, . 
Bedford,... 

Benton 

Bledsoe. ... 
Klount, .... 
Bradley. . . . 
Campbell. . 
Cannon, ... 
Carroll,.... 

Carter 

Cheatham,. 
(Mni borne, . 

Cocke, 

Coffee, .... 
Cuiuberrnd 



399 112 



21 

218 269 ;;39 

887 635 1272 

624 527 955 

188 678 



796 
410 
819 
836 
263 
836 306 1260 



President. 
R. D. 

595 142 
1449 1064 



175 
365 



428 
85 
1045 1165 1154 1577 



1361 112 
1034 265 



760 110 

93 393 

610 354 

511 383 

41 692 

63 49 



932 

82 
672 
585 



218 
548 
653 
511 
1334 
1^ 



550 
311 
1193 
7i;i 
73 
591 
■83 



110 297 
242 9 



. — 1870 — . --1868 — , —1868 — . 

COUNTIES. Governor. Governor. Presldenl. 

|{. 1). K. I). U. D. 

Davidson,.. 3244 4270 40f»5 6494 4517 1452 

Decatur,... 91 378 130 686 121 18 

DeKalb,... 3C2 6a3 658 980 628 262 

Dickson,,.. Ill 1061 260 1140 292 144 

Dyer 147 537 77 1445 118 346 

Fayette,.... 1973 1639 1233 2061 821 672 

Fentre 134 137 144 200 i;»6 130 

Franklin,.. 26 1401 262 1^00 &2 118 

Gibson,.,.. 206 1688 31*7 3452 

Giles. 251 1*^08 1042 3116 561 ,611 

Graineer, .. 394 5H7 656 991 921 129 

Greene 905 748 1402 1762 1616 656 

Grundy,.... 21 310 38 9 

Hamilton, . 1.364 1171 895 1562 1273 393 

Hancock,.. 308 193 538 269 493 ... 

Hardeman. :i05 10-10 270 1902 506 810 

Hardin 530 654 670 ia50 698 236 

Hawkins... 664 1261 958 1417 950 84 

Haywood,., 1896 1413 2069 2026 1382 811 

Henderson. 77 450 724 1151 644 105 

Henry 38 1319 2-53 2523 168 148 

Hickman,.. 53 733 150 1254 97 104 

Humphreys, 33 5.S9 41 1111 102 119 

Jackson,.,. 102 mi'2 390 1862 436 513 

Jeflerson,.. 1196 704 1575 1081 2012 71 

.lohnson,,,. 600 80 654 57 501 1 

Knox, 1953 1720 2143 2497 3064 603 

Lake, 121 

Lauderdale, 41 488 317 1026 67 453 

Lawrence, . 44 477 213 855 154 174 

Lewis 28 114 33 .... 

Lincoln,.,,. 108 2359 203 3414 4 558 

Macon 63 365 439 731 433 59 

Madison,.., 271 1732 664 2883 289 267 

Marion 553 436 498 593 439 14 

Marshall,.. 1-59 1306 310 2061 166 856 

Maury 1358 2203 1408 3754 1909 1012 

McMinn,... 1123 1122 1195 1286 1259 2.<H 

McNairy, . . 290 776 511 1456 520 75 

Meigs 143 351 281 601 327 87 

Monroe,... .584 1056 557 1422 756 110 

MontKOm'y, 1321 1352 1494 2590 1035 683 

Morgan,.., 116 57 84 186 186 34 

Obion 83 1544 77 2224 85 139 

Overton,...- 78 835 160 1246 290 34 

Perry 78 495 149 777 142 48 

Polk 196 399 214 600 296 37 

Uljea 134 341 201 609 187 55 

l?oane 943 594 13U0 868 1488 135 

Robertson,, 385 1521 381 2361 212 406 

Rutherford, 614 2082 1795 3549 957 841 

Scott 215 14 103 109 211 12 

Sequatchie, 49 172 68 261 39 11 

Sevier 575 146 983 263 1264 41 

Shelby 2968 6713 3362 7304 6116 2871 

Smith, 270 1366 683 1954 617 215 

Stewart,,... 46 505 60 1151 120 830 

Sullivan,... 319 1299 497 1751 685 20 

Sumner,... 855 1811 528 2634 465 378 

Tipton,.... 941 768 388 1114 262 1733 

Union 299 236 581 381 626 43 

Van Buren, 5 100 30 240 15 .... 

Warren 342 1119 377 1156 342 166 

Washington 893 889 1155 1200 1217 69 

Wayne 602 660 626 440 556 45 

We.akly 175 885 555 2215 506 226 

White 41 864 166 1125 165 87 

Wilson 487 2359 919 8287 850 1218 

Williamson, 314 1526 633 2614 661 835 

Totals..,, 41500 78979 55036 120338 56628 26129 

The vote of Putnam county Is Incorporated 
with that of a neighboring county. 

CONGRESS.; 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

1870. 1868. 

Butler, R 6484 Butler, R., UIO? 

White, D 5979 No opposition. 

Taylor, Ind., 1432 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



89 



Tennessbk;— Continued. 

SKCOND DISTRICT. 

1870. 1868. 

Maynard, R., 83-51 Mnynard. R 10403 

Bliward, D 7819 Houk. D., 2681 



Rep. maO 533 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Garrett, D 9602 Stokes, R., 



tt,I 
i.R. 



7722 



6415 

2035 



Stokes, R., -1168 Garrett, D. 

Dem. maj 5434 Rep. maj 43*0 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Bri(tlit, D 11827 Sheafe, D., 

Mullin^ R 1S43 Tillman. R.. 



4476 
8810 



Dem. maj., 9964 666 

riFTH DISTRICT. 

Golladay. D 7991 Prosser, R 6804 

Prosser, R 6428 Motley, D 2»v55 

Payton. Ind 3525 Mercer, Ind 1817 

Golladay over Pros- Prosaer over Motley, 
Ber, 2563. 3,149. 



DISTRICT. 

Whlttome, D...... 9057 Arnell.R., 

Cypert. R 2816 Buck, Ind. R 

Frfev8on,Ind 1429 

Whittorne over both, Arneirs maj.,... 
4812. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT, 

Caldwell, D.. 8227 Hawkins, R.,. 

Norman, R., 1848 Foote. D...... 



1136 
Dem. maj 6379 Rep. maj., 1689 

BIGHTH DISTRICT. 

VauKhan, D., 13900 Leftwich, D 6533 

Smith, R 5346 Smith, R 5623 

Shaw, col. Ind 3290 Munn, R. 4024 

Vaughan over both. Leftwich over Smith, 
5,354. 910. 

TEXAS. 

, 1869 , 

_ Governor. Conp-ess. Cons. 

Firgt Di«t. R. Ind. R. Ind. For. Agt. 

Anderson,.. 803 603 803 602 1364 6 

Angelina.,.. 72 225 103 135 181 27 

Chambers... 73 65 64 38 86 36 

Cherokee,... 247 909 170 978 1013 111 

Hardin 58 1 60 28 30 

Harrison,... 1847 670 1841 687 2311 148 

Henderson, 193 335 195 332 450 19 

Houston.... 790 478 856 404 1205 15 

Ja8i)er, 13 273 14 385 289 87 

JcErerson,... 23 108 7 113 152 18 

Liberty 255 249 249 258 503 6 

NacoKdoch's 388 401 355 190 306 422 

Newton 108 88 99 92 156 52 

OranKe, 5 146 .... 158 160 .... 

Panola 63 609 48 621 476 116 

Polk, 459 221 455 212 674 23 

Rusk 1059 758 1054 760 1393 207 

Sabine, 5 336 1 52 316 45 

San Au«U8t'e 157 332 139 108 441 57 

Shelby 248 201 255 60 35r 181 

Smith, 1017 652 1009 651 1374 159 

Trinity 136 153 131 95 294 .... 

Tyler 158 139 158 116 136 142 

Van Zandt, . 197 244 205 233 437 11 

Wood 213 227 244 166 430 11 

Totals,.... 8529 8380 8456 7406 14602 19^ 

Second IH9t. 

Bowie, 264 177 309 109 445 1 

Collin, 23 723 20 277 748 85 

Cooke 9 404 9 314 391 12 

DaUas 289 693 273 659 826 47 



12 



. 1869 . 

COUNTIES. Governor. Conp-ess. Cons. 

^ , R. Ind. R. Ind. For. Agt. 

Davis, 436 671 462 497 886 3 

Denton, 9 305 11 216 185 142 

ElliH 99 505 7 363 578 39 

Erath 13 115 6 38 80 19 

Fannin 287 507 4 74 694 188 

Grayson,.... 253 505 230 320 701 45 

Hopkins,.... 134 609 145 319 720 25 

Hood 1 289 .... 257 177 70 

Hunt 1 604 2 187 620 2 

•Jack 4 105 3 11 114 1 

Johnson,.... 4 465 3>*7 870 82 

Kauffraan,.. 105 450 108 259 661 1 

Lamar 348 8^3 77 515 1098 157 

Mnrion 1021 358 1067 218 1375 3 

Montatrae... 2 102 .... 29 100 6 

Palo Pinto 70 .... 67 71 2 

Parker 93 358 114 356 390 62 

Red River,.. 7^0 606 784 433 12J'2 8 

Tarrant, .... 54 568 51 475 590 26 

X'tis 228 619 257 23 741 64 

Upshur 403 561 404 66 783 243 

^Vise ^_ 122 15 9 114 3 

Totals 4864 10963 4355 @78 14440 1276 

Tfiird Dint. 

Austin, 998 482 1071 297 1276 116 

Bosque 50 145 57 117 151 60 

Brazoria,.., 603 434 922 101 1023 12 

Brazos 795 442 812 424 1246 8 

Burleson.... 385 434 386 385 813 2 

Falls 3H2 594 364 670 956 4 

Fort Bend... 9S6 171 933 34 1056 63 

Freestone... 668 594 655 624 986 6 

Galveston,.. 1010 1113 1057 1078 1925 70 

Grimes 1664 370 1686 324 2032 2 

Harris, 1427 908 1441 877 2239 110 

Hill 322 173 319 123 600 6 

Leon 5«9 474 670 469 969 1 

Limestone, . 297 369 286 337 665 7 

Madison. .. 180 226 178 222 405 1 

MaURorda., 402 27 418 18 438 4 

McLennan,. 797 606 853 679 1451 18 

Montgomery 479 356 474 838 803 20 

Robertson... 516 423 513 343 943 30 

Washington, 2f«5 959 2016 938 2956 47 

Walker, 1028 431 997 440 1454 1 

Wharton,... 577 49 576 26 602 17 

Totals. .... 16150 9778 16582 8564 24887 "^ 

Fourth Diet. 

Atascosa,,,. 51 204 27 213 245 6 

Bandera,.... 11 99 9 100 110 2 

Bastrop,.... 781 624 794 446 1309 10 

Bee 11 43 2 42 61 7 

Bell, 60 411 1 454 409 80 

Bexar 929 590 966 628 1453 14 

Blanco, 38 63 37 45 88 .... 

Brown, 1 32 .... 29 34 .... 

Burnett,.... 10 157 8 111 148 22 

Caldwtll 353 413 154 415 699 120 

Calhoun 249 169 234 126 898 31 

Cameron,... 220 328 200 349 645 4 

Colorado,.,. 1175 728 1147 708 1832 82 

Comal 360 255 363 248 651 8 

Comanche,,. 1 40 .... 48 47 10 

Coryell 259 ... 174 252 13 

DeWitt 367 222 339 204 556 35 

ElPaso 336 122 339 120 232 ,... 

Fayette, .... 1174 527 1220 318 1405 387 

Gillespie,.... 277 78 278 70 301 11 

Goliad, 173 130 65 113 297 26 

Gonzales, .. 476 513 463 493 939 88 

Guadalupe, . 616 328 608 833 800 4 

Hamilton, 44 44 44 .... 

Hayes 120 278 109 252 874 38 

Hidalgo 14 49 11 62 63 .... 

Jackson,.... 197 67 8 60 333 29 

Karnes. 31 145 31 125 161 6 

KendaU, .... 122 49 128 43 157 1 

Kerr 60 76 58 73 131 .... 



90 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Tkxas— Contluued. 



COUNTIES. Governor. CongreM. Cons. 

R. Iiid. K. Ind. For. Agt. 

Kinney 15 13 16 .... 

Lampiisas, . . 7 116 6 84 114 H 

LavakH 3«2 450 883 424 744 46 

Live Oak,... I i-3 1 80 71 11 

Llano 1 75 1 65 71 7 

.Mason 34 82 29 30 63 .... 

Maverick,... 35 17 27 22 63 .... 

Medina, .... 230 10 233 7 218 T 

Nueceg. .... 2al 143 182 186 871 6 

Presidio 19 15 6 3 34 .... 

Refugio, 72 32 65 41 45 61 

San Patricio, 10 30 34 39 .... 

SanSaba, HI 101 114 1 

Starr 14 82 7 90 97 .... 

Travis 693 798 648 798 1269 26 

Uvalde 8 29 7 29 36 1 

Victoria 338 202 94 154 608 49 

Webb 23 110 21 112 137 .... 

Williamson,. 14 548 20 616 630 80 

Wilson, 151 105 151 106 222 .... 

Zapata, 31 9 31 9 40 .... 

Totals,....!^ 9^ mii "240 18566 1130 

VERMONT. 





, — 1870 . 


^186^-^ r 


— 1868 > 




Oovernor.Governor. 


President. 




R. 


D. 


R. 


I). 


R. 


D. 


Addison _... 


3176 


393 


2369 


200 


36,S0 


405 


Benningt'n 


2660 


1170 


24G1 


997 


•-f)92 


8,S5 


Caledonia.. 


1960 


SiiVl 


2127 


1014 


3078 


1069 


Chittenden 


3035 


1362 


2825 


1280 


M94 


1208 


Es.sex 


793 


;m3 


650 


236 


761 


283 


Franklin ... 


2243 


842 


2065 


Hm 


2869 


io;« 


Grand Isle„ 


366 


a« 


431 


190 


371 


156 


Lamoille ... 


1314 


500 


1313 


451 


lasi 


458 


Orange 


28;u 


1384 


2760 


1431 


3220 


1^40 


Orleans 


1972 


579 


•am 


592 


2840 


615 


Rutland 


3891 


12.56 


3707 


&44 


h24l 


1169 


Washing'n. 


2701 


15?.i 


2768 


1444 


.T718 


1380 


Windham .. 


2854 


703 


2*48 


737 


4311 


941 


Windsor.... 


3671 


920 


3707 


1019 


6030 


1192 



Totals -... 33367 12058 31834 11455 44167 12045 

MrsiDUt. ^-1870-^ ^— 1868~> 

R. D. R. D. 

Addison 2479 369 3483 479 

Bennington, 2272 596 2388 1061 

Rutland, 3017 1230 4646 1257 

Washington, 2708 1480 3482 1599 

Totals 10476 3665 13999 4396 

Second DiiL 

Caledonia, 1828 659 2919 1414 

Orange 2484 1157 3164 1694 

Windham 2771 653 4047 932 

Windsor 3396 737 5277 1212 

Totals,- 10479 3206 15407 5152 

Third DlsL 

Chittenden 3008 1248 2968 1446 

Essex,- 647 47 725 839 

Franklin. 1993 544 2714 874 

Grand Isle, 282 186 335 207 

Lamoille,- „ 1303 487 1725 632 

Orleans, 1883 535 2638 839 

Totals 9116 3M7 m06 4337 

VIRGINIA. 

CONGRESS. 

At large, Raleigh T. Daniel. 

First DIst.— L. M. Norton (Rep.); John 
Crichter, (Dem.) ; W. W. Douglas (Ind.) 



Second District— James H. Piatt (Bep.): 
R. B. Boiling (Dem.); J. T. Pretlow (Ind.) 
Third District— Charles H. Porter (Rep.); 
Albert Ordway (Dem.) Fourth District— 
W. H. H. Stowell (Rep.) ; William L. Owen 
(Dem.) Filth District— Alexander Rives 
(Rep.) ; R. T. W. Duke (Dem.) ; Charles W. 
Stathau (Ind.) Sixth District— 
(Rep.): John T. Harris (Dem.) Seventh 
District— Lewis McKeuzie (Rep.); Elliott 
M. Braxton (Dem.) Eighth District— B. 
W. Hughes (Rep.) ; William Terry (Dem.) 

OFFICIAL CANVASS. 

First Dist. 

John Critcher (Dem.),- 10,282 

W. W. Douglas (Rep.) 6,618 

L. M. Norton (Ind.) 6,043 

R. T. Daniel, at large, 9,659 

Second J>iitt. 

J. H. Piatt, Jr. (Rep.) 16,505 

R. B. Boiling (Dem.),- 10,902 

R. T. Daniel, at large,- 10,684 

Third Diit. 

Charles H. Porter (Rep.) 13,555 

Albert Ordway (Dem.),_ 10,657 

R. T. Daniel, at large, 10,888 

Fourth DisL 

Wm. H. H. Stowell (Rep.) 13,205 

Wm. L. Owen (Dem.), 9,989 

R. T. Daniel, at large, 6,931 

Fifth Dist. 
As Ridgway's successor. 

R. T. W. Duke (Dem.), 12,469 

Alexander Rives (Rep.), 11,378 

For Forty -Second Congress. 

R. T. W. Duke (Dem.), 12,596 

Alexander Rives (Rep.) 11,430 

R. T. Daniel 12,296 

Sioeth Dist. 

John T. Harris,(Con.), 7,006 

C. M. Reynolds (Dem.),-.... 4,691 

C. Douglas Gray (Rep.) 2,604 

R, T. Daniel,- »,070 

Seventh Dist. 

Elliott M. Braxton (Dem.),„ 12,719 

Lewis McKenzle (Rep.), 11,203 

R. T. Daniel, 12,495 

Eighth Dist. 

William Terry (Dem.) 9,916 

Fayette McMullen (Ind.) 4,017 

Robert W. Hughes (Rep.), _ 3.508 

R. T. Daniel,- 9,411 



VOTB BY OOUNTIEa 

Governor. 

First Dist. D. Ind. R. 

Accomac 1678 1076 

Caroline 1243 46 1032 

Elizahetb City,.... 322 1088 97 

Kssex 626 313 678 

Gloucepter 819 691 1 

James City 150 262 61 

KioK and Queen,.. 717 742 103 

KinK George 430 352 28 

King William 620 263 891 

Lancaster 290 .... 439 

Mathews 647 298 86 

Middlesex 410 441 4 

North arnpton 612 .... 64 

Northumberland,. 631 .... 498 



r-im—^ 


Governor. 


Cons. 


R, 


2310 


1463 


1.52;^ 


1343 


869 


1616 


719 


1081 


970 


980 


260 


MO 


818 


840 


646 


613 


612 




416 


606 


610 


373 


476 


452 


665 


1078 


702 


617 



EVENING JOUKNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



91 



Virginia — Ck>ntinued. 



-1«70 « r- 



COUNTIES. 
Richmond 


Gc 
D. 

. 470 
. 125 
. 586 
. 316 

. 10182 


verno 
Ind 

282 
•793 
6571 

R. 

527 
212 
577 
481 
&43 
10S6 
12:35 
434 
445 
6195 


r. Governor. 
R. Cons. R. 
666 690 .503 


Warwick 

Westmoreland, . 
York, 


2 134 261 

615 731 662 

9 433 1191 


Totals, 


6729 12783 14498 


Stcond Dial. 

Dinwiddle 

Ureensvllle 

Isle of Wight 

Nimsemond, 

Norfolk City 

Norfolk County, . 

Nottoway 

Pefereburi!: 

Prince Georice,.. 
Princess Anne,-. 
Southampton, ... 

Surry, 

Sussex 

Total 

Vard DUt. 
Amelia, 


D. R. 1). 
.... 828 1552 
.... 348 764 
.... 1012 607 
.... 1094 1168 
.... 1988 2068 
.... 2166 3560 
.... 658 1313 
.... 1822 2781 
.... 534 1174 
.... 750 805 
.... 1275 1196 
.... 646 617 
.... 632 1128 

"13550 18733 
1107 649 1393 


Charles City, .... 




478 1684 1293 


Chesterfield 

Cumberland, 




775 2201 2087 
1120 620 1126 
978 830 1394 






1021 1812 1362 


Henrico 

New Kent, 




1422 1721 15:37 
455 507 525 






991 520 IIM 


Uicbmond city,.. 




4960 6215 6143 


Totals 




m07 16759 18016 


Fourth JHst 

Brunswick 

Charlotte, 




567 
869 

1214 

1790 
927 
642 

1074 
730 

18.56 


1361 930 1668 
1475 1129 1663 


Franklin, 




844 1649 896 


Halifax. 

Henry 




2776 2489 2433 
721 810 893 


Lunenburg 

Mecklenburg 




940 1061 840 
20H9 1519 2684 


Patrick 




443 60:3 445 


Pittsylyania, 




2202 2967 2760 


Totals, 




9669 

2729 
1320 

760 
18:37 

893 
2268 

791 

604 
1269 

752 

13123 


12851 13157 14282 


Fi//'i IHtt. 
Albemarle 




2453 2911 2220 


Amherst, 




1055 1684 1293 






779 931 740 


Bedford 

Buckingham, ... 
Campbell. 




1499 2H25 1914 
1344 1193 1417 
1805 3077 2590 
663 1037 716 






2:3:3 571 142 


Nelson 




1071 1560 1133 


Prince Edward,. 




1453 920 1430 


Totals, 




12345 16709 13595 


Sixth Dist. 

Alleifhany, 

AuKUSta, 


D. 

144 

. 517 
. 145 

: ^ 

. 1090 

. 3a5 

. 699 
. 458 
. 1418 
. 1270 
. 495 

. 7358 


Ind. 

121 
1346 
172 
518 
194 

!?i 

184 
6«3 
960 
670 
256 

5228 


R. R. Cons. 
.... 526 43 
543 3754 1170 


Bath,"........'. 


27 492 25 


Botetourt. 

Clarke, 

Frederick, 


187 1148 679 
360 677 450 
315 1572 874 


Highland, 


13 508 69 


P«Ke 

Rockbridge 

Rocklnitham, 

Shenandoah, 

Warren, 


145 942 139 
700 2129 1900 
350 2702 507 
35 1742 362 
61 704 134 


Totals 


2634 16896 5352 



^—1870 — , .— 180^-^ 

Governor. Governor. 

Seventh DUL R. D. R. D. 

Alexandria 1012 1276 > ,«„ -00- 

Alexandria county 123 382$''"' *^*» 

Culpeper, 973 lOt.2 1212 958 

Faiif.ix 995 959 1177 1036 

Fauquier, 1929 1050 2220 1185 

Louisa 1018 1197 1324 1496 

Loudon, 1476 1620 2149 1-532 

Madison, 877 506 965 381 

OranKe 848 935 1093 902 

Prince William 784 406 807 362 

Rappahannock 641 646 933 419 

Spotsylvania 1161 861 1388 896 

Stafford 726 162 924 194 

Totals 12562 11102 15869 11133 

Eighth DUL D. R. Ind. D. R, 

Bland 261 215 68 479 100 

Buchanan 261 129 5 174 28 

Carroll 421 381 115 662 415 

Craid 236 95 61 290 63 

Floyd 389 465 142 679 434 

Giles 624 130 118 611 117 

Grayson 567 113 274 760 260 

Lee 874 148 71 1218 140 

Monteomery 788 176 315 1207 705 

Pulaski, 464 51 287 663 396 

Roanoke »K)0 50 611 794 692 

Russell 732 827 280 864 470 

Scott 665 238 381 829 535 

Smyth 698 355 159 1031 3>>2 

Tazewell 589 6:38 109 1067 342 

Washington, 940 677 616 1971 669 

Wise 345 183 76 436 101 

Wythe, 926 66 245 1379 611 

Total 1^ 4336 8920 15114 6260 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Candidates: Governor— Wm. E. Steven- 
son (Rep.); John J. Jacob (Dem.) Judge 
of Appeals— James H. Brown (Rep.) ; Cha.s. 
P. T. Moore (Dem.) Auditor — Thomas 
Bogges (Rep.); E. A. Bennett (Dem.) Sec- 
retary of State— James M. Pipes (Rep.); 
John M. Phelps (Dem.) Treasurer— James 
A. Macauley (Rep.): J. S. Burdett (Dem.) 
Attorney-General— A, B. Caldwell (Rep.); 
Joseph Spriggs (Dem.) 

CONORB8S. 
First District— Nathan Ooff, Jr. (Rep.): 
John J. Davis (Dem.) Second District— 
Ja-s. C. McGrew (Rep.); O. P. Downey 
(Dem.) Third District — John 8. Wicher 
(Rep.) : F. Hereford (Dem.) 

^1870-^ ^1868— V ^1868— > 
COUNTIES. Governor. Governor. President 

R. D. R. D. R. D. 

Barbour 625 648 657 512 689 27« 

Berkeley, ... 940 901 923 608 1009 494 

Boone 143 273 166 128 143 85 

Braxton 286 257 220 136 242 79 

Brooke 438 617 487 496 489 605 

Cabell 250 M06 244 173 251 148 

Calhoun 120 296 127 141 124 118 

Clay 108 114 91 79 99 34 

Doddridge,.. 582 668 686 416 615 418 

Fayette, 286 333 288 277 290 206 

Gilmer 171 378 192 241 189 184 

Grant,. 336 1.^5 339 36 383 19 

Greenbrier,.. 320 161 151 206 191 161 

Hampshire. . 89 484 116 470 127 413 

Hancock,..., 430 366 476 375 482 385 

Hardy 94 341 60 252 59 235 

Harrison,... 1402 1424 1341 1221 1430 1078 

Jackson,.... 708 655 701 407 795 353 

Jefferson 498 548 150 140 203 120 

Kanawha,..- 1542 1508 1126 954 1288 940 

Lewis 686 733 669 742 630 654 



93 



EVENING JOURKAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Wkbt ViEOiNiA — Continued. 

__1870— ^ ^-1868— > , — 1868 — . 

COUNTIES, Governor. Governor. President. 

U. D. K. D. R. D. 

Lincoln, 23'J 304 78 80 97 103 

Logan 70 220 61 107 38 87 

McDowell,.. 49 124 79 43 89 30 

Marion 1157 1118 1149 896 1197 858 

Marehall 1166 1153 1499 976 1672 965 

Mason, 1041 1322 1247 1111 1273 1020 

Mercer 269 507 124 138 89 123 

Mineral 397 427 353 3?2 362 280 

Monongalia,. 1262 891 1441 982 1518 945 

Monroe. ... 303 554 ISO 68 224 102 

Morgan 313 175 341 96 325 95 

Nicholas.-.. 214 2-57 39 17 141 13 

Oliio 2101 2568 2185 2310 2329 2497 

Pendleton,., 2:36 212 243 137 291 123 

Pleasants,... 276 304 272 330 281 310 

Pocaiiontas,. 118 61 167 48 190 45 

Preston, .... 1270 621 1537 770 1735 751 

Putnam 443 4;il 413 292 433 291 

Raleigii, .... 235 248 206 120 210 97 

Randolph, .. 192 320 211 238 240 176 

Ritchie 476 289 700 415 768 387 

Roane. 429 436 371 228 433 179 

Taylor, 718 807 716 765 786 652 

Tucker, 72 163 65 143 58 137 

Tyler 653 535 747 536 836 510 

Upshur, 785 347 721 321 799 47 

Wayne, 266 541 287 192 196 84 

Webster 27 134 36 104 23 68 

Wetzel, 352 840 409 779 479 807 

Wirt 380 452 391 345 405 309 

Wood 1392 1552 1497 1436 1658 1208 

Wyoming.* 169 83 178 76 

Totah 26748 28848 26935 ^218 29073 2^1 

CONGRESS. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

John J. Davis, D., 11836 L H. Duval, R... 11569 
N. Goff, Jr., R.,.. 10569 U. S. Walker, D., 10729 

Davis' maj...... 1267 Duval's maj., . . 840 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

J. C, McGrew. R., 9011 McGrew, R 9149 

Downey, D„ 8093 W. G. Brown, D., 6518 

McGrew'a roaj.. 913 McGrew's maj., 2631 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Hereford, D 8490 Witcher, R 6214 

Witcher, R 6977 Moore, D., 4805 

Hereford's maj. 1513 Witcher's maj., 1409 

WISCONSIN. 

CONGRESS. 

Candida4;e3: First District — William P. 
Lyons (Rep.) ; Alex. Mitchell (Dem.) Sec- 
ond District — Geo. W. Hazeltine (Rep.); 
Anaasa G. Cook (Dem.) Third District — 
J. Allen Barber (Rep.) ; John Strachan 
(Dem.) Fourth District — J. A. "Watrou.s 
(Rep.); Cha.s. A. Kldridge (Dem.) Fifth 
District— Philetus Sawyer (Rep.); Joseph 
Strlngham (Dem.) Sixth District— J«re. M. 
Rusk (Rep.) ; Alexander Meggett (Dem.) 

, 1870 . 

State Sup't. Congress. 

First DUt. R. J). R, D. 

Kenosha 1089 914 1104 928 

Milwaukee, 4190 8276 3087 TOll 

Racine, 2496 1818 2403 1934 

Walworth 8249 1401 3225 1465 

Waukesha. ., 2404 2548 2431 2720 

Totals, 13428 14987 12230 16558 



, 1S70 

State Sup't. Congress. 

.Second DM. R. D. R. D. 

Columbia, 2291 1347 2062 1417 

Dane 4039 3816 3850 3818 

Jefferson, 2309 3113 2I»-> 8168 

Rock, „ 3400 1154 3360 1175 

Totals 12039 9430 11467 95C8 

77ii7-d I/UL 

Crawford 874 820 8.50 834 

Grant, 2979 1473 2818 1480 

Green, 1815 822 1797 822 

Iowa <. 1859 1823 1679 19«2 

Lafayette. 194fi 1919 1&43 1888 

Richland, 1065 807 1064 810 

Sauk, 1352 3:« 1352 360 

Totals, 11889 7997 J 1503 8156 

Fourth Dint. 

Dodpe 2445 4516 2428 4538 

Fond du Lac 3268 3783 3240 3794 

Ozaukee 187 1816 148 1855 

Slieboygan 2550 2334 2521 2362 

Washington 737 2456 719 2467 

Totals 9187 14904 9056 15016 

Fifth DUt 

Brown 14ft* 1863 17C0 1644 

Calumet, 632 1136 612 1157 

Door tV^ 188 6«C 1G7 

Green Lake 1229 640 1242 639 

Kewaunee, 497 739 655 580 

Manitowoc, 2144 2432 3000 1527 

Marquett*. 499 852 613 1060 

Outagamie, 1189 1546 1185 1564 

Oconto, 516 2 553 408 

Shawano, 276 300 362 195 

Waupaca, 1599 725 1557 759 

Waushara 1592 271 1613 246 

Winnebago 3312 2138 3620 1876 

Totals 15647 12738 [7258 11823 



CONORBSSIONAL VOTE. 

, 1870 , , 1868 . 

First BUL R. D. R. D. 

Kenosha 1104 928 1528 1195 

Milwaukee, 3087 9511 5785 9385 

Racine 2403 1934 3124 1931 

Walworth,- 3225 1465 4192 1569 

Waukesha, 2431 2720 2884 3004 

Totals, 12250 16558 17613 17084 

Second JHsU 

Columbia... 2062 1417 3852 1898 

Dane 3850 3818 6738 4856 

Jefferson. 2195 3158 3189 .-TT^fi 

Rock 3360 1175 5556 2149 

Totals, - 11467 9568 18333 12659 

Ihird DisU 

Crawford g.W a34 1099 1187 

Grant 2818 1480 4630 2069 

Greene 1797 822 2777 1302 

Iowa 1679 1962 2828 19 5 

Lafavette, 1943 1888 2198 2157 

Richland, 1064 Sio 1618 1103 

Sauk „ 1352 -.m 3253 1389 

Totals. 11503 8156 17903 11162 



* The vote of Wyoming Co. in 1870 w»g thrown out by the board of lupervisors. It stood : Rep., 1 92 ; Dem., 942. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



93 



Wisconsin — Continued. 

, 1870 > , 1868 < 

Congres.s. (.'onjfress. 

IburthDiaL R. D. R. D. 

Dodge 2428 4>« 3644 66S« 

Fond du Lac, 3240 3794 4712 44S6 

Sheboygan 2521 2365 575 1991 

Ozaukee, _ 148 1855 :«38 2478 

Washington 719 2467 1236 3037 

Totals, _ 9aV5 15019 13205 17688 

Fifth DisL 

Brown 1760 1644 1836 liM7 

Calumet 612 lto7 978 1147 

Door, 6S6 167 645 Ifil 

Green Lake, 1242 639 1823 786 

Kewaunee ^.W 580 623 87o 

Manitowoc, 3000 1527 2043 3201 

Marquette 513 1060 635 952 

Outagamie 1185 15M 766 460 

Oconto .>53 408 1490 1795 

Shawano 362 196 327 2ft5 

Waupaca.- 1557 759 1980 918 

Waushara 16:» 246 1780 349 

Winnebago 3520 1876 4693 2745 

Totals, 17258 11822 19622 15634 

8LtthDi9U 

Adams 706 166 952 327 

Ashland 34 8 31 

Barron, 40 17 ...». ...... 

Bayfield, . 66 38 20 24 

BuflklO 629 262 1092 454 

Burnett i. 42 1 74 4 

Chippewa 5^10 671 074 644 

Clark 613 105 410 140 

Douglas 122 66 72 74 

Dunn 6S9 358 1131 349 

Eauclaire, 757 . 604 1280 714 

Jackson,- 403 220 1062 :<69 

Juneau 1075 978 1439 1123 

La Crosse, 1401 833 2367 1389 

Marathon 229 1081 208 788 

Monroe 1536 1040 1947 1255 

Pepin 357 ai 535 220 

Pierce, 850 479 13.52 5:«) 

Polk 301 118 321 141 

Portage 1033 702 1229 743 

St. Croix 986 712 12:» 820 

Trempeleau.„ 9ft4 259 1193 267 

Vernon, 1347 215 2240 620 

Wood 319 M5 400 450 

Totals, 15042 9504 21238 11481 



ALABAMA. 

The following returns were received too 
late for insertion in their regular order : 

< 1870 , . 1868 > 

COUNTIES. Governor. President. 

R. D. R. D. 

Antauga 1518 809 1505 8-51 

Baker.' 283 (.76 

Baldwin, 532 556 558 679 

Barbour, 3518 2165 3168 2210 

Bibb 287 845 492 732 

Blount 117 655 275 461 

Bullock 2955 15»1 2103 1634 

Butler 693 1837 724 1823 

Calhoun, „ 339 1841 600 1274 

Chambers,- 1297 1590 lia5 1443 

Cherokee 83 1008 167 913 

Choctaw, 1041 1078 925 1113 



CX)UNTIES, 

Clarke,- 

Clay, _ 


, 187 

Gove 
R. 

249 
327 
173 
761 

. 182 
frJ5 
6 
130 
4(19 
70^8 
512 

. 1.139 
176 
268 

. 202 
273 

. 121 
1790 
3200 
464 
449 
11.31 
507 

. 1082 

. 1702 
802 

a'j54 

1711 
. 2097 

3248 
104 
105 

4660 
579 

73.54 
4'>3 

3903 
%Vi 
499 
678 


rnor, 
D. 
1207 
867 
531 
627 
768 
1189 
1081 
587 
1173 
1112 
2096 
574 
1379 
467 
781 
674 
329 
163 
1825 
1199 
1626 
1579 
1034 
1274 
1330 
I'J.'M 
1090 
1195 
1234 
2966 
1439 
321 
645 
4617 
1362 
2568 
1020 
IS-VJ 
1708 
1822 
658 

'""m 

1124 
788 
20.>5 
1617 
2286 
1862 
630 

""1406 
119 

7T712 


, 1« 

Presic 
R. 
562 
2.56 
403 

75 
843 

39 
63a 

80 

356 
7i:i7 
492 
1262 

202 

90 

"'S27 
3297 
410 
539 
420 
37S 
692 
1650 

ass 

3339 
2:127 

IS 

'""422 

5200 
58 

6770 
519 

37.%3 
531 
256 
678 

1745 
164 
799 
ft32 

2516 

1771 
340 

1167 
282 
1(M 

3396 
28-1 

76366 


58 , 

lent. 

D. 

1155 
619 


Cleburne 

Coffee 

Conecuh, 

Colbert 


390 
843 
896 
1241 


Coosa 

Covington 

Crensnaw, 

Dale, 


957 
534 
1214 
1205 


Dalln.s, 


1779 


DeKalb, 


360 


Klmore ... . 


1197 


Escambia, ........ 




Fayette, 


434 


Franklin, .... 


619 


Geneva 




Greene 


869 


Hale.- 


866 


Henry 

Jackson, 

Jeli'erson, 


1306 
1581 
638 


Lauderdale, 

I^wrence, 


1436 
1312 


Lee 


1727 


Limestone,- 

Lowndes, 


1177 
1171 


Macon 

Madison, 


1075 
2156 


Marengo, 


1879 


Marion 

Marshall 

Mobile 

Monroe 


""615 
66.58 
1196 


Montgomery,.. 

Morgan,- 

Perry 

Pickens, 


2319 

1.336 
1497 


Pike. - 


1813 


Randolph 

Ru3sell,t - 


625 
1230 


Sanford 

Shelby 

St. Clair, 


98 
611 
497 
1438 
1761 
420 
773 
2.'«) 

■■■:J673 
. 298 

76242 


544 
839 
429 


Snt7iter 

Talladego, 

Tallapoosa 

Tu.scaloosa 

Walker 


1469 
1212 
2083 
1383 
289 


Wiishington,:.. 
Wilcox 


17 
1484 


Winston,- 


39 


Totals. - 


72086 



NEBRASKA. 

At the late election in Nebraska the ma- 
jorities stood as follows: 



OOVKRNOB. 

Butler's (Ren.) Majority 

Croxton'8 (Dem.) majority. 



Butler's net majority 



KOR CONOR Kft8. 



2,695 
309 



2,386 



TafTee's (Rep.) majorities 4,521 

Lake's (Dem.) majorities 224 



TafTee's net majority .. 



... 4,297 



• No return* in 1«70. „ , .^ 

t The voU! of Ra;5«n w»s not ronnUd. It stood, Dem., 1,154 ; Rep.. 1,4M. 
X Washington was not received in lemaon. It tVooA, Dem., 581 ; Rep., 6. 



94 



> COLORADO TERRITORY. 

©ELKGATE TO CONGRESS. 

,_lg70-_, ,_186R-^ 

COUNTIES. R. D. R. D. 

Arapahoe, _ 1008 728 691 478 

Boulder, 4:« 399 'J.">2 218 

Bent 8C 117 notori;. 

Clear Creek, - 472 371 157 407 

Costilla 275 65 217 188 

Conejos 197 87 166 87 

Douglas „ 238 199 79 81 

El Paso 163 126 82 26 

Fremont „ 199 139 66 78 

Greenwood, 420 84 not orp. 

Gilpin, 946 664 757 810 

HuerCano, _ 192 201 33 273 

JeOerson 327 422 253 273 

Larimer, 144 154 107 142 

Las Animas, 499 457 251 366 

Lake 147 144 138 i:i5 

Pueblo,- 278 294 338 225 

Park 82 62 69 73 

Saguache,. - 70 40 41 4 

Summit, 116 124 87 72 

Weld, 155 181 90 139 

Totals, _ 6450 5058 4092 4075 



DAKOTAH TERRITORY. 

The election for Delegate to Confcress in 
Dakotah, resulted am lollows: 

Hpink (Rep.) 1023 

Burleigh (Kep.),„ 1102 

Moses K. Armstrong (Dem.),_ 1196 



WASHINGTON TERRITORY 

j The official vote of Washington Territory 
lu the late election loots Up as (Ollows : 

34(59 

2374 



Garfield (Rep.), 
Mix (Dem.), ..*., 



Garfield's majority, » "85 

In 1868 Garfield's majority was 149. The 
total vote this year is 6,358, being an increase 
of 1,021 votes over 1869. 



POPULATION OF UNITED STATES, WITH PER CENT OF 
INCREASE AND ELECTORAL TABLE. 



STATES. 



! Incr. 
,pr. ct. 



Alabama 

ArkariSt-is 

CHliroriiia 

Connecticut, 

Dtliiware, 

Florida 

GeorRia, 

Illinois 

Indiana, 

Iowa, 

Kansas 

Kentucky, 

Louisiana, 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. .. 

Miciiican, 

Minnesota, 

Mississipiii, 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Nevada, 

New llampstiire. 

New Jersey, 

New York 

North Carolina,.. 

Ohio 

Orepon. 

Pennsylvania, ... 
lUiode Island, ... 
Soulli Car<ilina,.. 

Tennessee, 

Texas, 

Vermont, 

Virtrinia 

West Vnginla,... 
Wisconsin, 



ToUls, States, 
Dist. Columbia,. 
Territories, , 



30i»527 142.01 
30388 112.91 



297675 8.17 
76748 5.05 
34730! ... 
51682:1 51.57 
157445185.17 
343031 133.07 



687917i 21. (J9 
2157.39 40. (i3 
399455 33.89 
447010; 9.74 
610408 16.65 
31639 255.65 

"i3fi62il'8i".08 
140455 110.94 



2693281 10.31 

320«-i;i 15.58 

1918o0>l 39.76 

737i*87 15.52 

937903 61.31 

■i34«233 28.47 

971H9; 17.02 

581185 15.0*> 

681904| 6i.28 

"280652 'igiw 

1211405, 13.71 



128261 »6 33.53 

39,«34 

! 39^34 20.5 



Totals, Union, ... 12866020 32.49 



1840. 



Incr. 
pr. ct 



590756 90.86 
975741221.09 



1850. 



Incr 
pr. ct 



780e5 
51477 
691392 
476183 
6858(56 
43112 



342411 
501793 
470019 
737tW 
212267 

'375(151 
383702 



284574 
373:^06 

242J«92I 
753419 

1519467 



1724033 
10»'830 
5943'J« 
829210 

"291848 
1239797 



4.13 
1.74 
56.86 
33.78 
202.44 
99.94 



13.36 
63.35 
25.62 
5 14 
20.85 
570.09 

i74;96| 
173.181 



771623 
209^97 
92597 
37()7i»-2 
915:^2 
87445 
90til«.3 
851470 
988416 
192214 



982405 
517762 
6>3I69 
583ftJ4 
994514 
397654 
6077 
606526 
6b2044 



5.66i 317976 
16.361 48.<»5.55 
26.60 3097394 
2,09 869039 
62.01 198032;» 

115294 

27.87i 231178<; 
11.971 147645 
2.27i 66.>'5it7 
1002717 
212592 
314120 
142164;i 



J1.06! 



30945 305391 



1702.1741 32.74 23067262 

4:?7I2| I 51687 

43712! 9.74 124614 



1A51 -A* 



17069453 32.67 23191876 



115 12 

■ 19162 
17.22 
60.52 
31.07 
78.81 
44.11 
345.85 



25.98 
40.92 
16.22 
24.04 
34.81 
87.34 

6i!46 



11.74 
31.14 
27.52 
15 ;!.") 
■60 M 

35.57 
12.47 
20.92 

"7.59 
14.60 



;.88 



35.48 
i»'.24 



964201 
4.S5450 
379994 
460147 
112216 
140424 

1057286 

1711951 

1350428 
674913 
107206 

11 5.56*4 
7O8OO2 
628279 
6*'7049 

1231066 
74itlI3 
1720-23 
791305 

1182012 

28841 

6857 

32(»73 

672035 

.<1880735 



2339511 
524»i5 

290<;215 
174620 
703/08 

1109>*01 
604215 
31.i098 

1596318 



77.5881 



Inc. 
per ct 



24.96 
107.46 
310.37 
24.10 
22.60 
60.59 
16.67 
101.06 
36.63 
251.14 

"\i'.(4 
36.74 
7.74 
17.84 
23.79 
88.38 

27:^.72 
30.47 
73.30 



25.29 
14.20 
18.14 

294.65 
25.71 
18.35 
5.27 
10.68 

184.22 

.31 

12.29 



154.06 



1870. 



Inc. 
per c. 



996175 3.31 8 
473174' 8.66' 6 
5498(18 44.69' 5 
637417, 16.79| 6 
I25OI5I II.41I 3 
1899951 35.161 3 
1174«2! II.I2I 9 
2529410| 47.75']6 
l6.T5«i75| 22 60 13 
8 
3 
11 
7 



11813.591 75.04 
379497 23.=;. 99 

13204071 14.25 
734420 3.73 



628719 



t ,- 



790095: 15.14 7 
1457351 j 18.38112 
JlH4<»3l 5^.14' 8 
424543,146.79 4 
84-2(156, 6 4Ii 7 
1691693 42. 27. 11 
1168)^8 30«.2H, 3 
42456 519.16; 3 

3177101. 5 

90:50441 34.37 7 
437(18461 12.63 33 
10iti954 2.45 9 
2652302 13.:«'21 
90-78 73.19 2 
35115431 20.82 26 
21735t;| 24.471 4 
70578«*l .29i 6 
12-25937! 10.46 10 
795500; 31.651 6 
330-)82i 4.91 b 

12114421 10 

441094 3.53, 5 
1055501 36.05; 8 



31184774 35.19 37^927♦»; 21.61 . 

750«0 45 26 13170«V |. 

259577 108.29 419867 61.05 . 



31443321, 35.58 38312633,21.52.. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



95 



STATE GOVERNMENTS. 



Alabama. 

Oowmor, RobCTt B. Lindsay (Dem.) 
Term expires Nov., 1872 Halary, $J,000. 

Leoislature, Senate : Republicans. 31 ; 
Democrats, 2. House: Kepubllcans. .T5; 
Democrats, fiS. Meet at ilontgomery, oq 
the fourth Tuesday of November. 

Arkansas. 

Oovemor, Powell Clavtnn (Rep.) Term 
expires January, 1873. Salary, $5,000. 

Legislature, Republican in both branches. 
Meets at Little Rock. MenniaUy (1»71, '73, 
etc), on the first Monday in January. 

California. 

Oovemor, Henry H. JIaight (Dem.) Term 
four years, expiring December, 1871. Sal- 
ary $7,000. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 21; 
Democrats, 19. House: Republicans. 30; 
Democrats, 50. Meets at Sacramento, bien- 
niaUy (1869, '71, etc.), on the first Monday 
In December. 

Connecticut. 

OowT7W>r, James E. English (Dem.) Term 
one year, expiring May, 1871. Salary. $2,000. 

LegUUjture, Senate: Republicans, 11; 
Democrats, U). House: Republicans, 129; 
Democrats. 110. Meets alternate years ; at 
Hartford odd years. :it New Haven even 
years, on the first Wedne,sday In May. 

Delaware. 

Governor, James Ponder (Dem.) Term 
four years, expiring January, 1S75. Salary, 
12,000. 

Legislature, Senate : Democrats, 7 ; Re- 
publicans, 2. House: Democrats, 21. Meets 
at Dover, bienntoUy (18tj9, '71. etc.), on the 
first Tuesday In January. 

Florida. 

Governor, Harrison Reed (R»*p.) Term 
expires January, 1873to Salary, $"),000. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 11; 
Democrats, 10 ; vacancies, 3. House : Re- 
publicans, 23; Democrats, '20. Meets at 
Tallahassee annually, on the Tuesday after 
the first Monday In January. 

Georgia. 

Oovemor, Rnfli5 A. Bullock (Rep.) Term 
expires January, 1872. Salary, ^4.000. 

Ijepislatnre, Senate: D(*mocrats, ii; Re- 
publicans, 16. Hoase (incomplete): Demo- 
crats, 12.{: Republicans, ;W; not heard from, 
13. Meets at Atlanta, biennially (1871, '73, 
etc), 8»*cond Wednesday in January. 

Illinois. 

Oovemor, John M. Palmer (Rep.) Term 
four years, expiring January, 1873. Salary. 
tl,500. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 30; 
Democrats, 20. House: Republicans, 9H; 
Democrats, 76; Independents, ^ Meets at 
Springfield, bienniaUy (1S69. '71, «^lc.), on 
the first Monday in January. 

Indiana. 

Governor, Conrad Baker (Rep.) Term 
four yeiirs, expiring January, 1873. Salary, 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 26; 
Democrats, 24. House: Republicans. 47; 
Democrats. 5;i. Meets at Indianapolis, bien- 



nially (1869, '71, etc.), first Wednesday In 
January. 

Iowa. 

Oovemor, Samuel Merrill (Rep.) Term 
two years, expiring Jan. 1872. Salary, $2..500. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 42; 
Democrats, 5. House : Republicans. 86; 
Democrats, 16. Meots at I)es Moines bien- 
nially (1870, 1872, etc.). on the second Mon- 
day of January. 

Kansas. 

Oovernor, James M. Harvey (Rep.) Term 
two years, expiring Jiuiuary, 187a. Salary, 
^.500. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 25. 
Honse: Republicans, 82; Democrats, 16. 
Meets at Topeka aimually, second Tuesday 
in January. 

Kentucky. 

Oovemor, John W. Stevenson (Dem.) 
Term four years, expiring September, 1871. 
Salary. $5,000. 

Lerrtrlature, Senate: Democrats, .10; Re- 
publicans, 3. House: Democrats, 91; Re- 
publicans, 9. Meets at Frankfort annually, 
on the first Monday In December. 

Louisiana. 

Oovemor, Henry C. Warmoutb (Rep.) 
Term expires January, 1872. Salary, $8,000. 

Legislature, Republican in both branches. 
Meets at New Orleans annually, on the first 
Monday In January. 

Maine. 

Governor, Sidney Perham ("Rep.) Term 
one year, expiring Jan., 1872. Salary, J2,500. 

Jyegi.9latnre, Senate: Republicans, 28: 
Democrats, 3. House: Republicans, 114; 
Democrats, 33. Meets in Augu-sta annually, 
on the first Wednesday in January. 

Maryland. 

Governor, Oden Bowie (Dem.) Term ex- 
pires January, 1^72. Salary. fl,500. 

I^gUilature, Democratic In both branches. 
Meets at Annapolis bien)iiaUy (1869, 1871, 
etc.), on the first Wednesday in January-. 

Massachusetts. 

Governor, William ClaHin (Rep.) Term 
one year, expiring Jaiuiary, 1872. Salary, 
^5,000. 

Jje.o 'Stature, Senjite: Republicans, .34; 
Deniocrats, 6. House: Republicans, mt; 
Democrats, .^5 ; Labor, 13. Meets at Boston 
annually, on the first Wednesday In Janu- 
ary. 

Michigan. 

Governor, Henry p. Baldwin (Rep.) Term 
two years, expiring January, 1873. Salary, 
f 1.500. 

Legislnture, Senate : Republicans, 27 ; 
Democrats, 5. Hoase : Republicans, 71 ; 
Democrats, 23. Meets at Lansing biamiaUy 
(186H, l«t71, etc.), on the first Wednesd;iy In 
Januarj'. 

Minnesota. 

Governor, Horace Austin (Rep.) Term 
two vears, expiring January, 1872. Salary, 
$3.«)06. 

Legislnture, Senate : Republicans. 13 ; 
Democrats, 9. House: Republicans, 32; 
Democrats, 15. Meets at St. Paul Tuesday 
after first Monday in January. 



96 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Mississippi. 

Oovemoj-, James L. Alcorn (Rep.) Term 
expires in 1872. Salary, §3,000. 

LeffUlature, St-nate: Republicans, 26; 
Democrats, 7. House: Republicaus, 82; 
Democrats, li. Meets annually, at Jack- 
son, on the first Monday in January. 

Missouri. 

Oiyvanor, B. Gratz Brown (Lib. Rep.) 
Term expir January, 1875. Salarv, <p2,.500. 

Leoiflafure. (We cla.ssify politically ac- 
cording to the vote on U. S. Senator. > Sen- 
ate : Democrats, 14 ; Republicans, 19. House: 
Democrats, 87; Republicans, 47. Meets at 
Jefferson City biennially (1870, '72. etc.), on 
the last Monday in December. 

Nebraska. 

Oovemor, David Butler (Rep.) Term two 
years, expiring January, J87.J. Salarj', $1,000. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans. 10; 
Democrats, 3. House : Republicans, 31 ; 
Democrats, 8. Meets at Omaha biennially 
(1871. '73. etc.), on Thursday alter first Mon- 
day in J anuary. 

Nevada. 

Oovet-nor, L. R. Bradley (Dem.) Term ex- 
pires in 1871. Salary, $6,000. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 15; 
Democrats, 4. Assembly: Republicans, 21; 
Democrats, 23 : Independents, 2. Meets at 
Virginia City biennially, the first Monday 
In January (1869, '71, etc.) 

Ne-w Hampshire. 

Governor, Onslow Stearns (Rep.) Term 
one year, expiring June, 1871. Salary, $1,000. 

Legislature. Senate : Republicans, 9 ; 
Democrats, 3. House: Republicans, 193; 
Democrats, 117; Labor Reform. 16. Meets 
at Concord annuallj', on the first Wednes- 
day in June. 

New Jersey. 

Oovemor, Theodore F. Randolph (Dem.) 
Term expires January, 1873; Salary, $;?,000. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 12; 
Democrats, 9. House: Republicans, :U; 
Democrat,s, 26. Meets at Trenton annually, 
on the second Tuesday in January. 

New York. 

Gfovemor, John T. Hoffman (Dem.) 
Term expires January 1. 1S73. Salary. «4,aJ0. 

Legislature. Senate : Republicans, 14 ; 
Democrats, 17; Vacancy, 1. House: Re- 
publif'ans, 63; Democrats, 6-5. Meets at 
Albany annually, on the first Tuesday in 
January. 

North Carolina. 

Governor, William W. Holden (Rep.) 
Term expires January, 1873. Salary, $2,000. 

legislature. Senate: Republicans, 40; 
Democrats, 10. House : Republicans, 66 ; 
Democrats, 54. Meets at Raleigh biennially 
(1870, '72, etc.), first Tuesday in November. 

Ohio. 

Governor, Rutherford B. Hayes (Rep.) 
Term two years, expiring January, 1872. 
Salary. $4,000. 

Legislature, Q^UAte: : Democrats, 18 ; Re- 
publicans, 18; Reform Republican, 1. 
House: Democrats, 52; Republicans, 54; 
Reform Republicans, 6. Meets at Colum- 
bus biennially (1870, '72, etc.), on the first 
Monday in January. 

Oregon. 

Governor. Lafayette Grover (Dem.) Term 



four years, expiring September 1, 1874. 
Salary, $1,500. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 9; 
Democrats, 1.1 House: Republicans, 17; 
Democrats, 30. Meets at Salem biennially, 
second Monday in September (1867, '69, etc.) 

Pennsylvania. 

Governor, John W. Geary (Rep.) Term 
expires January, 1873. Salary, $.5,000. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 16; 
Democrats, 17. House: Republicans, 55: 
Democrats, 45. Meets at Harrlsburg annu- 
ally, on the first Tuesday in January. 

Rhode Island. 

Governor, Seth Padelford (Rep.) Term 
one year. expiring May, 1871. Salary, $1,000. 

Legislature, Senate : Republicans, 27 : 
Democrats, 5. House: Republicans, 62; 
Democrats, 8. Meets alternately at New- 
port and Providence semi-annually, in May 
and January. 

South Carolina. 

Governor, Robert K. Scott (Rep.) Term 
expires November, 1872. Salary. $3,500. 

Legislature, Senate : Republicans, 26 : 
Democrats. 5. House: Republicans, 104; 
Democrats, 20. Meets annually at Colum- 
bia, on the fourth Monday in November. 

Tennessee. 

Governor, John C. Brown (Dem.) Salary. 
$3,000. 

Legislature, Democratic In both branches. 
Meets in Nashville biennially, on the first 
Monday in October. 

Texas. 

Gfovemor, E. G. Davis (Rep.) Salary, 

$4,000. 

Legislature, Republican in both branches. 
Meets at Austin biennially, on the first 
Monday in November. 

Vermont. 

! Governor, John W. Stewart (Rep.) Term 
I expires October, 1871. Salary $1,000. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 28: 
Democrats, 2. Houi=[e: Republicans, 20«; 
Democrats, 27. Meets at Montpeller annu- 
ally, on the second Thursday in October. 

Virginia. 

Govemoi', Gilbert C.Walker (Cons.) Term 
four years, expiring January, 1874. Salary, 
§5,000. 

Legislature, Senate: Conservative.-*, 30; 
Republicans, 13, five of whom are colored. 
Hoase: Conservatives, 97 (two colored); 
Republicans, 41 (19 colored). Meets at 
Richmond biennially, on the first Monday 
in December. 

West Virginia. 

Governor, John J. Jacob (Dem.) Term 
three years, expiring March 4, 1874. Salary, 
$2,000. 

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 10; 
Democrats, 12. House: Republicans, 16; 
Democrats, 40. Meets at Charleston annu- 
ally, on the second Tuesday of January. 

Wisconsin. 

Governor, Lucius Fairchlld (Rep.) Term 
expires January, 1872. Salary. $5,000. 

Legislature, Senate : Republicans, 19 ; 
Democrats, 14. House: Republicans, 57: 
Democrats, 41; Independents. 2. Meets at 
Madison annually, second Wednesday in 
January. 



TERRITORIBS. 



Arizona. 

Oowmor, A. P. R. SafTord; Secretary, 
James P, L. Carter. Oflicial resideuce, 
Prescott. Salary of Oovernor, |2,500 ; isec- 
retary, |:2.0U0. 

Colorado. 

Oovernor. Edward C. McCook ; Secretary, 
James R. Hood. Otncial residence, Denver 
city. Saliirv of Oovernor.^.oOO; Secretary, 
91.800. Klocliou Ist Tuesday in October. 

J^^pisUiture. C!ouucil: Republicans, 8; 
Ind. Republicans,! ; Democrats, 4. House: 
Ropublicaus, 15; Ind. Republicans, 2; Dem- 
ocrats, 9. 

Dakota. 

Ooverrxor, John A. Burbank; Secretary, 
John Hutchinson. Oflicial residence. Yanc- 
ton. Salary of Governor, §2,500 ; Secretary, 
$1,800. 

Idaho. 

Oovernor, Alex. H. Connor; Secretary, 
Horace C. Gibson. Official residence. Lew- 
iston. Salary of Governor, ^,500; Secre- 
Uiry, ^2.000. 

LrgisUUtire. Council : Democrats, 7 ; Re- 
publicans, 3. Ilouse: Democrats, 17; Re- 
publicans, 3. 



Montana. 

Oor>n-nor, Benjamin P. Potts. Official 
residence, Helena. Salary, f2.500. 

New Mexico. 

Governor, William A. Pile. Official resi- 
dence, Santa Fe. Salary, ^,0f». 

Utah. 

Governor, <^ieorge O. Woods ; Secretary, 
George A. Black. Official residence. Great 
Salt Lake City. Salary of Governor, 
«2,i)00: Secretary, f2,0o0. 

Washington. 

Governor, Edward J. Salomon ; Secretary, 
Elwood Evans. Official residence, Olyrh- 

£ia. Salary of Governor, ^J.OOO : Secretary, 
S.OOO. 

"Wyoming. 
Gm''emor, J. A. Campbell. Official resi- 
dence, Cheyenne. 

Indian Territory. 
Chyvemor, Lewis Downing. Official resi- 
dence, Talequah. 



FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT. 

The following: amendment having passed the Hou.se of Representatives, Thursday. 
Februarv 2.i, 18«;9, by a vote of 143 yens to 43 nays, and by the Senate the following day. :» 
to 13, was proposed by the Congress to the Legislatures of the several States; and 
having receivea the ratification of the requisite number of Legislatures of the several 
States, was proclaimed by the President a part of the Constitution of the United States, 
March 30, 187a 

ARTICLE FIFTEEN. 

Section? 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or 
abridged by the United States, or by any State, on account of race, color, or previous con- 
dition of servitude. , ,..,.. 

3 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. 

STATES WHICH RATIFIED THE AMENDMENT, 

Nevada, March 1; Louisiana, March 1; West Virginia, March 3; North Carolina. 
March 4; Illinois. March 5; Michigan, March 5; Wisconsin, March 9; Maine, March 11 ; 
South Carolina. March 11; Pennsylvania, March U; Massachusetts. March 12; Arkansas. 
March 15; New York.* April 14; Connecticut. May 13; Indiana, May 14 ; Florida, June 14; 
New Hampshire, July 1; Virginia. October 7; Vermont, October 13; Alabama. Novem- 
ber It;, 1{S69; Mi.s.souri. January 7: Minnesota, January 14; MLssissippi, January 15; Rhode 
Island. January 1«; Iowa. January 20; Ohio, January 20; Georgia, February 2; Texas, 
February 15; Missouri, March lu; Nebraska, 1870-30. 

STATES WHICH REJECTED THE AMENDMENT. 

Delaware, March 1: Kentucky, March 12; Georgia, March 18; Ohio, April 30; Tennes- 
see. November 16, 1869; California, January 28; New Jersey, February 7; Maryland, 
Oregon, 1870—5. 



* A resolution withdrawing the ratification was passed by the Legislature of New 
York January 5. 1870. In the case of the 14lh amendment, the Congress declared the 
power of withdrawal had not been conferred upon the Legislatures, and therefore such 
action was unconstitutional. 



98 



EVENING JOUliNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



THE PUBLIC DEBT. 



DKBT BEARING COIN INTERK8T. 

Jan. 1. 1870. Jan. 3, 1871. 
Five p. ct. bonds- |221,.';M>,;«tO t214,2(i7,300 
Bix p. ct. bouds... 1,SSC..'?49,800 1,720,775,400 



Totals ♦2,107,039,1)0 f 1,933, 342, 700 



DEBT BEARING CURRENCY INTER]<>>T. 



Fourp.ct. certlf's 
Tlireep. ct. do 
Navy Pens'n fund 



t678,362 

f4.5,.=)45.00O 43.5.50,000 

14,000,000 14,000,000 



Totals 159,345,000 f58,228,000 

Matur'd, not paid 4,140,839 7,315,822 



DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST. 

U.S. notes $356,113,098 $356,101,086 

Fract'nalcur'ncy 3i*,762,t;G4 39,995,0s9 
Gold certificates™ 40,170,380 26,149,000 



Totals #4.%, 046,143 $422,245,175 



, RECAPITULATION. 

Debt : 
Bearing coin int. ..$2, 107,939,100 |1 ,935.342.700 
Bearing' cur'y int. 59,545,000 58,2-28.3<i2 

Bearing no int 436,04fi,143 422,245,175 

Matut'd, not paid 4,140,938 7,315,822 

Totals ?2, 607, 671, 179 |2, 423, 132, 060 

B'ds to Pac. R. R„ 64,135,320 64,6i8,832 



Grand totals ..$2,671,806,499 $2,487,750,892 



AMOUNT IN TREASURY 

Jan. 1,1870. Jan. 3 



Coin «00,15»,476 

Currency ^ 12,773,963 

STnk'g fund, coin 

Int. en b'ds, and 

accrued Interest 

thenon 22,545,927 

Other purchased 

bonds ^ 64.908,350 



July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Jan, 

Oct. 

Jan. 



1. 1801. 

1. 1862 

I, 186:^ , 



1,721, W7.1W4 
2,757.2.53,275 

2,757.689,671 
2,716.^1,5:^6 
2.66^1,029,276 
2,543.323,172 



1, 1864. .»wj 

31, 1865 u-k.... ^ 

1, lW;.i 

1, IWifi .y^.....^.i^ 

1, i^m.^^.^ ,.j« 

1, 1S«7 , 

1, 1867 2,496,277,443 

1. 1SC8 2,598.125,6.50 

March 1, 1869 2.545,0.'i6.«iO4 

March 1, 1870 2,46;i,027,85o 

Jan. 3,1871 2,349,664,320 

The following is a statement of bonds issued to the Pacific HaHroad companies, inter- 
est payable in lawful money, under the acts of July 1, 18f2, and July 2,1864. Rate of 
interest six per cent, payable thirty years from date of the authorizing acts of January 
and July; 



NAME OF PACIFIC 
RAILWAY. 



Central 

Kansas 

Union 

Central Branch Union 

Western 

Sioux City 

Totals 



Principal 
outstand'g. 



$25,881,000 
6,3a3,000 
27,236,512 
1,600,000 
1,970,000 
1,628,320 



$64,613,832 



Interest ac- 
crued, not 
yet paid. 



r77fi,4.'?0 
189,090 
817.095 
48.100 
59,100 
48,849 



$1,938,564 



Int. paid by 
the United 
States. 



$3.261, 7f?7 

1,212.993 

3,713.371 

S01,f<08 

131,197 

194,2^)7 



$8,815,315 



Int. repaid 
by trans- 
portafn of 
mails, &c. 



$241,638 

768,148 

1,434.952 

7.401 

8,281 

3,960 



12,460,818 



f.?, 020, 129 
444,844 
2,278.918 
2!«.406 
122.916 
193,811 



$6,:t54,»2(; 



1871. 
$107,802,280 
30,284,291 



Totals $209,387,716 $138,086,572 

Debt less cash In 

Treasury 2,462.618.783 2,»49,664,828 

Decreace of the national debt 

since January 1, 1870 112.753,8«;i j 



The debt of the United States, less cash 
in the Treasury, wa.^ as annexed at the nn- 
dermentioned dates : 
March 4, 1861 $fi«,180,8.'io 



$.498,670 

..V. 502,921,404 

..* ^.. 1,09»,464,(»0 



Balance of 
int. paid by , 
the United I 
States. 



AMKRLCAN CONSTITUTIONS, 



COMPKISINO THB 



CONSTITUTION OF EACH STATE IN THE UNION, 

AND OF THK 

UNITED STATES. 

Each accompanied by a Historicai, Introduction and Notes, with a 

. Classified Analysis of the Constitutions. 

Also, Facsimiles of all Stale and Kational Seals, and Histoi-teal Map 

Two Vols. Address WEED, PARSONS & CO., Albany, N. Y. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



99 



UNITED STATES CENSUS FOR YEARS IQ60 AND 1870. 



64m 

12195 



lOTOo 



1285U 
18627 



Alabama. 

COUNTIES. 187a 

AutHiiRH, ll(!-:{ 

Rm^T fiHM 

Raldwin eo<»4 

Karbour, ..„ iO.XW 

Benton 

Bibb, 74(i9 

Blount, yit4.5 

Bullock 24474 

Butler 141WI 

Calhoun 13!»79 

Charabers,- 17V!2 

Cherokee, Hi:i2 

Cboctaw „ 12676 

Clark 14629 

Clay,, 9560 

Clfburne 8017 

Coffee 6171 

Colbert 125;{7 

Conecuh, ....» 9574 

I Coosa. 11945 

Covinprton, 4rt68 

I Crenshaw, 11156 

Dale 11.125 

Dullas 40705 

De Kalb,- 7126 

Klmore 14477 

Escambia 4011 

Ktowah,- 10109 

layettp, _ 7166 

Franklin, ._„ 8006 

Geneva, 2959 

Greene 18399 

Hancock, 

Hale „... 21792 

Henry, .._ 14191 

Jackson,. ISMIO 

Jefferson li«o 

Lauderdale,- 15092 

Lawrence, ICitViH 

Lee, 2175Q 

Limestone, 15017 

Lown«les, _ 25719 

Macon, 17727 

Madison, .31267 

Marengo, 26151 

Mari(»n 6059 

Marshall 9S71 

Mobile, 45W11 

Montgomery, _... 4:C(W 

Morgan,. „ 12187 

Monroe, 14214 

Perry, _ 24975 

Pickens 17690 

Pike, 17423 

Randolph 12006 

Ruwiell 216;i6 

fe>anlord._ Rsai 

Shelby 12218 

8t. Clair 9360 

Sumter 21110 

Talladeea, lS06:i 

Tallapoosa, 1696:1 

Tuscaloosa 20<\S1 

Walkwr. 6-543 

Washington, ;{912 

Wilcox 28;{77 

Winston 4155 



Totala, _ 90«!968 964201 

Arkansas. 

Arkansas,- 826S ?S44 

Ashley 8(M2 859() 



187a 

,.„ Benio - 13S31 

.'"J*,V Boone ., 7a32 

''"•*'|Bradley, 8646 

••>-•••;. Calhoun, 3^53 

•Vwi-.i^-'^rroll 5780 

*«'- Chicot 7214 

•;;-;i; Clark 119.53 

1'^:* Columbia 1I3S7 

m'ii] 
2id;» 
2;«i4 

18.%0 
13877 
15^19 



ConWiiy, 



Crawford,, 8957 



Crittenden, 



3S31 



Craighead, 4.57 



Cross, 

Dallas, 

I >fsha, 

Drew „.. 

Franklin,- 

Fulton, « 

Grant „ 

Green 

Hempstead 

Hot Springs, .. 
rnde]>endi."nce... 

Izard 

Jackson, 



?'^-H- Jefferson,-. 



149I.S 
i.i28;j 

1174<i 
17420 



Johnson. 

Lalayt'tte, 9rs 

Lawrence, 5081 

Little lliver, .3--'36 

Madison, .._ 79"27 

Marion 3979 

Mississippi,-, 3633 

Monroe s;c{6 

Montgomery, 2984 

Newton 3."WH 

Ouaehita,.. 12975 

Perry 2«J85 

Phillips „ • 15372 

Pike 3788 

Polnssett, 1720 

,... ^ Polk ,3376 

l<>W6|Pope, 8409 

Z< ,lh\ Prairie „ 5604 

2<W0-iiPulaski. 320«i6 

2<>+2!|H;indolph 7466 

.ilMsi. Francis, 6714 

lllb2:saline, „ .3911 

ilfi?;^'*". - '^'^S 

i?'31|.Searcy 6<il4 

.V.iO»|.sebastian, 12940 

llXi-jiSevier 4492 

l2i!6< Isbarpe, _ ,5400 

-',!{:"• I Union „ ia57! 

f--<>»'iVan Buren 5107 

r'-*'>'iWa.shington 17266 

2(Hk,U White Ift346 

i2<W)'- Woodruff, 
........ Yell,, 

12618 
11013 
24Ut5 
2*520 
2:j.V27 
232»>0 Alametla,, 



8;»8 

4103 
9.1S3 
9231 
97.35, 



8II2 



3915 
5707 
6125 

99<;o 

9627 
4813 
W43 
7573 

137(^8 
.5.S77 

14.566 
&«0!i 
72«« 

1.-I7.33 



6C.9: 

rs-jo 

4920 
3066 



COtTNTIES. 1870. 

Kern 2925 

Klamath, 1686 

Lake, 2!j69 

La.ssen 1324 

Los A ngelos, 15;«9 

Marin 69o:i 

Mariposa, 4.5^2 



1860. 

"im 



1244!r Mendocino, 7545 

6C.:)7 Merced „ 2H07 

Mono. 430 

Monterey 9870 

Napa, 71«;i 

. Nevada,- 19i:« 

:S3 Placer U3.57 

64".9|Plum:vs 4489 

9078 Sacramento 26831 

729.S San Bernardino,. 8988 

1024 San Diego 4974 

San Francisco,... 149482 

.5.«I3 San Joaquin... 21050 

i;59.S9|San Luis Obispo, 4772 

563j!San Muleo, '6635 

14307'Santa Barbara,.. 7784 

"1") Santa Clara 26246 

•Satjta Cruz 8743 

Shasta, 4173 

.Sierra 5619 

Siskiyou, „.„ 6848 

JSoluno, 16871 

Sonoma, 19819 

Stanislaus 6-199 

Sutter 6o;« 

Teboma 3587 

Trinitv,..- 3213 

Tulare ■„. 45.3.3 

'Aiolumne, 8150 

Yolo, 9«i<!) 

Yuba l(H51 



10493 
14971 
7612 
84&1 
9372 

"7740 
6192 
3895 
56.57 
36-:« 



129.36 

246--) 
14876 

4025 

;J621 

426-2 

SS|=;?'!rfield^--- 

/-,,., i>itchne!d,. 
gl^oj Middlesex, 
etMit 



5145 
5271 
92:{« 
10516 



1228^ 
5.3.57 
14673 



Totals, .560-28.5 

Connecticut. 

ft5-276 
109 j07 
487-27 
36099 
121-i57 
66.5*1 
22000 
38.518 



"rolMiddh 

New Haven 



New London, 

Tolland 

Windham 



li:m 
3:5.M 
6243 
;J967 
1141 

"47:19 
5521 

16446 

13270 
4:{«3 

24142 
55.51 
4324 

56802 
9435 
1782 
3214 
3.543 

11912 
4944 
4:{60 

11387 
7«!-29 
7169 

11867 
2245 
3:190 
4044 
51-25 
4638 

16229 
4716 

136G8 

379994 



:«S59 
97.345 
61731 
20709 
34747 



Totals, 537418 460147 



6^91 

8048 



Totals,, 483179 435450 



California. 



7'.t.S0 
40I-.9 
2ltil8 
:J576 



Mpine ... 

Amador, 

Butte _...... 

Ciilaveras . 

Colusa,. ...V 

Contra Costa 
Del Norte,...- 

El Dorado,. 10309 

Fresno _ 6.336 

Humboldt.— 6143 

Inyo 1956 



24-2;<7 
6.S5 
a5.S2 

11403 
8S9.5 
616.5 
R4i!l 
2022 



Dela-ware. 

Kent 29*<04 

8316 New Castle, fA5l5 

Sussex, 31696 



Totals 1'250I5 

Florida. 

17328 



6:«{ 



27804 
.54797 
29615 



Alachua, 

8927- Baker, , 

I Benton , 

10!«0 Bradibrd,...v 3671 

12106 Brevard Vila 

16299 C>alhoun„...., 908 

2274 Clay 2098 

5;12S!Columbia, 7335 

199^. Dade ,...,. 8-5 

TOMi Duval H921 

4605,Eacambia 7825 

261H|Franklin,...^ 12.56 



Gadsden, _, 9802 



216 
1446 
1914 
4&4fi 

283 
5074 
57»i8 
1904 



COUNTIES. 

Hamilton 

H'Tiiaiid) 

Hil->t)i •rough, .. 

1^ Holmes, _ 

Jackson 

JfHer-Joa. , 

LaFayette, 

I.-..n 

" Rvy.. 



100 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Florida — Continued. 



5749 

l-)72 
9.V28 

17.« 

2017 



Liberty 10>0 

Madison, lllJl 

Manatee.- mi 

Miiriun lasoi 

Monroe,- 5w7 

Nassau,- 4247 

Now River 

Orange, 2195 

Folk, 3159 

Putnam 3S2I 

Santa Rosa,* 3312 

St. JolHjs 2i;i8 

Sumier,.._ 2952 

.Suwanee, 3>5t> 

Tayl .r 1443 

Volusia, 172;J 

Wakulla, 2.305 

Walton,* 3050 

Washington, -.Vrl 



I COUNTIES. 1870. 

ISfiO.lFlovd 17i30 

^OJ Franklin, 7s;|3 

2!)Sl J^idlnn ;{.Ub 

j^^tjl (lilnuT, _ 6«i44 

in>iy) Gia.scoc!k, 27;U) 

'q:;^ Glvnn 53;a 

^oMlOordon «2(i8 

,''n^lGreene,_ 12454 

TrsiKlwinnett, 12431 

ii^i! Habersham ia.'2 

77-q|Hall. 9«07 

'^^, Hancock 11:517 

RftiiQ, ttaralsoii 4004 

.Harris.- 132H4 



2913 
3(>44 



987 



Hart, 



H-'ard, 



2712 
54.S0 
.30:fc> 
154!» 
2303 

r.m 

1158 

2S:{1 
3037 
2151 



TotaLs., 



57750 140424 



Georgia. 

Appling 5036 4190 

Jiaker ftS43 49S-> 

Baldwin lOulS 907S 

Banks 4973 4707 

Bartow, Itij'ifj 

B-'rrien,- 4518 3475 

Bibb 21255 1G291 

Brooks. _ 8:{42 635S 

Bryan 5252 4015 

Bullock,. 5G10 56es 

Burke 14586 171&5 

Butts 6941 645 

Calhoun 5-503 4913 

Camden. .._ 4f)ll 5120 

Campbell, 9176 8:»l 

Carroll 11782 11991 

Cass 15724 

Catoosa 4409 5082 

Charlton 1S97 1780 

Cliatham, 41279 31013 

Chailahoochee.... 6059 5797 

Chatooga 6902 7165 

Cherokee 10399 11291 

Clarke,- 12941 11218 

Clay 5493 489 

Clayton, 5477 

Clinch 3915 

Cobb.- 13SI4 

Coffee, 3192 

Colquitt, 1G54 

Columbia,- 13529 

Coweta,- 15875 

Crawford „. 7557 

Dade 303:} 3069 

Dawson 4:i69 3856 

Decatur,- 15183 11922 

DeKalb, 10014 780?! 

Dooley 9790 8917 

Dougherty 11514 8295 

Early 6998 6149 

Echols 1978 1191 

Eftlngham, 4214 4755 

Elbert, 9249 1(M:« 

Emanuel, 6143 5081 

Fannin, 5129 5i:» 

Fayette 8221 7017 



6783 

7.^66 

Henrv, _ 10102 

H.uston, _ 20106 

Irwin 18:57 

Jackson, llisi 

J:usper 104:{9 

JellVrsou 1219-2 

Johnsou, 2961 

Jones 9i:« 

Laurens.— 7831 

Lee »5()7 

Liberty, 18912 

Lincoln 5413 

Lowndes,- 8:521 

Lumpkin, 6161 



11158 
52'27 
8000 
4485 

13756 



Macon, 

Madison, 

Marion.- 

Mcintosh, 

Merriwether,-... 

Miller, _ ;fil91 

Milton 42b4 

Mitchell WK« 

Monroe, 17213 

Montgomery, ... 3586 

Morgan, liXi96 

Murray, 6500 

Muscogee, 16663 

Newton, 14615 

Oglethorpe 11782 

Paulding,- 7fi:59- 

Pickens, 5317 

Pierce 2778 

Pike, 10905 

Polk, 7822 

Puliiski, 11940 

Putnam, 10461 

Quitman,. 4150 

Kabun, 3256 

Randolph, 10561 

Richmond 2.5i:r7 

Schley 5129 

Scriver,- 9175 

Spaulding, 10"3)5 

Aitifi Stewart, 14201 

o,u^i Sumter, 16.559 

l'4;J4:, Talbot ""'•' 

2^-^ Talialero,.... 

131(5 Tutnall,- .... 

11860 lil^^y''?'" 

14703, Tel/air 

769:{ Terrell,... 



11913 
4796 
4860 
7143 
3245 
9053 

17 158 
2780 

17t>32 
8545 
52«7 
94*3 



Thomas,.... 

Towns 

Troup 

Twiggs, 

Union, 

Upson, 

Walker 

Walton 

Ware 2-286 

Warren, 10.545 

Washington 15641 

Wayne 2177 

Webster 4677 



11038 



18G0.| COUNTIES. 1870. 

15195 White. 4606 

7749 WhitOeld, 101 17 

7:i9;{ Wilco-t, 24:59 

14427i Wilkes 1179»; 

6724'Wilkinson 9387 

'2A-i7 '" 

:i8S9 
10146 



:«I5 
10017 



12(.,. 
lillO 
59.16 

12UI4 

:{0:{'J 
137:51. 
6 1:57 

7805 
10702 



9:576 
2;ii3 



Worth 3778 

Totals,- 1194089 10678* 



0107 
6!WS 
7196 
8367 
5161! 
5249 



Illinois. 

Adams 5<i362 

Ale.xander,- 10.564 

Bond...: J31.52 

Boone 1-2942 

Brown, - 12-2o5 

Bureau 3-2415 

Calhoun, 6562 

1.561 1 Carroll 16705 

169.i:C;uss 10089 

10i05[Champaign 32738 

10743 Christian, 20;5'J3 

I0219;ciark 18719 

2919 Clay 15875 

Clinton,- 16-2*4 

Coles,- 2.5-2;{7 

Cook, 349!»70 

Crawford 1:5.8.89 

Cumberland, ... l'2-2-23 

De Kalb, 2.3265 

46-26 De Witt, 147.i.8 

8449 Douglas 13484 

59:53 DuPage, 16<W5 

'^."SW Edgar, 214-50 

J546 E:|\vard.s,„ 7565 

1-53:50 ElHngham 15(i.53 

1791 l.'avette, 193;« 

4<W2 Ford 9103 

Franklin, 126.52 

Fulton 38292 

Gallatin, lli;M 

Green.- 20277 

Grundv 149:18 

Hamilton 13014 

Hancock, 34461 

Hardin 5113 

Henderson 12-582 

Henry. - 3-5.507 

Iroquois, 2-5782 

Jack.son, 196.34 

Ja.sper. .- ir2;l4 

Jefferson,- 178fr4 

Jersey 1-5054 

Jo. Javiess, 27810 



4:50.s 

15953 
2997 
9997 
7083 

1(>5,84 

14320 

11-549 
70:58 
4951 
1973 

1007.S 
6-295 
8744 

101-25 
3199 
3271 
0571 

21-284 
4(5:5:5 
82:4 
8699 

13422 
9428 

1156 16 
458:5 
4:5-52 
.5<«)8 
271:5 
62:52 

10766 
2459 

16262 
8:520 
441: 
9910 

10082 

11074 
2-200 
93-20 

1-2698 
22t« 
5030 



11'248 



Johnson, - 

Kane 

Kankakee 
Kendall,... 

Knox, 

Lake 

La Salle, 60792 

Lawrence, 1-2-533 

Lee, 27171 

Livingston,- 31472 

Logan, ZW)2 

McDonongh, -... 26511 
.M c Henry, .... 

ML-Lenn, 

Macon, 

Macoupin,..., 

Madison, 

Marion, 

Marshall, 169-56 

Mason 16184 

Massac, 9-581 

Menard, 11735 

Mercer, 18769 

Monroe, 12982 

Montgomery,... 25:115 

Morgan 28463 

Moultrie 10:5S5 



245-52 
12:»9 
3J).5-2."» 
21014 



2:5762 
53!»88 
20'-.-22 
327-29 
44131 
20622 



412.3:1 

4707 

9815 

11678 

99:« 

20426 

5144 

117:53 

11:52.5 

146-29 

10492 

149rt7 

9:j:56 

10941 

n-2o;3 

1449.54 
11-551 
a311 
190S6 

108-20 
7140 
14701 
169-2-5 
.54.54 
7«16 
11189 
1979 
9:593 
33:5:58 
8055 
16093 
10379 
9915 
290)1 
3759 
9501 
20. «» 
12:5-2-5 
9.589 
83(54 
12!«>5 
1-2051 
2732-5 
9312 
.300S2 
15412 
i:J074 
28663 
18-2.57 
48:52 
9214 
17(551 
116:57 
14-272 
2IA)69 
?2(r>9 
2.8772 
1:57:58 
21602 
31-251 
127:» 
13157 
109:51 
6213 
9584 
1-5042 
l-2s:52 
1:5979 
22U2 
6:58-5 



* With Hoimps. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



101 



Illinois — C< 
COUNTIES 

Osle 

Peoria, 

P'-'-ry, „.... 

Piiilt, 

PikL'. 

Pope, 

Pulaski, 

PutiKim. 

Kuiidolph, 

£lichliuid._ 

Kock Island, „ 
St. Clair, 



ntlnucd. 



Kit. yii 

hiiUm 



.Sangamon, .... 

Scliuyler,- 

Scow, ...„ 

Sl»elby._ 

Siark,_ 

.Stephenson, 

Tiizewell,- 

Union 

ViTinitlion 

Wiibasli, 

\V:UT.-II 

Wa-!hington,_. 

Wayne, 

W»iite 

Whiteside, 

Will 

Williamson,.... 
Winnebasio, _. 
Woodford, , 



Totals, 2539B38 17119.51 



1870. 


ISfiO- 


27193 


228S> 


47540 


3(i001 


1372:1 


J1.552 


10!l.53 


fil27 


.'?()7(W 


27249 


in.i7 


6712 


8752 


3JM1 


CtCSO 


5.587 


•J0H.-)9 


1720.5 


r.i.so3 


9711 


29783 


21005 


^um 


376114 


12714 


9:».ti 


4ti;i54 


.32274 


17419 


14li84 


io-->.« 


JW«!I 


•2.7475 


14(n3 


10751 


9001 


30(>i« 


2.5112 


27903 


21470 


1(>".18 


11181 


30:«8 


19800 


8841 


7313 


2;JI74 


i8-»; 


17)!» 


i37;(i 


197.58 


12.'2 


1(>S46 


1240.i 


27iOS 


18737 


4:W13 


29:!2l 


173_'9 


122(r> 


2!t:{()l 


24191 


189.>« 


13282 



Indiana. 



Adams,...- 

Allen, 

Bartholomew,.- 

BrMiton. _ 

Blackford,..* 

Boone, 

Brown, _ 

Carroll - 

Caaa, ..._ 

Clarke 

Clay _... 

ClinUtn, 

Crawiord, 

Daviess,. 

Dearborn 24116 

Decatur, 

Oe Kalb. 17187 

Delaware, 190:W 



10382 
43494 
21i:{3 
5()1.5 
B272 
2-2593 
8t;8I 
16152 
24193 
21770 
10084 
17330 

y>ii 

1P747 



Dubois, 

KIkhart, 

Fayette„ 

Floyd 

Fountain, 

Franklin,- .. 

Fulton, 

Gibson, 

Grant, 

Green 

Hamilton,... 
Hancock,-... 

Harrison, 

Hendricks, 

Henry 

Howard, 



2!)32-5 
178G5 

2>09 

4122 
167.53 

6.507 
13489 
1«843 
20502 
12161 
14505 

8J26 
13.323 
2440»! 
17-294 
i:«80 
1.57.>{ 



12.597 

260-26 
10176 
2;j:W0 
1(V«9 
20.'23 
127-26 
17371 
18187 
19514 
208.82 
151-23 
J9<«13 
20-277 
22986 
15847 



COUiNTIES. 



La (irant^e, . 

Like 

La Porte, 

Jyawrence, .. 

Ma<lisou, 

Marion, 

Marshall, .... 

Martin, 

.Miami. 

Monroe, 

Montj^omerj 

Morgan 

XiWton 5829 

Noble,. 201S9 

Ohio, .._ .5837 

Onvofje, 13)97 



1870. 
14118 

27062 
14G28 
22770 
(m245 
20211 

mot 

2I0V2 
14168 
2.37C^5 
17.528 



Owen, 
Park*!, ... 
Perry, ... 

Pike, 

Porter.... 

Posey 

Pula.ski, 
Putnam, 



16137 
1S16!J 
14801 
13779 
I.«H2 
19185 
7.S02 
21514 



Itiiiidolph, 21iHi-l 

Ripley, 

Rash, 

St. Joseph,.-. 

Scott, - 

Shelby 

Spencer, , 

Stark 

Steuben 



20:t77 
176-26 
253-22 

7873 
21802 
17998 

3S8-S 
r2s.54 



Sullivan, 181-53 



Switzerland.. 
Tippecanoe, 

Tipton, 

Union, 

Vanderburg, 



1-2134 
3:r.lo 
119.53 
6341 
3311-5 



Vermillion 10.-^40 



Vigo _... 

Wabash, 

Warren, 

Warwick, 

Witsliington, 

Wavne, 

Wells 

White 



3:t549 
2i:W5 
10204 

i.^95 
34048 
!3>85 
105-54 



Whitley, 14:W9 

Totals,- 

Iowa. 

Adair 39S2 



Adams 

10394 Allamakee, . 
20it86|Appani>ose, .. 

10-2-25L\udubon,- 

20lf>;{|Bent()n 

1.5.56(; Black Hawk, 



4614 
17HK3 
16156 
1212 
22154 
21706 
14576 
1-25-.S 
17034 
1-5-8.5 
9051 
11 »2 
2451 
5464 
19731 
4722 



V- 



Huntington. 10036 

Jackson, 18974 

Jasper, 6>l4 

Jav .^ 15000 

Jefferson, 29741 

Jennings* „.- 16218 

Johnson 18366 

Knox 215)9 

Kosciasko _ 23-531 



19.549 Boone.-. 

9422 Bremer 

14-5:t: Buchanan 

1-579, B'.iena Vista, 

16011 Batler, 

I7310|Canioun,.- 

12.*«02i:arroll 

18.521 Ca-ss 

lH9-5:{ Cedar 

2yll9ic^rro Gordo, . 

12-V24 Cherokee 1967 

14867 Chickasaw 10180 

16286 Clarke, 8735 

4J91 Clav 1-523 

11399;ciayton 27771 

250:tti Clinton 35*57 

14749 Crawford. 2-5:10 

11854; Dal lius 12019 

160.56 Davis l->>«5 

17418. Decatur, 12018 



im). 
113r,(! 
91+5 
2-.»l9 

r.i>m 

ltK518 
:i9s.55 
1-27-2 

8995 
168.51 
128 47 
20.S&S 
16110 

2:?fi0 
14915 

5162 
1-2076 
1 1:.76 
1-V>;18 
1184 
1007 
10313 
1(1167 

.5711 
20!^SI 
1S997 
190.54 
16193 
184.>5 

7:«3 
19.5.;!» 
14.>>6 

210") 
10374 
1,51164 
1-2G98 
2.57-2( 

8170 

710! 
20V5-2 

94'2-J 
22-517 
17547 
100-57 
13-261 
17900 
29-5-58 
10844 

82-Vs 
I07:{o 



984 

lfi:« 

1-2-2.37 

11931 

454 

8406 

821 

42:^2 

491 

790!; 
57 

3724 



COUNTIES 

Delaware 

iJes Moines,.. 

DicMus(»n 

Dubuque 

Krnmetl, 

Favette, - 

Floyd 

Franklin,- 

Fremont, 

Greene 

(irundv 

(iuthrie, — 

Hamilton 

Haiicck. 

Hardin 

Harrison, , 

Henry, 

Howard 



1870, 
17432 
27-238 

1389 
38969 

1292 
16973 
10768 

47:K 
11174 

4627 

7061 

6065 

999 

!3(«6 

hft31 
2146:{ 

6-282 



Humboldt 2596 

Ida 226 

Iowa 16(>42 

Jackson. _ 22«i-20 

Jasper 22116 

Jelter.son,_ 178:«) 

Jnhn.son, - 24898 

Jones 19731 

Ke(»kuk,„- 19434 

Ko.ssuth 3;t51 

Lee 37210 

Lynn, 28785 

Li)Ui.sa, -... 12W59 

Lucas, 10288 

Lvon 21 

.Madison 1(!8.54 

Mahaska, 2508 



44:m 
l';076 
8717 
»5.s:i 

12724 
5934 

21(k88 
715 



Marion 

.Mi.rshall 

.Mills 

.Mitchell,- 

Mor)ooa, 

.Monroe 

Mi.nigonjery, 
.Mu-<catiue, - .. 

(J Bri.ii 

Osceola 

Page 9974 

Palo Alto 13.36 

Plymouth, 2199 

Pocahontas 1446 

Polk 27*57 

Pottaw.Httamie,. 16803 

Poweshiek, 15.581 

liintcgold. 5692 

Sac 1411 

.Scott, _ 3:i599 

Shelby 

.SjiiUX , 

St^)ry 

Tama 

Taylor 

Union, _ , 

Van Buren , 

Wapello, - 

Wurreii, 17982 

Washington, ... 189.52 
Wayne 11287 



2540 
576 
11651 
16131 
«,9.S0 
5986 
17672 
22.346 



147 Web-^ter. -. 



110-24 

19611 

180 

31164 

103 

1-2073 

3744 

l:;09 

5074 

1374 

793 

3a58 

1699 

179 

5440 

3'i2l 

18791 

3P>8 

3:f2 

43 

8029 

1S493 

9883 

1. 50:18 

17.573 

13271 
416 

2f>-2:c 

18047 
1(«70 
5766 



14816 
16813 
6015 
4481 
»109 



1-2.56 
16444 



10481 

28!!Winner»i<go 1562 

1612 Winneshiek, _... 2;i-570 

l-2949^Voodbury 6-252 

o| Worth, "' " 

.58 
4.336 

~ - ■ 1191802 674913 



54-27 

.52 

20723 

180:5» 

«83 

5241 



Wright 2392 

Totals,- 



4410 
132 
148 
103 

11625 



2S>23 

24(i 
25*59 
818 
10 
4051 
52S5 
.%599 
2012 
17081 
14-518 
10281 
142:i5 
6409 
2501 
l&S 
13942 
1119 
7-56 
65.^ 



Kansas. 



Allen 7023 

Anderson, 52-20 

13764JAtclii-on l.j.507 

Barbour (with Carley), 



2400 
77-29 



103 



Kansas — Continued. 
COUNTIES. 1S70. 

Burton,- _ 2 

Bourl)()ii 15076 

Brown,. CS24 

Butler 3iX& 

CbaSH 197.> 

Cherokee, 11038 

Clarke,* ^ -. 

Clay. 2iM2 

Cloud, l-f^^i 

Coffee, 6201 

CJomanche.* ~ 

Carleyflai., 1175 

Crawford, 8160 

Davis am 

Dickinson, 3043 

Doniphan Vm9 

Douglas -Mm 

KIlis 13313 

Ellsworth, _ 1185 

Ford.* 

Franklin,. 10385 

(Graham,* 

Greenwood, ;i4S4 

Gove,* 

Harper (with Carley), 

Ho<lgeaian,* 

Howard,..- 2794 

Jackson G053 

Jetrerson, 12526 

Jewell, 207 

Johnson 13684 

Kiowa,* ^ _ 

Labette, 9973 

Leavenworth ,_. 32444 

Lincoln, 516 

Linn, 12174 

Lyon _ 8<.v24 

Marion 768 

Marshall, 690: 

McPherson, 7;» 

Miami 1172.> 

Mitchell, 485 

Montgomery, ... 7564 

Morris, 22i5 

Nemeha, „ „. 73:i9 

Ness 2 

Neosho 10206 

Norton,*- 

Osage, 7(548 

Osborne :« 

Ottawa, 2127 

Pawnee, 179 

Phillips.* 

Pottawatomie,- 7848 

Pratt,* „... 

Reno,* 

Fepublic,- 1281 

Rice; „ 5 

Riley,..._ 51(6 

Rorkt>,«. 

Riwh.* _ 

Russell, 156 

Saline 42>6 

Sedgwick 1522 

Sliawiiee 13121 

Smitli 66 

Statrord, * 

SuniiuT,* 

Trego J66 

Wabaunsee 3:«2 

Wallace Sas 

Washington 4iWl 

Wilson 6bW 

Woodson 3-*>7 

Wyandott, 10019 

Totals 362872 



6101 
2607 
437 

SOS 



Kentucky. 

COUNTIKS. 1870. 
Adair 1106.5 



Allen, 10296 

Anderson, 5449 

Uallard 12576 

liarren,- 17780 

liath 10145 

, ., Boone 10696 

'"^Bourbon.. 14863 

Boyd,- &>73 

Boyle, 9)15 



2842 



Ii6:i 

378 



19:16 
4459 



4:i64 



Bracken 1H09 

Breathitt 5672 

Breckearidge,... i:i440 

Bullitt, 7781 

Butler 9101 

Caldwell, - 10^26 

Calloway, 9400 

Campbell _. 27406 

(Carroll, „._ 61»9 

•.i;d Carter, - 7oi^ 

•*>'«^|Casey 8881 

■■■"-„; Christian 2:r_'27 

"^^ Clark 108152 

Clay „ 8-2t)7 

Clinton, 6497 

Crittenden 9.'J81 

Cumberland. ... 7()90 

Daviess „ 20714 

Kdmondson, 4459 

Elliott,- 4433 

Ksti!l._ 91'.« 

Fayette „ 26656 

Fleming i;W)S 

Floyd _ 7877 

Franklin 153^1 

Fulton, 6161 

Gallatin, 5074 

Garrard 10;i76 

Grant l«-29 

Graves 19:f98 

GraysoQ, 11580 

Greene, _ 9379 

Greenup 1146:{ 

Hancock, 6591 

Hardin.- 15705 

Harlan 4115 

Harrison,- r29!« 

Hart 13iiS7 

Henderson, 18457 

Henry, Il0ti6 

Hickman 8453 

Hopkins, 13»27 

Jackson 4517 

JeiTerson, 118yiVJ 



12606 



633t; 



74 
2230 



770 
24;« 



1113 



1529 



1488 
2&K) 



* No popu'ation. 



Jessamine. _ 
John Bell,... 
.(ohnson,.... 

Kenton 

Knox 

La Rue 

Laurel 

Liiwrence, .. 

I^ee, 

Letcher 

Lewis,. 

Lincoln 

Livingston... 

Logan 

Lyon 

Madison, 

Magollin, 

Marion, 

Marshall,.... 

Mason 

McCracken, 

McLean, 

Meade. _ 

.Menitee, 



COUNTIES. 187a 1860 



lefin Melcalf, 7934 

^•^"'•! Monroe,. 92;.il 

9.'.0y M ontgomery, ... 7557 

91S7 Mor^-an _. 5«75 

7401 Muhlenberg 12(>« 

8»;"J2 Nelson 14804 

166651 Nicholas 91>» 

12H30hio Iw6l 

1119«. Oldham, 9027 

148G0Owen,- 14:VJ9 

WM^IOwslev 3889 

5):$ai' Pendleton i*)30 

11021 1 Perry - 4274 



863S 
3731 
7494 

8i« 
6016 

ai!i7 

3055 

4608 

9115 
10047 

S-200 
20429 

6-2:« 
19->4;J 

4684 
128;« 

9155 
18l-2(; 

7614 
91S5 
19-*; J 



49.SO 

i:52;ji. 

7-2ii9 
7927 
9318 
9!) 15 

20909 
6578 
^51 6 
6466 

21627 

114S4 
66')2 
5781 
8796 
734(1 

1.5549 
4645 

""cm 

22599 
12489 
6:}88 
12694 
5:117 
5056 
105:11 
8:>56 
162;{3 
7982 
8306 
8760 
62i:i 
15189 
5491 
13779 
1034S 
142(>J 
119111 
7008 
11.87. 

:jo.8' 

8!Ml>4 
9165 



Pike 9.562 

Powell,- 2599 

PulaskJ, 17670 

Robertson 5:1009 . 

Rockcastle 7145 

Rowan, 29in 

Russell 5809 

Scott 11607 

Shelby.- I.57;« 

Simpson.. 9.573 

.Spencer, 5056 

Taylor 8-iJ6 

rodd.._ 12HI2 

Trigg, 13686 

Trimble, 5577 

Uni<.n 13640 

Warren 21742 

Washington 12464 

Wayne 10602 

Wef>ster 109:i7 

Whiteley, 827.S 

WoUe 3603 

Woodford &J40 



5;{06 
25467 
7707 
6S91 



6745 
8.551 
78-59 
92:57 
10725 
1.5799 
iWW 
12209 
7283 
12719 
5:«5 
10413 

7.384 
2257 
17201 

"'5;iV3 

»)24 
14417 
1613:$ 
8146 
61 88 
7481 
11.575 
11051 
5880 
12791 
I7:i20 
11.575 
10i59 
7533 
7762 



11219 



Totals, 1321001 11*5684 



i:r2;{4 
f2926 
17817 
5114 
10636 
12675 
21714 
67:13 
4820 



Louisiana. 

.Ascension 11.577 

As.suniption 

Avovelles, 

Baton Ro'e(E.), 
Baton Ro'e(W.> 

Bienville, 

Bos.sier, 

(.:addo 

Calcasieu,- 

Caldwell, 

Cameron, 15»1 

Carroll, 10110 

Catahoula 8475 

Claiborne, 20240 

Concordia, 9'.)77 

DeSoto HW>2 

Feliciana (E.).... l^i>9 

Feliciana (W.).- 10498 

Franklin 6078 

Grant, 4.517 

Fberla 9012 

54-^ Iberville, - 12:il7 

76011Jackson 7IH6 

Ijelfei-son 17767 

;i904;Laravette 10;«8 

8:«>liI>afourc»ie - 14719 

10'i47l Livingston, 4UEi6 

72i:>| Madison, - 

19021 jMoorehonse 9:587 

5:5071 Natchitoches,.... 18265 

17207|Opelou.su8 

:«8.5'Orleans 191435 

1259;i| Ouachita, 115.52 

69S2!Plaquemine, . — 10>5» 

18222i Point Coupee...- 12961 

10:51 iOi Rapides, 

6144i Richland 

8898 Sabine,...- _. 



18015 
5110 
6156 



114.84 
1.5:179 
13167 
16(H6 
7312 

ivm 

11348 
12140 

5»-:8 

483:1 

"i'm-i 
1165: 

16848 

i:«<»5 
i.<2a8 

14097 
11671 
6162 



14661 
94<>5 
1.5372 
90; 13 
14044 
4431 
14i:« 
lo:«7 
16699 

174491 
4727 
W94 
17718 
25360 



....|St. Bernard. 3.5.53 



Mercer 13144 i:j701lSt. Charles. 



4867 



5828 
4076 
5297 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



103 



LoinsiANA — Ck)ntlnued. 
COUNTIKS. 1870. 1860. 

St. Helena, 542.3 71.30 

St. Jaine.s 101.53 1N99 

St. J. tne Bap't, 7930 

St. T^andrv, _ 24^M« 

8t Martin's «:<70 12fi74 

St. Mary's, i;J860 16816 

St. Tammany,... .V>8»; 6406 

T»ngipahe.- 7928 

Tensas 12421 1607S 

Terre Bonne,..._ ItMiJl 12091 

Union 1168i> 10.Wf> 

Verniilllon vm 4.324 

Washington 3;«0 4708 

Winn 4955 6876 

Totals, 732731 708002 

Maine. 

Androscoggin, .. 3.t885 29726 

Aroostook 2!«609 22479 

Cumberland, .... H'^rZO 7.T.591 

Franklin- 18H07 2(Ma3 

Hancock 36470 377".7 

Kennebec 5.3205 55(»o 

Knox 80822 32716 

Lincoln, 25597 27860 

O.Tlord 334S8 36tBs 

Penobscot 74rtn 72731 

Piscataquis 1440.3 ISOC 

Sairadahoc,- 1S.803 21790 

Somerset 31611 36753 

Waldo S4.5:« 38447 

Washington, 43;il3 4-2o.34 

York, 60174 62107 

Totals, 626463 628279 

Maryland. 

Alleghany,„ 38-536 26348 

Anne Arundel, 24457 2;{9t)0 

Baltimore, _ 3:»741 266553 

Calvert 9865 10447 

Caroline,- 12101 11129 

Carroll 28619 2453;{ 

Cecil 2.5874 238(i2 

Charles, 15738 1:{.5I7 

Dorchester 194.58 25461 

Frederick, 47.572 4ft591 

Harford,. 226ft5 2:i415 

Howard 14150 ISSJS 

Kent, 17102 13267 

Montgomery, ... 20.563 18:f22 

Prince George, . 21 133 2.3:127 

Queen Anne, 16083 1.5!K>1 

St. Mary's, „ 14944 1.5213 

Somerset, 18190 2-J99-' 

Talbot 161.37 147J.5 

Washington 34712 31417 

Wicomico, 1.5S02 

Worcester, 16419 20661 

Totals, 780806 6S7049 

Massachusetts. 

Barnstable .32774 .^5990 

Berkshire _ 648-27 55120 

Bristol 10-2886 9;r7<.M 

Dukes,.. 3787 4403 

Essex 200843 16.5611 

Franklin 3263.5 314.34 

Hampden 78409 57;J66 

Hampshire 44;J88 .37S2:i 

Middlesex 274;t53 216;t54 

Nantucket 4r23 6t/J4 

Norlolk. 89443 1099-50 

Plymouth 6o3<'i5 64768 



COUNTIES. 1870. 

Suffolk _ 270802 

Worcester 192716 

Totals,. 1457351 

Michigan. 

Alcona, 606 

Allegan, 32105 

Alpena,. 27.56 

Antrim, 1985 

Barry, 22199 

Bay, , 1.5900 

Benzie, .._ 2184 

Berrien a5104 

Branch,^ 26226 

Calhoun, - 36.569 

Cass 21094 

Charlevoix 17'24 

Cheboygan 2196 

Chippewa, 1689 

Clare .366 

Clinton, 22545 

Crawlbrd,* 

Delta _ 2441 

Eaton, . 25171 

Emmet 1211 

Qenest-e, 33900 

Gladwin,* 

Grad Traverse. 4443 

Gratiot 11810 

Hillsdale, 31684 

Hougliton,- i:j879 

Huron,. 90^19 

Ingham 25259 

Ionia 27681 

Isabella 4113 

Jackson. .„ 36047 

Josco, 3163 

Kalamazoo, 320-54 

Kalcosco, 4*24 

Kent 50403 

Keweena 4205 

Lake 548 

Lapeer 21345 

Leelenaw, 4816 

Lenawee, 45596 

Livingston, 193.36 

Macinaw 1716 

Macomb,. 27616 

Manitou,. 891 

Manistee 6074 

Marquette, 150-33 

Mason 3-263 

Mecosta 5642 

Menominee. .... 1892 

Michilima'nac,. 

Midland 3'2!t5 

Missaukee 130 

Monroe 27483 

Montcalm 136-29 

Montmorency,* 

Muskegon 14894 

Newaygo 7298 

Nicosia, 

Oakland 40867 

Oceana,. 7'222 

Ogemaw,. 12 

Ontonagon, 2845 

Osceola, 2093 

Oscoda.- 70 

Ostego,* 

Ottawa 266.51 

Presque Isle,.... 355 

Hoscommon,* . 

Saginaw, 39007 

Saint Clair,. 36661 

Sanilac 14562 

Schoolcraft,*. 

Shiawassee, .... 20858 

St. Joseph, 2627C 



18-5 
16087 
•290 
179 
13838 
3164 



COUNTIES. 1870. 

Tuscola 13714 

Van Buren 2s,S-28 

Washtenaw, 41434 

Wayne.. 119039 

Wessfbrd, 650 



1800 

4886 
1.5-224 
356ii6 
75547 



Totals,- 118429a 748131 



Minnesota. 

Altken 18 2 

Anoka, 3940 2106 

Be'-ker 906 386 

Bellraine, 80 „ 

22:^78 Benton „. 1553 827 

20981 Big Stone B4 

-29564 Blue Earth. .„... 17302 4803 

17721 Breck.nridge 79 

Brown 6396 2839 

517 Buchanan, _ 26 

IGOaCarJton 286 51 

Carver,. 11587 5100 

13916 Cass 184 150 

Chippewa, 1487 „ 

1172ChiHaKO, 4358 1743 

16476 Clav 92 

1149 Cottonwood, .... 534 12 

2249S Crow Wing, 200 269 

14 Dakota,. fl093 

12 6 Dodtre, 8.598 3797 

4042 DoutcliW ft Ol.,... 4579 ]!>-5 

25<)75 Fairibault _ u:J90 1.3:t5 

92:«l Fillmore 248S7 lSi>42 

3165; Freeborn, _ 10583 .S:«>7 

174a5iO<)odlme, 22618 8977 

16682. Grant.t 

1443 lleniupin 31566 124«9 

26671 Houston, _ 11661 6W5 

175 Isanto, 284 

24646 Itasca. 178 51 

Jackson,. 1825 181 

.'16716 Kandiyohi, 1760 76 

Kennebec, 93 :« 

Lake 1.^5 248 

14751 L-ac Qui Parie, .. 145 

2158 I>e Sueur,. 11607 6:^18 

38irJ McLeod. .51613 12«« 

16851 Maiiomin, i;s6 

Martin 13867 151 

22^43 Meeker, 6090 928 

1042 Mille Lac 1109 78 

975 Monongalia, 3161 asO 

2821 Morrison, 1899 618 

mi Mower 10147 3217 

Murray, 209 29 

Nicollet, myt 377.; 

19as Noble 117 35 

787 Olmsted, 19793 9524 

Otter Tall, 240 

2159:1 Pembina 64 1612 

3968 Pierce, n 

Pine 648 92 

3947 Pipe Stone,? 23 

27«I0 Polk.? _ 240 

970iPopef^^/ai., 2878.. 

36-261 Ramsey, 23081 i'2i.50 

1816 Redwood, 18'29 

Renville,. "24.5 

Hice 16983 7543 

Rock 2i:« .. 

Saint Louis 11.561 ""406 

Scott 11042 4595 

Sherburne, 2ft50 723 

26 Sibley, 6725 3609 

Stearns, 14206 4505 

12693 Steele 8271 2963 

26604 iSt€ven9,t_ 

7599 Todd. '""ix 

78;Toombs, 40 

12349 Traverse.! 

212621 Wabasha, ISSSB "7228 



4568 
27 



13-21; 



UnorgiDized. f Grant with Dougliw. % Stevens with Pope. § No popalatwn. f Traverse with Douglas and Pope. 



104 


EVENING JOUKNAL 


ALMANAC, 1871. 








Minnesota — 

COUNTIES. 

Wadina, .. . 


Continued. 
1870. 1800. 
6 


Misso 

COUNTIES. 
Adair. 


uri. 

1870. 
11449 
15i:i7 
8440 
12307 
ia373 
5087 
15960 
11322 
8162 
20765 
3a350 
4293 
11390 
19-202 
6108 
17.558 
17445 
19-296 
14.55 
»174 
19i;» 
6707 
13667 
15.564 
14063 
10-292 
20692 
7982 
8683 
8:i83 
14410 
98.58 
63.57 
3915 
5982 
30008 
10093 
11607 
21549 
iayJ7 
146;J.5 
17401 
64;52 
llft52 
17-2:« 
4218 
6278 
5.5041 
149-29 
15;}80 
24649 
10974 
9380 
22623 
l.-U)67 
15114 
11073 
I.-)!I00 
16041 

5849 

5915 
2-2504 

5-_>-2<{ 
ll.-).57 

6616 

* 

UXVi 
17149 
104ft5 
8434 

ii:«9 

1-2821 
14751 

:«.S7 

10793 

2059 
9877 


1860. 


COUNTIES. 

Pettis 

Phelps 


1870. 
.. 18706 
.. 1U506 
.. 23076 
.. 17.330 
.. 1-244.5 
.. 4714 
... 11217 
.. 10510 
.. 15908 
.. 18700 
.. 3756 
.. 3175 
.. -21.304 
... 6742 


1860 
ft392 
6714 

18417 

18350 
9995 
3835 
9-207 
8502 

11407 

14092 
3173 
3747 

16.5-23 
6812 
?249 
8029 
190524 

14699 
6<i97 
8873 
5^7 
2284 
7301 
7877 
2400 
9198 
3576 
6067 
4850 
8839 
9723 
56-29 
7099 








Waseca 

Washington, 
Watonwan, ... 
Wilkin, 


.. 78&4 

... 11810 

... 242fi 

295 


2601 
6123 


8531 *''Ke 

118.50 Platte, „.. 

4649 Polk,: > 

2^5 Pulaski 

T^t Putnam, 




Atchison, 

Audrain, 

Barry, 








Winona 

Wright 

Totals, 

Missi 
Adams, _ 


.. 22318 
.. M57 


9208 
3729 




Barton, 

Bates, 

Benton, 

Bollinger 

Boone, 

Buchanan, 

Butler, 

Caldwell, 


1817 
7215 
9072 
7371 

19486 

23861 
2891 
5a34 

17449 
4975 

1.5.547 
97(53 
9794 
1235 
6637 

1-2.562 
.5491 

11(W4 

i:W23 
7848 
9697 

17.3.5C 

58-2;i 

7072 
5892 
9606 
.5-224 
56-i4 
2414 
50-26 

1808.5 
8727 

11980 

13186 
78.87 

10026 
98(!6 
47a5 
6.5.50 

1.5!>46 
3160 
5842 

228% 
6833 

10344 

14«>44 

87-r 

5182 
20098 

8846 
12-286 
14210 


Ralls, 

Randolph, 

Ray, 

Reynolds 

Riplpy. - 

St. Charles,-... 
St. Clair 




... 435.511 

ssippi. 

... 14774 
.. 10431 . 


172123 
20165 




St. Francois,... 
St. Genevieve, 

St. Louis. 

Saline, 


.. 9741 

.„ 8384 
.. 3oim 
.. 21672 
.. 7987 
.. 10676 
.. 7317 
.. 2339 
... 10119 
.. 8535 
.. 32.53 
.. 11908 
.. 4407 
.. 9618 
.. 11246 
.. 9(i73 
.. 11719 
.. 6068 
.. 10434 
.. 5004 - 
.. 5684 








12:i;tf! 
14169 
10471 
9518 

22o:» 

10126 
15722 
15679 
10771 

6606 
15398 

4408 
23336 

8265 

22;k 

■■ 3139 
4819 
3i:«9 
17791 
7831 
17695 
41-22 
11007 
1534!) 

3.32;i 

11682 
161-2.5 
13313 
9213 
93-24 

"236-i5 
23;<82 

4686 
2882;i 
21283 

a343 

9661 
20667 
12977 
13794 

2606 

lll-iD 

22113 






Attala 

Bolivar, 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Chickasaw,-.. . 
Choctaw, 


.'." ""97^ 
.. IO06I 
.. 21^7 
.. 19S99 


Cape Girardeau, 
Carroll 




Schuyler, 




Cass, 

Carter, 

C«dar 

Chariton 

Christian, 

Clark, 

Clay 


Scotland 

Scott 




Shelby,- 

Stoddard 

Stone, 




Claiborne, 


.. i:»86 
.. 750.5 
.. 7144 
.. 20608 
.. 4753 




Clark, 

Coahoma, 

Copuih 

"Covington, 

De Soto 




Sullivan, 

Taney,— 




Cole 


Texas 

Vernon, 




Cooper, 

Crawford,. 

Dade 

Dallas 

Davie.ss, 

DeKalb 




Franklin 


., 7498 
.. 2C:i8 
.. 10571 . 
.. 42:i9 
.. 5795 
.. 26798 
.. 19370 
..- 0887 
.. 7812 
.. 4362 






Washington, - 
Wayne, 




Grenada. _ 

Hancock,. 




Webster. .. 




Worth, 




Hinds 


Dent 


Wright, 


45t)S 




Holmes,..- 

Issaquina 

Itawamba,-... 
Jackson, 


Douglas,- 

Dunklin, 

Franklin.- 

Ga.sconade, 

Gentry, 

Green,.- 

Grundy, 

Harrison,- 

Henry, 

Hickory, 

Holt - 

Howard, _ 

Howell,- 

Iron 


Totals,- 

Nebr 

Adams 

Black Bird,-... 
Buffalo, 


..1711796 1 

aska 

19 . 

31 - 
193 
.. 2847 
.. 1256 


182012 




Jasper, 

Jefferson, 

Jones,- 

Kemper 


.. 10884 
.. 13848 
... 3313 








114 

27 

41 

3369 

246 

""ibh 

6f7 

819 
16 
2A7 
309 
4328 

■'"353 

■■■■421 

16 

116 

■"'528 
122 
474 
153 
152 




Lafayette 

Lauderdale,.... 


.'.' "13462 


Burt, 

Butler. 




Calhoun 




Leake.. _ 

I.>ee, 

Lincoln, 

Lowndes, 

MadLson, 

Marion, 


.. 15955 
... 10184 . 
.. 30502 
.. 20948 
... 4211 


Ca.s3, 

Cedar 


.. 8151 

.. io;j2 

190 - 
.54 
.. 14-24 - 
.. 12;{4o 
.. 2040 

103 
-. 1345 
.. 4-12 
.. 19982 
.. 238- 

'.'. 26 - 




Cheyenne 




Jackson 


Clay 




Jasper 


Colfax 




Jeflfierson,- 


Cuming, 




Marshall, 

Monroe, 

Neshoba 


... 29416 
.. 22632 

■.".* "*9807 
... 20905 

:." "12112 

... 2694 
... 11303 

".'. ""9U7 
12977 






Knox, 

Laclede 

Lafayette, 

Lawrence, 

Lewis 

Lincoln, 

Linn, 






nixon ... 




Dodge 




Noxubee _ 

Oktibbeha 

Panola, 


Douglas 




Fort Randall, 




Perry, 

Pike 

Pontotoc, 

Prentiss, 


91)2 
7417 
14346 
5664 
4<K)1 

4a'.8 

9:<00 


Franklin, 




Livingston, 

Macon, 

Madison, _ 


Gage, 


.- 473 
.. 484_- 




(Jrant 








13635 

8i:«> 

6080 
7S38 
5019 
7890 
2ii50 
24149 
4366 
20696 
15679 
3691 
159:« 
9811 
16952 
22.373 


Maries,- 

Marion,- 

McDonald, 

Mercer, 

Miller 


Hall 


.. ia57 




Scott, 

Simpson 

Smith 


.. 7848 

.„ 5718 

7126 


Hamilton, 


.. 130. 






.- 631 _ 
9- 




Jacksf)n, 




Sunflower,. .. 
Tallahatchie, 

Tippah 

Tishomingo.-. 

Tunica 

Warren 




6812 
4^59 
10 -24 
1 17.8.5 
97I.S 
8202 
5<-,54 
9319 
5-252 

7879 
2-147 


Jefferson, 


... 2446 - 




... 7852 
... 2072/ 

;: -5358 
... 26765 


Mississippi,- 

Moniteau, 

Monroe 




... 34'29 










Kearney 


58 
.. 7074 




Montgomery, ... 

Morgan, 

New Madrid 




L'EuuQuiCou't 261 
Lincoln, 17 _ 




Wasliington, . 

Wayne 

Wilkinson,-.. 


..- 14569 
.- 4206 

.■.- "mi 

..- 13254 






78 - 


■"109 

■3139 

22 

4211 








.- im t 
... 5.57 




Oregon,- 

Osage, 

Ozark 

Penlscot, 

Perry, 


;jrerrick 




Yalabusha,...". 
Yazoo. . . . 


Monroe 

i Nemaha 


... 2;« . 

.- 7593 

8 

... 12345 




Totals, 





296*^1 'Miuv^l la 




... 627117 


791305 


9128 


lotoe 





With New Madrid and others. 



t Included with Platt«. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



105 



Nkbkasra — Continued. 

(X)UNTIE5J. 1370. 1 

Pawnee 2(>:}7 

Pierce 103 

Platte, 18!>9 

Polk, 136 

Ricliardson 97S0 

Siiliiio, 3108 

Sarpy 2)13 

yaunders - 4o47 

Seward, 2»93 

Shorter, 



19 

28;!,: 

39 

mi 



I COUNTIES. 
'Occaii 

Passaic,. 

jSalem, 

iSomerset, 

Su.s.sex, _ 

Union, » 

Warren, 



1870. 18G0. 
ISKW 11176 
4(vll6 2!Nil3 



117 



Stanton.™ _ 

Taylor. „ 

VVasliington,...- 

Wavne - 

Webster, 

York, 

Pawnee, Ind. R. 
Winnt'bago. " 
Territory (unor- 
gtmizt'd into 
counties) in 
the north- 
western por- 
tion of the 
State - 



lt>37 _. 

197 _. 

4452 

9 _. 

16 _. 

eo4 -. 

44 _. 
34 -. 



Ne 

Carson _. 

Ciuirchill, ... 

Douglas, 

Kiko 


jvac 


la. 

""mt 

1215 
3447 


Esmeralda,. 
Humboldt, _ 


1.53 
1916 

2815 


Lincoln, 

Lyon, 

Ni-e 

Ormsby, _... 
Pah Ute, -... 


:.::: 


222;i 
1837 

1087 
3tif)3 
762 


Roop „. 

Storev, 

St. Mary's,- 
Washoe,.-... 
White Pine, 





133 
113^>9 

"soiii 

7189 



Totals, 42491 035: 

New Hampshire, 



Belknap 

C:irroll 

Cheshire, 

Coos 

Graiton 

Hillsborough,... 

Merrimack 

Rockingham, ... 

Strafford 

Sullivan, _ 



i76.Sl 
llVil 
272'55 
149.32 
39103 
64238 
421-.1 
47293 
30212 
18^)8 



18519 

20165 

27431 

13161 

42-260 

02140 

41408 

501 

31193 

19041 



23940 
2;i.510 

aiio8 

41SIJ5 277HI) 
343 18 284:W 



224.58 
22057 

2;i.S4ti 



Totals, 905794 67203.) 



New York. 



Totals 318300 32607 



New Jersey. 



Atlantic, 

Bergfn,„ 

Burlington, . 
Camden,..- ... 

Cape May 

CHimberland. 



14093 
30142 

5.{(;;« 

460:« 
8'{19 

34<)tt.5 
14;»4S 

Gloucester 21-562 

Hudson 129068 

Hunterdon 36963 

Mercer,- 4tti86 

Middlese.x 

Monmouth 46196 

Morris,- ™ 43137 



11786 
2161.S 
497:10 
.•M457 

7i;« 
rum 

9SS77 
18444 
«-27r7 
3:ia54 
37419 
34812 
39346 
34o77 



Albany, 

Alleghany 

Broome 

Cataraugus, 

Cayuga 

Ciiatauqua, 

Chemung, 

Chenango, 

Clinton, 

Columbia, , 

Cortland, _ 

Delaware 

Dutchess, 

Erie, 

Essex, 

Franklin,. 

Fulton,- 

(ienesee, 

Greene,-.. 

Hamilton 

Herkimer,— 

Jetterson 

Kings, 

Lewis, 

Livingston.- 

Madison, _ 

Monroe 

Montgomery, ., 

New York 

Niagara, 

Oneida, 

Onondaga, _. 

Ontario, 

Orange, 

Orleans,' 

Oswpgo,- 

Ousega 

Putnam,... 

Queens 

Rensselaer, 

Richmond, - 

Rockland, 

•St. Lawrence, ., 

Saratoga. - 

Schenectady, „. 

Schoharie, 

Schuiler,- 

•Seneca,- 

Steuben. _ 

.SufT(.lk 

Sullivan. _ 

Tioga,. 

Tompkins, 

Ulster, 

Warren, 

Washington,.... 

Wayne.- 

Westchester, .. 

Wyoming, 

Yates, 

Totals,- 



l3:v?.-.2 
40814 
44107 
43909 
59)49 
59328 
3V281 
4058.3 
4.S023 
. 47044 
25174 
42973 
74104 

178695 
2904 i 
30271 
27064 
31608 
31S.T2 
2! WO 

;»9;{2 

fi.5415 
419926 
28/00 
38310 
435-22 
117867 
34457 
922531 
.501:50 
110009 
104144 
4.5108 
80901 
2768!) 
77942 
48969 
154-20 
7:{.S04 
995)0 
3:»29 
•2.5213 
848-i5 

si.-.-.'g 

21.347 
3:«40 
l».'iS9 
27826 
67717 
4«!)60 
34546 

:io.^73 

3:^180 
&1075 
22.591 
49.570 
47711 
132228 
29162 
19:595 



ii:mi 

41t>81 
3.590( 
4:i8S< 
5.576: 
584-2-.' 
26917 
40931 
457:i;) 
47172 
2ii-29l 
4246.5 
6494 

J4197I 
2«214 
3083 
241(i 
32189 
Zl'.m 
:i024 
40-561 
6H82". 

27912: 
28.56(1 
:i9.54(i 
4:«4r, 

lOOiMv 
308i)ti 

8i:J6(i!l 
5o:{9!i 

105'2<T2 
9068* 
44.56:5 
6;{S12 

2>«7i: 

7.-.95,s 
50157 
14002 
57:191 
8<W2S 
2.549: 
22492 
8:^6■^9 
517-29 

20O;;2 

34469 
18810 

66690 
4:«75 

:?2.tt5 

28748 
31409 
463 SI 
21434 
45904 
47762 
994!)7 
SVMii 
20290 



4314411 388073.5 



North Carolina. 

Alamance 11874 11852 

Alexander r>868 6022 

.\lleghany, 3^r)7 *5U0 

Anson,. 121-23 13<)(M 

Ashe 9573 7953 



COUNTIES. 


1870. 


1860. 


Beaufort.- 


130.54 


14766 


Bertie, 


1-29.50 
12831 


14310 


Bladen 


11995 


Brunswick 


7754 


8406 


Buncombe 


15412 


1-2654 


Burke, 


9777 


9237 


Cabarras, 


119.54 
8476 


1 0.546 


Caldwell 


7497 


Ciinidt-n 


5:i61 
9510 


5313 


Carteret,- 


M86 


Cms well 


16081 


16215 


Catawba, 


10984 


107-29 


Chatham 


1972;i 


19101 


(;hfr(jkee, 


bO80 


9166 


Chowan 


6450 
2463 


6842 


Clay, - 




Cleveland „ 


12696 


1-.J348 


Columbus, 


8474 


a5.97 


Crav.n,- 


20516 


16-2ILS 


Cumberland 


:70i5 


16:ft)9 


Currituck, 


5131 


7415 


Dane.- 


2728 




Davidson 


17-,»6 


wm 


Davie 


9820 


8494 


Duplin 


1.5542 
22970 


15784 


Edgecombe 


17376 


Forsyth 


13050 


l-2<i92 


Franklin — 


14i:i4 


14107 


Ga-ston, 


12602 


9307 


Gates .. 


77-24 
24831 


8443 


Granville, 


2;«9(i 


Greene,- 


8637 


79-25 


Guillord 


21736 


20a56 


Halilax 


20407 


19442 


Harnett, 


8895 


80.39 


Haywood 


7921 


5.801 


Henderson 


7<06 


10118 


Hertford..- 


9273 


9504 


Hyde . 


6445 


7732 


Ired.ll,- 


16931 


15347 


.lackson, 


66«3 


5515 


.Johnson, _... 


141.58 


1.56.56 


Jones, 


5002 


5730 


Lenoir, - 


10434 


10-2-20 


Lillington, 




6286 


liincoln, 


9573 


8195 


.M:lCon,- 


6615 


6004 


Madison,- _ 


8192 


5908 


Martin.. 


9647 


10195 


McDowell, 


7592 


7120 


Meckk-nburg,... 


14-299 


17374 


Mitchell. - -. 


470". 




Montgomery, 


71,S7 


7649 


Moore 


12010 


11427 


Nash 


11077 


11687 


New Hanover,- 


27.78 


1.54-29 


Northaiupton,- 


14749 


13372 


Onslow 


7.569 


8856 


Orange 


17507 


16947 


Pasquotank. 


8131 


8940 


Perquimans, 


7945 


7'2:« 


Person. 


11170 


11221 


Pitt 


17276 


16U80 


Polk.„. 


4319 
17.5.55 


4043 


Randolph 


16793 


Richmond,- 


12882 


11009 


Rob.^'son.- 


i:i25i 


15439 


Rockingham, ... 


1.5710 


16746 


Rowan — 


16811 


145.89 


Rutherford, 


13121 


11.573 


Sampson,- 


16436 


16624 


Stanly, 


8315 


7801 


Stokes,. 


11208 


10402 


-^urry 


lli52 


103»0 


Transylvania,... 


a5.36 




Tvrrel. 


4173 

12218 


4944 


Union. 


11202 


Wake 


a5617 


28627 


Warren 


1776S 


157-26 


Washington,-... 


ft516 


6.^57 


VVn-rjiuga 


5-287 


4957 



14 



106 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



North Uarouina— Cont'd. 

COUNTIES. 1870. 1860. 

Wayne, 1«144 

WUkes, 15-i;w 

Wilson 12-iW 

Yadkin, 10(497 

Yancey, o'JOO 



107 M 
8G.> 



COUNTIES. 187a 

Ross 37(«7 

Sandusky, 25."j(>4 

Sciotii 2y.!t« 

..._ 2074)* 



i4oa-> 

"«i.1^en.c.a 
^-" Shelby 



Totals,. 10tJo5u5 9»3«22 



Ohio, 

Adams, 20750 

Allen 2.ifi2:i 

Ashland 21t>:« 

Ashtabula, ;fi">l8 

Athens 21872 

Auglaize, 200W 

Belmont, 39715 

Brown, - a)803 

Butler,_ - 39912 

Carroll, — 14491 

Champaign, 24188 

Clark 32070 

Clermont,- 34209 

Clinton, 21915 

Columbiana, ..._ 38299 

Coshocton, 2;JWX) 

Crawford — 2*>5<> 

Cuyahoga, i;{2012 

Darke 32i:U 

Defiance 15719 

Delaware, 25175 

Erie 28188 

FairHeld 31i:» 

Fayette, 17170 

Franklin, 63019 

Fulton, „ 17789 

Gallia — 25545 

Geauga _ i:«)(59 

Greene, - 280i2 

Guernsey, 23798 

Hamilton.- - 260370 21(^10 

Hancock, 2;i847 -iwwi 

Hardin_ - 18714 

Harrison, 18«82 

Henry 14028 

Highland, 29103 

Hocking 17925 

Holmes, 1S178 

Huron _. 2-532 

Jackson 21759 

Jefferson, 29188 

Knox 26.333 

Lake 15935 

Lawrence, 313S0 

Licking, 36122 

Logan 2:i028 

Loraine, :w.303 

I Lucas „.. 46783 



2a*«« 
19185 
22951 
31SU 
21.'«>4 
17187 

,36:m 

299.58 
3.58 iO 
157:^8 
22<J98 
25300 
330:« 
214(>1 
32831 
25a32 
2:»S 
780;« 
2r)009 
11S86 
2;fiH)2 
24474 

1.59;15 

5o:i6i 

14043 
2204:: 
1581 ; 
26197 
24474 



13570 
19110 
8901 
27773 
17057 



Stark 52.5(VS 

Summit *1674 

Tnuiibull 38«i.59 

Tusc:irawa«, 33840 

Uiiioii 187:«) 

Van Wert 15824 

Vinton, 15027 

Warren, 2«i690 

Washington 40609 

Wavne 3.^«2 

Wifliams, 2»»99l 

Wood 24596 

Wyandotte 18554 



3074 
445 

346«; 
49S 
5*. 



Totals, 2662214 2339511 

Oregon. 

Baker, - 2804 

Benton, 4584 

Coos,..„ 1644 

Clackamas 5993 

Clatsop 1254 

Columbia 863 

Curry 504 

DouKlas, _ 6066 

Grant _ 2251 

Jackson. _ 4778 .37:^6 

Josephloe 1204 162:j 

Lane 6426 4780 

Linn, 8717 67 

Marion 9!)66 7088 

Multnomah, _... 11510 4150 

Polk - 4700 302.5 

Tillamook, 408 95 

Umpqiia, _ 

Undatilla, 2916 - 

Union, _ 25.52 _ 

Wa.sco, „... 2509 i(»9 

Washington, 4261 2801 

Yam Hill, 5012 .3245 

Totals - 90922 52465 



18<-.0.| COUNTIES. M70. ISflO. 

.V)(i71 Indiana, 36138 S36S7 

214'«4..Ien\rson, 21656 18270 

24297 Juniata, 17:190 lti986 

aOH^WLanr-Jwter 121340 116314 

1749:!l Lawrence 272?»3 22909 

42<»78 Lebanon, 34096 31831 

27344 L.'h is h,„ 56798 43753 

3lK>.j6 Luzerne 160737 90244 

:r.MtW Lycoming, 47629 37399 

l(J.->07 McKean, 8825 8859 

102:« Mercer, _ 49979 

13(ai Mifflin 17508 

26902 Monroe 18362 

,36268 Montgomery, ... 81772 

32J.H3 Montour 1.5;«4 

1663:5 Northampton, „ 614.33 

17886 Northumberl'd, 41449 

15.596 Perry 25486 

Philadelphia 

Pike 

Potter 11265 

Schuylkill 109669 

Snyder „.. 1.5<;(/7 

Somerset 28228 

Sullivan 6191 

Susquehanna,... 37.524 

Tioga 3.5100 

Union, 1.5565 

Venango,- 479.35 

Warren ^ 23897 

Washington,-... 48183 

Wayne,- 33188 

Westmoreland,. 58720 

Wyoming 14585 

York, 76216 



Madison 156:« 

Mahoning :110<)1 

Marion, _ 16184 

Medina, 200!« 

Meigs 311(a 

Mercer 1?2.54 

Miami 3^2740 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow. 

Muskingum.. 
Noble 



36856 
16340 
167.58 
70-500 
1.'«I53 
47904 
28922 
22798 
674022 5U5529 
M.36 7155 
114 o 
89510 
1.50.35 
26778 
56:17 
36267 
31044 
1414.5 
2.5043 
19190 
46S05 
S2239 

s^m 

12540 



Pennsylvania.. 




Adams. .3(.315 


2800(i 


Allegheny, 2fi-2;l73 


178731 


Armstrong 4.3:«2 


a>797 


Beaver 361.50 


29140 


Bedford, 29t'»;J5 


2673(i 


Berks 1(M;739 


93«18 


Blair 38051 


2782!> 


Bradford,- 5:«)4 


4s7:M 


Bucks 64:i45 


&3o78 


Butler 3()510 


a5594 


Cambria, 30.569 


29155 



29616 
17941 
26115 
2773.5 
1.5.576 
2;J249 
:i7011 
20!«>6 
29744 

2.58;n 

13f)15 
2.5891 
15190iCami'ron,-.., 



Totals,- »499248 2906115 

Rhode Island. 

Bristol, : 9421 8907 

Kent 18.595 17303 

Newport, 20050 21896 

Providence, 149193 107799 

Washington, 20097 18715 



Totals, 217356 174620 



South Carolina. 



Abl>eville 31120 

Anderson 24049 

Barnwell 36844 

Beaufort, 40511 

Charleston, 

Chester 18805 

Chesterfield „. 



Ottawa 

Paulding,- 

Perry 

Pickaway, 
Pike, 



25780 
63S!)7 
2»3(!3 

418S7 
19919 
132.55 
8544 
184.53 
24875 
1.5441 



2i')l7 
26.531 
141(W 
299.59 
25741 
5-2230 



Carbon,-..., 

Center, _ 

Che.-4ter, 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

Clinton 



2119 Columbia 



4273 
2H144 
34401 
7780(i 
2G060 
25740 
-23-211 
'287WJ 
(;.'{791 
4.3912 
60736 



Portage 24577 

Preble 21809 

Putnam 1708:1 

Richland 32516 



20415 Crawford 

44416 Cumberland.-.. 

20751 Dauphin 

7016 Delaware, 39403 

4945 Elk 818.S 

19678 Erie 65972 

2:il69' Favette 43284 

i:{t>43 Forest 4010 

'24208 Franklin 45365 

21320; Fulton, 9360 

12808 Greene,- 2.5887 

311581 Huntington 30995 



2ioa< 

27000 

74.578 

2498S 

187.59 

1 

2"X)i>5 

48755 

467.56 



Colleton, „. 
Columbia, 
Darlington 
Edpefi<-ld 



^014 
9298 
22:»1 
4-2486 



823*5 
22873 
30743 
40053 
70100 
18122 
118.34 
1.3095 
41916 

"2««5i 



Fairfield 22111 



Georgetown, 16161 

(jre<nville. 20015 

Horry !0721 

Kersb.iw 117.54 

Lancaster, 1'2087 

I^urens - 22536 

Lexington, 

Marion,- 

3ft-,97 Marlboro' 11814 

.5915 Newberry, 17»*3 

4«M:<2 Oconee " 

;W909 Orangeburg,. 
898 Piekf^ns, 

42126 Richland,-.... 
9131 Spartanburg 

24;m Sumter, 2.5"268 

28100 Union 19-248 



10536 



18727 

25784 



21.305 
21892 
7962 
13080 
11797 
23858 
15579 
21190 
12431 
20879 

248r« 
1%:» 
18:«7 
26919 
238.59 
196:i5 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



107 



South Carolina — Cont'd, i COUNTIES. 187a 

COUNTIEH. 1870. 1800. Sullivan nvM 

Williamsburgh, 1.5489 1548« 



ISfiO.i 



York 12-148 'ZibOr. 

Totals, 703708 



7068 
21.>81 

8463 

44.59 
13270 
11701 

6712 



17137 
7124 

72r->s 

1W43 
1O108 



Anderson, ... 

Angeline 

^rcht'r, 

Atascosa, 

9b89jAustin. _ 

34fK), Bandera, 

470.5-51 Biistrop, 



Tennessee. 

Anderson, 8704 

Bedford 24:«4 

Benton, 8J:M 

Blfdsoe, 4>i70 

Blount, „ 14237 

Bradley, 11G.52 

Campbell, 7+45 

Cannon, IftVn! 

Carroll, 19447 

Carter, 7V^<)9 

Cheatham, „ 6<i78 

Claiborne ftfcJl 

Cwke, 124-58 

Coin-e 102:i7 

Cumberland, 3461 

Davidson, 62898 

Decatur, 7776 

DeKalb lUij 

Dickson 9940 

Dyer 13706 

Fayette, 2<i86.5 

Fentress, _ 4717 

Franklin,- 14970 

Gibson, „ '2.5<;70 

(Jiles, 32413 

Grainger 12461 

Greene 21668 

Grundy. 32.51 

Hamilton, 17341 

Hancock 7143 

Hardeman,- 177fi9 

Hardin, 11770 

Hawkins 1.5848 

Haywood, 2.509.5 

Henderson, 14219 

Henry.- 20.*?82 

Hickman 98-56 

Humphrey 9:{.:6 

Jackson 12-586 

Jetrerson, 19176 

Johnson, _ 58.52 

Knox 28994 

Lake 2428 

Lauderdale, 108:58 

Lawrence 7(K)0 

Lewis 1986 

Lincoln, 28051 

McMinn, _ i;<!)«9 

McNairy, 12726 

Macon, - 6«33 

Madison,- 2:i5.50 

Marion, 6866 

Marshall,- 1H207 

Maury, 36286 

Meigs 4511 

Mcnroe, 12589 

Montgomery, ... 24708 

Morgan, 2969 

Obion 15608 12817|Erath 

Overton..... ioos<> 12637 Falls 



-funnier, 23711 

Tipton 14884 

Union 7w>5 

V an Buren, 2725 

Warren 12715 

Washington i«;ii8 

Wayne, io209 

Weakly, 207.55 

White B228 

Williamson 2.5352 

Wilson, 2.5884 



Totals 1257983 



Texas. 



15087 
649 



1082 



Bayler, 

B<-e 

Bell, 

Be.xar 

Bexar District, ] 

Blanco,- 

Bowie " 

Bosque ..' 

Brazoria, 7.528 

Brazos 

Brown, „ ." 

Buchanan, ,' 

Burleson,- 

Burnett '.... . 

Cald-well ZZ 

Calhoun, 

Cameron 10999 

Cass 

Chambers, 1503" 

Cherokee, 

p.'^y-w .' 

Coleman, 

Collehan ', 

Collin 

Colorado, 8:C6 

Comal, 5283 

Comanche,- 

Concho,- *' 

Cook 

Coryell,- 

Dallas ;. 

Davis 

Dawson, 

7290, Denton, 

21-5:15; De Witt sih 

6190:Demniit 8/J6 

14-592 Duval 

32498 Ea.stland ..' ". 

4687 Edwards, , •■" 

12«->07|Ellis, 7514 

20895 El Paso 

.%53 Ensinal, " 



0276 
10.573 

998 

mj:v, 
24:f. 

60-54 
13848 
21777 
26I0(i 
109(i2 
19-001 

3093 

i:{2.v> 

7020 
177G9 
11214 
16162 
192:fJ 
15191 
19i;j:! 

9.112 

90i)fl 
1172-5 
1604;! 

5018 
22813 



7.559 
9320 
2241 
228-2S 
13.5.5-3 
147:« 



lo:«8 
4-271 

'"i578 

101. ■» 

3!(9 

7006 



479!) 
14454 

"'i'28'l' 
Sft52 
2005 
7143 
r7( 
244 

2;jt 

56.S: 
248; 
4481 
2tAl 
60: 
8411 
1.51) 
120!).s 
10; 



9(i24 

^88.5 

4o;ju 

709 



1.536 

1(M2 

72 



&52 
1379 



Perry 

Polk 

Putnam 

Rhea 

Roane 

Robertson. 
Kutherlbrd, 

Scott 

Sequatchie,. 

Sevier, 

Shelby 

Smith 



69 J6 

7:i69 

8698 

48-54 

15623 

16166 

3:fi89 

4a54 

2:{;i.5 

11028 

76:578 

1.5994 

Stewart, 12019 






60»2| Fannin 

872fi Favette 

a5.5s Fort Bend. . 

4!«M Free Stone,, 

I.r>.s:; Frio 

l-52tM Galveston,.. 
27V1S Gillespie, -.. 

a519, Goliad 

2120 Gonzales, .. 

91 2 Gravson, 

4H))92(j rimes 

lfi:t.57 Guadalupe.., 

9896| Hamilton .. 



15290 8-. 



COUNTIES. 1870. 

i:«.52 Hardeman,- 

220;«) Hardin, 1460 

10705 Harris 17375 

6117 Harrison,^ 

2-581 Haskell 

11147 Hays 4088 

14>s2»n,.,Kl.>rson 

9115 niflalgo 2:587 

18-il« Hill 7453 

9:581 Hood 

2:5827 Hopkins 

26072 Houston, „ 

iHunt 

110980i;jack, «94 

Jackson, 2278 

Jasper 4218 

Jerterson, 1906 

Johnsun, „ 

Jones 

Karnes, 

Kaufman 

Kendall...... 

Kerr 

KimbaU, 

Kinney 

Knox _..., 

Lamar 

Lanpassus, 1,344 

Lasiille, 69 

Lavaca.- 9168 

Leon 

Liberty, 

Limestone,-. 

Live Oak 

Llano, 

Madison 

Marion 

Mason 

Matagorda.- 

Maveric 

.M(!CiiIloch 

Mcljcnnan,- 

McMulleu 2;» 

.Medina 2078 

Meuora, 667 

Milan 

Montague s'sa 

Montgomery,... 6483 

Nacogdoches, 

Navarre,- 8879 

Newton, 2187 

Nueces,- 4193 

Orange 1255 

Palo Pinto, 

Panola,- 

Parker.- 

Polk 8707 

Presidio 

Red River 

Refugio 2324 

.... Robert.son, _ 

Runnells,- « 

Rusk 

Sabine 

San Augustine. 

San Patricio, 602 

San Saba, 

Sliaokleibrd, - .""' 

Shelby, 

.Smith, 

6143|starr 

68.81 Stevens „ ' 

42 Tarrant 5788 

•:2fi'Taylor. 

27:{6,Throckmorton, _.„ 

3:iS4 Titus 

80.59 Travis 

8184 Trinity 

10307 Tyler, _ 5616 

5444lUpsl)ur 

489 Uvalde, " '' 



1:553 
9070 
15001 

4-595 
1192 
36.53 

"7745 

8a58 
66.30 
KXW 
2612 

4a-r7 

1995 
4305 

"ii'ii 

393(1 



101:56 

1028 



5945 
67t>l 



3760 
26<i«i 



50:{1 
510^ 



4413 3189 



5246 
4a5l 
43 
24i5 
■MiU 
9217 
11604 



4537 
59:5 
1101 
2238 
3977 
630 
M.54 
726 



1838 

"6175 
849 
6479 
8292 
6996 
3119 
2906 
1916 
1524 
S475 
4213 
8300 
5S0 
8535 
1600 
4997 

"l58()3 
27.50 
4094 
620 
913 
44 
5362 
13:592 



6020 

"m 

9618 
8080 
4392 
4525 
10645 
506 



No population. 



108 



EVKNING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Tkxas — Continued. 
COUNTIES. 1870. 

Van Zandt- 

Victoria, 

Walker, 9776 

Washington, _ 

Webb 

Wtiarton ;«J6 

WehltM 

Wilbargen 

Williamson, 

Wilson,-.. 

Wise, 1450 

Wood r 

Young 

Young Terrify, 

Zapata, 1483 

Zavalia, 

Totals, 

Vermont. 

Addison 2;«84 

Bennington 21325 

Caledonia 

Chittenden 36480 

Essex 

Franklin,^ 

Grand Isle,. 4082 

Lamoille,„ „ 12448 

Orange 

Orleans 2t0:« 

Rutland 

Washington, 

Windham 

Windsor, 

Totals, 

Virginia. 

Accomac, 20409 

Albermarle, 27o44 

Alexandria, 16755 

Allpghany 3G74 

Amelia, 9iS7S 

Amherst,„ 14900 

Appomattox, ... 8950 

Augusta 287C3 

Barbour, 

Jiath 3795 

Bedford 2.5327 

Berkeley, 

Boone, 

Bland, 4(KX) 

Botetourt, 11329 

Braxton 

Brooke 

Brunswick, ViAIJ 

Buchanan. .. 3777 

Buckingham,... 13371 

Cabell 

Calhoun 

Campbell, 28384 

Caroline 15128 

Carroll, 9147 

Clay 

Charles City 4975 

Charlotte 14513 

Chesterfield, 18470 

Clarke, „ 6670 

Craig 2942 

Culpepper. 12227 

Cunibcrland 8142 

Dinwiddie 30702 

I)()ddrid'<e, 

Elizanelh City,.. 8:i03 

Essex f)9.'7 

Fairfax 129.52 

Fauquier, 19690 

Fayette 



4171 
8191 
15215 
1397 
3:i80 



3160 
49tJ8 



21010 
194;- 
21708 
28171 

578fi 
272:51 

427fi 

I2;iii 

2545.5 
18981 

27612 
269S2 
37193 



ziooas 



266i5 
12(v5-2 

6765 
10741 
13742 

8.SS9 
2774') 

8!)-.S 

:«7« 
2.')0<is 

TsTo 



11516 
4992 
5491 

14S09 
279.! 
1.52rj 
8020 
2502 
26197 
18464 
8012 
1787 
5<!m) 
14471 
1901*; 
7146 



COUNTIES. 1870. 

Fh.yd 9824 

Fluvanna 9b75 

Franklln,_ 182';4 

Frederick 16.596 

Gilmer, „ 

Giles 0659 

Gloucester 10211 

Goochland, 10313 

Grayson, _ 9587 

Greenbrier,_ 

Greenville,- 6362 

Greene._ 4634 

Halifax, 

Hampshire, 

Hancock,. 

Hardy 

Hanover, 16455 

Harrison,™ 

Henrico 6<!I79 

Henry 12;JU3 

Highland, 4151 

Isle of Wight,... 8320 

Jackson 

James Cilj', 

Jelierson 

Kanawha, 

King George 

King and Queen 
King William, _ 
Lancaster 



1860.1 COUNTIES. 1870. 1860. 



823(i! 



Rockbridge 16058 



"^wV f^uss*^".- 1110-3 

rjri'jf; Scott. _ 9927 

V!2cI;p^benandoah, 14S:i6 

;*i^:,|«myth 8898 

.Southampton,... 12285 

Spotsylvania, ... 11728 

SlalTord, 6420 

Sussex, _ 7885 

Surry, 6585 

Taylor 

Tazewell, 10791 

Tucker 

Tyler. 



4425 



9709 
7398 
5:i5o 



Lewis, 

Lopan 

Loudon 20929 

Louisa... 163;« 

Lunf*nberg,_ 104a3 

Madison, 

xAIarshall, 

Marion, _ 

Mason 

Matthews 6200 

-MGDowell, V.m 

Mecklenburg,... 21318 

Mercer 

Middlesex 4981* 

Montgomery,... 125.56 

Monongalia, 

Monroe, 

Morgan 

Xansemond, _... 11576 

Nelson 13S98 

New Kent 4381 

NiclH)las, _ 

Norfolk 46702 

Northampton.- 8(M6 
Norlhuinberl'd, UStXi 

Nottoway, 9291 

Ohio 

Orange 10:M)6 

Page 8462 

Patrick 10161 

P.ndh'ton 

Pittsylvania, 31343 

Phasants 

Pocahontas, 

Powhatan, „ 7667 

Pr.ston 

Prince Edward, 120O4 

Prince George 

Prince William, 7504 
Princess Anne,. 8273 
*5.53 Pulaski 653S 

120'i3;Puliiam, 

!Wf.l;R;iIeit;h 

mVM, Randolph, 

.5203 Rappahannock, 8261 
.57;"8 HichiKond (i.)03 

)0|.;i) Rockingham, ... 23i;&S 

ll.s:{4 Ritchie 

2l70(i Rf)aiie, 

5997, Roanoke, , 9:K0 



10!»5(i 

10<»-"jti 

8252 

12211 

6:{74 

502. 

265-20 

13913 

444 

9864 

1722-2 

13790 

61616 

12105 

4319 

9977 

8.3Wi 

579S 

145;i5 

161.50 

6571 

103-28 

8530 

5151 

110;i2 

799il 

49:{« 

21774 

16701 

11983 

8S.54 

12997 

12:22 



7091 
1.5*5 
2009ti 
68U1 
4:^64 
10617 
13W8 
107.57 
3732 
1369.. 

i;;oi.-. 

58."^ 
4627 

3(>-_-27 
7832 
7531 
8S36 

224-22 

10.^51 
810!) 
9;{.5!l 
6161 

:«104 
21t45 
3958 
8392 

i:«12 

11841 
8411 
&5li5 
7714 
5116 
6301 
3367 
499tl 
8850 
68.- 

2a40.S 
6S4 



Upshur 

Warwick, 1672 

Warren 5716 

W:ishington,„... 16816 

Wayne,- 

Webster, 

Westmoreland, 7082 

Wetzel,- 

Wood 

Wirt 

Wise, 4785 

Wyoming 

Wythe,- 11611 

York, 7198 



Totals, 1224830 159631S 



17248 
l(r28ii 
12072 
13>il6 
8952 
r2i»15 
1607. i 
8.5.55 
10175 
6133 
74(i3 
9920 
)4-28 
6517 

1740 

6442 
16891 

6747 

1555 

k: 

67 3 
11046 

3751 



1 xi;-^ 
4949 



West Virginii 



Barbour 

Berkley, 

Boone 

Braxton, _.. 

Brooke, 

Cabell, 

CallKiun 

Clay 

Doddridge 

Fayette, 

Silmore, 

Grant 

Greenbrier, 

Hampshire, ....... 

Hancock, 

Hardy 

Harrison 

Jackson, 

JeflVrson, 

Kaniiwha, 

Lewis 

Lincoln,- 

Logiin - 

McDowell 

Miirion, 

Marshall, 

Mjvson 

Mercer 

.Mineral 

Monongalia 

Monroe,- 

Morgan 

Nicholas.- , 

Ohio 

Pendletim, 

Pleasants 

Pocahontas, 

Preston, _ . 

Putnam 

Baleigh 

Randolph,- 

Ritchie, 

Roane 

Tavlor 

Tucker 

5381 Tyler 

804S|Upshur 



1S70. 
12,'»^« 
14,900 
4,5 3 
6,841 
5,464 
6,42t» 
2.9:<9 
jar»96 
7.0:6 
6,647 
4.:«8 
4,468 
15,211 
7,643 
4. 3«hJ 
5,518 
17,599 
10,3m) 
13.220 
22.;-".0 
10.176 
5.a')3 
5, 1-24 
1.9.52 
12.107 
14.911 
1.5, !78 

7,0trl 
6.349 

13, .547 

11,1-24 
4.315 
4.4.58 

28.&-U 
6,455 
3.012 
4,070 

14,554 
7.794 
3.673 
5, .563 
9.0-55 
7,2:52 
9.:{<i7 
1.9t»7 
7,S:f2 
8,0-23 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



109 



WKST VlBQIlflA- 

CO UNTIES. 

Way lie 

Wei)ster 

Wetzel 

Wirt 

Wood. 



CJontinued. 
1870. 1860. 



4,505 
19.(K)0 



TERRITORIES. 
Arizona. 



Wyoming,- 3,171 

Total 445,016 

Wisconsin 



Adams.... 
Asiiliind. 
Bad Axe 
Barrt-n,... 
Buyrield. 
Brown, _. 
Bumilo,... 
Burnett, . 

Calumet 12:«4 

Clilppewa 8345 

Clark ;«.50 

Columbia 28.S13 

Crawlord, l;W76 

Dallas 

Dane, 

Dodge 

Door 

Douglas, 



(!(iOl 
221 

'bsi' 

344 
2.5166 
11123 

06 



53096 
47039 
4922 
1122 



6492 

615 

11007 



COUNTIK^. 

Mohave, 

Prince 

Yavapai, ~ 

Yuma, _._ 



1870. 

179 ... 
5716 ... 
2142 _. 
1621 ... 



Total, 9658 

Colorado. 

.A-rapahoe, 6.S-29 

Bent, 59J 

Boulder 

Clear Creek, 

Conejos, 

Costilla 



•»?.'! Douglas, , 

'-E1 P.I.SO,.. 

'"''■» Fremont,. 



Gilpin 



'^^ Cxreenwood, 



19:{9 _. 
1596 _. 
2504 _. 
1779 ... 
1388 „. 

987 _. 
1064 ..., 
5490 ... 

510 .... 



New Mexico. 

COUNTIES. 1870. 

Arizona 

Bernalillo, _ 75(>9 

Colfux 1992 

Dona Anna 5S(H 

Orant 1143 

Lincoln 1740 

Mora 8056 

Rio Ariba, 92;)4 

SSantaAna, 2.599 

Sante Fe, 9699 

San Miguel 160>8 

.Socorro 6603 

Taos 12079 

Valencia,. 9093 



1860. 
6182 
87C9 



5566 
9849 
a572 
8114 
13714 
57S7 

1410;} 

11321 



iHueriUno, „ 22-50 



13 



43f.n. 



Lake. 



iLiuimer 

''r'u'ii^lLas Animas, 4 

^ Park 



2:m ... 
522 .. 





. 9489 
.. 10770 


2704 


Ean Claire 


31K2 


Fond du Lac,... 


.. 46272 


31154 


Grant, 


.. 37978 
.. 23611 


31189 


Gre.^n, 


19S08 


Green Lake,.... 


.. 13195 


!2()».3 


Jowa, _ 


.. 24544 


1.S937 


.lackson, 


.. 7696 


4170 


.JetIerson,_ 


. 31042 


SW.iH 


Jiint'au.™ 


. r2;J72 
. 13147 


8770 
llflXKJ 


Kenosha 


Kewaunee, 


. 10128 


5530 


Lacrosse,- 


. 20293 


12W6 


Lata vet te. 


. 22(i.59 


181.34 
353 


Lapointe,- 


Majiitowoc 


. 3;{364 


22416 


M irathon, 


. 5S.S.3 


2892 


M:irquette, 


. S05S 


82:« 


Milwaukee 


. 89041 


625 IH 




. 1(&51 
. 8321 
. 18430 


8410 
a592 
9587 


Ooonto 


Outagamie, 


Ozaukee, , 


. 15568 

. 4661 


15682 
2301 


Pepin, .. .„ 


Pierce, 


. 99)9 
. :«22 
. 106:JS 
. 26740 
. 15732 


4672 
1400 
7507 
2l36i) 

97:« 


Pollc, „ 


Portage 




Richland, 


R:ck 


. 39<):« 


36:90 


St. Croix 


. 1I0:J5 
. 2.3860 


5392 
189<v{ 


Sauk.. 




. 3166 
. 31749 


829 
25375 


Sheboygan, 


Trempeleau,_. 


. 1073.3 


ijfifl 


Vernon 


. 1««J45 




Walworth.- 


. 2.5971 


2649=; 


Washington,-. 


. 24.320 


236-22 


Waukesha.- 2^282 


2K831 


Waupacca,- 


. 15540 


8H5I 


Waushara, 


. 11279 


8770 


Winufbago, 


372S0 


23770 


Wood, 


. 3912 


242^ 



447 



Totals,- 



1055167 77538f 



Puebla. - 22li5 

Sagnivche, 304 

Summit. - 258 

Weld 1478 

Total, 39706 

Dakota. 

Ben Homme,.. 

Brookings, 

Buiralo 

Charles Mi.t,... 

Clay, 

Oenel 

Hutf^hinson, 

Jayne 

Lincoln 

Minnehaha, 

Pembina 

Todd 

Union, 

Yankton.- 

Unorgan'd por 

tion of Terri 

ritory 



16:{ ,.. 

248 _.. 

152 -.. 

2621 ..,. 

37 - . 

37 -.. 

5 „.. 

712 -.. 

355 -.. 

1213 -.. 

3:i7 „.. 

.3507 _.. 

2097 _.., 



2091 - ... 

Totals, 14181 4 

Idaho. 

Ada, 2675 

Altmas, 6S9 

B )ise _ 38a3 _.... 

Idaho 849 

Lemhi - 988 

Xez Perces, 16 7 

Oneida 1922 

Ouj-hee 1713 

Shoshone 722- 

Totals, 14998 - 

Montani. 

Beav^T Head,... 722 _ 

Big Horn 38 - 

Choteau „ 517 

Dawson, „ 177 _ 

Deer Lodge, 4.3ft4 

Gallatiu 1.579 

.lellerson 1531 

Lewi.sA Clark,- 5041- 



Totals 91789 

Utah. 

Beaver.- 2007 

Box Elder,- 4812 

Cache, 8272 

Cedar, 

Davis 44-59 

Gre't Salt Lake, 18:«7 

Green Itiver 

Iron 2359 

•luab, 20:M 

Kane 1513 

Millard, 2753 

Morgan 1972 

Pinte, (Nopop.) 

Rich 19.55 

Rio Virgin,- 450 

Sampeto.- ■ 6788 

shambip., 

Senir 19 

Summit, 2512 

Tooele 2177 

Utah 12203 

\Vii.satch, 1244 

Wa.«hington,-... 3064 
Weber 7853 



Oa516 



741 
2901 
11292 

141 
1010 

en 



715 



as 15 

162 



1008 
8248 



Totals, 86; 

Washington Ter. 



Chihalis, 
Clallam, 
Clarke, . 
Cowlitz, 
Island. 



401 
408 
3081 
730 
626 

Jefferson... 1268 

King 2120 

Kitsap 866 

Klikltat,— 329 

Lewis R8^ 

Ma.son 289 

Pacific, 7.3.S 

Pierce 1409 

Spokane, 



285 
149 

2.384 
406 
29-1 
531 
3ff2 
544 
2:w 

asi 



District of Columbia. 

Ger»rgetiwn, li:iS5 

Washinifton. „ 1092<)4i Madison 

Balance of District, 11 1171 Meagher. i:»7 

Missenla 2").54 

Total, 1317061 Totals, 2a5y4 



SukHmania 

Suwamish 

Stevens, _ 

Thitrston 

Wahki.ikum, ... 
Walla Walla. ... 

Whatcom, 

Yakima 

TheDls. Islnd's. 



599 

734 .. 
2246 

270 
5:i00 

5-34 

4.32 -. 

.5-24 - 



420 
1115 
99-; 
173 
162 

'1507 

42 

1318 

352 



Totals, -... 23901 115! 

Wyoming, 

Albany. ....'. 2021 

Carbon JS-iS _ 

Laramie 29-57 _ 

Sweetwater. 1916 

Unitah _... 8-56 



Total. 



118 



no 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 181 



CITIES HAVING OVER TEN THOUSAND INHABFTANTS 



CITIES. 



New York. N. Y., 

Philiidt'Iphia. Pa 1st 

Philadelphia, Pa., .. Id. 

Brooklyn. N. Y 

St. Louis. Mo 

Chicago. Ill 

Baltimore, Md., 

Boston, Mass., 

Cincinnati. O.. 

New Orleans, La.... 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Buffalo. N. Y 

Washington, D. C, 

Newark. N. J., 

Lo\iisville, Ky., 

Cleveland, O 

Pittsburg. Pa 

.Terse.v City, N. J.,„ 

Detroit. Alich .., 

Milwaukee, Wis.,... 

Albany, N. Y., 

Providence, R. I.,.. 
Rochester, N. Y.,... 

Alleghen.v, Pa., 

Richmond, Va., 

New Haven, Conn, 
Charleston, S. C.,... 

Tro.v N. Y., 

Syracuse. N. Y., 

Worcester, Mass.,.. 

Lowell. Mass., _ 

Memphis, Tenn., ... 
Cambridge. Mass.... 

Hartford, Conn 

Indianapolis, Ind... 

Scran ton, Pa., '.. 

Reading, Pa., 

Columbus, O., 

Patterson, N. J., 

Dayton. O 

Kansas City, Mo.,... 

Mobile. Ala., 

Portland. Me 

Wilmington. D-1., . 
Lawrence, Mass.,... 

Utica. N. Y 

Toledo, O 

Charlestown, Mass. 



Population. ! 


1870. 


1880. 


926, .341 


805. P51 


6.17,277 
674, 02-2 


.562,829 


396, :»0 


266.061 


310, 8<^ 


l(iO,773 


298,983 
267,354 
250,-526 
216,239 


109,2(i0 
212, 41H 
177,812 
161,014 


191,322 


168,675 


149,482 


56,802 


117,718 


8L129 


109,204 


61.122 


105,078 


71,914 


100,754 


68,0a3 


92,846 


43,417 


86,235 


49,217 


81,744 


29,226 


79,580 


45,619 


71,499 


45,246 


69,422 


62,. 367 


68,906 


50,666 


62.315 


48,204 


53,181 


28,702 


51,038 


37,910 


50,840 


39,267 


48,a56 


40,578 


45,481 


39,232 


43.05i> 


28,119 


41,105 


24,960 


40,928 


36,827 


40,226 


22,623 


39,6:^4 


26,060 


37,180 


29,154 


36, .56.5 


18,611 


35,0J)3 




3;i,932 


23,161 


3.3,745 


18,5.54 


33,582 


19,588 


32,579 


20,081 


32.2fi0 




32,184 


^,258 


31,414 


26,341 


.30,841 


21,508 


28,921 




28,8m 


22,529 


28,546 




28,323 







CITIES. 



Lvnn. Mass 

Fall River. Mass., 

Springfield. Mass., 

Nashville, Tenn.; 

Peoria. 111., 

Covington, Ky., 

Salem, Mass 

Quincy, 111 

Manchester, N. H., 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

Trenton. N. J 

Evansville. Ind 

New Bedford. Mass.,... 

Oswego. N. Y 

Elizabeth, N.J 

Lancaster, Pa 

Savannah, Ga., 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,.. 

Camden, N. J., 

Davenport, I 

St. Paul. Minn 

Erie, Pa 

Wheeling. W, Va., 

Norfolk, Va 

Taunton, Mass., 

Chelsea, Mass.,._ 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Leavenworth. Kansas, 

Fort Wavne, Ind., 

Springfield. III. 

Auburn, N. Y 

Newbnrgh. N. Y., 

Atlanta, Ga 

Norwich, Conn., 

Sacramento, Cal., 

Omaha, Neb., 

Elmira, N. Y. 

Lockport, N. Y 

Gloucester, Mass., 

Cohoes. N. Y 

New Brunswick, Me.,. 

New Albanv, Ind 

Hudson. N. Y 

Newburj-port, Mass.,... 
Binghamton. N. Y...... 

Concord, N. H 

Schenwtady, N. Y...... 

Ogdensburg, N. Y., 



Population. 


1870. 


1860. 


28.2.33 


19,«n 


26,7.S6 


14,026 


26,7a3 


1-5.199 


25,872 


16,988 


25,787 


14,04a 


24,505 
24.117 




22,^52 


:M.a53 


13,632 


23 5;i6 




23,109 


20,109 


22,874 


13.405 


22,8:W 


11.484 


21,320 


22,300 


20,910 


16,816 


20, 8:J8 




20,2;« 


17,603 


20,2:« 


22,292 


20,080 


14,726 


20,045 


11,267 


20,042 


11,267 


20.0.31 


10,401 


19,646 


. 


19,2S2 


14,083 


19,2.56 


15.611 


18,629 


15.376 


18,547 


13, .39.5 


18,404 


13,000- 


17,849 


7,429 


17,718 


10,388 


17,365 




17,225 


10,9S6 


17,014 


15,196 


16,986 
16,6.53 




14.048 


16,484 


13,785 


16,083 




15.863 




15,4-58 


13.523 


i5,;?87 


10,904 


15,357 




15,a59 




14.273 


12,647 


14.13-5 


7,187 


13,.5ft5 


13.401 


12,862 




12.241 




11,026 


9.579 


10,076 





POPULATION OP THE UNITED STATES — CENSUS 1870. 



Alabama, 996.961 

Arkansas, 483,179 

California 560,285 

Connecticut 5.37.418 

Delaware „. 125, 015 

Florida, ^ 187,756 

Georgia, 1,200,609 

Illinois 2,5:».6;« 

Indiana, 1.673,046 

Iowa ^ 1,191.802 

Kansas ;W2, 872 

Kentucky 1..321.0<J1 

Louisiana, 7:i2,731 

Maine 62«),4f« 

Maryland „ 780,894 

Massachusetts 1,4.57.351 

Michigan 1,184,296 

Minnesota 4;«,511 

Mississippi,.. 834,170 

Missouri, 1, 715, 000 



Nebraska, 

Nevada 

New Hampshire,, 

New Jersey 

New York, 

North Carolina,,,. 

Ohio 

Oregon, 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island, 

Soiuh Carolina,.., 

Tenue-ssee 

Texas 

Vermont, 

Virginia 

West Virginia,-..,. 
Wisconsin, 

Total of States-. 



123, 
42, 

318. 

9<V5. 
4,-364, 
1,069, 
2,6.59, 
90. 
3,515, 

217, 

728, 
1,2.57, 

797. 

330. 
1,224, 

445. 
1,0.55, 



000 DISTRICT AND TERRITORIES, 

"•"'iDIst Of Columbia,- 131,706 

Arizona, 9.6-58 

Colorado 39,706 

I)aki)ta H,1S1 

Idaho, 14,998 

'^"', Montana, 20,5!M 

New Mexico, 91 852 

Utah 86.786 

Washington, - 23,9(M 

Wyoming, 9,118 



38.092.74J 



Total of District 

and Territories. 442,500 
Total of United 

States 38,535.241 



Total. 



38,977,741 



EVENING JOURNXL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Ill 



NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT. 



Governor. 

JnHK T. HoFKMA V ( [)em.), of New York 
City. Term expires Januarj' 1, 187;J. 

The Governor is elected by the people, 
JioUls otlice for two years. Is Commander- 
in chief of a'.l tlie military and naval forces 
ol' the state, has power to convene the 
Lpfrislature (or tlie Senate onlj') on extra- 
ordinary occasions, communicates by mes- 
sage to "the Lefiislature, at every sJ^ssion, 
thf condition of the State, and recommends 
such mesvsures as he deems expedient, trans- 
acts all n«>ce^sary business with theotticers 
of government, civil and military, expe- 
dites all measures resolved upon by the 
I.i'gislature, takes care that the laws are 
(aiihfuliv executed, and has the power of 
grantini; reprieves, commutations and par- 
dons f()r crimes. Salary, ?4.(i(J0. 

OtTace in Executive Chamber, Capitol. 

JPrfrafe Secretary, John D. Van Bubkn. 
of New York, 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

At.len C. Bkach (Dem.). of Watertown, 
Term expires January 1, 1873. 

Is elected by the people, holds office fbr 
two years. Is President of the Senate, and 
has the casting vote therein, is a member 
of the Canal Board, Is one of the commis- 
sioners of the Land Office, is one of the 
commissioners of the Canal Fund, is one of 
the trustees of the Capitol, one of the trust- 
ees of the Idiot Asylum, and one of the 
trustees of the State Hall, and, exofflrio, one 
of the Regents of the University. If the 
Governor dies, resigns, is impeached, or 
otherwise becomes unable to discharge the 
powers and duties of his office, they devolve 
upon the Lieutenant-<jovernor for the resi- 
due of his term. Salarj', f5 for each day's 
attendance. ^ 

Secretary of State. 

Homer A. Nklson (Dem.), of Pough- 
kfi-psie. Term expires January 1, 1872. 

Is elected by the pe<iple, holds olHce for 
two years, is the keeper of the records, 
books, deeds and papers belonging to the 
State, receives and records laws, pardons 
and other executive and legislative acts, 
applicatiom) from companies under general 
laws, election returns, etc.. furnishes certi- 
fied and printed copies to the U. 8. State 
and county ollicers, and other persons au- 
thorized to receive them, supervises the 
printing of the laws passed each year, re- 
ports annually to the Legislature statistias 
of pauperism and crime, and other infor- 
mation which it may call for. He is a mem- 
ber of the Canal Board, a commissioner 
of the C^nal Fund, a commissioner of the 
Land Otlice, a membir of the Board of State 
Canvassers, a Rigi-nt of the University, a 
trustee of the Capitol, of the State Hall, 
and of the Idiot Asylum. Salary, $2,500. 

Otfice in the State Hall, first Hoor. 

Comptroller. 

AsHER P. Nichols (Dem.), of Buflfalo. 
Term expires January 1, 1872. 

Is elected by the people, holds ofRce for 
two years, superintends and manages the 
fi.scal concerns of the State, reports to the 
Legislature its annual revenues, expendi- 



tures and estimates, audits, examines and 

settles accounts due to or from the State, 
directs and superintends the collection of 
taxes and other moneys, draws warrants i 
on the Treasurer for the payment ol debts ! 
due by the state, negotiates temporary i 
loans, if necessarj',to meet demands against ! 
the ^^tate, cotintersigns and registers all 
Treasurer's checks and rj'oeints! He is a 
member of the Canal Ko:ir<l, a commis- 
sioner of the Land Ultice. and of the Canal 
Fund, a trustee of tlie Capitol, the State 
Hall and the Idiot Asvlum. Salary, |2,500. 
Ottice in the State Hall, fin t floor. 

Treasurer. 

Wheeler H. Bristol (Dem.). of Owego. 
Terni expires January 1, lf>72. 

Is elected by the people, holds office for 
two years, receives and has charge of all 
moneys paid into the State Treasury, pays 
drafts upon the warrants ol the Comptrol- 
ler, the Auditor of the Canal Di*partment 
and Superintendent of the Bank Depart- 
ment, and keeps the State's bank account. 
He is a commissioner of the Land Cilice, 
and of the Canal Fund, a member ol the 
Canal Board and Board of State Canvass- 
ers. Salary, f2,.500. 

Office in the State Hall, first floor. 

Attorney-General. 

Marshall B. Champlain (Dem.), of 
Cuba. Term expires January 1. 1872. 

Is elected by the people, holds office for 
two years, delends and prosecutes ail suits 
in which the State is interested, receives 
costs adjudged to the State, prepares drafts 
of contracts, etc.. for State officers, and i 
prosecutes in their behalf persons violating 
the laws in regard to their departments, 
prosecutes criminals at Oyer and Terminer, 
when required by the Governor or Justices 
of the Supreme Court. He is a commis- 
sioner of the Land Office and of the Canal 
Fund, a member of the Canal Board and ot 
the Board of State Canvassers, a trustee of 
the Capitol and State Hall. Salary, #2,000. 

Office in the State Hall, second tioor. 

State Engineer and Surveyor. 

Van RENS.SKLAER Richmond (Dem.), 
of Lyons. Term expires January 1. 1872. 

Is elected by the people, holds office for 
two years, prescribes the duties ot\. and 
assigns divisions of canals to engineers, 
visits and inspects canals, prescribes sur- 
veys, maps, plans, estimates, etc., in the 
construction and improvement of a canal, 
is a member of the Canal Board, president 
of the Contracting Board, a member of the 
Board of State Can va.ssers. a commissioner 
of the Land Office, and a trtistee of the 
State Hall. Salary, r2,rxHi. 

Office in the State Hall, second floor. 

Superintendent of the Bank De- 
partment. 

Danikl C. Howell (Dem.), of Bath. 
Steuben county. Term expires February 3. 
1873. 

Is appointed by the Governor and Senate, 
holds office for three years, has the general 
supervision of the banks of the State, and 



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reports their condition annually to thp Leg- 
islature, issues circulating notes to bauka 
on their ttcpositing .securities, holds their 
stock and inortKn^e st-ciiriti* s. and when 
a hank proves in.solvent. sells them and 
redeems its circulation. Salary, ^.(HX). 
Olrice in the State Hall, second floor. 

Superintendent of Insurance 
Department. 

Geokok W. Mii>i,kr (Dem.), of Roches- 
ter. Term expires February 3, 1873. 

Is appointed by the Governor and Senate, 
holds office for three years, has the general 
supervision of all insurance companies 
transacting business in the State, aiid re- 
ports their condition annually to the Legis- 
lature. Salary. S5.000. 

Otlice in the State Hall, basement floor. 

Superintendent of Public In- 
struction. 

Abram B. Wkavkk (Dem.),of Deerfield. 
Term expires April 5, 1871. 

Is chosen by joint ballot of the Senate and 
Assembly. He holds office for three years; 
has general superintendence of the public 
schofils: visits them; inquires into their 
management; advises and directs in regard 
to their course of inst-uction and disciplin*'. 
He apportions and distributes the public 
school moneys; examines the supplemen- 
tary apportionments made to all the dis- 
tricts by the school commissioners, and 
sees that to each district is set apart its 
proportionate share, and that the same is 
expended by the trustees and paid by the 
supervisor according to law. Decides all 
appeals involving .school controversie.s, 
that are brought before him, and his decis- 
ion is final. He is charged with the gene- 
ral management of teachers' institute^. He 
establishes rules and regulations concerning 
district school libraries. He makes appoint- 
ments of State pupils to the institutions ^r,r 
the instruction ol the deaf and dumb and 
the blind, upon the certiHcate of the proper 
local officers : and he visits and inquires 
into the condition and management of these 
institutions. He is chairman of tiie execu- 
tive committee of theState Normal school, 
and apportions among the counties the 
m;mber of pupils in that school to which 
each is entitled. He has charge of the Indi- 
an schools. He is, ex officio, a Kegont of the 
University, and chairman of the commit- 
tee on teachers' classes in the academies. 
He is also, ex officio, a member of the board 
of trustees of the Idiot Asylum. He re- 
ceives and compiles the abstracts of the 
rep(krts from all the school districts in the 
State, setting forth their condition and pro- 
ceedings and the account of receipts and 
expenses for each year. 

His salary is Ji2,J>00. Office In the State 
Hall, second floor. 

Auditor of the Canal Department. 

Jamks a. Bkll (Rep.), of Watertown. 
Term expires April .5, 1871. 

Appointed by the Governor and Senate; 
holds office three years; is invested with 
the powers and duties formerly belonging 
to the Comptroller in relation to the canals, 
draws warrants on the Treasurer for all 
canal payments, audits all canal accounts, 
! instructs" canal collectors and disbursing 
I officers, keeps accounts of canal receipts 
and expenditures, etc., is,f.r o^^-io. Secre- 
tary of the Canal Board and of the com- 



missioners of the Canal Fund, and a mem- 
ber of the Contracting Board. 
Oflice in the State Hall, first floor. 

Inspectors of State Prisons. 

David B. McNif.i, (Dem), of Auburn. 
Term expires January 1, 1872. 

FoKDYCK L. Laki.in (Dem.), Saugerties. 
Term expiree January 1. 1873. 

Solomon Schku (Dem.), of BufTalo. 
Term expires January 1, 1874. 

One is elected annually by the people, 
hold oflEice three years, have general su]pcr- 
vision of the prisons, appoint keepers and 
other officers therein, jointly visit each 
prison four times a year; one prison is 
assigned to the special charge of each at 
the beginning of every quarter ; report an- 
nually to the Legislature. Salary, f 1,600, 
and $900 traveling expenses. 

Canal Commissioners. 

Georoe W. Chapman (Dem.), of Balls- 
ton Spa. Term expires January 1, 1872. 

WiLLFAM W.Wriwht (Dem.), of Geneva. 
Term expires January 1, 1873. 

John D. Fay (Dem.). of Rochester. Term 
expires January 1, 1874. 

(Jne is elected annually by the people, 
hold office three years, have charge of the 
public works, of the construction of new 
canals, and, through thesuperintendentsot 
the repairs of the completed canals, report 
annually to the Legislature. Salary, fi.UK). 

The canals are divided into three divi- 
sions, oneofwhichis assigned to the special 
charge of each commissioner. 

The Eastern Division consists of the Erie 
canal from Albani* to east bank of Oneida 
Lake canal, Alban J- basin. Cham plain canal 
and Glen's Falls feeder. Black Kiver canal 
and feeder, and improvement of Black 
Itiver reservoir— 315 miles. It is in charge 
of Commissioner Chafman. 

The Middle Division consi-sts of the F'.rie 
canal from the east bank of Oneida Lake 
canal to the east line of Wayne county, 
Butternut Creek feeder, Dio^estone feetleV, 
Camillus feeder, Oneida La Ice canal, Oswego 
canal, Oneida Kiver improvement, Seneca 
River towing-path, Baldwinsville canal, 
Cayuga and Seneca canal, Crooked Lake 
canal. Chemung canal and feeder, Cayuga 
inlet and Chenango canal— .310 miles. It is 
in charge of Commissioner Wright. 

The Western Division consistsof the Erie 
canal from the east bounds of Wayne 
county to Buflalo. including basin at "the 
latter place. Genesee Valley canal, naviga- 
ble, including Dansville side-cut and Gene- 
see Valley canal and extension not navi- 
gable— 279 miles. It is iu charge of Com- 
missioner Fay. 

Canal Board. 

Atxen C. Bkach, Lt.-Oov.. 



HoMKR A. Nelson. .Ser. of Stale 

AsHER P. Nichols, Comptroller 

Wheeler H. Bristol, Th-easxircr... 
Marshall B.CHAMPLAiN,>4«.r^r7i. 
Van R. Richmond, St. Eng. iSc Sxir.. 
Georoe W. Chapman, Canal Cbm„. 
William W. Wright, do 

John D. Fay, do 



fDem.) 
(Dem.) 
(Dem.) 
(Dem.) 
(Dem.) 
(Dem.) 
(Dem.) 
(Dem.) 
(Dem.) 



Meets at the Canal Department, fixes the 
rates of tolls, appoints collectors of tolls, 
weighma-sters. engineers and superintend- 

I ents of repairs, hears appeals from canal 
Appraisers, remits penalties and regulates 

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Canal Appraisers. 

Samukl North, UnadlUa. 
Gkorok C. Grekne, Watertown. 

Terms expire January 27, 1873. 
Jks.sk Gay, Plattsburgh. 

Term expires February 28, 1873. 

Appointed by the Governor and Senate; 
hold office tJiree years; duties are the ap- 
praisal of damages to indivlduiUs, growing 
out of the construction of the canals. Sal- 
ary, f2,000, and i-iOO for traveling expenses, 
at three cents per mile. 

Commissioners of Canal Fund. 

This Board consists of Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor, Secretary of State, Comptroller, 
Treasurer and Attorney -General. 

Office in the Canal Department, State 
Hull, flr.1t floor. 

Commissioners of Land Office. 

This board consists of Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor, Speaker of the Assembly, Secretary 
of State, Comptroller, Treasurer, Attor- 
ney-General and State Engineer and Sur- 
veyor. 

State Assessors. 

George Beach, Catskill. 

Charles W. Lawrence, New York. 

LoREKzo Cary, Little Falls. 

The above, with the Commissioners of 
the Land Office, constitute a Board of 
Equalization. 

Commissioners of Public Ac- 
counts. 

Benjamin Nott, Albany. 

KoBERT H. Shankland. EUicottville. 

GiLSON A. Dayton, Mexico. 

New Capitol Commissioners. 

Hamilton Harris, Albany. 

John V. L. Pruyn, Albany. 

O. B. Latham, Seneca Falls. 

James S. Thayer, New York City. 

Alonzo B. Cornell, Ithaca. 

Wm. a. Rice, Albany. 

James Tirwilliger, Syracuse. 

John T. Hudson, Buffalo. 

Chairman, Hamilton Harris. 
Secretary, James Terwilliqeb, 
Treasurer, John V. L. Pruyn. 

Governor's Staff. 

Maj.-Oen. Franklin Townsknd, of 
Albany. Adjntant-Ueneral. 

Brevet MaJ.-Gen. James McQuadb, of 
Utica, Inspector- Gnxeial. 

Brig.-Gen. Samuel W. Johnson, of Mam- 
aroneck, Westchester Co. ,C/i/«/o/ Ordnance. 

Brig.-Gen. Wm. M. Tweed, Jr., of New 
York, Englneer-in-Chirf. 

Brig.-Gen. James B. Craig, of Brooklyn, 
Jud(if-A di'ocale- Oeneral. 

Brig.-Gen. Jacob S. Mosher, of Tomp- 
klnsville, Richmond Co.. Surgeotx-Qenerai. 

Brig.-Gen. Robert L. Banks, of Albany, 
QmtrtcTViasler-GeneraL 

Brig.-Gen. George J. Magee. of Wat- 
kins, Schuyler Co., Paymaxtn-GenercU. • 

Brig.-Gep. Albert steinway, pf New 
York, Commismi-v-Oeneral of Subsistence. 

Col. Walter P. Warren, of Troy : Col. 
J. Townhknh Connolly, of New York ; 
Col. Wm. F. Mollkr, of New York; Col. 
Lester B. Faitlkner, of Dansville; Col. 
Herman Uhl. of New York ; Col. Frank 
N. Lord, of Rochester. Aides-de-Camp. 

Trustees of the Capitol. 

This Board consists of the Governor. 
Lieutenant-Governor, Speaker of the Aa- 



15 



sembly, Secretary of State, Comptroller, 
Treasurer and Attorney-General. 

Trustees of the State Hall. 

This Board consists of the same, with the 
addition of State Engineer and Surveyor. 

Regents of the University. 

WITH THE DATES OF THEIR APPOINTMENT. 

The Governor, ex officio. 

The Lieutenant-Governor, ex officio. 

The Secretary of State, ea: officio. 

Supt. of Public Instruction, ex officio. 

18.'i3. Erastus Corning Albany. 

1833. Prosper M. Wetmore, ... New York. 

1314. John V. L. Pruyn,, Albany. 

1847. Roberto. Rankin Newburgh. 

1855. Erastus C. Benedict, New York. 

1856. George W. Clinton, Buffalo. 

18.58. Lorenzo Burrows,- Albion. 

1859. Robert S. Hale, _ Elizabetht'n. 

1861. Elias W. Leavenworth,- Syracuse. 

1861. J.Carson Brevoort Brooklyn. ^ 

1862. George R. Perkins, Utica. 

1864. Alexander S. Johnson,- IJtica. 

1364. George Wm. Curtis N.Shore,S.I. 

1H6.5. William H. Goodwin,-... Clifton Spgs. 

1869. John A. Griswold, Troy. 

1870. Francis Kernan, Utica. 

1870. Oswald Ottendorfer, New York. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 

John V. L. Pruyn, Chancellor. 
Erastus Corning, \1ce- Chancellor. 
Samuel B. Woolworth, Secretary. 
Daniel J, Pratt, Assistant Secretary. 

State Library. 

H. A. Homes, TAbrarian, Oeneral Library . 

Stephen B. Griswold, Librarian, Law 
Library. 

NOKMAN S. CuRTiss, Assistant Librarian. 

Occupies the building in the rear of the 
Capitol ; contains 82,560 volumes, and is 
under care of the Regents of the University 
as trustees. 

James Hall, Director of the State Museum 
of Natural History. 

The Judiciary. 

[The names of Judges and Terms of 
Courts will be found on succeeding pages, 
and on the pages of the Calendar.] 

37i€ Court of Appeals 

Consists of a Chief Judge and six Aasoclate 
Justices, who hold office for fourteen years. 
There is also a Commission of Appeals, 
consisting of the four Judges of the old 
Court of Appeals elected by the State at 
large, lind a fifth Commi.s.sioner. appointed 
bj' the Governor, to which is submitted all 
cases pending prior to January 1, 1869. The 
term of office of the Commissioners is three 
years. 

The Supreme Court 

Consists of thirty-three Justices. The 
State is divided into eight judicial districts, 
and four Justices are elected in each, e.xcepi 
the first, which elects five. Elections for 
Justice of the Supreme Court are held every 
alternate odd year. For general term pur- 

f loses, the State is divided into Judicial 
)epartments. The Governor designates 
the Justices to hold the General Terms. In 
each department there Ls a Presiding Jus- 
tice, who holds office during the term for 
w^hlch he was elected to the bench, and two 
associates, who hold office five years, unless 
the terms for which they were elected 
sooner expire. 



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JUDICIARY OP NEW YORK. 



The Court for the Trial of Impe^-chments of State Officers 

Is composed of the President of the Senate, the Senate and the Judges of the Court oi 

Appeals. 

Judget Court of Appeals. 



Sanford E. Church, Chief Judge 

William F. Allen, Associate 

Martin Grover, do 

Riifire W. Peckham, do 

Charles A. Rapallo, do 

Charles J. Folger, do 

Charles Andrews, do 

Oommifsionei-s of Appeals: 

Hiram Gray 

William H. Leonard 

Robert Earl 

Ward Hunt ;, 

John A. Lott , 



Residence*. 



Alhlon 

Oswego 

Angelica .. 

Albany 

New York, 

Geneva 

SjTacuse .. 

Elmlra 

New York 
Herkimer 

Utica 

Brooklyn., 



County. 



Orleans .... 

Oswego 

Allegany ., 
Albany .... 
New York 
Ontario ... 
Onondaga 



Chenango . 
New York. 
Herkimer. 

Oneida 

Kings 



Politics. Terms expire. 



Dem -... 
Dem -.. 
Dem _.. 
Dem „... 
Dem _ 
Rep ... 
Rep ... 



Dem 
Dem 
Dem 
Rep. 
Dem 



Dec 31, 1884. 
Dec. 31, 1878. 
Dec. 31, 188.3. 
Dec. 31,1878. 
Dec. 31, 1884. 
Dec. 31, 1891. 
Dec. 31, 1884. 



Dec. 31, 1873. 
Dec. 31, 1873. 
Dec. 31, 1873. 
Dea31,1873. 
Dec. 31, J873. 



Clerk, Edwin O. Perrin, of Queens; Deputy, Cornelius Ten Broeck, of Albany: 
State Tleporter, Samuel Hand, of Albany; Clerk, Commissioners of Appeals, William 
H. Benjamin. 

General Term Justices. 



Depart. 


Districts. 


Names. 


PoUtics. 


Terms expire. 




4st 


Daniel P. Ingraham, Presiding 

Albert Cardozo, Associate 

George G Barnard do 


Dem 

Dem _ 

Dem 

Dem- 

Dem _ 

Dem - 

Dem 

Rep 


Dec. 31, 1873. 




2d 

3d, 4th,:6th-... 
5th, 7th, 8th... 


Dec. 31, 1875. 
Dec. 31, 1875. 


Second 


Joseph F Barnard Presiding- 


Dec. 31, 1871. 




Dec. 31, 1873. 






Dec. 31, 1875. 


Third 


Theodore Miller Presiding- 


Dec. 31, 1877. 


Piatt Potter Associate 


Dec. 31. 1873. 




John \f Parker do 


Rpp 


Dec 31, 1875. 


Ifourth _... 


Joseph Mullln Presiding . . . 


Bep 


Dec. 31, 1873. 


Thomas A. Johnson, Associate- 

John L. Talcott, do 


Rep 

Ren 


Dec. 31, 1873. 
Dec. 31, 1873. 









Reporter, Abraham Lans!«g, Albany. 

Justices Supreme Court. 



Districts. 


Names. 


Residences. 


Politics. 


Terms expire. 


1st. The city and county 
of New York. 


Josiah Sutherland 

Daniel P. Ingraham.. 

Albert Cardozo 

George G. Barnard... 


New York 

New York 

New York 

New York 

New York 

Poughkeepsle.. 
Brooklyn 


Dem -... 
Dem -... 
Dem -... 
Dem -... 
Dem -... 

Dem .... 

Dem 

Dem -... 
Dem 

Dem -... 

Rep 

Dem 

Dem „... 


Dec. 31, 1871. 
Dec. 31,1 S73. 
Di'c. 31, 1875. 
Dec. 31, 1876. 
Dec. 31,1877. 


2d. Richmond, Suffolk, 
Orange, Kings, West- 
chester, Queens. Rock- 
land, Dutchess and 
Putnam counties. 

3d. Columbia, Renssel- 
aer, Sullivan, Ulster. 
Albany. Greene and 
Schoharie counties. 


Joseph F. Barnard ... 

Jiusper W. Oilbt-rt 

Abraham B. Tappan 
Calvin R Pratt 


Dec. 31, 1871. 
Dec. .31, 1873. 


Ford ham 


Dec. 31, 1875. 


Brooklyn 


Dec. 31, 1877. 


Charles R. Ingalls-... 

Henry llogeboom 

William L. I>eariied- 
Theodore Miller 


Troy 


Dec. 31. 1871. 


Hudson . 


Dec. 31, 1873. 


Albany 

Hudson 


Dec. 31, 1875. 
Dec. 31, 1877. 



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115 



Justices Supreme Court — Continued, 



Districts. 



4th. Warren, Saratoga, 
8t Lawrence, WR.sbing- 
ton, Essex, Franklin, 
Clinton, Montgomery, 
Hamilton, Fulujn und 
Schenectady counties. 

5th. Onondaga, JefTer- 
Bon, Oneida, Oswego, 
Herkimer and Lewis 
counties. 

6th. Otsego, Delaware, 
MadLson, Chenango, 
Tompkins, Broome, 
Chemung, Bchnyler, 
Tioga and Cortland 
counties. 

7th. Livingston, Ontario, 
Wayne, Yates, Steuben, 
Seneca, Cayuga and 
Monroe counties. 

8th. Erie, Chautauqua. 
Cattaraugus, Orleans. 
Niagara. Genesee, Alle- 
gany and Wyoming 
counties. 



Enoch H. Rosecrans 

Plait Potter 

Augustus Bockes 

Amaziah B. James... 

Henry A. Foster- 

Joseph Mullin 

Le Roy Morgan 

Charles H. Doolittle.. 

Ransom Balcom_ 

Douglas Boardman... 

John M.Parker 

William Murray, Jr .. 

F. Darwin Smith 

Thomas A. Johnson- 
James C. Smith 

Charl^B C. Dwight 

Richard P. Marvin... 

Jolin L. Talcott 

George Barker. 

Charles C. Dwight 



Residences, Politics, 



Glens Falls 

Schenectady .. 
Saratoga Spgs 
Ogdensburg.... 

Oswego 

Walertown 

Syracuse 

Ulica 

Binghamton ., 

Ithaca 

Owego„ 

Delhi 

Rochester 

Corning 

Canandalgua. 
Auburn 

.Tamestown.... 

Buffalo 

Fredonla 

Buft'alo 



Terms expire. 



Rep 
Rep 
Rep 
Rep 

Rep 
Rep 
Rep 
Rep 

Rep 
Rep 
Rep 
Rep 

Rep 
Rep 
Rep 
Rep 

Rep 
Rep 
Rep 
Rep 



Dec. 31, 1871. 
Dec. 31, 187.3. 
Dec. 31. 1875. 
Dec. 31,1877. 



Dec. 31, 1871. 
Dec. 31,187.3. 
Dec. 31, 1875. 
Dec. 31, 1877. 

Dec. 31, 1871. 
Dec. 31,1873. 
Dec. 31, 1875. 
Dec. 31, 1877. 



Dec. 31, 1871. 
Dec. 31, 1873. 
Dec. 31, 1875. 
Dec. 31, 1877. 

Dec. 31, 1871. 
Dec. 31,1873. 
Dec. 31, 1875. 
Dec. 31, 1877. 



Terms of Courts. 



Court of Appeals. 



Commissioners of Appeals. 



Regular term commenced October 11, 1870, to 
continue to May 1, 1871, with such recesses 
from time to time as the court may direct. 



Terms appointed. 
1st Tuesday of January. 1871 at Albany. 
1st Tuesday of May, 1871, at New York. 



Greneral Terms of the Supreme Court. 

Chapter 408 of the Session Laws of 1870 divides the State into four Judicial departments; 
and provide^ for holding general terms at the following times and places : 

FIRST DEPARTMENT. 

On the first Tuesday In January, February, April, June, September and November. 
To be held at the City Hall in New York. 

SECOND DEPARTMENT. 

On the second Tuesdays in January, April, September and December at the Court 
House In Brooklyn. 
And on the second Tuesday of June at the Court House In Poughkeepsie. 

THIRD DEPARTMENT. 

On the first Tuesdays In February and October at the Capitol in Albany. 
On the first Tuesday in July at Piattsburgh, cninton county. 
On the first Tuewlays in April and September at F-lraira, 
On the first Tuesdays in June and December at Binghamton, 
On the first Tuesday in November at Ogdensburg. 

I^OURTH DEPARTMENT. 

On the first Monday In January at Rochester. 
On the first Monday in February at BufTiilo. 
On the tli-st Monday in March at UocliPster. 
On the first Monday in May at Svracu«je. 
On the first Monday in June at liufTalo. 
On the first Monday in September itt Rochester. 
On the first Monday in October at Oswego. 
On the second Monday in November at Syracuse. 

Special t»-rms and circuits remain and are to be held according to existing appoint- 
ments, which will be found on Ct\lendar pr.^es, as usual. 



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NEW YORK LEaiSLATURB. 



, SENATE. 

The Senate consists of 32 members, who are elected in November every alternate year 
(1S69 1871 etc.). and hold their office for two years from thefirstof January next succeed- 
lii"- The' State is divided into 32 districts, each choosing one Senator. The Senators 
receive a compensation of $3 per diem duriiig the session, but not for more thfin one 
hundred days. The Lioutenant-Governor is, r,r ojfflcio, President of the Senate. 

Clerk, Hiram Calkins (Dem.), of N«w York. 

First District 

Consists of Suffolk, Queens and Richmond 
counties. Population, in 1370, 153,851; in 
18G5. 12!».07.-,. The Senator is 

SAMUEL If. FKOST (Dem.), of Marsh- 
land, Richhiond county. Mr. F. was born 
in Kew York city, August 2, 1818 His an- 
cestors were amonp: the early settlers ol 
Long IsLand, and wore Quakers, except his 
father, who, however, while rejecting the 
peculiar tenets of the sect, maintained 
their solidity and simplicity of character; 
he was a mechanic, and educated his son 
at White Plains Academy. Upon leaving 
school, Samuel engaged for several years 
in business in New York city, with con- 
siderable success : about the year 1840 he 
removed to Richmond county, where 
he purchased a fine farm, on which he 
has ever since resided. Mr. Frost was 
formerly a Whig, and was a warm admn-er 
of HenrvClav, and upon the demise of that 
party, identified himself with the Democ- 
racy; he was Supervisor of Westfield six 
successive terms, and Superintendent of 
the Poor for Richmond county twelve 
yeai-s. He was elected to the Senate by a 
vote of 8.701 against 7.843 for Gilbert C. 
Deane (Rep.). Vote, in 1867, Democratic, 
11,226, Republican, 7,390. Senator F. is a 
member-of the Committees on Commerce 
and Navigation. Poor Laws. Public Build- 
ings, Agriculture and Joint Library, and is 
Chairman of the two latter. 



Second District 

Consists of the 1st, 2d, .3d, 4th, 5th, 7th, 11th, 
13th, 15th, 19th and 20th wards of Brooklyn, 
Kings county. Population, in 1870, 174,:J58; 
in 18(55, i;i8.589. The Senator is 

JAMES F. PIERCE (Dem.), of Brooklyn, 
who was born in Madrid, St. Lawrence 
county, April 8, 1830. His parents were 
natives of New England, and his father a 
physician, and a graduate of Dartmouth 
College, N. H. Mr. P., at an early age, at- 
tended St. Lawrence Academy, but was 
compelled to relinquish his plan of entering 
college, by reason of ill-health ; subse- 
quently he" entered the law oflice of Judge 
Henry L. Knowles of Potsdam, and c(nu- 
pleted his legal studies with the Hon. Job 
IMerson and Wm. A. Beach, in Troy. He 
was admitted to the bar at Albany, in 1851, 
when only twenty-one years of age. A 
sojourn of three years in St. Augustine, 
Florida, became necessary, and resulted in 
removing a pulmonary weakness wliirh 
li;id become alarming, and duriui^lhistime 
li" occupied an oflice with the Il(in. Isaac 
Rronson, now deceased, then United Stales 
Judge for the Eastern District of Florida. 
Returning Irom the south, Mr. P. took up 
his residence at Canton, St. liUwrL-nce 
county, and at once became identiiifd with 
politics, for a number of years In succession 



attending the Democratic State Conven- 
tion as delegate ; he believed in energet- 
ically prosecuting the late war against the 
rebellious peoples of the south, and ren- 
dered himself so popular by his zeal, that 
in 1862 he was elected County Clerk on a 
Union Ticket, over the regular Republican 
nominee. Mr. P. removed to New York 
city in isfio, and was soon after employed 
as counsel to the Merchants' Union Ex- 
press Company, which position he still 
holds. In 1806, he took up his residence In 
Brooklyn, and in 1867 was elected to the 
Senate, and re-elected in 1869. During his 
first term he was a member of the Com- 
mittees on Commerce and Navigation and 
Retrenchment, and in the present Senate 
he is Chairman of the .same Committees, 
and a member of the Committees on Rail- 
roads and Insurance. He received a vote 
of 11,821 against 10,470 for SigLsmund Kauf- 
man (Rep.) Vote, in 1867, Democratic, 
13.090; Republican, 9,712. 

Third District 

Consists of the 6th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 14th, 
16th, 17th, 18th, 21st and 22d wards of Brook- 
lyn, and the country towns of Kings county. 
Population, in 1870, 245,940; in 1865, ir2,235. 
The Senat<ir is 

HENRY C. MURPHY (Dem.). of Brook- 
lyn. Mr. M. was born in Brooklyn, July 5, 
ISIO, is of Irish and English descent; is a 
Lawyer; graduated from Columbia College 
in 1830; was admitted to the bar in 1833, 
and was subsequently appointed Corpora- 
tion Attorney of Brooklyn ; was Mayor of 
Brooklyn the oOicial year, 1842, '4;j; was a 
member of the 28th Congress, 1843. '45, of the 
Constitutional Convention of l)+46, of the 
30th Congress, 1847,'43; Minister of the United 
States to the Netherlands, under Buchan- 
an's administration, 18.57, '61, and has since 
been a member of the Senate. He wius 
elected a member of the Constitutional 
Convention in the spring of 1867. In the 
liust Senate he w:is a member of the Com- 
mittees on Finance, Judiciary and Rules, 
and in the present he is Chairman of Judi- 
ciary and Literature, and a member of 
Finance and Rules. He received a vote 
of 16,890 against 10,041 for John Oakey 
(Rep.) Vote, in 1867, Democratic, 17,914; 
Republican, 7,967. 

Fourth District 

Consists of the 1st. 2d, 3d, 4th. 5th, 6th. 7th, 
13th and 14th Wards of New York. Popu- 
lation, in 1870. 190,331; In 1865, 156,456. The 
Senator is 

WILLIAM M. TWEED (Dem.), of 
New York city. Mr. T. was born in New 
York city, April 5, 1823, graduated at the 
New York University, and is a Lawyer, 
lie was an Alderman for the 7th ward HV2 
'53; member of.vSd Coneress, to which he 
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oitssloner, 7th ward, 1856, '57; Supervisor, 
New York county, laiS, '69; Deputy Sireet 
Commissioner, lSti'2, "66, and Cliairninn fien- 
eral (Committee, Tammany Hall, lS«r2, 'tG. 
He is now President of the Department 
of Public Works. In the last Senate he 
was a member of the Committees on Fi- 
nance. Charitable and Reliffious Societies, 
and Internal Affairs of towns and coun- 
ties. In the present Senate he is Chairman 
of the Committees on Municipal Affairs, 
and Charitable and Religious Societies, 
and a member of the Committee on 
Indian AtTairs. He received a vote of 
25,503 against 3,415 for Benjamin A. Willis 
(Rep.) Vote, In' 1SC7, Tammanv Demo- 
cratic, 16,144; MoKart Democratic, 5,966; 
Republican, 2,175; Democratic Union, 1,466. 

Fifth District 

Consists of the 8th. 9th, 15th and 16th wards 
of New York city. Population, in 1870, 
152,tr21 : In 1865, 136,146. The Senator is 

MICHAEL NORTON (Dem.), of New 
York city. He was born in Ireland, 
December 2.5, 1838; is a Cooper; was Alder- 
man 3<l district, 1865, '0*3; re-elected for the 
same 1867, '68: was mustered in the 25th 
Regiment. N. Y. 8. V.. and was commis- 
sioned as Captain. May II, 1861, and honora- 
bly discharged the following November. 
In the la.st Senate he was a member of the 
Committee on Manufactures anti Public 
Expenditures, and in the present he is 
Chairman of the Committees on Internal 
Affairs and Public Health, and a member 
of Clalm.s and Privileges and Elections. 
He received a vote of 10.832, against 6.911 
for Jacob Sharp (Rep.), 3,269 lor Ignatius 
Flynn (Dem. Un.), and 89 for James 
Michaels, Jr. (Ind.) Vote, in 18(i7, Tam- 
many Democratic, 11,218 ; Republican, 6.206 ; 
Democratic Union, 2,160 ; Conservative Re- 
publican, 2,119. 

Sixth District 

CJonsIsts of the 10th, 11th and 17th wards of 
the city of New York. Population, in 1870. 
2O5,8;{0: in 1865, 170,aW. The Senator is 

THOMAS J. CREAMER (Dem.), of 
New York city. He was born May 26, 
1811, of Irish descent; lell the common 
schools of New York at the early age of 
ten years, and was soon employeil in the 
dry goods establishment of A. T. Stewart 
ttCo., where ho remained for several years ; 
he labored night and day to improve a defl- 
clent education, and, at the age of 21, was 
admitted to the bar. He was elected to the 
Assembly when but 23 years of age, being 
a membtr in 1865, "60 and '67. In the last 
Senate he was a member of the Committee 
on Municipal Affairs, Grievances and En- 
gros.sed Bills. In the present Senate he is a 
member of the Committees on Judiciary 
and Municipal Affairs, and Chairman of 
Grievances and Printing. He received a 
vote of 15,r28, against 4,741 for Iverson W. 
Knapp (Rep.) Vote, In 1867, Tatnnlany 
Democratic, 16.122; Republican, 3,578; Mo- 
zart Democratic, 2,309. 

Seventh District 

Consists of the 18th, 20th and 2!st wards o ' 
the city of New York. Population, in 1870, 
182.355; in 1865. 148.166. The Senator a 

JOHN J. BRADLEY (Dem.), of New 
York city. He was born in the third 
ward, March. 18:U ; his parents emigrated to 
thLt country in 1S27: he was educated at the 



I Grammar School of Columbia College; was 
clerk in the importing house of George 

IPearce & Co., dunng the live years previous 
to his coming of age; he then entered the 
livery stable business, which he still fol- 
lows; was elected Councilman inlS").5bya 
majority of three votes, and Alderman in 
18.J7; he was a member of the fe5enate In 
1862, '63 In 1866, Mayor Hoffman nominat- 
ed and the Board of Aldermen confirmed 
him Rs President of the Croton A<iueduct 
Department, but the incumbent claimed to 
hold over under legislative enactment, and 
he declined to go to court. In 1870. he was 
appointed Chamberlain of the city and 
county of New York, vice Peter B. Sweeny, 
resigned. In the last Senate he was a mem- 
ber of the Committees on Insurance, Privi- 
leges and Elections and Salt. In the present 
Senate he is Chairman of the Committees 
on In.surance and Privileges and Elei^'tions, 
and a member of the Committees on En- 
gros.sed Bills and Salt. He received a vote 
of 15,289 against 6,073 for Rufus K. Andrews 
(Rep.), and 2 562 for Richard O'Brien (Dum. 
Un.) Vote, in 1867, Tammany Democratic, 
11,3;)9; Republican, 5,950; Mozart Demo- 
cratic, 5,448. 

Eighth District 

Consists of the 12th, 19th and 22d wards of 
the city of New York. Population, in 1870, 
195^365; in 1865, 1)5,56.5. The Senator la 

HENRY W. GENET (Dem.), of Har- 
lem. New York city. He was born in 
Wetherstield, Conn.. February 27, 1S2S; is a 
Lawyer ; was ft rmerly a Whig ; was elected 
Councilman in 18.57, on the Democratic 
ticket; was elected Alderman in 18-58, re- 
elected in 1860, and President of the Board 
in 1861 : was County Clerk in 1865, '67, and 
member of the A.ssembly in U67. In the 
last Senate he was a member of the Com- 
mittees on Railroads. Public Health and 
Indian Affairs. In the present Senate be 
is Chairman of the Committee on Rail- 
roads and a member of Engrossed Bills 
and Militia. He received a vote of 13,640 
against 5,7;« tor Myer Stern (Citizens' Can- 
didate.) Vote, in 1867, Tammany Demo- 
cratic, 8,180; Republican, 5,394; Mozart 
Democratic, 4,973. 

Ninth District 

Consists of the counties of Putnam, Rock- 
land and Westchester. Population, in 1870, 
171.313; in 1>>';5, 136,8.30. The Senator is 

WILLIAM CAULDWELL (Dem.), of 
Morrisania, Westchester county. He was 
born in New York citv, October 12, 1824 ; 
was educated there and at Jefferson Col- 
lege. Lji. ; served an apprenticesliip at the 
printing business; is editor and publisher 
of the New York Mercury and New York 
Sunday Mercurj'; has been part proprietor 
of the establishment since 1S50; has been 
Siipervisor of Morrisania since 1855, and 
been President of the Board two years; 
has been member of Board of Education 
for nine years, and is President of the 
Board of Trustees of Morrisiania; he has 
also held several other po.sitions of public 
trust. In the last Senate he was a member 
of the Committees on State Prisons and 
Printing. In the present Senate he Is 
Chairman of the Committees on State 
Prisons and Roads and Bridges, and a 
member of Public Expenditures and Print- 
ing. He received a vote of 10,840 again.st 
8,566 for David S. Rowe (Rep.) Vote. In 
1867 Demooratlc. 12.3-52: Republican, 9,248. 



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Tenth District 

Consists of the counties of Orange and Sul- 
livan. Populutlon, In 1870, 116,092; in li63f 
102.900. Tl)e Senator is 

WILLIAM M. GRAHAM (Dem.). of 
Middletown, Orange county. His paternal 
ancestors came to this country from Ire- 
land, while those of hi.i motlier were Hol- 
land emigrants. He was born in the town 
of Miuisink (now Greenville), .September 
8, 1819, and wa,s educated at the Academies 
in Montgomery, Orange county and Kidge- 
way, New Jersey. Mr. G. is a Banker; he 
entered the MIddletown Bank as Teller in 
1841, and became its Cashier in 184-J; since 
18W) he has been President of the Wallklll 
Bank ; he was Treasurer of Orange county 
18-54, '60. In the last Senate he was a mem- 
ber of the Committees on Banks and Kail- 
roads, and in the present body he i.s Chair- 
man of Banks and Public Expenditures. 
He received a vote of 8,879 against 8.284 for 
George Clark (Rep.) Vote, in 1867, Demo- 
cratic, 10,087 ; Republican, 9,464. 

Eleventh District 

Consists of the counties of Columbia and 
Dutchess. Population, in 1870, 118,974; in 
1865, 110,097. The Senator is 

GEORGE MORGAN (Dem.). of Pough- 
keepsie, Dutchess couhty. Mr. M. was born 
in Chatham, Columbia county July 16, 1816 ; 
three years subsequently his lather return- 
ed to Connecticut (whence he had previ- 
ously come), settling in Salisbury, and here 
the earlier years of the present Senator 
were passed; he struggled hard to obtain 
the advantages of the Academy at Wllbra- 
ham. Conn., and when a young man moved 
to Pine Plains, Dutchess county ; a busine.ss 
venture in New York city, subsequentlv, 
re.'^ulted disastrously, and about 1846 lie 
returned to Columbia county, where be 
purchased a larm ; In 1818 he was elected 
Justice of the Peace, holding the office 
four years; in 1857 he removed to Dutchess 
county, where he had purchased a farm : 
several Investments in real estate resulted 
fortunately, and in 1861 he took up his resi- 
dence in Poughkeepsie, of which city he 
was subsequently elected Mayor. Senator 
M. received a vote of 10,603 again.st 10,419 for 
Jonathan B. Rider (Rep.) Vote, in 1867, 
Republican, 12,062; Democratic, 11,376. 

Twelfth District 

Consists of the counties of Rensselaer and 
Washington. Population, in 1870, 148,929; 
in 18C5, 134,454. The Senator is 

FRANCIS S. THAYER (Rep.), of Troy, 
He was born In Dummerston, Windham 
county. Vt., September 11, 1822; lell tlie 
Vermont common schools at the early age 
of 16 ; went to Troy in 1842 ; served five 
years as clerk, and was then admitted as 
partner in the business in which he is now 
engaged, the manufacture of flour; he cast 
his first vote for Henry Clay, in 1814. and 
remained a Whig from that time until the 
formation of the RopubJican party, when 
he became a Republican. In the last Sen- 
ate he was Chairman of the Committees on 
Manufactures and Public E.\penditure.s, 
and a member of the Committees on Canals 
and Public Buildings. In the present Sen- 
ate he is a member of the Committees on 
Canals and Public Buildings. He received 
a vote of 12,012 against 10,816 forE. Smith 
Strait (Dem.) Vote, In 1867, Democratic, 
14,380 ; Republican, 12.785. 



Thirteenth District 

Consists of the county of Albany. Popula- 
tion, In 1870, 133,109, in 1865, 115,504, The 
Senator Is 

A. BLEECKER BANKS (Dem.), of 
Albany. He was bom in New York city, 
March 7, 183.5, graduated at Columbia Col- 
lege; Is a Law Bookseller, and was Mem- 
ber of Assembly in 1862. In the last Senate 
he was a member of the Committees on 
Municipal Affairs and Public Buildings. 
In the present Senate he is Chairman of 
the Committee on Public Buildings, and a 
member of the Committees on Municipal 
Affairs, Charitable and Religious Societies 
and Joint Library. He received a vote of 
11.174 against 9,969 for Lorenzo D.Collins 
(Rep.) Vote, in 1867, Democratic, 11,974; 
Republican, 10,805. 

Fourteenth District 

Consists of the counties of Greene and 
Ulster. Population, in 1870, 122,0(50, in 1865, 
107.319. The Senator is 

JACOB HARDENBURGH (Dem.), of 
Kingston, Ulster county. He was l>orn in 
New Paltz, in 1823; subsequently attended 
the Academy in that place (the liamily then 
residing in Shawangunk). and entered 
Rutgers College, N. Y., in 1841. from which 
he graduated in 1844; soon after leaving 
college he engaged as teacher in the Acad- 
emy at Fonda, Montgomery county, and 
while thus employed prosecuted the study 
of the law for five years, at the end of 
which time (in 1849). he was admitted to 
the bar, at a General Term of the Supreme 
Court, held at Cooperstown. Mr. H. began 
the practice of his profession , almost im- 
mediately, at Kingston. Ulster county, and 
speedily attained distinction ; he was orig- 
inally a Whig, but became a Democrat; 
has been a member of State Conventions 
frequently, and was Delegate at large to 
the Constitutional Convention in 1867, '68. 
He is Chairman of the Committees on 
Canals and Poor Laws, and a member of 
the Committee oh Public Health. He 
received a vote of 10,028 against 7j474 for 
John Lyon (Rep.) Vote, m 1867, Demo- 
cratic, 10,955 ; Republican, 8,^39. 

Fifteenth District 

CJonslsts of the counties of Fulton, Hamil- 
ton, Montgomery, Saratoga and Shenec- 
tady. Population, in 1870, 137.387; In 1865, 
129,392. Vacancy, created by the death of 

ISAIAH BLOOD (Dem.), of Ballston 
Spa., Saratoga county, where he was born 
February 13, 1810. Mr. B. is a manufacturer 
of edge tools; was Supervisor of the town 
of Milton three years ; was appointed by 
Governor Morgan a member of the war 
committee with James M. Cook ; was a 
Member of Assembly in 1852, and of the 
Senate in 1860, '61. He is Chairman of the 
Committee on Manufactures and a member 
of tlie Committees on Railroads and Com- 
merce and Navigation. He received a vote 
of 14,978, aj^ainst 12.975 for Truman G. 
Younglove (Rep.) Vote, in 1867, Indepen- 
dent Republican, 14,467; Regular Republi- 
can, 13,225. 

Sixteenth District 

Consists of the counties of Clinton, Essex 
and W^arren, Population, in 1870, 10a,303 ; 
in 1865. 95,485. The Senator is 

CHRI.STOrHER F. NORTON (Dem. . 
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WM born In Predonia, Chautauaua county 
July 2.3, 1821, and received his education at 
.the academy in that town. In 1845, Mr N. 
removed from his native town to Erie, 
Penn., where, in the course often years, he 
amassed a moderate fortune in the manu- 
facture of lumber on the Krie Extension 
t'anal, which runs from Erie to the Ohio 
rJver. In 18.56, he sold out his business and 
removed to Plattsbur(fh, and engaged in 
the procuring of lumber on the baranac 
lakes, floating it down the river of the 
same uame to PJatUiburgh; he is one of 
the largest lumber manufacturers in the 
State, is the head of the commercial houf^e 
of Norton A Co., of Albauy, and is an enter- 
prising and succassful business man. He 
was a Henry Clay Whig until the disrup- 
tion of that party in HioH, when he acted 
with the Democrats, and during the Rebel- 
lion was known as a War Democrat. He 
is Chairman of the Committees on Militia 
and Erection and Division of Towns and 
Counties, and a member of Canals, State 
Prisons and Grievances, and received a 
voteof 8.530, against 6,464 for Nicholas B. 
La Bau (Rep.) Vote, in 1867, Republican, 
8,889; Democratic, 7,393. 

Seventeenth District 

Consists of the counties of Franklin and 
St. Lawrence. Population, in 1870, 115,598 ; 
lu 1865, 109,5b9. The Senator is 

ABRAHAM X. PARKER (Rep.), of 
Potsdam. He was born lu Addison county, 
Vt., November }4. 1S31 ; was educated at 
at. Lawrence Academy, Potsdam; studied 
law for a year with Hon. Henry L. 
Knov^les, of the same place ; attended the 
lectures of the Albanv Law School in 1854, 
alter which he was admitted as attorney ; 
'subsequently practiced for a time in the 
offlce of Hon. EJi Cook and Freeman J. 
Fithian, Butfalo, and Jatues Noxon, Syra- 
cuse, anci. in iSSfi, opened ayi office in Pots- 
dam ; he was chief engineer of the fire de- 
partment of Potsdam fur many years; is 
a trustee of the St. Lawrence Academy; 
has been President of the village of Pots- 
dam for many years ; and is a member of 
the local board of managers of the State 
Normal School at that place; he was Jus- 
tice of the peace from 1857 to 1861, when he 
resigned; he was a member of Assembly 
In 186;}, serving as Chairman of the Com- 
mittee on Claims and in 18rt4, when he held 
the .same position in the Committee on 
Commerce and Navigation ; he was renom- 
inated by acclamation, notwithstanding a 
vigorous protest, and was compelled to de- 
cline in conseauence of pressing business 
engagements ; ne was appointed Postmas- 
ter ot Potsdam in 1865, and was removed 
iu 13<j6, for opposing tuie Phll^de4)hia Oon- 
veiition movement. In the la.st Senate he 
was Chairmtwi of the Committees on lusur 
ance und Public Heulth, und a member of 
the Committees on Railroads and Public 
Expenditures. In the preoent Senate lie is 
a member of the Committees on Finance, 
Rules and Engros.sed Bills. He received a 
vote or' 10,l(iy, against 4,262 for Daniel Ma- 
gone, Jr., (Dem.) Vote. In 1SC7, Republican, 
12,333 ; Democratic, 5,659. 

Eighteenth District 

Consists of the counties of JeiTerson and 
Lewis. Population, in 1870, 92,902; in 1865, 
94,2S&. The Senator is 

, NORRiS WIXSLOW (Rep.), of Water- 
town, where he was borxt in May, 1835. Hi.s 



father, John Winslow, was formerly mem- 
ber of Assembly, and is at pre-sent one of 
the Supervisors of W.Ttertown; his son 
attended the common schooLs and academy 
in his native place; and then entered a 
dry -goods store on a salary of two dollars 
a week ; he remained in the mercantile 
busine-ss from 1855 to 1865, when he became 
proprietor of the Merchants Bank, which 
continued an individual Institution until 
April, 1870, when a stock company was 
organized, of which Mr. Winslow became 
president; he also holds a large interest in 
the Agricultural Insurance Company of the 
same city; is president of the Watertown 
Fire Insurance Company and o( Hoard 
American Spinner Company; and is like- 
wise extensively engaged in the manu- 
facture of the Davis sewing machine; his 
first vote was csust for Fremont; was a can- 
didate for presidential elector in 186&, and Is 
Supervisor of the second ward of Water- 
town at present; in the Senate he is a 
member of the Committees on Banks, 
Charitable and Religious Societies and 
Joint Library. He received a vote of 8,424 
against 7,4S8 for Lysander H. Brown (Dem.) 
Vote, in 1867, Republican, 10,017; Demo- 
cratic, 8,370. 



"tTineteenth District 

Consists of the county of Oneida. Popula- 
tion, in 1870, 110,036; In 1865, 102,713. The 
Senator is 

GEORGE H. 3ANF0RD (Dem.),of Rome. 
He was born in Queensbury, Warren coun- 
ty, December 14, 1836, and was educated at 
the Glens Falls and Bullstou Academies, 
and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; he 
attended other schools also ; and during the 
years of his minority, he was employed as 
receiving and shipping clerk with a whole- 
sale lumber firm m Albany, and also en- 
faged in lumbering, in a moderate way, on 
is own account in Genesee county. New 
York, and Potter county. Pa. ; Mr. S. left 
Albany when he was twenty years of age, 
made Sj'racuse his residence, and entered 
into the lumber and salt trade, connecting 
with it the manufacture of lumber at Sagi- 
naw, Mich., and the locating of pine lands 
in that State ; he wu.s also a member of the 
company first organized in 1858, to bore for 
salt water in the Saginaw Valley. In the 
spring of 1862 he withdrew temporarily 
irom active business, and removed to Onei- 
da, his present residence ; he is president of 
the Oneida Savings Bank, and a director in 
the Oneida Valley National Bank and the 
Rome and Clinton railroad; in 1867 he 
again entered active business, by engaging 
in the lumber trade in Rome; he was elec- 
ted Supervisor of the town of Verona in 
1865 and 1866; was member of Assembly In 
1867, serving on the Committee on Banks; 
Delegate to Democratic National Conven- 
tion at Chicago in 1864. and New York in 
1868; repeatedly Delegate to State Conven- 
tiijiA; was a candidate for Senator in the 
Oneida district in 1867. but, though running 
largely ahead of his ticket, was defeated by 
Samuel C;ampbell (Rep.) He was a mem- 
ber ol theDemoc rniic State Central Com- • 
mittee In 1867, '68, '09, In the Senate, he Ls 
Chairman of the Committee on Rules and 
Indian Affairs, and a member of Canals 
and Finance, lie received a vote of 9,688, 
against 9.612 for Daniel B. Goodwin (Rep.) . 
vote, in 1868. Republican, 10,975; Demo- ' 
cratic, 10J16. 



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Twentieth District 

Consists of Herkimer and Otsego counties. 
Population, in 1870, 88,«34 ; In 1865, 87,770. 
The Senator Is % 

AUGUSTUS R. ELWOOD (Rep.), of 
Richfield Springs, Otsego county, where he 
was born, October 18, 18ia Mr. E. is a Mer- 
chant, but owing to ill health lias not given 
his personal attention to business Tor a 
number of years; he was Deputy Sheriff of 
Ot.sego county In 1S44 ; Postmaster at Rich- 
field Springs, 1842-'48; County Clerk, 1859- 
'61 ; Supervisor, ISft^-'GS. He was formerly 
a Democrat, and acted with that party until 
J848, when he supported Martin Van Buren, 
and was a member of the Free Soil Con- 
vention at Buffalo ; he was a delegate to the 
Saratoga Convention of IS.5.5, and assisted 
in the organization of the Republican party; 
was a member of the Philadelphia Con- 
vention in 1856, and voted tor the nomina- 
tion of John C. Fremont; and in 1860 was a 
delegate to the Chicago Convention, casting 
his vote for Mr. Lincoln. He is a member 
of the Committees on Privileges and Elec- 
tions, Manufactures and Public Expendi- 
tures. He received a vote of 9.460, against 
9,097 for John F. Hosch (Dem.) Vote, in 
1867, Republican, 10,303; Democratic, 9,773. 

Twenty-First District 

Consists of the counti'-s of Madison and 
Oswego. Population, in 1870, 111,621; In 
186.=). 118.087. The Senator is 

WILLIAM H. BRAND (Rep."), of Leon- 
{\rdsville, Madison county, where he was 
born, April 20, 1824. He was educated at 
Whitestown Seminarv, and is a Merchaiit; 
held the office of Deputy Sheriff in 1851, 
and of Census Marshal in 1855; was mem- 
ber of the War Committee of his town dur- 
ing the Rebellion, and was active in raising 
men and money ; was a member of Assem- 
bly, 1862. '63; was several times a delegate 
to Republican State Conventions. He was 
formerly a Free Soil Whig. He is a mem- 
ber of the Committees on Roads and 
Bridges, Retrenchment and Public Health. 
He received a vote of 11.645, against 3,876 
for Charles S. Fairchild (Dem.) Vote, in 
1867, Republican, 12,855; Democratic, 9,293. 

Twenty-Second District 

Consists of Cortland and Onondaga coun- 
ties. Population, in 1870, 129,624 ; in 1865, 
118,147. The Senator is 

GEORGE N. KENNEDY (Rep.), of Sjt- 
acuse. He was born in Marcellus, Onon- 
daga county. September 11, 1822. His pa- 
ternal grandfather emigrated from Ireland, 
in 1760, and his maternal grandfather was 
an immediate descendant of the New Eng- 
land Puritans. The family resided in 
Skaneateles three years, where the children 
enjoyed the privileges of the academy at 
that place; in 1831 they returned to Marcel- 
lus, where, subsequently, the present Sena- 
tor studied law with Edmund Alkin, and 
was admitted to practice in the Court of 
Common Pleas in 1842, and in the Supreme 
Court two years later; In 1854 he removed 
to Syracuse from Marcellus (where he had 
previously built up a large business), and 
entered into a law partnership with Charles 
B. Sedgwick and Charles Andrews, forming 
the firm of Sedgwick, Andrews <fe Kennedy, 
and the same year he abandoned the Dem- 
ocratic Parly, entering into the Republican 
movement: he cast his tirst vote for Polk, 
and was a member of the Buffalo Conveii- 
tion, which nominated Van Buren and 



Adams ; he held the position of Chairman 
of the Republican County Committee sev- 
eral years ; in the last Senate, he was Chair- 
man of the Committees on Salt, and Priv- 
ileges and Elections, and a member of 
Municipal Affairs and Indian Affairs; in 
the present Senate, he Is a member of Mu- 
nicipal Affairs, Salt, and the Erection and 
Division of Towns and Counties. He re- 
ceived a vote of 11,613, agBinst 8,220 for B. 
Davis Noxon (Dem.) Vote, in 1867, Re- 
publican, 13,346; Democratic, 10,883. 

Twenty-Third District 
Consists of Chenango, Delaware and Scho- 
harie counties. Population, in 1870, 116,774 ; 
in 1865. 113..^51. The Senator is 

JOHN F. HUBBARD, Jr. (Dem.), of 
Norwich, Chenango county, where he was 
born, October 14, 1822; he was educated at 
Norwich; is an editor; has been clerk In 
the War Department, Justice of the Peace, 
delegate to the Democratic National Con- 
ventions of 1860 and '68. and Assessor of In- 
ternal Revenue for 19th district of New 
York; was a member of the last Senate,serv- 
ingon the Committees on Erection of Towns 
and Counties and Engrossed Bills; in the 
present Senate, he is a member of the Com- 
mittees on Railroads, Literature and Re- 
trenchment, and Chairman of Engrossed 
Bills. He received a vote of 12,.566, against 
11.214 for Lewis Kingsley (Rep.) Vote, in 
1867, Democratic, 12,740 ; Republican, 12,493. 

Twenty-Fourth District 

Consists of the counties of Broome, Tioga 
and Tompkins. Population, in 1870, 107,917; 
in 186.5, 96,792. The Senator is 

ORLOW W. CHAPMAN (Rep.), of 
Binghamton. He was born In Ellington, 
Conn., January 7, 1S32; was educated in the 
Academy at that place; graduated from 
Union College, Schenectady, in 1854; was 
subsequently professor of languages at 
Fergusonville Academy, Delaware county ; 
began the study of the law with Robert 
Parker in 18.56, and in 18.58 entered upon the 
practice of his profession in Binghamton, 
where he was totally unacquainted ; he was 
appointed District Attorney in 1862, to fill 
vacaucj-; was elected to the same position 
in the fall, and re-elected in 1865; he was a 
member of the late Senate, serving as 
Chairman of the Committees on Literature 
and Erection of Towns and Counties, and a 
member of the Committees oh Claims, 
Roads and Bridges and Erie Investigation. 
In the present Senate he is a member of 
the Committees on Judiciary and Litera- 
ture. He received a vote of 11,103. against 
7,784 for Alanson Munger (Dem.) Vote, In 
1867, Republican. 12.229; Democratic. 9.489. 

Twenty-Fifth District 

Consists of Cayuga and Wayne counties. 
Population, In 1870, 107,233; in 1865, 103,228. 
The Senator Is 

WILLIAM B. WOODIN (Rep.), of Au- 
burn, Cayuga county, who was born in 
Genoa, of the same county, September 25, 
1824; he received a thorough academic 
education, studied law, and soon became 
eminent in the profession; he was a mem- 
ber of Assembly in 186.5; was elected Surro- 
gate of the county in IS59, and has since 
been twice re-elected; he was formerly a 
Whig: he is a member of the Committees on 
State Prisons and Insurance. He received 
a vote of 10,312, against 7,415 for Nelson R. 
iferric-k^ 'JLHixn.) inii-., in iS67, ilepuolic&n. 
11,505: Democratic. 8,430. 



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Twenty-Sixth District 

Consists of the counties of Ontftrio, Seneca 
and Yates. Population, In 1870, iW.Wi ; in 
I860, yO,:i07. The Senator Ls 

ABRAM V. HARPKNDING (Rep.), of 
Penn Yan, Yate-s county. He was born in 
Dundee, Yates county, July 9, 1816; was 
educated at Dundee and Penn Yan; is a 
Lawyer; was District Attorney of Yates 
county in 1854. and a member ot Assembly 
in iai7;was formerly a Whig. He Is a 
member of the Committees on Poor Laws, 
Engrossed Bills and Agriculture. He re- 
ceived a vote of 5,7a6, against 5.404 for G. W, 
Nicholas (Dem.) Vote, in 18«7, Republi- 
can, 9,815; Democratic, 8,571. 

Twenty-Seventh District 

Consists of the counties of Chemung, 
Schuyler and Steuben. Population, in 1870, 
121,55t5 ; in 1865, 116,5.56. The Senator is 

THEODORE L. MINIER (Rep.), of 
Havana. Schuyler county. He was born in 
Ulster, Bradford county, Penn., December 
16, 1819; received a common school educa- 
tion ; was bred a Farmer until he was eight- 
een years of age, when he left home and 
went to Horsehends, Chemung county, 
where, in 1839-'41, he was Deputy Collector 
of canal tolls; subsequently he removed to 
Havjinu, where he became connected with 
the Banic of Havana as its Cashier, and is 
still the managing head of that institution. 
He was formerly a Whig, and has acted 
with tlie Republican patty since its forma- 
tion. He is a member ot the Committees 
on Railroads and Grievances. He received 
a vote of 10,422, agamst 9,8*5 for George 
Farnham (Dem.) Vote, In 18G7, Republi- 
can, V2,'Z'li; Democratic, 7,869. 

Twenty-Eighth District 

Consists of the county of Monroe. Popula- 
tion, in 1870, 117,462; in 1865, 104,235. The 
Senator is 

JARVIS LORD (Dem.), of Rochester. 
Mr. L. was born in Ballston Spa, Saratoga 
county, Febr. ary 10, 1816. He is a Farmer, 
and has been an extensive contractor; has 
been Supervisor, and is President of the 
Bunk of Monroe; he is Chairman of the Fi- 
nance Committee; was a member of As- 
sembly in 1858 and 1867. He received a vote 
of 8,840, against 8,140 for Frederick^. Root 
(Rep.) Vote, in 1867. Republican, 8,627; 
Democratic, 8,554. 

Twenty-Ninth District 

Consists of the counties of Genesee, Niag- 
ara and Orleans. Population, In 1870, 110,925; 
in 1865, 109.986. The Senator is 

GEORGE BOWEN (Rep), of Batavia, 
Genesee county. Mr. B. was born in Shelbj', 
Orleans county, September 28, 18.31. He re- 
ceived an academical and common school 
education; is a Lawyer; has been District- 
Attorney of Genesee county, and Post- 
master at Batavia; is trustee lor the New 



York Institution for the Blind at that place. 
He is a member of the Committees on 
Claims and Printing. He received a vote 
of 9,777, against 7,681 for Ransom M. Skeels 
(Dem.) Vote, in 1867, Republican, 10,878; 
Democratic, 9,066. 

Thirtieth District 

(Jonslsta of the counties of Allegany, Liv- 
ingston and Wyoming. Population, in 1870, 
108,'2fil ; in 1865, 107,873. The Senator Is 

JAMES WOOD (Rep.), of Geneseo, Liv- 
ingston county. He was born in Alstend, 
Cheshire county, N. H., April 4, 1820; was 
educated at Union College, Schenectady ; Is 
a Lawj'er; was District Attorney of Liv- 
ingston county, 1854, '57; entered the U. S. 
service as Colonel of the 136th Regiment, 
N. Y. S. v., August, 1802, and was promoted 
to Brigadier-General and Major-General by 
brevet; took part in the battles of Chan- 
cellorsville, Fredericksburg and Gettys- 
burg; was subsequently transferred to the 
Army of the' Cumberland, and was with 
Gen. Sherman at Chattanooga, Atlanta, 
Savannah, etc., until the close of the war. 
He is a member of the Committees on 
Judiciary and Militia. He received a vote 
of 10,975, against 6,281 for Jeremiah H. Vin- 
cent (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Republican, 
13,048; Democratic, 8,250. 

Thirty-First District 

Consists of the county of Erie. Population, 
in 1870, 176,930; in 1865, 137,150. The Senator 
is 

LORAN L. LEWIS (Rep.), of BufT^lo. 
He was born at Auburn, Cayuga county. 
May 9, 1825; received the advantage of an 
academical course; studied law with Judge 
Hulbert and afterward with Seward and 
Blatchford. of Auburn, and, immediately 
upon his admission to i)ractice, removed to 
Buffalo. He was originally a Free Soil 
Democrat, and joined the Republican party 
upon its organization ; In the Senate he is a 
member of the Committees on Canals, 
Internal Affairs and Commerce and Navi- 
gation. He received a vote of 12,244 against 
11,985, for Asher P. Nichols (Dem.) Vote, 
in 1867, Democratic, 13,378; Republican 
11,867. 

Thirty-Second District 

Consists of the counties of Cattaraugus and 
CJliautauqua. Population, in 1870, 104,050; 
in 186.5, 102,730. The Senator is 

ALLEN D. SCOTT (Rep.), of Ellicott- 
ville, Cattaraugus countj'. He was born In 
Springville. Erie county, January 15, 1831, 
and educated at the Springville Academy 
and at Lima ; is a Lawyer ; has been Surro- 
gate and County Judge of Cattaraugus 
county. He was formerly a Whig. He is 
a member of the Committees on Finance 
and Indian AfTairs. He received a vote of 
10,984, against 6,194 for Jonas K. Button 
(Dem.) Vote, in 1867, Democratic, 7,022; 
Independent Republican, 6,819; Regular 
Republican, 6,110. 



Recapitulation. 

Republicans,- - 14 

Democrats, 17 

Vacancy,^ 1 

Total, 33 



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ASSEMBLY.- 

Bpealcer. Williak Hitchman. of New York. Clerk, Cobnklicb W. Abmstbono. of 
Albany. Sergeant-Ht-arms, John G. Rhoaoes, of Oiioudaga. 

The Assembly consists of 128 Members, elected annually, by single districts. Each 
county has at least one Member. They receive a compensation of f3per diem during the 
session, but not for more thau one hundred days. ' Their officers are chosen by vote at 
the opening of the session. 



Albany County. 

Contained a population, in 1S65, of 115,504; 
is a Democratic county, and has four Mem- 
bers. 

1st Distbict. (Southern district 2d ward 
of Albany, and towns of Berne, Bethlehem, 
Coeymans, Guilderland, Knox, New Scot- 
laud, Kensselaerville and Westerlo ; popu- 
lation, 25.612.) WILLIAM D. MURPHY 
(Dera.). of Knower-sville. He was born in 
Leitoi-3burg,Wa.shington county Md., April 
15, 1S32; graduated at Union college, in the 
class of 1854 ; is a Lawyer ; was admitted to 
the Bar in 1857; was originally a Henry 
Clay or " Silver Gray " Whig ; was a mem- 
ber of the Baltimore Convention in 1860, 
and has since acted with the Democratic 
party. He was a member of the last House, 
serving on the Committee of Ways and 
Means. He received a vote, In 1870, of 
3.083, against 2,777 for John Slingerland 
(Rep.) Vote In 1869, Democratic, 2,679; 
Republican, 2.664. 

2d Distbict. (Ist, northern district 2d, 
3d, western district 6th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 
16th wards of the city of Albany.) ROB- 
ERT C. BLACKALL (Rep.), of Albany. 
He received a vote of 3,344 against 2,277 for 
John Flood (Dem.), and 604 for Patrick W. 
Casaidy (Workingmen's). Vote In 1869, 
Democratic, 2,831 ; Republican, 2,467. 

Sd District. (4th, 5th, eastern district 
6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, llth and 12th wards of the 
city of Albany.) EDWARD J. COYLE 
(Dem.). of Albany. He was born In New 
York city, of Irish parentage ; received a 
common school education, and is engaged 
in the safe and hollow ware business, hav- 
ing been first a workman In the shop, then 
foreman, and now a partner in the firm of 
J. McB. Davidson & Co. He received a 
vote of 3,824 ogainst 2,709 for John J. Hag- 
gerty (Rep.), 200 for Patrick Coleman 
(Workingmen's), 183 for Thomas Mulhall, 
and 151 for James H. Kilbourn. Vote in 1869, 
Democratic, 3,438: Republican, 2,87L 

4Tn District. (10th ward of the city of 
Albany, the citv of Cohoes. and the town of 
Watervliet.) WILLIAM D. SUNDERLIN 

iRep.), of West Troy. He was born In 
Jroadalbin, Fulton county, of American 
parentage; received a common school edu- 
cation: is a manufacturer; wa.s Canal Col- 
lector 1860-7, and was formerly a Whig. He 
received a vote of 2,3:f2 against 2,104 for 
John Riley (Dem.). and 1,044 for George B. 
Mosher (Dem.) Vote in 1809, Democratic, 
2,11*8; Republican, 1,927. 

Allegany County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 40,285 ; is 
a Rppunlican county, and has one Member, 
CHARLES N. FLENAGIN (Rep.), ot 
Hume, where he was born, September 30, 
1839. He was educated at Genesee Confer- 
ence Seminary, FiKe. Wyoming county ; he 
is a i,awyer ; has been Clerk and Justice 
of the Peace in his native town, and was 
Supervisor two years ; is Attorney for Board 



of ExcLse of Allegany county. He was a 
member of the last House, serving on the 
Committee on State Prisons; ancf was re- 
elected by a vote of 5,565 against 2.566 for 
William itichard.son (Dem.) Vote in 1869 
Republican, 4,471; Democratic, 2,098. 

Broome County 

contained a population, in 1865, of 37,933; is 
a Republican county, and has one Member, 
WILLIAM MATHER ELY (Rep.), o^ 
Binghamton, where he was born, July 26, 
1818; he was educated at Amherst, Mass.; 
is a Farmer; was ttve years Supervisor of 
the old town of Chenango, and two years 
Chairman of the Board; was Supervisor of 
the new town of Binghamton, 1867, '68, both 
years Chairman of the Board; has been 
Justice of the Peace; was President, and 
for several years Treasurer, of the Broome 
County Agricultural Society; Is at present 
Vice-President of the State Agricultural 
Society; was formerly a Whig. He was a 
member of the last House, serving on the 
Committee on Affairs of Cities ; and of the 
Assembly of 1869. serving on Public Educa- 
tion, and as Chairman of the Committee on 
Agriculture. He was re-elected by a vote 
of 5,141 against 3,828 for Benjamin W. Lau- 
rence (Dem.) 

Cattaraugus County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 44,205 r Isti 
Republican county, and has two Members. 

18T District. (Allegany, Ashford, EUi- 
cottsville, Farmersville, Franklinville, 
Freedom, Hinsdale, Humphrev, Ischua, 
Lyndon, Machlas, Glean. Perry ville, York- 
snire: population, 21.617.) CLAUDIUS V. 
B. BARSK (Rep), of Glean. He was born 
In Manchester, Ontario county, December 
11, 1817, of German and New England par- 
entage; was educated at the Pennsylvania 
Law Academy; was formerly a director in 
the Buffalo and Washington Railroad Co. ; 
is a hardware merchant and banker, and 
President of the State Bank of Glean ; was 
formerly a Whig. He was a member of 
Assembly in 1869, and was chosen to the 
present House by a vote of 2,256 against 
1,869 lor William Smith (Dem.) Vote in 
1869, Republican, 1,850; Democratic, 1,550. 

2d District. (Town of Carrolton, Cold- 
spring, Conewango, Dayton, p:ast Otto, 
Great Valley, Mansfield. Napoli, New 
Albion, Otto, Perrysburgn, Persia, Ran- 
dolph, Salamanca, South Valley; popu- 
lation, 21 ,.541.) STEPHEN C. GREEN 
(Rep.), of Little Valley. He was born in 
Tompkins county. January 1, 1828; is of 
Dutch descent; received a common school 
and academic education in Jamofttown. 
Chautauqua county; was a printer until 
the age of 22, and is now a merchant; was 
Supervisor two years, and Superintendent 
of Poor six; was a member of the last As- 
semblj'. serving on the Committee on Ex- 
penditures of the House; was renominated 
without opposition, and elected by a vote 



of 2,649 against 1,888 for Judsou Bibley 
(Dem.) Vote In 1869, Republican, 2,140; 
Democratic, 1,385. 

Cayuga County 

Contained a population, In 1865, of 55,730: la a 
Republican county, and has two Members. 

IST District. (Towns of Brutus, Cato, 
Conquest. Ira, Mentz, Montezuma, S'^nnett, 
aterliiig, Throop and Victory, and tha ist, 
4tb, Sth and 6th wards of Auburn ; popula- 
Uon, 2«,188.) CHAK. H. CUR'TIS (Dem.), 
of Ir.H. (postofllce address, Meridian). He 
was born In Roxbury. Conn., of American 
paretitage; received a common school edu- 
cation, and Is a farmer. He received a 
vote of .;,906 against 2,864 for William H. 
Eaker (Rep.), and 187 for Daniel Hoyt 
(Temp.) Vote in 1869, Republican, 2,446; 
Derliocratlc, 2451. 

2d District. (Towns of Aurellus, Flem- 
ing, Genoa, Ledyard, Locke, Moravia, Nll<js, 
Owasco, Sclpio, .Sempronlus, 8prlngport, 
Summer Hill and Venice, and the 2d, Ha and 
7th wards of Auburn; population, 27,542.) 
STEPHENS. HEWITT (Rep.), of Genoa, 
Cayuga county, where he was born, July 9, 
1821. He was educated at Geneva College 
and Buifalo University ; is a Physician ; has 
beea Supervisor six years, and twice Chair- 
man of the Board ; was formerly a Whig. 
He was a member of the last House, serv- 
ing on the Committee on State Charitable 
Institutions, and was re-elected by a vote 
of 3,8.T7 against 2,204 for John Cuykendall 
(Dem.) Vote In 1869, RepubUcan, 2,996; 
Democratic, 1,^. 

Chautauqua County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 54,837; Is 
.aRepublican cponty, and has t>vo Members. 

18T District. (Towns of Busti, Chau- 
tauqua, Clyraer, Ellery, French Creek, 
Harmony, Mina, Portland, Ripley, Sher- 
man, Stockton and We.stfield ; population, 
2:^.610.) MATTHEW P.BEMUS (Rep.), of 
MuyviUe. He was born in the town of El- 
lery, January 3, 181S ; Wivs appointed County 
Treasurer In 1840, and held the office for six 
yeans, when he was elected County Clerk ; 
■he then gave himself up to agricultural 
lursiiit-s ; in 1865he became Treasurer of the 

iuffulo, Corry and Pittsburgh railroad and 
was subsequently chosen its President ; in 
the spring of 18<i7 he was elected Supervisor 
of the town of Chautauqua; he was a mem- 
ber of the last House, serving on the Com- 
mittee on Railroads, and also of the two 
preceeding bodies, serving on the Commit- 
tee on Affairs of Cities in 1869. He was 
elected to the present Assembly by a vote 
of 3,972 against 2,755 for Henry C. Kings- 
bury (Dem.) 

2d District. (Towns of Arkwright, Car- 
roll, Charlotte, Cherry Creek, Dunkirk, 
Ellicott. Ellington. Gerry. Hanover, Kian- 
tone, Poland, Pomfret, Sheridan and Vil- 
lenova; population, 34,918.) ORANGE S. 
WINANS (Rep.), of Dunkirk. He wa.s 
born in Chili, Monroe county, March 27, 
1329, where his father had settled when the 
place was a den.se wilderness, and a single 
log cabin marked the site of Rochester; 
he was educated at the Genesee Weslevan 
Seminary, Lima; subsequently married 
and settled in Le Roy: on the opening of 
the Erie railway, in 1850, he removed to 
Hornellsville. engaging in the mercantile 
bu.sine.ss; in 1352 he removed to Dunkirk, 
and became the Freight Agent of the Erie 
railway, which position he still holds ; he 



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was elected President of the village of 
Dunkirk in 1867 and 1868, and was a mem- 
ber of the last House, servipg on the Com- 
mittee on Internal Aflairs. He was re 
elected by a vote of 3,972 against 2,7t>5 for 
Franklin Burriit (Dem.) Vote, in 1869, 
Republican, 3.361 ; Democratic. 2,111. 

Chemung County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 31,923; is 
a closely contested county, and lias one 
Member. DANIEL B. HILL (Dem.), of 
Elmira. He received a vote of 4,00;j against 
3,562 for David Decker (Rep.) Vote, iu 1889, 
Democratic, 3,292; RepubUcan, 2,874. 

Chenango County 

Contained a population, in 1865. of 88,300; Is 
aRepublican county, and has one Member. 
. ANDREW SHEPARDSON (Rep.), of 
Smyrna, where he was born, 01 American 
parentage; he received an academic educa- 
tion; has been Justice of the Peace, and 
for six years a Supervisor of his town, 
during three of which he was Chairman of 
the Board ; be Is a Railway Station Agent. 
He received a vote of 5,508 against 4,018 for 
John Shattuck JDem.) Vote, in 1868, Re- 
publican, 4,935; Democratic, 3,969. 



Clinton County 

Contained a population. In 1865, of 45,713; la 
a closely contested county, and has one 
Memoer. SMITH M. WEED (Dem.), of 
Plattsburgh. He was born in Belmont, 
Franklin county, July 26, 1833: graduated 
from Harvard University, Jonuary 1, 1857; 
Is a Lawyer ; was a Member of Assembly 
in 1865, 1866 and 1867, serving, the tirst ses- 
sion, on the Committee on State Prisons, 
and the others on Railroads ; and was a 
Member of the last Constitutional Conven- 
tion. He was elected to the present Hou.se 
by a vote of 4,871 against 3,218 for Anselm 
P. Brand (Rep.) VoLe iu 1869, Democratic, 
3,582; Republican, 3,040. 



Columbia County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 44.905; is 
closely contested, and has two Members. 

IST District. (Towns of Ancram, Clav- 
erack, Clermont, Copake. Gallatin, Oer- 
mantown, Greenport, Livingston ami 
Taghkunick, and city of Hudson; popula- 
tion, 22,691.) BENJAMIN RAY (Dem,), 
of Greenport. He was born in Hudson, 
February 16, 1819, and is an Engineer by 
prof&ssion and Farmer by occupation; he 
was a Member of ALSsembly, In 1856, from 
New York city, and was elected to the 
present House by a vote of 3,099 against 
^717 for Jacob H. Duntz (Rep.) Vote in 
1869, Democratic, 2,619; Repuhlican, 2075. 

2d District. (Towns of i^sterlitz, 
Canaan, Chatham, Ghent, Hillsdale, Kin- 
derhook. New Lebanon, Stockport and 
Stuyvesant; poiJUlalion 22.214.) PERKINS 
F. CADY (Rti).). or Chatham (post-office 
address, Maldeh Bridge). He was born in 
Canaan, Columbia county, of American 
parentage, and received an academic and 
legal education. He is now a Farmer ; was 
Supervisor olChatham in 1882 and 1870, and 
was formerly a Whig, casting his hrst 
Pre.sldential vote for lienry Clay, He re- 
ceive(f avote of 2,622 against 2,572 for Henry 
M. Hayner (Dem.) Vote in 1869, Republi- 
can, 1,931 ; Democratic, 2,062. 



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Cortland County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 24,865; 
has heretofore alwaj'a been a Kepublican 
countv, and has one Member, HENRY S. 
RANbALL (Dera.), of Cortlandville, He 
was born in Madison county, New York, 
of American parentage; graduated from 
Union College ; is a Farmer ; wsis State Su- 
perintendent of Common Schools 18-11-.5, 
and Secretary of State 1852-3, and has held 
other official positions of responsibility, 
and is author of a Life of Thomas Jeffer- 
son and other works. He received a vote 
of 3,103 aejainst 2,706 for Erving Taintor 
(Rep.) Vote in 1869, Democratic, 1,568; 
Republican, 2,916. 

Delaware County- 
contained a population, in 1865, of 41,6.38 ; is 
■a Republican county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Towns of Colchester,' 
Franklin, Hamden, Hancock, Masonville, 
Sidney, Tompkins and.Walton ; population, 
20,794.) ALPIIEUS BOLT (Rep.), of Mason- 
ville, wtiere he was born October 15, 1820, 
of Yankee parentage. He received an aca- 
demical education ; is a Farmer; was three 
years Supervisor and ten years School Su- 
perintendent; was formerly a Whig. He 
was a member of the last House, serving 
on the Committees on Petitions of Aliens 
and Expenditures of the House, and was 
re-elected by a vote of 2,734 against 2,102 for 
James A. Kenyon (Dem.) Vote in 18G9, 
Republican, 2,28i ; Democratic, 1,709. 

2d Distuict. (Towns of Andes. Bovina, 
Davenport, Delhi, Harpersfield, Kortright, 
Meredith, Middletown, Roxbury and Stan- 
ford; population. 20,844.) JAMES H. GRA- 
HAM (Kep.), of Delhi. He received a vote 
of 2,503 against 2,3U1 for Francis R. Gilbert 
(Dem.) Vote in 1869, Republican, 1,941; 
Democratic, 2,209, 

Dutchess County 

Contained, in 186-5, a population of 58,772; is 
a Kepublicau county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Towns of Amenia, Beek- 
man, Dover, East Pishkill, Pishkill, La 
Grange. Northeast, Pawling, Blue Plains, 
Stanford, Union Vale and Washington ; 
population, 31,470.) JAMES A. SEWARD 
(Rep.) of Fishkill (post-oftace address, 
Poughkeepsie). where he was born January 
3, lS;i5, of American parentage ; he received 
a common school and academic education, 
and is a Merchant and Manufacturer. He 
was a member of the last House, serving 
on the Committee on Trade and Manufac- 
tures, and was re-elected by a vote of 4.393 
against 2,968 for Phoenix Bockee (Dem.) 
Vote in 18G9, Republican, 3,126 ; Democratic, 
2,6.5^1. 

2d District. (Towns of Clinton, Hyde 
Park, Milan, Pleasant Valley. Poughkeep- 
sie, Poughkeepsie city. Red Hook and 
Rhinebeck; population. 3},722.) DAVID 
H. MULFORD (Rep./, of Hyde Park, 
where he was born Alarch 11, 18'2.3, on a 
homestead belonging to the same family 
lor five successive generation^. For fifteen 
years he has been a Produce Forwarder and 
Ice Dealer, and was Supervisor 1860, '61 and 
'68. He was a member of the last House, 
serving on the Committee on Roads and 
Bridges, and was re-elected by a vote of 
4,202 against 3.468 for Joel N. Degroff ( Dem.) 
Vote in 1869, Republican, 3,294 ; Democratic, 
3.062. 



Erie County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 134,656, 
is closely contested, and has five Members. 

1st District. (Town of West Seneca, 
and 1st, 5th, 8th and 13th wards of Buffalo ; 
population, 44,412.) GEORGP] CHAMBERS 
(Dem.), of Buffalo. He was born In Ire- 
land, received a common school education, 
is a Grocer, and has served two terms in the 
Common Council of Buffalo. He received 
a vote of 3,708 against 2,397 for Edward H. 
Myers (Rep.) Vote in 1869, Democratic, 
2,7-24; Republican, 2,030. 

2d District-. (2d, 3d, 4th and 6th wards 
of Buffalo; population. 31,299.) JOHN 
HOWELL (Dem.), of Buffalo. He received 
a vote of 3.367 against 2,632 for James E, 
Thomson (Rep.) Vote in 1869, Democratic, 
2,457; Republican, 2,584. 

3n District. (7th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th 
wards of Buffalo; population, .32,138.) 
FRANKLIN A. ALBERGER (Rep.J). of 
Buffalo. He was Canal Commissioner 
1862-7. He received a vote of 3,149 against 
2,9()1 for John H. Vought (Dem.) Vote in 
1869, Republican, 2,840; Democratic, 2,507. 

4th Di.strict. (Towns of Alden. Am- 
herst, Chictawauga, Clarence, El ma. Grand 
Island, Lancaster, Marilla, Newstead and 
Tonawanda; population. 29,480.) HARRY 
B. RANSOM (Dem.), of Tonawanda. He 
was a member of the last House, serving 
on the Committee on Trade and Manufac- 
tures, and the Sub-committee of the Whole, 
and was re-elected by a vote of 2,657 against 
2,304 for Levinus Cornwell (Rep.) Vote iu 
1869, Democratic. 2,.3.33; Republican, 1,701. 

5th Di.strict. (Towns of Aurora, Bos- 
ton, Brant, Colden, Collins, Concord. East 
Hamburgh, Eden. Evans, Hamburgh, Hol- 
land, Sardinia and Wales; population, 26,- 
<)17.) JOHN M. WILEY (Dem.), of Colden. 
He received a vote of 3,1'iO against 2,802 for 
Job Southwick (Rep.) Vote in 1869, Demo- 
cratic, 2,578 ; Republican, 2,587. 

Essex County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 28,644; Is 
a Republican county, and has one Member, 
CLAYTON H. DkLANO (Rep.), of Ticon- 
deroga, where he was. born February 8. 1836. 
He was educated at the Albany Law School; 
is a Farmer; was Supervisor four years; 
was a Democrat until the second year of 
the Rebellion, and has since been a Repub- 
lican. He was a member of the last House, 
serving on the Committee of Public Ileal th, 
and was re-elected by a vote of 3,193 against 
2,413 for Richard C. R. Chase (Dem.) Vote 
in 1869, Republican, 2,573; Democratic, 1,773. 

Franklin County 

Contained a population, in 186.5, of 28,575; Is 
a Republican countv. and has one Member. 
JAMES H. PIF:RCE (Rep.), of town of 
Franklin (post-offlce address Blooming- 
dale. Es.sex county). He was born in New 
Sweden, Clinton county, August 27, 1826; 
received a common school education ; is an 
active business man; was Supervisor in 
Esse.x county six years, and was Chairman 
of the Board three years; has been Super- 
visor in Franklin county two years ; served 
in the late Rebellion as Captain n8th N. Y. 
S. Vols., IVom August, 1862, to February, 
1865, participating in the siege of Suffolk 
and battles of South Anna Bridge anrt 
Drury's Bluff; was captured by the rebels 
at Drnry's Bluff, and was a prisoner seven 
months. Was formerly a Whig, voted for 
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He was a member of the last House, serv- 
inK on the Committee on the Affairs of 
Vllluge.s. and was re-elected by a vote of 
2,8'29 Hgiiinst 2,375 for Andrew W. Ferguson 
(l3em.) Vote in 1869, Kepublican, 2,384; 
Democratic, 1,685. 

Fulton and Hamilton Counties 

Form one District. Fulton county con- 
tained a population, In 1865, of 24.512, and 
Hamilton, of 2,653. The District is closely 
contested, and has one Member, MORTI- 
MER WADE (Rep.), of Johnstown. He 
wa.s born in Oppenheim (now St. Johns- 
ville). Montgomery county; is of English 
and Gei'man descent; received a common 
school education; Is a Tanner and Manu- 
facturer of gloves and mittens ; was clerk 
In a store, and then teacher for several 
years; he was elected Supervisor of tne 
Democratic town of Ephratah in 1856, '53 
and '69, and County Clerk in 1859, '02, '65 and 
'68, and is now President of the Village 
of Johnstown; he was formerly a Whig, 
casting his first Presidential vote for Henry 
Clay. He was elected to the Assembly by 
a vote (if 3,306 against 3,169 for John J. Ma- 
son (Dem.l Vote in 1869, Republican, 2,848 ; 
Democratic, 3,013. 

Genesee County 

Contained a population, in 186-5, of 31,728; is 
a Republican county, and has one Member, 
VOLNEY G. KNAPP (Rep.), of Wheat- 
vllle. He was born in the town of Spring- 
water, Livingston county, N. Y., January 
17, 1841 ; he received his education at Cary 
Collegiate Seminary and Genesee Acad- 
emy; he is a Farmer: was elected Super- 
visor of the town of Alabama in the year 
1868, and was re-elected in the years 1869 
and 1870, without opposition, receiving 
nearly theunanimous vote of both political 
parties, and the last year was chosen Chair- 
man of the Board of Supervisors of Genesee 
county. He received a vote of 3,691 against 
2,53.5 for George Burt (Dem.) Vote in 1869, 
Republican, 2,861 ; Democratic, 2,049, 

Greene County- 
Contained a population, In 1865, of 31,710; is 
a Democratic countv, and has one Member. 
HIRAM VAN STEENBURGH (Dem.), of 
Catskill. He was born in East Durham, 
March 10, 1871 ; received a common school 
education; is an Ice Dealer; was formerly 
a Whig, subsequently a Know Nothing; 
was Supervisor of the town of Catskill in 
1866. '67, and a member of the last House, 
serving on the Committees on Trade and 
Manufactures, and Public Lands, and was 
re-elected by a vote of 3,482 against 3,332 for 
Isaac Mygatt (Rep.) Vote in 1869, Demo- 
cratic, 3,142; Republican, 2,212, 

Herkimer County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 29,154; is 
a Republican county, and has one Member, 
DANIEL A. NORTHUP (Rep.), of Salis- 
bury Center. He was born in Oppenheim, 
Fulton county, June 17, 1817; received a 
common school education, working by the 
month in summer and attending school 
during winter; Is a Merchant; was Super- 
visor six years ; has been Postmaster smce 
1862 ; was formerlv a Democrat. He was a 
member of the last House, serving on the 
Committee on Charitable and Religious 
Societies, and was re-elected by a vote of 



4,989 against 4,018 for Amos Bridenbecker 
(bemT) Vote in 1860. Republican, 4,108; 
Reform Democratic, 3,514. 

, Jefiferson County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 66,458; Is 
a Republican county, and has two Mem- 
bers. ^ 

1st Distuict. (Towns of Adams, Cliam- 
pion, EllLsburgh, Henderson, Hounsfield, 
Lorraine, Rodman, Rutland, Watertown, 
and Worth : population 29,485.) OLIVER 
C. WYMAN (Rep.), of Rodman, where he 
was born , of American parentage ; received 
a common school and academic education : 
has been school teacher and merchant, and 
is jiow a Farmer; the first public position 
he ever held was in 1336, when he was 
Deputy Inspector of Customs ; has been 
Supervisor and Superintendent of Schools 
four years. He was elected to the Assem- 
bly by a vote of 4,419 against 2.483 for Albert 
A. Davis (Dem.) Vote in 1869, Republican, 
2,820: Democratic, 2.091. 

2d District. (Towns of Alexandria, 
Antwerp, Brownville, Cape Vincent, Clay- 
ton, Le Rqy,Lyme, Orleans, Pamelia. Phil- 
adelphia, 'Theresa and Wilna; population, 
36,963.)_JAMES JOHNSON (Rep.), of Clay- 
ton. He was born in Frankfort. Herkimer 
county. May 3. 1824, of American parent- 
age; is a Merchant; was Town Clerk of 
Clayton from February, 1855, to February, 
1859; Justiceof the Peace of the same town 
from February, 1859, to January 1, 1867; 
Postmaster at Depauville from July 1, 1854, 
to October, 1860, and from May 3, 1861, to 
May, 1363; Supervisor of Clayton, 1865-6, 
and Sheriff of Jefferson county, 1867-9. He 
was a Free Soil Democrat until 1860. He 
was elected to the Assembly by a vote of 
3,662 against 3,245 for Andrew J. Dewey 
(Dem.) Vote In 1869, Republican, 3,125; 
Democrat, 2,698. 

Kings County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 243,459 ; 
is a Democratic county, and has nine Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Wards 1. 2 and 5 of 
Brooklvn : population. 32,702.) DAVID C. 
AITKEN (Dem.), of Brooklyn. He re- 
ceived a vote of 7,267 against 4,223 for Edwin 
F. Woodruff (Rep.) Vote in 1869, Demo- 
crat, 2.839; Republican. 1,777. 

2d District. (Wards 3. 4 and 11 of 
Brooklvn; population. 33,6.39.) SMITH C. 
BAYLtSS (Dem.). of Brooklyn. He re- 
ceived a vote of .3,911 against 3,061 for Sam- 
uel T. Jones (Rep.) Vote, in 1869, Demo- 
cratic, 2,851 ; Republican. 2,827. 

3d District. (Wards 6 and 12 of Brook- 
lyn; population, 39.492.) DOMINICK H. 
ROCHE (Dem.), of Brooklyn. He was born 
in the county of Cork, Ireland, in 1834; 
removed with his parents to New York 
city in 1846 ; received a common school edu- 
cation ; commenced business life as a clerk 
in a wholesale dry goods establishment in 
that city ; rose to the position of chief book- 
keeper and cashier, and was about to be 
admitted partner, when the crLsis of 1860 
forced the house into bankruptcy, in conse- 
quence of its large Southern trade. He had 
removed to Brooklyn in 18.54, and in 1861 
was employed for six months in adjusting 
the accounts of the City Sinking Fund, 
which had become involved In great con- 
fusion; he then accepted an important 
position in the Register's office, and in 1863 
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.Asnessors, which position he still holds ; he 
was an active member of the old Volun- 
teer Fire Department until it ceased to 
exist ; in 18<i3 he was elected Trustee of the 
f*ire Department Widows and Orphans' 
Benefit iund, of which Board he was Presi- 
dent for several years, and Is now Chairman 
of the Law Committee. He was elected to 
the Assembly by a vote of 3,175 against 
1,190 for Thomas Earll (Rep.), and 2Md for 
Philip Clare (Ind.) Vote, in 1809, Demo- 
cratic, 4,177 ; Republican, 1,145. 

4th District. (Wards 8 and 10 of Brook- 
lyn : population, 38,497.) WILLIAM W. 
MOfeELEY (Dem.) Ke was born at Glas- 
tenbury. Conn., October 18, 1836; was edu- 
Ciited at the Oneida Conference Seminary, 
Cazcnovia; settled at SjTaouse, N. Y., In 
1855. and WHS employed in the Mechanics' 
Bank as book-keeper ; in September, 1862, 
entere<l the army as 2d Lieut. 149th N. Y. 
v., and shortly after was commissioned by 
the President as Captain and Aid-de-Camp 
on the stair of Maj.-Gen. Slocum, in which 
position he participated in the battles of 
Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, also in all 
the operations of Gen. Slocum's command 
in the West, including Sherman's march to 
the sea. and the campaign of the Carolinas, 
being brevetted Major for gallant services 
at the battle of Bentonville, N. C. March 
19, 1.S65. Resigned commission October. 
18(!5 ; in summer of 1866 was appointed U. S. 
Collector of Internal Revenue, for the 23d 
Dist. N. Y. ; failing of confirmation, term 
of office expired March 4. 1867, and has 
since been connected with Merchants' 
Union Express as correspondent. In the 
A.ssembly of 1869. he was a member of the 
Committees on Privileges and Elections 
and Roads and Bridges, and in the last 
House he was Chairman of the Committee 
on Salt, and a member of the Committees 
on Alfalrs of Cities and Militia and Public 
Defense. He received a vote of 6,010 against 
3,5.5 for John G. L. Boettcher (Rep). Vote, 
in 1869 Democratic, 4,017; Republican, 2,272. 

6th D (STRICT. (Wards 7 and 20, Brook- 
lyn: population, 29,948.) WILLIAM W. 
GOODRICH (Rep.), of Brooklyn. He was 
born in Havana, Schuyler county: gradu- 
ated from Amherst College in 1852, and 
subsequently attended the Law School in 
All)any • is a Lawyer, and member of the 
firm of Goodrich A Wheeler, doing business 
at No. 59 Wall street. New York city; he 
was a Member of Assembly In 1866, serving 
on the Committee on Judiciary; was a can- 
didate for Senate in 1868; nominated for 
Assembly In 1867, and declined; was a 
candidate in 1869, and contested the seat 
of William C.Jones; is a member of the 
Brooklyn Board of Education. He received 
a vote of 3,656 against 2,965 for Charles B. 
Wiley (Dem.) Vote in 1869, Republican, 
2,064; Democratic, 2,678. 

6th District. (Wards 16 and 19 of 
Brooklyn; population, 32.434.) BERNARD 
HAVER (Dem.), of Williamsburgh. He 
was born in France, January 1, 1821, of 
French-German ancestry; his parents re- 
moved to th s country whil»» he was yet a 
child, nettling upon a farm at Paiatine, 
Montgomery county ; in 18.i3 they removed 
to New York city, where he was educated 
in the public schools: at the age of twenty- 
four he engaged in the busmcss of Produce 
Broker, and has held a stand in Washing- 
ion market for nearly a quarter of a 
o^ntury. He wa.s a Member of the last 
Assembly, serving on the Committee on 
Expenditures of the House, and was re- 



elected by a vote of 2,841 to 2.246 for J. a 
Catlin (Rep.) Vote in 1869, Democratic, 
2,048; Republican, 1,848. 

7th District. (Wards 13 and 14 of 
Brooklyn; population, 33,216.) WILLIAM 
WAINWRIGHT (Dem), of Brooklyn, 
K D. He was born in Philadelphia, Penn., 
of American parentage; received a com- 
mon school education, and Is a News 
Agent. He was elected by a vote of 8,157 
agamst 2,258 for Frederick Cochu (Rep.) 
Vote in 1869, Democratic, 2,334 ; Republican, 
2,422. 

8th DrsTRTCT. (Wards 15, 17 and 18 of 
Brooklyn ; population, 27.736.) SAMUEL 
F. CON8ELYEA (Dem.), of William.s- 
burgh. He received a vote of 2,595 against 
2.W7 for Gewge C. Bennett (Rep.) Vote in 
1869, Democratic, 2,2;« : Republican, 2,1.50. 

9th Distric-t. (Ward 9 of Brooklyn, 
and towns of Flatbush, Flatlands, Graves- 
end, New Lota and New Utrecht; popula- 
tion, 38,155.) JOHN C. JACOBS (Dem.), of 
Brooklyn. Mr. J. was born in Lancaster 
county, Penn., December 16, 1839; is a 
Printer bv trade and a Journalist by avoca- 
tion ; was for several years the Albany 
Correspondent of the New York World 
and other papers, and was a war corres- 
pondent of New York Journals during 
Mct'lellan's campaign ; he was an unsuc- 
cessful candidate for Member of Assembly 
in 1863 and 1865, running against J. C. Perry 
the first year and W. W. Goodrich the 
second, and the Democratic candidate for 
Clerk of the House in 1864 ; he was elected 
to the Assembly in 1866 and has been ever 
since a Member of the House, his majority 
being usually larger than the State ticket 
received. In 1869 he served on the Com- 
mittee on Commerce and Navigation and 
several special committees, and m 1370 was 
Chairman of Committee on Ways and 
Means, and ft member of Committees on 
Insurance and Grievances. He was re- 
elected by a vote of 4,596 against 3,:j79 for 
Francis B. Fisher (Rep.) Vote in 1869, 
Democratic, 3,461 ; RepuDllcftu, 2,314. 

Lewis County 

Contained a population, in 1885, of 27,840; 
is a closely contested county, and has one 
Member, JOSEPH PAHUD (Rep.), of 
HarrLsville. He received a vote of 3,160 
against 2,73.5 for Isaac A. Wormuth (Dem.) 
Vote In 1869, Republican, 2,5»i; Demo- 
cratic, 2,595. 

Livingston County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of .17,555 ; Is 
a Republican conntv, and has one Member. 
RICHARD JOHNSON (Rep.), of Ea.st 
Groveland. He was born in Groveland, 
November 25, 1815, and received his educa- 
tion in a log school-house in that town ; is a 
Farmer, and for three years has been cor- 
respondent for Livingston county with the 
Agricultural Department at Washington, 
and has distributed seeds in all parts of the 
Northern States; was Justice of the Peace 
in 18.52: Justice of Sessions, 1.S.54, '55; was 
Excise Commissioner 18.17 to 1869 inclusive; 
WiiM U. S. Assessor in 18(52: was formerly a 
Whig, and a Delegate to the Whig State 
Convention in 1854. He was a member of 
the last House, serving on the Committee 
on Militia and Public Defense, and was re- 
elected by a vote of 4,170 against 3,309 tor 
William ^I. C. Hosmer. (Dem.) Vote, in 
186a, Republican, 3,106 ; Democratic. 2,427. 



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Madison County 

Ooatained a population, in 1865, or40,718 ; is 
a Republican county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

J8T District. (Towns of Brook field. De 
Ruyter, Eaton. GeorRetown, Hamilton, 
Lebanon, Madison tin«l Nelson; population, 
19,875.) DAVID L. FlfcjK (Rep.), of North 
BroolctteUJ, where he was born January 1, 
1829. of Americiir. parentage. lie was edu- 
cated at Hamilton Academy and De Ruyter 
Institute; is a Farmer; has been Coroner, 
Deputy Hheriff, Justice of the Peace, No- 
tary Public, and President Brookfield 
ACTicultural Society; was formerly a 
Whig. He w.os elected by a vote of 2,859 
against I..578 for Ephraim Fisk (Dera.), and 
hO for Edmund B. Woodman (Temp. Rep.) 
Vote, In 18«9, Republican, 2,409; Democratic, 
1,.142. 

2d Distrtct. (Towns of Caj5«novia, 
Fenner, Lenox, Smithfield, Stnckbridge 
and Sullivan; population 32.7.T2.) LEON- 
ARD G KILHAlkt (Rep.), of Oneida, Madi- 
son county, N. Y. He was born in Turin, 
Lewis county, N. Y., May 6. IS-JG; his par- 
ents were born in Massachusetts, and emi- 
grated to Lewis county, N. Y., about the 
year 1800. He was early thrown upon his 
own resources; was educated at common 
schools, and compl»*te(l his course of study 
at the Lowville and Whitesboro academies. 
He Is a Lawyer by profession ; was admit- 
ted to practice in the State Courts in 1853, 
and In theU. S. Courts in I860 ; he j)racticed 
his profession for about ten years in Lewis 
county, in which county he officiated as 
Superintendent of Common Schools, Loan 
Commissioner of the U. S. Deposit Fund, 
and District Attorney, for terms of three 
years each. He was a Whig until the for- 
mation of the Republican party .since which 
he has been a zealous advocate of Republi- 
canism. He was a Member in 1869 and 1870, 
serving on the Committees on Judiciarj-, 
Federal Relations and Engrossed Bills. 
He Wiis re-elected by a vote of 2,.569 against 
2,a46 for William H. Walrath (Dem.), Anti- 
Dram Sliop candidate, Plyment Mat- 
toon, receiving 103 votes, and Labor Re- 
form candidate, Andrew Simons, about 
103 votes. Vote in 18.S9, Republican 2,.J«9 
against 1,628 for Duncan McDugall (Dem.) 

Monroe County 

Contained a population. In 1865, of 104,215 ; Ls 
a Republican county, and has three mem- 
bers. 

iHT District. (Towns of Brighton, Hen- 
rietta, Irondequoit, Mendon, Penfield, Per- 
Inton, PIttsford. Rush and Webster; popu- 
lation. ai,966.) RICHARD D. CX)LE f Dem.), 
of Ironde<tuoit (P. O. address, Rochester). 
He was born in Meinlon, Monroe county, 
of American parentage; received a com- 
mon school eniicalion ; is a Farmer; was 
Supervisor of Irondequoit four years suc- 
cessively, and was elected to the Assembly, 
notwithstanding Wood.'ord had a majoritv 
of 473 in the district, by a vote ot 2.3JJ 
against 2.261 for James Harris (Rep.) Vote 
in 18(a>, Democrat. 1,313; Republican, 2.-2:jl. 

2iJ District. (Rnchester city; popula- 
tion. 50 940.) GEOUOE D. lord rD.>m.), 
of Rochester. He wm^ born in Ontario 
county, of American parentiige, and is a 
Farni»'r. During the canvass the two can- 
didates signed a card, which sjxid that 
"deeming the expenditure of money in a 
politicHl contest prejudicial to the public 
good, do hereby agree and give notice, that 



we will not ourselves expend, or sanction 
In others the expenditure of, money for 
such purposes, other than ordinary election 
expenses." Mr. Lord received a vote of 
5,282 against 4,194 for Charles 8. Baker 
(Rep.), and HM for James Laverty, (Work- 
ingu'.an). Vote in 1869, Democrat, 4,053; 
Republican, 4.291. 

3u DiHTKioT. (Towns of ClarkBon, Chill, 
Oates, Greece, Hamlin, Ogden, Parma, 
Riga, .Sweden and Wheatland ; popula- 
tion, 28,:f:9.) VOLNEY P. BROWN, (Hep.), 
of Wheatland (P. O. address, Mumford), 
where he was born, October 11, 1824. His 
father, Gen. Theron Brown, was one of the 

f)ioneers of western New York, served 
n the war of lavi, and rose from the ranks 
to the grade of Brigadier General, and the 
son belongs to an ancient military organi- 
zation, known as the old Floodwood Com- 
pany. Mr. B. is a P'armer; iecetve<l a 
common school education ; has held every 
local oQice up to and including Supervisor, 
and Is now Justice of the Peace: during 
the war he was a member of the town 
board ; he was a Member of the last House, 
serving on the Committee on Federal Rela- 
tions, and was re-elected by a vote of 2,014 
against 2.401 for James H. Warren (Dem.) 
Vote in 1869, Republican, 2,516 ; Democrat, 
1,900. 

Montgomery County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 31,447: Is 
a closely contested county, and has one 
Member, WEBSTER WAGNER (Rep.), 
of Palatine Bridge, the well known Draw- 
ing Room and Sleeping Car proprietor. He 
received a vote of 4,1.50 against 3,9.51 for 
Jacob G. Snell (Dem.) Vote in 1869, Repub- 
lican, 3,202; Democrat, 3,812. 

New York County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 726,386; 
Is the chief seat of the Democratic strength 
of the State, and has twenty-one Members. 

1st District. (Wards 1, 2, 3 and 5; pop- 
ulation, 23,502.) MICHAEL MADIGAN 
(Dem.), of New York city. He received a 
vote of 3,2»il against 207 for Benjamin F. 
Weymouth (Rep.), and 2,191 for James 
lIealey(V.D.) Vote in 18(.9. Democratic, 
4,308: Republican, 754; Democratic Union, 
1,470. 

2d District. (Ward 4 and part of the 
6th ward; population, 24,058.) DENNIS 
BURNS (Dem.) He was born In Ireland 
in 1827 ; came to this country when ten years 
of age; worked as stone-cutter until ill 
health compelled him 10 relinquish it, and 
is now a Clerk in the County Clerk's office : 
was a Member of Assembly in 18<>8 and 1869. 
serving on the Committees on Banks and 
Claims. In the last House he was Chair- 
man of the Committee on Insurance, and a 
mem-ber of the Committee on Charitable 
and Religious Societies, and was re-elecied 
bv a vote of 4,036 to 1.473 for William Walsh 
( kep.) Vote in 1S69, Democratic, 6,041 ; Re- 
publican. 6Ti 

3D District. (Ward 14and part of the 
r.th ward; population, 22.21.5.) JOHN 
HAYES (Dem.). of New York city. He 
received a vote of 3,705 against 1,.539 for 
James Haves (Rep. and Y. D.) Vote in 
l»«a, Democratic, 4,699; Republican, 1.:««.5; 
Independent Democratic, 396: Democratic 
Union, 373. 

4th District. (Ward 7, population, 27,- 
054.) JOHN J. BLAIR (Dem.), of 66 Essex 
street. New York. He was born in New 



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York clt,v, April 17,1833. of Irish parentage, 
and received a common scliool education: 
i3 a Machinist, serving an apprenticesliip 
in tile Allaire Iron Works ; was Lieutenant 
of Police in 18)6, '57; engineer of Marine 
Corps in Port Royal liarbor during tlie war ; 
lie afterward became connected witli the 
Fifth District Judicial Court, New York 
city; he was a Member of Assembly in 
1868, 181)9 and 1370. In the last House he 
served on the Committees on Railroads and 
Indian Attairs. He was re-elected by a vote 
of 4,601 against 499 lor Patrick F. Murray 
(Rep,), and 676 for Patrick McNamara 
(Y. D.) Vote in 1869, Democratic. 4,138; 
Republican, 1.162; Democratic Union, 456. 

5th District. (Ward 8, and part of 
9th and 15th wards ; population, 39,503.) 
G?:ORGE L. LOUTREL (Dem.), of New 
York city. He is a Printer, is 42 years of 
age, and was a Member of Assembly in 
1862, 1863 and 1865. He received a vote of 
3,819 against 710 for William C. Hanna 
(Rep.), and 1,649 for Christopher Johnson 
(Y. D.) Vote in 1869, Democratic, 3.367; 
Republican, 1,213; Democratic Union, 
l,9fr4. 

6th District. (Ward 13; population, 
21,851.) TIMOTHY J. CAMPBELL (Tam. 
Dem.) He was born in County Cavan, 
Ireland, of Scotch-Irish ancestry, in Jan- 
uarv, 1840; his parents rpmoved to New 
York city when he was five years of age; 
he is a printer by trade, and during a lew 
months in 1860 was connected with the 
Augusta (Ga.) Dispatch ; he was connected 
with the Volunteer Fire Department; is 
Clerk in the office of the County Clerk of 
New York, and a member of the Tammany 
Hall General Committee. He was a Mem- 
ber of Assembly in 1S68, serving as Chair- 
man of the Committee on Roads and 
Bridges, and Jis a member of the Commit- 
tee on Internal Affairs of Towns and Coun- 
ties, and in 1869 as a member of the Com- 
mittee on Affairs of Cities ; he held the same 
position in the last House, and was also 
Chairman of the Committee on Petitions 
of Aliens; he was re-elected by a vote of 
2,838agalnst 1,380 for Anthony Miller (Y.D.), 
and 164 for Francis Snyder (Ind.) 

7th District. (Parts of wards 9. 15 and 
16; population. 23,832.) JOHN CAREY 
(Dem), of New York city. He was born 
in Mead county. Ireland, April 2-5, 1S36. and 
removed to this country with his parents 
when he was fourteen years of age; re- 
ceived a public school education in New 
York city; is a wholesale and retail Liquor 
Dealer, and in the last House was a mem- 
ber of the Committees on Claims and 
Charitable and Religious Societies. The 
canvassers certified his election by a vote 
of 1.872 agahist 1.803 for Horatio N. Twom- 
bly (Rep.), but the latter contests the seat, 
on the ground that the true vote (counting 
districts rejected by the board) stood, 
Twombly. 2,222; Carey, 2,204. Vote In 1869, 
Democratic, 1.752; Republican, 1,163; Inde- 
pendent Republican, 9&1. 

8th District. (Ward 10, and parta of 
wards 11 and 17 ; population. 37,001.) MA R- 
TIN NACHTMANN (Dem.), No. 117 Wil- 
lett street. New York city. He was born 
In Rottenbach, Bavaria, September 29, 1836; 
attended a German county school for about 
five years: came to the United States when 
about fifteen years of age, entered the print- 
ing office of the Harper Bros, where he has 
beon employed for seventeen years; Is an 
Adams' Press Printer; was a member of 
Assembly in 1869, serving on the Committee 



on Public Printing, and in 1870asC;hairman 
of the same, and also as member of Com- 
merce and Navigation, and Roads and 
Bridges. Under the excise law of 1870, he 
was appointed Excise Commissioner by 
Mayor Hall, and was chosen Its Treasurer 
by the Board. He was elected to the pres- 
ent House bv a vote of 5,180 against 1,439 
for Samuel Engel (Rep.) Vole in 1869, Dem- 
ocratic, 4.297; Republican, 1,324; Demo- 
cratic Union, 617. 

9th District. (Parts of the 9th and 16th 
wards ; population, 2S,.590.) JAMES O'NEIL 
(Dem.), 01 New York citv. He was elected 
by a vote of 2,2.32 against 1,570 for John M. 
Costa (Rep.), 1,336 for Joseph Chamberlain 
(Rep.), and 994 for Alexander V. David.son 
(Y. D.) Vote in 1869, Democratic, 2,613; 
Republican, 2,563; Democratic Union, 517. 

lOTH District. (Parts of the l7th ward ; 
population, 27,300.) CHRISTOPHER 
FLECKE (Dem.), of New York city. He 
was elected bv a vote of 2,703 against 285 for 
Harvey II. Woods (Rep.), and 1,962 for 
Adam Engel (Y. D.) 

llTH District. (Parts of wards 18, 20 
and 21; population, ;?7,785.) LAWRENCE 
O'BRIEN (Dem.), of New York city. He 
was born In Ireland, In 1848; was educated 
In the public schools of New York city ; 
has been Alderman and Deputy .SheriflT, 
holding the former office for the 11th ward, 
when it was abolished by act of the Legis- 
lature of 1870; served during the early part 
of the civil war in the volunteer service, 
but afterward resigned his commission. 
He received a vote of 2,378 against 2,326 for 
John V. Gridley (Rep.), 670 for James M. 
Cross (Rep.), and 122 for Thomas Forsyth 
(Y. D.) 

12th District. (Part of the 11th ward ; 
population, 24,4i5.) WILLIAM W. COOK 
(Dem.), of New York city. He was born 
In Philadelphia, October 12, 1832; two years 
subsequently his parents removed to New 
York city, where he was educated in the 
public schools, and served an apprentice- 
ship as mason, but has not since followed 
the trade: In 1854 he received an appoint- 
ment In the melting and refining depart- 
ment of the United States assay offlce, 
which he held until elected to the Assem- 
bly in 1869; in the last House he was a 
member of the Committees on Banks, Pub- 
lic Health, and Two-thirds and Three-fifths 
Bills. He was elected by a vole of 3,611 to 
805 for Frederick Klein (Rep.), and 508 for 
Richard G. Hunt (Ren.) Vote in 1869, 
Democratic, 3,219 ; Republican, 1,72-3. 

13th District. (Part of the 16th ward; 
population, 24,425.) RICHARD FLANA- 
GAN (Dem.), of New York city, where 
he was born, December 18, 1835; he was 
educated in the public schools; served an 
apprenticeship as plasterer, and has been 
Clerk of the Second District Police Court 
for seven years ; he was a member of the 
last House, serving on the Committees on 
Militia and Public Defense, Roads and 
Bridges, and Expenditures of the House, 
and was re-elected by a vote of 2,562 against 
2.243 for Benjamin C. Wandell (Rep.), and 
191 for Michael Gallagher (Y. D.) Vote In 
1869, Democratic. 2,-359; Republican, 2,027; 
Democratic Union, 171. 

14th District. (Part of the I7th ward ; 
population, 28,740.) JOHN TYLER KELLY 
(Dem.), of New York city. He was elected 
by a vote of 2,303 against 872 for John H. 
Brady (Rep.), and 833 James Daly (Y. D.) 
Vote in 1869, Democratic, 2,220 ; Republican, 
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I'lTH District. (Part of ward 20: pnpn- | 
Ifttlon. W..V08} ALEXANDEll FREAK 
(iJeni.) Mr. F. wtM born in PoU!jhkeei>slp, 
August IH. 1S20; Is a Br-ikt-r; was t'ii>jage<l 
as the head of an extensive Importing Hini 
uniil It wiw swept awa3' hy the rt-vulsion of 
1S57; was Councilnmn. 7th district, in I8.V5; 
Aldcrnmn litli district. IHfiO-l, and Member 
of Assembly in I8«(i. '(17, 'uS, 'G'J and '70, serv- 
Inc the latter session as (.'hairnian of the 
t'ommitteeoii Cities. Hewas re-elected bj'a 
voteof3.B77 to l.tiUj for James H. Anderson 
(Rep.), and l,f«9 lor William B. Pen in (Y. 
D.) Vote in 18<19, Democratic. 3,0J3; Re- 
piibllraii, 9JI ; Democratic Union, 593; 
Working^men, 446. 

IGtu District. (Part of the ISth ward ; 
population. •.>7.744.) JAMES IRVINO 
(Deni.), of New York city, where he was 
born Jiil3M>. IS'il.of Scotcli-Irish»i)arent;\ge; 
is a Butclier, and was a Member of Assem- 
bly in I8(i7 and each subsequent year; in 
the last Ifouse he was a member of the 
t'omniittees on Railroads and Agriculture. 
He was re-electtd by a vote oi 3,8o3 against 
87.5 for William Atkinson (Rep.), and l.(W2 
for Francis R. Purcell (Y D.) Vote in 
18«;f), Democratic. 3,2G7; Republican, 1,204; 
Democratic Union, 1.7G2. 

17th District. (Part of the 22d ward; 
population. •27,;w,'.) EDMOND CON NELLY 
(Di-m.), of New York city. He received a 
vote of 2,78a against 2.009 for Ira A. Allen 
(Rep.), and 2,aW for John E. Greene (Ind. 
Dem.) Voteinl8;9. Democratic, 2.4-.;7; Re- 
publican 1.8fi2; Democratic Union, 1,!»20. 

18th District. (Part of the 21st ward ; 
population, 2.1.0:«).) LEANDER RUCK, of 
New York city. He is a Master. Builder; 
was a member of the old 8th regiment. N. 
Y. S. M.. and also serv»'d in the army dur- 
ing the rebellion, with the rank of Major: 
he was a member of Assembly in 1867. and 
was elected to the present House witjiout 
opposition, receiving a vote of 4,440 out of 
a total vote of 4,4">2. Vote In 18G9, Demo- 
cratic. 7,lo3; Republican. 993. 

19TH District. (Parts of wards 12 and 
22: population, 2:{,219.) THOMAS C. 
FIELDS (Dem.). of New York. He was 
born in. St. Lawrence countv. November !». 
182-">. and educated at Delaware academy. 
Delhi. Delaware county; is a Lawver, and 
was admitted to the Bar In 184fi; was Pub- 
lic Administrator of New York city from 
December. 18J7. to January. IHW; is one of 
the Central Park Commissioners, and Cor- 
poration Attorney of New York citv; was 
a Member of Assembly in 186;}. and State 
Senator 18frl-5: was a candidate for re-elec- 
tion to the latter body in 18ftj. but was de- 
feated; in 1848 he was a Hunker Democrat,- 
giving all the aid in his power to the 
election of Gen. Cass; and in 1852 was 
actively engaged in the Pierce campaign, 
though later, when the influence of Mr. 
Pierce's administration was given to the 
Barn-burners, he opposed his policy; he 
enjoyed theconfidence and was the devoted 
friend of Stephen A. Douglas; during the 
war he was known as a War Democrat, and 
is now one of theleadlngspirits oftheTam- 
njany organization. He was a member of 
the last House, serving as Chairman of the 
Committees on Judiciary and Grievances, 
and was re-elected by a vote of 2,7*'. against 
457 for David M. Holmes (Rep.), and 203 for 
John Bach (Ind.) Vote in 1669, Democratic. 
1733; Republican and Democratic Union. 
988. 

'20th District. (Part of the 19th ward ; 
population, 23,839.) JOHN BROWN (Dem.), 



of New York city, where he was born In 
1810: both his parents dying while he was 
yet an Infant, he was brought up and edu- 
cated in the Orphan Asylum; became a 
printer; began his political career in I85.'. 
at the same time with tUe Hon. Wm M. 
Tweed, the latter running lor Alderman 
and Mr. B. for Member of Assembly, to 
which he was elected ; after the adjourn 
mentol the session in 18.53. he wasappoiot* d 
Naturalization Clerk of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, and has held the position ever 
since; he was a member of the last Assem- 
bl}'. serving on the Committees on Ititer- 
nal Affairs and Petitions <>f Aliens, and as 
C;iiairman of State Cliarit*ible Institutions. 
He was elected to the present House by a 
vote of 3,2.55 against 1.4G9 tor Natlian J. 
Newitter (Rep.), 565 for William J:)oolev 
(Rep.), and 1.44!) for John Butler (Y. D.) 
Vote in \m:9. Democrat. 2,440; Republican, 
2,022; Democratic Union. 831. 

21st District. (Part ol the 12th and 19th 
wards; population. 20.204.) WILLIAM 
HITCHMAN (Dem.), 17 East Hoth street. 
He was born in Pearl street, November 18. 
18;<0. of FInglish and Irish parentage; was 
educated in the public and private .schools 
of New York city ; served as an apprentice 
to the carriage painting trade, at the same 
time connecting himself with the Fire De- 
partment, serving most of the time as 
Secretary of Engine Co. No. 4'5; served in 
the old Municipal Police, being promoted 
through the various grades to the ofHce of 
Lieutenant of the 19th ward police, which 
he held when the Metropolitan system was 
inauKurated. In 18-57; in 18-59 he was .ap- 
pointed Engrossing Clerk of the Board of 
Aldermen; was elected School Trustee of 
the I'Jth ward in December, 1859; Commis- 
sioner of the same ward In 1862; Com- 
missioner for the 7th district in 1804, and 
Deleirate to the Constitutional Convention 
in April, 1807, for the 8tli Senatorial dis- 
trict; he was Secretary to the Board of 
Education several years; has been a mem- 
ber of Tammany Hall General Committee 
since 1861, and its Secretary since WXi; he 
was elected Trustee of the Fire Depart- 
ment in 1864; was appointed P'ire Commis- 
sioner by Mayor Hall, under the new 
charter, in 1870, and was chosen President 
of the Board ; he was a member of Assem- 
blv, I86,s, '69, '70. serving as Speaker the 
lirst and third terms, and the second on 
the Committee of Ways and Means. He 
was elected to the present House by a vote 
of 4,270 against 489 for Joseph S. Dewey 
(Rep.) and 2.'j:«) for John Foley (Y. D.) 
Vote In 1869. Democratic, 2.918; Republican, 
1,926 ; Democratic Union, 874. 

Niagara County 

Contained a population. In 18«i.5, of 43.242; 
Is a closely contested county, and has two 
Members. 

IsT District. (Towns of Cambria, Lock- 
port. Pendleton. Royalton. Wheatfleld and 
Lockport city; population. 26:.Ui:i.) JOHN 
E. POUND (Rep.), of the city of Lockport, 
where he was born August 2:?, 1843; he Is a 
Lawyer; he graduated at the Lockport 
Union School June 26, 186:1, and entered 
Brown University the same year, but did 
not complete his college course, and was 
admitted to the bar in 1866; he was for two 
years In the Quartermaster's Department In 
the south-west during the late rebellion ; he 
is now one of the Supervisors of Niagara 
county, and a member of the Republican 
County Committee; has been Secretary of 



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the Niagara Couniy Agricultural Society; 
has HlWiivs been u llepubllciin. Hh was 
elected to the Assembly by ii vote of 2,VJ!> 
at,'aUist \i.Am lor Lewis S. I'avrie (Deni.) 
Vote ill ISo'J, Republican, 2,aSi; Democratic, 
2,2:jj. 

2d District. (Towns of Ilartland, Lew- 
Iston, New.ane, Niagara. Porter, Somerset 
and Wilson; population, •l\i:2ifl.) LEK R. 
HANBOKN (Rep.), of Sanborn. Jle was 
born in Brocki.ort, Monroe county, August 
8, IMI, and received a common school and 
home education; is a Manufacturer and 
Lumber Dealer, and also proprietor of a 
flouring mill, aud Commission Merchant; 
has been Justice of tlie Peace and Ju-tice 
of Sessions ; w.us a liberal supporter of the 
Union cause during the war. He was a 
Member of the last House, serving on the 
'jommittees on Militia and Public Deiense, 
Rnd was re-elected by a vote of 2,Oi7 against 
1 «I4 lor Sylvester Parsons (Deni.) Vole in 
18Ua, Republican. 1,831; Democratic, 1,593. 

Oneida County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 102.713 ; Is a 
Republican cuuntv, and has lour Members. 

1st District. (Wards l. ;i, 4, 5, 6 and 7 of 
Utica, and town of New Hartford; popula- 
tion, 24,007.) GEORGE W. CHADWKJK 
(Rep.), of Washington Mills. He was 
elected by a vote of 3,43) against 2^751 for 
Theod.>re P. Cook (I)em.) Vote in 1869, 
Republican. 2,7t>4; Democratic, 2,316. 

2d District. (Towns of Augusta, Bridge- 
water, Kirkland, Marshall, Sangerlield, 
Vernon, Westmoreland and Whilestown, 
and 2d ward of Utica; population, 24,481.) 
SIDNEY A. BUNCE (Rep.), of Clinton. 
He Wiis born in Waterville, town of San- 
gerfield, of American parentage; received 
a common school education; is a Banker; 
was Supervisor five years, and Clerk of the 
Board five years; was formerly a Demo- 
crat, joining the Republican party on its 
organization. He was elected to the House 
by a vote of 3,145 against 2.452 for Joseph 
Benedict (Dem.) Vote in W6.9, Republican, 
2,6I«; Democratic, 2,208. 

3dDi.strict. (Towns of Camden, Flor- 
ence, Rome, Vienna and Verona; popula- 
tion 24,.*^W.) THOS. MULHALL, (Dem.), 
of Hlgglnsvllle. He was born in the town 
of Deerfield, Oneida county, March 26, 1828, 
of Irish parentage; received a common 
school education ; is a Farmer, and has pre- 
viously been engaged on the cai*.il, and in 
the forwarding business; was Canal Super- 
intendent in 18GS-9; run for Supervisor of 
Verona in 1868, and was defeated by a small 
majority. He was elected to the Assembly 
by a vote of 2,851 against 2,4.53 for Erastus 
G. Graves (Rep.), and 129 for Francis X. 
Greenia (Workingman). Vote in 18C9, Re- 
publican, 1.9-20; Democratic, 2,540. 

4th District. (Towns of Annsville, Ava, 
Boonsville, Deerfield, Fl03'd, Lee, Marcy, 
Remsen, Steuben, Trenton and Western ; 
population, 28,775.) ISAAC McDOUOAL 
(Rep.), of Delta. He is forty-four years of 
age ; has been Justice of the Peace, and was 
a Member of the Assembly In 186.3. He was 
elected to the present House by a vote of 
3,170 against 2,581 for Nathaniel D. Bronson 
(Dem.) Vote In 1869, Kepubllcan, 2703; 
Democratic, 1,965. 

Onondaga County 

Contained a population. In 18ft5 of 93,332: is a 
Republican county, and has three Members. 
1st District. (Wards 1, 3 and 4 of Syra- 
cuse and Towns of Camlllus, Cicero. Clay, 



Geddes, Lj'sander and Van Buren ; popn- 
latlon, 31.100.) THOMAS O. ALVOHD 
(Hep.), of Syracuse. He was born in Onon- 
du;,'a, December 20, 1«10, of English and 
Dutch descent, ami was educated at Yale 
I College, New Haven. Cl.; is a Sail Manu- 
facturer: was a Member of Assembly, 1814, 
'58. '62, '04. and Speaker of the A-ssenibly, 
18.58, '64; Member of the Constitutional 
Convention. 18157. '(W ; Lieutenant-Governor. 
1H65, '«). He was a Democrat until April 
12. W>1. and has since been a Republican. 
In the last House he served on the Com- 
mittees on Canals, Judiciary, and Grievan- 
ces, and was re-electe<l by a vote of 3,797 
against 2.6<il for William I). Stewart (Dem.), 
and 137 for Isaac H. DePuy (Workingman 
and Temperance). Vote m 1869, Republi- 
can, 4.191 ; Democratic. 3,03<>. 

2d District. (Wards 5 and «» of Syra- 
cuse, and (bwns of El bridge, Lafayette, 
Marcellus, Onondaga, Otisco, Skaneateles, 
Spatford and Tully; population, 30,840.) 
PETER BURNS (Kep.), of Syracuse. He 
was born in Dublin, Ireland, of Scotch- 
Irish parentage; received a common school 
and academic education ; Is a Mechanic and 
Manufacturer, engaged in the saddle hard- 
ware business; wsis formerly a Whig; has 
been Supei visor and President of the 
Board of Police, and is Director of the 
Mercliants' National Bank and of the Trust 
and Deposit Company of Syracuse. He 
was elected by a vote of 3.868 against 2.749 
for .John Munro (Dem.) Vote In 1869, Re- 
publican, 2,873; Democratic, 2 456. 

3d District. (Wards 2, 7 antl 8 of Syra- 
cuse, and towns of De Witt, Fabius, Man- 
lius, Pompev and Salina; population, 31,- 
032. ) G U S r A V US S N I PE K ( Rep. ) , o f Sy ra 
cuse. He was born in Baden, Germany, 
June ll,183i, and Is a brewer; Is Colonel 
and Brevet Brigadier-General N. Y. S. N. 
G. On the first call to arms, in 1861, he 
raised a company, but failed to get his posi- 
tion as the quota was lull; he then raised a 
company lor the lOlst N. Y. V., as Captain, 
was promoted to Major before he left the 
State, and allerward was promoted to 
Lieutenant-Colonel on the field. He served 
with the regiment until it was consolidated 
with the 37th N. Y. V., and was then mus- 
tered out of service. In August. 1864, he 
assisted in raising the 185th N. Y. V., was 
appointed its Lieut.-Colonel, and served as 
such until February 1, 18(>5 ; was then pro- 
moted to Colonel, and held that po(>'tlon 
until the close of the Rebellion. He was 
brevetted Brigadier-General U. S. Vols for 
meritorious Bervices, March 29, 136.5. He 
was with his regiment during its entire ."ser- 
vice, participating In all its engagements, 
seven in number, and some ot them the' 
most severe of the war. In the action of 
the 2!>th of March, at the Quaker Road, the 
regiment suffered severely, and at one try- 
ing point Colonel Sniper grasped the colors 
Just as the fourth color bearer was shot 
down, and shouting cheering words of en- 
couragement to his men, led them to vic- 
tory. Including those on the Peninsula 
with the 101st, lie participated in twenty 
regular battles. Ho was a member of the 
last House, serving on the Committees on 
Claims and Expenditures of the House, 
and was re-elected by a vote of 3,773 against 
2,425 for Allen H.Avery (Dem.) Vote In 
1869, Republican, 2,990; Democratic. 2,013. 

Ontario County 

Contained n population. In 1865, of 40,240 ; is a 
Republican county, and has two Members. 



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1st District. (Towns of FarmlnRton, 
Gurhani, Hopewell. Manchester, Plielps 
undSiriPca; population, 22.893.) GEORCiE 
W. NICHOLAS (Uem.). of Geneva. He was 
born In Seneca county. New York: gi-artu- 
ated from Geneva (now Holmrt) ColU'Ke in 
AuRUSt, l*)0,and wa.sadniitte<l to the Uurat 
Albany in December, l&jl : formerly prac- 
ticed law, but Is now engaged In Farming 
and the Nursery business : was Supervisor of 
thecouniyol Seneca 186.3-8, and wa.s elected 
to the present House by a vote ol' ".'.SWO to 
2.273 lor Nathan L. Aldrlch (Kep.) (In the 
pauie district Woodford received 2,496, and 
Hortmaii 2.:r.X) Vote in 1869, Democratic, 
1,843: Republican. 2.I72. 

•Zv DisTKK-r. (Towns of Bristol, Cana- 
dice. Canandaigua. East Bloomfleld, Na- 
ples, Richmond, South Bristol, Victor and 
West BlooniHeld: population 20,451.) DA- 
VID K WII-SON (Rep.), of Eiist Bloom- 
fleld. He was born In Bristol, September 
2(). 1830, and was educated at Genesee Col- 
lege. He studied for the legal profession, 
but abandoned it, and Is now a Farmer; 
was Town Clerk of Bristol in 18.i7, '58; 
School Commissioner, 18.')9, '63, and is now 
Justice of the Peace. He was a Member 
of the last House, serving on the Commit- 
tee on Manufacture of Salt, and was re- 
elected by a vote of 2,309 against 2,(r20 for 
David A. Pierpont (Dem.) Vote in 1869, 
Republican, 1,778; Democratic, 1,404. 

Orange County 

Contained a population, In 1865, of 62,464 ; Is 
a closely contested county, and has two 
Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Blooming 
Grove. Cornwell, Monroe. Montgomery 



Newburgh and New Windsor : population, 

■" " — AHAiV (Hep.), 

of Newburgh, where he was- born, of Scotch 



35,44!i.) ROBEltT H. STRAl 



parentage: he graduated from Columbia 
College, Washington, D. C. ; is a Lawyer ; 
served two years in the army during the 
late Rebellion, and was elected to the As- 
sembly bv a vote of 3,801 to 3,600 for Lewis 
Beach (Dem.) Vote in 1869, Republican, 
2,791 ; Democratic. 3,151. 

2d District. (Towns of Chester, Craw- 
ford, Deerpark, Goshen, Greenville, Hamp- 
tonburgh, MmLsink, Mount Hope.Wallkill, 
Warwick and Wawavanda: population, 
31.716.) ISAAC V. MONTANYE (Dem.). 
of Middletown. He was born in Mamaka- 
ting. Sullivan county. May 3. 1825: is of 
French-Huguenot descent; was appren- 
ticed a printer in the office of the Indepen- 
dent Republican at Goshen: on attaining 
his majority he purchased a half interest in 
the esUiblishment, and subseouently be- 
came Its sole proprietor and editor, retain- 
ing that position until 1862: afterward he 
became editor and proprietor of the New- 
burgh Telegraph; then of the Madison 
Union, the State organ of the Democratic 
party of Wisconsin, and Hnally of the Mer- 
cury, of Middletown, Orange county. He 
was elected to the As«einblv by a vote of 
3.895 to 3.804 for Alfred B. Post (Rep.) Vote 
lu 1869, Democratic, 3,130 ; Republican, 8,006. 

Orleans County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of2S.603; is 
a Republican county, and has one member, 
JOHN BERRV (Rep.), of Holley. Hewas 
born in Berlin. Rens.selaer county. Octolier 
II, 1812, and received a common school e<lu- 
cation ; is a Farmer and Commercial Bro- 
ker: was inspector of common schools for 



a number of years previous to the Intro- 
duction of the superintendent Bj'stem; Su- 
pervisor of Murray in 1W5; has been for 
seven years Commi.ssioner of Excise: one 
of the founders of the Holley Academy, of 
which he has been Trustee and Secretary 
lor twenty years: has been at dilferenl i)e- 
riods C'aptain. Adjutant and Oolune) of the 
215th Regiment N. Y. S. M.; wa.«J formerly 
a Free Soil Democrat of the old school, and 
joined the Republican party at its forma- 
tion. He was a member of the last House, 
serving on the Committee on Expenditures 
of the Executive Department, and was re- 
elected by a vote of 8.619 against 2,'Mil for 
William W. Lee (Dem.) Vote In 1»69, Re- 
publican, 2,898 ; Democratic, l.eSd. 

Oswego County 

Contained a population, In 1.S6.'5. of 76,200; is a 
Republican county, and has three Members. 

1st Distkkt. (Trtwns of Hannibal. Os- 
wego and Scriba. and Oswego citv; popula- 
tion, 28.73,S.) DK WITT C. LITTLKJUHN 
(Rep.), of Butralo. He was born in Bridge- 
water, Oneida count}-, February 7, 1818, and 
is engaged in commerce on the lakes and 
canals; was Mayor of Oswego tiiree terms; 
was member of Assemblv In I85;J. '54, '55, 
'57, '89, '60, '61, '66, '67 and '70; Speaker 1855, 
'57. '69, 'GO, '61, and Member of tJieShth Con- 
greas; he raised the llOth Regiment N. Y. 
v., and was ius Colonel, but resigned at 
New Orleans, La., in February, 1864. In 
the last House he served on the Commits 
tees of Ways and Means, Railroads, and 
Grievances, and was re elected bv a vote 
of 2.709 against 2,243 for William A. Poucher 
(Dem.), and 144 for Abraham Burkhoui 
(Anti-Dram Shop). Vote in I860, Republi- 
can, 2,768; Democratic, 1,490. 

2D District. (Towns of Oonstantla. 
Granby, Hastings, Palermo, Schroeppel, 
Volney and West Monroe: ])Opulation, 
26,482.) ABRAHAM HOWE (Dem), of 
Fulton. He was born In Marlborough, 
Mas.s.. February 18, 1824, and was educated 
at Fulton and Oberlln ; has l)een Deputy 
Sheriff and Supervisor; was formerly an 
"Old Line Wnlg." He was a member of 
the last House, serving on the Commiltees. 
on Canals, Salt, and Roads and Bridges,* 
and was re-elected by a vote of '.l.SCM against 
2,.30l for James G. Reynolds (Rep.), and 112 
for John C. Flarrington (Anti-Dram Shop.) 
Vote in 1869, Democratic, 1,915; Republican, 
1,717. 

3d District. (Towns of Albion, Amboy. 
Boylston, Mexico. New Haven, Orwell, 
Parish, Redfield, Richland. Sandy Creek 
and Willlanistown : population. 20,960.) 
CHAUNCEY S. SAGE (Rep.) of Williamii- 
town. He was born In Verona, Oneida 
county, and is 54 j'ears of age; his parents 
are both living, and reside at Verona; he 
received a common school education ; is a 
Farmer and Lumber Manulacfnrer and 
Dealer: was Member of As.scmbly in 1868; 
Postmaster since 1861, and A.ssistant As- 
sessor from 1862 lo 1867, He was elected to 
the House by a vote of 2,8i>l to 1.645 for 
Charles H. Cross (Dem.) and 100 for Jonjv- 
than R Robinson (Anti-Dram Shop.) Vote 
in 1869, Republican, 2,(MI ; Democrsuic, 1,47Ql 

Otsego County 

Contained a population, in 1863, of 48,918 ; Is 
a closely contested county, and has two 
Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Cherry Valley, 
Decatur. Exeter, Maryland, Middlefield, 

i 



Otseiiro, PlalnfleJd, Richfield, Roseboora, 
Springfield, WcstJonl and Worct^stor; pop- 
ulation. 24.3^2.) ALFRED CHAMBER- 
loA IN (Dem), of Richfield Springs, where 
he was born, of American parentage; re- 
rtjlved a common school education ; is a 
Farmer; he voted for Ahniham L.incoln, 
but is now a Democrat ; and was elected to 
the House by a vote of 2,019 to 2,s57 for 
I>RvLs W. Bates (Rep.) Vote iu 1369, Demo- 
cratic. 2.7.W; Republican, 2,500. 

2d District. (Towns of Burlington, But- 
ternuts. Edmeston, Hartwick, Laurens. 
Miiford, Morris, New Lisbon, Oneonta. 
Otego, FittsHeld and Unadilla; population, 
24.2.Si.) J. LEE TUCKEK (R^-p.), of West 
Laurens, where he was born June 13, 1810; 
wa^ educated in the common schools; is a 
Lawyer, and has held various local olBces. 
He was elected to the Assembly by a vote 
of 3,0(.G against 2.910 for William C. Bentley 
(Dem.) Vote in 1869; Democratic, 2,799; 
Republican, 2,737. 

Putnam County 

Contained a population. In 1865, of 14.845; Is 
a Democratic county, and has one Member. 
CARLES DREW (Dem.), of Carmel. He 
was elected to the Assembly by a vote of 

1..3i0 against I,2.>7 for Hall (Rep.) Vote 

in iwia. Democratic, 1,719; Republican, 
1.563. 

Queens County 

Contained a population, in 1863, of 59,967; is 
a Democratic county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

1st Distrktt. (Towns of Flushing, North 
Hempstead and Oyster Bay; population, 
•M,ry>r,.) L. RRADFORD PRINCE (Rep.), 
of Flushing, wiierehe was born, of Ameri- 
can parentage, and is a lineal descendant 
of (jrov. Wm. Bradford, of Fl.vmouth, who 
came on the Mayflower: graduated at Co- 
lumbia Law School, New York, with high- 
est honors, recH-iving the |200 prize in Politi- 
cal Science ; is a Lawyer ; has been a mem- 
ber of Republican (Jounty (Committee for 
eleven consecutive years, and lor several 
years its Chairman ; delegate to Chicago 
•Wtonveutlon in 1868; member of State Com- 
mittee In 18()9: prominent in Masonic Fra- 
ternity, being D. D. Grand Ma.ster of Q'.ieens 
and Suffolk counties, appointed in IbiW and 
re-appointed 1869 and 1870; has been lor six 
years an oflicer of the Long Island Historl- 
c.il society; prominent \n (Queens County 
Agricultural Societj', having been .Superin- 
tendent or Director lor ten consecutive 
year:j: well known as a popular lecturer 
and political speaker in th*' Eastern and 
Middle States; author of "E PUirihus 
Unum. or American National," nublished 
by O. P. Putnam & Son in Inti7 and VW. which 
passed to three editions and was received 
with the highest praise by our most promi- 
nent statesman and political scientists. He 
was elected to the Assehibly. in a strong 
Democratic district, by a vote of 2,971 
against l.VW] for John t'hester (Dem.) In 
18(i9. no contest. 

•-'D District. (Towns of Hempstead, 
Jamaica and y?wt<»wn ; population. ;f2.4;i2.) 
JAMES M.OAKLEV (Dem). of Jamaica. 
He was born in New York citv. of Ameri- 
can parentage; was educated in the public 
8ch»)ols. and is a Real Estate Agent. He 
re<*eived a vote of 2,(>»2 against l.47« for 
lieorge A. Everett (Keu.). and 2.198 for 
Francis B. B vidwin (Ind. Dem.) Vote In 
1.S69, Democratic. 2.319; li.^publican. 1.415. 



Rensselaer County 

Contained a population. In 1865. of 88.210; Is 
a Republican county, and has three Mem- 
bera. 

I.ST Dlstrict. (City of Troy ; population, 
39,29.3 ) JOHN L. FLAGG (Dem.), ot Troy. 
He was born In Nasliua. N. H.. September 
11, lS3«j; graduated at Harvard College in 
13-17 ; is a Lawyer; was elected a member of 
the Board of Education of Troy, for the :'A 
ward, in March, 1S6<). serving two vears; 
was elected Police Justice in March, iwii, 
serving three years: was elected Mayor, 
March, 1S66, and re-elected in 1SG7. He is a 
Director of the Troy City National Bank ; 
an Officer of the Troy and Lansingburgh 
Railroad Company, and President of the 
Rensselaer Park Association. He was a 
Member of A.ssembly in 1868, '69 and '70, 
serving, in 1869, on the Committees on In- 
surance Conipanies and Public Eilucation, 
and in 1870 on Cities, and as Chairman of^ 
Public Education. He received a vote uf 
5.-i27 against 3.811 for Simon F. Mann (Rep.) 
Vote in 1369, Democratic, 3,522 ; Republican, 
2.944. 

2d District. (Towns of Berlin, Grafton, 
Hoosick. Lansingburgh, Petersburgh, Pitts- 
town and Schaahticoke; population. 2;J,232.) 
HORACE C. GIFFORD (Rep.), of Berlin. 
He was born in Canaan, Columbia county, 
of American parentage; received a com- 
mon school and academic education: is a 
Merchant; was formerly a Whig, and for 
ten years Postma'<ter of Berlin. He re- 
ceived a vote 012,450 against 2.422 for ChrLs- 
topher A. Banker (Dem.) Vote in 1869, 
Republican, 2,IU0; Democratic, 2.062. 

3n DiSTiiiCT. (Towns of Brunswick, 
East Greenbush,Greenbush. Nassau, North 
Greenbush, I'oesteiikill, .Sandlake, Scho- 
dack and Stephentown ; population, 25,«i85, 
SYLVE-STEK WA lERBUKY (Dem.). of 
Nassau. He received a vote of 3. 177 against 
2.507 lor James Aken (Rep ) Vote in 1869. 
Democratic, 2,44o; Republican, 2,501. 

Richmond County 

Contained a population, in 180.5, of 28,209; Is 
a Democratic countv, and has one Member, 
JOHN DECKEH (Dem.). olPort Richmond 
(or Astor Hou^e. New York ciiy). He was 
horn in New York city. May 15, 1823, and 
was a member of the Fire Department of 
the city twenty-three years; he wsis elected 
assistant engineer in 1n53, and reelected in 
"56 and '59; in I860 he was elected chief, and 
w.as re-elected In l.S6:<; was a Member of 
Assembly, 1868. '69 and '70, serving the lat- 
ter term on the Committees on Commerce 
and Navigation, and Privileges and Elec- 
tions. He was re-elected by a vote of 4.427 
against 4.274 for David W. Judd (Rep.) 
Vote In 1869, Democratic, 2,161; Republi- 
can, 1,236. 

Rockland County 

contained a population. In ISfi-i, of 2n.78S; is 
a Dnmociatic conntv.and has one Member, 
JAMES M. NELSON (Dem.). of Stony 
Point. He was born In Clark county, Ky., 
February 2"). 1825 ; was educated at Augusta 
College. Ky., and St. John's College. An- 
napolis, Md.; read law In Louisville. Ky. ; 
was admitted to the bar and .settled in In- 
di;inapolis, Ind.; in 1819 he closed his law 
otflce. bought a mule, and went to Califor- 
nia overland, in company with I..or(l Stan- 
ley. Earl (»f Derbv ; he was qvdte succe.s.srnl 
as a gold digscer. and In three years went to 
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ftroduct of his labors; established lilmself 
n busiupss, and the Hrm realized |9.j,t00thP 
lirst year; he then went uhroad the second 
time, and. while In Russia, received Intelll- 

f;ence liiat the United suites Government 
lad destroyed Oreytown, and with it his 
firoperty ; lie returned to this country, met 
lis business obligations, and resumed prac- 
tice of hiw in New York city; he was for- 
merly a Whig and warm personal friend 
of Jlenry Clay ; In the last House he wiis a 
member of the (,'ommittees on Judicary 
and Federal Kelatioiis. and Chairman of 
the Committee on Privileges and Elections. 
He was re-elected by a vote of '2,W1 against 
J.6.17 lor John W. Hutton (Rep.) Vote In 
1869, Democratic, 1,619; Republican, 1,123. 

St. Lawrence County 

Contained a population, in ISGo, of(i0.994; Is 
a Republican county, and has three Mem- 
bers. 

18T District. (Towns of De Kalb. J)e 
Peyster. Kine, Fowler, Ciouverneur, Ham- 
mond, Macomb, Morristown, Oswegatchle, 
Pitciiirii, Rossie and Ugi^ensburgh city. 
CJKO. M. (iLEASON (Rep.), of East Pit- 
calrn. He wius born in East Pitciiirn Sep- 
tember H), ip'JK; is a Farmer; has held the 
oftice of Justice of the Peace Hve years; 
BupervLsor three j'ears; lie enlisted as pri- 
\'^te. and was promoted 2d LieutenaiH, in 
the N. Y. S. v., and was appointed Assist- 
ant Quartermaster; he served sixteen 
months, when he was so emaciated from 
the etlects of typhoid fever, that he was 
dischargtfd. H* was a Member of Assem- 
bly, IStti, '«", '68. 'ti9 and 70, serving in 18(i» as 
Chairman of the Committee <in AtTaii-s of 
Cities, and in 1870 as a member of the Judi- 
ciary Committee. He was re-elected by a 

V'>te of ;i,4r2 against l.l.iO lor Paul 

(Dem.) Vote in 18G9, Republican, 2,540; 
bemocratic, 963. 

2d District. (Towns of CJanton, Colton, 
Edwards. Hermon. Lisbon. Madrid. Nor- 
folk, Pierpont. Russell and Waddington : 
population, 27.«;(>.) DOLPHUS S. LYNDE 
(Rep.), of Hermon. He w;is born at Ant- 
werp. Jefferson county. July l, 18;a. of Irish 
and English descent; was educated at the 
(iouverneur Wesleyan Seminary; is a Ileal 
Est4ite and Produce Dealer; was Super- 
visor of Hermon. 18r.8, 'k& and '70. and 
Not .ry Public, 18<2Jand'70; he was a Demo- 
crat until !»<■>;!. and was elected to the As- 
Hcmbly by a voteof 3.4«7 to 1,I4B for William 
C. Cooke (Dem.) Vole In 180U, Republican, 
2,741 ; Democratic. 972. 

3r» DisTKicr. (Towns of Brasher, Hop- 
kintim. Lawrence, Louisville. Massena, 
Parish ville. Potsdam and Stockholm ; pop- 
ulation. 25..il«.) WILLIAM BHA1jF(5r1) 
(Rt-l).), of Louisville, where he was bi»rn 
November 17, l^H of Irish and New Eng- 
land parentage; received a common school 
educallun; Is a Farmer: Citst hisliru vote 
for Fremont in 18.V;: wa^ Supervisor I8«it)-8; 
was a Member of the last House, serving 
on the «.''immittee on Public Lands, and 
was re-elected bv a vote of 3,148 to 9.s5 Cor 
Barnaby [*intry (Dem.) Vote in 1869, Re- 
publican, 2,331 ; Democratic, C25. 

Saratoga County 

Contained a population, in 186.'>. of 49,692; Is 
it closely contested county, and has two 
Members. 

NT District. (TownsofBallston. Charl- 
ton, ijlillon Park, Qalwav. Halfhioon. 
Malta, Milton, Providence, Stillwater and 



Waterford; populaUon. 25,518.) ISAIAH 
FULLER (Dem.). oi Galway, where he 
was born in 1810, of American parentage • 
was educated at Fort Edward and Fairheld 
Academies: Is a Farmer; wa.s bupervisor 
of Ciahvav four years, and a Member of the 
la8tII(iUHe: servlngon the Committees on 
Canals and Engrossed Bills; he wa« re- 
elected by a vote of 3,Oi50 against 2.693 lor 
William Buckwel) (Rep.) Vote in 1869, 
Democratic. 2.969: Republican, 2,600. 

2d District. (Towns of Cormth. Day, 
Pldlnburgh. (ireenHeld, Hartley, MUiou, 
Moreau, Northumberland, iSaruloga, Sara- 
toga Springs and Wilton: population. 
tM.:i74.) JOSEPH W. HILL (ifep.). of 
Saratoga, where he was born, of Amer- 
ican parentage; received an Academic 
education: is a Lawyer; was formerly a 
Whig: he was elected by a vote of 3.110 to 
2.;i78 for Elihu Winer (D«in.); V.ite iu 18o8, 
Republican, 2,281', Democratic, 2,711. 

Schenectady County 

Contained a population, in IS65, of 20,8f>8: la 
a closely contested countv, juid haw one 
Member. CiERSHOM BANKER (Dem.), 
of Schenectady. He wa.s a member of the 
last House, serving on the Committees on 
Ways and Means, Civil Divwions, and 
Public Printing, and was re-elected by a 
vole of 2.470 to 2,312 for Jt.hn A. De Remer 
(Rep.) Vote in 1869, Democratic, 2,842; 
Republican, 2,081. 

Schoharie County. 

Contained a population. In 186-5, of 83,353 ; is 
a Democratic countv. and has one Member, 
SILAS SWEET (Dem.). of North Blen- 
heim. He was born In Rensselaerville. 
Albany county. March 31. 18;i3, of Yankee 
parentage; wlvs educated at New York 
Conference Seminary and Ls a Merchant ; 
was Supervisor in 186:J. '65, 'fiC, 'K8, '69. and 
18^0. and Chairman of the Board the four 
last years; wjis a MencJier oj' the last 
House, serving on the ComnilUees on 
Charitabe and Rell'-'ious Societies and 
Public Education, and was re elected by a 
vole of 4.4»7 to 2,907 for George Mattlce 
(Rep.) Vole in 1889. Democratic, 4,090; 
Republican, 2,448. 

Schuyler County 

Contained a population. In 186.5. of 18.441 ; Is 
a closely contested county, and has one 
Member, WILLIAM D. COON (Dem.), of 
Burden, where he was horn. July 16, 1815, 
of German descent; received a common 
school and academical education ; is a Mil- 
ler and Merchant; commenced lie as a 
Farmer and Teacher; was Town Superin- 
tendent of Schools In 1849; a Member of 
Assembly in 18-)6, e'ected by the American 
party, from the 2d District of Tompkins 
county: has been twice elected SuperNisor 
of Bunlett, a town strongly Republican, 
and now holds the offlce : has Irequently 
been a Delegate to State Conventions; and 
was a member of the Democratic Conven- 
tion, held in the winter of 1861, to devise 
means of pnmecutiiig the war. He was 
elected to the last and present Assemblies, 
notwithstanding his county g-.ive strong 
Republican majorities on State ticket, and 
was never defeated before the people: he 
was elected to the present House bv a vote 
tif 2.6:« a-zainst 1,9W for EInathan Wixom 
(Itep.) Vote In 1869, Democratic, 177S; 
Republican. 1,712. 



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Seneca County- 
contained a. population. In 18«5. of 27,653: Is 
a Democratic county, and lias one Member, 
SANDFORD R. TEN EYCK (Dem.), of 
Waterloo. He was born In .Junius, April 1, 
ls.{7; was educated In the district and high 
schools at Waterloo ; is a Lawyer, and was 
admitted to practice December, 18«l ; was 
JiLstice of the Peace of. Waterloo from 
January 1, l>i66, to January 1, 1870; has 
always been a Democrat, but voted lor 
Abraham Lincoln, at his tli-st election : Wiis 
elected to the Assembly by a vote of 2.ftB 
to '2,7til for Fred. L, Manning (Rep.) Vote 
in 1S$9, Democratic, 2,479 ; Republicaa, 2,211. 

Steuben County- 
Contained a population, in 18&5, of 56,192; is 
a closely contested county, and has two 
Membi'rn. 

1st DrsTRtCT. (Towns of Avoca, Bath, 
Bradford, Cohocton, Dansvllle, I'remont, 
Howard, Prattsburgh, Pultney, Urbana, 
Wayland, Wavneand Wheeler; popuiatiun 
27.«77.) JAMES G. BENNETT. (Dem.) of 
Wayland. He was born in Cohoclon, Aug. 
Hi. Ifri"), of New England parentage, and 
received a common school education ; is a 
Blacksmith by trade; Ls Agent tor the Erie 
Railroad, and has been a Railroad and E.x- 
press agent for Hfteen years; was Assessor 
in the year-j 1851, '52 and '5:i; Supervisor, 
1858, 'r,0, '60, -61, 'tiZ, '63 and '«: Justice of 
the Peace. I8V2, '5:1, '51 and '55; was Post- 
niiuster under Pierce's administration. He 
was a Member of the last House, serving 
as Chairman of the Committee on Two- 
tliirdsandThree-Hlths Bills, and as a mem- 
ber of State Prisons and Public Lands, and 
the Sub-committee of the Whole, and Wivs 
reelected by a vote of 3,J(H against 2,.'^ for 
James P. Clark (Rep.) Vote in IS6S, Demo- 
cratic. 2,313: Republican, 2,212. 

2d District. (Towns of Addison, Came- 
ron, Campbell, Canisteo, Corning, Erwin, 
Greenwood, Hartsville, Hornellsville, 
Hornsby, Jasper, Lindley, Rathbone, 
Thurston, Troupsburgh, Tuscarora, West 
Union and Woodhull ; population, 38.55.) 
ALVIN C. BARNEY (Rep.), of West 
Union. He was borh in Independence, 
Alleg-iny county, of Yankee iwirentage; 
received a common school education, and 
attended Alfred University for a short 
time: was Ibrmerly a Teacher, and is now 
a Farmer; was Supervisor of West Union 
live years, and was formerly a Frep Soil 
Democrat. He was elected to the Assem- 
bly by a vote of 4,340 to 3,221 for Lyman 
Balcom (Dem.), and 113 for Benjamin T. 
Bi»lcom (Ind. Dem.) Vote in 1869, Republi- 
caa. 2,619; Democratic, 2,97a 

Suffolk County- 
Contained a population, in 1865. of 42,896 
is a closely contested countv. and has one 
Member, GEORGE F. CARMAN (Rep.), 
of Patchogue, where he -vas bjrn in 182-5; 
his ancestors were among the earliest set- 
tlers of Long Island: he received a limited 
common school education; followed the 
occupation of House Carpenter until he 
was •hlrty years old, when he was elected 
bheritl' of Surtblk county, and at the expi- 
ration of his term assumed the editorial 
management of the Suffolk Hurald, pub- 
lished at Patchogue; he had previously 
held several town offices; he was ip- 
pointed Collector of the First District bv 
Prissident Lincoln, and held the office until 



after the inauguration of President Grant, 
when he resigned, and connected himself 
with the Southsid^e Railroad: he com- 
menced political ll'e as a Free Soil Demo- 
crat, voted for Fillmore in ld.V!, and shortly 
after btniame an active Republican ; he was 
elected lo the Assemblv bv a vote of 4,528 
against 3,742 tor Rul>ert W. Pearsall (Dem.) 
Vote in 1860, Republican, 3,0.9; Democratic, 
3,142. 

Sullivan County 

Contained a population, in 186.5, of 32,741 ; i< 
a Democratic coun(y,and has one Member. 
FRANK BUCKLEY (Dem.), of Tremont 
Centre. He was born In Liberty. Sullivan 
county. Deceml)er 16, 1840 ; received an aca- 
demic educatif>n : is a Merchant and Tan- 
ner ; enlisted as private in the 14:{d Regiment 
N. Y. S. v.. In September, 1«»)2; was pro- 
moted to Second Lieutenant the following 
December, and resigned in March. 18«i3; 
was Town Clerk IH6.5-1868, and Supervisor 
1869, '70: he was elected to the Assembly 
by a vote of 3,.5»4 against 2 941 for Abram S. 
Rockwell (Rep ) Vote in 1869, Democratic, 
2,849; Republican, 2,092. 

Tioga County 

Contained a population, in 18f». of 28,163 ; \s 
a Republican county, and has one Mem- 
ber, BURNETT B. BIGNALL (Rep.), of 
Owego. He was born in the town or Pmk- 
ney. Livingston county, Mich., of New 
England parentage; received a common 
school and academic education ; Is a (Com- 
mercial Traveling Agent, and was elected 
to the Assembly by a vot^ of 3.6?2 against 
3,295 for Ira A. Post (Dem.) Vote In 1869, 
Republican, 3,220; Democratic, 2,733. 

Tompkins County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 30,966; is 
a Republican county, and has one Member, 
JOHN H.SELKREG (Rep.), of Ithaca. 
Mr. S. was born in Staatsburgh, Dutchess 
county, N. Y., September 10, lsl7: was edu- 
cated In the ciimmun school, andgraduated 
from the printer's case: was formerly part 
owner of the Brooklyn Eagle, and in 1S39- 
'40 published the Poughkeepsie Casket, a 
literary paper; he has been lor twenty-live 
years Editor and Publisher of the Ithaca 
Journal, issuing it as the Democratic organ 
until 1848. when he ran up Van Buren's 
name: he Is President of the Ithaca Calen- 
dar Clock Company; was Loan Commis- 
sioner from l)S.57-'6l, and was appointed 
Postmaster at Ithaca, by President Lincoln, 
in July. IdUl. and continued to hold that 
office until August 2->, 1866, when he was 
removed by President Johnson ; was a 
Democrat until 1848, then a Free Soiler, 
supported the Union Dem<)cracy in 1849, 
was an anti-Compromise man in 1*50, an 
anti-Nebraska man In 1S54, and an advocate 
of Col. Fremont in ia">H. He was a Member 
in 18<>7. '68, '69, '70, serving in '69 as Chair- 
man of the Committee on Ways and 
Means, and member of the Committee on 
Privileges and Klectlons. and as a member 
of Ways and Means and Public Printing in 
IS70. He was re-elected by a vote of 3,!r21 to 
2,934 lor Warren Halsey (Dem ) Vote in 
1869, Republican, 3,608 ; Democratic, 2,335. 

Ulster County 

Contained a population, in 136.>. of 69,813; 
is a Democratic county, and has three 
Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Kingston and 
Saugerties; population, 26.722.) CYRUS 



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BURIIANt* (Rep.), of SaugerUes, where 
he wan b >rii. ui American parentage: is 
forty-thre«» years or' age; recelvetl a com- 
mun suhool e<lucaii(>n ; is a Dealer in gen- 
eral njercliandl.se and NorlU river blue 
HUine; has been Town Clerk; and was 
elected tu the Asseiubly by a vote of •1,116 
against 'Z.7-ift lor Patrick J. Flynn (Dem.) 
Vote in liHi'J, Repubiican, l,7i)8 ; JJemocratic, 
'-I.'iV). 

2d DrsTRicT. (Towns of EsopuH, Gardi- 
ner. Ll'.vd, aiarbletown. Marlborough. New 
Paiiz. Flatteklll, Uu.sendale and .Slmw.in- 
gunk : pi>|)Uiation, 'i-),^!!.) C. MKKCll 
VVUOLSEY (Ui'jJ.i, or Milton, lie was 
electe>l U» th»' Ilouse by a vote of :J,774 to 
2.Gi4 fur Frai.k K. liasbrouck(Ueni.) Vote 
in I8(a, Republican. l.»;r>; J>en>ncratic, 2.0.'ji 

3d Disikiut. (Towns of Denning, Har- 
denburgli. Hurley. Olive. RDClif-ster, Sniin- 
dakeu. Wawarslng and Woodstock ; popu- 
lation, -^a.-Uti.) CirAKLE.S II. KllACK,SK. 
(IJein.), of Woodstock. He was b *rn in 
Hanover, Germany, in ISl-i; attended the 
common and military .schools of that coun- 
try, servfd in the army thr-'e years, and 
then came to America, securing the posl 
lion <»f pilot on one of the MiiiSMi river 
steimer.s; served in the Mexican war, and 
was pr.>m(>te.l to tlie Captaincy of a com- 
pany of dragjons, and then to a Colonelcy, 
on account of his bravery: alter the war 
was over, he became Overseer of a cotton 
plantation near Charleston, but, on the 
breaking out of the yellow fever, started 
for New York city by land, being ninety 
days on the way; he t.hen resumed liH 
fi>rmer occupation as pilot, servmg this 
time on one of the East river boats; three 
years subst-quently ho went to Galveston, 
Texas, and then overl.iiid to San Fran- 
clso; after spending some years in excit- 
ing adventures in tlie Western States and 
in the Rocky mountains, he returned to 
New York city, and keiUahotel fur several 
years, when he became proprietor of a 
rtoating bath, which he still conducts ; he 
owns a tine country seat on the Hudson. 
He was a Memb-*r of the last House, serv- 
ing on the Committees on Public Health 
and Affairs of Villages; and was re-elected 
bv a vote of 2.310 to 2,22J for Martin Schutt 
(Rep.) Vote in ISoU, Democratic, 2,0i6; 
Kepublican, l,03U. 

Warren County 

Contained a population, in 18i5, of 21,123 ; is 
acloselv c )n tested countv, and lias one 
Member, DUNCAN GRIFFIN (Dem.). 
of Thurman (P. O. address, Athol). where 
he Wiis born, of American parentage: re- 
ceived a common school education ; Is a 
Farmer, and has been Supfrvisor and 
Under-Sheriir; he was elected by a vote of 
2.4-")7 against 2, IHI for John L. Cunninghtim 
(Rep.) Vote in ISOa, Democratic, 2,1« ; Re- 
publican. 1,«!19. 

"Washington County 

Contained a population, in 188>, of 46.214; is 
a Republican county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

IsT DisTRifT. T*)wns of Argvle, Cam- 
bridge. Easton, Fort Kdward. Greenwich, 
Jackson, Salem and Wliile Creek : popula- 
tion. -UJM.) THO.MAS STKVKN.SON 
(Rep.), of Salem, waere he was born Ooto- 
ber 27. Ii3l. of .\merioan parentage; re- 
ceived an academic education ; is a Farmer ; 
was formerly a Whig, and then an Ameri- 
can; was a Member of the last House. 



serving on the Committee on Manufacture 
of Salt, and was elected by a vote of 3,081 
to 2.2.il for Berry Long (Dem.) Vol.; in IWiU, 
Republican, 2,45j; Democratic, l,:«il. 

2d D/strict. (Towns of Dresden, Fort 
Ann, Granville, Hampton, Hartford, He- 
bron. Kingsburv. Putnam and Whitehall; 
population. •22,4»i:.) I.SAAC V. BAKIiR. 
Jr. (Rep.), of Conistock's Landing, where 
he was born August 1.5.1843; Jie Wiis edu- 
cated at North Granville Ac.idemy and 
Brooklyn Polytechnic and Collegiate In 
stituie; he is a Farmer and Mercluint: has 
been Secretary of Washington County 
.Sht-ep Breeders' and Wool Growers' Asso- 
ciation since Its organization, lour years ; 
was a Member of Assembly in 1809. serving 
on the Committee on Railroads, and in 1870 
on Canals ; he was re-elected subslaiiilally 
without opposition, the Deinucnitlc candi- 
date. Eleaz-^r Jones, withdrawingjnst before 
election ; but he, nevertheless, received ;07 
v<)ies in towns where his witlidrawai was 
not known ; of tlie votes cast, ijiiWl were for 
Mr. Baker; In the canvass the preceding 
year, Mr. B. ran 427 alu-ad of the ticket, 
carrying every town, even the Democratic 
strohgliold of Whitehall, the vote standing 
Republican, 2,193; Democratic, l,12i. _^ 

Wayne County 

Cootained a population, in \fiii-i. of 47,493; Ls 
a Republican county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

is T District. (Towns of Butler, Galen, 
Huron, Lyons, Rose, Savannah, Sodus and 
Wolcott; population, 28.2.50.) ANSO.V S. 
WOOD (RepO, Of Wolcott. He was born 
in Catnillus. Onondaga county, Oc-tober 22. 
ISH. of American parentage; was educated 
at Red Creek Union Academy; is a Law- 
yer, attending the Albany Law Scliool in 
18o>, and was admitted to practice in Decem- 
ber of the same year; has becMi Supervisor 
of the town of Butler, Clerk of tlie town of 
Lyons, and was United States Assistant 
Revenue Assessor from March, lfit>7, until 
October, 1869, when lie resigned : served 
three years in the late Rebellion, as suc- 
cessively Fir^t Liputenant. Adjutant, Cap- 
tain, Major and Brevet Lieut. (Jolonel of 
the li-tth New York Infantry (afterward 
9th New York Artillery) ; was Jor a time 
Judge Advocate of the 3d Division, 6th 
Army Corps ; participated in a number of 
general engagements, including Cold Har- 
bor. Petersburg. Monocacy, Mo., Winches- 
ter, Fisher's Hill, Cedar Creek and Sailor 
Creek ; he was a Member of tlie last House, 
serving on the Committee on Agriculture, 
and was re-elected by a vote of 2.7t» to 
2.6.7 for James "W. Snyder (Dem.) Vote in 
I8<;9. Republican. 2.40); Democratic, 2,3S1. 

2u District. (Towns of .\rcadia, .Mace- 
don, Marion, Ontario, Palmyra, Walworth 
and Williamson: population, 21, H8.) 
HENRY R. DURKEE (Rep.), of Palmyra, 
where he was born, of American parent- 
age; is a Lawyer: graduated from Yale 
College in 1861, and the Albany Law School 
in 1363; he was elected to the Assembly by 
a vote of 2,210 against l,9.<'.i for Ciiarles D. 
Johnson (Dem.) Vote in 18S9, Republican, 
1,990; Democratic, 1,451. 

Westchester dounty 

Contained a population, in 1365. of 101,197; 
is a Democratic county, and has thre? 
Members. 

I.ST Di.sTRicT. (Towns of Morri?iania, 
Westchester West Farms and Yoiiker.4 ; 




population. ;tt.7(¥5.) G. HlL,TOX .SC'RIB- 
SKU (llHp. ),()(■ Voiikers. lie WiW elected 
to til*' H.iiise hy a vot« of -IMTH against l.l-O 
for iru«h Liimiy (Dem.) and 7^1 lor James 
J. Mooney (int Uem.) Vote in ISOy, Demo- 
cratic, U.HW; Heptibliciin, -240. 

tin DisTKrcT. (Town* of Bedford. Eiist 
t.Mi-.ster. (;reeiit)nr«h, Marrisoii, Mumaro- 
neck, New Kochelle. NorlliCivslle. Pelliam. 
J{ye .S.-ar.s(l.ile and Wliile Plains: populii- 
tion. SJ.Tdil.) ALFRED W. BAHILKTT 
(Dem.), of Tarrytown. He was elected l)y 
a vote of.iM'.) against 2,6i;{ for John J. Jllll 
( Hep.) Vole In ibtiU, Democratic, 2,424; Ke- 
publioiii. 2.-1(17. 

:!i) District. (Towns orCortlandt.Lewi.s- 
l>oro. Ml. Pleasant, North Salem. OiS.ninx. 
Poini(lrJdy;tf. Somers and Yorklown: popn- 
lation. :w.(il2.) JAMJ-iS W. HUcSTKD 
(Uep.). ol Pe.-k.skill. He was born in Bed- 
lord. Octoli"r :u. I8;«; he graduated at Yale 
Ojllepe. and is a lawyer ; he lias been 
Superintendent of Schools: School Com- 
mis.sioner; deputy Superintendent of In- 
surance Department: If irbor Master; 
Deputy Captain of the P.rt of New York; 
Judge Advocate of the 7th Biigiule N Y.s. 
M., and D. D. O. ^[. of the Mtisonic Frater- 
nity ; he Wiis formerly an "American." and 
for two year-! wis Secretary of the St.ite 
Council, but, during the Utica Convention, 
in 1{<')!». when the hybrid ticket was forme I. 
lie publUhed a protest against it, and left 



the organization: he has since been a Re- 
publican. He was a member in IfJ.K), serv- 
ing as Chairman of the Oiinmi'tee on Fei- 
•eial Relations, and a member of the Com- 
mittee on Commerce aiKi Navigation: and 
in I.S71I, on Ways and Means. Commerce 
and Navigation, and Grievances. He wa-" 
re-elected by a vote ot H.SZJ ag linst 2,181 lor 
Abram B Keynolds (Dem.) Vt»te in 18C9, 
Republican, ;i,lia; Democratic, l,!)t>0. 

Wyoming County 

Contained a population, in isii.>. of .10,0.1-1; is 
usuallv Ilepublic.>in,aiid has one Member, 
HK.VRY S. JOY (Dem.). of North Javjc 
He w.-vs elected by a vote of ILIM) t'» 2. 1(i2 for 
Orange L, Tozier(R<'p.) Vote iu IdGU, Demo- 
cratic, l,7o2; Republican, 2,929. 

Yates County 

Contained a population, in 130^5, of 19,.1.1S; is 
a Republican county, and ha.s one Mem- 
ber. GKORGK P. LORD (Rep.). ofStarkey. 
He was born in Barringtnn. July 2.), It*:?:, ol 
American parentage: graduated from Ho- 
bart College in l».i(i: is a Farmer, and wis 
School Commissioner from J8<il to I6(i7, He 
w.us elected to the House by a vote of 
2.1!M to 2.us: for Samuel S. KIswarth (Dem ) 
Vote ia 1S09, Republican. 2,2:0; Democratic, 
1,222. 



Recapitulation. ^ 

RfTublicans, .^ 63 

Democrats, 65 

Total, 12« 



SENATE COMMITTEES. 

On FlTtanee — HeHfiTH. Lmcl, Murphy, Sanford. Parker, Scott. On Judiciary — Messrs. 
Murphy, Hardenburgh. Creamer. Chapman, Wood. Oil Ooi'fiv — Messrs. Hardenbargh, 
C. F Norton, San ford, Thayer. Lewis. On t'ldims— Mossi-s. Morgan, M. Norton. Bowen. 
Ou ii(<tYjv>(«(i4— Mt-.ssrs. Genet. Hubbard, Pierce, Miiiier (one vacancy.) On dunHaULe 
and JifUiffious .Slf^r/Wtev— Messrs. Tweed. Rinks, Win-slow. On Sdilf. y*/'i-ionj— Messrs. 
Cauldwell, C. F. Norton, Woodin. On Inttn-nal Affnivs of Tuwnx and Ct»u>i<i/'.<t— Messrs. 
M. Norton, Morgan, Lewis. On Poor lyiivi— Messrs. II ird.Mibergh, Frost. Harpending. 
On EngroHxed JiULi — ^ensr-i. Hubbard. Genet, Bradley, Parker, Harp»i>ding. On Indian 
AjJ'aiin — Messr-s. Sanibrd, Tweed, ?sCott. On Ounnierce and J\\tvir/a/i'm — Messrs. Pierce; 
Frost. Thayer, Lewis (une vacancy.) On Afin'cul/ure— Mes-sr.s. Frost. Graham, Harpend- 
ing. On /,/te>a/(oe — Mes.srs. Murphy. Hubbard. Cliapni.in. On i>/(it/ta— Messrs. C. F. 
Norton, Genet, Wood. On Jio<id)i and Bruigft— Messrs. C'auldwell. Morgan, Brand. On 
( J f Levi mcen — Mi-ssr A. Creamer. C. F. Norton, Minier. On Bank'i— Messrs Graham, Lord, 
Winslow. On Insurance — Messrs. Briulley, P.erce, Woodin. O i PrivlLejiea and EUcliunx 

— Messrs. Bradley, M. Norion, Elwood. On JI/<mu/fu:/toe.?— Me.ssrs. Morgan, Elw.iod 
(one vacancy.) On iiWrencAwK?"/ — Messrs. Pierce, Hubbard. Brand. Oi Public Build- 
i/if/.s — Messrs. B.iiiks, Frost. Toayer. On Erection and DivLiion of Towns and CouiUiej 

— Messrs. C. F. Norton, Graham, Kennedy. On Public Ecpenditures — Messrs. Graham, 
Cauldwell, Eiwood. On Manu-ipaL Atfairs— M ;s-!rs. Tweed. Creamer. B inks. Loid. Ken- 
neJy. On P.tblic JffaUh — Me.ssr.s. Nart >i\. Il.irdenb irgU. Brand. On Printing— Messrs. 
Creamer, Cauldwell, Buwen. Oa .S(t« — Messrs. L;)r>l. Biiuiley, Kennedy. On Joint 
Library — Messrs. Frost, Banks, Winslow. On Jinlei — Messrs. Sanford, Murphy, Parker. 

ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES. 
Ifay.* ami J»/«iJM — Mes.srs. Jacobs. Coon, Murphy. B.inker. Loutrel.LHtleJohn. Hnsted 
Selkreg. Barse. Ounvierce and Navigulijon— hlQiSTH. Flanagan. Buck. Biylis. O Brien 
Cook, Van Steenburgh.Lontrel.Mulford.Carmiin. (\niafv— Mes-rs. Howe.G. D. L!)rd, Ful- 
ler, Chambers, Ten Kvck, Mullhall. Alvtird. Alberg -r. Shepardson. miilroad-t - Messrs. 
Flagg. Irving, Weed. Blair, Roche. Nel3>n, 1). B Hill. LittltJohn.B iker i«-t/iyt.« — Messrs 
Naclitmann. Oakley. Joy. R;insom. O'Neill. Bucklev. Seward, Bunce, '.Vagn^r fn.mr- 
(/>uv; — Messrs. D. Burns, Fields. Madigan. Aitkeu, Haves. Decker. Scribner. McDougall, 
Olejuson. Tim'lhirdsaiul Tiirc-Fiitht fl/Oi- Messrs. B'unelt. Wilev, CoIm. Coon. Flena- 
gin. Green. B irlians. Pnhlir. /Slncaliun- ■Sle.iyt^. Rmdall. Wacerburv. H lyes. Bartlett, 
Connelly. Gridin. Hewitt. G P. Lord. Sanb irn. W/fVtvt/icM— Kields. 'Frear, O D Lord 
.lacobs. Alvord. Littlejohn, Hnsted Priviteg/'.'' and ELection^—Mes^r^i. Murphy O B Hill 
Loutrel, D. Burns, Moseley, Bolt, Blackall. PalUions of Aliens — Messrj. B lylis, Flecke, 



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Krftclc. J. Brown. Cnrey, Knapp, Ooodrlch, Civil /)i ?'t«/oiM — ^f essrs. Drew, Bii(?kley, 
Clmniberluiii. Montaiiy*', Van sieenhurgli. Winans. Wilson. «'•;>«.<— Messrs. Hansom, 
Miidiifan. Fulli-r. Cnle. Jov. Curev. Flenazin, Woolsev. Wood. JtUeiiuU AjTairs of 'Jnivns 
mul a>/</»/i^'«— Messrs. Sweet. Uav, Mnlhall. Chanibprlaln. Drew. l'<.<»n. (i. P. Lord, 
Wood, Lvnile. J'u'iUc 7fea///i— Messrs. Derker.J. Brown. Aitken. FlanafCan.Swp<'t. Mowe, 
Wilson. Shepardson. Nortlinp. S/nte Cluntlnhtc /iixrUu/li}ii.f — 'iilk-H'*rH. IVn Eyclc. Wilt-y. 
Itankpr, Fla«K. Berrv. V. 4*. Brown. Uiffnal'. Aj^nirsof 0/(V«— Messrs. Freur, Mos.^ly, 
CaniplK'lI. Covle. Howell. Kelly. Haver. Kly. Kllham. Affinr<tof I'iV/o/a'*— Me-^srs. Ri»^-. 
Krack. Waierbnrv. Van Stienbnri;h. funis. O'Brien, FIsk. Pitrce. Prince. Mnnnfacturtt'' 
.V,/i-M('ssrs. Museley.Cook, Fields. Cunnell v. Sniper. Bradford. V. P. Brown. Trmlennd 
^V'//ii//Mr/i(?v;«— Messrs. ConneHv, Flecke. Wiley. Irving, Stevenson, (;iiadwicK, Wade, 
State /'//."(o/ix— Messrs. Nich<»las. Curtis. Haver, Bartlett. J. Burns, DeLano. Barney. K>i- 
pro.sxrtlJiiiLK—Meii.'irfi. Blair. Baylis, Bennetl, Haver. Killian>, 11. .Johnson, Carman. MiU- 
tiaand Pnhdr /k-jenxf— Messrs. Buck, O'Neill. Waliiwright, Howell, L'ook. Oakley, Sniper, 
Sanborn, Stralian. lioadx audBriddm—MvsHrs. WaiiiwriKlit. Campbell. Nicholas. O'Brien, 
Covle, Oaklev, Wlnans. Mullord. Bcmus. JUiltlir />/»/»(<«— Messrs. (Jrillm. Aitken.Mon- 
tauve. Hav. Wade, Brad ord. J. W. Hill, /ndiini ^l.^r(ir.<f-Mes.srs. Howell, B«Mineit. Huwe, 
Cbamberlain, Hewitt. CTOOdrlch, Cliadwicrk. Chdiifahle and AV^iV/Zoiw .VTi/Y/Vt. — Mes-srs. 
J. Bro.vn, Roche. D. Burns, Omselyea Kelly, Buckley. Northup, (iin'ord, Seward. Affri- 
cuUiivr.. — Messrs. Fuller. Banker. Waterbury, (.irillin, 'J'«-n Eyck. Barse. Diiriee. J'lMic 
7'/(/i<())/7. — Messrs. Montanye, Naclitniaiin. Hayes, Krack, Chambers. U. D. Lord, 
Berry. Selkresr, Ca<ly. Kj})einlitiires of J-JxcnUive Depnrliiienf — Messrs. JAny'iU, Madigan, 
Carey. Decker, Sunderlln, Pound. S iffe. J^rpnidilnrrs i if the i/yiMC— Messrs. CurtiS, 
Randall. Kansom, F'lecke, Tucker, Prince, CJreen. J«f//rfrn.v— M» ssrs. Fields. Blair, 
D. B. Hill, Nelson, Jacobs, Hail. O'Neill, (ileiwon, Alvord, Hiisted. /•Vdernl Jitlnduns — 
Messrs. Nelson, Conselyea, Weed. Waiiiwriglit, Cole, Buck, Graliam, J. Johnson, Payhud. 
Joitit Ztdrury — Messrs. lUudall, Weed, Chalnbers, itoche, Conaeiyea, Wymau, Bumus. 



MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE, 

Alphabetically arranged, with the Committees on which they serve. 



THE SENATE. 



BANKS, A. BLEECKER (Dem.). lath Dis- 
rict — Charitable and Religiaus Societies, 
Municipal Atlairs, Joint ..library, Chair- 
man Public Baildings. 

BOWEN, tiEOKGE (Hep.), 29th District — 
t.laims. Prinlinj?. 

BRADLEY, JOHN J. (Dem.), 7th District— 
Engrussed Bills, Salt, Chairman lusur- 
ance and Piivilei?es and Electioas. 

BRA ND.WILLIA M H. (Rep.), -.list District 
^ Roads and Bridges, Betreachment, 
Public Health. 

CAULDWELL, WILLIAM (Dem.), 9th 
D.strict — Public Expenditures, Printinjr. 
Chuiriuau State Prisons and Ruadd and 
Bridges. 

CHAPMAN. ORLOW W. (RGp.),24th Dls- 
irici — Judiciary, Literature. 

CREAMER, rnOMAS J. iDem.), 6th Dis- 
trict— Judiciary, Municipal Atfairs, 
Chairman Grievance^ and Printing. 

ELWOOD, AUGUSTUS R. (Rep.;. 20th 
District — Privileges and Elections, Man- 
ulactures. Public E.xpenditures. 

FROsr, S.XMUEL H. (Dem.), 1st District 

— Poor Laws, Commerce and Navigation, 
Public Buildings, Chairman Agriculture 
and Joint Library. 

GENET. HENRY W. (Dem.), 8th District 

— Engrcssed Bills, Militia, Chairman 
Railroads. 

GRAHAM. WILLIAM M. (Dem.), lOth 
District— Agriculture, Erection and Di- 
vision of Towns and Counties, Chairman 
Banks and Public Expenditures. 

HARDENBURGH, JACOB (D.-m), 14th 
District — Judiciary. Public Uealth, 
Chairman Canals and Poor Laws. 

HARPENOING, ABRAHAM V. (Rep.). 
2t»tii District — Poor Laws, Engrossed 
B.Us, Agriculture. 



HUBBARD. .JOHN P.. Jr. (Dem.). 14th 
District— Railroads, Literature. Ue- 
trenchment, Chairman Engrossed Bills. 

KENNEDY, GEJKiiE N. (Hep.), ■.:.:d lJi!>- 
trict— Er-.-ction an 1 Divisi.ui of Towns 
and Counties. Municipal Alfuir.s. Salt. 

LEWIS, LORAN L. (Rp.), 31st District - 
Canals, Intern il Atfa.rs <»f Towns and 
Counties, Commorceand Navig.iiion. 

LORD, JARVis (Dem). ItJth District - 
BanKS, Municipal Atfairs, Chairman Fi- 
nance and Salt. 

MINIER. THEODORE L. (Rep.), 27th Dis- 
trict — Riiilroads. OrievancfS 

MORGAN, GEORGE (D-m.), 11th District 
-Internal Attairs of Towns and t;oun- 
tl.'S. Roads and Bridges, Manuiacturus, 
Chairman Claims. 

MORPHY, HENRY C. (Dem.), 3d District 

— Finance, Rules, Chairman Judiciary 
and Literature. 

NORTON, CHRISTOPHER F. (Dem.\ 
lUtii District — Canals, State Prisons, 
Grievances, Chairman Militia and Erec- 
tion and Division of Towns and Counties. 

NORTO.V, MICHAEL (Dem.), otb District 

— Claims, Privileges and Elections, 
Chairman Internal AtTairs of Towns and 
Counties and Public Health. 

PARKER, ABRAHAM X. (Rep.). I7th 
District— Finance, EngrossW Bills, Rules. 

PIERCE. JAMES F. (Dem.), 2d District — 
liailroads. Insurance, Chairman Com- 
merce and Navigation and Retrench- 
ment. 

SAN FORD. GEORGE H. (D.^m.). 19th Dis- 
trict — Finance, Canals, Chairman Indian 
Att'airs and Rules. 

SCOTT, ALLEN D. (R^p.). 3 d District- 
Finance, Ind.aii A Hairs 



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THAYER. FRANCIS S. (Rep.), 12ih Dis- 
trict—Canals, C^numerce and Naviga- 
tion. Public Buildings, 

TWEKD, WILLIAM M. (Dem.).4th Dis 
tricl — Indian Allaire, Cliairraiin Charita- 
ble and Keligiuu.s tjociutie^ and Municipal 
Alliiirs. 

WINSLOW. NOKRIS (Rep.). 18th District 
—Chari table and Aeliifiuus Societies, 
Banks, Juiut Library. 



WOOD. JAM US (Rep.), 30th District- Ju- 
diciary, Militia. 

WOOUIN. WILLIAM B. (Rep.). Sith Dis- 
trict— state Prison, Insurance. 

[Vacancy caused by the dejilh of IHAIAII 
BLOOD (Dem.), l.illi District, who was on 
Railroads, Commerce and Navigation, 
and Cliairniaa Manuiuclures.J 



THE ASSEMBLY. 



AITKEN, DAVID G (Dem.), 1st District 
KiuKS — Iu.surauce, Public Health, Public 
Lands. 

ALBERGER, FRANKLIN A. (Rep.), 8d 
District Erie — Canals. 

ALVORD, THOMAS O. (Rep.). 1st Dis- 
trict Onondaga — Canals, Grievances, Ju- 
diciary. 

BAKER, ISAAC V.. Jr. (Rep.), 2d District 
Wiushington — Railroads. 

BANKEK. GF.RSHOM (Dem.), Schenec- 
tady— Ways and Means, State Charitable 
Institutions. Agriculture. 

BARNEY, ALVIN C. (Rep.), 2d District 
Steuben- State Prisons. 

BARSE. CLAUDIUS V. B. (Rep.), 1st Dis- 
trict Cattaraugus — Ways and Means, 
Agriculture. 

BARTLETT, ALFRED W. (Dem.), 2d 
District Westchester — Public Education, 
State Prisons. 

BAYLIS, S.MITH C. (Dem.). 2d District 
Kings— Commerce and Navigation, En- 
grossed Bills. Chairman Petitions of 
Aliens and Expenditure.s of E.xecutive 
Department. 

BEMUS, MATTHEW P. (Rep.), 1st Dis- 
trict Chautauqua — Roads and Bridges, 
Joint Library. 

BENNETT, JAMES O. (Dem.), Ist District 
Steuben — Engrossed Bills. I ndian A Hairs, 
Chairman Two-thirds and Three-tilths 
Bills. 

BERRY, JOHN (Rep.). Orleans— State 
Charitiible Institutions, Public Printing. 

BIGNALL, BURNETT B. (Rep.). Tioga — 
State Charitable Institutions. 

BLACK ALL. ROBERT C. (Rep.), 2d Dis- 
trict Albany — Privileges and Elections. 

BLAIR, JOHN J. (Dem), ^th District New 
York — Railroads, Chairman Engrossed 
Bills. 

BOLT, ALPHEUS Rep^. 1st District Dela 
ware — Privileges and Elections. • 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM (Hep.), 3d Dis- 
trict St. Lawrence — Manufacture of Salt, 
Public Lands. 

BROWN, JOHN (Dem.), 20th District New 
York — Petitionsof Aliens, Public Health, 
Chairman Charitable and Religious So- 
cietie.s. 

BROWN, VOLNEY P. (Rep.). 3d District 
Monroe — State Charitable Institutions, 
Man \factureof Salt. 

BUCK. LEANDER (Dem.), 19th District 
New York— Commerce and Navigation, 
Federal Relations, Chairman Militia and 
Public Defense. 

BUCKLEY, FRANK (Dem.). Sullivan - 
Banks, Civil Divisions, Charitable and 
Religious Societies. 

BUtVCE, SIDNEY A. (Rep.), 2d District 
Oneida — Banks. 

BURHANS, CYRU3 (Rep.), Ist District 
Ulster — Two-thirda and Threa-flRhs 
Bills. 



BURNS, DENNIS (Dem.). W District New 
Y'rk — Privileges and Elections, (chari- 
table and Religious Societies, Chairman 
Insurance. 

BURNS. PETER (Rep.), 2d District Onon- 
daga — State Prisons. 

CADY, PERKINS F. (Rep.), 2d District 
Columbia — Public Printing. 

CAMPBELL. TIMOTHY J. (Dem), 6th 
District New York — AQairs of Cities, 
Roads and Bridges. 

CA HEY, JOHN (Dem.). 7th District New 
York — Petitions of Aliens, Claims, Ex- 
penditures of E.xeculive Department. 

CARMAN. GEORGE F. (Rep.). Sutfolk- 
Commerce and Navigation, Engrossed 
Bills. 

CHADWICK. GEORGE W. (Rep.), 1st Dis- 
trict Oneida— Indian Atfairs, Trade and 
Manuf.icturts. 

CHAMBERLAIN, ALFRED (D.-m.), 1st 
District OUsego — Civil Divisions, Internal 
AtTairs ol Towns and Counties, Indian 
Aflairs. 

CHAMBERS, GEORGE (Dem.). 1st Dis- 
trict Erie — Canals, Public Printing, Joint 
Library. 

COLE. RICHARD D. (Dem.), Jst District 
Monroe — Two-thirds and Three-fliths 
Bills. Claims. Federal Relations. 

CONNELLY, EDMUND (Dem.). 17th Dis- 
trict New York — Public Education, 
Manufacture of Salt, Chairman Trade 
and Manufacture. 

CONSELYEA, SAMUEL F. (Dem.), 8th 
District Kings — Charitableand Religious 
Societies, Federal Relations, Joint Li- 
brary. 

CX)OK, WILLIAM W. (Dem.). 12th District 
New York --Commerce and Navigation, 
Manufacture of Salt. Militia and Public 
Defense. 

COON, WILLIAM C. (Dem.), Schuyler — 
Ways and Means, Two-thirds and Three- 
fifths Bills, Internal AtTairs of Towns 
and Counties. 

COYLE, EDWARD (Dem.), 3d District Al- 
bany — AtTairs of Cities, Roads and 
Bridges. 

CURTIS, STEPHEN H. (Dem.) 1st District 
Cayuga — Atlaira of Villages, State Pris- 
ons. Chairman Expenditures of the 
House. 

DECKER, JOHN (Dem.), Richmond — 
Insurance, Expenditures of Executive 
Department, Chairman Public Health. 

DkLANO. CLAYTON H. (Rep.). Es.sex- 
State Prisons. 

DREW, SARLKS (Dem.). Putnam — Inter- 
nal AtTairs of Towns and Counties, Chair 
man Civil Divisions. 

DUKFEE, Henry R. (Rep.), 2d District 
Wavne— Agriculture, 

ELY. WILLIAM U. (Hep.), Brooipe-r- 
Affairs of Cities. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



139 



FIELDS. THOMAS C. (Dem.). 19th Dis- 
iricl iN'ew York — Iiisuraiict*, Munulucture 
of .Salt, C'liuirmati Orievauces dud Judi- 
ciary. 

FISK, DAVID L. (Tlep.). 1st District Madi- 
son — Aflairs of Villxges. 

FLAGG. JOHN L. (Dem.). 1st District 
Itensselaer — State Charitable Institu- 
tions, Ctiairmau Railroads. 

FLAN.VCJAN, RICH ARD(Dem.). 13th Dis- 
trict New York — Public Health, Chair- 
man Commerce and NaviKution. 

FJJ^iNAOIN. CHARLKS N. (Rep.). Allf^ 
gany — Twotliirda and Three-Jllihs Bills, 
Claims. 

FLEVKP:. CHRISTOPHER (Dem.). lOlh 
District New York — Petitions of Aliens, 
Trade and Manufactures, £.tpenditures of 
the House. 

FREAK, ALEX iNDER (Dem.), loth Dis- 
trict New York — Grievuncus. Chairman 
Affairs of Cities. 

FULLER ISAIAH (Dem.), 1st District 
tSaratoga — Canals, Claims, Chairman Ag- 
riculture. 

GIFFORD. HORACE C. (Rep.), 2d District 
Rensselaer— Charitable and Religions 
Societies. 

GLEA80N. GEORGE M. (Rep.), 1st Dis- 
trict St. Lawrence— Insurance, Judiciary. 

GOODllICH, WILLIAM W. (Rep.), 5fh 
District Kings — Petitions of Aliens. In- 
dian Alfairs. [Was excused from serving 
at his own request.] 

GRAHAM. JAMES H. (Rep.), 2d District 
Delaware— Federal Relations. 

GREEN. STEPHEN C. (^Kep.K 2d District 
Cattaraugus— Two- thircis and Three- tilths 
Bills, Expenditures of tlie House. 

GRIFFIN. DUNCAN (Dem.), Warren - 
Public Education, Agriculture, Chairman 
Public Lands. 

.HAVER. BEHNARP (Dem.). 6th District 
Kings— Attairs of Cities, State Prisons, 
EnKros.sed Bills. 

HAYES, JOHN (Dem.), id District New 
York — Insurance, Public Education, 
Public Printing. 

HEWITT, STEPHENS. (Rep.), 2d District 
Cayuga — Public Education, Indian Af- 
fairs. 

HILL. DAVID B. (Dem.), Chemung — 
Railroads, Privileges and Elections, Ju- 
diciarv. 

HILL, JOSEPH W. (Rep.). 2d District Sar- 
atoga-Public Lands. 

HITCHMAN, WILLIAM (Dem.), 21st Dis- 
trict New York —.speaker. 

HOWE. ABRAHAM (Dem.). 2d District 
Oswejjo- Public Health, Indian Affairs, 
Chairman Canals. 

HOWELL. JOHN (Dem.), 2d District Erle- 
Artairs ol Cities, Militia and Public De- 
fense, Chairman Indian Alfair.s. 

IIUSTED JAMKS W. (Rep.), M District 
Westchester — Ways and Means, Griev- 
ances, Judiciarv. 

IRVING J A ,M E.S (Dem.). 16th District New 
Y'ork — Railroads, Trade and Manufac- 
ture. 

JACOBS JOHN C. (Dem.), 9th District 
Kings — Grievances, Judiciary, Chairman 
Wavs anil Means. 

JOHNSON, JAMliS (Rep.). 1st District 
Jelferson — Feileral Relations. 

JOHN.SON. RICHARD (Rep.). Livingston 
— Engrns-*e<l Bills. 

JOY. HENRY S. (Dem.), Wyoming - 
Banks. Claims, 

KELLY, JOHN TYLER (Dem.), 14th Dis- 
trict New York — Affairs of Cities, Char- 
itable and Religious Societies, 



KILHAM, LEONARD C. (Rep.), 2d Dis- 
trict Madison — A Hairs of Cities, En- 
grossed Rill.s. 

KNAPP, VOLNEV G. (Rep.), Genesee - 
Petitions of Aliens. 

KRACK. CHARLES IL, Sr. (Dem.). .3d 
District Ulster— Petitions of Aliens, 
Affairs of Villages, Public Printing. 

LITTLEJOHN, DE WI'IT C. (Rep.), 1st 
District Oswego — Ways and Means, Rail- 
roiids. Grievances. 

LORD. GKOKC4E D. (Dem), Monroe — 
Canals. (Jrieviinces. Public Printing. 

LORD, GEOIUJE P. (Rep). Yates — Public 
Education, Internal Affairs of Towns 
and Counties. 

LOUTREL, GEORGE L. (Dem.), 5th Dis- 
trict New York— Ways and Means, Com- 
merce and Navigation, Privileges and 
Elections. 

LYNDE, DOLPHUH S. (Rep.), 2d District 
St. Lawrence- Internal Affairs of T-jwns 
and Counties. 

MA DIG AN, MICHAEL (Dem.), Ist Dis- 
trict New York — Insurance, Claims. Ex- 
penditures oi P'xeculive Department. 

McDOUGAL. ISAAC ^Rep.), 4th District 
Oneida — Insurance. 

MONTANY'E, ISAAC V. (Dem.), 2d Dis- 
trict Orange — Civil Divisions, Public 
Lands, Chairman Public Printing. 

MOSELEY. WILLIAM W. (Dem.), 4th 
District Kings — Privileges and Elections, 
Affairs of Cities, Chairman Manulacture 
of Salt. 

MULFORD, DAVID H. (Rep.). 2d District 
Dutchess — Commerce and Navigation, 
Ri>ads and Bridges. 

MULHALL, THOMAS (Dem.). .3d District 
Oneida — Canals, Internal Affairs of 
Towns and (-'ounlies. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM D. (Dem.), l.st Dis- 
trict Albany — Ways and Means, Chair- 
man Privileges and Elections. 

NACHTMANN, MARTIN (Dem.), 8th 
District New Y^ork — Public Printing, 
Chairman Banks. 

NELSON. JAMES M.(Dem.), Rockland — 
Railroads, Judiciary, Chairman Federal 
Relations. 

NICHOLAS, GEORGE W. (Dem.). 1st 
District Ontario- Roads and Bridges, 
Chairman .State Prisons. 

NORTHUP. DANIEL A. (Rep.), Herki- 
mer— Public Health, Charitable and Re- 
ligious Societies. 

OAKLEY, JAMES M. (Dem.), 2d District 
Queens— Banks, Militia and Public De- 
fense, Roads and Bridges. 

OBRIEN. LAWRENCE (Dem.). lUh Dis- 
trict New York- Commerce and Navi- 
gation-Affairs of Villages, Roads and 
Bridges. 

O'NEILL. JAMES (Dem.). OthDIstrict New 
York — Banks, Militia and Pubhc De- 
fense. Judiciary. 

PA YHUD. JOSEPH (Rep.), Lewis— Fede- 
ral Relations. 

PIERCE. JAMES H. (Rep.), Franklin - 
Affairs of Villages. 

POUND. JOHN E. (Rep.). 1st District 
Niiufara- Expenditures of Executive 
Department. 

PRINCE, L. BRADFORD (Rep.). 1st Dis- 
trict Queens — Affairs of Villages, Ex- 
penditures of the lIou.se. 

RANDALL. HENRY S. (Dem.). Cortlanf. 
— Expenditures of the House. Chairman 
Public Eklucatlon and Joint Librarv. 

RANSO.M. HARRY 3. (Dem.). 4th District 
Erie — B.inks, Chairman Claims. 



140 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



RAY, BBINJAMIxX (Dem.). Ist iJistrlciCo- 
Uiriil)ia — IiUiTtml AMnirs of Towns ami 
Cv)Uiui«'s, Public Liiiids, Cliairmau AHuirs 
of Viliufjfs. 

ROCHK. DOMINICK H. (Dem.). 3d Dis- 
trict Kin;,'s— K:iilroads. iMi;iriiubie and 
U(»IIkI<ius SoclKiPS. Joint LiOnirv. 

SAGE, CHAUNCP:Y S. (ilep.).;i.l District 
0.^we;i<» — Kxpendiiures ol'Kxeculive De- 
piirtnient. 

SANliOllN. LEE R (Rpp.), 2d District Ni- 
agara— Public Kducaliou, Militia and 
Public Do:eii-it>. 

SCRIBNER. (J. HILTON (Rep.), 1st Dis- 
trict Westchester — Insurance. 

SELKKKG. JOHN H. (Hep). Tompkins — 
Ways and Means. Public Printing. 

SEWARD, JAMES A. (Hep ), 1st District 
Dutchess— Banks, Charitable and Re- 
liR-ious Societit's. 

SHEPAKD.SON, ANDREW (Rep.), Che- 
nango —Canals. Public Health. 

SNIPER, GU:>TAVUS (Rep.), M District 
Onondapra- Manuiacture or" Salt, Mili- 
tia and Public welense. 

STEVENSON. THOMAS (Rep.). 1st Dis- 
trict Washington — Trade and Manufac- 
tures. 

STRAHAN, ROBERT H. (Rep.), 1st Dis- 
tr.ct Orange -Militia and Public De- 
fense. 

SUNDERLIN. WILLIAM D. (Rep.). 4th 
District Albany— Expenditures oi Exec- 
utive Department. 

SWEET. SILAS (Dem.), Schoharie — Pub- 
lic Health. Cnairman internal Allairs ol' 
Towns and Counties. 

TEN EYCK, SANFORD R. (Dem,), Seneca 



— Canals, Agriculture, Chairman Slate 

Charitable Institutions. 
TUCKEU, J. LEE (Kep.). 2d Di.slrict Ot- 
sego— ExiienditnreH ol (lie House. 
VAN STEENBURGH, HIRAM (Dem.), 

Greene — Commerce and NavlKation, 

(Jivll Divisions A Ifairs oi Villages. 
WADE, MORTIMPJR (R-p), Fulton and 

Hamilton —Trade and Manul'actures, 

Public Lands. 
WAtiNER. WEBSTER (Rep.), Montgom- 

erv — Banks. 
WAIN WRIGHT, WILLIAM (Dem.). 7th 

District Kings — Militia and Public De- 

lensf. Federal Relations, Chairman Roads 

and Bridiit-s. 
WATERBURY. SYLVESTP:R (Dem.), 3d 

Disinct R"nsselKer — Public Education, 

Aftair.s of Villages. Agriculture. 
WEED, SMITH M. (Dem), Clinton — 

Railroads, Federal Relations, Joint Li- 
brary. 
WlLfiY. JOHN M. (Dem.), oth District 

Erie — Two-thirds and Three-Hlths Bills. 

State Charitable Institutions, Trade and 

Manufactures. 
WILS(JN, DAVID E. (Rep ). 2d District 

Ontario — ('ivil Divisions, Public Health. 
WINANS.ORANGE S. (Rep.), 2d District 

Chautauqua — Civil Divisions, Roads aud 

Bridges. 
WOOD. ANSON S. (Rep.), 1st District 

Wayne — Claims, Internal Affairs of 

Towns and Counties. 
WOOLSEY. C. MEEUH (Rep.), 2d District 

Ulster — Claims. 
WYMAN, OLIVER C (Rep.), 2d District 

JetTerson — Joint Library. 



RAILROAD PROGRESS U. S. 



Year. 


Miles. 


Year. 


Miles. 


Year. 


Miles. 


1 V..r. 


Miles. 


Year. 


Miles. 


iSis 


3 


18.17 ... 


L431 


18W. .. 


4,870 18.«„... 


i7,m 


18W„... 


3.1,860 


WJ\) 


• 28 


WA 


l,8i:{ 


1847 


5,336 18.il5„... 


19.2ol 


18<>j_... 


34,442 


18:W ... 


41 


18:{9 


l,!i20 


1R48 


5.fiS2 1 isr>7 


22,(12-, 


imi 


35,3-11 


LS."}! 


M 


1840 


2.1!I7 


1819 


G,m il 1S58 


2-).0!t0 


18f.7 


3«.89fi 


!»:« 


131 


1841 


3,:119 


1S50 


7,475 


18.->9 


2(5.7.>5 


ISfis 


38,822 


18;« 


57(5 


18 i2 


3,877 


1S>1 


8,589 


1860-... 


28,771 


18«9 


42,272 


is:u 


7(12 


1843 


4,174 


1S.52 


11.027 


mn 


30.59.3 


1870 


43,800 


IS-V) 


Sis 


!8H 


4,311 


1*53..... 


)3,4«7 


13<!-2..... 


31,7(10 






i6a« 


1,102 


134.-J.... 


4,522 


18.>l 


15,(572 


"^- 


32,471 







PLEBISCITUM VOTES IN FRANCE. 



1793. Oon.stltution (Republic) 

1795, do do 

1799, do (Consulate) 

1802 Senatus (jonsultum (Cimsulate for life, Napoleon) 

1801. do do (Empire),.. 

1815, Acte Addltionel d . 

1818. President (Lnuls Napoleon), 

IS-Ti, President for life, do do 

1852, C/Onsiiiution. do do 

I*v2, Beiiatus ConsuUum (Empire), 

1870, do do do 



Against. 



1,801.918 


11,610 


1.0-.7,:«0 


49,9.-,7 


3,911,000 


1.569 


3,5f>8.lH5 


9,074 


3,321.67-) 


2. .599 


i,:<oo.ooo 


4,206 


6,531.520 


1.448.. 302 


7,481.231 


540.787 


7.47.1,431 


64l,3-)l 


7. 8-28. 1-9 


2.->3.145 


7,o36,434 


1,5(>0,097 





EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 


141 




SHERIFFS AND COUNTY CLERK3 IN THE STATE OF 
NEW YORK. 




Counties. 


Sberifl^ 


Post-Ofllce. 
Albany. 


County Clerks. 


Po8t-office. 






George A. Birch 

Josenh ^Tillies. 


John McEwen 

Wm. H. H. Rus.sell.. 
Joseph M. Johnson.. 

Wm. W. Welsh 

I.vman C. Comslnck 
John R. Robertaon. 

John G. Copley. 

Jas. G. Thompson ... 

Stephen Moffitt. 

Edwin C. Terry. 


Alhanj'. 

Belmont. 

Bii.ghamton. 

Little Valley. 

Auburn 

May ville. 

Elmira. 

Norwich. 

Plattsburgh. 

JIudson. 

Corllaiidville. 

Delhi. 

I'ouglilceepsie 

Buifiilo. 

Elizabethfn. 

Malone. 

Johnstown. 

Jiatavia. 

Causkill. 

Sageville. 

Herkimer. 

Waiertown. 

Brooklyn, 

Lowville. 

(ienesfo. 

Morrisville. 

Rochester. 

Fonda. 

N<-w York. 

Ixickport. 

Utica. 

Svracuse. 

Canandaigua. 

Goshen. 

Albion. 

Oswego. 

Cijoperstown. 

Carinel. 

Jamaica. 

'iroy. 

Richm'dC.H. 

I'larkslown. 

Itallsion Sjta. 

Sdienectady. 

Schohacie. 

>yatkins. 

Ovid. 

Canton. 

Bath. 

Riverheart. 

Monlicello. 

Owego. 

Jthacti. 

Kingston. 

Ci»lowell. 

Argyle. 

Lyons. 

White Plain!!. 

Warsaw. 

Penn Van. 


j 


Allegany 

Broome 

Cattaraugus- 
Cayuga 

Chautauqua. 

Chemung 

Chenango 

Clinton 

Columbia 

Cortland 

Delaware 

Dutchess 

Erie 

E^ex - 


Belmont 




Fred k W. Martin ... 
William M, Brown. 

John E. .Savery 

L. T, Harrington-... 
(Jeorge OJIanlon.... 
Uriah Rorapaugh ... 

Darius Ayer 

Stephen \V. Ham 

John D. Benton 

Etlward A. Griffltli.. 
Cornelius Pitcher.... 

Grover Cleveland 

Cliauncey D. Bullis.. 

William H. Hyde 

Wm. P. BrayU)n.... 
William I, Parish ... 
Benj. F. Bark ley .... 
Andrew H, Anibal.. 

Ale.xander Smith 

A. W. Wheelock 

Andrew Walter 

Jame.s B. Phillip.s 

Henry 1j. Arnold 

Edwin R. Barker ... 
Joseph B. Campbell 
Alfred J. Wagner ... 

Mat. T. Brennan 

Oscar E. Mann 

Lewis Gay lord 

William Evans „. 

Darwin Cheney 

Charles H. Weygani 
Robt. P. Bordwell ... 

James Doyle 

Daniel Franklin 

Rif^iiard R. Horton.. 
Armstead C. Henry 

Janies McKeon 

Moses Alston 

Dan'l C. Springsteen 

'J'liomjus No.xon 

Jacob Vedder. 

Jacob Angle 

Clia-s. W. Ctanharty 


Binghamton .. 
Little Valley- 




May ville _ 

Klinira 








Plattsburgh ... 




Cortlandville. 

Delhi „. 

Poughkeepsie 
BuOalo 




Smith H. W^hite 

John W. Vincent.... 

James H. Fisher 

William E. Calkins. 

Wm. W. Paddock 

Mortimer Wade 

Carlos A. Hull 

Horatio L. Day 

William H. Fjy 

Douglas Bennett 

Jacob Steers, Jr 

George G. Herman - 

Thomas J. Lewis 

Augustus A. Curtis.^ 
Alired D. Kennt'dy- 
Alonzo L. Mabbelt „ 
Abner H. Burtch.... 

Charles E. Loew 

George B. Wilson 

Linus R. Clark 

Edgar E. Evers. 

Walter Marks. 

William E. Mapes... 

(ieorge D. Church 

John J. Stevens- 

E. Delavan Hills 

John K. Wyatl 

John H. Sutphin 

E. W. Greenman 

J. 11. Van Cliel, Jr... 

Cyrus M. Crum 

James W. Horton ... 

James G. Caw 

John Morrison 

Edward Kendall 

Calvin Willers 




Elizabethto'n. 
Malone 




Franklin 




Johnstown .... 
Batavia. 




Genesee - 




Catskill 




Hamilton .... 
Herkimer ... 

JelFtTson 

Kings 


Sageville 

Herkimer 

WaterUAvn 

Brooklyn- 

Lowville 




liewis _ 

Livingston ... 
Madi-ion 








MorrLsville 

Roche.ster 




Montgomery 
New York ... 
Niagara- 




New Y'kcity.. 

r.ockport 

ijtica 




Onondaga.... 

Ontario 

Orange 

Orleans _ 


Syracuse 

Canandaigua- 












Otsego. 

Putnam 

Queens 

Rens-selaer ... 
Itichmoud.... 

Rockland 

Saratoga 

Schenectady. 
Schoharie .... 

Schuyler 

Seneca 

St. Lawrence 

Steuben _ 

Sullolk 

Sulilvan 

Ti.)ga 

Tompkins ... 
Ul.ster -. 


Cooperstown- 




Jaraaica 

Troy 

Riclim'dC.H. 
Clarkstown ... 
Ballslon Spa„ 
SehLMiectady - 

Scho. C. H 

Wat kins 

Waterloo. 

Canton . .. 




William H. Walling 

William B. Boyd 

J. Henry Perk'ins-... 

James 1). Dicker 

ThomjLs F. Pearl .... 

Horace L. Root 

John W. Kerr 


Tiras H. Ff-rris _ 

Nirf)m M. Crane 

(iporge C.Campbell.. 
Friend W. Johnson- 
Horace A. Brooks... 




Bath 

Riverheaxl 

Monlicello 

Owego 




Kingston 

Cal.lwell 


Charles W. Oryo 

Gforge P. Wait 

William H. Kincftid 
Alh.riF.Redlield... 
J. Malcom Smith-... 
Edw'd M. Jennings.. 
(Jeorge W. Spencer.. 




Warren 

Washington.. 

Wayne 

Westchester.. 

Wyoming 

Yates 


John Loveland. 

Orin S. Hall 

John X. Brownell ... 
Robert F. Biundage 

George A. Sweet 

John I.,. Dinturff 




Salem 




Lyons 




White Plains- 

Warsaw 

Penn Van 








ST] 

Have all the 
of the art, an 

will be promi 


EAM LITHOGRAPI 

WEED, PARSONS & 

fncillties for e.xefutlng LITHOGRAP 
d at ihe very lowest prices. All ord, i 

Nos. 39 and 41 Columbia Sti 

Jtly attended to. 


lie PRINT 

COMPANY, 

QIC PRINTING in th 
•s sent to ihem, 

reet. Albany, N. 1 


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e highest styles 

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EVENING JOUKNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS AND TREASURERS IN THE STATE 
OF NEW YORE. 



Counties. 



Albany 

Allejjiiny 

Broome 

Cattaraugus 
CayuRa 

C'liautaiiqua 

Clienuiufj 

Chenango .... 

Clinton 

Columbia 

Cortland 

J)eiaware 

Dutches.s 

Erie 

Ksse.v 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Genesee 

(Jreene 

Humilton 

Herkimer 

Jellerson 

Kings 

Lewis 

Livingston.... 

Madison 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

New York.... 

Niagara 

Onei<la 

Onondaga 

Ontario 

Orange 

Orleans 

Oswego 

Otsego 

Putnam 

Queens 

Kensselaer .. 
liiclimond.... 
Itockiand .... 
St. Lawrencr 

Saratoga 

8clienfct;idy. 
Schoharie ..... 

Schuyler 

Seneca 

Steuben 

Suttblk 

Sullivan 

Tioga 

Tompkins.... 

Ulster 

AVarron 

Wa-shington.. 

Wayne 

Westchester.. 

Wyoming 

Yates 



District Attornej-s. Residence, 



R. W. Peckham, Jr. 
HuCus Scott 

Peter W. Hopkins.. 

Merrill T. Jenkins.. 

William B. Mills 

Benj. F. Skinner 

Robert Stephens 

Robert A. Stanton.. 

John a. McDermott 

John B. Longley 

Lewis Bouton 

Harvey F. David.son 

Tristram Coflin 

LviTian K. Ba^s 

A rod K. Dudley 

Samuel A. Beman... 

Richard A. Rosa.... 

William C. Watson.. 

William E. Leete.... 

James M.Brownell.. 

Albnrt M. Mills 

Pardon C. W.lliams.. 

Samuel D. Morris 

Henry E. Turner 

Edwin A. Nash„ 

Ale.x. Cramphin... 

John M. Davy 

Hezekiah Baker .. 

Samuel B. Garvin 

M. M. Southworth 

Daniel Ball 

Fred. A. Lyman... 

Edwin Hicks 

S. W. Fullerton...r. 

Henry A. Clillds 

Newton W. Nutting 

Samuel S. Edick 

Samuel J.Owens 

Benj. W. Downing... 
Timothys. Banker.. 

John H. Hedley 

Hiram B. Fenton 

Leslie W. Russell 

Winsor B. French... 

Austin A. Yates 

Henrj' C. Cook 

William L. Norton.. 
William C. Hazelton 

.John H. Butler 

James IL Tuthill 

Benjamin Reynolds 

Eugene B. Gere 

IMerritt King 

Fred. L. Westhrook 
Freedom O. Dudley.. 

Royal C. Betts 

Charles H. Roy 

Jackson O. Dykman 
Elbert E. Farman... 
Hanford Struble 



Albany 

}?elmont 

Hinghamton . 

E. Randolph... 

Weedsport „... 

Fredonia 

Elmira 

Norwich 

Plattsburgh .. 

Hud.son 

Cortland Vil... 

Delhi 

Poughkeepsie 

ButTalo 

Elizahetht'wn 

Malone 

Broadalbin„.. 

Batavia 

Coxsackie 

Hope Centre . 

Newport 

Watertown ... 

Brooklyn 

Lowville 

Lima 

Morrisville.... 

Rochester 

St. Johnsville 

New York 

Lockpori 

Waterville 

Marcellus . . . 
Canandaigua. 

Newburgh 

Medina 

Oswego 

Cooperstown 
Cold Springs . 

Flushing 

Troy 

Annadale 

Clarkstown.... 

Canton 

Saratoga Sps 
Schenectadv. 
Richm'dville 

Watkins 

Ovid 

Cohocton 

Riverhead 

Parksvllle 

Owego 

Ithaca 

Kingston 

Chestertown .. 

Granville 

Lvons 

W^hite Plains.. 

Warsaw 

Penn Yan 



Treasurftrs. 



Alexander Kennedy 

Daniel D. Gardiner.. 

Alonzo C. Matthews 

Alonzo Hawlev 

Horace T. Cook 

Sherman Williams.. 

Jesse L. Coolej' 

Naf.han P. Wheeler. 

David F. Dobie 

l{i.;hard F. Clark 

John S. Cornue „ 

Theop. F. Mcintosh 

Waller C. Fonda 

William B. Sirrett... 

Charles N. Williams 

Wm. I). Brennan 

Burnet H. Dewey„... 

Anderson D. Tryon. 

Frederick Hill 

Patrick N. Crowe 

Uobert Ethridge 

John M. Carpenter.. 

Thomas A.Gardiner 

Alpheus D. Pease 

Chauncev Metciill... 

Charles T. Bicknell. 

George N. Deniing... 

James Frtist 

John J. Bradley* 

Hiram Benedict 

Charles Northrop ... 
George H Gilbert ... 
Geo. N, Williams-... I 

Cha.s J. Everett 

Albert S, Warner... 
Luther H. Conklin . 

.David A. Avery 

John Cornish 

Charles A. Roe „ 

Samuel O. Gleason „ 
Abraham Winant ... 

John B. Gurnee 

Harvey N. Redway 

Henry A. Mann 

N. I. Sohermerhorn 
James O. Williams. 

L. Shepherd 

George M. Guion 

Peter Halse.v 

Stephen B. French . 

James Williams 

John B. Brush , 

George H Bristol ... 
John C. Brodhead ... 

Daniel Peck 

Asahel Wing 

Smith A. Dewey 

N. Holmes Odell 

Harwood A. Dudley 
James Burns ^ 



Residence. 



Albany. 

Angelica. 

Binghamton. 

Hinsdale. 

Auburn. 

West field. 

Elmira. 

Norwich. 

Platt.sburgb. 

Hud.son. 

Preble. 

Delhi. 

Poughkeepsie. 

Buflalo. 

Elizabeiht'wn 

Malone. 

Jonnsiown. 

Batavia. 

Catskill. 

Well.s. 

Frankfort. 

Watertown. 

Brooklyn. 

Marti nsburgh, 

Geneseo. 

Morrisville. 

Rochester. 

Canajoliarie. 

New York. 

Lock port. 

Rome. 
Syracuse. 

Canandaig^ua. 

Goshen. 

Albion. 

Mexico. 

Cooperstown, 

Carmel. 

Flushing. 

Troy. 

Ro.ssville. 

Spring Valley 

Potsdam. 

Ballston Spa. 

Schenectadv. 

Central Bdge. 

Reading Cen. 

Seneca Falls. 

Bath. 

Sag Harbor. 

Monticello. 

Owego. 

Ithaca. 

Kingston. 

Glens Falls. 

Fort Edward. 

Lyons. 

■| urrytown. 

Warsaw. 

Penn Yan. 



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143 



COUNTY JUDGES AND SURROGATES IN THE STATE OF 
NEW YORK. 



Counties. 



Albany 

Allfgsiny, 

Broome 

C^Rttaraugus... 

C'HVUJIft 

Chantnuqiia, .. 

Chemung 

Clienango 

Clinton 

Columbia, 

Cortlaufl, 

Delaware 

Dutchess, 

PJrie 



Jiulges. 



Jacob H. Clute 

Wolcott iratch. 

"William B. Erlwards,.. 

Samuel -S. t>pring,. 

William E. Hoghitt.... 

Orseil Cook 

Thomas- S. Spauldiug, 

Horace G. Prindle 

Daniel S. McMasters... 

Darius Peck, 

Abram P.Smith 

Edwin D Wagner 

AUard Anthony, 

Roswell L. Burrows,.. 

Bvron Pond 

Albert Hobbs 

John Stewart 

Lucius N. Bang.s 

Manly B. Mattice 

Richard.Peck, 

AmosH. Pre.scott 

Azariah H. Saywer,... 

James Troy 

Carlos P. Scovil, 

Solomon Hubbard 

Charles L. Kennedy,. 

Jerome Fuller 

James H.Cook 

Gunnings. Bed!ord.Jr 

Hiram Gardner 

Joel Williard 

Henry Riegel 

William H. Smith 

Thomas George, 

Orleans, I John G. Sawyer 

Oswego Cyrus Whitney 

Otsego I Hezekiah Sturges, 



Franklin 

Fulton 

Genesee, 

Greene, 

Hamilton 

Herkimer,™... 

Jefferson, 

Kings 

Lewis 

Livingston, ... 

Madison, 

Monroe, 

Montgomery 
New York. .. 

Niagara 

Onnida 

Onondaga, .... 

Ontario, 

Orange, 



Post-office. 



Putnam 

Queens 

Rensselaer,... 

Richmond 

Rockland, ..... 
S . Lawrence 

Saratoga, 

Schenectady. 

Schoharie 

Schuyler, 

Seneca 

Steuben, 

Suffolk 

Sullivan,- 

Tioga 

Tompkins, ... 

Ulster, 

Warren, 

Washingion,.. 

Wayne, 

Westchester, 

Wj'oming 

Yates 



Cayuga 

Chautauqua, 

Chenango, 

Jefferson, 

Monroe, 

Oneida 

Orange 

Oswego, 

St. Lawrence 

Sullivan 

Tioga 

Tompkins, .. 
Washington,.. 



Edward Wright 
John J. Armstrong, .. 

Jeremiah Romeyn 

Henry B. Metcalfe 

Andrew E. Suffern, .. 

Henry L. Knowles 

Charles S. Lester 

Walter T. L. Sanders 
William C. Lament,... 

George O. Freer, 

George Franklin 

Guy H. McMaster, 

John R. Reid 

Albert J. Bush 

Thomas Farrington,.. 
M. Van Valkenburgh 
Aug. Schoonmaker.Jr 
Stephen Brown, ... 

Jaseph Potter 

Luther M. Norton 
Robert Cochran,.. 

Byron Healy 

William S. Briggs 



Albany 

Belmont 

Binghamton. 
Fi'nkllnviile 

Auburn 

Jamestown... 

KImira 

Norwich 

Pla*tsburgli... 

Hudson 

CortlandviUe 

C;olchester 

Poughke'psie 

Buffalo.. 

i:iizabetht'n.. 

Malone 

Johnstown.... 

LeRoy 

Durham 

Wells 

Mohawk 

Watertown... 

Brooklyn 

Lowville 

Geneseo 

Morrisville... 

Brockp )it..... 

Canaj -liprie. 

New York.... 

Lockport. -.. 

Uiica 

Syracuse 

Canandaigua 

Newburgh. 

Albion 

Mexico- 

Cooperstown 

Carmel 

Jamaica 

Troy 

Westfield 

Haverstraw.. 

Potsdam 

Saratoga Sp s 

Glenville . 

Cobleskill. 

Watkins... 

Ovid 

Bath 

Babylon... 

Monticello.... 

Owpgo 

Ithaca 

Kingston 

Glens Falls. .. 

Whitehall 
Newark... 
White Plains 
Warsaw _ . 
Penn Yan 



Surrogates. 



Post-office. 



Israel Lawton, 

Wolcott Hatch 

William B. Edwards 

William Manly 

William B. Woodln.. 
Charles G. Maples,... 
Thomas G.Spaukling 
Horace G. Prindle,... 
Daniel S. ^McMa.sters 
Hugh W. McClellan 

Abram P. Smith 

Edwin D. Wagner.... 
Milton A. Fowler 
Horatio Seymour 

Bvron Pond 

Albert Hobbs 

John Stewart 

Lucius N. Banns 

Manly B. Maliice, 

Richard Peck 

Amos H. Prescoit,... 

William W. Tuggart. 

William D. Veedcr... 

Carlos ?. Scovil 

Solomon Hubbard... 

Charles L Kennedy. 

W. Dean Shuart, 

James H. Cook 

Fiobert C. Hutch ings 

John T. Murray 

Joseph S. Avery, 

Cvrus Sweet 

Isniel R. Parcell 

Gilbert O. Hulse 

John G. Sawyer 

Henry L. Howe 

Byron J. Scofiold 

E:(lwarfl Wright 

James W. Covert, .... 

E. Smith Strait 

Henry B. Metcalfe,... 

Andrew E. Suffern,... 

Stillman Foote 

CornelisA. Waklron 

Walter T. L.Sanders 

William C. Lament,.. 

George G. Freer 

George Franklin, 

Guy H. McMaster,... 

John R. Reid 

AlberfJ. Bash 

Thomas Farrington, 
M. Van Valkenburgh 
Charles A. Fowlor 

Stephen Browii 

Ji mes I. Lowerie,. 
Luther M. Norton 

Owen T Cpffln, 

Bvron Healy 

William S. Briggs. 



RPKCTAL JUDGES. 

Amzl Wood, 

Philips. Cottle 

Oscar H. Curtis, 

John B. Emmes 

George W. Rawson, 
William B. Bliss,-... 

William J. Groo 

A nd' w Z. McCarthy.Jr 
Edward H. Neary... 
Etlward H. i'lui.ey, 

James B. Caryl 

George W. Wood,.... 
Samuel Thomas, 



Auburn 

Fredoiiia 

Oxford 

Carthage 

Rochester.... 

Rome 

Middletown 

Pulaski 

Governeur.. 
Jeffersonv'le 

Candor 

Ithaca 

Greenwich 



SPKC'I. SrRKOOATE» 

John T. M. Davie 

Jabez B. Archibald, 

Ross C. Scott, 



Theodore Avery 

Henry C. Duryea 

Francis David, 

Heber Sykes 

Edward H. Pinney. 



Albany. 

Belmont. 

Binghamtn 

EUicotville 

Auburn. 

Mayvllle. 

Llmira. 

Norwich. 

Platisb rgh 

Chatham 4C 

Cortlandv'e 

Colchester. 

P'ghkeepsie 

Buffalo. 

EUzab'tht'n 

Malone. 

Johnstown 

Le I toy. 

Durham. 

Wells. 

Mohawk. 

Waterli.wn 

Brooklyn. 

Lowville. 

(Geneseo. 

Morrisville 

Roche.ster. 

Canajoh'rie 

New York. 

Lockport 

Clinton. 

rnmili'i'!. 

C'nandaig'a 

MiddicLoNsn 

Albion. 

SandyCreek 

Ulego. 

Carmel. 

Jamaica. 

Troy. 

Westfield. 

Haverstr'w 

Oedeiisbn u 

Waterford. 

Glenville. 

Cobleskill. 

Watkins. 

Ovid. 

Bath. 

Babyloi.'. 

Montic-ello. 

Owtgo. 

Ithaca, 

K'ngston. 

Glens Falls. 

Greenwich. 

Newark. 

White Pl'ns 

Warsaw. 

Penn Yan, 



Auburn . 
Dunkirk. 

Watertown 

Clinton. 
Goshen. 
Phoenix. 
Canton. 
Jeffers'nvle 



Daniel M.Westfall, 



Cambridge 



144 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871, 



VALUATION AND STATE TAXES OF NEW YORK. 



Counties. 



Albany 

Allegany, 

JiroDine 

Ciittnruugus, .. 

CayuKii, - 

C'luiutauqua. .. 

Clienuinj? 

Chenango, 

Clinton 

Columbia,, 

Cortland, 

Delaware, 

Dutchess, 

Erie 

Kssex 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Genesee, 

Greene 

Hamillon 

Herkimer, 

Jetlerson, 

KinKS 

Lewis 

IJving>5ion, 

Madison 

Monroe, 

Montgomery,.. 

New York, 

Niagara 

Oneida 

Onondaga, 

Ontario, 

Orango .. 

Orle.ms 

Oswego 

OLsego, 

Putnam 

Queens, „ 

Rensselaer,.... 

Kichmond, 

}lO(;kland 

Saratoga 

Schenectady, . 
Sclioharie, ... . 

Schuyler, 

Seneca 

St. Lawrence,. 

Steuben, 

Suffolk., 

Sullivan, 

Tioga 

Tompkins 

Ulster, 

Warren 

Wjvshington,.. 

Wayne 

Westchester,.. 

Wyoming, 

Yates _ 



Assesssed 
Valuation. 



Totals. 



135.345,497 

7,e79,9|'2 

6,907,9-1) 

6,016,3:{o 

16. 281, 132 

13,«iy,8!»6 

7,0()(>,4.W 

9,Olti,.5.V« 

5, 371, -."Jo 

l(>,Hli,879 

5, 310, 4.59 

7, 3(1.5.. {19 

20,927.018 

40,4(i2,8fi;{ 

4,(»0.h58 

5,0I5,(;01 

3,2()0,472 

11, 77^,291 

5,275,62« 

79«.5o0 

8,258,2(56 

12,441.. 045 

159,1 54, 4:« 

3,683. 20^5 

12,080, :«)7 

8,641, 1<;5 

23.0()«.(i24 

6,109.230 

684,140,758 

12,210,634 

14,.58l,!'49 

26,5-53 980 

14,749,920 

2 {.:«!». 3-58 

8,976,415 

12.o<'.6,4!»7 

9,5»9,<i26 

4,557,.')78 

18,274,:r)0 

21,720,013 

6,747.(527 

5,6<.)2,415 

9,582,241 

4,666,779 

4,(554,9(59 

3,194,515 

9,2«;{,0I7 

14,946,943 

12.19t,:«)5 

9.;W.5,2.57 

2,8i5.:«.=; 

4,745,717 
5,«»48.968 
10.859.402 
2,170,389 
11,906, (i:« 
13.110,491 
42,S99.9!W 
7.703,654 
6,971,6.53 



Equalized 
Valuation. 



$1,532,720,707 



140,000,000 

7,677.912 

7,250,000 

7.lKX),lXW 

17,000.0-^ 

13,819.890 

7,309,141 

10,000,000 

5, (« 0,000 

17,(i(X).0o0 

6,203.000 

7.:«J5,319 

21,475,278 

4 1,46.', 8(53 

4,6S0,8")8 

5,015.(»1 

3.(KX),0<J*i 

13,000.000 

4,. 5.50,000 

730,5.0 

7,550,(K)0 

12,446.(hJ.5 

174,278,876 

3,581,205 

14,080.307 

9,400,165 

33,06(5,624 

6.109,2% 

647.1 40, 7(5S 

13.000,0*0 

26,581,!M9 

28,a53,9S0 

15,249.240 

22,^59.3.58 

9.4;ii,415 

13. .366. 497 

11.000.000 

4,5.57,578 

18.792. r95 

22,720,013 

7,000.0'X) 

5.582.415 

10.000,000 

5,000.000 

4, (5.54, 969 

3,4(56,326 

8,2(53.017 

14,446.743 

12,191,305 

9.;«)5.2.57 

2.815.:{2.5 

4.745.717 

6,448.9(58 

10,8.59.402 

2..{:».:{s9 

VZ,0(H>.Kfl 
13.116.494 
52.0S9.!t93 
8.000,000 
6,971.653 



11,532,720,707 



|7,0(X),879 

SCO. 121 

797,186 

537,102 

4.0f.8.7!)8 

J, 78(5. 875 

1,174,606 

1,3-16.!»22 

7:)2,745 

4.a53.412 

7.5;}, 909 

1, coy, 777 

8,225,223 

431,680 

4 0,490 

7S5.5I3 

483.316 

2,511,112 

1,056,370 

10,600 

1, 5:59, 0(54 

2.681,1(50 

19,2/8,62.5 

379, (;97 

1,961,. 324 

1,828.185 

2,789,692 

•5.54 772 

281, 142! (59(1 

2,081,938 

2,166,411 

4.499.115 

3,174,7(50 

7.575.049 

1.1.50,816 

1..59S,63>< 

1,(574., 303 

1.074,. 585 

5.7li9.4.50 

V*,7%,5I5 

7l6,6;i0 

l,X-i(5,lI5 

2,(583,72.5 

5.50,301 

G;iS,882 

317.7.50 

1,422,721 

l,.>53.:iS5 

1,454,821 

2,016.700 

180,1.39 

788,822 

1,231,735 

2,498.9.53 

492,<10<; 

3,298,4(^1 

1.682.961 

7.K«.6.54 

1,151,644 

9: ) Cftj 



Aggregate. 



^184,280,278 



$47,660,879 

8,5;«.0 3 

8.047,186 

7,5.37.102 

21,068,6!)S 

15, (.06, 765 

8,483,743 

11,346,922 

5,772,745 

21,853,412 

6,!)53,90i) 

8,575,09(5 

29,6.50,511 

52,894,543 

5,131.2.58 

5,801,114 

3.483.316 

1,5.51,142 

5,(506.57(5 

747, 1(50 

9.089. 0(59 

1.5, 127, 745 

194,S57,.501 

3.962,902 

16,011,631 

11.228.3.50 

3.5.80(5.316 

(5.6(54.002 

928.283.4(54 

15,081, 9:;8 

28,748.:{(;0 

32,5.^3,0!>5 

18.421.(584 

30,414.407 

10.627, 2:f| 

14,!K.5,i:'-5 

]2,674.:«)3 

5,6.32,16:} 

24,. 56 1.645 

30,516,.598 

7,716,(5:10 

0.9I8.5.!0 

12.(»>3.725 

5,.5.50.31I 

5,293,821 

3,784,070 

9,585,733 

16,005. :{28 

i:i,738,l27 

11,431,9.57 

2.9a5,464 

5, 5.34.. 5-9 

7,680.703 

13,3(58,,^55 

2,7{W,295 

]5,215,0't6 

14,799,455 

59,928,ft52 

9,151,647 

7.887.261 



$1,967,001,185 



State Ta.x, 
1870. 



$:546.22fi 33 

(52.011 73 

.58, '546 71 

64,741 97 

1.5:!. 021 95 

li:},351 93 

6!,(il7 46 

82.412 09 

41, '.27 44 

1.58,721 :};{ 

50,C06 24 

62.280 93 

21 5. .-551 C6 

384,173 06 

:<7,2(i« 3.3 

42.i;W 49 

25,299 32 

112,(5.57 21 

40,720 56 

5,426 (52 

(56.013 91 

109.872 81 

1,409, 79i5 15 

28,782 56 

116.510 37 

81.651 50 

2(0,061 27 

48.400 05 

0,742.122 80 

109.5-10 12 

2(18.799 34 

23(5,287 87 

1:53.790 69 

220. 811 1 84 

77,185 57 

lOS.COI 78 

!2.a>3 46 

40.906 40 

178,:k»i 2:5 

221.(542 05 
.5<i,OI5 88 
50.249 2« 
90.121 89 
40.311 90 
as. 4 19 02 
27.48:} 74 
69.021 14 
J .6,246 70 
9!l.780 02 
83,0:50 :« 
21.7.56 06 
40. 197 28 
5.5,784 94 
97.0!M .36 
20.287 70 
110,. 507 24 
107,488 44 
43-5,270 80 
06,468 41 
57,285 18 



$14,28.3,082 61 



The State Tax- 



-For What Levied. 

Laws of 1870; for general purposes. 1! 



mills. 



For 8cho<?ls, 1^^ mills, per chapter 
per chapter 705, Laws of 1870; lor bounty aeoi. Jji nuns, per cimpit-r (w. •"'»";"•'';,•"; 
for new capitol. Ji mill, per chapter 70.5. Laws of 1870; for canal floating d'.bt, vinrter 
chapter 271. Laws of 18.59. i{ mill, per chapter 705. Laws of 1870; to pay aj^'Y.^!^,'*' ^^'PJ^}^' 
ers and caiuU board for 1868 and 1869, and deficiency of appropriation of 18<59. ?i ni"!- 1^^ 
ch{\pter 7(58. Laws of 1870; for new work and extra repairs, 1 mill, per chapter .(w, l^ftws 
of 1870; for Champlain canal, 1-78 mill, per ch.ipter 788, Laws of 1870. Total 7 41-156 mills. 



EVENma JOUKNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



145 



Census of tlie State of New York for the Years 1870, 1865 and 1860. 



Albany. 



Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


1860. 


Albany city : 

1st ward, 

2d ward, 

3d ward 

4th ward, 

6tliward 

6th ward 

7th ward 

8tli ward, 

9th ward 

10th ward 


10.885 
6,048 
4, 153 
3,453 
l.&Sl 
3,110 
6,545 
10.981 
10,022 
12,869 


9,620 
4,924 
4,573 
3,826 
1,888 
3,191 
5,6S8 
8,701 
8,932 
11,270 


9,1.30 

5,007 
5,541 
3,922 
2,09S 
3,278 
6,341 
8,043 
8,256 
10,751 


Total Albany c'y , 
Berne 


69,452 

2,572 
6,950 
3,077 

5,254 
3,659 
4,516 
1,934 


62,613 

2.851 
5,928 
3,2<>1 


62,367 
3,0fi5 


Bethlehem 

(Joeymans, 

echoes city: 


5,644 
3,116 


2d ward 






3d ward 

4tli ward, 














Total Cohoes city. 


15,363 

3,136 
1,656 
3,410 
2,492 
22,616 
2,384 




3,207 
1,809 
3,311 

2,745 
27,279 
. 2,497 


3,246 


Knox 


2,025 
3.W4 
3,008 
25,449 
2,692 


New Scotland, 

Rensselaerville, 

Watervliet, _ 


Westerlo, 




Total, - 


133,108 


115,504 


113,916 





Broome. 



Alfred, 


All 


egrany. 

1,.555 

794 

766 

1,684 

2,092 

1,874 

1,645 

1,481 

755 

959 

1,340 

1,869 

1,(M3 

784 

2,397 

1,540 

888 

l,a50 

l,a36 

1,920 

1,176 

1,142 

"ir636 
1,651 

745 
3,781 

SOU 

i,2a5 


1,.335 

870 

611 

1,655 

2,073 

1,812 

1,663 

1,689 

766 

1,005 

1,064 

1,948 

1,181 

879 

1,978 

1.725 

922 

l,a54 

1,038 

2,016 

1,1-26 

1.218 


1,367 
991 
578 

1 7'W 


Allen, 

Alma, 

Almond, . .. 


Amity, 


'2 2')8 










Belfast, 


1,827 


Birdsall, 


Bolivar, 

Burns, 


959 
1,064 
2 125 


Caneadea 


Centreville 

Clarksville, 

Cuba 


''.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


1,323 

865 

2, 187 

1,889 


Friendship, 















2,142 
1 199 


Independence, 


New Hudaon,. 


1,316 


Rushford, 

Scio, . 


1,680 
1,721 

8.33 
3,070 

89:i 
1,093 
1,367 


i,8;« 

l,(i3l 
877 

2,4:« 

9'>5 


Ward 


Welleville 


West Almond, 


Willing 

Wirt - 


1,23S 
1,390 






Total, 


40,834 


40,28.5 


41,881 







Cattarauffus. 



Allegany, 

Ashford 

Carroltk>n 

Cold Spring 

Conewango, 

Dayton 

East Otto 

Ellicottville, 

Farmersville,_... 
Franklinville, ... 

Freedom, 

Great Valley 

Hinsdale, „ 

Humphrey,.. 

Ischua, 

Leon, , 

Little Valley 

Lyndon, , 

Machias 

Mansfield, 

Napoli 

New Albion, 

Clean, _ 

Otto 

Perrysburgh, 

Persia,- 

Portville. « 

Randolph, 

Red House,- 

Salamanca,- 

South Valley, 

Yorkshire 

Allegany Ind. Res., 
Cattaraugus do 

Total 



2,487 
1,S06 
1,142 

835 
1,281 
1,267 
1,165 
1.864 
1,114 
1,5-56 
1,271 
1,643 
1,492 
l,0(i5 

872 
1,205 
1,109 

894 
1,170 
l,1.^5 
1,176 
1,488 
2,668 
1,0-28 
1,315 
1,220 
1,815 
2,166 

407 
1,881 

743 
1,575 



2, 151 
1,838 
1,037 
711 
1,229 
l,-247 
1,152 
l,8«r2 
1,197 
1,510 
1,.398 
1,565 
1,645 



1,310 
1,010 
1.011 
1,170 
1,217 
l,2:n 
1,6% 
2.701 
1,106 
1,4.53 
1,291 
1,6.38 
1,846 



1,670 
814 



Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


1860. 




1,.396 
2,069 

3,390 
1,790 
3,014 
3, +12 
1.097 


1,339 
10,092 


1,090 
9,919 




BJnghamion cily: 
1st ward 


2d do 






3d do 







4th do 






5th do 













Total, city 


12,733 

1,681 
3,400 
1,440 
1,499 
1,402 
2, .527 
2,a55 
1,061 

TM 

1,946 
2.538 
2.2-21 
2,958 








1,671 
3,202 
l,-262 

1,440 
2,0(56 
2,061 
972 
1.503 
3. -262 
1,875 
2,5.32 

i,m 

2,697 


1,841 
3, -250 
1,146 

i,:«9 

1,791 
l,fi09 
797 
1,345 
3.061 
1,693 
2,092 
2.211 
2,672 


Colesville 




Fenton 

Kirkwood, 


Lisle, 


Maine 


Nanticoke, 


Port Crane, 

Sand ford, ... 


Triangle, 




Vestal, 




Total, 


44,176 


37,933 


35,906 





146 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Cayueui 



Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


18(50. 


Auburn city : 

1st ward 

2d ward 

3d ward 

4th ward, 


3,519 
3,2.50 
2,884 
3, 485 
1,590 
1,830 
B75 


4,085 

2.405 
2,337 
3,740 


2,901 
2,059 
2.128 
3.898 


filh-ward, 

7th ward 










Total Auburn city, 
Atireliiis, 


17.233 

l.a52 
2,««9 
2,092 
1,822 
1,199 
2,295 
2,014 
2,217 
1,079 
2,247 
1,292 
2,169 
1,912 
1.261 
2,070 
1,164 
1,751 
2,151 
2,842 

i,o:r7 

1,315 

1,880 
1,901 


12,567 

2,470 
2.588 
2,1!'2 
1,809 
1,248 
2,362 
2,175 
2,065 
1.125 
2.366 
1,314 
1,881 
1,876 
1,2»4 
2.047 
1,203 
1,722 
2,184 
2,915 
1,112 
1,291 
1,943 
1,991 


10,986 
2,528 




2,598 


Cato 

Conquest, 


2,3.50 
1,892 
1,231 


Genoa, 


2,429 


Ledyard 


2,2;« 

2,219 


Locke 


1..325 


Mentz 


2,232 


Montezuma, 


l!439 


Moravia, 


1,917 


Niles 


2,013 




1,3.51 


Scipio, 


2,066 




1,262 


Sennett, 


1.923 




2.129 




3.008 


SumiTier Hill, 


1,194 


Throop, — 

Venice 


1,.348 
2,012 


Victory, 


2,077 


Total, 


59.524 


55,730 1 55,767 






1 



Arkwright, >..„ 

Busti 

Carroll, 

Cliarlotte,- 

Chautauqua 

Cherry Creek 

Clymer 

Dunkirk, 

Ellery 

Ellicott 

Ellington , 

French Creek. 

Gerry. 

Hanover 

Harmony 

Kiantone, 

Mina 

Poland. 

PornFret, _ 

Portland,- 

Ripley. _.., 

Sheridan, _ 

Sherman,- 

Stockton, _ 

Villenorva,- 

Westfield 

Catt'gus Ind. Res 



ChautanqiiR 

1,013 



Total,-™ 59,179 



1,846 
1,5-18 
1,683 
3,W.5 
1,359 
1,486 
6,922 
1,617 
6,671 
1,554 
975 
1,0.59 



538 
1,095 
1,418 
4,306 
1,887 
1.950 
1,0S5 
1,470 
1,642 
1,897 
3,&49 



1,116 


1,103 


1,976 


2.011 


1,454 


1,525 


1,664 


l.Tll 


2,698 


2,837 


1,.304 


1,3.59 


1,322 


1,330 


7,4.52 


5,616 


l,(i09 


1,751 


5.556 


5,112 


1,722 


1,937 


901 


968 


1,129 


1,315 


4,087 


4,254 


3,653 


3,606 


574 


.552 


1,188 


1,200 


1,.575 


1,794 


4,065 


4,293 


1,816 


1,984 


1,870 


2,013 


1,(W8 


1,716 


1,3.53 


1,394 


1,665 


1,887 


1,.503 


1,514 


3,559 


3,G40 


29 




58,. 528 


58,422 



Cheniiins:. 

Ashland I 3,017 I 1 

Baldwin 969 923 1 918 

Big Flats,- I 1,902 I 1,8911 1,8.53 



CIieimiHBr — Continued. 



Towns- 



Catlin. 

Chemung,- 

Elmira town, 

Elmira city : 

1st ward, 
2d ward, 
3d ward., 
4th ward, 
6th ward. 
6th ward,, 



Total Elmira city 



Erin 

Horseheads, 
Southport, ... 
Van Eiten,... 
Veteran, 



Total. 



1,342 

1,907 
1.190 

1,6.55 
2,788 
3,810 
2.773 
2,741 
2,102 



1.5,899 

1,393 
2,973 
2,729 
1.5.32 

2,488 



35,311 



1865. 



1,440 
l.ftiO 
1,169 

1,489 
3,898 
3,219 
2, .595 
1,929 



13,130 

1,256 
2,838 
3,412 
1,485 
2,429 



31,923 



Coliiiiibia. 



Ancram, .... 
Austerlitz... 

Caanan 

Chatham, . 
Claverack, 



Chei 

Afton 

Bainbridge, 


laneo. 

1,931 
1,794 
1,199 
1,500 

712 
3.543 
2,807 

9-26 
1.271 
2.461 
1,076 
5,623 
1,733 
3,281 
1,141 
1,124 
1,523 

957 
2,928 
1,40.5 
1,668 


1,827 
1,699 
1,273 
1,.522 

778 
3,314 
2,4J3 

9J58 
1,306 
2,459 
1,078 
4,331 
1,468 
2,996 
1,112 
1,186 
1,487 

982 
2,820 
1,6.34 
1,677 


1,770 
1,.588 


Columbus, 

Coveutry, _ 

German 


1,407 

1,671 

781 


Greene, „ 

GiiiUbrd «,.... 

Lincklaen 


3.809 
2,743 
1,094 




1,483 




2,617 
1,171 
4,356 


North Norwich 

Norwich, ~ 


Otselic, 


1,752 




3,290 


Pharsalia, „.. 

Pitcher, 


1,261 
1,276 


Plymouth, 


1,668 


Preston, 


1,013 


Sherburne, 

Smithville, _.. 


2,701 
1,6C1 
1,822 






Total, 


40,603 


38,360 


40,934 





Cll 


lUon. 

2.7.59 
2.862 
2,7.59 
3,561 
5,079 
3.206 
2,207 
1,961 
3,043 
4,fi:« 
2.631 

8,a% 

3,8.38 
1,682 


1,820 
2,694 
2,708 
3,282 
5,774 
3,381 
1,787 
1..371 
2,919 
4.202 
3.087 
7,195 
3.023 
1,871 


1,665 


Ausable 

Beekmantown, 

Black Brook . .. 


3,22T 
2,977 
3! 452 


Champlain 

Cliazv, 


5,857 
3,399 


Clinton, 

Daniiemora, 


i;91M 
1,271 




2,348 


Mooers, 

Peru 

Plattsburgh 

Saranac, .- - 

Schuyler's Falls....... 


3,926 
3,389 
6,680 
3,644 
1,»76 


Total, 


48,622 


45,713 


45,735 



1,79:1 


1,6.51 


1,443 


1.443 


1,885 


2,000 


4,376 


4,285 


3,673 


3.a53 



1,720 
1,889 
2,197 
4.163 
3,477 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



147 



Columbia — Continued. 



Town. 


1870. 


1865. 


I860. 


Clermont, 

Copttkp . ..— 


1,021 
1,847 

i,4;m 
i,:fi»7 

2. 890 
l,:i25 

2,084 

1,679 
2,409 
1,856 
2,673 


942 
1,738 
1,:W2 

1,278 
2,661 

i,m 

2,142 

1,609 
2,078 
1,828 
2,316 


968 
1,839 


Gallatin . . . 


1,5.33 




i,.?.5:j 


Ghent 


2.803 


Green port, 


1,431 


Hillsdale 


2,552 


Hud.sonclty: 

1st ward, 


1,542 




1,841 


M ward, 


l,6!i4 


4th ward, 


2,110 






Total Hudson city,.. 
Klnderhook,™ 


8,617 

4,058 
1,927 
2,132 
1,438 
2,263 
1,485 


7,831 

4,008 
1,9(M 
2,086 
1,35.5 
2.234 
1,472 


7,187 
4,331 


Livingston,- 


2,014 


New Lebanon, 


2,187 


Stockport 


1445 


Stuvvi-sunt 


2,366 


Taghkanick, 


1,717 






Total, 


47,094 


44,905 


47,172 





Cincinnatns 

Cortlandvilie,-. 

Cuyler, 

Freetown, 

Harford, 

Homer, _ 

Lapeer, 

Marathon 

Preble 

Scott 

Solon,- 

Taylor 

Truxton, 

Virgil 

Wiliett, - 



Total,. 



Cortland. 

1,15.5 
6,096 
1,360 
904 
1,004 
3,810 



1,611 
1,153 
1,083 
870 
1,0.34 
1,619 
1,892 



1,169 
5,003 
1,447 

942 

888 
3,8.56 

762 
1,485 
1,267 
1,149 

995 
1,167 

2,009 
982 



25,222 24,815 



Datcbess. 



Amenia 

Beeknian, 

Clinton,- 

Dover 

East Fishkill, 



1,218 
4,817 
1,6.53 

981 

946 
4,356 

803 
1,502 
1.^4 
1,211 
1,148 
1,265 
1,914 
2,223 

983 



26,294 



Dela 

Andes, 

Bovina, 


ware. 

2,840 
1,022 
2,6.53 
2,187 
•2,920 
.3,284 
1,762 
3,069 
1,485 
1,812 
1,738 
1,464 
3,aK 
2,190 
2,597 
1,6.58 
4,045 
3,216 


2,815 
1,146 
2,446 
2.238 
2,785 
3,1.36 
1,836 
2,9:i3 
1,446 
1,8»7 
1,700 
1.507 
.3,119 
2,3:« 
1,753 
1,5.56 
4,064 
2,926 


2,990 
1,242 


Colchester 


2,480 


Davenport, 

Delhi,. 


2,362 
2 900 


Franklin,- 


3,308 
1,851 
2,862 

1 468 

2 023 


Hamden, _ 


Hancock,- 


HarpersHeld, - 

Kortri^ht 


Masonville, 


1 684 


Meredith 


1 6.30 


Middletown, 


.3,201 


Roxbury, _ 


2,558 
L916 




Btamlord,- 


1,«.61 


Tompkins, 

Walton,- 


3,»S9 
2.740 






Total,- 

* 


42,977 


41,638 


42,465 



2.665 


2. .51 2 


1,4S9 


1,208 


1,709 


1.719 


2,279 


2,093 


2,318 


2,443 



2,288 
1,371 
1,922 

2,:m 

2,544 



Dutchess 


— Continued. 




Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


1860. 


Fishkill 


11,711 
2,691 
1,775 
2,116 
1,503 
1,760 
2,179 
1,964 
4,031 

4,a53 
3,886 
2.872 
3, .-590 
3.011 
2,936 


9,949 
2,6.54 

1817 
1,545 
2,007 
1,742 
1,339 
1,920 
3,073 

3,669 
3,467 

2,188 
2,802 
2,123 
1,824 


9,o4« 


Hyde Park 


2,749 
l,a50 
1,.522 

i,7;i5 


La Grange 

Milan. 

Northeast . 




1,743 




1,412 


Pleasant Valley, 

Pouglikeei)sie 

Pougkeepsiecity: 


2,*13 
3,122 

4.611 




2,887 


3d ward 


4,409 




2,819 


5th ward, 




6th ward 









Total city, 


20,148 

4,380 
3,740 
1,473 
1,4.34 

2,788 


16,073 

3,128 
.3,610 
2,216 
1,420 
2,719 


14,726 
3,964 




Rhinebeck, - 


3,289 


Stanford, 


2, ;«3 


Union Vale, 

Washington , 


1,502 
2,685 






Total, 


74,156 


65,192 


64,941 





Erie. 






Alden,- 


2,547 


2,520 


2,442 


Amherst, _ 


4,555 


4,575 


5,089 


Aurora, 


2,573 


2,486 


2,580 


Boston 


1,633 


1,734 


1,716 


Brandt 


1,366 


1,376 


1,097 


Buffalo city : 








1st ward 


12.967 


10,009 


8,403 


2d ward, 


8,240 


6,402 


5,524 


3d ward, 


9,425 


7,013 


5, ,345 


4th ward 


8,048 


7,7.52 


7,2.56 


6th ward, 


16,8.50 


12,741 


10.597 


6th ward 


11,951 


io,i:« 


8,385 


7th ward 


13, MO 


10.329 


8,068 


8th ward, 


7,021 


6,202 


5,932 


9th ward, 


6,a5.5 


5,8(^ 


5.360 


10th ward, 


9.060 


6.:i63 


6,314 


11th ward, 


6,743 


4,4.50 


3,969 


12th ward 


5,280 


5,i;k 


4,333 


13th ward 


2,498 


2,113 


1.643 


Total Buffalo city. 


117,778 


91,502 


81,129 


Chictawauga, - 


2,468 
3,148 


2,657 
3,610 


2.743 


Clarence 


3356 


Golden 


1,4?2 


1,386 


1.568 


Collins 


2,099 
3,181 
2.229 


2.0.>4 
2. 811 
2.128 


2,119 


Concord 


3,183 


East Hamburgh, 


2,136 




2.277 
2,828 


2.392 
2.907 


2,4.39 


Elma, 


2,091 


Evans 


2.598 


2.636 
1.229 


2,510 
954 


Grand Island, 


im 




2,a34 
1452 
4,344 

1,805 


3. 139 
1,523 
4.112 
1.030 


2.991 


Holland, 


1,538 


Lancaster ' 


4,659 
1,596 


Manila,- 


Newstead, 


3,377 


3,206 


3,162 


North Collins, 


1,628 
1,703 


1,813 
1,821 


1,948 


Sardinia, 


1,942 


Tonawanda, 


3.044 


3,040 


2,489 


Wales .. ... 


1,417 
3,194 


1,441 
3,347 


1 710 


West Seneca.- 


2,784 


Part ot Cattaraugus 












1,085 








" ' 


Total 


175,.582 


137,150 


141,971 





148 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



E8<iex. 



Towns. 


1870. 


1855. 


1860. 


Chesterfield 


2,795 
2.449 
1,494 
1,600 
2,496 

720 
1,724 

913 
4,705 

178 

349 

7:{8 

335 
1,899 
2, .591 
1,577 
1,719 

794 


2,787 
2,636 
1,592 
1,501 

4,640 
149 

.3;« 

575 
299 

2! 606 
1,687 
1,432 

803 

28,644 


3,179 
2! 2.52 


Elizabethtown, 

Kssex,„ 


1.343 
1,6;J3 


Keene;*."*.".*.'.!!!".!!.!!""! 
Lewis, 


2,514 

784 

903 




Moriiih 


3,466 

157 


Newconib, 


North Elba, 


366 


North Hudson, 

St. Arniand, 


297 
331 


Schroon, 


2,550 




2,271 




1,981 


Willsborough 


1,519 


Wilmington, 


861 


Total, 


29,076 


28,214 





Fra 

Bangor 


uklin. 

2,433 
1,619 
•1,490 
- 702 

204 
2,141 
2,971 
1.541 
1,993 

234 
2.436 
1,194 

416 
7,186 
2,068 
1,659 


2,180 
1,492 
1,689 

821 

160 
1,929 
2.843 
1,520 
1,783 

270 
2,383 
1,070 

:i05 
6,330 
1.695 
1,675 

430 


2,520 
1,376 




Bombay 


2,440 
794 






208 




2,^40 
3,183 
1,680 
1,917 
279 


Chateaugay, 


Constable, 

Dickinson, 


Duane, 


Fort Covington 

Franklin 


2,757 

i,ia5 




340 


Malone,_ 


6,5(>5 


Moira,_ 


1,798 


Westville, 


1,635 


St. Regis Ind. Res,,.. 








Total, 


30,287 


28,575 


30,837 





Fu 

Bleecker 

Broadalbin, 


Iton. 

970 
2,493 

828 
2,207 
12,273 
2,J.30 
1,927 
1,951 
1,013 
1,164 


993 
2,335 

6:u 

2,183 
9,8ft5 
2.280 
1,903 
2,213 
l,a53 
1,110 


1,062 

2,534 

629 


Caroga 


Ephratah,_ 

Johnstown, . 


2.202 
8,811 
2,367 


MayHeld 




l,ii37 


Oppenheim 

Perth 


2,. 363 
1 085 


Stratford, 


1,172 


Total, 


27,a56 


24,512 


24,162 





Genesee. 



Alabama. .. 
Alexander,. 

Batavia 

Bergen 

Bethany 

Byron 

Darien 

Elba 

LeRoy 

Oakfield, _. 
Pavillion. ., 
Pembroke, . 



1,805 


1,8.39 


1,605 


1,828 


6,560 


6,001 


l,«r7 


1,908 


1,054 


1,734 


1,734 


1,&45 


2,a55 


2.163 


1.906 


2.044 


4,640 


4,304 


1.473 
! 1.614 
1 2,810 


1,511 
1.611 
2.825 1 



Geuesee — Continued. 



Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


186a 


Stafford 

Tonawanda Ind. R.. 


1,847 


1,798 
509 


i,077 


Total, 


31,700 


31,728 


32,189 



Hamilton. 



Arietta 

Benson, 

Hope, 

Indian Lake 

Lake Pleasant, 

Long Lake 

Morehouse, ».... 

Wells 



Total, 



2,061 

1,801 

5.87r, 

2.008 Adams. 

1,897 Alexandria. 

1,864 Antwerp, 

2,143 Brown ville, 

2,040 Cape Vincent, 

4,247 Champion, 

1,.597 I Clayton 

1.7-23 I Kllisburgh.. 

2,a55 I Henderson, 



JeffevHon, 



3,348 


3.418 


3.102 


3.614 


3,311 


3.K« 


3,219 


3.495 


3,3.54 


3,479 


2.1.53 


2,062 


4.082 


4,446 


4.822 


5,286 


1,927 


1,962 



Gr 


eene. 

992 
2,942 
2,273 
7,677 
3.8;i0 
2,2.57 
2,a53 

426 
1,523 
1,107 
1,361 
2,617 
1,241 
1,486 


1,080 
2,978 
2,343 
6,679 
3,561 
2,412 
2,246 
436 
1.641 
1,110 
1..520 
2,629 
1.484 
1,591 


1,212 




2:791 


Cairo, 

Catskill, 


2.479 
6,275 




3,661 




2,0.58 


Greenville, 


2.-J(W 




.504 


Hunt«!r, „ 

.Tewett 


1! 145 




1,6.57 


New Baltimore, 

Prattsville 


2,512 
1,511 


Windham, 


1,659 






Total,- 


31,785 


31,710 


31,930 







139 


82 


98 


320 


315 


380 


698 


621 


745 


202 


174 


256 


318 


280 


356 


280 


270 


223 


186 


219 


228 


817 


692 


738 


2,960 


2,653 


3,024 



Her 


timer. 

J, 635 
1,325 
1,6.53 
3,066 
5.718 
2,9.55 
1,.384 
5,612 
2,000 
1,954 
1,117 
1,010 
2,220 
1,993 
1,5.58 
1,541 
1,503 
191 
1,561 


1,7.32 
1,343 
1,649 
3,087 
5,074 
2,922 
1,397 
5,588 

i,a<i 

1,983 
1,080 

928 
2,0.'» 
2,123 
1,.589 
1,522 
1.611 

148 
1,.517 


l,f^93 


Danube 


1,711 


Fairfield, 


1,712 


Prankfort. 


3,247 


German Flats, . . . . 


3.!M0 




2,804 


Litclifield 


1.520 


Little Falls 


5,989 


Manheim 

Newport 

Norway 


1,868 
2,113 
1.105 
1,1*5 




2. .389 


Salisbury, 

Schuyler 

Stark 

Warren 


2,3i5 
1,715 
1,543 

1,812 


Wilmurt 


260 


Winfield 


1,480 






Total, 


39,936 


39,154 


40,561 







JefTersou 


-Continued. 




Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


1860. 


Hoiinsfield, 

Lellay 

Lorraine, 

Lyme, « 

Orleans, 

Painelia, 


2,6.17 
2.862 
1,3AS 
2,4(55 
2,44=) 
l,-292 
1,679 
l,59i» 
1,903 
2,3&4 
1,377 

2,095 
i:907 
2,221 
3,116 


2.754 
2,986 
1.580 
2,377 
2,791 
2,492 
1,715 
1,654 
1,964 
2,515 
8,194 


8,339 
3,159 

1,687 
2,702 
2.934 
2,789 


Philadelphia,.. 


1,790 

1,808 


Hutluiid « 


2,097 




2,628 


W-»ff»rf-nwn 


7,567 


Watertowncity: 




.1^ ,' 












4tliward, 







Total SVaterfnc'y 


9,339 

4.060 
727 






3,921 
611 


3,662 


Worth, 


6.34 


Total ^ 


65,455 


66,448 


69,825 



Kinge. 



Brooklyn city : 

1st ward,.... 

2d ward 

3d ward,.... 

4th ward,.... 

5th ward,.... 

6th ward 

7th ward,.... 

8th ward,.... 

9th ward,.... 
10th ward,.... 
llth ward,.... 

12th ward 

13th ward,..., 
14th ward,..., 
l.Sth ward,.... 
16th ward,... 
I7th ward,... 
18th ward,... 
19th ward,... 
2iHh ward,... 
2lst ward,... 

2il ward,... 



Total Brooklyn, 



Flatbush, 

Flatlands. 

Gravesend, _.. 

New IvOts, 

New Utrecht,. 

Total, _ 



6,481 
9,118 
9,984 
12.116 
20,490 
28,300 
22, 316 
9,603 
15,277 
34,613 
21,243 
18,. 305 
18,711 
20,649 
18,402 
26,478 
17,391 
11,608 
16,324 
19, 173 
27,915 
11,8*3 



396,:500 

6,312 
2,286 
2, 131 
9,805 
3.298 



11,506 
17,820 
26,407 
15,968 
. 9,829 
2:i,443 
28,668 
18,242 
13,085 
17,791 
15,425 
11,449 
24,. 379 
10,234 
6,053 
8,05.5 
13,980 



420,292 



6,967 
9,817 
10,084 
11,766 
17,400 
27,710 
12,096 
9,190 
17,343 
2.5,258 
28,851 
11,083 
17,a58 
15,475 
10,566 
21,181 
7,934 
4,316 



^,778 
1,904 
1,627 
5.009 
3,394 



310,824 



3,471 
1,652 
1,286 
3,271 
2,781 



lie^vls. 



Croghan, - 

Denmark, 

Diana,- 

GreiR, 

Harrisburgh,.. 
High market, .. 

Lewis,-.... 

Leyden 

Lowville,- 

Martinsburgh, 

Montague, 

New Bremen, 



2,4:«5 


2,146 


2,109 




1.779 


1.645 


2,671 


1,946 


l.OUO 


1,2.38 


1,051 


1,1.30 


1,2.53 


1,259 


2,019 


1,828 


2,808 


2,574 


2,282 


2,480 


718 


G43 


1,911 


l,-6fi 



2.0.%5 
2,. 5.59 
1.483 
1.73;} 
1,3:« 
1,170 
1,407 
l,a59 
2..'J73 
2,855 
707 
1,786 



Lewia — 


nontlnued. 






Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


1860. 


Pinckney, 

Turin 

Wat.son," -.. 

West Turin, 


688 
1,1.50 
1,493 
1,146 
2,114 


712 

1,291 

1,683 

949 

2,128 


595 
1,393 
1,849 
1,028 
2,410 






Total, 


28,751 


27,840 


28,580 







Livingston 

3,o:« 



Avon, 

Caledonia, 

Conesus, 

Geneseo, 

Groveland, _ 

Leicester, _ 

Lima 

Livonia 

Mount Morris.,., 
North Dansville 

Nunda, 

Ossian, 

Portage, 

Sparta 

Springwater, 

West Sparta, „..., 
York 



Total, 38,321 



1,813 
1,362 
3,o:« 
1,451 
1,744 
2,913 
2,706 
3,879 
4,015 
2,688 
l,l(a 
1,3,37 

i,ite 

2,184 
1,244 
2,564 



2,9.30 
1,725 
1,*16 
3,C01 
l,4:iO 
1,651 
2,925 
2.6a5 
3,770 
3,721 
2,843 
884 
1,407 
1,183 
2,227 
1,383 
2, .521 



37,555 



Brookfield, 

Cazenovia, 

De Ruyter, 

Eaton, 

Fenner, 

Georgetown, 

Hamilton, 

Lebanon, - 

Lenox, 

Madison, 

JJelson 

Smithfield, 

Stockbridge, .... 

Sullivan 

Oneida Indians, 

Total, 



niadison. 

3,569 
4,269 
2,009 
3,690 
l,;i,S3 
1,424 
3,690 
1,565 
9,8;i7 
2,404 
1,730 
1,227 
1,847 
4,949 



8,. 593 
4,157 
1,8-20 
3,861 
1,387 
1,479 
3,434 
1,5.57 
8,456 
2,414 
1.717 
1,366 
1,925 
5,340 
101 



,593 42,607 



Monroei 



Brighton 

Chili 

Clarkson, 

Gates. 

Greece 

Henrietta, 

Hamlin- 

Irondequoit, 

Mendon, 

Ogden 

Parma 

Pentield 

Perrinton, 

Plttsford 

Riga 

RochesU'r city : 
Ist ward,. 
2d ward,. 
3d ward,, 
4th ward, 
Mh ward. 
6th ward. 



2,910 
2,014 
1,443 

3,002 
1,565 
2,008 
2,782 
2,593 
,3,963 
3,7;« 
2,849 
1,269 
1,519 
1,248 
2,. 399 
1,501 
2,743 



39,546 



8,729 
4,343 

1,817 
3,871 
1,649 
1,476 
3,894 
1,678 
8,024 
2, 4. -7 
1,797 
1,509 
2,068 
5,2:« 



roe. 




4,308 


8,590 


2,367 


2,242 


1,884 


1,*43 


3,541 


2,783 


4,314 


4,400 


2,2.80 


2,207 


2,304 


2,392 


3,991 


3,420 


2,900 


2;791 


2.913 


2.869 


2,9.36 


2,928 


3,059 


3,261 


3,219 


1,974. 


2,029 


2,133 


2,141 


2, .315 


2.220 


3. 680 


3,468 


4,9<n 


4,820 


.^.497 


3,236 


5,718 


4,616 


4,(M8 


3,613 



8,138 
2,205 
2,093 
2,710 
4,147 
2,249 
2,466 
3,547 
2,9:16 
2.712 
2,904 
3,210 
3,015 
2,028 
2,177 

2,474 
3.736 
4,779 
3,180 
4,594 
6,054 



150 



EVENLNG JOURNAL AJMA^AO, 1871. 



Monroe ' 


- ContiDued. 




Towus. 


1870. 


1865. 


1860. 


7th ward, 

{. 8th ward, 

9th ward, 

lOlh ward, 

llth ward, 

12th waid 


3,446 
6,757 
5,949 
3,311 
5,'il9 
4,451 
5,ft51 
3,991 


2,605 
4,4HO 
5,084 

2,7:e 

4,300 
3,245 
3,228 
3,293 


2,274 
4,440 
4,601 
5,498 
3,684 
2,890 


14th ward. . 









Total Rochester,... 
Hush 


62,424 

l,ft55 

4,600 
2,749 
2,593 


50,940 

1,708 
4,126 
2,775 
2, 675 

104,235 


48,204 

1,613 
4,045 
2,650 
2,560 




Webster, 


Wheatland, 




Total, 


117,988 


100,648 





Montiromery. 



Amsterdam,... 
Canajoharie, ... 

Charleston 

Fhjrida, „ 

Glen 

Minden,- 

Mohawk, 

Palatine, 

Root 

St. Johnsville, 



Total, 



34,510 



5,135 


4,557 


4,'m 


4,i:« 


1,687 


1,837 


2,885 


2,991 


2,737 


2,884 


4,6;^7 


4,412 


2.948 


3,1.36 


2.561 


2,6a5 


2,456 


2,622 


2,153 


1,688 



31,447 



30,866 



New 


York. 






few York city : 








1st ward, 


15, 185 


9,852 


18,148 


2d ward 


1,005 


1,194 


2,506 


3d ward, 


5,643 


3,367 


3,757 


4th ward, 


23,540 


17,3-52 


21,994 


5th ward, 


16,421 


18,205 


22, .337 


6th ward, 


21,2r2 


19,754 


29.696 


7th ward 


44,621 


36,%-2 


39,982 


8lh ward, 


a3,as9 


30,098 


39,406 


9th ward 


46,792 


38,504 


44,38.1 


10th ward 


41.256 


31,537 


29,004 


llth ward 


66,224 


58,ai3 


59, .571 


12th ward, 


48,026 


28,259 


30,6.51 


13th ward, 


32,950 


26,388 


32,917 


14th ward, 


29,fiiH 


23,382 


28,080 


15th ward 


25,889 


25,572 


27,587 


16th ward, 


45,451 


41,972 


45,176 


17th ward 


98,350 


79,563 


72,9.W 


18th ward,..-.... 


60,631 


47,613 


57,462 


19th ward 


80,401 


39,!M5 


32,795 


20th ward, 


70,801 


61,884 


67,519 


21'^t ward, 


50,898 


:»,6<i9 


49.017 


22d ward, 


66,9:{3 
434 


47,361 


61,725 








Total .. . 


926,341 


726,;J86 


813,669 







Nifi 

Cambria, „ 


Ltrarn. 

2,145 
3,226 
2,961 
3,033 

3.631 
2.7*1 
3,9:58 
2, 125 


2,115 
3,445 
2,993 
13,937 


2,308 




3,2.56 


Lewiston, ^. 


3,379 
13,623 


Lockport city : 










3d ward 

4th ward . 
















Total Lockp't city. 


12,428 







Niagara — Continued. 



Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


1860. 


- 
Newfane, 


3,097 
6,M7 
l,7;»i 
2,a>7 
4,729 

i,m 

3,407 
2,993 


3,246 
6,186 
1,7.31 
2,366 
4,691 
1,787 
3,517 
3,264 
372 

49,655 


3,.%3 
6,603 

i,a3;j 

2 'iHS 


Niagara, 


Pendleton, 

Porter, 


Royalton,- 

Somerset, „... 


4,793 
2,i:i2 
8,484 
3,372 


Wheatfieid 

Wilson... . 










Total, 


50,522 


50,389 





On 

Annsville .. . 


eida. 

2,716 
2,067 
1,160 
4,106 
1,26» 
3,688 
2,049 


2,685 
2,061 
1,121 
4,228 
1,2.52 
3,.5:J3 
2,071 
2,467 
1,227 

"47644 
2,714 
1,517 
2.141 
3,654 
3.595 
2,650 
9,478 


2,8.37 




2.213 


Ava,. 


1,260 




4,212 


Bridgewater, 


1,261 


Camden 


3,187 


Deerfjeld 


2,249 


Florence,- 

Flovd 


2,300 
1,209 
1,276 
4,912 
2,666 
1,451 
2,145 

4,o;?7 

3,631 
1,184 

1,196 
2.141 
2,724 
1,803 
3,136 


2,802 
1,440 


Foresiport 




Kirkland 


4,18.5 


Lee 


2,796 


Marcy 

Marshall 

New Hartford 

Paris 


1,687 
2,1.34 
4,:^ft5 
3,762 


Remsen, 


2,670 


Rome 

Rome city: 

1st ward 

2d ward 


9,830 






3d ward, 

4th ward 




















Total Rome city,... 
Sanger field, 


11,000 

2,513 
1,2.56 
3,156 

1,329 
3,380 
4,037 
3,866 

2,.5:« 

1,938 
4,580 
2,454 
4,681 


2.357 
1,416 
3,199 

i,3a> 

2,7.i3 
3,190 
3,667 
3,246 
5,527 
4,014 




2,.U3 




1,.541 


Trenton 


3, .504 


Utica city : 

1st ward, 

2d ward, 

.3d ward, 

4th ward, 

5th ward, 

6th ward 

7lh ward 

8th ward 


1,431 
2,695 
3,388 
3,674 
3,096 
4,839 
3,40G 


9th ward 













Total Utica city,... 


28,798 

2,8.39 
5,757 
3,182 
2:424 
2,952 
4,389 


23,686 

2,931 
5,964 
,3,408 
2,3.52 
2.978 
3,984 


22,529 
2,908 


Verona, '. 


5,967 


Vienna 


3! 460 


We.stern, 


2 497 


Westmoreland, 

W^hitostown, 


.3,166 
4,:iG7 






Total 


110,081 


102,713 


105,202 







Camillns,-... 

Cicero, 

Clay 

De Witt, 

Blbrid£?e, 

Fabins, 



Onondatra 



2,422 


2, .5.52 


2,90;i 


3.166 


3,1.56 


3.069 


3,10s 


3,001 


3.802 


4,318 


2,047 


2,201 



KVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



151 



Onondaeu — Oontinuwl. 


Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


1860. 


Oeddes, 

Lalayette, 

Iivsaiider 


4,506 
2,233 
4,JM4 
5,8*3 

2,:«7 

5.542 
1,602 

2;«»!<« 
4.529 
1,595 

4,075 

7,oa5 

2,988 
7,0.32 
6,341 
4,115 
7.017 
4,418 


3,246 
2,397 
4.813 
6,276 
2,577 
5,312 
1,696 
3,502 
2.754 
4,128 
1,566 

3.870 
4,«51 
2.473 
4,880 
3,749 
3,514 
5.627 
3,010 


2,528 
2,537 
4,741 


Manlius - 

parcel lus, 

Onondaga, 


6.028 
2,908 
5,113 


Otisco._ 


1,848 




3,9.31 




2,4(X» 


Skaneatelea — ... 

Spafford, 


4, 3.3.5 
1,814 


Syracuse city : 

1st ward 

2d ward, 

3d ward 

4th ward, 

5th wiird, 

6th ward, 

7th ward 

8th ward, 


3,468 
4,016 
2,269 
4,292 
2.680 
3,817 
5,136 
2,441 


Total Syracuse,-... 
TuUy 


43,081 

1,560 
3,039 


31,784 

1,583 

3,031 

860 


28,119 
1,690 


Van Buren,_ 

Onondaga Ind. Res., 


3,037 




Total, - 


104,014 


93,332 


90,686 







Ontario. 



Bristol, 

Canadice, _ . 

Canandaigua 

Eiist Bloom field,-... 

Farmington, 

Gorham 

Hopewell 

Manchester, 

Naple.s, _ 

Phelps, 

Richmond, 

Seneca, „... 

South Bristol.- : 

Victor 

West Bloomfield, ... 

Total, _ „.. 



1,551 

905 

7,380 

2, aw 

1,899 
2,389 
1,864 
3,545 
2,188 

5,i;« 

1,622 
9,188 
1,218 
2,440 
l.ftil 



1,637 
889 
7,121 
2, 177 
1,773 
2,341 
1.788 
.3,2:« 
2,028 
5.200 
1,4.54 
8,. 553 
1,162 
2,371 
1,584 



43,316 



Oranffe. 

Blooming Grove^ 

Chester, t 

Cornwall,- 

Crawford _ 

Deerpark,- 

Ooslien 

Greenville, _ 

Hamptonburgh,... 

Minisink, 

Monroe 

Montfcomery,- 

Mount Hope,- 

Newhurt^h, , 

Newburj;h city : 

1st ward,..,, 

2d ward,.., 

Sd ward,..., 

4th ward,.... 



Total Newburgh,, 
New Windsor, 



2,504 


2,404 


2,113 


1,982 


6,030 


4,610 


2,021 


2,014 


9,387 


7,417 


3.903 


3,393 


1,123 


1,147 


1,224 


1,212 


1,412 


1,209 


4,6t)6 


4,7-22 


4,. 533 


3,627 


1,742 


1,977 


3,5^12 


17,339 


5.062 




5,322 




3,1-23 
3,514 









17,021 




2,491 


2,697 



1,657 
1,026 
7,075 
2,163 
1,8.58 
2,537 
1.970 
8.280 
2,067 
5,586 
1,6-50 
8,448 
1,216 
2,404 
1,646 



44,. 563 



2,24« 
1,849 
4,800 
2,003 
S,1S6 
3,480 
1,198 
1,295 
1,266 
3.975 
3,973 
1,575 
15,196 



2,452 



Oranve — Continued. 



Wallklll,... 

Warwick, 

Wawaj'anda, , 

Total, 



1870. 1865. 1860. 



9,477 

5.736 
1,901 



Orleans. 



Barre, 

Carlton, 

Clarendon,. 

Gaines 

Kendall,.... 

Murray 

Ridgeway, . 
Shelby........ 

Yates, 



Total, 



OsweKo. 



Albion, 

Amboy, 

Boylston, _ 

Constantia, - 

Grauby 

Hannibal,- 

Ha.stings, - „.. 

Mexico 

New Haven, 

Orwell, 

Oswego 

Oswego city : 

l3t ward, 

2tl ward,. 

3d ward,. 

4th ward,. 

5th ward,. 

6th ward.. 

7th ward,. 

8th ward,. 



Total Oswego citj- 



Palermo 

Parish 

RedHeld, 

Richland,- 

Sandy Creek. .. 

Schroeppel, 

Scriba 

Volney. 

West Monroe, 
Williamstown. 



Total,.. 



Burlington, 

Butternuts, 

(;herry Valley, 

Decatur, 

Edme.ston, 

Exeter, 

Hart wick, 

Lanrens , 

Maryland. 

Middlefteld, 

Milford, 

Morris 

New L(isbon 

Oneonta, 



2,. 365 
1,431 
1,0-56 
3,445 
3.972 
3.244 
3.061 
3.804 
1.776 
1.215 
3,035 

4,0.32 
2,308 
3.371 
2.771 
2,394 
2,:J52 
1.353 
2.:i57 



20,938 



78,026 



OtBCKO. 



1,476 
2,176 
2, .338 
802 
1,74.5 
1,256 
2,343 
1.919 
2.402 
2,878 
2.301 
2,2-53 
1,545 
2,568 



7,382 
5,077 
1,906 



70,165 



6,756 


6,845 


7,228 


2,347 


2,461 


2,447 


1,671 


1.800 


1,831 


2,196 


2.355 


2,542 


1.746 


1,873 


1,920 


2,601 


2,616 


2,612 


6,098 


5,. 328 


4,706 


3,367 


3,203 


3,326 


2,020 


2,122 


2,105 


27,802 


28,603 


28,717 



2,368 
1,423 
960 
3,517 
3,9.56 
3.322 , 
3.005 I 
3.82S 
1,948 
1,427 
2,913 

4,475 

6^004 
4,912 



19,288 
2,219 


16,816 
2,098 


1,814 


2,0--'7 


1,072 


1,087 


4,137 


4,128 


2, 42:i 


2,431 


3.669 


4,041 


3,215 


3,282 


6,472 


8,04? 


1,278 


1,416 


1,948 


1,114 


76,200 


75,958 



2,245 
2,3S4 
a53 
1,793 
1,445 
2,248 
1.S85 
2.197 
2,690 
2.208 
2,191 
1.049 
2.363 



152 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Otsesro — Continaed. 



Towns. 


1870. 


1863. 


1860. 




2,052 
4,fi05 
l,4fl8 
1,248 
1,831 
1,590 
2,022 
2,556 
1,300 
2,327 


1,883 

4,292 
1,444 
1,283 
1,«J65 
1,719 
2,291 
2,685 
1,282 
2,231 


1,957 


Otseg(» 


4,303 


Pittstield, 


1,480 
1,3-54 


Plainfield 


Richfield 


1,648 
1,870 


Sprinatlield, „ 


2 :190 


Utiadilla 


2,702 
1,382 
2,154 


West/ord,„ 


Worcester, 




Total, - 


48,998 


48,616 


50,157 



Fntnam. 



Carmel, 

Kent 

Patterson 

Phillipstown, 

Putnam Valley, 
Southea.st, 



Total,, 



2,794 
1,544 
1,403 
5,117 

1,568 
2,980 


2,240 
1,473 
1,476 
5,4;« 
1,622 
2,598 


15,406 


14,845 



2,559 
1.479 
1,501 
4,526 
1,587 
2,350 



14,002 



Flushing, 

Hempstead, 

Jamaica 

Newtown.*- 

North Hempstead,, 
Oyster Bay, 



Total, 



Queens. 

14,673 
13.999 

7,744 
20,287 

6,541 
10,603 



73,847 



10,813 
11,764 



5,3a5 
9.417 



57,997 



10,189 
12.375 
6,515 
13,725 
5,419 
9,168 



57,391 



» Includes L I. city, with its five wards. 



Rensselaer. 

Berlin 2,088 

Brunswick 3,130 

Ea.stGreenbush, 1,846 

Grafton 1,601 

Greenbush 6,202 

Hoosick, 5,728 

Lansingburgh, 6,802 

Nassau 2,705 

North Greenbush,... 3,a59 

Petersburgh, 1,732 

Pittstown 4,094 

Poestenkill, 1,769 

Sandl.ike 2,671 

Schaghticoke 3,126 

8chodack 4,444 

Stephentown 2,133 

Troy city :* 

Ist ward 3,780 

2d ward, 4,141 

3d ward 2,214 

4th ward 3,785 

0th ward, 3,607 

6th ward, 3,900 

7th ward 5,166 

8th ward 7.131 

9th ward, 6,4;» 

10th ward 6,258 



Total Troy city,.. 
Total , 



2.149 
3,175 
1,663 
1,673 
4,779 
4,783 
6,072 
2,894 
2,575 
1,670 
3,831 
1,9.52 
2,606 
3,054 
4,015 
2.026 

3,920 
4.606 
1.9.52 
3.164 
2.869 
3. 124 
4,923 
5,3{»9 
4,723 
4,613 



39,293 



88,210 



2,223 
3,110 
1,(07 
1,8."?7 
3,992 
4,446 
5,577 

2,170 
1,698 
3,826 
1,8:« 
2. .502 
2,9-29 
3,993 
2.311 

4,273 
4,9.58 
2,699 
4,749 
2,964 
2,926 
4,309 
5.0-56 
3,943 
3,378 



39,235 



86,328 



* Three additional wards created bv Leg- 
islature of 1870, from 8th, 9th and 10th wards. 



Richmond* 



Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


1860. 




9,619 

7,639 
6,949 
5,0o2 
4,905 


7,683 
6,866 
6.201 
4,407 
4,052 


6,778 
6.243 
4.841 
3.645 
3,985 


Middletown, 


Northfield 


Soutlifield 


Westfield 




Total, .. 


33,044 


28,209 


25,492 





Rockland. 



Clarkstown, . 
Haverstraw,. 
Orangetown,. 

Raniapo 

Stony Point, 

Total, 



4,138 
6,412 
6,810 
4,649 
3,207 


4,023 
4,113 

6.i:« 
4,m 

2,186 


3,874 
8,123 
7,060 
3,435 




25,216 


20,788 


22,492 



St. liawrence. 



Brasher, 

Canton, _ 

Cliilon, 

Colton 

DeKalb 

De Peyster «... 

Edwards, 

Fine 

Fowler 

Gouverneur,_ 

Hammond,- 

Hermon, 

Hopkinton, 

Lawrence, 

Lisbon 

Louisville 

Macomb, „... 

Madrid 

Ma-ssena, '. 

Morristown, 

Norfolk 

Ogdensburg city: 

1st ward, 

2d ward, 

3d ward 



Total Ogdensb'gc'y 



Oswegat<;hie, 

Parishville, 

Pierrepont, 

Pitcairn, 

Potsdam 

Rossie , 

Russell , 

Stockholm 

Waddington, .... 



Total, 



10, 118 

3,019 
2,241 
2,301 

677 
7,78.5 
1,661 
2,690 
3.858 



3,348 
5,964 



1,481 
3, 102 
1,187 
1,180 
487 
1,748 
2.915 
1,819 
1,667 
1,941 
2,719 
5,078 
2.2.?7 
1,788 
2,109 
2,741 
1,881 
1,876 



84,881 80.994 



Saratoga. 



Ballston 

Charlton 

Clifton Park 

Corinth, 

Day 

Kdniburgh,... 

Galway 

Greenfield, ... 

Hadley 

Halfmoon,.... 
Malta, 



2,1W) 


2,089 


1,60S 


1..589 


2.6.57 


2,712 


1,500 


1,491 


1,126 


1,185 


1.4a5 


1,S.57 


2.174 


2.20-2 


2.698 


2.891 


1.040 


1.067 


3.091 


3,032 


1,213 


1,190 



EVENINa JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



153 



Maratoara — Continued. 



Town. 


1870. 


1865. 


I860. 


Milton 

Moreau,- • 

Nortliumberland, ... 

Providence, 

Saratoga, 

Saratoga Springs,. .. 

Stiilwatt-r 

Waterford, 


4. we 

2,2.58 
1,«55 
1,1.58 
4,a52 
8,539 
S,405 
3.C06 
l,'2SH 


4,923 
2,279 
l,7ft5 
1.295 
3,730 
7,307 
3. 087 
3,399 
1.362 


5,254 

2,210 
1,«6« 
1,443 
3.843 
7,496 
3,238 
3,200 


Wiitou, 




Total,...- 


51,51S 


49,892 


51,729 



Schenectady. 



Duanesburgh, 

Glenville, 

Niskayuna,- 

Princetown, 

Rotterdam 

Schenectady city : 

1st ward,.... 

2d ward,.... 

3d ward,.... 

4th ward 

6th WHfd,.... 



Total city. 
Total, _ 



3,012 
2,973 
l,10o 
846 
2,356 

1,432 
1,515 
2,753 
2,931 
2,345 



11.0-26 



21,348 



3,038 
845 
931 

2,290 

1,443 
1.5C2 
2,59-i 



20.888 



Blenheim, 

Broome, 

Carlisle 

Cobleskill, 

Cones ville 

Ksperance, _ 

Fulton, _ 

Gilboa 

Jefferson 

Middleburgh 

Rlchmondville, 

Schoharie, 

Seward, _ 

Sharon 

Summit, 

Wright, 



Total. -. 



Schobnrie. 

1,437 
1,836 
1,731 
2,845 
1,314 
1,277 
2,700 
2,222 
1,713 
3,181 
2,307 
3,207 
1,766 
2,646 
1,632 
1,525 



33,353 



Catharine, 

Cayuta, 

Dix 

Hector, 

Montour,... 

Orange 

Beading, ... 
Tyrone, >... 



Schuyler. 

i,6:m 

fr}5 
4,286 
4,913 
1,831 
l,ft<J2 
1,751 
1,993 



Total, , 



19,019 



1,622 
636 
3,432 
5,048 
1,854 
2,094 
1,682 
2,073 



Scueca. 



Covert 

Fayette 

Junius, _., 

Lodi 

Ovid, 

Romulus, _ „., 

Seneca Falls, 



2,240 
3,3^->2 
1,423 
1,8-24 
2,403 



2,261 
3, .509 
1,4-12 
1,892 
2.382 
1.973 
6,190 



3,222 

3,192 

789 

996 

2,2:M 

1,585 
1,522 
2,334 
2,346 
1.792 



9.589 



20,002 



1.199 


1,367 


l,%-9 


2,182 


1.700 


1,760 


2.439 


2,i57 


1.359 


1,478 


1,383 


1,409 


2,808 


2,944 


2,385 


2,541 


1,718 


1,716 


3,267 


3,-2.59 


3,272 


2,0-23 


3,155 


3,090 


1,692 


1,948 


2,601 


2,7.54 


1,818 


1.9-24 


1,588 


1,717 



Seneca— Continued, 



Towns. 



3,688 

7as 

2,908 
5,023 

"i','?M 
1,4.53 
2,096 



Tyre 

■Varick 

Waterloo,- 

Total 



2,410 
3.742 
1,316 
2,067 
2. -5.% 
2,170 
5.9<)0 



1,282 
1,740 
4,477 



1,348 
1,833 
4.523 



Steuben. 



Addison, 

Avoca, 

Bath 

Bradford, 

Cameron.- 

Campbell, 

Caiiisteo, 

Caton. 

Cohocton,- 

Corning,- ; 

Dansville,- , 

Erwin , 

Fremont, 

Greenwood.-.. 

Hartsville, 

Hornby, 

Hornellsville,. 

Howard, 

Jasper, „... 

Lindley, 

Prattsburgh, .. 

Pultney, 

Rathbone, 

Savona 

Thurston 

Troupsburgh, 

Tuscarora, 

Urbaiia, 

Wayland, _ 

Wavne 

West Union,.. 

Wheeler, 

WoodhuU, 



Total, 67,716 



Suflblk. 



Brookhaven 

East Hampton,-. 

Huntington, 

Islip, 

River Head, 

Shelter Island, -. 

Smithtovvn 

Southampton 

.Southold, _ 



Total, . 



10,188 
2,351 

10,7:« 
4.. 597 
3.459 
6-15 
2.1.36 
6,136 
6,715 



46,960 



10, 1.59 
2,311 
7.809 
4.243 
3,226 
570 
2,0S5 
6,194 
6, -272 



42,869 



Sullivan. 



1,437 
1,»W 
4,594 



28,i:{8 



Bethel 

Cochocton, 

Callicoon,- 

Delaware, 

Fallsburgh.-... 
Forrestburgh. 

Fremont 

Highland, 

Liberty.- 

Lumberland, „ 
Mamakating,- 
Neversink, 



2.218 


1,819 


1,715 


1,743 


1,8.53 


1,83.5 


6, •246 


6,247 


5,129 


1,030 


1,163 


1,211 


i,3;« 


l,4:i9 


1,569 


1,989 


1,794 


1.622 


2,435 


2,132 


2,3;i7 


1,515 


1,5^13 


1,550 


2,710 


2,614 


2,532 


6,. 50.5 


6,724 


6,<03 


1,990 


1,930 


2,187 


1,977 


1.982 


1,8.59 


1,119 


1,011 


1.117 


i,.39o 


1,163 


1,306 


993 


99.5 


1,154 


1,202 


1,193 


1,291 


5,837 


5,338 


4,2:W 


2,1-22 


2,373 


2,74o 


1,684 


1,678 


1,8.50 


1,251 


940 


8S6 


2,479 


2,606 


2,790 


l.:»3 


1,387 


1,470 


1,357 


1,464 


1,381 






1,394 


1,215 


1,176 


1,100 


2,281 


2,100 


2,09«! 


1,.528 


1,5-23 


1,566 


2,081 


1,711 


1,983 


2,555 


2.G-21 


2,809 


891 


814 


944 


1,264 


l,;i82 


1,392 


1,330 


1,297 


1,37(> 


1,997 


2,130 


2,207 


67,716 


66,192 


66,690 



9,933 
2,26 
8,92 1 
3,345 
3,044 
506 
2,130 
6,803 
5,833 



43,275 



2.736 


2,817 


1.480 


3,076 


2.764 


2,782 


1.9S8 




3.211 


3,271 


016 


862 


2.220 


1,967 


9.53 


925 


3.392 


2,8.5-5 


1.0&5 


1,0-26 


4,8.S6 


4,222 


2,439 


2,^2 



2,8.54 
3,174 
2,771 

'3",*3i« 
911 

1,728 
993 

3,016 
970 

3,8-28 

2,486 



164 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



Sullivan — Continued. 



Towns. 



Bockland, 
Thompson 
Tusten, 

Total, 



3,517 
1,028 



32,610 



1,709 

3,713 

974 



Tiosra. 



Barton, 

Berkshire 

Candor, 

Newark Valley, 

Nichols, 

Owego, 

Richford, 

Spencer 

Tioga, _ 



Total, 



Caroline, \ 

Danby 

Drj-den,... 
Enfield, _. 
Oroton,.... 
Ithaca, .... 
Lansing, . 
Newfield, 
Ulysses, ... 



Tompkins. 

2,175 
2,126 
4,800 
1,693 
3,515 
10,111 
2,875 
2,602 
3,271 



Total. 



33,J68 



2,257 
2,140 
4,795 
1,693 
3,401 
7,2M 
2,940 
2,700 
3,506 



30,696 



UJHter. 



Denning, 

Esopus 

Gardner 

Hardeiiburgh, . 

Hurley, 

Kingston, 

Lloyd, 

Marbletown 

Marlborough,-. 

New Paltz, 

Olive , 

Plattekill, , 

Bochester, 

Rondout 

Rosendale, 

Saugprties 

Sbandaken 

Shawangunk,... 

Wawarsing, 

Woodstock, 



Total, 



84,008 



939 

4,746 
1,951 

5;« 

2,382 
17,296 
2,567 
3,818 
2,733 
2.03;} 
3,259 
2,012 
3,585 

"2,m 

9,426 
2,7i9 
2,767 
S,Xi6 
1,621 



75,609 



Warren. 



Bolton , 

Caldwell 

Chester 

Hague 

Horicon, 

Johnsburgh, . 

Luzerne 

Queonsbur.v, . 
Stony Creek, 



1860. 



1.616 
3,8.'M 

871 



32,385 



5,078 


4,077 


4,234 


1,231 


1.073 


1,151 


4,250 


4,103 


3,840 


2,324 


2,133 


2,169 


1,664 


1,778 


1,'J:{2 


9,449 


8,865 


8,9:» 


1,440 


1,283 


1,401 


1.8<i3 


1,757 


1,881 


3,274 


3.094 


3,202 


30,573 


28,163 


28,748 



2,345 
2,2t>l 
4,962 
1,919 
3,534 
6,843 
3,222 
2,984 
3,339 



31,409 



1,073 
4,734 
2,096 
505 
2,3i;4 
16,640 
2,49:> 
4,120 
2,776 
2,023 
3.262 
1,918 
4,539 

"2"m 

9,537 
2,4;» 
2,870 
8,311 
1,858 



1,13.5 


1,221 


1,011 


979 


2,3:jo 


2,274 


6.V 


684 


1,500 


1,398 


2,mi 


2,286 


1,177 


1,136 


8,388 


7,623 


1,127 


9:i5 



Warren— Contln ued. 



Towns. 


1870. 


1865. 


I860.. 


Thurmaii, 

Warrensburgh, 


1,085 
1,579 


i,o<y^ 

1,585 


1.084 
1,701 


Total, 


22,605 


21,128 


21, 4» 





Was! 

Arg.vle 


liuKton 

2.851 
2,598 

684 
3,074 
3,330 
5,126 
3,904 
4,03:j 

955 
1,989 
2,3.99 
1,(»2 
4,278 

603 
3,556 
2,900 
5,406 


3,056 
2,453 

765 
2,929 
3, 155 
3,997 
3,670 
3,ft59 

985 
2,088 
2,590 
1,757 
3,751 

746 
3,239 
2.682 
4,422 


«,139 
2,419 


Dresden 


Easton 


3 083 


Fort Ann, 


3,127 


Fort Edward, 

Granville 

Greenwich, _ 


3,544 
3.474 
3, SMI 

876 






Hebron,_ 


2 543 


Jackson, 


1 86;j 


Kingsbury, 


3,471 
754 


Putnam, 


Salem 


3.181 

2,80" 


White Creek, 


Whitehall, 


4,862 




Total, 


49,318 


46,244 


45,901 





Wuyne. 



Arcadla,_ 

Butler, 

Galen.- 

Huron, 

Lyons 

Macedon, _.. 

Marion,- 

Ontario, 

Palmyra, „., 

Rose 

Savannah, .. 

Sodus,- 

Walworth,.. 
Williamson, 
Wolcott 



Total. 



5,270 


5,253 


2,024 


2.083 


5,706 


5, .314 


2,001 


1,972 


5,121 


5,007 


2,636 


2,472 


1,967 


2,136 


2,295 


2,312 


4,196 


4,2iJ 


2,M6 


2,209 


l,93;i 


1,9:^8 


4,631 


4,603 


2,237 


2,179 


2,430 


2,571 


3,221 


3,224 


47,720 


47,498 



Westcliester. 



Bedford. 

Cortlandt 

East Chester, 

Greenburgh 

Harrison, 

Lewlsborough, _. 
Maniaroneck, .... 

Morrisanla, 

Mount Pleasant, 

New Castle 

New Rochelle,.... 

North Castle 

North Salem 

Ossining, 
Pelliam, 
Poundridae.- 
Rye. 

Scarsdale, 
Somers, . 
Westchester, 
West Farms, 
White Plains,- 



700 


3,465 


695 


9,:m 


494 


5,615 


876 


8,46;i 


2(H) 


1,380 


601 


1 653 


484 


1,.393 


637 


11,691 


213 


4,389 


152 


1,879 


901 


3,968 


oo:i 


2,198 


7.55 


1,5-22 


798 


6,223 


784 


1,043 


202 


1.299 


152 


4,675 


800 


557 


721 


1,695 


016 


3.928 


3:« 


7,»« 


000 


2,122 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



155 



Westchester— Continued. 



Yonkers,... 
Yorktown, 



1870. 1865. 1860, 



18,318 
2,6.^5 



12,7.56 
2,559 



11,848 
2,231 



99,497 



Arcade,» 

Atlica 

Bennington 

Castile 

China, 

Covington, 

Kagle , 

Gainesville 

Genesee Falls, . 

Java 

Middlebury 

Orangeville, .... 

Perry 

Pike 



WyoininK* 

1,743 
2,547 



2,188 



1.189 
1,040 
1,616 
979 
1,956 
1,621 
1,217 
2,345 
1,730 



2,:«57 


2,547 


2,445 


2,615 


2.081 


2,32;j 


1,903 


2,037 


1,233 


1,286 


1,211 


1,312 


l,fi35 


1,732 


1,070 


1,020 


2,142 


2,3.58 


1,724 


1.708 


1,322 


1,419 


2,366 


2,4.52 


1,805 


1,824 



Wyoming— Continued. 



Sheldon, 

Warsaw „ 

Wetherstield,. 

Total 



1870. 


1865. 


1860. 


2,258 
3,143 
1,219 


2,591 
2,824 
1,314 


2,794 
2,958 
1,583 


29,176 


30,033 


31,968 



Y« 


Ltes. 

1.506 
2,426 
1,311 
2,612 
1.314 
4,781 

1,970 
2,372 
1,283 


1,469 

2,400 
1,4.52 
2,682 
1,287 
4,195 


1,574 


Uenton, 


2,462 


Italy, 


1,605 


Jerusalem, 


2,873 


Middlesex, 


i,;wj 


Milo 


2,028 




2,383 
2, 151 


Potter 


2, iv 

2,304 
1,322 


Starkey, 


2,542 


Torrey,^ 


1,3<» 


Total, » 


19,605 


19,338 


20,290 





POPULATION OF NEW YORK BY COUNTIES. 



COUNTIES. 



Albany, __ 

Allegany, _... 

Broome 

Cattaraugus. 

Cayuga 

Chautauqua, 

Chemung 

Chenango,-... 

Clinton 

Columbia, 

Cortland, 

Delaware,-... 
Dutchess, -... 
Krie, 



Franklm, 

Fulton 

Genesee, 

Greene, 

Hamilton, 

Herkimer, .... 

JetFerson, 

Kings, 

Lewis 

Livingston...- 

Madison, 

Monroe.- 

Montgomery. 
New York, .... 

Niagara,- 

Oneida 

Onondaga, — 



1870. 


1865. 


1860. 


l:J3, 108 


115,504 


113,916 


40,834 


. 40,285 


41,881 


44,176 


37,9:53 


a5,906 


43,855 


42,205 


43,896 


59,524 


5-5,730 


55,767 


59.179 


58,. 5-23 


58,422 


35.341 


31.923 


26,917 


40,»K)3 


38,360 


40,9:« 


4S,(i22 


45,713 


4.5,7*5 


47 094 


44,935 


47,172 


25,222 


24,815 


26.294 


42,977 


41,638 


42,465 


74.156 


65,192 


64,941 


175,582 


157, 150 


141,971 


28,676 


28,644 


28,214 


30,287 


2.S,575 


30,837 


27,0.56 


24,. 512 


24,162 


31,700 


31,728 


32, 1S9 


31,785 


31,710 


31,930 


2,960 


2.653 


3,024 


3y,9.;6 


39,1.54 


40,. 561 


&5,455 


66,448 


69,H25 


420, 2«2 


310,824 


279,122 


28,7.51 


27,840 


28.580 


3., 321 


37,555 


.39.546 


43,. 593 


42.607 


43.. 545 


1 117,988 


104, 2:« 


100. «M8 


1 5M,510 


31.447 


;W.866 


j 926,341 


r26,.-lS6 


813,669 


50,522 


49.6.5.5 


.50,:»9 


110.081 


102:713 


ia5,202 


1 104,044 


93,:C2 


90.688 



COUNTLES. 



Ontario, _ 

Orange, 

Orleans, _ 

Oswego, - 

Otsego, 

Putnam 

Queens 

Rensselaer,... 
Richmond, ... 

Rockland, 

St. Lawrence 

Saratoga, 

Schenecaady, 

Schoharie, 

Schuyler, 

Seneca, 

Steuben,- 

Suffolk, - 

Sullivan, 

Tioga, 

Tompkins, ... 

Ul.ster 

Warren,- 

Washington, 

Wayne, 

Westchester, 

Wvoming, 

Yates, 

Totals, 



1370. 



45.222 
80,8fi4 
27,802 
78,026 
48,998 
15,406 
73,847 
99, .551 
33,044 
2.5,216 
84,831 
51,513 
21,.t48 
3.3.339 
19,019 
27,8+4 
67,716 
46,960 
32,610 
30,573 
3.3,168 
84,008 
22,605 
49.348 
47,720 
132.474 
29,176 
19,005 



4,364,854 



43,316 
70, 165 
28,6aJ 
76,200 
48.616 
14,845 
57.997 
53,210 
28.209 
20,838 
80.994 
49.892 
20.888 
3;}, 853 
18,441 
27,ti.5.1 
66,192 

32^41 
28, 163 
30.696 
75.1.09 
21,128 
46,244 
47,498 
101,197 
30,0,33 
19,338 



3,831,777 



3,880,735 



158 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 



RECORD OF THE YEAR 1870. 



DOMESTIC 

Akerman, Amos T., nominated as United SUtes Attorney-General, Jnne 16. i 

Anna, iteaoi yacht, seized at Cliarleiton, S. C, by United States authorities, fbr violating neatrality lawt in | 
aiding Cuban patriots, January 5 ; released January 10. i 

Bradley, Joseph P., nominated by President Grant as Judge United States Supreme Court, February 7. I 

Congress adjourned July 15. j 

Cox, J. D., Secretary of Interior, resigned, October 3. | 

Currency Bill passed by United States S-'nat--, July 6 ; by House of Representatives, July 7. I 

Donaldsonviile, Louisiana, a neg^ro riot at, quelled by United States troops, November 10. j 

Fenian invasion, encounter between Fenians and British soldiers at Windsor, Can.via, April 17; gathering of ' 
Fenians on Canadian border ; proclamation of President Grant, declaring that invaders of Canada should be 
arrested and punished. May 24; invasion of Canada frain Franlclin, Vt. ; sharp sliirmish with British soldiers; 
General O'Neill, Fenian commander, arrested by United States Marshal and sent to jail. May *2o ; advance into 
Canada, of force from Malone, N. Y., May i6 ; General Starr, with force of Fenians, crossed into Canada ; engage- 
ment at Trout river ; Fenians routed ; Fenian forces at Huntintjton also routed, May 27 ; invasion terminated ; 
Fenian army demoralized and broken up, and le.%ders imprisoned, May 28. 

Fifteenth Amendment proclaimed part of the Constitution, March 80. 

Forward, a tilibustering steamer, captured by United States steamer Mohican, off Mexican coast, June 16. 

Funding Bill, passage of, by House of Representatives, July 1. 

Grant, President, sent to United States Senate message, accompanied by treaty for lease of Bay of Sainana, Jan- 
uary 10: sent message to Congress relating to increase of our commercial marine, in connection with European 
war, July 15; issued proclamation warning vessels of belligerents against hostile demonstration! in American 
■waters, October 8 ; proclamation of, defining neutrality, October 13. 

Hoar, E. R., United States Attorney-General, resigned his office June 15. 

Illinois adopted new State Constitution, July 2. 

Income t^, Senate agreed to modify income" trix, reducing rate to 2 1-2 per cent, July 1. 

Indians, engagement with, in Wyoming Territorj', May 4 ; attacked supply train at Osage Springs, May 29 ; 
engagement with, near Rawlings, on Union Pacific Railroad, June 26 ; treaty of peace wifli tribes in Dakota, 
signed, July 19. 

l,egal Tender, important decision of United States Supreme Court, delivered by Chief Justice Chase, to the effect 
that contracts made before passage of Legal Tender act cannot be discharged in United States notes, February 1. 

Nathan, Benjamin, murder of, July 29. 

Natural iution, treaty between Great Britain and United States, signed, May 13 ; treaty between United States 
and Austria, signed, September 30. 

Niw York city Charter passed by the New York Legislature, April 5. 

Orangemen and Ril)bonmen, riot between, in New York city, July 12. 

Orville, town of, California, destroyed by fire, July 3. 

Piegan Indians, a camp of, attacked by United States forces, under Colonel E. M. Baker; 173 Indians killed, and 
100 captured, January 23. 

Porter, Vice-Adiniral, United States Navy, nominated Admiral, August 20. 

Revels, H. L., elected United States Senator from Mississippi, the first colored Senator, January 20. 

Richmond, Va., terrible accident ; falling of a floor in the Capitol building ; fiftj' killed and wounded, April 27. 

Strong, WillLvn, nominated by President Grant as Judge of the United Sutes Supreme Court, February 7. 

Tax and Tariff Bill passed by Congress, July 13. 

Whittemore, B. F., member of Congress from South Carolina, resigned his office to prevent expulsion from Hoose 
of Representatives, f^r sale of cadetsbips, February 23. 

Virginia, restored to the Union, January 24 ; great freshet, involving the destruction of an immenie amount of 
property, September 30. 

Women jurors, first panel of, sworn in at Laramie, Wyoming, March 7. 

THE FRENCH-PRUSSIAN WAR. 

Ablis, the village of, burned by Prussians for the treachery of its inhabitants, October 

Amiens, French defeated near, and the town occupied by Frisians, November 28. 

Armistice, the final d<jcision of Prussians announced, November 6 ; Bismarck issued an address to North Ger- 
man Ministers on armistice failure, November 8 ; M. Tbien' report of the armistice negotiations made public, 
November 14. 

Artenay, eng^agement at, October 10 and 11 ; a hot fight, resulting in Pruuian success, December 2 ; the French 
driven from their intrenchments, December 3. 

Autun, Garibaldi's troops moved toward the town of, November 9 ; Prussians repulsed in an attack on, Novem- 
ber 30 ; fighting with Garibaldi's force, resulting in a French victory, December 3 and 4. 

Avron, Fort, Paris, bombarded, December 27 and 28 ; evacuated, December 29. 

Baden, Prussian troops concentrated at, July 12. 

Bar-le-Dac, King William's head-quarters at, August 25. 

Beaugenoy, occupied by Prussians, December 8 ; hghting near, December 10 to 13. 

Beaumont, Prussians attacked MoMahon's army, and drove it across the Meuse to Mousson, capturing 12 euns, 
wveral thousand prisoners, and much material, August 29; battle of, General Failly's cor/H d'arnue surprised and 
overthrown, August .'10 ; occupied by Prussians after slight skirmish, December 11. 

Beaunne la Rolaarle, 25 miles from OrUans, army of the Loire defeated in a severe engagement, November W. 

Belesme, occupied by 20,00<1 Prussians, November 22 ; Prussian force retired to Nogent-le-Rotron, November !4. 

Belfort, engagement near, November 2 ; invested, November 3 ; sortie of garrison, November 16 ; unsuccessful 
sortie from, November 23. 

Berlin, preparations for war with France actively prosecuted, July 15 ; King William arrived at, and wa* 
enthusiasticallv received, July 15. 

Bernay, the "Prussians occupied, December 9. 

Besancon, engagement near, October 22 ; Francs-tireurs defeated at, October 29. 

Bezons, French demonstration against, from Mont Valerien, November 28. 

Bitche, the railway at, destroyed by Prussians, July 23 ; sortie of garrison, September 30 ; another sortie, Octo- 
ber 1 ; a third sortie ; siege raise'd, October 2. 

Blockade, German ports, formal notice given of, Aiisnist 12 ; blocka.le North se^, raised, September 12. 

Blois, evacuated by Prussians, November 30; French repulsed, December 9; French retired from Btaugancy to, 
December 13 ; Prussuans occupied, Ddcember 25. 

Bois de Boulougne, commencement of its destruction, August 22. 



Bonnieres, Prussian force driven out of, by the French, November 12, 



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157 

BonTslet, Prussians occ^^ied, December 9. 

Boflnaux, removal of French government from Tours to, commenced December 9 ; French government Installed 
at, December 11 ; review of French anny at, December 16. 

Bouvet, French war steamer, entered Havana, November T ; naval battle between, and Pruuian steamer Meteor, 
November 9. 

Bouvis»>, village of, bamed by shells, October S8. 

Cari|(nan, battle of; the French army disiutroiialy defeated, August 31. 

Chalons, the Emperor Napoleon at, August 19 ; Marshal McMaDon's army left for Rheims, August 31 ; camp oi 
FreD;'U anny broken up. August S3 ; Prussian Crown Prince at, August i6. 

Chauiborrt, French driven out of, December 9. 

Chartres, capitulated, October 21 ; large force of Prussians at, October 24. 

Chateaudim, captured by Prussians, October la ; evacuated, November 30; army of Loire engaged near, Dec. 1. 

Chateau-Neuf-sur-Loire. evacuated by Prussians, November 30. 

Chatillon, or Ivry, battle of, near Paris, September 19 ; victory of Ricdotti Garibaldi's forces at, November SI. 

Chene Populeux, McMahon's army reached, August 27. 

Cherbourg, a portion of French fleet returned to, September 30. 

Choisy le Roi, a serious attack on a Prussian corps at, repulsed, November J9. 

Clermont, captured by Prussians, September 29. 

Coluiabey, near Meti, heavy fighting at, September 28. 

ConEcripiion in France, of all unmarried men between twenty-five and thirty-five years old, decreed, Aogast 10. 

Creteuil, taken by Prussians, October 12. 

Dantzic, a night naval battle off, August 21. 

Decheance, vote of, taken in Paris, September 4. 

Declaration of war against Prussia, by France, July 15. 

Demuin, sliarp engagement at, November 24. 

Dieppe, occupied by Prussians, December 9. 

Diiou, bombarded and occupied by Prussians, October 30 ; senons engagement near, November 6 ; occupied by 
Garibaldi's army, December 29. 

Douay, General, killed at Weissenburg, August 4. 

Dourdan, near Versailles, Prussians at, September 30. 

Dreux, the Prussians levied a tax on town of, October 25 ; repulse of French army by army of Grand Dake ot 
Mecklenburg, near, November 17. 

Droncv. near Paris, French reconnoissance at, September 22. 

Dunkirk, French fleet assembled at, October 17 ; a Freuch fleet sailed from, October 29. 

Elaiii, main body of French army at, August 17. 

Elbe, announcement made that blockade of river had been raised, September 15. 

Epernon, bombarded by Prussians, October 4. 

Epinal, engagement at ; town occupied by Pruiiians, October 13. 

Essones, severe engagement at, September 19. 

Etampes, Prussians demanded money and arms of inhabitant* of, September 23. 

Eteval, the French defeated at, October IS. 

Eugenie, Empress, appointed Regent of France during absence of Emperor, July 28; received Papal Nuncio, 
August 4 ; issued a proclamation in view of recent defeats, August 7 ; fled to Belgium, September 4 ; arrived in 
England, and met Prince Imperial, September 8 ; le/l WilhelmEhohe, November 1. 

Evreux, Prussians repulsed at, November 19. 

Fontainebleau, engagement near, October 21 ; main body of army of Loire attempted to force a passage toward, 
by a general attack, November 28 ; army of Loire engaged ne.ar, December 1. 

Forbach, Prussians entered France at, July 16 ; occupied by Prussians, August 6. 

Formieres, Prussians attacked and defeated at, October 2S. 

Ferrieres, a second interview at, between Bismarck and Favre, regarding peace negotiations, September 19. 

Forte sous Jouarre, Prussian advance reached, forty miles from Paris, September 8. 

Freteval, attacked and taken by army of Grand Duke of Mecklenburg, December 14; retaken by French, De- 
cember, 15. 

Frederick Charles, army of, formed a junction with that of Steinmetz, August 13 ; raised to rank of Field Mar- 
shal, October 29. 

Frotchweiler, or Worth, battle of, gained by Prussians, August 6. 

Gravelotte, battle between Gravelotte and Doncourt, west of Metz, August 18; battle of, resulting In withdrawal 
of main body of French army, under Marshal Bazaine, within fortincationi of Metz ; immense slaughter in both 
armies, August 18. 

Hautes-Bruyeres, near Issy, Prussians attacked the redoubt, October 17. 

Havre, a battle a few miles from city, December 9 ; Prussians in large force, December 12 ; Prusslani withdrew 
from vicinity of, Dtftember 16. 

Herman, steamer, blockaded In New York harbor by French gunboats, and compelled to return to city, Sept. J4. 

Hermann Helbmans, German ship, destroyed by French frigate ofif coast of Ireland, November 16. 

Hemv, fortress of. capitulated to Prussians. August 14. 

Isle Adam, near Paris, severe fighting at, September 23. 

Issy, Fort, Paris, sortie from, repulsed by Prussians, September 30, 

Ivry, battle of, near Paris, September 19. 

Joihville, near Paris, Prussians made a reconnoluance near, September 18; French repulsed in a sortie acron 
the Mame, at, October 21. 

Kolmar, engagement near, November 2. 

Ladon, rrencn driven from, November 27. 

Ladonchamps, near Metz, destroyed by Pnisslan shells, October 6. 

La Fere, garrison of, m.ide a sortie and relieved the town of Tergnier, November 17; a sortie from, repulsed, 
November 21 ; an attempt to relieve the garrison defeated, November 21. 

Laon surrounded by Prussians and its surrender demanded, September 3. 

Loan, French, of 1,000,000 francs, subscription books opened, August 23. 

Loire, French army of, advanced across river, November 9; again engaged Indecisively, December 2; attacked 
by Prussians and defeated, December 3 ; the rear guard attacked and defeated, December 7 ; again defeated, 
December 8 ; divided into two armies nnder command of GeuHral Bourbaki and General Chauzy, December 8 ; 
engaged in an all day battle, December 9 ; attacked army of the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg, punning it, but 
was repulsed, December 10; fighting with, continued, December 11 ; again attacked, December IB. 

Loungail, Prussian battery at, destroyed a bridge over the Moselle, October 2. 

Lyons, France, riot at ; fight between the populace and the police, August 15. 

McMahon, Marshal, army of, left Chalons for Rheims, August 21 ; left Rheims, moving northward, August 23; 
reached Rethel, August 24 ; reached Vaux, near Belgian frontier, August 29 ; surrendered at Sedan, September 9. 

Maintenon, engagement near, October 6. 

Mailmaison, sudden attack on, by the Garde Mobile. October 11. 

Mars la Tour, French army from Metz reached, and was attacked by the Prince Royal ; the Prussians repnlied ; 
the French retired to Rezonrille, August 17. 



153 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 

Marse!11e>, greftt dcmonttnttioo in honor of United States, Suptetnher 13 ; riot in, a ravolation IhreataDed, Octo- 
ber .'U ; a new republic proclaimed at, November 2. 

Mnyence, Prussian truups concentrated at, July \'2 ; King: Williaiu, Oenend Von Moltk« Mid Count Biimwck 
arrived at, and esUiblisheJ headquarters there. August 3. 

Meaux, Prussian cavalry at, twenty-five miles from Paris, Aujoist 28 ; snrronnded by Prussiani, September 18. 

MhUim occupied by French after driving out a Prussian detachment, October 17, 

Mes^ugere, engagement at, Oct.^ber 11. 

Meteor. Prussian war steamer, entered Havana, November 7 ; naval battle fought between Meteor and French 
steamer Bouvet, off Havana, November 9. 

MeU, French army concentrated at, July 16 ; Emperor Napoleon's head-quarters established at, July 28 ; men- ' 
aced by Prussians, August b ; Prussian ariiiy coacentrated before, August 9 ; peasants took refuge in the town, 
August 10; all foreigners, without distinction, ordered to leave, August 11; Marshal Baxaine withdrew within ' 
fortifications on approach of Prussian center and ri^ht winp, August 12; great battle at, resulting from an attempt 
of French artpy to escape, Angust 14; Emperor and Prince Imperial left for Verdun, August 14; Prussians | 
made a reconnoissance west of Metz, and pushed northward to intercept French anny endeavoring to escape ; 
a ;;reat b.ittle fought, and the French driven into the fortress, Aug^ust 15 ; siege of Metz commenced, August 18 ; 
desperate attempt of Bazaine's army to escape frnstraled, August il ; B.i7.aine agaiu made a desperate attempt to i 
escape, August ai and September 1 ; Metz bombarded, September 1.1 ; attempt of French army to escape to Thion- i 
ville, September 23 ; French repulsed at Moulin and driven into Metz, September 2;j ; another sortie, September 
27 ; heavy fighting at rear, September 28 : another sortie from, the French retreated, leaving their wounded, Octo- 
ber 3 ; sortie from, repulsed after a terrible battle, October 7 ; (ieneral Bourbaki re-entered, after returning from an 
interview with the Empress Eugenie, October 7 ; sortie in force from, October 12 ; do., October 14 ; the commnnd.int 
at, infomied Bazmne that he could suiiply no more provisions to his army, October 21 ; Bazaine sent a message to 
Prince Frederick Charles, intimating tiis intention of surrendering the army and fortress, October 24 ; Second Corps 
of Prussian army before Metz started for Paris, October 25 ; interview between Changaniier and Prince Frederick 
Charles, to arrange for aapitulation of Metz, October 25 ; another conference relative to the capitulation, October 
26 ; capitulation of the fortress and Baz.aine'« array of 173,000 men. October 27 ; Prince Frederick Charles issued an 
address congratulating his army on the capitulation, October 27 ; the forts taken possession of by Prussians, October 
29 ; Prussian army entered the .town, October 30. 

Meung,"rear-guard of army of Loire defeated near, December 7. 

Mezieres, an armistice of forty-eight hours concluded at, for the removal of wounded, September 96 ; sortie of 
French garrison, November 14 ; Prussians twice repulsed inlin attack on, November 30. 

Monbelliard, occupied by Prussians, November 9. 

MonUrgis, right wing of army of Loire engaged near, December 5. 

Montdidier, occupied by Prus'sians, October 17. , 

Montlivc.ult, French repulsed at, December 9. 

Montmedy, engagement at, September 8 ; sortie from, October 11 : nnsuccessful sortie from, November 16 ; suc- 
cessful sortie of garrison, November 17 ; heavy cannonading near, November 26. 

Moreail, sharp fight at, November 26. 

Nancy, evacuated by the French, and occupied by Prussians, who levied 60,000 francs on the town, August 19 ; 
occupied by Prussians, August 14. 

Napoleon. Emperor, received the members of the Corps Legislatif, at the Tuileries, July 22 ; left St. Clo\id for 
the field, taking the Prince Imperial, July 28; issued an address to the anny cowcentra'ted at Metz, July 28; 
assumed command of the French armies, July 30; left the army at Gravelotte'for Chalons, August 16; issued an 
appeal to courage of army at Sedan, August 31 ; addressed a letter to King William, after battle of Sedan, surren- 
dering his sword, September 1 ; formally surrendered himself, September 2; the castle of Wilhelmshohe assigned 
to him as a residence by King William, September 3 ; reached Wjlhelmshohe, September 5. 

Neuburg, occupied by Prussians, July 18. 

Neuville, Prussians bombarded, November 24. 

New-Breisach, Prussians opened fire on, October 7 ; sortie from, October 16 ; Fort Mortier capitulated, Nov. 6, 

Nibells-Chambon. sharp engagement at, October 6. 

Nuits, a fight with Francs-tireurs at, November 30; attacked by 21,000 Prussians, and town occupied after a 
severe battle, December 18. 

Oder river, obstructed by sinking ships and torpedoes, August 25. 

Orleans, evacuated on approach of Prussian army, September 27 ; march of Prussians toward the city diverted, 
September 30; town bombarded, evacuated by French, and occupied by Prussians, October 11 ; sharp skirmishing 
near, October 27 ; general battle at ; Prussian positions stormed and carried, November 9 ; Prussians forced to 
retreat, November 10 ; evacuated by French, ana re-occupied by Prussians, December 4. 

Pasques, Garibaldi's force defeated near, November 26 ; Menotti Garibaldi again defeated near, November 97. 

Perpignan, a Red Republican revolution at ; the mayor stoned to death, November 4. 

Pfalsburg, bombarded, August 14 ; capitulated, December 13. 

Rezonvilte, battle of, August 17. 

Rouen, engagement near, September 30. 

Saarbruck, occupied by Prussians, July 18; French crossed Prussian frontier near, July 19 ; bombarded by the 
French from the heights of Spicheren, August 2 ; another engagement at ; town retaken by Prussians, August 6. 

Siwrlouis, a Prussian reconnoitering party attacked, and tlrst blood of the war shed, at, July 23; Prussian army 
commenced a forward movement from tnis point, August 5. 

Sarcy engagement at, resulting in adv.antage to French, November 16. 

Saugre, French surprised at, and many prisoners taken, December 23. 

Sceaux, tl>e heighu of. taken by the Prussians, September 19. 

S<'hlestadt, bombarded by Prussians, October 18 ; capitulated, October 93. 

Sevres, the bridge at, blown up by the Prussians, October 19. 

Soissons, advanced guard o( army of Crown Prince on its march to P.^ris, reached, September 7 ; bombarded, 
October 14 ; capitulated to Prussians, October 16. 

Spicheren, the heights of, carried bv F>ench, August 2. 

St. Avoid, occupied hv Prufsinns, August 8. 

St. Calais, bombarded' by the Prussians, December 25. 

St. Clou<l, the Palace destroyed, October 13. 

Steinmetz, army of, formed a junction with th.tt of Prince Frederick Charles, August 13 ; his removal announced 
.■\t Beriln, September 11. 

Sten.iy, sharp engagement at, resulting in Prussi.an success, August 25 ; the Prussian command at, forced to 
retire bv sortie from Montmedy, October 11. 

Str.asfeourg, siirrounde<l by the Prussian anny, August 9 ; bomb.ardment begtm, August 12 ; the fortress with 
17,(KK) men Capitulated unco"n.litionally, Septemi)er 27. 

Tliionville, taken bv the Prussians, August 5 ; Prussians atticked the st-xtion to destroy provisions accumul.ated 
there by th- French, Septeiiiber 25; boiiib.arded by Prussians, November 4 ; capituKation of, November 25. 

Toul j French retreated to, from Nancy, Aiigust 12 ; investment of, commenced, August 14 ; a concentrated bom- 
bardment of; '.he town and garrison capitulated, September 23. 

Toivrs I'ru-'iaii advance from Orleans on the city of, commenced, December 7 ; French retired from Beaugency 
10, Dccembi-r 13 ; capitulation of town after a short bonibardnient, December 20. 



EVENING JOUKNAL ALMANAC, 1871. 159 

Sedan, Marehal McMahoo abandoned the project of aiding Bazaine, and withdrew to, Anguit 30 ; Napoleon 
t( urtd anaddreM to army at, Aujput 31 ; battle of, resulting in the «urrender of the Emperor >rapoleon, and Mar- 
shal MfjI:ihon'« nnny the following day, September 1 ; army of the Crown Prince left, for Paris, September 6. 

Vaux, the French position on the IielicDl* of. taken by storm. October aO. 

Vendoiiie, the Prussians evacuated, Noveinber ;J0 ; Prench driven from, December 16. 

Verdun, nrinv of Crown Prince attacked fortross of, and was repulsed, Aupist 25 ; town bombarded, October Jl ; 
tipht between lied Republicans and j^arrison, November 8 ; town surrendered after a severe bombardment, Nov, 9. 

Vers.-iilles. Prussiaiin entered, Oct. 19 ; Interview of Thiers and KIni? William, relative to an armistice, Nov, 1. 

Villejuif, Heights of, near Paris, successful sortie of the French at, September 22. 

Villeroeau, occupied by the Prussians, December 9. 

Vitry, the French garrison at, surrenclered, August 25. 

Voniiers, au engagemi-nt near, October i'.i. 

Weissenburg, French driven off, July 31 ; Prussians attacked the French right center at, and carried positiom, 
Ansiist 4. 

Weser, annnnncement that the blockade of river had been raised, September IS. 

William, King of Prussia, arrived at heafl-quarters at Mi-U. August 2 ; issued a proclamation to French people, 
de<-laring that Napideon ha!d forced the war on Prussia, and that Prussians made war on soldiers, not on cUizeni, 
August 11 ; his acceptance of the title of Emperor of Germany, announced by President of North German par- 
liament. December 8. 

Wurtn, battle of, gained by the Prussians, August 6. 

Yore, encounter at, Norember 81. 

GENERAL FOREIGN EVENTS, 

Baden, admission of. Into North German Coufedemtion announced, November 20 ; protocol of the treaty witli, 
sanctioned hv the North German Parliament, December S. 

Bavaria, federal Council of Germany informed Convention providing for nnlon of Kingdom of Bavaria with 
Confedtfati'in, December 2 : protocol of treaty with, sanctioned by North German parliament, December 8. 

Cadorna, General, of Italian army, addresse'd a proclamation to Roman people, September 12 ; Issued a proclama- 
tion to Roman*, announcing restoration of Rome as the capital of Italy, September 22. 

Civlta Vecchia, Italy, last detachment of French troops in Italy einbarked at, August 5 ; occupied by Italian 
anny, September 16. 

Cimstantinople, conflagration at, destroying 15,000 houses, and property valued at jE6,000,000 to X7,000,000, 
June i. 

Corps T.eglslatif of France, the murder of Victor Noir discussed, and a proposition made that members of the 
Imperial family be made amenable to law, January 11 ; discussion in the, on arraignment of Henri Rochefort ; the 
arraignment dei-ided on January 17 ; discussion on arrest of Rochefort, February 7 ; abolished, September 4. 

Denm.irk, government of, issued a declaration of neutrality, July 26 : parliament of, opened, October .3. 

Ems, Interview at. between King William and Count Benedettl ; the latter demanded that the King should 
re<iuire the Prince of HohenzoJlem to withdraw his acceptance of candidature for Spanish throne, which tlie King 
declined to do, July 9 ; second interview between King William and Count Benedetti, July 11; King William 
left, by special train for Berlin, July 14. 

Engl,'\nd, great excitement occasioned by publication in London Timet of secret treaty submitted in 1866 by 
French to Prussian government, July 26 ; Queen Victoria addressed parliament on position of England in relation 
to Franco-Prussian war, August 10; Earl Granville addressed circular to English Representative in Germany 
defending neutrality of England, August 16 ; return of messenger sent by LorH Lyons to Bismarck with reply to 
overtures of England, regarding an armistice, September 16; government took measures to bring about armistice 
between France and Prussia, October 21 ; meeting of British Cabinet in relation to armistice negotiations, Novem- 
ber 4 ; Karl Granville replied, on part of England, to Russian dispatch relative to treaty of Paris. November 10 ; 
Coyncll of British Cabinet relative to demands of Russia, November 25 ; Earl Granville replied to Prince Gortscha- 
koff's second note, November 28 ; the government st<ipped a French expedition proceeding to lay a telegraphic cable 
between Dunkirk and Bordeaux, December 29. 

France, a new Ministry formed, January 3, as follows: Minister of Justice, Emile Ollivier ; Minister of For- 
eign Affairs, Count Napoleon Daru ; Minister of the Interior, Chevaudrier de Valdrome ; Minister of Finances, 
Louis Josenh Buffet ; Minister of War, Edmund Le Boueff ; Minister of Marine, Regnault de Genouilly ; Minister 
of Public Instruction, Emile Alexis Segris ; Minister of Public Works, Martiuis de Talhouet ; Ministt^r of Agricul- 
ture and Commerce, Charles Louvet ; Minister of Fine Arts, Maurice Richard ; Emperor's Household, Count 
Vaillant ; President of the Council of State, Es^julron de Parien. French Ministry appointed, January 3 ; received 
by the Empress, January 4; Ministry announced that its policy would be absolutely pacific, January 7 ; a stormy 
session of Corps Legislatif ; M. Olliv^ier defeated in proposing abandonment of system of orHcial candidatures for 
the Chambers, by a vote of 187 to 56, February 21 ; Corps Legislatif sustained the government by a vote of 236 to 
18, February 22 ; draft of Senatus Consaltum submitted to Corps Legislatif, March 28 ; announcement made in 
Corps Legislatif, that the government had decided to make an appeal to the people on miestion of new constitution, 
April 4 ; Corps Legislatif passed a vote of confidence in French government, April 5 : Emperor Issued a proclama- 
tion appealing to French people to support his dynasty, April 24 ; arrest of an intended assassin of Emperor, April 
29 ; labor riot at St. Quentin, May 2 ; otBcial promulgation of result of pUhUcitum, May 21 ; discussion in Corps 
Legislatif rel.atlve to army and strength of Prussia, June 30 ; excltini^ discussion In Corps Legislatif regarding 
standing army and prospects of a continu.anue of peace, July 1 ; discussion in Corps Legislatif relative to nomina- 
tion of Prince of Hohenaollern for Spaaish throne ; announcement made to the Corps that French Ministrj' had 
given notice to Cabinets of Berlin and Madrid that France would not assent to the candidature, July 5 ; exciting 
discussion in Corps Legislatif regarding acceptance of Prince of HohenxoUern of candid-ature for Sp.anlsh throne, 
July 6 ; French Minister of War assured the Emperor that army was prepared to march. July S ; army at Paris 
received orders to march to Moselle; another exciting discussk>n'ln Corns Legislatif on HohenTOTllern candidature, 
July 11 ; conference of Ollivier, Duke de Gramont, and the Pnissian Embassador. July 12; council of French min- 
isters held at the Tulllerles, decided on declaring war against Prussia, J.Jy 14 ; government declared war agnin?t 
Pruuia ; government sustained by Corps Legislatif in declaring war against Prussia, July 15: railway and tele- 
graphic communication between France and Prussia severed ; France invaded by Prussians at Forbach, July 16; 
neutral powers offlcially informed of declaration of war, July 19 ; Ministry issued a proclamation appealing to patriot- 
ism of the people, in view of defeats at Weissenburg and Worth, August 6 ; Ministry issued anotrier proclamation 
urging unity of action, Augusts; Corps Legislatif met, and carried, by a large majority, an order against the 
Ministry; the Ollivier Ministry resigned, August 9 ; Corps Legislatif decreed conscription of all unmarried men 
between twenty-five and thirty-five years old ; Count Palikao announced a new Ministry, August 10 ; in Corps 
Legiklatif, Jules Favre proposed that a Committee of Defense be af>polnted and Intrusted with conduct of the war, 
August 13 ; proposition for the appointment of a Committee of Defense defeated by Corps Legislatif, August 14 ; 
subscription bo-iks for loan of 1 ,000,000,000 francs opened, August 23 ; Imperial government severely attacked in 
Corps f^gislatif, September :< ; great excitement In French Senate and Corps Legislatif, over surrender of Napoleon 
and .McMahon's army, September 3 ; French Council of Ministers announced defeat at Sedan, September 3 ; vote 
of De<-heance taken ; Corps Legislatif, by a vote of 185 yeas, no nays, declared the Empire at an end, September 4 ; 
» Republic declared, September 4 ; a provisional government formed, September 4 ; Corps Legislatif and Senate 
abolishei, September 4 ; a government of National Defense, composed of eleven members and all deputies of Paris, 
constituted and ratified by popul:ir accl.a.tialion. Tlieir names are M.M. Arago, Emanuel Cremieux, Jules Favre, 



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Jnlei Ferry, 0«inb«ttit, Gamier Paffea, Gloli Biroln, Eugene Pelleton, Plcard, Rocbefort, Rnd Jnlet Simon. Genentl 
Trochu wa» appointed Minister of War, in place of General Palikao. The officer! of the proviBional goTernmeot 
at Paris, were distributed as followi : MinisUr of the Interior, Leon GanibetU ; Marine, Martin Furechi.rf ; Foreign 
Affairs, Jules Favre ; Finance, Ernest Picard ; Public Instruction, Jules Simon: Justice, Isaac Cremieux ; War, 
General Louis Jules Trochu ; President of the Council, M. Grevy j Secretary, General Andre Laverlejon ;'Public 
Works, Pierre Doreau ; Commerce, Joseph Magiiin ; Mayor of Pans, Etienne Arago ; Prefect of Police, Keratky. 
In the streets of Paris there was much ajfitalion, but no serious disturbance ; the Imperial insignia were torn down 
by the ^)eople wherever they were within reach ; the statue of the Emperor Napoleon III, at the Bourse, was thrown 
down, September 5 ; Minister Washburne announced to Jules Favre that United Sutes had recognized French 
Republic, September 7 ; proclamation of povemnient to army, September 6 ; election for members of Constituent 
Assembly decreed for October 16, September 9 ; Jules Favre issued circular to French Diplomatic Representatives, 
defining policy of France, September 17 ; the Ministry made public the results of peace negotiations, a proclama- 
tion issued rejecting peace propositions of Prussia, a suspension of municipal elections and that of the Constituent 
Assembly decreed, September 24; officers of government issued decree appointing October 16 for election of Con- 
stituent Assembly, and defining basis of representation, October 1 ; government issued proclamation announcing 
that Paris was fully armed and prepared for a siege, OcU>ber 9 ; government announced capitulation of Meti, and 
surrender of Bazaine's army, charging Bazains with treachery, October 30. 

Florence, enthusiastic reception of new King of Spain at, November 18. 

Germany, parliament of North German Confederation opened by King William, February 14. 

Greece, earthquake, destroying town of Sartoria, July 1. 

Haussmann, Baron, Prefect of Seine, France, relieved, and successor appointed, January 6. 

Hesse-Darmst,->dt, treaty for admitting. Into North German Confederation, signed, November 17. 

Hesse, admission of, into North German Confederation announced, November 20 ; protocol of treaty wltk, sanc- 
tioned by North German parliament, December 3. 

Hohenzollern, Prince Leopold, of, the Spanish Minister at Paris informed of selection of, as candidate for throne 
of Spain, July 3 ; announcement made in Madrid, that the candidature for Spanish throne had been accepted by, 
July 5 ; Council of Ministers at Madrid accepted the candidature of, and authorized the Minister of Foreign Affairs 
to present his name to the Cortes, July 6 ; United States officially infonned of the candidature of, foP Spanish 
throne, July 9 ; discussion on candidature in English House of Lords, July 11 ; discussion on candidature in fulian 
Chamber o» Deputies, July 11 ; the Prince of Hohenzollern withdrew from candidature for Spanish throne, July 
12; King William informed Count Benedetti of withdrawal of, from candidature for Spanish throne, July 13. 

Holland, King of, telegraphed to government of Luxemburg, that he would defend the honor and independence 
of the Duchy, December 16, 

Infallibility, Papal, closing of discussion on, ux (Ecumenical Council, July 4 ; the dogma of, adopted by (Ecu- 
menical Council, by a vote of 450 to 88, July 13 ; the dogma of, proclaimed by the Pope with imposing ceremonies, 
Jniy 18. 

Isabella, Qneen, abdicated, June 25. 

Italy, government forbafle the candidature of Dnke of Genoa for Spanish throne, January 2 ; Italian Chamber 
of Deputies discussed the Hohenzollern candidature, July 11 ; last detachment of French troops left Civita Vecchia, 
August 6 ; deputation from Nice arrived at Florence, seeking re-annezation to, September 3 ; return of an envoy 
to the Pope, sont to annouuce intended occupation of Papal territory by Itolian government. September 10 : recog- 
nized the French Republic, September 11 ; Italian army crossed Roman frontier, September 12; Civitavecchia 
occupied by Italian army, September Ifi: Rome entered by Italian armv, September 19 ; earthquake, attended with 
loss of life, October 7 ; decree issued, annexing Roman provinces to kingdom of, October 10; the King declared 
that he guaranteed liberty to the Church, unity to Italy, and independence to the Pontiff, October 11. 

Land Reform Bill introduced into parliament, February 15, by Mr. Gladstone, the principal provisions of which 
were as follows : " Provision for the security of tenure, facilities of transfer and purchase of land for loans to ten- 
ants desirine to buy, and to landlords to enable them to claim waste lands. The law to be administered by the 
Court of Arbitration ; Ulster customs to be recognized ; improvements giving value to land to be paid for ; evictions 
for non-payment of rents to bar all claims against tenants ; notices to quit to be given the tenant one year's time 
from the end of the current year." 

Luxemburg, Count Bismarck issued circular making charges against the Duchy of, of violation of neutrality, 
December 3. 
• Londonderrj', Ireland, collision of British troops with Catholics, August 12. 

MaraeiUaise, the newspaper, Paris, three editors of, under arrest, sentenced, February 17 ; editors of, liberated, 
February 25 ; demonstration in Paris in favor of, March 8 ; release of the editor* of, May 15. 

Mont Cenls tunnel, pierced through, December 26. 

North German Parliament, met, July 19. 

North Gennan Confederation, Federal Council of, met at Berlin, October 5. 

(Ecumenical Council, held its last session at St, Peter's, adjourning to meet at the Qnirinal, Jannary 1 ; a general 
congregation of, held at the Quirinal ; the death of four cardinals announced, January 3 ; second public congrega- 
tion of, January 6 ; the German bishops threatened secession from, Januar\- 21 ; debate on the Syllabus, January 
82; Schema of Infallibility distributed to memoers, March 7 ; Schema of faith promulgated, March 31 ; constitution 
of faith unanimously adopted, April S4 : discussion on dogma of Papal Infallibility closed, July 4 ; dogma of Infal- 
libility adopted, July 13, 

Ollivier, French Prime Minister, Issued a circular defining privileges of the press. Jan. 89 ; resigned, Aug, ». 

Piebiscitum, announcement in French Corps Legislatif of decision to take a popular vote, April 4 ; discussion on, 
opened in the French Senate, April 18 ; decreed, April 23 ; vote t.iken, and Napoleon's government sustained by a 
vote of 7,336,434 to 1,560,709, May 6 ; official promulgation of result of, May 21. 

Piebiscitum, in Rome, resulting in 40,842 yea* and 46 nays, on the question of annexation to Italy, October 9. 

Pope Pius IX, offered to King William and Napoleon to act as mediator, Julv 22; return of envoy to, sent to 
announce intended occupation of Rome by Italian government, September 10 ; asked General Cadorna for a guard 
for his protection, September 22; declined to leave Rome, October 1. 

Portugal, meeting of the General Cortes, January 5 ; the Duke of Saldanah carries the castle of St. George at 
Lisbon, which is followed by resignation of the Prime Minister, Duke de Sonle, and the authorization of Saldanah 
to form new Ministry, May" 19 ; recognized the French Republic, September 13 ; a new Cabinet formed, October 31. 

Parliament, British, pass.ige of Bill for preservation of peace in Ireland, March 26. 

Paris, great excitement in, over murder of Victor Noir ; the subject discussed by Corps Legislatif; proposal] 
made that members of Imperial family be made amenable to law, January 11 ; excitement on occasion of funeral of 
Victor Noir; the troops dispersed crowd in the Champs Elysees, January 12; miliUry dispersed crowds gathered 
in sympathy with Henri Rochefort, whose arraignment had' been decreed by Corps LeHslatif, January 17 ; arrest 
of Rochefort; barricades erected at Belleville and La Villette ; an insurrection, with GusUv Flourens as leader, 
ineffectually attempted; the barricades charged by the police; the armories pillaged by the insurgents, February 
7; insurrection again broke out In the night; more barricades charged by the police ; .irrest of a large number of 
insurgents, February 8 ; arrest of twenty-five persons charged with complicity in a plot against the life of Napoleon, 
February 11 ; editors of the Reveile and the Marteillaite sentenced, February 17 ; great excitement on the taking of 
the IHebiteitwn, May 8 ; excitement continued ; barricades erected and carried by the troops. May 9 and 10 ; excite- 
ment over the defeat at Weissenburg, August 5 ; riot at the Bourse, August 6 : riot at. August 14 ; Republican dis- 
turbance at; riot at La Villette, August 15; intense excitement over surrender of the Emperor and McMahon's 
army, September 3 ; the vote of Decheauce ; the Imperial Insignia destroyed ; tie Repuo.ic proclaimed ; a to- 



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visional government formed, September 4 ; the Crown Prince resumed the m«rch on, from Sedan, September 5 ; 
Prussian cavalry within ten miles of the city of, September 9 ; Prussians arrived In the suburbs, September 12 ; 
Prussians before the city of; destruction of woocjs around, September 14 ; Prussians gained a victory at Korts Ville- 
iulf and Montrouge ; investment of the city completed ; atUck, in force, of French from Fort de Mont Valerien, on 
Prussians, September 19 ; Kiiig William reconnoitered French lines from St. Denis to RamalnviUe, September 29 ; 
sortie under cover of Forts Blcertre and d'lvry, September 30 ; battle between Forts Mont de Valierien and St. 
Cloud ; the Prussians driven back on Versailles, October 7 : Fort St. Denis opened tire on Prussian works ; recon- 
noissance of the French garrison, Octobers; sortie from Prussian line forced back, October 12 ; first shots from 
Prussian battery thrown into city, October 14 ; spirited engagement ; General Ducrot's forces defeated, October 19 ; 
General Trochu repulsed in attempting to force an outlet near Fort d'Issy, October 24 ; a party of Americans per- 
mitted W Prussians to leave the city ; riot in the city ; M. Thiers allowed to enter the ci\y, October 25 ; French 
driven from Le BourL'et, October 30 ; a vote taken sustalnlOK the provisional government, November 3 ; tierce 
attack made by Frencli army, supported by gunboats on Seine, November 29 ; great sortie of General Ducrot with 
100,000 men; a sanguinary battle fought, November 30: Prussians unsuccessrilly attempted to dislodge General 
Ducrot. December 2 ; General Ducrot's army retired behind the Marne, December 4 ; (ieneral Moltke informed 
General Trochu of defeat of army of Loire and the occupation of Orleans, December 5. 

Prussia, the Keichstag abolished the death penalty, by a majority of 37, March 1 ; a lean of 120,000,000 thalers 
voted, July 19 ; French soldiers first entered the territory of, July 28 ; Prussian government protested against the 
action of the French in firing on a flag of truce, Augiist 22 : Count Bismarck issued a circular to PrussianMinlsters 
to foreign nations, concerning the means and conditions or peace, September 16 ; Bismarck issued another circular 
defending *he demands made of France, in interview with Vavre, October 1 ; session of the Prussian Diet opened, 
December 14. 

Republic, French, recognlied by the United States, September 7 ; by Swltxerland, September 9 ; by Spain and 
Italy, September 11 ; by Portugal, September 13. 

Rome, the French Commander received by the Pope, July 81 ; French army withdrawn from, Ang^st 1 ; Italian 
forces entered the city, September 19 ; conflict in the Leonine city between Italian soldiers and a mob, September 
22 ; General Cadorua issued an address announcing the restoration of the city as the capital of Italy, September 22 ; 
Plebiscitum on the question of annexation to kingdom of Italy, October 2. 

Russia, war preparations in progress, October 5 ; I'rince Gortschakoff issued a circular to Russian Representatives 
to other nations, declining to be bound by treaty of Paris of 1856, October 19; dispatch of Russian government 
relative to treaty of Paris presented to the govermnents of England, Austria, Turkey, Italy and France, November 
9; Elarl Granville replied to Prince Gortschakoff 's dispatch, November 10 ; Prince Gortschakoff replied to Earl 
Granville, refusing to discuss the proprit^ty of the former note, and accepting a conference of the Powers, Novem- 
ber 20 ; city government of St. Petersburg passed votes of thanks to Czar for his action in relation to treaty of Paris, 
November 21 ; Earl Granville's reply to Prince Gortschakoff 'i note delivered, December 3. 

Senate, French, abolished, September 5. 

Seville, -Spain, riot at, April 6 and 13. 

Spain, a new ftlinlstry announced and oath of office aommistered, Jannary 9 ; assembling of the Spanish Cortes, 
January- 10; resolution introduced in Cortes, excluding forever the Bourbon family from the throne, January 13 ; 
resolution rejected, January 24 ; angry discussion in the Spanish Cortes between General Prim and the Republican 
leader Figueras, January 29 ; !n the Cortes General Prim denied that a coup d'etat was intended in behalf of the 
Duke de Alontpensier, March 5 ; Prince Henry de Bourbon killed in n duel by the Duke de Moutpensier, March 12 ; 
riots on enforcement of conscription laws, April 4 ; discussion in the Cortes on abolition of slavery, June 20 : Queen 
Isabella signed, at Paris, her abdic.ition of bpanish throne in favor of her son, the Prince of Asturi.-vs, June 25 ; 
Spanish Minister at Paris Informed of selection of Prince Hohenzollern as candidate for Spanish throne, Julv 3 ; 
a council of Ministers approved the course of General Prim, July 6 ; formal approval of the candidature of the l5uke 
of .\osta by England, Prussia, Italy, Austria and Russia officially acknowledged by the government, October 31 ; 
name of the Duke of Aosta formally presented to the Cortes as candidate for throne, November 4 ; Duke of Aosta 
elected King, by a vote of 191 to 120, November 17, and formally accepted the throne, December 5; entered Madrid 
and took the oalh of office, January 2, 1871. 

Wurtemburg, a new Cabinet formed, March 24 ; protocol of treaty with, sanctioned by North German parlia- 
ment, December 8. 

Victoria, Queen, addressed parliament on position of England in relation to the war, August 10. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Aquidavan, battle of, in Paraguay, ending the war there ; Lopez killed and hii army routed, March L 

Ava, Burmah, insurrection in, resulting in massacre of 1,400 persons. 

Caracas, Venezuela, taken by insurgents, April 27. 

China, battle between ImperialisU and rebels at Spaisi, April 27, in which the Imperialists were defeated, with 
the loss of 25,000 men, including their general ; the rebels killed nearly all the prisoners ; massacre of Christians 
by natives at Tientsin ; the French Secretary of Legation, a number of priests and sisters of mercy killed, and the 
cathedral burned. June 21. 

Cuba, battle of San Juan de Roderiguez, January 1 ; captain-general issued a proclamation declaring that peace 
had been established, January 6 ; massacre by Spaniards in Havana, January 30 ; a party of Americans In Havana 
fired on by a Spaniard, and one of the number killed, February 6; execution of Zaraora for assassination of an 
American, March 5 : execution of General Domingo de Goicouria in Havana, May 7 ; President Grant sent to Con- 
gress a mess^e on Cuban affairs, June 13 ; Don Fernando F. de Cordova apoinUd Captain-General, October 4. 

Guaymas, Mexico, city of, surprised by rebels. May 28. 

Martinique, commencement or a negro insurrection on island of, September 22; insurrection continued, towns 
pillaged, and buildings burned by insurgents, Septen»ber 24 ; negro Insurgents atUcked by infantry and cavalry, and 
Insurrection quelled, September 26 ; the Governor issued an amnesty proclamation, pardoning all engaged in insur- 
rection, except ringleaders, September 29. 

Newfoundland, Legislature voted against annexation to Canada, February 3. 

Panama, great conflagration at, June 5. 

Prince Edward's Island, Legislature rejected resolution in favor of confederation with Canada, April 18. 

Red River rebellion, terminated by capitulation of Fort Garry, August 24. 

SalnavL, President of Hayti, captured January 8 ; tried and snot, January 16. 

Slavery abolished in Cub.^, by proclamation of Serrano, Regent of Spain, under the following conditions : 1st. 
Children of slave mothers, bom after the dale of the publication of the decree, were declared free. 2d. Slaves 
bor;» between the 17th of September, 1868, and the publication of the decree, to be acquired by the State upon pay- 
ment of i25 for each slave to his master. 3d. Slaves who served under the Spanish flag, or aided the Spanish 
troops In Cuba, to be free. 4th. Slaves sixty years of age and over, free without compensation to their owners, and 
all slave* to be free hereafter at the age of sixty. 5th. Slaves perUining to the State, and eraancipadoes under the 
protectioc of the State, to be free at once. 6th. Children of slave mothers, born after the decree, also children bom 
between *he nth of September and the decree, to remain under guardianship of the owners of tneir mothers, with- 
out comi«usation for their labor, until eighteen years of age ; the freedman then to receive half of his wages, to 
become absolutely free at the age of twenty-two years, and the reserved half wages to be paid him. The guardian- 
ship also to cease by the marriage of a female emancipado afl«r the age of fourteen years, or of a male after eighteen 
years, or bv abuse on the part of a guardian, and by the neglect of his duties. 

West Indies, terrible hurricane, October 14. 



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Cambria, yacht, tailing of, from Queenttown, on race with Daantless, to A^nerica, Jaly 4. 

Cambria, steamer, wrecked, October 19. 

Captain, the BritUh iron-clad, foundered at sea. With 500 men on board, September 8. 

Continental, cteainship, foundered, otf coast of Mexico, September 30. 

Dauntless, yacht, tailing of, from Queenttown, En;/land, on race with Cambria, to America, July 4. 

Golden City, tteamshlp, wrecked on P.iclfic coast, Febru.ary 22. 

Hecuba, iron ship, from Calcutta to London, wrecked, September 13. 

Oneida, United btatet iteamer. nm into and sunk by British ste.imer Bombay, 120 lirei lost, January S4, 

Tinnettee, tteamer, from Charleston, S. C, to New York, burned at sea, June 'J9. 

PERSONALS — DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN. 

Anderson, Alexander, engraver on wood, died In New York, January 17, aged 95. 

Ara^o, aopointed member of government of National Defense, in !< ranee, September 4; redgned the mayonilty 
of P.iris, November 18. 

Arthur, Prince, of England, arrived in New York, January 21. 

Athmun, George, death of, at Springfield, Mass., July 17, aged 66. 

Austria, the Empress of, took leave of the Pope, January 15. 

Ayesteran, Cuban patriot, executed, September 24. 

Barnes, Rev. Albert, death of, December 24. 

Bazaine, Marshal, appointed Generalissimo of French army of Rhine, Angnst 12. 

Benedetti, Count, demanded of King William withdrawal of name of Prince of Hohenzollem at candidate for 
Spanish throne, July 9 ; second interview with King William .^t Ems, July 11; demanded of King William a 
pledge that he would never consent to future camiidature of Prince of J^obenzollem, July 13 ; alleged insult to 
King William, which furnished the pretext for the war between Prussia and France, July 13; reached Paris, 
after his dismissal at Ems, July 16. 

Benson, Alexander, of Philadelphi.i, died, leaving an estate of $3,000,000, May 13. 

Binney, Horace, death of. at Philadelphia, February 3. 

Bonaparte, Jerome Napoleon, death of, .at Baltimore, June 15. 

Bonaparte, Pierre Napoleon, the Emperor Napoleon issued decree convening high coart of jnstlce at Tonn on 
March i'l, for trial of, February 19 ; summoned to appear for trial on charge of murder of Victor Noir, March S ; 
convening of high court at Tours, France, for trial of, March 21 ; acquitted of charge of murdering Victor NoIr, 
March 26 ; sentenced to pay 25,000 francs to the family of Victor Noir, March 2S ; challenged Henri Rochefort, 
January 7. 

Breese, Samuel L., Rear-Admiral United States Navy, died, December 17, 

Burlingame, Anson, Chinese Embassador, death of, In St. Petersburg, February 23; obsequies of, In St. Peters- 
burg, March 2 ; do. in Boston, April 23. 

Cass.-vgnac, Paul de, death of, October 12. 

Chase, Carlton, D. D., bishop P. E. Church, died at Claremont, N. H.. Januarv 18. 

Champlain, Stephen, Commodore, last surviving officer of the battle of Lake Erie, death of, February SO. 

Clarendon, Earl of, died, June 26. 

Col bum, Zerah, died In Massachusetts, April 30, aged 38. 

Cramer, John, only surviving member of Jefferton electoral ticket, died at Waterford, N. Y., Jnne 1, aged 97. 

Cremieux, Emanuel, appointed member of government of National Defense in France, Sept«mber 4. 

Cutting, Francis B., died, June 26. 

Dahlgren, John A., Rear-Admiral United SUtea Navy, died, July 12. 

Dawson, John L., ex-member of Congress, died in Fayette Co., Pa., September T. 

Dean, Gilbert, death of, at Poughkeepsie, in October. 

Demers, George W., death of. May 25, aged 34^ 

Dickens, Charles, death of, June 9 ; remains deposited In Westminster Abbey, June 14. 

Durkee, Charles, death of, at Omaha, January 14. 

Farragut, David G., Admiral United States Navy, death of, Augnst 14. 

Favre, Jules, denounced in Corps Legislatif, arrett of Rochefort, February 21 ; proposed in Corps Leglslatif that a 
Committee of Defense be appointed and intrusted with conduct of war, Aupisll3; in Corps Legislatif attacked 
Imperial government, September 3 j appointed member of government of National Defense in France, September 4 ; 
applied to Bismarck for an interview to facilitate peace negotiations, September 10; issued a circular to French 
diplomatic representatives defining policy of France, September 17 : condition* of peace announced by Bismarck to, 
September 19; and a second interview with Connt Bismarck, at Ferrieres, regarding convocation of Constituent 
Assembly and peace negotiations, September 19. 

Fields, Richard S., Ufiiited States District Judge, died at Trenton, N. J., "Mav 25. 

Ferry, Jules, appointed to succeed Arago as government delegate, the latter having resigned as mayor, Nov. 1ft. 

Flourens, Gustav, ineffectual attempt to raise an insurrection in Paris, February 7 ; sentenced to' six months' 
Imprisonment, Febrtiary 17. 

Frelinghuysen, Frederick T., confirmed by Senate, as United States Minister to England, July 15; declined the 
Engli«h mission, July 27. 

Gambetta, appointed member of French government of National Defense, September 4 ; escaped from Pirlt in a 
balloon, October 7 ; issued address congratulating people of Tours over French successes at P.iris, October 14. 

Garibaldi, arrived at Marseilles and was enthusuastically received, October 7. 

Gamier, Pages, appointed member of the French goveminent of National Defense, September 4. 

Glas, Bizoin, appointed member of French government of National Defense, September 4. j 

Grier, Robert C., died in Philadelphia, September 26, aged 76. 

Harper, Wesley, death of^ February 15. 

Hiuman, Joel, Chief Justice, Connecticut, death of, Febmary 21, aged 68. 

Hitchcock, M.ijor-General Ethan Allen, death of, August 5. 

Hoae, Truman, membeiSkf Congress from Ohio, died at Washington, February 5. 

Hopkins, B. F., member of Congress from Wisconsin, death of, January 1. 

Hoxie, Joseph, death of, August 18. 

Jourdan, superintendent of New York police, died, October 10. 

Kemper, Jackson, D.D., LL.D., bishop P. E. church, death of, at Milwaukee, May 94, age 81. 

Kempley, Calvin, bishop M. E. church, died at Beyrout, Syria, in April. 

Kennedy, John, death of, at Baltimore, August 20. 

Ketcbum, Hiram, death of, September 10. 

King. A. A., ex-govemor of ISlijsouri, died at St. Louis, April 59. 

Kurcholiff, Count, the wealthiest Russian nobleman, died at St. Petersburg, January 18. 

Leboeuf, G>snerai, resignation of, accepted by Napoleon, August 13. 

Lee, General Robert E , death of, October 12. 

Littell, Eliakim, death of, May 17. 

Lord, Nathan, president of Dartmouth College, death of, September 9. 

Ludlow, Fitr. Hugh, died at Geneva, aged 33,' September 12. 

McClintock, Rev. John, president of Drew Theological S?minarj', death of, March 4. 



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McK.-irlana,Dauiel, c.nu..nci;menl..f trialof, ApriU; acq.iitUlof,M»y 10. .v. ..„w T.n 9 

.>:cGroarly, General Sttphca J., die I at hin reM.leiice near Cincinnati, of wound* received In the lervlce, Jan. S. 
Meadi-. Richard VV., Commodore, deaUi uf, April 1«. . . , >, u .o 

M utolcinbert. Count, Chief of Liberal Catholic party In France, death of, March 12. , „„ ^ ^. r„„, 

Montpensier, 6uke de, returned to Madrid, and was received -.vllh enthnsiasin, March 4 ; killed Henri de Bonr- 
bou in a duel In Spain, March 18 ; exiled one month and fined itii.OOO, April 13. 
Motley, cx-uiinister, Itft London for the Ilapue, December 6. 

Mower, Joseph A., Maj.jr-General, died at New Orleani, January 6. • ., „^„^,.r^ 

Noir, v'iclor, murdered by Triu;* Pierre Napoleon Bonaparte, January 10 ; funeral of, an immenw concourw 
following the body, January 12. ,.,,,,, 

Norton, Hon. D. S., United SUU. Senator from Minnesota, died, July 14. ^ , ^, , „^ 

O'Neill, General, the Fenian commander, arrested by a United StateiMarthal, MaV 25. t, m., 

Orleans Princes, a petition of, rejected by French Corp. Legislatif, July 2 ; offered their tervlce. to French Min- 
istry, Aiijrist 9. 

Packer, William Y., death of, September 27. . . ^, , , -,, „ v.„,, 

Palailines General Aurelles de, appointed cimmander-ln-chlef of army of Loire, November 15. 
Par.idol, M. Prevost, French minister, ciniiiitted suicide in Washington, July 20. 

Paul, J. J., minister to the United Stites from Venezuela, denth of, March 1. , / i .j 

Peabody, CJeorge, arrival ofif Mont,iuk Point of fleet accomp.inying remains of, January 23 ; remains of, arrived 
at Portland, Me., Janui-.ry 25 : closiiiR funeral gercmonies of, in his native t«wn, February 8. 
PelleUn, Eugene, appointed member of Fr>,ach trovernment of National Detente, September 4. 
Peyton, S. C, ex-member of Congress for Kentiruky, death of, January 17. 
Picard, apiioiuted member of French ^ .vernment of National Defense, September 4. 
Piatt, Jams?, death of, at Oswego, May 8, aged 83. 
Prentice, (Seorice D., death of, aged 6s, January 22. 

Frim' G-rriLs^ifefb/i rbTn'Vli^'r'id; NiaSi'- ass«.Inatlon of, December 28 ; death of, December 30. 

Rce.r, David, death of, at Bostoii, .tged 77, June J. 

Ripley, M:ijor-General James W., death oi; aged (5, March 15. 

Ritchie, Mrs. .\nna Cora Mjwatt, died in England in July. , , . .. i d „ 

Rochef?rt, Henri, challenged by Prince Pierre Napoleon Bonaparte, January 7 ; made a violent attack on Frince 
Bonaparte m the HaritilUix, January 11 ; his arraignment decree J by the Corps Legislatif, January 17 ; sentenced 
to six monUu' iinprisoDinent, a fine of 3,0<i0 francs, and deprivation of political rights, January 23; discusMou in 
the French Corns Leeislalif on his arrest ; he refused to surrender to French authorities ; was .arrest^id at his resi- 
dence in Paris, Vebrv^ry 7 ; Jules Favre, '» the Corps Legislatif, denounced the arrest February 21 ; demoustnvtiou 
In Paris in his favor, March 8 ; appointed member of Prench government of National Deren»e, September 4 ; 
resigned, November 1. 

I&usseau, General Lovell H., died at New Orleans, January 20- ^ ^ ^ ., , .. «,„.„. r.n 9« 

S.anta Anna, General, sent to Nassau on a Spanish war sfcamer, Febraary 21: reception of, at Havana, Jan. 28. 

Seward, Hon. W. H., reception of, by the New York Common Council, March 7 ; reception of, by the Emperor 
of J.^pan, December. .,, , r^ , o^u. 

Simon, Jules, appolnle4 member of French government of National DefenM, September 4. 

Sims, William Gnhnore, death of, at Charleston, S. C, aged 63, June 13. 
* Soule. Pierre, death of, aged 70, March 26. .,„ . »,,,.. .vj 

Thiers. M.. protested, in the Corps Legislatif, against the declaration of war with Prussia, Joy 15 : dispatched 
on secret mls^Mon to London, Vienna and St. Petersburg, September 12 ; had an Interview with King of ?;;"»•».»' 
Vers.aille», relative to an arraisUce, November 1 ; interview with Bitmarck, November 3 ; left VcnaiUe*, for loun, 
after unsucceisful peace negotiations, November 7. 

Thomas, Major-General George H.. death of, aged 54, March 28. ,^ , „ , ^ 

Thomson, Edward, D.D., bishop of Methodist Episcopal church, death of, March 22. 

Townsend, S. P., the famous sarsaparilla man, died at Fallville, N. J., March 15. 

Traupmann, the murderer, executed in Paris, January 19. ,.,,„,. ,nr - a >i a 

Trochu, General, appointed commander of forces at Paris, August 18 ; appointed Minister of War, and continued 
as Govenior of Paris by the Provisional government, September 4 ; reviewed the troops at Paris, September 13. 

Uhrich, General, enthusiastically received at Tours, October 2. 

Vanderpoel, Aaron, death of, in "New York, July 19, aged 71. 

Verplanck, Gulian C, death of, aged 83, March 18. 

Walbridge, Hiram, death of, December 6. 

Waldeck, Franz Leo, a Prussian statesman, death of. May 12. 

Washburne, Minister, had an interview with Jules Favre, September 7. 

Washburne, Peter T., Governor of Vermont, death of, February 7, aged 65. 

Welch, Rev. Bartholomew, D.D., death of, 

Wendell, Cornelius, death of, at Northampton, Mass., October 9. . „, , ,>_ , . . # . 

Werther, Baron, Prussian Minister to France, left Paris for Ems, to meet the King of Prasila, on receiptor a 
note from French goveri^ment, July 5; returned to Pivris from Ems, July 11. 

Wilcox, Thomas H., Confederate General, killed by falling of the floor of the Court of Appeal^ Richmond, V»., 
April 27. 

WiUard. Mrs. Emma, died at Troy, N. Y., April 14, aged 84. 

Willis, Nathaniel, death of, November 27. « ^ r. * v • 

Wimpffea, General, Issued an address to the *rmy, explaining the surrender at Sedan, September 8. 



CHRONOLOGY OF THE YEAR. 



JANUARY. 
1. Gold, 190 1-4.— The fires In the United States in 1869. destroyed property to the anwmt of f4O,«85,0OO. 
S. General Terry assnmes command of the miliUry district of Georjrfa. —New French Ministry formed. 4. The 
CEcumknical Council in session in Rome. —The telegraph operators of the United SUtes strike. —Spanish Miniitry 
resign. 6. Great Fenian riot at Longford, Ireland. 7. The Missouri legislature ratifies the Fifteenth Amendment. 
8. John Deen.- and C>Tille Dion play at San Francisco, Cal., for billiard championship of the United St.ates — 
Deery, 1,500 ;" Dion, 1,492. — OrgantKvtion of new Spinish Ministry. 13. MinnesoU ratified the Filteenth Amend- 
ment. — Ept'leston and General Ames elected United States Senators by the Mississippi Legislature. —The Hoiise 
of Representatives passes a bill ni.aking it an offense for any clerk to take up a subscription for their superior offi- 
cers. — K.ansas ratilie* the Fifteenth Amendment. 14. Virginia is admitted to the Union. IS. Mississippi ratifies 
the Fifteenth Amendment. — Sal nave captured and sh /t by the Hayti-vn rebels. 17. Tranpmann, the fiendish 



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murderer of the Kinok family, is executed at Paris. 19. Surrender of Fort Garrj-. 90. Iowa ratifle* the FifUenth 
Ameudnieut. 21. Ohio ratifi'es the Kifleenth Amendment. — H. R. Revels (colored) elected United Stjxtei Senator 
from Missiiisijjpi. M. The British &teami>hip Ikiuibay, Captain F.vre, collided with and «unk the United Stat«c 
corrette Oneiaa, on the coast of China, by which I'io lives were lott. — The National House of Represcnlativei, 
by a vote of 137 veas to 57 nays, ]>a8ses the bill for the admission of Virginia with the amendment* niad.- by the 
Senate. 25. Tne reiiialMs of George Peabody arrive at Portsmonth. — The Cortes reject the bill to forever 
exclude the Bourbons from the Pi'snisb throne, 'M to 161. — The new bishop of Oxford, England, consecrated. — 
Almost all the miners of Englaml and Wales striking for the reduction of the number of working hours. — The 
Georgia Legislature convened. — The Cuban rebels, under Jordan, defeated the Spaniards. — Steamship City of 
Boston sailed fron> New York, and was never afterward heard fmrn. 'JH. 'rheraiomcter 45° below zero on the plains 
ill the No^west. — The Tennessee Legislature adopt universal suffrage. — The Catholic archbishop of Vera Cruz 
(lies. — General Canby iiiuta an order turning over tne adminietratiou of afiairs la Virginia to the crvU authorities. 

FEBRUARY. 
1. The Pope r«fusea to receive the protest of 133 bishops against the infallibility doctrine. — The English govern- 
ment takes control of all the English telegraph lines. 2. The small-pox ragerf in Paris. — The Georgia Legisla- 
ture ratifies the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Constitutional Amendments. — The Legislature of New Mexico adopts a 
State Constitution. — Dr. J. Dubso, of Zurich, elected President of Switzerland. 3. The Senate reject the nomina- 
tion of ex-Secretary Hoar, for the Supreme Bench. 4. The mercury 24 1-2° below zero at Bangor, Me. — The 
United State* war steamer arrives at Port-au-Prince with fifty cases ofyellow fever on board. —The Legislature of 
Newfoundland oppose the Canadian confederation schenie. i. President Grant issues an order forbidding the Intro- 
duction of whi.ky into Alaska. — Najoleou refuses to reduce the mililarj- force of France, giving as a reason, that 
the situatii n if the continent forbids doing so. 7. The Supreme Court of the United Statis decides that a debt 
contracted before the passage of the legal tender act cannot be discharged in greenbacks. — The Utah Legislature 
J. asses the A\( men's Suffrage bill, and New Jersey rejects the Fifteenth Amendment. 8. Political riot at Paris, 
which is suppvesbed after some bloodshed. — The" British Parliament opens. — The Texas Legislature convenes. 
12. The Colorado Legislature adjourns. 13. Cook defeats Roberts, and becomes billiard champion of England. 
14. North German Parliament opened. 16. Another revolution in Mexico. 17. The Swedish Diet gives Jews &nd 
Dissenters the right t<^ vote. 19. Texas ratifies the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendment*. 20. The 
Utah Legislature adjourns. 21. The coldest day ever knovn in the far Northwest. 22. Miss Alice Cary, the 
poetess, dangerously ill at New York. — The steamship Emilia No. 3, sinks in the Mississippi river, .ind twenty- 
five persons perifh. 23. The first colored political convention ever held in Kentucky meets in Frankfort. Hon. 
Anson Burluigame, the Chinese Embassador to the civilized countries of the world, a forrtier ex-meuiber of the 
United States House of Representatives, from Massachusetts, dies at St. Petersburg. 25. The Texas Legislature 
adjourns. 26. The archbishop of Lyons dies. 28. Laying of submarine cable at mouth of Red Sea. — The 
Supreme Court of the Uuited States decides that the war of the rebellion ceased August 20, 18C6, the date of the 
President's proclaiuatiou, which is to be regarded, for all purposes of litigation, as the day on which the rebellion 
ceased. 

MARCH. 
1. The Mississippi Legislature convenes. 2. The people of San Doming^ vote overwhelmingly in favor of annex- 
ation to the United States. — Jesse R. Grant, father of^ the President, confirmed as postmaster of Covington, Ky," 
4. The Minnesota Legislature adjourns. 9. The Governor of Minnesota vetoes the Woman's Suffrage bill. 10. 
Alcorn inaugurated Governor of Mississippi. 11. Cassidy, a confiruled lunatic, attempts to assassinate President 
Grant. 14. Yerger, the murderer of Colonel Crane, escapes from the jail at Jackson, Miss. — The funeral of Prince 
Henri de Bourbon takes place at Madrid. — NajKileon demands representation in the CEcumenical Council. 16. 
General Sickles confirmed Uuited States Minister to Spain. — Dan. Butterfield resigns his commission as Brevet 
Major-Geiieral, United St.ates army. 17. The steamers Mary and Normandy collide in the English Channel ; the 
latter sii:ks with thirty-nine persons. 20. Collector Bailey, of New York, proves a defaulter. — The vomilo rages 
ill Rio Janeiro, Brazil. — The court for the trial of Pierre Bonaparte convenes at Tours. 21. The Kentucky Legis- 
lature adjourns. — Admiral Topete withdraws from the Spmiish Cabinet, and is succeeded by Admiral 6erange. 
23. Railroad shops at Milwaukee bum ; loss, iJ100,O0O. — "The Irish coercion Mil passes English House of Lords by a 
vote of 425 to 13. — A financial crisis prevails in Buenos Ayres. — The Pope consecrates four American bishops. 
21. The Emperor Napoleon writes a letter divesting himself of his autocratic powers. 25. Successful la^-ing of the 
Red Sea cable from Suez to Bombay. 26. The new constitution of Tennessee adopted by a large inaiority. 27. 
Terrible gale along the Atlantic coast. 29. Motley, Uuited States Minister, banqueted at London. 30. Dr. Samuel 
Bard confirmed as Governor of Idaho. — Napoleon orders Prince Pierre Bonaparte to leave France. — The Presi- 
dent issues his proclamation announcing the Fifteenth Amendment as a p.irt of the Constitution. — The ScAema de 
fide proclaimed by the (Ecumenical Council. 

APRIL. 
8. The Indiana penitentiary, at Jeffersonville, bnmed. — The Irish Force bill passed both Houses of Parliament. 
4. Ministerial crisis In France. —The trial of Daniel McFarland, the murderer of A. D. Richardson, commences in 
New York. — The Corps Legislatif of France pass a vote of confidence in the Ministry, by a vote of 227 to 4.'?. 
6. General Robert E. Lee holds a public reception In Augusta, Ga. 8. The North German Parliament adjourns. — 
The colored people of the United States very generally celebrate the adoption of the Fifteenth Amendment. 11. A 
great earthquake occurs at Batang, Chlua,"in Which over three thousand persons are killed. 15. The American 
Anti-Slavery Society, after an existence of thirty-seven years, dissolves, l:!. Moutpensier convicted of murder of 
Prince de Bourbon. 18. The Georgia Legislature convenes. — 'The Ohio Legislature adjourns. 19. The Duchess de 
Berry, the mother of Count de Chambord. the legitimate pretender to the throne of France, dies. 22. The steamer 
Thomas Truman, while at sea, struck by lightning and burned ; all on board were saved by a passing vessel. — 
Major Sigourney, the poet, commits suicide. — The funeral of Burlingame, the American Chiuese Embasutdor, takes 
place at Boston. 23. Plebiscite ordered, 24, Rev. C. U. liorgess consecrated Catholic bishop of Detroit, at the 
cathedral In Cincinnati. 26. The New York Legislature adjourns. 27. The Capitol building at Richmond, Va., 
falls down, killing seventy-five and wounding over two hundred — many of them mortally. — Marie, President of 
the French provisional government in 1848, die« at Paris. — Report of outrages against the Jews In Roumania. 

KLAY. 

8. A terrific hall-storm sweeps over Philadelphia, breaking $250/)0O worth of glass. 11. In the international 
yacht race, In the English Channel, between the Sappho and Ca.nV>ria, the former ^American) wins an easy victory. 
— The vote on the pUbUciium in Francev the empire is sustained by an overwhelming majority. 12. The Canadian 
Parliament prorogued by the Governor-General. — General Logan elected Grand Commander of the Grand Array 
of the Republic. -^ Fearful accident by collision on the Missouri Pacific Railroad : twenty-five killed and forty -one 
wounded. 13. The Virginia House of Delcg:\tes refuses to strike the word " white " from the Constitution, by a 
vote of 67 to 22. — Count Stockelburg, the Russian Minister to France, dies at Paris. — A formidable rebellion com- 
mences in the Argentine Confederation, and Gener.il Urquza, of that country, is shot by an assassin. — The Emperor 
of Russia arrives at Beriln. — The postal treaty between the United States and the North German Confederation is 
r .tified by the latter country. 14. Hon. F. T. Baccus, of Cleveland, Ohio, dies. — Theodore Clay, a son of thp late 



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Henrv Clay, dies In the asylum at Lexington, Ky. 16. Governor Hoflfinan vetoea the New York city Arcade Rail- 
road bill. 17. The town of Henderson, N. C., rtentroyed by fire. — The French Cabinet re-orpinized. — Eleakiin 
LIttell, founder of Littell's Livinj? Age, dies at Boston, aped 78. 19. Elmore's shoe factory at North Brainrird, 
Mass., biim«; loss, $100,000. 22. General Falcon, ex-president of Veneinela, dies at Martinique. 24. Great fire 
in Quebec ; 421 houses burned. —The ofBce of the Republican, St. Louis, burns ; loss, $176,000. 25. The Fenians 
under General O'Neill, attempt to Invade Canada ; O'Neill arrested by the United States Marshal, and the " war '' 
Ingloriously terminate*.' 28. The wife of Senator Wilson, of Massachusetts, diet. 31. The Rhode Island Legisla- 
ture convenes. 

JUNE. 
1. Rodolphe becomes the billiard champion of America, by defeating Dion at New York. — The comer stone over 
the Baron ae Steuben's ^rrave, at St«ulien, N. Y., laid by (>ovemor Seymour. 3. The Indians on the war-path near 
Fort Hays. — Bismarck and Kin^ William gcf to Ems to meet the Czar. — Destructive storm on the North Pacific 
coast : iMany vessels wrecked. 6. The Reform Republicans elect their ticket in Washington city. 8. Spotted Tail, 
Red Cloud and other Indian chiefs hold a pow-wow with President Grant In Washington. 14. The <'Red Stock- 
ings" Base Ball Club receive their first defeat in two years at the hands of the Atlantics, of New York ; score, 8 
to 7. 15. Opening of the ereat Sangerfest In Cincinnati. 16. Akerman nominated as Attorney-General. 20. 
Intensely hot weather In New York ; many fatal cases of sunstroke. 21. Large firo in Montreal, C.inada ; loss, 
$500,000. 23. Cholera rages at Havana. 27. Imposing ceremonies over the driving of the last spike in the Denver 
Pacific Railroad. 38. Great fire at St. Roch, Canada ; lots, $1,100,000. 

JULY. 
1. Gold lis 1-4.— The thermometer IDS* In the shade at Om.-iha. 2. The town of Orrvllle, Cal., destsoyed by 
fire. 4. The French charQ. d'afairu at Berlin notifies the Prussian government of the bad effect produced in 
France by the candidature of Prince Leopold of Hohenzollem for the throne of Spain. 6. The Due dte Gr.iiuont, 
French Minister of Foreign Affairs, makes a significant declaration on the same subject in the Corps Legislatif. 7. 
Great excitement among the laboring men on account of the introduction of Chinese labor in a shoe manufactory at 
North Adams, Mass. 8. Akerman takes the oath of office as Attornev-General of the United Stales.— Railroad shops 
at Bro<-kville, Canad.-^ burned ; loss $125,000. 11. Tha Tennessee Legislature adjourns. — The Virjrinia In-gislature 
adjourns. 12. Prince Leopold renounces the candidature of the throne of Spain. 13. Mike McCoole, the pufrilist, 
shot and badly wounded iu St. Louis. — Count Benedetti. the French Ambassador, demands from King William, at 
Ems, assurances against a renewal of the candidature of Prince Leopold, which the king peremptorily refuses. Ifi. 
Fi-ance declares war against Prussia. 16. The Prussians enter France : Najwleon goes to the front. 17. Cotton- 
seed Oil Works at New Orieans bum; loss $100,000. — The Britannia Works at Meriden, Conn., burnt; loss 
$400j000.— George C. King, ex-M. C. frjm Rhode Island, dies. 18. Papal Infallibility proclaimed. 19. General 
Shend.\n ordered to proceed to Europe to watch the progress of the war. — French declaration of war formally 
delivered to Count Hismark at Berlin. 20. Bavaria (leclares her willingness to do duty as ally of Pmssia. 21. 
Capt, C. P. Hall appointed to command the Arctic expedition, 24. Fight between the French and Prussians near 
Sa-aibnick; the latter victorious. 26. Little, Brown A Co.'s bookstore, Boston, bums; loss $125,000. 27. King 
William of Prussia goes to the front. 28. Benjamin Nathan, a prominent broker of New York, murdered by 
unknown assassins. — Fire at Princeton, N. J. ; loss $200,000. 29. Napoleon takes the field. 

AUGUST. 
1. Gold, 120 7-S. — The MIssisquol House at Sheldon, Vt., burned; loss $100,000. — Publication of a secret treaty 
between France and Prussia. 2.' The French cross the Prussian frontier and attack Saarbmck, but are repulsed. — 
The Lowell Flour Mill, Jeffersonville, N. Y., burns ; loss $100,0^K). 3. Napoleon sends dispatch to Eugenie 
describing the conduct of the Prince Imiy;rial under fire. 4. Battle of Weissenbnrg ; the Prussians victorious ; Gen. 
Douay slain. — Dreadful riot between Oran^jemen and Ribbonmen (Irish), New York city. 6. Marshal McMahon 
routed at Worth by the Crown Prince, with a loss of six thousand prisoners. — General Frossard defeated at 
Saarbruck and Forbach by divisions of the Prussian armies (first and second) commanded by General Steinmetz and 
Prince Frederick Charles ; the whole French line begins a precipitate retreat ; martial law proclaimed In Paris. 7. 
Terrible accident on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad ; many killed and wounded. 8. The Pmsslans menace 
MeU. — Napoleon reported dangerously 111. — The Parisians demand the dethronement of Napoleon. 9. Stras- 
bourg Invested and summoned to surrender. — Marshal Bazaine assumes command of the main French amiies. — 
Fall of the OUivier Ministry. —Count Palikao intrusted with the formation of a new cabinet. 10. Jeff. Davis sails 
for Europe. — The Prince Imperial arrives iu London. — The French Republic proclaimed at Tonlon. 13. Stras- 
bourg capitulates to the Prussians. 14. The Prussians occupy Nancy and break the French line on the Moselle. — 
BazaTne begins his retreat from Metz ; severe battle before "that fortress; General Steinmetz drives the French 
within tlie fortifications ; heavy losses on both sides. 16. Great battle at Mars-la-Tour ; FVince Frederick Charles 
stops the retreat of Bazaine, and forces him to fall back on Metz. 18. Battle of Gravelotte, or Reionville ; Bazaine, 
after an obstinate and bloody contest, forced to retire within the fortifications of Metz. 19. Fire at Canyon city, 
Cal. ; loss, $250,000. — The French at Metz try to cut their way out, but are driven back with heavy loss. 20. 
Terrible defeat of the French at Gravelotte. 23. The seige of Metz begins. — Flour mills at Alleghany City bum ; 
loss, $.100,000. — Porter commissioned Admiral. 24. A "Committee of Public Defense" appointed to govern 
France. — McMahon assumes command of four corps destined to operate for the relief of Bazaine. 27. Pmsslans 
repulsed at Verdun. 30. A part of McMahon 's army routed at Beaumont ; the Prussians take 6,000 prisoners ; the 
French umy begin a retreat toward Sedan. 31. The" French continue the retreat, harassed and almost encircled by 
the Gerouuit. — Biuaine mAkes a vigorous but vain effort to break through the army Investing Met*. 

SEPTEMBER, 
1. The German Crown Prince defeat* the French, under Marshal McMahon, »t Carignon. — The safe in the 

Methodist Book Concern, New York, robbed of $150,000. 2. Terrific storm at Long Branch ; great destruction of 
property. — Wimpffen surrenders Sedan with 84,000 men, besides 14,000 wounded, and 480 guns of every descrip- 
tion : the Emperor Napoleon^ surrenders at the same time. 3. J. Biraey Marshall, a well known jouraallst, killed 
at Memphis by falling from a window. 4. Farwell A Co.'s dry eoods store at Chicago, burned ; loss, $1,500,000. — 
The surrender of Sedan made known in Paris; stormy sitting of the Corps LeelslatU; the Right withdraws, and 
the Left decrees the deposition of Napoleon ; the Republic proclaimed at the Hotel de Ville. 5. The government 
of N:Uional Defense constituted. «. Schuyler Colfax, Vice-President of the United States announces his retire- 
ment from politics. —Ole Bull, the great violinist, married at Madison, Wisconsin, to Sallie Thorpe. — Eugenie 
and N.^poleon's ministers flee from France. 9. Surrender of L«on, followed by a destmctlve explosion. 10. Brom- 
ley'* carpet factory in Philadelphia bums; loss, $125,000. 11. The German armies comntence their march on 
Paris. —The town of Edgewater, N. Y., burned ; loss, *150,0<X). — Victor Hugo, after an exile of twenty years, 
returns to Paris. 12. General Cortona, at the head of the Italian troops, enters the Papal territories. 13. The 
Pope protests. 16. The city of Strasbourg surrenders to the Germans. — The German army arrives in front of 
Paris. — Grant recognizes the French Republic. — A fatal case of yellow fever on Governor's island. John Kittl, 
aged 108 ye.irs, the oldest citizen of Baltimore, dies. 18. Rome invested. 19. Paris invested. — General Dncrot 
defeated in front of the southern forts by the army of the Prussian Crown Prince. — Jules Favre ha* an Interview 
with Bismarck. 20. Breaking up of Jules Favre's peace negotiations. 21. Rome occnpIe«l. — The Rev. W. W. 



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Nile* consecrated Episcopal bishop of New Hampshire. 22. Jules Favre yUIU Kiny William In behalf of the 
French Republic — The French, under General Vinoy, defeated near Paris. 23. Capitulation of Toul to the Ger- 
mans .ifter a vigorous resistance. 24. Great snowstorm on the Western Plains. — Colonel Joseph IC, brother of 
JetT. Davis, dies at Jackson, Miss. — The siege of Paris commences. 25. A great battle Uikes place north of Paris, 
in which the French are badly defeated. 26. The Prussians are defeated south of Paris. — The French capital 
removed to Tours. —The vellow fever rages at New Orleans. — Ex-Governor Packer die* at Willianisport, Pa. — 
Colonel Charles Harrod, a' member of General Jackson's staff at the battle of New Orleans, dies in the latter tity. 
27. General Uhrich, the commander at Strasbourg, offers to capitulate. 23. The garrison of Strasl)ourg, 17,000 
strong, lays down iU arms ; heavy captures of war material by the Germ.ins. '29. A terrible rain storm prevails in 
the I)lue fiidjje region of Virgini.-i) flooding the country and interrupting railroad communication in all directioni. 
oO. A sortie from Paris, in force, under General Vinoy, repulsed by the Crown Prince. 

OCTOBER. 

1 . The Crown Prince defeated near Mount Valerien. — Thier's mission to Rassia, In favor of peace, proves • fail- 
ure. —The French make a grand sortie from Paris, but are driven back. 2. The result of the great freshet in Vir- 
ginia is 100 lives lost, and $4,000,000 worth of property destroyed. 3. The national Scheutzenfest opens in Cincin- 
nati. 5. Ex-Governor Connolly dies at Augusta, Me.'— John Allen, the " wickedest man," dies in New York. — 
The French make a sortie at Metz, and are defeated. 6. The National Commercial Convention convenes in Cin- 
cinnati. — General O'Neil, the Fenian leader, is pardoned by President Grant. — Great freshet in the James and 
York rivers ; also in the Shenandoah river. 7. A furious att-ick by Bazaine on the Prussian lines north of Meti 
repulsed with heavy loss on both sides. 8. The French make a grand night sortie at Metz, but are driven back. 9. 
Garibaldi arrives at Tours, and ofl'ers his services to the French Republic. 10. Ex-Governor Hartley dies at Mans- 
field, Ohio. — Defeat of a part of the French amiy of the Loire at Artenay. — Slaverj- conditionally abolished in 
Cuba by Spanish regency. H. The army of the Loire defeated with heavy loss before'Orleans ; the city occupied 
by the Germans. 12. The 378th anniversary of the discovery of America by Columbus celebrated at Boston.— 
The Imperial Palace at St. Cloud destroyed by the French cannon. 14. The Roman Catholic archbishop of Quebec 
dies. — A terrible hurricane sweeps over Cuba, causing a loss of 2,000 lives. 16. Capitulation of Soissons. 18. 
The French make a successful sortie south of Paris. — The Germans capture Soissons, after a hard battle. 19. The 
steamer Cambria lost on the coast of Ireland, with all on b^ard, excepting one. 20. Dr. Rolf, a leader in the 
Canadian rebellion of 1838, dies at Toronto, aged 84. —An earthquake occurs in Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, 
the New England States and Canada. — A violent hurricane, ranging west of Havana, destroys property to the 
amount of $27,000,000. 21. R-ilph, the great opera singer, dies. 22. The Italians occupy Rome. — The Italian 
Prince, the Duke of Aosta, is elected King of Spam. — A sortie from Fort du Mont Valerien repulsed. — Earthquake 
throughout Central New York and Northern Ohio. 25. Great auroral display throuehont the United States. — The 
peace negotiations between Bismarck and Favre prove frnitless. — Capitulation of Schlesstadt. 27. Great fire at 
Tunchannock, Pa.; loss, $125,f'00. — The city of Metz, and the French army under Baiaine, comprising 173,000 
men and immense quanities of artillery and munitions of war, after a long siege, surrender to the Germans, 30. 
Capitulation of Dijon. , 

NOVEMBER. 

1. United States Attorney A. B. Long, assassinated at New Orleans. — King William commissions Prince Fritx 
and Frederick William Field Marshals. — B.ittle at St. Denis ; the Germans victorious. — Gambetta, leader of the 
French, issues a proclamation, declaring his intention of dying in the last ditch. — Hon. C. Delano enters on his 
duties as Secretary of the Interior. —Terrific explosion of nitro-glycerine at Palnesville, Ohio. 2. Garibaldi cap- 
tures 1.000 Germans. 4. A. P. Crittenden, a prominent lawyer of San Francisco, shot by Mrs. Laura Fair, his 
former mistress. 5. The General Conference of the Lutheran Church of North America meets at Lancaster, Ohio. 

— Tom Allen whips Gallagher in a prize-fight near St. Louis. 6. The French are defeated and routed near Belfort. 

— The terms of peace proposed by Bismarck are rejected by the French, the armistice brought to an end, and the 
war recommences. — The express train robbed of a large amount of valuables, near Reno, on the Central Pacific 
Railroad. —The French detested near Dijon. — The Boston lead works burned: loss, $250,000. 8. The French 
armv of the Loire defeat the Prussians at Poisley. 10. A freight depot at Bviffalo bums ; loss, $600,000. —The 
woolen mills at Richmond, Indiana, burn ; loss, $iOO,000. — A great political riot at Donaldsonville, Louisiana; 
manv killed. — The French recajjture Orleans, after a bloody battle. — President Grant appoints General A. Pleas- 
anton Commissioner of Internal Revenue. 12. Sprague's bobbin works at Lawr.^nie, Mass., bum ; loss, $150,000. 

— Colonel Ceral St. Vrain, one of the oldest trappers on the plains, dies in New Mexico. 13. Russia formally 
demands the abrogation of the treaty of 1856. 15. The French take Dijon. 17. The French make a successful 
sortie from Paris. 18. The French make a disastrous sortie at Montmedy. 20. Garibaldi defeats the Germans at 
Chattilon, and captures 1,000 prisoners. 21. The steamers City of Evansville, Norman, Pine BlulT, and a wharf 
boat, bum at Evansville, Indi.ana ; loss, $200,000. 22. The Pope issues a bull declaring that he cannot surrender 
any of the property of the church, which he holds only as trustee ; it pronounces a major excommunication against 
those who order, commit, or a^ist in the robbery of the church, or are in any way connected therewith. 24. The 
North German Parliament opened. 26. The French army of the Loire gain another victory. 97. The Germans 
repulsed near Amiens. 29. The Pope excommunicates King Victor Emanuel of Italy. 

DECEMBER. 
I. Gold 110 3-4. — Hard fighting around Paris ; the French defeated at all points. — A grand sortie of the French 
from Paris ; they are defeateil. — The Germans defeated near Orleans. 2. Russia accepts the proposition of a con- 
ference of the Great Powers to settle the Euxine difficulty. 6. The French retreat from Orlenns. 7. The Loire 
army retreats. 8. The proposition to declare King William Emperur of Germany first announced. 9. The army 
of P"rince Frederick Charles repulsed south of Orleans. — The Germans advance against Havre. — King William 
accepts the title of Emperor of Germany. — The French government removes to Bordeaux. 11. The army of the 
Loire defeated at Meung. 12. In tlie United States House of Representatives, Joseph H. Ralney, colored member 
elect from a South Carolina district, is sworn in. 13. King William dem.ands the surrender of Paris. — Garibaldi 
resigns the command of the Vosges army. — Great battle at Beaugency ; after four days' fighting the French retreat. 

— Pfalzbnrg capitulates to the Prussians. 14. A resolution is adopted .in the North C.irolina House of Repre- 
sentatives impeaching Governor Holden. 15. Tlie Germans occupy Blois. — The French recapture La Fere and 
march on Laon. — Montmedy surrenders to the Prussians. — Great drawn battle at Vendome. — Extensive fire on 
Front street, Cincinnati ; loss, $150,0;)0. 19. The French make a gre.it sortie from Paris. — The French re-occupy 
%'ierzon. — A tank of the Cincinnati gns-works explodes. — A grand sortie at Paris, and a drawn battle. 20. Great 
speech of Sumner in the United States Senate, denouncing Grant's S.an Domingo policy. — The ste.amer Nick Wall 
sunk in the Mississippi river, near Grand lake, and twenty lives lost. 22. The Senate confimis General Schenck as 
Minister to England. — Turkey makes active preparations for the contemplated war with Russia. 23. The Itali.an 
Chamber of Deputies adopt a resolution for the removal of the capital of Italy from Florence to Rome within six 
months. —The army of the Loire defeated by the Prussians. —A grand sortie from Paris. 94. The Spottswood 
Hou?c, Richmond, Va., burns ; twelve lives lost. — Pool and Pentecost buildings, including job office of Detnoerai 
and Chrmielc, Rochester, destroyed by tire ; loss, $150,000. 26. The Mont Cenis Tunnel through the Alps, seven 
miles in length, after twelve years' labor, is completed. 97. The woolen factory at Cornwall, Canada, bnms ; 
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