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S. C. HUTCHIXS, Compiler. 



9 
CONTENTS. Page. 

ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENA, Eclipses, etc 1 

CALENDAR FOR 1869 — Terms of the Supreme Court of New York; Christian and Jewish Cain 

days, and interesting statistical items, 2-13 

DNITED STATES GOVERNMENT — President, Vic- President and Cabinet officers, with their duties, ... U 

UNITED STATES JUDICIARY— Supreme Court, Judges, iheir residences and salaries ; Circuits of; Terms 
of the Second Circuit and District Courts of New York, and Officers of the same, with their residences 

and salaries, 15 

XLth CONGRESS — Names, residences, districts, politics, etc., of Senators and Representatives ; popu- 
lar vote of Members and their opponents 16-J8 

XLI«t CONGRESS (as far as chosen) —Senators, their post office addresses, politics and terms of service ; 

members, and their opponents, with their politics, 29-31 

STATE GOVERNMENTS — Governors, their terms, politics and salaries; Legislatures, political com- 
plexion, place and time of meeting-, 32-33 

ELECTION RETURNS BY STATES, 1660-1868, inclusive, 34-63 

ELECTION RETUENS BY TOWNS — Connecticut. Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, 

Delaware, Rhode Island, 04-98 

CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION RETURNS BY COUNTIES, compared with I806, 99-109 

SKETCH BOOK — Impeachment, Congress, titles and synopsis of acts, Reconstruction, Suffrage, Provi- 
sions of the new Constitutions, Amnesty Proclamations, Fourteenth amendment and State action 
thereon, Republican and Democratic platforms. Letters of Grant, Seymour and Blair, E'ectornl quali- 
fications of the different States and Foreign events 1 10-133 

GOVERNMENT OF NEW \ORK — Executive and Deportment Officers, their politics, residences, etc.,.. 134 
JUDICIARY OF NEW YORK — Judges of Court of Appeals ar.d Supreme Court, with terms, residences, 

politics, and districts i3 - 

LEGISLATURE OF NEW YORK — Senate and Assembly districts, their population ; names, residences, 

politics and biographies of Members, and popular vote of candidates compared with preceding elections, J38 

SHERIFFS, COUNTY CLERKS AND COUNTY TOWNS of the State of New York l SK 

COUNTY JUDGES AND SURROGATES of the State of New York, with their residences 159 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS AND TREASURERS of the State of New York, with their residences 100 

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S. C. HUTCHINS, Compiler. 



CONTENTS. 

ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENA, Eclipses, etc. 

CALENDAR FOR 1869 — Terms of the Supreme Court of New York; Christian and Jewish C-: 

days, and interesting statistical items, 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT — President, Vic-President and Cabinet officers, with their duties, ... 

UNITED STATES JUDICIARY — Supreme Court, Judges, their residences and salaries ; Circuits of; Terms 
of the Second Circuit and District Court* of New York, and Officers of the same, with their residence* 
and salaries 

XLth CONGRESS — Names, residences, districts, politics, etc., of Senators and Representatives; popu- 
lar vote of Members and their opponents 

XLIit CONGRESS (as far as chosen) —Senators, their poat office addressee, politics and terms of service ; 
members, and their opponents, with tlielr politics, 

STATE GOVERNMENTS — Governors, their terms, politics und salaries; Legislatures, political com- 
plexion, place and time of meeting, 

ELECTION RETURNS BY STATES, 1660-1868, inclusive 

ELECTION RETURNS BY TOWNS - Connecticut. Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, 
Delaware, Rhode Island, 

CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION RETURNS BY COUNTIES, compared with :*>>, 

SKETCH BOOK — Impeachment, Congress, titles and synopsis of acts, Reconstruction, Suffrage, Provi- 
sions of the new Constitutions, Amnesty Proclamations, Fourteenth amendment and State actioil 
thereon, Republican and Democratic platforms. Letters of Grant, Seymour and Blair, E'ectorel quali- 
fications of the different States and Foreign events 

GOVERNMENT OF NEW YORK — Executive and Department Officers, their politics, residences, etc.,.. 

JUDICIARY OF NEW YORK — Judges of Court of Appeals ar.d Supreme Court, with terms, residences, 
politics, and districts 

LEGISLATURE OF NEW YORK — Senate and Assembly districts, their population ; names, residences, 
politics and biographies of Members, and popular vote of candidates compared with preceding elections, 

SHERIFFS, COUNTY CLERKS AND COUNTY TOWNS of the State of New York 

COUNTY JUDGES AND SURROGATES of the State of N. w V-.rk. with their residences 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS AND TREASURERS of the State of New York, with their residences 

SINGLE COPIES, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. 

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A TREATISE UPON THE 

CRIMINAL LAW AND PRACTICE IN THE STATE OP NEW YORK. 

WITH AN APPENDIX OF PRECEDENTS, FOBMS, Etc. 
By John EC. COLBY, Counselor-al Law 2 Vols., 8V0. 
is n work that has long been needed by tin- Legal Profession of this state, and will 
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■ i:\vi THOMPSON, <'ounselor-nt-Law, Author of Provisional Remedies, etc. 

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mlHslonen and Overseers, Laying Out, Altering and Discontinuing Highways, 

a- -■■ -in. nt and l'ei lormaiiee of Labor. Obstructions, Encroachments, Travel on High- 

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THE 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 



1869. 



Phenomena for 1S89. 

Morning Stars. — Venus until May 9. Mars not this year. Jupiter from April 17 
to August 12. Saturn until March 7. • 

Evening; Stars. — Venus from May 9 to end of the year. Mars all the year. Jupi- 
ter until April 17, and after August 12. Saturn from March 7 to December 11. 

Mercury will be in a favorable position to be seen February 1, May 26, and September 
22, being then brightest, and setting soon after the Sun. Also March 21, July 19, and 
November 7, being then brightest again, and in the east before sunrise. 

Mars will be brightest about February 13, rising about sunset. 

Jupiter will be brightest November S, rising about sunset. 

Saturn will be brightest June 4, rising about sunset. 

Venus will not be very conspicuous until toward the close of the year. Until October 
its form will not vary much from a circle, but its phase becomes very gibbous then : and 
at the time of its greatest eastern elongation from the Sun, December 13, it becomes a 
half-circle of large size; and after that it becomes a crescent. 

Eclipses. 
There will be four Eclipses this year, two of the Sun, and two of the Moon, as follows: 

I. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, January 27. in the evening; visible. Size, 5>£ digits 
on the northern limb. In California and Oregon, the Moon will rise eclipsed. 

II. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun.Februarv 11: invisible in North America, but visible 
in the southern part of Smith America and in South Africa. 

III. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, July 23 ; invisible in North America. 

IV. A Total Eclipse of the Sun, August 7 (Saturday), in the afternoon ; visible as such 
in part of Iowa. Illinois. Kentucky. West Virginia, and North Carolina. The Eclipse 
will be total at noon in Alaska, lat. e\o 46.9' north, long. 68° 4.6' west of Washington. The 
line of central and total eclipse from thence runs southeasterly, touching the coast near 
Sitka: tlience passes into British America, and enters the United States near the origin 
of Milk river, long. 303 \v. From thence it passes through the southwest corner of Min- 
nesota, crosses the Mississippi river rufar Burlinsrton. Iowa, and proceeds through Illinois 
just north of Springfield, and cros/es the Ohio river near Louisville. It then runs 
through Kentucky and North Carolina, passing just south of Tialeigh. and entering the 
Atlantic near Newbern and Beaufort. N. C. North of this line the Eclipse will be partial 
the southern limb being eclipsed: and south of the line it will also be partial, the north- 
ern limb being eclipsed. 

The Eclipse first touches the Earth at sunrise, in lat. 36° 53.3' N.. long. I380 37.4/ \y at 
2h. 29.7m. p. >r.. Washington time. It becomes central and total first in lat. 52^ 41 9' N 
long. 165° 2tf.4' W., at sunrise there, or 3h. 37.sm. Washington time. Tbe Total Eclipse 
leaves the Earth in lat. 31° 15.2' N., in long. 35(P 26.4' W., at sunset. The Partial Eclipse 
ends upon the Earth, at the last contact, in lat. LP 4S.9' N., long. 133 10' W. at sunset 
there, or 7h. 15.6 m., Washington time. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



1st Month. 



JANUARY, 1869. 



31 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Washt'n. 


Charles'n Sun 0n roeri ?- 
onaries n. or noon mar ij. 




DAT. 


B M. 


11 M 


n. m 


H. M. 


D. 


u. 


«. 8. 


Third Quarter 


a 


1 39 mo. 


1 27 mo. 


1 15 mo. 


1 3 mo. 


12 


3 38 


New M 
First Cj 


OON 


12 

20 


2 9ev. 
7 42 ev. 


1 57 ev. 
7 30 ev. 


1 45 ev. 

7 18 ev. 


1 33 ev 
7 6ev 


. 9 
. 17 


12 
12 1 


7 38 




33 


FullM 




27 


8 40 ev. 


8 34 ev. 


8 22 ev. 


8 10 ev 


. 25 


12 1 


SJ 44 












CALENDAR 


CALENDAE 


CALENDAR 




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For N Y City, Phil., Conn., 


For Wash. Md.Va. 


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


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BETS. 


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22 57 50 


7 30 


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7 19 


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SUPREME COURT -Terms for January. 



t i H i:. 
1st Mun. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
1st Tues. 

do 

'-'1 Mun., 
do 
do 
do 
do 



TERM. 

O'l Term,. 

C'UP'rt 1), 

C'KP'rt 2), 

S. T. (Ch.), 

do do 

do do 

O.AO.&T., 

do do 

do do 

do do 

O'l Term,. 

do do 
C.&0.&T., 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 



PLACE. 

N. York. 

do 

do 

do 

Klmpj 

Dutchess 

Cortland, 

Cayuga, .. 

Monroe,. 

Corning,. 

Bcbe'dy. 

Nyracse. 

Kings 

Goshen. .. 
Col'mbia 
Ulster, ... 
Otsego, ... 



Parker. 



JUSTICE. 


TIME. 


TERM. 




2d M»n„ 


C.&O.AT., 




2d Tues., 


Sp'l Term, 




3d Mon. 


C.AO.&T., 




do 


do do 


Gilbert. 


do 


do do 


Barnard. 


do 


do do 


Board man. 


do 


do do 


Welles. 


3d Tues. 


do do 


K. D.Smith. 


do 


Sp'l Term, 


Johnson. 


4th Mon 


C.&O.&T., 




do 


do do 




do 


do do 


Gilbert. 


do 


do do 


Tappen. 


L't Mon 


Sp'l Term, 


Miller. 


L'tTues 


do do 


Ingalls. 


do 


G'l Term, _ 



PLACE. 

Ohat'qua. 

Utica 

Saratoga. 
Oswego. .. 
To'pkins, 
Wayne, .. 
Orleans,.. 
Clinton, .. 

Erie, 

Albany, .. 
Liv'gs'n, 
Cattgus, 
Niagara, 
Monroe,.. 
Albany,- 
Broome. 



JUSTICE. 

Marvin. 

Bacon. 

Potter. 

Morgan. 

Balconi. 

J. C. Smith. 

Davis. 

Bosekrans. 

Barker. 

Miller. 

Johnson. 

Barker. 

Davis. 

E. D. Smith. 

Peckham. 



Tn ■ loss on bullion, through imperfect processes of- reduction, amounted in 18G7 to 
186,000,000. 



a 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



2d Month. 



FEBRUARY, 1869. 



28 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Washt'n. 


Charles'n. 


Sun on merid. 
or noon mark. 




DAT. 


II u 


II M. 


B. M. 


H M 


D. 


ii u. a. 


Third Quarter, 


3 


12 ev. 


12 mo 


11 48 mo. 


11 30 mo. 


1 


12 13 55 


New M 
First ( 


OON 


11 
19 


9 10 mo. 
U 22 ev. 


8 58 mo 

II 10 rV 


8 Hi mo. 
11 5s mo. 


8 34 mo. 
11 4G mo. 


9 

17 


12 14 29 




12 11 31 


Full U 


OON, 


26 


7 20 mo. 


7 8 mo 


G 5G mo 


6 44 mo. 


25 


12 13 12 










2 


CALENDAR 


1 CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


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For N Y City. Phil.. Conn., 


ForWaah. Md.Va. 


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5 5 


Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J., Penu..O., Ind.,111. 


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 


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SETS 


RISES. 




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H M. 


11 u. 


II 51 


H M. 


II M. 


II M. 


II. M 


B. M. 


B. M. 


II M. 


1 


M". 


I« 56 3 


7 11 


5 11 11 2 


3 14 


7 11 


5 18 


11 1 111 59 


7 7 


5 21 


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16 38 39 


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5 15 


morn 


4 4 


7 10 


5 19 


morn lev 51 


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5 23 


in or 


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5 24 


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Th. 


10 2 59 


7 11 


5 IS 


1 15 


6 


7 7 


5 21 


1 12 


2 46 


7 4 


5 25 


1 9 


5 


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1.'> II 41 


7 10 


5 19 


2 17 


7 


7 


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3 46 


7 3 


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2 10 


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15 20 13 


7 9 


5 21 


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29 11 18 


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5 20 


sets |ll 55 


7 


5 30 


sots 


8 40 


6 57 


5 33 


sets 


12 


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13 29 50 


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43 morn 


6 58 


5 31 


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55 


5 34 


6 47 


13 


Sa, 


13 I 37 


7 


5 29 


7 40 


34 


57 


5 32 


7 42 


9 57 


6 54 


5 35 


7 43 


11 


V 


12 49 12 


G 59 


5 30 


8 37 


1 11 


6 50 


5 34 


8 38 


10 31 


6 53 


5 36 


8 38 


15 


M. 


12 28 34 


6 57 


5 32 


9 31 


1 47 


6 55 


5 35 


9 31 


11 7 


6 52 


5 38 


9 33 


10 


I'm 


12 7 44 


6 50 


5 33 


10 31 


2 24 


6 53 


5 3G 


10 30 


11 47 


6 51 


5 39 


10 28 


17 


W. 


11 40 43 


6 54 


5 35 


11 30 


3 2 


6 52 


5 37 


11 28 


morn 


49 


5 40 


11 25 


IS 


Tli. 


11 25 31 


6 53 


5 30 


iii urn 


3 45 


51 


5 39 morn 


31 


6 48 


5 41 


mor 


19 


Fc 


11 4 8 


(i 52 


5 38 


29 


4 31 


6 49 


5 40 


26 


1 21 


6 47 


5 42 


23 


20 


Ssi. 


10 12 35 


50 


5 39 


1 30 


5 30 


6 48 


5 41 


1 20 


2 16 


6 40 


5 44 


1 23 


21 


C 


10 20 52 


6 48 


5 40 


2 32 


33 


G 40 


5 43 


2 28 


3 19 


6 44 


5 45 


2 24 


<><> 


M 


9 58 59 


47 


5 42 


3 31 


7 40 


G 45 


5 44 


3 27 


4 25 


43 


5 46 


3 22 


83 


Tn. 


9 30 58 


45 


5 43 


4 28 


S 47 


G 44 


5 45 


4 23 


5 32 


6 42 


5 47 


4 19 


21 


W. 


9 14 49 


6 44 


5 45 


5 21 


9 49 


G 42 


5 40 


5 17 


6 35 


40 


5 48 


5 13 


2,') 


TH. 


8 52 30 


6 42 


5 40 


6 10 


10 48 


41 


5 48 


6 7 


7 32 


G3S 


5 49 


6 3 


26 


Fr. 


8 30 4 


41 


5 47 


rises ill 38 


G 39 


5 49 


rises 


8 20 


6 37 


5 51 


rises 


27 


Sa. 


8 7 31 


fi 39 


5 49 


7 30 ev 25 


38 


5 50 


7 31 


9 12 


G 30 


5 52 


7 31 


28 





7 44 50 


6 38 


5 50 


8 42 1 14 

i 


G 37 


5 51 


8 42 


10 


6 34 


5 53 


8 41 



SUPREME COURT - Terms for February. 



TIME. 

1st Mon. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
•2d Mon., 



TKRM. 
S. T.,(ISS.), 

Ov'r^Ter. 

C't (P'rt 1), 

C't (P'rt 2), 

C't (P'rt 3), 

S. T. (<Jh.), 

do do 

do do 

C.*0.&T., 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

G'lTerm,_ 



PLACE. 

N. York. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
\V. Pl'ns, 

Kings, 

Montg'ry 
Syracuse 
Di'law're, 
Madison, 
Monroe, - 
Kings. 



JUSTICE. 



Tappen. 

Barnard. 

Rosekrans. 

Bacon. 

Board man. 

Parker. 

Welles. 



TIME. 

2d Mon,, 

do 

do 
2d Tu.es., 
3d Mon., 

do 

do 

do 
3d Tues., 
4th Mon., 
4th Tues., 

do 
L't Mon., 
L'tTues., 



TERM. 

C.& 0.& T., 
do do 

G'l Term,.. 

Sp'l Term, 

C.&O.AT., 
do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sp'l Term, 
do do 



PLACE. 

RenssTr. 
Ontario,.. 
Buffalo. 
Oswego, .. 
Greene,... 

Utica 

Chen'ngo 

Tioga 

St. L'nce, 
Belmont. 
Franklin 
S'dyHill, 
Monroe,- 
Albany. .. 



JUSTICE. 

Hogeboom. 
J. C. Smith. 

Foster. 

Ingalls. 

Mullin. 

Balcom. 

Parker. 

Bockes. 

Marvin. 

Bockes. 

Rosekrans. 

Welles. 

Miller. 



Cavnon us. Ships'-armor. — In the sharp struggle for superiority between attack and 
delV-n.se. the victory seems to rest at present with the cannon. Experiments prove that 
the American smooth-bore 15-inch cannon will send its 4-40 lt>. round shot through any 
armor-plates in the British navy. Twenty-inch guns are now made, and it is question- 
able whether the momentum given to their huge 1,000 tt». balls can be withstood by any 
available plated-armor. 

The electric light, employed in French light-houses, Is too strong for the unpro- 
tected eye, and can be seen thirty miles off at sea. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



3d Month. 



MARCH, 1869. 



31 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Washt'n. 


Charles'n 


Sun on merid. 
• or noon mark. 






DAT. 


H. 11. 


H. M. 


n. u. 


R. M. 


D. 


B. M. B. 


Third Quarter 





59 mo 


47 mo. 


35 mo. 


23 mr 


». 1 


12 12 27 


New M 
First Q 






13 
21 


4 2 mo. 

1 10 mo. 


3 50 mo. 

58 mo. 


3 38 mo. 
4G mo. 


3 26 mo 9 
31 mo. 17 


12 10 36 




12 8 22 


Full Vloox, . . 




27 


4 49 ev. 


4 37 ev. 


4 25 ev. 


4 13 ev 


25 


12 5 57 






. 


2 




CALENDAR 




CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 




>. 


£w 




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


For N Y City, Phil., Conn., 


For Wash. Md.Va. 


*> 


O 

>• 






W is., Iowa and uregon. 


N.J., 


Penn., O., Ind., 111. 


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 


►• 


SDN 


EON 


MOON 


n. w. 


BDN 


SUN MOON D. W. 


BUM 


BDN . 


MOON 


Q 


q 


M * 




RICES 


BETS. 


RISES. 


BOSTON 


RISES. 


SETS. RISES. N. YORK 


RISES. 


BETS. 


RISES. 








B. 


H M. 


H M 


11 U. 


B. M. 


H M. 


H M. H. M. 


n. M. 


H. M. 


B. M. 


R. M. 


1 


M 


7 22 


3 


6 36 


5 51 


9 53 


2 2 


G 35 


5 53 1 9 52 


10 41 


6 33 


5 54 


9 50 


9 


Tn 


6 59 


9 


35 


5 52 


11 3 


2 49 


6 31 


5 53 11 1 


11 32 


32 


5 55 


10 58 


3 


W 


6 30 


1(1 


G 33 


5 53 


morn. 


3 38 


(i 32 


5 54 morn. 


ev.24 


6 30 


5 56 


in or. 


| 


Th 


fi 13 


5 


G 31 


5 54 


9 


4 33 


6 30 


5 55 5 


1 20 


6 29 


5 57 


2 


5 


Fr 


5 -19 


55 


3D 


5 55 


1 12 


5 32 


6 29 


5 56 


1 8 


2 18 


27 


5 57 


1 4 


fi 


Ra 


.') 28 


39 


6 2S 


5 5G 


2 9 


6 32 


6 27 


5 57 


2 4 


3 20 


6 20 


5 58 


2 


7 


<: 


5 3 20 


26 


5 57 


3 1 


7 35 


6 25 


5 58 


2 57 


4 20 


24 


'5 59 


2 52 


». 


M 


4 39 


.il) 


6 25 


5 5S 


3 47 


8 31 


G 24 


5 59 


3 43 


5 16 


23 


G 


3 39 


'i 


'I'n 


4 16 


29 


G 23 


5 59 


4 30 


9 22 


6 22 


G 


4 26 


6 8 


21 


G 1 


4 22 


10 


w 


3 52 


58 


G 21 





5 G 


10 8 


6 20 


G 1 


5 3 6 54 


20 


6 2 


4 59 


11 


Th 


3 29 


25 


G 20 


6 1 


5 3S 10 51 


6 19 


6 2 


5 36 


7 35 


6 18 


3 


5 33 


r> 


Fr 


3 5 


49 


6 18 


6 3 


6 7 11 27 


6 17 


6 3 


6 5 


8 10 


6 17 


6 4 


6 3 


13 


Si 


2 12 


11 


G 16 


6 4 


sets. 


morn. 


G 16 


6 4 


sets. 


8 48 


6 15 


6 5 


sets. 


1 1 


1! 


2 18 


32 


G 14 


6 5 


7 28 


3 


G 14 


6 5 


7 28 


9 24 


613 


(i 


7 28 


\:> 


M 


1 51 


51 


6 13 


6 6 


8 25 


38 


6 12 


G 6 


8 24 


10 1 


6 12 


6 7 


8 23 


Hi 


Tn 


1 31 


9 


G 11 


6 7 


9 21 


1 15 


G 11 


6 8 


9 22 


10 38 


10 


6 8 


9 20 


IT 


NV 


1 7 


2'i 


6 9 


6 9 10 21 


1 54 


6 9 


6 9 


10 21 


11 15 


6 9 


9 


10 18 


IS 


Th 


13 


11 


6 7 


G 10 


11 21 


2 33 


6 7 


6 10 11 20 


morn. 


6 7 


6 10 


11 17 


I'l 


l''r 


(i 20 


•> 


G 6 


6 11 


morn. 


3 17 


6 6 


G 11 


morn. 


2 


6 6 


611 


mor. 


"II 


- 


N. 3 


33 


6 4 


6 12 


2 1 


4 G 


6 4 


6 12 


20 


53 


6 4 


612 


15 


•M 


1! 


27 


21 


a 2 


6 13 


1 22 


5 5 


6 2 


G 13 


1 18 


1 52 


6 3 


6 13 


1 13 


.,., 


M 


II :>i 


1 


G (I 


G 11 


2 19 


G 10 


6 1 


G 14 


2 14 


2 57 


6 1 


614 


2 10 


a 


Tn 


1 11 


3> 


5 59 


6 15 


3 10 


7 20 


5 59 


G 15 


3 G 


4 5 


5 59 


15 


3 2 


"i 


W 


1 38 


11 


5 57 


6 17 


3 56 


6 M 


5 58 


G 16 


3 55 


5 13 


5 58 


6 16 


3 51 


•'-, 


Th 


2 1 


l> 


5 •>■> 


(1 is 


1 13 !» 30 


5 56 


G 17 


4 40 


6 16 


5 5li 


617 


4 37 






2 23 


18 


5 53 


6 19 


5 22 10 26 


5 51 


6 is 


5 20 ! 7 12 


5 51 


6 IS 


5 18 


21 




2 is 


HI 


5 52 


G 20 i rises. 11 17 


5 52 


6 19 Irises. 7 59 


5 53 


6 19 


rises 


•,N 


C 


3 12 


10 


5 50 


G 21 7 39 pv. 2 


5 51 


(i 20 


7 38 


8 47 


5 51 


6 19 


7 37 




M 


s IS 


31 


5 is 


G 22 K 12 IS 


5 49 


6 21 


8 39 


9 31 


5 50 


6 20 


8 36 


Ml 


Tu 


1 58 


■17 


5 M 


i; 23 '.) 52 1 36 


5 47 


6 22 


9 49 10 21 


5 is 


6 21 


9 46 


31 


W. 


1 22 





;, l.i 


I U 10 57 2 23 


5 M 


6 23 


10 54 11 G 


5 17 


6 22 


10 50 



SUPREME COURT - Terms for March. 



tim ic. ti:i:m 
1st Mun. s. T. (las.), 



do 
da 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



("i (P'rt l), 

C'KP'rt 2), 

I i P'rt8), 

8. T. (On.), 

do do 

do do 

O'l Term,. 

C.&Q.&T., 

do do 

do do 

G'l Term,. 

C.&O.&T., 



TLACK. JUSTICE. 

N. York. 

dQ 

do 

do 

do 

Etna c;iibort. 

Newb'h, . Barnard. 

Albany. 

Watert'n Foster. 

Broome, Balcom. 

Chem'ng Board man. 

Roch'ter. 

Brie, Barker. 



rim. 
2d ICon.. 

do 

do 

2d Tues., 

ad Mon., 

3d Tues., 

do 

•1th Mon. 

do 
4th Tues. 

L i Mon. 
L'tTues. 



TKKM. 

C.ifcO.&T., 
dO <lo 

do do 
do do 
do do 

sp'i Term, 
do do 

dAO.&T., 
do do 

Sp'l Term, 
do do 
do do 



PLACE. 

Kings 

Dutchess 

Genesee, 
Warren,. 
Scbe'dy.. 
Hyrac'se.. 

Tioga 

Herk'er, 

Yates 

Erie, 

Ontario,.. 

Albany, .. 



JUSTICE. 

Gilbert. 

Barnard. 

Davis. 

Roses: rans. 

Potter. 
Morgan. 
Balcom. 
Bacon, 

Welles. 

Davis. 

J. C. Smith. 

Ingalls. 



A Valuable Discovery.— The mineral wealth of Missouri, which contains mines of 
coal, cobalt, copper, lead and iron, has been increased by the discovery of immense 
deposit* of tin. This is the mor- valuable, as there have been but lew indications of this 
metal in this country. The main dependence of the world is on the mines of Cornwall, 
England, which have been worked lor centuries, the ore being now raised from a depth 
ol two to three thousand feet. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 5 


4th Month. APRIL, 1869. 30 Days. 


MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Washt'n. 


Charles'r 


Sun on raerid. 
• or noon mark. 




DAT. 


H. 11. 


u. u. 


n. m. 


n. m. 


B. 


U. 11. 8. 


Third Quarter, 


3 


4 4 ev. 


3 52 ev. 


3 40 ev. 


3 28 ev 


1 


12 3 48 


New Moon, 


11 
19 
26 


9 3ev. 

10 22 mo. 

1 37 mo. 


8 51 ev 
10 10 mo. 

1 25 mo. 


8 39 ev. 

9 5s mo. 
1 13 mo. 


8 27 ev. 9 

9 46 mo. 17 
1 1 mo. 25 


12 1 29 
11 59 20 
11 57 48 


First Quarter, . 
Full Moon. 














2 


CALENDAR 




CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


S 


£ 


u'A 


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


For N Y City, Phil., Conn., 


ForYv/'ash. Md.Va. 


o 

>• 

4 


h 
o 
>• 


"S5 


Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J., 


Penn., O., Ind., 111. 


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 


BUN 


acx 


MOON 


H. W. 


BUN 


BUN 


MOON 


n. w. 


8 UN 


BUN 


MOON 


« 


Q 


w a 


hibeb. 


BITS. 


RlfjEH. 


BOSTON 


RISES. 


SETS. 


RISES. 


N. YORK 


RISES. 


BETS. 


KIbEB. 






DEC M B. 


n. m. 


H. M. 1 H. M. 


H. M. 


H M. 


11 M. 


H. M. 


n. a. 


II. M. 


B. M. 


II. M 


1 


Th, 


4 45 7 


5 43 


6 25 12 


3 13 


5 44 


6 21 


11 56 


11 58 


5 16 


6 23 


11 51 


2 


Fr. 


5 8 9 


5 41 


6 27 morn. 


4 5 


5 42 


6 26 


morn. 


ev.52 


5 44 


621 


mor. 


3 


Sa. ! 5 31 7 


5 40 


6 28 


56 


5 3 


5 41 


6 27 


51 


1 50 


5 12 


6 25 


47 


4 


C 1 5 53 58 


5 38 


6 29 


I 46 


6 4 


5 39 


6 28 


1 12 


2 50 


5 41 


6 26 


1 37 


5 


M. J 6 16 43 


5 36 


6 30 


2 29 


7 2 


5 37 


6 29 


2.25 


3 47 


5 39 


6 2? 


2 21 


6 


Tu.| 6 39 22 


5 35 


6 31 


3 7 


7 57 


5 36 


6 30 


3 3 


4 42 


5 37 


6 28 


2 50 


7 


W. 7 1 55 


5 33 


6 32 


3 41 


8 49 


5 34 


6 31 


3 38 


5 31 


5 36 


29 


3 35 


8 


Th. 7 24 20 


5 31 


6 33 


4 11 


9 34 


5 33 


6 32 


4 9 


6 20 


5 31 


6 30 


4 


9 


Fr. 7 46 38 


5 30 


6 34 


4 39 


10 16 


5 31 


6 33 


4 38 


7 2 


5 33 


31 


4 37 


10 


Sa. 8 8 48 


5 28 


6 36 


5 7 


10 56 


5 30 


6 34 


5 6 


7 40 


5 31 


6 32 


5 6 


11 


C 


8 30 50 


5 20 


6 37 


5 33 


11 32 


5 28 


6 35 


5 34 


8 15 


5 30 


33 


5 31 


12 


M. 


8 52 43 


5 25 


6 38 


sets. 


morn. 


5 26 


6 36 


sets. 


S 53 


5 28 


31 


sets. 


13 


Tn. 


9 14 28 


5 23 


6 39 


8 20 


8 


5 25 


6 37 


8 16 


9 33 


5 27 


35 


8 18 


14 


W. 


9 36 3 


5 21 


6 40 


9 19 


46 


5 24 


6 38 


9 15 


10 21 


5 25 


6 36 


9 12 


15 


Th. 


9 57 29 


5 20 


6 41 10 19 


1 27 


5 22 


6 39 


10 15 


10 52 


5 24 


6 37 


10 11 


10 


Fr. 


10 18 45 


5 18 


6 42 11 J8 


2 10 


5 20 


6 40 


11 13 


11 41 


5 23 


6 38 


11 10 


17 


Sa. 


10 39 51 


5 16 


6 43 morn. 


2 57 


5 19 


6 41 


morn. 


morn. 


5 21 


6 39 


mor. 


18 


t: 


11 46 


5 15 


6 45 


14 


3 49 


5 17 


6 42 


10 


35 


5 20 


6 10 


5 


19 


M. 


11 21 30 


5 13 


6 46 


1 7 


4 47 


5 16 


6 43 


1 3 


1 36 


5 IS 


6 41 


58 


20 


Tu. 


11 42 3 


5 12 


6 47 


1 55 


5 53 


5 14 


6 44 


1 51 


2 39 


5 17 


6 42 


1 17 


21 


W. 


12 2 24 


5 10 


6 48 


2 39 


7 2 


5 13 


6 45 


2 36 


3 47 


5 16 


42 


2 32 


22 


Th. 


12 22 31 


5 9 


6 49 


3 18 


8 9 


5 11 


6 46 


3 16 


4 52 


5 14 


13 


3 11 


23 


Fr. 


12 42 31 


5 7 


6 50 j 3 54 


9 8 


5 10 


6 47 


3 53 


5 54 


5 13 


041 


3 52 


24 


Sa. 


13 2 16 


5 6 


6 51 ( 4 29 


10 2 


5 8 


6 48 


4 29 


6 4S 


5 11 


15 


4 28 


25 


C 


13 21 47 


5 4 


6 52 rises. 


10 51 


5 7 


6 49 


rises. 


7 38 


5 10 


46 


rises 


26 


M. 


13 41 6 


5 3 


6 53 j 7 27 


11 40 


5 6 


6 50 


7 25 


8 22 


5 9 


6 47 


7 22 


27 


Tu. 


14 11 


5 1 


6 55 8 37 


ev.24 


5 4 


6 51 


8 34 


9 11 


5 S 


6 48 


8 30 


28 


W. 


11 19 2 


5 


6 56 1 9 44 


1 11 


5 3 


6 52 


9 40 


9 58 


5 6 


6 49 


9 36 


29 


Th. 


14 37 39 


4 58 


6 57 10 45 


2 1 


5 2 


6 53 


10 40 


10 53 


5 5 


6 50 


10 30 


30 


Fr. 


14 56 2 


4 57 


6 58 11 40 


2 49 


5 


6 55 


11 35 


11 32 


5 4 


6 51 


11 30 


SUPREME COURT -T 


erms for April. 


TIME. TERM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 


TIM] 


3. TERM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 


1st Mon, G'l Term, .. N. York. 


2dTu< 


js.,Sp'l Term, Watert'n Mullin. 


do S. T. (Iss.), do 


do 


do do Chem'ng Boardman. 


do C't(P'rtl), do 


3d Mo 


n. C.&O.&T., Queens,... Gilbert. 


do C't(P'rt2), do 


do 


do do Ulster, ... Miller. 


' do S. T. (Ch.), do 


do 


do do Schoh'rie Peckham. 


do C.&O.t&T., Fvichm'd, Tappen. 


do 


do do Schuyler, Balcom. 


do Sp'l Term, Kings Barnard. 


4th M 


m. do do Suffolk,... Barnard. 


do C.tfc 0.& T., Monroe,.. J. C. Smith. 


do 


do do Kockl'nd Gilbert. 


do do do Bath E.D.Smith. 


do 


do do Fulton.... Potter. 


1st Tues. G'l Term,.. Sche'dy. 


do- 


do do Liv'gs'n, E. D. Smith. 


do do do Syrac'se. 


do 


do do Wayne, .. Johnson. 


do Sp'l Term, Cortland, Parker. 


do 


do do Wvom'g, Davis. 


2d Mon., C.&O.&T., Kings. ... Barnard. 


4th Tu 


es. C.&O.&T., Lowville Morgan. 


do do do Westch'r Tappen. 


L'tMi 


jn. Sp'l Ternx Monroe,- J. C. Smith. 


do do do Newb'h,. Gilbert. 


L'tTu 


es. do do ' Albany, .. Hogeboom. 


do do do Col'mbia Ingalls. 


do 


do do Otsego, ... Boardman. 


do do do Cayuga, .. Johnson. 






Petroleum as an article of fuel has been emp 


oyed with remarkable success, gene- 


rating steam tor boilers with greater effectivenes 


s and economy. Steam vessels may 


thus carry fuel for much longer voyages than if dej. 


>endent on coal. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



oth Month. 



MAY, 1869. 



31 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. 


York. J Washt'n. 


Charles'n. 


Sun on roerid. 
or noon mark. 




DAT. 


B. M. 


B. 


M. 


n. m. 


H. M. 


D. 


H. M. E. 


Third Quarter 


3 


8 57 mo. 


8 45 mo. 


8 33 mo. 


8 21 mo. 


1 


11 56 54 


New M 
First (, 
FullM 


[>OH 


11 

IS 
25 


11 23 mo. 

4 45 ev. 

10 39 mo. 


11 11 mo. 

4 33 ev. 

10 27 mo. 


10 59 mo. 

4 21 ev. 

10 15 mo. 


10 47 mo. 

4 9ev. 

10 3 mo. 


9 
17 
25 


11 56 14 


UARTER, . 




11 56 10 


OON, 




11 56 41 






. 1 




CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


? 2: 


sa 


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


For N Y City, Phil., Conn., 


For Wash. Md.Va. 


ft» 


o 

H 




Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 


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


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 


•4 


ECN 


BUN 


MOOS 


H. W. 


SUN 


SUN 


MOON 


H. W. 


bto 


SUN 


MOON 


c 


£ 


m K 


RISES 


BEV8. 


RISES. 


BOSTON 


RISES. 


SETS. 


RISES. 


N. TORE 


RISES. 


SETS. 


RISES. 






DEC SI S. 


II M. 


H M 


H. M. 


H. M. 


U. M. 


a. m. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


11. M. 


B. M. 


II. M. 


1 


Sa 


IS 14 11 


4 56 


7 


morn. 


3 39 


4 59 


6 56 


morn. 


ev.25 


5 2 


6 52 


mor. 


9 


V, 


15 32 4 


4 54 


7 1 


26 


4 33 


4 58 


6 57 


21 


1 20 


5 1 


6 53 


17 


3 


M 


15 49 41 


4 53 


7 2 


1 7 


5 28 


4 56 


6 58 


1 3 


2 14 


5 


6 54 


59 


4 


Tn 


16 7 4 


4 52 


7 3 


1 42 


6 23 


4 55 


6 59 


1 39 


3 9 


4 59 


6 55 


1 36 


5 


w 


10 21 10 


4 51 


7 4 


2 13 


7 17 


4 54 


7 


2 11 


4 2 


4 58 


6 50 


2 8 


6 


Th 


l(i 41 


4 19 


7 5 


2 43 


8 7 


4 53 


7 1 


2 41 


4 51 


4 57 


6 57 


2 39 


7 


Fr 


10 57 31 


4 48 


7 6 


3 10 


8 5 J 


4 52 


7 2 


3 9 


5 40 


4 55 


6 58 


3 8 


8 


Sa 


17 13 51 


4 47 


7 7 


3 36 


9 3S 


4 51 


7 3 


3 36 


6 24 


4 54 


6 59 


3 36 


9 c: 


17 2'J 50 


4 46 


7 S 


4 3 


10 20 


4 49 


7 4 


4 4 


7 6 


4 53 


7 


4 5 


in 


M 


17 45 32 


4 41 


7 9 


4 33 


11 2 


4 48 


7 5 


4 35 


7 45 


4 52 


7 1 


4 36 


ii 


Tn 


IS 57 


4 43 


7 10 


set?. 


11 42 


4 47 


7 6 


sets. 


8 21 


4 51 


7 2 


sets. 


n 


W 


IS 10 3 


4 42 


7 11 


8 12 


uiDrn. 


4 46 


7 7 


8 8 


9 8 


4 50 


7 2 


8 4 


13 


Th 


18 30 51 


4 41 


7 12 


9 12 


22 


4 45 


7 8 


9 8 


9 53 


4 49 


7 3 


9 4 


14 


Fr. 


is 45 20 


4 10 


7 13 


no 11 


1 7 


4 41 


7 9 10 7 


10 36 


4 49 


7 4 


10 2 


IS 


Sa. 


IS 59 30 


4 39 


7 14 11 6 


1 55 


4 43 


7 10 ill 2 


11 26 


4 48 


7 5 


10 57 


It. 


f! 


19 13 21 


1 38 


7 15 


11 55 


2 41 


4 42 


7 11 11 51 


morn. 


4 47 


7 6 


11 47 


17 


M 


19 26 53 


1 37 


7 16 


lllol'll. 


3 36 


4 41 


7 12 morn. 


22 


4 46 


7 7 


mor. 


1* 


Til 


19 40 4 


1 36 


7 17 


40 


4 35 


4 40 


7 13 36 


1 22 


4 45 


7 8 


33 


19 


w 


19 52 56 


4 35 


7 IS 


1 19 


5 38 


4 39 


7 11 ! 1 16 


2 21 


441 


7 9 


1 11 


a 


Tli. 


26 5 27 


i 31 


7 19 


I 55 


6 42 


4 39 


7 15 1 54 


3 28 


4 13 


7 10 


1 52 


21 


Fr. 


20 17 38 


4 33 


7 21) 


2 29 


7 15 


4 38 


7 16 1 2 28 


4 29 


4 43 


7 10 


2 28 


•>•* 


8a. 


20 29 27 


4 32 


7 21 


3 2 


g 15 


1 37 


7 17 3 3 


5 30 


4 42 


711 


3 3 


23 


< 


20 40 56 


4 31 


7 22 


3 35 


9 39 


4 36 


7 IS 3 37 


6 25 


4 41 


7 12 


3 3S 


.1 


M 


20 52 3 


4 31 


7 23 


1 12 10 30 


4 36 


7 19 1 11 


7 15 


4 11 


7 13 


4 17 


33 Tu. 


21 2 1!) 


4 30 


7 21 rises. 11 29 


1 35 


7 20 1 rises. 8 1 


4 40 


7 11 


rises 


•j.; 


\\*. 


21 13 13 


1 29 


7 25 8 29 ev. 5 


4 31 


7 20 s 2 1 s 50 


4 39 


7 11 


8 20 


37 


Th. 


21 23 15 


1 to 


7 2i i 9 2-S 51 


131 7 21 | 9 23 | 9 37 


4 39 


7 15 


9 IS 


tt 


Fr. 


21 32 ."».-> 


t S 


7 27 10 11' 1 38 


4 33 


7 22 10 15 11) 23 


4 38 


7 16 


10 10 




Ba. 


21 12 12 


1 '-'7 


7 28 11 3 2 25 


1 32 


7 23 10 59 ill 8 


I 38 


7 17 


10 55 


n 


( 


21 51 7 


I 27 


7 •> 11 12 


3 11 


1 32 


7 23 11 38 11 56 


4 37 


7 17 


11 31 


:;i 


M. 


21 59 40 


l 26 


7 '.".1 morn. 


3 58 


4 31 


1 21 mora, ev.ll 


4 37 


718 


mor. 



SUPREME COURT -Terms for May. 



TIHJL 

1st Mon. 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
1st Tuos. 
2d Mon., 

.1., 

do 

do 



TKFIM. 

s. T. 

. 1 <r. 

it P'rtl), 

(i I' rt 2), 

CI 1' 

B. T. <<'ii.), 
do do 

do do 

G'l Term,. 

do do 

C.AO.A- T.. 

<;i Term,. 
C.&O.AT., 

do <lo 
do do 



ri.M ■!■:. IU8XICS. 
N. York. 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

Etna Gilbert. 

Dutchess Barnard. 

ny. 
Buffalo. 

Kssex, . Rosekrans. 
Po'k'p 
Saratoga, Bockes, 

.. M ul i i ii. 

Ontario,.. Welles. 



T I M I". 

2d Mon., 
2dTues., 
3d Mon.. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.'id Tues., 

4th Mon. 

do 

do 

•IthTues. 
L'l Mon. 

do 
I/ 1 Tues. 



TK.RM. 

C.&6.6 T., 
n l Term,. 
B. T. (IasJ, 
c.v O.&T., 
do do 
do do 

do do 

Bp'l Term, 
U&O.&T., 

do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 

Sp'l Term, 
do do 



PLACE. 

Niagara, 

Broome. 

Kings 

Albany, .. 
Delaware 

Waterloo 
Chat'qua, 
Liowvllle 
Bullivan, 

Nyrue'se,. 
Orleans, .. 
Clinton, .. 
< Uscko, ... 

Bath, 

Albany, .. 



JUSTICE. 

Davis. 

Gilbert, 

Hogeboom. 

Piirker. 

Johnson, 

Barker. 

Mullin. 

IngaJJs. 

Morgan. 

Marvin. 

Potter. 

Board man. 

Johnson. 

Miller. 



European PjeaCI I i.mksts. — The oitrht principal nations of Europe main- 

tain a peace establishment of two and a hair millions of men, at an expense of §;5go.ooo,ooo 
annually. In war, each nation engaged would almost double its army, and more than 
double its military expenses. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



6th Month. 



JUNE, 1869. 



30 Days. 











. . Sun on merid. 


MOON'S PHASES. 


BoBton. 


N. York. 


Washt'n. 


Charles'n 


• or noon mark. 






ii. >i 


II. M. 


a. ii. 


II. H 


D 


H. H. S. 




2 


2 37 mo. 


2 25 mo. 


2 13 mo. 


2 1 mo 


. 1 


11 57 31 


New M 
First Q 
FullM 


OON, 


9 
10 
23 


11 8ev. 

9 31 ev. 
8 55 ev. 


10 50 ev. 
9 19 ev. 
8 43 ev 


10 44 ev. 
9 7ev. 
8 31 ev. 


10 32 ev 
K 55 e v 
8 19 ev 


9 
17 

25 


11 58 58 


UARTER, . 




12 38 


OON, 




12 2 21 










~ 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 




|S 


£» 


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


For N Y City, Phil., Conn., 


ForWash. Md.Va. 


•m 


>> 




Wis.. Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J., Penn., O., Iud., 111. 


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 




BUN 


• ON 


BOON 


H. W. 


SUN 


SUN 


MOOR 


II. w. 


• UN 


SUN 


MOON 


p 


Q 


n r - 


us fa. 


SETS. 


RISES. 


BOSTON 


RISES. 


SETS. 


RISES. 


N. YORK 


RISES. 


SETS. 


KISES. 


. 






II. M. 


n M. 


II. M. 


H M. 


H M. 


II. H. 


n. M. I II. M 


II. M. 


H. M. 


11. U. 


I 


Tn 


22 7 49 


4 25 


7 30 


15 


4 47 


4 31 


7 21 


12 1 33 


4 3« 


7 19 


9 


? 


W 


22 15 3f> 


4 25 


7 30 


45 


5 39 


4 30 


7 25 


43 2 25 


4 30 


710 


41 


s 


Th 


22 22 59 


4 25 


7 31 


1 12 


28 


4 30 


7 20 


1 10 


3 14 


4 3(5 


V20 


1 9 


4 


Fr 


22 29 59 


4 24 


7 32 


1 39 


7 20 


4 30 


7 20 


1 38 


4 5 


4 35 


', 21 


1 38 


5 


Sa 


22 30 35 


4 21 


7 32 


2 4 


8 9 


4 29 


7 27 2 5 


4 54 


4 35 


V 21 


2 o 





C 


22 42 47 


4 24 


7 33 


2 33 


8 58 


4 29 


7 28 


2 35 


5 44 


4 35 


V 22 


2 30 


7 


M 


22 48 30 


4 23 


7 33 


3 3 


9 40 


4 29 


7 28 


3 


32 


4 34 


V 23 


3 8 


s 


Tn 


22 54 1 


4 23 


7 31 


3 38 


10 32 


4 29 


7 29 


3 41 


7 17 


4 34 


7 23 


3 44 


9 


W 


22 59 1 


4 23 


7 35 


4 17 


11 19 


4 28 


7 30 


4 21 


<8 


4 34 


V 24 


4 2j 


10 


Th 


23 3 3S 


4 23 


7 30 


sets. 


morn. 


4 28 


7 30 


sets. 


8 49 


4 34 


V24 


sets. 


11 


Fr 


23 7 50 


4 22 


7 30 


9 


4 


4 28 


7 31 


8 55' 


9 37 


4 34 


V 2,» 


8 40 


n 


Sa 


23 11 38 


4 22 


7 37 


9 53 


51 


4 28 


7 31 


9 48 


10 24 


4 34 


V2o 


9 44 


13 


c: 


23 15 1 


4 22 


7 37 


10 40 


1 40 


4 28 


7 32 


10 30 


11 15 


4 34 


7 20 


10 32 


If 


M 


23 17 59 


4 22 


7 38 


11 21 


2 32 


4 28 


7 32 


11 18 


morn. 


4 34 


7 20 


11 15 


15 


Tn 


23 20 33 


4 22 


7 38 


11 59 


3 24 


4 28 


7 32 


11 57 


9 


4 34 


7 20 


11 ba 


16 


W 


23 22 42 


4 22 


7 38 


morn. 


4 19 


4 28 


7 33 


morn. 


1 6 


4 34 


V 2/ 


mor. 


17 


Th 


23 21 20 


4 22 


7 39 


32 


5 10 


4 28 


7 33 


31 


2 2 


4 34 


7 2/ 


30 


18 


Fr 


23 25 40 


4 22 


7 39 


1 5 


18 


4 28 


7 33 


1 5 


3 4 


4 31 


7 28 


1 a 


1!) 


S;l 


23 20 41 


4 22 


7 39 


1 3S 


7 20 


4 28 


7 31 


1 39 


4 5. 


4 31 


7 28 


1 41 


2(1 


<: 


23 27 10 


4 23 


7 40 


2 10 


8 20 


1 29 


7 31 


2 12 


5 4 


4 31 


V 28 


2 15 


?1 


M 


23 27 10 


4 23 


7 40 


2 47 


9 10 


4 29 


7 34 


2 50 


6 2 


4 34 


7 28 


2 53 


<)'> 


Tn 


23 20 50 


4 23 


7 40 


3 27 


10 9 


4 29 


7 34 


3 31 


6 55 


4 35 


V28 


3 3.> 


23 


W 


23 20 11 


4 23 


7 40 


rises. 


11 


4 29 


7 34 


rises. 


7 43 


4 35 


V 29 


rises 


21 


Th 


23 25 2 


4 23 


7 40 


S 10 


11 47 


4 29 


7 35 


8 5 


8 30 


4 35 


7 29 


8 


2.i 


Fr. 


23 23 2S 


4 21 


7 41 


8 58 


ev.31 


4 30 


7 35 


S 54 


9 18 


4 35 7 29 


8 49 


8fi 


Sa. 


23 21 29 


1 24 


7 41 


9 39 


1 10 


4 30 


7 35 9 35 !10 2 


4 33 


7 29 


9 31 


27 


V. 


23 19 


4 24 


7 41 


10 15 


1 59 


4 30 


7 35 110 12 10 41 


4 30 


7 29 


10 8 


28 


M. 


23 10 18 


4 25 


7 4!) 


10 47 


2 41 


4 29 


7 35 


10 44 11 23 


4 37 


7 29 


10 42 


29 


Tu. 


23 13 


4 25 


7 40 


11 14 


3 23 


4 29 


7 35 


11 12 ev. 8 


4 3/ 


7 29 


11 11 


30 


W.l 23 29 


4 20 


7 40 


11 40 


4 5 


4 29 


7 35 11 39 52 


4 3/ 


V 29 


11 3 l J 



SUPREME COURT - Terms for June. 



TIME. 

1st Mon, 

do 

do 

do 

do. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2d Mon., 

do 



TERM. 

G'l Term,.. 

S. T. (Iss.), 

C't(P'rtl), 

C't(P'rt2), 

S. T. (Ch.), 

C.&0.&T., 

Sp'l Term, 

C.ctO.&T., 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

G'l Term... 

C.&O.&T., 

do do 

do do 



PLACE. 

N. York. 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Dutchess 

Kin«;s 

Renssel'r 
Greene,... 
Montg'rj' 

Koine 

CJhem'ng 
Roch'ter. 

Erie 

Kings. ... 
Westeh'r 



JUSTICE. 


TIME. 


TERM. 




2d Mon. 


C.& 0.& T. 




do 


do do 




2d Tues. 


Sp'l Term 




3d Mon. 


C.& 0.& T. 




do 


Sp'l Term 


Gilbert. 


do 


C.<fc O.& T. 


Barnard. 


3d Tues. 


do do 


Peckham. 


do 


Sp'l Term 


Miller. 


do 


do do 


Potter. 


4th Mon 


S. T. (Iss.) 


Foster. 


do 


C.& 0.& T. 


Balconi. 


4th Tues 


do do 




L't Mon 


do do 


Davis. 


do 


Sp'l Term 


Tappen. 


L't Tues 


do do 


Barnard. 


do 


G'l Term,. 



PLACE. 

Goshen,:. 
Water fn 

Erie 

Putnam.. 

Wh.P'ns. 

Catt'gus, 

St. Law'e 

Broome, 

Schuyler, 

Kings 

Genesee, 

Salem 

Cortland, 
Monroe,.. 
Albany,.. 
Syrac'se. 



JUSTICE. 

Gilbert. 

Bacon. 

Marvin. 

Barnard. 

Gilbert. 

Marvin. 

Rosekrans. 

Parker. 

Balcom. 

Tapppn. 

Barker. 

Potter. 

Parker. 

J. C. Smith. 

Peckham. 



Water enters into the composition of the most solid bodies. The opal is .flint and 
water; the earth in our farms is one-third water ; a man's body consists of water to the 
extent of fifty per cent., and vegetables contain a much larger percentage. Even the air 
we breathe has five grains of water in each cubic foot. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



Ttii Month. 



JULY, 1869. 



31 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Washt'n. 


Charles'n. 


Sun on roerid. 
or noon mark. 






DAY. 


H. « 


H. M. 


U. M. 


H. M 


D. 


H. 


M. 8. 


Third Quarter 


1 


8 2ev. 


7 50 ev. 


7 38 ev. 


7 20 ev. 


1 


12 


3 34 


New M 
PlBST ( 

Fill \ 
Third 


OON". . . 




9 
16 
23 
31 


8 54 mo. 
2 3 mo. 

9 10 mo. 
22 ev. 


8 42 mo 
1 51 mo 
8 58 mo 
11 ev. 


8 30 mo. 

1 40 mo. 

8 40 mo. 

11 5Smo. 


8 IS mo 

1 28 mo. 

8 31 mo. 

11 40 mo. 


9 

17 
25 


ia 

12 
12 


4 56 


,> TARTER, . 
OON 




5 51 




12 


Quarter, 








3 




CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


s 


£ 


S3 




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


For N Y City, Phil., Conn., 


For Wash. Md.Va. 


M 
D 


o 


g 5 




Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 


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


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 


•« 


SO.f BUM 


MOON 


H. W. 


ECN 


SEN j MOON 


H. W. 


SON 


PUN 


MOON 


P 


« 


CO * 




RISES SETS. 


EISE3. 


BOSTON 


RISES. 


SETS. 


RISES. 


!». YORK 


RISES. 


SETS. 


RISES. 






DEO M 


S. 


H M . 1 H M. 


H. M. 


H M. 


H M. 










H. M. 




1 


Th. 


23 5 


28 


1 26 7 40 


morn. 


4 49 


4 32 


7 35 


morn. 


1 38 


4 38 


7 29 


inor. 





Fr 


23 1 


•> 


4 20 


7 40 


7 


5 41 


4 32 


7 35 


7 


2 27 


4 38 


7 29 


7 


3 


8a. 


22 56 13 


4 27 


7 40 


34 


G 30 


4 33 


7 34 


35 


3 16 


4 39 


7 29 


o :io 


4 


C 


22 51 





1 28 


7 40 


1 3 


7 24 


4 33 


7 34 


1 5 


4 9 


4 39 


7 28 


1 7 


5 


M. 


22 45 


oo 


1 29 


7 39 


1 35 


8 20 


4 34 


7 34 


1 38 


5 4 


4 4(1 


7 28 


1 41 


fi 


Tn. 


22 39 


21 


4 29 


7 39 


2 lfi 


9 13 


4 35 


7 34 


2 19 


5 59 


4 41 


7 28 


2 23 


7 


W. 


22 32 


57 


4 311 


7 39 


2 53 


10 


4 35 


7 33 


2 57 


6 52 


4 41 


7 28 


3 1 


8 


Th. 


23 26 


9 


4 30 


7 38 


3 43 


10 59 


4 36 


7 35 


3 47 


7 42 


4 42 


7 27 


3 52 


9 iFr. 


22 is 


5R 


4 31 


7 38 


sets. 


11 49 


4 37 


7 33 


sets. 


8 32 


4 42 


7 27 


sets. 


IQ Sa. 


22 11 


23 


4 32 


7 38 


8 31 


morn. 


4 37 


7 32 


8 30 


9 23 


4 43 


7 27 


8 25 


II c 


22 3 


26 


4 33 


7 37 


9 20 


37 


4 38 


7 32 


9 10 


10 12 


441 


7 26 


9 13 


12 M. 


21 55 


(i 


4 33 


7 37 


9 59 


1 28 


4 39 


7 31 


9 57 


11 


4 44 


7 26 


9 54 


13 


Tn. 


21 40 


24 


1 34 


7 36 Hi 35 


2 IS 


4 39 7 31 10 34 


11 51 


4 45 


7 26 


10 32 


II 


W. 


21 37 


19 


4 35 


7 3(5 11 7 


3 6 


4 40 


7 30 11 7 


morn. 


4 40 


7 25 


11 7 


15 


Th. 


21 27 


52 


1 36 


7 35 


11 40 


3 57 


4 41 


7 30 11 41 


43 


4 40 


7 24 


11 42 


In 


Fr. 


21 IS 


3 


4 37 


7 34 


morn. 


4 53 


4 42 


7 29 


morn. 


1 40 


4 47 


7 24 


mor. 


17 Sa. 


21 7 


52 


4 37 


7 31 


13 


5 53 


4 43 


7 29 


15 


2 38 


4 48 


7 23 


17 


1- c 


20 57 


20 


1 38 


7 33 


II 1> 


50 


1 11 


7 2s 


51 


3 40 


4 49 


7 23 


54 


1!» M 


20 (6 


27 


1 39 


7 32 


1 26 


7 56 


4 41 


7 27 


1 30 


4 41 


4 50 


7 22 


1 31 


20 Tn 


'JO 35 


13 


J lit 


7 31 


2 9 


8 57 


4 45 


7 26 


2 13 


5 42 


4 51 


7 21 


2 18 


21 W. 


20 23 


38 


1 11 


7 30 


2 57 


9 51 


4 46 


7 26 


3 1 


6 37 


4 52 


7 21 


3 6 


22 Tn. 


'JO 11 


13 


1 12 


7 30 


3 is 


10 42 


1 17 


7 25 


3 53 


7 26 


4 52 


7 20 


3 58 


23 l'r. 


l!i 50 


27 


1 IS 


7 29 


rises. 


11 27 


1 18 


7 21 


rises. 


8 10 


4 53 


7 19 


rises 


21 Sa. 


l«> 10 


51 


1 11 


7 28 


8 13 


ov. 9 


1 is 


7 23 


8 10 


8 51 


4 54 


• 7 IS 


S 6 


23 < ' 


10 S3 


56 


11. » 7 27 


8 17 


49 


1 19 


7 23 


8 44 


9 36 


4 55 


7 IS 


8 41 


24 M 


19 20 


11 


I 16 7 26 9 16 1 29 


4 50 


7 23 


G 1 i 10 15 


4 50 


7 17 


9 12 


a in. 


19 7 


t 


1 17 7 25 l» 11 U 


1 51 


7 21 


9 42 10 49 


4 57 


7 16 


9 41 


2H U'. 


lx 53 


11 


1 ^ 7 24 l f i 8 2 Hi 


I 52 


7 20 10 8 11 29 


4 58 


7 15 


HI S 


. 


18 39 


•> 


1 19 7 23 10 30 :: 25 


1 53 


7 19 10 36 ev.10 


4 58 


7 11 


10 37 


3 


Fr. 


Is 21 


32 


1 50 7 22 11 4 


1 6 


l 54 


7^11 5 il 53 


1 59 


7 13 


11 7 


.-51 




18 9 


a 


4 51 7 21 11 33 


1 51 


1 55 


7 17 11 35 1 41 


4 59 


7 12 


11 3S 



SUPREME COURT -Terms for July. 



TIMK. 
1st Moil. 

do 

1st Tups. 
•J-l Mon.. 
2dTues., 



TKRM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 

S. T. it'll.), N. York. 

do 'i') Kind's Gilbert. 

do do Dutchess Barnard, 
do do Hyrac'se.. Morgan. 

C.\ 0.4 T., Angelica, liai :. 
Q ! I ••mi,.. Caldwell. 



II MP.. TERH. PLACE. JUSTICE. 

2d Tues., Sp'l Term, Chen'ngo Balcom. 
3d Tues., U 1 Term,.. Broome. 
L'l Mon. sp'l Term, Liv'gs'n, Johnson. 
L'tTues. do do Albany, .. Ingaiis. 
do do do Delaw're Parker. 



Bringing the Ends OV thb Easts together. — Two intelligent Frenchmen left 
i iptember, l-sr, to visit the Rocky mountains, and returned within three months, 
to the amazement of Borne, who expresse I n d mbt of their having made so extended a 
trip in that time. One of them has published a reply, giving their route of travel, and 
announcing the still more astounding fact, that, when the Pacific railroad is completed, a 
traveler may leave Paris or London fbr Jap m or China by this route, and go around the 
world in two months. He say i: " Never was there a greater economical and commercial 
revolution presented in history, and the revolution will be accomplished without burning 
any powder, except that used in blasting." 

DEATHS BY LIGHTNING.— In thirty years, more than 10,000 people were struck by 
lightning In France, of wh >m 2,232 were killed outright. Trees are to be avoided, unless 
surrounded by higher trees, or metallically connected with moist earth. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



8tii Month. 



AUGUST, 1869. 



31 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. York. 


Washt'n. 


Charles'n. 


Sun on roerid. 
or noon mark. 




tit. 


li. U. 


11 u 


II. M. 


II. M 


D. 


ii. m. a. 


New IV 
First ( 


OON, 


7 
11 


5 24 cv. 
7 57 mo. 


5 12 cv. 

7 15 mo 


5 ev. 

7 33 mo. 


4 48 ev. 
7 21 mo 


1 
9 


12 1 




12 5 12 


Full .\ 
Third 


OON, 


21 

30 


11 39 ev. 

3 11 mo 


11 27 cv. 
3 2 mo 


11 15 cv. 
2 50 mo. 


11 3cv. 
2 38 mo. 


17 
25 


12 3 40 




12 1 48 






•j 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


3 


£ 


sa 


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


For N Y City. Phil., Conn., 


ForWash. Md.Va. 


o 


O 
N 
■< 




Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 


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


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 


•< 


BU* 


BUN 


MOO.N 1 n. w. 


BOH 


BUS 


MOf'H 


11. w. 


BBS 


IC.1 


MOOS 


p 


Q 


to * 


RIBEB. 


BETS. 


kibes, bostox 


RISES. 


SETS. 


RISES. 


n. loan 


RISES. 


BETS. 


RlbEO. 






DEO M A. 


n m. 


11 M 


11 M. 


B M. 


II U. 


H. M. 


II. M. 


11 M 


11. >!. 1 H. H. 


11. >l 


1 


c 


17 51 37 


4 52 


7 21) 


morn. 


5 40 


4 50 


7 10 


morn. 


■j 3'j 


5 ! 711 


mor. 


2 


M. 


17 39 13 


4 53 


7 18 


6 


43 


4 57 


7 14 


10 


3 2!) 


5 17 10 


13 


3 


Tu. 


17 23 32 


4 51 


7 17 


41 


7 43 


1 5s 


7 13 


48 


1 28 


5 2 7 9 


52 


4 


W. 


17 7 31 


4 55 


7 10 


1 30 


8 40 


4 59 


7 12 


1 31 


5 ::i 


5 3 | 7 8 


1 39 


5 


Th. 


16 51 19 


1 50 


7 15 


2 23 


9 45 


5 


7 11 


2 28 


31 


5 1 


7 7 


2 33 


fi 


Fr. 


10 31 48 


4 57 


7 14 


3 21 


10 42 


5 1 


7 10 


3 29 


7 20 


5 5 


7 


3 31 


7 


Sa. 


10 18 


4 58 


7 12 


4 31 


11 32 


5 2 


7 9 


4 30 


8 10 


5 a 


7 5 


4 40 


S 


C 


10 57 


4 59 


7 11 


set?. 


morn. 


5 3 


7 7 


sets. 


9 s 


5 


7 4 


sets. 


9 


M. 


15 43 39 


5 


7 10 


8 32 


22 


5 4 


7 


8 30 


9 57 


5 7 7 2 


8 28 


in 


Tu. 


15 26 5 


5 1 


7 8 


9 8 


1 11 


5 5 


7 5 


9 8 


10 41 


5 8 7 1 


9 7 


li 


W. 


15 8 17 


5 2 


7 7 


9 42 


1 59 


5 


7 4 


9 42 


11 29 


5 9 7 


9 43 


12 


Tli. 


14 50 14 


5 3 


7 


10 10 


2 40 


5 7 


7 2 


10 17 


morn. 


5 10 ! 59 


10 19 


i;t 


Fr. 


14 31 50 


5 4 


7 4 


10 50 


3 35 


5 8 


7 1 


10 52 


21 


5 11 ! 58 


10 55 


14 


Sa. 


1 1 13 25 


5 5 


7 3 


11 27 


4 29 


5 9 


7 


11 30 


1 10 


5 12 ; 50 


11 31 


15 


<: 


13 54 41 


5 


7 1 


morn. 


5 29 


5 10 


6 58 


morn. 


2 15 


5 13 : 54 


mor. 


10 


M. 


13 35 43 


5 7 


7 


8 


32 


5 11 


(i 57 


12 


3 IS 


5 14 53 


10 


17 


Tn. 


13 10 32 


5 8 


6 58 


53 


7 30 


5 12 


55 


58 


4 21 


5 15 


52 


1 3 


18 


W. 


12 57 9 


5 10 


6 57 


I 44 


8 38 


5 13 


6 54 


1 49 


5 22 


5 10 


51 


1 51 


1!) 


Th. 


12 37 31 


5 11 


6 55 


2 38 


9 32 


5 14 


53 


2 43 


6 18 


5 17 


(i 50 


2 47 


20 


Fr. 


12 17 40 


5 12 


51 


3 35 


10 21 


5 15 


51 


3 39 


7 7 


5 17 


6 48 


3 43 


21 


Sa. 


1 1 57 47 


5 13 


52 


rises. 11 6 


5 10 


6 50 


rises. 


7 47 


5 18 


47 


rises 


22 


<J 


11 37 30 


5 14 


51 


7 18 11 45 


5 17 


6 48 


7 15 


8 26 


5 19 


45 


7 13 


23 


M. 


11 17 15 


5 15 


49 


7 47 


cv.20 


5 17 


47 


7 45 


9 6 


5 20 


641 


7 44 


24 


Tu. 


10 50 43 


5 10 


6 48 


8 13 


58 


5 18 


45 


8 12 


9 43 


5 21 6 43 


8 12 


85 


YV~. 


10 30 


5 17 


40 


8 39 


I 34 


5 19 


6 41 


8 39 


10 19 


5 22 1 41 


8 40 


2(i 


Th. 


10 15 7 


5 IS 


44 


9 5 


2 10 


5 20 


42 


9 6 


10 52 


5 23 1 40 


9 7 


27 


Fr. 


9 51 4 


5 19 


43 


9 33 


2 49 


5 21 


G 41 1 9 35 


11 31 


5 24 6 38 


9 37 


28 


Sa. 


9 32 52 


5 20 


41 


10 4 


3 28 


5 22 


39 10 7 


ev.14 


5 25 ! 6 37 


10 10 


29 


C 


9 11 31 


5 21 


39 


10 40 


4 15 


5 23 


37 10 41 


1 2 


5 20 | 35 


10 48 


30 


M. 


8 50 


5 22 


6 38 


11 21 


5 9 


5 24 


6 30 ;11 25 


1 55 


5 20 ! 31 


11 30 


31 Tu. 

1 


8 28 22 


5 23 


6 30 


morn. 


6 9 


5 25 


6 34 morn. 


2 55 


5 27 32 


mor. 



SUPREME COURT - Terms for August. 



TIME. TERM. PLACE. JUSTICI 

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

do do do Kings Tappen. 

do do do Dutchess Barnard. 

4thTues. CifeO.it T., Franklin Potter. 

do Sp'l Term, Herk'er, Bacon. 



TIME. TERM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 

L't Mon. C.ct O.&T., Tioga, Balcom. 

do Sp'l Term, Cavnga. .. Welles. 

do C.tfeO.«feT., Wyom'g, Marvin. 
L'tTues. Sp'l Term, Albany,.. Hngeboom. 

do do do Erie, Barker. 



Alaska, our newly acquired territory in Northwest America, extends from the British 
Possessions to the Polar sea, one-third of it lying north of the Arctic circle, and is about 
400 miles loilg. It bas a population of 5,000 or (i.000 Russians, and ten times that number 
of Indians and Esquimaux : the former hunting, fishing, and trapping in the interior, and 
the latter living on the northern coast. The climate Oil the southwest coast is mild, with 
little snow in winter, and heavy fogs in summer. Most of the country is well timbered; 
the soil repays cultivation, yielding barley and vegetables of many sorts; while gold, 
cppper, iron and coal are louiid in various places, and the coast waters swarm with her- 
ring, salmon, halibut and cod. 

Sanitary Regulations. — More soldiers die of disease than from the enemy's shot. 
The small British army in the Crimea lost i:>,000 men by disease in seven months. The 
almost unexampled good health of the vast American army was owing in no small de- 
gree to improved regulations and instructions for the preservation of health. 



10 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



9th Month. 



SEPTEMBER, 1869. 



30 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. 


York. 


Washt'n. 


Charlea'n. 


Sun on roerid. 
or noon mark. 








DAT. 


H. H 


H. 


M. 


H. M. 


H. M 


B. 


B. M. 8. 


New Moo 




G 
12 


1 22 mo. 
4 39 ev. 


1 

4 


10 mo. 

27 ev. 


58 mo. 
4 15 ev. 


46 mo. 
4 3ev. 


1 

9 


11 59 43 


First C, 


CARTER, . 




11 57 5 


Full M 


OON, 




20 
28 


3 57 ev. 

4 26 ev. 


3 45 ev. 

4 14 ev 


3 33 ev. 

4 2ev. 


3 21 ev. 
3 50 ev. 


17 
25 


11 54 17 


Third < 


Quarter, 




11 51 29 


o . 


^ 


CALENDAR 




CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


S 


IS 


£2 


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


For N Y City«Phil., Conn.. 


For Wash. Md.Va. 


o 


o 

H 




Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J., 


Penn.. O..Ind., 111. 


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 


> 
< 


SDK 1 SUN ' MOON 


H. W. 


SDN 


SUN 


MOON 


H. W. 


8CN 


SUN MOON 


a 


P 


W E 


RISES. 1 SETS. | KISS*. 


BOSTON 


RISES. 


BETS. 


RISES. 


N. YORK 


RISES. 


BETS. 


RISES. 






DEC. M a. 


H. M. I H II. H. M. 


II M. 


H M. 


H. M 


H. M. 


H. M. 


II. M. 


H. M. 


B. M. 


l 


w. 


8 6 31 


5 21 6 35 9 


7 16 


5 26 


6 33 


14 


4 1 


5 28 


Gol 


19 


9 


Tli. 


7 44 39 


5 20 ; 6 33 1 4 


8 20 


5 27 


6 31 


1 9 


5 5 


5 29 


6 29 


1 14 


3 


Fr. 


7 22 37 


5 27 6 31 I 2 8 


9 24 


5 28 


G 29 


2 12 


6 10 


5 30 


28 


2 17 


4 


Sa. 


7 27 


5 2S , 29 ' 3 17 


10 22 


5 29 


6 28 


3 21 


7 8 


5 31 


G2G 


3 24 


5 


c. 


6 38 10 


5 29 6 28 4 30 


11 15 


5 30 


6 26 


4 33 


7 57 


5 32 


6 25 


4 36 


fi 


If. 


6 15 47 


5 30 C 20 sets. 


morn. 


5 31 


G 25 


sets. 


8 47 


5 33 


6 23 


sets. 


7 


To. 


5 53 17 


5 31 (5 24 7 37 


2 


5 32 


6 23 


7 37 


9 35 


5 34 


6 22 


7 37 


H 


W. 


5 30 41 


5 32 6 22 8 12 


48 


5 33 


6 21 


8 14 


10 21 


5 35 


6 21 


8 15 


9 


Th. 


5 8 


5 33 21 8 4S 


1 37 


5 31 


G 20 


S 50 


11 7 


5 35 


6 20 


8 53 


10 


Fr. 


4 45 14 


5 31 6 19 9 25 


2 24 


5 35 


6 18 


9 28 


11 58 


5 3G 


618 


9 31 


11 


Sa. 


4 22 23 


5 35 G 17 10 5 


3 13 


5 36 


6 16 


10 9 


morn. 


5 37 


617 


10 13 


12 


<: 


3 59 27 


5 36 15 10 51 


4 6 


5 37 


G 15 


10 55 


53 


5 38 


6 15 


11 


13 


M. 


3 38 27 


5 37 8 14 11 39 


5 6 


5 38 


6 13 


11 41 


1 53 


5 39 


614 


11 49 


14 


Tu. 


3 13 21 


5 3S 12 morn. 


6 9 


5 39 


11 


morn. 


2 55 


5 40 


612 


mor. 


IS 


W. 


2 50 10 


5 39 10 31 


7 15 


5 40 


6 9 


38 


3 59 


5 41 


610 


43 


1(5 


Th. 


2 27 8 


5 40 G 8 1 30 


8 13 


5 41 


6 8 


1 34 


4 57 


5 42 


6 9 


1 39 


17 


Fr. 


2 3 53 


5 41 ! G 7 2 28 


9 7 


5 12 


6 G 


2 31 


5 52 


5 43 


6 7 


2 35 


IS 


Sa. 


1 40 37 


5 13 6 5 :; 28 


9 51 


5 43 


G 4 


3 31 


6 40 


5 44 


6 6 


3 34 


19 


<• 


1 17 19 


5 41 6 3 4 21 


10 30 


5 41 


6 3 


4 27 


7 21 


5 44 


G 4 


4 29 


'.'(i 


M. 


S3 59 


5 45 G 1 rises. 


11 15 


5 15 


6 1 


rises. 


7 57 


5 45 


6 2 


rises 


21 


Til 


30 3s 


5 l'i 6 G 42 


11 50 


5 46 


5 59 


6 42 


8 33 


5 40 


6 1 


6 42 


•> i 


W. 


7 15 


5 47 5 58 7 S 


ev.2S 


5 17 


5 5S 


7 9 


9 11 


5 47 


5 59 


7 9 


83 


Tli. 


S. hi 8 


5 is 5 56 7 31 


1 


5 Is 


5 56 


7 30 


9 40 


5 48 


558 


7 38 


l\ 


Fr. 


39 32 


5 19 5 51 B 5 


1 37 


5 19 


5 54 


8 8 


10 22 


5 49 


5 56 


8 10 


23 


Ba. 


1 2 51 


5 50 5 53 s 3 s 


2 17 


5 50 


5 53 


8 41 


10 59 


5 50 


5 54 


8 45 


. 


( 


1 26 21 


5 51 5 51 9 16 


2 5s 


5 51 


5 52 


9 20 11 43 


5 51 


5 53 


9 21 


27 


M. 


1 K) 15 


5 52 5 1!) 10 


3 18 


5 52 


5 50 10 4 cv.32 


5 52 


5 51 


10 9 


28 


Tu. 


2 13 § 


5 53 5 1? 10 51 


i n 


5 53 


5 Is 10 50 J 1 27 


5 53 


5 50 


11 




W. 


2 36 30 


5 51 5 M 11 56 


5 13 


5 51 


5 40 11 54 2 29 


5 51 


5 4s 


11 59 


n 


Th 


i 59 50 


5 50 5 11 morn. 


6 :.l 


5 51 


5 41 morn. 3 37 


o oo 


5 46 


mor. 



SUPREME COURT -Terms for September. 



T I II E. 

1st Mull, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2d Mon., 

do 

do 
2d Tues., 
3.1 Mon., 



TERM. 

S. T. (Ch.), 
ill do 

C.&O.AT., 
do do 

■ In do 
G'l Term,.. 

do do 

do do 
C.&O.A P., 

do do 
sp'i Term, 
< v.- 0.«fcT., 



PLACE. 7U8TICJS. 

X. York. 

Rings Barnard. 

Pulaski,. Foster. 
< Inen'ogo Board man. 
To'pklns, Parker. 

ter. 
Buffalo. 
Newb'h. 

Saratoga, Bosokrans. 
( ibat'qua, Davis. 

Utlca Bacon. 

Westch'r Gilbert. 



'II M B. 

3(1 Mon., 

do 

do 

do 

do 
:!ii Tues.. 

do 
•Itli Mon. 

do 

do 
LM Mon. 
L' t Tues. 



TERM. 

G'l Term.. 
c.a- 0.&T., 

do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

il i 



Bp'l Term 

do do 



VI. \CK. 

Albany. 

Kyrac*se„ 

Broome, 

Delaw're, 

Niagara, 

< 'linton, .. 

Warren,.. 
Ovid 

Corning, 

Orleans, „ 

Monroe,.. 
Albany,.. 



JUSTICE. 

Foster. 

Boardman. 

Balcom. 

Marvin. 

Bockes. 

Burkes. 

Welles. 

J. C. Smith. 

Barker. 

E. 1). Smith, 

Ingalls. 



Vknkiiai-.i.f. Aoe. — An elm tree was lately out down in Oiiio. said to he seven hundred 
and ninety-two years old, which would make it tour hundred and seventeen years old 
when < 'uiumhus discovered this western world. A tree stands near Lake Otsego, known 
M the " Silent Pine," which is thought to be a thousand years old. 

Artesian wki.t.s to the number ot 10D are now flowing in Algeria, and the number is 
rapidly increasing; wherever they are bored gardens are springing up, great numbers of 
dale trees are set out, and large tracts of the desert are reclaimed. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



11 



10th Month. 



OCTOBER, 1869. 



31 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 



New Moon, 

First Quarter, 

Full Moon 

Third Quarter, 



12 

20 

28 



Boaton. N. York. Waeht'n. Charles'n. or noon mark. 



9 ;>.*> mo 

5 IS mo 
9 13 mo 

3 ."in mo 



9 23 mo. 
5 6 mo. 

9 lino. 
3 38 mo. 



D 11 mo 
4 51 mo, 

8 19 mo 
3 20 mo. 



8 59 mo 
4 42 mo 
8 37 mo, 
3 11 mo 



11 49 31 

11 47 11 

11 45 20 

11 44 7 









t> 






fr. 






o 


H 


H 


< 


< 


O 


Q 


1 


Fr. 


2 


Sa. 


3 


C 


4 


M. 


5 


Tu. 


fi 


W. 


7 


Th. 


8 


Fr. 


9 


Sa. 


10 


C 


11 


M. 


12 


Tu. 


13 


W. 


14 


Th. 


15 


Fr. 


16 


Sa. 


17 


C 


IS 


M. 


19 


Tu. 


20 


W. 


21 


Th. 


<>'> 


Fr. 


23 


Sa. 


21 


<: 


25 


M. 


20 


Tu 


27 


W. 


as 


Th. 


29 


Fr. 


30 


Sa. 


31 


C 



3 23 9 

3 40 20 

4 9 40 
4 33 52 

4 50 

5 19 5 

12 5 
5 1 

27 52 
50 38 

13 19 
35 53 
58 21 
20 42 

8 42 57 

9 5 3 
9 27 2 
9 48 52 

10 10 31 
10 32 7 

10 53 31 

11 14 44 
11 35 48 

11 i>6 41 

12 17 23 
12 37 54 

12 58 14 

13 1< 21 
13 3*i 10 
13 57 58 
11 17 20 



CALENDAR 

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

Wis.. Iowa and Oregon. 



5 57 
5 58 

5 59 


6 1 



li 
(i 
(i 



(i 
<> 



3 
4 

(i 
7 

8 
9 
10 
6 11 
6 13 
G 14 
6 15 
G 1G 
17 
G 18 
G 20 
G 21 
6 22 
G 23 
G 21 
26 
6 27 
6 28 
G 29 
G 31 
G 32 



5 42 
5 40 
5 39 
5 37 
5 35 
5 33 
5 32 
5 30 
5 28 
5 27 
5 25 
5 23 
5 22 
5 20 



11 13 



5 11 

rises. 



CALENDAR 

For N Y City, Phil., Conn. 

N.J.,Penn.,O..Iud..I)l. 



RISE*. 



U M. 

5 50 
5 57 
5 58 
5 59 
G 



6 11 
6 12 
G 13 
G 11 
G 15 
6 16 
6 18 
19 
6 20 
6 21 
6 22 
G 23 
G 24 
G 26 
6 27 
6 28 
6 29 



sux 

BETS. 



5 43 

5 41 

5 39 

5 38 

5 30 

5 35 

5 33 

5 31 

5 30 

5 28 

5 27 

5 25 

5 23 

5 22 

5 20 

5 19 

5 17 

5 16 

5 14 

5 13 

5 12 

10 

9 

7 

6 

4 

3 

2 

1 

59 

4 58 



MO05 H. W. 
RISES. N. YORK 



58 

2 8 

3 20 

4 31 
sets. 
G 12 

7 19 

8 1 

8 47 

9 37 

10 30 

11 27 
morn, 

25 

1 22 

2 21 

3 18 

4 14 

5 11 
rises, 

6 10 

6 43 

7 19 

8 1 

8 50 

9 45 

10 45 

11 50 
morn. 

59 
2 11 



CALENDAR 
ForWash. Md.Va. 
Ky. Mo. andCal. 



IVH 
RISES. 



St* 
SETS. 



MOOS 
RISES. 



4 42 


5 55 


5 13 


1 3 


5 48 


5 56 


5 42 


2 11 


6 45 


5 57 


5 10 


3 2-2 


7 37 


5 58 


5 39 


4 35 


8 22 


5 59 


5 37 


sets. 


9 12 


6 


5 35 


6 41 


10 


6 1 


5 34 


7 22 


10 15 


6 2 


5 32 


8 5 


11 30 


6 3 


5 31 


8 52 


morn. 


6 4 


5 29 


9 42 


32 


6 5 


5 28 


10 35 


1 31 


6 6 


5 26 


11 32 


2 30 


6 7 


5 25 


mor. 


3 30 


6 8 


5 23 


29 


4 26 


6 9 


5 22 


1 20 


5 18 


6 10 


5 21 


2 23 


6 5 


Gil 


5 19 


3 19 


6 47 


6 12 


5 18 


4 15 


7 20 


6 13 


5 16 


5 11 


8 


614 


5 15 


rises 


8 38 


6 15 


5 14 


6 12 


9 18 


GIG 


5 13 


6 47 


9 57 


618 


5 11 


7 23 


10 36 


6 19 


5 10 


8 6 


11 19 


20 


5 9 


8 55 


ev.12 


6 21 


5 8 


9 50 


1 9 


6 22 


5 6 


10 49 


2 10 


6 23 


5 5 


11 54 


3 14 


6 24 


5 4 


mor. 


4 21 


6 25 


5 2 


1 2 


5 23 


6 26 


5 1 


2 13 



SUPREME COURT -Terms for October. 



TTME. 

1st Mon. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
1st Tues. 

do 
2d Mon., 



TERif. 

S.T. (Iss.), 
Over&Ter. 
Ct (Pit 1), 
C't^P'rt 2), 
C't(P'rt 3), 
S. T. (I'll.), 
C.&0.&T., 
Sp'l Term, 
C&O.&T., 
do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



G'l Term,.. 

do do 
C.&O.&T., 



PLACE. 

N. York. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Richm'd, 

Kings 

Col'mbia 
Ulster, ... 
Clieiu'ng 
Madison, 
Caynga, .. 
Monroe,.. 

Erie, 

Catl'gus, 
Canton. 
Syrac'st*. 
Suffolk,... 



Barnard. 
Tappen. 

Hogeboom. 
Peckham. 
Parker. 
Board man. 
E I >. smith. 
Johnson. 
Marvin. 
Barker. 



Tappen. 



TIME. 

2d Mon. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2d Tues. 

do 
3d Mon. 

do 

do 

do 

do 
3d Tues. 
4th Mon 

do 
L't Mon 
L'tTues 



TERM. 

C.&O.&T., 
do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sp'l Term, 

C.&O.&T., 

do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sp'l Term, 
do do 



PLACE. 

Kings, .... 
Dutchess 
Sullivan, 
Montg'ry 
Otsego, ... 
Belmont, 
St. Law'e 
Watert'n 
Queens,... 
Rockl'nd 
Schoh'rie 
Watert'n 
Ontario,.. 
Essex, ..... 
Putnam,. 
Yates,_... 
Monroe,.. 
Albany, _ 



JUSTICE. 

Gilbert. 

Barnard. 

Miller. 

Bockes. 

Ba'.eom. 

Davis. 

Bockea. 

Mullin. 

Barnard. 

Tappen. 

Hogeboom. 

Mullin. 

E. D. Smith. 

Potter. 

Gilbert. 

J. C. Smith. 

Johnson. 

Miller. 



The whole Bible has 60 books, 1,1S9 chapters, and 40,264 verses. 



12 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



11th Month. 



NOVEMBER, 1869. 



30 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


Boston. 


N. 


York. 


Washt'n. .Charles'n. 


Sun on roerid. 
or noon mark. 




DAY. 


H. .M 


n. 


it 


H. M. 


n. m. 


D. 


H. 


u. s. 


New M 
First (J 
Full M 
Third 




3 

10 
19 
26 


6 51 ev. 

10 11 ev. 

2 34 mo. 

1 30 ev. 


6 39 ev. 
9 59 cv 
2 22 mo. 
1 IS ev. 


6 27 ev. 
9 47 ev. 
2 10 mo. 
1 6 ev. 


6 15 ev. 

9 35 ev. 
1 58 mo. 
54 ev. 


1 

9 
17 

25 


11 4 
11 4 
11 4 
11 4 


3 41 


>UARTER, . 
OON, 




4 




5 13 


Quarter, 


7 IS 


6 1 • 


a 


CALENDAR 




CALENDAR 


CALENDAR 


2 


£ 


£w 


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


For N Y City, Phil., Conn., 


ForWash. Md. Va. 


O 


CM 

o 




Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 


N.J., 


Penn., O., Ind., 111. 


Ky. Mo. and Cal. 




SON i SIIJI i MOON 


H. W. 


SEN 


SUN 


MOON 


H. W. 


SUN 


SUN 


MOOS 


H 


Q 


M z 


RISES. J 8ET8. RISES. 


BOSTON 


RISES. 


SETS. 


RISES. 


H. YORK 


RISES. 


SETS. 


RISES. 






DEO. M S. 


H. H. 1 H. M. | H. M. 


H. SI. 


B. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


E. H. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


1 


M. 


14 3(5 41 


6 33 


4 54 | 3 21 


9 34 


6 30 


4 57 


3 21 


6 20 


6 27 


5 


3 22 


?, 


Tu. 


14 55 42 


6 34 


4 53 4 35 


10 27 


6 31 


4 56 


4 35 


7 12 


6 28 


4 59 


4 34 


3 


W. 


15 14 2S 


6 36 


4 51 5 50 


11 17 


6 32 


4 54 


5 49 


7 59 


6 29 


4 58 


5 47 


4 


Th. 


15 33 


6 37 | 4 50 | sets. 


morn. 


6 34 


4 53 


sets. 


S 49 


6 31 


4 57 


sets. 


5 


Fr. 


15 51 16 


6 38 ! 4 49 6 31 


4 


6 35 


4 52 


6 35 


9 38 


6 32 


4 56 


6 40 


6 


Sa. 


16 9 16 


6 39 4 48 ! 7 19 


52 


6 36 


4 51 


7 23 


10 24 


6 33 


4 55 


7 28 


7 


C 


16 27 


6 41 


4 47 8 13 


1 41 


6 37 


4 50 


8 18 


11 15 


6 34 


4 54 


8 23 


K 


M. 


16 44 27 


6 42 


4 45 ' 9 7 


2 32 


6 38 


4 49 


9 12 


morn. 


6 35 


4 53 


9 17 


9 


Tu. 


17 1 37 


6 43 


4 44 10 9 


3 24 


6 40 


4 48 


10 13 


9 


6 36 


4 52 


10 IS 


10 


W. 


17 18 30 


6 44 


4 43 11 9 


4 16 


6 41 


4 47 


11 13 


1 3 


6 37 


4 51 


11 16 


11 


Th. 


17 35 4 


6 46 


4 42 morn. 


5 11 


6 12 


4 46 


morn. 


1 57 


6 38 


4 50 


mor. 


12 


Fr. 


17 51 21 


6 47 


4 41 j 9 


6 7 


6 43 


4 45 


12 


2 53 


6 39 


4 49 


15 


13 


Sa. 


18 7 18 


6 48 


4 40 ! 1 8 


7 1 


6 44 


4 44 


1 10 


3 46 


6 40 


4 48 


1 12 


14 


c; 


18 22 57 


6 49 J 4 39 | 2 6 


7 51 


6 46 


4 43 


2 7 


4 35 


6 41 


4 47 


2 8 


15 


M. 


18 38 15 


6 51 4 39 ' 3 3 


S 39 


6 47 


4 42 


3 3 


5 25 


6 43 


4 47 


3 3 


16 


Tu. 


IS 53 15 


6 52 1 4 38 4 


9 22 


6 4S 


4 41 


3 59 


6 8 


6 44 


4 46 


3 58 


17 


W. 


19 7 53 


6 53 | 4 37 4 58 


10 4 


6 49 


4 10 


4 57 


6 50 


6 45 


4 45 


4 55 


18 


Th. 


19 22 12 


6 54 | 4 36 5 57 


10 47 


6 50 


4 39 


a ;>.> 


7 31 


6 46 


4 44 


5 52 


19 


Fr. 


19 36 9 


6 56 4 35 rises. 


11 25 


6 51 


4 39 


rises. 


8 8 


6 47 


4 44 


rises 


20 


Sa. 


19 49 45 


6 57 4 34 5 55 


ev. 6 


6 53 


4 38 


6 


8 51 


6 48 


4 43 


6 4 


21 


(J 


20 2 59 


6 58 1 4 34 ; 6 32 


48 


6 54 


4 38 


6 36 


9 34 


6 49 


4 43 


6 41 


22 


M. 


20 15 51 


59 4 33 7 31 


1 34 


6 55 


4 37 


7 39 


10 19 


(i 50 


4 42 


7 44 


23 


Tu. 


20 28 21 


7 


4 32 ! 8 30 


2 32 


6 56 


1 36 


S 34 


11 4 


651 


4 42 


S 40 


24 


W T . 


20 40 28 


7 2 


4 32 9 37 


3 12 


6 57 


4 36 


9 41 


11 57 


6 52 


4 41 


9 45 


2.1 


Th. 


20 52 13 


7 3 


4 31 10 44 


4 6 


6 58 


4 35 


10 47 


ev.52 


6 53 


4 40 


10 50 


26 


Fr. 


21 3 33 


7 4 


4 31 


11 52 


5 4 


(i 59 


4 35 11 54 


1 51 


6 55 


4 40 


11 56 


27 


Sa. 


21 14 30 


7 5 4 30 


morn. 


6 6 


7 


1 :;:. 


morn. 


2 52 


6 56 


4 40 


mor. 


28 


C 


21 25 3 


7 6 ! 4 30 


: 1 3 


7 S 


7 2 


I ::i 


1 1 


3 55 


6 57 


4 40 


1 5 


29 


M. 


21 35 12 


7 7 4 30 


2 15 


8 11 


7 3 


4 31 


2 15 


l 55 


658 


4 39 


2 15 


30 


Tu. 


21 44 56 


7 8,4 29 


3 27 


9 8 


7 4 


4 34 


3 25 


5 53 


6 59 


4 39 


3 24 



SUPREME COURT -Terms for November. 



TIME. 

1st Mon, 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2d Mon., 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2dTues., 
3d Mon., 



TERM. PLACE. JUSTICE. 

G'lTerm... N. York. 
S. T. (Iss.), do 
C'WP'rtl), do 
C't(P'rt2), do 
S. T. (Ch.), do 

do do Kings Gilbert. 

do do Dutchess Barnard, 
C.&O.&T., Kin«H. ... Barnard. 

do do Albany, - Peckham. 

do do Utlca Bacon. 

do do LIv'gs'n, J.U.Smith. 

do do Wayne, .. EL D. smith. 

do do Genesee, Marvin. 

sp'i Term, Erie, Barker. 

CT&O.&T., Renssel'x Engalls. 



TIMS. 

3d Mon., 

do 

do 

do 
3d Tuea., 
•itii Mon. 

do 

do 

do 

•l!h Tucs. 

do 

L'l Mon. 

do 

L'tTues. 



TERM. 

C.AU.AT., 
do do 
do do 

G'l Term,., 
do do 

&&0.&T., 
do do 

S. T. 

C.&O.&T., 
do do 

Bp'l Term, 

C.&O.&T., 

Sp"l Term 
do do 



PLACE. 

Greene,... 

Scht'dy, . 

Bath 

Buffalo. 
Broome. 
Westch'r 
Newb'h,. 

Kings, 

Fulton.... 
S'.ly Hill, 

Syrac'se,. 

Schuyler, 

Yates, 

Albany, .. 



JUSTICE. 

Tlogeboom. 

Bockes. 

Welles. 



Tappen. 
Barnard. 

Gilbert. 

Kosekrans. 

Bockes. 

Morgan. 

Boardman. 

Welles. 

Peckham. 



Former Annexations. — The recent purchase of Russian America is the sixth acqui- 
sition of territory since the formation of our Union. Louisiana and the Mississippi Val- 
ley were purchased from France In 1808, for 115.000,000; Florida from Spain In 1819, for 
$3,000,000; Texas was annexed in 1843; California, New Mexico and Utah, were purchased 
from Mexico In 1848, for §15.000,000 ; and Arizona in ls>54, for §10,000,000. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC. 



13 



12th Month. 



DECEMBER, 1869. 



31 Days. 



MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon, 

First Quarter, .... 
Full Moon, 

TlIIRD QUARTER, . . . 



3 

10 
18 

25 



Boston. 



5 57 mo 
<i 27 ev. 
7 Cev. 
9 50 ev. 



N. York. Washfn 



5 45 mo, 
G 15 cv. 

6 51 ev 

y 3s cv. 



5 33 mo 
G Sijv. 

6 12 ev. 

9 26 e v. 



Charles'n. 



II. u. . 

5 21 mo 

5 51 ev 

6 30 ev. 

y n cv. 



Sun on roerid. 
or noon mark. 



11 49 24 
11 52 41) 

11 56 31 

12 33 



d 












h 






O 


N 


N 


■< 


< 


« 


Q 


1 


W. 


<; 


Th. 


3 


Fr. 


4 


Sa. 


5 


<: 


fi 


M. 


7 


Tu. 


s 


W. 


9 


Th. 


10 


Fr 


11 


Sa. 


12 


c 


13 


M. 


14 


Tu. 


15 


W. 


16 


Tli. 


17 


Fr. 


IS 


Sa. 


19 


1! 


20 


M. 


21 


Tu. 


>>>> 


W. 


23 


Th. 


21 


Fr. 


25 


Sa. 


26 


C 


27 


M. 


28 


Tu. 


29 


W. 


30 


Th. 


31 


Fr. 



PEQ M R 

21 51 15 

22 3 9 
22 II 38 
22 19 40 
22 27 17 
22 34 27 
22 41 11 
22 47 27 
22 53 17 

22 58 40 

23 3 35 
23 8 3 
23 12 3 
23 15 36 
23 18 40 
23 21 17 
23 23 25 
2:5 25 G 
2:i 26 18 
23 27 2 
2.5 27 17 
23 27 4 
23 26 23 
23 25 14 
23 23 36 
23 21 31 
23 18 57 
23 15 55 
23 12 21 
23 8 2G 
23 4 1 



CALENDAR 

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

Wis., Iowa and Oregon. 



I I N 
RISES 



7 17 



17 
is 
19 
20 
21 
7 22 
7 22 
7 23 
7 24 
7 24 
7 25 
7 2G 
7 26 
7 26 
7 27 
7 27 
7 28 
7 28 
7 28 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 30 



HON 
BETS. 



4 29 

4 29 

4 28 

1 28 

4 28 

4 28 

4 28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 



4 29 
4 29 
4 29 



4 32 



1100.1 

RI8E«. 



4 40 

5 51 

SCtP. 

5 .").'> 

6 52 

7 52 

8 51 

9 55 

10 50 

11 51 
morn 

52 

1 50 

2 48 

3 40 

4 45 

5 45 
rises. 

5 27 

6 2G 

7 29 
S 25 
9 45 

10 51 
morn. 

3 

1 13 

2 24 

3 35 

4 45 
G 3 



!io 2 

10 55 

11 44 
morn 

33 

1 22 

2 10 

2 57 

3 41 

4 3.'5 
^5 22 

6 11 

7 2 

7 52 

8 41 

9 28 

10 14 

11 1 
11 45 
e.v.32 

1 20 



2 9 

2 57 

3 48 

4 42 

5 41 
G 42 

7 44 

8 4G 

9 43 
10 37 



CALENDAR 

For N Y City, Phil., Conn. 

N.J.,Penn..O., Iud.. 111. 



JOS 
KIKES. 



SUV 
fETfl. 



7 6 
7 7 
7 8 
7 9 
7 10 
7 11 
7 12 



13 

11 
15 

15 
16 
16 

17 
18 
18 
19 

20 
7 20 
7 21 
7 21 
7 22 
7 22 
7 2:5 
7 23 
7 25 
7 23 
7 21 
7 24 
7 24 



4 31 
1 33 

4 33 
4 33 
4 32 
4 32 
4 32 
4 32 
4 32 
4 32 
4 32 
1 32 
4 33 
4 3!5 
4 3:5 



MOON 
RISES. 



4 3s 

5 51 

PCt9. 

G 

6 57 

7 57 
s 58 
9 59 

10 58 

11 56 
morn 

53 

1 49 

2 16 

3 41 

4 42 

5 41 
rises, 

5 32 

6 31 

7 33 

8 39 

9 47 
10 56 
morn. 

4 

1 12 

2 22 

3 32 

4 42 

5 59 



(i 
7 
8 

I 
10 
10 52 

II 41 
morn 

30 

1 20 

2 7 

2 57 

3 47 

4 37 

5 26 

6 13 

7 
741 

8 29 

9 19 
10 6 

10 59 

11 41 
ev.31 

1 29 

2 27 

3 28 

4 29 

5 31 
G 29 
7 22 



CALENDAR 
ForWaah. JMd.Va. 
Ky. Mo. and Cal. 



■ on 

RISES. 



SCH 
■ ITS. 



(I 

1 

2 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
it 
9 
7 10 
7 11 
712 
7 12 
7 13 
711 
7 14 
7 15 
7 15 
7 10 
7IG 
7 17 
7 17 
7 17 
7 18 
7 18 
7 18 
7 19 
7 19 



4 39 
4 39 
4 38 
4 3s 
I 3S 
i::s 
138 
1 38 
4 38 



4 3G 

5 47 

sett*. 
5 
7 2 

] 8 2 
9 2 

10 2 

11 1 



43s 


11 57 


43s 


mor. 


4 39 


53 


4 39 


1 19 


4 39 


2 15 


4 39 


3 41 


4 40 


4 39 


4 40 


5 37 


4 40 


rises 


4 41 


5 37 


1 41 


G 30 


4 12 


7 38 


4 42 


8 42 


4 43 


9 50 


4 43 


10 57 


4 41 


mor. 


4 41 


4 


4 45 


1 11 


4 40 


2 20 


1 47 


3 29 


4 47 


4 3S 


4 48 


5 54 



SUPREME COURT - Terms for December. 



TIME. 

1st Mon. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



TERM. PLACE. 

S. T. (Iss.), N. York. 



Over&Ter. 
C'WP'rt n, 
C't(P'rt2), 
C't(P'rtH), 
8. T. (Ob.), 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



C.A0.4T., Dutchess Tappen. 

Sp'l Term, Kings Barnard. 

G'l Term,.. Albany. 
C.&O.ifcT., Herk'er, Morgan. 



TIME. 

1st Mon, 

do 

2d Mon.. 
2d T lies., 

do 

do 
3d Mon., 
4thTue.s. 
L't Mon. 
L'tTues. 



TKRM. 

G'l Term,.. 
C.&O.AT., 
G'l Term,.. 
<J.*0.ifcT., 
Sp'l Term, 

do do 

C.&O.&T., 

Sp'l Term, 

do do 

do do 



PLACE. 

Roch'ter. 

Erie 

Kings. 
Lowville 

Madison, 
To'pkins, 
Wyom'g, 
Oswego, - 
Monroe,. 
Albany, _ 



JUSTICE. 

Davis. 

Mullin. 

Parker. 

Board man. 

Barker. 

Foster. 

E. D.Smith. 

Hogeboom. 



Education in France. — The total expense of the French government is about ?4O0,- 
000,000 yearly; and of this sum one-third is devoted to the army and navy, and only one 
three-hundredth part to popular education. The State of New York expends eight "times 
as much In proportion to its population, and Massachusetts eighteen times as much, lor 
education. 

A remarkable lake has been discovered in the mountains of Oregon, some twelve 
miles long by ten wide, sunken about 2.000 feet beneath the general surface, amid perpen- 
dicular walls, which will probably forever debar men from access tu the water. 



14 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



PRESIDENT. 

ANDREW JOHNSON, of Nashville, Tenn. Term expires March 4, 18G9. 

ULYSSES S. GRANT, of Galena, 111. From March 4, 1869, to March 4, 1873. 
The President is chosen by Electors, who are elected by the People, each State having 
as many as it has Senators and Representatives in Congress. He holds office lour years ; 
is Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States : has power to grant 
pardons and reprieves for offenses against the United States; makes treaties b5'and with 
the advice and consent of the Senate; nominates, and, with the consent of the Senate, 
appoints, all Cabinet, Diplomatic, Judicial and Executive officers ; has power to convene 
Congress, or the Senate only ; communicates to Congress, by message at? everj' session, 
the condition of the Union, and recommends such measures as he deems expedient: 
receives all Foreign Ministers ; takes care that the laws are faithfully executed, and the 
public business transacted. Salary $'25,000 a year. 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 
BENJAMIN F. WADE, of Jefferson, Ohio, ex officio. Term expires March 4, 1S69. 
SCHUYLER COLFAX, of South Bend, Ind. From March 4, 1809. to March 4. 1873. 
Is chosen 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 case of the death, resigna- 
tion, disability or removal of the President, his powers and duties devolve upon the Vice- 
President for the residue of his term. In cases of vacancy, where the Vice-President 
succeeds to the Presidential office, the President of the Senate becomes ex officio Vice- 
President. Salary, $8,000 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, &c. 

Secretary, WILLIAM H. SEWARD, of New York. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 
Receives and has charge of all moneys paid into the United States Treasury, has general 
supervision of the fiscal transactions or the Government, the collection of revenue, the 
auditing and payment of accounts and other disbursements, supervises the execution of 
the laws relating to the Commerce and Navigation of the United States, the Revenues 
and Currency, the Coast Survey, the Mint and Coinage, the Light-House Establishment, 
the construction of Marine Hospitals, Custom Houses, <£c. 
Secretary, HUGH McCULLOCH, of Indiana. 

WAR DEPARTMENT 
Has charge of business growing out of Military affairs, keeps the record of the army, 
issues commissions, directs the movement of troops, superintends their payment, stores, 
clothing, arms and equipments and ordnance, constructs fortifications and conducts 
works of military engineering. 

Secretary, Rrevet Maj.-Gen. JOHN M. SCHOFIELD, of Illinois. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Has charge of the Naval Establishment and all business connected therewith, issues 
Naval Commissions, instruction > and orders, supervises the enlistment and discharge of 
seamen, the MarineCorps, the construction of Navy Yards and Docks, the construction 
and equipment of Vessels, the purchase of provisions, stores, clothing and ordnance, the 
conduct of survevs and hvdrographical operations. 
Secretary, GIDEON WELLES, of Connecticut. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 
Has charge of the survey, management, sales and grants of Public Lands, the examina- 
tion of Pension and Bounty Land Claims, the management of Indian affairs, the exami- 
nation of Inventions and award of Patents, the collet lion of statistics, the distribution of 
Seeds, Plants, Ac, the taking of Censuses, the management of Government mines, the 
erection of Public Buildings, and the construction of wagon roads to the Pacific. 
Secretary, ORVILLE H. BUOWNING, of Illinois. 

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Has charge of the Postal System, the establishment and discontinuance of Post-Offices, 
appointment of Postmasters, the contracts lor carrying the mails, the Dead Letter Office, 
maintains an inspection to prevent frauds, mall depredations, &c. 
Secretary, ALEX. W. RANDALL, of Wisconsin. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

Is the legal adviser of the President and Heads oT Departments, examines titles, appli- 
cations for pardons and judicial and legal appointments, conducts and argues suits In 
which Government is concerned, <fec. 

Attorney-General, WM. M. EVARTS, of New York. 



EVENING} JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 15 

THE JUDICIARY. 

Supreme Court of the United States. 

Appointed. Salary. 

]»<UJ... Salmon P. Chase, Ohio, Chief JiUttce (Fourth Circuit), $f>,500 

]8~ r >... James M. Wayne, Savannah. Ga., Associate Justice, (Fifth Circuit), 6.000 

18 15... Samuel Nelson, Cooperstown, N. Y., do (Second do ), 6,000 

1846... KoHEii'i' c. gkier, Philadelphia, Pa., do (Third do ), «,ooo 

18">8... Nathan Clieeord, Portland, Maine, do (First do ), 6,000 

1802... Noah M. Swaynk, Columbus. Ohio, do (Seventh do ), 6, OK) 

I8(i*2... David Davis, Bloomington, Illinois, do (Eighth do ), 6,000 

1862... Samuel P. Mii.i.kk, Keokuk, Iowa, do (Ninth do ), C,(KX) 

1803... Stephen J. Field, California, do (Tenth do ), 0,0U) 

dO (Si. \tli do ), 6,. 00 

Circuits — First, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode island. second, 
New York, Vermont and Connecticut. Third, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Fourth, 
Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina. Fifth, South Caro- 
lina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama mid Mississippi. Sixth, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, 
Kentucky and Tennessee. SeVenth.Ohlo and Michigan. Eighth, Indiana and Illinois. 
Ninth. Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas. 'Tenth, California, Oregon and 
Nevada. 

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

D. Wesley Middleton, Of Washington, Clerk. 

John M. Wallace, of Pennsylvania, Reporter. 

Circuit Court of the United States. 

For the Second Circuit (including Nciv York, Vermont and Connecticut). 
Samuel Nelson, Juatice. 

Terms — New York: Northern District, Albany, 2d Tuesday in October; Canandaigua, 
3d Tuesday in June; also adjourned term for civil business only, at Albany, 3d Tuesday in 
January, and at Utica, 3d Tuesday in March. Augustus A. Boyce, Clerk, N. D., office, 
Uiica. Commissioners— Laban H. Aiasworth, Watertown: Daniel T. Arbnckle. Delhi; 
James Averille, Champlain : Miles Beach, Troy ; Geo. M. Beckwith, Plattsburgh; A. A. 
Boyce, Utica; Samuel T. Benedict, Schenectady ; John L. Buck, Lockport; John A.Corey, 
Saratoga Springs; James L. Clark, Rochester; Lucius P. Clark. Morrisville; Henrv S. 
Dodd, Argyle; Geo. B. Dusinbrrre, Geneva; John O. Dickey, Watertown: W. Frothing- 
hani. Albany; Geo. Gorham, Buffalo; Bobert J. Hilton, Albany ; Edwin M. EColbroi k, 
Ogdensburgh; Abraham Hees. Canajoharie; Charles S. Hall, Biuidiamton; Thoim.s M. 
Howell. Canandaigua; Abner Hazehine, Jamestown ; LeanderS Ketclium. Clyde: John 
T. Lamport, Troy ; Bobert Lansing, Watertown ; John T. Murray, Lockport; O. H. Mar- 
shall. Buffalo ; Charles G. Myers. Ogdensburgh; A. P. Nichols, Buffalo; Amasa J Parker, 
Jr., Albany; Albertus Perry, Oswego ; A. T. Payne, Corning; Charles H. Piper, Niagara 
Falls; James O. Putnam. Buffalo: William C. Bogers, s.vracuse; William C. Storrs, 
Bochester; II. U. Super, Batavia ; J.M.Smith. Buffalo; Nathaniel B. Sylvester, Trov ; 
Geo II. Sherman, Watertown ; Chas. O. Tappen, Potsdam ; James L. Woods, Klmira. 

New York: Southern District, New York, last Monday in February, l-t Monday in 
April, and 3d Monday in October. Kenneth G. White, Clerk, S. D., office. New York. 

New York: Eastern District, Brooklyn, lirst Wednesday in each month. Charles W. 
Newton, Clerk ; office, Brooklyn. Chmmisisionrrs : Charles W. Newtou, Samuel T. Jones. 

Vermont: Windsor, 4th Tuesday in July; Butland, October 3. 

District Court of the United States. 

New York: Northern District, Nathan K. Hall. Judge, Buffalo, salary. $3,50\ Wil- 
liam Dorsheimer, Attorney, Buffalo; O. H. Marshall, Clerk, Buffalo; Edward Dodd, 
Marshal, Argyle. Washington county. Drjmtij Marshals: Benj. Ashby. Auburn; Mel- 
ville Bilely, Glens Falls; E. W. Benedict, Ogdensburgh; Chas. M Bruce, Cuba. Allegany 
county; Win. D. Coyille. Elmira; Win. H. Corey, Owego ; Chester W. Carder. Bingham- 
ton ; Warren Dow, Plattsburgh; David Donaldson, Utica; Peter F. Daw, Cohoes ; S. B. 
Gurle}', Potsdam ; William Hiidreth, Canandaigua; Alonzo Hawley, Hinsdale; Lewis F. 
Harrington, bherman, Chautauqua county; Elisha J. Keeney, Bochester; D. M. Kittle, 
Schenectady ; Beuben S. Lusk, Batavia; Norman S. May. Saratoga Springs ; Edward A. 
Olendorf, Fly Creek, Otsego county; Caleb Pierce. Bochester; J. C. Pomeroy, Cortland : 
Stephen Beid, Oswego; Martin Bussed. Troy; Joab Stafford, Canajoharie; Charles F 
Symonds, Watertown: Samuel F. Symonds, Niagara Falls; Daniel G. Tucker, Lockport; 
Levi H. Williams, Buffalo; Peter Way, Syracuse ; Darius L. William, Corning; Archi- 
bald Young, Albany. 

Terms- Albany, 3d Tuesday in January: Utica, 3d Tuesday in March; Rochester, 2d 
Tuesday in May : Auburn. 3d Tuesday in November ; Buffalo, 3d Tuesday in August. One 
term annually in the county of St. Lawrence, Franklin, Clinton, Jefferson or Oswejjo, 
at such time and place as the Judge may direct, and a special session in Admiralty at the 
city of Builalo, on Tuesday of each week. 

New York : Southern District, Samuel B. Betts, Judge, New York, salary, $3,75C: Sam- 
uel G. Courtney, Attorney, New York; Bobert Murray, Marshal, New York; George F. 
Betts, Clerk. 

Terms — New York, 1st Tuesday in each month. 

New York: Eastern District, Charles L. Benedict, Judge. Brooklyn, salary, $3,750; 
B. F Tracy, Attorney, Brooklyn; Francis F. Dallon, Marshal, Brooklyn ; Samuel T. 
Jones, Clerk, Brooklyn. 

Terms — Brooklyn, 1st Wednesday in each month. 



16 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



XLth CONGRESS. 



The Constitution requires nine years' citizenship to qualify for admission to the Senate, 
and ^even years to the House of Representatives. An act approved July 26, 1866, requires 
the Legislatures or each State which shall be chosen next preceding any Senatorial 
term on the second after Its first meeting, to elect a successor, each House 

nomlnatin and then convening in Joint Assembly to compare nominations. 



receive a salary of v,,ooo per annum, and mileage at the rate oi 20 cents p»r mile. For 
e ch day's absence, excepl when caused by sickness, *S per diem is deducted irorn the 
«>l irv " The Pr< - tnate pro tan. receives the same compensation as the Vice- 

lent. The Speaker of the House of Representatives receives double the salary of 
a member. , . , ,. . . ,„„_ ,. , 

The Fortieth Congress commenced its first regular session March 4, 1S6/ ; adjourned 
March 29th to July 3d, when it met, and again adjourned July 20 to November 21, when it 
•mbled Its' second regular Bession began December 2, 1867, and adjourned July 
J, !r 'in time to time until December 7. IstiS, when it re-convened. It will adjourn 
tine die Match 4, 1869. 

SENATE — 74 MEMBERS. 

BENJAMIN F. WADE, of Ohio, President pro tan. of the Senate, ex officio Vice-President 

of the United states. 
GEORGE C. GOUIIAM, of California, Secretary. 



Alabama. 

WTLLARD WA EtNEB I Rep.) His term 
expires March 4. 1871. 

I .. M'KNCER(Rep.) nis term 
expires March 4, 1878. 

Arkansas. 
ALEXANDER MCDONALD (Rep.), of 
His term expires March :. 1871. 

SJAMIN F. RICE (Rep.) His term 
rcn 4. i-:;:. 

California. 
JOHN CONNER i: >.). of Sacramento 

He ■•'• is • ;• cted in I8t :. u< succeed 
- Latham I Dera.) Hi will I 
. by l i ! n: : v ^Dem.). 

< i iRNELlUa • i 'i.i. i Etep, l, <>f Santa 
Cruz li'* was elected in 1866, i" fi 
.h.ni's a. McDougall (Dem). His term 
Marco 4, wo. 

Connecticut. 
JAMES DIXON (Dem.), of Hartford. 
Mr. D. was el< 

Toucev (Dem.), and w;ls re-elected in lt>62. 

rm expires March 4, 1869. Hi- will be 

by \n M. A. BUCKINGHAM ' R< 1'. 

i IBBIS S. I i BR"X I Rep.), of tforwallc. 

in- was electi d in 1806, tosucceed Lafayette 

s. Poster (Rep.) His term expires March 

4, 1873. 

Delaware. 

JAMES A RAY A lti) (Dem). of Wil- 
mington. He was appointed byGovernor 
Saulsbury, April o, 1867. to till the vacancy 
created by the death of George Read Riddle, 
March 2) Mr. Riddle had been elected In 
i.i, to succeed Mr. Bayard, who r. -signed 
in consequence of the test oath. Mr. R.'s 
term expires March I, 1889. 

WILLARD SAULSBURT (Dem.), of 
Georgetown. Sussex county. He was elected 
in 1859, tosucceed Martin \V. Hates (Dem.), 
and was re-elected in 1805. His term ex- 
pires March 4, 1871. 



Florida. 

A. J. WELCH (Rep.) His term expires 
March 1. 1869. Abijah Gilbert has been 
elected to the full term. 

THOMAS W. OSBORNE (Rep). His 
term expires March 4, 1S73. 

Georgia. 

VIRGIL H. MILLER (Rep.) His term 
expires March 4. I8i 1 

JOSHUA HILL (Rep.), of Savannah. 
His term expires March 4, 1873. 

Illinois. 

RICHARD YATES (Rep.), of Jackson- 
ville. He was elected in 1865, to succeed 
Win. A. Richardson (Dem). His term 
expiree March 4, 1871. 

LYMAN TRUMBULL (Rep:), of Chicago. 
He was elected in 1855, to succeed James 
Shields i Dem.). and was re-elected in 1861, 
and again in 1887. His term expires March 
i, 1878. 

Indiana. 

THOMAS A. HENDRICKS (Dem.), of 
Indianapolis He was chosen in 1863 to 
succeed Joseph A. Wright, who had been 
appointed by the Governor to the unexpired 
term ot Jesse 1>. Bright, expelled. His 
term expires March I. 

OLIVER 1'. MORTON (Rep.), of Indian- 
apolis, lie was elected January 22, 1867, by 
vote in the Senate nt'°.s to p.), and in the 
House of 60 to 83, for D. \v. Voorhies 'Dem), 
to mic i HenryS. Lane (Rep). His term 

expires March I, 1878. 

Iowa. 

JAMES W. GRIMES (Rep.), of Burling- 
ton, Des Moines county. He was elected 
in 1850, to succeed George W. Jones (Dem.), 
and was reelected in 1865. His termexpires 
March I. 1871. 

JAMES HARLAN (Rep.), of Mount 
Pleasant. He was elected in 1866, to succeed 
Samuel J. Kirkwood. His term expires 
March 4, 1873. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



17 



Kansas. 

EDMUND G. ROSS (Rep.), of Lawrence, 
appointed July 19. 1866, to (ill the vacancy 
created by the death of James H. Lane, 
July 11. 1866. and elected by the Legislature 
January 23, 1867. His term expires March 
4, 1871. 

SAMUEL C. POMEHOY (Hep.), of Atchi- 
son. He was elected on the admission of 
the State in 1861, and was re-elected by the 
Legislature, January 23, 1867. His term 
expires March 4, 1873. 

Kentucky. 

THOMAS C. McCREKKY (Dem.), of 
Davies county. lie was elected Feb. 18, 
1868, to (ill the vacancy occasioned by the 
resignation of James Guthrie (Dem.) His 
term expires March 4, 1871. 

GARRETT DAVIS (Dem.), of Paris, 
Bourbon county. He was elected by the 
Legislature in 1861, to succeed John C. 
Breckinridge, expelled, and was re-elected 
January 30,1867. His term expires March 
4, 1873. 

Louisiana. 

W P. KELLOGG (Rep.), of New Orleans. 
His term expires March 4, 1871. 

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

Maine. 

LOT M. MORRILL (Rep.), of Augusta, 
elected to fill the vacancy created by the 
election of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, Vice- 
President, and, at the expiration of the 
term in 1863, was re-elected by the Legisla- 
ture to the full term. His term expires 
March 4, 1869. 

WM. P. FESSENDEN (Rep.), of Port- 
land, elected in 1854 to succeed James W. 
Bradbury (Dem.); re-elected in 1859; re- 
signed in 1864. to accept the position of 
Secretary of Treasury, and re-elected in 
1865, to succeed Nathan A. Farwell, who 
had been appointed to the vacancy. His 
term expires March 4, 1873. 

Maryland. 

WM. PINCKNEY WHYTE (Dem.), of 
Baltimore. He was appointed by Gov. 
Swann to fill the unexpired term of Reverdy 
Johnson (Dem). WILLIAM T. HAMIL- 
TON has been elected his successor. The 
term expires March 4. 1869. 

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

Massachusetts. 

CHARLES SUMNER (Rep.), of Boston. 
He was elected by the Legislature in 1851, 
to succeed Robert C. Winthrop (Whig), and 
was re-elected in 18-57, and again in 1863. 
His term expires March 4. 1869, 

HENRY WILSON (Rep.), of Natiek, 
Middlesex county. He was elected to the 
United States Senate by the Legislature in 
1854, to fill the vacancy caused by the 
resignation of Edward Everett (Whig"), and 
was re-elected in 1S59, and again in 1805. 
His term expires March 4, 1871. 

Michigan. 

ZACHARIAH CHANDLER (Rep.), of 
Detroit. He was elected by the Legislature 



in 1856, to succeed Lewis Cass (Dem.), and 
was re-elected at the expiration of his term 
in 1863. His term expires March 4, 1869. 

JACOB M. HOWARD (Rep.), of Detroit. 
He was elected in 1862 to fill vacancy caused 
by the decease of Kinsley S. Bingham 
(Rep.) He was elected to the full term in 
1865. His term expires March 4, 1871. 

Minnesota. 

ALEXANDER RAMSEY (Rep.), of St. 
Paul. He was elected by the Legislature 
in 1863 to succeed Henry M. Rice (Dem). 
His term expires March 4. 1869. 

DANIELS. NORTON (Dem.), elected in 
1865 to succeed Morton S. Wilkinson (Rep), 
lie received a vote of 48 to 12 for Col. 
George. His term expires March 4, 1871. 

Mississippi. 

Not reorganized. 

Missouri. 

JOHN B. HENDERSON (Cons. Rep), of 
Louisiana, Pike county. On the expulsion 
of Tusten Polk from the U. S. Senate, for 
treason, he was appointed to fill the va- 
cancy, and was elected to the full term by 
the Legislature, November 13, 1863, by a 
vote of 82, against 42 for John S. Phelps, 
and 12 scattering. His term expires March 
4, 1869. 

CHARLES D. DRAKE (Rep.), of St. 
Louis. He was elected in 1867, to succeed 
B. Gratz Brown (Rep.) His term expires 
March 4, 1873. 

Nebraska. 

THOMAS W. TIPTON (Rep.), of Omaha 
Citv. His term expires March 4, 1869. 

JOHN M. THAYER (Rep.), of Browns- 
ville. His term expires March 4, 1871. 

Nevada. 

WILLIAM M. STEWART (Rep.), of 
Virginia City. His term expires March 4, 
1869. 

JAMES W. NYE (Rep.), of Carson City. 
He was one of its first Senators, and was 
reelected in 1867. His term expires March 
4, 1873. 

New Hampshire. 

AARON H. CRAGIN (Rep.), of Leb- 
anon, elected in 186-5 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. 

FREDERICK T. FRELINGHUYSEN 
(Rep.), of Newark, who was appointed by 
Governor Ward. November 12, to the va- 
cancy occasioned by the death of William 
Wright (Dem.), and January 22. 1867. was 
elected bvthe Legislature. The - term ex- 
pires March 4, 1869. 

ALEXANDER G. CATTELL (Rep.), of 
Merchantsville, Camden countv. He was 
elected Tuesday, September 18,"l866, to fill 
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. 



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EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



New York. 

EDWIN D. MORGAN (Rep.), of New 
York city. He was elected in February, 
1863. to succeed Preston King. His term ex- 
pires March 4, 1869. 

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

North Carolina. 

JOHN C. ABBOTT (Rep.), of Wilming- 
ton. His term expires March 4, 1871. 

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

Ohio. 

BENJAMIN F. WADE (Rep.), of Jeffer- 
son, Ashtabula count}'. He was elected in 
1851, to succeed Thomas Ewing (Whig), and 
was re-elected in 1857. and again in 1863. 
His term expires March 4, 1SG9. 

JOHN SHERMAN (Rep.), of Mansfield. 
He was elected in 1S60, to succeed George E. 
Pugh, and was reelected in 1S66. His term 
expires March 4, 1873. 

Oregon. 

GEORGE H. WILLIAMS (Rep.), of Port- 
land. He was elected in 1865. to succeed 
Benjamin F. Harding (Rep.) His term ex- 
pires March 4, 18,1. 

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

Pennsylvania. 

CHARLES R. BUCKAL*:W (Dem.), of 
Bloomsburgh, Columbia county. He was 
elected in 1863, to succeed David Wilmot 
(Rep.) His term expires March 4, 1869. 

SIMON CAMERON (Rep.), of Harris- 
burgh. He was elected in 1867, to succeed 
Edgar Cowan (Cons. Un.) His term ex- 
pires March 4, 1873. 

Rhode Island- 

WILLIAM SPRAGUE (Rep.), of Provi- 
dence, elected by the Legislature in 1862, to 
succeed Samuel G. Arnold (Cons.) His 
term expires March 4, 1869. 

HENRY B. ANTHONY (Rep.), of Provi- 
dence. He was elected to the U. S. Senate 
by the Legislature in 1858, to succeed Philip 
Allen (Dem.), and was re-elected in 1865. 
His term expires March 4, 1871. 

South Carolina. 

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

F. A. SAWYER (Rep.), of Charleston. 
His term expires March 4, 1873. 



Tennessee. 

DAVID T. PATTERSON (Dem.), of 
Greenville. His term expires March 4, 
1869. He will be succeeded by William G. 
Brownlow (Rep.), of Knoxville, who was 
chosen his successor by the Legislature in 
October, 1867. 

JOSEPH S. FOWLER (Rep.), of Nash- 
ville. His term expires March 4, 1871. 

Texas. 

Not reorganized. 

Vermont. 

GEO. F. EDMUNDS (Rep.), of Burling- 
ton, who was appointed by Gov. Dillingham 
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death 
of Solomon Foot, which appointment was 
subsequently confirmed by the Legislature, 
in his election, October, 1866. His term ex- 
pires March 4, 1869. 

JUSTIN S. MORRILL (Rep.), of Straf- 
ford. He was elected in 1S66, to succeed 
Luke P. Poland (Rep.) His term expires 
March 4, 1873. 

Virginia. 

Not reorganized. 

West Virginia. 

PETER G. VAN WINKLE (Rep.), of 
Parkersburg, elected by the Legislature in 
1863. His term expires March 4, 1869. 

WAITMAN T. WILLEY (Rep.), of Mor- 
gantown, Monongalia county, Va. He was 
elected by the reorganized Legislature of 
Virginia, in 1861, to succeed James M. 
Mason, and was re-elected by the Legisla- 
ture ot the new State, in 1863. His term 
expires March 4, 1871. 

Wisconsin. 

JAMES R. DOOLITTLE (Dem.), of 
Racine. He was elected in 1857 to succeed 
Henry Dodge (Dem.), and on the expiration 
of his term in 1863, was re-elected. His 
term expires March 4, 1869. 

TIMOTHY O. HOWE (Rep.), of Green 
Bay, elected to succeed Charles Durkee 
(Rep.), and re-elected in 1867. His term 
expires March 4, 1873. 

Recapitulation. 

Republican Union,- 56 

Democrats, 12 

Not reorganized, „ 6 

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES — 241 MEMBERS. 



SCHUYLER COLFAX, of 

edward Mcpherson, 
Alabama. 

The FIRST DISTRICT Is represented 
bv FRANCIS W. KELLOGG (Rep.), of 
Mobile. 

The SECOND DISTRICT' is composed 
of Barbour, Butler, Coffee. Covington, Dale, 
Henry. Lowndes and Pike counties. It is 
represented by CHARLES W. BUCKLEY 
(Hep.), of Hayneville. 

The THIRD DISTRICT is represented 



Indiana, Speaker. 

of Pennsylvania, Clerk. 

by BENJAMIN W. NORRIS (Rep.), of 
Montgomery. - . 

The FOURTH DISTRICT is represented 
by CHARLES W. PIERCE (Rep.), of 
DemopolK , 

The FIFTH DISTRICT Is represented 
by JOHN B. CALLIS (Rep.) 

The SIXTH DISTRICT Is represented 
by THOMAS HAUGHEY (Rep.), of Deca- 
tur. 



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Arkansas. 

The FIRST DISTRICT Is represented by 
LOGAN H. ROOTS (Rep.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT is Vacant. 
JAMES HINDS (Rep.), who was elected 
to the position, having been assassinated. 

The THIRD DISTRICT is represented 
by THOMAS BOLLES (Rep.) 

California. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Buena Vista, Fresno, Kern, 
Los Angeles, Mariposa, Merced, Monterey, 
San Bernardino. San Diego, San Francisco, 
San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, 
Santa Crux, Stanislaus and Tulare. It is 
represented by SAMUEL B. AXTELL 
(Dem.), of San Francisco, who received a 
vote of 18,793 to 13,989 for Timothy G. 
Phelps (Rep.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Alameda, Alpine, Amador, 
Calaveras, Contra Costa, El Dorado. Mono, 
Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sau Joaquin 
and Tuolumne. It is represented by WIL- 
LIAM HIGBV (Rep.), of Calaveras, who 
was re-elected by a vote of 16,053 against 
14,786 for James W. Co tiro th (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Butte, Colusa, Del Norte, 
Humboldt, Klamath. Lake, Lassen, Maria, 
Mendocino, Napa, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, 
Siskiyou. Solano, Sonomas, Sutter, Taha- 
mas, Trinity, Yolo and Yuba. It is repre- 
sented by JAMES A. JOHNSON (Dem.), 
of Downieville. who received a vote of 14,767 
against 14,394 lor Chancellor Harlson (Rep.) 

Connecticut. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Hart- 
ford and Tolland counties. It is represented 
by RICHARD 1). HUBBARD (Dem.), of 
Hartford, who received a vote of 11,994 
against 11 477 for Henry C. Deming (Rep.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of Mid- 
dlesex and New Haven counties. It is 
represented by JULIUS HOTCHKISS 
(Dem.), of Middletown. who received a 
vote of 14.730 against 12,937 for Cyrus W. 
Northrup (Rep.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of New 
London and Windham counties. It is 
represented bv HENRY H. STARK- 
WEATHER (Hep.), of Norwich, who re- 
ceived a vote of 9,723 against 7,827 for Earl 
Martin (Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Fairfield and Litchfield counties. It is 
represented by WILLIAM H. BARNUM 
(Dem.), of Lime Rock, who received avote 
of 13,083 against 12,403 for Phineas T. Bar- 
num (.Rep.) 

Delaware. 

Elects but one member from the entire 
State, and is represented by 

JOHN A. NICHOLSON ( Dem.), of Dover, 
who was re elected by a vote of 9,913 against 
8,553 for John L. McKim (Rep.) 

Florida. 

CHARLES M. HAMILTON (Rep.) 

Georgia. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is composed of 
Appling, Berrien, Bowen, Brooks. Bryan, 
Bulloch, Chatham, Camden, Charlton, Col- 
quitt, Clinch, Coffee, Echols, Effingham, 
Emanuel, Glvnn, Irwin, Johnson, Laurens, 
Liberty, Lowndes Mcintosh, Montgomery, 



Pierce, Scrlven. Tatwall, Telfair, Thomas, 
Wavne and Ware counties. It Is repre- 
sented by J. W. CLIFT (Rep.), of Savannah, 
who received a vote of 11,951 against 8,141 
for Fitch (Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT is composed of 
Baker, Chattahoochee, Calhoun, Clay, De- 
catur, Dooly, Dougherty, Early. Houston, 
Lee, Macon, Marion, Miller, Pulaski, Quit- 
man, Randolph, Sumpter, Stewart, Terrell, 
Worth, Webster and Wilcox counties. It 
is represented by NELSON TIFT (Dem.), 
who received a vote of 13,172 against 11,670 
for Whitelev (Rep.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT Is composed of 
Campbell, Carroll, Clayton. Coweta, Fay- 
ette, Harris. Heard, Merriweather, Mus- 
cogee, Schlev, Talbot and Troup counties. 
It is represented by WILLIAM P. ED- 
WARDS (liep ). of Butler. Tyler county, 
who received a vote of 12,5o6 against 11,581 
for Alexander (Dem ) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT is composed 
of Baldwin, Bibb. Butts. Crawford, Henry, 
Jasper, Jones, Monroe, Newton, Pike, Put- 
nam, Spaulding, Twiggs, Upson and Wil- 
kinson counties. It is represented by 
SAMUEL F. GOVE (Rep.), of Griswolds- 
ville, Twiggs county, who received a vote 

of 13,078 against 10,917 for Lochrane 

(Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT is composed ol 
Burke, Columbia,;Elbert, Glascock, Greene, 
Hancock, Jefferson. Lincoln, Morgan, Ogle- 
thorpe. Richmond, Talliaferro, Warren, 
Washington and Wilkes counties It is 
represented bv CHARLES H. PRINCE 
(Rep.), of Augusta, who was elected with- 
out opposition, receiving 17,942 votes. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT is composed of 
Banks, Clarke, Dawson, Fannin, Forsyth, 
Franklin, Gilmer, Gwinnett, Habersham, 
Hall, Hart, Jackson, Lumpkin. Madison, 
Milton, Pickens, Rabun, Towns, Union, 
Walton and White counties. John H. 
Christy (Dem.), of Athens, who received 

avote of 7,17.4 against 6,140 for Wimpy 

(Rep.), claims the seat on a certificate from 
Gen. Meade, but his right to it is contested 
on the ground of disloyalty, by Wimpy, 
who holds a certificate Irom Gov. Bullock. 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT is composed 
ofBarton, Catoosa, Chattanooga, Cherokee, 
Cobb, Dade. De Kalb, Floyd. Fulton, Gor- 
don, Haralson, Murray, Paulding, Polk, 
Walker and Whitefield counties. It is rep- 
resented by P. M. B. YOUNG (Dem.), who 
received a vote of 11,160 against 8,054 for 
Adkins (Rep.) 



Illinois. 
Elects one member from the State at large. 

JOHN A. LOGAN (Rep.), of Carbondale. 
who received avote of 203,045 against 147,058 
for T. Lvle Dickey (Dem.) 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Cook 
county. It is represented by NORMAN B. 
JUDD (Rep.), of Chicago, who received a 
vote of 15,247, against 5,667 for M. K. M. Wal- 
lace (Dem.) 

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, who was re-elected by a vote of 
16,185, aeainst 3,346 for E. M. Hains (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Car- 
roll. Jo Daviess, Lee, Ogle, Stephenson and 
Whiteside counties. It is represented by 
ELIHU B. WASHBURNE (Rep.), of Gale- 
na, Jo Daviess county, who was re-elected 



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by a vote of 14,657, against 5,838 for Thomas 
j" Turner (Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Adams, Hancock, Henderson. Mercer, 
Rock Island and warren counties. It is 
represented by ABNKR C. HARDIN*; 
(Rep.), of Monmouth. who was re-elected 
by n vote of 15,1192, against 13,381 for Johns. 
Thompson (Dem.) 

TheFIFTH DISTRICT constats of Henry. 
Knox, Marshall, Peoria, Putnam ami stark 
ci. unties. It is represented by EBON C. 
INOERSOLL Rep.), of Peoria, who was 
ted by B vote of 18,437, against 9,6>i2 
fbr Bllaa Ramsey I Dem. I 

The SIXTH DI8TRICT consists of Du 
Page.Grandy, Kankakee. Kendall, La Salle 
and Will counties. It is represented by 
BURTON C. a ©K Rep), or Ottawa, who. 
was re-elected by a vote of 14416, against 
7,721 For s. W. Harris | Dem | 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Champaign, Coles, Comberland, Douglas, 
Edgar, Fort, Lroqnola, Macon. Moultrie, 
Piatt and Vermillion counties, it is repre- 
sented by HENRY P. H. BROMWELL 
(Rep.), of Charleston, who was re-elected 
bya vote <>t 17,41'\ against 13.272 for Charles 
B'lack I Dem. I 

The EliHI I'll DISTRH r constats of De 
Witt, Livingston, Logan. McLean, Sanga- 
mon, Tasewell and Woodford counties, it 
ha i. presented by SHELBY M. CTJLLOM 
(Rep.), of Springfield, who was re-elected 
by a vote of 18,623, against 14,520 for Edwin 
>* Fowler (Dem.) 

The N 1 Nil I DISTRICT consists of 
Brown, Cass, Fulton, BfcDonough, Mason, 
Menard, Pike and Schnyler counties. It Is 
tented by LEWIS w. ROSS (Dem.), 
of Lewiston, who was r eel ected t>y a vote 
of 15, 06, against H,72i Ibr Charles E. Lip- 
pincott Repj 

TheTEN I'll DISTRICT constats of Bond, 
in. Christian. Greene, Jersey, Macou- 
pin. Montgomery, Morgan, Scott and Shel- 
by counties. It to represented by A LBERT 
<;' Ht'KK (Dem.), of Winchester, who re- 
ceived a vote Of 17,116, against 14,743 for 
Henry Case (Rep.) _ 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT constats ol 
Clark. Clay, ( r.twi'. u(i. Effingham, Fay, -it.-, 
Franklin.' Hamilton, Jasper, Jefferson, 
>nce, M irion, Richland and Wayne 
counties. It is represented by SAMUEL 
B. :•! \ RSHA LL I Dem.), of McLeanab »ro, 
who was re elected by a vote of I 

i 1 1,:;> for Edward Kltchell I »-♦•!•- ' 
The TWELFTH DIS l RIC I constate of 
Clinton. Madtaon, Monro,-, Randolph, St. 
Clair and Wasblngtoncouniles. it la repre- 
sented bv J Kill KAK ER Rep.), of Belle- 
ville, who was re-elected by a vote o! 
against 11,936 for Wm, R, Morrison (Dem.) 

The THIRTEENTH DISTRICT constats 
of Alexander, Edwards, Gallatin, Hardin, 

.lacks.ni, Johnson, Massac, Perry, Pope. 

Pulaski, Saline, Union, Wabash White and 

Williamson counties. It is represented by 
GREEN B. RAUM (Rep.), of Harrtoburg, 
who received a vote of 13,459, against 
for Wni. J. Allen (Dem.) 

Indiana. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is composed of 
Daviess, Dubois, Gibson, Knox, Martin. 
Pike, 1'osev, Spencer, Vanderburgh and 
Warrick counties. It is represented by 
WILLIAM E.NIBLACK (Dem.). of Vlcen- 
nes, who was re-elected by a vote of 17,250, 
against 15/J11 for L. <4- De Bruler (Rep.) 



The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Clarke. Crawford. Floyd, Harrison. Orange, 
Perry, Scoit and Washington counties. It, 
is represented by MICHAEL C. KERR 
(Dem.), of New Albany, who was re-elected 
bv a vote of 13.421, against 11,678 for Walter 
Q. Gresham (Rep.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Bar- 
tholomew, Brown, Jackson, Jefferson, Jen- 
nings. Lawrence. Monroe and Switzerland 
counties. It is represented by MORTON 
C. HUNTER (Rep.), of Bloomington, who 
received a vote of 13,848, against 13,158 for 
Henry M. Harrington (Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Dearborn, Decatur, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley 
and Rush counties. It is represented by 
WILLIAMS. HOLMAN (Dem.), of Aurora, 
who received a vote of 11,921, against 11,052 
for Ira G. Grover (Rep.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of Dela- 
ware, Fayette, Henry, Randolph, Union 
and Wayne counties. It is represented by 
GEORGE \V. JULIAN (Rep.), of Centre- 
ville, Wayne county, who was re-elected by 
a vote of i3,416 ; against 7,188 lor M. L. Bundy 
(.Dem.) 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of Han- 
cock, Hendricks. Johnson, Marion, Morgan 
and sheibv counties. It is represented by 
JOHN COBURN 'Rep.), of Indianapolis, 
who received a vote of 16,819, against 14,245 
for John M. Lord (Dem.) 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Clay, Greene. Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sulli- 
van. Vermillion and Vigo counties. It is 
represented by HENRY D. W ASHBURNE 
(Rep.), of Clinton, who received a vote of 
14,871, against 14,358 for Solomon Claypool 
(Dem.) 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of 
Boone, Carroll, Clinton. Fountain, Mont- 

fonieiv, Tippecanoe and Warren counties, 
t is represented by GODLOVE S. ORTH 
Rep. I, of Lafayette, who was re-elected by 
a vote of 14,9X1, against 14,728 for John C. 
Purdue (Dem. ) 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of Ben- 
ton. Cass, Fulton, Jasper, Lake. Laporte, 
Marshall, Miami, Newton, Pulaski, Porter, 
st:irk. St. Joseph and White counties. It. 

i> represented by schfylfr COLFAX 
(Rep.), of South Bend, St. Joseph county, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 20,221, 
agatnsl 18,078 for David Turple (Dem.) 

The TENTH DISTRICT consists of Al- 
lan, DeKalb. Flkhart, Kosciusko, Lagrange, 
Noble, Steuben and Whitley counties. It 
is represented by WILLIAM WILLIAMS 

i Rep. >, of Warsaw, who received a vote of 
17,414, against 18,141 fbr Root, Lowry(Dem.) 

The ELEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Adam-. liltieklord, Crant, Hamilton. How- 
ard, Huntington, Jay, Madison, Tipton, 
Wabash and Wells counties. It is repre- 
sent. -d by JOHN P. C. SHANKS (Rep.), 
of Jay Court House, who received a vote of 
18.1 1 ■. against 15,288 lor B. B. Snow (Dem.) 

Tie- State has been re-apportioned, and 
the districts are now constituted as follows: 

l. Davus, Gibson, Knox, Pike. Posev, 
Perry', Spencer, Vanderburg and Warrick. 

I Brown, Clarke, Crawford, Floyd, Han- 
over, Jackson, Lawrence Martin, Monroe, 
Orange and Washington. 

:t. Bartholomew, Decatur, Dearborn, 
Jefferson. Jennings, Ohio. Ripley, Scott 
and Switzerland. 

4. Fayette. Franklin, Rush, Shelby, Union 
and Wayne. 



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5. Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion 
and Morgan. 

6. Clay, Greene, Owen, Parke, Sullivan, 
Vermillion and Vigo. 

7. Boone, Benton. Carroll, Clinton, Foun- 
tain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe and Warren. 

8. Cass, Grant, Hamilton, Howard, Madi- 
son, Miami, Tipton and Wabash. 

9. Fulton, Jasper, Lake, Laporte, Marsh- 
all, Newton. Pulaski, Porter, Starke, St. 
Joseph and White. 

10. DeKalb. Elkhart, Kosciusko, La- 
grange, Noble, Huntington, Whitley and 
Steuben. 

11. Adams, Allen, Blackford, Delaware, 
Honry, Jay, Randolph and Wells. 

Iowa. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Davis, 
Des Moines, Henry, Jefferson. Lee, Louisa, 
Van Buren and Washington counties. It 
is represented by JAMES F. WILSON 
(Rep.), of Fairfield, Jefferson county, who 
was re elected by a vote of 10,406, against 
10,515 for Fitz Henrv Warren (Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Cedar, Clinton. Jackson, Jones, Linn. Mus- 
catine and Scott counties. It is represented 
by HIRAM PRICE (Rep.), of Davenport, 
Scott county, who was re-elected by a vote of 
16,257, against 9,220 lor John P.Cook (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Alla- 
makee, Bremer, Buchanan, Chickasaw, 
Clayton. Delaware, Dubuque. Fayette, 
Floyd, Howard, Mitchell and Winneshiek 
counties. It is represented by WILLIAM 
B. ALLISON (Rep.), of Dubuque, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 15,472, against 10,470 
for Reuben Noble (Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of Ap- 
panoose, Benton, Iowa. Jasper, Johnson, 
Keokuk, Mahaska, Marion, Monroe, Powe- 
shiek, Tamur and Wapello counties. It is 
represented by WILLIAM T. LOUGH- 
RIDGE (Rep.), of Oskaloosa, who received 
a vote of 18,475, against 12,305 for Cyrus H. 
Mackev (Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of Adair, 
Adams. Audubon, Cass, Clark, Dallas, De- 
catur, Fremont, Guthrie, Harrison, Lucas, 
Madison. Mills, Montgomery, Page, Polk, 
Pottawattamie, Ringgold, Shelby, Taylor, 
Union, Warren and Wayne counties. It is 
represented by GRANVILLE M.DODGE 
(Rep.), Council Bluffs, who received a vote 
of 14,296. against 9.898 for J. M. Tuttle (Dem.) 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of Boone, 
Black Hawk, Buena Vista, Buncombe, But- 
ler, Calhoun. Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Chero- 
kee, Clay, Crawford, Dickinson. Emmett, 
Franklin, Grundy, Greene, Hamilton, Han- 
cock, Harden, Humboldt, Ida, Kossuth, 
Manona, Marshall, Osceola, O'Brien, Palo 
Alto, Plymouth, Pocahontas, Sac, Sioux, 
Story, Webster, Winnebago, Woodbury, 
Worth and Wright counties. It is repre- 
sented by AS AH EL W. HUBBARD (Rep.), 
of Sioux City, Woodbury county, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 10.030, against 3,958 
for J. D. Thompson (Dem.) 

Kansas 

Elects but one member from the entire 
State, and is represented by SIDNEY 
CLARKE (Rep.), of Lawrence, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 19,102, against 8,106 
for C. W. Blair (Dem.) 

Kentucky. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Bal- 
lard, Caldwell. Calloway, Crittenden, Ful- 



ton, Graves, Hickman, Livingston, Lyon, 
McCracken, Marshall, Trigg, Union "and 
Webster counties. It is represented by 
LAWRENCE S. TRIMBLE (Dem.), of 
Paducah. who was re-elected bv a vote of 
9,807, against 1,780 for G. G. Lymes (Rep.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Breckinridge, Butler, Christian, Daviess, 
Edmonson, Grayson, Hancock, Hender- 
son, Hopkins, McLean, Muhlenberg and 
Ohio counties. It is represented bv JOHN 
YOUNG brown (Dem.), who received a 
vote of 8,922, against 2.S16 for Samuel E. 
Smith (R ep.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Al- 
len, Barren, Clinton, Cumberland, Hart, 
Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe, Russell, Simp- 
on, Todd and Warren counties. It is rep- 
resented by JACOB S. GOLLADAY 
(Dem.), of Allensville. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Adair, Anderson, Bullitt, Casey, Greene, 
Hardin, Larue, Marion, Meade, Nelson, 
Shelby, Spencer, Taylor and Washington 
counties. It is represented by J. PROCTOR 
KNOTT (Dem), of Lebanon, who received 
a vote of 8,199. against 2,277 for Marion C. 
Taylor (Rep.), and 508 for William J. Heady 
(Cons. Un.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of Hen- 
rv, Jefferson, Oldham and Owen counties. 
It is represented by ASA P. GROVER 
(Dem.), of Louisville, who received a vote 
of 7.118, against 2,417 for R. T. Jacob (Cons. 
Un.). and 72 1 for William A. Bullitt (Rep.) 
The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of 
Boone. Bracken, Campbell, Carroll, Galla- 
tin. Grant, Harrison, Kenton, Pendleton 
and Trimble counties. It is represented bv 
THOMAS L. JONES (Dem.), of Newport, 
who received a vote of 9.48S, against 3,587 
for William S. Rankin (Rep.) 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Bourbon, Boyle, Clarke, Fayette, Franklin, 
Jessamine. Lincoln, Mefcer, Nicholas, 
Scott and Woodford counties, It is repre- 
sented by JAMES B. BECK (Dem.), of 
Lexington, who received a vote of 9,716, 
against 1,664 for William Brown (Rep.), and 
1,388 for Charles Hanson (Cons. Un.) 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of 
Breathitt, Clay, Estill, Gerrard, Harland, 
Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Letcher, Madison, 
Owsley, Perry, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Whit- 
ley and Wolfe counties. It is represented 
by GEORGE H. ADAMS (Dem ), of Bar- 
bourville, who received a vote of 7,609, 
against 7,244 for Milton J. Rice (Rep.) 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of Bath, 
Boyd, Carter, Fleming. Flo.vd, Greenup, 
Johnson, Lawrence. Lewis, Magoffin. Ma- 
son, Montgomery, Morgan, Pike, Powell 
and Rowan counties. It is represented bv 
SAM'L McKEE (Rep.), who was awarded 
the seat on a contest against JohnD. Young 
(Dem.), who the canvassers certified re- 
ceived a vote of 9,012 against 7,565 for McKee, 
and 8G2 for Thomas M. Green (Cons. Un.) 

Louisiana. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is represented by 
J. H ALE S YPHER ( Rep.), of New Orleans. 

The SECOND DISTRICT is represented 
bv J. W.MENARD (Dem.). of New Orleans. 

The THIRD DISTRICT is represented 
by JOSEPH P. NEWSHAM (Rep.), of 
West Feliciana. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT is represented 
bv MICHAEL VIDAL ( Rep.), of St. Landv. 

"The FIFTH DISTRICT is.represented by 
W. JASPER BLACKBURN (Rep.), of 
Howes, Claiborne county. 



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Maine. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is composed of ■ 
Cumberland and York counties. It is rep- , 
resented by JOHN LYNCH (Rep.), of Tort- 
land, who was re-elected by a vote of 15,611, 
against 11,653 for Lorenzo D. ML Sweet 
(Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Androscoggin, Franklin, 
Oxford and Sagadahoc. It is represented 
by SIDNEY TERHAM Hop.', of Parte, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 13,7*4, 
against 7.383 for Nalmm Morrill (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Kennebec and half of Knox. 
Lincoln and Somerset. It la represented 
by JAMES GILLESPIE BLA I N E I K< -p. I, 
of Augusta, who was re-elected by b vote 
of 1. .909, against 8,318 for Solyman Heath 
(Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT is composed 
of the counties of Arostook, Tenobscot and 
Piscataquis. It is represented bv JOHN ' 
A. TETERS (Rep.), of Bangor, who re- | 
ceived a vote of 12*059, against 6,564 for 
George M. Weston (Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT is composed of 
Hancock, 'Waldo and Washington counties, 
and Appleton, Camden. Hope, Rockland, 
South Thomaston and Islesboro' in Knox 
count v. It is represented by FREDERICK 
A. TIKE (Rep.), of Calais, who received a 
vote of 12.351, against 7,973 for William G. 
Crosby (Dem.) 

Maryland. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is composed of 
• •■ i unties of Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester. 
Kent, Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot 
and Worcesfc r. It ia represented by 
HIRAM McCULLOUOH (Dem.), of Elk- 
ton, who was re elected by a vote of 11,723, 
against 4,077 for Samuel A. Graham (Rep.) 
i.\l> DISTRIC 1' la .oin posed of 
Harford county, the 1st. 2d, 3d, 4th,5tb, 6th, 
and Ttii wards of Baltimore city, and the 
6th, Bth. 7th, Bth, 10th, nth and r.ih districts 
in Baltimore county. It ia represented by 
. ENS< IN A K< II ERi Dem.).ofB (lair, 
who received a vote ol ost5,Q55fbr 

J. dm I.. Thomas, Jr. i Rep.) 

The THIRD DIS1 UK T In composed of 
the Stfa to -■•in wards, inclusive, of Balti- 
more represented by CHARLES 
1. I'll ILL- Dem. ■. of Bait mure, who 

• >i u vol ,548 against 4,568 for 

. - • 

i be I ■•' IDR1 II i - i — l RIl l Is composed of 

the oountli 1, Frederick 

and Washington. It Is represented i>v 

kra.v i- I W '"i v- !•■• p i, of Prankvllle, 

iunty, who \\.i^ r>- elected by a 

vote of I1A42, against B.C • ror W. P. Mauls- 

i an i 

The I'lnii DD3TRH r is comp 
Ann.- Arundel, 1st. 2d, Id, Ith, Bth and 18th 
district^ ol ilvert, Charles, 

Howard, Montgomery. Prince Georg >'9 and 
SI Mary's counties. It n represented t>\- 
FREDERICK BTONK (Dem.), of Port 
Tobacco, who I i vote ol 

against IflU inr William J. Albert (Rep.) 

Massachusetts. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Barn- 
stable, Duk.s. Nantucket and parte of Bris- 
tol and Plymouth counties it la repre- 
sented by THOMA- D. ii IOT (Rep.), of 
New Bedford, who was re .•!• cted by a vote 

of 8,184, against 1.VJ9 for Malhlas Ellis 
(Dem.) 



The SECOND DISTRICT consists of parts 
of Rristol, Norfolk and Flymouth comities. 
It is represented by OAKES AMES (Rep.), 
of North Easton. who was re-elected by a 
vote of 9,581, against 2,456 for A. W. Ide 
(Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of wards 
4, 7, 8, 10, 11 and 12 of the city of Boston, and 
the towns of Brookline and Roxbury. Suf- 
folk county. It is represented by G1NER Y 
TWTCHELL (Rep.), of Brookline, who 
received a vote of 6,984, against 2,601 for 
William Aspinwall (Dem.) 

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 Chelsea and Winthrop, Suffolk 
countv. It is represented by SAMUEL 
HOOTER (Rep.), of Boston, who was re- 
elected by a vote of 7,901, against 3.182 for 
Joseph M. Wightman (Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of a 
part of Essex countv. It is represented by 
BENJAMIN F. BUTLER (Rep.), of Glou- 
cester, who received a vote of 9,021, against 
2.8H8 for William S. Northend (Dem.) 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of parts 
of Essex and Middlesex counties. It is rep- 
resented by NATHANIEL T. BANKS 
(Rep.), of Waltham, who was re-elected by 
a vote of 10,075, against 3,366 for Frederick 
O. Frince (Dem. i 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 

?arts of Middlesex and Norfolk counties. 
t is represented by GEORGE S. BOUT- 
WELL (Rep.), of Groton, who was re-elec- 
ted by a vote of 9,847, against 2,885 for Leve- 
rett Salstonstall (Dem.) 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of 
parts of Norfolk and Worcester counties. 
It is represented by JOHN D. BALDWIN 
(Rep.), of Worcester, who was re-elected 
by a vote of 9,039, against 1,901 for William 
A. Williams ( Dem.) 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of 
Franklin, Hampshire and parts of Worces- 
ter counties. It is represented by WIL- 
LIAM B. WASHBURN E (Rep.), of Green- 
licld. who was re-elected by a vote of 11,895, 
agalnst.1.044 lor Levi Havwood (Dem.) 

The TENTH DISTRICT consists of Berk- 
shire and Hampden counties. It is repre- 
sented by HENRY L. DAWES (Rep.), of 
1'ittstield, who was re-elected by a vote of 
s.l'J"), against 4,1S5 for Abijah W. Chapin 
(Dem.) 

Michigan. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Hills- 
dale, Lenawee, Monroe and Wavne coun- 
ties, it is represented by FERNANDO C. 
BE A MAN (Hep.), of Adrian, Lenawee 
county, who was re-elected by a vote of 
17,819, against 13,443 for J. Logan Chipman 
(Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of Al- 
loxan, Berrien, Branch, Cass, Kalamazoo, 
St. Joseph and Van Buren counties. It is 
represented by CHARLES UFSON (Rep.), 
of Cold water, who was re-elected by a vote 
Of 19,823, against 11,228 for Henry F. Sev- 
erns (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Cal- 
houn. Eaton, Ingham, Jackson and Wash- 
tenaw counties. It is represented by 
AUSTIN BLAIR (Rep.), of Jackson, who 
received a vote of 16.240, against 12,288 for 
Bradley F. Granger (Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of An- 
trim, Barry, Delta, Emmet, Grand Traverse, 
Ionia, Kent, Leelenaw, Mackinaw, Manis- 
tee, Mauitou, Mason, Mecosta, Montcalm, 



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Muskegon, Newayo, Oceana, Ottawa and 
Sheboygan counties. It is represented by 
THOMAS W. FERRY (Rep.), of Grand 
Haven, who was re-elected by a vote of 
15,306, against 8,154 for John B. Hutchlns 
(Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of La- 
peer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, St. 
Clair and Sanilac counties. It is repre- 
sented by ROWLAND E. TROWBRIDGE 
(Hep.), of Birmingham, who was re-elected 
by a vote of 14,046, against 11,0.54 for William 
L. Bancroft ( Dem.) 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of Al- 
pena, Bay, Chippewa, Clinton, Genesee, 
Gratiot, Houghton. Huron, Iosco, Isabella, 
Keweenaw, Menominee, Marquette, Mid- 
land, Ontonagon, Saginaw, Shiawassee and 
Tuscola counties. It is represented by 
JOHN F DRIGGS (Rep.), of East Saginaw, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 14,603, 
against 10,564 for Julius K. Ross (Dem.) 

Minnesota. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Blue 
Earth, Brown, Cottonwood, Dodge, Fari- 
bault, Fillmore, Freeborn, Houston, Jack- 
son, La Suer, Martin, Mower, Murray, Ni- 
collet, Noble. Olmsted, Pipestone, Red 
Wood, Renville, Rice, Rock, Scott, Sibley, 
Steele, Waseca, Watonwan and Winona 
counties. It is represented by WILLIAM 
WINDOM (Rep.), of Winona, Winona 
county, who was re-elected by a vote of 
13,961, against 8,021 for Richard A. Jones 
(Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of Ait- 
ken, Anoka, Becker, Benton, Breckenridge, 
Buchanan. Candiyah, Carlton, Carver, Cass. 
Chicago, Crow, Wing, Dakota, Douglas, 
Goodhue, Hennepin, Isanti, Itasci, Kanabec, 
Lake, Manomin, McLeod, Meeker, Mille 
Lac, Monongalia, Morrison, Otter Tail, 
Pembina, Pierce, Pine, Polk, Ramsey, St. 
Louis, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd, Toombs, 
Wabashaw, Washington and Wright coun- 
ties. It is represented by IGNATIUS DON- 
NELLY (Rep.), of Hastings, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 12,022, against 7,754 
tor William Colville (Dem.) 

Mississippi. 

Five districts. Unrepresented. 

Missouri. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of a por- 
tion of the city of St. Louis. It is repre- 
sented by WILLIAM A. PILE (Rep.), of 
St. Louis, who received a vote of 6,728, 
against 6,510 for John Hogan (Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT is composed of 
a portion of St. Louis, Crawford, Franklin, 
Gasconade, Jefferson, Maries, Osage. Phelps 
and Pulaski counties. It is represented by 
CARMAN A. NEWCOMB (Rep.), of Vine- 
land, who received a vote ot 9,564, against 
6.254 for William V. Bay (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Butler, Ballinger, Cape 
Girardeau, Carter, Danklin, Dent, Iron. 
Madison, Mississippi, New Madrid, Ore- 
gon, Pemiscot, Perry, Reynold, Ripley, 
Ste. Genevieve, St. Francois. Scott, shan- 
non, Stoddard, Washington and Wayne 
counties. It is represented by JAMES R. 
McCORMICK (Dem.), who was elected in 
1867 by a vote of 1,723, against 1,611 for James 
H. Chase (Rep ) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Barry, Barton, Christian. Cedar, 
Dade, Dallas, Douglas, Greene, Howell, 



Jasper, Laclede, Lawrence, McDonald. 
Newton, Ozark, Polk, Stone, Taney, Texas. 
Webster and Wright counties. It is repre- 
sented by JOSEPH J. GRAVELLY (Rep.), 
of Stockton, who received a vote of 6,083, 
against 1,929 for J. Waddle (Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Bates, Benton, Camden, 
Cass, Cole* Cooper, Henry, Hickory, John- 
son, Miller, Moniteau, Morgan, Pettis. St. 
Clair and Vernon counties. It is repre- 
sented by JOHN H. STOVER (Rep.), 
electtd vice McClurg, chosen Governor. 

The SIXTH DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Caldwell, Carroll, Charlton. 
Clay, Clinton, Jackson, Lafayette, Platte, 
Bav and Saline. It is represented by 
ROBERTT. VAN HORN (Rep.), of Kansas 
city, who was re-elected by a vote of 5.391, 
against 4,857 for James H. Birch (Dern.) 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT is composed 
of Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Daviess, 
De Kalb, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Liv- 
ingston, Mercer, Putnam, Sullivan and 
Worth counties. It is represented by 
BENJAMIN F. LOAN (Rep.), of St. Joseph, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 10,942, 
against 3,980 for George C. Hawley (Dem.) 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT is composed of 
Adair, Clark, Howard, Knox, Lewis, Linn, 
Macon, Marion, Randolph, Schuyler, Scot- 
land and Shelby counties. It is repre- 
sented by JOHN F. BENJAMIN (Rep.), of 
Shelbvville, who was re-elected by a vote 
of 7,601, against 6,069 fur John M. Glover 
(Dem.) 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of Au- 
drain Boone, Calloway, Lincoln, Monroe, 
Montgomery, Pike, Ralls, St. Charles and 
Warren counties. It is represented by 
GEORGE W. ANDERSON (Rep.), ,of 
Louisiana, who was re-elected by a vote of 
4,876, against 4,698 for William F. Switzer 
(Dem.) 

Nebraska. 

Elects one member from the entire State : 

JOHN TAAFE (Rep.), of Omaha, who 
received a vote of 4,820, against 4,072 for 
Algernon S. Paddock (Dem.) 

Nevada. 
Elects one member from the entire State: 
DELOS R. ASHLEY (Rep.), of Austin, 
who was re-elected bva vote of 5,047, against 
4,295 for Henry K. Mitchell (Dem.) 

New Hampshire. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is composed of 
Belknap. Carroll, Rockingham and Staf- 
ford counties. It is represented by JACOB 
H. ELA (Rep.), of Rochester, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 13,243, against 12,247 
for Daniel Marcv (Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT is composed of 
Hillsborough and Merrimac counties. It 
is represented by AARON F. STEVENS 
(Rep.), of Nashua, who received a vote of 
11,260, against 10,30-5 for Edward W. Har- 
rington (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT is composed of 
Cheshire, Coos, Grafton and Sulli%'an coun- 
ties. It is represented by JACOB BEN- 
TON (Rep.), of Lancaster, who received a 
vote of 11,294, against 10,246 for Harvey 
Bingham (Dem.) 

New Jersey. 

The FIRST DISTRICT eonsists of At- 



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lantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, 
Gloucester and Salem counties. It is repre- 
sented by WILLIAM MOORE (Rep.), of 
May's Landing, who received a vote of 
1-2,4 8, against 9,103 for Albert H. Slape 
(Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of Bur- 
lington, Mercer, Monmouth and Ocean 
counties. It is represented by CHARLES 
1IAIGHT (Dem.), of Freehold, who re- 
ceived a vote of 13.825, against 13,476 for 
William A. Newell (Rep.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Hun- 
terdon, Middlesex, Somerset, Union and 
Warren counties. It is represented by 
CHARLES SITGREAVES (Dem.), of Phil- 
lipsburgh, who was re-elected by a vote ol 
15,768, against 12,955 for John Davidson 
(Rep.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Bergen, Essex (except Newark), Morris, 
Passaic and Sussex counties. It is repre- 
sented by JOHN HILL (Rep.), of Boonton, 
who received a vote of 13,861, to 13,399 for 
Andrew J. Rogers (Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of the 
citv of Newark and Hudson county. It is 
represented by GEORGE A. HALSEY 
(Rep.), of Newark, who received a vote of 
12,782, against 11,847 for Robert Gilchrist 
(Dem.) 

Ne\y York. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of 
Queens, Richmond and Suffolk counties. 
It Is represented by STEPHEN TARER 
(Dem.), of Roslyn, Queens county, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 10,458, against 9,362 
for William H. Gleason I Rep. i 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of the 
6th, 8th. 9th, 10th, 12th. Nth, 18th, 17th and 
18th wards of the city of Brooklyn, and the 
towns In Kings county, it is represented 
by DEM as BARNES I Dem.). of Brooklyn. 
who received a vote of 15.614, agalnsl B,985 
for James A. Van Brant < Rep.), and 384 for 
Bernard Hughes (Clt. Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of the 
1st, 2d, 8d, 4th, 5th, 7th, Uth, 18th, 15th and 

19th wards In Brooklyn, it is represented 
by WILLIAM E. ROBINSON (Dem.), of 
Brooklyn, who received a vote of 12,634, 
against 10,803 tor Simeon B. Chittenden 

The F< tURTH DISTRICT consists of the 
. M, 4th, 5th, Btb and 8th wards of the 
citv or New York and Governor'! Island. 
It fa r e pre se nted by JOHN POX (Dem.), of 
New York city, who received a vote of 
14,003, agalnHt 3,743 for Horace Oreeley (itep.) 

The ill l ii DIbl KIi i consists of the 
7th. loth, istb and lith wards of the city of 
New \'«.rk. It la represented by JOHN 
M0RRIS8EY (Dem.), of New York city. 
who received a vote of 9,162, against 6,503 
Cor Nelson Taylor flnd. Dem.), and 2,211:1 
for Eneas Kin.itt (Rep.) 

The six ill DiSTRK r consists of the 
9th, Uth and 16th wards of the city of New 
York. It is represented bj THOMAS E. 
8TEWART (Cons. & ; •■ York city, 

who received avoteol 9,452, agalnnt 6.955 for 
Charles 8. Spencer (Rep. ,and 7ii fur George 
Stevenson i Ind. I lem, i 

The SEVENTH DISTRK T consists of 
the nth and Kin wards of the city' of New 
York. It Is represented by JOHN W. 
CHANLER (Dem.), of New York, who 
was re-elected by ■ vote of 11,503, against 
6,743 for George F. Stelnbrenner Kepj 

The EIGHTH DISTRK I -f the 

18th, 20th and 21st wards of the city of 



New York. It is represented by JAMES 
BROOKS (Dem.), of New York city, who 
received a vote of 13,816, against 8,210 for 
Ll- Grand B. Cannon (Rep.) 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of the 
12th, 19th and 22d wards of the city of New 
York, and Black wells, Randall's and 
Ward's Islands. It is represented by FER- 
NANDO WOOD (Dem.), of New York, 
who received a vote of 9,605, against 7,995 
for William A. Darling (Rep.) 

The TENTH DISTRICT consists of Put- 
nam. Rockland and Westchester counties. 
It is represented by WILLIAM H. 
ROBERTSON (Rep.), of Katonah, who 
received a vote of 12,012, against 9,957 for 
William Radford (Dem.) 

The ELEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Orange and Sullivan counties. It is repre- 
sented by CHARLES H. VAN WYCK 
(Rep.), of Middleton, who received a vote 
of 10.194, against 9,957 for Isaac Anderson 
(Dem.) 

The TWELFTH DISTRICT consists of 

Columbia and Dutchess counties. It is rep- 

resented by JOHN H. KETCHUM (Rep.), 

I of Dover, Columbia county, who was re- 

j elected by a vote of 12,53-5, against 10,840 for 

Casper P Collier (Dem.) 

The THIRTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Greene and Ulster counties. It is repre- 
sented by THOMAS CORNELL (Rep.), of 
Rondout, who received a vote of 10,521, 
against 10,179 for Joseph H. Tuthill (Dem.) 
The FOURTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Albany and Schoharie counties. It is 
represented by JOHN V. L. PRUYN 
(Dem.), of Albany, who received a vote of 
I5-.620 against 14,972 for Joseph H. Ramsey 
(Rep.) 

The FIFTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Rensselaer and Washington counties. It 
is represented by JOHN A. GRISWOLD 
(Rep.), of Troy, Rensselaer county, who 
was re-elected by a vote of 15,689, against 
lo.:i73 for Nathaniel B. Milliman (Cons, and 
Dem.) 

The SIXTEENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Clinton. Essex and Warren counties. It is 
represented by ORANGE FERRISS (Rep.), 
of < Hens Fails, who received a vote of 
9.841, against 7,412 for George V. Hoyle 
(Cons, and Dem.) 

The SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Franklin andSt. Lawrence counties, 
it is represented bv calvin t. hul- 
BURD (Rep.), of Brasher Falls, St. Law- 
rence county, who was re-elected by a vote 
of 18,449, against 5,116 for Darius W. Law- 
rence i Dem.) 

The EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Pulton, Hamilton, Montgomery, Sara- 
toga anil Schenectadv counties. It is rep- 
resented by JAMES M. MARVIN (Rep.), 
of Saratoga Springs, who was re-elected by 
a vote of 15,490, against 12,342 for Thomas R. 
Horton (Cons, and Dem.) 

The N I N ETEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Chenango, Delaware and Otsego coun- 
ties, it is represented by WILLIAM C. 
FIELDS (Rep.), of Laurens, who received 
a vote of 17,277, against 13,621 for Stephen 
C. Johnson (Cons, and Dem.) 

The TWENTIETH DISTRICT consists 
of Herkimer, Jefferson and Lewis counties. 
It Is represented by ADDISON H. LAFLIN 
(Rep.), of Herkimer, who was re-elected 
by a vote of 10,498, against 11,734 for Edward 
s. Lansing (Cons, and Dem.) 

The TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT con- 
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by ALEXANDER H. BAILEY (Rep.), of 
Rome, chosen in 1867, vice Conkling, by a 
vote or 11,182, against 10,515 lor John Stryker 
(Dem.) 

The TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT con- 
sists of Madison and Oswego counties It 
is represented by JOHN C. CHURCHILL 
(Rep.), of Oswego, who received a vote of 
14.461, against 8,827 for Albertus Terry 
(Dem.) 

The TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT con- 
sists of Cortland and Onondaga counties. 
It is represented by DENNIS MCCARTHY 
(Rep.), of Syracuse, who received a vote of 
15,260, against 9,966 for William C. Ruger 
(Dem.) 

The TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 
consists of Cayuga, Seneca and Wayne 
counties. It is represented by THEODORE 
M. POMEROY (Rep.), of Auburn, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 15,189, against 11,404 
for George Humphrevs (Cons, and Dem.) 

The TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Livingston, Ontario and Yates 
counties. It is represented by WILLIAM 
H. KELSEY (Rep.), of Genesee, who re- 
ceived a vote of 12,637, against 8,334 for 
Henry O. Cheesbro (Cons, and Dem.) 

The TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Broome, Schuyler, Tioga and Tomp- 
kins counties. It is represented by WIL- 
LIAM S. LINCOLN (Rep.), of Owego, who 
received a vote of 16,264, against 10,849 for 
Henrv McCormick (Cons, and Dem.) 

The TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT 
consists of Allegany, Chemung and Steuben 
counties. It is represented by HAMILTON 
WARD (Rep.), of Belmont, Allegany 
county, who was re-elected by a vote of 
17.750." against 11,435 for John G. Collins 
(Cons, and Dem.) 

The TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT 
consists of Monroe and Orleans counties. 
It is represented by LEWIS SELYE (Ind. 
Rep.), of Lockport, who received a vote of 
12,791, against 10,757 for Roswell Hart 
(Rep.) 

The TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Genesee, Niagara and Wyoming 
counties. It is represented by BURT VAN 
HORN (Rep.), of Niagara county, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 12,204, against 9,131 
for Harlow L. Comstock (Cons, and Dem.) 

The THIRTIETH DISTRICT consists 
of Erie county. It is represented by JAMES 
M. HUMPHREY (Dem.), of Buffalo, who 
was re-elected by a vote of 13,402 against 
12,085 for Almon M. Clapp (Rep.) 

The THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT con- 
sists of Cattaraugus and Chautauqua coun- 
ties. It is represented by HENRY VAN 
AERNAM (Rep.), of Franklinville, Cat- 
taraugus county, who was re-elected by a 
vote of 14,405, against 7,209 for Hanson A. 
Risley (Cons, and Dem.) 

North Carolina. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is represented by 
JOHN R. FRENCH (Rep.), of Chowan. 

The SECOND DISTRICT is represented 
bv DAVID HEATON (Rep.), of Craven. 

'The THIRD DISTRICT is represented 
by OLIVER H. DOCKER Y (Rep.), of Rich- 
mond. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT is represented 
by JOHN T DEWEE3 (Rep.), of Raleigh. 

The FIFTH DISTRICT is represented 
bv ISRAEL G. LASH (Rep.), of Forsyth. 

"The SIXTH DISTRICT is represented by 
NATHANIEL BOYDEN (Dem.), of Salis- 
bury. 



The SEVENTH DISTRICT is repre- 
sented by ALEXANDER H. JONES 
(Rep.), of Buncombe. 

Ohio. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is composed of 
the 1st. 2d, 3d, 4th. 5th, 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 
13th and 17th wards of Cincinnati, and An- 
derson, Colombia, Millcreek, Spencer, Sy- 
camore and Symmes townships, Hamilton 
county; It is'represented by BENJAMIN 
EGGLESTON (Rep.), of Cincinnati, who 
was re-elected by a vote of 1. 422, against 
9,496 for (icorge H. Pendleton (Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of the 
6th, 8th, 12th, 14th, 15th, Kith and 18th wards 
of Cincinnati, and Colerain, Crosby, Delhi, 
Green, Harrison, Miami, Springfield, Storrs 
and Whitewater townships, Hamilton 
county. It is represented by SAMUEL F. 
CARY (Dem.), of Cincinnati, who reoived 
a vote of 10,390, against 9,431 for Richard 
Smith (Rep.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of But- 
ler, Montgomery, Preble and Warren 
counties. It is represented by ROBERT C. 
SCHENCK (Rep ), of Dayton, Montgomery 
county, who was re-elected bv a vott* of 
15,027, against 13,960 for J. Durbin Ward 
(Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT' consists of 
Champaign, Darke, Logan, Miami and 
Shelbv counties. It is represented bv 
WILLIAM LAWRENCE (Rep.), of Belle- 
fonte, who was re-elected by a vote of 
18,313, against 11,059 for John T. McKinney 
(Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of Allen, 
Anglaise. Hancock, Hardin, Mercer, Van 
Wert and Wyandott counties. It is repre- 
sented by WILLIAM MUNGEN (Dem.), 
of Findlay, who received a vote of 13.524, 
against 10",872 for Moses D. Walker (Rep.) 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of 
Brown, Clermont, Clinton, Fayette and 
Highland counties. It is represented by 
READER W. CLARKE (Rep.), of Batavia, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 13,846. against 
12 267 for William Howard (Dem.) 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Clark, Franklin, Greene and Madison coun- 
ties. It is represented bv SAMUEL SHEL- 
LABARGER (Rep.), of Springfield, who 
was re-elected by a vote of 13,687, against 
11.516 for Thomas Miller (Dem.) 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of 
Delaware, Marion, Morrow, Richland and 
Union counties. It is represented by JOHN 
C. BEATTIE (Rep.), who was elected Jan. 
26, bv a vote of 11.S20, against 10,98-5 tor Barna- 
bus Burns (Dem.), to fill vacancy. 

The N INTH DISTRICT consists of Craw- 
ford, Erie, Huron, Ottawa, Sandusky and 
Seneca counties. It is represented by 
RALPH P. BUCKLAND (Rep), of Fre- 
mont, who was re-elected by a vote of 15.231, 
against 13,944 for Thomas F. Fiuefrock 
(Dem.) 

The TENTH DISTRICT consists of De- 
fiance, Henry, Lucas, Fulton, Paulding, 
Putnam, Williams and Wood counties. 
It is represented by JAMES M. ASHLEY 
(Rep ), of Toledo, Lucas count y, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 14.873, against 12,956 
for Henrv S. Commager (Dem.) 

The ELEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Adams, Gallia, Jackson, Lawrence, Scioto 
and Vinton counties. It is represented by 
JOHN T. WILSON (Rep.), of Tranquility, 
who received a vote of 12,783, against 9,945 
for Oscar F. Moore (Dem.) 



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The TWELFTH DISTRICT consists of 
Fairrield, Hocking, Perry, Pickaway, Pike 
and Rose counties. It is represented by 
PHILADELPH VAN TRUMP (Dem.), of 
Lancaster, who received a vote of 14,540, 
against ll,33ti for Wells T. Jones (Rep.) 

The THIRTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Coshocton, Knox, Licking, and Musk- 
ingum counties. It is represented by 
COLUMBUS DELANO (Rep.), awarded 
the seat on a contest against George W. 
Morgan (Dem.) 

The FOURTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Ashland, Holmes, Lorain, Medina and 
Wavne counties. It is represented by 
MARTIN WELKER (R?p.), of Wooster, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 13,494, 
against 11,787 tor John B. Young (Dem.) 

The FIFTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Athens, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan and 
Washington counties. It is represented by 
TOBIAS A. PLANTS (Rep.), of Pomeroy, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 12,816, 
against 10,754 for Martin 1). Follett (Dem.', 

The SIXTEENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Belmont, Guernsey, Harrison, Nuble and 
Tuscarawas counties. It is represented by 
JOHN A. BINGHAM (Rep.i, of Cadiz, who 
was re-elected by a vote of 13,369, against 
ll.i'ls lor I harles II Mitehenor I Dem.) 

The SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Carrol, Columbiana, Jefferson and 
stark counties. It is represented by 
EPHLRAIM ft. BCKLBY (Rep.), of Car- 
rollton. Carroll county, who \v;i_s re-elected 
by a vote of 13,1)17, against 9,275 for Louis 
Schaeier (Dem.) 

The EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of cuvahoga, Lake and Summit counties. 
It is" represented by BUFUS PAINE 
SPACLDING (Rep.), of Cleveland, who 
was re-elected bv a vole of 14,.~»2<;, against 
7,983 for Oliver II. Payne (Dem.) 

The NINETEEN! il DISTRICT consists 
of .Ashtabula, Geanga, Mahoning, Portage 
and Trumbull counties. It is represented 
by JAMES a. GARFIELD (Rep.), of 
liirain. Portage canity, who was re-elected 
by a vote ot 18-902, against 7,376 for D. C. 
Cool man (.Dem.) 

Oregon 

Electa but one member from the entire 
stat.-. ami is represented by itl'l-'i's MAL- 
I.'iry (Rep.), of Salem, who received a 
vote of to,:n,.:, against 1,788 for James D. 
1 ay Dem.) 

Pennsylvania. 
The FIRST DISTRICT consists of the 2d. 

3d, Uli. Mli, 8tb and i 1 Mi wauls in the city of 

Philadelphia, and is represented by SAM- 
DEL -I. RANDALL (Dem.), of Philadel- 
phia, who wit- I by a vote of 
against 7,728 for Charles Gibbons 

<\'l> DISTRICT consists of the 

1st, 7th. Kb, Bth. 10th and 26th wards Of the 

cltv of Philadelphia, and Is repre en ted by 
CHARLES O'NEILL (Uep.). of Philadel- 
phia, who was re-elected by a vote ol 12,612, 
again -t 9.47 ■ for John Hulm i Dem.) 

The THIRD DIHTHICT r,,,,sists of the 
12th, 18th, 1' tli, 17th, 1Mb and I'.nh wards of 
the city of Philadelphia, and is represented 
by LEONA ftD MYERSl lt<»p.),of Philadel- 
phia, who w ted by a vote of 12,520, 
■kwalter ( Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of the 
nth, 16th, 20th. 'Jist. -jnti and 27th wards In 
the city of Philadelphia, and is represented 



by WM. D. KELLEY (Rep), of Philadel- 
phia, who was re-elected by a vote of 14,551, 
against 12,126 for John Welsh (Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of the 
22d, 23d and 25th wards of the city of Phila- 
delphia, and the county of Bucks. It is 
represented by CALEB N.TAYLOR (Rep.), 
of Bristol, who received a vote of 12,259, 
against 11,800 for Henry P. Ross (Dem.) 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of Le- 
high and Montgomery counties. It is rep- 
resented by BENJAMIN M. BOYER 
(Dem.), of Norristown, who was re-elected 
by a vote of 14,009, against 11,447 for David 
Thomas (Rep.) 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Chester and Delaware counties. It is rep- 
resented by JOHN M. BROOM A L (Rep.), 
of Media, who was re-elected by a vote of 
12,011, against 8,531 for Nathaniel Pratt 
(Dem.) 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of 
Berks county. It is represented by J. 
LAWRENCE GETZ (Dem.), of Reading, 
who received a vote of 13,188, against G,999 
for David A. Lincoln (Rep.) 

The NINTH DISTRICT consists of Lan- 
caster county. It is represented by O. 
LYLE DICKEY (Rep.), elected to succeed 
Thaddeus Stevens (deceased). 

The TENTH DISTRICT consists of Leb- 
anon and Schuvlkill counties. It is repre- 
sented by HENRY L. CAKE (Rep.), of 
Tamaqua, who received a vote of 13,186. to 
12,971 for C. D. Gloninger (Dem.) 

The ELEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Carbon, Monroe, Northampton, Pike and 
Wavne counties. It is represented by 
DANIEL M. VAN AUKEN (Dem.), of 
Milford, who received a vote of 15,907, 
against 9,121 for William Lillv (Rep.) 

The TWELFTH DISTRICT consists of 
Luzerne and Susquehanna counties. It is 
represented by CHARLES S.WOODWARD 
(Dem.), of Wikesbarre, who received a 
vote of 12,623, against 12,078 for William M. 
Ketchum (Rep.) 

The THIRTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Bradford, Columbia, Montour, Sullivan 
and Wvoming counties. It is represented 
by ULYSSES MERCUR (Rep.), of Tow- 
anda, who was re-elected bv a vote of 
10,940, against 9,653 for William Elwell 
(Dem.) 

The FOURTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Dauphin. Juniata, Northumberland, 
Snyder and Union counties. It is repre- 
sented by GEORGE F. MILLER (Rep.), 
of Lewisburg, who was re-elected by a vote 
of 14.189, against 12,676 for Thomas Bowers 
(Dem.) 

The FIFTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Cumberland, Perry and York counties. 
It is represented by ADAM J. GLOSS- 
BRENNER (Dem.), of York, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 15,330, against 12,489 
for ft. II. Henderson (Rep.) 

The SIXTEENTH DISTRICT consists of 
Adams, Bedford, Franklin, Fulton and 
Somerset counties. It is represented by 
WILLIAM II. KOONTZ (Rep.), of Somer- 
set, who was re-elected by a vote of 13,589, 
against 12,904 for J. McDowell Sharpe (Dem.) 

The SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT con- 
sists of Blair, Cambria, Huntingdon and 
Mitllin counties. It is represented by 
DANIEL J. MORRELL (Rep.), of Johns- 
town, who received a vote of 11.340, against 
10,121 for Robert L. Johnson (Dem.) 

The EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Potter and 



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Tioga counties. It is represented by 
STEPHEN P. WILSON (Hep.), of Wells- 
boro', who was re-elected by a vote of 14,734, 
against 12.088 for T. P. Wright (Dem.) 

The NINETEENTH DISTRICT consists 
of Cameron, Clearfield, Elk, Erie, For-st, 
Jefferson, McKean and Warren counties. 
It is represented by GLENN I W. SCO- 
FIELD (Rep.), of Warren, who was re- 
elected by a vote of 15,138, against 12,440 lor 
William D. Scott (Dem.) 

The TWENTIETH DISTRICT consists 
of Clarion, Crawford, Mercer and Venango 
counties. It is represented by S. NEW- 
TON PETTIS (Rep.), elected vice Finney, 
deceased. 

The TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT con- 
sists of Fayette, Indiana and Westmoreland 
counties. It is represented by JOHN 
COVODE (Rep.), of Loekport, who received 
a vote of 13.023, against 12,0(39 for Hugh H. 
Weir (Den.) 

The TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT con- 
sists of the city of Pittsburgh and all that 
part of Allegheny county south of the Ohio 
and Allegheny rivers, including Nevil 
Island. It is represented by JAMES K EN- 
NEDY MOREIIEAD (Rep ), of Pittsburgh, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 12,331, 
against 9,279 for J. Bowman Sweitzer 
(Dem.) 

The TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT con- 
sists of Allegheny city and all of Allegheny 
county north of the Ohio and Allegheny 
rivers, and Armstrong and Butler counties. 
It is represented by THOMAS WILLIAMS 
(Rep.), of Allegheny, who was re-elected 
bv a vote of 14,197, against 10,012 for Billings 
C. Childs (Dem.) 

The TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 
consists of Beaver, Greene, Lawrence and 
Washington counties. It is represented bv 
GEORGE V. LAWRENCE (Rep.), of 
Monongahela citv, who was re-elected by a 
vote of 13,391, against 11,853 for William 
Montgomery (Dem.) 

Rhode Island. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of Bristol 
county, the towns of Cumberland. East 
Providence. North Providence, Providence 
and Smithfleld, in Providence county, and 
Little Compton. Middletown, Newport, 
Portsmouth and Tiverton, in Newport 
county. It is represented by THOMAS A. 
JENCKES (Rep.), of Providence. 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Kent and Washington counties, the towns 
of Jamestown and New Shoreham. in New- 
port county, and Burrillville. Cranston, 
Foster. Gloucester, Johnston and Scituate, 
in Providence countv. It Is represented by 
NATHAN F. DIXON (Rep.), of Westerly, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 2,609, against 
1,4S0 for Garden (Dem.) 

South Carolina. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Chesterfield. Clarendon, 
Darlington, Georgetown, Horry, Kershaw, 
Lancaster, Mavion. Marlboro, Sampler and 
Williamsburg. It is represented bv BEN- 
JAMIN F. WHITTEMORE (Rep.), of 
Darlington. 

The SECOND DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Barnwell, Beaufort, Char- 
leston and Colleton. It is represented by 
C. C. BOWEN (Rep.), of Charleston. 

The THIRD DISTRICT is composed of 
the counties of Abbeville, Anderson, Edge- 
field, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg 



and Richland. It is represented by SIMON 
COKLEY (Rep.), of Lexington. 

The FOURTH DISTRICT is composed 
of the counties of Chester. Fairfield. Green- 
ville, Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartan- 
burg, Union and York. It is represented 
by JAMES If. (JOSS (Rep.), of Unionville. 

AT LARGE — Two delegates at large 
were elected by order of the Convention, J. 
1'. M. EPPING, Of Charleston, and ELIES 
S. DICKSON, of Clarendon, both Republi- 
can. 

Tennessee. 

The FIRST DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Johnson, Carter, Sullivan, 
Washington, Hawkins, Greene, Hancock. 
Cooke. Jefferson, Granger and Sevier. It 

is represented by RODERICK R BUTLER 
(Rep.), of Taylorsville, who received a 
vote of 12,024, against 1,727 for James White 
(Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Claiborne, Union, Knox, Camp- 
bell, Scott, Morgan, Anderson, Polk, 
Blount, Monroe, McMinn, Bradley and 
Roane. It is represented by HORACE 
MAYNARD (Rep.), of Knoxville, who 
was re-elected by a vote of 12,043, against 
3,391 for John Williams (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Meigs, Rhea, Hamilton, Marion, 
Grundy, Bledsoe, Van Buren, Sequatchie, 
Warren, White, Smith, Cumberland. Put- 
nam, Jackson, Macon, Overton. De Kalb 
and Fentress. It is represented bv WIL- 
LIAM B. STOKES (Rep.), of Liberty, 
who was re-elected by a vote of 8,057, 
against l.fill for Eli G. Fleming < Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Rutherford, Cannon, Coffee, 
Franklin, Lincoln, Bedford. Marshall and 
Gaines. It is represented bv JAMES 
MULLINS (Rep.), of Shelbyville. who 
received a vote of 9,4:53, against 3,216 for 
Edward Cooper (Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Williamson. Davidson, Wilson, 
Sumner, Robertson and Cheatham. It is 
represented by JOHN TRIMBLE (Rep.), 
of Nashville, who received a vote of 9,344, 
against 2.R12 for Bailie Pevton (Dem.) 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of Lawrence, Wayne, Hardin, 
Decatur. Perry. Lewis. Maury, Hickman, 
Humphreys, Dickson, Montgomery and 
Stewart. It is represented by SAMUEL 
M. ARNELL (Rep.) of Columbia, who was 
re-elected by a vote of 7,635, against 2,170 for 
Dorsev B. Thomas (Dem.) 

The SEVENTH DISTRICT consists of 
the counties of Benton, Henry, Weakly, 
Obion, Dyer, Gibson, Lauderdale. Hender- 
son and Carroll, It is represented by 
ISAAC R. HAWKINS (Rep.), of Hunting- 
don, who received a vote of 5.000, against 
981 for William P. Caldwell (Dem.) 

The EIGHTH DISTRICT consists of the 
counties of McNairy, Hardeman, Fayette, 
Shelbv, Tipton, Madison and Havwood. It 
is represented by DAVID A. NUNN (Rep.), 
of Brownsville, who received a vote of 9,057, 
against 6,189 for John W. Leltwich (Dem.) 

Texas. 
Four districts. Not represented. 

Vermont. 

The FIRST DISTRICT is composed of 
Addison, Bennington, Rutland and Wash- 
ington counties. It is represented by 



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FREDERICK E. \VOODBRIDGE(Rep.). of 
Vergennes. who was re-elected by a vote of 
10,563 against 3.03 i for Samuel Wells (Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Caledonia, Orange, Windham and Windsor 
counties. It is represented by LUKE P. 
POLAND (Rep.), of St. Johnsbury. who 
received a vote of lO.sW. against 3,'J34 for 
Charles ML Chase (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT is composed of 
Chittenden. Essex, Franklin, Grand Isle, 
Lemoile and Orleans count t>. It is repre- 
sented by WOBTHINGTOSf C. 8MITH 
(Rep. >, of St. Albans. Who received a vote 
Of 5,7510, against BJW for A. <> Aldis (Ind. 
Rep.), aud 2,660 for Waldo Brigham (.Deiu.) 

Virginia. 
Eight districts. Not represented. 

West Virginia. 

The first DISTRICT constats of Brooke, 
Calhoun. Doddridge, Gilmer, Hancock, 

Harrison, LcwN. Marshall. Ohio, Pleasants. 

Ritchie, Tyler, Wetsel, Wirt and Wood 
counties, it is represented by CHESTER 
D. HUBBARD (Rep.), of Wheeling, who 
was relected bj a vote of 10, oi, against 
8,239 lor D. V. Johnson I Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of 
Barbour, B-rkeley, Hampshire, Hardy, 
Jefferson, Marion. Monongalia. Morgan, 
Pendleton, Pocahontas, Preston, Randolph, 
Tayli r. Tucker, Upshur and Webster coun- 
ties. It is represented by BETHUEL M. 
KITCHEN (Rep.), of Marti nsburg, who 
<>d a vote of 8.296, against 5,1*J0 for E. 
w. Andrews (Dem.) 

TheTH I KI> DISTRICT consists ofBoone, 
Braxton, Cabell. Clay. Fayette, Greenbrier, 
!i. Kanawha, Lin. mid. Logan, Mason, 
Mercer, Monroe, McDowell, Nicholas, 
Putnam, Raleigh, Roane, Wayne and 
Wyoming counties, it is represented by 

MAN I hi, POLSLEY (Rep.), of Point 
Pleasant, who received a vote of 5,211, 
against 3,639 tDem.) 

Wisconsin. 
The FIRST DISTRICT constats of Eeno- 

Sha, Milwaukee, Racine, Walworth and 



Waukesha counties. It is represented by 
HALBERT E. PAINE (Rep.), of Milwau- 
kee, who was re-elected by a vote of 14,678, 
against 10,29s for James S. Brown (Dem.) 

The SECOND DISTRICT consists of Co- 
lumbia, Dane, Jefferson and Rock counties. 
It is represented by BENJAMIN F. HOP- 
KINS iRep.), of Madison, who received a 
vote of 14,129, against 8,833 for John J. R. 
Pease (Dem.) 

The THIRD DISTRICT consists of Craw- 
ford, Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, Rich- 
land and Sauk counties. It is represented 
by AMASACOBB (Rep.), of Mineral Point. 
Iowa county, who was re-elected by a vote 
of 13.006, against 7,655 for Noah H. Virgin 
(Dem.) 

The FOURTH DISTRICT consists of 
Dodge, Fond du Lac, Ozaukee, Sheboygan, 
and Washington counties. It is represented 
b_t CHARLES A. ELDRIDGE (Rep.), of 
Fond du Lac, who was re-elected by a vote 
of lJ.<w><>, against 10,008 for Orin Hatch 
(Dem.) 

The FIFTH DISTRICT consists of 
Brown, Calumet, Door, Green Lake, Ke- 
waunee, Manitowoc, Marquette, Oconto, 
Outagamie. Shawanaw, Waupacca, Wau- 
shara and Winnebago counties. It is rep- 
resented by PHILETUS SAWYER (Rep.), 
of Oshkosh, who was re-elected by a vote 
of 14,341, against 9,347 for Morgan L. Martin 
(Dem.) 

The SIXTH DISTRICT consists of Bad 
A\\ La Crosse, Monroe, Juneau, Adams, 
Portage, Wood. % Jackson, Trempeleau, Buf- 
falo, Pepin, Dunn. Pierce, St. Croix, Eau 
Claire, Marathon, Chippewa, Dallas, Polk, 
Burnett, Douglas. La Pointe, Ashland and 
Clark counties. It is represented by CA.D- 
WALADER C. WASHBURNE (Rep.), of 
I. a Crosse, who received a vote of 13,161, 
against 6,647 for Gilbert L. Park (Dem.) 

Recapitulation. 

Republicans, 173 

Item or rats 52 

Districts unrepresented 17 

Vacancy, 1 

Total, 243 



TERRITORIAL DELEGATES. 
[Territorial have the right to debate, but not to vote.] 



Arizona. 
COLES BABHFORD u.-io, of To 
who receh ■ nst 4->i for 
Cbarlex D. Post to, and i-"- lor 

Adams. 

Colorado. 
M. in 1 1.< k i 1 i Ken.), o< i'-x- 
v.-<i a vote o( V'-J, against 
r a. C i l nut. i Dem.) 

Dacotah. 
WALTER a. BURLEIGH (Bern.), of 
Yancton, who n i^alust 

r Brooking! Rep.} 

Idaho. 
B.D. HOLBBOOK Dem. . of Idaho city, 

who r ivid a rote ol Ml, against 2,938 

for Kirkpatrlclc (Hep.) 



Montana. 

JAMES M. CA VAN A UGH (Dem.), of 
Helena, who received a vote of 6,413, against 
5.178 for Welber P. Saunders (Rep.) 

New Mexico. 

CHARLES P. CLEVES (Dem.), of Santa 
Fe, who received a vote of 8,891, against 
8,7'Jl for Francisco Chaves (Rep.) 

Utah. 

WILLIAM H. HOOPER (Dem.), of Salt 
Lake city. 

Washington. 

ALVIN FLANDERS (Rep.), of Wallulo, 
who received a vote of 2,368, against 2,272 
for Clark (Dem.) 



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XLIst CONGRESS. 



SENATE. 
Senators marked thus * are Democrats. 



Alabama. 

Term 
Members. Post-office, expires. 

Willard Warner 1871 

George E. Spencer, 187a 

Arkansas. 

Alex. McDonald, Little Rock, 1*71 

Ben. F. Itice, 1873 

California. 

Cornelius Cole, Santa Cruz 

Eugene Casserly,* San Francisco,.. 

Connecticut. 

Orris S. Ferry Norwalk, 

W. A. Buckingham,.. Hartford, 

Delaware. 

Willard Saulsbury, ... Georgetown 

[Not chosen. Dem.] 

Florida. 

Thomas W. Osborn, 

Abijah Gilbert St. Augustine, .. 

Georgia. 

Homer V.M. Miller,* 

Joshua Hill Savannah 



1873 
1875 



1573 
1875 



1S71 
1875 



1873 
1875 



1S71 
1873 



Illinois. > 

Richard Yates.., Jacksonville 

Lyman Trumbull, Chicago, 

Indiana. 

Oliver P. Morton, Indianapolis, 

[Not chosen. Rep.] 

Iowa. 

James W. Grimes Burlington 

James Harlan, Mount Pleasant, 

Kansas. 

Edmund G. Ross, Lawrence 

Samuel C. Pomeroy,.. Atchison, 

Kentucky. 

Thos. C. McCreery,* 

Garrett Davis, * Paris 



1871 
1873 



1873 
1875 



1S71 

1672 



1871 
1873 



1871 
1873 



Louisiana. 

William P. Kellogg,- New Orleans, 
John S. Harris, 



Maine. 

Wm. Pitt Fessenden, Portland, 
[Not chosen. Rep.] 

Maryland. 



George Vickers,* 

Wm. T. Hamilton,*. 



Massachusetts. 

Henry Wilson, Natick, .., 

[Not chosen. Rep.J 

Michigan. 

Jacob H. Howard Detroit, .. 

[Not chosen. Rep. j 

Minnesota. 

Daniel S. Norton,* ... Winona, 
[Not chosen. Rep.] 



1871 
1873 



1871 
1875 



1873 
1875 



1871 
1875 



1871 
1875 



1871 
1875 



Missouri. 

Term 
Members. Post-office, expires. 

Charles 1). Drake St. Louis 1873 

[Not chosen. Rep.J „ 1&75 

Nebraska. 

John M. Thayer Brownsville 1871 

[Not chosen. Rep.] 1675 

Nevada. 

James W. Nye, Carson City 1873 

[Not chosen. Rep.] .; _ 1875 

New Hampshire. 

Aaron H. Cfcagln, Lebanon 1871 

James w. Patterson, Hanover, 1873 

New Jersey. 

Alex. G. Cattell Merchantsville,- 1871 

[Not chosen. Dem.] 1875 

New York. 

Roscoe Conkllng Utica 1873 

[Not chosen. Rep.] 1575 

North Carolina. 

Joseph C. Abbott) Wilmington, 1S71 

John Pool 1873 

Ohio. 

John Sherman, Mansfield, 1873 

Allen G. Thurman,* 1875 

Oregon. 

George H. Williams, Portland, 1871 

Henry W. Corbett, ... Portland 1873 

Pennsylvania.- 

Simon Cameron Harrisburgh, 1^73 

[Not chosen. Rep.] 1875 

Rhode Island. 

Henry B. Anthony,... Providence, 1871 

William Sprague, Providence,- Is75 

South Carolina. 

Thos. J. Robertson,... Columbia 1S71 

Fred A. Sawyer, Charleston, 1S73 

Tennessee. 

Joseph S. Fowler Nashville 1871 

Wm. G. Brownlow.... Knoxville, 1875 

Vermont. 

John S. Morrill Strafford 1873 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington, _ 1875 

West Virginia. 

Waitman T. Willey... Monjuntown, 1871 

[Not chosen. Rep.] 1875 

Wisconsin. 

Timothy O. Howe, ... Green Bay 1873 

[Not chosen. Rep.] _ 1875 

RECAPITULATION. 

Republicans, 57 

Democrats, 11 

Vacant, _ 6 

Total 74 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



[as far as chosek.] 



Alabama. 

Election not ordered. 

Arkansas. 

Dist. Members. Opponents. 

1 Logan H. Roots. Charles S. Cameron. 

2 A. A. C. Rogers.* James T. Elliott. 

3 L. B. Nash.* Thomas Boles. 

California. 

1 Samuel B. Axtell.* Francis M. Pixley. 

2 Aaron A. Sargent. James \V. Coffroth. 

3 Chanc. Hartshorn. James A, Johnson. 

Connecticut. 

Election 1st Monday in April. 

Delaware. 

Benj. T. Briggs.* Alfred T. A. Torbert. 

Florida. 
Elects in December. 

Georgia. 
Elects in February. 

Illinois. 

John A. Logan. Win, W. O'Brien. 



1 Norman B. Judd. 

2 J. F. Farnsworih. 

3 E. B.Washbume. 

4 John B. Hawley. 

5 Ebon C. Ingersoll. 

6 Burton C. Cook. 

7 Jesse H. Moore. 

8 Shelby M. Cullom. 

9 T. W. McNeely.* 
10 Albert G. Burr.* 



M. R. M. Wallace. 
A. M. Herrlngton. 

William J. McKim. 
James W. Singleton. 
Jiihu M. Niglas. 
Oliver C. Gray. 
Thomas Brewer. 
Benj. s. Edwards. 
Leonard F. Ross. 
John 1}. Turner. 



11 Sam'IS. Marshall.* .las. s. II. Martin. 

12 John Breeze Hay. William H. Snyder. 

13 John M. Crebs.* Greene B. Raum. 

Indiana. 

1 Wm. E. Nihlack. James C. Veatoh. 

2 Michael C. Kerr.* 

3 Wm. s. Holman.* 

4 George W. Julian. 

5 John Cubiirn. 

6 D. W. Yoorhees.* 

7 Oodlove s. orth. 

8 Daniel D. Pralt. 

9 John P. < '. Shanks. 

10 William Williams. Andrew Bllsph. 

11 Jasper Packard. M. K. Farrund 

Iowa. 

1 Geo. W. McCrary. Thomas W.Claggett, 



Walter Q. Cresham. 
Robert >«'. Lamb. 
John s. Eteid. 
John \v. Keigb^ley. 

Wm. Welt Carter. 
Maliloli I). Malison. 
Nathan ( ». ROSS. 
Robert Lowery. 



Win. E. I.cihngwell. 
William Miles. 
John P. Irish. 

P a .-1 Bryan. 
Charles A. L. Rosell. 



2 William Smyth 

3 Wm. B Allison. 

4 W. Loaghrkbre 

5 FranclsW. Palmer 

6 Charles Pomeroy. 

Kansas. 

Sidney Clarke. Charles \V. Blair. 

Kentucky. 

1 L. S. Trimble * Charles A. Marshall. 

2 Wm. M. Sweeney.* Samuel W. Langley. 

3 J. S. Galladav.* William K. Hobson. 

4 J. Proctor Knott.* William II. Hays. 



Dist. Members. Opponents. 

5 Bovd Winchester.* J. B. English. 

6 Thomas L. Jones.* Oliver W. Root. 

7 James B. Beck.* Charles Eginton. 

8 Geo. M Adams.* Sidney M. Barnes. 

9 John M. Rice.* John L. Zeigler. 

Louisiana. 



1 Louis St. Martin.* 

2 Caleb S. Hunt.* 

3 Adolphe Bailey.* 

4 Michael Ryan.* 

5 G. W. McCranie.* 



J. HaleSypher. 
L. A. Sheldon. 
C. D. Darrall. 
Joseph P. Newsham. 
/P. J. Kennedy. 
\ Frank Morey. 



Maine. 



1 John Lvnch. 

2 Samuel* P. Morrill. 

3 James G. Blaine. 

4 John A. Peters. 

5 Eugene Hale. 



Charles A. Shaw. 
Alonzo Garcelon. 
E. Wilder Farlev. 
George W. Ladd. 
Arno Wisvvell. 



Maryland. 



1 8. Hambleton.* 

2 Steven'n Archer.* 



3 Thomas Swann.* 



4 Patrick Hamill.* 

5 Frederick S*,one.* 



Henry R. Torbett. 
John T. Eusor. 
(Adam E King. 
-( D. R. Brown (Peo) 
I W.L. McCarley(W.) 
Daniel Weisel. 
William J. Albert. 



Massachusetts. 



1 James Buffi ngton. 

2 Oakes Ames. 

3 Cillery TwitchelL 

4 Samuel Hooper. 

5 Benj. F. Butler. 

6 Nathl. P. Banks. 

7 Geo. S. Boutwell. 

8 George F. Hoar. 

9 IF. D. Washbume. 
10 Henry L. Dawes. 



Philander Cobb. 
Edward Avery. 
Edwin C. Bailey. 
Peter Harvey. 
/Otis P. Lord. 
\R. H. Dana (I. Rep.) 
Frederick C. Prince. 
Leverett Saltonstall. 
Henry H. Stevens. 
/Levi Heywood. 
\ Charles Heywood. 
Abijah W. Chapiu. 



Michigan. 



1 Fern. C. Beaman. Merrill I. Mills. 

2 \V. L. Stou^luon. Henry Chamberlain. 

3 Austin Blair. Isaac M. Crane. 

4 Thomas W. Ferry. Lyman G. Mason. 

5 Omar D. Conger. Byron G. Stout. 

6 Rand. Strickland. William Newton. 

Minnesota. 

1 M. S. Wilkinson. Geo. W. Batohelder. 
*> Fii" M Wilson* /Charles C.Andrews. 
" -k^' M * wuson - \lg. Donnelly (I. R.) 

Missouri. 



1 Erastus Wells.* 

2 G. A Tinkleburg. 

3 J. R. McCormick.* 

4 Sempr. II. Boyd. 

5 Saml. S. Burdette. 

6 James Shields.* 

7 John F. Asper. 

8 John F. Benjamin. 

9 Wm. T. Switzer.* 



William A. Pile. 
James J. Lindley. 
John F. Bush. 
Charles B. McAfee. 
John L. Phillips. 
Robert T. Van Horn. 
Mordecai Oliver. 
John F. Williams. 
Davjd P. Dyer. 



John Taffe. 



Nebraska, i 

A. J. Pdppleton. 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



31 



Nevada. 

Disk. Members 

Thomas Fitch. 



Opponents. 
W. F. Anderson 



New Hampshire. 

Election 2d Tuesday in March. 

New Jersey. 

1 William Moore. Samuel J. Bayard. 

2 Charles Halght.* James F. Itusling. 

3 John T. B1M.* Amos Clark, Jr. 

4 John Hill. Phillip Rafferty. 

5 Orestes Cleveland.* George A. Halsey. 

New York. 

1 Henry A. Reeves.* Alfred M.Wood. 
J. G. Schumaker.* Henry S. Bellows. 



H. W. Slocum.* 
John Fox.* 



5 John Morrissey.* 



Samuel Booth. 
Charles V. Lewis. 
("Horace Greeley. 



James McCarten. 
(Nelson Taylor. 
George Starr. 
James C. Pinckney. 
William Laimbeer. 

I Francis A. Thomas. 
James Coulter. 
Wm. S. Hillyer.* 
F. S. Bixby. 
David O. Bradlev. 
Chas H. Van Wyck. 
Charles Wheaton. 
Thomas Cornell. 
Joseph H. Ramsey. 
Jason C. Osgood. 
R. W. Livingston. 
Wm. H. Wallace. 
John H. White. 
Franklin R. Gilbert. 
Andrew Cornwall. 
J. Thomas Sprigg. 
Charles Stebbins. Jr. 



Samuel S. Cox.* 
H. C. Calkins.* 
James Brooks.* 



C. N. Potter.* 
G. W. Greene.* 
John H. Ketcham 
J. A. Griswold.* 
S. L. Miiyham.* 
A. II. Tanner. 
Orange Ferris. 
Wm. A. Wheeler. 
Stephen San ford. 
Chas. S. Knapp. 
A H. Lallin. 
Alex. H. Bailey. 
J. C. Churchill. 



Dennis McCarthy. William Porter. 
George W. Cowles. Elmore P. Ross. 



Wm. H. Kelsev 
G. YV\ Hotchkiss. 
Hamilton Ward. 
Noah Davis, Jr. 
John Fisher. 
David S. Bennett 
Portgr Sheldon. 

North Carolina 



Lester D. Faulkner. 
Allen Devereux.* 
C. C. Gardner. 
John M'Convill. 
James Jackson, Jr. 
Isaac A. Verplanck. 
John S. Beggs. 



Clinton L. Cobb. 
David Heaton. 
•Oliver H. Dockery, 
John T. Dmveese. 
Israel G. Lash. 
F. E. Shober.* 
Plato Durham.* 



David A. Barnes. 
Thomas S. Kenan.' 
Alex. A. McKoy. 
Sion H. Rogers. 
Livingston Brown. 
Nathaniel Boyden. 
Alex. II. Jones. 



Ohio. 

1 Philip W.Strader.* BenJ. Eggleston. 

2 Job E. Stevenson. Samuel F. Cary. 

3 Robert C. Schenck. C L. Vallandigham. 

4 Wm. Lawrence. John S. Leedom. 

5 William Mungen.* Thomas E. Gri^sell. 

6 John A. Smith. Nelson Barrere. 

7 James J. Winans. John H. Thomas. 

8 John Beatty. John H. Benton. 

9 Ed. F. Dickinson.* William H. Gibson. 

10 Truman H. Hoag.* James M. Ashley. 

11 John T. Wilson. John Sands. 

12 P. Van Trump.* Nelson J. Turner. 

13 Geo. W. Morgan.* Charles Cooper. 

14 Martin Welker. L. R. Critchtield. 

15 Edward H. Moore. Martin D. Follett. 

16 John A. Bingham. Joslah M. Estep. 

17 Jacob A. Amber. David L. Lawson. 

18 Wm. H. Upson. Franklin T. Backus. 

19 James A. Garfield. James McEwen. 



Oregon. 
Dist. Members. Opponents. 

Joseph S. Smith.* David Logan. 

Pennsylvania. 

1 Sam'l J. Randall.* Benjamin L. Berry. 
" Charles O'Neill. Thomas B. Florence. 
John Moffatt.* Leonard Myers. 

William D. Kellev. James B. Nicholson. 
John B. Beading.* Caleb N. Taylor. 
John D. Stiles.* John R. Breitenback 
Wash. Townsend. Robt. E. Monaghan. 
J. Lawrence Getz.* Henry S. Eckert. 
Oliver J. Dickey. Hiram B Swarr. 
Henry L. Cake. James J. (/'on nor. 
D. M. Van Auken.* John Torrey. 
G. W. Woodward.* Theodore Strong.' 
Ulysses Mercur. Victor E. Piollet. 
John B. Packer. James F. Knipe. 
R. J. Hakleman.* Samuel Small. 

F. M. Kimmel. 

John P. Linton. 

L. A. Mackey. 

Rasselas Brown. 

Robt. M. De France. 



John Cessna. 

Daniel J. Morrell. 

W. H Armstrong. 

G. W. Schofield. 

G. W. Gilrillan. 

Henry D. Foster.* John Covode. 

James S. Negley. Andrew Burtt. 

Darwin Phelps. Lewis Z. Mitchell. 

James B. Donley. David Crawford. 

Rhode Island. 

1 Thos. A. Jenckes. Olney Arnold. 

2 Nathan F. Dixon. James Waternouse. 

.South Carolina. 

1 Har's Covington.* Ben. F. Whittemore. 

2 C. C. Bowen. Johnson Ha.vgood. 

3 James P. Reed.* Solomon L. iloge. 

4 Wm. O. Simpson.* A. S. Wallace. 

Tennessee. 



1 Robert R. Butler. 

2 Horace Maynard. 

3 William B.Stokes. 

4 Lewis Tillman. 

5 Wm. T. Prosser. 

6 Samuel fit. Arnell. 

7 Isaac R. Hawkins. 

8 J. W. Leftwich.* 



A. E. Garrett. 
L. C. Houck. 
E. A. James. 
C. A. Sheafe. 
(■Joseph Motley.* 
\ Samuel C. Weiser. 
Dorsey B. Thomas. 
George K. Foot. 
/David A. Nunn. 
I William J. Smith. 



Vermont. 

1 Chas. W. Willard. John Cain. 

2 Luke P. Poland. Charles M. Chase. 

3 Worth. C. Smith. Waldo Brigham. 



West Virginia. 



1 Isaac H. Duvall. 

2 Jas. C. McGrew. 

3 John S. Witcher. 



Henry S. Walker. 
William G. Brown. 
C. P. T. Moore. 



Wisconsin. 



1 Halbert E. Paine. 

2 Benj. F. Hopkins. 

3 AmasaCobb. 

4 Ch. A. Eldridge.* 

5 Philetus Sawyer. 



Alexander Mitchell. 
John Winans. 
J. H. F. Passmore. 
L. F. Frisbee. 
Joseph Vilas. 



6 Cad. C. Washburn. Albert E. Ellis. 

RECAPITULATION. 

Republicans, 134 

Democrats, 78 

TERRITORIES. 

Arizona — Richard C. McCormick. 
Colorado — Allen A. Bradford. 
Dakota — S. L. Spink. 
Idaho — J. K. Shafer.* 



32 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



STATE GOVERNMENTS. 



Alabama. 

Governor, William H. Smith, of Randolph. 

Arkansas 

Governor, Powell Clayton (Rep.) 

California. 

Governor, Henry II. Haight (Dem.) 
Term four years, expiring December, 1871. 
Salary. §7.000. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 21: 
Democrats, 19. House: Republicans, 30; 
Democrats, 50. Meets at Sacramento bien- 
nially (1867, '69. &c), on the first Monday in 
December. 

Connecticut. 

Governor, James E. English (Dem.) Term 
oneyear, expiring May, 1869. Salary, $1,100. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 12; 
Democrats. 9. House : Republicans, 131 : 
Democrats, 107. Meets alternate years : at 
Hartford odd years, at New Haven even 
years, on the first Wednesday in May. 

Delaware. 

Governor, Gove Saulsbury (Dem.) Term 
lour years, expiring Jan., 1S71. Salary, §1,333. 

Legislature. Senate: Democrats, 7: Re- 
publicans. 2. House: Democrats, 21. Meets 
at Dover biennially (1867, 1869, &c), on the 
first Tuesday in January. 

Florida. 

Governor. Harrison Reed (Rep.) 
Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 18; 

Democrats, 8. House: Republicans, 37; 

Democrats, 15. 

Georgia. 

Governor, Rufus R Bullock (Rep.) 

Illinois. 

Governor, Jobn M. Palmer (Rep.) Term 
four years, expiring Jan., 1873. Salary, $1,500. 

legislature. Senate: Republicans, 18; 
Democrats, 7. House: Republicans. 58: 
Democrats. 27. Meets at Springfield bien- 
nially (18(>7, 1869, &c.), on the first Wednes- 
day in January. 

Indiana. 

Governor, Conrad Baker (Rep.) Term 
four years, expiring. Ian., 1878. Salary, §l,ooo. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 91; 
Democrats, 19. House: Republicans. 55; 
Democrats. 43. Meets at Indianapolis bien- 
nially (1>>67, 1868, <fec.), second Monday in 
January. 

Iowa. 

Governor, Samuel Merrill (Rep.) Term 

two years, expiring Jan., isro. Salary, fl.OOO. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 4j; 

Democrats, 5. House: Republicans, 86; 
Democrats, 16. Meets at Dei Moines bien- 
nially (1888, 1870, dtc.J, on tbe second Mon- 
day of January. 

Kansas. 

Governor, J am^^ M. Harvey (Rep.1 Term 
two years, expiring Jan., |s7l salary. $2,500. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 25, 
Hou^e: Republicans, HI; Democrats, 8. 
Meets at Topeka annually .second 'I'll ursday 
in January. 

Kentucky. 

Governor, John W. Stevenson (Dem.) 



Term four vears. expiring September, 1871. 
Salary, §2,500. 

Legislature. Senate: Democrats, 30; Re- 
publicans, 8. House: Democrats, 91; Re- 
publicans, 9. Meets at Frankfort annually, 
on the first Monday in December. 

Louisiana. 

Governor, Henry C. Warmoth (Rep.) 

Maine. 

Governor, Joshua L. Chamberlain (Rep.) 
Term one year, expiring January, 186.8. 
Salary, §1,500. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 29; 
Democrats. 2. House: Republicans, 122; 
Democrats, 2S. Meets in Augusta annually, 
on the first Wednesday in January. 

Maryland. 

Governor, Oden Bowie (Dem.) 

Legislature. Democratic in both branches. 
Meets at Annapolis biennially (1867, 1869, &c.) 
on the first Wednesday in January. 

Massachusetts. 

Governor. William Clifton (Rep.) Term 
one year, expiring Jan., 1870. Salary, §3,500. 

Governor's Onuxcil. Republican, unani- 
mously. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 38; 
Democratic, 2. House: Republicans, 230; 
Democrats, 10. Meets at Boston, annually, 
on the first Wednesday in January. 

Michigan. 

Governor, Henry P. Baldwin (Rep ) Term 
two years, expiring Jan., 1871.' Salary, §1,500, 

Legislature. Senate: Republican, 27 
Democratic, 5. House: Republican, 71 
Democrats. 28. Meets at Lansing biennially 
(1867, 1869, &c), on the first Wednesday in 
January. 

Minnesota. 

Governor, William R. Marshall (Rep.) 
Term two years, expiring January, 1870. 
Salary, §2,500. 

legislature. Senate: Republicans, 16: 
Democrats, 6. House: Republicans, 38; 
Democrats, 9. Meets at St. Paul first Tues- 
day in January. 

. Mississippi. 

Not organized. 

Missouri. 

Governor, Joseph W. McClurg (Rep.) 
Term four years, expiring January, 166S. 
Salary, §2,500. 

legislature. Senate: Republican, 25; 
Democratic, 9. House: Republican, 89; 
Democratic, 44. Meets at Jefferson City bl 
etmtaliy (1867, 1869, &c), on the last Monday 
in December. 

Nebraska. 

Governor, David Butler (Rep.) 

Legislature. Senate : Republicans, 13 ; 
Democrats, 1. House: Republicans, 34; 
Democrats, 5. 

Nevada. 

Governor, Henry G. Blaisdell (Rep.) 
Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 15; 
Democrats, 3. Assembly: Republicans. 32 ; 
Democrats, 3. Meets at Virginia City bien- 
nially, tbe first Monday in January (1867, 
1869, &c.) 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



33 



New Hampshire. 

Governor. Walter Harriman (Rep.) Term 
one year, expiring June', lsu 1 .). Salary, $1,000. 

Governor's Council, Rep., 7; Dent., 1. 

Legislature*. Senate: Republicans, 9; 
Democrats, 8. House: Republicans, 191; 
Democrats, 128. Meets at Concord annu- 
ally, on the first Wednesday in June. 

New Jersey. 

Governor, Theodore F.Randolph (Deni.) 
Term tour years, expiring Jan., li>73. Salary, 
$3,000. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 9: 
Democrats, 12. House: Republicans. 28; 
Democrats, 32. Meets at Trenton annually, 
on the second Tuesday in January. 

New York. 

Governor, John T. Hoffman (Dem.) Term 
two years, expiring Jan. 1. {£71. salary. $i,ooo. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 17; 
Democrats, 15. House: Republicans. 7(i; 
Democrats, 52; Meets at Albany annually, 
on the rirst Tuesday in January. 

North Carolina. 

Governor, William W. Holden (Rep.) 
Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 40; 

Democrats, 10. House: Republicans, 66; 

Democrats, 54. 

Ohio. 

Governor, Rutherford B. Hayes (Rep.) 
Term two vears, expiring January, 1870. 
Salary. $1,890. 

Legislature. Senate: Democrats, 20; Re- 
publicans, 17. House: Democrats, 56; Re- 
publicans, 40. Meets at Columbus, bien- 
nially (lstis, '70, &c), on the lirst Monday id 
January. 

Oregon. 

Governor, George L. Woods (Rep.) Term 
four years, expiring September 1, 1870. 
Salary, $1,503. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 14: 
Democrats, 8. House: Republicans, 24; 
Democrats, 23. Meets at Salem, biennially, 
second Monday in September (1967, V. J&C.J 
General election, biennially, rirst Monday iu 
June. 

Pennsylvania. 

Governor, John W. Geary (Rep.) Term 
three years, expiring January, 1870. Salary, 
$3,500. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 18; 
Democrats, 15. House: Republicans, 62; 
Democrats, 38. Meets at Harrisburp, annu- 
ally, on the first Tuesday in January. 

Rhode Island. 

Governor, Ambrose E Rurnside (Rep ) 
Term one year, expiring May, 18C8. 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 October. 

Sonth Carolina. 

Governor, Richard K. Scott (Rep.) 

Tennessee. 

Governor, William G. Brownlow (Rep.) 
Salary, $2,000. 

Legislature. Republican in both branches. 
Meets in Nashville on the first Monday in 
October. 



Texas. 
Not organized. 

Vermont. 

Governor, John R. Page. Term one year, 
expiring October, 186& salary, $1,000. 

teffialature. senate: Republicans, unani- 
mous. House nearly so. Meets at Mont- 
pelier annually, on the 2d Thursday in 
October. 

Virginia. 

Provisional Governor, H. H. Wells (Rep.) 

West Virginia. 

Governor, Wm. K. Stevenson (Rep.) Term 
three years, expiring March 4, 1871. Salary, 
$2,000. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 19; 
Deniocrats, 3. House: Republicans, 43: 
Democrats, 13. Meets at Wheeling annu- 
ally, on the 3d Tuesday of January. General 
election fourth Thursday of October. 

Wisconsin. 

Governor, Lucius Fairchild (Rep.) Term 
two years, expiring Jan. 1870. Salary, $1,250. 

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 19; 
Democrats. 14. House: Republicans, 68; 
Democrats. 32. Meets at Madison annually, 
second Wednesday in January. 



TERRITORIES. 

Arizona. 

Governor, Richard C. MeCormick: Secre- 
tary, James P. L. Carter. Oflicial resi- 
dence, Tucson. Salary of Governor, $3,000: 
Secretary, $2,000. 

Colorado. 

Governor, Alexander Cummings: Secre- 
tary, James R. Hood. Oflicial residence, 
Denver citv. Salary of Governor, $1,500; 
Secretary $1,S00. Election 1st Tuesday in 
October. 

Legislature. Council : Republicans, 8 ; 
Ind. Republicans, 1 ; Democrats. 4. House; 
Republicans, 15; Ind. Republicans, 2; Demo- 
crats, 9. 

Dakota. 

Governor, Andrew J. Foule; Secretary, 
John Hutchinson. Official residence, Yanc- 
ton. Salary of Gov'r, $1,500 ; Sec'y, $1,800. 

Montana. 

Governor, Green Clay Smith ; Secretary, 



Idaho. 

Governor, Isaac L. Gibbs; Secretary, 
Horace C. Gibson. Official residence, Lew- 
iston. Salary of Governor, $2,500; Secre- 
tary. $2,000. 

Legislature. Council: Democrats, 7; Re- 
publicans, 3. House: Democrats, 17; Re- 
publicans, 3. 

Utah. 

Governor, Charles Durkee ; Secretary, 
Amos Reed. Official residence, Great Salt 
Lake City. Salary of Governor, $2,500; 
Secretary, $2,000. 

Washington. 

Governor, George E. Cole; Secretary, El- 
wood Evans. Official residence, Olympia. 
Salary of Governor, $3,000 ; Secretary, $2,000. 



34 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1869. 






ELECTION R3 

COUNTIES. 


STURN 


S, WITH COMPA 


RATIVE VOTE. 

-1867 . , 1860 , 

veotion. President. 
For. Ag'st. Bell, JJr'k. D0112. 
1462 4 256 611 392 

533 144 

494 .... 243 129 SI 
2113 102 644 715 6 
777 14 58/2 613 155 
692 13 65 693 488 

243 599 

1175 17 1(;T9 918 111 
(60 4r0 364 2347 54 
1:80 37 918 1017 157 
436 110 527 1706 223 
977 153 472 542 15s 
1U>5 13 255 952 77 

493 46 

4.i9 14 

288. 217 394 878 2 
7 -> 9 54 

754 25 '338 358 '205 
876 45 706 - 930 844 
82 122 416 404 12 

376 146 

621 139 277 12*0 5 

56" U 144 620 833 339 

3x4 4 204 849 202 

12*1 1 

530 30 359 1299 37 
559 8 715 902 460 
2579 104 765 696 157 
3530 3t .... 
810 150 317 1109 .... 
983 X5 130 1760 565 
624 15 245 831 77 

441 23 

1(V!9 16 444 706 790 
1261 59 525 370 376 

17*9 8 

1177 195 368 522 325 

3521 11 592 1007 57 

2039 1 1210 1184 46 

24*5 1 400 591 1300 

3*63 28 512 838 6.3 

357 9 197 986 62 

471 16« 1K5 411 763 

4556 3 1629 1541 182:? 

1150 81 446 550 222 

5881 .... 1034 1555 133 

*95 47 114 549 645 

3594 99 791 893 99 

1430 74 619 1211 16 

619 838 1227 15*1 84 

814 2 507 1734 343 

1774 32 854 993 53 

604 .. . 174 96! 240 

10*3 50 570 853 136 

3144 2 473 682 136 

1527 273 1091 1307 74 

765 25-5 1270 1451 298 

1955 3 1023 1219 23 

424 30 103 446 303 

2*5 8 155 176 24 

2966 339 355 *33 113 

295 .... 40 203 147 

90233 5628 27375 48831 13651 
1307 


Presid 
K. 
... 1503 


ALABAMA. 

1368 , 

eut. Constii.ution. 

I». For. An'st. 

*5l 1697 3 

67ii 53S .... 

673 625 96 
2210 2*53 .... 

732 721 .... 

461 679 .... 
1634 1761 .... 
1*23 1149 .... 
1274 515 16 
1443 73'.i 28 

913 501) 11 
1113 10<i3 .... 
1135 1C53 .... 

619 277 21 

31*1 394 .... 

1*43 319 .... 
1241 6"6 .... 

«** 401 .... 

957 4:>6 .... 

53» 94 .... 

1211 153 61 
12t>5 . .... 
1779 Glo8 .... 

360 7-r. .... 

1197 850 .... 
431 243 37 
619 350 12 
869 2*52 .... 
P66 3115 .... 

1305 

1581 1112 .... 
533 506 92 

. . 307 .... 

1436 920 .... 

1312 1333 .... 

1727 1538 .... 

1177 7*9 .... 

1171 29*0 .... 

1075 1634 .... 

2156 2H;n .... 

1*79 m» .... 

;t'n ir<l)53U8 .... 

615 514 .... 
66.53 302 .... 
1196 701 .... 
2 :I9 5.508 .... 

673 510 17 
1386 36! t3 .... 
1497 1167 .... 
1813 4'.K) .... 

625 5xl .... 
1230 20«0 .... 

429 508 .... 

839 !*08 .... 

i*s 25io .... 

1212 1450 .... 
20*3 270 .... 
13*3 1775 .... 

2*9 416 .... 

17 262 .... 

1481 2990 .... 

39 287 15 

72036 79909 409 

ARKANSAS. 

8 , |H6« . 

till, CoiiPtituthiii, 

I>. For. Au'ef. 

555 1233 IKH 

414 «2fi 

22 97 875 


Co i 
I5e K . 
2400 
1281 
1074 
5123 
1704 
12*6 
44*2 
2671 
2'.:i 
271* 
1518 
2 ISO 
23-1 
1133 
1178 

v:io 

1SI0 
17*3 
1679 

774 
1>54 
1*96 
8330 

893 
2479 
1106 

9*5 
3568 
4-242 
2117 
2*65 
1720 
1173 
2466 
2595 
3561 
2390 
4651 
8305 
4770 
5163 

*tj7 
1391 
8.595 
2391 
8*54 
1497 
5359 
2777 
3683 
1469 
3551 
• 1760 
1929 
4634 
2983 
2965 
33<"0 

904 

650 
4727 

542 




2*3 








492 


ItihW 




275 


Mullock 


... 2103 




734 




600 




... 1116 




167 




925 


Clarke 


562 


(.'lav 






403 


Coffee 






39 




843 




635 








90 


DeKalb 


.... 492 




.... 1363 




20-2 




90 






Miile 


. . . . 8-297 




410 




539 




420 




378 




. . . . 893 




835 




. . . . 3339 




o-j-)-> 




1533 




27'ij 






Marshall 

Mobile 


422 
. . . . 52it0 




58 




. . . . 6770 




.... 531 


|»ik»* 


253 


St ilair 


. . . . 632 


SlielUy 


.... 799 




8J16 


TiUlfttten 


.... 1771 
310 




.... ii»;7 




2*2 




.... 281 


COU STIRS. 
ArkuntM 


70366 

, 1*( 

Prriih 

If. 
658 

174 


165323 


Convention. 

F->r. Asr'*t. 

927 109 

531 519 

92 3*>2 


[legist ration 
Wh. Hl'k. 
49* I0.J0 
706 603 


rotal. 
1528 
1314 
1009 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



35 



, 1868 , , 1867 > 

President. Constitution. Convention. Registration. 

COUNTIES. R. 1). For. Ag'st. For. Ag'st. Wh. Bl'k. Total. 

Bradley 256 546 2H) .... 903 368 1276 

Calhoun 33 466 84 364 211 134 422 184 606 

Carroll 304 535 195 501 178 277 .... 767 767 

Chicot 920 148 714 193 809 156 268 894 1162 

Clark 697 623 462 753 685 400 1576 

Columbia 591 977 970 594 1313 870 21*3 

Conway 434 309 370 486 200 .... 921 148 1069 

Craighead 1*2 226 233 121 522 41 563 

Crawford 4*6 391 3-3 618 370 233 7m 147 851 

Crittenden 229 310 496 128 215 505 750 

Cross 158 ISa 119 230 197 168 415 1*4 5:-9 

Dallas 244 581 2i7 515 374 326 668 337 1005 

Desha 404 337 139 95 425 .... 211 592 *23 

Drew 33 1292 516 715 691 386 1081 576 1657 

Franklin 347 343 330 510 285 19* 741 102 KM 

Fulton 115 78 73 17 3t;6 

Greene 10 597 72 149 921 5 ' 926 

Hempstead 1156 654 1120 1145 11*8 827 1307 1195 2502 

!lot Springs 214 474 3(0 121 S25 

Independence 566 677 517 620 513 231 1458 J42 1600 

Izard 136 4*7 145 409 8 .... 762 31 793 

Jackson 158 777 238 631 30 .... 849 283 1139 

Jefferson 2258 517 8359 438 2546 .... 104-8 2733 3786 

Johnson 294 136 355 397 296 289 664 72 736 

Lafayette „ 466 423 896 289 560 931 1491 

Lawrence 114 445 125 203 753 

Little River 22 267 246 126 241 .... 426 327 753 

Madison 415 70 342 144 323 57 716 

Marion 105 54 65 264 100 J07 391 

Mississippi 94 133 114 161 292 193 485 

Monroe 543 455 498 £39 514 204 525 531 1076 

Montgomery 242 48 168 130 288 31 492 26 51* 

Newton 223 78 263 52 177 3 424 1 425 

Ouachita 561 756 577 1057 817 551 1084 870 1954 

Perrv 129 110 96 137 114 34 318 

Phillips. 2i76 710 2157 845 2178 454 955 2681 3>i36 

Pike 306 135 262 150 195 77 BS 

Poinsett 46 143 74 97 55 60 172 39 211 

Poik 77 251 172 70 111 51 394 1 3-»o 

Pope 452 467 394 404 433 91 865 

Prairie 275 756 358 944 467 533 1583 

Pulaski 3325 1026 4919 997 2480 419 1494 2402 3«96 

Randolph. 114 503 105 249 845 59 907 

St Francis 385 440 450 265 393 150 564 464 1028 

Saline 64 663 82 594 142 261 712 42 754 

Scott 326 158 305 164 195 11 5-57 17 574 

Searcy 334 83 307 92 336 20 574 1 575 

Sebastian 660 431 454 440 276 113 1011 195 12<*5 

Sevier 305 4«l 331 195 567 260 827 

Union 124 1396 4*7 820 102 .... 922 708 1630 

Van Kuren 60 331 54 324 249 52 896 

Washington 641 95 569 1124 326 662 1813 81 1891 

White 270 85 1060 184 539 1278 156 1434 

Woodruff 191 597 .... 75 1027 

Yell 477 352 444 295 344 111 731 150 ttl 

2215! 19078 27913 26597 24979 11293 33047 21207 65084 

The above returns are not complete. The following figures are official : Registered voters. 

66.805. Convention, for, 27.576; against. 13,558. Constitution, for, 27,913; against, 26,597 ; reais. 

tereil. 73,784, of which 43,714 were whites, and 25,070 blacks. Number of whites who voted, 34,676 ' 
blacks, 19,834. 

CALIFORNIA. 

President. Governor. President. President. 

COUNTIES. R. I>. In.R. Reg. R. D. R. I). R. Doug. Bell. Br'k. 

Alameda 1360 1262 25 1366 1092 1405 698 1033 513 62 481 

Alpine 154 67 22 149 106 384 229 

Amador 1110 1224 29 1076 1353 1393 1199 993 1866 178 945 

Butte 1279 1245 118 882 1148 1739 1116 1436 1502 320 1172 

Calaveras 1143 HS0 31 1230 1380 2070 1565 977 1375 240 1717 

Colusa 359 699 31 197 544 274 425 230 240 70 392 

Contra Costa 1091 73* 21 719 599 953 621 612 416 136 391 

Del Norte K8 173 2 150 173 30 . .. 174 83 39 217 

F.I Dorado 1676 1683 123 1579 1835 2947 2119 2118 2695 206 1907 

Fresno 72 381 .... 47 325 93 358 53 22 123 272 

Humboldt 769 507 11 657 393 423 262 335 445 20 2>2 

Invo 113 100 2 95 ia3 

Kern.. 208 442 .... 164 385 



36 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



CALIFORNIA — Continued. 

, 1868 , , 1867 , , 1664 , 

President. Governor. President. 

COUNTIES. R. D. In. R. Reg. R. D. R. D. 

Klamath 137 187 5 136 215 25 .... 

Lake 248 454 6 221 508 '213 405 

Lassen 210 122 13 162 103 318 236 

Los Augelos 748 1236 6 727 989 595 703 

Marin 528 433 6 515 344 640 360 

Mariposa 456 663 12 599 835 767 842 

Mendocino 621 1002 6 512 898 585 639 

Merced 98 272 1 52 255 70 205 

Mono 148 89 9 117 101 167 138 

Monterey 580 663 4 414 544 415 364 

Napa 752 684 25 655 750 735 593 

Nevada 3014 2455 124 2176 22*3 2784 17M3 

Placer 1987 1233 132 1672 1590 2313 1476 

Plumas 712 554 24 781 708 828 669 

Sacramento 3207 2216 470 1677 2141 4 1 i»2 1764 

San Bernardino 263 378 .... 234 426 231 421 

San Diego 129 2H5 .... 82 179 

San Francisco 12183 18582 360 6363 10571 12665 8356 

San Joaquin 2101 1867 15 1668 1592 1849 1429 

San Luis Obispo 373 345 8 242 177 259 149 

San Mateo 628 417 3 427 355 600 377 

Santa Barbara 428 301 .... 309 301 350 ,84 

Santa Clara 2307 2330 8 1839 2031 1994 1176 

Santa Cruz 1153 737 .... 868 703 975 453 

Shasta, 638 551 48 541 512 909 562 

Siena 1328 794 97 955 698 2126 954 

Siskiyou 835 918 34- 744 9«5 925 957 

Solano 1541 1443 30 1155 1228 1255 908 

Sonoma 1799 2402 11 1625 2505 2026 2336 

Stanislaus 350 642 3 219 451 277 346 

Sutter 581 561 23 555 660 677 586 

Tehama 351 398 3 326 373 482 364 

Trinity 506 391 11 509 444 200 .... 

Tulare 338 679 8 255 618 528 637 

Tuolumne 994 1115 16 1068 1350 1589 1566 

Yolo 995 1061 101 573 796 653 475 

Yuba 1331 1112 56 1155 1178 1871 1333 



1 


President. 


■ 


R. 


Dou. 


Bell. 


Brec. 


92 


377 


36 


163 


'352 


'494 


*2oi 


*6*6 


408 


2S2 


38 


2*5 


262 


489 


319 


815 


198 


235 


166 


499 


39 


47 


53 


213 


307 


233 


"*5 


'246 


440 


518 


141 


679 


2536 


2372 


403 


1651 


1742 


1867 


776 


1447 


.458 


503 


211 


453 


2670 


2*36 


352 


1690 


307 


224 


98 


192 


81 


29 


8 


148 


6*34 


4030 


944 


2560 


1131 


733 


199 


1374 


148 


122 




156 


389 


543 


41 


130 


46 


305 




123 


1465 


881 


110 


722 


671 


286 


129 


319 


464 


1094 


252 


584 


1468 


1541 


390 


1349 


953 


1504 


517 


760 


680 


602 


292 


745 


1236 


612 


435 


1467 


167 


230 


66 


433 


403 


440 




440 


244 


495 


218 


316 


516 


885 


153 


593 


141 


211 


389 


573 


1634 


1503 


371 


2037 


534 


496 


26 


606 


1665 


1360 


159 


1876 



54592 54078 2088 40359 49905 



42255 39173 38516 6817 S4334 



CONNECTICUT. 



COUNTIES. 

Fairfield 

Hartford 

Litchfield 

Middlesex 

New Haven 

New London 

Tolland 

Windham 



, 1868 s 

President. 


, 1868 > 

Governor. 


, 1867 > 

Governor. 


, 1864 , 

President. 


' 


1860 

President. 





K. 


D. 


R. D. 


R. D. 


R. 


D. 


R. 


Dane. 


Br'k. 


Bell, 


8614 


8235 


7831 8596 


7698 7805 


7368 


7193 


7025 


1372 


2030 


2055 


9931 


9924 


9657 10217 


91)72 9678 


8693 


8683 


8519 


3145 


3291 


302 


5130 


4985 


4978 5283 


5019 5058 


4998 


4423 


5118 


1739 


1672 




3473 


2973 


3352 3168 


3340 3174 


3113 


3107 


28*3 


1175 


1330 


110 


10722 


12192 


10080 12983 


0879 11696 


8761 


9638 


8667 


2910 


1350 


575 


6;i36 


5299 


6230 5629 


6833 5437 


5662 


4919 


5470 


25H6 


1187 


211 


1829 


2(109 


2till 2125 


2455 2281 


2430 


2152 


2494 


1139 


478 


18 


4167 


2335 


4029 2540 


3782 2436 


3668 


2173 


3616 


1456 


303 


20 



50995 47952 48777 50541 46578 47565 44686 42288 43792 15522 14641 3291 



DELAWARE. 



, 1868 J 

President. 
COUNTIES. R. I). 

Kent 1316 2876 

Newcastle 149 457 

Sussex 1*83 3136 



, 1S66 > 


; 1864 ^ 




1S60 




Governor 


President. 




President. 




R. 1). 


R. D. 


Line. 


Brec. Bell. 


Don. 


1796 2725 


1653 2402 


1070 


2087 717 


144 


4428 4248 


4274 3*13 


2074 


2999 1573 


718 


2374 2837 


2229 2552 


671 


2251 1574 


161 



3348 6469 8598 9810 8156 8767 3815 7337 3864 1023 



FLORIDA. 





Convention. 


Repist'd. 


President. 


COUNTIES 


For. Ag'sU Wh. Col'd. 


Bell. Brec. 


Alachua .... 


987 .... 


495 1275 


195 527 




55 1 


89 54 




Brail ford .. 


105 19 


320 104 


179 278 




4 .... 


5 3 






CO .... 


163 66 






80 .... 


187 86 


114 57 



-1867 



, , — 1860 — , 

Convention. Regist'd. President. 
COUNTIES. For. Ag'st. Wh. Col'd. Bell. Brec 



Columbia... 464 

Dade 

Duval 726 

Escambia . . . 592 
Franklin .... 146 
Gadsden.... 1062 



477 


516 


13 


2 


385 


705 


333 


619 


223 


162 


6-18 


1138 



214 406 



195 

377 

61 

384 



346 
192 

284 
392 



Con vent i 
COUNTIES. For. Ag' 
Hamilton ... 233 , 
Hernando... 182 
Jlillsboro' ... 15 

Holmes 

Jackson 1364 . 

Jefferson.... 1536 . 
Lafayette ... 67 . 

Leon 2424 . 

Levy K> . 

Liberty 80 . 

Madison .... 1068 . 

Manatee .... 83 . 

Marion 9i>3 . 

Monroe 217 . 

Nassau 298 



on, Regist'd. 

st. Wh. Ool'd. 

... 402 321 

9 225 168 

.... 211 87 

.... 187 27 

... 684 1169 

... 550 1747 

. . . 22)3 36 

... 515 

... 206 

... 107 

. . . 606 
139 



26t'»0 
72 
95 

1214 
16 



15 



4S4 1269 
292 201 
160 317 



- — 18(i0 — , 


Presh 


••nt. 


Bell. Br'k. 


Ill 


243 


"74 


'iis 


488 


512 


158 


487 


80 


99 


282 


482 


"75 


"75 


226 


444 


"99 


'oil 


60 


219 


82 


291 



Conventi 
COUNTIES. For. Ag 
New Kiver .. 

Orange 

Polk 

I'utnam 

Saint John's. 
Santa Itota . 

Sumter 

SnuMiiee.... 

Taylor 

Volusia 

Wakulla .... 

Walton 

Washington. 



120 
211 



on. Resist* d. President. 
•st. Wh. Col'd Bell. Brk. 

179 278 

179 27 

17 
197 
118 
800 
78 
259 

80 
98 
848 
50 
69 





14250 133 11148 15434 5437 8543 



Under an act of the Legislature, that body voted for Presidential Electors in 1868, as there was 
no election by the people. The following are the ballotings : 



FIRST BALLOT. 

James D. Green ... 
W. 1). Bloxham, D. 
Samuel J. Pierce... 



Green's majority. 



1 

11 37 



< H 

29 38 

7 9 



1 



SKCOND BALLOT. 

John W. Butler. . . 
Wilkinson Call, I). 
Charles 11. Pearce. 



rf — 



Ki 



< 
9 30 
2 7 
. 1 



11 38 49 
Butler's majority 29 



THIRD BALLOT. 

Robert Mencham . 
G. A. Stanley, 1) .. 
Charles II. 1'earce 
Fred. Hill 



10 40 50 
Meacham's majority 28 



GEORGIA. 

, 1868 , , — 1867 — , , — 1868 — , 

President. Governor. Regist'n. Constit'n. 

COUNTIES. R. I). R. 1). Wh. Col. For. Ae't. 

Appling 336 59 238 453 94 62 233 

Baldwin 1056 719 996 713 595 1252 990 773 

Baker '33 724 255 840 284 999 25 1 490 

Banks 246 352 314 266 522 149 367 993 

Berrien 19 614 40 279 400 65 49 298 

Bibb 2918 2194 2192 1919 1638 2329 2209 1*94 

Brooks 158 1303 640 420 504 874 656 378 

Bryan 302 221 300 161 247 332 70 387 

Bullock 425 42 405 554 235 114 311 

Burke 1632 931 2122 492 791 2543 2121 492 

Butts 247 606 382 499 543 422 410 489 

Bartow 1689 658 933 Unj 

Calhoun 391 548 431 371 324 696 422 343 

Camden 440 112 511 33 145 556 514 26 

Campbell 601 663 539 477 1071 362 574 414 

Carroll 669 1120 562 624 1448 214 560 618 

Cass 668 1473 754 1484 

Catoosa 194 447 230 428 597 115 356 304 

Chattahooche 3 533 277 551 408 568 394 512 

Charlton 95 156 % 30 160 53 101 25 

Chatooga 147 534 207 495 92 210 225 460 

Chatham 2316 4643 4471 2782 2398 4*45 4415 2241 

Cherokee 339 814 369 693 1424 219 415 693 

Clarke 1186 1197 1068 836 881 1111 1075 &o7 

Clay ... 351 502 319 438 414 453 319 438 

Clavton 195 4(53 326 349 5-55 230 446 233 

Clinch 75 311 220 176 406 210 252 142 

Columbia 1 1120 1222 457 603 1780 1839 436 

Coffee 160 107 122 356 92 113 114 

Coweta 991 1329 1126 1021 1283 1315 1139 994 

Cobb 613 1634 536 1341 1618 573 674 1193 

Colquitt 25 147 42 61 173 17 40 45 

Crawford 373 541 514 535 548 755 511 538 

Dade 18 310 65 284 441 34 94 247 

Dawson 316 274 301 151 555 63 307 150 

Decatur 1141 1831 1038 684 1024 1115 1042 673 

DeKalb 197 1092 281 902 1059 422 301 875 

Dooley 32 850 467 740 867 791 514 627 

Doueherty 1607 1S57 1668 1151 3*8 2274 16H3 1043 

Echols 33 171 50 155 161 60 103 81 

Early 548 355 597 339 814 356 596 

Etflngham 116 346 228 248 404 339 237 240 

Elbert 34 1015 221 760 795 866 224 754 

Emmanuel 29 460 166 295 554 276 209 222 

Fannin 421 251 354 139 693 40 344 131 



,—1860- ^ 
Preside't. 
U. D. 



112 
397 
114 
93 
219 



287 
440 
259 
466 
316 



8*0 809 

281 336 

75 173 

557 

468 

309 



271 
269 



98 230 

35 207 

412 785 

508 1294 

613 1052 

338 382 

226 303 

141 43 

436 2*7 

568 1S12 

446 854 



695 
246 
312 
115 
336 
30 
531 



451 
2x6 
197 
106 
67 
93 
895 



583 1377 
67 115 



1^7 
177 
92 
519 
415 



378 
259 
338 
579 
636 



249 348 

277 371 

25 87 

122 294 

203 208 

291 120 

241 210 

140 500 



38 


EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC 


, 1869. 










cou> 

Payette 


GEORGIA— Continue 


d. 

r— 1867-^ 

Recist'n. 

Wh. Col'd. 

786 380 
1554 899 
1010 205 

815 225 

2506 1943 
886 33 
342 172 
160 592 

1203 218 
822 1434 

1604 340 
723 155 

1190 204 
746 1545 
499 43 
683 216 

1114 1267 
753 382 

1047 610 
916 2596 
194 33 

1060 604 
661 979 
693 1273 
243 147 
473 170 
677 635 
356 1679 
126 869 
294 588 
520 673 
750 115 
639 1382 
456 229 
667 649 

307 600 
■961 1272 
272 185 
610 63 
390 607 

1113 1663 

328 163 
579 1231 
848 127 

1133 1900 
1308 955 
709 1095 
1021 130 
732 31 
180 201 
958 833 
794 395 
879 1131 
558 1171 

308 401 
459 32 
838 1100 

2264 3262 

329 501 
654 916 
731 840 
858 1510 
975 1924 
778 1256 
386 563 
456 165 
618 506 
339 163 
601 864 

787 1540 
424 25 

1118 1991 
522 999 
758 17 
820 821 
1184 293 
1047 673 
727 1221 
227 134 


- — 1868 — « 

Constit'n. 
For. Ap'st. 
444 395 
840 1171 
376 534 
487 320 
2169 2019 
387 216 
209 219 

511 75 
422 705 

1632 729 
547 . 84L 
476 157 
6-55 348 

1383 509 
283 152 
542 162 

1052 935 
441 403 
650 718 

1572 1794 

'739 *492 
789 047 

1058 4564 
207 191 
770 500 

512 397 
820 534 
714 143 
410 368 
614 231 
288 378 

1058 652 
222 360 
389 470 
714 143 

1172 668 
230 148 
107 486 

462 307 
1356 1286 

88 232 
1231 391 

463 381 
1698 1108 

988 958 . 

1180 510 

506 267 

419 210 

219 69 

589 852 

356 588 

829 679 

1097 434 

17 356 

192 207 

705 1086 

3103 1723 

380 366 

740 224 

698 769 

■762 9:!2 

1312 1285 

1046 754 

628 332 

140 219 

540 573 

*3ii '866 

1233 280 

226 191 

1735 1143 

1170 193 

309 336 

738 765 

600 559 

653 677 

1140 404 

109 106 


/ — 1860 — , 

Preside'!.. 
U. D. 
301 472 

848 756 
364 631 
137 • 726 

1195 1018 
122 710 

14 51 

17 177 
481 874 
581 114 
772 642 
457 188 
122 710 
402 123 

62 256 
151 482 
689 392 
380 439 
658 523 
569 555 

19 74 
463 675 
369 251 
363 67 
182 117 
214 235 
428 128 
222 240 

145 238 

170 36 
231 314 
293 319 
419 271 

233 375 
321 321 

29 175 
557 014 

28 231 
340 417 

146 323 
638 464 
255 40 
361 102' 
254 422 
767 769 
810 364 
347 241 
193 781 
156 451 

79 237 
427 696 
345 324 
286 464 
292 151 
167 287 

11 353 
504 597 

849 403 

234 172 

171 343 
530 596 
484 538 
694 380 
504 406 
173 220 
202 313 
361 393 
127 98 
387 227 
499 402 
101 192 
970 402 
181 321' 
216 474 
619 279 
655 480 
574 555 
250 55 

34 215 




Pre 
fTIES. R. 
286 


sident. 

D. 

649 

1525 • 

699 
664 

2812 
444 
334 
210 
894 

1001 

1249 
388 
623 
958 
218 
504 

1214 
647 

1065 

2085 
145 

1055 
873 

goo 

232 
423 
711 
447 
288 
824 
733 
493 
804 
398 
835 
143 

1159 
302 
459 
677 

1652 
220 
635 
629 

2153 

1529 
849 
534 
200 
240 

1027 
485 
955 
645 
312 
316 
969 

2753 
454 
628 
998 

"482 

1245 
963 
519 
452 
718 
291 
987 

10IS 
186 

16UI 
501 
435 
813 
824 

1082 
881 
172 


Governor. 
R. D. 

409 483 
804 1223 

336 58C 
350 477 

1944 2357 
374 228 
176 241 
510 77 
328 787 

1632 80S 
505 886 

380 277 
430 554 

1394 525 
249 204 
426 193 

1035 975 
435 444 
614 780 

1526 1866 

"67i '576 
789 665 

1052 428 
165 233 
718 659 
510 386 
813 573 
711 145 
406 350 
611 355 
270 385 

1067 683 
216 308 
353 781 
416 135 

1120 728 

187 211 

97 509 

452 341 

1346 1314 
34 239 

1202 455 
350 509 

1640 1170 

1001 988 

1144 557 
429 412 

381 212 
99 95 

589 856 

337 601 
809 702 

1083 467 

6 356 

1*0 220 

687 1 1 13 

3078 1749 
389 374 
683 286 
670 801 
752 940 

1249 1355 

1057 758 
627 346 
_78 284 
536 575 

*332 "852 

1221 337 

209 195 

1080 1215 

1128 261 

282 449 

728 785 

509 759 

632 725 

1124 541 

108 109 




Floyd 


591 




Forsyth 


305 






107 






2474 






4U6 






10 




Glynn 


626 




Guidon 


327 






1200 






388 






172 




Hail 


327 






85 






201 




Hart 


241 






872 




Heard .. 


334 






, .... 420 






1079 












264 












765 






.- 12 












407 






1070 






207 












454 






308 






786 






91 




Marion 


201 






664 






821 




Miller 






Millon 


58 




Mileliell 


112 


















1046 






33* 






1621 






923 






116 






377 




Pickens 


430 




Pierce 


105 




Pike 


249 




Polk 


319 




Pulaski 


213 




Putnam 


951 






53 




Itnbun 

Randolph 


55 

1 






3125 




Schley 


69 






147 






871 






63 




tfumter 


234 




TallM.t 

Tatnall 


49 




Taylor 

Teir.ir 


345 




Terrell 


362 












229 






652 






759 






280 


















3H-j 






1,«8 




Ware 


86 











EVENING JOUKNAL 


ALMANAC, 1869. 






39 




COUNTIES. 


I're 

It. 

143 


_ 1868 , 

sident. Governor. 
I». It. U. 

1076 1075 1278 
175 34 62 
474 202 414 
4:;3 2 Ml 273 
934 657 775 
237 3 2*1 

183* 979 672 
9( K) 842 5K5 
27:! 84 248 

102822 83146 76099 

ILLINOIS. 

fit! . 1*61 > 

dent. President. 

1). It. It. 
5471 3406 4562 
109* 722 881 

773 1154 713 
• 306 1778 246 
1503 718 131M 
2:SI5 3:!5l 1318 

702 811 662 

6M) 1903 442 
1403 863 1243 
2125 2116 1133 
22x5 1043 1606 
1906 HN>| 22:;7 
1339 8.52 1**02 
1570 1110 1168 
2247 2110 1555 
19,04 18067 14351 
1477 822 1371 
1344 591 1134 

x'.'d 2985 741 
13)0 12; 1 1069 

1133 993 774 
1100 lx|0 774 
2320 1683 1858 

421 636 330 
1690 635 1223 
2029 1054 16x0 

369 238 258 
1278 659 876 
4118 2991 3094 
1625 624 692 
2569 978 2249 

966 1401 775 
124M 328 1145 
36*7 2055 2929 

450 314 315 
1030 1210 877 
1 756 3358 1414 
1325 1777 843 
1333 7*3 1203 

1 134 537 923 
1930 649 1437 
1998 M7 1546 
1*92 2517 1722 

612 1630 338 
1653 3270 14*2 

867 2113 554 

633 1765 470 
2496 4245 1864 
1(190 240:! *73 
5439 5174 4515 
1175 7:i5 954 
1542 2562 1173 
2132 1746 ll(K) 
1902 1727 1371 
2236 1-27 1516 
3431 2274 2935 
3t«53 3156 32*7 
2190 1427 1678 
1532 1548 1403 
1719 115.) 1253 

614 948 2»i5 
2721 2145 2171 
1380 2951 2188 


, — 18H7 — , 

IteiMHt'n. 
W h. Col'd. 

1261 13.56 
157 69 
3'.(8 386 
612 86 

1175 277 
248 118 
597 1349 
911 869 
3.9 191 

96262 96973 

, — 1886 — * 
Congress. 

It. i). 

4091 4750 

631 942 
1839 679 
1646 163 

9(i7 1270 
3337 1376 

316 (41 
16' 5 259 

995 1278 
23-0 1475 
1301 1633 
1331 1303 
1245 1117 
1242 1223 
2i:;6 J908 
15295 6650 

9*.i8 1209 

797 1002 
2551 491 
14*4 1080 

924 649 
1546 527 
2125 1994 

764 324 

904 1307 
1486 1616 

490 166 

863 1049 
3712 St .28 

649 936 
1113 1961 
1536 816 

602 1133 
32*7 3231 

335 401 
12*2 941 
3380 1170 
1939 935 
1238 1474 

713 955 

888 15;>3 

965 1407 
2947 1418 
1173 tilt 
3942 1052 
1916 4^0 
1336 3(0 
4314 1317 
2112 643 
5012 3118 

934 921 
2172 771 
22J3 1017 
2241 )5.:9 
2359 1745 
2785 2972 
3574 3441 
1916 1*95 
1690 9*3 
1311 1253 

961 6(3 
2665 2423 
2697 682 


— 186*-^ 
Const it* n. 
For. Ac'st. 

1000 1232 
43 65 
212 430 
2,;7 250 
915 528 
119 167 
9*2 669 
890 561 
98 225 

*8123 C9760 

, l c 

I'ref'u 

R. DOQ*. 

3*11 4265 
100 684 
967 981 

i759 310 

72* J2'/2 

3622 1415 

2( 9 668 

Ki:0 461 

1046 1301 

1793 1221 

9ti8 14i>8 

1313 1724 

6x1 1070 

74* 1294 

1495 1467 

145-9 9*46 

921 13*4 

629 909 

3049 963 

12-'* 1015 

809 620 

17i»0 803 

1727 1925 

6*0 370 

453 1084 

953 1571 

235 148 

228 1391 

3639 3926 

221 1020 

979 2173 

1412 710 

102 1553 

256.8 2960 

107 499 

1253 911 

3039 1532 

1429 955 

315 1556 

626 906 

459 1X52 

910 1291 

2782 1*1 1 

40 ISttf 

4307 1661 

1977 803 

1*11 571 

3839 22**8 

2334 9*8 

5312 429C 

7'4 '.'70 

2 120 1 1 10 

14M 1088 

17-29 !521 

1501 1641 

2! 92 2688 

3101 3!00 

*68 1715 

1630 1376 

1198 12-24 

121 r73 

2V'55 23*16 

3033 1444 


, — 1860 — . 
Preside' t. 

U. 1) 
609 312 

37 134 
293 242 
151 22«l 
450 747 

19 254 
302 268 
351 4*4 
122 288 

42*86 518*9 
ftp 






10 




Webster 


Os> 




White 


143 




Whitfield 


651 




Wilcox 






Wilkes 


«6 




Wilkinson 


688 




Worth 


53 




4 

COUNTIES. 
Adams 


57134 

, V 

Pies 
it. 
4774 




lent. 
U. 

81 

17X 
25 

"i'j 

20 
66 

I 
19 
25 
20 

8 
30 
45 
79 
107 
24 

9 

8 
73 
39 

3 

66 
16 

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75 
48 
88 
67 

"'99 

115 

62 

31 

4 

147 

5 
136 
155 

38 

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4 
33 

12 

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62 

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67 

79 

2 

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197 
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9 


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16 

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8 

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4 ! 

29 
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21 i 
3 1 

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8 




Alexander 


689 




Bond 


1358 




Boone 


9030 






930 






3X44 






393 




Carroll 


O'lc n 












3830 






9019 




Uhirk 


1548 




Clay 


1394 






1559 




Coles 


~2658 




Crawford 


1150 




CUii)l""rl;iud 


1001 




lie Kalb 

De W itt 


3111 

1659 






1366 






3369 




Kiljrar 


0-*|)$ 






88* 

1021 






1711 




Ford 


921 






1031 




Kllllnli 






Gallatin 


704 






1363 






19ti3 






809 




Hardin 


35' 9 

342 






44x3 






2764 






1303 






X71 






1116 






1131 






29*0 






12:14 






5017 






SfOB 






1955 






4101 




Lake 


85 1:> 




La Salle 


6231 






1074 






30iV5 






8448 




Logan 


2515 

2771 




Macoupin 


3!53 

4192 




Marion 


2186 




Marshall 


1677 




Massac 


883 






3iH3 











40 EVENING JOURNAL 


ALMANAC, 1869. 










COUNTIES. 


I LI 

, — 

Pre 

R. 

5895 


.INOIS 

868 — , 

sident. 

D. 

385S 

1295 

1388 

1345 

2700 

2773 

1146 

1507 

4552 

903 

773 

3319 

593 

645 

487 

1897 

1555 

1913 

1143 

4875 

1756 

1127 

2977 

705 

3269 

23*9 

2735 

1796 

2054 

831 

1918 

1283 

1581 

1752 

1444 

3134 

1338 

951 

2246 


-Coi 

, 1 

Pie 

R. 

4001 

854 
1759 

560 
1274 
2292 

549 
3239 
3536 
1147 

649 
2335 
1089 

601 

711 
1526 

899 
2091 

765 
3565 
1614 

873 
1168 
1174 
4207 
2598 
2147 

709 
2546 

516 
2306 
1244 

937 

774 
2905 
3343 

859 
3969 
1280 

189749 

)IAN 

53- 


itinuec 
864 — , 
sident. 

I). 
25*2 
1075 
1100 
1527 
1969 
2354 

829 
1142 
3789 

718 

529 
2857 

333 

534 

428 
1627 

9*7 
1542 

818 
3945 
1106 

910 
2297 

613 
2726 
192* 
2307 
1815 
1639 

679 
1714 
1207 
1147 
1336 
1033 
2792 
1121 

705 
1685 


, 1866 > 

Congress. 

R. D. 
4743 2566 
1043 1063 
2220 1291 

674 1488 
1790 2133 
2486 2578 

713 887 
2882 9*9 
3837 3616 
1404 806 

872 544 
2713 2968 
1093 525 

564 503 

687 344 
1756 1809 
1237 1180 
2631 1481 

942 988 
4073 4154 
1382 1614 
1034 1030 
1488 2142 
1292 585 
4551 2611 
2567 1767 
2312 2395 

819 1600 
2766 1072 

689 736 
2682 1736 
1662 1103 
1307 1271 

988 1486 
2998 816 
3444 2479 
124-5 1197 
3375 407 
1552 1688 




pen 






R. 

3547 

962 

1808 

845 

1099 

2312 

618 

3184 

3539 

649 

782 

2553 

127 

220 

751 

1382 

777 

20*8 

100 

3556 

956 

832 

971 

1164 

3682 

2670 

2348 

157 

2251 

597 

2208 

793 

620 

756 

2713 

3219 

173 

39*4 

1238 


Presic 
Doug 
2567 
1035 
1193 
1401 
1743 
2419 

707 
1315 
3738 
1101 

599 
3016 
1202 

560 

366 
1815 
1022 
1478 
1338 
3598 
1559 
1131 
2088 

659 
3014 
1787 
2168 

996 
1577 

710 
1672 
1565 
1645 
1544 
1110 
2515 
1835 

817 
1419 

160215 

>4 > 

nor. 
D. 

1218 
4610 
2102 

287 

509 
1691 

823 
1591 
2093 
2072 
1514 
1513 

735 
1252 
2354 
1485 
1465 

707 
1506 
1964 

834 
2017 
1*23 
2283 
1096 
14*5 
1278 
1468 
10*0 
1394 
1*09 
1035 


ent, 

U. Br'k. 
58 7 
66 11 
35 3 
17 .... 

149 20 
94 14 
12 .... 
40 16 
40 51 

138 1 
51 .... 
39 37 
83 1 
45 110 
64 
72 8 

22 6 
34 12 

113 15 
130 77 

15 8 
5 5 

60 .... 

23 .... 
147 23 

4 12 
26 3 
58 819 

4 7 
22 1 
17 14 
58 .... 
48 5 

38 5 
17 8 
12 12 

166' 40 
3 10 

39 10 

4913 2404 

1860 , 

President. 
Linc.Olli'rs 

632 920 1 
2252 3208 i 
1769 1946 ! 

375 249 

275 457 
1690 1(537 

301 766 
1590 1465 
1874 1891 
1369 2403 

*99 1414 
1454 1404 

788 894 

931 1411 
2127 2593 
2023 1659 
1500 13(55 
1933 1137 

301 1369 
2471 1966 
1343 965 
1151 2304 
1656 1635 
1695 2330 
1019 1019 
1298 1686 
1668 1302 
1420 1540 
2195 1216 
1201 1399 
1593 1901 
2050 1363 






1066 






2078 






966 






2173 






2663 






857 




Ogle 


36H6 






4212 






15*1 






1265 




Pike 








1151 




Pulaski 


534 






765 






1943 






1337 






2835 




Saline 


1042 






4411 






1341 






1135 




Shelby 

St. Clair 


1394 

4814 






3233 






........ 2728 






956 






3285 






764 






2808 






1862 

1525 






1076 






3569 




Will 


4222 






1416 






4567 




Woodford 


1862 




COUNTIES. 






250293 

i 

Pres 
R. 
687 


199143 

INI 

is 

ident. 

1). 

1393 

5604 

2510 

421 

673 
2324 
1080 
1812 
2673 
3082 
18.56 
1764 

982 
1732 
2924 
1*93 
1726 
1011 
1986 
2706 
1131 
2716 
2059 
2796 
1119 
1324 
1600 
1653 
1278 
1682 
2210 
1462 


158730 

r A. 


203045 14705S 

, 1866 , 

Sec'y State. 

R. D. 

635 1273 
2841 4929 
2144 2374 

513 376 

527 607 
2408 2169 

423 1025 
1820 1*04 
2221 2597 
1*70 2644 
1432 1643 
1706 170* 

947 976 
1529 1555 
2251 2!M5 
2339 1944 
1830 1721 ' 
2307 805 

441 1)179 
9690 2337 
1395 988 
1HC5 8386 
1899 2007 
1538 2517 
1270 1336 
1716 1737 
1*37 I860 
1758 1676 
3157 1329 
1315 1471 
1746 2021 
2907 1250 


172.161 

■ 18( 

Gove 

K. 

491 
2251 
1780 

3*0 

364 
2083 

368 
1495 
1875 
1745 
1293 
1473 

785 
1257 
2151 
2017 ' 
156;} 
2330 

322 
2307 
1348 
1733 
1606 
1453 
1010 
1324 
1624 
1277 
2970 
1370 
1436 
2614 




Governor. 
U. 0. 

647 1399 
2836 5515 
2007 2599 

526 430 

572 678 
2578 2405 

427 1084 
1831 1848 
2358 2737 
1853 3144 
1690 1960 
1802 1810 

983 1012 
1625 1752 
2183 3072 
2325 1986 

1705 17ti8 
2(547 1117 

479 1906 
2894 2729 
1473 1178 
1545 2717 
1811 2045 
1516 2823 
121)8 1436 
19HI 1>67 
2646 1607 
1995 1965 
2958 1413 
1401 1741 

1706 2213 
2853 1500 




Allen 


3047 






2010 






542 






544 






2550 






458 






1794 






2376 






1870 




Clay 


1708 






1794 






970 






1682 






2255 






2262 




De Kalb 


1750 






2699 










Elkbart 


2962 










Floyd 


1537 






1795 






15(13 




Fulton 


1245 






1941 






2086 






1*02 






3242 






1414 






1735 






2973 











EVENING- JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1869. 






41 


COUNTIES. 


Pres 
K. 

2017 


1868 1 

dent. Governor. 

D. It. D. 
1412 3373 1516 
1131 1988 1183 
1984 2079 2064 
2337 1388 2538 

393 753 411 
1441 1543 1494 
2287 27(17 8390 
1449 1812 1473 
2149 1671 2155 
2417 1737 8864 
2119 2608 1905 
1076 1865 101*3 

759 1394 850 
8876 8880 28(11 
1469 1752 1529 
2744 1932 2778 
5688 6.569 6894 
2381 1914 2395 
1202 837 llx-2 
2271 2154 2352 

1369 1484 1402 
2656 2613 2692 
1460 2000 1539 

412 565 395 

2090 2362 2164 

465 599 492 

1370 1288 1379 
1896 1409 1953 
1349 2524 13(54 
1444 1306 1540 
1369 1387 1380 
1264 1794 1342 
2054 1889 2157 

928 6b2 912 
2493 2165 2521 
1415 2999 1506 
2042 2064 2235 
1933 2123 2019 

912 6*5 911 
2592 2097 2657 
1850 1943 1872 

353 308 370 

830 1766 823 
2249 2920 2229 
2457 1269 2443 
1209 1429 1258 
3174 3827 3410 
1268 971 12! (6 

658 899 682 
3148 3272 3327 

806 1214 804 
30J»5 3323 3157 
1547 2829 1591 

842 1463 852 
1863 1562 1888 
2038 1603 2015 
2480 4284 2080 
1465 1047 1467 

110 1104 1098 
1622 1334 1639 


, 186f , 

Sec'y State. 
It. D. 
2774 1203 
1968 1166 
1*90 2003 
1490 2521 
756 361 
1430 1320 
2926 2270 
1936 1386 
1618 1H99 
174J! 20.51 
8668 2052 
1793 921 

14.52 674 
2974 2(561 
1811 1427 
1787 2271 
6779 5(110 
1*48 8308 

825 1140 
3QP9 2084 
1685 1381 
2573 8565 

20.53 1457 
477 342 

2494 1896 
628 481 
1233 1260 
1441 1629 
2274 1203 
1444 1392 
1239 1184 
1762 1257 
1893 1794 
632 823 
2384 2388 
2593 1 18-3 
2187 2087 
2130 1935 
749 837 
2133 2466 
1990 1796 
894 316 
1819 762 
2739 1928 
1243 2214 
1495 1125 
3460 3210 
935 1181 
883 (540 
2919 2717 
1197 710 
3186 2867 
2967 1376 
1450 916 
1575 1662 
1737 2020 
4:3!*) 210;) 
1091 1423 
1191 1163 
1327 1534 


, 1864 , , 

Governor. 
It. D. I 
3008 1123 
1760 897 
1665 1U25 
1257 1753 

599 278 
1138 1128 
28^0 1815 
1828 1162 
1748 1560 
13(58 17(13 
2217 1809 
1625 712 
1284 477 
2772 2247 
1463 11*3 
1668 2063 
9654 3221 
1389 1*05 

615 872 
1916 1759 
1224 1220 
2102 2i38 
18.53 1309 

349 368 
2077 1463 

605 402 

874 1025 
1091 1544 
2115 1219 
1144 1081 
933 957 
1448 ia30 
14:53 1553 

545 699 
2088 2110 
2443 1177 
2931 1714 
1944 1H72 

624 736 
1*04 23(55 
1577 1408 

224 2*3 
1(1(54 551 
1632 2183 

754 2187 
1530 812 
3392 2669 

800 965 

827 598 
2649 2349 
10 9 703 
2*72 2211 
2409 1307 
1351 742 
1336 1442 
1333 1840 
4651 1777 

870 1248 

973 923 
1125 1311 


— 1860 , 

President, 
inc. Oth'rs. 
2926 1312 
15*9 92i> 
1582 14(18 
1185 1893 

534 302 
1135 1095 
2(161 1861 
1649 1193 
1308 1788 
1570 1747 
22K) 1512 
16! (5 775 
1225 475 
3167 2009 
1158 1520 
1709 1947 
5024 3732 ■ 
1426 1499 

516 833 
5 1634 
1198 1275 
2167 2525 
1755 1688 

305 234 
1742 1363 

301 712 

849 13741 
1110 1499 
1898 1469 
1026 1113 

894 979 
1.529 925 
1055 1819 

571 674 
1*83 2211 
229* 1246 
1988 1669 
1757 1639 

660 761 
l'.KX) 2115 
12^6 145.5 

190 247 
1560 637 
23H3 1517 

856 2041 

734 14*5 
34*0 2427 

780 846 

849 691 
1875 2029 
1090 885 
2429 23-2 
2287 1241 
1412 817 

745 1(585 
1378 2067 
4234 2047 

909 1103 

993 887 
1133 1104 




. . . . 1430 








1551 




. . . . 2x69 


Jennings ... i 


1838 




ltJ96 




.... 1853 




2661 




.... 1945 


Lake 


.... 1539 




3064 




1781 




. ... 19(56 




. . . . 7008 


M arshall 


.... 1921 




894 




.... 2193 




.... 1496 


Montgomery 


. . . . 2628 


Morgan 


. . . . 2047 


Newton 


608 


Noble 


.... 2421 


Ohio 






.... 1264 


Owen 


.... 1383 


Parke 


. . . . 2362 


Hike 


. . . 1426 


Porter 


. . . 1892 




.... 1938 




642 
.... 2145 




, . 3103 
2099 


Rush 


.... 2115 


Scott 


693 


Shelby 


. . . . 2069 




.... 1982 




.. 312 

, . 1881 

.... 1294 




. ... 1466 




. . . . 3925 




. . . . 1020 




.... 915 




.... 1263 




. . . . 3390 




. . . . 2940 




.... 1527 




.... 1573 




.... 5018 


Wells 


.... 1094 


White 


.... 1173 




. . . . 1372 


COUNTIES. 




176552 1 

■ 1 

Pre 

11. 

313 


66980 1 

868 > 

sident. 

D. 

113 

166 

1403 

1256 

101 

1172 

841 

995 

538 

926 

4 

424 

67 


71575 170614 169601 155399 1520S4 131201 139040 133225 

IOWA. 

, — 1864 > , — 1887 . . — 1866 ( , 1860 > 

President. Judge. Secy' State. President. 

Un. D. R. D. R. I). Lin. Doug. 

141 60 237. 108 1*6 100 42 44 

225 76 310 135 250 116 161 92 

1337 1363 1213 1311 1211 1242 1185 1151 

1089 934 1345 1164 1304 1000 853 1224 

31 56 79 92 77 78 48 59 

1334 564 1510 762 1543 605 1028 724 

1761 434 1405 612 1H96 514 1122 557 

477 468 10*2 376 852 661 365 446 

847 259 999 483 1059 344 543 554 

587 '611 1395 825 1300 705 962 621 

696327366 

665 243 513 307 673 238 483 246 

16 24 83 51 54 40 19 20 




427 




1543 




1519 




101 




2587 




25*0 
13(52 




1470 




1872 




57 


Hotter 


1118 




104 









1 

42 


EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC 


, 1869. 










K 

, — 1 

Pies 

COUNTIES. H. 


)\VA- 

368 — > 

ident. 

I). 

82 

248 

1381 

73 

15 

520 

426 

4 

1952 

2292 

138 

590 

1410 

1018 

1021 

1958 

10 

4091 

28 

1051 

400 

78 

1082 

231 

75 

412 

167 

24 

535 

732 

1044 

380 

80 

5 

1164 

2117 

1232 

1309 

2050 

1277 

1503 

30 

3191 

1642 

761 

683 

'914 
1511 
21*2 
611 
551 
293 

'913 

225 

1576 

1 

'474 

62 

23 

19 

1694 

1042 

791 

257 

45 

1763 

129 

5 

423 

805 

32 '» 

352 

1606 

1821 

933 

1323 


- Continued. 

, — 1864 — , 

President 

Un. D. 

40 33 

223 128 

1828 839 

254 14 

8 1 

684 310 

775 208 

24 11 

2504 1674 

2377 1413 

53 13 

739 345 

1287 971 

817 584 

1580 634 

2413 1539 

4 1 

2223 3375 

42 .... 

1691 86.3 

647 190 

271 63 

644 453 

183 ItS 

217 19 

371 297 

299 81 

39 20 

921 307 

401 31 

2576 C7 

467 257 

78 32 

10 .... 

927 702 

1953 1673 

1518 775 

1759 966 

1917 1447 

1839 958 

1461 996 

75 14 

3136 2283 

2755 1087 

1640 560 

729 396 

'855 '587 

3232 9ti5 

1970 1553 

1799 367 

615 237 

642 108 

12(5 88 

1027 592 

169 91 

2236 1317 

5 5 

'597 'in 
33 44 

19 .... 

38 8 

1816 1147 

58 364 

947 461 

405 76 

51 22 

285t 1408 

78 80 

1 3 

630 317 

1027 388 

509 146 

214 181 

18-5 1067 

1761 1275 

1457 622 

1942 951 


, 1867 , 

Judge. 

R. D. 

113 46 

305 190 

1837 1033 

344 52 

40 14 

753 331 

740 326 

61 6 

2553 1769 

2133 16<i2 

134 119 

820 446 

l:;26 1221 

863 876 

1508 890 

2173 1880 

102 4 

1940 3340 

112 1900 

2101 965 

773 292 

397 5 

799 859 

303 214 

277 7 

455 399 

465 120 

64 24 

1073 399 

694 588 

2349 860 

616 337 

248 71 

15 1 

1189 992 

1730 1859 

1814 081 

1790 1311 

1928 .... 

1753 1193 

1472 1312 

217 13 

2587 3078 

2631 1169 

1344 693 

788 663 

1185 '744 
2064 1340 
2064 1975 
1388 . . 

634 516 

717 .... 

268 134 
1096 753 

261 ls9 

2071 1463 

6 3 

" ! ! '399 

39 56 

50 5 

82 18 

2162 1659 

816 942 

1049 551 

436 204 

111 34 

1846 1737 

107 109 

'769 '460 
938 413 
540 228 
Wi\ 301 
1881 1515 
1837 1790 
1320 670 
le24 1024 


, — 1866 — ; 

Sec'y State, 

II. D. 

86 41 

239 160 

2071 923 

301 48 

23 8 

748 335 

748 311 

74 16 
1637 1543 
2441 1223 

75 105 
849 410 

1402 1124 
779 825 

1663 768 

2343 1879 
91 1 

2086 3117 
93 16 

1620 826 
842 251 
345 53 
666 809 
269 107 
263 13 
429 369 
396 99 
71 16 

11(14 433 
593 502 

2535 746 

435 221 

191 45 

12 S 

1141 903 

1811 1753 
1683 766 

1812 1173 
1839 14S3 
1923 1008 
1581 1268 

149 5 
2825 2771 
2794 1219 
1523 682 

734 538 

1192 '623 

2240 1279 

2028 1795 

1261 353 

571 485 

747 179 

216 123 

1(>45 737 

216 147 

2216 14 39 

4 5 

'o6l '352 

"32 *"i 

63 8 
2177 1428 

703 640 
1015 446 
411 122 

64 34 
3157 1327 

93 97 

*723 '305 
1042 426 
530 209 
307 198 
1913 1332 
1945 1630 
1334 665 
2032 930 


, — 1860 — v 

President. 

Lin. Uou. 

25 26 

167 136 

1548 963 

157 59 

10 3 

550 306 

592 445 

8 13 

2089 1574 

1974 1450 

47 31 

612 443 

843 1424 

680 898 

1268 789 

1997 1677 

46 7 

2092 3059 

36 

1529 835 

560 201 

228 69 

402 516 

121 145 

141 19 

326 301 

224 100 

29 40 

713 382 

3*5 357 

2143 10H6 

386 273 

55 8 

4 6 

782 682 

1574 1405 

1208 650 

14<53 1245 

1>04 1448 

1453 11W7 

1330 1195 

64 18 

2617 2632 

2226 1989 

13(19 739 

5«6 4Nj 

'737 '764 

1639 1332 

1508 1607 

854 404 

441 327 

594 172 

109 89 

879 749 

152 81 

1840 1285 

8 10 

*4c*9 '290 

4 29 

32 6 

21 10 

1303 1074 

413 410 

721 4*4 

343 182 

15 39 

2739 1377 

100 64 

3 10 

418 333 

775 413 

353 248 

198 208 

1H»»7 1552 

13!»9 1086 

1552 795 

1724 1037 






420 






2470 






441 




Cherokee, 

Chickasaw, 


64 

996 

1062 




Clay 


../. 76 






2783 






S283 






1-3 




Dallas 


1254 






1520 






1024 






2034 






2572 






121 






2633 






136 






2124 




Floyd 


1233 






516 






977 






423 






530 






547 






633 




Hardin, 


89 

1586 

932 

2802 




Howard, 


674 






271 






23 

2040 






2799 






1*3 






2221 






2410 






1938 






332 






3(Ki0 






3630 












1506 




Mahaska, 


2646 

2339 




Mills, 


842 




Mitchell, 


1177 






37° 






12!"0 












2539 




O'Brien, 


10 






936 




Palo Alto, 


42 






95 






93 




Polk 


2913 






1121 

519 






132 




Scott, 


,.. 3012 




Shelby 


153 






6 






1058 






1832 






717 






4*8 










Wapello, 


2119 






2314 











EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 18G9. 



43 



COUNTIES. 


. — 1 
Pre 
It. 
.... 1031 


868 , 

sident. 

1). 

739 

549 

16 

1093 

323 

4! 

6! 


,—1864 — . 
President 

l ii. 1). 

647 461 
385 3.17 

42 14 

1715 868 

232 96 

132 37 

98 42 


, 181 

Ju.l 
K. 
h;\\ 
598 
147 

isro 

2.54 

180 

191 


7 > 

Re. 

1). 

610 

480 

1 

528 

Kg 

36 

62 


,— 1843d , 

s'ee'y slate. 
It. I>. 
772 535 
560 471 
B9 1 
16i 3 729 

180 171 

181 31 
183 .... 


, 1*60 , 

President. 
Lin. b-.u. 






2-53 207 


\\ inneshiek, 


. . . . 23(H) 
430 


21 21 

18*2 780 

129 117 


Worth, 


2.5! t 


109 30 






Wi 20 









120399 74010 87331 49260 90788 58880 91227 5-5815 70409 55111 

KANSAS. 



COUNTIES. 
Allen 


Presl 

It. 

693 


dent. 
1). 

200 
130 
931 
486 
178 
98 
71 

"21 

11 

8K1 

265 
256 

98 
721 
600 
171 
135 
319 

98 
313 
724 
723 
166 
9330 
415 
110 

47 
928 
557 
172 
272 
409 

83 

'300 
3 
130 
117 
450 

"ii 

52 

192 

81 

623 


18tW 

Governor, 

It. 1). 
8*4 2o» 
3.50 

1899 1012 
1 188 489 
6*1 1*6 
135 93 
170 .... 
700 .... 
173 22 
100 11 
680 269 
250 .... 

:;•* 239 

200 U9 

1547 743 

2398 831 

48 135 

i065 "890 
342 102 
536 832 

1247 749 

1478 732 
615 168 

2ii57 9348 

12*9 438 

937 115 

10 . .. 

497 238 

1272 570 
155 172 
579 287 
706 410 
421 83 
200 .... 
597 315 
62 3 
570 120 
350 115 

1540 453 

'140 "42 
909 50 

200 .... 
2*4 81 
567 624 


Congress, 

it. I>. 
889 214 

888 ... 

1 288 985 

1417 .507 

889 HI 
188 90 

165 

7(M) .... 
172 28 

99 10 
624 270 
250 .... 
885 260 
200 «• 
15.56 72) 
2191 671 
51 142 

i030 '327 
340 102 
5)3 321 

1244 738 

1447 733 
613 171 

2018 2353 

1291 426 

998 118 

10 .... 

51 iy 241 

1230 572 
149 173 
584 989 
679 420 
413 84 
200 .... 
598 315 
62 3 
540 150 
348 116 

1272 461 

* 140 "42 
989 54 

200 .... 
264 81 

560 633 


r- 186T — , 
Governor. 
It. D. 
407 168 
M -56 
1129 808 
889 401 
452 88 
61 27 

fas 31 

279 49 

102 4 

402 228 

'341 '266 

101 93 

1233 366 

1729 459 

747 "ii2 

168 4 
371 149 
829 423 
846 404 

i9)4 2247 
781 l*o 
647 61 

41 14 
560 33 
778 362 
113 133 
384 177 
2ii6 61 
272 46 

92 .... 
389 162 

"389 ""24 
210 37 
886 200 
48 .... 
2 15 23 
115 .... 
157 53 
117 53 
BM 458 


^11 
Pres 

It. 
2.50 
2.56 
7:i5 
9i.0 
889 

89 

79 

'307 

'i.53 

42 

10>l 

'896 

106 
31 if) 
8-55 
437 

2139 

6>9 
487 

'260 

614 

70 

341 

M67 

'213 

220 

'573 

'l63 
93 

"*i7 
90S 

UflO 


X'A — , 
dent. 

1). 

73 




612 


37 




... 1297 


37M 




1413 


126 




691 


3 


Butler 


135 


19 




243 


47 








Clay 


175 




Cloud 


mo 




Coffey 


637 


124 




194 


65 
20 


Doniphan 


... 1549 


19 




2)34 


194 


Ellis 


68 






159 






... 1038 


23 




341 
553 


16 

76 




. .. 1268 


17* 




11*7 


105 




617 






... 2ii7l 


1371 




... 1310 


82 




918 


69 




52 






... 1250 


59 
80 






9S 




708 


30 




422 


27 


Ottawa 


136 




Pottawattomie 


613 


35 




62 






587 


50 


Saline 


348 






... 1351 






333 






909 






368 






263 
569 


35 

19. 















30028 13620 29607 12999 28898 13166 19370 8151 15691 3691 



-lvs 



COUNTIES. 

Adair, 

Allen 

Anderson,.... 

Ballard 

Darren, 

Rath 

Boone 

Bourbon, 

Boyd,, 

Boyle, 

Bracken, ....'. 
Breathitt 



President. Governor, 



It. 
261 
271 
116 
106 
390 
497 
256 
184 
434 
154 
507 
223 



l>. 
6.56 
849 

803 
1345 
14-5 

1025 
151 13 
1372 
513 
913 
1210 
440 



It. 

lai 

89 

58 
65 
117 
833 
1.50 
104 
38D 
99 
139 
242 



KENTUCKY. 

— , , IMS 

Governor. 



I). 

696 

659 

745 

1480 

1833 

1H72 

1335 

1329 

6.54 

c62 

847 

463 



R. 

324 

93 

109 

69 

984 

644 

147 

97 

406 

133 

220 

21S 



l>. 
550 

52i ; 

736 
1130 
1864 

11 126 
1411 
10- 1 
575 
707 
901 
419 



In.l. 

323 

400 

36 

8 

78 

28 
59 
16 
63 



, — 1864- 
Presulenf. 



-1860- 



l'n. 

69 

29 

84 

351 

55 

132 

200 

874 

202 

129 

268 



I). 

627 
547 
"72 
541 
737 
451 
1063 
850 
493 



President. 

Line. Dou. Br'k, 

1 355 348 

.... 404 22!i 

182 670 

271 452 

492 289 

143 

228 

*29 

115 

52 

246 

1 



739 
755 
191 
331 
614 
459 



Bell. 
403 
507 
2v6 

481 
1086 
694 
881 
906 
488 
697 
881 
113 



44 




EVENING 


JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1869. 


















KENTUCKY 


— Cont 


inued. 
















, — 


1868 






-1867— 




, 1864 , 




— 1860 






President. 


Governor. 


Governo 


r. 


President. 


President. 




COUNTIES. 


It. 


I). 


It. 


U. 


R. 


1). 


Ind. 


Un. 


D. 


Line. 


Dou. 


Br'k. 


Bell. 


Brecfcenridge, 


408 


1160 


178 


1445 


429 


1079 


130 


42 


995 


3 


382 


281 


956 


Bullitt, , ...» 


45 


972 


15 


831 


4 


524 


113 


14 


624 


2 


444 


96 


451 




563 


469 


540 


470 


634 


439 


47 


99 


414 


5 


321 


119 


500 


1 Caldwell. 


300 


822 


96 


744 


249 


776 


38 


294 


351 


3 


48 


613 


446 


Calloway 


89 


10W 


40 


1275 


106 


1094 


27 








113 


904 


274 




1701 


1*94 


1069 


2026 


1126 


1031 




i504 


1286 


314 


960 


520 


854 




3M 


984 


23 


777 


16 


696 


i2 


82 


324 




70 


572 


436 


I Carter 


642 


5150 


634 


715 


776 


583 


7 


367 


345 


'l 


146 


616 


301 


1 Casey, 


207 


461 


121 


529 


439 


429 


123 


127 


507 


8 


202 


176 


541 


Christian 


484 


1456 


318 


1501 


3*3 


1060 


154 


376 


636 


1 


467 


411 


954 




227 


1075 


111 


927 


179 


850 


Uo 


130 


690 


1 


60 


391 


959 


Clay 


681 


445 


517 


487 


413 


288 


223 


312 


186 


4 


108 


353 


341 




155 


290 


118 


312 


175 


104 


198 


3 


215 


3 


255 


192 


261 


Crittenden. .. 


533 


693 


418 


6(55 


0(55 


5*7 


82 


424 


252 


1 


67 


630 


553 


Cumberland, . 


108 


526 


44 


5140 


173 


443 


120 


33 


302 


7 


192 


82 


584 


Daviess, 


218 


2415 


60 


2475 


147 


1618 


150 


37 


1124 


7 


530 


654 


1074 


Edmondson, . 


155 


345 


44 


301 


178 


295 


80 


48 


215 


15 


137 


179 


185 




650 


641 


6«0 


695 


643 


461 


47 


470 


303 


56 


19 


512 


433 


Fayette, 


575 


2016 


358 


1749 


541 


1607 


190 


1882 


496 


5 


99 


1051 


1411 


Fleming, 


855 


1178 


798 


1263 


837 


11*4 


80 


357 


701 


2 


100 


827 


907 


Floyd 


112 

274 


463 
1390 


127 

183 


753 
1405 


209 
224 


781 
1370 


'2i<3 


"253 


'689 




"37 


609 
907 


64 

790 




Fulton, , 


6 


749 


1 


849 


6 


650 


• . . 


86 


61 


.... 


107 


307 


300 


Gallatin 


100 


571 


32 


439 


46 


512 


14 


109 


391 




34 


420 


3*3 


Garrard 


384 


807 


297 


983 


299 


643 


57 


467 


460 


'2i 


145 


195 


730 


Grant 


573 
449 


933 
1830 


455 
296 


954 
1834 


389 
444 


793 
1431 


10 
47 


220 
642 


372 
769 


.... 


112 
140 


799 
1225 


677 
660 






416 


816 


101 


672 


312 


767 


252 


114 


716 


"*8 


219 


387 


497 




147 


576 


61 


694 


26 


592 


421 




591 


2 


188 


367 


420 


Greenup, 


742 


556 


774 


753 


703 


642 


12 


'596 


431 


4 


89 


350 


795 


Hancock, 


105 


719 


16 


691 


44 


760 


57 


13 


366 


3 


65 


427 


397 




200 


1722 


104 


1711 


205 


1352 


99 


83 


1010 


6 


912 


144 


1029 


Harlan, 


476 


96 


452 


113 


423 


75 


1 


287 


51 


2 


4 


264 


329 




458 


1593 


193 


1404 


179 


1331 


26 


256 


820 




98 


1272 


960 


Mart 


242 


12(11 


90 


1238 


90 


860 


756 


40 


1051 


"'i 


751 


153 


535 


Henderson. .. 


88 


1807 


36 


1511 


50 


1098 


10 


30 


949 


5 


211 


498 


846 


Henry 


157 


1403 


54 


1736 


26 


1044 


3*3 


111 


1168 


2 


390 


773 


672 


Hickman, 


41 


987 


22 


1047 


45 


885 


3 


289 


223 


1 


66 


618 


284 




340 


1266 


123 


1130 


253 


946 


9 


47 


492 


2 


171 


666 


731 • 


Jackson, 


5U2 


111 


433 


113 


511 


19 


14 


345 


29 


101 


13 


136 


140 


.Jefferson 


1481 


11072 


487 


10303 


570 


5422 


887 


2066 


6404 


106 


3441 


1122 


4396 


Jessamine, ,. 


172 


745 


149 


784 


127 


626 


59 


195 


612 


3 


37 


5-59 


603 


.lolinson, 


531 


274 


535 


367 


560 


284 


6 


.... 






26 


618 


22 


Josh Bell, .... 


359 


93 


346 


87 


433 


52 








, 










1653 


2732 


1(174 


2625 


876 


2011 


"ih 


if 16 


1374 


267 


isi2 


'650 


i327 




820 


392 


656 


337 


759 


124 


9 


629 


197 


11 


76 


211 


579 


Larue, 


113 


757 


45 


701 


64 


461 


188 


17 


700 


3 


450 


32 


401 




714 


474 


658 


382 


670 


199 


404 


444 


188 


10 


8 


370 


3*5 




368 


6:t3 


308 


7*8 


528 


874 


145 


191 


380 




10 


515 


433 




271 


278 


260 


284 


274 


227 


7 








1 


281 


91 


Lewis 


983 
116 


799 
1013 


896 
23 


856 
1464 


962 
109 


744 
745 


"is 


'645 
109 


*39i 
801 


"31 
4 


73 
72 


501 
380 


506 
743 


Lincoln 


Livingston,. . . 


76 


K1U 


15 


802 


68 


619 


150 


246 


217 


m 


96 


350 


460 


Logan 


307 


1910 


130 


1904 


148 


1574 


3 


220 


503 


' 3 


342 


169 


1490 




HI 


441 


26 


449 


104 


448 


116 


69 


105 




11 


431 


304 




819 


1650 


337 


1306 


614 


1258 


26 


800 


700 


"26 


247 


799 


1305 


MtutofBn 


m 


233 


277 


322 


325 


322 


112 


23 


79 


8 


2*0 


244 


71U 




205 


14(10 


107 


1553 


73 


1034 


3 


23 


1119 




162 


132 


2-12 


Marshall, 


117 


970 


76 


9*9 


117 


904 


669 


149 


147 


"85 


56 


914 


1638 




631 


1863 


404 


1^56 


411 


1711 


6 


363 


1197 




4 


311 


173 ! 


McCracken, . 


241 


1146 


146 


1323 


139 


817 


127 


515 


323 


• > . • 


904 


281 


475 1 


McL-an 


150 


7;si 


5(> 


729 


23 


529 


34 


62 


504 


• ■ • • 


107 


797 


176 I 




50 


1099 


15 


1113 


18 


922 


329 


3 


630 


1 


305 


152 


664 ! 




826 


1164 


206 


1415 


196 


840 


48 


271 


627 


2 


224 


9H2 


(508 i 


Metcalfe 


906 


474 


49 


573 


119 


461 


133 


24 


505 


3 


237 


34 


527 ! 




,").")ii 


4:tl 


293 


358 


619 


359 


330 


*4 


B96 


3 


112 


324 


494 j 


MniilKfimeo',. 


J 36 


872 


88 


841 


158 


746 


13 


401 


813 


• • • • 


49 


4*9 


540 


Morgan 


201 


719 


222 


879 


223 


745 


109 




69 


. 


.... 


776 




Muhlenburg, . 


490 


1864 


494 


947 


45 1 


757 


6 


'225 


597 


4 


557 


51 


741 ! 


Nelson 


21 


685 


5 


1511 


12 


1151 


20 


17 


8(58 


m „ 


641 


335 


609 | 


Nicholas 


816 


993 


252 


974 


345 


895 


133 


244 


598 


1 


26 


988 


690 


Ohio 


683 
53 


1208 
894 


2:! 4 
60 


1190 
920 


554 
6 


853 
690 


96 

100 


367 
31 


765 
538 


3 
2 


5*2 
263 


202 
999 


677 

372 






*2 


2IH8 


17 


2248 


72 


1870 


107 


• • . . 




• • ■ . 


43 


1760 


539 




657 


251 


526 


113 


6113 


82 


25 


348 


"96 


1 


5 


370 


330 


Pendleton, . .. 


759 


1910 


631 


1176 


514 


1033 


116 


629 


688 


2 


231 


807 


758 




317 
219 
134 


195 
438 
908 


317 
984 

178 


1*7 
599 
257 


366 
381 
133 


153 
650 
156 


2 

12 

23 


"27 


"lti 


i 


3 
1 
4 


21'3 
726 
184 


128 

73 

161 


Pike 





EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 18G9. 



COUNTIES. R. 

Pulaski, 1571 

Robertson,... 213 

Rockcastle, .. 516 

Rowan, 254 

Russell 222 

Scott, 168 

Shelby, 89 

Simpson 90 

Spencer 14 

Taylor 44 

Tod.) 1§B 

Trteg uw 

Trimble 33 

Union 118 

Warren, 326 

Washington, . 399 

Wayne 412 

Webster, 201 

Whitley, 940 

Woodford, ... 71 

W r olfe 180 



, 1868 — , 

President. Governor, 



1). R. 

1200 1153 



619 

611 

196 

423 

1530 

1751 

806 

709 

641 

947 

1199 

870 

1658 

1811 

1037 

m 

1H37 
881 

969 
346 



89 

384 

282 

Ml 

42 

60 

17 

3 

8 

69 

42 

8 

66 

50 

273 

111 

91 

699 

28 

155 



1). 
944 
486 
660 

180 

.oil 

1888 

1602 

916 

861 

600 

1(140 

1288 

X*4 

1493 

IMS 

948 

607 

814 

219 

BH8 

336 



1740 

90 

608 

274 

367 

94 



— 1867 — 

Governor. 

R. 1>. Ind 

4! «J 

621 

346 

158 

3»i0 
1301 
1207 

680 

475 

888 

b97 
11121 

710 
1341 
1211 

800 

553 

880 
t;ii 

7H7 

457 



36 
3 
I 

160 

34 

3 

147 

117 

223 

354 

337 

915 

37 

2!'l 



BOO 

12 

105 

2 

97 

8.5 
366 

25 

96 
442 

XI 
123 

20 

6 

310 

125 
2 

59 
73 

1 



, 1*64 , 

President. 

U. I> 

1059 615 



428 
49 
16 
87 
18 
6 
1 
30 

105 
42 
13 
06 

168 
73 
HO 
77 

731 
28 



259 
23 
459 

.v.; 
V i) 

430 

B61 
460 

452 
BOB 

618 

llll 
810 
515 
811 

71 
564 



President. 

Line. Don. IVk. Hell 
55 ;.6 1098 >77 



C4 



9 

28 

48 



]!'l 
3<»4 
457 
147 
177 

Ml 

4M 
616 
610 

7 

i;6 

14 
16 



257 
1*9 

2-9 



44 1176 
988 BM 



JIM 

94 
Id 
274 
646 
EMI 
464 
1-2 
290 
H06 
575 
BIB 
517 



374 
151 

427 
7 i 
1176 
■I H 
311 
:;I2 
IH2 

258 
'51 
1126 

5 
t;t.:; 
: ■', 

sm 

*33 

109 



395G6 115889 26610 115500 33939 90225 13167 26509 61478 1864 25651 53143 6 a 58 



PARISHES. 

Ascension 

Assumption 

Avoyelles* 

Baton Rouee. E 

Baton Rouse, W 

Bienville 

Bossier 

Caddo 

Calcasieu 

Caldwell 

Carroll 

Catahoula 

Claiborne 

Concordia 

De Soto 

Feliciana, E 

Feliciana, W 

Franklin* 

Iberville 

Jackson* 

Jefferson* 

Lafayette 

Lafourche 

Livingston 

Madison 

Morehouse 

Natchitoches 

Orleans* 

Ouachita 

Plaquemine 

Point Coupee 

Rapides 

Sabine* 

St. Bernard* 

St. Charles 

St. Helena 

St. James 

St. John Baptist* 

St. Laundry 

St. Martins* 

St. Mary's 

St. Tammany 

Tensas 

Terrebonne* 

Union 

Vermillion 

Washington" 

Winn 



LOUISIANA. 

, 1888 > 

President. 



R. 

1491 

1887 

520 

1217 

585 

1 

1 

1 

| 

28 

1399 

150 

2 

1554 

'644 
1136 

2088 

'782 

ion 

149 

1453 

1 

1915 

1178 

839 

1329 

1553 

2176 

2 

1 

1375 

136 

2161 

1274 



1142 

470 

1018 

1511 

1 



4J 



D. 
1183 

1375 

1345 

1350 

433 

1385 

1635 

2895 

X14 

503 

7n> 

809 

2059 

201 

1260 

1411 

645 

1213 

704 

1398 

0.»O 

1422 

1776 

670 

163 

1525 

1375 

24668 

1101 

273 

S96 

1623 

9:14 

473 

261 

1W4 

775 

556 

4557 

1456 

1819 

704 

3<S 

1298 

1416 

058 

656. 

710 



Bell. 
27'.' 
233 
290 
2S'3 
253 
515 

24 
136 
398 
439 
720 
132 
364 
569 
277 
240 
337 
984 
929 

71 
324 
249 
255 
347 
534 
5215 
340 

54 
193 
620 
927 

56 

68 

176 
884 
899 

5«'7 
243 
134 
440 
659 
142 
112 
218 
188 



1860— 

President. 
Breck. 

141 

311 

750 

683 

4-'.' 

648 

3H6 

630 

676 

896 

175 

634 

490 
• 376 

342 

527 

198 

535 

468 

214 

425 

179 

33] 

754 
2545 

312 

267 

3 

1036 

420 

InJ 
79 

331 

160 

199 

!"il 

463 
679 

164 
854 

441 

726 
211 



354 



Dour. 
35>1 
478 

131 
55 

37 

"51 

58 

20 

166 

5 

2 

136 

131 

40 

109 

406 

101 

1 

509 

117 

92 

47 

106 

2;<hs 

148 

137 

71 

08 

45 
39 

16 

18 

108 
87 

21 

n 

4 ' 
132 
3 
84 
22 
"l 



241 



Co 

Fur 
1587 
1519 
1278 

24'.t) 

678 

1010 

1610 

2 -7 

9 

488 

1580 

-. 

lift) 

1973 

1428 

13x9 

1.5.0 

503 

9108 

7*4 

3248 

;■:> 

1501 
205 

14-10 

1049 

•>>, - 

12833 

n : 

1144 

201** 

2546 

844 

879 

12:50 

681 

1901 

1909 

2ri7il 

1373 

1854 
608 

1979 
15*10 
66.5 
398 
220 
584 



1867 , 

veutlon. 
Ag'st, 

4'.' 
17 

266 

4 
111. 
121 
259 

17 
4 

66 

13 

4!»i 

;• I 

16 | 
65 

13 
24 



31420 



79506 20204 99681 



7625 75083 



136 
23 

22 

5 

197 

205 
33 
iw 
78 
S3 
36 
10 
15 
49 



58 

12 

• 36 

"io 

172 

"54 

200 

4 

267 

49 

4C06 



' Thrown out bj State eanTasaert. The rote, u found bj the State cmnruserj, vis. Grant, 57,911 ; Sejmour, ,3,103. 



46 


EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC 


, 1889. 








COUNTIES. 


Presi 
It. 

4427 
.. 1706 


1 

dent. 
D. 

20t>0 
657 
6046 
1407 
2433 
3062 
2447 
1940 
2901 
4109 
970 
993 
25.83 
2424 
2848 
5517 

42377 

08 — , 
ident. 


MJ 

368 , 

Governor. 
It. D. 
4669 2717 
2334 1057 
9644 7809 
2498 1*00 
3851 2984 
7761 4563 
3022 3192 
2733 2581 
4513 3666 
9385 5643 
1996 1262 
2648 1373 
4X43 3369 
4576 3187 
4169 3511 
7198 6717 


LINE. 

. — 1867 i 

Governor. 
It. D. 
3424 1829 
1582 1146 
7000 5724 
2272 1637 
2593 1986 
5810 4042 
24K4 2779 
2279 2274 
ax 1 9 2997 
6691 4509 
1490 1004 
1x74 1180 
3696 3009 
3 .82 2927 
2931 2758 
6071 6189 

57332 45990 

rLAND. 

, 1860 , 

Coniptrol'r. 

It. D. 

2410 2292 

160 1440 

2019 3602 

7474 8152 

550 

559 5156 

2259 1 1*4 

1730 2015 

4 631 

419 1403 

3744 3021 

1156 1994 

489 815 

252 1071 

.... 1100 

157 853 

152 1171 

18 1012 

467 1«37 

363 1165 

3041 2331 

*2oi '841 


, — 1864 — s 
President. 
Lin. M'Cl. 

3646 2156 
1162 818 
8071 6487 
2251 1803 
3441 2574 
6803 3347 
2532 2379 
2536 2504 
4206 3163 
71-24 4343 
1628 1012 
2671 1120 
3584 2850 
3938 2817 
3174 3000 
6594 5868 




19^0 






Lin. 

3526 
1142 
7934 

0->81 

3322 
6599 
2520 
2510 
4244 
6997 
1656 
2257 
4048 
3*00 
3515 
6460 


President. 

Doug. Ur. 

1838 65 

414 167 
4815 345 
1358 56 

932 1062 
2353 156 
1825 183 
1073 210 
2523 199 
1555 2018 

401 374 

630 142 
1833 212 
1434 537 
2320 348 
4389 294 


Uell. 
50 

345 
3 

1*9 
200 

68 
267 1 

16 1 
1*5 

14 
276 
174 

84 

75 

93 

2045 

Bell. 
1521 
1041 

33*8 
12604 
2295 

399 

712 
1792 

430 
1265 
3616 
1x62 

830 

852 
1155 

8*5 

90* 

261 
1536 

793 
2567 

1048 
41760 




Franklin 

Hancock 


903S 

. . 2420 
. . 3520 
. . 72*3 




Knox, 


. . 2762 
. 8389 






4406 
.. 8831 






.. 1821 






.. 2478 






. . 4358 




W'lldo 


.. 4114 




York, 






COUNTIES. 
Allegany 

Anne Arundel .. 
lialtiinore Comity 
Baltimore City .. 
Calvert 






70433 

, — « 

Pres 

R. 

... 2326 

... 344 

.. 2335 

9103 

67 

... 463 


75835 

N 

, 18 

Gove 


55431 

[AR" 

57 , 

rnor. 

D. 
2881 

1695 
4131 
19911 
881 
1004 
£815 
2513 
1-279 
1572 
4185 
2297 
1210 
1420 
1675 
21155 
1757 
1519 
1315 
1273 
3332 
1570 
1401 

63694 

;sac 


•67805 

18f 

Presic 

It. 

2455 

4I6 

2576 

149-4 

33 

728 

2ft37 

1757 

27 

606 

3554 

1244 

578 

412 

495 

197 

3*4 

9!) 

644 

578 

29x3 

7,93 
2799 


•4G988 

4 , 

lent/ 

D. 
1990 
1574 
2662 
2953 

242 

271 
1885 
1521 

907 
13*1 
2302 
1605 

777 
1269 
1542 
1550 
1483 

987 
2110 

1-77 
1402 

1506 
321 

32739 


62811 

Lin. 

522 

3 

37 

1083 

59 

1 

12 
158 
6 
35 
103 
81 
1 

42 
50 
1 

*"i 

2 
2 
95 

2294 


29693 6368 

1860- 

President. 

Dou. Br'k. 

1203 979 

98 1017 

449 3305 

1503 14596 

339 1791 

43 3x6 

100 616 

35>3 1506 

38 723 

31 1176 

445 3167 

82 1527 

189 530 
74 694 
W 1125 
43 1018 
87 879 

190 920 
89 1339 
98 898 

283 2475 

"96 i425 
5966 42482 

I960 — 




D. 

2619 
1670 
4377 
21702 
625 
916 
2650 
2481 
1136 
1415 
4000 
2313 
1012 
1370 
1745 
1664 
1552 
1182 
fflOl 
1252 
3114 
14-22 
1319 

62437 

18( 

lent. 

1). 

647 
37X2 
272 » 

108 
7655 

916 
3.01 

819 
2446 ! 

46 
4726 

2699 

•2918 
6001 

192-21 1 


R. 

2175 

150 

131 1 

4846 

9 

231 

2291 

1588 

7 

341 

37a5 

806 

335 

136 

3-20 

78 

95 

40 

137 

138 

2913 

263 

135 

22050 

MAS 




Carroll 

Cecil 


... 2344 
... 1715 






35 




Dorchester 

Harford 

• Howard 


... 477 

... 1175 
... 490 
... 268 




Prince Georse's. 

St. Mary's 

Somerset 

Talhot 


399 

... 161 

275 

39 

. . . 422 

... 357 

, , 305i) 

... 424 






. . . 229 




Soldiers' vote.... 
COUNTIES. 


~30590 

r 

Presh 

It. 

3381 

4492 

10153 

4:16 

2IHM4 

45*0 

6759 

5:;»x 

24688 

471 

in i-29 

7W7 
17362 

19*50 

18659! 




27124 

JHU! 

, — isr 

Presn 

It. 
3994 
5314 
51736 

475 
7237 
4376 
6356 
6036 
13318 

486 
1010 
7610 
1692 
8072 


40056 

3ET 

4 — , 

ent. 

D. 

701 
8363 

2173 

138 

5691 
1389 

2^91 
866 
9597 1 

36 
5502 
2512 
8367 
5615 

19744 


40171 

rs. 




Govei 

It. 
3358 
54tl3 
9943 

432 
o>i 

4513 
6577 
53 i 3 
5385*4 

470 

iwra 

7603 
6674 ] 
9028 


nor. 
D. 

623 
3831 
2881 

113 
8114 

9X0 
3921 

949 
31X9 
47 
5186 
3OH0 
3660 
6618 

53142 1 


Governor. 
R. D. I 

2390 997 

4137 3773 
8407 3137 

270 99 
34 72 10x03 1 
34-29 13'»-2 
4551 3! '06 
4853 1845 
7974 14345 1 

821 40 
8074 7862 
6112 3943 
8555 !I908 1 
6091 8810 1 

1*306 70360 1( 


1 
iinc. I 

2371 

5-25)2 
79-0 

420 
4x:;2 
3994 
5 1X4 
4597 
7806 

338 
8XiiO 
6703 
0974 
7272 


'resident. 
>oug. Dell. 

133 2*3 

2865 238 

1713 640 

32 76 

3778 3187 

917 1:45 • 
1993 296 

608 1x2 
7069 4850 

116 58 
3589 2987 
14-23 1x69 
4891 5640 
5243 1890 

4372 22331 


Br'k. 
366 

199 

321 

829 
331 
592 
230 
921 
64 
438 
293 
964 
382 

5939 








Hampshire 

Middlesex 

Nantucket 

Norfolk 

I'lv nth 

FtiiToik 




32242 


26742 


6533 : 




• 


[ncludinp 


soldiern' vote, 4174 for Lincoln, 


md 738 for McClellan. 







EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



47 



MICHIGAN. 



PresI 

COUNTIES. It. 

Altegnn 3556 

Alpena 321 

Antrim 245 

Harry 2923 

Hay 1176 

Berrien 3993 

Branch 3961 

Calhoun 5018 

Cass 2471 

Ghebojrjtaa 59 

Chippewa 

Clinton 2856 

Delta 156 

Baton 30*8 

Kminet 185 

(ienesee 4211 

Gr.-mil Traverse 992 

Gratiot 1210 

Hillsdale 4*91 

Houghton 708 

Huron 698 

Ingham 3004 

Ionia 3503 

Iosco 2*1 

Isabella 529 

Jackson 4034 

Kalamazoo 4073 

Kent 5412 

Keweenaw 377 

Lapeer 2386 

Leelaiiaw 437 

Lenawee 6206 

Livingston 8238 

Mackinac 43 

Macomo 2791 

Manistee 656 

Miinitou 51 

Marquette 605 

Mason 4dl 

M ecosta 775 

Menominee 126 

Midland 4')6 

Monroe 2529 

Montcalm 1520 

Muskegon 1433 

N ewajRO 917 

Oakland 4738 

Oceana 1080 

On ton anon 227 

Ottawa 2441 

Saginaw 3360 

Sanilac 1308 

Shiawassee 2406 

St. Clair 3060 

St. Joseph 3562 

Tuscola 1K23 

Van liuren '■ v 2 

Washtenaw 4463 

Wayne 9207 

Soldiers' vote 



1868 

dent. Governor 
II. I'. 



D. 

2651 

217 

43 

1557 

1081 

82iW 

8034 

32n0 

1926 

150 

1942 

ltll 

2036 

198 

2tix0 

1(17 

749 

2113 

1160 

477 

2511 

2140 

177 

3tW 

3*30 

2951 

3837 

411 

1641 

219 

4*23 

2409 

119 

2668 

2*2 

117 

688 

241 

352 

66 

217 

2914 

833 

780 

397 

4442 

405 

301 

l«5l 

2761 

559 

17x3 

27H6 

2490 

«S30 

22-">6 

449 i 

10274 



3556 

325 

237 

2916 

1157 

B9H0 

8970 

5011 

24(10 

56 

8540 

157 

30X3 

135 

4209 

9x7 

1236 

4*x9 

715 

699 

29K8 

3450 

278 

681 

4025 

4068 

5392 

377 

2371 

4:U 

61x9 

2235 

43 

2795 

654 

48 

804 

400 

768 

122 

404 

2526 

1511 

1422 

903 

4720 

1079 

O-M) 

2421 
3251 
1306 
2395 
3H5.5 
3560 
1616 
3659 
4449 
9228 



2364 

229 

43 

f&tffl 

I Q98 

32x5 

2(133 

3223 

19(19 

154 

i*39 

168 

8054 

200 

2726 

171 

768 

2127 

11 Ml 

477 
2540 
1961 

188 

370 
8650 
2970 
3*34 

412 
1661 

220 

ttoa 

2419 
119 

26X1 
280 

'■Hi 

244 

361 

67 

223 

2927 

848 

7*2 

414 

44*3 

412 

3W 

1888 

27(i7 

568 

1x07 

2713 

250-8 

652 

fK>-| 

4529 
10848 



, 1866 , 

Governor. 
It. 1). 



2495 
125 
124 

2213 
713 

8829 

3:76 

-V'-> 

2034 

41 

57 

2192 

74 

2333 

3214 
481 
888 

4364 

'■505 
2538 
26X7 

121 

336 
3410 
3145 
40 17 

394 
1*31 

213 
5639 
1968 

39 

2161 
271 

'si i 

134 

274 

116 

258 

2164 

911 

80:1 

545 

4257 

600 

226 

1606 

23:19 

925 

1907 

2566 

2*98 

1973 

2507 

3914 

5054 



1459 

i;w 

17 

1090 

737 

2347 

1195 

8168 

1445 

61 

88 

1511 

1115 

1439 

1977 

9 
4-2 

1658 

332 
2050 
1295 

ltd 

223 
3ni2 
lb7* 
2(i98 

326 
1268 

57 
3593 
2004 

91 

21*1 

1 

'524 

7 

109 

81 

151 

20*5 

511 

3*6 

229 

3839 

203 

380 

1395 

1749 

298 

1451 

2105 

1752 

85a 

13113 

36*3 

6299 



, 1867- 

Jus. Sup. Ct. 

It. 
2196 

153 

136 
1915 

608 
2793 
2642 
3386 
1602 



54 

1712 
39 

18x8 
67 

26x7 

41 19 

9(19 

3099 

150 

365 

2234 

2079 

232 

245 

8838 

8706 

3179 

888 

1547 

242 

4430 

1757 

43 

1846 

225 

"80 

265 

232 

59 

173 

1750 

937 

677 

515 

3420 

652 

848 

1489 

2141 

773 

1619 

2055 

8508 

1018 

22x8 

3286 

4453 



— 1864 > 

President. 



1). 


K. 


1). 


1368 


1861 


1543 


68 


116 


71 




71 


18 


888 


1652 


1022 


651 


4H-J 


5x4 


2190 


255 4 


2307 


723 


3035 


1465 


172* 


3472 


2525 


1KJ 


17(15 


1435 


If 11 


88 


64 


85 


46 


124 


1302 


1524 


1411 


4* 


24 


141 


970 


1848 


1809 


136 


75 


141 


1117 


2743 


2003 




375 


«3 


3«0 


571 


366 


947 


8805 


1725 


736 


3-0 


978 


N 


360 


337 


1976 


1792 


1793 


11*8 


220.) 


1383 




Ol 


43 


137 


215 


83 


2724 


30) »2 


2909 


1041 


Biol 


21(11 


2279 


339* 


2966 


3*7 


2*5 


391 


1131 


14.4 


1247 


21 


2:'^ 


146 


1921 


4780 


3632 


1*41 


1604 


1988 


81 


30 


1X5 


1755 


2041 


2177 


«... 


141 


70 




11 


135 


73 








143 


8* 


69 


143 


97 


29 


58 


21 


59 


208 


KM 


2310 


1659 


8811 


487 


595 


443 


420 


W4 


3..; 


158 


41 Ki 


242 


88*9 


3709 


3*16 


268 


356 


177 


1 


252 


454 


1479 


1345 


1536 


1455 


1731 


l'.^O 


276 


753 


318 


1348 


1412 


1283 


1891 


HIS 


2063 


1550 


8681 


1796 


37 


798 


401 


1236 


UK) 


14(H) 


3352 


8638 


38:16 


4*44 


5946 


7ti50 




9402 


2959 



12*560 97068 128051 97290 96746 67708 80819 55865 91521 74604 



MINNESOTA. 

, ■ 1363 , 

President. Suffrage. 

COUNTIES. K. I>. Yes. No. 

Anoka 421 274 389 298 

Henton 153 147 110 169 

ltlue Earth 1749 1021 1588 1108 

Brown 654 152 623 1-7 

Carver 800 9*0 721 9*6 

Chiaago 538 117 4:>5 136 

Crow Win* 3 35 .... 35 

Dakota 1613 1793 1435 1925 

Hoilee 1099 429 1020 473 

Douglas 563 106 493 109 



Suffrage. 
N o. V es. 



-1SG7- 



Governor. 



202 

107 
1I6S 

1*1 
1146 

115 

1616 

503 

71 



885 

55 

1246 
434 
44)1 



1115 

820 
339 



K. 
309 
*2 
1498 
3*2 
663 
413 

1241 
843 
336 



1). 

243 

91 

1079 

256 
1031 

100 

1544 

488 

54 



— 1S64 , 

President. 



II. 
285 

(12 
%2 
326 
4*4 
372 

1176 
760 



D. 

167 



58 
619 

1178 

325 





48 E" 


FENING JOUKN 


AL ALMA 


NACy 


1869 


























COUNTIES. 


MIN 

Pre 
R. 

1421 

2748 


NESOTA - C 

1868 

sident. Suff 

D. Yes 

373 1332 

1312 25 il 

336 999 

929 2631 

2 41 

1984 2949 

899 1245 

29 239 

16 193 

1 6 

12 149 

1095 773 

17 

20 90 

24 2 

101 486 

381 548 

285 534 

41 96 

74 364 

139 57 

469 1045 

485 647 

1364 2274 

22 94 

5 25 

62 250 

1929 1461 

9 147 

50 140 

1239 1777 

1454 398 

148 181 

704 208 

1524 931 

503 992 

20 56 

35 150 

1142 1552 

518 744 

707 930 

57 152 

2025 2189 

623 843 


ontinu 

rage. 

No. 

406 

1448 

433 

1040 

S&6 

935 
26 
23 
1 
22 

947 

"30 

25 

127 

429 

330 

53 

88 

149 

512 

486 

1338 

5 

12 

80 

1982 

14 

60 

1209 

1481 

161 

729 

1565 

520 

23 

42 

1360 

579 

750 

75 

2128 

697 

29906 
PPI. 

onven' 
Vh.vot 

2873 
784 
1279 

'669 
1640 
1555 

1799 

969 

1274 
361 
126 

1514 
610 

3337 
*503 


:d. 

, 1867 

Suffrage. Gov 
No. Yes. R. 
371 721 919 
1301 1573 1801. 
301 694 887 
952 1685 1948 

1980 2485 2662 

963 901 1099 

30 122 153 

8 116 164 

10 

11 57 60 
1010 516 619 

"'2 "3i "32 

33 1 1 

90 306 386 

284 363 411 

259 346 403 

60 60 82 

47 142 174 

141 31 43 

418 577 733 

503 551 630 

1162 1767 1910 

*"i "19 "28 

28 158 188 

2210 1034 1324 

13 63 74 

25 82 94 

1265 1346 1424 

1408 232 404 

120 117 157 

697 192 303 

1384 662 794 

620 903 996 

11 28 28 

74 30 108 

1978 1620 4045 

606 544 637 

639 621 674 

53 92 120 

1953. 1119 1792 

639 494 778 


, , — 18( 

ernor. Presii 

D. R. 

301 642 
1212 1642 

234 658 

854 1866 

2024 i7li 

920 796 

31 59 

6 .... 

9 .... 

10 .... 
1051 495 

17 ..... 

"33 if:! 

74 190 

261 202 

220 115 

49 51 

44 .... 

132 35 

322 637 

500 505 

1217 1849 

'."'. "ii 

19 .... 

2064 1260 

11 .... 

20 .... 
1233 1275 
1309 396 

131 108 

679 253 

1336 427 

578 636 

13 33 

17 23 

3958 1302 

575 418 

602 781 

35 38 

1910 1590 

622 528 

29543 24966 


54 — v 
lent. 

n. 

160 

1031 

201 

688 

mi 

635 
24 

*8i2 

"ii 

142 
84 
20 

"50 

214 
420 
829 

"'4 

ii2i 

'667 

1045 

78 

559 

913 

209 

a 

31 

635 

284 

502 

1022 
356 








1211 








2885 






Grant 


47 








3128 








1435 








263 








201 








8 








160 








856 






Lake*... 


17 








100 








3 








520 








605 








600 








118 








381 








68 








1239 








780 






Olmsted. 


2413 






Otter Tail 


105 








35 








311 
















158 








150 






Rice 


17P5 






Scott 


478 








205 








1029 








1137 






St. Louis 


66 






Todd 


161 








1831 








817 








1062 








199 








2378 






COUNTIES. 








43744 

A 

Coi 
Rep. 
4«24 


28204 39322 

IISSISSI 

1868 ,- 

initiation. C 

For. Ag'st. \ 

2936 834 

228 1093 

989 976 

1072 157 

103 997 

276 2727 
971 1799 

277 1381 
1696 665 • 

993 835 

864 114 

556 2524 

M 440 

132 235 

413 2167 

197 756 

59 122 

14B 404 

231 433 

2*69 2044 

1793 1207 

1057 104 

207 683 


28759 I 

-1867- 

n. Ree' 

e. Whit 

729 

681 

1419 

1326 

1087 

1496 

1495 

1774 

549 

724 

254 

1173 

615 

372 

1917 

665 

214 

564 

568 

1551 

262 

124 

1003 


.7461 3 


4887 
1 

1 


17351 






stered. 

e.ColM 

3210 

993 

968 

*304 
2213 
1684 

620 
1977 
1105 

875 
1369 

"63 

2254 

557 

97 

259 

305 

3620 
615 

1293 
150 


President. 
Jell. Brec. Doug. 
448 376 158 
383 427 3 
525 1030 5 
277 218 12 
355 791 54 
788 1185 11 
538 1071 33 
642 1336 25 
263 421 26 
343 904 76 
210 157 41 
538 1052 14 
106 391 8 

845 *745 '40i 
156 335 3 

45 250 

47 257 

88 460 
103 1615 40 
626 784 9 
133 104 6 
727 1684 63 








1880 








1542 






Citrroll 


4037 








3725 








2539 








2*66 








2188 








1354 








3688 








688 








475 








4706 








1329 








330 








857 








940 








6974 








3711 








1509 








1390 














• The official canvass was declared without these counties having been returned, but 
their reported and estimated vote. 


we include 







EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1869. 






49 




COUNTIES. 


, 1868 

Constitution 
Reg. For A{ 
828 123 
1862 453 
2731 1672 

2313 i02l 

2839 298 i 
1292 1323 ] 
2085 503 
1451 473 
1315 114 
6135 3229 ! 
3930 2055 

755 273 
4707 1587 ! 
4754 2067 

949 172 
1789 115 
4968 2978 
2642 1255 
3805 1503 

416 58 
2191 511 : 
2043 698 
2455 161 
1545 291 

972 49 
1078 3 
1064 374 
1675 196 • 
2797 190 
3504 479 
1130 499 
7630 4851 
3885 2733 

941 394 
3282 21*6 
1512 440 
3640 932 1 
4219 1816 1 

55351 5623 1 6; 

R. 

fisasi 


( 
;'st. 
383 
1003 
653 

953 

895 
361 
9»» 
722 
933 
2004 
1190 
319 
2279 
1759 
540 
[182 
1301 
999 
1568 
228 
L196 
929 
1864 
911 
682 
827 
301 
031 
L621 
I860 
109 
[316 
251 
219 
627 
729 
963 
1490 

i860 

Ge 
Ge 

S 

W. 
L. 1 

ft! 

A 

ven 
con 
cha 
tha 
rejc 

Car 
Chi 
Cor 
De 
Laf 
Rar 
Yal 

DU 

-18G 
9. Sc 
L 

27 
27 
80 
43 


Donven 
Wh.vot< 

i873 

i044 
i298 

*61*3 

3964 

3081 

2458 

401 

894 

2507 

1291 

1556 

217 

750 

942 

1530 

"s«i 

270 
400 
616 
1284 
632 

5004 

"466 

'550 
1260 
1769 

56309 

>rge C. 
jrge L. 

ajority 

T. Mar 
\Y. Pier 

ajority 

commi 
tion tc 
imittee 
racter ,< 
t the vo 
cted as 

roll . . 

ckasaw 


-1867— 

n. Regi 

J.White 

521 

814 

541 

*95i 

1464 

1285 

981 

874 

1904 

1120 

532 

312 

1843 

1508 

388 

1022 

936 

825 

C37 

260 

993 

1191 

1070 

765 

409 

735 

186 

168 

754 

2647 

795 

1433 

200 

353 

547 

837 

1313 

1014 

46636 

Foi 
ficKee, 
Porter, 

for Mc.l 

n 

tin. Der 
;e, Rep 

for Mai 

ttee has 
» super 

engage 
)f the r 
te of th 

bogus : 


stered. 
. Col'd. 

256 

837 
1916 

i099 

949 
1402 

892 

442 

823 
4238 
1782 

183 

1899 

2790 

97 

591 
3344 
1461 

586 

114 

831 

470 
1120 

461 

286 

264 

822 

189 

147 

626 

4794 
2031 

459 
2274 

506 
1746 
2816 

60767 

irth Dis 
Republic 
Deinocra 




19KA 






Presiden 
Bell. Breck. 

25 316 
361 712 
266 333 

96 264 
499 689 
686 1034 
353 951 
146 840 
368 690 

*676 '929 
524 627 
35 298 

1098 1149 
612 1273 
162 732 
217 684 
442 701 
259 746 
700 551 
105 201 
221 831 
845 1512 
505 676 
299 693 
136 370 
234 517 
138 173 
266 285 
826 1456 

1412 1748 
140 122 
816 580 
201 180 
110 180 
324 404 
299 800 
707 919 
739 688 

25040 40797 

'rict. 

an 

t 


t. 

Doug. 
17 
18 
49 

"69 

144 

142 

5 

2 

"36 
17 

269 
49 
10 
29 
57 
20 

186 
6 

'339 

11 

8 

5 
1 

35 

254 

303 

9 

83 

"34 

3 

76 
4 

Eii 

20444 
15510 

4934 

12686 
11836 

800 
9 Con- 
i this 
as to 
lich is 
1 been 

ution. 

gainst 

2727 

1799 

2524 

2167 

1895 

1864 

1963 

4939 


































Lauderdale 
























































































Pike 


















Scott 












Smith 












Tallahatchie 










Tishemingo. 
















Washington 










Wilkinson . 










Yallobusha 










Humphries, 
Eggleston, S 

Majority fo 
On Member 
follows : 

C. H. Towns< 
Jefferson L. 

Majority fo 

T. N. Martin 
Jehiel Railsb 

Majority fo 

V. P. N. Turr 
C. A. Sulliva 

Majority fo 
CO 


1 

VOTE FOR GOVERNO 








... 55250 








8071 








i of Congress the 
First District. 


' vote 


was as 

110°9 


fth District. 
























. . . 5206 


been appointe 
rise the electi 
d in an invest 
;turns, the resu 
e following cout 


1 by th( 
on, an 
igation 
It of wl 
ities ha 

Constit 
For A 
276 
971 
556 
413 
298 
161 
932 

3607 1 
Q«n .. . , 




Second District 




... 11504 




ack, Republican .. 














Tliird District. 




... 11681 










Soto .. 




























lobusha 

RI. 

lools. 

I). 

135 
247 1 

8 
278 
















— 1864- 
Preside 
R. I 
797 1 
141 
639 
126 3 




, . 1 




UNTIES. 


MISS 

, 1868 , , — 

Governor. Su 
R. D. ] 
920 297 7 

1318 586 11 
767 193 5 
298 2S3 2 




it. 

). Line 

62 185 

60 97 

7 68 

92 1 


President. 

Doug. Breck 
616 339 
819 319 
645 63 
289 206 


. Bell. 
293 
677 
165 
580 





























50 


EVENING- JOURNAL 


ALMANAC, 1869, 








Ml 

, — 1 
Govt 
COUNTIES. R. 

Rarton 270 


SSOURI — Continued. 

?63 , , 1866 > , 1864- > 

rnor. Sup. Schools. President. 
D. R. D. R. D. 
324 196 95 197 17 
235 70 50 23 .... 
632 216 95 27 13 
348 599 254 574 21 
88 262 138 243 11 
204 178 636 262 813 
1419 1433 1284 1914 810 

105 37 83 

395 489 205 496 83 
186 163 1463 274 965 

163 -338 60 463 1 
843 '800 365 1213 551 
820 683 435 285 113 

41 10 

1161 392 333 76 105 
300 349 22 297 .... 
856 563 563 3ti3 2 
143 500 50 557 4 
322 1032 193 997 123 
320 126 111 216 777 
652 414 309 297 492 
734 314 672 1256 502 
534 894 497 939 381 
433 320 384 297 307 
168 451 17 507 4 
232 486 117 625 2 
730 790 434 806 297 
291 387 200 400 197 
175 146 96 107 1 

41 286 6 189 2 

62 187 

1261 1330 982 1717 401 
307 888 264 862 185 
511 571 185 525 281 
790 1073 373 2223 346 
324 864 103 933 17 
475 1069 291 1252 212 
722 477 254 .... .... 

145 395 52 365 1 

]K6 762 45 673 81 

1270 204 1011 534 6 

32 63 10 

230 192 109 535 2 
903 952 602 563 
470 2S0 6 46 .... 
875 753 778 915 323 
871 817 307 832 224 
356 639 345 669 343 
330 267 279 659 50 
553 503 653 346 395 
416 483 188 832 .... 
835 775 504 774 533 
407 431 483 542 357 
676 750 449 907 135 
820 687 486 342 297 

41 963 667 1757 13 
1151 175 177 240 14 

164 75 22-5 215 244 
747 816 639 933 390 
333 122 3 26 .... 
402 886 195 1158 3 
164 453 50 555 111 
330 11 411 103 257 
416 691 449 866 434 
493 165 234 158 507 
401 573 302 530 225 

453 369 348 241 
344 21 360 99 91 
221 361 24 212 1 
609 710 254 829 9 

103 

689 562 626 764 679 
56 74 2 3S .... 

147 1 166 

681 583 542 647 311 

818 691 476 879 396 

441 327 2g3 985 SOB 

1643 984 1244 1143 930 

652 764 496 882 


Line. 
1 

23 
30 
74 
23 
12 
452 
1 

43 

15 

6 

175 

3 

"23 
4 
1 

'277 

"ii 

114 

20 

35 

8 

20 

33 

7 

7 

'49-1 
433 
£01 

42 

129 

297 

16 

15 

202 

1 

'ios 

191 

38 

142 

18 

161 

6 

24 

59 

43 

9 

105 

20 

134 

9 

7 

235 

3 

80 

23 

1 

87 

8 

45 

18 

"22 

147 

2 

253 

'139 

9 

37 

15 

6 


18 

Presic 
Doug. 
257 
107 
oil 
574 
250 
278 
1626 
235 
263 
839 
69 
543 
752 
4 
242 
324 
692 
120 
542 
528 
368 
430 
988 
169 
283 
225 
692 
239 
207 

'iso 

8?8 
188 
873 
298 
416 
910 
623 
298 
453 
989 
136 
349 

1095 
407 
490 
617 
687 
189 
774 
138 
468 
906 
521 
401 

1176 

305 

98 

1240 
206 
6?2 
94 
223 
476 
680 
612 
550 
117 
654 
546 
66 
235 
81 
118 
4(i7 
369 
2.34 

1117 
845 






ent. 
Breck. 

286 

93 
343 
100 

99 
652 
614 

17 
186 
472 
132 
325 
279 

83 
607 
277 
295 
303 
497 
305 
314 
487 
281 
192 
305 
172 
265 
213 
338 

'ios 

51 
259 
414 
190 

50 
232 
143 
171 
247 

91 

36 
943 
192 
155 
523 
301 
276 
371 
516 
597 
396 
219 
470 
416 
♦ 98 
309 
432 
194 
169 
495 
185 
332 
408 

83 
204 
160 
255 
274 
'242 
303 
155 

70 

63 
211 
470 
420 
877 


Bell. 
323 

76 
386- 
306 
106 

1671 

1287 
88' 
3H7 

1306 
£24 
651 
552 
16 
715 
266 
608 
342 
762 

1045 
674 
226 
952 
353 
406 
228 
545 
243 
243 

'209 
577 
157 
517 
986 
507 
319 
703 
197 
348 
920 
176 
194 

1473 
424 
416 

1224 
520 
335 

1577 
445 
833 
725 
546 
578 
655 
226 
95 

1386 
138 
491 
193 
305 
546 

1086 
658 
321 
223 
406 
265 
45 
190 
69 
154 
217 
615 
199 

1300 

1208 




775 




680 




309 




148 




1929 


Rutler 


118 


Caldwell 


832 


Callaway 


198 




371 


Carroll 


1001 

957 




32 




. 1010 


Cedar 


569 


Charlton 


774 




558 




1118 


Clay 


2s4 






Cole 


839 




945 




3*3 


Dade ' 


701 


Dallas 


584 




1060 


DeKalb 




Dent 


199 




427 








1538 




813 




1239 




1417 




970 




441 


Holt 


1053 




167 

160 

287 








1657 




767 




1494 




714 


Lafayette 


373 

698 




830 




821 




443 








1100 

186 




ll*-9 




205 




929 




136 

10ik> 


Miller 






20 




7.") 1 




&% 








7 


Newton 


759 


Nodaway 


1082 








594 


Ozark 


156 




3 


Perry 


586 


Pettis 

Phelps 


1000 

493 


Pike 


980 


Platte 











EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC 


, 18G9. 






51 




COUNTIES. 
Polk 


, 18(58 » 

Governor. 
K. 1). 
851 433 
164 209 
1187 318 
217 200 
217 1417 
740 1417 
740 555 
47 143 

i509 ii-ii 

556 331 
249 396 
233 611 
15667 14016 
587 393 
497 250 
764 718 
240 240 

'563 '323 
222 117 
174 108 
896 603 
204 57 
191 109 
336 586 
821 386 
396 747 

*524 *355 
359 357 
270 127 

82107 62780 

NEB 
, u 

President. 
K. 1). 
325 143 

"ii "is 

791 450 
53 29 

*i32 'iio 

144 141 
61 53 

356 185 
1939 1567 

302 77 

190 56 
74 .... 

333 98 

'372 '170 
21 2 

"'4 "43 

46 10 

967 351 
958 720 
488 43 
166 128 
915 499 

251 261 

158 78 

159 41 
11 16 

469 153 

9729 5439 


1866 . 

Sup. Schools. 

n. i). 

C88 192 
120 163 

1113 39 

217 278 

184 1171 

588 508 

14 138 

11 .... 

1244 933 
324 34 
272 324 
175 395 

6728 6510 > 

5264 2774$ 
441 357 
382 154 
661 544 
267 227 

'468 '266 
118 148 
109 86 
748 262 
106 8 
89 124 
63 185 
791 310 
297 578 
117 90 
407 260 
2^0 238 
192 54 

54164 45049 

RASKA. 

63 


, 1861 , 

President. 

It. 1). 

894 5 

105 28 

1292 47 
292 194 
484 327 
631 798 
7 20 

iaeo '39*4 

223 1 
246 134 
423 217 

14027 8883 

170 28 
546 191 
612 533 
155 135 

*366 "216 

111 6 

M0 .... 

1074 52 

29 .... 

37 10 

'948 '271 
788 239 
343 .... 
533 192 
346 121 
65 2 

■2991 31026 

, li 

Governor. 

R. D. 

125 112 
10 32 

'375 '343 

29 31 

"28 "si 

87 106 

30 49 
110 33 
426 645 
116 49 

10 27 

'121 "76 
50 2 
22 23 
113 53 

10 1 
16 36 

"i6 "'8 
533 306 
462 842 
238 32 
90 89 
487 419 

11 50 
106 235 

"28 "ii 

'283 "265 
152 41 

4083 3948 










Line. 
4 
f 

111 

1 

"*9 

4 

534 

1 

19 

48 

9945 

14 

197 

6 

2 

90 

"83 

"95 

28 
3 

7 

17028 


Presid 
Uouu. 

125 

107 

5!)0 

391 

360 

881 

123 
78 

832 

344 

592 

351 

9264 

563 
455 
741 
215 

27 
476 
230 

83 
557 

97 

61 
151 
510 
635 
185 
172 

"ii 

58301 


ent. 

lireck. Bell. 
477 730 
281 62 
246 369 
149 585 
520 821 
233 1006 

85 38 
232 74 

64 619 
294 338 
111 4*1 

72 217 

610 4391 

366 1035 
251 267 
188 436 

192 243 
127 38 
293 702 

193 385 
113 31 
575 373 
2>7 43 
511 194 
381 207 

89 307 

62 493 

291 245 

376 335 

'362 "128 

31317 53372 

, 186-5 « 

Treasurer. 
R. 1). 
65 41 

'433 '402 

15 15 

"2? 
47 83 
10 38 
85 29 
414 559 
36 12 
67 .... 

"88 "i3 

"'s "*3 

100 8 

"25 '.".'. 

5C0 82 
422 714 
225 .... 
50 82 
489 237 

'146 '266 
23 10 

16 .... 

'222 "2i 
3422 2549 




Pulaski 








Kay 
















St. Clair 




St. Francois 












2d " 












Scott 








Shelby 




Stone 




































Worth 




Wright 




COUNTIES. 
Bart 




Governor. 
R. D. 

291 165 

"36 "ii 

706 503 
28 .... 

•ioi 'm 

133 165 
26 32 

307 195 
1702 1690 

267 94 

168 69 
75 .... 

282 138 

"320 '132 
22 6 

!.'.'! "46 

41 40 

822 414 

872 758 

472 70 

151 182 

788 582. 

34 

226 283 

127 87 

78 37 

16 16 

397 183 

8514 6070 


Congress. 

R. D. 

142 94 

11 16 

*573 '398 
24 31 

"ii "i.3 

83 109 

32 41 

147 49 

699 695 

124 54 

46 .... 

'm "45 

45 11 

14 80 
128 69 

"i3 134 

"26 '"8 
665 303 
445 782 
239 44 

85 96 
564 473 

44 63 
147 210 

49 39 

23 16 

*275 i56 

4820 4072 




Buffalo 




Putler 




Cass 








Clay 
















Dodge 




Hall 




















































Platte 
























Stanton 








1st Nebraska Vet. Vol. Cavalry. 



52 


EVENING JOUENAL ALMANAC, 1869. 






i 








NEW YORK 
















, 18G8 , 


i 1864 , 


» 1860 s 


, 1868 , 


, 18613 , 


, 1864 , 




Presi 


lent. 


President. 


Presi 


lent 


Governor. 


Governor. 


Governor. 


COUNTIES. 


R. 


I>. 


It. 


l>. 


It. 


D. 


U. 


l>. 


It. 


0. 


It. 


I). 




12139 


14078 


10201 


12034 


9835 


1II45 


11929 


14276 


11534 


11320 


10250 


12929 


Allegany 


6555 


2823 


6238 


2561 


6443 


2530 


6508 


2**3 


6336 


2621 


6262 


2553 




57-27 
til*} 


3885 
386S 


5001 
5505 


3139 
3575 


4554 
5955 


2876 

3409 


5698 
6120 


3028 

3915 


5173 
5728 


3375 
3418 


4993 
5576 


3144 
3518 




Cayuga 


astit 


4880 


7334 


4108 


7922 


3951 


8193 


4974 


7723 


4075 


7560 


4403 


Chautauqua 


9387 


4441 


8700 


3992 


8481 


3073 


9339 


4503 


8750 


3814 


8762 


3952 


Clieuuiug 


371 9 


3708 


3292 


31(9 


1949 


2178 


3646 


3778 


C467 


3382 


3307 


3110 




5*75 


4003 


5352 


4033 


50*5 


36*6 


5*35 


4137 


5571 


3080 


5569 


4U21 


Clinton ;.... 


4213 
5353 


3708 
5660 


3471 
4-76 


3516 
5240 


3961 
5108 


3270 
4722 


4203 
5360 


3728 
5675 


3699 
5155 


3589 
4***3 


34*6 
4906 


3540 
5236 






4082 


2109 
428-S 


39*3 
5297 


2063 
424* 


3803 
5001 


1712 
32! 2 


4075 
5596 


2130 
4335 


3872 
5348 


2030 
3908 


4005 
533^ 


20*2 
4206 


Delaware 


Huteliess 


82o0 


7400 


7202 


6643 


6763 


6071 


80*2 


7621 


7281 


6081 


7300 


6593 




15822 


14454 


13062 


13370 


12430 


10885 


151*6 


14942 


12538 


13122 


13055 


13398 


KsBex 


3606 


2150 


3-224 


2164 


3454 


1793 


3623 


2134 


3089 


1903 


3229 


2162 


Franklin 


3403 


22til 


2838 


1*37 


3103 


1402 


3391 


2290 


2858 


5053 


2863 


1859 


Fulton & lluinil'ii 


3663 


3150 


2972 


2887 


3111 


2M»7 


3657 


3160 


3283 


3669 


2HB4 


28*4 


Genesee 


4-254 


2.-44 


4030 


2772 


4464 


2456 


4239 


2*63 


39 18 


2495 


4050 


2760 




3447 
53-16 


3051 
4109 


30*7 
50*7 


3897 
4207 


3137 
5302 


3:34 

3363 


3422 
5341 


3991 
4116 


3210 
5182 


3532 
3831 


3121 
5114 


3-91 
4173 


Herkimer 




8321 

27711 


5*82 
39*40 


8398 
20836 


5812 
25726 


*7i'6 
15883 


553 1 
20583 


8341 
26149 


5955 
41419 


8147 
19634 


Mi 14 
29166 


8603 
20745 


5813 
25(63 






3412 


3238 


3078 


2011 


3257 


2274 


3397 


3258 


3182 


2670 


3111 


2896 


Livingston 


4323 


3463 


45*1 


3553 


5178 


3264 


4792 


3511 


4555 


3118 


4600 


3535 




h366 

Hii81 
3980 


31(68 
SOO20 

3*10 


6183 

10203 

3517 


3748 
9107 
3M08 


62*9 
10808 
3528 


3216 
7291 
3253 


0255 

11559 

3978 


3991 
10226 
3*19 


5923 
10006 
3619 


3519 
8227 
3615 


6231 

10-247 

3536 


3744 
9078 
8900 








47748 


1083»8 


366*6 


737^i'-> 


332O0 


62293 


43373 


112522 


33402 


8067 7 


36310 


73537 


Niagara 


51 lit 


4094 


4839 


4287 


4992 


3741 


566T 


4765 


4716 


3989 


484a 


4277 


Oneida 


125! •:] 


11276 


12049 


10L-1G 


12508 


6011 


12555 


11295 


12431 


11121 


12075 


10923 


Onondaga 


12320 


9(L'3 


10996 


8713 


H243 


7223 


12511 


9312 


11566 


8028 


11022 


8697 




57*2 
8128 
3004 
9502 
6568 
1557 
4971 
1(1551 


4162 
7*77 
2146 
6109 
6074 
1727 
6387 
10381 


5109 
67*3 
3754 
8793 
6151 
1443 
42*4 
9158 


3989 
0633 
2458 
6238 
6047 
161 S 
5400 
9377 


5764 
5898 
3859 
9076 
6653 
1243 
3749 
8461 


3634 

6011 
2246 
5414 
5061 
1325 
4392 
8421 


5728 
8038 
3**3 
9522 
6540 
1548 
4*22 
10707 


4229 
79*7 
24*2 
6170 
6115 
1746 
6549 
102 


5371 
7167 
3585 
8368 
6335 
1329 
3611 
9580 


3072 
6197 
2106 
5480 
5797 
1430 
4574 
7501 


5457 
6820 
3769 
8798 

6167 
14-16 

4307 
9174 


8957 
6605 

2442 
6220 
6050 
1616 
5405 
9375 


Orange 
















2221 


3019 


1364 


2*74 


1408 


2370 


2132 


3131 


1508 


2479 


1581 


2*86 


Rockland 


1*66 


2762 


1445 


22*7 


1410 


2369 


1*42 


2790 


1559 


1973 


1428 


2293 


*t, Lawrence 


\xm 


3941 


10863 


4018 


11324 


4007 


11855 


4014 


10648 


3146 


10904 


4053 


Saratoga 


643*5 


526i» 


5908 


4715 


5000 


4552 


6429 


5290 


1.1078 


4191 


5923 


4713 




2473 


2333 


2263 


2309 


2154 


1994 


2456 


2358 


2469 


11198 


22*4 


2308 




3-281 


4736 


2*70 


4801 


2279 


4213 


3299 


4720 


3002 


4642 


2886 


4793 




2771 


2010 


2576 


1*93 


2551 


1708 


2767 


2047 


2576 


18*4 


2570 


1890 




2807 


3-2*7 


2680 


3267 


3025 


21-90 


2-00 


3290 


2767 


3114 


2703 


3249 




8647 
45*9 
3387 


64UI 
418.> 
8663 


8099 
4306 
2960 


5813 
4027 
3548 


8250 

3756 
2914 


5023 
3519 
3170 


8575 
4528 
3233 


6551 
4254 

3728 


8021 

4083 
2087 


5507 
3573 
3521 


8123 
4327 
2973 


5804 
4038 
3548 


Suffolk 


Sullivan 




4323 

4646 


3191 
3KK) 


3780 
4518 


3018 
2906 


3760 
4348 


2743 
30-26 


4300 
4627 


3222 
3138 


3959- 
4456 


2779 
2952 


3789 
4509 


SO 14 
S006 






8044 


8324 


0900 


7766 


6775 


6252 


7938 


862:) 


6769 


7150 


6958 


7719 


Warren 


2711 


2239 


aw 


2169 


2719 


1070 


2669 


2291 


2323 


1941 


2447 


2152 


Washington 


6662 


406:: 


11220 


3612 


6173 


3482 


6632 


4111 


3972 


3035 


6236 


3639 


Wayne 


6322 


4405 


HI2! 


4392 


6668 


3938 


6301 


4446 


6031 


4026 


6117 


4413 




9ti(2 


11666 


7H0 


9355 


6771 


8081 


9398 


11045 


7519 


8293 


7616 


9310 




4-2-2ti 


2690 


4123 


2368 


4498 


2390 


4205 


2630 


4103 


2298 


4146 


2563 


jl Y;ites 


3136 


1750 


3034 


1693 


3014 


1466 


3129 


1760 


2878 


1476 


3049 


1704 

361264 


! 


419893 


429857 


J08720 


361986 362646 312510 411355 439301 366315 


352526 


369557 


1 


/ J3(V7 


t 1862 v 

Governor. 






Stat 17 /"^t^t^t '#wm»« 


. 1S6S- 
5t. Pr. 








Sec. 


;t;;te. 


Lieut 


•Gov. 


Cana 


Com. 


Iran. 


Cl. Ct 


a up. 




It. 


1). 


It. 


I). 


It. 


I). 


It. 


D. 


It. 


1). 


It. 


ii. 




1(1486 


JO.XI2 


8409 


10829 


11978 


1 1237 


11964 


14214 


11023 


14257 


12013 


14171 


Allegany 


51110 


2736 


5706 


24KI 


6517 


2-77 


6') 19 


2*74 


6319 


2*74 


6521 


2869 




4731 
4*26 


:1589 
3963 


.42*5 
4-21 


2733 
8240 


6696 

6121 


;:o29 

3914 


5700 
6121 


392.') 
3914 


5706 
6121 


8922 

3914 


5704 
6125 


3924 
3910 




Cayuga 


0776 


4393 


6411 


4072 


8195 


4970 


M-* 


4077 


8042 


5103 


8188 


4974 




7014 


4053 


7178 


3712 


9386 


4506 


9310 


4499 


9339 


4498 


93411 


4496 




3168 


3)11 


2389 


2611 


8642 


3782 


8646 


37-2 


3018 


3779 


3648 


3774 


Chenango 


5!25 


4057 


5031 


3705 


583) 


4137 


5885 


4137 


5*34 


4136 


6833 


4136 




3145 

4*46 


31-8 

5016 


2778 
4034 


3279 
4789 


4I8S 
5320 


3744 

5714 


4149 
5316 


3781 
5714 


4155 
5309 


3761) 
5716 


4194 
5316 


3729 
5713 




Cortland 


3177 


20'. (5 


31*8 


1*77 


40' »4 


2140 


4070 


2139 


4071 


213) 


4071 


2138 


Delaware 


48*7 


4226 


4435 


3969 


3393 


4333 


5593 


4337 


5503 


4337 


5594 


4336 




0«27 


6700 


5005 


5119 


8085 


7020 


B083 


7624 


8082 


7621 


8081 


7624 





EVENING JOURNAL 


ALMANAC, 18C9. 






53 




COUNTIES. 

Erie 

Essex 

Franklin 


^— 1S67 > 

Sec. State. 
R. I». 

, 11774 13530 
2892 1971 
2750 2060 

i 3018 3003 
3531 2643 
2820 37ii5 
3698 :>919 
7296 6506 

, 17787 

. 2882 2781 
4076 3119 

. 6362 3743 

. 9023 8231 

. 3306 a 

26098 83764 

4117 4339 

11158 10555 

. 10268 8456 
4780 3845 
6592 6891 

. 3219 22K5 
7720 5142 

. -5740 5703 
118-2 1599 
2-11 5098 
88:12 9375 
1212 2415 
1232 2081 

. 9657 3593 

. 5475 495(5 
2223 2182 
2634 43U 
2282 1883 
2419 3128 
6830 5989 
3316 3><I3 
2701 3355 
3652 2079 
3935 2926 
6131 7398 
2473 2201 
3498 3507 
5152 3913 
6338 9253 
3546 2314 
2631 10 52 


, 1862 v 

Governor. 
K. D. 
9642 11783 
21507 L866 
2325 2250 
2662 
3101 2559 
2561 3755 
4576 3413 
7633 5170 

12922 19554 
2654 2476 
4306 3007 
5501 3369 
3233 7401 
3178 3365 

2-j:o; 51312 
4030 4o28 

101 13 9662 
9321 7768 
4667 3533 
5188 5o07 
3237 2078 
7159 5159 
557(5 5(512 
1004 1531 
3027 4333 
6 15 7906 
1139 2397 
1173 2206 
9698 3(523 
5139 4584 
1077 2052 
2457 4086 
2294 1709 
2330 2-03 
7020 5353 
3529 3379 
2451 3288 
3289 2713 
4005 2627 
5609 6730 
2194 1910 
5031 3243 
5288 4(i50 
5555 7866 
3677 2397 
2681 1430 






-State Officers 

Canal Com. Insp. 
R. I>. R. 

15469 11045 15752 
3551 2208 3597 
2288 3400 
■ .. -! 

2 ■ 6 4230 

3413 4003 3412 

4100 5341 

8341 5958 3328 

2'i 101 41105 20171 
3391 3258 8800 
4708 3503 4798 
6254 3992 6257 

11570 10213 11505 
1010 3787 

48U4 113469 43522 
-1705 50(4 

12540 113 3 12561 

] 25(.7 ... ( 12511 
5725 4283 5701 
7964 7071 8058 
3881 2485 3883 
0010 6175 9528 
6535 6116 6532 
1541 1750 1545 
4836 6535 4-14 

10457 10497 10463 
2155 3100 2150 
1851 2778 1851 

11846 4019 11848 
6: ,02 5017 6388 
2458 2356 2457 
8293 4735 3292 
27(55 2049 2766 
2793 3300 2794 
8572 6555 8571 
4531 4252 4584 
3287 8725 3280 
4209 3218 4303 
4032 3184 4033 
7052 8(516 7953 
2651 2809 2002 
6065 4158 0(542 
6297 4450 6294 
9433 11909 9441 
4207 2017 4206 
312S 1701 3128 


, 18GS- 
Bt. Pr. 

1). 
14635 

2102 
2284 

3172 

. • 

4114 
5960 

3257 

4760 

112-0 

9244 

4257 

24-3 
6164 
6113 

1740 
6523 
10481 

5 
2 

4016 
5008 
2854 
4730 
2047 
38' i0 
(5553 
4251 
3724 
8218 
8184 
8609 
2208 
4110 
4451 
118!I4 
2616 
1700 


Cl. Ct, A p. 

R. 1).. 

15627 14695 

:;ooo 2159 
1 22-5 
3647 3169 
•12 18 

8112 1 2 
4121 

20..; 17 410. .5 
258 
4-71 3411 
6254 

11570 10101 
"7 

4.H5 : 

4762 

11202 
12551 

5727 4231 
- 58 7972 
3884 2482 

6534 6116 

1515 1745 
4967 

10148 10459 
2157 ■ 
1851 277- 

11846 

6388 5332 
2455 2858 
8293 4735 
2766 2947 
2706 3299 
8571 6553 
4533 4253 
3287 3725 
4302 3219 
4032 3134 
7052 8613 
2662 2297 
0627 4124 
6295 4452 
9436 11904 
4200 20 is 
3127 1761 




Lieut.-Gov. 

R. 1). 
15579 11708 
3599 2100 

;;ol:t 3169 
4237 

3412 4001 
5 5 4123 
8291 6001 

26306 41349 
3394 

•17-9 3511 
6248 3997 

11567 10219 
807-5 3822 

43445 1121-5 
0072 4701 

12517 11008 

12552 9307 
5725 4281 
-002 7971 
3884 24-2 
9518 0176 
0512 6113 
1547 1744 
4830 6542 

10477 10174 
2 US 3118 
1846 27-4 

11*48 4020 
0084 5338 
2456 2857 
3203 4735 
2766 2046 
2795 3207 
85J2 6554 
4584 4251 
3238 3724 
4260 3219 
4073 3059 
7055 8612 
2662 2298 
6622 4126 
0294 4453 
9441 11903 
4209 2(516 
3128 1760 




Fulton & llamil'i 












Lewis 

Madison 

Monroe 

Montgomery .... 
New Fork 








Onondaga 




Orange 




Orleans 

Oswego 




Otsego 

Putnam 




Queens 




Rensselaer 

Richmond 

Rockland 

St; Lawrence 

Saratoga 

Schenectady 




Steuben 




Suffolk 

Sullivan 




Ulster 




Warren 

Washington 

Westchester .... 




COUNTIES. 

Belknap 

Carroll 




325099 373029 

, 186 

President. 
R. I>. 
1986 1078 
1935 2149 
3832 2:350 
1383 1542 
47i it 4:;-5 
7262 5419 
4770 4318 
6187 4-2H 
3665 2338 
2495 1919 

38216 31218 


295897 306643 

NEW H 
i , 

Congress. 
R. 1). 

2099 2355 
2083 2483 
3-7(5 2708 
13H0 1-14 
4979 5245 
747i; 

5020 5300 
6530 5(528 
3-27 3ii(i5 
2494 2097 

59724 37143 

NE 

R. 
75 
256 1 

267 1 
313 2 
4*8 S 
1000 9 
50 
.), 6,230 ; W. 


411670 

AM] 

, — 186 
Presid 

Vn. 
1855 
1782 
3492 
1116 
4087 


139327 411522 439126 411850 43*784 

D SHIRE. 

.4 , , — 1867 , , IS 

ent. Governor. Presid 

I). R. 1). Line. Doug. 
2216 1906 2172 1081 17-0 
2509 1907 2397 2148 1993 
2444 3371 2242 3843 1912 
1459 12V 1 1402 1349 1330 
4574 4471 4004 4-28 3504 
5825 6540 5500 6888 4557 
4768 4541 4707 47o4 3813 
4477 5o07 5068 5720 S228 
2550 3484 2551 3586 1905 
2022 2202 1910 2487 1703 

090 

53034 35809 32663 37519 25881 

DA. 

COUNTIES, 
-e 


U2080 

so 

ent. 

lireck. 

48 

42 

10(5 

43 

343 

221 

27(5 

618 

258 

- 97 

2112 

R. 
353 
SOO 

519 
>59 

£» 


138357 

Bell. 

5 

8 

21 

2 

42 

88 

56 

116 

43 

30 

411 

T>. 
353 
420 
1739 
635 

5218 




Coos 




Hillsborough.... 

Merrimack 

Rockinsham .... 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

Soldier's vote... 

COUNTIES 


633 

10- 
58! 
31 ! 
221 

20t 

369c 

:v 

D. 

75 

•- 

86 
13 

■•-> 
56 


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4 

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, , — _ — 


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F.j 


*.nd 





54 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



NEW JERSEY. 



-1868- 



President. Governor. 

COUNTIES. R. D. R. D. 

Atlantic 1384 815 1333 818 

Berpen 2163 2772 2149 2789 

Burlington 5926 5161 5891 5206 

Camden 4154 3610 4126 3656 

Cape May 953 673 946 688 

Cumberland 3776 2354 3742 2394 

Essex 13043 11512 12902 11713 

Union (in Essex) 

Gloucester 2475 1767 2460 1796 

Hudson 7302 11075 7103 11301 

Hunterdon 3414 4796 3384 4795 

Mercer 4379 4435 4337 4430 

Middlesex 3946 4275 3912 4325 

Monmouth ...' 3771 5263 3706 5303 

Morris 4283 3974 4210 4069 

Ocean 1870 1002 1856 1020 

Passaic 4058 3406 4032 3431 

Salem 2556 2203 2552 2219 

Somerset 2186 2536 2178 2539 

Sussex 2186 3269 2219 3211 

Union 3425 3734 3373 3785 

Warren 2627 4157 2629 4122 




, 1864— 

President. 
R. D. 



1117 
1544 
5280 
3332 
761 
2669 
9402 

i998 
4616 
2631 
3726 
3037 
3001 
o.»2 

1292 
2934 
2221 
1923 
1621 
23*1 
2006 



1062 
2431 
4176 
2753 
557 
2034 
9239 

1464 

6597 
4355 
3792 
3740 
4410 
3587 
791 
2773 
2164 
2324 
3164 
2866 
3706 



■ 1860 , 

President. 
R. Fus. 



1109 
1453 
5269 
2483 
680 
2305 
8812 
2197 
1953 
3491 
2827 
3675 
2924 
3996 
3484 
1398 
2814 
2226 
1768 
1980 



794 
2092 
4036 
2643 

520 
1630 
9711 
2756 
1476 
5150 
3934 
3355 
3605 
4089 
3312 

701 
2405 
1973 
3087 
2297 



2401 3225 



79882 82789 79081 83660 67525 64736 60723 68024 58345 62801 



NORTH 



, 1868 , , 

President. 

COUNTIES. R. D. Wh. 

Alamance 1102 1055 1537 

Alexander 351 516 950 

Alleghany 245 284 537 

Anson 1002 1050 1162 

Ashe 620 641 1402 

Beaufort 1313 1227 1708 

Bertie 1517 753 1017 

Bladeu 1372 1079 1239 

Brunswick 878 698 904 

Buncombe 1085 1090 1847 

Burke 927 741 1143 

Cabarrus 910 1111 1409 

Caldwell 394 617 1098 

Camden 528 530 672 

Carteret 834 898 ' 1328 

Caswell 1957 1409 1276 

Catawba 488 1131 1503 

Chatham 1765 1540 2361 

Cherokee 443 423 916 

Chowan 692 520 646 

Clay 155 243 438 

Cleveland 656 1037 1613 

Columbus 512 951 943 

Craven 3535 1493 1933 

Cumberland 1597 lfcO 1755 

Currituck 416 907 1075 

Davidson 1843 835 2432 

L'avie 652 690 1026 

Duplin 1025 1580 1615 

Edgecombe 2681 1473 1344 

Forsythe 1262 787 1493 

Franklin 1431 1376 1323 

Gaston 878 678 1179 

Gates 452 672 815 

Granville 2754 2148 2216 

Greene 756 557 801 

Guilford 2109 1496 2779 

Halifax 3206 1593 1402 

Harnett 645 789 10IU 

Haywood 412 660 945 

Henderson 640 361 973 

Hertford 741 714 822 

Hyde 572 791 1078 

Iredell 959 1412 2127 

Jackson 520 607 803 

Johnston 1201 1348 1*74 

Jones 592 422 547 

Lenoir 1215 861 1144 

Lincoln 625 733 1923 

Macon 323 572 973 



CAROLINA. 

1868 , 

Constitution. 
Col'd For Ap'st 
842 ■ 995 1012 
367 
229 
988 
620 



-1860- 



185 

58 
1109 

82 
1029 

1317 1320 
1301 1270 



501 
210 
846 
614 
1324 1056 
618 



889 784 

418 1047 

465 

815 

217 

477 

8243 



971 

785 

878 

779 635 

832 1062 



384 

474 

896 

1885 1416 

336 469 1060 

1272 1846 1162 

383 

701 

128 

693 

439 



722 

14 

395 

539 

3480 



623 

517 

916 

1438 



262 
457 
209 
915 
816 



1704 1770 
419 437 



3401 1460 
1233 



713 1705 
532 524 



1166 

2834 2340 

450 1179 

1605 1431 



887 
841 

753 

962 1489 



473 

503 



S03 

488 



2ii64 2514 
761 801 



1158 
317 

1229 
603 
650 

1865 
594 

1349 



1151 1922 

3446 3018 1317 

562 657 696 

404 

582 

805 

667 



407 
834 

5! 12 

SOS 



89 
225 
851 
623 
886 
66 

998 1364 1008 

610 594 

1293 1195 

647 

308 



4 - 

60 



844 1552 
234 503 



451 
845 
608 
521 



872 

493 

216 

1182 

540 

923 

1219 

1152 

825 

1014 

793 

1042 

491 

421 

873 

1485 

780 

2116 

412 

823 

170 

900 

577 

3232 

1662 

456 

11*6 

812 

1055 

2ii24 

1055 

1460 

822 

542 

25 tl 

741 

1766 

2533 

745 

417 

608 

706 

590 

1281 

252 

1329 

540 

1134 

677 

391 



572 
95 
71 
604 
191 
625 
184 
533 
346 
417 
231 
280 
237 
296 
592 
496 
331 
330 

54 
277 

14 
392 
505 
585 
798 
492 
128 
107 
937 
584 

27 
867 

84 
251 
707 
342 
633 
746 
292 
236 

56 
563 
410 
468 
263 
610 
303 
349 
2-3 
187 



President. 
Bell. Breck. Dou. 
661 536 36 
471 403 2 



871 

717 

1082 

597 

'386 
705 
417 
810 
449 
503 
441 
237 
302 
970 
677 
289 

'l96 
322 
693 
670 
66 

1186 
641 
149 
196 
965 
318 
131 
394 
863 
326 

1833 
546 
138 
348 
496 
418 
459 

1025 
142 
630 
165 
317 
243 
469 



245 
229 
549 
399 

'326 
662 
470 
445 
229 
83 
370 
994 
873 
604 
459 
194 

1091 
723 
492 
879 
595 
728 
329 
1380 
17*9 
825 
759 
826 
338 
870 
381 
304 
757 
542 
367 
425 
246 
395 
323 
403 
974 
197 
533 
473 
221 



7 

1 

42 

17 

.... 

4^ 

4 
18 

9 

8 
42 
13 

3 i 
194 
15 
38 



6 

122 
35 

"is 

31 
3 
17 
70 
14 
56 
12 
83 

"iis 



13 
4 

20 
3 

31 

"40 
10 

21 
5 





EVENING JOURNAL 


ALMANAC, 18C9. 






55 




COUNTIES 


, — 1 
Ties 
JC. 

529 


5G3 — , 

ident. 

1). 

459 

607 

G07 

2149 

118 

341 

8-4 

1096 

23 1 1 

1015 

879 

19(17 

5x8 

5x0 

1054 1 

1559 

IHS 

877 

308 

1337 

1513 

15::0 

683 

1147 

651 

744 

737 

232 

33.1 

930 

2953 

1053 

348 

318 

14X7 

820 

1103 

622 

435 

85311 J 

Fresh 
It. 

2014 
1X92 
22(15 
0108 
21KI8 
12G6 
3x93 
2715 
329x 
1807 
2H.34 
3528 
3475 
2922 
4 xx I 
217(1 
2019 
12583 
'".1-9 
1108 
2976 

3130 
2439 
11'70 
5078 
2171 
2678 
2^92 
4233 
2713 
24107 
2297 
1-xl 

2267 








, 18G7 * 

Convention 

. For. Ac'st 

4U2 167 

872 500 

59?) 138 

19-5 447 

479 .... 

752 6 

975 186 

81 K) 398 

2928 1091 

1047 538 

440 299 

120!) M96 

910 256 

803 90 

742 746 

1.543 935 

318 21 

130 4 07 

1251 IKj 

1868 764 

1074 374 

17:<4 341 

1126 74 

1129 785 

6!9 89 

547 73 

841 194 

256 34 

3<>0 1x0 

1059 174 

4135 7x1 

2061 573 

608 163 

335 ifti 

1317 823 

1453 1*2 

685 571 

8)3 229 

354 90 

93006 32962 

G7 , , 15 

rnor. Sec. 
I). tt. 

2300 2064 
2ii24 1x53 
2401 2175 
1377 5004 
1701 2017 
2713 H).;9 
3971 3515 
3206 2X22 
4x>6 3021 
12x9 17.51 
2159 2700 
2113 3-509 
3737 3406 
1028 2x44 
2919 4293 
2<1I9 2(1. i-S 
3407 1997 
7436 8631 
3246 2*xl 
1x55 1072 
2311 2827 
10*7 2988 
3010 2139 
1543 1*17 
72.55 4052 
1 1 10 2060 
19(r2 2477 
630 2512 
1857 390.] 
20 2 271 1 
1x137 22 118 
25i 9 2272 
1770 1749 
1660 2122 






it, 

Dou. 

' 22 

135 

"*3 

179 

4 

5 

43 

24 

72 

55 

4 

9 

8 

1 

44 
4 
134 
102 
13 
3 
6 
9 

"28 

22 

5 

276 

5 

44 

"23 

4 

27UI 

U ■ 

dent. 
1). 
1922 
2241 
22X1 
1039 
1318 
2371 
3498 
2933 
4310 
1 23 
1755 
1011 
3018 
1307 
2501 
2417 
3112 
5856 
270 4 
1591 
1-92 

1 829 

3510 
1243 
57-50 

970 
1174 

491 
15-56 
19 
16598 
23(0 
1157 
1563 




Constitution 

Wh. I'o.'d. For. 

978 52 515 

1030 915 937 

955 2t>5 1170 

2329 1981 1705 

676 49 613 

888 327 722 

1541 5:i9 1093 

1134 898 741 

249.! 3723 3571 

125! 1933 1904 

767 616 417 

2I!'7 1381 1321 

825 891 923 

876 845 870 

' 1096 931) 906 

1570 1687 1797 

517 136 409 

2386 472 1559 

1124 1187 1202 

1623 1710 1613 

10*0 1416 1403 

2129 1157 1162 

1644 486 1350 

1037 1002 10.6 

10-37 250 428 

1403 428 761 

1706 29iJ 851 

512 75 118 

6.31 245 237 

1300 436 760 

3271 3157 3341 

971 2113 2225 

697 558 806 

7>0 36 312 

1092 141-1 14X5 

2224 201 1445 

1153 947 923 

1598 252 796 

846 49 283 

17431 79415 SOUS 

OHIO. 

136S , 

lent. Sec. State. 
1). It. I). 
2217 19:i7 2204 
2597 17X2 2550 
2504 2115 2497 
1400 57(0 1510 
1592 2725 16x7 
2757 1022 2098 
3x02 3757 4012 
3238 2552 3305 
4045 3208 5395 
1289 1727 1332 
2138 2x14 23( is 
2198 3795 2407 
359 4 3313 3759 
1579 2x20 1«34 
2938 4007 29X8 
2022 210;! 2013 
3007 18-7 3596 
7993 112X2 8513 
3145 2x90 3375 
1*!<9 1029 1909 
2169 £: HI I 2202 
1881 2"4l 2141 
4('76 2293 3913 
1376 lxl'5 14ii5 
7I1H 4742 7006 
1150 210.1 1229 
1020 2437 1799 
640 2805 07!i 
1829 3'.Ki7 1950 
1949 2x98 2114 
1*768 22x52 2 10 IX 
2528 2136 2535 
1706 1770 1x07 
1620 2251 1729 


Ap'st 
285 

920 
499 

1925 
120 
253 
734 

1048 

2235 
805 
721 

1N13 
515 
533 
718 

1233 

93 

711 

075 

1239 

1143 

Hill 
45 1 

1160 
609 
4 414 
614 
254 
3^15 
731 

2382 
941 
352 
307 

1232 
540 
891 
654 
454 

740J9 

, 18 

Gove 
It. 

1982 
1737 
2161 
5061 
25H8 
925 
3412 
2407 
2800 
1634 
2' 123 
3290 
3216 
20: 14 
42:17 
21o2 

9973 

2001 

loo.i 
0-07 

24 "0 
20-50 
173:'. 
4600 
UK 12 
2001 
2i',34 
2015 
2319 
199HI 
2172 
1770 
2U2 


1 
Cell. 

'333 
349 
856 

"725 
5«8 
64 
G64 
506 
153 
956 
477 
344 
4-3 
710 

1118 

1224 
.,4 4 
OH 
465 

1023 
495 
529 
93 4 
402 
502 

*3o6 
379 

1130 
138 
413 
322 
239 

1323 

'842 
275 

44990 

GG > 

State. 
I). 

2(02 
22.57 
220S 
936 
1210 
2236 
3500 
3102 
4720 
1177 
1836 
1960 
3013 
1499 
2387 
2172 
3179 
50! 17 
2li;5 
1666 
1951 
1707 
3443 
1318 
6l!K) 
10.57 
1370 
403 
15x3 
1913 
16341 
2>0 
1445 
1521 


reside 
LSreek. 

■7.31 

276 

1101 

'J02 
299 
1323 
1017 
054 
781 
787 
230 
23 4 
420 
731 
270 
321 
209 
720 
10.7 
1026 

6!'5 

979 

53 

745 

811 

77 
853 

1216 
858 
159 
147 

1359 
363 

'495 
5oO 

48539 

, 13 

I'res 
It. 

2086 
226-5 
2156 
MJol 
3024 
1164 
3422 
2009 
3219 
17U4 
2753 
3709 
3303 
2758 
4-547 
2125 
1951 
9987 
2588 
1163 
2X27 
3o32 
24*4 

1XT0 

4020 
1965 

2826 
2986 
3886 

2H.xl 
2'-'7(K> 
2177 
1 13 
2178 






710 




Mitchell 


740 
529 




Montgomery 


727 
... 1019 






837 




New II 11 DO Vet* 


... 3915 






... 1931 






417 




Orange 


... 1453 

... 1047 






913 






933 




|»itt 


... 1531 




l'ulk 

IttUlilolpIl 


... 1752 






... 1251 






... 1318 




Rockingham 


. . . 1463 






... 1332 






, 1279 




Stokes 


783 




Transylvania 

Tyrrell 


818 
1 86 
195 
811 




Warren 

Warrington 

Wilkes 

Wilson 


... 2308 
955 

120.5 
697 




Yadkin 


840 






2G6 




COUNTIES. 


96438 




Allen 






Ashland 
























Itrnwu 

Butler. 

Carroll 







Champaign 

Clark 


















Coshocton 












Darke 






























(ialliii 


















Guernsey 






Hancock 

Hardin 






Harrison 












56 



EVENING- JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



OHIO — Continued,. 

, 18(33 > 

President. Sec. State. 

COUNTIES. 15. I). II. D. 

ITenry 1117 1464 1045 1588 

Highland 30:58 2*50 2947 2924 

Hocking 1369 2111 1206 20861 

Holmes 1083 2859 1004 2908 

Huron , 4019 2243 3W6 233!) 

Jackson 2083 1012 2017 1790 

Jefferson 3394 2117 3305 2207 

Knox 2908 2766 2901 2*32 

Luke 2909 889 2802 921 

Lawrence 3159 1047 2901 1743 

Licking 3487 4432 3379 4506 

Losan 2778 1770 26*9 1875 

Lorain 4413 1930 4300 1987 

Lucas 4*73 3087 4595 3*340 

Madison 1682 1550 1023 16M 

Mahoning 3387 2757 3207 2775 

Marion 1548 1936 1457 1941 

Medina 2686 1693 2797 1792 

Mvigs 3538 2027 3242 2161 

Mercer 884 2394 763 2271 

Miami 3958 26391 3843 2881 

Monroe 1443 3397 1274 3283 

Montgomery 6502 6113 (>458 6644 

Morgan 2521 1895 2434 1941 

Morrow 2469 1870 2406 1814 

Muskingum 4671 4534 4552 4685 

Noble 2204 1715 2185 1790 

Ottawa 963 1304 922 1492 

Paulding KM 623 759 646 

Perry 1725 1986 1625 2011 

Pickaway 2176 2725 2095 2816 

Pike 1155 1727 1047 1743 

Portage 3604 2362 3483 2401 

Preble 2738 1908 2779 1987 

Putnam 1184 2003 1109 2083 

liicliland 3300 3754 3227 3750 

Koss 3230 3645 3085 3735 

Sandusky 2443 2816 2376 3059 

Scioto 2904 2192 2*07 2342 

Seneca 2977 3540 2900 3595 

Snell»y 1626 2274 1596 2473 

Stark. 5601 4913 53*0 50*7 

Summit 4634 2544 4317 2512 

Trumbull 5338 2313 5054 2373 

Tscarawu8 3145 3432 3013 3602 

Union 2361 1*54 2245 1534 

Van Wert 1547 1431 1505 1458 

Vinton 1499 1554 1487 1621 

Warren 3917 1*75 3893 1983 

Washington 4353 3303 4049 3*14 

Wayne 3557 3*16 3457 3891 

Williams 22*0 1810 2104 1*02 

Wood 2957 1891 279:! 10*4 

Wyandotte 1731 2190 1623 2I5J 



, 1867 , 


, 1 


3G6 » 


, 18G4 — ^ 


Governor. 


Sec. 


State. 


Pres 


dent. 


It. 


1). 


K. 


I>. 


R. 


1). 


955 


1544 


1006 


1402 


924 


1271 


2**1 


2883 


3050 


2655 


3105 


2582 


1179 


2129 


1115 


1819 


13x4 


18*7 


957 


2.^8 


942 


2755 


1063 


26*3 


36*3 


2273 


4010 


2052 


4441 


2090 


1*57 


1831 


1929 


1669 


1955 


1317 


2969 


2202 


3210 


1763 


3375 


1732 


2814 


2811 


2924 


2471 


2*56 


2528 


2392 


830 


2402 


557 


2781 


582 


2809 


2259 


2346 


1394 


2962 


1113 


3133 


4441 


33! '2 


4040 


3322 


3860 


2516 


1837 


2595 


1649 


2577 


1617 


4 095 


1807 


4373 


1703 


4586 


1650 


3844 


2l<55 


4193 


2624 


3794 


20<>5 


1515 


1 533 


1614 


1440 


1671 


1165 


2*98 


260! 


2935 


2276 


3042 


2422 


1377 


1953 


1523 


1679 


1441 


1690 


2626 


1686 


2772 


1639 


2625 


1629 


2773 


2185 


2931 


1669 


3593 


1464 


698 


2323 


763 


2011 


826 


1926 


335! 


2*10 


3716 


2537 


3791 


2348 


1111 


3477 


1069 


2863 


1411 


3200 


5603 


62*2 


5623 


5608 


5526 


5284 


2403 


1953 


2446 


1825 


2606 


1727 


2240 


1801 


2249 


1603 


2405 


1672 


4315 


4 71 


4562 


4207 


4421 


3*97 


2009 


1873 


2153 


1699 


°l°2 


1722 


803 


12(H) 


892 


1018 


822 


842 


761 


666 


753 


490 


805 


368 


1599 


2090 


1720 


1912 


1823 


1864 


1*82 


2*70 


2r6l 


2539 


2201 


2527 


973 


1770 


1037 


1519 


104!' 


1941 


3342 


2317 


3365 


1972 


3478 


1918 


2 l°2 


1867 


2717 


17til 


2719 


1706 


972 


2020 


1164 


l!'54 


1117 


1710 


3068 


3691 


2057 


3314 


31*7 


3401 


2**9 


3-834 


3272 


3363 


3381 


3200 


2261 


2837 


2407 


2556 


2297 


2>!75 


2:;37 


2535 


2619 


2131 


2799 


2051 


2739 


3584 


2979 


3343 


3085 


3311 


1350 


2393 


1483 


2071 


1603 


2028 


4ii69 


4*21 


4809 


4052 


4797 


42*0 


3942 


2274 


3719 


Iri76 


4191 


1823 


452'. 


2189 


4623 


1785 


50*9 


1907 


2746 


34*3 


2997 


3205 


3020 


3129 


218 


1537 


2206 


1270 


2128 


1266 


1403 


1408 


1482 


1296 


1294 


1201 


1302 


1634 


1376 


1363 


1119 


1323 


3639 


1905 


3943 


1742 


3851 


1595 


3722 


37 IS 


3796 


3162 


4028 


3056 


3313 


3704 


3343 


3102 


3181 


3413 


2599 


J 801 


22*2 


1630 


2197 


1495 


2420 


1*00 


27*3 


1333 


2586 


1492 


10U9 


2183 


1731 


1925 


1740 


1874 



COUNTIES. 

Raker 

Bentnn 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Columbia 

Coos 

Curry 

Douglas 

Grant 

Jackson 

Josephine 

l.xiie 

Linn 

Marion 

Multnomah .... 

Polk 

Tillamook 

Umatilla 





280222 239032 2 


37061 249689 243605 240622 


256302 


213606 265154 


205508 








OREGON. 
















lOPO 




, 1866 * 

Governor. 


l^" 1 








President. 


Congress. 


Pres 


dent. 




Preslc 


ent. 


v 


R, 


I). 


It. 


D. 


It. 


1). 


It. 


1). 


Line. 


Doug. 


Dell. 


Brec. 


335 


497 


361 


591 


383 


999 


217 


848 










536 


519 


530 


543 


527 


491 


345 


;{55 


213 


130 


3 


392 


673 


592 


657 


649 


632 


5U) 


5**. 


364 


410 


179 


2 


323 


120 


95 


137 


107 


117 


48 


140 


41 


63 


38 




29 


80 


109 


85 


1.6 


W- 


104 


71 


67 


62 


45 




36 


228 


169 


211 


188 


183 


85 


104 


64 










83 


85 


84 


33 


58 


43 


69 


26 










755 


648 


676 


6*2 


(331 


545 


564 


451 


322 


284 


23 


506 


313 


355 


385 


425 


317 


254 














537 


769 


525 


805 


502 


1191 


467 


£6!) 


377 


399 


89 


672 


154 


191 


174 


20? 


153 


179 


154 


194 


253 


211 


18 


351 


659 


775 


653 


834 


579 


700 


5*6 


600 


507 


155 




565 


006 


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1006 


1302 


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934 


582 


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673 


534 


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1102 


1062 


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598 


805 


17 


286 


1280 


1162 


1121 


1181 


12H5 


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1224 


771 


571 


364 


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261 


570 


558 


618 


659 


680 


665 


472 


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400 


4 


215 


64 


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43 


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557 


231 


493 


270 


617 


396 


515 


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EVENING JOURNAL 


ALMANAC, 1869. 






57 


COUNTIES. 
Umpqua 


Pre* 
B. 

'366 
255 
607 
625 

109G1 
riES. 


18(33 > « I860 , 

ident. Congress. Governor. 
D. It. D. K. D. 

'658 '281 '603 - 285 *4JG 
354 ':■■! 451 355 413 
315 475 328 4(15 859 
656 014 504 5)58 555 

11125 J 0580 11780 102-3 9956 

PENNSYLVAN 


, 1*61 , 

President. 

n. i>. 
'323 '40.5 

1148 1208 
457 221 
486 348 

9883 8457 

IA. 

, 1807 , 

Sup. Court. 

II. 1). 
2 157 2-29 
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3235 2034 
2-18 2278 
2305 2014 
6117 11913 
3113 2500 
5-4(5 2(33 
6224 6910 
2.<>:» 2663 
2003 3C20 

.<58 • 300 

1(>7 2121 
27-*j K473 
'i'tbi 5853 

1410 2003 
14" 2740 
1^2 2228 
WO 3453 
54:i0 4018 
3«l 4231 
5247 3-47 
32o7 2148 

286 751 
5504 3121 
SI -4 3fc»9 

2*0 319 
3"/ 73 30(52 

709 1010 
134! 2753 
3009 22-53 
300* ]*ii7 
18D6 1*51 
1363 Uir'5 
13700 7475 
2*33 12-1 
3035 2501 
3514 5141 
7085 10104 
30i>4 4357 

705 545 
30:15 3414 
1505 1700 

543 2359 
65*0 75*3 
1006 13-3 
3027 5! 179 
3023 3409 
2427 2202 
495*7 52075 

235 901 
1134 481 
725(5 83-0 
1(30 1 199 
2756 1541 

421 158:! 
3947 20!K) 
40! O 1425 
107.5 1200 
30+) 2(5 10 
2131 1450 
4013 4513 
2320 2.5*i 5 
42! 3 5(545 
1:557 1474 
3*43 70; I 








President. 

Line. Dong. Bell. Brec. 

lil 72 .... 75 

'J63 'l48 !!!! '255 
371 134 3 13* 
415 211 7 217 

5270 3951 183 5006 

, 1860 , , 1304 , 

Governor. President, 

It. 1). It. 1). 
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20.511 1279.5 2151!) 12-114 
37.53 31178 352(5 3211 
33 10 2385 3237 2104 
2501 2-:!5 2336 2752 
7121 13288 0710 13206 
3520 27(53 3293 2I581J 
71:54 309! 0*c5 3007 
•5.805 7399 15436 7:';i5 
3544 30*51 3475 2047 
2643 32!(5 2244 3030 

374 303 32.5 2:52 
1006 2339 1721 2:51 
3094 35*3 2*17 3:!!'!i 
*5(H) (5221 844(5 59-7 
1770 2-13 1780 2*33 
1(550 27*6 1.516 2*01 
1754 23:57 16.56 2135 
l'J65 358:] 1914 34(57 
G714 4900 6411 4520 
40;'.i) 4507 3004 4354 
509 1 43)1 5144 4220 
3047 £202 3i»54 2145 

376 016 34* 835 
7237 3"57 0911 3722 
3569 435!) 3221 4120 

1U0 70 85 02 
42'.'!) 410(5 38152 3821 

775 1055 6! '4 906 | 
1(50!) 3230 15-3 3074 
3243 2239 3321 2477 
4453 2109 4320 2197 
2iM5 1912 1*20 1877 
1.516 1-11 1437 1753 
14592 8593 144M) *448 
3500 1410 3408 1389 
4l!-t &V6 37*0 2779 
4159 5731 3008 59.0 
87:3 123*7 7615 10045 
3*71 4448 3-K'l 4207 

877 714 767 653 
4416 3757 4220 3569 
1725 18:15 1643 1713 

7)»5 20!"9 68-5 2008 
728(5 8342 0*72 7043 
1130 1523 1130 14!H5 
3859 (5*70 3726 0:41 
3301 382!) 2915 300* 
25*1 2495 2406 2440 
54205 48*17 55707 44032 

3(30 J 018 2)50 11*0 
131(5 620 13!"0 ISO 
*7!'3 10514 78.51 9540 
1793 1326 1079 1303 
3003 1759 27*8 1719 

436 701 3(59 600 
4429 2!^ I 4203 2959 
4701 1028 4.173 15*4 
1991 12*7 1915 1352 
4109 3403 3K4V 3341 
20*7 1572 2541 1505 
4977 4712 4951 4579 
23-57 2-*3 2274 29*0 
5040 6113 4(30 5977 
1408 1409 1:37 14(0 
5*96 8780 5563 8500 


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COUN 


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It. 
2017 


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torn 

2*9*. 

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3-5.5* 
7013 
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394 
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2028 
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2583 
41 '23 
5455 
4-5!) 4 
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1110 
4555 
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4171 
1107 
3301 
2179 
2233 
2068 
1753 
8513 
1047 
285;! 
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14303 
4-3!» 
730 
4078 
1807 
2015 
8803 
1007 
7762 
4240 
2410 

55173 
1313 
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13IX 
1773 
8.5! 
3399 
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1707 
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IC. 

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23-80 
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2035 
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537 
2120 

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10 8 
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2077 
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4267 
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794! 

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4452 
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8102 
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3195 

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1). 

3174 

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3459 

2075 

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Wit 

3135 
3363 

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441 
2772 
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5390 
4453 
4535 
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13420 
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1209 

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j Armstrong 





254*7 

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2(587 


1 Berks 




7017 


1 Blair.... 




39*6 


! Bradford 




77(58 






70-5 


j Butler 




3«03 






£035 






.. .. 508 






.... 2188 






342!) 






9178 






1003 






1074 






20-50 






2143 


Crawford 




7322 

4171 






6507 








Klk 




568 






8ii()7 






3792 












4151 


Fulton 




8C2 






1-00 






3417 












2147 






1473 


Lancaster ....... 





15702 






4345 


Lehigh 




50U4 






4713 


McKeau 




1028 

4079 


Mifflin 




1816 






802 






80*3 






1209 


Northumberland. 




2604 






609*5 






1703 


Schuylkill 




8707 






1925 






3201 


Sullivan 




473 

4**2 






554!) 






29*1 






4759 






3020 






50.51 


Wayne 





2!HV.) 


York 




6449 








342280 3133*2 


231416 321739 


266324 267 746 


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EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1869. 








COUNTIES. 
RristOl 




RHODE ISLAND. 

, 18GS , ■ 1804 > , 1863 

President. President. Goveri 
R. 1). 15. J). K. 
771 341 780 449 622 
1162 576 1365 815 951 
1532 597 1773 844 1228 
7850 4254 8152 5369 5x82 : 
1678 780 1622 993 1355 
651 248 

12993 6548 14313 8718 10038 S 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

, 18(58 , Constitution, 1868. f 

Registry. r ._ . . f Not ! 

White Col. For - A & st - vol's. 1 

1747 3413 2^21 1100 13*1 

2046 1418 1312 1375 1077 

1921 S696 3357 687 1674 

1284 6.540 4939 159 2955 

1131 8265 12282 3834 4523 

3471 5418 1750 981 740 

1130 21 • *8 722 664 550 

1089 8:55 1403 243 707 

765 15.55 3083 382 1955 

1405 3922 2710 691 1266 

1606 3029 3472 1072 2512 

2532 4382 1986 699 824 

948 2449 2473 145 738 

450 2737 1610 788 1174 

2216 1304 406 773 461 

1105 512 1406 329 1003 

874 1796 M58 780 453 

960 881 1901 1137 1031 

1683 2376 1105 569 921 

1484 974 15*6 1565 590 

1871 17.52 1258 435 520 

9:57 1216 2049 802 642 

1368 2083 487 627 489 

1626 3399 2957 ii«7 1033 
2038 807 391 434 500 
12-53 284!) 2501 1248 879 
2766 1171 1430 1983 1036 
1242 3467 3426 4*2 1249 
1390 1810 1190 771 1122 
823 1768 1644 2W 755 
2007 2052 1933 1576 724 

47171 80379 70758 27288 33551 

TENNESSEE. 

1888 , , 1867 > . 1 

President. Governor. Sec< 
R. I). I!. I). For. 
595 142 613 355 97 

1449 1061 17*6 918 159 
175 31 261 23 793 
365 114 39.5 00 197 

1361 113 1381 344 418 

10*4 265 1091 288 507 
550 40 039 1*8 59 
311 177 431 57 1149 

1193 55 134 «9 967 
761 30 921 66 86 
73 80 207 58 703 
591 43 795 159 259 
7*3 2 938 59 518 
110 297 235 413 1276 
242 6 2-50 4 

4517 1453 5456 999 6685 
121 18 207 03 BIO 
026 262 861 182 KB 
293 144 321 117 1141 
118 346 316 46 811 
821 672 1415 513 1361 
196 130 220 .... 123 
82 118 702 313 1B/i3 
0K7 277 19W 
561 fill 1*79 153 245-< 
921 129 8.57 237 5-6 

1616 656 1530 802 744 


, , 1867 , 

ior. Governor. 
1). R. 1). 
340 403 210 
458 751 333 
307 955 291 
5717 41*1 2097 
846 1261 415 

731 7554 3346 

'onvention, 18G7. 
tor. Ae'st. 
Vliite Col. Unite 
.... 2920 .... 
.... 1364 79 
.... 2172 .... 
.... 4220 .... 
.... 7465 l 

G9 4269 1 

.... 1813 199 

877 245 

.... 1341 1 

.... 2775 l 

30 2845 .... 
.... 3*11 1 
.... 2046 7 
.... 2444 .... 
.... 1570 290 
402 .... 
.... 1433 .... 
.... '853 324 
.... 2153 6 
.... 1060 .... 
1 1472 .... 
.... 1337 13 

30 1969 11 

','.'.'. 2991 "36 
863 251 
. .. 2329 24 
.... 1664 510 
.... 3035 10 
.... 1669 61 
.... 1568 .... 
.... 1757 7 

130 68876 2031 

CfiJ ._ .. 


. 1860 , 

President. 
R. 1). 
1519 834 
1610 879 
667 462 
7202 4*75 
1246 057 

12244 7707 

, 1865— v 

Governor/ 

R. 1). 

361 425 

696 279 

71 260 

80 232 

01 225 

780 061 

084 88 

126 133 

23 502 

329 263 

528 701 

260 44 

83 30 

314 609 

143 41 

174 7 

219 102 

575 424 

219 172 

260 401 

460 90 

355 360 

137 711 

'261 '881 
334 28 
7*2 155 
253 455 
215 355 
51 200 
927 .... 

9776 9109 

loan 












































DISTRICTS. 

Abbeville 

Anderson 


, 1868 , 

President. 

R. 1). 

840 2751 

6:57 2169 

309il 2073 

6383 675 

13150 4386 

1673 1405 

730 960 
1415 781 
3513 1147 
1992 1472 
election.. 
2 9' i.5 119.5 
2680 2155 
1555 K508 

401 1101 
14^2 879 

812 913 
1170 1912 

840 1476 
1749 1797 
1182 919 

999 2003 

3(H 1091 
3057 1998 

323 1K»7 
2476 1389 

505 1965 
3108 1071 

953 1767 
li5*2 780 
1513 2043 

62300 45137 












Berkeley 




Chester . .. 




Eilswfielil K 

K.iiili-ld 

Georgetown 

1 lorry 




Kershaw 

Lancaster 

Laurens 

Marion 

Marlborough 








Iticliliiiicl 












York 




COUNTIES. 




-ssion. President! 
Ac'st. Bell. Breck. D 

1273 314 339 

727 1506 13*9 

223 452 713 

500 361 177 

1 715(5 1261 586 

13>3 710 759 

1000 BIS 271 

127 445 922 

1346 1571 737 

131! 859 205 

55 Vote thrown 
1243 614 718 
1183 933 473 
26 361 1101 

'4C2 38.50 2433 

560 473 362 

042 677 8*2 

71 135 465 

116 793 450 

23 933 361 

G51 135 465 

383 1526 

286 1909 10 9 

11 1313 1511 

1492 1047 667 

2691 1048 2051 


OUZ. 

30 

35 

5 

38 

47 

301 

20 

20 

129 

15 

out. 

10 

14 

7 

3*3 
81 
13 
86 

154 

533 
16 
26 

211 
^ 
17 
33 




liedfonl 
















Bledsoe 








Blount 








Bradley 








Chiiiioii 

Carroll 


•••••• 














ColTee 
















Ditviiisoii 
















De Kalb. 
















Dyer 




•• 




Fentress 

Krnnkliii 

Cili-ou 





■■ 




Giles 

Urnlncer 




... 




i 











EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1809. 






59 


COUNTIES. 


\ 18*38 , 

President 
R. D. 

38 9 
1273 393 

492 

506 810 

698 836 

950 84 

1882 811 

644 105 

163 148 

97 104 

102 119 

436 513 

2013 71 

5(H 1 

3064 603 

67 4S3 

154 174 

33 .... 

4 558 

433 59 

289 267 
439 14 
166 856 

1909 1012 

1259 2^4 

520 75 

327 87 

756 110 

1035 683 

186 34 
85 139 

290 34 
142 48 
296 37 

187 55 
1488 135 

212 406 
957 841 
211 12 

39 11 
1264 41 
5116 2871 

617 215 
120 830 
585 20 
465 378 
262 1733 
626 43 
15 
342 166 
1217 69 
556 45 
506 226 
165 37 
850 1213 
561 835 


, 1867 , 

Governor. 
R. 1>. 
45 59 

1480 BOS 
579 203 
446 663 
875 117 

1167 186 

1655 442 
785 112 
19 
26,2 117 
267 131 
636 342 

2112 161 
623 42 

2881 1621 
296 162 
203 48 
74 1 
780 267 
600 47 
313 503 
472 30 
831 449 

2817 238 

1295 387 
603 127 
353 135 
977 161 

1527 583 
179 100 
272 67 
411 17 
216 62 
211 43 
252 55 

1503 109 
343 493 

2937 361 
250 9 
122 14 

1353 So 

4419 2735 
993 273 
252 631 
776 22 
891 224 
178 1273 
648 208 
67 11 
415 158 

1296 102 
622 24 
769 232 
356 28 

1248 789 
1704 574 
813 8 


Secession. 
For. Ag'st. 
523 9 
854 1260 
279 630 
1529 29 
493 1051 
906 1460 
930 139 
801 1013 
1746 317 
1400 3 
1042 

1483 714 

603 29*7 

111 787 

1214 3196 

763 

1124 75 
223 14 
2912 

447 697 

2754 20 

414 600 

1642 101 

2731 58 

904 1144 

1313 5*6 

4*1 267 

1696 774 

2631 33 

50 630 

2996 64 

1471 364 

780 163 

733 317 

360 202 

554 1568 

3839 17 

2392 73 

" 19 521 

153 100 

60 1528 

7132 5 

1249 676 

1839 99 

1586 627 

6465 69 

943 16 

"303 "ii 
1419 12 
1022 1445 
1409 905 
1189 12(11 
1370 121 
2529 353 
1949 28 

103470 4S236 

, 1S68.- 

Conventi 

For. Ag'7t. 

516 658 

91 75 

35 4 

1037 80 

2 35 

863 138 

'240 "87 
927 123 
70 1 
134 2 
275 64 

1033 3 
477 166 

"ill "70 

126 9 








President. 

Bell, Breck. Dousr. 
74 431 60 

1074 820 165 
309 493 18 
767 555 754 
671 718 142 

1067 1155 87 
880 353 453 

1246 611 74 
887 1803 24 
273 1067 16 
350 654 14 

11-2 1050 33 

1625 681 35 
508 140 4 

2471 859 128 
493 172 270 
476 690 58 
40 255 8 
517 2442 293 
563 430 27 

1441 460 429 
498 347 ■ 56 
662 1326 43 

1434 1731 63 
986 978 141 

1064 493 514 
150 521 88 
915 1099 52 

1426 lii42 95 
168 218 46 
686 835 165 
394 1417 40 
391 520 19 
396 825 63 
289 386 24 

1105 839 43 

1309 930 79 

1540 1505 21 

252 154 1 

Excluded, irregular. 

1035 188 7 

3043 744 2959 

1475 618 60 
412 786 144 
538 1517 69 
883 1677 153 
420 91 563 

'ii6 '187 "i2 
378 1220 14 
967 1331 62 
701 392 73 
900 13:35 126 
763 6*6 2* 
2223 1165 63 
1587 797 32 












Henderson 






Humphreys 


Jackson 




Johnson 


Knox 


Lauderdale 


Lawrence 








Madison 


Marion 


Marshall 


Mc.Minn 


McNairy 














Polk 


Rhea 








Scott 






Shelhy 


Smith 






















White 








COUNTIES. 


56757 


26311 74184 

TEXAS 
, 1867 — 

Registration 
White. Col'd. 
783 835 
394 133 
307 92 
843 988 

73 7 
730 797 

84 8 
539 232 
1059 402 
112 8 
273 75 
317 415 
177 1225 
337 816 
105 2 
560 544 
275 50 


22548 

Total. 

1618 
527 
329 

1761 
80 

1527 

92 

771 

1154 
329 
S4S 
732 

1404 

1153 
107 

1101 
325 


69274 

)n. 

Total. 

1174 

166 

39 

1117 

37 

1001 

'327 
1055 
71 
136 
339 
1041 
743 

'481 
135 


64709 11350 

President. 
Bell. Breck. 
113 911 

'l57 '395 

"m '433. 
2 33 

192 486 

293 986 

23 

' *49 226 

' 65 '390 






















Bee 


















































60 EVENING 


JOURNAL, ALMANAC, 


1869. 








COUNTIES. 


TEXAS 

Reg 
White. 
109 

90 

220 

135 

1309 

1237 

643 

876 

552 

18 

434 
252 

1172 
1235 

404 

S89 
332 

111 

485 

1266 
498 
802 
551 

48 
186 
265 

88 

138 

537 
143 
102 
20 
1383 
126 

raa 

499 
271 
406 

80 
126 
774 
808 
B94 
144 
143 

99 
204 
714 
159 
414 
824 
497 

87 
224 
110 


— Continued. 

-1867 > 

istration. 
Col'd. Total. 

416 825 
146 362 

6 96 

85 305 
81 216 

669 1978 

'254 U91 

116.8 1813 

73 721 

86 553 
39 419 

363 1205 

590 1411 

69 945 

311 863 

18 

'339 *934 

2 436 
20 272 

799 1190 
460 1632 
931 2166 
1153 1408 
831 1235 
953 1171 

12 401 
138 470 
687 1494 
352 1282 

1146 1704 
422 1010 

3 114 

45 178 
1509 2558 
2496 3350 

173 405 

3 67 

129 614 

23 306 
276 1542 
805 1403 
152 954 
265 816 

48 
227 413 
285 549 
100- 1-3 
84 553 
41 239 

168 7H2 

24 167 
11 113 

1 21 
780 2163 

16 142 

417 1199 
551 1050 
300 571 

779 

2 v '' 

5 131 
680 1654 
167 42") 
&>8 1282 

1 145 

501 614 

7 2:i 

13 217 
491 1205 

6 165 
663 1097 
497 1321 
600 997 

169 2-16 

46 270 
52 162 


C 

For. 
400 
181 

15 
137 

66 
174 

"419 

1084 
396 
63 
84 
521 
445 
152 
285 

M7 

107 

845 
550 
967 

1057 
477 

1081 
178 
142 
585 
533 

12-15 
513 

"36 

1331 

1902 

307 
25 
97 
31 

2-4 

741 

181 

188 
40 

004 

184 

"l*3 
43 
185 

95 
51 

'778 

40 

493 

399 

232 
262 

' "3 

1108 

"935 

14 

447 

14 

166 

343 

'433 
667 

197 

'119 


1868 , 

onvention. 

Ag'st. Total. 

115 555 

25 206 

15 

110 247 

50 116 

641 815 

'S20 *749 

64 1143 

15 411 

125 183 

8 92 
243 764 

32 477 
133 285 

55 340 

'1(52 '339 

'"2 *i09 

1 846 

48 598 

967 

23 1085 

181 653 

117 1193 

1 179 

6 143 

2(53 S43 

196 729 

56 1301 
202 720 

'..'.'. "36 

539 1370 

497 2399 

48 255 

25 

95- 192 

36 67 

302 586 

246 987 

63 244 
215 403 

9 49 
40 264 

177 361 

*il2 'i25 
17 60 
9 194 

1 96 
35 86 

*592 1370 

3 43 

133 631 

56 ' 455 

73 305 

64 326 

2 2 
1 4 

89 1197 

"1 '936 

14 

1 448 

3 17 
1 167 

218 561 

"37 *520 

309 886 

3 200 

*"i '126 


, 1860 , 

President- 
Bell. Breck. 
324 
86 315 
11 104 

*i98 i033 

'420 *6S6 
307 513 

"27 'l27 
160 591 

'il5 *483 
S3 491 

"87 'i.53 

475 

442 745 

24 283 

69 523 

205 885 

'.'.'.'. "120 
215 647 

'.'.'.'. *600 
345 634 

111 122 

'196 '630 

' '88 '268 

"m 'ssi 

'i<59 '663 

'ii6 "596 

' '44 '550 
11 136 

'266 *450 
26 232 

"ii 'lis 

65 
'ii3 *263 
*173 '572 








Collin 








Dallas 




I)e Witt 


Ellis 




Erath , 


Falls 






Port Hend 




























Hidalgo 


inn 


Hood 






Hunt 




Jack 










































Milan 

















EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1809. 



61 





IKS. 


















, 1800- 

Preside 
Hell. 13r 

'ids 

G2 
*262 

"io 

193 

'ioo 

'422 
"*9 

"io 

"74 
ino 

171 

"20 

226 




COUNT 
Palo Pinto 


V* 


Itegistratln 
bite. L'ol'd. 

7G 1 
768 549 

454 68 
384 824 

32 

916 '886 
138 30 
456 874 
1159 1260 
255 217 
201 308 

64 13 
145 17 
515 333 
937 122G 

40 3 
636 107 
111) 513 
577 880 
23 1 304 
247 241 
9*8 765 
107 8 
553 1 1 7 
316 3*2 
329 800 
1013 1315 

27 

116 781 
584 182 
102 10 
204 69 
G37 254 
8 1 

54 1 


Total. 

77 

1317 

522 

1208 

32 

1*38 

108 

1336 

2410 

472 

003 

77 

162 

848 

2163 

43 

833 

1628 

1457 

425 

4*8 

1753 

115 

670 

608 

1210 

23-:8 

27 

807 

760 

202 

273 

801 

9 

55 


C 

For. 

6 

89 

119 

357 

'840 

16 

390 

10*7 

151 

255 

5 

20 

276 

"*8 

213 

368 

10S7 

151 

231 

GI2 

11 

219 

379 

1000 

2121 

18 

719 

331 

"ioo 

202 

"30 

43142 

, — 180 
I'resici 

It. 
3567 
2333 
2731 
3227 

613 
2689 

370 
1760 
3365 
2703 
4709 
3033 
41*3 
6I4G 


oiivi-nl.ii 
Atf'st. ' 

3°2 
38 

48 

'255 
24 
53 
137 
107 
141 
6 
K 

39 

" i i 

74 
38 
65 
35 
4 

163 

15 

4 

29 

4() 

513 

5 

97 

"J7 

10 

.... 


n. 

otal. 

6 

481 

157 

405 

io95 

40 

452 

1215 

258 

896 

11 

28 

315 

1112 

1 » 

2*7 

loo 

1112 

|8!» 

235 

774 

25 

223 

408 

1016 

2672 

18 

724 

423 

Tl7 

272 

"31 


it. 
eck. 


Puiinln 


















445 


I'nlk 








502 


Presidio 








'45S 


Itefuffin 


















151 


ltu>k 








1019 






















ft Patricio 










Slltlhy 




















Starr 


















615 


Titus 


















583 












Tyler 








529 












Uvalde 








52 


Van Z.-milt 


















253 


Walker 








474 


Washington 

Webb 






... 


908 










206 










493 


Wis- 










Wilson 










Wood 








200 
























, 1SG8 

President. Govt 
H. 1). It. 
36*0 40.) 3506 
2502 885 '-457 
3078 1069 20*2 
3404 1208 3303 
761 283 637 
2860 J 039 3057 
371 156 341 
18*1 458 1757 
3220 1240 32-57 
2*10 6l-i 2678 
5241 1109 4883 
3718 1380 3501 
4311 941 4218 
G030 1102 5(iS0 






56678 47531 101259 

VERMONT. 

rnor. Governor. 
D. It. 1). 

510 2553 252 
1162 2773 1241 
1330 2266 1135 
1550 2777 986 

287 640 340 
1315 2308 1058 

1X7 367 168 

548 1124 435 
1771 2728 1406 

8i 53 1017 650 
1 115 32- i5 P'.'3 
1678 8551 1211 
1153 2428 761 
1436 3!»07 832 


11246 

cut. 
1). T. 

314 2' 
1021 1! 
1115 2 

923 2'. 

3*5 4 
1156 1! 

168 : 

532 i: 
1701 2 

K20 I 
1247 4 
1552 2! 

1233 :r 
1320 5i 


513388 


15110 

-1«00 

sidenf. 
!.'. lSreck 
41 47 
10 91 
*1 189 
'.5 60 

12 10 
58 227 
89 41 
!2 37 
73 212 

13 120 
13 116 
>9 43 
il 473 

34 291 


47547 


COUNTIES. 

Caledonia 

Chittenden 

Essex 


Pr« 

n. Don 
.26 3 
W7 7 

39 5 
>ll 5 
546 3 
•70 5 

'*> 3 
11 ! 
451 2 
78 13 
'II 12 
•:!2 4 
113 9 


Bell. 

17 
12 
20 
25 
1 
"0 


Orange 

Orleans 


6 
3 

38 
6 


P.ulland 

Washington 


23 

"4 
17 




26 



44167 12045 42527 15274 31604 11510 42119 13321 33808 8649 1969 213 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



--1S68- 



COUNTIRS. 

Harbour 

Berkeley .... 
Hoone. 



— , 1S61 , 

President. Governor. President 



II. 

689 
1009 
142 



lira x ton 242 



llrooke . .. 

Cabell 

Calhoun.... 

(,'l;iv 

nniltlriifgd . 

Fayette 

Gilmer 

Grant ...... 

Greenbrier. 
Hampshire. 
Hancock... 

Hardy 

Harrison ... 



480 

251 
124 

99 
CI 5 

42 
1*0 
383 
191 
127 
432 

59 
1430 



I). 

278 
491 

79 
505 
148 
113 

21 
418 

'l84 
19 
161 
413 
383 
235 

1073 



K. 
657 

923 
166 
32 > 
487 
241 
127 

92 
686 
2*8 
193 
329 
151 
116 
47G 

60 
1341 



l>. 
312 
508 
128 
136 
406 
173 
111 

79 
476 
277 
2-11 

36 
206 
470 
375 
252 
1221 



503 
726 



461 
191 



D 
293 



401 



214 34 



163 
424 
251 

1323 



863 



COUNTIES. 
Jackson. . 
Jefferson . 
Kanawha 
Lewis .... 
Lincoln .. 
I.oiran .... 
Marion. .. 
Marshall.. 
Mason . . . 
Mercer .. 
Mineral . 
Mniiqncal 
Monroe . . 
Mor:.Mn . 
McDowell 
Nicholas 
Ohio .... 



, 1868 , 

President. Governor 

II. 1>. 

795 353 

203 
1288 

G30 



!'/ 

SX 

1197 

1672 

1273 

ft9 

363 
1518 

221 

325 
41 

141 
2329 



120 

940 
651 
103 
87 
8-53 
Pli5 
1030 
122 
2*0 

10-2 
95 

."13 
2497 



701 

150 

1126 

509 

78 

61 

1149 

14! -0 

1217 

124 

353 

1411 

1«0 

341 

70 

39 

2185 



l>. 

407 
140 
954 

742 
80 

107 

!"9li 
076 

1111 

133 
323 

9*2 
68 
96 
41 
17 
2310 



, — isfil — , 
President. 



It. 

679 

174 

1431 

649 



10«2 
1470 
1316 



1321 
265 



143 
2133 



l». 

190 
21 
26 

443 



511 

770 
302 



705 



2008 



62 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



West Virginia — Continued. 





, 


1863 


^ 


— 1864— , 




President. 


Governor. 


Presic 


ent. 


COUNTIES. 


D. 


R. 


1). 


R. 


D. 


Pendleton.. 


291 


123 


243 


137 


2!1 




Pleasants .. 


281 


310 


27° 


330 


267 


215 


Pocahonta9 


1!K) 


45 


1H7 


48 






Preston .... 


1735 


751 


1387 


770 


1612 


564 




435 


291 


413 


292 


338 


109 


Italeiph .... 


92 




206 


120 






Randolph .. 


220 


176 


211 


238 


177 


50 


Ritchie 


768 


3*7 


700 


415 


673 


217 




433 


179 


371 


228 


275 


31 




786 


052 


716 


765 


7eo 


349 



COUNTIES 

Tucker 

Tyler 

Upshur 

Wayne 

Webster .... 

Wetzel 

Wirt 

Wood 

Wyoming.... 



/ 


1. 


<68 




- — 1S66 — , 


President. 


Governor. 


President. 


. R. 


1). 


K. 


1). 


R. I). 


58 


137 


no 


143 


56 36 


836 


51U 


747 


536 


709 320 


799 


47 


721 


321 


819 60 


1P6 


84 


287 


192 


. 


23 


68 


36 


104 




478 


807 


409 


799 


329 756 


405 


309 


391 


345 


2r>2 209 


1668 


1908 


1497 


1436 


1496 591 






169 


83 





28407 19862 26y35 22218 23152 10438 



WISCONSIN. 



—1868 , , 1867 v , 1865 , , 1864 , , 1860 , 

President. Governor. Governor. President. President. 

COUNTIES. 11. D. R. I). R. D. R. I). Line. Dour. 

Adams 958 320 624 194 594 126 581 222 844 301 

Ashland 9 SO 3 34 29 23 14 29 35 32 

Bayfield 20 24 12 9 

Drown 1806 2019 815 1217 447 846 730 12*6 873 1239 

Buffalo 1093 453 708 388 523 211 597 284 459 190 

Burnett 41 6 27 

Calumet 985 1135 6*7 823 485 573 444 718 706 605 

Chippewa 676 692 309 361 200 223 255 293 256 241 

Clark 411 137 233 98 109 39 171 48 159 90 

Columbia 3867 1893 2649 1603 2021 1087 26-52 1483 3386 1618 

Crawford 1104 11*6 845 1007 517 581 711 786 *28 838 

Dane 5731 4*78 4530 4217 3535 2rtK) 4018 3*11 4793 4214 

Dodge 3634 5675 2804 4795 2702 3580 3226 4698 4393 4499 

Door 643 165 404 126 309 68 256 75 250 123 

Douglas 73 73 51 64 45 54 37 67 70 81 

Dunn.. 1138 352 679 282 417 257 506 251 564 350 

Kau Claire 12*7 707 6ti2 467 422 312 515 362 4!K) 3til 

Pond du Lac 4734 4466 3789 3698 2871 2759 3484 3305 4106 3W)4 

Grant 4640 2071 3095 1649 2577 1131 3247 15HI 3579 L''55 

Green 2791 1294 2094 1137 1552 728 2017 1107 2372 1331 

Green Lake 1803 805 1197 640 1027 422 1441 503 1957 725 

Iowa 2345 1959 1677 1604 1102 1051 1282 1424 1909 1627 

Jackson 1056 376 736 301 506 194 680 207 654 207 

Jefferson 3195 3747 2344 3112 2003 2335 2157 2742 3077 2798 

.Juneau 1415 1114 1030 924 627 556 776 6*7 1033 746 

Kenosha 1530 1194 1173 1083 1055 552 1318 879 K37 924 

Kewaunee 645 851 268 519 123 383 157 753 326 688 

LaCrosse 2368 13*7 1536 1183 1127 735 1531 904 1477 830 

La Fayette 2221 2136 1526 1730 1213 1370 1471 1712 1736 1945 

La Pointe 29 16 15 22 43 30 

Manitowoc 2605 2640 1247 2112 1013 1792 1179 2243 2011 1957 

Marathon 209 787 90 618 112 499 136 527 219 485 

Marquette 660 920 445 748 446 5*0 437 647 781 888 

Milwaukee 6101 9074 3500 7176 2271 5033 3175 6S75 4831 6705 

Monroe 1951 1218 1320 1061 1006 5*1 1160 650 1229 633 

Oconto 842 376 576 2*2 352 241 291 178 593 2*7 

Outagamie 1501 1801 949 n:88 739 1007 651 989 832 1102 

Ozaukee 612 2059 220 2052 263 1643 243 2050 627 1*31 

Pepin 544 222 302 150 231 76 273 119 326 116 

Pierce 1356 533 829 3*7 540 238 656 326 637 413 

I'otk 322 143 224 117 197 112 176 107 199 134 

I'ortace 1232 740 973 6*3 597 369 704 311 944 528 

Itacine 3130 1927 2117 1629 1499 1153 2034 1644 2634 lfittj 

Richland 1619 1101 1166 884 967 637 1020 652 11*7 803 

Rock 5579 2135 4227 1*10 3190 1122 4363 1532 5198 19*0 

St. Croix 1237 811 8*4 775 543 241 594 511 664 600 

Sauk 3262 1366 2060 939 10*1 750 2076 986 2309 1022 

Shawana 299 235 145 148 138 116 134 97 163 114 

Shehoytrau 3062 2456 1858 2079 1605 1669 1953 2185 2731 21*6 

Trempleau 1193 263 622 J65 415 47 573 130 490 134 

Vernon 2248 621 1443 3*4 1164 120 1337 451 

Walworth 4183 15*8 3258 12*6 2*90 852 3455 1193 3910 1606 

Washington 1918 3073 615 8554 599 1969 6m 2923 939 2748 

Waukesha 2931 2970 2303 2656 1939 2025 2010 2196 3020 2573 

Wamiacca 1994 912 1291 720 1109 4^2 1139 541 1340 591 

Waushara... 1741 380 998 813 1050 2HI 1053 2*2 1534 429 

WiunebaKO 4712 2742 3161 2110 2180 1299 2926 1772 3225 1W7 

Wood 401 442 282 352 223 259 247 248 3b2 359 

Soldier.*' vote 1200 277 14550 3291 

108317 84695 73637 68873 58332 4t>330 83153 65884 86110 65908 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



63 



RECAPITULATION 



-1808- 



-1864- 



Vote by States. 

-1S60- 



President. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 57134 

Illinois 250293 

Indiana 176552 

Iowa 120;;!)!) 



It. 

76868 

22112 
64599 

60(195 
3343 



Kansas 
Kentucky 
Louisiana , 

Maine 

Maryland . 
Massachusetts ... 



31048 
30556 
34420 
70483 
80590 
136589 



Michigan 128560 

Minnesota 43744 

Mississippi 

Missouri 84116 

Nebraska 9729 

Nevada (3480 

New Hampshire .... 38216 

New Jersey 79-*2 

New York". 419893 

North Carolina 96488 

Ohio 280222 



Oregon 

Pennsylvania .. 
Rhode Island . . 
South Carolina. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 

Virginia 

West Virginia. 



II 1961 

342280 

12999 

62300 
56757 



I). 

72086 
19078 
54C78 
47952 
6469 

102829 

199143 
166980 
74040 
14019 
I 15889 
79508 
42377 
62 137 
59221 
97063 
28204 

'69685 

5439 

5218 
31218 
8:27*9 

429*57 
85311 

239032 

in 25 

313382 

6548 
45137 
26311 



President. 
R. D. 



62134 

44691 

8155 



189496 
150422 
89075 
1644L 
27786 

"esiii 

40153 
J 26742 

91521 
25060 



41841 
43285 

8767 



158730 

1302:;; 

49596 

3691 

64301 

'46992 
B2739 

4*745 
74604 
17375 



Dour. 

18661 

5227 

88516 

15522 

1023 

867 

11590 

160215 

115509 

55111 



48831 
28732 
34334 
14611 

7337 

8513 
51889 

2404 
12295 

1048 



72750 31678 



9826 

36400 

60723 

368735 

265 i 54 

9888 

296391 

14349 



6594 
32871 
68024 
361986 

205568 

8457 

276316 

8713 



44167 12045 42419 13321 



2*467 



Wisconsin 108847 



19862 
84695 



23152 

83458 



10433 
65*84 



25651 53143 

7625 226*1 

26693 6368 

6966 421-2 

34372 5939 

65057 805 

1J920 748 

3283 40797 

68801 31317 

'25831 "2il2 

62801 

312510 

2701 48539 

187232 11405 

3951 5006 

10765 178871 

7707 

'11350 '64709 

47548 

6849 218 

16290 74323 

*6502i "'888 



President. 

Breck. Total, D. Line. Bell. 

62482 27875 

33959 20094 

72850 39173 6817 

30163 43792 3291 

8360 3815 3864 

8910 5437 

63479 42886 

162619 172161 4913 

127*04 139033 6306 

56159 70409 1763 

'78794 "i364 '66053 

30306 20204 

33061 62811 2046 

4*448 2294 41700 

40311 106533 22331 

65862 88480 405 

12668 22069 62 

44080 25040 

90118 17023 68372 

'27993 '37519 ""44i 

62801 5*324 

312510 362646 

51240 44990 

19*037 231610 12194 

8957 5270 1-3 

195636 268030 12776 

7707 12244 



76059 69274 

47548 15433 

7067 33803 1969 

90613 1929 74681 

'65909 *86ii6 "iei 



3008522 2699023 2223035 1311754 1375157 8479-33 2223110 1866452 690631 



TERRITORIES. 
Arizona. 

An election for delegate tolBoise. 
Congress was held June 3, 1808,!ldaho ... 



Ada.... 
Alturas. 



with the following result: 



Nez Perce. 
Oneida .... 



Richard C. McCormick, 
(Ind.Un.) 1263|&!ffi 



John A. Hush (Dem.). 
Samuel Adams (In. Dem.) 



014 
186 



Shoshone. 



Colorado. 



Arapahoe ... 

Boulder . 

Clear Creek. 

Conejos 

Costilla 

Douglas 

El Paso 

Fremont .... 

Gilpin 

Huerfano.... 
Jefferson .... 

Lake 

Larimer 

Las Animas.. 

Pueblo 

Park 

Saguache.... 

Summit 

Weld 



R. D. 



34 




2218 3102 



CITIES. 



113 



37 
15 



578 



Idaho. 



Election for delegate to Con 
gress, August, 1868. 



R. D. 

32; Albany .6228 8133 

...Alleghanv, Pa 5632 2396 

... I New York 47880 108079 

2 Brooklyn 260*6 38031 

... Baltimore 9052 21661 

12 Buffalo >9168 8587 

69 Troy. N. Y 4:105 4990 

204; Pittsburgh. Pa .... ^076 6462 

20 1 Detroit 5903 6444 

... I Nashville *4072 962 

34 Lowell, Mass -3152 1583 

lie Cambridge S8079 1977 

...'Hartford, Ct 2964 3578 

4 N ewh a ven , Ct 3*25 5505 

...Norwich, Ct 1618 1215 

...Bridgeport, Ct 1029 1642 

45 Springfield, Mass.. v 2485 1106 

— - line, Pa -1357 897 

5<J1 Syracuse, N. Y.... -42n5 35*7 

Jersey City 3275 52-50 

Leavenworth >1543 1497 

Quincy 1*46 2154 

Peoria 1521 1822 



, R. D. 

Rockford, 111 1771 457 

Aurora. Ill M539 486 

Davenport, Iowa.. » 1712 872 

Dubuque, Iowa... 1591 1725 

St. Paul, Minn.... 14*7 1049 

Omaha '16*7 1365 

Galesburg » 1282 346 

Indianapolis 1 49.31 3554 

Bochester '5406 5147 

Harrisburgh, Pa .. ^2090 1794 

New Orleans, La.. 276 23-97 

Concord, N. H.... 1524 868 

Augusta. Me '967 623 

Milwaukee, His .. 4967 6983 

Portland. Me 3272 1905 

Chicago, 111 22422 17257 

Mobile. Ala 4138 5126 

Charleston, S. C... '5156 3801 

St. Louis, Mo 16222 13333 

Newark. N. J 9318 8406 

Louisville, Ky 1421 8849 

Memphis, Tenn.,.^4813 2436 

San Francisco, Cal. ~2I84 135*2 

Roston, Mass '15331 12235 

Philadelphia, Pa.. ^^-S 55173 

Cleveland '7**9 5742 

Columbus v 2315 3435 

Toledo 2929 21*9 

Dayton v x 2736 2354 

Sprinirfield 1453 766 

Hamilton , 820 13' 

Zinesville 1051 1045 

Xenia x 1686 320 

Sandusky ' 1060 827 

Akron % 1251 462 

Chillicothe x 689 903 

Portsmouth 966 645 

Steubenville ^ 918 515 



\ 



64 



EVENING JOUENAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



STATE ELECTION RETURNS — BY TOWNS. 



CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD 



Hartford, 

Avon, 

Berlin, 

Bloomfield, 

Bristol 

Burlington, 

Canton, 

East Hartford,.. 
East Windsor, .. 
East Granby, ... 

Enfield, 

Farrninston, .... 
Glastenbury,.... 

Granby, 

Ilartland, 

Manchester 

Marlborough, ... 
New* Britain,.... 

Rocky Hill 

Simsbury 

Southington, .... 
South Windsor,. 

Suffield 

West Hartford,. 
Wethersfield, ... 

Windsor, 

Windsor Lock3,. 



COUNTY. 

,■—186? — , 
President. 

R. D. 
2963 S5T9 

125 83 



,— 186S— -* 
Govern'r. 



282 
130 
409 

74 
SOI 
372 
274 

73 
470 



215 
21* 
445 
189 
193 
SI8 
228 
136 
312 



O.) 



438 310 
357 371 
150 
1(19 
242 
78 
661 
121 
167 
434 
207 
333 
125 
197 
293 
208 



si 

72 
403 

60 
814 

88 
189 
409 
166 
404 
192 
273 
235 
131 



R. 

2918 
129 
£92 
103 
392 

79 
302 
355 
278 

70 
430 
423 
356 
223 

68 
412 

50 
738 

88 
182 
404 
173 
379 
186 
265 
236 
127 



D. 
3574 
92 

230 
215 
445 
192 
226 
326 
233 
135 
330 
332 
367 
173 
104 
243 
93 
717 
120 
198 
454 
2° 2 
358 
141 
200 
291 
206 



NEW HAVEN 
New Haven, 
Bethany, .... 
Bran ford, ... 
Cheshire, . .. 

Derby 

East Haven, 
Guilford,.,.. 
Hannlen,. ... 

Madison 

Meriden, 

Mi'idlebury, . 

Milford 

Naugatuck,. 
North Branford, 
North Haven,.. 

Orange 

Oxford 

Prospect, 

Seymour 

Southbury 

Wallingford,.;.;. 

Waterbury 

Wolcott, 

Woodbridge,... 



9931 9924 9657 10217 
COUNTY. 
3822 5505 
78 148 



224 
210 
717 
312 
353 
250 
257 
1234 
94 
342 
201 
133 
187 



316 
255 
658 
246 
272 
316 
228 
754 

43 
395 
306 
111 
149 
185 
192 

53 



3524 
80 
186 

208 

6t;o 

312 
333 
235 
257 
1134 
93 
315 
207 
141 
197 
265 
141 




5777 
161 
369 
275 
663 
270 
276 
348 
247 
882 

51 
425 
317 
105 
160 
197 
190 

62 

273 

173 

395 

1243 

HI 

60 



10722 12192 10089 12983 
NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, 879 824 866 892 

Norwich 1613 1215 1558 1243 

Bozral 112 70 107 69 

Colchester 272 272 285 250 

East Lyme, 141 178 154 179 

Franklin 87 82 79 93 

Griswold 264 142 251 158 

Oroton 624 368 530 430 

Lebanon 272 135 279 149 

Ledyard 152 151 170 145 

Lisbon 66 75 53 71 

Lyme 146 98 150 130 



,— 1868— ^ , — 1S6S— x 

President. Govern'r. 

R. D. D. R. 

Mentvilte 260 158 238 174 

North Stonmgtcn, 237 175 252 175 

Old Lyme, 117 136 127 163 

Preston 182 309 162 300 

Salem 93 80 92 93 

Sprarae Ill 156 103 180 

Stunington, 604 427 559 482 

Waterford 214 248 215 248 



FAIRFIELD 

Bridgeport 

Fairfield, 

Bethel. 

Brookfield, 

Darien, 

Danbury, 

Easton, 

Greenwich 

Huntington, 

Monroe, 

New Canaan 

New Fairfield 

Newtown, 

Norwalk, 

Redding, 

Ridgefield, 

Stamford, 

Sherman, 

Stratford, 

Trumbull, 

Weston 

Westport, 

Wilton 



6336 5299 6230 5629 
COUNTY. 



1628 1642 
486 473 



235 
117 
189 
889 
149 
541 
170 
136 
304 

71 
263 
1118 
194 
259 
820 

75 
2&9 
144 

63 
248 
216 



1453 1638 
467 492 



159 
153 
121 
765 
163 
578 
181 
178 
233 
115 
437 
751 
174 
226 
640 
113 
270 
177 
149 
347 
188 



228 
113 
187 
836 
148 
412 
157 
124 
282 

74 
263 
978 
185 
245 
696 

79 
273 
140 

56 



LITCnFIELD 

Litchfield 

Barkhamsted, 174 173 

Bethlem 81 95 

Bridgewater, 48 181 

Canaan 94 192 

Colebrook, 143 119 

Cornwall 187 196 

Goshen 149 78 

Hanvinton 151 89 

Kent 158 199 

Morris 63 119 

New Hartford, 295 222 

New Milford, 381 376 

North Canaan, 139 172 

Norfolk 158 110 

Plymouth, 474 284 

Koxbury 104 153 

Salisbury, 272 393 

Sharon 195 321 

Tonington 341 239 

Warren 74 69 

Washington, 163 201 

Watertown, 244 130 

Winchester 475 311 

Woodbury 264 213 



66 
163 
237 
459 



Ash ford, 163 156 

Canterbury, 162 184 

Chaplin 90 85 



216 
151 

167 
93 



168 
165 
118 
785 
176 
675 
197 
177 
260 
115 
443 
8-_9 
164 
229 
673 
122 
261 
187 
159 



226 3« 
209 197 



8614 8235 7831 8596 
COUNTY. 
298 350 



286 354 
176 166 

74 

45 

91 
150 
176 
138 
152 
162 

65 
306 
352 
106 
157 
468 
101 
227 



187 
194 
1J3 
222 
ill 
93 
182 
114 
257 
421 
193 
125 
308 
155 
416 
196 330 
359 247 



91 

199 
137 
327 



266 216 



6130 4985 4978 5283 
WINDHAM COUNTY. 
Brooklyn 216 10' 



117 

162 

188 

81 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



65 



WINDHAM COUNTY- (Continued.) 

, — 1(5(18 — , , — 1868 — , 

President fiovern'r. 

Jt. D. it. D. 

Eastford HO 89 138 04 

Hampton 125 73 1 'JO 7k 

Killilifdy 618 374 570 4';:; 

Plainfleld, 370 Z37 889 $B 

Pomfnet r.H) 08 ino mi 

Putnam 350 104 344 111 

Scotland, 07 7.3 83 77 

Sterling Ida 0(i 117 K'5 

Thompson 410 1 17 401 158 

Vohintown, 188 01 155 K'O 

Windham 595 855 477 2>7 

Woodstock, 454 144 451- 157 

4167 2335 4020 2540 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown 800 017 7*6 055 

liaddam, 101 205 1M> 318 

Chatham 211 172 223 104 

Chester, 153 89 140 104 

Clinton 201 123 215 135 

Cromwell 140 170 ]M 102 

Durham 137 122 134 13(1 

East lladdam 300 231 343 234 



,_18fi« — , / _!8fi8— , 

President. Govern'r. 

It. I). B. D. 

Esspjc 24« 150 253 100 

KlHinxwortti 89 163 87 100 

Ohl Saybrook 130 02 139 112 

Portland 2*4 178 203 208 

Saybrook 187 102 185 106 

Westbrnok 140 02 140 mi 

MiddleQeld 130 50 116 72 

8473 2073 3352 3168 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland 142 102 133 182 

Andover 68 72 50 7* 

Uoltoi 51 62 48 85 

Columbia 07 120 77 116 

Coventry 2oo 143 26.1 138 

EMlfiRton 170 167 175 100 

Hebron 150 12:5 177 128 

Mansfield 297 i:«i 294 106 

gnmera 171 152 152 176 

Stafford, 371 371 3*0 388 

Union 00 00 94 88 

VeiVTQn 625 251 504 203 

Willington 136 101 156 107 

2622 2000 2611 2125 



MAINE. 



ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. 

,—1368 — i 

Govern'r. 

H. D. 

Auhurn, 008 521 

Durham 105 174 

East Livermore, 16* 70 

Greene 154 123 

Lewiston, 1356 621 

Lisbon, 281 122 

Leeds 178 137 

Livermore, 205 125 

Minot, 231 130 

Poland 341 283 

Turner 354 870 

Wales 02 74 

Webster 126 50 

4660 2717 



,—1868 — ■ 
Govern'r. 



Alva 

Castle Hill,. 
Oakfield. ... 
Peerham. .. 
Westfield,.. 
No. 0, R. 6, . 



It. 
46 
23 
47 



2334 1057 
CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 



AROOSTOOK COUNTY. 



Amity, 

Ashland, 

Bridgewafcer, 

Easton 

Fort Fairfield, .... 

Hodgdon, 

Houlton, 

Linneus, 

Ludlow 

Lyndon 

Maysville, 

Monticello, 

New Limerick, 

Orient 

Presque Isle, 

Sherman. ./. 

Smyrna, 

Washburn, 

Weston, 

Bancroft, 

Crystal 

Mapleton , 

Raton Grant, .... 

Macwahoe, , 

Dayton 

Forestville 

Havnesville , 

Island Falls, 

Moro 



20 
40 
26 
71 

231 
0<l 

248 
84 
26 
30 
02 
60 
17 
20 

130 

116 
10 
55 
37 
19 
34 
63 
27 
14 
7 

24 

9 

44 

13 



40 
2 s 
44 
15 
*7 
66 
I4S 
74 
20 
34 
89 
83 
40 
12 
37 
3:! 

5 
21 
42 
24 
17 
12 
48 
14 

4 
20 

6 

1 
15 



Baldwin 154 

Bri.lcton 407 

Brunswick, 553 

Cape Elizabeth, 481 

Casco 113 

Cumberland, 177 

Falmouth 216 

Freeport 367 

(torham 459 

Gray 181 

Harps well 168 

Harrison, 170 

Naples, 1 15 

New Gloucester 242 

North Yarmouth.... 150 

Otisfield 181 

Portland, 3357 

Pownal 137 

Raymond, 122 

Scarborough, 139 



Seb 
Standish, .. 
WVstl'took. 
Windham, . 

Yarmouth, 



07 

741 
S64 
262 



78 
50 
.. 165 
.. 452 
83 
... 194 
57 
41 
New Sharon, 261 



Avon, 

Carthage.... 
Chesterville, 
Farmington, 

Industry, 

Jay 

Kinefield,... 
Madrid, 



9644 
FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



137 
274 
357 
458 
12* 
200 
210 
177 
323 
247 
210 
148 
169 
150 
75 
134 
2379 
126 
163 
200 
9S 
250 
633 
255 
206 

7869 



M 
6* 
87 
BOB 

07 



58 
138 



^1868—. 

Govern'r. 

It. D. 

New Yineyard, 74 120 

Phillips 225 131 

Rangely 34 27 

Salem 37 37 

Strong 114 55 

Temple, 100 66 

Weld 174 89 

Wilton 323 150 

No. 6 4 10 

Sandy River pi., .... 4 17 

Washington plan,... 3 10 

Greeuvule pi., 7 3 

24*9 1800 
HANCOCK COUNTY. 

Amherst, 34 38 

Aurora 18 26 

Bluehill 224 101 

Brooklyn 126 64 

Brooksville 131 111 

Bucksport 412 250 

Castine 144 90 

Cranberry Isles, 19 31 

Deer Isle 185 350 

Dedham 72 27 

Eastbrook 26 21 

Eden . 115 93 

Ellsworth 610 420 

Franklin 137 62 

Gouldsborough 162 176 

Hancock 124 76 

Mariaville, 63 30 

Mt. Desert, 102 69 

Orland 224 137 

Otis 50 10 

Penobscot 132 144 

Sedgwick, 141 72 

Sullivan 101 94 

Surry 130 131 

Tremont 144 118 

Trenton, 135 136 

No. 7 9 15 

No. 33 7 10 

Waltham, 66 19 

Verona 8 54 

3S51 2984 



66 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



KENNEBEC COUNTY. 

>~-18K--a 

Govern'r. 



, — 1 S&S — 
Govern'r. 



\i. I> 



R. 
Dlxfield 1<» 



Albion 189 

AujrtMU in: 4 

Belgrade, 201 

Hetttna 153 

Chelsea HO 

China 313 

riinton 2I3 

K.iriniir.'il.ilr IS I 

Payette M 

Gardiner, 64'« 

Hallowed 

Litchfield - 

Manchester, 193 

Monmouth 

Mt. V.rnon, 2)3 

l'iii>i.n 

Ifleld ill 

Rome 1i 

rldnci M 

■ iM lihorough 601 

Vienna 1 1 »i 

Watenrllle ill 

W.iviic 1 7J 

U Ml Gardiner IHB 

Windsor ltd 

VViiM4o« 223 

Wmllirnp 

( Imioii (lore 32 

Unity Plantation,... 4 

77G1 
KNOX COUNT V. 

Appletnn Hit 

Canntei 45 I 

41 

5:! 

14') 

78 

8X4 

154 

38 

SSI 

237 

154 



ClullillK. , 

Friendship 

Nop*- 

Noiih Haven 

Itockh.n.l 

South Thnmaston, 

St. (ieorge 

Thoidastoa, . 

I'liiim, 

A'iu;illi;t vert 

Warren. 215 

Washington, 1H4 



I337>f *=»»"ns 21/ 

, f M dde.nl 44 



iu| I .1' .iftull, 

j, ; Greenwood, 



3H 



Hanover 33 

Hartford 151 

lleliro 143 



Minim.. . 
>vel,... 
263 J|««»"n... 

S| Norway, 

145 



1*2 

151 

19 

57 

30 

2<M") 



I) 

181 Patten. 
162 Plymouth,. 

26 Prentiss. ... 

18 Springfield, 

98 Stetson 

31 Veazie 

1(15 1 Drew pi 

53l Webster, ..-. 
145 Woodville. 



r— 1868 — . 

Govern'r. 

K. D. 

83 
136 



Oxr.,r.l 215 

Paris 445 

n 139 

7l s , Pnrler. 146 

'Xitoxbury 2n 

-!> Itamfurd 



130 

1-1 
61 
63 
195 
147 
■:■,: 



Independence, 
Lukevillepl.,.. 



41 

130 
143 
88 
19 
10 
1(5 
9 
10 



9385 
PISCATAQUIS COUNTY. 
133 



173 



Mow 

St'inrll.lin, 



its 

o. . MVllIlll, 

---; N->. ."». II. 
i'j. Upton. . 

v\ NtflTold, 

Woodstock, 



1.. 



40 
63 
84 



Abbot 

Atkinson, 116 

129| Barnard, 5 

25 Bowerbank, 10 

125 IllnnchuTd 28 

57 Brownville, 139 

34 Dover, 337 

fioFnxcriift 206 

inGullford 101 



in 

141 

,-. Milt. in pi.. 

'$3 Franklin pi. 

llMndin'a (■rant, 
Lincoln pi. 

Fryeburg 



10 

45i>3 



26 


15 


137 


l'.<4 


194 


4S 




25 






10 


45 


10 


11 


3 


6 





8 



J5|(ireenville 
iJfcj Kingsbury, 



MSI 1199 

LINCOLN COUNTY. 



Alnn I Hi 

Bnothbay, SM 

Bremen 79 

Bristol SIC 

Damariscotta, l*j 

Dresden 155 

Kdeecomb, 117 

Jefferson 2 

Newcastle 9W 

Nohlehnro', 145 

HAinenrille, (><) 

Smitliport 68 

Waldolmro', 2»U_ 

Weslpnrt, 55 

Wliitefield 2M 

Wise-asset 217 

2737 
OXFORD COUNT V. 

Albnny ... >■» 

And'iver, 127 

Bethel... 341 

P.n.wnfield 113 

Ruckfleld 217 

Byron, 30 

Uantni 134 

Denuniik, 107 



4513 3266 
PKNOBSCOT COUNTY. 

ton 45 56 

- ir«rle 44 37 

117 Itniiimr 20»"5 12*7 

77 linidford 235 115 

«7 Brad Ivy 106 70 

G37 lirewer 4113 \\2 

145 liurlineton 50 60 

noel 143 176 

337 l - arr..|| 39 7>> 

19!* Cliarlvston 149 ]t»4 

l"7|Cln - >ter 57 14 

Clifton 39 2:; 

t'miiina, 236 109 

Corinth SS8 136 

Dexter 3*4 I'M 

Dixinmit 349 

K.lil'mifton, 10*1 89 

Kdlnbiirg, 6 6 

Knti.-ld 86 33 

Ktna, IV, 40 

H.mi.t l-i ISA 

Garland 210 131 

lilfldHim 80 

Greenland!, 64 

Greenfield 47 

llaiiipde 3:>0 244 

llenuoi SOD 14" 

llol.lv Ill 4t 

llovvlnnil 31 | 

lludMlon 56 105 

Kenduakeag 199 61 

Lagrange 100 88 

Lee M 191 

Levant lm lin 

Lincoln 215 H>4 

Lowell, 4il 57 

Uattawanikeng 12 43 

Milfonl, 198 2-.' 

U-ilMiivhVI.1 28 2 

234 N.wlinrif 2H1 54 

174 . Newport 3*8 lin 

220 Oldlown, 4>'.' IM7 

27 Orono, iW W8 

141 OrriiHrton 359 52 

1631 PHWudoniketii 31 3* 



eliec, 

Shirley 

Wellington, .. . 
Williamsburg,. 



70 
1*1 

*7 
295 

1 5 
197 

• ■I 
174 

98 
159 

50 

II 
721 

40 
187 

2 Hi 

2581 



M 



Med ford 
Mnnson, . 

Milo 

Orneville, 

I'Hikman Ill) 

Sangerville 133 



2:1 
14 
61 
145 
142 
48 



153 
18 
45 
21 



115 
15 
61 

78 
98 
2 

10 

i4 

1343 

50 

80 

29 

9 

15 
31 

131 
52 

135 
43 
26 
17 
19 
50 
52 

164 

144 
85 
14 

106 
10 



1996 1262 

SAGADAllOC COUNTY. 

Arrowsic, 43 37 

Bat! 1060 426 

limvdoiuliam, 319 86 

Bowdoin, 196 99 

(ienrgetown 106 124 

Perkins 16 3 

Pliipsbur? 142 145 

Richmond 317 221 

Topsham 210 132 

West Rath, 80 21 

Woolwich 159 80 

2643 1373 

SOMERSET COUNTY. 

Anson 204 217 

Athens 199 17G 

Binfdiam 83 97 

Brighton 58 95 

Cambridge, 50 74 

Canaan 230 160 

Concord 39 68 

Coi nville,... 175 71 

Detroit." 87 110 

Kmden 82 114 

Fairfield 430 230 

ilarmonv 160 80 

llartland 130 110 

Lexington 42 69 

Madison 222 162 

Mayfteld 3 18 

Mercer 152 66 

Moscow, 48 55 

New Portland 189 191 

\orridiiewock 295 108 

Palmvn 222 116 

PlttsOeld 208 171 

1,'iplev 64 75 

St Albans,. 315 76 

Solon 154 159 

Skowhegan, 697 202 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 18G9. 



67 



Maine — Somekskt Co — Cont'd. 



-1868- 



^-1868-— 
Govern'r. 
It. 1>. 



/ — 18G8 — > 
Govern'r" 



Smithfield 

Starks 

Deai I River pi., . 

Flagstaff |.l.. 
Mouse Itiver pi., , 
West Pork pi., .. 

'J'lie Forks, 

Carratunk 

No. 2, it. 2 



Qovern'r. Wlnterport 47 1 163 Topsfleld, .... 

K. 1).| Wesley 

Ill 08 4576 3187 WhiliiiL' 

1»>8 134 , \\ liilnevville. 

13 7 WASHINGTON COUNTY. [Coddy vllle pi. 



WALDO COUNTY. 



Belfast, 649 

Belmont 48 

Brooks 162 

Burn ham 78 

Frankfort, 64 

Freedom, 58 

Islesborough, 74 

Jackson, 108 50 

Knox 117 121 

Liberty 137 76 

Lincoluville 217 202 

Monroe 207 78 

Montville, 200 101 

Morrill 78 51 

Nnrihport, 115 92 

Palermo, 173 119 

Prospect, t>5 105 

Seai'sinont, 167 li>5 

Seai-spurt 295 14w 

Stockton 229 210 

Swanviile 106 77 

Thorudike 142 64 

Troy, 145 154 

Unity 169 117 

Waldo, 79 63 



5 II Addison 95 

8 15 Alexander 33 

2 6 H.-iilevville 13 

8 14 Burlng. 82 

18 32 Keddington 17 

14 17 Clililla 764 

— Centerville 4 

4843 3361" charlotte 55 

Clierr.vfield, 276 

Columbia, 73 

Columbia Falls,.. 
441 ("ooper 

98 Cruwford, 

4>>, Culler 

102 Dwiforth 

lW.Delilois 

14H||)eniivsville, 

100 KtlBl Machias 



JJ l'altnadi;e |il. 

54 Wnlte pi 

8 SO. If, 

Ill •••••• 



-•'-, No. 



25 



No. 



48 
29 
17 
35 
28 
15 
90 
195 
305 
43 
90 
42 
30 

l.ubec 101 

Macbias 307 

Machiasport, 56 

Marion 23 

Marshfield 46 

Meddvlienips 23 

Uillpridire 81 

Nortlifield 21 

Pembroke 265 

Perry 183 

Princeton 105 

Itobbinston .. 95 

.Steuben 136 



4 

207 

31 

41 

l!? 1 Acton, 

74 A,fre ' 1 



\\. 
31 
3!' 
29 
66 
3 
3 



4109 
YORK COUNTY. 

168 

176 



Fast port.. 

Edmunds 

Ilarrinirton.. 

■lonesborough, ... 
Joneeport, 



Berwick 

Biddeford 

Buxton, 

Cornish, 

Daytoi 

Elliot 

Mollis 

Kennebonk, . . . 

Kennebunkport 

Kittery 

Lebanon, 

,V. Limerick 

ggi Limimrton, 

§5: Lyman, 

'■'.'. Newfleld 

o-, N'ntli Berwick 



139 

24 
15 

;i 
20.") 
220 

18 
119 



23 
26 

178 
34 

2(6 
70 
90 
76 
82 



Paisonsfield, 

Saco 

Shapleigh, 

Sanford, 

South Berwick, 
Waterboro', ... 

WeTis 

York, 



271 
805 
853 

170 
76 
196 
210 
868 
251 
398 
267 
172 
22:: 
174 
158 
198 
217 
850 
146 
253 
272 
211 
315 
292 



I). 

m 

29 
49 
60 
11 
13 
24 
10 
28 
21 

3511 



115 
136 

264 
951 

339 

116 
10.i 
237 
231 
12-5 
316 
303 
153 
158 
214 
141 
151 
201 
28o 
448 
153 
:-■'• 

284 
231 

377 
319 



7198 6717 



HOCKING HAM COUNTY. 

, — 1868- 
Govern'i 



It. 

85 
116 



Atkinson 

Aubui n.. 

Brentwood 141 

Candia 217 

Chester,, 
Danville 

Deerlield 233 

Deny 277 

Fast Kingston 70 

EpphiK 171 

Exeter 524 

Fremont, 

Greenland, 

(iosport, 

Ilampstead, 



208 

92 



92 
. 12 
144 



llampto 184 

Hampton Falls, 95 

Kensington, 83 

Kingston, 129 

Londonderry 229 

Newcastle 92 

Newmarket, 185 

Newtoi 97 

Newiugtou 45 

North wood 204 

North Hampton,.... - s 7 

Nottingham, 142 



I'laislow. 

i'ortsiniiu'h city : 

1st ward, 

2d " ... 
3d " ... 



104 

483 
520 
171 



D. 

62 

97 

09 

226 

101 

08 

238 

161 

88 

198 

168 

SO 

110 

6 

101 

133 

43 

94 

140 

154 

90 

PO- 

124 
72 
149 
12* 
100 
66 

432 
37ii 
311 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Govern'r. 

It. D. 

Raymond 129 197 

Itye 92 212 

Sandown, 00 8* 

Salem,.. 227 204 

Seabrnok 187 189 

South Hampton,.... l;3 0* 

S. Newmarket, 181 40 

Strathatn 130 8o 

Windham, 141 63 

6530 5688 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

Harrington 228 2fu 

Dover city, 1st ward, 79 70 

2d ward, 381 223 

3d " 489 3l*i 

4th " 129 103 

Durb am 168 21" 

Farinington 306 273 

l.ee 81 117 

Madburjr 57 50 

Middleton 44 71 

Milton 202 124 

New Durham 61 190 

Itoob ester, 501 410 

KolUnsford 199 90 

Somerswortli 625 2*> 

Strafford 217 876 



Govern'r. 



It. 

60 
116 



Centre Harbor, . . 

Rarnstead, 

Gilniaulou 246 

(J 51 ford 440 

Laconin 188 

Meredith 241 

New Hampton, 1W 

Sanbornton 2i'>6 

Up. Uilmauton, 103 



D. 

63 
338 
193 
354 
255 
260 
120 
366 
175 



3827 30C5, 
BELKNAP COUNTY. 
Alton 252 231 



2099 2355 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

Albnnv 30 67 

Bartlelt 27 145 

Brookfield 60 35 

Chatham 57 58 

Conway 183 221 

Eaton 48 124 

Effingham 142 126 

Freedom 44 167 

Dart's Location,.... 5 3 

.lackson 6 135 

Madison 113 34 

Monltonboro' 121 213 

Ossipee 216 270 

Sandwich 312 227 

lamworth 212 146 

Tuftonboro' 90 105 

Wak.field 175 165 

TYolfboro' 282 302 



2033 2483 



63 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

-;- - 



Govern'r. 



Allenstown, 

Andnver, 

Bow 

I. scawea 

Bradford, 



R. 

% 
M 
186 
19 



D 
^^ 

IK 
in 



Canterbury 1 ■-> 

Lhicestrr I 

1st w.inl 177 

M " 71 

Id - 11) 

-4t)t " 

5th '• 

»;tii " 

7lh " 1-1 

Dunbarton 123 

1 < s 

Franklin 296 

Hennik- : IN 

Ill 

•' 147 

Hnpklnto I I 

London, MB 

Newbury 54 

New Lnndon 152 

Northfield N 

Pembroke 198 

Pitlsfleld 221 

Salisbury '.'4 

Snttol 1.55 

Warner IB 

HI 

Wilmot 113 



502' 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 



Nashua city: 

1st ward. 

U " 

H " 

4ih " 

Ml " 

Ml " 

7tl. " 



. — 1SG3 — > 

Govein'r. 

R. D. 



134 
152 

56 
133 

102 

2nl) 

150 
86 



124 
130 
61 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 

, — 1868 — > 

Govern'r. 

R. D, 

Alexandria, 119 138 

Ashland Newtown 

Rati 160 164 

31 Benton 16 

24b Bethlehem, 25 

159| Bridpewater 69 



Ipswich, 199 

■a, 135 



.m 

borough, — 

ii 

mple, 

»\ 
142 



84 

17.; 
215 
ITS 

86 

!I2 



w llton, . 
Windsor, 



108 
351 
23 
64 
314 
190 



101 Bristol 242 

lOli Campton, 190 

81 Canaan 253 

214 Dnnbur'y, 83 

132 Dorchester 46 

190 Ellsworth 12 

26'Knfield 251 

70lFranconia 37 



260 

253 

20 



7476 G308 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

Alstead 183 

• -lerfield 165 

11* Dublin 171 

[William 223 



143 



141 Gilsuin. 

nsditle, .. 
'- .1 iiffrey, , 



06 

222 
203 



Amherst, 241 

Anlriin 146 

Bedford 180 

Bennington, 47 

Bruokluie 118 

Deering, 74 

Fraocestown, 175 

(ii e»-nfield, 54 

Goffstown, 243 

Hancock 11? 

IlilNlioroush 1-3 

llollis 17!l 

Hudson 158 

Litchfield 39 

Lyndeborough ll'J 

Manchester city 

1st ward, 

2d " 



iene, 788 

151 Marlboro, 196 

271 \larlow 86 

106 

hinond 104 

Uiiidce 215 

36 
81 
55 
50 
180 
94 



134 

139 

1 Si 

7- 

143 

103 

1 

194 

US 

'_ • 
138 
1441 

Go 

in 



Koxlmry. 
Stoddard, 
Sullivan, . 
Bon y. . . . 
Bwansejr, 
Proy, 



Grafton 117 

Groton, 81 

Hanover, 310 

Haverhill, 242 

Hebron 42 

llolderness, 255 

Landaff 49 

Lebanon 469 

...Lincoln, 7 

14 Lisbon 253 

i'. Littleton, 238 

£<> Lyman 94 

,'' Lyme 261 

J0g Monroe, 81 

lo? Orange, 54 

Orford 164 

Piermont,... 110 

Plymouth 173 

Bumney 142 

Thornton, 58 

Warren 42 

Waterville 2 

Wentworth, 82 

Woodstock 30 



3d " 

4th " 

5th " 

6th " 

7th " 

f-th " 

Mason 

Merrimack,'. . .. 

Mllford, 

Mount Vernon, 



298 
231 
486 

4sa 

14 
357 
140 

65 

1!K) 

144 
438 

»-5 



Waipole 215 



Westmoreland, 
Winchester, 



101 

273 



435 

37 
116 

64 
12° 

4? 

10 
129 

20 

44 
248 

70 
211 
143 
210 



3876 2708 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

A worth, 157 

t'harlestown 289 

Clareinopt 0»>4 

Uornish 209 

jrdon, 98 

ntliam 104 

then 51 

Lnngdon 79 

.'7"> Newpnrl 

" I'laioti.bl 189 

Springfield 108 

Sunapee, 81 

I. '-ii pgter 7M 

Cnilv 57 

Washington 118 



81 

1 10 

163 
99 



4979 

COOS COUNTY. 

Berlin 8 

Cambridge 1 

Carroll 17 

Clarksville 18 

Colebrook, 144 

Columbia 103 

Dalton, 56 

Dummer, 35 

Rrroll 6 

G or ham 88 

.lefferson 50 

Lancaster, 316 

99 



135 
162 
284 
123 

62 

70 

88 

SO 
270 
198 
125 
148 

07 

162 Wentworth's Lo. 
117 Whitefield , 



Milan, 
Northumberland,. 

Pittsburg, ., 

Kaudnlph, 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewaiistown, .... 

Stratford, 



2494 2097 



0/ 
8 
42 
29 
47 
71 

12? 

1390 



82 
219 

56 
107 
143 
228 
124 
106 

45 
155 

SI 
158 

80 
200 
322 

69 
221 
186 
208 
7 
235 
301 

73 
124 

41 

27 
136 

97 
176 
146 
152 
196 

11 
177 

69 

5245 

59 

4 

70 

51 

148 
75 

102 
28 
38 
93 

154 

200 
70 

121 
48 
32 
29 
85 

145 

109 
14 

139 

1814 



NEW JERSEY. 



ATLANTIC COUNTY. 

. — IRIiP — . 

President. 



Atlantic City 

Bnena Vista, 

Bgv Harbor t'ity ..... 

Egg Harbor Township,.! 
Galloway, (thrown out), 



R. 
118 
M 

149 

369 



1». 



. — 186R — . 
Govern'r. 



88 



118 
241 



R. 
118 
00 
US 
368 



1>. 

88 

7'' 
119 

243 



Hamilton 


. — 1868 — . 
President. 
R. 1). 
184 117 


. — 18fi3 — , 
Govern'r. 

R. D. 

184 117 


Hatnmonton, 


259 32 


260 32 


Miillic. 




135 62 






80 111 



1384 815 1383 618 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



69 



New Jersey — Continued. 

BERGEN COUNTY. 

, — i«f,.« — , , — 1868 — , 

President. Gnvern'r. 

It. 1). It. 1). 

Ilackensnck, 527 705 523 7HR 

Harrington, 170 1*5 170 185 

Hohokua 928 994 224 257 

Franklin 980 809 839 298 

Lodi 918 211 211 918 

New l!arl>adoes, 851 552 318 555 

Saddle River lot; w jug mi 

Union 10U 87 104 K) 

Washington 228 322 227 322 

2163 2772 2149 2789 

BURLINGTON COUNTY. 

BnssRiver, 48 171 46 174 

Beverly 2l'>3 180 200 J HO 

Bordentown 631 751 529 750 

Burlington, 662 557 650 5l>3 

Chester 307 154 308 156 

Chesterfield 277 93 272 100 

Cinnaininson 202 394 201 397 

Egg Harbor, 322 56 362 56 

Evesham 302 260 3x7 270 

Lumberton 267 133 267 133 

Mansfield, 343 29:! 343 204 

Medford, 2*0 207 278 210 

New Hanover 219 293 217 297 

Northampton, 523 201 522 203 

I'emberton, 251 376 249 378 

Shsimony 121 137 129 138 

Southampton, 296 306 294 309 

Springfield 210 218. 210 218 

Washington 161 48 160 48 

Westhampton 145 132 145 132 

W'illingborough, 67 80 66 81 

Woodland 31 49 31 49 

5926 5161 5891 5206 

CAMDEN COUNTY. 

Camden 1955 1582 1945 1604 

Centre 88 94 88 92 

Delaware 194 112 194 112 

Gloucester 2*3 277 2*3 278 

Madden 252 110 253 111 

Monroe 226 125 222 129 

Newton 193 348 190 351 

Stockton, : 150 136 147 137 

Union 245 311 243 314 

Washington 128 174 126 178 

Waterford 146 230 145 233 

Winslow 294 111 290 115 

4154 3610 4126 3656 

CAPE MAY COUNTY. 

CapeTsland 70 112 70 115 

Dennis 195 172 189 178 

Lower 184 101 1*3 103 

Mi, Idle, 265 206 261 209 

Upper, 244 82 243 83 

958 673 946 688 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

Bridgeton 725 570 703 588 

Deerfield 94 200 W 200 

Downs 893 988 896 239 

Fairfield 965 315 2i4 322 

Greenwich 133 46 188 46 

Hopewell 222 163 221 163 

Landis 848 182 845 184 

Millville 624 415 620 419 

Maurice River 275 103 274 195 

Stoe Creek 193 64 191 63 

3776 2354 3742 2394 



198 


445 


199 


2-0 


591 


285 


207 


173 


297 


218 


2-7 


226 


210 


404 


813 


236 


1«7 


234 




393 


342 



ESSEX COUNTY. 

, — l^r.8 — . < — 1868 — . 

President. Govern'r. 

It. 1). It. I). 

Bellville 180 228 178 228 

Blonmfleld 408 256 46t 961 

Caldwell 296 324 202 332 

Clinton 42s 344 426 346 

East Orange, 500 165 494 176 

Franklu 179 84 176 88 

Livingston IK) 98 1*0 98 

Millburn 157 119 155 121 

Montclulr 214 193 240 l:>3 

Newatk 8318 8396 91X9 854 i 

Orange 024 795 613 805 

South Orange 217 233 215 236 

West Orange 137 216 138 218 

"Woodside, 115 61 115 63 

13013 11512 12902 11713 

GLOUCESTER. 

Clayton 449 

Deptford 59 4 

Franklin 173 

Greenwich, 289 

Harrison, 4o:j 

Mantin 171 

Woolwich, 396 

2175 1767 2460 1796 

IIUDSON COUNTY. 

Bavonne, 206 268 265 273 

Bereen 973 762 947 793 

Greenville 20-5 194 202 197 

Harriso 107 397 163 898 

Hoboken 7»9 1373 761 1405 

Hudson City, 911 1534 949 1537 

Jersey City 3278 5-147 3171 5501 

Kearney, 46 54 41 57 

North Bergen, 124 183 119 192 

Union 272 502 267 517 

Weehawken 22 49 19 52 

West lioboken 219 316 215 316 

7302 11075 7103 11301 

HUNTERDON COUNTY. 

Alexandria 326 

Bethlehem 151 

Clinton 3*7 

Delaware 2-J6 

East Amwell l-'i 

Frank in 141 

Frenchtown 99 

Kingwnod 191 

Latnbertville 343 

Lebanon 304 

Baritan 3-2 

Iteadington 319 

Tewksbury 170 

Union 88 

West Amwell 97 



47* 


317 


4*1 


321 


144 


326 


4i 3 


385 


398 


526 


2:15 


527 


221 


178 


223 


21 Hi 


140 


206 


M 


97 


K3 


27- 


191 


278 


395 


337 


397 


379 


309 


379 


458 


3*5 


45« 


370 


321 


867 


345 


169 


339 


181 


86 


1>2 


151 


97 


151 



3414 4796 3384 4795 



MERCER COUNTY. 
Chambersbarg, 156 164 

Fast W iudsor 291 229 

Fwing 154 907 

Hamilton 372 288 

Hopewell 507 447 

Lawrence 224 1*3 

Princeton 3;i0 325 

Trento 1995 2293 

Washington, 158 144 

WestUiudsor, 192 155 

4379 4435 



156 


164 


282 


236 


155 


206 


373 


2-9 


502 


452 


OOJ 


190 


325 


331 


1972 


2314 


157 


145 


194 


153 



4337 4480 



70 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



New Jerset — Continued. 

MIDDLESEX COL'NTV. 

r— 1* 

President* 

R. I). 

Fn«t Prunswick 171 29»i 

Monroe 411 277 

New Brunswick ]t 

North Brunswick, 157 

IVnli Ainl.oy 

Pitcatawu 

South Aiiinoy 

South Branswick 

WOOdblidga -I 1 4-7 

3946 4275 

MONMOUTH 00UNTY. 
Atlantic 

SI 

lii.linilel : 



ipan 

110 3o!« 

,n 

Mi.hlMown H 4".' 

ic 





hhrewsbary 475 5£1 

Upper Freehold ::»l 374 

i: 

3771 5236 



MORRIS COUNTY. 

I'oonlon 691 l.'l 

■ 

< linlham :,"> ;<»■( 

Hanover 

• n i" 

Meudhatn 190 319 

110 

Morris 

Pequonnoc 



Randolph ^ 

Kockawoj i 

Koxl.ury •:■■ 

Washington 171 

2974 



. — ;86s — v 


Govern'r, 


R. 


D 


170 




411 




- 


140:', 


157 


b. 


IM 


s 




- 


. 


7'.; 


4< t 


;;i4 


21 




463 


697 



MS 4 99 



m 


81 


. 


<m 


71 




2 '4 


430 


s 


- 


110 


:i60 


- 




- 


419 


Ill 


997 




067 




BIG 




' 




277 


179 


367 



8706 6309 



481 


iru 


110 




• 


! 




- 




168 


191 


I " 




111 






. 


- 


159 






- 


4'Jl 






400 


167 


- 



;..: 4 • • 



OCEAN COUNTY. 

Rrick 170 115 

Dover (43 117 

Jnckson 180 949 

Manchester 

I'lumstead I 

Stafford 907 118 

Union B89 1"7 

lbTO 10W 



PASSAIC COUNTY. 





121 




119 








79 




. 






..- 


119 



Arquarknnock 

Little Palls 

Manchester 

Pnlersofl 

pnmptao 

H ;\\ ne 

Nest Milford I i 



::!■: 


262 


| it 




171 




178 


69 


109 


7- 




: ' 


27-0 






9511 


179 


II - 


ITS 




171 


198 


170 




'- ' 




270 





SALEM COUNTY. 

r-4868— ^ 

President. 

R. D. 

F.lsinboro 78 48 

Lower Alloway's Creek. 227 87 

Lower Penn's Neck 131 152 

ManningtoQ 211 94 

Pile's Grove 474 1.76 

Pitt's Grove 77 245 

Salem 488 462 

Upper Alloway's Creek. 270 382 

Upper Penn's Neck 316 363 

Uiiper Pitt's Grove 284 194 



. — 1868 — , 

Govern'r. 

R. D. 

48 
89 
152 
94 
177 
244 
471 
384 
365 
195 



226 
131 
211 
476 
79 
483 
268 
316 
284 



2556 2203 2552 2219 

SOMERSET COUNTY. 

Pedminister 157 278 153 278 

Bernard* 163 384 163 383 

Br.inclibutf? 168 128 166 128 

Briduewater 470 593 472 592 

Franklin 365 343 364 346 

Hillsborough 429 343 426 344 

Montgomery 248 167 248 168 

Warren 186 300 186 300 



2186 2-536 2178 2539 

SUSSEX COUNTY. 

Andover 75 200 72 200 

Ifyram 137 147 137 145 

Frankfort 215 206 230 189 

Green 70 126 70 123 

Hampton 97 157 98 157 

Hardiston 155 255 168 242 

Lafayette 104 1S2 105 130 

Montague 58 160 55 162 

Newton 294 264 302 256 

Sandy Stone 122- 163 128 157 

Sputa 250 264 239 263 

Stillwater 147 235 151 229 

Ver ) 131 309 133 307 

Walpoek 33 125 34 124 

Wantage 298 526 297 527 

2186 3269 2219 3211 
UNION COUNTY". 

Oark 33 45 35 42 

Elisabeth 1473 1905 1435 1926 

Linden 105 73 104 73 

New Providence 144 152 142 159 

PWnneld 532 350 530 355 

Railway 629 586 624 602 

Pprinsneld 1 17 111 116 115 

union 1H3 243 166 245 

Westfleld 222 272 221 272 

3425 3734 3373 3785 



WARREN COUNTY. 

'•re lno isi 

Blalrstown 140 198 

Franklin 91 266 

Prellnjrhursen 169 115 

wlch 2*9 855 

!' '"'"'"v 103 206 

llarnwlck 39 in 

lt«town 151 257 

1 : ]53 032 

Knowlton \ 114 261 

Lonn (cons gj fog 

Independence 153 232 

Man»fli Id, . . 14* 049 

'.'.'.'.'. 172 410 

;' l,Y 1 "! lrry 17 85 

Phlllipxliinit 3iU 487 

Washington 290 463 



159 
164 

90 
173 
279 
103 

42 
146 
158 
119 

82 
153 
141 
178 

20 
356 
257 



182 
173 
266 
108 
264 
206 
107 
259 

OOI| 

955 

131 
2-52 
248 
393 
82 
485 
482 






2627 4157 2620 4122 







EVENING 


JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 








71 










NEW YORK. 














AT.ranv rnnMTv 










1°f° 




^-1*06--^ 
Govern'r. 






IBM 




, — 1866 — , 




l'l'fS 


(lent. 


Govern'r. 




President. Govern'r. 


Govern'r. 


Dist 


It. 


- 1). 


. Ifi 


1). 


It. 


l>. 


Dist 


. n. 


1). U. 


1). 


11. 


1>. 


Cnneadea, .. 


219 


1.59 


247 


. 161 


214 


114 


Albany city : 












('enterville, . 


2-2 


89 


222 


39 


260 


34 


1st ward,. 1 


90 


399 90 


400 


*2 


280 


('I.iiksvi lei . 


175 


27 


174 


28 


168 


37 


o 


149 


4i,8 us 


463 


156 


863 


i.'ubn 


•2'.U 


2:;6 


• 2'. '8 


239 


314 


221 


3 


1 


025 1-7 


72.5 


252 


544 


l''iienclslii|j, . 


"i 2 


1.52 


267 


153 


192 


146 


2d ward,.. 1 


610 219 


5! i2 


2P8 


416 


(ienes?e, . . . 


I97 


27 


11*4 


30 


201 


25 


o 


227 


217 219 


225 


174 


171 


Grander, .... 


219 


29 


219 


30 


207 


23 


3d ward,.. 1 


1*3 


328 185 


;;;;( 


130 


271 


drove, 


126 


101 


123 


104 


108 


70 


2 


:;:,4 


321 oiH 


327 


299 


818 


Hume 


•;-•> 


'.!> 


870 


95 


312 


86 


4th ward,. 1 


l!».l 


173 188 


179 


179 


156 


Inil'iii-iiil'i',. 


2-il 


62 


229 


64 


223 


58 


2 


304 


220 81)1 


227 


272 


1*4 


N'w II ii, la., ii, 


288 


50 


•231 


52 


228 


55 


5th ward,. 


221 


VM 215 


2i.O 


210 


MO 


I'tishford ... 


&;2 


42 


329 


46 


335 


46 


6th ward,. 


4:i!) 


319 413 


357 


4H0 


804 


PdOi 


229 


1*1 


22a 


187 


228 


178 


7th ward,. 1 


123 


454 121 


436 


121 


412 


U.n.l 


100 


59 


100 


59 


101 


58 


2 


234 


515 251 


516 


22ii 


413 


U'ellsville, 1 


248 


158 


216 


158 


J340 


241 


8th ward,. 1 


till) 


4-iti 604 


447 


5i*7 


846 


•* O 


122 


99 


118 


103 


2 


326, 


077 'J'-'4 


(179 


211 


5M 


W't Umond, 


148 


51 


118 


54 


129 


49 


9th ward,. 1 


2i;? 


174 262 


179 


290 


162 


Willing 


194 


74 


191 


79 


170 


52 


2 

9 


834 

418 


281 318 
501 414 


HOI 
505 


312 
372 


231 
341 




205 


59 


263 


59 


261 


63 
















10th ward,. 1 


411 


;;:;.; 404 


338 


3-2 


305 




6555 


2*23 


6508 


2883 


5640 


2736 


2 


43 1 


335 424 


310 


873 


276 
















3 


398 


282 3-9 


293 


0-28 


317 


BRC 






4 


11.5 


230 115 


231 






Ding'n City : 
















. 














1 


2*8 


314 


284 


321 


390 


301 


Agg. city, .. 


6236 


8139 G003 


8310 


5973 


6506 


2 


221 


148 


216 


153 


869 


254 


Bethlehem, 1 


300 


°28 294 


240 


126 


292 


3 


264 


209 


2»K) 


213 


253 


»)•»- 


2 


262 


T;js 203 


!3ti 


251 


109 


4 


377 


271 


368 


279 


151 


124 


3 


15L 


224 151 


224 


142 


194 


5 


88 


69 


£7 


70 






Berne, .... 1 


m 


121* 107 


117 


132 


105 


Bing'n T'n 1 


88 


81 


87 


83 




.... 


2 


200 


119 201 


118 


294 


100 


2 


152 


61 


154 


60 






•j 


78 


89. 78 


*8 


102 


45 


Itni-ker, ... 


196 


145 


J95 


149 


'MS 


'ise 


Coeymans, 1 


mr 


138 116 


138 


1'8 


139 


Chenango, 


28-5 


102 


2*4 


104 


259 


93 


o 


101 


1*4 99 


1*4 


103 


172 


Conklin. .. 


154 


115 


1.55 


115 


131 


117 


3 


53 


145 52 


142 


54 


122 


Colesville, 1 


2*0 


168 


277 


171 


23* 


153 


Guiiderl'd, 1 


214" 


93* 213 


<M 


202 


(O 


i 


liK) 


108 


101 


107 


89 


65 


2 


198 


85 190 


88 


1*5 


104 


3 


150 


96 


150 


M 


140 


102 


3 


123 


89 121 


90 


109 


82 


Fenton. .. . 


245 


132 


243 


134 


241 


97 




2!0 


70 211 


75 


236 


36 


Kirk wood, 1 


K5 


*3 


*2 


82 


m 


75 


2 


109 


52 108 


53 


103 


50 


o 


69 


83 


70 


84 


74 


79 


N. Scotland 1 


133 


121 131 


123 


118 


112 


Leslie, .... 1 


238 


94 


237 


95 


233 


77 


Q 


173 


112 171 


113 


173 


99 


o 


218 


54 


218 


54 


189 


4.i 


3 


177 

i-ir 


92 177 


92 


181 


95 




2! '5 


72 


296 


73 


279 


65 


Rens'rville 1 


l- r i4 144 


155 


100 


133 


2 


04 


73 


64 


73 


61 


70 


3 


09 


203 70 


2()2 


73 


1*0 


Nanticoke. 


168 


81 


163 


SI 


162 


56 


3 


58 


110 57 


111 


54 


111 


San ford, .. i 


212 


275 


209 


278 


192 


243 


Watervliet, 1 


•40 


327" 239 


330 


217 


223 


2 


63 


48 


65 


48 


57 


45 


a 


413» 


425 4 1 1 


428 


490 


831 


3 


78 


33 


78 


35 


75 


34 


8 


227 


559 222 


501 


211 


452 


Triangle,.. 1 


144 


52 


144 


53 


279 


152 


4 


313 


376 3(19 


3*0 


2!>9 


2l»0 


2 


88 


53 


88 


53 






5 


326 


424 320 


425 


239 


226 


3 


72 


69 


72 


69 









228 


144 220 


144 


220 


110 




99 


83 


100 


S3 


"85 


75 


7 


271 


725 270 


230 


212 


175 


2 


274 


208 


275 


207 


251 


1-7 


8 


OsCj 


2i (7 2*7 


210 


253 


160 


Vestal * 


240 


255 


242 


2-57 


255 


234 


9 


93 


72 !'4 


70 


88 


(10 


Windsor,.. 1 


309 


205 


370 


201 


346 


1*2 


. 10 


200 


309 200 


S08 


178 


208 


2 


66 


42 


(0 


43 


70 


40 


Westerlo, . 1 


ill 


IIS 111 


117 


119 


112 
















o 


211 


1*2 211 


181 


211 


180 




5727 


3*>5 


5698 


3928 


4993 


3144 


Agg. towns, 


51 '01 


59 U 59i ;o 


5966 


5361 


4814 


CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. 






0220 


8139 6068 


•silo 


5973 


6500 


Allegany.. 


2(19 


256 


209 


256 


197 


205 


















Ash ford, 1 


117 


89 


115 


91 


118 


69 


Gr'd total, 


12137 


4080 11929 


14270 


11534 113: 


o 


126 


OX 


125 


70 


122 


54 


ALLEGANY COl'MT. 






Carroll ton. 
C'oldspriiiR 


S7 
110 


107 
M3 


*7 
110 


107 
103 


93 
89 


85 
124 


Alfred, 


311 


49 310 


41 


296 


38 


Conewaugo 1 


110 


75 


107 


78 


100 


55 


Allen 


1*6 


12 ISO 


12 


190 


7 


a 


107 


41 


104 


45 


93 


44 




50 


79 59 


79 


51 


7* 


Dayton 


195 


103 


194 


103 


176 


77 


Almond, .... 


83J 


207 2:12 


210 


^32 


218 


Iv.-t. Otto . 


183 


-4 


190 


82 


173 


93 




315 


14* 316 


151 


803 


HwJ 


Kllicottv'e. 


151 


209 


154 


199 


152 


16-5 


Andover, . ... 


2*8 


1.52 289 


152 


274 


114 


Kann'ville 


209 


57 


209 


59 


205 


49 


Angelica,.... 


261 


98 262 


102 


279 


108 


Kr.in'ville. 


201 


1*2 


209 


185 


175 


175 


Belfast 


231 


126 230 


127 


225 


109 


Kreedmn . . 


261 


67 


262 


67 


241 


63 


Birdsall 


77 


*2 75 


84 


-3 


75 


Clr. Villev. 


T.H5 


162 


194 


165 


190 


117 


Bolivar 


159 


79 156 


R5 


157 


m 


Ilins-l ile.. 


170 


198 


167 


202 


181 


150 


Burns, . 


210 


1U0 208 


102 


173 


86 


Humphrey 


117 


113 


118 


113 


91 


85 



72 




EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 




















, — 1866 — i 
Govern'r. 






if) 


58 . 

Govern'r. 


,—1866-^ 
Govern'r. 


President. 


Govern'r. 


President. 


Dist 


K. 


1». 


It. 


D. 


K. 


1>. 


Dist 


It. 


1). 


H. 


D. 


R. 


u. 


Ischua .... 


m 


100 


119 


1113 


112 


-J 




194 


78 


182 


79 


166 


71 




m 


■ 


226 


93 


320 


88 


Poland .... 


306 


52 


305 


53 


283 


33 


Little Y'y. 


170 


70 


168 


74 


151 


M 


Pomfret... 1 


220 


133 


220 


135 


215 


139 


Lyndon . . . 


174 


-T> 


175 


43 


161 


47 


2 


242 


175 


237 


180 


211 


156 


Macbias... 


. : 


• 


: 4 


71 


- . 


64 


3 


96 


96 


97 


97 


109 


95 


Mansfield . 


■- 4 


t>> 


. 


65 


177 


68 


Portland . . 


2!'0 


167 


292 


165 


255 


165 


Niipoli 


211 


n 


Ill 


n 




69 




261 


173 


260 


174 


216 


127 


New Alb'n 


231 


144 


" v% 7 


117 


I i 


IM 


Sheridan .. 


213 


100 


212 


167 


196 


127 






- 








- 


Sherman . 


293 


64 


297 


66 


253 


57 


Otto 


m 


7.') 




76 




-- 


Stockton.. 


2*6 


161 


285 


162 


281 


160 


ivrry.b'h . 
. ... 


. 


141 


: 1 


142 


2H 


lin 


Villenova. 


242 


135 


244 


133 


217 


117 


141 




m 


160 


141 


17.; 


Westtield . 1 


419 


231 


412 


227 


382 


205 


Portville .. 


276 


1 1 




111 


936 


1 i 


2 


97 


24 


96 


25 


87 


17 


Randolph . 


H 


161 


i .1 


160 


-■• 


146 






















Salnminca 


242 


229 




230 


IM 


189 




9387 


4441 


9339 


4503 


8750 


3314 


ley.. 


M 


50 


80 


51 


-: 


28 
















Yorkshire. 


257 




255 


140 


240 


199 


CHE 




















Ashland .. 


136 


93 


134 


95 


... 






•3153 


3*28 


6120 


3915 


5723 


3418 


Baldwin... 


116 


130 


116 


130 


110 


*123 


C.wniA ColNTY. 






Big Plata.. 
Catlin 


216 
165 


223 
171 


210 
165 


230 
172 


195 
179 


230 

158 


Auburn : 

• 1 .. 
1 l ward... 


594 


146 


378 


"75 
154 


4-1 


120 


Chemung . 

Klmlra 

Ehnira city : 

1st ward, 

2d " 

3d 

4th " 

5th " 

6th "• 

Uorseb'ds. 1 
2 

Soutbport . 1 
2 

Van Etten. 
Veteran ... 1 


250 
128 


169 
119 


249 
127 


171 
120 


258 
122 


171 

168 


4th m ird.. 

Aurelius .. 1 
2 
nrutus 

fonq 

KleiiiiiiK. . . 

Genoa 1 

2 

Ira 

l.eilyunl... 

Stent* 

Mmiteiu'a 


1 

419 

m 
194 

M 

"24 
It* 
914 

348 

- 

i:>o 


214 

m 

164 

i6i 

to 
D 
H 

119 

n 


. 1 
412 

1 ,<; 
194 

• 
- 

1-7 
213 
I t 

999 


221 

146 
P>5 

161 

o-.o 

88 

214 
119 

n 

167 
160 


■ - 
- 

1 <i 
190 

:;:i 

- 

189 

242 
2n5 

116 
9M 

181 


189 
H 

121 
142 
172 
1<* 

66 

a 

63 
I'll 
101 

61 
251 
138 


215 

172 
330 
284 
239 
243 
129 
282 
74 
85 
162 
130 
118 
235 


127 

323 
322 
343 
207 
165 
199 
227 

98 
158 
181 
207 

76 
170 


210 
174 

319 
266 
239 
243 
126 
275 
69 
83 
162 
127 
117 
235 


133 

320 
333 
357 
209 
164 
203 
236 
104 
161 
181 
210 
79 
170 


140 

188 
371 
299 
266 

*204 
272 
46 
186 
149 
124 
244 
114 


101 

129 
403 
275 
319 

"isi 

205 
107 
209 
153 
74 
158 
218 


Mom> . 

Niles 1 


• 
■ 


1-3 


1-7 


168 


313 
164 


158 
119 




3709 


3707 


3646 


3778 


3467 


3382 


1 


m 


88 


i:<0 


-7 


193 


83 


CHE> 






Owmco . .. 


1-7 




1-7 


'.'7 


161 


80 
















• 


994 




a 




988 


116 


Aflon 


299 


206 


295 


210 


272 


157 


:oni's 




■■•7 




<*i 


IM 


-1 


Bainbridge 


301 


180 


301 


183 


277 


170 


tt. . . 


1 1 


125 




194 




117 


Columbus. 


266 


54 


266 


55 


280 


54 


-•port 




2-J1 


'.-: 


• 


951 


210 


Coventry . 


219 


161 


219. 


163 


229 


151 




1 - 




411 




■ 


l-i 


German... 


109 


66 


109 


66 


107 


66 


Bumurrblll 


214 


If 




• 


21! 


61 


Greene ... 1 


176 


180 


175 


181 


174 


192 


I p.... 




141 




144 


150 


113 


2 


2-5 


259 


284 


258 


264 


264 






1 5 




103 




M 


Guilford .. 1 


122 


172 


121 


175 


102 


167 


YlctOJ 


1 


m 






300 


150 


2 


260 


108 


261 


109 


278 


89 












__ 








Lracklaen. 


204 


48 


201 


51 


198 


44 










1971 




4075 


MeDoDo'h 


166 


160 


167 


163 


149 


170 
















New Uerlin 1 


218 


249 


216 


151 


199 


136 


0BAU1 




\TV 






2 


135 


135 


133 


136 


133 


140 


Arkwrlght. 




■ 




mo 


111 


70 


Norwich . . 1 


263 


269 


261 


271 


223 


268 










1U5 




116 


2 


377 


274 


374 


276 


314 


258 


1 ;i .... 








• o 


810 


42 


N. Norwich 1 


114 


78 


111 


81 


114 


65 


(Inn 










m 


217 


2 


47 


22 


47 


21 


44 


17 


ChuuluUij' 1 








1-J 




157 


Otselic .... 


277 


121 


279 


118 


237 


134 


- 




■ • 






IM 


M 


Oxford.... 1 


217 


175 


214 


178 


711 


117 


r Ck 




'.<! 




'.'"» 


111 


• 


2 


226 


180 


224 


184 


220 


178 


• r ... 










468 




Pharsalia . 


113 


173 


112 


174 


111 


170 


Dunkirk... 1 




VO 






l.:i 


194 


Pitcher ... 


194 


121 


192 


123 


182 


130 


| 








HI 






Plymouth . 


221 


135 


219 


139 


220 


139 


3 










191 


2k; 


Preston .. . 


119 


114 


111 


117 


109 


127 


Kit cry 


m 




. :'i 


1 




v.-, 


Sherburne 


476 


214 


474 


216 


463 


186 


Klllcotl ... 1 


470 










1(17 


Bmlthvllle. 1 


78 


103 


6-: 


103 


59 


116 


: 








III 


6(6 


171 


2 


85 


134 


86 


133 


92 


129 


Ellington. . 


H 


... 










Smyrna . . . 


315 


97 


315 


97 


331 


76 


French c'» 




U* 




■ 




4:t 
























2W 


44 


: ■» 










5875 


4093 


5835 


4137 


5571 


3980 


lluiiuver . . 1 
3 


. i 


120 


147 


I9i 

l.l 


i j| 


lis 


CLINTON COUNTY. 






1 


116 


-1 






120 


55 


A usable... 1 


149 


113 


148 


114 


115 


116 


4 












til 


2 


140 


151 


141 


150 


125 


122 


Harmony . 1 


M9 


■ 


1 < 


H 




63 


A'.tona 


182 


154 


183 


153 


152 


141 


•J 




■ 








II 


Beekmit'n 


291 


231 


999 


233 


266 


256 


3 


110 




110 








Black Bf'k 1 


162 


187 


161 


188 


109 


188 


Kiantone.. 


'.'1 


30 


'.'1 


M 


90 


21 


o 


52 


80 


50 


83 


67 


48 







EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 








i 

73 


New York- 


-Continued. 




DELAWARE COUNTY. 










ikk« . i«r,r, 






ip.'Ci 




^—1866 — v 
Govern'r, 




President. Govern'r. Govern'r. 




Presi 


— ICt 

dent, 


Govern'r. 


Dist, 


H. 


1). K. 1). It. 


1). 


Dist 


It. 


D. 


It. 


1). 


R. 


1). 


Champlain 


442 


350 438 355 309 


320 




313 


65 


309 


70 


296 


70 


Chazy ,,,.1 


139 


129 145 124 147 


111 


2 


93 


111 


92 


114 


93 


94 


2 


266 


63 865 63 293 


51 


fiovina.... 


183 


66 


181 


67 


192 


60 


Clinton.... 


86 


227 63 230 30 


250 


Colchester 1 


208 


125 


208 


120 


181 


101 


Dannem'ra 


134 


42 133 43 131 


50 


2 


40 


33 


40 


36 


51 


34 


Ellenburgh 1 


loo 


118 101 113 'Jl 


111 


3 


75 


71 


72 


72 


65 


65 


2 


138 


180 137 190 123 


179 


Davenport 1 


120 


159 


123 


155 


128 


149 


3f doers.... 1 


l!i5 


122 194 122 1*3 


113 


q 


94 


165 


•.•4 


105 


ft 


157 


2 


254 


126 255 127 227 


13(1 


Delhi 1 


236 


111 


23 4 


144 


o->2 


130 




m 


131 197 131 178 


l;:2 


o 


222 


111) 


222 


112 


219 


113 


2 


155 


108 154 109 140 


123 


Franklin .. 1 


302 


I8p 


301 


1-7 


300 


123 


Plattsbur'h 1 


278 


339 278 340 215 


856 


2 


138 


63 


159 


01 


162 


04 


2 


143 


100 145 99 113 


107 


3 


70 


33 


70 


38 


66 


47 


3 


213 


215 216 213 157 


201 


Ifamden .. 


305 


61 


364 


62 


358 


64 


Saranac... 1 


247 


217 244 220 254 


207 


Hancock ... 1 


97 


71 


96 


72 


79 


72 


2 


SI 


108 80 111 80 


93 


2 


242 


231 


241 


234 


158 


226 


Schuyler F. 


187 


214 184 217 188 


184 


Ilarpersfi'd 


176 


155 


176 


154 


176 


146 













Kortright . 1 


107 


124 


106 


123 


101 


133 




4213 


3709 4203 3723 3699 


3589 


2 


96 


118 


96 


119 


90 


108 










Masonville 


219 


192 


216 


195 


219 


175 


con 




Meredith.. 


235 


121 


231 


125 


241 


114 


Ancram .. 


195 


244 194 244 180 


197 


Middleto'n 1 


100 


130 


100 


130 


93 


116 


Austerlitz . 


204 


129 200 133 196 


118 


2 


133 


275 


132 


277 


142 


239 


Canaan ... 


292 


168 294 166 2H) 


152 


3 


62 


50 


02 


50 


70 


43 


Cliatliam . 1 


352 


278 863 280 312 


234 


Roxbury .. 1 


63 


69 


60 


69 


59 


71 


o 


23ii 


331 235 335 197 


203 


2 


61 


37 


60 


33 


01 


39 


Claverack. 1 


148 


116 147 117 148 


121 


3 


97 


211 


97 


214 


104 


206 


2 


111 


176 109 177 112 


158 


Sidney 1 


70 


142 


69 


144 


I .» 




3 


159 


137 156 140 152 


123 


2 


101 


73 


100 


73 


■177 


265 


Clermont . 


54 


181 55 180 52 


172 


3 


67 


80 


67 


80 


) 




Copake.... 1 


67 


56 66 56 255 


169 


Stamford.. 


207 


208 


205 


210 


201 


194 


2 


185 


174 183 175 .... 


• • • • 


Tompkins . 1 


223 


141 


223 


141 


211 


119 


Gallatin .. 1 


128 


80 127 81 121 


85 


2 


322 


233 


326 


236 


294 


201 


2 


97 


42 94 45 93 


39 


Walton.... 


465 


223 


463 


236 


456 


225 


Germant'n 


186 


120 182 125 177 


105 






















Client 


342 


281 341 284 334 


224 




5621 


4288 


5596 


4335 


5343 


3963 


Greenport. 


107 


178 166 181 146 


153 
















Hillsdale.. 1 

• 


212 
28 


184 211 185 199 
54 27 55 23 


195 
57 




DUTCHESS. 








3 


26 


41 25 43 21 


44 


Amenia ... 1 


188 


201 


183 


202 


157 


120 


Hudson : 








2 


136 


77 


136 


81 


124 


61 


1st Ward . 


162 


206 173 194 172 


177 


Peekman . 


209 


117 


204 


124 


208 


55 


2d Ward . 


160 


312 163 309 183 


247 


Clinton ... 1 


144 


116 


111 


117 


148 


88 


3d Ward . 


249 


218 247 221 237 


171 


2 


119 


118 


117 


119 


114 


101 


4th Ward . 


256 


314 257 312 251 


248 




208 


135 


209 


135 


195 


114 


Kinderh'k. 1 


160 


252 161 253 167 


2*25 


2 


119 


125 


117 


123 


102 


100 


2 


270 


232 272 231 2?3 


231 


E. Fishkill. 1 


80 


104 


79 


105 


04 


97 


Livingston 


210 


252 GI2 250 235 


204 


2 


71 


67 


70 


69 


67 


58 


New Leb'n 


194 


229 191 235 193 


215 


3 


70 


M 


67 


182 


59 


161 


Stockport . 


182 


143 183 142 177 


138 


Fishkill ... 1 


295 


351 


285 


359 


227 


207 


! Stuyvesant 1 


58 


100 59 100 56 


85 


2 


206 


246 


204 


249 


220 


233 


2 


122 


210 121 215 125 


102 


3 


250 


193 


244 


193 


209 


158 


Taghkani'k 


142 


223 157 211 128 


231 


4 


173 


°!2 


172 


212 


159 


163 










5 


86 


~W 


86 


W 


60 


98 




5354 


5661 5300 5675 5155 


4883 


Hyde Park 1 


164 


149 


164 


193 


137 


1:53 










2 


130 


154 


128 


156 


103 


154 


coir 




Lagrange.. 


200 


231 


250 


241 


227 


206 


Cincinnati 


161 


146 160 148 175 


134 


Milan ..... 1 


67 


54 


07 


54 


75 


45 


Cortl'dville 1 


486 


167 484 170 411 


161 


o 


130 


113 


130 


118 


127 


114 


2 


249 


161 249 162 223 


147 


Northeast . 


2(59 


215 


208 


215 


242 


180 


3 


270 


79 268 84 247 


75 


Pawling ... 


332 


126 


326 


134 


293 


118 




249 


53 25 1 52 255 


49 


Pine Plains 


192 


159 


189 


162 


212 


113 


Freetown. . 


145 


60 144 61 144 


67 


Pleas't Yal. 


230 


258 


2"'7 


261 


225 


192 


Harford ,. 


166 


54 165 55 164 


46 


Po'keepsie 1 


158 


2HI 


153 


206 


140 


W 


Homer 1 


151 


55 151 55 150 


60 


o 


213 


116 


211 


118 


168 


112 


o 


256 


106 256 107 269 


96 


Po'keepsie city : 












3 


3(»9 


75 309 76 2*3 


72 


1st Ward, 


290 


490 


285 


493 


247 


350 


Lapeer 


109 


73 108 73 102 


71 


2d Ward. 


332 


416 


331 


402 


283 


326 


Marathon. 


254 


149 255 14!i 224 


133 


3d Ward. 


360 


174 


359 


187 


339 


152 


Preble 


139 


160 133 163 138 


148 


4th Ward. 


374 


256 


306 


245 


263 


206 


Scott 


225 


71 225 73 222 


62 


5i h Ward. 


309 


200 


.103 


206 


264 


155 


Solon 


94 


135 94 135 83 


140 


6th Ward. 


289 


141 


2-0 


145 


227 


124 


Taylor 


193 


84 190 87 177 


82 


Ked Hook 1 


233 


216 


226 


252 


18i 


276 


Tiuxton .. 


196 


185 197 185 192 


195 


2 


121 


2>i9 


119 


277 


117 


249 




233 


116 238 117 221 


124 


Uhinebeck 1 


218 


23* 


218 


240 


213 


179 


2 


68 


46 70 44 67 


46 


2 


236 


172 


230 


177 


229 


145 


Willett.... 


121 


134 122 134 125 


129 


Stanford .. 1 


153 


173 


152 


179 


145 


144 










2 


IS 


74 


134 


75 


134 


57 




4082 


2109 4074 2129 3872 


2030 


Uni'n Yale 


229 


119 


230 


119 


230 


96 



10 



74 




EVENING JOURNAL 


ALMANAC, 1869. 










m« 




, — 1866— v 
Govern'r 


ESSEX COUNTY. 








I're^i lent 


Govern'r 


-—1866 — « 
Govern'r. 


Dist 


R. 


1). 


11. 


1). 


K 


1). 


President. Govern'r. 


Wash' ton . 1 


109 


140 


170 


142 


' " 


Ill 


Dist. R. I). It. 1). 


R. 


1). 


2 


1-1 


215 




211 


165 


139 


Chesterfi'd 1 219 188 220 182 


171 


159 






















2 54 38 53 39 


46 


40 






7520 


--t 


7652 


"--. 


oosi 


Crown Ft, 450 122 448 124 


451 


69 




EKIE l 








Elitabh't'n 207 67 207 68 


224 


63 


2 
Amherst .. 1 

2 
Aurora 1 

2 
Itpstnti .... 
Brunt 
Ch'k ■ 
Clarence . . 1 

2 
CoMen.... 


14 

27:; 
48 

119 

129 
140 
1 
IM 


IM 

177 
2-7 
I7* 
• 
40 
224 
127 

71 

Ml 


142 

• 1 

4- 
116 

IM 


126 
171 

. 

!> 

17.! 

4H 

172 

72 

1 .7 

209 


136 
59 

209 
■- 
Ml 
103 
• 
IX 
IM 

m 

2M 


IM 

- 
301 
166 

IIU 
IM 

• 

145 
199 


. 170 154 169 155 
Jay 1 159 111 158 111 

2 91 118 90 116 
Keene 129 30 129 30 
Lewis 184 137 189 132 
.Minerva.. 62 104 62 103 
Moiiah.... 1 360 175 362 172 

2 149 250 160 140 
Newcomb . 27 8 28 7 
North Elba 39 39 39 39 
Vh llud'n 68 34 68 34 
St. Arm'nd 1 37 14 36 15 

2 19 4 19 6 
Bchroon... 230 117 234 115 
Ticond'r'a 359 167 359 168 
Westport.. 249 138 252 135 


124 

144 

78 

107 

174 

56 

260 

98 

21 

33 

71 

33 

22 

188 

301 

198 


150 
70 

118 
28 

152 
91 

173 

212 

"43 

28 
10 


Cullins 1 

1 
Concord . . 1 

2 


I '1 


■ 

• 
> 


- 


60 
119 

7.i 


IM 

1 u 
254 
94 


58 

n 

IM 

76 


1 
121 
152 
107 






n 




- 


i 1 


Willsboro' 190 115 188 117 


163 


96 


E. Hamb'h 








214 


247 


. 


Wilmiiigfn 154 25 153 26 


121 


19 


Edeu 

1 


IM 


14>; 




■ 
147 


■ 


98 

140 


3606 2150 3623 2131 


3089 


19C3 


Baa l 

o 


147 
110 


154 


147 


154 


IM 

75 


149 

120 


FRANKLIN COUNTY. 














-1 


101 


66 


Bangor ... 367 128 369 129 


334 


102 


2 


221 


141 


. 


145 


197 


133 


Bellmnnt . 142 127 144 124 


114 


82 


and. 


114 






IM 


'.■I 


n. 


Bombay .. 1 101 111 100 111 


93 


87 


II. Illi 


- 




-. 


" 


1-1 


Bol 


2 18 52 18 52 


14 


61 


llollnml... 










IM 


-. 


Rrandon . 110 45 108 47 


92 


38 


Lancaster. 1 






. 


350 


1H4 


30.5 


Brighton... 28 10 23 10 


21 


11 


2 








PI 


101 


B9 


Burke 202 232 199 238 


174 


169 


Manila ... 


! 


-.- 


• 


. 


105 


IM 


Chate'gay. 1 123 120 123 120 


117 


108 


lead . 1 


1*5 




- 


- 


155 


1(H) 


2 127 196 129 194 


119 


196 










145 




IM 


Constable. 148 139 148 140 


134 


95 


lins. 1 


IM 




IM 


. 1 


148 


34 


Dickinson. 388 37 392 34 


298 


38 


2 


•• 




n 


H 


-.". 


B7 


Dunne .... 26 31 26 31 


29 


33 


la. . . 






2.V. 


17i 


239 


17'.' 


Ft. t'ov'tn 3U4 146 303 143 


253 


129 


i 'da . 






176 




181 


824 


Franklin ..1 29 52 26 55 


20 


42 


Wiles .... 


- 




1 - 




1-; 


134 


2 89 61 90 60 


81 


52 


neca 








I -i 


137 




Ilarriet'tn. 30 50 29 53 
M alone ... 1 419 159 416 166 


25 

313 


42 

151 


Towns... 


MM 


MM 




675 


5753 


4703 


2 396 254 393 259 


312 


234 


Buffi 
















160 


179 


Iflt ward. 1 


in 




119 


400 


109 


2-:i 


Westville . 170 114 169 113 


150 


110 


1 


112 




111 


425 




819 








3 


■ 


4-1 




4T7 


' 


352 


3403 2244 3384 2190 


'28,58 


1959 


2d warJ. 1 








■ 


173 


100 








2 






• 


191 


. - 


148 


FULTON COUNTY. 






:; 

3d ward. 1 


• 


120 


• 
• 


- 


806 


127 

262 
979 


Bleecker.. 71 149 73 147 
Broadaluin 335 243 328 250 
Carofta — 57 114 58 113 

Kplnatah.. 265 267 264 268 

Johnstown 1 347 304 346 307 

2 427 182 428 183 


51 

327 


115 
191 


4th ward. 1 

3 
5th ward. 1 






IM 


171 
1 l 


- 

217 


IM 

242 

229 


42 

235 

292 
797 


75 

224 
2M 

255 






4-4 






245 


440 


3 324 231 323 223 


309 


179 


Cth ward. 1 








. J 


IM 


195 

29! 


4 505 170 504 175 
Mayfield .. 1 219 161 214 162 


'ifti 


'im 


S 










814 


241 


2 126 65 124 67 


123 


56 


a 










141 




Northam'n 188 294 189 293 


186 


243 


7th ward. 1 






• 






•: 1 1 


Opp'hheiin 246 277 250 273 


220 


242 


3 


M 








179 




Perth .... 139 106 139 106 


130 


88 


3 


• 






415 




440 


Blretford.. 130 135 130 135 


129 


100 


eth ward. 1 






IM 




l.'.l 


202 










Ml 










- 


3377 2698 3370 2707 


3039 


2202 


Mh ward. 1 
2 








- 


Blfl 


■-17 
200 


GENESEE COUNTY. 






10th ward. 1 






. 




MM 


211 


Alabama.. 301 102 301 102 


275 


88 










. I 




:.:i 


Alexander 2-0 123 277 128 


260 


113 


11th ward. 1 






' 1 


21-1 


2.16 


IM 


Uatuvia .. 1 27)5 185 252 187 


2^9 


234 




Ml 






127 


Ml 


-2 


2 207 212 2M 214 


304 


290 


12th ward. 1 


III 












3 214 225 213 227 






3 




11. *> 




117 


II 


100 


Bergen 271 205 269 209 


"233 


'i90 


13th ward. 


IM 


174 






146 


168 


Bethany .. 254 150 253 151 


238 


123 







— 


— — 








M 


Byron,.... 259 119 256 121 


265 


102 







-. | 




---.: 




9414 


Darlea ... 26* 23-2 273 227 


253 


107 


Total.... 


18193 


Elba 265 199 269 197 


230 


J87 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



75 



New York- 



Dist. 
Le Roy.... 1 
2 
Oakfield... 
Pavilion .. 
Pembroke. 1 
2 
Stafford . 



Continued. 
President. Govern')'. 



It. 
325 
240 
186 
20 1 
204 
203 
201 



I). 
265 

175 
ISO 

142 
110 
141 
142 



R. 

322 
241 
1*0 
200 
2i'5 
187 
202 



1). 

200 
174 
120 
142 
110 
141 
142 



Govei 
R. 

297 

210 
205 
241 
20* 
17* 
282 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



ti — , 

u'r. 

I). 

052 

149 

•il 
139 | 

127 
117 



4254 2847 4289 23*3 8918 2495 
GREENE COUNTY. 



Ashland 
Athens.. 

Cairo . . . 

Catskill . 



1 
o 

1 

2 

T 

2 

3 

4 

Cox<:a"kie. 1 

2 

Durham... 1 
2 

Greenville 

Ilalcott ... 

Hunter 1 

o 

Jewett .... 
Lexiugtou 1 

2 

N. F/tim're I 
2 
Prattsville 
Windham . 



150 
221 

90 

^24 

02 

3i3 

83 

1«8 

178 

340 

05 

170 

150 

270 

20 

52 

84 

129 

35 

43 

lot 

92 

07 

189 



66 

305 

58 
249 

50 
B28 
174 
119 
152 
344 
132 
2ol 
118 
247 

71 
101 

59 
143 
122 
133 
230 
141 
197 
205 



65 
309 

50 
219 

51 
330 
174 
119 
155 
349 
133 
2(>5 
120 
2 15 

72 

98 
104 
143 
123 
139 
233 
J 48 
201 
204 



10,0 
220 



KM 



3447 39C4 3094 



95 


94 


220 


177 


0] 


66 


307 


240. 


83 


99 


188 


105 


170 


145 


335 


30! 1 


65 


71 


108 


101 


154 


130 


• 277 


202 


20 


37 


90 


42 


80 


95 


129 


128 


34 


37 


45 


41 


158 


138 


92 


93 


94 


83 


101 


200 


3422 


3210 



2>3 I 

55 ; 

210 i 

4G ! 

250 ! 

no 

04 ! 
124 
20. t 

05 
£0(1 
108 
203 

62 
108 

50 
132 
123 
121 
200 
120 
217 
101 

3532 



HAMILTON 1 COUNTY. 



Arietta .... 
Reason.... 

Hope 

Indian L'e 
L. Pleasant 
Look Lake 
Morehouse 
Wells 



10 
6 
75 
31 
27 
59 
9 



24 


10 


88 


7 


83 


73 


31 


30 


40 


27 


3 


60 


33 


9 



24 

87 
84 
32 
40 
2 
33 



4:! 
21 
41 
49 
IS 



17 
105 
104 

2.5 

38 
5 

43 



70 144 CO 144 66 130 



287 452 285 452 244 407 



HERKIMER COUNTY. 



Columbia . 
Danube ... 
Fairfield .. 
Frankfort . 



German F. 1 
2 
Herkimer . 
Litchfield . 

Little Falls 1 
2 

Manheim . 

Newport .. 

Norway ... 

Ohio 

Russia 1 

o 

Salisbury.. 
Schuyler .. 

Stark 

Warren . . . 1 
2 

Wilmurt... 1 
2 
WinfieUl .. 



■>98 
205 
226 
244 
141 
324 
437 
281 
199 
451 
110 
190 
207 
130 
114 
2i'7 
112 
311 
238 
232 
135 
80 
29 



103 
147 
131 
236 

49 
370 
212 
377 
143 
513 
239 
253 
127 
125 
132 

55 

si 
158 
144 
142 
103 

99 



102 



207 
204 
22* i 
24 1 
142 
320 
440 
2-2 
199 
454 
109 
105 
299 
130 
110 
200 
114 
310 
236 
230 
136 
80 
27 

"255 



165 

147 
131 

230 

48 

370 

213 

376 

142 

510 

241 

253 

1 25 

125 

131 

56 

79 

159 

146 

145 

103 

90 

10 

"ioo 



309 
207 
237 
259 
153 
201 
327 
205 
195 
425 
100 
196 
347 
127 
115 
270 
93 
300 
230 
215 



154 
130 
111 
233 
55 
356 
191 
305 
130 
473 
2H4 
223 
115 
110 
78 
46 
81 
140 
134 
157 



Dist. 

Adams 1 

2 

i Alexandria 1 



I Antwerp .. 1 
2 

i Rrownville 1 

: I 

4 
: C. Vincent 1 

2 
I Champion. 
' Clayton ... 1 



EUisburgh. 1 

2 

3 

Henderson 

Uounsfield 1 



Le Ray.. 

Lorraine 
Lyme.... 



Orleans 



ramelia .. 

Philadel'a. 
Rodman .. 

Rutland .. 



Theresa ... 
Watertown 1 



YVilna , 



Worth 



Brooklyn : 
1st ward 



•210 185 

1 23 3 

1 5 

275 83 



5346 4109 5341 4115 5182 3831 



R. 

270 

208 

88 

149 

102 

B79 

s7 

91 

00 

134 

187 

195 

72 

00|J 

150 
223 
253 
243 
304 
2s4 
101 

92 
102 
230 
234 
183 
116 
114 

65 

60 
120 

53 

76 
192 
124 
189 
311 
165 
140 
304 
2*7 
272 
220 
128 
253 

79 
146 

65 









ent. 


Govern'r. 


D. 


K. 


1). 


121 


271 


126 


78 


207 


SI 


117 


88 


147 


82 


110 


86 


109 


101 


109 


142 


;;78 


142 


M 


87 


86 


91 


02 


92 


63 


90 


62 


:',:> 


134 


35 


00 


185 


57 


238 


195 


288 


111 


71 


112 


147 


•..).) 


151 


141 


150 


141 


20(1 


°22 


257 


213 


249 


217 


136 


243 


136 


110 


>XlM 


121 


140 


282 


141 


108 


160 


100 


24 


91 


24 


61 


102 


01 


177 


230 


177 


109 


230 


114 


159 


1«2 


100 


76 


116 


78 


96 


112 


97 


44 


64 


45 


36 


60 


36 


82 


118 


82 


52 


53 


51 


65 


76 


65 


105 


188 


167 


69 


123 


70 


192 


101 


192 


87 


312 


88 


49 


102 


52 


99 


138 


101 


248 


°90 


252 


288 


2S6 


200 


103 


26(5 


108 


231 


126 


157 


155 


217 


238 


230 


251 


23 1 


98 


78 


100 


57 


142 


61 


92 


65 


92 



^-1866 — , 
Govern'r. 



R. 

252 

205 

91 

157 

118 

354 

85 

101 

S'.t 

130 

170 

196 

86 

313 

152 

108 

245 

242 

'J-'.i 

273 

1-19 

92 

99 

203 

213 

109 

122 

130 

62 

58 

128 

60 

73 

177 

119 

ISO 

309 

156 

133 

296 

268 

255 

209 

113 

225 

78 

144 

70 



KINGS COUNTY. 



2d ward . 1 



3d ward . 1 



4th ward . 1 



5th ward . 1 
2 

3 
4 

5 
6 



6th ward . 1 



368 
157 
63 

95 
73 

144 
321 
430 



258 
406 
309 
412 
396 
359 
221 
203 

534 212 

225 i 5 

227 

210 

270 

269 
32 
23 
83 

1-5 
99 

140 

144 
3<l 

138 

114 

181 

244 



359 



3-2 
208 
220 
211 
395 
506 
341 
517 
147 
2* I 
351 

343 
637 
4-1 

413 



148 


409 


59 


374 


S3 


411 


73 


394 


127 


375 


298 


242 


405 


322 


517 


2:53 


214 


24:; 


221 


3*8 


196 


219 


209 


230 


•:•- 


•:.- 


33 


395 


20 


509 


78 


310 


157 


542 


94 


154 


131 


2-4 


14-< 


349 


45 


338 


127 


643 


136 


490 


18(1 


225 


240 


419 



1). 

125 

75 

124 

59 

115 

107 

69 

83 

58 

31 

55 

193 

102 

140 

127 

231 

101 

127 

90 

139 

155 

31 

61 

170 

106 

128 

75 

88 

51 

40 

71 

54 

61 

160 

54 

178 

87 

56 

95 

215 

234 

173 

154 

128 

180 

86 

46 

70 



8421 5883 8340 5955 8147 5314 



339 

153 

82 

79 

155 

292 

345 
400 
324 
350 
307 



40 
64 
90 
118 
131 
123 



108 
100 



216 



230 
357 
494 

217 
536 

'232 
270 
105 
294 
421 
357 



614 
329 
445 

207 
221 

42-8 



o2o 
470 
577 
514 



76 




EVENING 


JOURNAL ALMANAC, 


1869 


















i - . 




, — 1866 — , 
Govern'r. 








ICttQ 




i^fip 






Presi 


dent. 


Govern'r. 


1 




President. 


Gove 


•n'r. 


/ 1 001 

Gover 


— \ 
r/r. 




Dist 


It. 


D. 


K. 


1). 


EC. 


D. 


list 


. R. 


D. 


R. 


!). 


R. 


D. 




Cth ward . 5 


226 


478 


208 


4;»6 


242 


373 


20th ward . 


3 


293 


278 


283 


288 


157 


118 




I 


230 


510 


818 


BIG 








4 


185 


118 


187 


119 


142 


107 




7 


363 


' j t 


278 


• 








5 


413 


232 


407 


241 


402 


264 




7th ward . 1 


243 




2.;; 


331 


998 


'357 




6 


289 


93 


2*2 


104 


201 


80 




2 


206 


129 


201 


188 


178 


801 




7 


371 


197 


356 


212 


.... 






1 


428 




417 


. 


•.94 


212 


21st ward 


1 


213 


140 


208 


146 


.... 








4 


;;.'i 


3><J 


• 


BID 


987 


221 




2 


415 


361 


428 


382 


.... 








5 


69 




68 


191 


206 


211 




3 


132 


405 


126 


412 


.... 








6 


224 




il5 


- 


.... 


.... 




4 


329 


473 


294 


510 


.... 








7 


146 


" 


149 


-. 








5 


286 


215 


275 


224 


. ..! 








8th ward . 1 




■ 


, 


4-: 


'iofl 


'i.'>4 




8 


209 


353 


185 


376 










2 


m 


• '1 




306 


210 


343 


22d ward . 


1 


225 


200 


221 


206 


.... 








3 


92 


202 


H 


208 


136 
U7 


378 

•_- | 





3 
4 


195 
236 
166 


224 
300 
300 


190 
220 
153 


2°7 
312 
315 


.... 


•• 






9th ward . 1 


i;j 


M 


'ii3 


i 


'ici 


'4:i 


Flatbush .. 




243 


327 


233 


337 


*io8 


2l" 8 




2 


IN 


.. 


• 


. 


113 


453 


Platlands.. 




176 


163 


170 


170 


143 


124 




J 


19 


n 


its 


898 


i«;i 


I ; 


Gravesend 




110 


175 


100 


185 


93 


123 




4 


75 




70 


1 M 


ISO 


848 


New Lots . 


1 


310 


466 


286 


494 


252 


478 




5 


ia 




178 


SSI 


313 


■_■ 1 




2 


134 


304 


130 


310 










.... 








llitf 
178 


145 
243 


N. Utrecht 




181 


311 


175 


321 


"126 


249 




10th ward . 1 




■ 


" 






27707 


59.838 26149 41416 19634 29166 




I 

3 


143 


•- 

479 


189 


488 


141 


429 

251 


■ 




LEWIS COUNTY. 








4 






. 


• 


908 




Croshan . . 


1 


77 


117 


74 


120 


60 


90 




5 






944 


241 


89 


544 







44 


200 


44 


198 


46 


157 




•; 


. 


240 


312 


. 


976 


198 


Denmark . 


1 


195 


74 


198 


73 


188 


68 




7 


.- 




jj 


BOB 


806 


QM 




2 


222 


65 


221 


65 


22 


62 




8 


194 


... 






270 


993 




1 


"29 


39 


28 


41 


30 


44 




9 


191 


m 




- 




■ • . • 




2 


20 


60 


20 


60 


20 


52 




10 




u 












3 


98 


87 


99 


86 


89 


70 




11th ward . 1 


2:H 




. 


■ 


'948 


'280 




1 


105 


140 


107 


139 


93 


75 




| 


i 1 


• 


.- 


i t 


191 


292 




2 


152 


148 


151 


T49 


125 


95 




3 




410 




497 


274 


21a 


Harrish'h . 




168 


117 


167 


118 


164 


110 




4 


^ . 


1.'. 


984 


176 


312 


321 


HighM'kt. 




36 


194 


36 


194 


42 


192 




5 


• 


• 


. 


4:.; 




168 






62 


204 


61 


204 


58 


154 




6 


107 


■ - 


lot 


- 


137 


351 


Leyden ... 


1 


202 


90 


198 


93 


178 


80 




7 


4J4 


5 . 


411 


SOB 








2 


77 


125 


79 


125 


75 


112 




12th ward . 1 


141 




ISO 


■ 


55 


"670 


T.owville .. 




423 


234 


4°2 


235 


390 


188 




2 




47d 




477 


18 


137 


Martinsb'h 1 


151 


60 


151 


60 


134 


60 




3 










11 


407 




2 


220 


115 


218 


117 


218 


82 




13th ward . 1 


161 






• 


130 


894 


Montague. 




93 


86 


93 


86 


91 


75 




308 


. 


898 




i;4 


221 


N. Liiemen 


1 


111 


176 


107 


180 


89 


172 




1 






481 


818 




267 




2 


4 


102 


4 


103 


6 


61 




3 








849 




267 


Osceola ... 




80 


75 


78 


78 


69 


66 




4 


516 


sa 


487 


sTo 


411 


230 


I'inckney . 




153 


149 


152 


150 


155 


139 




5 




141 


940 


IB i 


213 


123 




1 


192 


81 


192 


81 


185 


66 










. 


lDO 


171 


Ul 




2 


101 


39 


101 


39 


92 


37 




14th ward . 1 


H 




:i 


891 


78 


538 


Watson ... 




136 


169 


137 


169 


124 


121 




2 


141 








170 


469 


W. Turin.. 


t 


177 


140 


176 


140 


175 


115 




1 




•i A 


l J 


159 


121 






2 


73 


66 


73 


66 


53 


53 




4 








937 


1-7 






3 


11 


86 


10 


86 


11 


74 




5 






M 




• 


285 




















6 






191 












3412 


3238 


3397 


3238 


3182 2670 




15th ward . 1 






l-.; 




iai 


ioi 




















S 






844 


. • 


- 


820 




LIYLN 


5TON C 








3 


t 


i M 


898 




410 


350 




1 


173 


68 


173 


68 


161 


49 




4 








Jil 








2 


132 


184 


132 


185 


125 


150 




5 


Ml 




149 










3 


46 


30 


46 


30 


42 


35 






1 »l 






170 






Caledonia 




203 


128 


205 


125 


204 


109 




10th ward . 1 






■ 


970 


210 


240 


Conesus ... 




218 


93 


215 


96 


196 


94 








gi 


- 




2" '2 


857 


Geneseo... 


1 


207 


128 


202 


133 


193 


124 




j 








919 


178 


351 




2 


167 


106 


166 . 


108 


166 


90 










1-: 


810 


'.'"1 


969 


Groveland 




127 


154 


126 


155 


131 


117 




1 






114 




lid 


400 


Leicester.. 




228 


182 


°2S 


182 


215 


143 










I-: 




114 


403 


Limn 




374 


249 


367 


258 


352 


219 




7 


171 






i 






Livonia ... 


1 


159 


102 


156 


105 


157 


85 




8 


■ 














2 


204 


97 


264 


97 


256 


83 




17th ward 1 








■ 


'417 


'460 


M't Morris 


1 


220 


334 


215 


348 


212 


300 






■ 


• 






; i 


998 




2 


78 


65 


79 


64 


73 


56 




:; 
















3 


99 


92 


98 


92 


108 


go 




4 












.... 


N. Dansv'e 


1 


167 


215 


167 


217 


160 


189 




6 


bi 




lid 










2 


189 


253 


180 


256 


161 


236 




l*th ward 1 






•j ii 


478 


'in 


'290 


Nunda 


1 


159 


133 


158 


137 


153 


137 




• ■ 








-i 




270 




2 


222 


93 


220 


95 


192 


100 




1'Jth ward I 


.- 


. 




i 


178 


169 


Ossian 




141 


116 


142 


115 


125 


115 




2 


. 






941 




1-7 


Portage ... 




182 


121 


184 


121 


1*0 


106 




3 








4i.; 


970 




Bparts 




148 


150 


14^ 


150 


'145 


146 




20th ward . 1 








.Ul 




980 


Springwa'r 


1 


131 


54 


129 


57 


118 


51 




1 


Bfl 


..; 


187 


-. 


378 


381 




2 


269 


62 


266 


68 


251 


65 









EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 








77 


New York- 
Dist 


— Conl |r * ,, ** / ' 
















. iar 


\g 




, — 1866 — , 

Govern'r. 

It. I). 

371 374 




i Oi;o 




^-1865—, 

Govern'r. 
It 1) 


9th ward 


Dist 


President. 

It. 1). 

453 446 


Govern'r. 
R. I). 
449 450 


President. 
R '> 


Govern'r. 
R '> 


W't Sparta 
York 1 


148 

266 


130 

72 


147 

266 


131 
74 


127 

150 


134 

5* 


lOtlt " 
lllli " 




313 
318 


267 
491 


306 
809 


274 
500 


269 

267 


212 
359 


2 


113 


44 


113 


44 


102 


47 


12th " 




366 


329 


359 


;;.; , 


819 


230 
















13th •• 




408 


281 


393 


292 


253 


208 




4823 


3465 


4792 


3511 


1555 


3118 


14th " 




3*4 


212 




243 


314 


186 


'MADISON COUNTY. 








11682 


0019 11556 


022i; 


0604 


8225 


Brookfield. 1 
2 


154 

203 


48 
106 


154 
20] 


49 
111 


150 

210 


39 
109 




MONTGOMERY 


COUNTY 






3 


131 


132 


133 


131 


123 


98 


Amster'ni 


1 


427 


265 


421 


272 


' 370 


240 


4 


65 


61 


65 


61 


68 


68 




o 


381 


S3d 


381 


B51 




281 


Cazenovia. 1 


184 


'•2 


IBS 


92 


175 


73 


Canajoh'ie 1 


819 


814 


BIG 


318 


288 


336 


2 


252 


1(6 


252 


155 


211 


143 




2 


183 


118 


180 


121 


1-1 


106 


3 


199 


146 


195 


151 


192 


132 


Charleston 


129 


59 


132 


56 


114 


54 


De Ruyter. 


326 


105 


325 


100 


2X4 


89 




o 


159 


88 


161 


87 


150 


114 




273 


153 


275 


152 


263 


137 


Florida . 


. 1 


173 


121 


173 


121 


162 


119 


2 


294 


157 


296 


157 


272 


129 




2 


125 


117 


127 


145 


107 


155 


Fenner ... 


201 


140 


199 


142 


197 


111 




u 


83 


102 


:::: 


101 


82 


102 


Georneto'n 


285 


92 


285 


92 


279 


70 


Glen ,. 


, 1 


149 


189 


152 


184 


no 


201 


Hamilton . 1 


337 


148 


3*7 


148 


304 


106 




2 


51 


65 


56 


65 


64 


5:/ 


2 


301 


152 


303 


151 


305 


138 




3 


127 


xt 


128 


-.: 


105 


89 


Lebanon .. 1 


175 


38 


177 


38 


181 


26 


Minden . 


. 1 


444 


361 


441 


366 


480 


280 


o 


119 


78 


119 


79 


113 


57 




o 


107 


62 


108 


62 


102 


56 




147 


135 


148 


134 


137 


128 




3 


84 


95 


84 


95 


96 


85 


2 


495 


392 


492 


394 


410 


375 


Mohawk . 


. 1 


118 


113 


118 


116 


107 


85 


3 


186 


190 


1*3 


194 


191 


179 




2 


224 


286 


223 


29 


206 


2 8 


4 


314 


220 


313 


220 


281 


1(53 


Palatine. 


. 1 


1UM 


229 


111 


226 


96 


248 


Madison .. 


359 


211 


356 


214 


353 


178 




o 


194 


136 


194 


136 


1-2 


125 


Nelson .... 1 


125 


121 


125 


121 


108 


105 






43 


131 


43 


131 


52 


121 


2 


132 


57 


130 


58 


133 


55 




a 


97 


106 


97 


106 


91 


117 


Sinithfield . 


232 


65 


230 


67 


227 


68 




3 


83 


101 


84 


100 


78 


106 


Stockbri'ge 


276 


164 


277 


163 


244 


167 


St. Jo'nsv 


'e 


223 


2-2 


220 


2-5 


181 


294 


Sullivan... 1 


152 


298 


151 


299 


157 


267 
























2 


91 


163 


91 


163 


69 


167 






3981 


3810 


3982 


3814 


3619 


3615 


3 


96 


71 


96 


72 


95 


79 


















4 


81 


45 


81 


45 


78 


47 




NEW 






5 


81 


32 


81 


32 


86 


26 


1st ward 


. 1 


58 


811 


51 


814 


35 


672 













. 










2 


44 


719 


46 


717 


40 


61 17 




6266 


3968 


6255 


3991 


5923 


3519 




3 


27 


710 


25 


711 


38 


647 


MONRO K COUNTY 








4 
5 


49 
60 


369 
135 


47 
54 


371 
141 


40 
26 


lo7 
157 


Brighton . . 1 


173 


137 


170 


201 


126 


156 




6 


39 


185 


34 


191 






2 


160 


103 


161 


103 


148 


88 


















Chili 


210 


253 


204 


261 


160 


182 






277 


2929 


257 


2945 


179 


2190 


Clarkson .. 
Greece .... 1 


258 
239 
176 


196 

300 

267 


258 
237 
174 


196 
302 
268 


261 
224 
140 


158 
229 
264 


2d ward 


. 1 

o 


85 
62 


117 
186 


82 
55 


122 

191 


93 

41 


126 

141 


2 
Hamlin ... 


164 
392 


168 
120 


162 
391 


170 
120 


137 
343 


157 
94 






147 


303 


137 


313 


134 


267 


Henrietta . 1 


145 


105 


145 


105 


153 


63 


3d ward 


. 1 


117 


367 


112 


369 


85 


2*9 


2 


126 


121 


123 


124 


fit* 


130 




2 


86 


194 


80 


li'.t 


66 


124 


Irondequ't 1 


114 


206 


114 


207 


78 


161 




3 


29 


187 


45 


174 


33 


124 


2 


IBS 


167 


162 


167 


110 


157 




4 


16 


76 


15 


76 


12 


56 


Mendon... 1 


156 


185 


156 


190 


146 


162 


















2 


171 


134 


169 


128 


143 


134 






248 


824 


252 


818 


196 


593 


Ojrden 


332 


312 


330 


315 


304 


238 


4th ward 


. 1 


180 


4*5 


157 


508 


132 


341 


Parma .... 1 


177 


142 


177 


142 


171 


90 




2 


136 


731 


12.: 


745 


107 


557 


2 


274 


68 


273 


68 


241 


43 




3 


41 


Ml 


42 


633 


59 


474 


Penfield... 1 


267 


145 


270 


143 


224 


135 




4 


38 


469 


32 


505 


26 


297 


2 


173 


67 


174 


66 


155 


36 




5 


63 


417 


60 


417 


35 


296 


Perinton . . 1 


311 


220 


310 


'222 


274 


197 




6 


23 


428 


22 


429 


43 


290 


2 


162 


100 


163 


100 


152 


69 




7 


51 


579 


44 


593 


41 


395 


Pittsford . . 


oo* 


218 


228 


219 


203 


208 


















Riga 


258 


195 


252 


Ji>7 


2°7 


149 






532 


37>0 


489 


3x30 


443 


2650 


Rush 
Sweden.... 1 


209 
189 


154 
89 


206 
188 


155 
89 


193 

193 


113 
73 


5th ward 


. 1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 


35 


116 


32 


120 


45 


114 


2 

Webster . . 1 

2 


357 
241 
161 


135 
70 


356 
240 
161 


296 

136 


316 
225 

146 


204 

115 

71 




58 
138 

246 
SI 
141 
143 
83 


95 
343 

219 
367 
447 
479 
572 


55 

■ - 
238 

69 
127 
137 

78 


lol 
361 
231 

373 
461 

4-9 
573 


44 
117 
236 


121 
312 

207 
324 
336 
341 
397 


Wheatland 1 
2 
Rochester: 
1st ward.. 


189 
101 

272 


101 
114 

324 


W 
101 

262 


104 
114 

334 


195 
96 

236 


93 
98 

272 




x2 
125 

91 

63 


2d " .. 
3d " .. 


370 
518 


389 
403 


368 
613 


;>9 

418 


289 

481 


339 
350 






945 


2638 


874 


2709 


603 


2152 


4th " . . 


344 


306 


335 


317 


302 


247 


6th ward 


.' 1 


12 


24 


9 


27 


25 


35 


5th " .. 


468 


500 


456 


511 


339 


4'^ 




o 


26 


136 


21 


149 


14 


119 


6th " .. 


388 


347 


387 


346 


276 


312 




3 


50 


493 


52 


492 


50 


323 


7th " .. 


374 


257 


367 


265 


343 


171 




4 


72 


299 


63 


309 


57 


294 


6th " .. 


436 


563 


426 


574 


365 


433 




5 


60 


772 


56 


774 


30 


459 



78 




EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 
















i - ■» 


in 


>& — > 
•n"r. 




, 1868 i 

President. Govern'r. 


. — 1866 — , 
Govern'r. 




President. 


jovern'r. Gove 






Dist. It. 


l». 


it 


1>. K. 


1). 


Dist 


J!. 1). 


It. 


1). 


R. 


1». 




6th ward. 


B 21 


nj 


I!' 


753 94 


634 


11th ward. 6 


S3 3".2 


79 


368 


70 


208 






7 43 


521 


42 


520 2* 


230 


7 


59 2*3 


40 


304 


52 


440 






8 33 


211 


33 


218 33 


170 


8 


10-J 540 


91 


553 


77, 


3*4 






9 39 


514 


34 


19 


701 


9 


107 452 


91 


471 


121 


211 






10 20 


4.31 


19 


430 14 


216 


10 


78 377 


06 


393 


95 


217 






11 22 


ua 


21 


842 .... 


.... 


11 
12 


42 265 

08 202 


36 
63 


270 
206 


las 

80 


246 
304 






403 


-;- - 


309 


ma vi 


3251 


13 


82 235 


77 


241 


83 


393 




7th war J. 


1 l.'I 


579 


115 


592 91 


3:18 


14 
15 


S:i 243 
60 259 


73 
53 


252 
273 


116 
33 


297 
216 






2 Oil 


- 


70 


1041 47 


0-.2 


16 


81 478 


78 


4X5 


90 


3: 15 






3 112 


oil 


183 


MB P9 




17 


116 223 


102 


237 


57 


250 






4 79 


Ml 


Ii 


848 04 


218 


18 


154 295 


139 


311 


72 


401 






5 114 


:;j 


98 


779 199 




19 


170 372 


103 


379 


65 


282 






6 24* 


-• 


20* 


663 210 


4»; 


20 
21 
22 


59 219 
22 139 


53 


225 










7 )•;» 




147 


394 129 


212 


21 


139 










8 158 


HI 


114 


BOB 104 


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30 184] 


25 


1^8 




.... 






9 154 


611 


142 


691 114 


.- 


23 


151 278 


151 


292 




.... 






10 M 

11 63 


T.Vi 
H72 


*0 
53 


7'>7 BB 
S7I 


553 

4-:; 


24 
25 


67 162 
88. 187 


74 
85 


155 
190 


.... 








1399 


6811 


ISC 


6S95 1142 


4050 




2303 8039 


2008 


8342 


1601 


6128 




Slh ward 


1 91 




7S 


. ' 


164 


















2 U 


. . 


n 


M no 


546 


12 th ward. 1 


157 334 


144 


349 


115 


293 






3 9H 


1*4 


91 


i.;i ill 


960 


o 


2*5 694 


252 


725 


231 


404 






4 113 


454 


n 


472 BB 


217 


3 


280 546 


251 


574 


150 


331 






5 BO 






•Jim 51 


853 


4 


270 276 


245 


300 


227 


387 






6 !»9 




M 


. 


277 


5 


112 2*2 


103 


292 


422 


512 






7 131 


. - 


103 


984 174 


47* 


6 


174 140 


164 


148 


251 


201 






8 l'fl 


312 


181 


::i'.i 911 


873 


7 


522 419 


478 


467 


53 


359 






■ 


HI 




99J 169 


319 


8 


257 246 


242 


202 


205 


336 






10 |6i 


Hi 


153 


an no 


994 


9 


119 192 


108 


202 










11 149 


m 


l.v, 


407 m 


9*1 


10 


90 4K0 


104 


449 


.... 








II 141 


891 


iai 


803 54 


200 


11 


311 454 


302 


4(W 










IS 90 


319 




•V«| 




















14 H 


212 


47 


HO '.'.'.'. 






2577 4049 


2393 


4234 


1057 


2943 






H 


• 


77 


• ■•» .... 




















M |« 


i 


ISO 


8*4 .... 





13th ward. 1 


117 243 


100 


257 


170 


414 






17 01 


314 


38 


336 .... 




2 
3 


162 299 
130 335 


133 
118 


328 
343 


191 
103 


482 
575 






1916 


■ 


1719 


BOM 13*1 


3920 


4 


143 392 


114 


423 


97 


477 




Tth ward 


1 14* 

2 211 

■ 

6 80 

7 417 


448 

n 

317 

2«0 

• - 
■ 


l'n 
1 u 


4M to 

4im 19! 

I'll 
963 •>:> 

171 121 


841 
816 

313 
228 
270 
2H2 
817 
102 


5 
6 

8 
9 
10 
11 
12 


118 292 

115 436 

86 328 

82 378 

72 272 

107 343 

123 190 

104 333 


101 
98 
67 
71 
00 
87 

118 
98 


309 
402 
349 
389 
283 
302 
191 
339 


156 
126 

114 


832 
203 
193 
337 






a sis 

. 1 


i;o 


IW 


901 156 

171 111 


173 
lid 


13 
14 


26 153 
122 258 


38 
133 


139 
216 


.... 








11 BM 

13 310 


-7 J 




946 2')l 
I6J |98 


109 




1507 4252 


1336 


4421 


1025 


3053 






1.1 127 
1J 961 
17 «J 


Ml 


SOB 


- 

I5i 179 

841 201 
844 906 


•-27 
::,i 
gag 

818 
160 


14th ward. 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


67 293 
39 417 

35 341 

64 004 
117 336 


61 
31 
30 
59 
100 


297 
420 
348 
610 
351 


47 
16 
40 
51 

89 


209 
437 
375 
457 
278 








4-90 




-- v . - 


4187 


6 

7 


157 550 
137 388 


138 
117 


507 
409 


95 

77 


420 
275 




10th ward 


1 1- 


. 


119 


CM 151 




8 


00 417 


55 


429 


52 


200 






3 190 




1 IP 


874 191 


4H 


9 


47 439 


31 


456 


75 


551 












379 IX 




10 


58 477 


54 


479 


59 


219 






4 m 






BIO 161 




11 


51 156 


47 


160 












. 


174 


4. '7 14/. 


864 



























■ 


• 


- 




830 4420 


726 


4526 


601 


3396 














373 


















■ 




177 


884 169 


495 


13th ward. 1 


308 321 


281 


340 


228 


234 






■ 




i : 






2 


209 291 


190 


313 


123 


274 










lit 


■ -•'. .... 




3 


155 318 


143 


323 


78 


29! • 






ii ii. • 




-j 


. . 




4 


409 2-S 


389 


309 


285 


224 






.. 




- 


•Jul .... 




5 
6 


108 80 
243 138 


161 

22-5 


103 
159 


124 

109 


89 

151 






. 


4tM 


1571 


4411 1904 


3157 


7 
8 


228 128 

315 356 


212 
289 


133 

384 


175 
112 


SO 
390 




lllhwtN 


. i • 


<•: 


■ 


691 57 


851 





213 177 


2a-> 


1*9 


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105 






3 70 






J 




10 


197 241 


193 


246 


133 


171 










70 


741 69 


411 


11 


107 150 


158 


161 


119 


146 






4 fill 




4B 


. «• 178 























tfl 




41o 105 


811 




2002 2493 


2440 


2602 


1728 


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EVENING 


JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 








79 


New Yohk - 


















lOCL 




. — 18G6 — -. 
Goveni'r. 
It. 


■ Collt in in u. 

t CMU 




,— 18C6— > 


rist 


President, 

H. I> 


Govem'r. 
It. I>. 










Dist 
lGtli ward. 1 
2 


Presi 
K. 
963 

158 


lent. 

n. 

323 
196 


Gove 

It. 
246 
146 


n'r. 
1). 
330 
209 


Gove 
It 

198 
1*4 


ii r. 
1). 
211 
829 


18th ward. 22 
23 
24 


89 

21 
50 


194 
159 

365 


23 
18 
49 


201 
102 
23* 




.... 


3 
4 


131 
148 


216 
353 


119 
139 


233 
869 


210 
236 


so: 

2n3 




3547 


6004 


3202 


0937 


2484 


4783 


5 


167 


320 


151 


829 


176 


217 


19th ward. 1 


103 


2*2 


98 


0*S 


119 


265 


8 


2*8 


248 


278 


263 


184 


275 


2 


118 


298 


107 


3<17 


10.', 


252 


7 


2t>6 


981 


261 


2!7 


142 


31 13 


3 


196 


124 


116 


135 


56 


78 


' 8 


964 


379 


217 


3!U 


220 


400 


4 


22 


153 


21 


150 


118 


429 


9 


1!'8 


431 


178 


4:t9 


957 


250 


6 


190 


145 


175 


101 


103 


124 


10 


97 


350 


93 


353 


927 


171 


6 


110 


88P 


M 


;;:.4 


240 


375 


11 


165 


215 


157 


252 


212 


138 


7 


121 


7'.' 


120 


83 


106 


9)16 


la 


861 


267 


860 


299 


238 


403 


8 


141 


556 


120 


968 


204 


0(|l 


13 


241 


204 


233 


216 


39 


89 


9 


124 


no 


120 


152 


68 


103 


14 


264 


18» 


255 


155 


67 


111) 


10 


162 


229 


151 


237 


157 


838 


15 


160 


r.>7 


156 


201 






11 


*3 


Hi; 


71' 


1O0 


242 


252 


16 


154 


320 


138 


312 






12 


.188 


184 


198 


191 


110 


341 


17 


49 


131 


45 


134 






13 


187 


290 


1*2 


2i'7 


33 


148 


W 


96 


160 


94 


163 






14 


225 


375 


191 


4IHi 


45 


113 
















15 


!«i 


118 


81 


I:;:! 


60 


112 




3171 


4719 


3269 


4919 


2594 


3647 


16 


122 


207 


lit 


277 


yog 


341 
















17 


91 


154 


M 


10", 


202 


3- s 6 


17th ward. 1 


233 


838 


187 


379 


157 


295 


18 


150 


278 


195 


301 






o 


113. 


966 


100 


27!> 


163 


397 


19 


10 


76 


!l 


77 






3 


154 


269 


115 


3<W 


114 


386 


20 


148 


42.5 


134 


4;W 






4 


130 


251 


1H6 


274 


139 


300 


21 


83 


107 


79 


110 






5 


181 


845 


146 


379 


166 


336 


o.> 


58 


135 


45 


13S 






6 


165 


297 


141 


323 


130 


208 


23 


77 


150 


71 


IS6 






7 


243 


3*9 


202 


3:'.4 


151 


235 


24 


68 


106 


58 


no 






8 


160 


236 


158 


251 


140 


319 


25 


87 


195 


83 


199 






9 


22.5 


273 


196 


300 


93 


99 


26 


61 


145 


53 


157 






10 


295 


215 


277 


233 


78 


243 


27 


1*0 


239 


165 


254 






11 


31 10 


273 


270 


303 


193 


179 


28 




73 


3.) 


7* 






J 2 


139 


274 


129 


284 


214 


220 


29 


1*26 


154 


108 


170 






13 


67 


393 


53 


4H2 


98 


404 


30 


151 


154 


14.; 


157 






14 


210 


260 


183 


2*3 


47 


464 


31 


10 


69 


9 


09 






15 


219 


388 


178 


420 


91 


369 
















16 


34 


2! 19 


31 


3(13 


109 


2*:! 




3451 


6130 


3140 


6424 


2203 


4210 


17 


63 


453 


51 


465 


114 


349 
















18 


127 


406 


118 


413 


105 


478 


20th ward. 1 


56 


357 


51 


358 


48 


355 


19 


147 


350 


132 


367 


120 


319 


2 


123 


359 


112 


307 


1*2 


2! '9 


20 


78 


139 


64 


151 


77 


449 


3 


71 


222 


69 


223 


189 


413 


21 


119 


2!U 


94 


315 


68 


430 


4 


17 


131 


15 


133 


06 


258 


22 


110 


271 


83 


297 


147 


412 


5 


03 


409 


59 


413 


m; 


214 


23 


108 


259 


80 


286 


78 


465 


6 


142 


526 


133 


532 


97 


372 


24 


67 


214 


51 


229 


47 


4*9 


7 


129 


208 


120 


210 


55 


350 


25 


118 


171 


91 


195 






8 


207 


370 


194 


3*0 


127 


142 


26 


63 


215 


46 


230 






<t 


152 


350 


133 


gfifi 


115 


*2 


27 


86 


345 


70 


359 


.... 




10 


169 


142 


151 


152 


135 


104 


28 


23 


276 


17 


2*1 


.... 




11 


104 


299 


101 


300 


140 


150 


29 


90 


255 


65 


281 






12 


152 


177 


140 


1*7 


177 


243 


30 


123 


265 


94 


290 


.... 




13 


134 


107 


125 


1\* 


88 


410 


31 


152 


•VM 


120 


252 






14 


153 


127 


143 


140 


119 


333 


32 


60 


273 


54 


277 






15 


147 


127 


137 


138 


118 


2*2 


33 


8*5 


<xi2 


43 


331 






16 


146 


265 


132 


279 


193 


370 


34 


40 


34-: 


33 


353 


• • • • 




17 


133 


4*6 


109 


510 


137 


4ls 


33 


42 


444 


35 


449 






18 


253 


343 


230 


3K3 


135 


351 




- 




- 










19 


131 


<*»q 


120 


310 


104 


2K3 




4382 


0216 


3813 


0982 


2869 


8128 


20 


155 


333 


156 


•<;;2 


14s 


320 


18th ward. 1 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 
7 
8 
9 


307 
446 
487 
407 
370 
114 
127 
204 
118 


209 
234 
2*4 
246 
257 
347 
470 
2*9 
75 


275 
425 
461 
367 
357 
108 
116 
1*1 
112 


240 
252 
308 
2*8 
278 
350 
4-3 
313 

HI 


226 
331 
339 
223 
2-31 
244 
233 
93 
198 


191 
184 
241 

ISO 

23° 
373 
3« 
200 
258 


21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
98 
29 


196 
135 
151 

94 
128 
99 

84 

tw 

126 


354 
859 
8*5 

350 
19} 
2-39 
2ii9 
124 
272 


°23 
lT3 
141 
86 
114 
87 
76 
H 
117 


328 
375 
393 

8ti0 

213 

270 
217 
134 
2>l 


]«4 
86 


1-0 
210 


10 
11 


138 

113 


245 
162 


124 
104 


255 
172 


89 

148 


386 
401 




3711 


8140 


3450 


8394 


2609 


6109 


12 


108 


231 


101 


2:W 


58 


325 


21st ward. 1 


204 


406 


194 


416 


159 


2*5 


13 


86 


431 


80 


135 


37 


5i'>8 


2 


64 


318 


61 


322 


110 


407 


14 


141 


390 


120 


4011 


53 


315 


3 


91 


348 


83 


956 


152 


457 


15 


72 


314 


67 


348 


58 


560 


4 


77 


284 


72 


290 


va 


473 


IB 


37 


215 


35 


218 


• • • • 




5 


73 


7a-> 


51 


725 


111 


4HJ 


17 


35 


B59 


26 


356 






r> 


71 


599 


77 


604 


66 


264 


18 


23 


an 


18 


213 






7 


79 


283 


93 


209 


W 


201 


19 


21 


323 


15 


326 






8 


93 


438 


93 


435 


1*0 


161 


20 


53 


300 


50 


303 






9 


91 


414 


93 


414 


193 


21 »; 


21 


37 


463 


30 


470 






10 


106 


375 


101 


373 


256 


281 



80 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 


, M 


68 




- — 1866 — , 






1868 




, — 1866 — v 






President. 


Govern'r. 


Govern'r. 




Presi 


dent. 


Govern'r. 


Govern'r. 


Dist. U. 1). 


ft. 


P. 


It. 


D. 


Dist 


. h. 


D. 


K. 


D. 


K. 


1>. 


21st ward. 11 42 194 


43 


191 


236 


232 


Wilson.... 1 


280 


180 


229 


182 


220 


154 


12 108 238 


115 


225 


205 


176 


2 


157 


85 


158 


86 


161 


64 


13 245 1*3 


235 


198 


303 


182 
















14 260 321 


233 


347 


298 


178 




5118 


4695 


4990 


4842 


4716 


3989 


13 359 354 


344 


373 




.... 
















16 856 299 


336 


318 








0NF.IDA 






17 405 194 


388 


219 






Annsville.. 


2>2 


349 


279 


352 


312 


322 


18 449 21 L 


422 


243 


.... 


.... 


Augusta . .. 


316 


218 


317 


207 


311 


204 


19 325 201 


305 


226 






Ava 


131 


127 


131 


126 


144 


120 












fioonville.. 


624 


428 


620 


433 


584 


467 


350 I 6370 


3339 


6546 


2580 


4063 j B'gewateV". 


192 


106 


189 


109 


198 


105 


22d ward. 1 335 566 


309 


5! '5 


237 


443 i Camden ... 


557 


298 


553 


303 


559 


286 


2 130 523 


124 


b'lo 


102 


479 | Deerfield .. 


246 


241 


242 


244 


235 


260 


3 367 265 


332 


299 


275 


282 i Florence .. 


164 


386 


159 


391 


137 


424 


4 316 577 


294 


594 


201 


428 i Floyd 


148 


162 


148 


156 


143 


1H3 


5 212 246 


198 


259 


133 


186 • Kirkland .. 


531 


478 


531 


478 


528 


436 


6 222 370 


205 


388 


186 




321 


350 


317 


352 


333 


357 


7 2*7 325 


268 


345 


226 


284 




175 


178 


170 


1*2 


182 


202 


8 1*7 300 


175 


311 


117 


241 


1 Marshall ... 


302 


210 


296 


214 


294 


193 


9 227 358 


206 


379 


194 


322 


N. Hartford 


562 


291 


563 


292 


590 


272 


10 102 1H5 


86 


209 


72 


161 


Paris 


516 


317 


513 


318 


557 


296 


11 187 402 


172 


418 


108 


201 


ltemsen ... 


399 


245 


401 


241 


402 


247 


18 128 277 


113 


290 


60 


185 




860 


1307 


858 


1309 


804 


1195 


13 250 540 


241 


547 


179 


386 


Sansxrfield 


287 


386 


2*4 


339 


253 


317 


14 147 438 


127 


456 


83 


2!K) 


Steuben . . . 


223 


92 


221 


94 


236 


112 


15 118 536 


105 


550 


72 


359 


Trenton ... 


624 


199 


626 


199 


612 


201 


16 158 412 


139 


430 


92 


286 


Vernon ... 


455 


257 


459 


253 


432 


260 


17 1)1 272 


106 


227 


78 


172 


Verona ... 


652 


508 


647 


511 


639 


608 

















Vienna 


3*0 


338 


379 


340 


356 


36* 


3485 6552 


3200 


6822 


2415 


4962 


Western .. 


252 


310 


251 


310 


258 


302 












Wtinorel'd 


440 


266 


439 


267 


480 


263 


Recapitulation — Vote by Wards. 




Whitest'n . 


546 


366 


547 


364 


544 


396 


1st ward.. 277 2929 


257 


2945 






Utica: 














2.1 147 303 


187 


313 






1st ward .. 


105 


214 


105 


216 


123 


227 


3d 248 824 


252 


818 






2d ward .. 


252 


415 


253 


414 


271 


372 


4 th 532 37*0 


480 


3830 






3d ward .. 


500 


352 


498 


354 


404 


374 


5l li • 945 2638 


874 


27(19 






4th ward .. 


511 


333 


514 


330 


488 


324 


6th 4(13 4998 


369 


5082 






5th ward . . 


211 


552 


211 


552 


220 


511 


7th 1399 6812 


1263 


6893 






6t h ward .. 


381 


621 


381 


623 


389 


562 


8th 1916 4*87 


1719 


5071 






7th ward . . 


449 


426 


451 


422 


418 


361 


9th 4389 4990 


4066 


52*9 




















10th 1924 4(168 


1571 


4411 








12593 


1276 


12555 


11295 1 


2431 


1121 


]lrh 2303 6039 


2008 


8342 




















12th 2577 4049 


2893 


4281 






ONO? 


COUNT] 






13th 1507 4252 


13.16 


4421 






Camillus . . 1 


189 


131 


190 


130 


178 


127 


14th 830 4420 
15th 2630 24H3 


726 
2446 


452»i 
2692 




.... 


2 


124 
302 


226 
66 


142 

301 


127 
70 


132 
297 


133 
63 


16lh 3471 4719 


3269 


4919 




.... 


2 


128 


54 


126 


56 


125 


54 


17lh 4582 1(1246 


3*13 


10982 


.... 




3 


111 


50 


111 


50 


99 


31 


lNh 3547 6664 


8262 


6937 


.... 


.... 


Clay 1 


315 


194 


314 


189 


294 


177 


19th 3451 6130 


3140 


0424 


.... 




2 


163 


52 


162 


53 


180 


34 


2lith 3711 8140 


3450 


8394 






De Witt... 1 


191 


171 


194 


168 


180 


15* 


21st 3501 6370 


3339 


* io 4 * I 


.... 




2 


203 


124 


201 


128 


165 


135 


22d 84*5 (>552 


8200 


6822 


— 


— 


Elbridge .. 1 

2 

Fabius .... 1 


140 
269 
250 


206 
297 
105 


137 
271 
252 


207 
297 
104 


144 

267 
252 


179 
246 

88 


47747 10-303 4:3372 1 


2522 


NIAOAKA COUNTY. 






2 
Geddes ... 


133 
430 


34 
326 


131 

427 


36 
331 


125 

382 


27 
225 


Cambria.. 277 171 


279 


174 


262 


148 


Lafayette . 1 


96 


64 


93 


68 


88 


69 


HurUaud.. 1 251 178 


251 


174 


251 


148 


2 


225 


160 


224 


161 


223 


151 


2 ft m 


m 


189 


186 


100 


Lysander.. 1 


255 


192 


255 


191 


239 


185 


Lewiston .. 1 MO 195 


159 


196 


138 


154 


2 


444 


247 


442 


249 


462 


189 


2 118 61 


us 


61 


124 


45 


Manlius... 1 


206 


163 


207 


165 


218 


141 


I.ockport.. 357 254 


356 


256 


336 


202 


2 


320 


163 


319 


165 


312 


123 


Lock|ti>rt city: 










3 


74 


84 


73 


84 


67 


86 


1st ward... 345 3.58 


342 


362 


344 


279 


4 


118 


139 


119 


138 


104 


138 


2.1 ward... 186 817 


182 


817 


155 


275 


5 


59 


57 


58 


59 


60 


59 


3d ward... 4.11 881 


(29 


BBS 


393 


264 


Marcellus . 1 


235 


135 


234 


139 


208 


106 


4th ward .. l-> 818 


182 


818 


1*5 


152 


2 


110 


50 


110 


50 


124 


58 


Newfaue ..1 150 135 


l&O 


US 


112 


143 


Onondaga. 1 


310 


143 


312 


141 


279 


97 


2 221 l'l 


223 


192 


213 


204 


2 


195 


243 


191 


247 


223 


220 


Niagara... 1 245 326 


281 


314 


213 


231 


3 


217 


125 


216 


125 


213 


127 


2 lot 227 


(IB 


$8 


121 


216 


Otisco 


194 


153 


191 


156 


204 


135 


Pendleton. 167 171 


l(i8 


176 


150 


143 


Pompey,... 1 


162 


134 


163 


133 


162 


115 


Porter 2(it \M 


889 


1*6 


236 


151 


2 


285 


117 


282 


120 


290 


97 


Uoyalton.. 1 23* 2:17 


sp 


219 


223 


213 


3 


97 


80 


96 


81 


86 


87 


2 279 2-'. 


277 


284 


24! 


255 




213 


163 


214 


162 


157 


18* 


Somerset.. 301 126 


303 


(28 


286 


113 


2 


90 


112 


90 


112 


92 


67 


Wheatfield 1 97 M) 


N 


|1 


69 


88 


Skane' teles 1 


273 


172 


269 


178 


207 


140 


2 101 262 


91 


HI 


66 


247 


2 


266 


199 


264 


204 


282 


215 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 18G9. 



81 



New York- 


- Continued. 

, 1868 

President. Gov< 














ifir-* 




r— 1866 — , 

Govern'r. 

It. 1). 


[rn'r. 


, — iyf>r — , 

Govern'r. 


Dist 


Pres 
. It. 


dent. 
D. 


IT — * 

Govern'r. 
It. I>. 


Dist 


. K. 


1). 


R. 


I). 


It. 


1). 


2d ward .. 




508 


498 


494 


.>'■') 


442 


3*2 


Spaflbrd.. 


1 


181 


60 


122 


60 


lor, 


61 


3d ward . . 




430 


229 


426 


233 


383 


176 




2 


lot 


66 


153 


66 


145 


42 


4tli ward . . 




358 


268 


350 


278 


338 


237 


Tully 




288 


141 


288 


143 


260 


138 


N. Winds'r 


1 


201 


132 


97 


136 


79 


108 


Van Burei 


1 


132 


iaa 


131 


135 


188 


135 




2 


88 


114 


*7 


111 


84 


89 




2 


814 


197 


315 


195 


264 


1*5 




3 


64 


Ui 


55 


61 


50 


ti4 


Syracuse: 
















Walkill 


1 


796 


510 


792 


514 


621 


376 


1st ward . 


1 


228 


251 


229 


249 


234 


213 




2 


157 


140 


155 


141 


160 


123 




2 


138 


223 


135 


226 


125 


175 




3 


185 


160 


1-1 


170 


181 


146 


2d ward . 


1 


147 


250 


142 


257 


102 


844 


Warwick. . 


1 


101 


170 


101 


170 


9 J 


153 




2 


3ii0 


316 


351 


323 


307 


268 







112 


114 


143 


113 


131 


87 


3d ward . 




858 


808 


252 


Buy 


828 


297 




8 


2-7 


294 


2*7 


298 


249 


235 


4th ward . 


1 


.'Mi 


185 


3'i5 


187 


321 


13i°> 




4 


Ml 


37 


81 


87 


63 


37 




2 


302 


300 


296 


314 


261 


869 


Waw'ya'da 




191 


2(6 


194 


246 


213 


216 


5th ward . 




587 


498 


578 


507 


423 


m 


















6th ward . 


1 


Oil) 


309 


502 


318 


418 


293 






8128 


7877 


*038 


7987 


7167 


6497 




o 


156 


105 


159 


109 


126 


K6 




ORI 






7 th ward . 


1 


404 


315 


459 


319 


453 


263 




















a 


228 


254 


227 


256 


171 


1*6 




1 


517 


423 


510 


428 


461 


388 


8th ward . 




4l>4 


2*i 


462 


265 


374 


189 




2 


263 


90 


888 


92 


232 


93 





















3 


211 


►5 


214 


83 


197 


72 




12636 


9217 


2541 


9312 


11560 


8028 


Carlton... 


1 


173 


92 


170 


96 


1.55 


82 




ONTARIO COUNTY. 






Clarendon. 


2 


244 
245 


•'4 

204 


241 
2(1 


71 

206 


227 
201 


61 
203 


Bristol .... 




279 


109 


278 


114 


250 


111 


Gaines 




313 


188 


811 


191 


2*8 


161 


dm a dice. . 




148 


46 


145 


4s 


141 


36 


Kendall ... 




250 


176 


250 


178 


250 


161 


Catianda'a 


1 


350 


309 


341 


315 


302 


267 


Murray 


1 


140 


161 


139 


HV4 


139 


153 




2 


318 


302 


318 


302 


275 


266 




2 


128 


129 


12* 


129 


117 


124 




3 


187 


47 


184 


51 


184 


41 


Ridgeway . 


1 


171 


87 


170 


*8 


167 


67 


E. Blnom'd 




304 


196 


303 


200 


280 


163 




o 


330 


230 


327 


237 


367 


140 


Farinin'ton 




292 


94 


2' '4 


98 


274 


68 




8 


149 


120 


149 


120 


137 


94 


Gorhain. .. 


1 


107 


133 


103 


136 


100 


127 


Shelby 




438 


276 


4;(5 


279 

120 


344 


216 




o 


!I4 


55 


93 


56 


92 


48 






332 


121 


334 


303 


91 




3 


loy 


63 


109 


63 


114 


53 
























Hopewell. . 




223 


181 


223 


181 


223 


160 






3904 


2466 


3882 


2482 


3585 


2106 


Manchest'i 


1 

2 


173 

130 


160 
152 


168 
142 


164 
148 


164 

118 


147 
140 




OSWEGO COUNTY. 








3 


98 


76 


95 


79 


95 


(SO 


Albion 




348 


205 


348 


204 


279 


184 


Naples .... 




356 


170 


355 


174 


336 


137 


Amboy .... 




165 


167 


165 


168 


164 


127 


Phelps .... 


1 


337 


287 


335 


289 


305 


275 


Hoylston .. 




166 


67 


165 


69 


143 


61 




2 


168 


112 


165 


114 


172 


88 


Constantia 


1 


181 


198 


177 


204 


138 


231 




3 


120 


214 


116 


215 


101 


198 




2 


233 


127 


230 


131 


202 


130 


Richmond. 




2f>5 


94 


259 


100 


248 


71 


Granby 


1 


299 


219 


295 


<V>| 


257 


2ol 


Seneca .... 


1 


305 


399 


300 


407 


26* 


366 




o 


167 


134 


167 


\M 


164 


131 




2 


349 


302 


345 


306 


308 


258 


Hannibal.. 


1 


314 


128 


314 


129 


2-1 


92 




3 


193 


107 


193 


106 


180 


100 




•I 


177 


112 


175 


114 


158 


101 




4 


152 


71 


150 


73 


139 


66 


Hastings... 


1 


112 


136 


144 


135 


123 


96 


S. Bristol .. 




155 


1(8 


154 


104 


128 


104 




2 


298 


125 


299 


125 


297 


137 






309 


267 


301* 


269 


299 


248 


Mexico 


1 


350 


99 


351 


98 


329 


71 


W.lil'mfi'd 




252 


114 


251 


117 


275 


75 




2 


346 


144 


348 


144 


310 


103 























N. Haven . 




362 


66 


358 


70 


347 


52 






5782 


4163 


5728 


4229 


5371 


3673 


Orwell 




202 


93 


197 


98 


169 


109 




ORANGE COUNT V. 






Oswego 


1 
2 


217 

141 


113 
109 


218 
140 


112 
110 


1*5 

139 


120 
80 


Bl'g Grove 


1. 


190 


113 


1*7 


115 


180 


91 


Oswego citj 


















2 


110 


101 


108 


104 


105 


80 


1st ward . . 




319 


322 


314 


328 


249 


303 


Chester ... 




209 


236 


207 


239 


202 


209 


2d ward.. 




329 


317 


327 


34D 


255 


315 


Cornwall.. 


I 


282 


3d 


277 


307 


223 


246 


3d ward . . 




605 


443 


607 


441 


444 


398 




2 


205 


200 


201 


205 


130 


169 


4th ward .. 




540 


377 


538 


3*1 


410 


341 


Crawford.. 




184 


285 


188 


286 


181 


282 


Palermo... 




308 


98 


370 


97 


346 


lt6 


Deerpark.. 


1 


76 


77 


74 


80 


58 


78 


Parish 




311 


155 


310 


156 


263 


137 




2 


50 


80 


52 


78 


50 


73 


Redfield... 




108 


96 


106 


98 


94 


97 




3 


325 


305 


322 


306 


508 


392 


Richland . 


1 


290 


145 


237 


149 


856 


149 




4 


268 


234 


265 


238 


88 


88 




2 


301 


151 


300 


152 


268 


142 




5 


101 


103 


98 


105 


.... 


.... 


Sandy C'k. 




398 


2a5 


397 


206 


218 


223 


Goshen ... 


1 


267 


372 


264 


375 


234 


297 


Schroeppel 


1 


241 


299 


241 


292 


378 


200 




2 


67 


106 


65 


108 


65 


88 




2 


181 


83 


180 


84 


154 


85 


Greenville 




67 


194 


69 


193 


72 


192 


Scriba .... 




393 


259 


3*7 


169 


352 


187 


llamp'nb'g 




«2 


186 


82 


188 


80 


138 


Volney .... 


1 


401 


238 


397 


2(4 


351 


211 


Mimsink .. 




103 


204 


104 


203 


78 


167 




2 


261 


275 


259 


277 


236 


217 


Monroe ... 


1 


163 


113 


163 


114 


167 


83 




3 


162 


50 


164 


48 


162 


53 




2 


258 


9t 


258 


90 


237 


69 


W. Munroe 




128 


138 


128 


136 


117 


112 




3 


168 


157 


166 


158 


141 


142 


W'mstown 




149 


194 


149 


195 


130 


168 


Montgom'y 


1 


251 


247 


241 


859 


215 


f>C<J 




















2 


277 


160 


272 


165 


255 


131 






9563 


6108 


9522 


6170 


8353 


5480 


Mt. Hope.. 
Newburgh. 


1 


217 
154 


211 
151 


216 
155 


213 
150 


196 
126 


214 
116 




OTSEGO COUNTY. 








•i 


95 


117 


95 


118 


88 


113 


Rurlineton 




838 


1*8 


231 


189 


223 


173 




i 


119 


87 


120 


86 


98 


76 


Butternuts 




3*7 


170 


385 


173 


393 


156 


Newb'g city : 














Ch. Valley. 




247 


294 


245 


296 


22! 


2*8 


1st ward .. 




357 


467 


348 


477 


308 


342 


Decatur ... 




113 


100 


113 


99 


114 


116 



11 



82 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



Dist. 
Edmeston . 1 

2 
Exeter .... 
Hartwick.. 1 

2 
Laurens.... 1 

2 
Maryland . 
Middlefield 1 

2 

3 
Milford.... I 

2 
Morris 1 

2 
New Lisbon 
Oneonta... 1 

2 

Oteeo 

Otsego 1 

2 
Pittsfield .. 
Plainfield . 
Richfield . 1 

2 
Itoseboom. 
Springfield 1 

2 

Dnadilla.. 1 
2 

Westford . . 

Worcester. 1 
2 . 



President. Govern'r. 
It. D. II. D. 



169 

106 

247 

154 

135 

192 

91 

301 

82 

89 

88 

133 

135 

299 

38 

205 

218 

172 

2*2 



169 168 

23 106 

123 245 

176 154 



142 
163 

69 
323 

94 
172 
148 
130 
238 
213 

14 
226 
198 

98 
2*4 



2*0 338 

258 195 

205 

234 

163 

156 

226 

65 
111 
123 
166 
193 
240 

33 



129 
192 

91 
303 

81 

3-3 

90 
133 
136 
295 

38 
201 
216 
171 

282 285 
279 340 
256 196 
148 204 148 
235 
163 
155 



170 

24 
126 
175 
147 
163 

70 
321 

95 
173 
153 
130 
236 
219 

15 



201 
93 



90 
102 

41 
176 
137 
197 
140 
239 
193 
217 
107 



6o 
112 
122 
163 
193 
238 



Carmel. 



•6568 6075 6540 
PUTNAM CO UN 



.Kent 

'Patterson . 
Phillipsto'n X 
2 
3 
Pufm Val. 
Southeast . 



159 
153 
178 
199 
105 
99 
251 
117 
296 



176 

85 

247 

94 

98 

98 

427 

246 

257 



158 
147 
179 
199 
105 
98 
24* 
117 
297 



90 
103 

42 
176 
137 
196 
141 
242 
193 
220 
109 

6115 

TY. 

179 

93 

246 

95 

98 

96 

431 

246 

262 



,— 1866— > 


Gove 


rn'r. 


It. 


I). 


152 


165 


120 


25 


256 


113 


177 


160 


125 


130 


199 


149 


97 


65 


285 


283 


81 


88 


98 


166 


76 


141 


276 


330 


"276. 


'231 


37 


16 


184 


234 


178 


175 


152 


91 


2*5 


251 


292 


2*7 


251 


1*9 


190 


149 


236 


76 


276 


156 







166 

65 138 

140 198 

92 176 

150 233 

165 190 

215 196 



6335 5797 



140 
121 
157 
197 
74 
70 
200 
124 
£46 



Flushing . . 

Hempste'd 

Jamaica . . 
Newtown.. 

N. llemp'd 
Oysterbay. 



71 67 

2*2 208 



161 
166 
101 
72 
286 
287 
269 
312 
201 
212 
1*1 
195 
M 
258 
229 



314 
278 
208 
129 
143 
284 
275 
176 
141 
368 
878 
301 
499 
415 
706 



6o 
274 
152 
151 
99 
65 
2*6 
277 
268 
B88 
203 
202 



261 
181 

140 

37* 



279 312 275 

238 174 253 

245 301 

32* :','M 



178 376 

1*7 309 

226 515 

240 433 
221 



108 
123 



147 
192 



705 
318 
183 

240 312 
320 390 



102 
120 



153 
1W! 



198 

251 
134 
130 
225 
130 
190 
166 

96 
192 
217 
1*3 
258 

85 



159 

8ft 

154 

108 

73 

76 

319 

192 

260 



1557 1728 1518 1746 1329 1430 
QUEENS COUNTY. 



74 


126 


121 


216 


190 


143 


327 


103 


255 


294 


122 


200 


210 


73 


181 


137 






144 


220 


91 



221 
229 
123 

96 
294 
317 
178 
310 
323 
317 
212 
146 
265 
278 

94 
151 



4973 6388 4*22 6519 3611 4574 I 

REN88KLAKII COUNT V. 

Rerlln 303 196 301 197 257 20°! 

Brunswick. 1 196 277 195 278 -jirj 215 I 

2 192 79 196 75 173 65 • 

E. Green'h l 121 160 121 160 m 99 j 

2 55 70 65 70 48 71 : 



Dist 
Grafton . . . 
Greenbush 1 
2 

Hoosick ... 1 
2 

3 

Lansing'gh 1 

2 

Nassau .... 1 
2 

N. Green'h 1 
2 

Petersbu'h 

Pittstown.. 1 
2 

Poestenkill 1 
o 

Sandlake.. I 

2 

Schaghtie'e 1 

2 

Schodack . 1 

2 

Stephent'n 

Troy city: 

1st vara.. 

2d ward . . 

3d ward .. 

4th ward . 

5th ward . 

6th ward . 

7th ward . 

*th ward . 

9th ward . 
10th ward . 



, 1868 > 

President. Govern'r. 
It. D. R. !). 



248 
227 
146 

132 

78 



143 
3*3 
324 
431 
146 
54 



240 
229 



152 
382 



,— 1866-^ 

Govern'r. 

R. I). 



437 222 

397 

257 

209 



132 

79 

443 

290 393 
156 258 



146 323 
381 440 



80 
239 
323 
275 
113 

80 
228 
138 
156 
261 
264 
173 
312 



128 
202 
118 
158 
1*9 
111 

149 

90 
110 
146 
151 
128 



145 
54 

218 
292 
154 
212 125 



283 
58 
108 
341 
133 
64 
409 



109 
310 
223 
232 
107 
51 
1*5 



339 209 
249 107 



226 
78 
239 
319 
275 
111 
82 
227 
132 
158 
265 



315 266 



291 

172 



394 478 
675 426 



356 
551 



144 

338 



175 
313 

405 
691 
364 



199 
120 
160 
192 
110 
151 
88 
113 
147 
151 
124 
313 
290 
174 

468 
409 
135 



201 
177 
61 
2:35 



100 
169 
104 
149 



276 132 
214 84 



114 
89 
216 
139 
136 
258 
229 
161 
321 



150 
75 
91 
124 
140 
103 
252 
246 
126 



350 404 
597 254 



450 259 

277 453 

423 583 

3:35 878 

246 835 

593 593 



560 328 

449 261 

277 449 

429 577 



327 
496 
391 



114 
215 
157 



372 
315 
595 



843 

764 
599 



270 2*4 
395 435 



307 
225 

507 



5*0 
5(16 



10551 10381 10707 10230 7504 9580 



RICHMOND COUNTY. 



Castleton.. 1 



Middleto'n 1 



Northfield. 1 
2 

3 
Southfield. 1 

2 
Westfield.. 1 

2 



664 912 144 
171 

174 
79 

151 
40 

144 
79 
50 
60 
88 

181 

147 



459 835 



430 551 



224 510 
'455 *323 



321 
230 
151 
191 
382 

74 
216 

91 
12* 

85 
339 
119 
152 



2232 3131 1508 

ROCKLAND COUNTY. 

C'ketown.. 1 66 222 64 224 39 

2 56 148 59 147 67 

3 141 238 142 238 130 
Ilaverstr'w 1 ' 142 141 142 142 164 

2 216 406 209 410 152 

Ora'getown 1 231 373 222 376 171 

2 270 321 264 329 229 

3 83 111 83 112 81 
Ramapo ..1 95 133 90 137 84 

2 198 116 196 117 171 

3 194 20* 1!*3 211 134 
Stony P't.. 180 345 178 347 137 

1866 2762 1843 2790 1559 
ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Rrasher 283 203 279 204 260 

Canton 817 42i) 812 430 743 

Clifton • 25 27 25 J27 .... 

Oolton 229 74 227 77 207 

He Kftlb 535 78 534 78 461 

I)e Peyster.. 226 28 226 23 199 

Edwards.... 177 6J 177 63 153 

Fine 103 17 102 18 85 



2479 



182 
118 
203 

89 
215 
20S 
257 

72 
J 19 
104 
164 
2-12 



1973 



140 
3«2 

"42 

56 
42 



11 



J 









EVENING 


JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 








83 




New York- 


- Continued. 




. — 18*16 — » 

(iovern'r. 


SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 


, — 1866 — > 
(Jovern'r. 








Pres 


dent. 


(Jovern'r. 




President. 


(Jovern'r. 




Disl 


. It. 


1). 


R. 


D. 


It. 


1). 


Dist 


. R. 


1). 


It. 


D. 


R. 


u. 








286 


112 


262 


118 


2311 


106 


Blenheim.. 


117 


169 


117 


169 


124 


166 




Gouvemeur. 


512 


168 


511 


168 


437 


113 


Broome ... 1 


104 


>-3 


105 


>-2 


102 


HI 




Hammond 




292 


54 


292 


54 


290 


53 


o 


84 


100 


87 


100 


74 


97 








268 


1-10 


269 


141 


236 


123 


3 


71 


26 


71 


26 


69 


25 




llopkinton 




316 


56 


317 


57 


2i*> 


36 


Pari isle ... 


258 


426 


180 


234 


175 


239 




Lawrence . 




446 


105 


446 


108 


418 


80 


Cpblesklll. 


180 


234 


25 1 


428 


191 


422 




Lisbon .... 




824 

213 


110 
150 


821 
210 


113 
153 


740 
199 


91 
133 


Cbnetville. 

Esperance. 


125 

I'd.; 


125 


128 

205 


1H5 
125 


111 

198 


206 

11/9 




Loui.sville . 






Macomb .. 


t # 


217 


81 


215 


84 


347 


72 




35 


192 


3ti 


191 


38 


186 




Madrid 




356 

318 


9S 
121 


358 
321 


97 
121 


175 

276 


75 
130 


2 
3 


68 
61 


166 


50 


166 

130 


78 
47 


153 
121 




Massena . . 






Morristowti 


. 


317 


84 


320 


So 


343 


4^ 


Gilboa.... 1 


79 


12 


*0 


61 


75 


47 








270 


155 


261 


161 


237 


157 


2 


91 


113 


90 


115 


93 


106 




Osweuatchie. 


1173 


653 


1167 


663 


971 


470 


3 


129 


.-,(1 


199 


59 


12.3 







Parishville 




443 


47 


443 


47 


8M 


20 


.TeflVrFnn . . 


245 


M 


211 


161 


244 


150 




Pierpont .. 




423 


76 


423 


78 


385 


52 


Mlddleb'gh I 


169 


.391 


172 


388 


155 


366 




Pitcairn ... 


t # 


113 


21 


113 


21 


89 


24 


2 


70 


98 


60 


99 


;a 


85 




Potsdam .. 




1170 


290 


1167 


300 


1013 


180 


Itlch'dville i 


63 


157 


•il 


157 


49 


172 








185 

360 
6.12 


117 
166 

102 


185 
360 
633 


120 
167 
105 


206 
317 
595 


125 
133 

73 


2 

Schoharie . 1 

2 


173 
173 
55 


1-2 
876 

13.7 


175 
173 
57 


1*0 
376 
136 


147 
140 
50 


176 
366 
127 




Russel 






Stockholm 






Waddington. 


379 


126 


377 


128 


335 


121 


Seward ... 


145 


801 


146 




140 


:.:\ 





















Sharon .... 


275 


381 


274 


378 


277 


356 








U888 


3911 us; 


4014 10c- 


3146 


Summit ... 1 


94 


179 


93 


l-(i 


105 


1-; 




















2 


5'. 


76 


56 


78 


48 


90 






SAIL 






Wright.... 


157 


223 


158 


223 


165 


239 




Ballston... 




221 


237 


229 


237 


196 


262 
























Charlton .. 


1 


128 


127 


133 


125 


151 


101 




3284 


47;;6 


3298 


4729 


3093 


4642 




Clifton P'k 


2 
1 


57 
147 


70 
171 


55 

146 


72 

173 


60 
147 


54 
139 


SCHUYLER COUNTY. 










2 


209 


129 


210 


128 


211 


94 


Catharine. 


299 


116 


301 


113 


237 


125 




Corinth ... 




2S} 


66 


280 


09 


265 


43 


Caynta 


59 


131 


59 


130 


58 


127 




Day 




106 


153 


104 


155 


83 


121 


Dix 1 


327 


353 


329 


353 


270 


297 




Edinburgh. 




190 


195 


193 


190 


190 


169 


2 


161 


87 


159 


X9 


153 


83 




Galway ... 




2*0 


246 


274 


249 


272 


207 


Hector.... 1 


247 


70 


245 


72 


255 


82 




Greenfield. 


I 


300 


113 


299 


113 


29° 


57 


o 


177 


89 


175 


9f 


178 


69 






o 


147 


102 


TVs 


103 


144 


77 


3 


194 


243 


191 


246 


186 


187 




Hartley.... 




160 


54 


159 


58 


146 


38 


4 


230 


113 


231 


115 


229 


105 




Halfmoon. 


1 


254 


143 


254 


147 


225 


133 


Montour .. 


294 


161 


2-9 


169 


261 


172 






2 


188 


m 


lb5 


161 


158 


132 


Oranee 


241 


276 


247 


271 


215 


267 




Malta 




156 


135 


155 


134 


185 


106 


Reading... 


242 


154 


239 


156 


232 


138 






1 


327 
2o9 


306 
177 


324 
258 


309 
179 


307 
228 


262 
165 


Tyrone.... 


300 


244 


302 


242 


302 


332 




Moreau ... 




292 


189 


292 


189 


250 


153 




2771 


2040 


2767 


2047 


2576 


1884 




No'thuail'd 

Provideu'e 




200 
167 


164 
143 


199 
168 


1)15 

142 


212 
159 


132 

108 


SENECA COUNTY. 








Saratoga .. 


I 


193 


105 


192 


105 


164 


85 


Covert 1 


123 


166 


121 


167 


123 


156 






2 


324 


280 


319 


286 


315 


182 


2 


123 


136 


119 


140 


129. 


132 




Saratoga S. 


1 


315 


2°L 


320 


219 


302 


152 


Fayette ... I 


102 


197 


102 


l!*7 


109 


18*. 






o 


393 


271 


395 


269 


3»>5 


177 


2 


109 


145 


11)9 


146 


103 


136 






3 


242 


294 


235 


300 


205 


238 


3 


109 


137 


111 


135 


88 


109 




Stillwater . 


t 


109 


195 


109 


196 


111 


164 




171 


15J 


171 


153 


165 


145 






.-) 


220 


218 


230 


208 


210 


160 


Lodi 


963 


212 


859 


216 


247 


228 




Waterford. 




344 


493 


349 


490 


330 


386 


Ovid 1 


195 


1*8 


196 


186 


196 


163 




Wilton .... 




223 


110 


214 


119 


195 


89 


2 


104 


66 


103 


68 


112 


67 


























Romulus .. 


185 


239 


1-7 


235 


180 


215 








6436 


5266 


6429 


5290 


6078 


4191 


Seneca F*ls 1 
o 


152 

238 


101 

200 


147 

241 


105 
198 


129 
215 


110 
185 




SCIH 






3 


103 


264 


103 


264 


118 


245 




Schenectady: 














4 


132 


173 


130 


172 


175 


167 




1st ward... 




131 


158 


127 


163 


134 


156 


Tyre 


152 


158 


152 


158 


166 


157 




2d ward... 




205 


187 


206 


186 


Cii5 


166 


A arick .... 1 


78 


120 


78 


120 


76 


120 




3d ward... 




215 


2«2 


215 


2x2 


Q9Q 


233 


2 


115 


100 


115 


100 


104 


89 




4tli ward . . 




346 


308 


341 


314 


320 


259 


Waterloo.. 1 


128 


198 


127 


199 


114 


165 




5th ward .. 




206 


225 


204 


231 


199 


186 


o 


226 


334 


0-)y 


332 


218 


333 




Duauesbu'h 1 


129 


55 


127 


56 


93 


91 




















2 


119 


143 


117 


145 


92 


21 




2807 


32^7 


2800 


3290 


2767 


3114 




Glenville.. 


3 

1 


194 
116 


95 

88 


194 

115 


95 
89 


46 

103 


50 

88 


STEUBEN COUNTY.' 













143 


185 


142 


^ 


145 


162 


Addison... 


2"*) 


2-58 


226 


261 


200 


215 






! 


98 


116 


97 


117 


lir7 


94 




273 


174 


274 


173 


272 


171 




Niskayuna. 




114 


125 


113 


126 


122 


95 


Bath , . . 1 


82 


121 


81 


123 


"83 


118 




Princetown 


1 


S3 


24 


82 


25 


150 


63 


2 


°29 


214 


229 


215 


223 


190 






2 


53 


63 


53 


b2 


103 


9H 


3 


314 


190 


316 


193 


299 


168 




Rotterdam 


I 


106 


92 


107 


91 


1!0 


59 


4 


176 


89 


173 


90 


183 


87 






a 


112 


116 


111 


119 


110 


115 


Bradford . . 


130 


131 


125 


136 


127 


130 






3 


104 


71 


105 


71 


101 


60 


Cameron . . 


213 


96 


213 


98 


191 


88 

















. 








Campbell.. 1 


164 


62 


164 


62 


178 


32 








2473 


2333 


2456 


2358 


2469 


1D98 


2 


90 


58 


89 


58 


86 


61 





84 




EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 








— 1868 1 


^—1366-^ 


r- 1868 . - — 1866 — , 






President. Govern'r. 


3overn'r. | 


President. Govern'r. Govern'r. 1 




Dist. 


K. 


D. It. D. 


It. 


D. 


Dist, It. D. R. D. R. D. 




Canisteo .. 


327 


199 328 196 


2*3 


140 


Highland . 85 104 84 105 75 88 






270 


90 270 91 


276 


63 1 Liberty.... 1 118 120 115 121 128 139 




I Coliocton . 1 


201 


155 1^8 156 


197 


131 i 2 178 178 172 186 179 1*0 




2 


141 


«5 140 b7 


132 


*6 | I.umberl'd. 46 1*5 44 185 48 143 




Corning ... 1 


474 


407 467 414 


438 


333 Mauiaka'g. 1 193 120 196 117 196 119 




2 


191 


2t<5 ltfO 2<>6 


194 


188 I 2 210 143 2l»9 145 158 lot 


! Dansville . 


191 


267 189 269 


162 


243 j 3 165 70 VS 73 129 72 ' 


i Kiwim! ,;. 


248 


197 244 202 


221 


•171 ! Neversink. 1 70 67 70 68 70 6y | 


1 Fremont.. 


152 


135 148 137 


145 


121 ] 2 210 1*1 203 193 2^2 191 ! 


i (ireenw'd. 


It* 


144 165 148 


146 


93 ! Rockland. 200 144 195 151 177 152 [I 


Ihntsville. 


130 


83 129 84 


113 


63 I 


Thompson. 1 114 122 117 119 HI 116 < 


Hornby . .. 


193 


126 189 131 


1*1 


109 


2 251 211 248 213 224 236 


Horu'ville 1 


265 


191 261 200 


229 


103 


3 88 48 88 50 74 60 




2 


362 


388 354 397 


287 


311 


Tusten.... 80 13 1 78 137 58 103 




Howard... 1 


201 


133 200 134 


174 


119 


■ ■ 




o 


138 


54 139 53 


132 


43 


3287 3662 3233 3728 2987 3521 




Jasper 

Lindley . .. 


292 

148 


91 291 92 
73 148 73 


262 
141 


82 
56 


TIOGA COUNTY. 




Pruttsb'gh 1 


235 


189 236 187 


230 


172 


Barton.... 1 147 122 146 124 369 199 




o 


■ 62 


136 62 136 


53 


131 


2 63 142 63 142 89 77 




Pultney ... 


2°7 


147 227 148 


200 


144 


3 88 94 88 94 48 134 




Rathlnne . 


168 


125 168 126 


154 


94 


4 291 140 288 145 




Thurston.. 


210 


79 208 81 


1*9 


79 


Berkshire . 190 103 189 105 174 95' 




Troupsb'h. 


300 


165 297 168 


284 


127 


Candor... 1 413 301 4C9 305 361 260 




Tuscarora. 


231 


89 231 90 


203 


63 


2 90 140 90 140 94 132 




Urbana ... 


261 


251 257 259 


272 


184 


3 75 69 76 69 76 50 




Wayland.. 


222 


329 214 336 


207 


207 


N'arkVal'y 431 141 432 140 403 135 




Wayne ... 


123 


91 123 91 


121 


67 


Nichols.... 298 151 297 152 2-3 119 




W. Union. 


117 


128 115 130 


111 


106 


Owego....l 340 209 335 214 333 217 




Wheeler .. 


149 


176 150 175 


137 


156 


2 201 186 200 187 201 163 




WoodhuU . 


350 


140 347 143 


307 


114 


3 61 92 61 92 112 114 

4 103 55 103 54 105 61 






8647 


6461 8575 6550 


8021 


5507 


5 305 121 299 127 514 SOI 

6 311 258 308 261 




SUF] 






7 96 94 97 95 




Brookha'n 1 
2 
3 
4 
r 







202 

51 

115 


234 
85 
181 


Richford.. 22*. 113 226 117 193 118 
Spencer... 263 216 263 216 265 198 
Tioga 1 133 183 134 182 124 167 
















66 
218 
156 


82 
217 


2 79 117 79 117 82 106 









3 78 102 77 103 86 94 




6 






105 


4 39 42 40 41 37 39 




E. Hampt'n 1 
2 







103 
33 


78 
41 


4323 3191 4300 3222 3959 2779 




3 

4 







41 
37 


32 
29 


TOMPKINS COUNTY. 




Huntingt'n 1 




.'.'."." ..." .... 


290 


302 


Caroline ..1 170 P5 168 99 165 94 




2 


.... 




171 


202 


2 219 105 218 106 199 108 




3 


• • . • 




111 


162 


Danny .... 312 161 342 162 335 142 




4 


.... 





199 


1*2 


Dryden.... 1 142 143 142 144 144 141 








. 


115 


94 


2 129 98 128 99 136 -92 




o 







81 


64 


3 421 109 418 112 404 95 




3 


.... 




135 


95 


4 140 29 140 30 143 19 




Riverhcad. 1 


.... 




32 


55 


Enfield.... 271 211 268 213 241 220 




2 


.... 





257 


157 


Uroton.... 1 93 52 91 53 93 59 




3 







82 


78 


2 351 117 354 117 312 99 




Shelter Is'd 







48 


32 


3 174 90 173 92 177 89 




Smithtown. 






130 


151 


Ithaca.... 1 313 275 309 281 275 253 




B'thaiupt'n 1 






202 


134 


2 297 311 297 317 287 308 




2 






188 


60 


3 375 289 374 291 358 250 




J 







94 


81 


Lansing... 1 194 88 193 90 173 90 




1 






156 


90 


2 97 105 97 107 93 109 




5 






90 


53 


3 116 147 115 147 181 138 




Southold .. 1 







101 


53 


Newfield . . 1 295 269 294 270 275 280 




1 







149 


231 


2 59 70 59 71 61 74 




3 






235 


110 


Ulysses.... 1 296 225 296 225 308 191 




4 






195 
4083 


102 
3572 


2 152 111 151 112 146 101 
4646 3100 4627 3133 4456 2952 




S 


ULLIVAN COUNTY. 






ULSTER COUNTY. 




Bethel .... 1 


100 


ISO 101 160 


92 


133 


Denning... 1 50 93 51 93 




2 


174 


149 178 143 


157 


156 


2 34 42 36 40 40 72 




Callicoon . 


188 


379 129 387 


141 


355 


Esopus.... 1 191 247 191 246 29 38 




Coehecton 1 


105 


.-1 lnO 2x3 


9* 


•j::i 


2 171 57 170 61 158 179 




2 


81 


168 7 1 266 


63 


239 


3 145 126 142 129 145 42 




Fallsburgh 1 


80 


66 79 58 


82 


26 


Gardiner.. 176 247 171 252 232 115 




2 


339 


m 311 181 


312 


201 


Hardenb'h 1 37 29 37 29 163 222 




Forestb'gh 1 


45 


77 45 77 


49 


74 


2 29 43 27 46 30 21 




2 


23 


41 23 41 


22 


39 


Hurley.... 1 259 160 259 156 20 41 




Fremont .. 


194 


253 183 266 


152 


21* 


2 111 32 111 33 199 118 















EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 








85 




New Yobk- 


- Continued 














-1868- 




<—186G-^ 




Dist. 




-181 


8 1 

Govern'r. 
K. D 


, — 1866 — . 

Govern'r. 

K. 1> 


Dist 
Hebron ... 1 


President. 
It. 1). 

259 90 


Govern'r. 
K. i). 
259 91 


Govern'r. 
It. 1). 
240 83 




Presi 
It. 


Jent. 
D. 




Kingston . 


1 


344 
461 


284 
413 


334 
451 


290 
423 


85 
305 


46 
260 


Jack ton, . . 


128 

246 


39 
128 


125 

247 


41 

127 


122 
210 


51 
72 






3 


323 


3*7 


3o:» 


402 


858 


295 


Kingsbury. 1 


165 


70 


i<;<; 


71 


174 


60 






4 


146 


248 


143 


951 


222 


282 


2 


310 


858 


884 


269 


310 


257 






5 


229 


402 


2.3 


407 


109 


177 


Putnam . .. 


tti 


21 


136 


20 


117 


12 






6 


243 


657 


236 


657 


173 


271 


Salem 1 


316 


293 


321 


290 


804 


167 






1 

2 


94 

204 


116 

188 


94 

207 


116 
1x7 


147 
111 


339 
98 


2 
Wh. Creek 1 


153 

27.) 


n 

119 


14* 

273 


59 
121 


154 

2*7 


49 
80 




Marbleto'n 


I 


218 


204 


217 


205 


189 


167 


2 


188 


129 


138 


130 


128 


99 






2 


215 


117 


241 


120 


lii7 


173 


Whitehall. 1 


184 


298 


184 


299 


150 


215 




Marlbor'gh 


1 


204 


146 


201 


147 


198 


118 


2 


238 


310 


286 


313 


200 


199 






o 


161 


116 


161 


117 


187 


10-1 




' 



















New Paltz. 




227 


232 


no 


233 


142 


90 




6662 


4988 


6682 


4110 


51/72 


3035 




Olive , 
Plattekill.. 


1 

2 

1 


229 
58 
106 


358 
71 

88 


329 

57 

162 


864 

92 


232 
218 
45 


197 

326 

67 


WAYNE COUNTV. 
Arcadia... 1 134 178 189 1*0 


131 


178 






o 


111 


82 


111 


82 


157 


62 


2 


198 


123 


193 


128 


214 


'.HI 




Rochester. 


1 


282 


263 


170 


270 


96 


75 


3 


301 


287 


295 


2p3 


266 


266 






2 


109 


271 


104 


137 


124 


257 


Butler 


361 


139 


361 


189 


331 


114 






3 


103 


138 


47 


68 


98 


122 


GaL-n .... 1 


97 


81 


9H 


89 


105 


74 




Rosendale. 




46 


67 


272 


372 


34 


61 


2 


X{ 


40 


82 


41 


-» 


38 




Saugerties. 


1 


135 


158 


321 


394 


237 


29a 


3 


446 


383 


444 


387 


423 


836 






•> 
9 


96 
100 


117 
176 


339 
157 


206 
1*2 


374 
340 


202 
381 


Huron .... 
Lyons 1 


283 
55 


174 
BO 


27* 
53 


17'i 
109 


258 
48 


150 
99 




4 
Shandaken 1 


125 
327 


232 
389 


214 
134 


184 
157 


194 
119 


203 
206 


2 
3 


185 
242 


209 
260 


184 

242 


210 
260 


1-7 
235 


315 
259 






2 


344 


202 


90 


116 


101 


101 


Macedon.. 1 


181 


157 


181 


157 


164 


136 




Shawang'k 


1 


158 


181 


108 


177 


105 


168 


2 


182 


66 


1-1 


69 


163 


59 






o 


215 


182 


122 


236 


114 


253 


Marian*... 


386 


86 


387 


86 


377 


70 




Wawarsing 


I 


437 


256 


432 


262 


328 


284 


Ontario ... 


415 


130 


416 


129 


383 


146 






2 


219 


233 


217 


234 


146 


243 


Palmyra .. 1 


402 


389 


400 


293 


363 


312 






3 


124 


84 


128 


*5 


138 


110 


o 


108 


70 


108 


70 


109 


58 






4 


51 


139 


48 


142 


46 


122 


Rose 


• 311 


1*9 


314 


189 


304 


194 




Woodstock 




234 


151 


234 


151 


219 


137 


Savannah. 


246 


191 


247 


188 


266 


177 























298 


145 


301 


144 


289 


137 








8014 


8524 


7938 


8623 


6769 


7150 


1 


217 
113 


233 
85 


214 
113 


238 

85 


208 
95 


217 
74 






WA 






Walworth.. 


335 


144 


335 


147 


319 


140 




Bolton .... 




189 


117 


183 


123 


161 


94 


Williams'n 1 
2 


216 
157 


100 
82 


220 
156 


99 


208 
144 


95 
81 




Caldwell .. 
Chester . . . 


1 
2 


Hiti 
1*9 
120 


128 
155 
98 


106 
184 
118 


128 
160 
100 


100 
171 
117 


130 

129 

90 


Wolcott... i 
2 


197 
173 


182 
197 


196 
172 


186 
179 


178 
169 


162 
149 




lloiicon... 




74 

209 


►4 
119 


71 
204 


87 
124 


72 
193 


81 
97 




6322 


4423 


6313 


4346 


6021 


4026 




Johnsburg. 


1 


H5 


244 


161 


24* 


153 


240 


WESTC 










2 


86 


31 


86 


33 


89 


23 


Bedford .... 


480 


358 


471 


371 


479 


309 




Luzerne... 




197 


51 


197 


53 


193 


54 


Cortlandt ... 


1088 


1049 


1072 


1070 


819 


712 




Queensb'g. 


1 


118 


137 


119 


135 


119 


100 


E. Chester .. 


512 


719 


498 


732 


416 


505 






o 


22-5 


130 


221 


136 


192 


104 


Greeuburgh. 


770 


1024 


744 


1047 


595 


702 






3 


297 


281 


296 


285 


269 


233 


Harrison ... 


91 


107 


92 


108 


96 


71 






4 


331 


121 


326 


12.5 


295 


89 


Lewisboro'. . 


268 


102 


271 


100 


298 


86 




Stony C'k. 




126 


131 


122 


138 


127 


111 


Mamaron'k . 


113 


139 


109 


143 


7'i 


103 




Thurman. 




140 


130 


138 


134 


115 


123 


Morrisania . . 


869 


1675 


829 


1722 


523 


1074 




Warrens'g. 




139 


279 


135 


9^>> 


156 


236 


Mi Pleasant 


395 


557 


3^5 


560 


853 


458 


























New Castle. . 


273 


174 


267 


1*0 


253 


140 








2711 


2239 


2669 


2291 


2522 


1944 


N. Kochelle. 


281 


404 


277 


410 


212 


351 




WASHINGTON COUNTV 






North Castle 
North Salem 


219 
213 


219 
77 


218 
269 


222 
81 


195 

247 


198 

72 




Argyle 


1 


259 


89 


260 


88 


227 


88 


Ossining .... 


646 


704 


618 


789 


495 


599 






Q 


261 


82 


254 


89 


243 


62 


Pelliam 


73 


135 


K9 


141 


29 


93 




Cambridge 


1 


189 


108 


188 


W9 


170 


89 


Poundridge , 


167 


145 


16<5 


148 


145 


134 






a 


165 


103 


164 


108 


161 


69 


Bye 


414 


549 


399 


567 


308 


345 




Dresden . 




92 


55 


u 2 


55 


83 


52 


Scaradale ... 


46 


41 


44 


43 


34 


;>7 




Easton .. 


1 


300 


57 


300 


58 


275 


41 




219 


151 


811 


1-2 


)-; 


134 






2 


216 


115 


216 


115 


194 


44 


Westchester. 


232 


461 


239 


4'« 


160 


3 '-8 




Fort Ann. 


1 


74 


68 


75 


66 


74 


48 


West Farms. 


556 


- ' 


536 


855 


356 


5!3 






2 


154 


150 


148 


153 


136 


132 


White Plains 


176 


283 


173 


2-9 


157 


210 






3 


105 


63 


106 


63 


95 


49 


Yonkers 


1212 


1474 


1172 


1515 


840 


849 






4 


61 


43 


60 


45 


45 


45 


Yorktown .. 


278 


284 


2-1 


281 


223 


2-58 




1 Ft. Edward 1 


404 


493 


402 


498 


319 


339 




















2 


80 


62 


80 


62 


75 


59 




9642 


1667 


9398 11945 


7519 


8293 




Granville 


1 

•> 


205 
137 


115 
95 


205 
136 


117 
97 


209 
888 


100 
118 


WYOMING 


COUNTY. 










S 


242 


87 


242 


87 




.... 


Arcade.... 


178 


1»3 


176 


166 


189 


155 




Greenwich 


1 


362 


88 


364 


85 


"306 


65 


Attica 


305 


255 


3416 


2->5 


303 


228 






'2 


204 


57 


205 


57 


191 


44 


Benningt'n 


230 


331 


232 


329 


210 


256 






3 


111 


140 


110 


143 


105 


95 


Castile 


408 


129 


486 


131 


3ti9 


111 




Hampton. 




115 


72 


115 


72 


112 


38 


Covington. 


212 


52 


209 


55 


223 


42 




Hartford . 




348 


112 


343 


117 


336 


114 


Eagle 


115 


166 


216 


165 


206 


144 









86 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



-1868- 



Dist. 
Gainesville 
Genesee F. 

Java 

Middleb'y.' 
Orangevi'e 

Perry 

Pike 

Sheldon. .. 
Warsaw... 
YVetherfi'd 



President. Govern'r. 



It. 
2*2 
130 
Kiti 
297 
175 
4ti7 
344 
199 
47:5 
145 



I). 

113 

70 

276 

{•9 

84 

99 

82 

259 

23H 

177 



R. 

283 
128 
167 
297 
176 
460 
340 
195 
468 
146 



I), 

112 

72 

275 

1110 

86 

106 

87 

2K3 

242 

176 



. — 1866 — , 

Govern'r. 

It. D. 



287 
130 
166 
284 
178 
452 
355 
177 
442 
134 



110 

61 

264 

85 

79 

109 

62 

167 

252 

169 



4226 2591 4205 2620 4105 2298 

YATES COUNTY. 

Barrington 230 169 231 169 207 160 

Denton.... 1 284 128 286 125 266 80 



Benton.. 

Italy 

Jerusalem. 1 
2 

Middlesex. 

Milo 1 

2 
3 

Potter 1 



Pies 
Dist. It 



-1868- 



132 
243 
147 
243 
2-19 
294 
140 
228 
147 

9i<>. 



ident. Govern'r. 
D. R. D. 
59 134 
66 246 

148 

242 

24 S 

290 

140 

826 

145 

210 



91 
166 

69 
156 
117 
211 

39 
116 



57 

65 

90 

169 

70 

160 

117 

212 

41 

118 



, — 1866 — > 

Govern'r. 

R. D. 



Stancey.... 1 208 

2 214 

Torrey 165 



103 204 105 

95 214 97 

165 165 165 



238 
224 
145 
£37 
22$ 
246 
123 
193 
141 
137 
64 
185 
207 
137 



48 
53 
71 

132 
44 

121 
91 

183 
32 
32 
75 
94 
82 

169 



OHIO. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



3136 1750 3129 1760 2878 1476 



-186S-- 



-1868— 



President. Sec. State. 



R. I). It. 

Franklin 180 293 183 

Green 161 186 lt>2 

Jefferson 208 207 1^3 

Liberty 172 119 170 

Manchester 123 48 119 

Meigs 137 203 131 

Monroe 104 166 101 

Oliver 82 131 75 

Scott 187 99 186 

Spring 202 311 197 

Tiffin 148 863 142 

Wayne 155 97 158 

Winchester 1*5 124 1-0 



ALLEN COUNTY. 
Amanda 

Auglaize 1*6 

Bath .... 
German 
Jackson. 
Marion. . 
Mom oe . 
Ottawa . 
Pen 



Richland 108 

Shawnee , 

Spencer 

Bngar creek 



ASHLAND COUNTY. 



I). 
275 
193 
208 
H7 

56 
189 
161 
131 

96 
2v2 
25ii 

99 
131 



2044 2247 1997 2204 



76 


15G 


70 


150 


1*6 


11* 


183 


118 


116 


127 


1!7 


129 


90 


178 


78 


172 


140 


881 


136 


226 


206 


394 


191 


359 


170 


164 


158 


157 


422 


494 


411 


4^2 


128 


lag 


113 


149 


108 


888 


89 


248 


104 


10* 


100 


104 


69 


163 


59 


160 


B3 


96 


77 


96 



1*92 2597 1782 2550 



Clear Creek 


IPS 


63 
829 
268 
808 

115 

114 

166 

886 

258 

192 

167 

37 

42 

59 

224 


1*2 
179 
126 
92 
29 
44 
72 
435 
114 
123 
143 
144 
134 

•IS 

200 


63 




185 


°0'l 




1-11 


?i4 




98 


°;o 


Milton 


. . 34 


117 
119 
153 




436 


411 




in; 


Mfi 




127 


I'M 




145 


163 




147 


38 




HI 


41 




110 


59 




208 


223 



R. 

Cherry Valley 150 

Colebronk 142 

Conneaut 345 

Denmark 77 

Dorset 69 

Geneva 513 

Harpersfield 244 

llartsgrove 123 

Jefferson 347 

KingsviUe 321 

Lenox 153 

Monroe 298 

Morgan 243 

New Lyme 125 

Orwell 131 

Pierpont 225 

Plymoth 114 

Richmond.. 145 

Rome 112, 

Sayhrook 209 

Sheffield 147 



President. Sec. State. 



Trumbull. 

Wayne 

W illiamsfield. 
Winsor 



224 
179 
169 
178 



D. 

25 

50 
92 



74 
37 
45 
50 
78 
26 
41 
18 
34 
46 
19 
50 
53 
30 
148 
41 
27 
26 
55 
16 



R. 

134 
134 
535 
73 
68 
489 
234 
109 
337 
303 
139 
283 
223 
118 
116 
202 
110 
129 
9S 
198 
142 
222 
171 
153 
157 



22ti5 2504 2115 2497 

ASHTABULA COUNTY 

Andnver 231 18 202 24 

Ashtabula *■ 21 6 439 256 

Austinburg 249 31 243 32 



Clay 

Duchouquet 310 

! German 98 

! (ioshen 57 

Jackson 6 

Locan 55 

Moulton 73 

Noble 31 

Pusheta 54 

Salem 51 

St. Mary's 131 



440 
250 
53 
449 
120 
122 
136 
203 
116 
370 



60 
272 
86 
53 
1 
38 
48 
24 
49 
44 



D. 

30 
55 
90 
27 
23 
79 
45 
36 
46 
79 
34 
56 
29 
39 
46 
20 
56 
54 
33 
157 
46 
25 
23 
5C 
20 



C108 1400 5766 1510 



ATHENS COUNTY. 

Alexander 199 85 190 87 

Ames 206 62 198 59 

Athens 532 125 510 145 

Bern 156 25 146 23 

Canaan 112 135 96 137 

Carthage 134 103 133 106 

Dover 200 113 188 128 

Lee 170 44 156 43 

Lodi 176 153 156 153 

Rome 276 84 252 97 

Trimble 155 93 143 97 

Troy 215 133 203 131 

Waterloo 189 156 175 157 

York 168 276 174 314 

2903 1592 2725 1687 

AUGLAIZE COUNTY. 

81 124 



125 
469 
261 
55 
381 
113 
120 
140 
195 
103 
391 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1839. 



87 



Omo — Continued. 

, 1868 

President. See. State. 
K. J>. It. I>. 

Union «. 101- 190 78 166 

W ashington 100 101 84 95 

Wayne 109 80 97 34 



2731 1023 20!)8 



rr. 






129 


156 


189 


111 


216 


117 


194 


228 


211 


153 


250 


Itft) 


19(5 


136 


208 


400 


657 


427 


5'v> 


886 


666 


4*2 


851 


501 


255 


126 


2*10 


216 


168 


234 


214 


lt'7 


218 


310 


455 


360 


101 


170 


110 


179 


149 


190 


143 


125 


145 


184 


93 


191 



1266 

BELMONT COUN 

Colerain K-9 

Flushing 213 

Goshen. 238 

Kirk wood 252 

Mead 138 

Pease 5*1 

Pultney 415 

Richland 361 

Smith 125 

Somerset 179 

Union 1 1*4 

Warren 462 

Washington 176 

Wayne 155 

Wheeling 129 

York 116 



3893 3862 3757 4042 

BROWN COUNTY. 

Byrd 142 115 140 117 

Clark 64 224 63 220 

E:if.'le 76 139 73 133 

Franklin 39 203 33 203 

Green 121 154 112 162 

Huntington 225 311 214 301 

Jackson 73 134 76 135 

Jefferson 175 108 176 104 

Lewis 279 317 273 316 

Perry 83 446 67 448 

Pike 118 136 109 138 

Pleasant 257 276 247 291 

Scott 64 137 52 138 

Sterling 123 129 118 133 

Union 774 284 702 337 

Washington 102 125 97 127 



2715 3238 2552 3305 



146 


67 


249 


161 


168 


105 


58 


93 


103 


63 


135 


m 


97 


116 


99 


S4 


96 


105 


183 


5* 


8$ 


135 



BUTLER COUNTY. 

Fairfield, East Precinct. 46 170 52 196 

Fairfield, West Preci»ict 103 211 86 269 

Hamilton, 1st ward 222 333 229 356 

2d " 277 6% 255 816 

3d " 321 371 304 3"7 

Hanover 90 203 92 203 

Lemon 552 517 535 502 

Liberty 168 163 167 165 j 

Madison 159 382 147 410 

Mil ford 147 271 150 290 

Morgan 146 203 140 201 

Oxford 427 266 420 284 

Itiley 105 203 91 2*1 

Boss 116 261 115 205 

St. Clair *8 190 93 211 

Union 179 289 175 302 

Wayne 152 203 151 217 

3298 4943 3908 5395 



CARROLL COUNT*. 

Augusta 155 05 

Brown 267 160 

Centre 176 100 

Fast 62 95 

Fox 167 61 

Harrison 139 78 

Lee 96 111 

London 98 84 

Monroe 99 104 

Orange 186 54 

Perry W 128 



, 1 808 

President. Sec. State. 
R. I). II. I). 

Rose 91 143 77 142 

Union 62 76 61 81 

Washington 119 30 112 37 

1807 12K9 1727 1332 



CHAMPAIGN COU 

Adams 109 

Concord 103 

Goshen. . 355 

Harrison 130 

Jackson 2m 

Johnson 151 

Mad River 85 

Rush, Lewisburg Prec't. 172 

Rush. Woodstock Prec't 150 

Salem 208 

Union 226 

Urbana 213 

Urbana, 1st ward , 1*7 

2d " 221 

3d " 103 

Wayne 272 



NTY. 



153 


105 


160 


129 


94 


128 


74 


330 


87 


79 


122 


94 


19* 


201 


213 


332 


160 


354 


314 


81 


313 


38 


161 


46 


33 


146 


37 


113 


257 


128 


118 


219 


131 


120 


197 


125 


118 


172 


126 


87 


209 


97 


159 


102 


163 


87 


258 


106 



2954 2138 2814 2308 



COSHOCTON COUNTY. 

Adams 105 99 

Bedford 104 95 

llethlehem 81 86 

Clark 82 109 

Crawford 51 2<>5 

Franklin 70 133 

Jackson 190 176 

Jefferson 84 139 

Keeiie 116 57 

Lafayette 61 118 

Linton U6 186 

Millcreek 60 78 

Monroe 86 96 

Newcastle 94 125 

Oxford 100 109 

Perry 67 130 

Pike 90 80 

Tiverton 43 120 

Tuscarawas 249 275 

Virginia 128 72 

Washington 96 C3 

White Eyes 103 78 



103 


105 


107 


95 


80 


84 


78 


104 


45 


202 


72 


133 


189 


196 


81 


144 


120 


52 


58 


109 


114 


184 


62 


74 


94 


103 


92 


119 


96 


105 


61 


130 


88 


81 


43 


117 


249 


2*1 


130 


74 


96 


64 


98 


1 1 



2622 2163 2613 
V. 



2176 
CLARK COUNT 

Bethel. Donnelsville Pr't 106 

Bethel, Medway Prec't.. JO* 

Bethel, N. Carlisle Prec't 165 

German 121 

Greene 263 

Harmony 300 

Madison 268 

Mad liiver 189 

Moorfield 103 

Pike 132 

Pleasant 255 

Springfield 400 

Springfield, 1st ward l»v> 

2.1 " .... 2!H) 

3d " 4 V 

4th " .... 291 

5th " .... 226 



392-8 2198 3795 2467 

CLERMONT COUNTY. 

Rata via 376 326 

Franklin 2-3 398 

Goshen 201 215 

Jackson 180 171 

Miami ' 366 287 

Monroe 198 213 



93 


92 


99 


89 


110 


74 


52 


197 


54 


281 


114 


306 


47 


253 


5(1 


84 


2^j 


102 


92 


256 


107 


193 


1*7 


203 


112 


158 


118 


1*0 


133 


191 


41 


246 


48 


1'.'5 


365 


211 


200 


161 


239 


164 


•>o 


191 


104 


452 


lis 


191 


2-4 


237 


107 


211 


119 



359 


339 


201 


409 


193 


215 


165 


182 


342 


324 


194 


224 



88 EVENING 


JOTJl 
















JNAL ALMANAC, 1869 








, IS 

President. 
R. D. 

Fierce 140 217 






Cleveland. 4th " 

5th " 

6th " 

7th " , ... 

8th " 

9th " 

10th " ... 
11th " 
13th " 
13th " 

Euclid 


, 1868 > 

President. Sec. State. 
R. D. R. D. 

1107 562 988- 566 
592 814 531 So6 

1131, 521 1013 548 
395 285 357. S17 
191 542 155 586 
576 428 497 479 
547 385 488 395 
573 589 482 645 
254 134- 201 150 
300 160 262 188 
83 14 74 KJ 
79 76 U -^ 

166 129 m 131 
620 231 566 244 
286 110 262 121 
161 155 133 154 
137 65 132 62 
393 181 355 201 
591 315 540 321 
203 113 176 153 
127 59 126 57 

133 129 122 124 
226 152 193 161 
196 38 192 40 

134 78 128 74 
157 35 151 34 
161 99 148 102 

12582 7993 11282 8513 
OUNTY. 

226 158 217 175 

58 70 52 75 
86 143 81 156 

104 234 82 262 
140 78 150 79 

135 141 128 146 
511 578 510 617 
196 241 190 236 

75 68 74 71 
143 90 135 101 

60 107 53 115 
107 101 103 110 
153 82 86 149 
107 64 106 68 

67 168 67 178 
210 235 203 239 
103 118 105 121 
112 34 109 36 
176 124 192 118 
156 232 180 242 

64 79 67 81 

2989 3145 2890 3375 
COUNTY. 

45 207 41 192 

240 414 237 428 

42 153 31 155 

155 122 152 122 

102 155 97 152 

69 106 60 108 

47 51 42 55 

148 154 137 154 

47 118 45 120 

75 146 65 145 

79 139 74 141 

59 134 48 137 

1108 1899 1029 1909 

COUNTY. 
219 92 209 94 

167 115 168 113 
170 80 168 91 

96 129 92 129 
767 435 742 459 
UK) 137 98 140 

105 148 106 150 
101 22 100 21 




Sec.S 
R. 
333 
137 
179 
296 
134 
73 
191 
132 
324 

3313 

174 
236 
274 
117 
216 
181 
150 
184 
158 
620 
210 
112 
108 
80 

2820 

261 
381 
157 
371 

45 
307 
194 
S31 
120 
232 
711 
323 
113 
195 
252 

69 
226 
379 

4667 

• 

110 
325 

12 

35 

53 
104 
231 

56 
174 

*3 
357 

>■ 

49 

94 

48 

97 

1887 

240 
157 
984 

m 

77T 
789 

362 


tate. 
1). 
292 
241 
222 
312 
299 
137 
176 
233 
151 

3759 

27 
42 
70 
58 
127 
85 

m 

178 
187 
230 
118 
145 
139 
148 

1634 

88 
219 
154 
179 
163 
2IH) 
240 
152 
118 

80 
164 
251 
127 
260 

96 
116 
158 
223 

2988 

89 
578 
252 
222 

SI 

2 r5 

381 

2<i;; 
184 
141 
615 
89 
80 
162 
176 
193 

359C 

115 

59 
166 

367 
379 




Tate 291 301 




Union 147 289 




Washington, N. Prec't.. 76 132 
S. " .. 196 192 

Wayne 134 231 

Williamsburg 340 138 

3475 3594 

CLINTON COUNTY. 
Adams 182 19 




Chester 245 42 




Clark 280 65 

Green, N. Antioch Pre't 115 59 

N. Vienna " 229 119 

Jefferson 1*5 84 










Middlebury 




Olmsted 




Marion 183 170 








Richland 165 189 

Union 659 213 










Vernon 208 113 






Solon 




Wayne 107 146 






Wilson 84 151 




2922 1579 

COLUMBIANA COUNTY 
Butler 261 91 


DARKE C 




Center 394 205 


Allen 




Elk Itun 162 • 149 






Fairfield 38-5 166 

Franklin 40 168 


Butler 








Hanover 320 198 


(lennan 




Knox 211 240 


Jackson, East'rn Prec't. 
Jackson, West'n Prec't. 




Madison 130 116 




Middleton 2:!S 34 




Perry 771 138 




Salem 319 252 






St, Clair 122 127 






Unity 201 271 






Washington 260 91 


Richland 




Wayne 70 122 






West 240 ItS 






4881 2938 

CRAWFORD COUNTY. 
Auburn 115 89 


Wabash 




York 




DEFIANCE 




Bucy rus 3'il 535 




Chadfield 20 258 




Dallas 50 20 








Holmes 115 221 


Delaware 

Farmer 




Jackson, Bart, Precinct. 1-V 899 

West. " 88 208 

Liberty 190 187 




Milford 




I.ykins v ; 1)1 




Polk 875 633 






Noble 










Tiffin 




Vernon 40 Hi) 


DELAWARE 




Whetstone 108 




2019 3607 

CUYAHOGA COUNTY. 

Bedford 239 107 




Brown 




Brecksville 169 60 




Brooklyn B89 187 




Chagrin Kails 2.VJ 38 

2d " .i... 780 827 J 

























EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 18G9. 



89 



Ohio — Continued. 

, 18G8 , 

President. Sec. State. 

It. I). It. I). 

Liberty 140 141 111 180 

Marlboro 70 49 05 54 

Orange 144 93 134 90 

Oxford 100 83 100 84 

Porter J 153 39 144 45 

Radnor 212 03 210 04 

Scioto 128 202 123 2IK) 

Thompson 04 122 03 ISO 

Trenton 78 124 7!t 183 

Troy 94 90 99 80 

2976 2109 2i*)l 2202 

ERIE COUNTY. 

Perlin 324 83 326 81 

Florence, 109 94 156 99 

Groton 103 99 104 100 

Huron 254 84 224 94 

Kelley's Island 96 62 74 69 

Margaretta 259 120 245 122 

Milan 342 132 338 132 

Oxford 143 73 131 70 

Perkins 164 129 151 148 

Portland 57 45 50 48 

Vermillion 159 147 148 170 

Sandusky, 1st ward 258 94 242 116 

2d " 324 102 323 188 

3d '•' 218 105 202 195 

4th ■* 173 201 156 251 

5th " 87 205 71 252 

3130 1884 2941 2141 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Amanda 141 225 136 223 

Heme 172 459 107 440 

llloom 104 337 106 306 

Clear ('reek 127 241 119 232 

Greenfield 213 187 201 177 

Hocking 104 216 151 217 

Lancaster, 1st ward 127 182 132 189 

2d " 90 83 90 78 

3d " 99 172 91 176 

4th " 09 121 58 112 

Liberty 185 454 106 437 

Madison 98 104 93 164 

Pleasant 172 290 107 280 

Richland 141 205 134 203 

Rush Creek 210 140 193 140 

Violet 106 334 90 304 

Walnut 221 201 199 265 

2439 4076 2293 3943 

FAYETTE COUNTY. 

Concord 102 99 103 106 

Greene 87 82 183 *3 

Jasper 183 105 165 108 

Jefferson 341 187 327 202 

Madison 149 103 153 109 

Marion 69 88 04 95 

Paint 251 90 243 98 

Perry 180 TO 175 75 

Union 463 335 440 357 

Wayne 145 155 142 167 



1970 1376 

FULTON COUNTY. 

Araboy 162 43 

Chesterfield 135 37 

Clinton 470 174 

Dover 145 45 

Franklin 114 67 

Fulton 183 89 

German 129 158 

Gorham 147 216 

Pike 137 39 

Royalton 155 51 



1895 1465 



159 


49 


isa 


45 


401 


2U1 


147 


52 


99 


70 


191 


95 


181 


166 


136 


212 


189 


40 


148 


52 



-1368- 



President. Sec. State. 
R. D. R. D. 

Swan Creek 137 78 132 81 

York 257 153 243 176 

2171 1150 2101 1229 

FRANKLIN COUNTY 

Blendon 297 

Brown 101 

Clinton Wl 

Columbus, 1st ward 290" 

2d " 348 

3d " 809 

4th " 197 

6th " 151 

Olh " 66 

7th " 308 

8th " 856 

9th " 197 

Franklin T39 

Hamilton 170 

Jackson 101 

Jefferson 71 

Madison 279 

Mifflin 136 

Montgomery 140 

Norwich 138 

Perry 156 

Plain 120 

Pleasant 181 

Prairie 108 

Sharon 184 

Truro 193 

Washington 121 

5079 7119 4742 
GALLIA COUNTY. 

Addison 108 111 93 

Cheshire 261 83 250 

Clay 159 93 147 

Gallipolis 73 51 69 

Gallipolis, 1st ward 88 95 75 

2d " 148 75 138 

3d " 136 52 88 

Greene 166 85 155 

Greenfield 90 148 70 

Guvan 140 76 120 

Harrison 142 87 124 

Huntington 225 83 216 

Morgan 124 129 114 

Ohio !H 97 89 

Perry 185 66 104 

Raccoon 243 51 236 

Springfield 129 123 130 

Walnut 170 110 104 



113 


303 


113 


65 


102 


71 


237 


96 


345 


204 


°72 


226 


108 


888 


119 


148 


2*9 


168 


370 


273 


420 


512 


120 


5'.'8 


685 


04 


879 


354 


253 


508 


423 


836 


403 


421 


179 


661 


311 


149 


323 


192 


100 


205 


886 


88 


336 


232 


04 


956 


451 


271 


443 


186 


120 


2<i5 


am 


124 


373 


309 


127 


199 


181 


154 


121 


175 


114 


1X3 


1X5 


m 


201 


189 


103 


107 


109 


1*4 


lm; 


1*19 


180 


166 


149 


112 


159 



7800 



128 

89 

101 

04 

102 

85 

55 

102 

158 

!HJ 

95 

83 

142 

113 

69 

55 

134 

129 



2437 1799 



2073 1020 

GEAUGA COUNTY. 

Auburn 151 53 

Rami. ridge 141 35 

Barton 215 40 

Chardon 332 75 

Chester 177 13 

Claridon 180 26 

Hampden 191 7 

lliintsburch 165 21 

Mlddlefield 150 48 

Montville 157 29 

tlunson 157 36 

Newbury 1x3 42 

Parkraan 159 C9 

Russell 156 36 

Thompson 198 74 

Troy 181 36 



2893 640 2805 679 
GREENE COUNTY. 

Path 281 306 279 322 

Beaver Creek 298 170 278 196 



148 


55 


139 


37 


211 


44 


322 


90 


171 


13 


178 


87 


186 


15 


149 


23 


153 


47 


149 


27 


155 


41 


104 


45 


158 


66 


151 


32 


163 


83 


188 


33 



12 



90 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



, 1868 , 

President. Sec. State. 

H. 1). R. D. 

Caesar's Creek 118 116 118 118 

Cedarville 429 60 402 76 

Jasper 131 45 124 45 

Jefferson 142 135 138 139 

Miami, E;ist'n Precinct. 81 41 84 45 

Western " . 250 137 233 144 

Ross 157 103 143 105 

Silver Creek 247 92 240 91 

Spring Valley 202 159 196 160 

Susar Creek 211 145 206 158 

Xenia 1686 320 1166 351 



4233 1S29 3907 

GUERNSEY COUNTY. 

Adams 102 52 103 

Cambridge 421 251 417 

Center 73 K'4 " 72 

Jackson 88 60 90 

.lelTerson 110 62 109 

Knox 65 84 62 

Liberty \ 123 93 123 

Londonderry 167 74 163 

Madison 147 81 151 

Millwood 176 140 170 

Monroe 105 94 98 

Oxford 192 143 190 

Hicliland 206 115 200 

Spencer 201 84 195 

Valley 72 89 75 

Washington 97 59 98 

Westland 151 52 140 

Wheeling 105 99 loo 

Wills 142 213 142 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 

Anderson, N. Precinct.. 74 245 

S. Precinct.. - !fi3 .. 272 

Cincinnati, 1st ward 765 87T 

2d " .... 577 289 

3d " .... 717 T.-ii 

4th " .... 253 745 

5th " .... 807 333 

Oth " 547 857 

7th " .... 976 369 

8th " .... 1774 1)30 

9th " .... 600 1009 

101 li " .... 1402 5:8 

11th " .... 75< 208 

12th " .... 1270 915 

18th " .... 250 847 

14th " .... 1090 617 

15th " .... 147'. 281 

IStfa " .... 1541 1122 

17tli " .... 4-* 447 

18th " 1565 887 

19th " .... 1H44 3M7 

20th " .... 207 1*6 

Colerain 270 437 

Columbia, C. Precinct.. 211 209 

E. Precinct.. 91 48 

If. Precinct.. 1 io 88 

Crosby 81 89 

Delbi, E. Precinct 229 92 

W. Precinct 108 58 

Green 454 301 

Harrison 1M '220 

Miami 190 184 

Millcreek.Avondale Pi't )'.4 89 

Camp Wash'n 861 80 

Clifton 79 89 

Corryvllle .... 2t'.t 98 

Lick Hun 2«i3 124 

N. E. Precinct 168 166 

8. E. Precinct 868 184 

W. Precinct.. 476 308 

Riverside OS 56 

Spencer 305 369 



1960 



55 

271 

109 

65 

67 

87 

93 

86 

92 

152 

103 

161 

118 

94 

92 

64 

55 

113 



2743 1949 2698 2114 



70 


246 


192 


307 


712 


1011 


5i i8 


352 


66t> 


847 


243 


7!»7 


769 


425 


514 


897 


895 


416 


11172 


1284 


579 


1047 


1335 


595 


724 


231 


1176 


1032 


224 


894 


999 


714 


1404 


894 


1454 


128.) 


484 


4S5 


1479 


998 


988 


489 


184 


209 


876 


470 


188 


220 


93 


58 


113 


95 


76 


102 


127 


94 


107 


67 


437 


409 


173 


225 


171 


211 


140 


00 


838 


96 


72 


52 


242 


109 


260 


143 


161 


204 


341 


168 


460 


359 


68 


00 


29 1 


390 



1868 , 

President. Sec. State. 

R D. R. D. 

Springfield. E. Precinct. 347 256 331 304 

W. Precinct. 165 236 143 273 

Storrs 351 406 315 445 

Symmes, Camp Dennis'n 64 44 

N. Precinct ... 100 84 149 136 

Sycamore, E. Precinct. . 148 185 143 194 

Reading 200 310 188 336 

Sharonville.. 103 101 98 108 

Whitewater 119 164 128 186 

Total vote of city 18083 13243 17073 14898 

Total vote of towns'ps 6084 5525 5780 6120 

Total vote of county.. 24167 18768 22853 21018 

HANCOCK COUNTY. 

Allen 89 132 75 132 

Amanda 84 192 83 191 

Big Lick 126 119 121 116 

Ulanchard 156 95 154 100 

Cass 88 71 84 79 

Delaware 165 88 141 90 

Eagle 95 157 89 160 

Findlay 497 361 474 369 

Jackson 73 157 70 149 

Liberty 100 87 102 84 

Madison 75 103 73 108 

Marion 94 122 98 117 

Orange 90 119 74 114 

Pleasant 138 146 121 149 

Portage 82 102 77 102 

Union.. 120 182 116 182 

Van Uuren 51 106 42 102 

Washington 156 189 142 191 

2279 2528 2136 2535 

HENRY COUNTY. 

Dartlow 12 9 14 11 

Damascus 192 102 115 103 

Flat Rock 107 147 100 142 

Freedom. 40 104 38 104 

Harrison 132 110 127 102 

Liberty 90 105 129 224 

Marion 24 63 22 67 

Monroe 19 99 20 89 

Napoleon 238 360 236 371 

Pleasant 42 129 34 131 

Richfield 52 38 46 39 

Ridgeville 74 63 67 61 

Washington 95 135 97 144 

1117 1464 1045 15.83 

HOCKING COUNTY. 

Benton 117 165 107 161 

Falls 329 444 302 453 

(ioodhope 57 143 38 132 

C.reen 152 164 138 148 

Laurel 74 174 65 175 

Marion 69 2:11 56 220 

Perry 108 220 98 221 

Salt Creek 55 168 45 164 

Starr 201 96 173 109 

Ward 72 141 67 139 

Washington 135 165 117 164 

1369 2111 1206 2086 

HOLMES COUNTY. 

Merlin 77 130 68 133 

German 30 219 27 212 

llanlv 184 007 155 620 

Ki'.lbuck 41 219 35 228 

Knox 59 144 52 150 

Mechanic 60 150 60 159 

Monroe 76 104 78 109 

Paint 53 207 47 207 

Prairie 103 199 101 203 



Ohio — Continued. 


, 1868 

President. Sec. S 
B. D. R. 
50 2K) 45 
114 119 110 
99 ISO 93 
19 1*9 14 
113 157 113 

1088 2859 1004 
COUNTY. 

189 123 189 
153 110 153 
186 152 135 
155 193 142 

50 159 48 
869 153 35 1 

76 139 76 
620 403 506 
435 217 417 

78 94 81 

78 177 79 
148 88 142 
162 1S8 167 
128 185 125 

63 150 58 
119 178 115 

74 136 71 

96 110 85 


Late. 
1). 
225 
114 


Salt Creek 

Walnut Creek. 




190 

198 


HIGHLAND 


154 

2908 

131 






111) 

160 






200 
164 
168 






14'i 






4IK 


Madison 




?33 


Marshall 




94 






im 


Paint, Northern 

Southern 

Penn 


Prec't.. 
Prec't.. 


94 
127 
134 


Salem 




145 


Union 




173 






13K 






118 



1884 1766 

HARRISON COUNTY. 

Archer 63 104 

Athens 94 136 

Cadiz 395 177 

Franklin 166 70 

Freeport 124 84 

German 124 176 

Greene 165 140 

Monroe 110 % 

Moorelield 103 133 

North 174 69 

Nottingham 127 63 

Kumley 107 139 

Short Creek 303 72 

Hock 80 82 

Washington 136 79 

2207 1620 
HURON COUNTY. 

Bronson 163 91 

Clarksfield 233 48 

Fairfield 24-* 73 

Fitchville 170 39 

Greenfield 151 91 

Greenwich 157 35 

liar Hand 168 4-8 

Lyme 251 150 

New London , 293 76 

New Haven 154 137 

Nonvalk 756 452 



61 


110 


88 


141 


396 


187 


168 


85 


131 


95 


115 


179 


163 


151 


118 


109 


106 


140 


168 


73 


131 


62 


103 


143 


296 


79 


77 


99 


130 


83 



161 


94 


235 


43 


245 


71 


173 


38 


142 


93 


158 


41 


169 


56 


241 


166 


287 


71 


146 


145 


711 


494 



3038 2850 2947 2924 
HARDIN COUNTY. 

Blanchard 143 92 132 94 

Buck 98 126 97 133 

Oesena 54 89 52 92 

Dudley 189 52 124 59 

Goshon 84 109 73 112 

Hale 200 53 198 56 

Jackson 155 148 146 145 

Liberty 199 279 182 287 

Lynn 51 33 44 35 

Marion 94 43 93 45 

McDonald 90 61 91 58 

Pleasant 3*5 442 327 451 

Round Head 90 55 85 52 

Taylor Creek 87 77 80 76 

Washington 55 107 46 112 



1770 1807 



Z251 1729 



■ 1868 ■ 

President. Sec. State. 

II. D. K. D. 

Norwich 155 98 148 106 

Peru 115 162 111 163 

Richmond 103 73 93 77 

Kidaelield 289 238 279 250 

Ripley 181 50 190 47 

Sherman 51 206 52 207 

Towtnend 206 92 195 93 

Wakemiui 176 84 174 81 

4019 2243 3906 2339 
JACKSON COUNTY. 

BloomfWd 217 107 217 121 

Franklin 192 105 185 124 

Hamilton 125 36 122 47 

Jackson 84 142 75 148 

Jefferson 355 112 341 156 

Liberty 114 156 108 161 

Lick 327 336 319 360 

Madison 304 100 296 112 

Milton ... IK) 220 173 247 

Scotia 90 1«1 90 193 

Washington 95 117 91 121 

2083 1612 2017 1790 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Brush Creek 94 52 

Cross Creek 288 134 

Island Creek 200 141 

Knox 141 119 

Mount Pleasant 226 36 

Ross 108 52 

Salem 195 177 

Saline 181 64 

Sloane Station, compos- 
ed of parts of Island 
Creek and Knox town- 
ships .' 59 36 

Smithfield 277 106 

Springfield 107 74 

Steubenville Township, 

1st district 19 33 

2d " 134 129 

Steuben ville'/lst 'ward.'. 161 78 

2d " .. 325 122 

3d " .. 279 136 

4th " .. 153 179 

Warren 172 163 

Wayne 220 125 

Wells 115 161 



3394 2117 3305 

KNOX COUNTY. 

Berlin 115 95 109 

Brown 103 136 98 

Butler 52 92 53 

Clay 120 94 117 

Clinton 134 133 141 

College 96 55 88 

Harrison 17 133 19 

Hilliar 124 103 121 

Howard 112 74 104 

Jackson 39 150 38 

Jefferson 130 124 198 

Liberty 108 123 107 

Middlebury 131 69 135 

Milford 110 103 105 

Miller 110 83 114 

Monroe 93 143 93 

Morgan 70 72 68 

Morris 109 98 115 

Mt. Vernon, 1st ward... 96 61 102 

2d "... 65 42 61 

3d "... 101 38 101 

4th "... 148 35 156 

5th "... 223 68 239 

Pike »6 223 83 

Pleasant 89 116 83 



2207 



93 
133 

97 
104 
140 

61 
135 
115 

78 
153 
127 
123 

70 
103 

86 
145 

100 
61 
48 
38 
36 
71 
219 
1L5 



92 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



-1868- 



Cnion. 



President. Sec State. 
It. 1). It. D. 

106 122 105 123 

Wayne 222 181 218 181 



2908 2766 
LICKING COUNTY. 

Bennington 78 124 

Bowline Green 80 162 

Burlington 118 114 

Kden 34 135 

Etna 100 171 

Fallshurg 62 115 

Franklin 39 169 

Granville 374 110 

Hanover 94 154 

Harrison 174 107 

Hartford 125 120 

Hopewell 48 152 

Jersey 144 147 

Liberty 102 82 

Licking 48 216 

Lima 168 172 

Madison 73 133 

Mary Ann 66 127 

McKean 91 144 

Monroe 94 140 

Newark 165 230 

Newark, 1st ward 131 104 

2d " 190 240 

3d " 207 308 

Newton 113 175 

Perry 82 107 

St, Albans 1*7 98 

Union 130 273 

Washington 170 103 

3187 4432 

LUCAS COUNTY 

Adams 87 55 

Manhattan 183 49 

Maumee City. 1st ward.. 136 53 

2d " .. 80 32 

3d " 32 30 

Monclovia ■ 135 45 

Oregon IN* 64 

Providence fy "4 

Bichfield 122 aO 

Spencer 79 40 

Springfield 106 32 

Sw;, niton 79 39 

Bylvania 2u") 72 

Toledo. 1 st ward 452 153 

2d " 5-1 276 

3d " 551 22i 

4th " 420 436 

oth " 821 BQO 

6th " 197 118 

7t h " 293 191 

Bib " H2 2<i7 

Washington 231 57 

Watervllle 161 179 

Wayuesfield 83 26 

4*73 3087 
LOIIAIN COUNTY 

Amherst 2:::! 209 

Avon 186 184 

I'.lack Biver HI 49 

Briehton 113 19 

Urownhelm 146 88 

Camden 1 I'* 55 

Carlisle 153 137 

Columbia 145 63 

Raton 171 67 

Klvria W8 2 1 

Grafton 135 91 

Henrietta 148 60 

Huntincton 137 49 

La Grange 186 105 



2901 


2532 


75 


127 


80 


163 


116 


121 


31 


134 


ai 


175 


62 


115 


41 


164 


361 


120 


90 


165 


169 


110 


128 


12* 


47 


154 


141 


152 


102 


80 


53 


215 


159 


166 


W 


134 


57 


131 


97 


135 


92 


139 


161 


243 


117 


109 


17*- 


253 


193 


324 


109 


175 


86 


107 


17* 


1(14 


127 


263 


167 


102 


3379 


4506 


81 


56 


176 


51 


143 


57 


73 


43 


29 


28 


128 


54 


169 


95 


81 


67 


112 


57 


7S 


50 


105 


:-'n 


72 


43 


200 


88 


440 


183 


553 


334 




258 


4 n; 


564 


2' '2 


647 


175 


134 


2iii) 


223 


95 


388 


221 


84 


1-15 


175 


30 


26 



4597 3640 



216 


216 


186 


191 


93 


59 


109 


21 


146 


89 


136 


61 


143 


120 


186 


67 


17(1 


73 


517 


2J3 


119 


97 


112 


tiO 


132 


53 


173 


110 



, 1868 > 

President, Sec. State. 

K. D. U. D. 

Penfield 137 34 129 38 

Pittsfield J6p 69 163 65 

Kideeville 168 117 165 117 

Rochester 121 47 120 44 

Russia 808 94 783 99 

Sheffield 119 85 108 83 

Wellington 382 67 3*0 72 

' 4443 1930 4300 1987 

LAKE COUNTY. 

Concord 164 50 160 49 

Kirtland 221 50 214 52 

Leraj 162 47 158 47 

Madison 607 163 604 172 

Mentor 333 78 310 91 

Gainesville 734 2*2 694 293 

Perry ' 2*7 54 286 52 

Willoughby 401 165 376 165 

2909 889 2802 921 

LOGAN COUNTY. 

Baker Creek 162 60 158 67 

Bloomfield 58 71 58 74 

Harrisoa 103 92 104 91 

Jefferson. 187 170 179 177 

Lake 400 284 396 310 

Liberty 228 103 220 119 

McArthur 172 91 168 97 

Miami 245 146 241 153 

Monroe 189 91 181 VS 

Perry 162 43 156 45 

Pleasant 101 98 97 103 

Richland 154 78 150 76 

Bush Creek 220 16-i 212 183 

Stokes 33 87 30 94 

Union 93 55 88 54 

Washington 101 70 92 75 

Zane 170 60 159 59 



2689 1875 



2778 1770 

LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Aid 220 26 

Decatur 90 114 

Elizabeth 284 271 

Fayette 155 99 

Hamilton ,,.. .L37 63 

Ironton IstAvard 171 52 

2d ward 260 lOo 

3d ward 229 79 

Lawrence 136 37 

Mason 181 151 

Perry 184 104 

Koine 196 131 

Synimes 106 72 

Union 241 71 

Upper..... 214 107 

Washington 103 96 

Windsor 252 68 



S159 1647 2901 1743 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Canaan 113 58 108 61 

Darby 125 78 114 76 

Deercreek 77 78 74 85 

Fairfield 159 65 162 69 

Jefferson 175 247 1)53 233 

Monroe 40 37 41 36 

Oak Bun 34 38 29 42 

Paint 105 84 105 88 

Pike 73 18 70 21 

Pleasant 172 146 167 143 

Range 75 243 70 245 

Stokes 75 137 69 130 

Summerford 125 84 117 *5 

Union 334 267 334 290 



192 


38 


80 


US 


246 


291 


133 


92 


137 


73 


163 


58 


349 


120 


215 


JK) 


118 


43 


184 


156 


164 


105 


1*0 


134 


1113 


79 


2°9 


44 


193 


112 


93 


105 


224 


85 



1682 1550 1623 1604 



Ohio — Continued. 

MAHONING COUNTY. 

, 1803 > 

President. Sec. Stat-?. 

K. I). It. D. 

Austintown 170 1*8 157 2(H 

Beaver 177 259 159 254 

Berlin 127 118 127 llii 

BoHrdmon 12:5 71 116 77 

Canfield 1«9 196 1*1 205 

Coi.sville 131 108 J27 101 

Ellsworth 96 >-4 94 87 

Goshen 807 62 :ini 47 

Greene 221 193 Sid 196 

Jackson 85 181 *0 183 

Milton 49 138 60 180 

Poland :;7:i 146 ::■".'.* 169 

Springfield llii 876 116 374 

Smith 277 70 869 00 

Youugstown it 40 613 855 610 

3387 2757 3307 2775 
MARION COUNTY. 

Biglsland 110 110 103 105 

Bowling Green 40 137 2a 138 

Claridm 151 156 143 158 

Grand 59 25 4'.i 27 

Grand Prairie ji3 43 33 42 

Green Camp 93 lol 96 10a 

Marion.. 394 355 370 3*0 

Montgomery 151 14a 149 152 

Pleasant. 101 134 91 130 

Prospect 126 170 125 157 

Richland 68 I'M 59 1*2 

Salt Rock 52 23 43 26 

Scott ... 34 86 31 K> 

Tally 65 103 61 103 

Waldo 72 146 71 144 

1543 1936 1457 1941 
MEDINA COUNTY. 

Brunswick 178 58 169 66 

Chatham 159 58 158 62 

Granger 203 44 192 42 

Guilford 225 187 222 205 

llarrisville 168 111 153 117 

Hinckley 205 39 198 40 

Homer 56 146 51 158 

Lafayette 180 78 183 80 

Litchfield 155 59 151 60 

Liverpool 100 205 93 207 

Medma 144 41 147 41 

Medina Village 184 40 172 56 

Montville 120 65 117 68 

Sharon 135 147 MO 144 

Spencer 105 116 101 124 

Wadsworth 291 150 284 164 

Westfield 134 95 130 109 

York 146 54 136 56 

8886 1693 2797 1792 
MERCER COUNTY. 

Black Creek 59 146 49 134 

Butler 66 140 54 147 

Center 104 136 94 137 

Dublin 108 2ti0 103 190 

Franklin 34 112 27 102 

Gibson 6s 121 56 122 

Granville S BOO 4 189 

Hopewell 44 126 28 100 

Jefferson 65 260 55 254 

Liberty 34 1U4 23 ^5 

Marion 3»7 363 

Recovery 26 18i 20 177 

Union 212 H'5 l!io 101 

Washington 56 172 49 155 

884 2394 763 2271 
MORGAN COUNTY. 

Bloom 107 100 103 104 



, 1868 

President. Sec. State. 

R. D. It. I). 

Brlstow lj't 194 128 193 

Cutler 94 183 89 179 

Beel field 101 123 06 124 

Homer • 247 94 243 95 

Malta 228 117 221 124 

Manchester 55 112 61 110 

Marion 376 52 £>M 54 

Meigsvllle 149 117 144 148 

Morgan 276 206 2'w 224 

Peiill 2.J0 4(1 213 42 

Union 181 1«UJ 178 163 

Windsor 25S 233 247 242 

York 93 131 90 139 

2521 1895 2434 1941 

MEIGS COUNTY. 

Bedford 140 1^2 128 181 

Chester 221 109 206 109 

Columbia 148 118 145 116 

Lebanon 195 116 169 118 

l.etart 117 B6 1<>7 92 

Mi.idleport Precinct ... 510 114 4*1 121 

Oliver 176 112 167 14'J 

Orange 106 98 103 96 

Pomeroy Precinct 97 103 80 117 

Pomeroy, 1st ward 103 23 85 37 

2.1 " 84 101 72 114 

3d kl 250 178 222 198 

4th " 86 83 82 93 

Rutland 861 164 334 119 

Salem 229 113 221 119 

Scipio 242 135 222 137 

Sutton, Racine Precinct 190 89 l(i3 101 

Syracuse Prec't. 293 123 251 144 

3543 2027 3242 2161 

MIAMI COUNTY 

Bethel 139 207 127 214 

Brown 139 249 133 256 

Concord, 1st Precinct... 356 150 350 174 

2d " ... 296 184 2*1 261 

Elizabeth 118 136 114 !43 

Lost Creek 186 136 W3 144 

Monroe 380 164 372 188 

Newton 316 111 306 121 

Newberry 361 2^3 350 289 

Piqua, 1st ward 113 .92 114 112 

2d " 131 222 122 258 

3d " 203 68 1*3 83 

4th " 191 76 187 84 

Spring Creek 150 229 151 231 

Staunton 212 99 203 M6 

Union 500 113 4'.'4 133 

Washington 1«7 130 163 145 

3958 2659 3S43 2s*l 

MONROE COUNTY. 

Adams 47 186 46 18.5 

Benton 36 147 33 134 

Bethel 95 140 99 140 

Center 136 359 121' 356 

Franklin 134 135 125 129 

Green 42 223 43 216 

Jackson 59 259 37 225 

Malaga ltd 197 83 197 

Ohio 183 217 147 906 

Berry 89 139 79 139 

Salem W9 223 135 214 

Seneca 5-* 195 56 203 

Summit 45 172 45 166 

Suns'-urv 97 193 91 191 

Switzerland 51 167 34 162 

Washington 59 253 51 2-53 

Wayne 44 182 33 173 

1443 3397 1274 32*8 



94 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



MUSKEG I 


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4534 

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172 
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543 
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179 174 
107 110 

88 67 

77 2:13 
178 115 
197 84 
122 124 

52 170 

15 302 
136 J 19 
164 1*8 

65 135 
194 61 
106 178 

35 ]_5 

1715 2185 
\ . 

60 27 

94 52 
140 34 

30 71 
230 167 
105 82 

36 41 

222 190 
65 117 

46 100 
276 41 

1304 922 
TY. 

76 73 

50 29 

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95 IC'O 
131 199 

55 102 
60 35 

16 30 

37 40 
24 17 
22 64 

56 51 

623 759 

r. 

88 93 
131 118 

97 119 
135 li'l 
199 107 

47 93 
109 105 
124 124 
263 183 

58 68 
358 2*9 

96 150 
281 75 

1986 1625 

TY. 

79 28 
118 76 

223 128 
126 101 

95 81 
140 170 
167 139 
153 111 
133 95 
145 22 
159 200 

58 105 






sec. State. 
R. J). 

65 85 
161 76 

137 231 
71 117 

66 94 ' 
262 352 
118 139 
125 65 

194 175 
120 112 

147 114 

118 86 
134 64 

119 196 
93 81 

116 105 
230 239 

53 liU 
136 126 

90 112 
114 126 
427 300 
175 133 

98 204 
149 186 
207 134 
201 242 
154 199 
152 138 
398 208 
100 162 

4452 4685 

293 190 
oyjo 222 

348 359 
353 133 
444 264 
304 174 
452 260 
457 448 
187 334 

195 5!K) 

349 3i5 
471 475 
VS 330 
403 321 

148 263 
22" ::20 
432 5ii9 
215 204 

148 264 
168 277 
2H8 158 

149 m 

6454 6644 

191 36 
128 125 

3*2 93 
159 1C7 

*6 226 

w 138 

316 150 

n i2i 

149 49 
103 144 

49 191 

1 13 56 
167 112 
63 f-3 

138 71 
181 112 

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177 




.. 171 

138 




.. 108 


109 


Buffalo 


68 


95 




75 


Elk 


243 
.. 118 


77 


Cl;iy 


67 


1*4 


Fulls : 


.. 278 




83 
.. 123 


188 




117 


131 




.. 123 




.. 177 


63 




,, 194 
120 




. . 302 


91 


Nol.le 


.. U8 


144 




149 


Olive 


.. 185 


177 




123 




.. 136 


76 




141 




58 


204 




... 127 


Btrek 


.. 185 
.. 123 


109 




88 


38 


Muskingum 


.. 116 


2204 
OTTAWA COUN'l 






.. 241 


1790 




56 




Iticli hill 


... 144 




Salem 


'M 


77 


Salt Creek 


120 

. 445 

.. 170 


109 




36 


158 


hanbury „ 

Erie 

Pottage 


70 

, . 171 

89 

37 

.. 114 

43 


32 




... 104 


249 


Wayne 

Zauesville, 1st ward .. 
2d " , . 
3<l " .. 
4th " .. 
5th " ,. 
6th " . 

MOSTGOM 


.. 151 

... 206 

... 155 

... 151 

234 

... 106 

4671 

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2*1 


118 

239 
98 
67 

316 


963 
PAULDING COUN 


1492 


Butler 




30 


53 


Clay 


.. 277 


Brown 

Carryall 

Crane 

Emerald 


.. 102 

.. 211 

.. 109 

41 

35 


1 


Dayton, 1st ward 

2d M 

3d " 

4th *» 


.. 343 

.. 348 
434 
M 

.'." 443 
468 

.. 2(C) 
196 
858 


95 
135 

57 
68 
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50 


37 


Laity 


18 


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67 


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75 


56 




... 470 


834 
PERRY COUNT! 
Bearfield 98 


— 




... 156 


646 




. . 488 






.. 154 






938 


90 




. . . 4»8 


Clayton 


125 


133 




... 211 




.. 130 


95 


Randolph 


... 148 




109 


140 








.. 113 


189 




... 264 




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112 


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188 




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273 






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.. 173 


100 




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80 


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158 


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PICKAWAY COU> 

Clrcleville 30 

Circleville, 1st ward ... 74 
2d ".... 133 
3d " .... 101 
4th ,l .... 87 


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108 
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78 




71 


116 


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... 188 

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130 
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176 


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175 






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70 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 18G9. 



95 



Ohio — Continued. 

, — 1 868 1 

President. Sec. State. 

It 1). it. I). 

Terry 196 101 190 108 

Pickaway 147 157 l;;9 163 

Salt Creek 201 184 201 183 

Scioto 120 19:< 1U7 20-1 

Walnut 123 202 127 l'.<9 

Washington 26 198 24 200 

Wayne 51 95 51 9* 

2176 2725 2095 2816 
PIKE COUNTY. 

Benton 56 145 45 154 

Heaver 26 lltt 21 109 

CAnp Creek 55 91 48 94 

Jackson 180 99 146 101 

Marion 79 88 78 89 

Mifflin 52 168 48 158 

Newton 1!4 HK> 101 122 

Pebble 85 175 79 166 

Pee Pee 152 317 138 312 

Perry 73 69 67 iiti 

Scioto 98 49 94 55 

Seal 117 135- 114 141 

Sunfisb 22 97 19 93 

Union..... 46 82 43 83 

1155 1727 1041 1743 

PORTAGE COUNTY. 

Atwnter '. 181 54 17.1 63 

Aurora 119 43 116 46 

lirimtield VI 140 91 138 

Charleston 12U 35 127 35 

Deerfield 173 64 165 62 

Kdiuburg 154 75 144 75 

Franklin 452 260 432 277 

Freedom 164 52 157 53 

Hiram 205 131 195 134 

Mantua 104 162 140 161 

Nelson 231 152 .225 147 

Palmyra 92 124 ^ 122 

Paris IMS 54 115 51 

iiaudotpli 237 137 223 141 

Ravenna 484 99* 468 312 

Kootstown HJ9 118 163- 120 

Shalersville 103 132 109 123 

Streetsboro lnO ^i M 90 

Suflield 90 206 85 204 

Windham 174 43 172 42 

3604 2:362 3483 3401 
PREBLE COUNTY. 

Dixon 169 72 1«6 72 

Gaspar 98 158 95 74 

Gratis.... .... 296 263 306 159 

Harrison 249 69 249 276 

Israel 273 64 265 63 

Jackson 157 105 165 109 

Jefferson 249 178 255 173 

Lanier 128 201 131 218 

Monroe 156 164 160 169 

Soraers 363 93 369 100 

Twin 143 256 152 263 

Washington 457 290 466 311 

2738 1908 2779 1987 
PUTNAM COUNTY. 

IHanchsml Ill 121 112 222 

Greensbnrg 43 107 39 106 

Jackson 31 92 30 99 

Jennings "54 145 43 154 

liberty 78 129 81 121 

Monroe ~ 28 39 27 46 

.Monterey 22 137 13 134 

Ottawa 153 426 150 418 

Palmer 13 ... 40 50 

ferry .„ 80 30 81 30 

Pleasant 211 151 196 169 



, 1868- . 

President. Sec. State. 

R. 1). it. 1). 

Riley 85 139 "3 130 

Sugar Creek 125 79 114 M) 

Union 67 132 65 133 

Van Boren 78 176 63 19t 

1184 2053 1109 2083 

RICHLAND COUNTY. 

Blooming Oiove 106 183 105 184 

Butler 110 85 108 86 

Cass 151 156 146 152 

Franklin 59 1x1 59 178 

Jackson 63 141 61 133 

Jefferson 247 262 237 262 

Madison 224 212 220 229 

Mansfield. 1st ward 152 67 148 64 

2d '" 193 144 178 162 

3d " 167 216 165 209 

4th " 150 212 145 203 

Mfilin 52 164 54 164 

Monroe 151 235 148 232 

Perry 66 99 66 99 

Plymouth 209 158 203 159 

Sandusky 40 93 38 95 

Sharon.. 355 270 347 274 

Springfield 193 173 201 176 

Troy 179 134 179 136 

Washington 163 191 159 192 

Weller 141 89 140 90 

Wcrthington 122 289 113 271 

3300 3754 3227 3750 
SnELRY COUNTY. 

Clinton 359 351 370 366 

Cynthiana 79 228 74 242 

Mnsmnre 71 221 74 224 

Franklin 78 90 81 101 

Green 119 149 Il7 154 

Jackson 96 167 90 174 

Laramie 105 125 99 229 

McLean 26 273 15 273 

Orange Ill 94 103 104 

Perry 127 135 119 136 

Salem 165 129 164 138 

Turtle Creek 138 97 136 106 

Van P.uren 36 109 30 120 

Washington 116 106 119 113 

1626 2274 151H3 2473 
ROSS COUNTY. 

Ruckskin 272 168 263 176 

Chillicothe, 1st ward.... 220 292 222 299 

2d " .... 112 lol 116 143 

3d " .... 186 288 169 313 

4th " .... 171 172 153 165 

Colerain 148 183 137 189 

Concord 282 256 268 266 

Deerfield 149 112 143 117 

Franklin 110 91 1(12 9t 

Greene 200 # 179 201 132 

Harrison 86 139 80 150 

Huntington 173 280 164 262 

Jefferson 93 95 88 100 

Liberty 95 183 91 179 

North Union 52 40 49 48 

Paint . 123 73 122 77 

Paxton 172 161 164 164 

Scioto, East District .... 96 142 93 146 

West " ... 68 95 64 97 

South Union 156 188 143 204 

Springfield, East District 42 99 41 93 

West " 14 m 12 70 

Twin 210 183 210 198 

3230 3645 3085 3735 

SANDUSKY COUNTY. 

Ballville 229 188 223 199 

Fremont, 1st ward 200 74 195 84 





96 EVENING JOURNAL 


ALMANAC, 1869. 




















, 1868 — i 

President. Sec. £ 

r. n. r. 

257 215 245 
138 106 126 
101 207 92 
241 317 227 
222 28 213 
188 278 183 
177 62 178 
246 143 252 
255 247 247 
244 155 237 

5601 4948 5380 

"OUNTY. 

373 123 330 
518 153 479 
360 1^6 331 
219 33 208 

151 151 140 
203 84 1X6 
144 186 113 
312 79 300 

152 239 143 
188 187 171 
237 101 230 

195 14 182 
176 78 166 

113 107 111 

182 189 160 
156 114 145 
241 12 228 

184 235 156 
135 72 123 
268 25 258 
127 176 124 

4634 2544 4317 

COUNTY. 

197 100 149 
117 25 118 

183 56 173 

185 53 175 
221 176 206 

114 100 113 
240 10 237 
170 48 150 
185 19 1?0 
216 31 195 
225 85 209 
121 38 116 
347 257 227 
141 64 lot 
200 29 190 

196 171 190 
77 133 72 

167 67 169 
167 19 169 
185 150 177 
113 66 116 
169 33 157 
187 57 184 
703 309 670 
512 217 478 

5338 2313 5054 

COUNTY. 

69 176 63 

]? 199 13 

129 121 126 

312 431 £90 

80 40 70 

77 125 82 

557 329 537 

41 182 37 

163 135 15.1 

416 200 415 

144 173 147 

102 125 104 

137 76 129 


tate. 

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216 
105 
208 
334 

36 
284 

6.5 

18.! 

21.-5 
149 

50«7 

153 

154 

203 

39 

147 

88 

182 

71 

241 

187 

111 

18 

77 

96 

190 

121 

14 

241 

75 

26 

7S 

2512 

101 

29 

61 

55 

181 

101 

12 

54 

"2 

33 

83 

38 

250 

68 

32 

174 

136 

63 

18 

155 

64 

29 

57 

319 

238 

2373 

181 
195 

131 
44S 

55 
116 
375 
182 
153 
209 
179 
133 

80 






President. 

R. D. 

. . 134 288 

. . 477 289 


Sec. State. 
R. 1). 
137 32s 

68 216 
475 321 
154 148 
105 121 

40 133 

83 213 
109 218 
137 175 
136 142 
135 349 

87 203 
292 159 

2376 3059 

249 73 

81 178 
75 111 

192 148 
174 111 
33 82 
185 140 
111 24 
176 123 
199 163 

128 251 
156 85 
174 115 
239 Ui6 
169 96 

61 61 
23 84 

87 74 

129 169 
142 71 

25 17 

28C7 2342 

169 153 
71 2x0 

159 193 
234 273 
185 167 

105 178 
154 88 
181 142 

82 187 
258 109 

160 150 

170 156 
224 1H9 
121 231 

X'O 297 

252 827 

154 265 
141 230 

29O0 3599 

148 319 
234 262 
214 1)<7 
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108 180 ! 
134 224 

106 250 
181 308 
663 824 
624 304 

109 45 
23<» 155 
1x2 70 

88 75 
165 91 

66 113 
203 309 






Paris, Minerva Prec't .. 
Paris Precinct.... 








.. 108 111 






Pike 

Plain 






Kiley 

Sandusky 


47 124 
95 211 

.. 108 227 
139 177 

.. 139 342 






Sandv 






Sugar Creek 

Tuscarawas 






SUMMIT C 
3d " 






SCIOTO 


2443 2846 
COUNTY. 
.. 245 83 






4th " 






Bath .. 








84 187 








Clay 


194 152 
.. 184 98 








Harrison 


Coventry. 














34 77 

, 187 138 

.. 109 20 






Green 












Nile 


186 109 
209 144 
.. 131 233 
. . 171 76 
.. 180 96 
. . 263 149 
.. 161 91 

20 75 








Portsmouth, 1st ward. 
2d " . 
3d " . 
4th " . 
5th " . 


Northtield 


















Riclitield 






Tallmadge 






Valley 


92 67 

134 150 

. 154 66 

26 16 








TRUMBULL 

liristol 

lirookfieTd 






SENECA 

Adams 

Bin Spring 


2904 2191 
COUNTY. 
.. 175 140 
79 278 

164 191 
233 272 

.. 109 175 

160 88 

196 151 

86 lHl 

t. 859 110 

1-il 151 

.. 176 145 

. 229 171 

124 227 

98 2; '4 

.. 251 ;:•-'< i 

165 25 4 
14'.i S3? 

2977 3540 

COUNTY. 

1 K 307 

2.(5 270 

S ; 167 

269 188 

190 119 

ill 216 

106 247 

188 315 

. 3'.s _--, 

't 667 288 

t. 117 42 

. 149 151 

. 1x8 61 

97 73 

. l-i 88 

65 121 

211 310 






































Hartford 












Kostoria Prec' 


Hubbard 












l.'eed 

Scipia 


Kinsman 

IJberty 

Lordstown 












Tillin, 1st ward 

2d * 


Mesopotamia 














• 

BTAHE 

Bethlehem 






Vienna 












TUSCARAWAS 












Canton, 1st Ward .... 
|i| - 

3d "..,. 
4th " 












Clay 












Lexington, Alliance Pi 
Lima 1'rcc' 


Kairneld 

Frank lit) 












2d '• ... 
3d " ... 
4th " ... 


Lawrence 






Mill 






Oxford 

I'erry 






Rush 











EYENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



97 



Ohio — Continued. 

, —1868 , 

President. Sec. State. 

It. D. ]{. D. 

Salem 149 180 141 204 

Sandy 122 89 115 103 

Sugar Creek 63 212 51 209 

Union 119 22 116 26 

Washington 70 130 70 143 

Warren 80 81 78 86 

Warwick 173 121 168 130 

Wayne 59 163 48 151 

York 68 113 53 113 



3432 3013 3601] 



3145 
UNION COUNT 

Allen 175 

Claibourne 265 

Darby 148 

Dover 102 

Jackson 83 

Jerome 183 

Lee-»burg 155 

Liberty 188 

Millcreek 51 

Paris 303 

Tavlor 140 

Union 207 

Washington 115 

York 236 



2361 1454 2245 1534 

VAN WERT COUNTY. 

Harrison 87 152 82 145 

Hoaglin 61 60 59 60 

Jackson 24 27 24 26 

Jennings.... 98 62 98 63 

Liberty. 138 118 134 128 

Pleasant 463 243 459 2-52 

Ridge 183 104 177 110 

Tully 42 148 37 156 

Union 37 57 35 56 

Washington 149 277 142 275 

Wiltshire 133 143 130 150 

York 132 40 128 27 



67 


169 


66 


103 


264 


108 


144 


145 


140 


106 


97 


107 


87 


86 


95 


112 


176 


119 


118 


141 


127 


87 


172 


104 


US 


48 


115 


278 


a-8 


2-so 


80 


124 


85 


84 


196 


100 


27 


115 


30 


43 


224 


55 



1431 1505 1458 



1547 
VINTON COUNTY. 

Brown 137 120 133 136 

Clinton 173 202 173 208 

Eagle 52 71 51 72 

Elk 252 210 253 226 

Harrison 52 82 50 76 

Jackson 140 91 132 92 

Knox 55 36 54 40 

Madison 176 175 170 189 

Richland 128 223 126 228 

Swan 167 68 173 67 

Vinton 30 121 30 126 

Wilkesville 137 155 137 161 

1499 1554 1437 1621 
WARREN COUNTY. 

Cl'r Cr'k, Ridgeville Pr't 135 121 136 125 

Springboro Pr't 260 118 263 119 

Deerfield 203 211 193 225 

Franklin 469 209 462 231 

Hamilton 324 154 323 172 

Harlan 238 2-51 243 260 

Massie 270 33 275 33 

Salem 280 196 275 202 

Turtle Creek 904 267 906 275 

Union 162 65 147 72 

Washington 193 70 194 80 

Wayne 479 180 476 189 

3917 1875 3893 1983 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Adams 178 181 173 183 

Aurelius 101 40 97 40 



13 











President. 


Sec. State. 


R. 


I). 


K. 


I). 


168 


73 


144 


80 


2*3 


152 


241 


177 


153 


91 


145 


107 


63 


83 


53 


94 


53 


120 


52 


128 


110 


144 


104 


149 


152 


310 


126 


336 


235 


68 


222 


81 


58 


208 


44 


214 


204 


11 12 


199 


200 


170 


134 


158 


131 


174 


102 


170 


117 


29 


1X3 


28 


178 


°21 


151 


215 


163 


251 


96 


240 


107 


17;! 


120 


170 


134 


120 


98 


121 


103 


179 


216 


196 


224 


87 


37 


81 


43 


184 


148 


175 


158 


136 


41 


36 


135 


152 


171 


136 


187 


21*4 


138 


291 


147 


147 


149 


142 


150 


273 


46 


270 


46 



Barlow 

Bel pre 

Decatur 

Dunliiim 

Fairfield 

Fearing 

Grand View 

Harmer Precinct 

Independence 

Lawrence 

Liberty 

Little Muskingum Prec't 

Ludlow 

Marietta, 1st ward 

2d " 

3d " 

Muskingum 

Newport 

Palmer 

Salem 

Union 

Warren 

Waterford 

Watertown 

Wesley 



4353 3503 4049 3814 

WAYNE COUNTS". 

Baughman 243 194 250 195 

Canaan 259 173 252 172 

Chester 211 199 203 216 

Chippewa 221 306 214 310 

Clinton 164 160 159 162 

Congress 285 262 2*6 270 

East Union 171 262 160 266 

Franklin 118 171 120 174 

Greene 282 216 2^5 217 

Milton 98 206 92 204 

Paint 62 225 56 222 

Plain 248 175 239 174 

Salt Creek 162 172 153 172 

Sugar Creek 168 224 D',9 241 

Wayne 189 186 171 196 

Wooster 671 685 650 700 

3557 3816 3457 3891 

WILLIAMS COUNTY. 

Bradv 242 102 224 106 

Bridgewater 139 120 114 120 

Centre 171 137 174 137 

Florence 156 183 156 168 

Jefferson 158 168 145 166 

Madison 181 118 171 117 

Millcreek 103 102 97 96 

Northwest 179 100 159 98 

Pulaski 384 307 359 334 

Springfield 204 148 199 143 

St. Joseph 169 194 176 187 

Superior 294 135 190 130 

2280 1814 2164 1802 

WOOD COUNTY. 

Bloom 171 114 160 114 

Center 216 63 204 62 

Freedom 86 120 86 139 

Henry 49 75 41 70 

Jackson 39 17 36 16 

Lake 115 71 113 69 

Liberty 133 56 123 64 

Middleton 151 100 146 104 

Milton 155 99 137 126 

Montgomery 187 154 189 165 

Perry 192 84 177 80 

Ferrysburgh 380 435 352 461 

Plain 250 94 233 101 

Portage Ill 79 110 82 

Trov. 51 149 45 148 

Washington 212 61 201 59 



98 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 





, 18 

President. 
R. D. 
152 30 








Presit 
R 
48 
109 








Sec. State. 
R. D. 
153 32 
289 104 

2793 1984 

92 66 

332 480 

201 163 

91 133 

39 92 


lent. Sec. S 
D. R. 
146 38 

61 111 

91 63 
132 144 
122 90 
185 67 

71 51 
169 53 

56 113 
211 144 

2190 1623 


tate. 
D. 

138 




307 90 


61 




2957 1891 

WYANDOT COUNTY. 
91 66 


Mifflin 


70 


89 






151 


130 




Pitt 


91 


1W 




Ridge 


90 
55 


187 
7^ 






63 


151 




335 4*3 




120 


58 




219 166 




148 

1734 


W 


Eden 


98 133 









2151 



DELAWARE. 



KENT COUNTY. 

, — 1868 — « 

Govern'r. 

R. D. 

Duck Creek 285 611 

Little Creek 135 246 

E. Dover 149 337 

W Dover 103 229 

N. Murderkill, 195- 325 

S. Murderkiil, 220 451 

Mispillion, 202 423 

Milford 228 254 

1316 2876 

NEW CASTLE COUNTY. 

Wilmington city: 

1st ward, 386 461 

2d " 295 400 



, — 1868 — < 
Govern'r. 

R. D. 

3d ward, 1st prec't, . 224 285 

3d " 2d " . 330 172 

4th " 1st " . 405 358 

4th " 2d " . 204 186 

5th " 284 183 

Kast Brandvwine 102 84 

West Brandy wine,.. 238 285 

Christiana 408 348 

Mill Creek 301 306 

White Clay Creek,.. 16u 27"* 

Newcastle, 174 384 

Pencader, 123 202 

Red Lion 155 212 

St. Georsres 291 342 

Appoquinimink 149 457] 

4230 4943! 



SUSSEX COUNTY. 

Govern'r. 

R. D. 

Cedar Creek, 236 283 

Broatikim 122 295 

Nanticoke 122 223 

Upper N T . W. Pork, . 160 153 

Lower N. W. Fork, . 145 251 

Broad Creek, 145 454 

Little Creek. 110 480 

Daesborough, 180 257 

Baltimore 267 203 

Indian River, 142 123 

Lewes & Rehoboth,. 120 173 

Georgetown, 104 241 

1883 3136 



RHODE ISLAND. 



36 


93 


47 


124 


442 


238 


181 


•: io 


164 



BRISTOL COUNTY. 

1 — 1868 — , , — 1864 — , 

President. President. 

R. D. R. D. 

Harrington 96 

Bristol 422 

Warren 253 

771 341 780 449 



KENT COUNTY. 

Coventry 313 

East Greenwich 211 

Warwick 542 

West Greenwich 96 



1162 576 1365 815 
NEWPORT COUNTY. 

Jamestown 46 

Little Compton 156 

Middletown 102 

Newport 833 

New Shoreham 101 

Portsmouth 167 

Tiverton 127 

1532 597 1092 810 



104 


394 


234 


12-4 


204 


140 


281 


691 


310 


67 


76 


131 




PROVIDENCE COUNTY. 
- — 1868 — - 
President. 
R. D. 

Burrillville 243 

Cranston 125 

Cumberland 259 

Woonsocket 333 

East Providence 106 

Foster 172 

Gloucester 113 

Johnston 166 

North Providence 793 

Pawtucket 322 

Providence 4173 lTvtl) 

Scituate 282 168 

Smithfleld 763 258 



171 
160 
1261 
156j 
156 
73 
206 
180 
576 
2:59 



, — 1 86 1 — . 

President. 
R. 1). 
300 240 
306 471 



480 


303 


128 


170 


189 


158 


148 


279 


180 


234 


730 


614 


313 


173 


41*5 


!970 


345 


820 


7«2 


503 



7850 4254 8084 5435 
WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Charlestown 99 53 84 78 

Exeter 95 45 119 100 

Hopkinton 334 27 347 50 

North Kingstown 270 243 259 253 

Richmond 164 106 152 89 

South Kingstown 341 235 329 303 

Westerly 375 71 332 120 

1673 780 1622 993 



WEED, PARSONS <fc CO., 

PUBLISHERS 

EdmoncTs Statutes at Large, State of New York. G Vols., $30 00 

Laws of New Netherlands, translated from the Dutch, 3 00 

Code of Public Instruction, 1S68, • . 3 00 






EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1809. 



99 



CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION RETURNS. 



Arkansas. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

R. 

Arkansas 664 

Conway 434 

Cross 158 

Crittenden 229 

Desha 397 

Independence.... 564 

Izard 136 

Jackson 159 

Monroe 543 

Phillips 2675 

Poinsett 46 

Prairie, 278 

Searcy 380 

St. Francis 416 

Van Buren 72 

White 

7151 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Calhoun 33 

Chicot 920 

Dallas 288 

Drew 34 

Hempstead 1154 

Jefferson 2197 

Ouachita 566 

Saline 66 

Union 124 

5332 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Benton 174 

Carroll 303 

Clark 598 

Crawford 486 

Franklin 346 

Johnson 294 

Little River 22 

Madison 394 

Marion 100 

Montgomery 242 

Newton 223 

Perry 129 

Pike ~. 306 

Polk 78 

Pope 452 

Puiaski 3313 

Scott ... 326 

Sebastian 664 

Washington 637 

Yell 460 



BY COUNTIES — COMPARED WITH 1866. 



6987 



6518 



R. 

San Louis Obispo,. 372 

Santa Barbara. ... 422 

Santa Claru 2277 

Santa Cruz 1132 

Stanislaus, 340 

Tulare, 338 

Vote in 1866 13989 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Alameda, 1855 

Alpine, 152 

Amador, 1102 

Calaveras 1146 

Contra Costa, 1093 

El Dorado, 1654 

Mona, 145 

Nevada 2979 

Placer, 1976 

Sacramento 30*3 

San Joaquin 20M2 

Tuolumne, 987 



18264 
16053 



Vote in 1866, .. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Butte 1273 



Colusa, 

Del Norte, . 

Humboldt,. 

Klamath, .. 

Lake 

Lassen, 

Marin 

Mendocino, 

Napa, 

623! Plumas 

390 Shasta 

370! Sierra 

436|Siskiyou,... 



263 

70 

48 

47 

6s 

110 

183 

251 

461 

1024 

155 

431 

91 

349 



359 
1H2 
766 
137 
246 
209 
521 
587 
771 
093 
635 
1309 
832 
1505 
1779 
581 
349 
501 
998 
Yuba 1315 



Solano 
Sonoma . 
Sutter . . . 
Tehama. 
Trinity .. 
Yolo 



9547 5580 

California. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Buena Vista, 

Fresno, 70 380 

Inyo 113 100 

Kern 208 421 

Los Angelos, 745 1208 

Mariposa,. 4<v> 654 

Merced 98 274 

Monterey,. 572 667 

St. Bernardino,... 264 378 

San Diego, 128 236 

San Mateo 608 434 

San Francisco 11920 13800 



Vqteinl866, ... 

Delaware. 

Kent 1535 

Newcastle 4218 

Sussex 1883 

7636 
Vote in 1866 8553 



Georgia. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Appling 87 

Berrien 585 

Brooks 622 

Bryan 162 

Bullock 42 

Camden 509 

Chatham 4433 

Charlton 96 



D. 

344 
307 
2354 
754 
642 
679 

23682 

18793 



1258 

68 

1222 

1046 

737 

1706 

91 

2464 

1236 

2320 

1868 

1108 

15124 

14786 



R. 

44 
219 
106 

31 
227 
163 
510 



1248 
705 
173 

505 

18b 
451 

m 

440 

10: 

646 

570 

563 

811 

920 

1475 

2407 

5t>3 

399 

392 

1059 

1129 



Colquitt 

Clinch 

Coffee 

Echols 

Effingham 

Emanuel 

(ilynn 

Irwin 

Johnson 

Laurens 

Liberty 

Lowndes 

Mcintosh 

Montgomery .... 

Pierce 

Screven 

Tatnall 

Telfair 

Thomas 1217 

Ware 

Wayne 



168 
570 
711 

41 
442 

31 
188 
670 



108 

28 



2861 
4964 
3136 

10^61 
9933 



23« 
256 
422 
284 
373 

32 
2789 ' 

31! 



D. 

39 
177 
117 
128 
250 
284 

77 

'208 
388 
145 
351 
158 
246 
90 
217 
340 

'330 

110 

61 



11980 8141 
SECOND DISTRICT. 

Baker 215 521 

Chattahoochie .... 264 558 

Calhoun 427 367 

Clay 318 431 

Decatur 1038 665 

Dooley 447 714 

Dougherty 1666 1151 

Early 356 594 

Lee 844 539 

Macon 1035 665 

Marion 353 769 

Miller 130 188 

Mitchell 450 331 

Pulaski 813 686 

Quitman 6 354 

Kandolph 689 1104 

Sumter 1250 1342 

Stewart 742 928 

Terrell 315 856 

Webster 200 441 

Wilcox 54 199 

Worth 84 242 



11696 13645 



THIRD DISTRICT. 



Campbell 546 

Carroll 571 

Clayton 309 

Coweta 1017 

Crawford 512 

Fayette 473 

Harris 1021 

Heard 435 

Houston 1526 

Merri wether 1107 

Muscogee 1636 

Schley 386 

Talbot 1055 

Taylor 533 

Troup 1679 

12806 

FOCRTH DISTRICT. 

Baldwin 984 



Bibb 

Butts.. 

Henry. 



247 
361 
602 



454 
619 
354 

1126 
531 
413 
971 
439 

1857 
731 

1174 
371 
761 
567 

1213 

11581 



704 

1906 

498 

783 



100 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



R. 

Jasper 785 

Jones 729 

Monroe 1340 

Newton 996 

Pike 588 

Putnam.. 1080 

Spaulding 670 

Twiggs...}; 1140 

Upson 708 

"Wilkinson 845 

11078 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 



D. 

660 
532 

1315! Jo Daviess ... 
917 Lee 

844! 0(i ie.. :.:.:::: 

702 Whiteside 

240 



781 
570 



10917 



THIRD DISTRICT. 
p 

Carroll 22>'4 

3986 

3055 
3568 
3209 
3532 



three or four thousand votes 
cast for Milliard', a Democrat. 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 



Banks 

Clarke , 

Dawson .... 

Fannin , 

Forsyth .... 
Franklin ...• 

Gilmer 

Gwinnett 

Habersham 

Hall. 

Hart .,., 

Jackson...., 

Lumpkin 

Madison .... 

Milton , 

Pickens .... 

Rabun 

Towns 

Union 

Walton 

White 



333 
1067 
271 
316 
353 
356 
373 
516 
346 
423 
443 
677 
268 
220 
98 
364 
179 
217 
276 
629 
216 



7927 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Bartow... 
Catoosa . 
Chutooga 
Cherokee 

Cobb 

Dade 

De Kalb . 
Flovd 



738 
839 

212 
319 
511 
84 
282 
809 
Fulton 1958 



(iordon 
Haralson. 
Murray.. . 

Polk 

Paulding 

Walker... 

Whitfield 



. - 
349 
- 
421 
HI 
668 

8054 



Illinois. 

IHKST DISTKICT. 

Cook 27414 

Vote in 1866 15247 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Boone 2044 

De Kalb 34.i» 

Kane 4991 

Lake 8481 

Mcllenry B8M 

Winnebago 4ft 11 

2072.) 
Vote In 1866 16185 



534 
886 

563 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 

DuPage 2370 



;-i 



S"-' 1 Grundy 1952 

*;*-. Kankakee 2805 

J22 Kendall 1951 

l°l La Salle 6314 

?" Will 4215 

21? I 1^607 

Vote in 1866 14815 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

8340 Champaign 3248 

Coles 2649 

Cumberland ...... 971 

1476 Dotwliis 1356 

408 Edgar 2289 

492 Ford 919 

429 Iroquois 2761 

185 Macon 2739 

256,Moultrie 858 

896 Pratt 1262 

1202 Vermillion 3269 

2193 

22321 

Vote in 1866 17410 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

1636 

55] Livingston 3447 

7UI Logan 2485 

| McLean 5805 

11154 Sangamon 4298 

|Taiewell 2t$l 

Woodford 1861 



763 
176 

■I 'I 

857 I* 



19833 

5667 



22193 
Vote in 1866 1*623 



NINTH DISTRICT. 

Drown 928 

^ Cass 1066 

BOfl Fulton 3538 

897 Mason 1675 

1673 Mt-nnrd ]052 

1114 McDonough 2934 

1387 Pike 2775 

930 Schuyler 1311 



6307 
3346 



18584 
Vote in 1866 14657 

FOCRTH DISTRICT. 

Adams 4688 

Hancock 3587 

Henderson 1303 



There was no resular opposi- 
tion here. Chas. H. Prince,; Mercer 2067 

Rep., was chosen by a vote very! Rock Island 2823 

nearly the same as that for, Warren 2£02 

Governor Bullock. There werel 



TENTH DISTRICT. 

R. 

Bond 1553 

Calhoun 392 

Christian 2008 

Greene 13*35 

Jersey 1130 

Macoupin 3157 

Morgan 2650 

Montgomery 2169 

Scott 1123 

Shelby 1850 



Vote in 1866. 



17397 
14743 



17269 
Vote in 1866 15952 



FIFrU DISTRICT. 

254 Bureau 3760 

832 Henry 4225 

1(31 Knox 5041 

130 Marshall 1983 

550 Peoria 3941 

4(50 Putnam 752 

2ifi'Stark 1351 

875 

20991 
Vote in 1866 18437 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Clay 1389 

Clark 1544 

Crawford 1148 

Effingham 1016 

Franklin 1007 

Fayette 1706 

Hamilton 788 

Jasper 869 

Jefferson 1110 

Lawrence 1072 

Marion 2160 

Hichland 1329 

Wayne 1504 



D. 

778 
696 
2300 
2582 
2007 
3451 
2777 
2706 
1139 
29S4 

21420 
17116 



1348 
1912 
1478 
1693 
1289 
2033 
1301 

na5 

1935 
1179 
2206 
1363 
1603 



16642 20475 
Vote in 1866 14378 16668 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 

KQ| Clinton 1531 1592 

■'2; Madison 4154 3691 

|'V Monroe 941 1368 

41| Randoloh 1945 1904 

St, Clair 4596 3436 

Washington 1813 1347 



1160 



5259 
3147 



11946 
7721 

2133 
2257 
1364 
1143 

232*' 

373 

1389 

2249; 

1148! 

775 j 

2072; 

17171 
13272 



1345 
2134 
1925 

3910 
4989 
2759 
2247 

19309 
14520 

1504 
1410 
4115 
1727 
1299 
2730 
3334 
1758 



14980 13338 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Alexander 651 1078 

Edwards 8*0 434 

Gallatin 679 1042 

Hardin 334 455 

Jackson 1291 1345 

Johnson 1178 662 

Massac 863 633 

Perry 1559 920 

Pope 1110 607 

Pulaski 543 637 

Saline.. 1017 1169 

Union 939 1800 

Wabash 759 849 

White 1044 1786 

Williamson 1409 1347 

14261 14764 

Vote in 1866 13459 12890 

At large 249422 199789 

1866 203045 147058 



15279 17877 
Vote In 1866 14721 15496 



Indiana. 

FrRST DISTRICT. 

Daviess 1682 1732 

Gibson 1941 1324 

Knox 1853 2417 

Perry 1375 1444 

Pike 1410 1369 

Posey 1938 2054 

Spencer 1982 1850 

Vanderburg 3395 3148 

Warrick 1573 1863 

17119 T7201 

Vote in I860 15911 17250 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



101 



SECOND DISTRICT. 

R. 

Clarke 1870 

Crawford 970 

Dubois 510 

Floyd 1537 

Harrison 1735 

Jackson 1430 

Martin 894 

Orange 1264 

Scott 693 

Washington 1650 

12553 
Vote in 1866 11G78 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Bartholomew 2010 

Dearborn 2*225 

Decatur 2262 

Jefferson 2*69 

Jennings 1838 

Ohio 586 

Kipley 2099 

Switzerland 1466 

15385 
Vote in 1866 13848 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Fayette 1475 

Franklin 1603 

Hancock 1414 

Rush 2115 

Shelby 2069 

Union 915 

Wayne 5018 

14609 
Vote in 1866 11052 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Brown 458 

Hendricks 2973 

Johnson 1697 

Marion 7008 

Morgan 2047 

Putnam 2145 

16327 
Vote In 1866 13416 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Clay 1708 

Greene 1802 

Lawrence 1781 

Monroe 1496 

Owen 1383 

Parke 2362 

Sullivan 12*4 

Vermillion 1263 

Vigo 3390 

16479 
Vote in 1566 16819 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Benton 542 

Boone 2550 

Carroll 1794 

Clinton 1794 

Fountain 1795 

Montgomery 2628 

Tippecanoe 2925 

Warren 1527 

16555 
Vote in 1866 14871 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

Cass ■ 2376 

Grant 2086 

Hamilton 3242 

Howard 2017 

Madison 1966 



D. 

3082 
982 
1986 
2716 
2210 
3337 
1202 
1370 
912 
2038 

18835 
13421 



2510 
2921 
1893 
228 
1449 
465 



R. 

Miami. 2193 

Tipton 1020 

Wabash 2940 

178-10 
Vote In 1866 149S3 

NINTH DISTRICT. 

Adams 687 

Allen 3047 

Blackford 544 

Delaware 2699 

Henry 3436 

Jay 1551 

Randolph 3103 

Wells 1094 

16161 
Vote in 1866 20221 



D. 

2271 
1268 
1647 

14512 
14728 



TENTH DISTRICT. 

DeKalb 1750 

20421 Elkhart ....A 2962 

1209J Huntington 2075 

1 Kosciusko 2861 

14776 Lagrange 1944 

13158 Noble 2421 

Steuben 1881 

Whitley 1372 



1131 
2796 
1682 
1933 
259 



17267 
Vote in 1866 17414 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 

658) Fulton 1245 

24801 Jasper 756 

iLake 1539 

13272! Laporte 3064 

11921 (Marshal 1921 

Newton 608 

1fM J Porter 1892 

i^ Pulaski 642 

SuS Starke 312 

49 St. Joseph 3075 

White 1173 



5539 
1460 
2493 



141*3 

7188 



1856 
1653 
1469 
1369 
1896 
1349 
2457 
8(16 
30S5 



16327 
Vote in 1866 18145 



1393 
560-1 
673 
1011 
14 



R. 

Delaware 1990 

Dubuque 2261 

Payette 2089 

Floyd 1227 

Howard 667 

Mitchell 1115 

Winneshiek 2263 



20119 

Vote in 1866 15472 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Appanoose 1509 

]lj7' Benton 2556 

uit Iowa 1487 

I T ?iJasper 2754 

_, Johnson 2156 

..07 1 Keokuk 1914 

on^o I Mahaska 2602 

Marion 2261 

Monroe 1170 

Poweshiek 1686 

Tarna 1857 

Wapello 2105 



24057 
Vote in 1866 18475 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Adair 309 

Adams 428 

Audubon 101 

Cass 418 

Clarke 1058 



D. 

1049 

4328 

1077 

403 

381 

332 

1108 

14120 
10470 

1251 

1196 

1176 

1272 

2109 

1524 

1545 

2190 

828 

794 

811 

1835 

16531 
12395 



Dallas 
Decatur... 
Fremont . , 
Guthrie ... 
Harrison.. 
Lucas . 



1238 
1021 
975 
545 
926 
992 



Iowa. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Davis 1518 

Des Moines 2570 

Jefferson 1886 

Henry 2786 

Lee 3027 

Louisa 1589 

Van Buren 2018 

Washington 2324 

17718 
Vote in 1866 16406 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

2324 Cedar 2431 

1812 Clinton 3017 

1764! Jackson 1959 

2059Uones 2356 

2656! Linn 3549 

31 74| Muscatine 2503 

842|Scott 2931 

18753 
Vote in 1856 16257 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Allamakee 1542 

1600: Bremer 1450 

1279 Buchanan 1840 

liailChiekasaw 960 

2744! Clayton 2715 



io.;i Madison 1500 

837 
356 
031 
2*40 
1115 
517 
151 
713 
487 
1928 
Wayne 1023 



Mills 
Montgomery ... 

Page 

Polk 

Pottawattamie 

Ringgold 

Shelby 

Taylor 

Union 

Warren , 



1412 
1971 
1319 
1057 
3232 
773 
1610 
1331 

12T0.5 
10515 



1420 
2-56* 
2211 
1335 
1707 
1614 



1-V227 

9220 



1403 
550 
941 
529 

2019 



Vote in 1856. 

SIXTH DIST 

Black Hawk 

Butler 

Boone 

Bufna Vista 

Cerro Gordo 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Clay 

Crawford 

Cherokee 

Dickinson 

Kmmett 

Franklin 

Grundy 

Creene 

Hardin 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Humboldt 

Ida 

Kossuth 

Marshall 

Monona 

O'Brien 

Palo Alto 

Plymouth 



tic?. 

2579 

1U94 

1363 

57 

411 

104 

174 

76 

187 

64 

125 

135 

515 

529 

420 

15*6 

634 

88 

272 

22 

333 

2327 

370 

10 

41 

95 



144 

167 
101 
24- 
430 
603 
1026 
10S2 
415 
740 
691 
949 
555 
228 
476 
1727 
1052 
258 
130 
319 
352 
Hod 
753 



842 

430 

996 

4 

73 

68 

82 

4 

139 

16 

9 

28 

82 

74 

234 

538 

167 

21 

79 

6 

30 
611 
165 
1 
64 
24 



102 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



R. 

Pocahontas 93 

Sioux 6 

Stony 1059 

Sac 132 

Worth. 2tt) 

Winnebago 167 

Webster 7-15 

Woodbury 429 

Wright 243 

16775 
Vote in 1866.... 10030 

Kentucky. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

R. D. 

Ballard 105 1241 

Calloway 70 1069 

Cal«l well 91 768 

Crittenden.... 338 656 

Fulton 6 618 

Graves 373 1771 

Hickman 27 917 

Lyon 54 471 

Livingston .... 52 774 

McCracken ... 204 221 

Marshall 98 891 

Trigg 55 1151 

Union 86 1338 

Webster 172 1010 

1731 13608 
Vote in 1866, 1780 9807 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

R. 

Breckinridge 288 

Butler 550 

Christian 428 

Daviess 174 

Edmonson 151 

Grayson 376 

Hopkins 317 

Henderson 86 

Hancock 71 

Mulilenburg 480 

McLean >4 

Ohio 524 

3538 
Vote in 1866 8816 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Allen 271 

Barren 3*3 

Cumberland 86 

Clinton 137 

Hart 226 

Logan 276 

Monroe 

Metcalfe 193 

l 218 

Simpson 68 

Todd 109 

VYarreu B86 

SMI 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Anderson W5 

Adair 245 

Bullitt gj 

Casey IM 

Green 141 

Hardin M 

Larue 88 

Meade U 

Marion Il| 

Nelson 

Spencer !"• 

Shelby 92 



D. 

19 j Taylor 

5 Washington. 

425 

45 

41 

8 

538 

324 



R. 

34 

496 



1811 
Vote in 1866 2277 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Henry 144 

65jJefferson 1246 

■ Owen 86 

5625 Oldham 39 

3958 

1515 

Vote in 1866 724 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Boone 246 

Ind. Bracken 497 

6 Campbell 1640 

.. Carroll 82 

17 Grant 539 

.. Gallatin ^. 100 

118 Harrison ^ 456 

. . Kenton 1593 

20 1 Pendleton 753 

Robertson 190 

Trimble 6 



6137 
Vote in 1866 3587 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



— Bourbon .. 
293 Boyle 

Clarke .... 

Fayette.... 

Franklin . . 

Jessamine. 

Lincoln ... 
464 Mercer.... 
1370 Nicholas .. 

236U Scott 

359 Woodford. 



1109 



164 
138 
223 
520 
267 
160 
112 
2*6 
301 
155 
47 



2373 
1664 



9469 



NINTH DISTRICT. 



776 Hath 

5*5 Boyd 

arter , 

43(1 Fleming 

646 Floyd 

1561 Greenup 

649 Johnson 

1083 Leu is 

) 137 Lawrence . . . 
15 9 Montgomery 

741 Mason 

l .'-'j Morgan 



D. 

5H0 Magoffin 
871 Powell .. 

Pike 

13166 Rowan .. 

8607 




9:8 

9S3 

71 



6652 
Vote in 1866 7563 



Louisiana. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

1510* Livingston 149 670 

9535iPlaquemine 1330 272 

St Bernard 2 473 

St, Helena 136 1094 

1500 1 St. Tammany 471 703 

1211 Washington 656 



2088 3868 

The vote in the Fourth, Fifth. 

/-i- Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and 

9-i>o' Ninth wards of New Orleans 

font was. for Grant, 104; Seymour, 

1 £n 10.493. In Algiers the vote was. 

MS for Grant, 9u2; Seymour, 839. 

_JThese figures added would make 

i in*)! the vote for Sypher, 2192; St. 

9488 Martin, 14,811. St. Bernard, 

Washington and Orleans were 

thrown out, making the official 

1376 count. Republican, 2,086; Dein- 

&15 ocratic, 2,739. 

IP^!' SECOND DISTRICT. 

201 o! 

1380 Jefferson 662 

7£;l Lafourche. 1613 

1017 St. Charles 1335 

U4Q|St. James 2160 

98.5 St. John Baptiste . 1278 



1489 
950 



1250| 

1735 Vote in 1866 

il?J EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

673 Breathitt 220 

1136 (May ' 585 

Estill 641 

12786 Garrard 478 

10077 Harlan 423 

Jackson 476 

I Josh Bell 274 

642 Knox ...? 704 

1407 .Laurel 672 

502 Letcher 248 

252 Madison 808 

1052 Owsley 630 

1649 Perry 313 

.... Pulaski 1509 

481 Rockcastle 489 

401 Whitley 805 

715 Wayne 408 

I Wolfe 178 

1597 

9861 

Vote in 1866 7244 



13019 
11104 



456 



Terrebonne 1539 



2223 
1799 
264 
770 
455 
1297 



6808 



85S7 
The vote in the First, Second, 
Third and Fourth wards of New 
Orleans was, lor Grant, 172 ; Sey- 
mour, 11,954. This would swell 
.(.the vote for Sheldon to 8,759, and 
29- j for Hunt to 18,762. The votes 
f£i I of Jefferson, St. John Baptiste, 
?rZ I Terrebonne and Orleans were 
i^.lt.hrown out. making the vote 
$52 stand, Republican, 5,108; Dem- 
iSjIocratiC, 2,833. 

528 



303 
1684 

296 

239 
1313 

654 



THIRD DISTRICT 

Ascension 

Assumption 

Baton Rouee, East 
Baton Bouge, West 
Calcasieu 

V-'- Feliciana, East.... 

972 Iberville 



1383 
1246 

585 
2 

644 
2086 



492 
422 
638 
760 
107 
636 
529 
956 
356 
129 
582 
186 



346 

10323 

7609 



1022 
50H 
568 

1226 
4W 
550 
274 
801 
649 
859 

1810 
719 



Lafayette 

St. Landry ... 
St. Martin.... 

St. Mary 

Vermillion . . . 



25 

1132 



1119 

1365 
1350 

433 

813 
1408 

703 
1420 
4683 
1448 
1814 

957 



8594 17513 

The' vote of St. Martin was 
thrown out. Official canvass. 
Republican, 8,568; Democratic, 
16,065. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Avoyelles 517 1342 

Bossier 1 1631 

Caddo 1 2885 

He Soto 1259 

Feliciana 1132 652 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



103 



D. 

1375 
896 

1637 
933 
702 



R. 

Natchitoches 1916 

Pointe Coupee 1503 

Rapides 2142 

Sabine 

Winn 43 

7256 
Avoyelles, West Feliciana and 
Sabine were thrown out. Otli- 
cial canvass, Republican, 5,606; 
Democratic, 10,365. 



FIFTH 


DISTRICT. 






R. 


D. 


Ind. 


Bienville... 


1 


1385 




Caldwell ... 


94 


483 


10 


Carroll 


7 


777 


1394 


Catahoula.. 


149 


794 


16 


Claiborne .. 


2 


2944 




Concordia . 


1552 


196 


.... 


Franklin ... 




1213 


.... 


Jackson ... 


.... 


1396 




Madison ... 


33 


149 


i486 


Morehouse. 


1 


1515 


2 


Ouachita... 


822 


1066 


37 




831 


383 


187 




1 


1415 


.... 



TH1KD DISTRICT. 

R. 

Baltimore city 5667 

Vote in 1866 4568 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

___| Alleghany 2421 

13312|Carroll 2303 

Frederick 3876 

Washington 3053 

11653 
Vote in 1866 11642 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 



3423 13716 3060 

Franklin and Jackson were 
thrown out. Official canvass, 
Republican. 3,423; Democratic, 
11,107; Independent, 3,076. 



Maine. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

John Lynch 16' 

Charles A. Shaw 14579 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Samuel Morrill 14281 

Alonzo Garcelon 9653 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

James G. Blaine 16127 

E. W. Farley 12881 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

John A. Peters 13337 

G. W. Ladd 8373 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Eugene Hale 14363 

Arno Wiswell 11677 



Anne Arundel... 
Baltimore (part) 

Calvert 

Charles 

Howard 

Montgomery .... 
Prince George .. 
St. Mary's 



344 

650 
67 
34 
492 
397 
155 
37 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 

R. 

13056|Boston, 1st ward, 1472 
5545 2d ,l 633 

3d ,l 

4th " 

6th " 

9th " 
Camb'ge, 1st ward, 

2d " 

3d " 

4th " 

5th " 
Chelsea, 1st ward, 

2d " 

3d '• 

4th u 

North Chelsea 

Winthrop 

11333 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 



2176 

Vote in 1866 2039 



1670 
1319 
626 
1115 
1013 
1341 
1670 
1170 

9924 

8838 



1868 

1866 



Massachusetts. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 
12975 




3486 
1S29 



1868 
1866 



1868 
1866 



1868 
1866 



186S 
1866 



Maryland. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 

R. 

Caroline 474 

Cecil 1707 

Dorchester 473 

Kent 264 

Queen Anne's 275 

Somerset 422 

Talbot 350 

Wicomico 419 

Worcester 222 

4606 
Vote in 1866 4052 

8KCOND DISTRICT. 

3306 



D 

907 
24S 
1418 
1329 
1528 
1001 



8184 

SECOND DISTRICT. 
14498 

9581 

THIRD DISTRICT. 
9974 

6984 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 
11323 

7901 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 
13109 

Ind. 1811 
9021 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

1868 13933 

1866 10075 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

1868 13214 

1866 9847 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

1868 14307 

1866 9039 

NINTH DISTRICT. 

1868 16985 

1866 11895 

TENTH DISTRICT. 

1868 12260 

1866 8125 

The following are the only 
returns of districts we have 



5698 
2456 



6892 
2601 



8592 
31S2 



5061 
2838 



7187 
3366 



6996 
2**5 



4974 
1901 



1814 
1041 



7490 
4185 



Amesbury.. 
Beverly .... 
Dan vers.... 

Essex 

Georgetown 
Gloucester. 
Groveland . 
Hamilton .. 
Ipswich .... 

Lynn 

Lynnfield . . 
Manchester 
Marblehead 
Middleton.. 
Naliant .... 
Newbury .. 
Newb'yport. 
Peabody . .. 
Rock port. .. 

Rowley 

Salem ...... 

Salisbury... 
Swampscott 
Topsfield .. 
Wenham ... 
VV.t Newb'y 



R. 

426 
766 
661 
267 
237 

1041 
227 
105 
333 

2490 
79 
196 
723 
130 
32 
158 
930 
663 
5o4 
114 

1758 
426 
237 
155 
118 
245 



D. 

60 
136 
53 
16 
43 
143 

83 
228 
38 
22 
73 
12 
7 

14 

220 

125 

24 

26 

356 

60 

19 

23 

12 

13 



8593 



Ind. 

103 

128 

196 

62 

144 

252 

89 

25 

154 

869 

21 

30 

653 

15 

23 

35 

6«3 

179 

85 

95 

766 

103 

44 

83 

62 

62 



13030 1819 4911 



1255 received : 



Baltimore city(p't) 
Baltimore county. 
Harford 



1399 
1091 



5796 
Vote in 1866 5014 



1468 
1315 



12703 
11729 



7765 
2537 
2369 

12671 
7091 



THIRD DISTRICT. 

Boston, 5th ward, 587 
7th " 
8th " 

10th " 

11th " 

12th " 

13th " 

14th " 

15th " 
Brookline 




9064 



Michigan. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

R. D. 

Hillsdale 4824 2195 

Lenawee 6079 4741 

Monroe 24*8 2962 

Wayne 8806 10697 

22197 20595 

Vote in 1866 17319 13443 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Allegan 3555 2364 

Berrien 39t53 3306 

Branch 3966 2033 

Cass 2460 1939 

Kalamazoo 4055 29H9 

St, Joseph 3544 2513 

Van Buren 3653 2272 



Vote in 1866.... 

THIRD DISTRICT. 



Calhoun 5017 3233 

6892 Eaton. 2937 2174 



104 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



Ingham 

Jackson 

Washtenaw , 



Vote io 1866. 



R. D.| R. 

2937 2587 Scott 480 

3960 3715 Sibley 375 

4417 4554,8(6616 1131 

Waseca 799 

19268 1626* Watonwan 197 

16249 1228s Winona 2362 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Antrim 236 

Harry 2903 



Cheboygan. 

Delta 

Emmet 

Grand Traverse. 
Ionia. 



66 

211 

135 

1004 

3371 



Minnesota. 



FIltST DISTRICT. 



Blue Earth 

Brown 

Dodge 

Faribault .. 
Fillmore ... 
Freeborn. .. 
Houston ... 
Jackson ... 
Le Seuer ... 

Martin 

Mower 

Nicollet.... 
Olmsted ... 
Redwood... 
Rice 



23493 
Tote in 1866 13961 



Kent 5366 

Leelanaw 461 

Mackinaw 48 

Manistee 608 

Manitou 160 

Mason 466 

Mecosta 775 

Menominee 124 

Montcalm 1516 

Muskegon 1299 

Newaygo 808 

Oceana 1079 

Ottawa 2531 

23043 
Vote in 1866 15306 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Lapeer 2353 

Livingston 8830 

Macomb 2775 

Oakland 4607 

St. Clair 3096 

Sanilac 1286 

16347 
Vote in 1866 1404* 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

I Alpena 323 

Bay 1154 

Clinton 8587 

Genesee 3814 

Gratiot 1283 

701 
6 7 8 
868 
528 
374 
723 
400 



Houghton 
Huron ..... 

Iosco 

Isabella .. 
Keweenaw 
Marquette 
Midland... 
On ton axon 

Saginaw 3128 

Bhiawassee 2259 

Tuscola 1592 

80037 
Vote in 1866 14603 



Vote in 1866 



Missouri. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

R. 

Wards and district 9553 

Vote in 1866 6728 

SECOND DISTRICT. 



1786 
615 

Ills 

2; 13 

1484 

l 19 

681 

J...U, 

740 
8404 

157 
1759 



Crawford 

Franklin 

Gasconade 

Jefferson 

Mexico 

Osage 

Phelps 

Pulaski 

St. Louis, 1st wardl 
2d " I 
3d " 

Carondelet ...., 

Botihomme 

Meramec 



1034 
167 
437 

1319 

904 

Lti 
1103 

I"; 

47ii 
159 

1272 

1277 



11506 
Vote in 1866 9564 

THIRD DISTRICT. 



Zollinger 

Butler 

Cap'- Qirardeau. 
Carter 

Dent 

Dunklin 

Iron 

Madison 

Mississippi 

New Madrid .... 
Oregon 




R. 

2 

391 



Pemiscot 

Perry 

Ripley 

Scott 

Shannon 

St. Francois... 
St. Genevieve. 

Stoddard 

Washington... 
Wayne 



4226 
Vote in 1866 3571 



D. 

148 
568 



242 235 



253 
245 
222 
420 



367 
595 
117 
718 



5153 

4637 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 

R. 



Barry 340 

107 Barton ' 260 

930 Cedar 64 

2, Christian 448 

2227 Dade 482 

241 Dallas 533 

1 Douglas 400 

Greene 1122 

Howell 119 

Jasper 1006 

Laclede 375 

Lawrence 823 



82| McDonald 



167 
693 
141 
672 



Newton 

Ozark 

Polk , 

Stone 141 

Taney 151 

Texas. 196 

Webster 513 

Wright 272 

8927 
6083 



Vote in 1866 

FIFTH DISTRICT, 



D. 

326 
232 
320 
144 
162 

"47 
763 

24 
485 
373 
409 

41 
216 

56 
420 
1116 

55 
105 
350 
111 

4955 
1929 



Ind. 
8 
9 

483 
96 

192 
37 
19 
74 
50 
28 
8 
12 
11 
62 
19 

184 
21 
49 
10 



13506 
7754 Rates 



R. 

778 



|Benton 689 



i Camden 391 

Cass .' 1014 

ICole 844 

! Cooper 956 

■ Henry 972 

9734 Hickory 461 

6510 Johnson 1490 



D. 



384 

159L 

1057 

787 

71 

608 

514 

166 



1193 



Miller 

'Moniteau 
(Morgan .. 



,„,.,. 'ettis 

J^St. Clair 



807 
319 
673 
426 
207 



6328 3998 



307 

119 

1023 

26 

202 

'283 

214 

20 

7 



8880 

6251 



103 

817 

44 

168 

'230 
154 
331 
341 



Vernon. 



73 

784 
567 

546 
335 



11387 
Vote in 1866 7617 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 



Caldwell . 
Carroll ... 
Charlton . 

Clay 

Clinton... 
Jackson .. 
Lafayette 
Platte.... 

Ray 

Saline 



825 
947 
778 
286 
567 



740 

588 



5427 
Vote in 1866 5391 

SKTKNTU DISTRICT. 



Andrew 
Atchison 



1894 

7H7 



Buchanan 1876 



Daviess 
DeKalb 
Gentry 



9i 19 
581 
816 



1384 



n. 

629 
340 
144 
1156 
772 
497 
716 
129 
873 
159 
396 
394 
822 
331 
5-<3 

7941 

4084 

398 
838 

839 
319 
659 



696 559 



559 
335 



43H0 

4*57 



603 
191 
1454 
750 
294 
504 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



105 





R. 

952 
.... 13*8 


T). 

394 
497 
168 
850 
406 
618 
339 
600 
370 

8029 
3980 

296 
300 

1256 
345, 
837 
677 

1230 
731 

1404 
247 
716 
309 

734S 
6069 

286 
195 
343 
397 

'■492 
1595 

199| 
1091 
377 

4975 

4698 


Holt 


1038 
.... 1049 




1075 
... 11*5 


Sail i vaii 


889 


Worth 


358 


Vote in 1866 

EIGHTH 

Clark 


16273 

iowa 

DISTRICT. 

921 
.... 1020 


Howard 


169 
743 




818 




1197 


Macon 


.... 1098 




944 




217 




.... 497 


Shelby 

Vote In 1866 

NINTH 


768 
562 

8954 

DISTRICT. 

305 


Boone 


153 




162 




458 


.Monroe 




Pike 

Ralls 


095 

,.. 1015 

219 


St. Charles 


. . . . 1551 

829 


Vote in 1866. 


5407 
.... 4876 



New Jersey. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Atlantic 1401 

Cape May 941 

Camden 4104 

Cumberland 3756 

Gloucester 2462 

Salem 2550 

15214 
Vote in 1866 12468 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Burlington 5845 

Mercer 4293 

Monmouth 3579 

Ocean 1777 

15494 
Vote in 1866.... 13476 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Hunterdon 3399 

Middlesex 3944 

Somerset 2168 

Union 3332 

Warren , 2613 

15156 
Vote in 1866 12955 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Bereen 2208 

Essex 3719 

Morris 4299 



796 
687 
3670 
2376 
1790J 
2220 

11539 

9108 



5248 
4519 
5432 
1100 

16299 
13*25 



R. D. 

Passaic 4034 3383 

Sussex 2208 3233 

16468 18889 

Vote in 1866 13*61 13399 

'FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Hudson 7382 10832 

Newark city 9480 8278 

16862 19110 

Vote in 1866.... 12782 11847 

New York. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Queens 5027 6248 

Richmond 2327 2937 

Suffolk 4591 4153 

11945 13338 

Vote in 1866 9362 10458 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Brooklyn 6th ward 1376 9431 

8th " 482 991 

9th " 601 BilO 

10th " 2087 3578 

12th " 343 2630 

14th " 701 1905 

16th " 1601 2476 

17th " 1214 1471 

18th " 587 868 

21st " 1515 2025 

22d " 783 1048 

Flatbush 233 337 

Flatlands 172 168 

Gravesend 102 179 

NewLotts 428 800 

New Utrecht 175 321 

12492 24418 

Vote in 1866 8985 12634 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Brooklyn, 1st ward 501 741 

2d " 348 1547 

3d '• 1220 793 

4th " 1169 1286 

5th " 734 2891 

7th " 1638 1875 

11th " 1635 2072 

13th " 2003 1493 

15th " 1329 1408 

19th " 1144 928 

20th " 2013 1564 

13734 16598 

Vote in 1866 10803 12634 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

N. York, 1st ward, 239 2934 

2d " 134 304 

3d ,l 258 787 

4th " 453 3768 

5th " 915 2590 

6th " 330 4858 

8th " 1695 4883 

4024 20074 

Vote in 1866 3743 14003 

FTFTH DISTRICT. 

R. D. Inn*. 

N. Y. 7th ward 983 1081 5695 

10th " 1567 626 2975 

13th " 12*9 424 3*505 

14th " 655 452 3789, 

4494 2583 16064'; 

Vote in 1866.. 2293 9162 6503 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 

R. 

N.York, 9th ward 41t>9 
15th ,l 2311 
16th " 3202 



Vote in 1866 



9682 

6955 



T). 

4976 
2541 
4845 

12362 

9452 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

N.York, 11th ward 1974 
17th " 4013 

5987 
Vote in 1866 6743 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

N. York, 18th ward 3211 
20th " 3379 
21st " 3276 

9886 

Votein-d866 8210 

NINTH DISTRICT. 

R. D. 

N. Y. 12th ward, 2474 276 

19th " 3353 782 

22d w 3260 701 



8112 
10346 



18485 
11503 



90*7 



1759 
7995 



Vote in 1866. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 

R. 

Putnam 1545 

Rockland ... ; 1847 

Weschester .'. 9308 

12700 
Vote in 1866 9957 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Orange 79 a 9 

Sullivan 3309 



Vote in 1866 

TWELFTH DISTRICT. 

Columbia 5551 

Dutchess 



6785 
8213 
6489 

•214*7 
13816 

Ind. 

3712 
5160 
5776 

14648 



D. 

1745 



12007 



16533 
12012 



7970 
3050 




Vote in 1666 ... 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Greene 9925 

Ulster 8276 

12201 
Vote in 1866 10179 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Albany 12272 

Schoharie 3462 

15734 
Vote in 1866 14972 

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Rensselaer 10383 

Washington....... 6671 

17054 
Vote in 1866 15689 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Clinton 41?3 

Essex 35»Q 

Wanen 2602 

10128 
Vote in 1866 93 U 



3438 
8254 



11692 
10521 



3749 
2-17*5 

2293 

821 3 

7412 



14 



108 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

R. D. R. D. 

Franklin 3410 2*271 Monroe 11487 10244 

tt. Lawrence 11*52 4Glo,Orleans 3902 2455 



15262 
Vote in 1866 13449 



0284 
5116 



EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Fulton & Hamilton 3687 3125 

Montgomery 4100 3690 

Saratoga 6365 5347 

Schenectady 2459 2346 

16611 14508 
Vote in 1866 15496 12342 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 

Chenango 5841 4127 

Delaware 5578 4339 

Otsego 6530 6118 

17949 14584 
Vote in 1866 17277 13621 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 

Herkimer 5287 4149 

Jefferson 8206 6081 

Lewis 3363 3278 

16856 ia5a* 

Vote in 1866 16496 11734 

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 

Oneida 12543 11240 

Vote in 1866 11182 10515 

TWENTY SECOND DISTKICT. 

Madison 6245 3 

Oswego 9516 6160 

15761 6169 
Vote in 1866 14461 8827 

TWENTY-THIRD DISTKICT. 

Cortland; 4012 2144 

Onondaga 1242-5 9311 

16470 11455 
Vote in 1866 15260 9966 

TWENTY FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Cavir-'U 8148 5006 

Seneca Kftl 3302 

Wayne 6293 4431 

17234 18739 
Vote in 1866 161*9 11401 

TWKNTYK1FTH DISTRICT. 

Livingston 4573 3622 

Ontario 5726 4226 

Yates 3114 1769 

1341* 0610 
Vote in 1866 19687 - H 

TWENTY SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Broome 5721 8880 

Schuyler 2771 2013 

Tioga 

Tompkins 4023 3135 

Vote in 1866 16264 10849 

TWK.NTYSFVKNTH DISTRICT. 

Allegany 6530 2837 

Chemung B563 3792 

Steuben 8550 6551 

1*047 131*0 
Vote in 1866 17750 11435 



15389 12699 
Vote in 1866 12791 10757 

TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT. 

Genesee 4215 2866 

Niagara 5019 4^09 

Wyoming 4198 2619 



13432 

THIRTIETH DISTRICT. 
16004 



10294 



Erie 16004 14293 

Vote in 1866 12085 13402 

THIRTY- FIRST DISTRICT. 

Chautauqua 9300 4518 

Cattaraugus 6116 3915 

15416 8433 

Vote in 1866 14405 7299 



North Carolina. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Beaufort 1318 

Bet-tie 1514 

Camden.. 
Chowan .. 
Currituck 

Oates 

Halifax . 
Hertford.. 
Hyde. 



Martin 1011 



Northampton 
Pasquotank. 
Perquimans. 
Tyrrell 

Washington. 




15476 11893 



SECOND DISTRICT. 

Carteret 835 897 

Craved 3536 1492 

Duplin 1025 1576 

Edgecombe 2680 1473 

Greene 756 550 

Jones 594 420 

Lenoir 1214 861 

Onslow 408 873 

1'itt 1531 1560 

Wayne 1421 I486 

14895 12293 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Anson 1002 1051 

Bladen 1373 1078 

Brunswick 884 693 

Columbus 504 957 

Cumberland 1597 1680 

Harnett 645 789 

Montgomery 737 331 

Moore 1018 885 

New Hanover 3960 22v>0 

Richmond 1263 794 

Robeson 1317 1337 

Sampson 1014 1408 

15314 13353 

FODRTH DISTRICT. 

Chatham 1741 1556 

Franklin 1173 1401 

(iranville 2732 2169 

Johnston 1184 1379 

Naab 826 1107 



R. D. 

Orange 1446 1897 

Wake 3388 2996 

Warren ,. . . 2306 1051 

14796 13556 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Alamance 1101 1053 

Caswell 1950 1417 

Davidson 1847 837 

Forsyth 1280 762 

Guilford 2105 1494 

Person 953 1054 

Randolph 1754 877 

Rockingham 1403 1513 

Stokes 786 728 

Surry 820 737 

Stanly 466 651 

14525 11123 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Alexander 357 513 

Cabarrus 934 1111 

Catawba 501 1120 

Davie 654 690 

Gaston 863 677 

Iredell 992 1383 

Lincoln 622 735 

Mecklenburg .. 1970 2119 

Rowan 1350 1500 

Lmon 806 928 

Wilkes 1217 815 

Yadkin 837 601 



11103 12162 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 





247 

.. 1087 
925 
382 

154 

410 
637 
219 

528 
529 
739 
407 

263 


282 
641 


Burke 

Caldwell 


1089 
749 
619 




416 


Clay 

Jackson 


234 
1043 

600 
358 
608 




571 


Madison 


458 


Mitchell 


118 


McDowell 

4'olk 


610 
105 
6*6 
233 
347 




438 



10329 10347 



Ohio. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 

Hamilton 10272 10483 

Vote in 1806 10422 9496 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Hamilton 11694 11197 

Vote in 1866 11549 8991 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Hutler 3200 5333 

Montgomery 6440 6557 

Preble 2769 1979 

Warren 3884 1949 

16293 15818 

Vote in 18*6 15027 13900 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Champaign 2769 2346 

Darke 2878 3381 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 18G9. 



107 



R. 

Logan 2614 

Miami 3810 

Shelby 1585 

13656 
Vote in 1866 13313 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Allen 1782 

Auglaize 1021 

Hancock 2124 

Hardin 1775 

Mercer 764 

Van Wert 1503 

Wyandot 1620 

10589 
Vote in 1866 10872 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Brown 2549 

Clermont 3290 

Clinton 2817 

Fayette 1884 

Highland 2923 

13463 
Vote in 1866 13846 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Clark 3759 

Franklin 4731 

Greene 3873 

Madison 1615 

13978 
Vote in 1866 13667 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

Delaware 2896 

Marion 1452 

Morrow 2383 

Richland 3226 

Union 2241 

12198 
Vote in 1866 11710 

NINTH DISTRICT. 

Crawford 1861 

Erie 2891 

Huron 3851 

Ottawa 905 

Sandusky 2300 

Seneca 2878 

14686 
Vote in 1866 15231 

TENTH DISTRICT. 

Defiance 967 

Fulton 2032 

Henry 1010 

Lucas 4105 

Paulding 706 

Putnam 1076 

Williams 2068 

Wood 2631 

14595 
Vote in 1866 14873 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Adams. 1997 

Gallia 2428 

Jackson 2015 

Lawrence 2902 

Scioto 2802 

Vinton 1487 

13631 
Vote in 1866 12783 



D. 

1922 
2893 
2485 

13027 

11059 



3307 
3783 
1634 
1473 
2923 

13120 
1226' 



2443 
7802 
1963 
1615 

13823 
11516 



2206 
1943 
1808 
3753 
1540 

11250 

9858 



3599 
2152 
2350 
1499 
3134 
3588 

16322 
13944 



1938 
1268 

1611 
4035 
668 
2088 
1843 
2061 

15507 

12956 



2200 
1812 
1789 
1739 
2343 
1622 

11505 
9945 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 

It. D. 

Fairfield 2286 3940 

Hocking 1206 2086 

Perry 1625 2010 

Pickaway 2132 2770 

Pike 1039 1745 

Ross 3C86 3736 

11374 162*6 

Voteinl866 11336 14546 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Coshocton 2162 2611 

Knox 2909 2790 

Licking 3373 4513 

Muskingum 4536 4700 

12980 14614 

Vote in 1866 12957 13228 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Ashland 2099 2502 

Holmes 977 2917 

Lorain 4281 1998 

Medina 2783 1797 

Wayne 3435 3899 

13575 13113 

Vote in 1866 13494 11787 

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Athens 2807 1590 

Meigs 3234 2164 

Monroe 1274 3289 

Morgan 2429 1945 

Washington 4029 3829 

13773 12817 

Vote in 1868 12*16 10752 

SIXTEENTH DLSTRICT. 

Belmont 3701 4061 

Guernsey 2681 2126 

Harrison 2201 1753 

Noble 2174 1795 

Tuscarawas 3000 3606 

13757 13341 

Vote in 1866 13369 11947 

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Carroll 1712 1333 

Columbiana 4621 2981 

Jefferson 3293 2211 

Stark 5372 5077 

14998 11602 

Vote in 1866 13917 9275 

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Cuvahoga 11241 8550 

Lake 2800 924 

Summit 4318 2506 

1S359 11980 

Vote in 1866 14479 7974 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 

Ashtabula 5758 1510 

Geauga 2783 683 

Mahoning 3191 27*5 

Portage 3461 2402 

Trumbull 4994 2379 

20187 9759 

Vote in 1866 18362 7376 

Pennsylvania. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Phila., 2d ward... 2547 3524 

3d " ... 1357 2153 



Phila., 4th ward,., 

5th ll ... 

6th " ... 

11th ,k ... 



Vote in 1866. 



R. 

1153 
1159 
1102 

1090 

8408 
7728 



SECOND DISTRICT. 



Phila.. 1st ward. 

7th " . 

8th " . 

9th " . 
10th " . 
26th " . 



2360 
2566 

1678 
1961 

27*2 
3186 



14533 
Vote in 1866 12612 

THI3D DISTRICT. 

Phila., 12th ward.. 1462 

13th " .. 2310 

16th " .. 1874 

17th " .. 1497 

18th " .. 3147 

19th " .. 3439 

13729 
Vote in 1866 12520 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Phila., 14th ward.. 2570 

15th " .. 4209 

20th " .. 4709 

21st " .. 1501 

24th " .. 2056 

27th !' .. 1170 

28th l ' .. S92 

17107 
Vote in 1866 14551 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Bucks-. 7033 

Phila., 22d ward.. 2563 

23d " .. 2291 

25th '•' .. 1271 



D 

2819 
2195 
1696 
2059 

14745 
12192 



2152 
21-16 

1639 
1817 
1778 
2381 

11913 
9475 

1727 
1856 
2116 
2781 
2285 
3091 

13856 
11516 

2014 
3521 
4545 
1211 

2042 
1052 
863 

15213 
12126 

7810 
1H77 
1796 
1916 



Vote in 1866. 


13158 
. . . . 12259 


13199 
11800 


SIXTH 


DISTRICT. 




Lehigh 


. . . . 4682 


6312 




7886 


8935 


Vote in 1866, 


125ii8 
.... 11447 


15247 
14009 


SEVENTH 


DISTRICT. 






. . . . 8761 


6716 




.... 4010 


2765 








Vote in 1866. 


12771 
.... 12011 


9431 
8531 


EIGHTH 


DISTRICT. 






. . . . 7472 


13738 


Vote in 1866. 


.... 6999 


13188 


NINTH 


DISTRICT. 




Vote in 1866. 


14993 
.... 14298 


8674 
8675 


TENTH 


DISTRICT. 






.... 4286 


2S03 




.... 8215 


9473 


Vote in 1866. 


12501 
.... 13186 


12276 
12971 


ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 




1868 

Vote in 1866. 


10323 
.... 912L 


17928 
15907 



108 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 

R. I). 

Luzerne 10224 13303 

Susquehanna 4674 3379 

14*98 16687 
Vote in 1366 12078 12623 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Bradford 7480 4019 

Columbia 2070 4066 

Montour 1190 1684 

Sullivan 476 828 

Wyoming 1507 1815 

12723 12412 
Vote in 1866 9653 10940 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Dauphin 6156 

Juniata 1548 

Northumberland.. 3*68 

Snyder 1901 

Union 2125 

15598 
Vote in 1866 14189 

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Cumberland 3785 

Perry 2577 

York 6157 

12519 
Vote in 1866 12489 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Adams 2832 3176 

Bedford 2658 2984 

Franklin 4192 4403 

Fulton 789 1109 

Somerset 3182 1837 

13653 13509 
Vote in 1*66 13589 12964 

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Blair 3851 3174 

Cambria 2917 3012 

Huntingdon 3484 2485 

Mifflin 1843 1835 

12100 11006 
Vote in 1866 11340 10121 

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Centre 3356 3910 

Clinton 1771 2999 

Lycoming 4665 5(BI 

I'otter 1598 811 

Tioga 5370 2083 



TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 

R. P. 

Fayette 9381 4706 

Indiana 4755 2379 

Westmoreland 5192 6722 

13766 13*07 
Vote in 1866 13023 12669 

TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 

Allegheny 15175 10696 

Vote in 1866 12331 9279 

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 

Allegheny 8403 4294 

A rmst rong 3996 3435 

Butler 3696 3317 



4544 16095 11046 

17^9 Vote in 1866 14197 10012 

3980 TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 

if™ Beaver 3530 2689 

__;Greene 1717 3371 

ioqao Lawrence 3669 1728 

126761 Washington 4944 4949 



ltS760 
Vote in 1*66 11734 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 



Cameron.. 
Clearfield 

Elk 

Brie 

Forest ... 
Jefferson.. 
McKean . 
Warren . . 



Vote in 1*66 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 

Clarion 1903 

Crawford 6999 

Mercer 4600 

Venango 4478 

1*079 
Vote in 1SC6 17106 



1 1; 12 
12688 

440 

u«t;i 
4572 

8107 
BSfi 
L934 

1 1355 
13446 

29f.5 

4219 

Bona 

1 ■•.■_•-■.; 



13860 15737 
Vote in 1866 13391 11853 



Rhode Island. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

1868 7995 4085 

1866 No opposit'n. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

1863 4242 2686 

1566 2669 1480 

South Carolina. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Chesterfield 720 960 

Clarendon 1443 769 

Darlington 2273 1492 

Ueorgetown 2671 265 

Horry 396 10*8 

Kershaw 14*1 873 

Lancaster 809 916 

Marion 1745 1805 

Marlboro 1135 1004 

Sumter 3106 1067 

Williamsburg 1683 788 

17467 11018 



SECOND DISTRICT. 

Barnwell 3110 

Beaufort 6018 

Charleston 13195 

Colleton 3522 

25845 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Abbeville '. *30 

Anderson 638 

Lexington 830 

Newbury 931 

Orangeburg 3085 

Rtohland 2452 

8766 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Chester 1662 

Fairfield 1994 

Greenville 1531 

I. aniens 1181 

Ooonee. 291 

Pickens 369 



2052 
671 
4503 
1070 

8296 



2753 
2107 

1568 
1986 
1976 
1384 

11774 



1405 
11*2 
157* 
1*95 
1064 
1105 



R. D. 

Spartanburg 376 2074 

Union 866 1756 

York 1537 2039 

9807 14098 

Tennessee. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

Carter 696 

Cocke 

Grainger 909 

Greene 1600 

Hancock 476 

Hawkins 947 

Jefferson 19*3 

Johnson 492 

Lewis 1213 

Sullivan 578 

Washington 1213 

10107 
Robert R. Butler chosen with- 
out opposition. There were 78 
votes for Powell (Ind.), and 75 
for Kyle (Dem.) 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Anderson „•. 348 345 

I'.lount 1180 152 

Bradley 1077 126 

Campbell 280 309 

Claiborne 552 68 

Knox 2943 612 

McMinn 1256 74 

Monroe 677 113 

Morgan 41 182 

Polk 295 15 

Roane 1281 285 

Scott 49 170 

Union 424 230 

10403 2681 
THIRD DISTRICT. 

Bledsoe 365 79 

Cumberland £37 5 

De Kalb 608 247 

Fentress 196 111 

Grundy 38 9 

Hamilton 1263 393 

Jackson 389 519 

Macon 450 59 

Marion 433 14 

Meiss 323 65 

Overton 282 31 

Rhea 185 38 

Sequatchie 39 11 

Smith 506 269 

Van Buren 15 .... 

Warren 333 146 

White , 153 40 

6414 2035 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Bedford 1448 1046 

Cannon 313 171 

Coffee Ill 291 

Franklin 248 110 

Giles 561 609 

Lincoln 5 554 

Marshall 167 856 

Rutherford 957 839 

3810 4476 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

R. D. Ind. 

Cheatham.... 52 13 75 

Davidson 4239 791 763 

Robertson ... 278 158 124 

Sumner 461 197 172 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



109 



R. 

Williamson... 413 
Wilson 361 



D. 

182 
476 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 



Decatur 

Dickson 

Hardin 

Hickman.... 
Humphreys . 
Lawrence . .. 

Lewis 

Maury 

Montgomery , 

Perry 

Wayne 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Benton 188 

Carroll 1002 



Dyer 
Henderson. 

Henry 

Lauderdale 

Obion 

Weakley... 



EIGHTH DISTRICT. 



Fayette 24 

Hardeman 

Haywood . 

McNairy 

Madison 

Shelby ., 

Tipton 113 



Ind. 

759 
762 



5S04 1817 2655 



R. 


D. 


121 


18 


194 


210 


687 


207 


93 


101 


91 


75 


196 


123 


31 


1 


2302 


455 


854 


801 


142 


46 


432 


104 



5143 2141 



West Virginia. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 




2825 1136 




R. 

491 

126 

584 

191 

476 

. . 1331 

583 

.. 1502 

.. 2193 

273 

706 

749 

407 

394 

1553 

11569 
Vote in 1866 10U01 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Barbour 649 

Barkeley 926 

Grant 339 

Hampshire 106 

Hardy 60 

Jefferson 153 

Marion 1154 

Mineral 352 

Monongalia 1435 



Rrooke ... 

Calhoun... 

Doddridge 

Gilmer 

Hancock.. 

Harrison.. 

Lewis 

Marshall.. 

Ohio 

Pleasants . 
Ritchie ... 

Tyler 

Wetzel .... 

Wirt 

Wool 



Morgan 
Pendleton.. 
Pocahontas 
Preston.. . . 
Randolph .. 

Taylor 

Tucker 

Upshur , 

Webster.... 



334 

243 

126 

1524 

205 

718 

56 

732 

26 



9117 
Vote in 1866 8296 



5623 4024 6533 



Vermont. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 

R. D. 

Addison 34s3 479 

Bennington 2388 1061 

But land 4646 1257 

Washington 3482 1599 

13999 4396 

VoteinlS66 10568 3036 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Caledonia 2919 1414 

Orange 3164 1694 

Windham 4047 932 

Windsor 5277 1212 

15407 5152 

Vote in 1866 10844 3934 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Chittenden 2968 1446 

Essex 725 339 

Franklin 2714 874 

Grand Isle 335 207 

Lamoille 1725 532 

Orleans 2638 839 



THIRD DISTRICT. 



Boone 

Braxton..., 

Cabell 

Clay 

Fayette 

Greenbrier. 
Jackson. ... 
Kanawha ., 
Lincoln .... 

Logan 

Mason 

Mercer 

Monroe 

McDowell.. 
Nicholas .. 
Putnam ... 
Raleigh ... 

Roane 

Wayne 

Wyoming . 



11105 
Vote in 1886 8524 



433' 

2680 



168 

2°9 

240 

92 

286 

143 

699 

1127 

78 

60 

1234 

121 

199 

81 

39 

411 

190 

374 

281 

174 



D. 

489 
140 
473 
236 
375 

1216 
726 
973 

2292 
329 
413 
536 
801 
341 

1389 

10729 
8239 



316 
500 

36 
463 
250 
139 
893 
324 
986 

95 
138 

45 
773 
239 
760 
142 
314 
104 

0417 
5190 



122 
128 

173 

80 

278 

2H8 

407 

954 

79 

106 

1122 

138 

94 

37 

16 

292 

109 

221 

190 



SECOND DISTRICT. 

R. 

Columbia 3852 

Dane 5736 

Jefferson 3189 

Rock 5556 

18333 
Vote in 1866 14129 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Crawford 1099 

Grant 4630 

2777 
2328 
2198 
1618 



Green , 

Iowa , 

La Fayette 
Richland 



Sauk 3253 

17903 
Vote in 1866 13006 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Dodge 3644 

Fond du Lac 4712 

Ozaukee 575 

Sheboygan 3038 

Washington 1236 

13205 
Vote in 1866 12636 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Brown 1*3G 

Calumet 978 

Door 645 

Green Lake 1823 

Kewaunee 623 

Manitowoc 2043 

Marquette 635 

Oconto 766 

Outagamie 1490 

Shawano 327 

Waupaca 1980 

Waushara 1780 

Winnebago 4693 

19622 

Vote in 1866 14341 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 



6236 4837 
Vote in 1866 5211 3639 



Wisconsin. 

' FIRST DISTRICT. 

R. D. 

Kenosha 1528 1195 

Milwaukee 5785 9385 

Racine 3124 1931 

Walworth 4192 1569 

Waukesha 2884 3004 



Adams .... 
Ashland... 
Huffalo ... 
Burnett ... 
Bayfield... 
Chippewa 

Clark 

Douglas ... 

Dunn 

Dallas 

Eau Claire 
Jackson .. 
Juneau.... 



17513 17084 
Vote in 1866 14678 10298 



Marathon 
Monroe . 
Pepin ... 
Pierce... 

Polk 

Portage . 
St. Croix 

Trempealeau 1193 

Vernon 2240 

Wood 400 



D. 

1898 
4856 
3756 
2149 

12659 
8833 



1187 
2069 
1302 
1975 
2157 
1103 
1369 

11162 
7655 



5696 
4486 
1991 
2478 
3037 

17688 
10008 



952 

8 

. . 1092 

74 

20 

674 

410 

72 

.".' 1131 

.*.' 1280 
.. 10(52 

. . 1439 
La Crosse 23t>7 

208 
. . 1947 

535 
. . 1352 

323 
.. 1229 
. . 1230 



327 
31 

454 

4 

24 

644 

140 
74 

349 

"714 

369 

1123 

1389 

788 

1255 

220 

530 

141 

743 

820 

267 

620 

450 



Vote in 1866. 



21238 
13161 



11481 
6647 



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POLITICAL RECORD, 1868. 



The Year 1868 was full of stirring events, both in this and other countries. Here, the 
events centering in Impeachment, Reconstruction, and the Political Campaign — abroad, 
the overthrow of the British Ministry, the Spanish Revolution, French oppressions, 
Civil War in Japan, and the Paraguayan Struggle, with internecine struggles in many 
countries — these have been the prominent occurrences. 

Impeachment. 

On the 13th of January, the Senate of the United States passed a resolution declaring 
that it did not concur in the suspension, as set forth in the message of the President 
December 12, 1867. Gen. Grant was officially notified by the Senate, and on the 14th he 
notifltd the President that therewith his functions as Secretary of War ad interim ceased. 
The same day he turned the office over to Secretary Stanton. Following this came a 
lengthy correspondence between President Johnson and General Grant, called out by 
instructions of the President to the General, to disregard the orders of Secretary Stanton. 

On the 21st of February the President removed Secretary Stanton, and designated the 
Adjutant-General of the Army, Lorenzo Thomas, Secretary of War ad interim. The 
same day the Senate adopted a resolution disapproving the same, and denying the right 
of the President to make such removal. In the House, the question was referred to the 
Committee on Reconstruction, who reported, on the 22d, a resolution impeachingthe Presi- 
dent therefor. This resolution was adopted on the 24th by a vote of 126 to 47, and on the 
2oth Messrs. Stevens and Bingham impeached the President at the bar of the Senate, 
which body referrei the matter to a committee of seven. Articles of impeachment were 
adopted in the House on the 2d of March — 12-5 to 40 — and Messrs. Stevens, Butler, Bing- 
ham, Boutwell, Wilson, Williams and Logan were elected Managers. The proceedings 
which were had were as follows : 

March 5, the Senate organized as a Court of Impeachment, Chief Justice Chase, pre- 
siding. 

.March 7, the summons requiring the President to appear and answer the articles of 
Impeachment was served on him, with a copy of the articles. 

March 13, the President appeared by his counsel before the Senate, and requested forty 
days' time in which to prepare and serve his answers to the articles. His counsel, as first 
named, consisted of Messrs. Evarts, Stan berry, Curtis, Nelson and Black. Subsequently, 
Mr. Black withdrew, and Mr. I Iroesbeck was added to the number. The Senate did not 
comply with the President's request. 

March 23, the answers to the charges read before the Senate. 

March 24, the Managers of the Boose presented their replication to the President's 
answers, and it was read before the senate. 

March 30, the great trial began. Mr. Butler making the opening speech on behalf of the 
Managers. The tatter at once introduced their testimony, which consumed six days, 
until Saturday. April 111). 

April :i. t;i" President's counsel began his defense, Mr. Curtis delivering the opening 
speech. Nine days were consumed by them in presenting their testimony, until Satur- 
day, April Is. 

April 20, additional testimony was offered by both sides. 

April 22. Mr. poutwejl, ol the Managers, -began to sum up the case in a protracted 
speech. Messrs. Stevens and Bingbam likewise spoke for the prosecution, and Messrs. 
Nelson, Qroesbeck, E vart«, and stanberry for the President. Mr. Bingham's speech, the 
closing speech of the trial, was concluded on Wednesday, May 6. 

May 7, the senate, as the Court oi' Impeachment, sat in secret session six hours, during 
which it was decided to take the linal vote on Tuesday. May 12. 

May n, the Court deliberated on Impeachment in secret session, and on the 12th of 
May. Senator Howard being unable to take his seat, the final vote was postponed until 
Saturday, May hi. 

May 16, the vote was taken on the nth article ofimpeachment, and resulted as follows : 
for conviction, 35; for acquittal, li). So the President was declared not guilty upon that 
charge, and the Senate, sitting as a High Court of Impeachment, adjourned till May 26, 
when the second article was lost by the same vote. The High Court thereupon adjourned 
sine die. 

Secretary Stanton, the same day, relinquished the War Department, and on the 29th, 
Brevet Major-Gen. John M. Schotield was confirmed his successor. He assumed the 
oilice on the 1st of June. 



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CONGBESSIONAL LEGISLATION — TITLES AND SYNOPSES OF ACTS. 

The following are the numbers and titles of the Public Acts of Congress, with synopses 
of their contents: 

1. An act granting a certain right of way to the Hudson River "West Shore Railroad 
Company. Give3 right of way to said Company over the Government property at West 
Point. Approved Dec. 14, 1867. 

2. An act to provide for changing of names of persons in the District of Columbia. 
Approved Dec. 20, 1867. 

3. An act to prevent frauds In the collection of the tax on distilled spirits. Enacts that 
no distilled spirits shall be removed from any warehouse, for any purpose whatsoever, 
until the tax be paid. Approved Jan. 11, 1868. 

4. An act to provide for the exemption of cotton from internal tax. Exempts all cotton 
grown in United States after 18G7, and takes duty off of all cotton imported after Nov. 1, 
1868. Approved Feb. 3, 1868. 

5. An act to suspend further reduction of the currency. Forbids the Secretary of the 
• Treasury to make any further reduction of the currency by retiring or canceling United 

States notes. Became a law Feb. 4, 1868, without approval of the President. 

6. An act in relation to taxing shares in National Banks. Construes the words in Bank- 
ing law of 1864, " place where the bank is located, and not elsewhere," to mean the State 
where it is located, and authorizes the Legislature of each State to determine how bank 
stock shall be taxed. Stock owned by non-residents shall be taxed in city or town where 
bank is located. Approved Feb. 10, 186S. 

7. An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the 
execution of the reconstruction laws, and for the service of the Quartermaster's Depart- 
ment of the Government, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868, and for other purposes. 
Appropriates for reconstruction §657,000, and for other purposes $12,182,192.21. Total 
§12,639,192.21. Limits stationery and newspapers to be allowed members and Senators to 
$125 a year. Forbids the transferring of appropriations from one branch of any 
department to another. Became a law, without approval, Feb. 12, 1868. 

8. An act to facilitate the collection or the direct tax in the State of Delaware. Declares 
the valuation in assessment list of 1867 shall be held lawful valuation for the assessment 
of the $74,683.31>i apportioned to Delaware by act of 1861 ; that ail proceedings on this 
assessment shall be lawful, as if the assessment had been valid from its commencement, 
and all existing provisions of law for the collection of said direct tax shall be applicable ; 
that the Assessor shall deliver assessment to Collector within twenty days, and that the 
lien on property provided for by said act shall remain in force for two years. Approved 
Feb. 21, 1868. 

9. An act to authorize the Southern Minnesota Railroad Company to construct and 
maintain a bridge across the Mississippi River, and establish a post route. Authorizes 
said Company to build a bridge over the Mississippi River between La Crosse, Wis., and 
a point opposite in Minnesota, which shall be a post route and constructed under provis- 
ions of act of May 25, 1866. Approved Feb. 21, 1868. 

10. An act in relation to additional bounty. That if any party entitled to additional 
bounty under act of July 28, 1866, shall have died or shall die before receipt thereof, his 
heirs shall receive it. Approved Feb. 21, 1S68. 

11. An act for the protection in certain cases of persons making disclosures as parties 
or testifying as witnesses. Enacts that no disclosure of any party or witness, made in 
the course of a judicial proceeding, and obtained by means thereof, shall be used against 
him, his property or estate in any criminal proceeding in the United States Courts. 
Approved Feb. 26, 1868. 

12. An act to establish and declare the railroad and bridges of the New Orleans, Mobile 
and Chattanooga Railroad Company, as hereafter constructed, a post road, and for other 
purposes. Approved March 2, 1868. 

13. An act extending the time for the completion of the Dubuque and Sioux City Rail- 
road. Extends the time for the completion of said road to the 1st of January, 1872, 
provided it be finished to Fort Dodge by July 1, 1869, and at the rate of forty miles per 
year thereafter. Approved March 2, 1868. 

14. An act'in relation to islands in the Great Miami River. Grants such lands as are 
adjacent to any islands in said river, or such islands themselves as are not disposed of, to 
occupants, at the rate of $2.50 per acre. Approved March 2, 1868. 

15. An act authorizing the sale of an unoccupied military site at Waterford, Pennsyl- 
vania. Approved March 4, 1868. 

16. An act restoring lands to market along the line of the Pacific Railroads and 
branches. That nothing in the acts to aid in the construction of the Pacific Railroads 
shall be held to withdraw 7 from operation of Pre-emption and Homestead laws the even 
numbered sections along these roads. Approved March 6, 1868. 

17. An act for the relief of settlers on the late Sioux Indian reservation in the State of 
Minnesota. Allows to actual settlers two years in which to establish their claims to these 
lands and to make payment therefor. Approved March 6, 1868. 

18. An act in relation to the promulgation of the laws of the United States. Prescribes 
the manner of publishing and promulgating the laws of the United States. Approvod 
March 9, 1868. 

19. An act for the temporary relief of destitute people of the District of Columbia. 
Approved March 10, 1868. 

20. An act providing for holding a Circuit Court at the city of Erie, Penn. Approved 
March 12, 1868. 

21. An act to revive an act to constitute Hannibal, Mo., and Peoria, 111., porta of 
delivery. Approved March 12, 1868. 

22. An act to amend the act passed March 23, 1867, entitled "An act supplementary to 
an act to provide for the more efficient government of the rebel States, passed March 2, 



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1867, and to facilitate their restoration." Enacts that a majority of the votes cast shall 
decide any election authorized by said act, and that any person registered may vote in 
any part of the State in which he has been registered on presentation of his certificate of 
registry, subject to regulations of Commander. Became a law without approval, March 
12. 1868. 

23. An act to facilitate the settlement of Paymaster's accounts. Authorizes the allow- 
ance of such amounts as were overpaid on public account, in good faith, during the War, 
bv Pavmasters, and which, seeming just, are properly vouched for. Approved March 
16. 1868. 

24. An act making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1869. Appropriates §276.512, and provides that none of it shall 
be paid for expenses incurred by appointment of cadets from Southern States till they 
are returned to their proper relations to the Government. Became a law without 
approval March 17. 1868. 

25. An act to facilitate the payment of soldiers bounties under the act of 1S66. Author- 
izes the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint fifty additional clerks to expedite the 
payment of these bounties; authorizes Assistant Treasurers at New York and San 
Francisco to pay duplicate checks for these bounties on proof of loss of originals, and 
makes valid certificates signed by persons appointed by Second Auditor and Comptroller, 
as if they had signed them themselves. Approved March 19, 1868. 

2f>. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to amend the Judiciary act, passed the 
24th of September, 1789." Enacts that final judgments in Circuit Courts against revenue 
officers for any act done by them officially may be re-examined in Supreme Court by- 
writ ;of error without regard to value in controversy ; repeals that part of the act of 
Feb. 5, 1867, in regard to appeals to Supreme Court, and jurisdiction on such appeals 
which have been or may be taken. Vetoed, and passed over veto in Senate March 26. 

27. An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the prompt settlement of 

Eublic accounts," approved March 3. 1817. Declares that no head of a department shall 
ave power to change or modify balances certified to them by Commissioner of Customs 
or Comptroller of Treasury, such statements to be final, and subject only to revision by 
Congress or courts. Facts respecting correctness of balance may be submitted to Comp- 
troller, but his decision shall be final. Approved March 30, 1868. 

28. An act making appropriations for the service of the Post-Office Department during 
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869. Appropriates $20,269,000, of which ?800,000 is to be paid 
from the general fund should there be auy deficiency in revenue of the Department. 
Approved March 30. 1S68. 

29. An act to establish certain post roads. Approved March 30. 1868. 

30. An act making appropriations for the consular and diplomatic expenses of the 
Government for the year ending 30th June, 1S69, and for other purposes. Appropriates 
$1,210,634. Any army or navy officer accepting appointment to diplomatic service shall 
be held to have resigned his rank in army or navy. No diplomatic officer shall receive 
salary for the time he is absent from his post, if it exceed sixty days. Bepeals " An act 
to encourage immigration," approved July 4, 1864. Approved March 30, 1868. 

31. An act to exempt certain manufacturers from internal tax and for other purposes. 
Bepeals sections 94 and 95 of Internal Bevenue act, except such parts as impose tax on 
gas or oil made of coal or any other illuminating substance and on tobacco— the products 
of coal to be taxed at one-half the rates fixed bysaid sections. After 1st of June, no draw- 
back on manufacture taxes shall be allowed, unless there was a tax on the article at the 



Every Illicit distiller shall forfeit all his apparatus, distilled spirits and raw materials 
found on the premises, and shall be fined and imprisoned, on conviction. And every 
revenue agent conspiring to defraud the Government shall be punished by fine and 
imprisonment, on conviction. No compromise, discontinuance or nol. pros, shall be 
allowed without written permission of the Secretary of the Treasury and Attorney- 
General. Approved March 31, 1868. 

32. An act making appropriations for the expense of the trial of Andrew Johnson and 
other contingent expenses of the year ending June 30, 186S, and for other purposes. 
Appropriates $82,000. Approved May 19, 1868. 

33. A n act to grant the right of way to the Whitehall and Plattsburg Bailroad Company. 
Grant* t lie right of a way not over four rods in width to the above-named company over 
the < lovernment property at Plattsburg, N. Y. Approved May 20, 1868. 

34. An act to extend the charter of Washington cit3% also to regulate the selection of 
officers, and for other purposes. Became a law without approval May 29. 1868. 

3'>. An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the 
execution of the Beconstruction laws in the Third Military District for the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1868. Appropriates $87,701.55. Became a law without approval May 30, 1868. 

36. An act declaring Saint George, Boothbay. Bucksport, Vmalhaven and North Haven 
in the Stat<- of Maine, aud San Antoulo, in the State of Texas, ports of delivery, 
Approved June 5, 1868. 

37. An act to partial 1 v supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the service for the fiscal 
year ending on the 30th of June, 1868. Appropriates $1,955,960. Approved June 8, 1868. 

38. An act making appropriations for the support of the army for the year ending June 
30, 1869, and for other purposes. Appropriates $33,892,093. Forbids purchase of arms 
Approved June 8, 1868. 

39. An act to amend an act entitled " An act for the relief of the Inhabitants of cities 
and towns upon the public lands." Approved March 2,1867. Said act shall not apply 
to persons claiming under any former laws, or to any mining claim. Before any patent 
shall issue in accordance with said act. the party must pay all the cost of surveying, <fcc, 
in addition to the minimum price of the land. Approved June 8, 1868. 



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40. An act to extend the time for completing the military road authorized by an act 
entitled" An act granting lands to the States of Michigan and Wisconsin to aid In the 
construction of a military road from Fort Wilkins, Copper Harbor, Kewenaw county, 
in the State of Michigan, to Fort Howard, Green Bay, in the State of Wisconsin. Extends 
the time to March 1, 1870. Approved June 8, 1S68. 

41. An act to further provide for giving effect to the various grants of public lands to 
the State of Nevada. Authorizes the State of Nevada to select the lands granted to it 
by former acts, along the line of any railroad, the even sections not pre-empted, within 
four years. The Agricultural College lands may be selected in the same way. No mine- 
ral lands shall be taken. The same right is given to California, in regard to Agricultural 
College lands, in its own borders. Esmeralda county, Nevada, and Moro and Noys 
counties, California, are made a Land District. Approved June 8, 1868. 

42. An act making appropriations for the naval service for the year ending June 30, 
18SJ9. Appropriates $17,369,350. Limits the number of persons to be enlisted in the navy 
to 8,50J. Orders all balances unexpended on July I, to be carried to the surplus fund. 
Approved June 17, 18(58. 

43. An act to admit the State of Arkansas to representation In Congress. Declares 
Arkansas admitted to representation on the fundamental condition that its Constitution 
shall never be amended so as to deprive any citizen or class of citizens of the right to 
vote, who are now entitled to vote by that instrument. Vetoed June '20, 1868. Passed 
over veto in the House. June 20— yeas m, nays 31. 

44. An act to admit the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana. Georgia, 
Alabama and Florida to representation in Congress. Provides that the above named 
States shall be admitted to representation after the ratification ot the Fourteenth 
Constitutional Amendment, on the same fundamental condition as was made in the case 
of Arkansas, and that in addition, the first and third subdivisions of section 17 of article 
5 of Constitution of Georgia shall bo mil! and void. That the Legislatures of these vari- 
ous States shall be convened within twenty days. No person rendered ineligible by s;iid 
Fourteenth Amendment shall be eligible to office in any of these States. The President 
is required to proclaim, Within ten days after action, the adoption of the Fourteenth 
Amendment by any of said Slates. Vetoed. Passed over the veto in the House, June 
23, veas 10S, nays 31. 

45. An act to provide for appeals from the Court of Claims and for other purposes. 
The United States shall have an appeal from Court of Claims to Supreme Court in all 
cases of adverse judgment. Court of Claims may within two years, on motion of United 
States, grant new trial where there is eviue;< e Of fraud or injustice to United States. 
Where loyalty during the rebellion is material, burden of proof lies on him who asserts 
loyalty, and residence in rebel territory will be prima facie evidence of disloyalty. No 
interested person or person from whom interest has been derived shall be competent as 
a witness, provided the United States shall have power to examine him according to act 
of March 3, 1863. The Attorney-General after July 1. 186S. shall conduct all suits on part 
of United States, and two Assistant Attorney-Generals shall be appointed for four years, 
at §1,030 each per year, in lieu of existing officers of Court of Claims. Authorizes the 
Attorney-General to obtain information on all qnestious previously decided by any 
department from that department. Authorizes the removal of any case involving over 
§3,0J0, or where decision will furnish a precedent to the Court ot Claims at discretion of 
head of any executive department, provided such case falls within the jurisdiction of said 
Court. No person shall prosecute any claim in this Court, having at the same time 
another suit in another Court, unless the latter be dismissed within thirty days hereafter. 
Approved June 25, 1868. 

4t>. An act constituting eight hours a day's work for all laborers, workmen and 
mechanics employed by or on behalf of the Government of the United States. Approved 
June 2-5, 1868. 

47. An act for the relief of certain exporters of rum. All persons having rum ready to 
be exported and contracted to be delivered at the passage of act of January n, 1S68, and so 
sworn to by them, shall be permitted within sixty days to remove such rum on the same 
conditions as before the act, and on failure thereof the bonds shall be forfeited. Approved 
June 2-5, 1868. 

4s. An act to re-establish the boundaries of the Collection Districts of Michigan and 
Micliilimackinac, and to change the name of the Collection Districts of Michilimackinac 
and Port Huron. Changes the names of the last mentioned districts to Superior and 
Huron, respectively. Approved June 25, 1S6S. 

49. An act to extend the boundaries of the Collection District of Philadelphia, so as 
to include the whole consolidated City of Philadelphia. Approved June 25, 18u8. 

50. An act to amend an act entitled " An act to provide for carrying the mails of the 
United States to foreign ports, and for other purposes." approved March 2-5, 1S64. The 
nn->ration of the fourth section of that act shall cease Sept. 30, 1S63. Approved June 25, 
1868. 

51. An act relative to reports of railroad companies. The reports of the Union Pacific 
Railroad, required to be made to the Secretary of the Treasury before the 1st of July, 
each year, shall be made to the Secretary of the Interior before Oct. 1, each year; also 
the reports of the Northern and Southern Pacific Railroad Company, and of the Atlantic 
and Pacific Railroad Company. These reports shall be the same as now required, with 
the addition of all reports of officers making reports to said companies. Approved 
June 2-5, 1868. 

52. An act appropriating money to sustain the Indian Commission and carry out 
treaties made thereby. Appropriates $150,000. Approved June 2-5. 1868. 

53. An act to change the times of holding the District and Circuit Courts of the United 
States in the several districts in the State of Tennessee. In the District of East Tennes- 
see, courts will be held at Knoxville, in Middle Tennessee at Nashville, and at West Ten- 
nessee at Memphis. Approved June 25, 186S. 

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54. An act to amend an act entitled "An act granting lands to aid in the construction 
of a railroad and telegraph line from the Central Pacific Railroad, in California, to Port- 
land, in Oregon." Changes the time fixed for the completion of sections. Approved 
June 25, 1S68. 

55. An act relating to the Supreme Court of the United States. In case of a vacancy in 
office of Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Justice shall preside. Approved June 25, 1868. 

56. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to change *.he names of certain 
vessels. The vessels are pleasure yachts only. Approved June 25, 1S08. 

57. An act relating to contested elections in the City of Washington, District of Colum- 
bia. The certificate of the Register gives prima facie right to an otlice, and any person 
hindering such officer from performance shall be guilty oi a misdemeanor. The supreme 
Court of the District shall decide contested elections. Became a law without approval, 
July 27, 1S68. 

58. An act for holding terms of the District Court of the United States for the Southern 
District of Illinois at the City of Cairo, in said State. Approved July 3, 1868. 

59. An act confirming the title to a tract of land in Burhngton, Iowa. Approved July 
4, 1868. 

60. An act to authorize the construction of a bridge over the Black River, in Lorain 
county, Ohio. Approved July 6, 1863 

61. An act to incorporate the congregation of the First Presbyterian Church of Wash- 
ington. Approved July 7, 1S68. 

62. An act to amend section 5 of an act entitled " An act concerning the registering and 
recording of ships or vessels," approved Dec. 31, 1792. Repeals the said section. Approved 
July 7. 1868. 

63. An act to continue the Bureau for the Relief ofFreedmen and Refugees, and for other 
purposes. Continues the Bureau till July 16, 1869. It shall, however, be the duty of the 
Secretary of War to discontinue it whenever any State shall be restored, in such State, 
unless he is of opinion that its continuance shall be necessary. Money in the hands of 
the Commissioner not required for tlie Bureau may be used lor education of freedmen. 
Officers of Veteran Reserve Corps, having been mustered out, may be retained as officers 
of the Bureau. Commissioners may sell for cash, school property to associations, etc., 
now using it, on the guarantee that the} - shall be used lor school purposes. Became a 
law without approval, July 6. 1S68. 

64. An act prescribing ah oath of office to be taken by persons from whom legal dis- 
abilities shall have been removed. The following is the oath prescribed : 

"I, A. B., do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution 
of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic: that I will bear true faith 
and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without an}' mental reser- 
vation or purpose of evasion: and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of 
the office in which T am about to enter. So help me God." Approved July 11, 1S6S. 

65. An act to incorporate the Connecticut avenue and Park Railway Company, in the 
District of Columbia. Approved July 13, 1S6S. 

66. An act to incorporate the National Hotel Company of Washington city. Approved 
July 13, 1868. 

67. An act to amend the act of 3d March, 1S65. providing for the construction of certain 
wagon roads in Dacotah Territory: authorizes $6,500 of the sum appropriated for the 
above-named purpose to be applied to completion of bridge over Dacotah river on 
Government road leading from Sioux city to mouth of the Chyennc river. Approved 
July 13, 1868. 

6S. An act to create the office of Surveyor-General in the Territory of Utah, and 
establish a land office In said Territory, and extend the Homestead and Pre-emption 
laws over the same. Approved .Inly 16, 1868. 

69. An act making appropriations for the legislative, executive and Judicial expenses 
of the Government I'm the year ending the 30th of June, 1869. Appropriates $17,46-5,6-19.69. 
Change-* the Department of Education into a Bureau under the Interior Department 
after July 1, 1869; proce •dings of Congress shall not be officially published in Globe after 
same date. Approved .July 20, 1868. 

70. An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the 
year ending June 30, 1869, and Cor other purposes. Appropriates $8, 111,574.26. Repeals all 
laws regulating the price of labor at Government Printing Office. Orders Patent Office 
fund to be covered into the Treasury. Approved July 20. 1868. 

71. An act to authorize the sale of twenty acres of land in the military reservation at 
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Authorizes the Leavenworth Coal Company to purchase 
land from the United states described therein, to pay a price that maybe fixed by a com- 
mission appointed to determine thereon. Approved July 20. 186S. 

72. An act providing for the sale of a portion of the Fort Gratiot Military reservation 
in St. Clair county, in the stateof Michigan. Authorizes the Secretary of War to sell all 
that part of said reservation south of a line from Grand Trunk Railroad Wharf west to 
Lexington Road, and all that part west of said road. To be sold at auction at Port 
Huron, and proceeds paid into the treasury. Approved Jul}' 20, 1S6S. 

73. An act declaratory of the law in regard to officers cashiered or dismissed from the 
army by a sentence of general court-martial. No such officer shall be restored or 
re-appointed, unless by nomination to and confirmation by the Senate. Approved July 
20,. 1868. 

74. An act to aid the Improvement of the Des Moines and Rock Island Rapids, in the 
Mississippi river. Authorises the United states, when it maybe necessary in course of 
such improvements, to take possession of private property, and authorizes $50,000 of the 
amount appropriated to he used to pay for the same. Approved July 20, 1868. 

75 An act amendatory of an act approved July 26, 18'i'i, entitled "An act to authorize 
the construction of certain bridge*, and to establish them as post roads." Authorizes the 
Illinois and St. Louis Bridge Company to exercise franchises granted by that act; pro- 



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vides that there shall be one span of 500 feet : that it shall be a post road : that tolls shall 
be no higher than at present. Approved July 20, 1868. 

70. An act authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri river upon the 
military reservation at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Authorizes the Kansas and Missouri 
Bridge Company to build a railroad, A:e., bridge, as above, to be a post road, to be open 
to all railroad companies at reasonable compensation, sard railroads to have a right of 
way over the re.-ervation not over 300 feet in width ; provides regulations as to the draw. 
Approved July 20, l3i>8. 

77. An act concerning the Tax Commissioners for the State of Arkansas. Approved 
July 20, 1868. 

78. An act to facilitate the settlement of certain prize cases In the southern district of 
Florida. Approved July 20, 18118. 

7i). An act imposing ta.\es on distilled spirits and tobacco, and for other purposes. Ap- 
proved July 20, 1808. 

80. An a-^t to incorporate the " Washington Target Shooting Association in the District 
of Columbia. Approved July 23, 1SGS. 

81. An act to construct a wagon road from West Point to Cornwall Landing, all in the 
county of Orange, state of New York. Approved July 23, 1808. 

82. An act making appropriations for the payment of invalid anrl other pensions of the 
United States for the year ending June 30, 1869. Appropriates §30,350,000. Approved July 
23, 1868. 

83. An act making a grant of land to the State of Minnesota to aid in the improvement 
Of the navigation oi the Mississippi river. Approved July 23, 1808. 

81. An act to incorporate the National Life Insurance Company of the United States 
of America. Approved July 25. 186S. 

83. An act to create an additional land district in the State of Minnesota. Approved 
July 2-5, 18158. 

86. An act to provide for a further issue of temporary loan certificates, for the purpose 
of redeeming and retiring the remainder of the outstanding compound interest notes. 
Approved July 25, 1863. 

87. An act to provide a temporary Government for the Territory of Wyoming. 
Approved July 25, 18GS. 

88. An act to extend the time for the construction of the Southern Pacific Railway in 
the State of California. Approved July 2-5. 1SG8. 

89. An act authorizing the trustees of Union Chapel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
in the City of Washington, to mortgage their property for church purposes. Approved 
July 25. 1883. 

90. An act in addition to an act passed March 26, 1804, entitled " An act in addition to 
an act entitled ' An act for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States.' " 
No person shall be tried or punished for any capital offense mentioned in said law, unless 
he be indicted within rive years after the offense. Approved July 25, 1863. 

91. An act to confirm the title to certain lands in the State of Nebraska. Approved 
July 25, 1863. 

92. An act to establish certain post roads. Approved July 25, 186,8. 

93. An act making appropriations, and to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for 
the service of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1863, and for other pur- 
poses. Appropriates . No contract shall hereafter be made lor any public work 
that shall bind the Government lor a larger amount than is appropriated. Approved 
July 2-5, 1868. 

94. An act providing for the sale of the arsenal grounds at St. Louis and Liberty, Mo., 
and for other purposes. Approved July 25, 1868. 

95. An act for the relief of the loyal Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians. Approved July 
25, 1S68. 

96. An act authorizing the Manufacturers' National Bank of New York to change its 
location. May change to the city of Brooklyn. Approved July 25, 1868. 

97. An act relating to the District Courts of Utah Territory. Approved July 25, 1868. 

93. An act making appropriations for the service of the Columbia Institution for the In- 
struction of the Deaf and Dumb, and establishing additional regulations for the government 
of the institution and for other purposes. Appropriates §231.600. Approved July 25, 1868. 

99. An act concerning the rights of American citizens in foreign States. Asserts right 
of expatriation ; all naturalized citizens while abroad are entitled to full protection of 
this Government ; if any such be arrested, the President shall use all peaceable means to 
have them released. Approved July 25, 186S. 

10.). An act in amendment of an act entitled " An act to establish a uniform system of 
bankruptcy throughout the United States," approved March 2, 1867. The second clause 
of thirty-third section shall not apply to cases prior to Jan. 1. 1869. Register may admin- 
ister oaths in all cases in which Commissioners of United States District Courts can 
administer them. Approved July 25, 1868. 

101. An act to further amend the Postal laws. If name and address are on the outside 
of envelope, to be returned in 30 days. Postmasters receive % of 1 per cent, on amount 
of money orders; oiv loss of money order, duplicate thereof shall be issued by Superin- 
tendent of Money Order Office ; any person forging money order shall be guilty of felony. 
Authorizes the employment on each of the Pacific Mail steamships of a mail agent, at a 
salary of $2,000 per annum. Unlawful to send by mail, circulars of lotteries, etc. A blank 
agency to be established at Washington and ail others abolished. Postmaster-General 
authorized to extend the money-order system to foreign countries. Establishes rules in 
regard to balances due from Postmasters. Approved July 25, 1868. 

102. An act relating to the Alexandria Canal. Approved July 25, 1868. 

103. An act making appropriations of money to carry into effect the treaty with Russia 
of March 30, 1867. Appropriates $7,200,000 in gold. Approved July 25, 1S68. 

104. An act to provide for an American line of mail and emigrant passenger steamships 
between New York and one or more European ports. Approved July 25, 1SG8. 



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10-5 An act regulating judicial proceedings in certain cases, for the protection of officers 
End agents of the Government, and for the better defense of the Treasury against unlaw- 

Pro'vides that any officer sued for acts done officially during the rebellion shall be 
defended bv the United States. No alien shall be allowed to prosecute any such officer 
for acts done nndtj authority of act relating to captured and abandoned property. Ap- 
proved July 25, 1S6S. '•' ' !.'. m. 

106 An act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses ot the 
Indian Denartment, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes lor 
the year ending 30th June, 1869. Appropriates 13,839,163.45. Approved July 25, 1868. 
"l07 An act lo provide for the distribution of the award offered by the President of the 
United States for the capture of Jefferson Davis. Approved July 25, 1868. 

101 An act relating to pensions. Approved July 25, 1868. 

10') An act to disapprove an act of the Legislative Assembly of Washington Territory, 
re-districting the Territory and re-assigning the Judges thereto. Approved July 25. 1868. 

110. An act to provide for cue appointment of recorder of deeds in the District ol Col- 
umbiafand for oiher purposes. Approved July 25, 1S6S. u,.-. j'.'it'^j 

111 \n act amendatorv of an act entitled " An act granting public lands to the State of 
Wisconsin in the construction of railroads in said State." Approved June 3, 1S56. Ap- 
proved July 25, 1S6S. . . 

11' An act granting the right of way to certain railway companies over the military 
reservation at Fort Leavenworth. Grants riglit of way of not over 100 feet to Leaven- 
worth and Des Moines Railway Company. Grants similar right of way to Leavenworth, 
Atchison and Northwestern Railroad, provided they shall construct their roads within 
one year. Approved July 25, 1868. 

113. An act donating a portion of the Fort Leavenworth military reservation for the 
exclusive use of a public road. Approved July 25, 1868. - ■ .. 

114 An act regulating the times and places of holding the District and Circuit Courts 
of the United states lor the Northern District of Florida* Approved July 25, 1808.- 

115 \n act to amend an act entitled " An act proposing to the State of Texas the estab- 
lishment of her northern and western boundaries, the relinquishment by the said State 
of all territory claimed by her, exterior to said boundaries, and of all her claims upon 
the' United States, and to establish a Territorial Government for New Mexico. Approved 

116 *An act to protect the rights of actual settlers upon the public lands of the United 
States* No more than three sections shall be entered in any one town by Agricultural 
College scrip. Approved July 25, 1S68. . . ,■ 

117 An act changing the ports ot entry from Plymouth to Edenton. in North Carolina, 
and Port Roval to Beaufort, in South Carolina. Approved July 25, 1868. 

113 Vn act making appropriations lor certain executive expenses of the Government 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869. Appropriates $44,200. Approved July 25, 1868. 

8.352. An act to authorize the temporary supplying of vacancies in the Executive depart- 
ments. * Approved July 23. h>68. ,, ,, . , 

BJ>67 An act relating to the Freedmen's Bureau, and providing lor its discontinuance. 
The present Commissioner shall continue in office until the 1st of January, when the 
Bureau shali be withdrawn from those States in which it has been in operation, unless 
they shall be still unreconstructi d. The educational branch of the Bureau shall be con- 
tinued till otherwise ordered by Congress. Assistant Commissioners shall be appointed 
by the secretary of War. on nomination of the Commander. Vetoed, and passed over 
veto. In the House- 115 to 23; In Senate, 42 to 5, July 25. ■ 

8.570. An act to establish a new land district in the State of Nebraska. Approved July 
"7 "w> s 

8.540. An act to regulate the sale of hay in the District of Columbia. Approved July 

27 ]m;s 

8,208. An act to incorporate the Evening Star Newspaper Company of Washington. 
Approved July 27, 1868. , , 

An act to authorize the City of Washington to issue bonds for the purpose of pay- 
ing the floating debt of the city. Approved July 27, 1868. 

S ', E An act tu amend section one of an act to prevent and punish frauds upon the 
revenue and for other purposes, approved March 3, 1863. Approved July 27, 1868. 

8 472. An act supplementary to act entitled "An act to allow the United States to 
prosecute appeals and writs 6f error without giving security, and for other purposes." 
Approved Mav 27, 1888, 

» 019. An act to extend the laws of the United States relating to customs, commerce 
and navigation over the Territory called territory ceded to the United States by Russia, 
to establish a collection district therein, and for other purposes. Approved July 27, 1»68. 

1 457 An act i" pay for Indexing the Tax bill. Approved July 27, 1868. 

1,455. An act to cur net an error in the enrollment of the act imposing taxes on distilled 
spirits and tobacco, and for other purposes. Approved July 27, IS"*. 

451. An act providing for the sale of the Arsenal grounds at St. Louis and Liberty, Mo., 
and for other porpoi 

1375. An act to transfer to the Department of the Interior certain powers and duties 
now exercised by the Secretary of the Treasury, in connection with Indian affairs. 
Approved July 27, I- -. 

PUBLIC RESOLUTIONS. 

1 Joint resolution in relation to the printing of the report of the Postmaster-General. 
Approved Dec. 20, 1867. 

t Joint resolution changing the time of holding the annual meeting of the stock- 
holders of the Union Pacific Railroad Company. Changes the time or each meetine 
from first Wednesday In October to first Wednesday after the 4th of March. Approved 
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3. Joint resolution in relation to the erection of a jail in the District of Columbia. 
Approved Jan. 11, ls68. 

4. Joint resolution in relation to the sale of stock in the Dismal Swamp Canal Com- 
pany. Approved Jan. 11, 1868 

5. Joint resolution for the appointment of regents of the Smithsonian Institution. 
Appoints T. D. Woolsey, of Connecticut; Wm. B. Astor, New York; J. Maclean, of New 
Jersey, and Peter Parker, of Washington. Approved Jan. 11, 18(8. 

6. Joint resolution for the relief of destitute persons in the South. Authorizes dessic- 
cated potatoes and other vegetables to be issued to destitutes in the South through the 
Freedmen's Bureau. Approved July 31, 1808. 

7. Joint resolution limiting contracts for stationery and other supplies in the Execu- 
tive Departments to one year. Limits the contracts to one year, and provides that all 
persons bidding shall be notified of the day of opening the bids and allowed to be present. 
Approved Jan. 31, 1868. 

8. Joint Resolution to provide for a commission to examine and report on meters for 
distilled spirits. Authorizes a commission.of five persons to be appointed by Secretary 
of Treasury, to examine the various meters for spirits, who shall report through the Sec- 
retary, to Congress. Meantime no more contracts shall bo made for meters. Appropri- 
ations sufficient to pay expenses of the examination. Approved Feb. 3, 1S6S. 

9. Joint resolution providing for the sale of iron-clads. Authorizes the Secretary 
of the Navy to sell such iron-clads as are not needed, except those of the Dictator 
Kalamazoo, Monadnoc and Passaic classes. To be sold to the highest bidder, and the 
proceeds paid into the treasury. 

10. Joint resolution for reducing the expenses of the War Department, and for other 
purposes. Authorizes the Secretary of War to reduce the expense* of the army at and 
near New York by concentrating all the quartermaster, commissary, etc.. bureaux in 
one building, not to cost annually over $25,000, and the lease of suitable property, including 
warehouse, pier, dock and basin sufficient to receive and store all army stores, nut to 
cost more than $30,000. Does not prevent the use of any buildings not belonging to the 
Government. Approved Feb. 21, 1868. 

11. Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of War to employ counsel in certain 
cases. Authorizes the employment of counsel for the defense of those intrusted with the 
execution of reconstruction laws. Became a law without signing. Feb. 24. LifiS. 

12. Joint resolution directing that the Government of Great Britain be supplied with 
certain volumes of the narrative of the Exploring Expedition. The volumes to be 
supplied are Vols. XIII and XIV of Wilkes' Exploring Expedition. Approved Feb. 
28, 1868. 

13. Joint resolution authorizing the transmission through the mails, free of postage, of 
certain testimonials by the Adjutant-Generals of the severa; States. Allows medals, 
certificates or other testimonials awarded to the soldiers by the various Legislatures to 
be sent through the mails free. Approved March 2, 1863. 

14. Joint resolution authorizing the Comptroller of the Currency to revoke the appoint- 
ment of receiver for the Farmers' and Citizens' National Bank of Williamsburg, N. Y., 
and to restore said bank to its owners under certain conditions. The conditions are that 
the full payment of all creditors and the restoration oi the capital stock shall be secured. 
Approved March 2, 18G3. 

15. Joint resolution authorizing the Light-House Board to place warnings over obstruc- 
tions at the entrance of harbors, or in the fairway of bays and sounds, and for other 
purposes. Directs Secretary of War to appoint three competent engineers to examine 
the wreck of the steamer Soot laud, in New York Harbor, as to the cost of its removal. 
Approved March 2, 186S. 

16. A joint resolution relating to the survey of the Northern and North-western States. 
The reconsideration of the act making appropriations for fortifications, <fcc, approved 
March 2, 1807, shall not apply to Northern and North-western States. Approved March 
2, 1868. 

17. Joint resolution providing for the representation of the United States at the Inter- 
national maritime exhibition, to be held at Havre. Authorizes Secretary of Navy to 
detail one navy officer to superintend interest of Government at said exhibition, but no 
money shall be paid him for such services, and no vessel detailed. Approved March 
12, 1868. 

18. Joint resolution providing for the issuing of clothing to soldiers and others, to replace 
clothing destroyed to prevent contagion. Authorizes Secretary of War to issue clothing 
gratuitously to soldiers having contagious diseases, and to their hospital attendants. 
Approved March 12. 1S0.S. 

19. Joint resolution relative to the Post-Office and Sub-treasury of the city of Boston. 
Appoints a commission to purchase a site for a building for these purposes, not to exceed 
$500,000. Approved March 12, 1868. 

20. A resolution to authorize the erection of a military storehouse, at Fort Monroe, 
Virginia. Approved March 16. 1868. 

21. Joint resolution appointing managers of the National Asylum for disabled soldiers, 
and for other purposes. Appoints various managers to fill vacancies, and authorizes the 
Secretary of War to furnish the various asylums, captured ordnance lor salutes, and 
small arms and equipments necessary for guard duty. Became a law without approval 
March 25. 1868. 

22. Joint resolution requiring certain moneys of the United States to be paid into the 
treasury, and for othpr purposes. Requires all moneys received from sales of captured 
and abandoned property in Southern States to be paid into the treasury within thirty 
days, or be deemed guilty of embezzling the public money, and shall he fined and 
imprisoned. Appropriates $75,000 for incidental expenses in carrying out laws respect- 
ing such property, and in prosecuting or defending suits relating thereto. Approved 
March 30, 1868. 

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powder magazines. Authorizes the Secretary of the Navy to appoint a commission of 
three officers of the navy to select suitable locations for powder magazines at New York, 
Boston and Portsmouth. Approved May 19, 1863. 

24. Joint resolution concerningcertain lauds granted to railroad companies in the States 
of Michigan and Wiscuiisin. Tnat no lailure to grade their roads within the time limited 
shall cause any forfeiture, but a lailure to complete the roads in said States before Dec. 
31, 1872, shall. Directs the Commissioner of Land Office to issue patent to Chicago and 
.North-western Railroad for eighty acres of Fort Howard Military .Reserve, in pursuance 
of resoluriuii of Congress of April 2-5, 1862. Approved May 20, 1;>08. 

2-5. Joint resolution in relation to the breakwater at Portland, Maine. Authorizes 
expenditure of balauce of appropriation for said breakwater, lor the improvement of 
the harbor of that city. Approved June 5. 1S6S. 

2(>. Joint resolution to supply books and public documents to the National Asylum for 
Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Authorizes a copy of all public acts to be sent to "the four 
branches of the above named Asylum. Approved June 8, ls68. 

27. Joint resolution to provide lor the removal of a suit pending in the Circuit Court of 
Jefferson County, West Virginia, to the Circuit Court of the United States. Provides lor 
the removal, as above, of a suit between the United States and tenant in possession of 
property at Harper's Ferry, belonging to the United States. Approved June 10, 18(58. 

28. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to furnish supplies to an exploring 
expedition ; authorizes supplies to be furnished to expedition lor exploration of Colorado 
River, under Prof. Powell. Approved June 11, 1868. 

29. Joint resolution requesting the President to intercede with Her Majesty the Queen 
of Great Britain to secure the speedy release of Rev. John McMahon, convicted on a 
charge of treason-felony, and now confined at Kingston, C. W. Approved June 19, 1868. 

3J. Joint resolution authorizing certain distilled spirits to be turned over to the Sur- 
veyor General for the use of the army hospitals. Approved June 25, 1868. 

3*1. Joint resolution authorizing a change of mail service between Fort Abercrombie 
and Heiena. Approved June 2-5, 1868. 

32. Joint resolution to provide for the sale of the site of Fort Covington, in the State oi 
Maryland. Approved June 2-3. 186S. 

33. Joint resolution directing the Secretary of State to present to George Wright, master 
of the British brig James G. Wright, a gold chronometer, in appreciation of his personal 
services in saving the lives of three American seamen, wrecked at sea on board of the 
American schooner Lizzie F. Choate, of Massachusetts. Approved June 25. 1868. 

34. Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of War to place at the disposal of the 
Lincoln Monument Association damaged and captured ordnance. Approved June 2-5, 1S68. 

35. Joint resolution donating to the Washington city Orphan Asylum the iron railing 
taken from the old hall of the House of Representatives. Approved June 25, 1868. 

36. Joint resolution extending the time for the completion of the Northern Pacific 
Railroad. Extends the time lor the completion of the road till July 4, 1877. Approved 
July 1, 1868. 

37. Joint resolution donating certain captured ordnance for the completion of a monu- 
ment to the memory of the late Major-Gen. John Sedgwick. Gives three bronze cannon 
captured by the Sixth Army Corps. Approved July 3, 1868. 

33. J. lint resolution relative to the pay of the Assistant Librarian of the House. Ap- 
proved July 3, 1863. 

39. Joint resolution to correct an act entitled " An act for the relief of certain exporters 
of rum." so that it shall read, " intended for export or actually contracted for." Approved 
July (i, 1868. 

40. Joint resolution in relation to the erection of a bridge in Boston Harbor. Provides 
for a Commission to examine the Boston Harbor and report as to the damage to the 
United states, of the erection of the Naverick Bridge. Forbids such erection till the 
consent of < Songress ta given thereto. Approved July 7, 1868. 

•11. Joint resolution placing certain troops of Missouri on an equal footing with others 
as (a bounties. Appli g bounty laws to those mentioned in Act Feb. 13, 1862. Approved 
July 1 ;. 1868. 

U. Joint resolution In relation to the Maquohela river, in the State of Iowa. Gives the 
assent of C I i the constraction of bridges across said river, and also dams and 

bridges ab ive Wapello. Approved July is, 1868. 

43 Joint resolution to extend the time for the completion of the West Wisconsin rail- 
road. Extendi the time tbree years. Requires the completion from Tomau to Black 
River Fails within one year, Approved July 13, 1868. 

44. Joint resolution directing the Secretary of War to sell damage*} or unserviceable 
arms, ordnanc • and ordnance stores. The same to be sold at public sale at such times 
and ph; jes i- eem lit to the Secretary of War. Approved July 20, 1868. 

45. Joint resolution exonerating certain vessels oi the United States from the payment 
Of tonnage fees t < ''insular agents in Canada. Fees shall not he exacted from any 
United states vessel touching in Canada on her voyage from one port of the United 
States to another. Approved July 30, 1968. 

46. Joint resolution in relation to the Bock Island Bridge. 'Orders work to commence on 
the bridge. Ownership thereof shall always remain inunlted States, Rock Island and 
Pacific Railroad Company shall have right of way over it on paying half the cost of 
building and repair, and build that part of the bridge on the east side of the island, and 
shall remove its own bridge within six months. Should said railroad company fail 
within sixty days to agree, Secretary of War shall remove their bridge. Should have no 
privileges on that herein authorized to be built. Approved July 20, 1868. 

47. Joint resolution to amend the fourteenth section of the act approved July 28. 1866, 
entitled "An act to protect the revenue, and for other purposes." Approved July 23, 18(i8. 

48. Joint resolution admitting steam plows free of duty lor one year from June 30, 1868, 
Approved July 23. 1888. 

49. Joint resolution to admit free of duty certain stationery. Approved July 23, 1863. 



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50. Joint resolution for the donation of certain columns. Donates columns from the 
old Pennsylvania Bank to National Cemeteries, not over one to be given to any tetate. 
Approved July 25, 1868. 

51. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to furnish cannon to Soldiers' 
Monument Associations of Pequannock and Patterson, N. J., each to have four pieces of 
cannon and twenty balls. Approved July 25, 1868. 

52. Joint resolution appealing to the Turkish Government in behalf of the people of 
Crete. Approved July 25, 1808. 

53. Joint resolution to drop from the rolls of the army certain officers absent without 
authority from their commands. Approved July 25 1868. 

54 Joint resolution giving the assent of the United States to the construction of certain 
wharves in the harbor of Oswego, N. Y. Appoved July 25, 1808. 

55. Joint resolution to carry into effect the resolution approved March 2, 1807, providing 
for the exchange of certain public documents. Approved July 25, 1808. 

50. Joint resolution granting permission to officers and soldiers to wear the hadge of 
the corps in which they served during the rebellion. All officers and privates of the 
regular or volunteer army or militia having served in the war, and bern honorably dis- 
charged, may wear their corps badges on occasions of ceremony. Approved .Tiilv 2o 1868. 

57. Joint resolution in relation to surveys and examinations o"f rivers and harbors. The 
Secretary of the Treasury shall report yearly the value, to general commerce, ol works 
of improvement proposed by coast survey. Approved July 25, 1808. 

58. Joint resolution relative to printing specifications of patents. No bills shall be paid 
for the same above the contract price, other than 70 cents per 1,000 words lor changes 
made by the committee. Approved July 25, lS(i8. 

H. Joint resolution to aid in relieving from peonage women and children of the Navajo 
Indians. Approved July 27, 1808. 

H. Joint resolution relative to the pay of the chief clerk in the office of the Sergeant- 
at-Arms of the House. Approved July 27, 1S08. 

57. Joint resolution relative to lighting the streets of Washington, D. C. Approved 
July 27. 1868. 

154. Joint resolution to admit certain persons to the Naval Academv. Approved July 
27, 1808. 

139. Joint resolution excluding from the Electoral College, votes of States lately in rebel- 
lion which shall not have been re-organized. Vetoed and passed over veto, July 21 — in 
Senate. 45 to S; in House. 134 to 36. 

134. Joint resolution for the restoration of Commander Aaron K. Hughes, U. S. N., to 
the active list from the retired list. Approved July 23, 1868. 

Reconstruction — Suffrage Provisions of the New Constitutions. 

The action of Congress and of the respective States have completed the work of 
Reconstruction in every State, except Virginia, Mississippi and Texas. 

Alabama. 

The Constitution adopted by the Alabama Convention was submitted on the 4th of 
February, received less than one-half the total number of registered votes, although a 
majority of the votes cast. Congress, however, admitted it to representation. The 
Constitution declares the equal, civil and political rights and public privileges of all 
citizens of the United States; freedom of speech, press and person; prohibits slavery, 
secession and the engaging in internal improvements by the State : provides lor a militia, 
free schools and homestead exemptions, and confers the elective franchise on all male 
persons, citizens of the United States, native or naturalized, twenty j _ ears old and 
upward who shall have resided in the State six months and the county three months, 
subject to the following provisions: 

"Section 3. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to provide, from time to time, 
for the registration of all electors; but the following classes of persons shall not be 
permitted to register, vote or hold office: 

"First. Those who. during the late rebellion, inflicted, or caused to be inflicted, any 
cruel or unusual punishment upon any soldier, sailor, marine, employee or citizen cf the 
United States, or who in any other way violated the rules of civilized warfare. 

"Second. Those who may be disqualified from holding office by the proposed amend- 
ment of the Constitution of the United States, known as 'Article XIV,' and those who 
have been disqualified from registering to vote for delegates to the Convention to frame 
a Constitution for the State of Alabama, under the act of Congress "to provide for the 
most efficient government of the rebel States,' passed by Congress March 2. 1S67, and 
the acts supplementary thereto, except such persons as aided in the reconstruction pro- 
posed by Congress, and accept the political equality of all men be.'ore the-iaw: 

"Provided. That the General Assembly shall have power to remove the disabilities 
incurred under this clause. 

'■ Third. Those who shall have been convicted of treason, embezzlement of public funds, 
malfeasance in office, crime punishable by law with imprisonment in the penitentiary, 
or bribery. 

' Fourth. Those who are idiots or insane. 

"Sec. 4. AH persons,- before registered, must take and subscribe the following oath: 

'I, , do solemn 1 j' swear (or affirm) that I will support and maintain the Constitution 

and laws of the United States, and the Constitution and laws of the State of Alabama: 
that I am not excluded from registering by any of the. clauses in section 9, article 7, of 
the Constitution of the State of Alabama; that I will never countenance or aid in the 



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secessionof this State from the United States; that I accept the civil' and political equality 
of all men; and agree not to attempt to depri%"e any person or persons, on account of 
race, color or previous condition, of any political or civil right, privilege; or immunity 
enjoyed by any other class of men: and, furthermore, that I will not in any way injure, 
or countenance in others any attempt to injure, any person or persons, on account of 
past or present support of the Government of the United States, the laws of the United 
States, or the principle of political and civil equality of all men, or for affiliation with 
any political party.' " 

Arkansas. 
The Arkansas Constitution was adopted by Convention February 11, and ratified March 
13 by a majority of the registered voters. It prohibits indentures or apprenticeships 
which carry with them involuntary servitude; provides for a militia and for homestead 
exemption; establishes a broad and liberal educational policy — devoting a portion of the 
State revenues to the support of common schools ; besides a State university, with an 
agricultural department ; makes it obligatory on parents to send each child to school at 
least three years, between the ages of five and eighteen, or to give them instructions at 
home or elsewhere equivalent thereto. It confers the elective franchise on every male 
person, twenty-one years of age, who is a citizen of the United States, or who has declared 
his intention to become a citizen, and has resided six mouths next preceding the election 
in the State, is an actual resident in the county in which he offers to vote, and takes the 
voters' oath. It disfranchises those who. during the rebellion, took the oath of allegiance 
and violated it; those who are disfranchised in the State or States from whence they 
came; those who, during the rebellion, violated the rules of civilized warfare; those dis- 
qualified by the 14th constitutional amendment and the reconstruction act of March 3, 
1867 ; idiots and criminals. It provides that those who openly advocate the reconstruction 
policy and vote for it may be relieved from some of the foregoing disabilities. The fol- 
lowing is the oath required to be taken : 

"Sec. 5. All persons, before registering or voting, must make and subscribe the following 
oath: I , do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and maintain the Con- 
stitution and laws of the United States, and the Constitution and laws of the State of 
Arkansas; that I am not excluded from registering or voting by any of the clauses in 
the 1st, 2d, 3d, or 4th subdivisions of article VIII of the Constitution of the State of 
Arkansas; that I will never countenance or aid in the secession ot this State from the 
United States; that I accept the civil and political equality of all men, and agree not to 
attempt to deprive any person or persons, on account of race, color, or previous condition, 
of any political or civil right, privilege, nr immunity enjoyed by any other class of men ; 
and, furthermore, that I will nut in any way injure, "or countenance in others any attempt 
to injure, any person or persons on account* of past or present support of the Government 
of the United States, the laws of the United States, or the principle of the political and 
civil equality of all men, or for affiliation with any political party. Provided, That it 
any person shall knowingly and falsely take any oath in this Constitution prescribed, such 
person so offending, and beiug thereof duly convicted, shall be subject to the pains, pen- 
alties, and disabilities which by law are provided for the punishment of the crime of 
willful and corrupt perjury.'' 

Florida. 
The Florida Constitution was adopted February 25, and ratified May 6. It prohibits 
slavery, secession and lotteries ; repudiates the rebel debt and annuls slave contracts ; 
provides that there shall be no civil or political distinction on account of race, color or 
previous condition; imposes only the disabilities included in the 14th amendment : pro- 
vides for an educational qualification for suffrage after 1S80, and in the meantime confers 
the elective franchise on all male persons, of 21 years of age and upwards, citizens of the 
United states, resident In the State one year and county six months, on taking the follow- 
ing oath: 

'• I , do solemnly swear that I will support, protect, and defend the Constitution and 

Government oftbfi Cnlted States, and the Constitution and Government of Florida, 
against all enemies, foreign or domestic ; that I will bear true faith, loyalty, and allegiance 
to the same, any ordinant tea or resolution of any State convention or legislation to the 
contrary notwithstanding. Bo help me God." 

The Convention in ibis State, lor a time, transacted business in two independent bodies,- 
each claiming to be regular, but Gen. Meade finally adjusted matters. In November, tha 
Legislature assumed to Impeach Governor Reed, and Lieutenant-Governor Gleason 
thereupon claimed the office. December 13th the Supreme Court decided in support of 
Governor Reed's right to the office. 

Georgia. 

Maj.-Gen. George G. Meade assumed command of the Third Military District (Alabama. 
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Charles J. Jenkins, Provisional Governor, and John Jones, Provisional Treasurer, for 
having declined to respect the instructions of and failed to co-operate with the Major- 
General commanding, and appointing Brevet Brigadier-General Thomas H. Rnger and 
Brevet Captain Charles F. Rockwell in their stead. The State became so disturbed by 
acts of violence, ending in the assassination of Hon. C. W. Ashton, late member of the 
Constitutional Convention, that General Meade was compelled to issue a stringent order 
on the 4th of April in regard to them. 

The Constitution was adopted March 11, and ratified April 20. It declares all persons 
born In the United States or naturalized to be citizens, and prohibits the abridging of their 
privileges and Immunities, or the denial to them of the equal protection of the laws. 
Every male citizen twenty-one years old and upward, resident in the State six months 
and county thirty days, and who shall have paid the taxes required of him, is declared 
an elector; but no person shall vote who, if challenged, shall refuse to take an oath that 
he has not given, or received, or promised any thing to affect the election. 

The Legislature, on the 3d of September, expelled the colored members from their 
seats. Camilla was the theatre of a frightful massacre of negroes, who were proceeding, 
on the 19th of the same month, to hold a political meeting in the place. 

Zouisicma. % 

The Constitution was adopted by the Convention March 2, and ratified by the people 
April 13. It prohibits slavery, secures equality of rights of all persons, acknowledges 
paramount allegiance to the United States, annuls debts in aid of rebellion, establishes 
public schools free to all without distinction of color, and contains the followingprovisions 
in regard to the elective franchise, and the right to hold office : 

Article 98. Every male person of the age of twenty-one years or upward, born or 
naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, and a resident or 
this State one year next preceding an election, and the last ten days within the parish in 
which he offers to vote, shall be deemed an elector, except those disfranchised by this 
Constitution, and persons under interdiction. 

Art. 99. The following persons shall be prohibited from voting and holding anj' office: 
All persons who shall have been convicted of treason, perjury, lorgery, bribery, or other 
crime punishable in the penitentiary, and persons under interdiction. 

All persons who are estopped from claiming the right of suffrage by abjuring their 
allegiance to the United States Government, or by notoriously levying war against it. or 
adhering to its enemies, giving them aid or comfort, but who have not expatriated 
themselves, nor have been convicted of any of the crimes mentioned in the first para- 
graph of this article, are hereby restored to the said right, except the following: Those 
who held office, civil or military, for one year or more under the organization styled '"The 
Confederate States of America;" those who registered themselves as enemies of the 
United States; those who acted as leaders of guerrilla bands during the late rebellion; 
those who in the advocacy of treason wrote or published newspaper articles or preached 
sermons during the late rebellion, and those who voted for and signed an ordinance ot 
secession in any State. No person included in these exceptions shall either vote or hold 
office until he shall have relieved himself by voluntarily writing and signing a certificate 
setting forth that he acknowledges the late rebellion to have been morally and politically 
wrong, and that he regrets any aid and comfort he may have given it : and he shall file the 
certificate in the office of the Secretary of State, and it shall be published in the official 
journal ; 

Provided, That no person who, prior to the first of January, eighteen hundred and sixtv- 
eight, favored the execution of the laws of the United States popularly known as the 
reconstruction acts of Congress, and openly and actively assisted the loyal men of the 
State in their efforts to restore Louisiana to her position in the Union, sha'll be held to be 
included among those herein excepted. Registrars of voters shall take the oath of anv 
such person as 2)rima facie evidence of the fact that he is entitled to the benefit of this 
proviso. 

Art. 100. Members of the general assembly and all other officers, before they enter 
upon the duties of their offices, shall take the following oath or affirmation : " I, (A. B.,) 
do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I accept the civil and political equality of all men, 
and agree not to attempt to deprive any person or persons on account of race, color, or 
previous condition, of any political or civil right, privilege, or immunity enjoved by any 
other class of men. That I will support the Constitution and laws of the United State's 
and the Constitution and laws of this State, and that I will faithfully and impartially 

discharge and perform all the duties incumbent on me as according to the best of my 

ability and understanding. So help me God." 

January 11, 1868, Gen. Hancock set aside the instructions of Gen. Sheridan to the Board 
of Registry, and directed them to follow their own construction of the XlVth amendment. 
On the 7th of February he arrested certain members of the Board of Aldermen for con- 
tempt, in holding an election in defiance of orders from headquarters, which order was 
revoked on the 27th by Gen. Grant. 

After the result of the election of the Constitution became known, a conflict of juris- 
diction arose between Gen. Buchanan (in command of the district), and S. B. Packard, 



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Chairman of the Board of Registration, in regard to the inauguration of the new State Gov- 
ernment. Packard was arrested June 6th. by order of the Commanding General, but was 
released on the Sth, on a telegram from Gen. Grant suggesting a suspension of all action. 
A further conflict arose in regard to the time when the new officers should be installed, 
which was likewise settled by a telegram from Gen. Grant, dated June 27, directing the 
removal of Baker and Voorhees and the appointment of Warmoth and Dunn, as Gov- 
ernor and Lieutenant-Governor, to take effect on the following Monday, when the 
Legislature assembled. 

Many acts of violence were committed in the State during the year, and they finally 
became so alarming, that on the 1st of August, Governor Warmoth appealed to Presi- 
dent Johnson for aid. He responded on the 10th, directing the attention of General 
Buchanan to the provisions of the Constitution and laws. A horrible outrage was com- 
mitted at Opalousas about the 1st of October, a great many negroes being killed, and 
printing office sacked. Deeds and threats of violence were so alarming that thousands 
of voters stayed away from the polls, rather than hazard their lives. 

Mississippi. 

The Constitution was adopted by the Convention May 18, and submitted June 22. Male 
inhabitants, twenty-one years old and upward, resident in the State six months and 
county one month preceding election, are entitled to vote, if registered, in accordance 
with the folowing: 

The Legislature shall provide by law for the registration of all persons entitled to vote 
at any election, and all persons entitled to register shall take and subscribe to the follow- 
ing oath or affirmation : 

'• I, , do solemlv swear (or affirm) in the presence of Almighty God, that I am 

twentv-one vears old ; that I have resided in this Stale six months, and in county 

one month ; that I will faithfully support and obey the Constitution and laws of the 
United .States, and of the State of Mississippi, and will bear true faith and allegiance to 
the same ; that I am not disfranchised in any of the provisions of the acts known as the 
reconstruction acts of the Thirty-ninth and Fortieth Congress; and that I admit the 
political and civil equality of all men. So help me God." 

Provided, That if Congress shall, at any time, remove the disabilities of any person dis- 
franchised in the said reconstruction acts of the said Thirty-ninth and Fortieth Congress 
(and the Legislature of this State shall concur therein), then so much of this oath, and 
so much only, aa refers to the said reconstruction acts, shall not be required of such 
person, so pardoned, to entitle him to be registered. 

The qualifications to hold office are as follows: 

No person shall be eligible to any office of profit or trust, civil or military, in this State, 
who. as a member of the Legislature, voted for the call of the convention that passed 
the ordinance of secession, or who, as a delegate to any convention, voted for or signed 
an}' ordinance of secession, or who gave voluntary aid, countenance, counsel or 
encouragement to persons engaged in armed hostility to the United States, or who 
accepted or attempted to exercise the functions of any office, civil or military, under 
anv authority or pretended government, authority, power or constitution within the 
United states, hostile or inimical thereto, except all persons who aided reconstruction 
by voting lor this convention, or who have continuously advocated the assembling of 
this convention, and shall continually and in good faith advocate the acts of the same; 
but the Legislature may remove such disability: Provided., that nothing in this section, 
except voting for or signing the ordinance of secession. shall be so construed as to exclude 
from office the private BOldier oi the late so-called Confederate States army. 

ICembera of t be Legislature, and all other officers elected or appointed to any office in 
this State, shall, before entering upon the discharge of the duties thereof, take and sub- 
scrihe the following oath of ollice: 

'• I. , do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully support and true allegiance 

bear the Constitution of tie- United states and the State of Mississippi, and obey the laws 
thereof; that 1 am not disqualified from holding office by the Constitution of the 
United states or tin; state of Mississippi: that I have never, as a member of any con- 
vention, voted lor or signed any ordinance of secession ; that I have never, as a member 
of anv state Legislature, voted for the call of any convention that passed any such 
ordinance; that 1 will tuithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which I am about 
to enter. So help me God." 

General Irwin McDowell assumed command of the department June 4, and on the 16th 
removed Prov.-Gov. Humphreys and Attorney-General Hooker, appointing Gen. Adel- 
bert Amesand Captain Jasper Myers in their places. Gov. Humphreys declining to leave 
the Executive Mansion, or to permit the new appointee to enter, an order was issued on 
the 13th of July detailing a guard of men to place the new Governor in possession by 
order of James Blddle, commanding the post. Gen. McDowell was relieved of command 
June 30, and Brevet Major-Ueneral Alvan C. Gillem appoiuted in his stead. 

North Carolina. 

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persons twenty-one years of age, resident in the State one year and county thirty days, 
can vote on taking a single oath of allegiance to the National Constitution and the State 
Constitution, when not inconsistent with the former. 

South Carolina. 
The Constitution was adopted March 17, and ratified April 16. Every male citizen of 
twenty-one years of age, resident in the State one year and county sixty days, is entitled 
to vote, on taking an oath of allegiance which acknowledges the supremacy of the 
National over the State Constitution. Free schools t>.ud equal rights are secured. 

Texas. 

Tho state of society in Texas has been fearful during the year. Reconstruction has not 

been perfected. 

Virginia. 

The Convention adopted a Constitution April 7, but it has not been submitted to the 
people. The following oath is required of persons applying to register, after which if 
they are twenty-one years of age, and have resided in the State twelve months and county 
three, they will be entitled to vote : 

" I. . do solemnly swear Cor affirm) that I am not disqualified from exercising the 

right of suffrage by the Constitution framed by the Convention which assembled in the 
city of Richmond on the 3d day of December, 18U7, and that I will support and defend 
the same to the best of my ability." 

The following oath is provided for office holders : 

" I, , do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and maintain the Consti- 
tution and laws of the United States, and the Constitution and laws of the State of Vir- 
ginia: lhat I recognize and accept the civil and political equality of all men before the 

laws, and that I will faithfully perform the duty of , to the best of my ability. So 

help me God." 

Henry H. Wells was appointed Provisional Governor April 4. 

Consummation of Reconstruction — Supremacy of Civil Law. 

The work of re-organization has been accomplished in all but three States. Gen. Grant 
issued an order on the 28th of July, declaring that so much of the Reconstruction acts as 
provided for the organization of military districts, subject to the military authority of 
the United States, had become inoperative, and making the following changes: 

The Second and Third Military Districts having ceased to exist, the States of North 
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia. Alabama and Florida will constitute the Department 
of the South. Major-General George G. Meade to command, head-quarters at Atlanta. Ga. 

Second — The Fourth Military District will now consist only of the State of Mississippi 
and will continue to be commanded by Brevet Major-General A. C. Gillem. 

Third— The Fifth Military District will now consist of the State of Texas, and will be 
commanded by Brevet Major-General J. J. Reynolds, head-quarters at Austin, Texas. 

Fourth — The States of Louisiana and Arkansas will constitute the Department of 
Louisiana. Brevet Major-General L DZ. Rousseau is assigned to the command, head- 
quarters at New Orleans, La. Until the arrival of General Rousseau at New Orleans. 
Brevet Major-General Buchanan will command the department. Brevet Major-General 
George Crooke is assigned, according to his brevet of major-general, to the command of 
the Department of the Columbia, in place of General Rousseau, relieved. 

Fifth — Brevet Major-General E. R. S. Canby is re-assigned to the command of the 
Department of Washington. 

Sixth — Brevet Major-General Edward Hatch, Colonel of the Ninth cavalry, will relieve 
General Buchanan as Assistant Commissioner of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmeu and 
Abandoned Lands in Louisiana. 

A Proclamation" of Amnesty — By the President of the United States. 

Whereas, In the month of July. Anno Domini 1861, in accepting the condition of civil 
war which was brought about by insurrection and rebellion in several of the States which 
constituted the United States, the two Houses of Congress did solemnly declare that that 
war was not waged on the part of the Government in any spirit of oppression, nor for 
any purpose of conquest or subjusration. nor for any purpose of overthrowing or interfer- 
ing with the rights or established institutions of the States, but only to defend and main- 
tain the supremacy of the Constitution of the United States, and to preserve the Union, 
with all the dignity, equality, and rights of the several States unimpaired, and that so soon 
as these objects should be accomplished the war on the part of Government should cea«e : 

And whereas, The President of the United States has. heretofore, in the spirit of that 
declaration, and with the view of securing for it ultimate and complete effect, set forth 
several proclamations offering amnesty and pardon to persons who had been or were 
concerned in the afore-named rebellion, which proclamations, however, were attended 
with prudential reservations and exceptions then deemed necessary and proper, and 
which proclamations were respectively issued on the sth day of December, lsf>3: on the 
2iith day of March, 1SG4 ; on the 29th day of May, 1S03, and on* the 7th day of September, 
lSf>7. and 

TfTierms. The said lamentable civil war has long since altogether ceased, with an 
acknowledgment by all the States of the supremacy of the Federal Constitution, and of 



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the Government thereunder ; and there no longer exists anj' reasonable ground to appre- 
hend a renewal of the said civil war, or any foreign interference, or any unlawful resist- 
ance by any portion of the people of any of the States to the Constitution and laws of the 
United States, and 

Whereas, It is desirable to reduce the standing army and to bring to a speedv termina- 
tion military occupation, martial law. military tribunals, abridgement of the freedom of 
speech and of the press, and suspension of the privilege of habeas corpus and of the right 
of trial by jury, such encroachments upon our free institutions in time of peace being 
dangerous to public liberty, incompatible with the individual rights of the citizen, con- 
trary to the genius and spirit of our republican form of government, and exhaustive of 
the national resources; 

And Whereas, It is believed that amnesty and pardon will tend to secure a complete 
and universal establishment and prevalence of municipal law and order, in conformity 
with the Constitution of the United States, and to remove all appearances and presump- 
tion of a retaliatory or vindictive policy on the part of the Government, attended by 
unnecessary disqualifications, pains, penalties, confiscations, and disfranchisements, and 
on the contrary to promote and procure complete fraternal reconciliation among the 
whole people with due submission to the Constitution and laws. Now, therefore, be it 
known, that I. Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, do, by virtue of the Con- 
stitution, and in the name of the people of the United States, hereby proclaim and declare 
unconditionally, and without reservation, to all and to every person who directly or 
indirectly participated in the late insurrection or rebellion, excepting such person orper- 
sons as may be under presentment or indictment in any Court of the United States having 
competent jurisdiction upon a charge of treason or other felony, a lull pardon and amnesty 
lor the offense of treason against the United States or of adhering to their enemies during 
the late civii war with restoration of all rights of property, except as to slaves, and 
except also as to any property of which any person may have been legally divested under 
the laws of the United States. 

In testimony whereof, I have signed these presents with my hand, and have caused the 
seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed. 

Done at the City of Washington, the fourth day of July, in the year of our Lord, 1868, 
and of the Independence of the Uuited States of America the 93d. 

ANDEEW JOHNSON. 
By the President: 

William H. Seward, Secretary of State. 

The Fourteenth Constitutional Amendment. 

The following is the text of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, as passed 
at the first session of the 39th Congress, June 16, 1S66: 

Article XIV. 

Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the 
jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. 
No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities 
of citizens of the United States, nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty or 
property without due process of law, nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the 
equal protection of the laws. 

Sec. 2. Representatives shall be apportioned among the several States according to 
their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each State, excluding 
Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors 
lor President and Vice-President of the United States, representatives in Congress, the 
executive and judicial ollicersofa State, or the members of the Legislature thereof, is 
denied to any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twenty-one years of age. and 
Citizens of the United states, or in any way abridged, except for participation in rebellion 
or other crime, the basis of representation thereLn shall be reduced in the proportion 
which the number of such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens 
twenty-one years of age in such State. 

Sec. 3. No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of Presi- 
dent or Vice-Preeldent. or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or 
under any state, who, having previously taken an oath as a'meraber of Congress, or as 
an officer of the Qnlted States, or as a member of any State Legislature, or as an execu- 
tive or judicial officer of any state, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall 
have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to 
the enemies i hereof; but Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove 
such disability. 

Sec. 4. The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized bylaw, including 
debts Incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing the 
Insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned. But neither the United States nor any 
State shall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebel- 
lion against the United state-;, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave, 
but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void. 

Sec. 5. The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the pro- 
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Its Ratification. 
The following shows the dates of Its ratification : 



States. 



Alabama, 

Arkansas , 

California, 

Connecticut, 

Delaware, 

Florida, 

Georgia, 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa, , 

Kansas, 

Kentucky, 

Louisiana, 

Maine, 

Maryland, 

Massachusetts, ... 

Michigan, 

Minnesota , 

Mississippi, 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire, 

New Jersey, 

New York, 

North Carolina,.., 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania, .... 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina,... 

Tennessee, 

Texas 

Vermont, 

Virginia 

West Virginia,.... 
Wisconsin 



Ratified. 



July 
April 



13, 1868 
0,1808 



June 



30, 1800 



June 

July 

January 

January 

April 

January 



l>, 1868 

2, 1808 
15, 1807 
2y. 1807 

3, 1808 
18, 1807 



July 
January 



y, 1803 
iy, 1807 



March 

February 

February 



20, 1807 

15, 1807 

1, 1807 



January 

June 

January 

July 

September 

January 

July 

January 

September 

February 

February 

July 

July 



25, 1807 
11, 18G7 
22, 1867 
7, 1S0G 
11, 1806 

10, 1867 
4, 1808 

11, 1807 
iy, 1866 
13, 18G7 

7, 1S67 

y, 1868 

iy, 1867 



November 4, 1800 



January 
February 



10, I8.i7 
13, 1867 



Rejected.* 



December 7, 1800. 
December 17, lsoo.* 



February 7, 1807. 
November 13, 1800.* 
November y, 1800.* 



January 
February 

March 



10, 1807. 
6, 1807.* 

23, 1807. 



January 29, 1806.* 

December 4, 1306.* 

December 20, 1800.* 

November 1, 18G6.* 

January 9, 1367.* 



On the 19th of January, 1S08, the General Assembly of Ohio assumed the power to 
withdraw, by joint resolution, the assent of that .State from the proposed fourteenth 
amendment, as given by resolution of January 11, 1807, and on the 2uth of Februarv, 1868, 
the Legislature of New Jersey in like manner withdrew the assent of that State "to the 
same measure, as given September 11, I860. 

On the 20th of July Secretary Seward issued a circular reciting the action wliieh had 
been had by the respective States, and on the 21st Congress adopted the following, in the 
Senate without division, in the House by 120 yeas to 32 nays: 
Joint resolution declaring the ratiflaction of the fourteenth article of amendment of the 

Constitution of the. United States. 

Whereas, The Legislature of the States of Connecticut, Tennessee. New Jersev. Oregon, 
Vermont. West Virginia, Kansas, Missouri, Indiana. Ohio, Illinois. Minnesota, New 
York, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire 
Massachusetts, Nebraska, Maine, Iowa, Arkansas, Florida, North Carolina, Alabama 
South Carolina, and Louisiana, being three-fourths and more of the several States of the 
Union, have ratified the fourteenth articled' amendment to the Constitution of the United 
States, duly proposed by two-thirds of each house of the Thirtv-ninth Congress, therefore, 

Be it resolved by the. Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America 
in Congress assembled. That said fourteenth article is hereby declared to be a part of the 
Constitution of the United States, and it shall be duly promulgated as such by the Secre- 
tary of State. 

On the 28th of July Secretary Seward having received the ratification of the„LegisIature 
of Georgia, issued another proclamation declaring the amendment adopted.* 

The Political Campaign. 

The Political Campaign was inaugurated by the Republican Party in Chicago, May 20, 
by the nomination of Ulysses S. Grant for President and Schuyler Colfax for Vice-Presi- 
dent, and the adoption of the following platform : 

* By the Provisional Legislatures organized under authority from President Johnson, 
but not sanctioned by Congress. 



Republican Platform, 
lhe National Republican Party of the United States, assembled in National Conveixtion in the 
City of Chicago, on the 2lst day of May, lSixS, make the following Declaration of Principles: 

I We congratulate the country on the assured success of the Reconstruction policy of 
Congress, as evinced bv the adoption, in the majority of the States lately in rebellion, 
of Constitutions securing Equal Civil and Political Rights to all, ami it is the duty of the 
Government to sustain tuose institutions and to prevent the people oi such States from 
being remitted to a state of anarchy. 

II The guaranty bv Congress of Equal Suffrage to all loyal men at the South was 
demanded bv everv consideration of public safety, of gratitude, and of justice, and must 
be maintained: while the question of Suffrage in all the loyal States properly belongs to 
the people of those States. . .. 

III We denounce all forms of Repudiation as a national crime ; and the national honor 
requi'-es the payment of the public indebtedness in the uttermost good faith to all credit- 
ors at home and abroad, not only according to the letter but the spirit of the laws under 
which it was contracted. ..,.»,_ ,. j .» 

IV. It is due to the Labor of the Nation that taxation should be equalized, and reduced 
as rapidlv as the national faith will permit. ■ '_ 

V The National Debt, contracted, as it has been, for the preservation ol the Union for 
all time to come, should be extended over a fair period for redemption ; and it is the duty 
of Congress to reduce the rate of interest thereon, whenever it can be honestly done. 

VI That the best policy to diminish our burden of debt is to so improve our credit that 
capitalists will seek to loan us money at lower rates of inteiest than we now pay, and 
must continue to pay so long as repudiation, partial or total, open or covert, is threatened 
or suspected. . , , , . . ', . • ' : .: . .'. 

VII The Government of the United States should be administered with the strictest 
economy; and the corruptions which have been so shamefully nursed and fostered by 
Andrew Johnson call loudly for radical reform. 

VIII We profoundly deplore the untimely and tragic death of Abraham Lincoln, and 
regret the accession to the Presidency of Andrew Johnson, who has acted treacherously 
to "the people who elected him and the cause he was pledged to support ; who has usurped 
hi"-h Wislative and judicial (unctions; who has refused to execute the laws; who has 
used his high office to induce other officers to ignore and violate the laws; who has 
employed his executive powers to render insecure the property, the peace, liberty and 
li : e of the citizen; who has abused the pardoning power-; who has denounced the 
National Legislature as unconstitutional ; who has persistently and corruptly resisted, by 
everv means in his power, every proper attempt at the reconstruction of the States lately 
in rebellion- who has perverted the public patronage, into an engineof wholesale corrup- 
tion ■ and who has been Justly i m peached for high crimes and misdemeanors, and properly 
pronounced guilty thereof by the vote of thirty-five Senators. 

IX The doctrine of Great Britain and other European powers that, because a man is 
once a subject he is always so, must be resisted at every hazard by the United states, as a 
relic of feudal times, not authorized by the laws of nations, and at war with our national 
honor and independence. Naturalized citizens are entitled to protection in all their rights 
of Citizenship as though they wore native-born; and no citizen of the United States, 
native or naturalised, must be liable co arrest and imprisonment by any foreign power 
fo'r acts done or words spoken in this country; and if so arrested and imprisoned, it is the 
duty of the Governmeut to interfere in his behalf 

X Of all who were laithful in the trials of the late war. there were none entitled to 
more especial honor than the brave soldiers and seamen who endured the hardships of 
campaign and Cruise, and Imperiled their lives in theservice of the country: the bounties 
and pensioiis provided by the laws for these brave defenders of the nation, are obligations 
never to be forgotten; the widows and orphans of the gallant dead are the wards of the 
people — a sacred legacy bequeathed to the nation's protecting care. 

XI F< reign Immigration, which in the past has added so much to the wealth, develop- 
ment and resources and Increase of power to this republic, the asylum of the oppressed 
of all nations should be lostered and encouraged by a liberal and just policy. 

XII. This Convention declares itself in sympathy with all oppressed peoples struggling 
for their rights. 

Unanimously added, on motion of Gen. Schurz: <■ ■' - 

Bemdved That we highly commend the spirit of magnanimity and forbearance with 
which nun who have served in the rebellion, but who now frankly and honestly co-oper- 
ate with us in restoring the peace of the country and reconstructing the Southern state 
government*) upon the basis of Impartial Justice and Equal Bights, are received back 
into the communion of the loyal people; and we favor the removal of the disqualifica- 
tions and restrictions imp»»sed upon the late Rebels In the same measure as their spirit of 
loyalty will rllrect, and a< may be consistent witn the safety of the loyal people. 

Resolved That we rec gnlzu the great principles laid down in the immortal Declaration 
of Independence as the true foundation of democratic government: and we hail with 
gladness every effort toward making these principles a living reality on every inch of 
American s»l. 

In accepting the nomination, General Grant wrote the following letter : 
To Gen. Jotrpk !'■■ HawUy, President National Union Republican Convention: 

In formally accepting the nomination of the National Union Republican Convention 
of the 2lst of May Inst., it seems proper that some statement of views beyond the mere 
acceptance of the nomination should be expressed. The proceedings of the Convention 
were marked with wisdom, moderation and patriotism, and I believe express the feelings 
of the great mass of tho e who sustained the country through its recent trials. I indorse 
the resolutions. If elected to the office of President of the United States, it will be my 
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giving peace, quiet and protection everywhere. In times like the present it is impossible, 
or at least eminently improper, to lay down a policy to be adhered to, right or wrong, 
through an administration of lour years. New political issues, not foreseen, are constantly 
arising: the views of the public on old ones are constantly changing, and a purely 
administrative officer should always be left free to execute the will of the people. I 
always have respected that will, and always shall. Peace and universal prosperity — its 
sequence — with economy ef administration will lighten the burden of taxation, wnile it 
constantly reduces the National debt. Let us have peace. 

With great respect, your obedient servant, 

U. S. GRANT. 
Washington, D. C, May 29, 18CS. 

Democratic Platform. 
The Democratic Convention assembled in New York city July 4, and during its session 
nominated Horatio Seymour for President, and Frank P. .Blair for Vice-President, with 
the following Platform : 

The Democratic Party, in National Convention assembled, reposing its trust in the 
intelligence, patriotism, and discriminating justice of the people, standing upon the Con- 
stitution as the ioundation and limitation of the powers of the Government, and the 
guarantee of the liberties of the citizen, and recognizing the questions of slavery and 
secession as having been settled, lor all time to come, by the war or the voluntary 
action of the Southern States in constitutional conventions assembled, and never to be 
renewed or reagitated, do, with the return of peace, demand : 

I. Immediate restoration of all the States to their rights in the Union under the Con- 
stitution, and of civil government to the American people. 

II. Amnesty for all past political offenses, and the regulation of the elective franchise 
in the states by their citizens. 

III. Payment of the public debt of the United States as rapidly as practicable; all 
moneys drawn from the people by taxation, except so much as is requisite for the neces- 
sities of the Government, economically administered, being honestly applied to such 
payment, and where the obligations of the Government do not expressly state upon their 
face, or the law under which they were issued does not provide that they shall be paid in 
coin, they ought, in right and in justice, to be paid in the lawful money of the United 
States. 

IV. Equal taxation of every species of property according to its real value, including 
Government bonds and other public securities. 

V. One currency (or the Government and the people, the laborer and the office-holder, 
the pensioner and the soldier, the producer and the bondholder. 

VI. Economy in the administration of the Government; the reduction of the standing 
army and navy: the abolition of the Freedmen's Bureau and all political instrumentali- 
ties designed to secure negro supremacy ; simplification of the system, and discontinuance 
of inquisitorial modes of assessing and collecting Internal Revenue, so that the burden 
of taxation be equalized and lessened; the credit of the Government and the currency 
made good; the repeal of all enactments for enrolling the State militia into national forces 
in time of peace ; and a tariff for revenue upon foreign imports, and such equal taxation 
under the Internal Revenue laws as will afford incidental protection to domestic manu- 
factures, and as will, without impairing the revenue, impose the least burden upon and 
best promote and encourage the great industrial interests of the country. 

VII. Reform of abuses in the administration, the expulsion of corrupt men from office, 
the abrogation of useless offices, the restoration of rightful authority to, and the inde- 
pendence of the executive and judicial departments of the Government, the subordina- 
tion of the military to the civil power, to the end that the usurpations of Congress and 
the despotism of the sword may c$ase. 

VIII. Equal rights and protection for naturalized and native-born citizens at home and 
abroad, the assertion of American nationality which shall command the respect of foreign 
powers, and furnish an example and encouragement to people struggling lor national 
integrity, constitutional liberty, and individual rights and the maintenance of the rights 
of naturalized citizens against the absolute doctrine of immutable allegiance, and the 
claims of foreign powers to punish them for alleged crime committed beyond their juris- 
diction. 

In demanding these measures and reforms, we arraign the Radical party for its disregard 
of right, and the unparalleled oppression and tyranny which have marked its career. 

After the most solemn and unanimous pledge of both Houses of Congress to prosecute 
the war exclusively for the maintenance of the Government and the preservation of the 
Union under the Constitution, it has repeatedly violated that most sacred pledge under 
which alone was rallied that noble volunteer army which carried our flag to victory. 
Instead of restoring the Union it has, so far as in its power, dissolved it. and subjected 
ten States, in time of profound peace, to military despotism and negro supremacy. It 
has nullified there the right of trial by jury ; it has abolished the habeas corpus, that'most 
sacred writ of liberty; it has overthrown the freedom of speech and the press ; it has 
substituted arbitrary seizures and arrests, and military trials and secret star-chamber 
inquisitions for the constitutional tribunals ; it has disregarded in time of peace the right 
of the people to be free from searches and seizures ; it has entered the post and telegraph 
offices, and even the private rooms of individuals, and seized their private papers and 
letters without any specific charge or notice of affidavit, as required by the organic law ; 
It has converted the American Capitol into a hostile; it has established a system of spies 
and official espionage to which no constitutional monarchy of Europe won Id now dare to 
resort; it has abolished the right of appeal on important constitutional questions to the 
supreme judicial tribunals, and threatens to curtail or destroy its original jurisdiction, 
which i3 irrevocably vested by the Constitution, while the learned Chiel Justice has been 



128 EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 

subjected to the most atrocious calumnies, merely because he would not prostitute his 
high office to the support of the false and partisan charges preferred against the President. 
Its corruption and extravagance haw exceeded anything known in history, and by its 
frauds and monopolies, it has nearly doubled the burden of the debt created by the war. 
It has stripped the President of his constitutional power of appointment, even of his own 
cabinet. Under its repeated assaults the pillars of the Government are rocking on their 
base, and should it succeed in November next and inaugurate its President, we will meet 
as a subjected and conquered people, amid the ruins of liberty and thescattered fragments 
ol the Constitution. 

And we do declare and resolve that ever since the people of the United States threw off 
all subjection to the British frown the privilege and trust of suffrage have belonged to 
the several States, and have been granted, regulated, and controlled exclusively by the 
political power of each Stale respectively, and that any attempt by Congress, on any 
pretext whatever, to deprive any state of this right, or interfere with its exercise, is a 
flagrant usurpation of power which can liiul do warrant in the Constitution, and, if sanc- 
I by the people, will subvert our form of government, and can only end in a single 
centralized and consolidated government, in which the separate existence of the States 
will be entirely absorbed, and uu unqualified despotism be established in place of a Federal 
onion of co equal Stat b. 

And that we regard the reconstruction acts (so called) of Congress, as such, as usurpa- 
tions and unconstitutional, revolutionary, and void. That our soldiers and sailors, who 
carried the flag of our country to victory against a most gallant and determined foe, 
must ever be gratefully remembered, and all the guarantees given in their favor must be 
faithfully earned Into execution, 

That the public lands should be distributed as widely as possible among the people, and 
should be disposed of either under the pre-emption of homestead lands, or sold in reason- 
able quantities, an 1 to none but actual occupants, at the minimum price established by 
the Government When grants of the public lands may be allowed, necessary for the 
encouragement of important public Improvements, the proceeds of the saleof such lands, 
and not the laud- themselves, Bhould be so applied. 

That the President of the United States, Andrew Johnson, in exercising the power of 
hN high office In resisting the a - is of Congress upon the constitutional rights of 

the states and the people, is entitled to t lie gratitude of the whole American people, and 
in behalf of the Democratic party we tender him our thanks for his patriotic efforts in 
that regard. 

Upon this platform the Democratic party appeal to every patriot, including all the 

C mservatlve element and all who desire to support the Constitution and restore the 

getting all rences of opinion, to unite with us in the present great 

strugel F the people : and that to all such, to whatever party they may 

have heretofore belonged, we extend the right hand of fellowship, and hail all such co- 

ng with us as fliends and brethren. 

Ived, That this convention sympathize cordially with the workingmen of the United 
■•Hurts to protect the rights and interests ot the laboring classes of the 
country. 

red by Mr. Vallandigham, and adopted the last day of the convention.] 

i: ■ >.. That the thank* of Lbs convention are tendered to Chief Justice Salmon P. 
. for the Justice. .1 giniy. and impartiality with which he presided over the court of 
Impeachment en the trial <>i President Andrew Johnson. 

Mr. Kciiian.nt New York, after the nominations and irnrne- 
OUrnment, and w.is carried by acclamation.] 

Mr. Seymour, on the ttn of August, wrote a very able letter of acceptance, of which the 
following Is a copy. 

Gov. S(r>/iivj\tr's Islter of Acceptance. 

rk, on the 11th Inst, in the presence of a 

■ itlonal Democratic convention, you tendered to me 

iiilmous nomination as their candidate for the office of President of the United 

(press my gratitude for the goodwill and 

vn t<> me. its nomination was unsought and unex- 

i take nu active part, from which 1 am now excluded, in 

the-: ig on for the restoration of good government, of peace and pros- 

mtr) llul I have been caught up by an overwhelming tide which is 

and I tiud myself unable to resist its pressure. 

us put forth by the Convention, showing 

hi w inch now agitate the country. As the presiding 

ll i am familiar with their scope and import: as one of its 

member •! I am ire In accord with my views, and I stand 

upon them <:i t n which we are now entering, and I "shall strive to carry 

it in futUl r I may be placed, in political t >r private life." 

It:. you mi *a words of acceptance in a letter, as is the 

customary Ion to change or. qualify the terms of my 

liVelilloll. 

I ha\ communicating to you in writing, what I thus 

hat luhi the action of Congress would throw 
upon •! he adjournment of the Convention 
show an a: power will give to the people what thev ought 
to have, .i .•.ii done with the money drawn from them 
during the |, L1 : .tiul men feel that there have been wrongs in the 
financial ni.in.i.: ept from the public knowledge. The Congres- 
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directly upon the elections in many States, but it also holds itself in perpetual session, 
with the avowed purpose of making such laws aT it shall see fit, in view or' the elections 
which will take place within a few weeks. It did not therefore adjourn, but took a recess 
to meet again ii its partisan interests shall demand its reassembling. Never before in 
the history of our country has Congress thus taken a menacing attitude toward its 
electors. Under its influence, some of the States organized by its agents are proposing to 
deprive the people of the right to vote for Presidential electors, and the first bold steps 
are taken to destroy the rights of suffrage. It is not strange, therefore, that thoughttul 
men see in such action the proof that there are. with those who shape the policy of the 
Republican party, motives stronger and deeper than the mere wish to hold political' 
power: that there is a dread of some exposure which drives them on to acts so desperate 
and so impolitic. 

Many or the ablest leaders and journals of the Republican party have openly deplored 
the violence of Congressional action and its tendency to keep up discord in our country. 
The great interests of our Union demand peace, order, and a return to those industrial 
pursuits without which we cannot maintain the faith or honor of our Government. The 
minds of business men are perplexed by uncertainties. The hours of toil of our laborers 
are lengthened by the cost of living made by the direct and indirect exactions of govern- 
ment. Our people are harrassed by the heavy and frequent demands of the tax-gatherer. 
Without distinction of parly, there is a strong feeling in favor of that line of action which 
shall restore order and confidence, and shall lift off the burthens whjch now hinder and 
vex the industry of the country. Yet at this iLoment those in power have thrown into 
the Senate Chamber and Congressional Hall new elements of discord and violence. 
Men have been admitted as representatives of some of the Southern States, with the 
declaration upon their lips that they cannot live in the States they claim to represent, 
without military protection. These men are to make laws for the North as well as the 
South. These men, who, a few days since, were seeking as suppliants that Congress 
would give them power within their respective States, are to-day the masters and com 
trollers of the actions of those bodies. Entering them with minds filled with passion, 
their first demands have been that Congress shall look upon the States from which they 
corneas in conditions of civil war; that the majority of their populations, embracing 
their intelligence, shall be treated as public enemies; that military forces shall be kept 
up at the cost of the people of the North, and that there shall be no peace and order at 
the South save that which is made by arbitrary power. Every intelligent man knows 
that these men owe their seats in Congress to the disorder in the South; every man 
knows that they not only owp their present position to disorder, but that every motive 
springing from the love of power, of gain, of a desire for vengeance, prompts them to 
keep the South in anarchy. While that exists, they are independent of the will or wishes 
of their fellow citizens. While confusion reigns, they are the dispensers of the profits 
and the honors which grow out of a government of mere force. These men are now 
placed in positions where the}' can, not only urge their views of policy, but where they 
can enforce them. When others shall be admitted in this manner from the remaining 
Southern States, although they will have, in truth, no constituents, they will have more 
power in the Senate than a majority of the people of this Union living in nine of the 
great States. In vain the wisest members of the Republican party protested against the 
policy that led to this result. While the chiefs of the late rebellion have submitted to 
the results oi the war, and are now quietly engaged in useful pursuits for the support of 
themselves and their families, and are trying, by the force of their example, to lead back 
the people of the South to the order and industry, not only essential to their well-being, 
but to the greatness and prosperity of our common country, we see that those who, with- 
out ability or influence, have been thrown by the agitations of civil convulsions into 
positions of honor and profit, are striving to keep alive the passions to which thev owe 
their elevation. And they clamorously insist that they are the only friends of our Union 
— a Union that can only have a sure foundation in fraternal regard and a common desire 
to promote the peace, the order and the happiness of all sections of our land. 

Events in Congress, since the adjournment of the Convention, have vastly increased the 
importance of a political victory by those who are seeking to bring back'economy, sim- 
plicity and justice in the administration of our national affairs. Many Republicans have 
heretofore clung to their party who have regretted the extremes of violence to which it 
has run. They have cherished a faith that while the action of their political friends has 
been mistaken, their motives have been good. They must now see that the Republican 
party is in that condition that it cannot carry out a wise and peaceful policy, whatever 
its motives may be. It is a misfortune, not only to a country, but to a governing party 
itself, when its action is unchecked by any form of opposition. It has been the misfor- 
tune of the Republican party that the events of the past few years have given it so much 
power that it has been able to shackle the executive, to trammel the judiciary, and to 
carry out the views of the most unwise and violent of its members. When this state of 
things exists in any party, it has ever been found that the sober judgments of its ablest 
leaders do not control. There is hardly an able man who has helped to build up the 
Republican organization who has not within the past three years warned it against its 
excesses, who has not been borne down and forced to give up his convictions of what the 
interests of the country called for ; or, if too patriotic to do this, who has not been driven 
from its ranks. If this has been the case heretofore, what will be its action now with 
this new infusion of men who, without a decent respect for the views of those who had 
just given them their positions, begin their legislative career with calls for arms, with 
demands that their Stales shall be regarded as in a condition of civil war, and with a 
declaration that they are ready and anxious to degrade the President of the United 
States whenever they can persuade or force Congress to bring forth new articles of 
impeachment. 

The Republican party, as well as we, are interested in putting some check on this 
violence. It must be clear to every thinking man, that a division of political power 
tends to check the violence of party action, and to assure the peace and good order of 



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society. The election of a Democratic executive and a majority of Democratic mem- 
bers to the House of Representatives, would not give to that party organization the 
power to make sudden or violent changes, but it would serve to check those extreme 
measures which have been deplored by the best men of both political organizations. 
The result would most certainly lead to that peaceful restoration of the Union and re- 
establishment of fraternal relationship which the country desires. I am sure that the 
best men of the Republican party deplore as deeply as I do the spirit of violence shown 
by those recently admitted to seats in Congress lrom the South. The condition of civil 
war which they contemplate, must be abhorrent to every right thinking man. 

I have no mere personal wishes which mislead my Judgment in regard to the pending 
election. No man who has weighed and measured the duties of the office of President of 
the United States, can fail to be impressed with the cares and toils of him who is to meet 
its demands. It is not merely to Hoat with popular currents, without a policy or a pur- 
pose. On the contrary, while our Constitution gives just weight to the public will, its 
distinguishing feature is that it seeks to protect the rights of minorities. Its greatest 
glory is that it puts restraints upon power. It gives force and form to those maxims and 
principles of civil liberty for which the martyrs of lreedom have struggled through ages. 
It declares the right of the people "to be secure in their persons, houses and papers, 
against unreasonable searches and seizures. That Congress shall make no law respecting 
the establishment of religion or the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of 
speech or of the press, or the right of the people to petition for redress of grievances. It 
secures the right of a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury." 

No man can rightfully enter upon the duties of the Presidential office unless he is not 
only willing to carry out the wishes Of the people expressed in a constitutional way, but 
is also prepared to stand up lor the rights of minorities. He must be ready to uphold the 
free exercise of religion. He must denounce measures which would wrong personal or 
home rights, or the religious conscience of the humblest citizen of the land. He must 
maintain, without distinction of creed or nationality, all the privileges of American 
citizenship 

The experience of every public man who has been faithful to his trust teaches him that 
no one can do the duties of the office of President, unless he is ready not only to undergo 
the falsehoods and abuses of the bad. but to sutler from the censure of the good who are 
misled by prejudices and misrepresentations. There are no attractions in such positions, 
which deceive my judgment, when 1 say that a great change is going on in the public 
mind. The mass of the Republican party are more thoughtful, temperate and just than 
they were during the excitements which attended the progress and close of the civil war. 
As the energy of the Democratic party springs from their devotion to their cause and not 
to their candidates, I may with propriety speak of the fact that never in the political 
history of our country has the action of any like body been hailed with such universal 
and wide-spread enthusiasm as that which lias been shown in relation to the position of 
the National Democratic Convention. With this the candidates had nothing to do. Had 
any others of those named been selected, this spirit would have been perhaps more 
marked. The zeal and energy of the conservative masses spring from a desire to make a 
change of political policy, and Inini the confidence that they can carry out their purpose. 

In this laith they are strengthened by the oo- iperation of those who served in the 
Union armv and navy during the war. Having given nearly sixteen thousand commis- 
sions to the officers of that army, I know their views and wishes. They demand the 
Union for which they fought. The largest meeting of these gallant soldiers which ever 
assembled, w:us held in New York, and Indorsed the action of the National Convention. 
In words Instinct with meaning, they called upon the Government to stop in its policy of 
hate, discord and disunion, anil In terms of /fervent eloquence they demanded the restor- 
ation of the rights and liberties of the American people. 

When there is such accord between th ee who proved themselves brave and self- 
sacrificing In war, and thos.- who are thoughtful and patriotic In council, I cannot doubt 
we Shall gain a political triumph winch will restore our Union, bring back peace and 
prosperity to our land, and will give iu once more the blessings of a wise, economical, 
and honest government. 

I am, gentlemen, truly yours, etc., 

HORATIO SEYMOUR. 

To Gen. G. W. Morgan and others, Committee, etc., etc. 

The great prominence given tho letter of Mr. Blair Just preceding the convention, 
Justifies Its reproduction here: 

Washington, June 30, 

Onl. Jax. O Itrnddhrntl : 

Dkah Coi.'iNK!.. In reply to your Inquiries, I beg leave to say that I leave to 3 r ou to 
determine, on consultation with my friends from Missouri, whether my name shall be 
presented to the Democratic Convention, and to submit the following, as what I consider 
the real and only Issue in this c onteH : Tie- Rec instruction policy of the Radicals will be 
complete be Ore the nexl election; the States, so long excluded, will have been admitted; 
negro suffrs •■ esmbllsbed, and the carpet-baggers installed in their seats in both branches 
of c : <"•''' I* "" possibility oi changing the political character of the Senate, 

even 1! the DemoCI Kb should elect tie :r President and a majority of the popular branch 
of Con gre ss, We cannot, therefore, undo the Radical plan of Reconstruction by Congres- 
sional action : t tue a bar to its repeal. Must we submit to'it? How 
can it be overthrown? It can only be overthrown by the authority of the Executive, 
who is sworn to maintain the Constitution, nnd who will fail to do MS duty if he allows 
the Constitution topertoh under a series ol Congressional enactments which are in pal- 
pable violation of it* fundamental principles. 

It' the President elect, d b> the I »< mocracy enforces or permits others to enforce these 
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resentatives, will control both branches of Congress, and his administration will be as 
powerless as the present one of Mr. Johnson. 

There is but one way to restore the Government and the Constitution, and that is for 
the President elect to declare these acts null and void, compel the army to undo its usur- 
pations at the South, disperse the carpet-bag State Governments, allow the White people 
to re-organize their own governments, and elect Senators and Representatives. The Jlouse 
of Representatives will contain a majority of Democrats from the North, and they will 
admit the Representatives elected by the White people of the South, and. with the 
co operation 01 the President, it will not be dillicult to compel the Senate to submit once 
more to the obligations of the Constitution. It will not bo able to withstand the public 
judgment, if distinctly invoked and clearly expressed, on this fundamental issue, and it 
is the sure way to avoid all future strife to put this issue plainly to the country. 

I repeat that this is the real and only question which we should allow to control ns : 
Shall we submit to the usurpations by which the Government has been overthrown, or 
shall we exert ourselves for its full and complete restoration? It is idle to talk of bonds, 
greenbacks, gold, the public faith, "and the public credit. What can a Democratic Presi- 
dent do in regard to any of these, with a Congress in both branches controlled by the 
carpet-baggers and their allies? lie will be powerless to stop the supplies by which idle 
negroes are organized into political clubs — by which an army is maintained to protect 
these vagabonds in their outrages upon the ballot. These, and things like these, eat up 
the revenues and resources of the Government and destroy its credit, make the difference 
between gold and greenbacks. We must restore the Constitution before we can restore 
the finances, and to ylo this we must have a President who will execute the will of the 
people by trampling into dust the usurpations of Congress, known as the Reconstruction 
acts. I wish to stand before the Convention upon this issue, but it is one which embraces 
every thing else that is of value in its large and comprehensive results. It is the one 
thing that includes all that is worth a contest, and without it there is nothing that gives 
dignity, honor or value to the struggle. 

Your Friend. 

FRANK P. BLAIR. 

A Proclamation — Pardon and Amnesty Granted to All the Late Rebels. 

By the. President of the United Slates of America: 

Whereas, The President of the United States has heretofore set forth several proclama- 
tions, offered amnesty and pardon to persons who had been or were concerned in the 
late rebellion against the lawful authority of the United States, which proclamations 
were severally issued on the 8th day of December, 1863, on the 20th day of March. 18U4, on 
the 29th day of March, 18G3, on the 7th day of September, 18U7, and on the 4th day of July, 
in the present year: and 

Whereas, The authority of the Federal Government having been re-established in all 
the States and Territories within the jurisdiction of the United States, it is believed that 
such prudential reservations and exceptions as, at the dates of said several proclama- 
tions, were deemed necessary and proper may now be wisely and justly relinquished, 
and that a universal amnesty and pardon for participation in said rebellion, extended to 
all who have borne any part therein, will tend to secure permanent peace, order and 
prosperity throughout the land, and to renew and fully restore confidence and fraternal 
feeling among the whole people, and their respect for and attachment to the National 
Government, designed by its patriotic founders for the general good. 

Now. there ore. be it known that I, Andrew' Johnson, President of the United States, 
by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by the Constitution, and in the name 
of the sovereign people of the United States, do hereby proclaim and declare uncondi- 
tionally and without reservation, to all and to every person who directly or indirectly 
participated in the late insurrection or rebellion a fullpardon and amnesty for the offense 
of treason against the United States, or of adhering to their enemies during the late civil 
war with restoration ot rights, privileges and immunities under the Constitution and the 
laws which have been made in pursuance thereof. 

In testimony whereof I have signed these presents with my hand and have caused the 
seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed. 

Done at the City of Washington, the twenty-fifth day of December, in the year 
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and of the independence 
of the United States of America the ninety-third. 

ANDREW JOHNSON. 
By the President : 

F. W. Seward, Acting Secretary of State. 

Electoral Qualifications in the States. 

The electoral qualifications in the Reconstructed States are given under the head of 
Reconstruction. In the other States, they are as follows: 

Ccdifomia: White male citizens of the" United States, and those of Mexico who may 
choose to comply with the provisions of the treaty of Queretaro, of May 30. 1848, who 
have resided in the State six months and in the county or district thirty days. The 
Legislature is empowered, by two-third vote, to confer suffrage on Indians 

Connecticut: Residence in the State one year and the town six months, of white male 
citizens of good moral character, who shall be able to read any article of the Constitution 
or section of the statutes. 

Delaware; Residence in the State one year, in the county one month, with payment of 
a county tax, assessed at least six months before an election, gives the right to vote 'to 
free white male citizens, except that citizens between 21 and 22 years of age need not have 
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Illinois: All white male inhabitants who have resided in the State one year can vote in 
the district where actually residing. 

Indiana: A residence of six months in the State entitles white male citizens to vote in 
the county of their residence, and foreigners who have been in the U. S. one year and 
have declared their intentions. 

Iowa : Male citizens of the United States, residing in State six months and county sixty 
days, are entitled to vote. 

Kansas: Residence in the State six months and in the township or ward thirty days 
confers the right of suffrage on white male citizens, and foreigners who have declared 
their intentions. 

Kentucky: Free white male citizens who have resided in the State two years, county 
one year, and precinct sixtv davs. 

Mainf: Citizens of the United States, except paupers and persons under guardianship, 
who have resided in the State three months next preceding the election. 

Maryland: A residence of one year in the State, and six months in the county, gives 
the right to vote to every white male citizen. 

Massachusetts: A residence of one year in the State, and county six months, and pay- 
ment of a State or county tax, gives" the right to vote to male citizens of 21 years and 
upwards, except paupers and persons under guardianship. 

Michigan: A residence in the State of six months preceding the election entitles white 
male citizens, civilized Indians not a member of any tribe, and foreigners who have 
declared their intentions. 

Minnesota: The right to vote is extended tu male persons of 2> years of age, of the 
following classes, if they have resided in the United States one year, the State four 
months, and the election district ten day-. White citizens of the United States, and those 
of foreign birth who have declared their intentions to become citizens; persons of mixed 
white and Indian blood who have adopted the customs of civilization, and those of pure 
Indian blood who have heen pronounced capable by any district court of the State. 

Missouri: Citizens of the United states who have resided in the State one year, and 
county three months, are entitled to vote, unless disqualified by rebellion on taking the 
Oath of Loyalty. 

Nebraska: White citizens and foreigners who have declared their intentions. 

X' cada: White male citizenship, residence in the State six months and county thirty 
days. 

JV< 10 Hampshire: All male citizens, except paupers. 

y- d Jersey : A residence of one year In the State and five months in the county, gives 
the right to vote to white male citizens. 

Kew York) White male citizens of the United states, who have resided in the State one 
year, in the county four months, and election district thirty days, are entitled to vote, and 
all men of color who have resided in the State three years, and own and pay taxes on a 
freehold assessed at $L~*i. 

Ohio: Every white male citizen of 21 years of age, who has resided in the State one 
year. 

Oregon: White male citizens who have resided in the State six months are entitled to 
vote. 

Pennsytoania : Residence in the State one year, and ten days in the election district, 
with payment of a state and county tax assesse 1 ten days prior to an election, gives the 
right to vote, except that citizens between twenty-one and twenty-two years of age need 
not have paid the tax. 

/. b I- ml: A freehold possession of $13, or, If in reversion, renting for §7, together 
with a residence of one year in the State, and six months in the town: or, if no freehold, 
then a re Idenc ■ of tw • years In the State, and six months in the town, and payment of 
$1 tax or military service In 

if the Qnlted States, without regard to color, unless disqualified by 
bellion, who have resided In the State six months. 

n of the United States, who has resided in the State one year, and 

Will take tt 

West Virginia: White male cil .dents of the State one year, and count}' thirty 

da\s. unless disqualified by rebellion. 

.- Both « I citizens of the United States, or white foreigners 

who have declared their intentions to become citizens. 

1 "KKIGX. 

[n<3 ned the Premiership February 25, by reason of age 

and Infirmity, and was succeeded t>\ Dcnjamin Disraeli on the2dof March. The Ministry 
suffered severa >n.s relating to the Irish Established Church, 

and struggled hard to maintain Its power in Parliament during its sessions through the 
year, n ■ defeat 1 >ok place ou the evening of April 90, the Vote being 265 in his 

favor ' »»t him. I'nrllument was dissolved by proclamation dated November 11 

unda new election ordered, the writs to he returnable December 10. The result was largely 
against the M nlstry, and it consequently resigned. 

france. A bill for the re-organlsallon and strengthening the French army, which had 
excited considerable opposition, passed the Corps Legislatif January 14 by a vote of l'J9 to 60. 
The country has • •• . ■, s erj d -...,,[. uted. A movement In memory of Baudln, the 3d of 
D cember "martyr, was suppressed by order of the Emperor, and several newspapers 
heavily punished, Ln November and D< mber. 

S/Miin. A revolution broke out about the middle of September. The fleet joined the 
rebels, and the army generally participated, Queen Isabella fled, and on the 3d of October 
Marshal Serrano took possession o I the National Capital. A Provisional Junta was at once 



formed. It is composed as follows: Marshal Serrano, President; Castello, Minister of 
Commerce; Topete, Minister of the Marine; Aguirre, Minister of Justice; Gen. Prim, 
Minister of War; Oloyaga. Minister of Foreign Affairs; and Madoz, Minister of Finance. 
Insurrectionary movements occurred in one or two towns, but they were speedily sup- 
pressed. 

Italy. The Ministry was re-organized by Menabrea early in January, in such a manner 
as he was confident would be sustained by a majority of the House of Deputies. The Par- 
liament was prevented from re-assembling, owing to a heavy snow storm, an unprece- 
dented fact. The roads were so blocked by snow that the meeting was postponed until 
the 11th of January. The Pope has called the .Ecumunical Council for December 8. 18G9. 

Germany has been quiet. Naturalization treaties have been formed between the United 
States and Prussia and Bavaria. 

Crete. A handful of revolutionists have maintained their brave struggles in the moun- 
tains against the Turks. On the 10th of December, Turkey demanded, as an ultimatum, 
of Greece, that she cease all acts of sympathy. The ultimatum was rejected on the 10th 
and the same day the ambassadors of the two powers left the respective capitals to 
which they were accredited. A conference of the Great Powers will be held in January. 

Servia. Michael, Prince of Servia, was assassinated at 5 o'clock in the afternoon of 
June 10, while walking in the Park. 

The. Paraguayan War had progressed three years when our last Sketch Book was 
issued. After the battle of November 3, 1867, the Allies took up a line thirty miles long, 
and undertook to shut Lopez in Humaita. The squadron remained at its'old position 
near Humaita, and finally compelled its evacuation on the 24th of July. The place had 
been under seige since November 1, 1865. Considerable excitement was created in this 
country, in November, by reports of outrages on the American Legation, under Minister 
Washburn. The Paraguayans fell back to another line of defense, after the loss of 
Humaita. It is reported that Lopez has guaranteed ample apology for his insults to the 
American flag. 

In Peru, at the last advices we had when the Evening Journal Almanac went to press 
last year, .President Prado was beseiging the revolutionists in Arequipa. He gave them 
three days grace, in which to decide as to surrendering, which expired December 18, 
1867. He did not, however, open fire at that time, having to wait for re-enforcements. And 
when the battle began he was the defeated part3% instead of the victorious one. The 
bombardment began on the 26th of December. Several untoward events happened, his 
troops became demoralized, and on the 28th they were in full retreat. Prado returned to 
Lima, resigned, and Canseco, the chief of the insurgents, became President. He made 
his triumphal entry into Lima on the 23d of January. An election for President was held 
in May, at which Colonel Balta was chosen. 

Venezuela. General Joan C. Falcon, who had held the Presidency since 1864, was over- 
thrown by a revolution in June and July. 

Colombia. The Constitutional President was taken prisoner in this country about the 1st 
of July, and war followed. 

Mexico. A revolution was progressing in Yucatan, at the beginning of the vear. Juarez 
determined to let them fight it out among themselves. The Italian Government was the 
first to recognize the restoration of the Republic, by the appointment of a Minister, which 
it did in January. Disturbances have been frequent during the year. 

San Domingo was disturbed by a revolution early in January. The regular government 
fled to Turk's Island. 

Hayti has been disturbed by revolution throughout the year. It would be useless to 
trace the rise and fall of the petty rivals. 

The Sandwich Islands were visited with a terrible eruption of Mauna Loa Hawii in 
April, accompanied by continuous shocks of earthquakes. 

The coast of South America was visited by an earthquake in August, which destroyed 
whole cities in Peru and Chili 

The inhabitants of the island of St. Thomas voted, Januarv 11, on the question of 
annexation to the United States. The vote was 1244 to 22. The Danish Government 
signed a treaty for the sale of the Danish West India Islands to the United States Janu- 
uary 31, but it has not been confirmed by the United States Senate. 

The Abyssinian Expedition encamped at Senef'e, December 7, 1867, and remained there 
awaiting the arrival of its commander from India, Gen. Sir Robert Napier Ma^dala 
was captured on the 10th of April with considerable slaughter to the natives although 
the invaders suffered no loss. King Theodore was killed. 

Japan. A political revolution was consummated on these islands about the 1st of 
December, 1867. The Tycoon resigned his power to the Mikado, and a council of Damios 
was convened. The Mikado directed the Tycoon to administer the government in the 
interim, and he did so. in concert with the ministers of Mikado's court. Anion" the first 
acts of the ministerial council was to commission Charles W. Brooks Consul-General 
for the Empire in San Francisco. This was the first appointment of the kind made by 
that government. It was made because of the comparative proximity of the port the 
business that was springing up with it, and the fact that the United States was the'first 
country to conclude treaty with Japan, opening the land to foreign commerce The 
Tycoon, Statsbashi. undertook, in January, bv a coup d'etat, to obtain supreme control 
He was sustained by the northern portion of the Empire, and opposed bv the southern' 
Prince Satsuma was the leader of the latter. They obtained possession of the Mikado' 
a young lad, and issued all their orders in his name. A battle took place near A.sacka 
on the 28th of January, in which the Tycoon was beaten. He subsequentlv abandoned 
resistance, gave up nearly half of his private territory, and broke up his armv and navy 
He retired to Milo, walking there on foot in token of humility. A severe battlewas fought 
in Yedo on the 4th and 5th of July in which the southern forces were successful 

Bokhara. Russia has been conducting a war in Central Asia for three rears which' 
ended in May in the overthrow of the Bokharans and the capture of Samarcand ' 



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NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT. 



Governor. 

John T. Hoffman (Dem.).of New York 
City. Term expires January I, 1871. 

The Governor is elected by the people, 
holds ollice lor two years, is Commander- 
in-chief <>!' all the military and naval 
of the state, has power to convene the 
Legislature (or the Senate only) on extra- 
ordinary occasions, communicates by mes- 
sage to" the Legislature, to every Session, 
the condition of the state, and recommends 
such measures as he deems expedient, tran- 
sacts all necessary business with the officers 
of government, civil and military, expe- 
dites all measures resolved upon by the 
Legislature, takes care that the laws are 
faithfully executed, and lias tin- power of 
granting reprieves, commutations and par- 
dons !'or crimes. Salary. $ 1,1)00. 

Office in Executive Chamber, Capitol. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

at.t.k.v e. Beach (Dem ), ofWatertown. 
Term exoires January I, 1-71. 

Is elected by the people, holds office for 
two years, is President of the Senate, and 
has the cas la member 

of the Canal Hoard, is one or the commis- 
sioners of the Land i one of the 
commi Canal Fund, is one of 

the trustees of the Capitol, < of the trus- 

of the Idiot Asylum, and one of the 
the State Hall, and - 

of the 1 it the 

ms, is in:- 
otherv lo d schai i 

■ and iint.es of his office, they d svolve 
upon the J .■nor for the n 8i- 
due ol his term. Salary $o lor each day's 

attends 

Secretary of State. 

■ BR A N 01.), of POUgb- 

.:. i.iry 1, ! 
iple, hoi : 

I lie rec 'Ms. 
.;ng to the 
ardons 
and other executive and letclalatlve 

ler general 
. furnishes certl- 
the i S. Slate 
Iher persons au- 
thorise I to r ■ .. supervisee the 

i :. i ar. re 

. •• ntutlstics 

Infor- 

i mem- 

• 

intosloner of the 

1 

tru^l' Hall, 

andofthi I 

Office In 1 -or. 

Comptroll 

William : • uu I, of 

January i. I 

Is > . 'pie. holds ollice lor 

two ) id manages the 

fiscal to the 

annual revenues, expendi- 



tures and estimates, audits, examines and 
settles accounts due to or from the State, 
directs and superintends the collection of 
and other moneys, draws warrants 
on the Treasurer for the payment of debts 
due by the State, negotiates temporary 
loans, if necessary, to meet demands against 
the State, countersigns and registers all 
Hirers checks and receipts. He is a 
member of the Canal Board, a commis- 
sioner of the Land Office, and of the Canal 
Fund, a trustee of the Capitol, the State 
Hall and the Idiot Asylum. Salary, §2,500. 
Office in the State Hall, first door. 

Treasurer. 

\Vit F.Ei/EK H. Bristol ( Dem.), of Owego. 
Term expires January 1, 1S70. 

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 of the Comptrol- 
ler, the Auditor of the Canal Department 
and Superintendent of the Bank .Depart- 
ment, and keeps the State's bank account. 
He is a commissioner of the Land Office, 
and of the Canal Fund, a member of the 
Canal Board and Board of State Canvass- 
ers. Salary $2,500. 

Office in the State Hall, first floor. 

Attorney-General. 
Marshall B. Champlain (Dem.), of 
Cuba. Term expires January 1, 1370. 

Is elected by the people, holds office for 
two years, defends and prosecutes all suits 
in which the State is interested, receives 
adjudged to the State, prepares drafts 
of contracts, etc., for State officers, and 
prosecutes in their behalf persons violating 
the laws In regard to their departments, 
3 criminals at Oyer and Terminer, 
when required by the Governor or Justices 
of the supreme Court. He is a commis- 
sioner of the Land Otlice and of the Canal 
Fund, a member of the Canal Board and of 
ird of state Canvassers, a trustee of 
tie- Capitol and stale Hull. Salary, §2,000. 
Office in the State Hall, second floor. 

State Engineer and Surveyor. 

Van Uknsski.akk RICHMOND (Dem.), 
of Lyons. Term expires January 1, 1S70. 

Is elected by the people, holds office for 
two years, prescribes the duties of, and 
assigns divisions of canals to engineers, 
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 ol'State Canvassers, a commissioner 
of the Land Otlice, and a trustee of the 
state Ball. Salary, $2,500. 

I Mice in the State Hall, second floor. 

Superintendent of the Bank De- 
partment. 

GsobsbW. s. 111YL.KU (Rep.), of Ithaca. 
Term expired January 3, 18(i!). 

1 . appointed by the Governor and Senate, 
holds ollice for three years, has the general 
supervision of the banks of the State, and 



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135 



reports their condition annually to the Leg- 
islature, issues circulating notes to banks 
on their depositing securities, holds their 
stock and mortgage securities, and, when a 
bank proves insolvent, sells them and re- 
deems its circulation. Salary, $">.000. 
Olfice in the State Hall, second door. 

Superintendent of Insurance 
Department. 

William Barnks (Rep.), of Albany. 
Term expired April 5, 1888. 

Is appointed by the Governor and Semite, 
holds olfice lor three years, has the general 
supervision of all insurance companies 
transacting business in the State, and re- 
ports their condition annually to the Legis- 
lature. Salary, $5,000. 

Office in the State Hall, second door. 

Superintendent of Public In- 
struction. 

Abram B. Weaver (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 
schools; visits them; inquires into their 
management; advises and directs in regard 
to their course of instruction and discipline. 
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 to it that to each district, is set apart its 
proportionate share, and that the same is 
expended by the trustees and paid by the 
supervisors according to law. Decides all 
appeals, involving school controversies, 
that are brought before him, and his deci- 
sion is dual. He is charged with the gene- 
ral management of teachers'. institutes. He 
establishes rules and regulations concerning 
district school libraries. He makes appoint- 
ments of State pupils to the institutions fur 
the instruction o: the deaf and dumb and 
the blind, upon the certificate of the proper 
local officers: and he visits and inquires 
into the condition and management of these 
institutions. He is chairman of the execu- 
tive committee of the State Normal School, 
and apportions among the counties the 
number of pupils in that school to which 
each is entitled. He has charge of the In- 
dian schools. He is, ntB officio, a Regent of 
the University, and chairman of the com- 
mittee on teachers' classes in the acade- 
mies. He is, also, ex officio, a member of 
the board of trustees of the Idiot Asylum 
and of the People's College. He receives 
and compiles the abstracts of the reports 
from all the school-districts in the state. 
setting forth their condition and proceed- 
ings and the account of receipts and ex- 
penses for each year. 

His salary is $2,500. Office in the State 
Hall, second floor. 

Auditor of the Canal Department. 

Jasiks A. Bell (Rep.), of Watertown. 
Term expires April 5, 18/1. 

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 
officers, keeps accounts of canal receipts 
and expenditures, etc.. is.r.r officio. Secretary 
of the Canal Board and of the c mimission- 



ers of the Canal Fund, and a member of the 
Contracting Board. 
Office in the State Hall, first floor. 

Inspectors of State Prisons. 

John Hammond (Rep.), of Crown Point. 
Term expires .January 1, lbTO. 

Solomon Sihku (I)cni.), of Buffalo. 
Term expires January l, 1871. 

David B. ICoNixl (Dem.), of Auburn. 
Term expires January ;, 1872, 

on.- is dieted annually by the people, 
hold office three years, have general super- 
vision oi the prisons, appoint keepers and 
<j t ii'-r officers therein, jointly visit each 

prison lour times a year; one prison is 

assigned to the special chasge ol each at the 
beginning of ever] quarter: report annu- 
ally to the Legislature salary, §1,000, and 
§ixx) traveling expeo ■• . 

Canal Commissioners. 

STEPHEN T. IIavt (Rep.), of Corning. 
Term expires January 1. 1870. 

John 1). Pay I Dem.), of Rochester. Term 
e.\pins January 1, id7l. 

Oliver Basoom (Dem.), of Whitehall. 
Term expires January 1. 1872. 

one is elected annually by the people, 
bold office three years, have charge ol the 
public works, of the construction of new 
canal i, and, through the superintendents, of 
the repairs of tie- completed canals, report 
annually to the Legislature. Salary. £!,000.' 

The canals arc divided into three d. vi- 
sions, one of which is assigned to tl>c special 
charge of each commissioner. 

The Eastern Division consists of the Erie 
canal from Albany to east bank of Oneida 
Lakecanal, Albany basin. Champlaln canal 
and Glen's Falls Feeder, Black River canal 
and feeder, and Improvement of Black 
River reservoir— SIS miles. It is in charge 
of Commissioner Basoom. 

The Middle Division consists of the Erie 
canal from the east bank of Oneida Lake 
canal to the east line of Wayne county, 
Butternut Creek feeder. Limestone feeder, 
Cam il lus feeder. Oneida Lake canal, < Kwego 
canal, Oneida River Improvement, Seneca 
River towing-path, Baldwinsville canal, 
Cayuga and tteueca canal. Crooked Lake 

canal, Chemung canal and feeder, Cayuga 
inlet and Chenango canal— 310 miles. It is 
in charge of Commissioner 11 ay r. 

The western Division consists of the Erie 
canal from the east bounds of Wayne 
county to Buffalo, Including basin at the 
latter" place Genesee Valley canal, navi- 
gable, including Dansville side-cut and 
-ee Valley canal and extension not 
navigable— 279 miles. It is in charge of 
Commissioner Fay. 

Canal Board. 

Ai.i.kx C. BEACH, /'. fl '■ (Dem.) 

Homkk A. Nklsok, See. of Slate iDem.) 

William F. ai.i.ks. Comptroller, .. .(Dem.) 
WiiKKi.K.u II. HiusToi.. Ireaaurer,_fDem.) 
M A.BSHALL B Cm am ri .\ in. Att. frV7i.(Dem.) 
V w it. Richmond, HU Enp. dkSmr., (Dem.) 

BTPHJBN T. HaYT, Canal Cbm. (Rep.) 

John D. Fay, do (Bern.) 

OtivKii Basoom, do (Dem.) 

Meets at the Canal Department, fixes the 
rate, «.f tolls, appoints collectors of tolls, 
welghmasters, engineers and superintend- 

1 ents of repair-;, hears appeals from Canal 
Appraisers, remits penalties and regulates 

I police of the canals, etc. 



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Contracting Board. 

Van E. Richmond, St. Eng. <£ Sur., (Bern.) 

James A. Bell, Auditor, (Rep. ) 

Stephen T. Hayt, Canal Oomm'r, (Rep. ) 
John D. Fay, do (Dem.) 

Oliver Bascom, do (Dem.) 

Advertises for proposals and makes con- 
tracts lor work to be done on the canals. 

Canal Appraisers. 

Beman Brockway. Watertown. 
Elijah P. Brooks, Elrnira. 
William \Vasson, Auburn. 

Terms expired Starch 22, 1868. 

Appointed by the Governor and Senate ; 
hold office three years; duties are the ap- 
praisal of damages to individuals, growing 
out of the construction of the canals. Sal- 
ary. $2,000. and $500 for traveling expenses, 
at "three cents per mile. 

Commissioners of the Canal 
Fund. 
• This Board consists of Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor, Secretary of State, Comptroller, 
Treasurer and Attorney-! General. 

Thev have the superintendence of the 
Canal" Fund and of the Canal Debt, adver- 
tise for and negotiate loans, etc. 

Office in the Canal Department, State 
Hall, first floor. 

Commissioners of the Land 
Office. 

Lieutenant-Governor Beach. 

Speaker of the Assembly Y«>i:nglove. 

Becretary of State Nelson. 

Comptroller Allen. 

Treasurer Bristol. 

Attorney-General Ciiavpi a in. 

State Engineer and Surveyor Richmond. 

Bureau of Military Statistics. 

A. J. H. Dioannk, Chief. 

Collects and preserves all authentic ma- 
terial relatineto the history of tin- rebellion, 
bo lar as this State ta oonnected therewith; 
preserve personal sketches of each Individ- 
. l each regiment that bas entered th<> 
military service of the Unit 3 . during 
the rebellion, and is collecting a museum 
of trophies and mean he war, aid 

State Assessors. 

N'ol'.M IS M. A I ! I H, I ' ;'■ toll. 

a Blakkly, ' kego. 

Jons- l 1 . /kiii! .rk. 

The abore, with the Commissioner* of the 
Land Office, constitute i ..iliza- 

tlo|,. 

Commissioners of Public Ac- 
cou 

HaEI 

hols. 

Bl •• . \a "■ ■ y. 

Trustees of the Capitol. 
This Board ooneteti of the Governor, 
LleuU 
sembly, .-•• 

Trustees of the State Hall. 
This Board consists of the Governor, 
Lieutenant ikrr of t 

Bembly, Secrctai >' ol Si .•••. < 'ompl 
Treasurer. \ Uorney • leneral an 
gineer and Burveyor. 



New Capitol Commissioners. 

Hamilton Harris, Albany. 
John V. L. Pruyn, Albany. 
O. B. Latham Seneca Falls. 
Jami- s. Thayer. New York City. 
Ai inzo B. Cornell, Ithaca. 
Wm. A. Hick. Albany. 
Jam bb Terwilliger, Syracuse. 
John t. Huhson, Buffalo. 

Chairman, Hamilton Harris. 

Secretarv, James Terwilliger. 

Treasurer, John V. L. Pruyn. 

Regents of the University. 

WITH the dates of their appointment. 

The Governor, ex officio. ' 

The Lieutenant-Governor, ex officio. 

The Secretary of State, e < officio. 

Supt. of Public Instruction, ex officio. 

1896. (Julian C. Verplanck New iTork. 

i Vastus Corning Albany. 

1833. Prosper M. Wetmore New York. 

1-1:2. Gideon Ilawley, Albany. 

1-14. John V. L. Pruyn Albany. 

1846. Robert Campbell, Bath. 

1-17. Samuel Luckey, Rochester. 

1-47. Robert G. Rankin Newburgh. 

1835. Krastus C.Benedict, New York. 

■oree W. Clinton, Buffalo. 

1867, baac Parks, Whitehall. 

18-t8. Lorenzo Burrows......... Albion. 

1859. Roberts. Hale Elizabethtown. 

ias W. Leavenworth,.. Syracuse. 

1861. J.Carson Brevoort Brooklyn. 

1869. George R. Perkins, Utica. 

1864. Alexander S. Johnson,... Albany. 

1- f. (ieoree Win. Curtis N. Shore, S.I. 

n illiam H.Goodwin,.... Geneva. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 
JOHN V. L. Prfyn, Chancellor. 
Gulian ('. Verplanck, Vice-Chancellor. 
Samuel B. Woolworth, Secretary. 
Daniel J. Pratt, Assistant Secretary. 

State Library. 

Stephen B. Griswold, Librarian, Law 
Library. 

II. \. 1Iomk<. Librarian, General Librai~y. 

Nokman s. Cruriss, Assistant Librarian. 

.Mies the building in the rear of the 

Capitol; contain^ 72,500 volumes, and is 

under care Of the Regents of the University 

a-s tru 

.1 \ m i a 11 all, Curator of the State Cabinet. 

Governor's Staff. 

Franklin Townsend, of Albany, Adju- 
tant-H' i\' nil. 

James McQuade, of Utica, Inspector- 
Qt neraL 

Wm. II. Morris, of New York, Commis- 
sure Oeneralot Ordnance. 

Wmii km M. Tweed, Jr., of New York, 
/.'/i'/i 'i"T- m-C/iiV/. 

Jam is B, Craig, of Brooklyn, Judge- 
Advocate-General. 

.1 kCOB s. Mosiier, of Albany, Surgeon- 
<;< neraL 

< '. Fitch Bissell, of Rochester, Quarter- 
ma&ter-Oent mi. 

1:01. J. AIagee, of Havana, Paymas- 

t> l-lr' ll'lill. 

Wh.i.iam Sehacii, of New York, Com- 
ry-Qenerat of Subsistence. 

I 'HXODOBB P. Cook, of Utica. Military 
s cretary. 

John I). Van Blt.en, of Newburgh, 
J'rirnt '<• Secretary. 



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137 



THE JUDICIARY. 



The Court for the Trial of Impeachments of State Officers 

Is composed of the President of the Senate, the Senate and the Judges of the Court of Appeals- 

The Court of Appeals 

Consists of eight Judges ; four are elected on a general ticket, and serve eight years, and four are 
selected from the Justices of the Supreme Court having the shortest time to serve. The Judge of 
the four chosen at large, having the shortest term to serve, sits as Chief Judge. Six Judges con- 
stitute a quorum. Salary. $3,500. This Court is composed of the following named Judges : 



Names. 


Politics. 


Terms expire. 


Residences. 






December:;: 
December 31. 1971.. 
December 31, 
December 31, 1878.. 
December 31, 1 ->;''.. 
December.';!. 
December:;: 
December 31, 1809.. 


Hamilton. 






Ward Hunt 




Martin Grover 














Lhrdenaborgh. 






Buffalo 







Republican, 6 : Democrat, 2. 

Clerk, Edwin 0. Perrix, of Queens ; Deputy, Cornelius Ten Brook, of Albany ; State Re- 
porter, Samuel Hand, of Albany. 

TERMS — At Albany, 1st Tuesday of January, 4th Tuesday of March, 3d Tuesday of June, and 
last Tuesday of September. 

The Supreme Court 

Consists of thirty-three Justices. The State is divided into eight judicial districts, in each of which 
there are four Justices. 3 One Justice is elected in eacli district every alternate year (1*»;7. '69, etc.) 



Districts. 



1st. The city and county of 
New i'ork. 



2d. Richmond, Suffolk, Or- 
ange, Kings, Westchester, 
Queens, Rockland, Dutch- 
ess and Putnam counties. 

3d. Columbia, Rensselaer, 
Sullivan, Ulster, Albany, 
Greene and Schoharie 
counties. 

4th. Warren, Saratoga, St. 
Lawrence, Washington, 
Essex, Franklin, Clinton, 
Montgomery, Hamilton, 
Fulton and Schenectady 
counties. 

5th. Onondaga, Jefferson, 
Oneida, Oswego, Herki- 
mer and Lewis counties. 

6th. Otsego, Delaware. Ma- 
dison, Chenango, Tomp- 
kins, Broome, Chemung, 
Schuyler, Tioga and Cort- 
land counties. 

7th. Livingston, Ontario, 
Wayne, Yates, Steuben, 
Seneca, Cayuga and Mon- 
roe counties. 

8th. Erie, Chautauqua, Cat- 
taraugus, Orleans. Niag- 
ara, Genesee, Allezany 
and Wyoming counties. 



Names. 



Thomas W. Gierke. 
Josiah Sutherland.. 
Daniel P. Ingraharn 

Albert Cardozo 

Geo. G. Barnard ... 

John A. Lott' 

Joseph F. Barnard. 
Jasper W. Gilbert.. 
Abraham B. Tappan 

Theodore Miller... 
Charles R. Ingalls.. 
Henry Hogebcom.. 
Rufus W. Peckham. 

AmaziahB. James. 
Enoch II. Rosecrans 

Piatt Potter 

Augustus Bockes... 



Residences. 



New York .... 
New York .... 
New York .... 
New York .... 
New York .... 

Brooklyn 

Poughkeepsie 

Brooklyn 

Fordham 



William J. Bacon 
Henry A. Foster.. 

Joseph Mullin 

Le Roy Morgan .. 

William Murray. Jr. 5 

Ransom Balcom 

Douglas Boardman. 
John M. Parker.... 

Charles C. Dwidit". 
B. Darwin Smith ... 
Thomas A. Johnson 
James C. Smith .... 

Charles Daniels 4 

Richard P. Marvin 
Ge<>rge D. Lamont 7 
George Barker 



Hudson 

Troy 

Hudson 

Albany 

Ogdensburgh 

Glens Falls 

Schenectady 

Saratoga Springs. 



Utica 

Oswego 

Watertown , 
| Syracuse.... 

Delhi 



Binghamton. 

Ithaca 

Owego 



Auburn 

Rochester .... 
Corning 

Canandaigua. 

Buffalo 

Jamestown ... 

Lock port 

Fredonia 



Politics. 



Terra exp. 



Democrat. .. 
Democrat... 
Democrat. . . 
Democrat. .. 
Democrat... 

Democrat.. . 
Democrat. .. 
Democrat.. . 
Democrat... 

Democrat. .. 
Democrat... 
Republican , 
Democrat... 

Republican., 
Republican.. 
Republican.. 

Republican.. 



Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 
Repub.ican. 

Republican. 
Republican. 

Republican. 
Republican. 

Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 

Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 



D • '. 
' Dec. 31, 

Dec. 31. 
Dec. 31. 

' Dec. 31. 

Dec. 31. 

, Dec. 31. 

j Dec. 31. 

I Dec. 31, 
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D-\ .:l. 
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1*59 
1871 
1873 
1-7.5 
1876 

1871 
1873 

1-7.3 

1869 
1-71 
1?73 
1*75 
1899 

1-71 

■ 
1-75 



! Dec. 31, 1869 
Dec. 31, WC1 
Dec. 31. 1873 

i Dec. 31. 1875 

1 Dec. 31, 1869 

, Dec. 31, 1871 

! Dec. 31. 1873 

Dec. 31, 1-75 

' Dec. 31. 1«69 

Dec. 31, 1871 

! Dec. 31. 1873 

, Dec. 31, 1875 

Dec. 31. 1869 
Dec. 31,1871 
Dec. SI, 1-73 
Dec. 31. 1875 



i Appointed January 20, 18t>8, vice Wright, deceased. • Appointed January 4. 18*8, vice Porter, 
resinned. 3 There is one extra Judse in the city of New York. *Electedto fill the vacancy 
caused by the decease of Jamks C. UoTT. 5 Appointed, vice Mason, resigned. c Appointed, vice 
Welles, deceased. ' Appointed, vice Davis, resigned. 

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NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. 



SENATE. 

The Senate consists of 32 members, who are elected in November every alternate year 
(1S69, 1871, etc.), and hold their office lor two years irom the first of January next succeed- 
ing. The State is divided into 32 Districts, each choosing one Senator. The Senators 
receive a compensation of $3 per diem during the session, but not for more than one 
hundred days. The Lieutentent-Governor is, ex officio, President of the Senate. 

First District 

Consists of Suffolk. Queens and Richmond 
counties. Population, in 1S65, 129,075. The 
Senator is 

LEWIS A. EDWARDS (Dem.), of Orient, 
Suffolk county. Mr. E. was born on Gar- 
deners Island, Suffolk county, June i\ 
181 1 ; began business life as a grocer's clerk, 
was appointed collector of wharfage in 
ls.32 ; subsequently with his associates leased 
nearly all the wharves in New York city; 
in lstii entered with a company on the man- 
ufacture of fish oil and guano. He is a 
member of the Committee on Claims and 
Agriculture, lie was elected by a vote of 
1 1 .226 against 7,390 tor Jeremiah Simonson 
(Rep.) 

Second District 

Consists of the 1st, 2d, 3d, -1th, 5th. 7th. 11th, 
13th, 15th, liith and 20th wards of Brooklyn, 
Kings county. Population, in 1865, 138,539. 
The Senator is 

JAMES T. PIERCE (Dem.). of Brooklyn. 
He was born in St. Lawrence county, and 
was several years a delegate to Democratic 
State Conventions. He was elected County 
Clerk in 1861, on a Union ticket, on which 
he represented his party ; at the expiration 
of bis term he removed to Brooklyn. He 
is a Lawyer. lie is a mem 
mitteeoii Commerce and Navigation and 
nchment. He whs elected by a vote 
ot 13,6 10 against 9,712 lor William \V. Good- 
rich (Rep.) 

Third District 

Consists of the Gth. 8th. Bth, 1 *h, 12th, 14th, 

lGtb, i7th and 18th wards ot Brooklyn, and 

untv towns of Kings county Popu- 

lalion, in 1885, \TLZi5. The Kenal 

HENRYC MURPHY Dem.), of Brook- 
lyn. Mr. M. was bur 

• of 1 rlsh a:. 'I Rngiish il.--.-ent ; is a 

mnty 
in i-;p: w.^s admitted to the bar ::. 
and ■•• - lently appointed Corpora- 

Lttnrney ol Brook I) 
Urooklvu : was a 

Ilielli!i« r Oftlie - Ol the 

• intlonal ' f 1HI6. nf the 

un !• r It ichnn- 
aii's a Imlnl (ration, i-^.r '81, ai I 
. 

tionul < "on- 
venllon In the • • rnem- 

berol tle-i m I Inn Ju 

and Itules. II 17,'JH 

against 7,967 for CJeur^.- P, WU1«* (RepO 

Fourth District 
Consists ol Ith. 6th, 6th. 7th, 

13th and lllh ward-, oi .\. .v York. Popula- 
tion. In l- ■ ■ r In 

WILLIAM '•! TW KKI) l un U 'm.), of 
New York c.ty. Mr. T. W81 born In New 



York citv, April 5, 1823, graduated at the 
New York University, and is a Lawyer. 
He was an Alderman for the 7th ward 1S52 
-.><; member of 33d Congress, to which he 
was elected November. 18-53; School Com- 
missioner 7th ward, 186 '57 : Supervisor New 
York county since 18-58. having been elected 
at the expiration of each term — nis present 
term expires January, 1869; Deputy Street 
Commissioner. 1862 '66, and Chairman Gen- 
eral Committee Tammany Hall, 1862 '66. He 
is a member of the Committee on Finance, 
Charitable and Religious Societies and 
Internal Affairs of towns and counties. He 
received a vote of 16.1-H against 5,966 lor 
James E. Kerrigan (Moz. Dem.), 2,175 for 
Andrew \V. Legget (Pep.), and 1,466 lor 
Thomas Montgomery (.Dem. Un.) 

Fifth District 

Consists of the Sth, 9th, 15th and lGth wards 
of New York city Population in 1865, 
188,146. The Senator is 

MKHAEL NORTON (Tarn. Dem.), 116 
Varick street, New York city. He was 
born in Ireland, December 25, 1837: is a 
Cooper; was Alderman 3d district, 1865, '66; 
re-elected for the same, 1867 '68; was mus- 
tered in the 25th Regiment, N. Y. S. V., 
and was commissioned as Captain, May 
11, 1881, and honorably discharged the fol- 
lowing November. In the canvass he 
red the indorsement of Mozart and 
other organizations. He is a member of 
the Committee on Manufactures andPublic 
ir i. He received a vote of 11,218, 
against 6,206 for William R. White (Rep.) 
or Charles Ulauvelt (Dem. Un.;, and 
2,119 for John Keyser (Cons. Rep.) 

Sixth District 

Consists of the loth, nth and 17th wards of 
the city of New York. Population, in 1865, 
The Senator is 
THOMAS J. CREAMER (Tam. Dem.), 
Of New York city. He was born, May 26, 
1811, of Irish descent; left the common 
schools of New York at the early age of 
ten years, and w;us soon employed in the 
dry gOOds establishment of A. T. Stewart 
A Co., where he remained tor several years ; 
he labored night and day to improve a defi- 
cient education, and, at the age of 21, was 
admitted to the bar He was elected to the 
lily when but 23 years of age, being 
a member in 1865, '68 and '67. He is a 
member of the Committees on Municipal 
Affairs, Grievances and Engrossed Rills, 
ived a vote of 1 ,122, against 3,578 for 
William T. Ashman (Rep.), and 2,339 for 
John H. McKinley (Moz. Dem.) 

Seventh District 

< 'onslsts of the 18th, 20th and 2lst wards of 
the city of New York. Population in 1S65, 
113,11.6. The Senator is 



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139 



JOHN J. BRADLEY (Tarn. Dem.), of 
New York city. lie was born in the third 
ward, March, 1831 ; his parents emigrated to 
this country in 1827 ; lie was educated at the 
G rammer school of Columbia College; was 
clerk in the Importing house of George 
Pearce & Co., during the five years previous 
to his coming of age; he then entered the 
livery stable business, which he still fol- 
lows; was elected Councilman in 1858 by a 
majority of three votes, and Alderman in 
18>7 ; he was a member of the Senate In 
1862 '63. In 1860, Mayor Hoffman nominat- 
ed and the Board of Aldermen confirmed 
him as President of the Croton Aqueduct 
Department, but the incumbent claimed to 
hold over under legislative enactment, and 
he declined to go to court. He is a member 
of the Committees on Insurance, Privileges 
and Elections, and Bait. He received a vote 
of 11,339, against 5.950 for Christopher Pull- 
man (Rep.), and 5,443 for John Hardy (Moz. 
Dem.) 

Eighth District 

Consists of the 12th, 19lh and 22d wards of 
the city of New York. Population in 1865, 
115,595. The Senator is 

HENRY \V. GENET (Tarn. Dem.). of 
Harlem, New York city. He was born in 
Wetherslield, Conn., Februar3* 27, 1828 ; is a 
Lawyer ; was formerly a Whig ; was elected 
Councilman in 1857, on the Democratic 
ticket ; was elected Alderman in 1858, re- 
elected in 1S60, and President of the Board 
in 1801: was County Clerk in 1865, '67, and 
member of Assembly in 1S67. He is a mem- 
ber of the Committees on Railroads, Public 
Health and Indian Affairs. He received a 
vote of 8,180. against 5,394 for Wilson Berry- 
man (Rep.), and 4,973 for Michael Tuomey 
(Moz. Dem.) 

Ninth District 

Consists of the counties of Putnam, Rock- 
land and Westchester. Population, in 1865, 
136.830. The Senator is 

WILLIAM CAULDWELL (Dem.), of 
Morrisania, Westchester county. He was 
born in New York city, October 12, 1824; 
was educated there and at Jefferson Col- 
lege, La. : served an apprenticeship at the 
printing business; is editor and publisher 
of the New York Mercury and New York 
Sunday Mercury: has been part proprietor 
of the establishment since 1850; has been 
elected Supervisor 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 Morrisania; he has 
also held several other positions of public 
trust. He is a member of the Committees 
on State Prisons and Printing. He received 
a vote of 12.3.52 against 9,248 for James N. 
Husted (Rep.) 

Tenth District 

Consists of the counties of Orange and Sul- 
livan. Population, in 1365, 1U2.900. The 
Senator is 

WILLIAM M. GRAHAM (Dem.).of Mid- 
dletown, Orange county. He was born In 
the town of Minlsink (now Green ville), Sep- 
tember 8, lSI'.t; received an academic edu- 
cation at Montgomery and Kidgeway ; is a 
Banker and President of Wallkill National 
Bank, and was Treasurer of Orange county 
1854-'00. He is a member of the Commit- 
tees on Banks and Railroads. He received 
a vote of 10,087 against 9,454 for Henry R. 
Low (Rep.) 



Eleventh District 

Consists of the counties of Columbia and 
Dutchess. Population, in 1865, 110,097. The 
Senator is 

Alii A 1 1 W. PALM ER (Rep.), of Amenia, 
Dutchess county, where he was born, Jan- 
uary J."), 1835; he entered Union College, but 
sailed lor Europe, on account of ill health, 
in his Junior year, and did not return to 
graduate; is a Parmer; was ■.<. Biember of 
Assembly in l-<;<), and in I8G6, bewafl ap- 
pointed, by Gov. Penton, a Commissioner 
to locate the Hudson River state Hospital 
lor the Insane, and one of the Managers of 
the same in i-'.t. lie is Chairman of the 
Committees on Banks and Charitable and 
Kellgious Societies, and a member of the 
Committees on Municipal AflbJra and 
agriculture. He received a vote of 12,002 
against 11,370 for Jacob Jewett (Dem.) 

Twelfth District 
Consists of the counties of Rensselaer and 
Washington. Population, in 1805, 1:11,454. 

The Senator is 
FRANCIS S. THAYEB fRep.). of Troy. 

He was horn in Dumiiiersion. Windham 
county, Vt., September 11. 1822; left the 
Vermont common schools at the early age 
of 16; went to Troy in 1842; served live 
years as clerk, and was then admitted as 
partner in the business in which he is now 
engaged, the manufacture of flour ; he 
his first vote i"r Henry Clay, in 1844, and 
remained a whig from that tune until the 
formation of the Republican party, when 
he became a Republican. He i> Chairman 
of the Committee on Manufactures and 
Public Expenditures and a member of the 
Committees on Canals and Puhlic Build- 
ings. He received a vote of 14,386 against 
12,785 for Albert H. Grlswold (Dem.), run- 
ning 532 ahead of the State tick- t. 

Thirteenth District 

Consists of the county of Albany. Popula- 
tion, in 1865. 115.501. The senator is 

A. BLEEt/KER BANKS (Dem.), of 
Albany. He was born in New York city, 
March 7, 1835, graduated at Columbia Col- 
lege; is a Law Bookseller, and was Mem- 
ber Of Assembly In 18K2, He is a member 
of the Committees on Municipal Affairs and 
Public Buildings. He received a vote of 
11. '174 against 10,805 for Charles H.Adams. 
(Rep.) 

Fourteenth District 

Consists of the counties of (ireene and 
Ulster. Population, in 1505, 107,319. The 
Senator is 

GEORGE BEACH (Dem.). of Catskill. 
He was born in Winchester, Conn., July 
26,1817; is a Merchant; was a Senator in 
1861 '65, serving on the Committee on Pail- 
roads; was appointed a Colonel in the 
National Guard, In 1883, by Governor Sey- 
mour, and a Brigadier-General. In 1867, by 
Governor Penton. He is a member of the 
Committee on 1 and Roads and 

Bridges. He received a vote of lO/Joo 
against 8,989, for Joshua Tiers, Jr. (Rep.) 

Fifteenth District 

Consists of the counties of Fulton, Hamil- 
ton, Montgomery, Saratoga and Schenec- 
tady. Population, ui I860, 129,392 The 
Senator is 

CHARLES STANFORD (Rep.), of Sche- 
nectady. He was born in Watervliet, 
Albany county, April 26, 1819; was educated 



140 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



in the common schools, at Prattstown 
Academy, Steuben county, and Clinton 
Liberal institute, Oneida county ; was for- 
merly a contractor, taking, in 1844, a large 
contract to grade the ravine in the city of I 
Albany, known as the Hudson street hol- 
low, which was followed by contracts on 
the Pittsheld and North Adams and Hud- 
son River Railroads. In 18-50, he went to 
California, and soon after, with three of his 
brothers, established the commercial tirai 
of Stanford Brothers, which speedily be- 
came one of the largest and wealthiest on 
the Pacific coast ; it still exists, with th< - 
ator at its head. In 1S54, the interests of the 
firm requiring that one of its members 
Bbould reside near New York city, Mr. s. 
returned to this State, and, in 1861. lookup i 
his residence in Schenectady county, pur- 
chasing a large farm in Niskayuna, on 
which he still resides. He was a Member 
of Assembly in 1804, '65, serving the former 
year on the Committees on Public Land ' 
and Public Printing, and the latter, as 
Chairman of the Committee on Railroads. | 
He was a delegate to the National Conven- 
tion of the Republican party, held in Balti- 
more in 1864. He was elected to the Senate 
in 1865, in a strong Democratic district 
(Delaware, Schenectady and Schoharie 
counties), by a majority of 1,614 In 1867, he 
was appointed Chairman of the Canal In- 
vestigating Committee, which, by a resolu- 
tion, was permitted to sit daring the r 
and, pursuant to a resolution ol the Consti- 
tutional Convention, reported to that body. 
He is Chairman of the Committee on 
Canals and a member of the Committee on 
Commerce and Navigation. Insurance and 
Retrenchment. He received a vote of 
14,467, against 13,225 for Adam W. Kline 
(Rep.) 

Sixteenth District 

Consists of the counties of Clinton, ! 
and Warren. Population. In I 
The Senator is 

MATTHEW HALE (Hep.), ofElixabeth- 

town, Essex county. H<- was born In Chel- 

t. \'t., June 20, 1829; graduated at the 

Vermont University In 1851; i- :i Lawyer; 

studied with Kellogg A Hale I tabeth- 

town ; admitted to bar in I «d in 

ikeepsie until 1850; In New York in 

:, and since that time In EUzaheth- 

town. He was a member oi the consti- 
tutional convention. He - Chairman of 

the ( oiumittees on ( 'la: ins and I 
and ;.'. \ "--li- 

gation, and a member ol the Committee 
on State Prisons, in IBM he removed to 
Alban 

in a • law Arm. 1 1 ; iv. -d a 

vote 7,sh for Mi !'. Ule A. 

d i Demj 

Seventeenth District 
Consists of the oonnl n oi Prank lin and St. 
Lawrence, >. The 

Benal 

ABRAHAM I P » RH I R K | 
Potsdam. He was born unity, 

Yt., November 14, isfi: i- ■ i kwyer, and 
graduated from the Alba iooi in 

1s.m ; was a liember \ 
'ifi ; be was appointed P initiator ol 
dam in 1865, and was reti .ed In 
opposing the Phlladelpti \ i uv«-ntlon 
movement Be Is Chah ol the » om- 

mittees on Insurance tv t i < J Public Health, 
and a member of the Committee on 

roads and Public Expendltur - He 



ed a vote of 12,333 against 5,659 for William 
H. Wallace (hem.) 

Eighteenth District 

Consists of the counties of Jefferson and 
Lewis. Population in 1865, 94,288. The 
Senator is 

JOHN O'DONNELL (Rep.) of Lowville, 
Lewis county. Mr. O. was born at Fort 
Ann. Washington county, in 1S27, and set- 
tled in Lowville in 1849. He is a merchant ; 
\\;ls member of Assembly in 1864, and of 
the Senate in 1866, '67 ; he was a delegate to 
the Baltimore Convention and of the Re- 
publican State Convention in 1864. He is 
Chairman of the Committee on Finance, 
and a member of the Committees on Priv- 
ileges. Elections, Public Health and Print- 
inn. He received a vote of 10,017 against 
8,370 for Lewis II. Brown (Dem.) 

Nineteenth District 

Consists of the county of Oneida. Popula- 
tion in 1885. 102.713. The Senator is 

SAMUEL CAMPBELL (Rep.), of New 
York Mills. He was born in Tarbolton, 
Ayrshire, Scotland, February 14, ISO!); 
emigrated to America in 1831, and entered 
tho employ of Marshall & Walcott, at New 
York Mills; the firm is now Walcott & 
Campbell, and is extensively engaged in 
the manufacture of cotton fabrics: he was 
a member of the Oneida county War Com- 
mittee in 1862. and of the Board of Supervi- 
In 1863, '64; he was a delegate to the 
Baltimore Convention in 1864, and in 1S65 
w;is elected to the Senate and was re-elect- 
ed in 1887. He was formerly a Whig. In 
addition to his avocation as a manufacturer 
he Is an extensive Farmer. He is Chair- 
man of the Committees on Railroads and 
Agriculture, and a member of 'the Com- 
mittees on Internal Affairs of Towns and 
Counties and Poor Laws. He received a 
of 10,875 against 10,716 for George H. 
Sanford (Dem.) 

Twentieth District 
its of Herkimer and Otsego counties. 
Population In 1865,87,770. The Senator is 

John b. van petxen (Rep.) of 

Fairfield, Herkimer county, lie was born 
in Sterling, Cayuga couuty, June 19, 1&29; 
Kruduated from Wesleyan University, class 
of 1854; is Principal oi the Fairfield Acad- 
emy, lie was mustered id TJ. S. serviceas 
Chaplain 31th N. Y. Vols., June 15, 1861; 
promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel 164th N. 
V. Vols. September 6th, 1862; was in the 
battles of Edward's Ferry, Fair Oaks, Al- 
ien's Farm, Savage station. Qlendale or 
White Oak swamp, and Malvern Hill, with 
84th N. Y. Vols., as Lieutenant-Colonel; 
u:i> in tin' battle with the gunboat Cotton; 
ami as Lieutenant-Colonel commanding 
regiment, participated in the battles of 
Blslan, Port Hudson, Sabine Cross, Pleas- 
ant Grove, Bfansura, Cane river and Ope- 
quan. In the bloody assault on Port Hud- 
sonon the 14th of June, 1863, commanded 
s Brigade, which lost in the engage- 
ment, in killed and wounded, half its num- 
i. r D iring the last of the siege of Port 
Hudson, was in command of the First 
Battalion of the Storming Brigade, to 
which was given the advance when the 
formal entry was made in the town; was 
severely wounded in the battle of Opequan, 
at about 11 A. M., but remained on the 
Held until P. M, when the victory was 
won. In every battle in which he partici- 



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141 



pated commanding a regiment or brigade, 
was complimented in orders by his com- 
manding ollicers. Upon the recommenda- 
tions of Generate Banks, Emery and Sheri- 
dan, was promoted, March 1st, 1865, for 
gallant and meritorious conduct, to the 
rank of Brevet Brigadier-General ; was 
appointed Commissary-General of Subsist- 
ence on Governor Fenton's stall", but d •- 
dined, to remain in the lield ; was appoint- 
ed Colonel of the l'.cid N. Y. Vols., April 1st, 
1805, and continued in service until .Ian. 
28th, 1866. He voted for Fremont in 1856, 
and has been identified with the Republican 
party ever since. He is Chairman of the 
Committee on Internal Affairs of Towns 
and Counties, and a member of the Com- 
mittees on Literature and Engrossed Hills. 
He received a vote of 10,303 against 9,773 for 
Do Witt C. Bates (Hem.) 

Twenty-First District 

Consists of the counties of Madison and 
Oswego. Population in 1865, 118,087. The 
Senator is 

ABNER C. MATTOON (Rep.) of Oswego. 
He was born in Locke, Caj'uga county, 
October 15, 1815, is a Forwarder and Com- 
mission Merchant; was Supervisor 1851 '51; 
has been a member of the City Board of 
Education for thirteen years, and was the 
organizer of the present school system of 
the city; has carried the third ward of the 
city ten times, notwithstanding it has been 
most of the time strongly Democratic; he 
was a Member of Assembly in 1*03, '04. He 
is Chairman of the Committee on Public 
Buildings and Printing, and a member of 
the Committees on Canals and Salt and 
Erie Investigation. He received a vote of 
12,855 against 9,'293 for Robert C. Kenyon 
(Dem.) 

Twenty-Second District 

Consists of Cortland and Onondaga coun- 
ties. Population in 1805, 118,147. The 
Senator is 

GEORGE N. KENNEDY (Rep.), of Syra- 
cuse. He was born in Marcellus, Onondaga 
county, September 11, 1822; is a Lawyer, of 
the rirmot Sedgwick, Andrews it Kennedy, 
and was a Democrat until ls>4, when he 
joined in the .Republican movement, lie 
is Chairman of the Committees on Priv- 
ileges and Elections, and Salt, and a member 
of the Committees on Municipal Affairs and 
Indian Affairs. He received a vote of 
13,340 against 10,883 for Henry S. Randall 
(Dem.) 

Twenty-Third District 

Consists of Chenango, Delaware and Scho- 
harie counties. Population, in 1805, 113,351. 
The Senator is 

JOHNF HUBBARD.Jr. (Dem.l, of Nor- 
wich, Chenango county, where he was born, 
October 11th, 1822; he is editor of the Che- 
nango Union; has held department clerk- 
ships in Washington; was in the War and 
Interior Departments from 1S47 to 1852 ; was 
a Justice of the Peace from IsOO to 1SU3. when 
he resigned; was appointed Assessor of 
Internal Revenue for the 19th district, in 
October, 180!, but held only until the 4th of 
March following, not being confirmed. He 
is a member of the Committee on Erection 
of Towns and Counties and Engrossed Bills. 
He received a vote of 1-.740 against 12,493 
for Daniel Waterbury (Rep.) 

Twenty-Fourth District 

Consists of the counties of Broome, Tioga 



and Tompkins. Population, in 1865, 96,792 
The Senator is 

ORLOW W. CHAPMAN (Rep.), of 
Binguampton. He was born in Ellington, 
Conn., January 7, 1832; graduated at Union 
College in 1854; is a Lawyer; is District 
Attorney of Broome county, to which ollice 
he was appointed to (ill vacancy in 1882; 
was reelected in the fall and again in 1865. 
lie is Chairman of the committee on 
Literature and Erection of Towns and 

Counties, and a member of the 4 Sommittees 

on Claims, Roads and Hrilges and Brie In- 
vestigation, He received a Vote oj 12£29, 
against 0,488 for Oliver C. Crocker (Dem.) 

Twenty-Fifth District 
Consists of Cayuga and Wayne counties. 
Population, in lbttd. 103.228. The Senator is 
STEPHEN K. WILLIAMS (Rep.), 0* 
Newark, Wayne county. Mr. W. was born 
in Bennington, Vermont. May 9, 1846. He 
is a Lawyer; was District Attorney of 
Wayne county, ls51 '53, Member ol the 
Senate Of 1864, 65, '68, '67. lie is Chairman 
of the Committees on State Prisons and Re- 
trenchment, and a im ruber of the Commit- 
tees on Judiciary and Rules. He received a 
vote of 11,503 against 8,430 lor Euos T. 
Throop Martin (Dem.) 

Twenty-Sixth District 

Consist-. Of the counties of Ontario, Seneca 
ami Yates. Population, In 1365, 90,307. The 
Senator is 

ci I A 1'vLES J. FOLGEB (Rep.).of Geneva, 
Ontario county. He w;us born in Nan- 
tucket. Mass., April 16, 1818; hi* parents re- 
moved to Geneva when he was twelve years 
of age; he entered Geneva (now Hobart; 
College in 1833 and graduated in 1530: was 
admitted to the bar in 1839; appointed 
Master and Examiner in Chancery in 1-43, 
which he held until the adoption of the 
present Constitution; was appointed First 
Judge of Ontario county Common Pleas in 
February, 1844, and resigned in li45; was 
County judge, 1S5J, '55; has been a member 
of the State Senate since 1861, serving each 
session as Chairman of the Committee on 
the Judiciary ; and the present Senate, also, 
as Chairman of Rules, and a member of 
Finance and Grievances. He was a mem- 
ber of the Constitutional Convention and 
Chairman of the Judiciary Committee of 
that body. He was a Democrat until 1S56, 
acting with the Free Soilers in 184S. He 
received a vote of 9,815 against 8,571 for 
Darius A. Ogden (Dem.) 

Twenty-Seventh District 

Consists of the counties of Chemung, Schuy- 
ler and Steuben. Population, in 1865, 116,556. 
The Senator is 

JOHN I. NICKS (Rep.), of Elmira. Mr. 
N. was. born at Rhinebeck. Dutchess county, 
in 1822; is a Tobacconist; is a self-made man, 
having had no advantages of an early edu- 
cation ; was formerly a Whig, then an 
American, and now a Republican: has re- 
sided in Elmira nineteen years, during 
winch he has held various local positions, 
beginning as Foreman of a Fire Company, 
then Chief Engineer of the Department, 
Village Trustee, President of the Village, 
Member of the Board of Education, and for 
two terms Mayor of the city ; he was ap- 
pointed United States Internal Revenue As- 
sessor by President Lincoln, but was re- 
moved by President Johnson. He is Chair- 
man of the Committee on Poor Laws and 
Roads and Bridges, and a member on Lands 



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and Engrossed Bills. He received a vote 
of 12,4s against 7,869 for Jacob L. McDowell 
(Dem.) 

Twenty-Eighth District 

Consists of the county of Monroe. Popula- 
lation. in 18(v5. 104.2*5. The Senator is 

LEWIS H. MORGAN (Hep.), of Roches- 
ter. He was born .n Aurora, Cavugaeountv, 
November 21, ISIS: graduated at Unio'n 
College in JS40; practiced law from 1st! to 
lSW, when lie retired to devote himself to 
literary pursuits; is author of an interest- 
ing work entitled "League of the Iro- 
quois ; " was a member of Assembly in lsoi ; 
he was formerly a Whig; his father was a 
member of the Senate irom Cayuga county, 
in the old seventh District, irom 182 - 
He is Chairman of the Committees on In- 
dian Affairs and Engrossed Bills, and a 
member of the Committees on Railroads 
and Militia. He received a vote of 8.U27 
against 8,554 for William H. Bo\vman(Demj 

Twenty-Ninth District 

Consists of the counties of Genesee, Niag- 
ara and Orleans. Population, in lauo, 100,931). 
The Senator is 

RICHARD CROWLEY (Rep.), of Lock- 
port. Mr. C. was burn at Lock-port, Decem- 
ber 14. 18:>f»: is a Lawyer; ommenced the 
study of the law while teaching school west : 
was admitted to the bar in 18 >o. commencing 
practice with E. J. Chase; cast his iir- 
for the Republican party: was appointed 
City Attorney of Lock port in l&fo, and In 
the Senatorial contest ran far ahead of bis 
ticket. During the last Senate he was Chair- 
man of the Committee on Privileges and 
Elections, and a memo >f oftheC 'ir- 
on Judiciary and Charitable and Religious 
Societies. He la chairman of the Commit- 
tee on Municipal Affairs, and a 
the Committees on Manufacture 

Of Towns and Counties, and Charitable and 
Religious Societies. H ■ .•. Ibya 

vote of 10378, against o.osu lor Sherburne B. 
Piper (Dem). 

Thirtieth District 
Consists of the counties of Allegany, Liv- 
ingston and Wyomiug. Populatl 'ii, jo [885, 

107. s::i. The Senator is 
WOLCOTT .1. HUMPHREY fRep.), or 

aw, Wyoming county. He w;is horn 



in Canton, Hartford county, Conn.. Novem- 
ber II, 1817; he is a Farmer and Tanner; 
was Colonel of the 9th Regiment, Sth Brig- 
ade, New York Stale Artillery, lS40-'44, 
when he resigned; he held several town 
offices: was a Census Marshal in 1820; was 
appointed Postmaster in 1S49, '53 and 'fit), 
resigning each time after holding the office 
a time; was Supervisor for six years about 
this time: he was Member of the Assembly 
in 1851 '52. serving the former session as 
member, and the latter as Chairman, or the 
Committee on Railroads, reporting the 
Central Consolidation Act; he resided in 
Bloomington, 111., 1855-1864, where he was 
instrumental In securing the return of the 
late Owen Lovejoy to Congress, and was 

lent of the Convention that nomi- 
nated him ; returning to Warsaw he was 
elected to the last Senate, and re-elected 

I le is Chairman of the Committee on 
Commerce and Navigation and Joint Libra- 
ry, and a member of the Committees on 
Finance and Banks. 

Thirty-First District 

Consists of the county of Erie. Population, 
:n 1865, 137,150. The Senator is 

ASHER P. NICHOLS (Dem.). of Buffalo. 
He is a Lawyer: has never before held offi- 
cial position. He was barn in Whiting, 
Addison county, Vt.,and is fifty-three years 
of age. He is a member of the Committees 
on Canals and Joint Library. He received 
a vote of 13,378, against 11.S07 lor Porter 
Sheldon (Rep.) 

Thirty-Second District 

Consists of the counties of Cattaraugus and 
Chautauqua. Population, in 1865, 102,730. 
The Senator is 

LORENZO MORRIS (Dem.), of Fredonia, 
Chautauqua county. He was born in Smith- 
held, Madison county, August 14, 1817: had 
no other early educational advantages than 
those afforded in a log school-house in Caau- 
tauqua county woods; is a Lawyer; was 
Justice of the Peace, Justice of the Sessions, 
and Examiner in Chancery under the old 
Constitution, and Colonel of Militia. He is a 
member of the Committees on Judiciary 
and Literature. He received a vote of 7.02.', 
against <;.8I9 for Augustus T. Allen (Ind. 
Rep.), and 6,110 for Walter L. Sessions IRg. 
Rep). 



_ ... Recapitulation. 

Republicans 17 

Democrats, 15 

.: 32 



ASSEMBLY. 



Speaker. T&TSMAM O. 70U1TOL0V*, OfSaratOf 

ChauUiuima. , 



a. Clerk, Edward F. Onderhii/l, of 



My consists of 128 Members, elected annually, by single districts. 1 
ourtty l. impensatlon of S3 per diem durlnj 



Each 
county has at least une :\ a compensation of $3 per diem during the 

ii, but not ior m..r.- | hundred davs. Their officers are chosen fcy vote at 

the opening of the M 

town or Borne, March 30, 1804; received a 
common school education ; is a farmer and 
'hair in blue stone; was Constable ten 
veara, Justice of the Peace twenty, and 
oi Sessions live; he was member In 

ervingou Committees on Roarls and 
Bridges and Expenditures of the House; 
to- wis formerly a Democrat, has always 

within one mile of his present resi- 
dence, and held an official relation in the 



Albany County 
Contained a population, in ims$, of r 

Is a Democratic county, and has four Mem- 
bers 

1st Dtstbict. (Towns or Berne, Bethle- 
hem, Coeyninns, Gull Knox, New 
Scotland, Rensselaei ■• 
population. 25,812.) HUGH 

(Rep.), of Reidsville. lie was b tii In the 



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Methodist Church for twenty-five yearn. 
He received a vole of 8,198 against 2.045 for 
Johtl C Chism (Dem.) Vote in lfc>07, Rep. 
2,829, Dem. 2,852. 

2» District. (1st, 9th and 10th wards of 
the city of Albany; population, 29,812.) 
ADAM \V. SMITH (Dem.), of Albany 

(P. o. Address, ?:i Washington Avenue). 

He was burn in South Gilboa, Schoharie 
county, October 4, 1838; is a livery stable 
keeper and cattle drover, and is Alderman 
of the 9th ward of Albany. He received 
a vote of 8,593, against 2,877 for Thomas 
Hastings (Rep.) vote in 13G7, Democrat, 
3,082, Republican, 2,709. 

8d District. (2d, 8d, 4th. 5th. nth, 7th 
and 8th wards of the city of Albany; popu- 
lation, 32,792.) JOHN M. KIM HA LL (Dem.) 
of Albany. He was born In Hopkinton, 
N. EL, Deeemoer 4. 1828; graduated at Dart- 
mouth College; is a Lawyer; lias been 
Captain, Adjutant, Lieutenant-Colonel and 
Colonel of militia; Supervisor of the 2d 
ward, Albany; Adjutant of the 25th Regi- 
ment, doing service in Virginia, in 1882; 
opposed slavery and favored the war. He 
received a vote of 4,358, against .^,451 lor 
Charles D. Mills (Rep.) Vote in 1837, Demo- 
crat, 3,948, Republican, 2,8158. 

4th District. (Town of Watervliet; 
population, 27,279.) JOHN TIGHE .Dem.), 
of Cohoes. He received a vote of :5,if>s 
against 2.569, lor Henry Rrockway (Rep.) 
Vote in 18u7, Democratic, 2,372, Republican, 
2,044. 

Allegany County 

Contained a population, in 1865. of 40,28"); is 
a Republican county, and has one Member. 
SILAS RICHARDSON (Rep.), of Bel- 
mont. He was born in Kennebec county, 
Maine, in 1620; was a Democrat before the 
formation of the Republican party ; was a 
candidate for the House of Representatives 
of his own State, but failed, by a few \'0t ■-. 
of having a majority overall his competi- 
tors, and declined to run again; was ten- 
dered a commission as Colonel in the Htal i 
Militia, but. as he contemplated coming to 
this State, declined, and removed to Elmira 
in 1846, and to Belmont in 1851; for live 
years of the war was Supervisor, and was 
Chairman of the R iard. He was re-elected 
by a vote of 0,470 against 2s>i. for Samuel 
Swain (Dem.) Vote, in 1887. Republican, 
3,597, Democrat, 2,74-3. In the last house 
he was a member of the Committee on 
Colleges, Academies and Common Schools. 

Broome County 

Contained a population, In ISOo. of 37.933; is 
a Republican county, and lias one Member. 
WILLIAM MATHER ELY (Rep.), of 
Ringhamton. where he was bom, July 28, 
1818; he was educated at Amherst, Mass. ; 
is a Farmer; was Supervisor live years, 
and Chairman of the Roard three; he is at 
present Vice-President of the State Agri- 
cultural Society; was formerly a Whig. 
He received a vote of 5,737 against SJJ3 I, for 
Theron Thompson (Dem.) Vote iu 1SJ7. 
Republican, 4,foU, Democrat, 3,iilU. 

Cattaraugus County 

Contained a population in 1865, of 44.20"> : Is a 
Republican county, and has two Members. 
1st District. (Allegany, Ashtnrd, Elli- 
COttvllle, Farmersville, Franklinville.Free- 
dom, Hinsdale. Humphrey, Ischua, Lyn- 
don, Machias, Olean. Portville, Yorkshire ; 
population 21,017.) CLAUDIUS V. R. 



I5A USE (Rep.), of Olean. He was born in 
Ontario county, December 11, 1317: was 
educated at Pennsylvania Law Academy ; 

is a Hardware Merchant and a director in 
the B. tfc W. Rank: he was formerly a 
Whig. He received a vote of 2,-518 against 
2.215 for Jonas EL Button (Dem.) Vote in 
1807. Republican, L432, Democrat. 2.204. 

2d District. (Towns of Carrol ton, Cold- 
spring, ConewangO, Dayton, East Otto, 
Great Valley. Mansfield, Napoll, New 
Albion. Otto, Perrysburgh, P >rsia, Ran- 
dolph, Balamanca. south Valley; popu- 
lal on 21JMI.) WILLIAM II. BTUART 
I Rep. I, ofOowanda. He was horn In Chau- 
mont, Jefferson county, May 1. l:»20: his 
lather (lied when he was eight years old, 

and at nine it became necessary for him to 
go to work in a collar factory, where he 
Btayed three yearn; he was roller boy In a 
printing office three yean more;' then 
learned the wool manufacturing trade, at- 
tending school winters; he is a :armerand 
wool dealer: was Deputy Collector Of In- 
ternal Revenue two years, and Librarian 
of the (Senate in 1884*85; he was a Democrat 
until I86U. He received a vote oi 8,241 
against 1,964 for Jesse T. Fosdick (D m.) 
Vote in 18U7, Republican, 2,140, Democratic. 
1,998. 

Cayuga County 

Contained a population, in ism. of 53.730; is 

a Republican c unity, and has two Members. 

1ST DlSTKlCT. (Towns of Brutas, Cato, 

Conquest. Ira. Men tz, Montezuma, 8ennett, 

sterling, Tbroop and Victory, and the 1st 
and 4th wards of Auburn; population, 
28.188.) CHARLES II. WEED (Rep.), of 
We -d -port. He was born in Cazen ovia, 
Madison county, December 20. 1810; was 
educated at the Oneida Conference Semi- 
nary ; is a Produce Dealer; was appointed 
Superintend -nt of the Erie Canal in I-".;, 
and reappointed in 1851, serving two years; 
was elected member of Town Board of 
Education, in 1885. and served three years: 
was a Whig down to the organization of the 
Republican party ; was active in tilling the 
quota of his town during the rebellion, in 
advancing money to pay bounties: he was 
a member of the last House, serving on the 
Committee on State Prisons, and was very 
unanimously renominated. He received a 
vote of 3.6U against 2.843 for PhUo Rock- 
well (Dem.) Vote in 13J7, Republican, 
3,107, Democratic, 2,311, 

2d District. (Towns of Aurelius, Flem- 
ing, Genoa, Ledyard, Locke, Moravia, Niles, 
Owasco, Scipio, Sempronius. Springport, 
Summer Hill and Venice, and the 2d and 
8d wards of Auburn; population, 27,542.) 
SANFORD GIFFORD (Rep.) of Sherwood. 
He was born in Greenfield. Saratoga county, 
January 8, 1812; is a Farmer; was Super- 
visor of town of Ledyard from March. 18-58, 
to March, 18U7 : was Chairman of the Board 
four years, and of the Committee on Equal- 
ization rive years. He was re-elected bv a 
vote of 4.324. against 2,2-57 for Daniel A. Rob- 
enson (Dem.) Vote in 1817, Republican, 
3.W2, Democratic, 2,049. In the last House 
he was a member of the Committees on 
Manufactures and Roads and Bridges. 

Chautauqua County 

Contained a population, in 1S:>5. of -54.837 ; is 
a Republican county, and has two Members. 
1st District. (Towns of Busti, Chau- 
tauqua, Clymer, Ellerv, French Creek, 
Harmony, Mma. Portland, Ripley, Sher- 
man, Stockton and Wesiiield; population, 



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23,610.) MATTHEW P. BEJIUS (Rep.), of 
May ville. He was born in the town of El- 
lery, January 3, 1818; was appointed County 
Treasurer in 1840. and held the office for six 
years, when he was elected County Clerk : 
he then gave himself up to agricultural 
pursuits; in 1865 he became Inspector of the 
Buffalo, Corry and Pittsburg railroad : in 
the spring of 1867 he was elected Supervisor 
of the town of Chautauqua, and in the fall 
was chosen Member of Assembly. He was 
re-elected by a vote of 3.986, against 1,561 for 
James Fenner (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Repub- 
lican, 2,021, Independent Republican, 1,645, 
Democratic, 1,296. In the last House he 
served on the Com. on Federal Relations. 
2d District. (Towns of Arkwright. < 'ar- 
roll, Charlotte, Cherry Creek, Dunkirk, 
Ellicott, Ellington, Gerry. Hanover. Kian- 
tone, Poland, Pomfret, Sheridan and Vil- 
lenova; population, 34,918.) WINFIELD 
SCOTT CAMERON (Rep.), of Jamestown. 
He was born in Ellicott. Chautauqua county, 
June 5, 1833; was educated at Jamestown 
and Randolph academies; his lather died 
when he was four years old, and his wid- 
owed mother was left with four children to 
support; he struggled hard tor an educa- 
tion ; when the war broke out he was study- 
ing law with the late Alex. Sheldon, of Ran- 
dolph. He at once enlisted as private, Au- 
gust 5, 1>62, in the 154th Regiment, and soon 
alter going to the front was promoted to a 
Sergeantcy; at the battle of Chancel lors- 
ville he was wounded in the leg by a Mlnie 
ball, and left on the field when the nth 
Corps fell back: the rebels robbed him of 
every thing he had, and. being unable to be 
moved, left him on the battle-field for two 
weeks, when he was sent through the lines 
on parol. When exchanged be rejoined his 
command at Bridgeport, ai.i. lletook part 
in the battles of Chattanooga and Lookout 
Mountain, and the KnOXVUle and Atlanta 
campaigns. Alter the evacuation of At- 
lanta he acted as A. 1>. C on the staff of 
General P. H. Jones, commanding Br 
He went through Sherman's March in the 
position of Assistant inspector-General on 
the stalT of GeneraN J. A. Mower and A. s. 
Williams, commanding; 20th Army Corps. 
At tne battle of Bocky-Faced Ridge, he led 
tin- Color company. «« >i 1 1 t-c into the fight 
with twenty-seven men and coming ont 
with seven, and losing his own sword and 

Capturing another. At this very hour his 
brother John waa lying dead on ih" Wilder- 
lattle-fleld. The lo a of on.- son, and 
ti.e dread of losing the other, so weighed 
upon liis widowed mother thai she fell ill 
and died. Be waa asnt for but did cot reacb 
borne until three weeks after the funeral. 
Hi- returned to Join tin- Sherman promen- 
adera He waa honorably discharged June 

J I. I- .".. At I leclo f the war he was lue- 

vetted Major by President Johnson and 
Lieutenanl « intone] i r Kenton. 

He was a Member of the lasl n e.serv- 
Ing on the Committee on Commerce and 
Navigation, ll I by a vote 

of *>.i.» i. against 2,912 foi 
staver (Dem.) Vote in i^;, Republican, 
4,041, Democratic, 

Chemung County 

Contained a population, In IMS, of 11 
a closely contested county, and lias one 
Member, EDWARD L PATRICK Dem.), 
of Kimira. lie waa born In A then- 1 I'enn.), 
Januarys. 1840; ••• ■■ ■ erslty 

of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia; la .i Law- 
yer; was* LleutenautColunel In Uih Ul.st 



New York Vols. ; ran for Member in 1866, 
but was defeated. He received a vote of 
3.789, against 3,605 for James McCann <Rep.) 
Vote iu 1S67, Dem., 3.551, Rep. 3.048. 

Chenango County- 
Contained a population, in 1865, of 38,360 ; is 
a Republican county, and bas one Member. 
CHARLES PEARS ALL (Rep.), of Coven- 
trvville. He was born in Bainbridge, 
March 11, 1815; received a common school 
education ; removed to Coventry in 1334 ; 
is a farmer; was elected Collector in 1840 
and 1844: was chosen Justice of the Peace 
in 1846, and served twenty .years; was 
elected Coroner in 18-54 and Supervisor in 
lsvj and 1887 : was a member of the County 
War Committee, and was formerly a 
Whig. He received a vote of 5,824 against 
4,184 For Lewis A. Rhodes (Dem.) Vote in 
1867, Republican, 5,080, Democratic, 4,098. 

Clinton County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 45,713; is 
a closely contested county, and has one 
Member. DANIEL STEWART (Rep.), of 
.'uirgb. He was born in Edinburgh, 
Scotland, in 182j. his parents removing to 
this country shortly after, where he re- 
ceived a liberal education ; is a tanner ; has 
been Superintendent of Schools, clerk of 
Blng Sing prison ; keeper of Sing Sing and 
Clinton; was member of Assembly from 
Delaware county in 1853, serving on the 
Committees on Grievances* Colleges, Acade- 
mies and Common Schools. His success 
in life is owing entirely to his own exer- 
tions. He received a vote of 4,050 against 
3,863 for Daniel G. Dodge (Dem.) Vote in 
1867, Republican 3,362, Democratic 3,262. 

Columbia County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 44,905 ; is 
closely contested, and has two Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Ancram, Clav- 
erack, Clermont, Copake, Gallatin, Ger- 
mantown, Greenport, Livingston and Tagh- 
tcanick, and city of Hudson; population, 
22,681.) EDWARD STURGES (Dem.). of 
G-ermantown. He was born in Copake in 
iid is a farmer. Hereceiveda vote of 
3.166 against 2,527 for George C. Byrne 
(Deal.) Vote in 1867, Dem., 2,773, Rep., 2.354. 

2i> District. (Towns of Austerlitz, 
Canaan, Chatham, Ghent, Hillsdale, Kin- 
derhooK, New Lebanon, Stockport and 
Stuyvesant: population, 22.214.) MOSES G. 

II uDEN (Dem.). of New Lebanon, where 
he was born Nov. 14, 1811. He is a manu- 
facturer and farmer; was Postmaster from 
1842 to 1880; a " Jeffersonian" and Silas 
Wright Democrat, and the second Demo- 
crat elected in the district in fifteen years. 
He received a vote of 2.750 against 2,536 for 
Morgan H Chrysler (Rep.) Vote in 1S67, 
Democratic, 2,303, Republican, 2,391. 

Cortland County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 24,865; is 
a Republican county, and has one Member. 

II I HAM WHITMARSH (Rep.), of Cuyler, 
where be was born May 28, 1830 (then in 
Truxton). He was educated at. Fabius and 
De Kuyter: is a Farmer and has been Su- 
pervisor. He received a vote of 4,047 against 
2,138 for John S. Rarber (Dem.) Vote in 
1867, Republican, 3,394, Democratic. 2,139. 

Delaware County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 41,638; is 

a Republican county; has two Members. 

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Franklin, Hamden, ITancock, Masonville> 
Sidnev, Tompkins and Walton; population. 
20,794. ) B K S .1 A M I N J. BASS E FT ( Rep. ) ■ 
of Walton, where he was born In 1811. He 
is a Farmer, and was a Democrat of the 
"Barnburner" stripe, until the formation 
of the Republican party. He received a 
vote of 2,998 against 1,999" for Henry Welsh 
(Dem) Vote in 1867, Rep., 2,698. Hem., 1,958. 
2d District. (Towns of Andes, Bovina, 
Davenport, Delhi, Harpersfield, Kortright, 
Meredith, Middletown, Roxbury and Stan- 
ford; population, 20.844.) JOHN FERRIS 
(Rep.), of Moresville, where he was born 
Sept. 15, 1799; he was educated - ' in a log 
school-house, poverty tiled ; " is a Farmer, 
and was a member in 1866. serving on the 
Committee on Internal Affairs ot Towns 
and Counties. He received a vote of 2,501 
against 2,414 for Ira B. Kerr (Dem.) Vote 
in 1867, Republican, 2,2-57, Democratic, 2,297. 

Dutchess County 

Contained, in 1865, a population of 5S.772: is 
a Republican county, and has two Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Amenia, Beek- 
man, Dover, East Fishkill, Fishkill, La 
Grange, Northeast, Pawling, Pine Plains, 
Stanford, Union "Vale and Washington: 
population, 31,170.) DAVID R. GOULD 
(Rep.), of Quaker Hill. He was born in 
Sharon, Conn., Dec. 27, 1S20; is a Farmer; 
has been Justice of the Peace ; was Super- 
visor in 1863 : 65, and Chairman of the Board 
in 1864. He received a vote of against 

for George Titus (Dem.) Vote in 
1867, Republican, 3,362, Democratic, 3,150. 

2d District. (Towns of Clinton, Hyde 
Park, Milan, Pleasant Valley, Poughkeep- 
sie, Poughkeepsie city, Red Hook and 
Rhinebeck; population, 33.722.) WILLIAM 
W. HEGEMAN (Rep.), of Poughkeepsie, 
was born January 17, 1828 ; he was educated 
at College Hill.Poughkeepsie ; was a teacher 
fifteen years; was admitted to the bar in 
18 ; and has served his part effectively on 
the stump. He received a vote of 
against for William Ross (Dem.) 

Vote in 1867, Rep., 3,384, Dem., 3,567. 

Erie County- 
Contained a population, in 1865, of 134,656; 
is closely contested, and has five Members. 

1st District. (Towns of W T est Seneca 
and 1st, 5th, Sth and 13th wards of Buffalo ; 
population, 44,412.) GEORGE J. BAMLER 
(Dem.), of Buffalo. He was born in Bavaria, 
April 21, 1S35; the iamily removed to this 
country, settling in Buffalo, when he was 
eight years of age; he is a Merchant: he 
was elecced member of the Buffalo Com- 
mon Council, in 1863, and re-elected, in 
1S65 ; he was a member of the last House, 
serving on the Committees on Cities and 
Trade and manufactures. He received a 
vote of 3,112 against 2,835 for John O'Brien 
(Rep.) Vote in 1867, Democratic, 2,701, Re- 
publican, 2,045. 

2d District. (2d, 3d, 4th and 6th wards 
of Buffalo; population. 31,299.) PHILIP 
H. BENDER (Rep.), ot Buffalo. He was 
born in Eschelbach. Baden, June 9, 1833; 
came to Budalo, in 1847, with his parents 
over the Erie Canal ; learned the 
trade of printer, and is publisher and editor 
of the Buffalo Telegraph, an efficient Ger- 
man Republican newspaper. He received 
a vote of 2,sy4 against 3.093 tor Richard Flach 
(Dem.) Vote in 1867, Republican, 2,325, 
Democratic. 2,821. 

Sd Disirict. (7th, 9th, 10th 11th and 
12th wards of Buffalo ; population, 32,138.) 



19 



JAMES H. CHASE (Rep.), of Buffalo. 
He received a vote of 3,490 against 2,757 for 
Lewis 1*. Dayton (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Re- 
publican, 2,539, Democratic, 2,581. 

1 1 1 1 DiBTBIOT. (Towns of Alden, Am- 
herst, Chlctawaogft, Clarence, Elma, Grand 
Island, Lancaster, Marilla, Newstead and 
Tonewanda; population, 29,480.) chas. 
B. RICH (Ren.), of Akron. He was born 
at Sharon, Schoharie county, June 28, 1808, 
where he was educated; he worked on a 
farm until he was twenty years of age, and 
for tin; next twenty years was merchant, 
manufacturer of lumber and potash, far- 
mer, railroad contractor, dealer In grain, 
wools, etc.; he was Deputy Collector of 
Internal Revenue of twelve towns; Erie 
county from 1802 to 1*65, and I*. S. Indian 
agent from December. 1864, to October, 1866. 
when he waa removed by President John- 
son forpolitical reasons: contributed largely 
to the raising of men for the war: was for- 
merly a wing; his father, Colonel Calvin 
Rich, was a soldier in the Revolutionary 
war: fought 'In the battle at Bennington, 
Vt., under General Starke, Captain David 
Rich, his father, commanding the com- 
pany: moved from Amherst, Mass., and 
settled in Sharon, Schoharie county, when 
a wilderness, in 1781, one mile west of 
Sharon Springs, being the first settler in 
the town, and was Colonel of a Regiment 
in General Richard Dodge's Brigade, in the 
war of 1812, and stationed at Sackett s 
Harbor;' his regiment was composed of 
men from Schoharie and Montgomery 
counties, at the time of leaving for the 
frontier. He was ordered to Albany by 
Gov. Daniel D. Tompkins to take charge of 
500 volunteers then at Albany, and with 
them join his regiment at Utica. He moved 
from Sharon after a residence of forty-four 
vears, and settled at Batavia, Genesee Co., 
1825 and died 1831. Mr. Rich received a 
vote of 2,773 against 2,758 for B. F. Smiley 
(Dem.) Vote in 1867, Republican, 2,038, 
Democratic, 2,546. 

5th District. (Towns of Aurora, Bos- 
ton, Brant, Colden, Collins, Concord, East 
Hamburg, Elden, Evans, Hamburg, Hol- 
land, Sardinia and Wales: population. 
26.917.) ABBOTT C. CALKINS (Rep.), of 
White's Corners. He was born in Colden, 
January 1, 1»38: was educated at Spring- 
ville and Aurora Academies; studied law 
in Buffalo, and was admitted to the bar in 
1859; was 1st Lieutenant 21-t N. Y. S. V., 
from April 1, 1861, to May, 1862. when he 
resigned on account of sickness. He re- 
ceived a vote of 3,406 against 2.936 for De 
Witt C. Corbin iDem.) Vote in 1867, Repub- 
lican, 2,791, Democratic, 2,665. 

Essex County 

Contained a population, in 1865. of 28,644 ; is 

a Republican county, and has one Member, 

SAMUEL ROOT (Rep.), of Westport. He 

was born in Elizabethtown, March 7th, 

1S17; is a Farmer; was formerly a Whig; 

! has been Supervisor since 1860, with the ex- 

• ception of one term, and Chairman of the 

■ Board two vears. In the last House he was 

| a member "of the Committee on Federal 

Relations. He was re-elected by a vote of 

I 3,601 against 2,155 for Daniel G. Dodge 

(Dem.) Vote in 1867, Republican, 2,869, 

! Democratic, 1,976. 

Franklin (jaunty 

I Contained a population, in 1865, of 28,575 ; is 
I a Republican county, and has one Member, 



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EDMUND F. SARGENT (Rep."), of Ban- 
gor. He was born in Brattleboro. Vt., 
April 18, 1816: is a Miller; was town Asses- 
sor, 1848 '54, and Supervisor, 1851 '52. In the 
last House he was a member of the Com- 
mittee on Expenditures of the Executive 
Department. He was re-elected by a vote 
of 3.395 against 3,282 for Abel H. Miller 
(Dem.) Vote in 1867, Republican, 2,770, 
Democratic, 2,037. 

Fulton and Hamilton Counties 

Form one District. Fulton county con- 
tained a population, in 186-5, of 24,512, and 
Hamilton, of 2.653. The District is closely 
contested and hasone Member, WILLIAM 
T. BARKER (Rep.) of Northville; he was 
born in Hope, (then) Montgomery county, 
August 6, 1823; is a Merchant ; was Super- 
visor of Northampton (a strong Democratic 
town), two years, and was a Whig until the 
formation of the Republican part v. He 
received a vote of 3,641 against SJ24 
Albert J. Smith (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Re- 
publican, 3,188, Democratic, 2,811. 

Genesee County- 
Contained a population, In 1S65, of 31,723 ; is 
a Republican countv, and has one Member. 
EDWARD 0. WALKER (Rep.), of Batavia. 
He was born in Byron. June 14, 1837; gradu- 
ated at Genesee College, Lima, in 1861, and 
is a Lawyer. He received a vote of 4,219, 
against 2.860 for Sanford Wilber (Dem.) 
Vote in 1867, Republican, 3.513, Democratic, 
2,516. 

Greene County- 
Contained a population, in 1886, of 31,710; is 
a Democratic countv, and has one Member, 
BALDWINS. GRIFFIN | Dam. >,Of Pratts- 
ville. He was born in Stamford, Delaware 
county, July 13, 1821, and w.i> Supervisor of 
that town 1852-8, Under-SherinTof the coun- 
ty 1858-8, and Sheriff 1858 82 : be has resided 
in Greene county roar yean, and has been 
As easor of Prattavllle three years; he Is a 
Farmer and Merchant i [e received a vote 
of 3,964, against 8,403 for John Sanderson 
(Ren.) Vote In 1867, Democratic, 3,7i>:, Eta- 
publican, 2, 

Herkimer County 
Contained a population, In 1865, of 29,154; is 
a Republican county, and baa one Member. 
ERASMUS W. DA 1 Rep.), ol West Schuy- 
ler. ii<- received ■ vote against 
1,187 for Robert I Vote 
Republican nocraue, 4,014, 

Jefferson County 
Contained s population, In If -■ 
a Republican c tunty, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

1st District I tins, < ibam- 

plon, BlItsburKh, Henderson, Hounsrleld, 
Lorraine, Rodman, Rutland. Watertown 
and W irtb ; population J A ¥ 

DIMICK (Rep.), or f i i ners. He 

. rii In Otweuo county. April l«!l; Is a 
< Jarpenter by I er by occu- 

pation; was town Superintendent or <"in- 
mon School! In 1848; Justice ol the I 

ind Hupei ■ town 

(.r Sounsfleld i"" - H. . 
Democrat until the organisation ol the Re- 
publican Party. He received a vote ol I.0U0 
against 2,546 for Garret Ives Dem Vote 

. Republic V 
■i\t District. [Town 'i klezandria, 
Antwerp, BrownVilla. Cap* Clay- 



ton, Le Ray, Lyme, Orleans, Pamelia, 
Philadelphia, Theresa and Wilna; popula- 
tion, 36,963.) WILLIAM W. BUTTER- 
FIELD. (Rep.), of Redwood. He was born 
in Jefferson county, March 21, 1822, Ls a 
manufacturer of window glass, and was 
Supervisor of Alexandria four years. He 
received a vote of 4.265, against 3,374 for 
Alexander Brown (Dem.) Vote in 1867, 
Republican, 3,171, Democratic, 3,576. 

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 
Brooklyn: population, 32,702.) HUGH M. 
CLARK (Dem.), of Brooklyn. He was 
born In New York City, December 18, 1829, 
and is an iron merchant. He received a 
vote of 3,171 against 2,028 for Patrick Burns 
(Ind. Dem.), and 1,470 for Joseph B. King 
(Hep.) Vote in 1S67, Democratic, 3,847, Re- 
publican, 264. 

2d District. (Wards 3, 4 and 11 of 
Brooklyn : population, 38,639.) HENRY J. 
CULLEN, Jr., (Dem.) of Brooklyn, where 
he was born, September 26, 1842. He gradu- 
ated at Union College in 1860 ; is a Lawyer, 
and served with the 23d N. Y. S. N. G., as a 
private in 1863. He received a vote of 4,278 
against 3,811 fox Stephen M. Griswold (Rep.) 
Vote in 1867, Democratic, 3,564, Republican, 

3d District. (Wards 6 and 12 of Brook- 
lyn; population 39,492.) DENNIS O'- 
KEEFE (Ind. Dem.), of Brooklyn. He 
received a vote of 3,367 against 2,629 for 
Patrick Keady (Reg. Dem.). and 1,662 for 
Julius E. Sudden (Rep.) Vote in 1867, In- 
dependent Democrat, 1,741, Regular Demo- 
crat, 2,493, Republican, 820. 

Itu District. (Wards 8 and 10 of Brook- 
lyn ; population, 38,497.) WILLIAM W. 
MOSKLEY (Dem.) He was born at Glas- 
tenbury, Conn., October 18, 1836; was edu- 
cated at the Oneida Conference Seminary, 
Cazenovia; settled at Syracuse, N. Y., in 
1855, and was employed in the Mechanics' 
Hank as book-keeper; in September, 1862, 
entered 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 staff of Maj.-Gen. Slocum, in whicn 
position, participating in the battles of 
1 hancellorsville and Gettysburg, also in all 
the operations of Gen. Slocum's command 
in tin- West, including Sherman's march to 
the sea, and the campaign of the Carolinas, 
being breveted Major for gallant services 
at the battleol Bentonville, N. C, March 19, 
1865. Resigned commission October, 1865 ; 
in summer of 1S66 was appointed U. S. Col- 
lector of Internal Revenue, for the 23d 
Hist. N. Y. : failing of confirmation, term 
of office expired March 4, 1867, since which 
time has been connected with Merchants 
Union Express as correspondent. He re- 
celved a vote of 5,121, against 3,780 for Wil- 
liam Richardson (Kep.) Vote in 1867, Dem- 
ocratic, 4,;t36, Republican. 1,653. 

5tu District. (Wards 7 and 20 of Brook- 
lyn; population, 29,918.) JAMES R. AL- 
I..\i;i;n (Hep.), of Brooklyn. He received 
a voic of 3,537 against 3,440 for John W. 
Hunter (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Republican, 
_ .. l iLinocratic, 2,852. 

in District. (Wards 16 and 19 of Brook- 
lyn; population. 32,434.) ANDREW B. 
1 11 Mx ;KS (Rep.), of Brooklyn. He received 
a vote of 3,111 against 3,066 for John R. 



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Wilds (Dem.) Vote in 1837, Republican, 
2,249, Democratic, 2,199. 

7tii District. (Wards 13 and 14 of 
Brooklyn; population, 33,210.) GEORGE 
L. FOX (Dem.), of Brooklyn. He received 
a vote of 3,180 against 2,947 for Samuel T. 
Maddox (Rep.), 418 for Milton Holmes 
(Dem.), and 243 for Caleb L .Smith (Dem,) 
Vote In 1867, Democratic, 3,3j2 Republican, 
1,8J5. 

8th District. (Wards 15, 17 and 18 of 
Brooklyn; population, 27,738.) DE WITT 
C TOWER (Dem.), of Greenpoint. He 
was born in Waterville, Oneida county, 
January 20. 1821: is a Banker; was Super- 
visor of the town of Sangerfield, Oneida 
county, 1S4S, '49. In the last House he was 
Chairman of the Committee on Banks. He 
received a vote of 8,530, against 3,228 for 
David E. Austin (Rep.) Vote in 1867, Demo- 
cratic, 2,587, Republican, 2,495. 

9th District. (Ward !) of Brooklyn, 
and towns of Flatbush, Flatlands, Grave- 
send, New Lots and New Utrecht ; popula- 
tion, 38,1550 JOHN C. JACOBS (Dem.), Of 
Brooklyn. Mr. J. was born in Lancaster 
county, Penn., December 16, 1S39; is a 
Printer by trade and a Reporter by avoca- 
tion; was for several years the Albany 
Correspondent of the New York World and 
other papers, and was a war correspond- 
ent of New York journals during McClel- 
land's campaign ; has been three times 
before a candidate for Assembly, running 
against John C. Perry in 1833, and Wm. W. 
Goodrich in IStn who were the successful 
nominees; in 1S64 he was the Democratic 
candidate for clerk of the Assembly. He 
was a Member of Assembly in 1867 and L868, 
serving last year on the Committee on 
Ways and Means, Chairman of Expendi- 
tures of the Executive Department, and ol 
the Dorn Investigation, and oftheManagers 
in the Impeachment proceedings on the 
part of the House. He received a vote of 
5.331, against 3,072 for Edward H. Flavin 
(Rep.), and 122 for Andrew Mackey | [nd. 
Dem.) Vote in 1867, Democratic, 4,081, Re- 
publican. 1,601. 

Lewis County 

Contained a population, in 1855, of 27,840; is 
a Republican county, and has one filember. 
CHESTER RAY (Rep.), of Martinsburgh. 
He was born in Argyle, Washington county. 
May 12, 1822; is a Farmer; was Sheriff of 
Lewis county, 1859-'61; Supervisor of Wat- 
son, 1853-'58, and of Martinsburgh. 1- 
he was formerly a Whig. He received a 
vote of3,407 against 3,232 tor Win. Wirt Rice 
(Dem.) Vote in 1867, Republican, 2,830, 
Democratic, 2,802. 

Livingston County 

Contained a population, in 1885, of 37.555; is 
a Republican countv. and has one Member, 
LEWIS E. SMITH (Ben.), of Livonia. 
where he was born, November 25, 1812; after 
something of an academic education he at- 
tended the Law Department of Harvard 
University for a half-year term; wis ad- 
mitted to the Bar in 1842, relinquished prac- 
tice in 1850 on account of ill health, and is 
now a farmer; he was a Radical Democrat 
up to 1848, and was a delegate to the Buffalo 
Convention of that year; was Chairman of 
the first RepublicanCounty Convention and 
a delegate to the first Republican State Con- 
vention, which nominated Clark and Ray- 
mond, taking prominent part in the organ- 
isation of the party, and was Deputy Census 



Marshal in 1840; has been Town Superin- 
tendent of Schools ; was Supervisor. 1857-60, 
and Chairman of the Board two years. In 
the last House he was a member of the 
Committee on Petitions of Aliens. He re- 
ceived ;i vote of 1,70), against 3,589 for Clark 

B. Adams (Dem.) Vote in isG7, Republican, 
4,007, Democratic, 3,202. 

Madison County 

Contained a population, in 1885, of 10,718 ; is 
a Republican count v, and has two Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Brookfield, De 
Ruyter, RJaton, Georgetown, Hamilton. Leb- 
anon, Madison und Nelson : population. 19,- 
875.) WESLEY M. CARPENTER (Rip.), 
of Erlevlile, where be was born August 2, 
1838; he was educated at Central New York 
Seminary and the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, New York city, und is a Phy- 
sician. He received a yote of 3,268, against 
1,871 lor Whitman Clarke (Dem.) Vole in 
1887, Republican, 2,916, Democratic, i 198. 

2i> District, i i owns of Cazenovia, Fen- 
ner, Lenox, Bmlthfield. Stockbrldge and 
Sullivan; population, 32,732.) LEONARD 

C. K I I.HAM (Rep.), of Oneida. He was 
born in Turin Lewis county, May »'.. 1828; 
was thrown upon his own resources at 
eleven years or age; was educated at the 
Low vi lie and Whitestown academies; is a 
Lawyer; was admitted to the Bar in 1-".:, 
and practiced for ten years in Lewis county; 
in that county hewas Loan Commissioner 
Of the United States Deposit Fund, and 
Superintendent of Common Schools and 
District Attorney for terms of three years 
each : he was formerly a Whig. He re- 
ceived a vot • of 3,081, against 2,219 for Dun- 
canMcDougall < Dem.) Vote in 1867, Repub- 
lican, 2,438, Democratic, 2,195. 

Monroe County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 104,2o5; is 
a Republican county, and has three Mem- 
b srs. 

1st District. (Towns of Brighton, Hen- 
rietta, Irondequoit, Mendon, Penfield, Per- 
rinton, Pittstord. Rush and Webster: popu- 
lation. _ CHARLES S. WRIGHT 
Rep. . of Webster. He was born in Ben- 
nington, Qenesee county. June 19,1821; re- 
ceived a common school education; is a 
Farmer; was elected Commissioner of 
Highways in 1S55; was Overseer of the 
Poor 1856-9, inclusive; Supervisor of Web- 
Bter, ls;o, '4, '5, '6, '8, during which time his 
efforts for the prosecution of the war were 
particularly effective; he was a Democrat 
down to the organization of the Republican 
party. He received a vote of 2.651, against 
2,632 for Jarvis Lord (Dem.) Vote in 1867, 
Republican, 2.141, Democratic, 2,042. 

2d District. (Rochester city; popula- 
tion. 50,940.) NEHEMIAH C. BRAD- 
STREET (Dem.), of Rochester. He. was 
born in Danvers, Mass., April 25, 1821; is a 
boot and shoe and leather dealer; has 
resided in Rochester nearly thirty years; 
was elected Supervisor in 1S56; then served 
as Alderman six years, and in 1S63 was 
elected Mayor, by 512 majority over Hon. 
Samuel Wilder, the Republican nominee. 
In the last House he was Chairman of the 
Committee on Canals. He received a vote 
j of 5,476 against 5,044 for Samuel YV~. D. 
Moore (Rep.) Vote in 1867, Democratic 4,149, 
Republican. 4.092. 
3d District. (Towns of Clarkson, Chili, 
I Gates, Greece, Hamlin, Ogden, Parma, 
! Riga, Sweden and Wheatland ; ponulation, 
I 28,329.) ANDREW J. RANDALL (Rep.), 



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of East Kendall. He was born in Worces- 
ter county, Mass., April 24, 1815 ; is a Far- 
mer, and an exemplary member of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church ; he was for- 
merly a Whig. He received a vote of 3.266, 
against 2,667 for Elihu Church (Dem.) Vote 
in 1867, Republican, 2,430 ; Democratic, 2,295. 

Montgomery County- 
Contained a population, in 1865, of 31.447; is 
a closely contested county, and has one 
Member. 

DARIUS V. BERRY (Rep.), of Fonda. 
He received a vote of 3,972, against 3,809 for 
James Shanahan (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Re- 
publican, 3,189 ; Democratic, 3,923. 

New York County- 
Contained a population, in 1S65, 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 C. MURPHY 
(Tarn. Dem.), No. 5 Desbrosses street. New 
York city. He was born in Kilmallock, 
Limerick. Ireland, March 7. 183S ; came to 
this country in November, 1847; is a Printer, 
and graduated from the composing room ; 
entered the United States service as Cap- 
tain in the Ellsworth Regiment of Fire 
Zouaves, April 19, 1861 ; subsequently joined 
Corcoran's Irish Legion as Captain, and was 
promoted to the Lieutenant-Colonelcy of 
the 2d Regiment, January 4, 1863; he was 
made Brevet Brigadier-General in 1865; lie 
had command of the Fenian troops concen- 
trated at Malone in 1866; was taken prison- 
er, and for a time confined in jail in Canan- 
daigua, for a violation of the neutrality 
laws ; he was a Member of the Assembly in 
1867 and 1863, serving the latter term on the 
< ity and Militia Committees. He received 
a vote of 6,236, against 1,3»8 for Bartholomew 
Griffin (Rep.), and 478 for Charles Reilly 
(Dem.) Votein 1367, Tarn. Democratic, 3,751, 
Moz. Democratic, l.5oi. Bepnbllcan, 749. 

2d District. (Ward 4 and election dis- 
tricts 1-8 of the 6th ward ; population. J !."'.- I 
DENNIS BURNS (Tarn. Dm.) He was 
born In Ireland, In 1827; came to this coun- 
try when ten years of age, worked as stone- 
cutter until ill health compelled him to re- 
linquish it. and is oowa Clerk In the County 
Clerk's office. In the last Assembly he was 
a n i em her of the Committees on Banks and 
is. Ele received a vote of 6,807 against 
716 for Peter Graham (Rep.) vote In 1867, 
Tarn. Democratic 2-889, Dem. Union, 1,538, 
McKeon Demoi ■. Republican 33S. 

3D DlSTBIl i . I Wards 1 i. and Btb and loth 
election districts of the Sib ward; popula- 
tion, 22,215. OWEN CAVANAQH (Tarn. 
\. w York He received a vote 
of 4.425 against 1.819 for \\'m. H. Rooney 
fDem. i n.'. and 979 for Thomas Mulligan 
(Ben.) Vote In 1887, Democrat, 4,388, Re- 
publican, I.tl. 

4th District. (Ward 7; population 
27,064.) John UAl.viN fpem.), of 677 
Orand street, New York City. He was 
born in Kings county, Ireland, April, 1840 ; 
his parents removed to this oonntry when 
he was six years of BM< '"' |s ;i liquor 
dealer ; has been a member of the ■ leneral 
Committee of Tummany Hall; in the last 

House he was a member of the Committees 
on Canals and Insurance. He received a 

vote of 6,385 against I, :t". l for Joseph Gould 
(Rep.) Votein 1867, Tammany Democrat, 
3, 545, McKeon Democrat, 1,720, Republican, 
379. 



5th District. (Ward 8, 1st and 2d elec- 
tion districts of 9th ward, and 11th district 
of 15th ward; population 29,503.) PETER 
MITCHELL (Tarn. Dem.), No. 104 Bleecker 
street. He was born in Scotland Dec. 22, 
1839; was educated at Berwick, Me., and 
Salmon Falls, N. H. ; is a dealer in wines, 
liquors and segars, and yet, notwithstand- 
ing his traffic, never drank a glass of wine 
or liquor of any kind, and does not smoke; 
he is a member of Tammany Hall General 
Committee. He received a vote of 3,645 
against 2,850 for Christopher Johnson (Moz. 
Dem.,) and 1,677 for William C. Hanna 
(Rep.) Vote in 1867, Tarn. Democratic 
2,« 78, Moz. Democratic 1,432, Republican 
1.126, Democratic Union 679. 

6th District. (Ward 13: population. 21,- 
861.) TIMOTHY J. CAMPBELL (Tarn. 
I Dem.) He was born iu County Cavan, 
Ireland, of Scotch-Irish ancestry, in Jan- 
uary, 1840, his parents removed to New 
York City, when he was five years of age; 
he is a printer by trade, and during a few 
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 Tammany Hall 
General Committee. In the last House he 
was ( hairman of the Committee on Roads 
and Bridges, and a member of the Commit- 
tee on Internal Affairs of Towns and Coun- 
ties. He received a vote of 2,6-55 against 
2.461 for Frederick Zimmer (Moz. Dem.), 
468 for T. H. Ferris (Ind. Dem.), and 67 for 
A. S. Jennings (Rep.) Vote in 1367, Tarn. 
Democratic 1,484, Moz. and McKeon Demo- 
cratic 1432, Republican 789. 

7th District. (Election districts 8 and 9 
of ward 9, 1-10 of ward 15, and 1 of ward 16; 
population, 23,882.) JAMES A. RICH- 
MOND (Rep.) of New York City. He re- 
ceived a vote of 2,878 against 2,531 for James 

W. Fowler (Tam. Dem.), and 271 for 

Smith (Moz. Dem.) Vote in 1867, Cons. Re- 
publican, 1.353, Red Republican, 1,070, Tam. 
Democratic 1,353. 

8th District. (Ward 10, election dis- 
tricts 1, 4 and 19 of ward 11, and 1 and 2 of 
ward 17; population. 37,004.) MARTIN 
N A I ' I ITM ANN (Ind. Dem.), No. 117 Willett 
street. New York city. He was born in 
Etottenbach, 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 
been employed for seventeen years ; is an 
Adams' press printer ; ran in the largest 
district in New York city as an independent 
candidate, against the regular Tammany 
and Mozart nominations; receiving a vote 
of 4,441 against 3,358 for John B. Wilt (Reg. 
Dem.), and 2,216 for J. J. O'Brien (Rep.) 
Vote in 1867, Tammany Democrat, 3,730, 
Mozart Democrat, 1,773, Republican, 1,360, 
Independent, 313. 

9th District. (Election districts 3-7, 
and 10-17 of the 9th ward, and 7 of the 16th 
ward; population, 28,590.) WILLIAM G. 
BERGEN (Tam. Dem.) He was born in 
Ireland February 17, 1829, and the following 
year his parents removed to this country ; 
he first learned the art of printing, but his 
Ill-health requiring something more labor- 
ious, he acquired the trade of mason, which 
ho now follows. In the last House he was 
a member of the Committees on Public 
Printing and Charitable and Religious So- 
cieties. He received a vote of 3,823 against 
3,491 for J.Solis Ritterband (Rep.) and 475 lor 



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John V. Voorhies (Const. Un.) Vote In 

1867, Tammany Democrat, 3,311), Republi- 
can, 1,875), Independent, 520. 

10th District. (Election districts 3-8 and 
17-22 of the 17th ward ; population, 27,300.) 
ANTHONY IIAKTMA.N (Iinl. Horn.), 185 
Third street, New York city. He was born 
in New York city March 18,1835. He Is a 
Tabacconist by trade.served Cull term In the 
volunteer fire department : assisted in rais- 
ing a company in the Anderson Zouaves; 
served as second-lieutenant nineteen weeks 
when he left the service on account of the 
loss of a son three years of age ; he was ap- 
pointed to a clerkship in the Street Depart- 
ment, January '20, 1862, and served lour 
years; served in the ,S4th Regiment N. G. 8. 
N. Y. (Col. P. A. Conkling), in 1864, as lirst- 
lieutenant; was elected Councilman in 1866; 
was elected to the Assembly as a Tammany 
candidate in 1807, and as aii Independent in 

1868. In the last House he was a member 
of the Committees on Public Health and 
Engrossed Bills. He received a vote of 
3,410 against 2,217 for Owen Murphy (Tain. 
Dem.) and 1,650 for D. S. Riddles (Rep.) 
Vote in 1807, Tammany Democratic, 3,197, 
Republican, 998, Independent. 984. 

11th District. (Election districts 1-3 of 
ward 18, 8-10 and 14-17 of ward 20, 12-11 of 
ward 21: population, 27,785.) PETEli 
TRAINER (Dem.) He was born in Hart- 
ford, Conn., May27, 1833, and is a Merchant ; 
he received an academic education at Suf- 
iield Institute; was Assistant-quartermas- 
ter in the army, and has been Trustee of 
Common Schools. In the last Assembly he 
was a member of the Committees on Com- 
merce and Navigation, and Chairman of 
the Sub-Committee of the Whole. He re- 
ceived a vote of 3,482 against 3,265 for John 
V. Gridlev (Rep.) Vote in 1867, Democratic, 
2,644. Republican, 2,130. 

12th District. (Election districts 
5-18 of the 11th ward; population, 24,425.) 
HENRY WALTMAN (Dem.) No. v: 
avenue C, New York city. He was born in 
Bremen, Germany, April 12, 1881 : be held 
various positions of trust under the National 
and Municipal Governments, and is now 
general Foreman of Lands and Places, 
Street Commissioners' Department. He 
was a Member of Assembly in 1867, serving 
on the Committee on Grievances. He 
received a vote of 5,358 against 1,890 for 
Victor Hamberger (Rep.) Vote in 1^17, 
Tammany Democrat, 2.620, Mozart Demo- 
crat, 1.618. Republican, B30. 

13th District, (flection distri< ■■ 

and 8-14 of the 16th ward ; population, 24,425. 1 
WILLIAM HAI.IMN (Tam. DemJ No. 
105 Ninth avenue. New York city. He was 
born in Ireland, June 6, 1833; is a rectifier 
of liquors; and was. a member Of the 1st 
regiment cavalry seven years. He received 
a vote of 2,821 against 1,068 for A. it. Berries: 
(Moz. & Dem. On.), and 2,781 for Adexand r 
McLeod (Rep.) Vote in 1867, Democratic, 
2,591, Republican, 1,901, Democratic Union, 
258, Independent, 191. 

14th District. (Election districts 9-16 
and 23-4 of the 17th ward; population. 
2S.740) CHARLES H. WHALEN iTani. 
Dem.) He received a vote Of 2,805 against 
2,204 for James McKtever (Moz. Dem.), and 
1,168 for Herman 8. Carter (Rep.) Vote in 
1867, Tammany Democrat, 1,879, Republican. 
721, McKeon Democrat. 896, Independent 
Democrat, 403, Democrat Union. 804. 

15th District. (Election districts 1-7, 
11-13 and 18-22 of ward 20: population, 
34,808.) ALEXANDER FREAR (Tarn. 



Dem.) Mr. F. was born in Poughkeepsie, 
August 18,1820; is a Broker; was Council- 
man, 7th district, in 1858; Alderman 11th 
district, 1*60-1, and Member of Assembly in 
1866, '67, '68, Serving the latter session as 
Chairman of the Committee on cities. He 
received a vote of 8,788, against 1,943 for 
J. H. Ander.-.on (Rep.,, ],.~>;;| lor Joseph 
Blumentbal (Moz. Dem.), and 727 for John 
McDermott | Ind. Dem). Vote En 1887, Tam- 
many Democrat, 2.057, Democratic Union, 
1,623, Republican, 1,272, Independent Demo- 
crat, 810, Mo/.art Democrat, 409, Independ- 
ent, 108. 
16th District. (Election districts 4-16 of 

the 1Mb ward ; population, 27,744. I JAM ES 
IRVING 1 lain. Dem.) He was born in N. 
v. city, July >•. 1821 ; is a Batcher, and was 
Member of Assembly in 1867 and '68, serving 
the latter year on the Committee on Bail- 
roads and Public Education. He received 
a vote of 4,029, against 2,192 for D. P. Woods 

(Dem. Vn.), and L9M for James M. Thorn- 
Bon, Jr., (Men.) vote In 1867, Tammany 
Democratic, 1,752, McKeon Democrat, 1473, 
Republican, 1,808. Democratic Union, 1,16-5, 
( ionservative Onion, I 

17th District, (Election districts 1- 
14 of the 22d ward: population, 27,282.) 
GEORGE W. PLUNKETT (Tam. Dem.; 
He received a vote of I.C01 against 2 

for Ge >rge P. Bradford Rep. , and 1,743 for 

Terence Reilly I I), in. i vote ,n |m,7, Mozart 
and McKeon Democrat, 2,313, Republican, 
1,877, Tammany Democrat. 1844. 
18th District, (Election districts 1- 

II of the 21st ward; population, 23,030.) 
LAWRENCE n. KIERNAN (Tam. Dem.) 
226 East 85tb street. He was born in Ire- 
land, February 12, Istt; graduated at the 

Free Academy (now College of the City of 
New York), July, 1861, taking at the time, 
the lirst premium for prise speaking known 

; as Prize of the President of the Board of 
Education; graduated from the Law De- 
partment Of New York in ls64, and was 
\ admitted to the bar in 1865; is a public 
school teacher; at the formation of the 
Iri-b Brigade was appointed private secre- 
tarv to Gen. Meagher, but did not serve, 
owing to family affairs. He received a vote 
of 5,255 against 2.131 for Spencer Kerby 
and 537 for Patrick McDonough 
1 Moz. Dem) Vote In 1867, Tammany De- 
mocrats, 2.498, Republican. 1,432, Democratic 
Union, 1,125, Mozart Democrats, 431. 

19th District. (Election districts, 1, 7 
and 8 of ward 12 and 15-17 of ward 22 ; popu- 
lation, 23,219) JOSIAH PORTER (Tam. 
j Dem.) He received a vote of 1,474 against 
1,072, for William L. Wildey (Moz. Dem.), 
and 774 for Richard H. Greene iRep.) Vote 
In 1867, Tammany and Mozart, 1,066, Re- 
I publican, 936, McKeon and Union Demo- 
crats. 4>7. 
20TH District. (Election districts, 1 to 
I 13 of the 19th ward; population, 23,839.) 
I JOHN KEEGAN (Tam. Dem.) He re- 
I ceived a vote of 2,536 against 2,266. for 
Henry Clausen, Jr. (Dem. Un.) 2.182, for 
1 Nicholas Babcock (Rep.), and 211 for Daniel 
I B. Northrup (Moz. Dem.) Vote in 1867, 
Republican, 2,196, Tammany Democrats, 
2,090, Mozart Democrats, 743. 

21st District. (.Election districts 2-6 of 
the 12th ward, and 14-17 of the 19th wards; 
population, 20.264.) WILLIAM HITCH- 
MAN (Tam. Dem.), 17 East 85th street. He 
was born in Pearl street, November 18, 1830; 
was educated in the public and private 
scjiools of N. Y. city; is a Clerk; was 
elected School Trustee of the 19th ward in 



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December. 1859 : Commissioner of the same 
ward in 1862; Commissioner for the 7th dis- 
trict in 1804, and to the Constitutional Con- 
vention in April, 1867, for the 8th Senatorial 
district. He was Speaker of the last Assem- 
bly. He received a vote of 3.981 against 
2,5":33, for Robert C. Brown (.Rep.), and 363 
for John W. Bennett (Dem.) Vote in 1867, 
Tammany Democrats, 1,537, Republican, 
1,201, Mozart and Democratic Union, 1,103, 
Independent Democrats, 1,026. 

Niagara County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 43.242: is 
a closely contested county, and has two 
Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Cambria, Lock- 
port, Pendleton, Royalton, Wheatneld and 
Lockport citv; population, 26,363. ) RAN- 
SOM M. BREEDS (Dem.), of Lockport. 
He was born in Hartland, Angost 29, 1825; 
graduated from the Wilson Collegiate Insti- 
tute; was formerly a Henry Clay Whig; 
was elected town Superintendent of Com- 
mon Schools in 1851; edited the St. Law- 
rence County Democrat from June, 1864, to 
April, 1867, and is now editor of the Lock- 
port Daily Union. In the last Assembly he 
was Chairman of the Committee on Manu- 
facture of Salt, ami a Member of the Com- 
mittee on Railroads and Sub-Committee of 
the Whole. He was formerly a Whig. II 
received a vote of 2,678, against 2,660 for 
Henry F. Cady (Rep.) Vote in 1S67, Demo- 
cratic, 2.432, Republican, 2,186. 

2d District. (Towns of Hartland, Lew- 
iston. Newfane, Niagara, Porter, Somerset 
and Wilson; population, 23,292.) BENJA- 
MIN FARLEY (Rep. :, of roomer. Ho 
was born in Salem, Mass.. October I, 1810; 
is a Farmer; has been President of the 
Town and County Agricultural Societies; 
has been Highway Commissioner of the 

town of Wilson, and Justi. 1 1 .e- l\ a ■•■ 

ami Supervisor; was Sheriff of Niagara 
county. 1852-54. in the last Assembly be 
was Member of the Committee on Indian 
Affairs. He was formerly a Whig. 11 re- 
ceived a vote of 2,357, against 2,112 for Wil- 
liam Samways (Dem.) vote in 1867, Repub- 
lican, 1,914, Democratic, 1. 

Oneida County 

Contained a population, in 1865, Of I 
is a Republican county, ami baa four Mem- 
bers. 

1st Disthiot. fWardsl, 8. 1, 5. 6 and 7 of 
Dtlca, and town or New Hartford; popula- 
tion, 24.607.) ELi AVERY (Rep. , of Clay- 
villa He was born In Whltestown, March 
. at Fairfield and Clin- 
ton ocadem 1 in forwarding 

and commission bush in Utlca (llrmof 

Thorn A Avery), i-:i to 1861; was Kupervl- 

Ibr tbree l erna - an 1 ! I imbly 

in 1882 He is a (arm r 11 ather was 

from M 

Assembly In 828; his mother u.is Prom 

< !onne : • .■ 1 1 

against 3,185 for \< ■ 

. R. -]jtii>li« -an, 2 xatlc, 

2,770, 

2d Dia 1 an r. (Towns of \ 
Bridgewal r, Klrkland, Marshall, sunger- 
field, Vernon, W ind and Whites- 

town, and 2d ward i population, 

24.481.) ADDISON B. I 1 1 1 1.1. Rep.) 
Whltestown. 11 rn In Bal 

Herkimer coonty, Jaly 1 : . 1836; was edu- 
cated ut Pair del merly 
a teacher; took up his pr sent restd< nee In 
I80O, and has since been engaged in agricul- 



ture and horticulture. He has held several 
local offices. He received a vote of 3,284, 
against 2,627 for James M. Willard (Dem.) 
Vote in 1867, Republican, 2,949, Democratic, 
2,539. 

3d District. (Towns of Camden, Flor- 
ence, Rome, Vienna and Verona; popula- 
tion, 24.850.) JAMES STEVENS (Dem.), 
of Rome, where he was born, May 9, 1S36. 
Quite early in life he resided in California 
several years, and subsequently traveled to 
Central America and the Western States; 
was formerly prominent in the Fire Depart- 
ment of Rome; is Brigade Engineer in the 
start* of General Dering, and is President 
of the village of Rome. He Ls engaged in 

I the forwarding business. In the last As- 
sembly he was Chairman of the Committee 

! of the' Joint Library, and a member of the 
( Sommittee on Federal Relations and Canal 
I avestigation. He received a vote of 2,871 
against 2,567 for Myron H. Beckworth 
■ Rep. » Vote in 1857, Democratic, 2,631, Re- 
publican, 2,253. 

4th District. (Townsof Annsville. Ava, 
Boonsville, Deerfield, Floyd, Lee, Marcy, 
Remsen, Steuben, Trenton and Western; 
population, 28,775.) ERASTUSELY (Rep.), 
of Westernville. He was born in Ellis- 
burgh. Jefferson county, September 12, 1S19, 
and is a Merchant. He received a vote of 
3.402 against 2,693, for Joel T. Comstock 
(Dem.) Vote in 1S67, Republican, 3,014, 
Democratic, 2.5S0. 

Onondaga County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 93,332; is 
a Republican county, and has three Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Wards 1. S and 4 of Syra- 
cuse, and towns of Camillus. Cicero, Clay, 
Geddes, Lysander and Van Buren : popula- 
tion, 31.100") JAMES V.KENDALL (Rep.), 
of BaldwinsviHe. He was born in Volney, 
Oswego coilnty, March 2-5, 1818 ; was edu- 
cated at Geneva College, and is a Physician 
and surgeon; in the town of Clay, he was 
Superintendent of Schools in '46-7-S; Super- 
visor in '50 and '57, at which time he was 
Chairman of the Board of Supervisors; 
Surgeon of the 149th N. Y. Volunteers, 
went out with and returned with it; ono 
year in the Army of the Potomac : nearly 
two years in the Southern Army; Brigado 
Burgeon, 3d Brigade, 2d Division, 20th Army 
Corps, from Fall of '63; was absent - from 
the command but seven days in two years 
and ten months: was with Sherman's army 
in his campaign from Chattanooga to At- 
lanta and the march from Atlanta to the 
B a, and through the Carolinas to Washing- 
ton; discharged from the service in June, 
'65, alter the close of the war. His first 
vote was Democratic, but soon joined the 
Whig party, and remained with it until the 
lization of the Republican party, in 
1834, when he was nominated for Superin- 
tendent of the Poor, and defeated. He has 
elghl brothers, five are farmers, and two 
are Presbyterian Clergvmen, one in New 
York, Rev. H. Kendall, D. D., and the 
other in Columbus, Ohio, Rev. J. T. Ken- 
dall ; all the brothers under forty-five were 
In the army, and nearly every male nephew 
over sixteen. He received a vote of 4,197 
against 3.036, for Joel T. Paige (Dem.) Vote 
111 is ,:. Republican, 3,429, Democratic, 2,871. 

2n District (Wards 5 and 6 of Syracuse, 
and towns of El bridge, Lafayette, Marcel- 
lus, ( Inondaga, ( msco.skaneateles, Spartbrd 
and Tully; population, 30,840.) MOSES 



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SUMMERS (Rep.), of Syracuse. He was 
born in Wexford, Ireland, 1820; was edu- 
cated In the common schools and printing 
office; is publisher of the Syracuse Stand- 
ard; has been Alderman and Supervisor 
of the <>th ward of Syracuse; served in the 
army three years and two months, as regi- 
mental quartermaster, captain, A. CJ. M. D. 
and major, A. (J. M.; lie was formerly a 
Free Soil Democrat. He received a vote of 
4.2SI against 3,170 for Harlow W. Chitten- 
den (Dem.) Vote in 1807, Republican, 3,447, 
Democratic, 2.88L 

;m District. (Wards 2, 7 and 8 of Syra- 
cuse, and towns of De Witt, Fabius, Man 
lius, Pompev and Salina; population, 
31,032.) MILKS B. HAL'KKTT (Rep.), of 
Apulia, were he was born November'.!, 1826. 
He received a common school education, Is 
a merchant, has been Trustee of the place 
and Supervisor, and is at present postmas- 
ter. He received a vote of 4,02a against 
3,055 for Klizur Clark (Dem.) Vote in 1807, 
Republican, 3,138, Dem. 2,822. 

Ontario County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 40,210 ; is 
a Republican county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Towns of Farmin<jton, 
Gorham, Hopewell, Manchester. Phelps 
and Seneca; population, 22.893.) HENRY 
RAY (Rep.), of Phelps. He was born in 
Feriner, Madison county, September 19, 
1827; removed to Phelps in 1845, was elected 
Supervisor in 1S66 '07, notwithstanding it 
was a Democratic stronghold, and was 
member of the last House, serving on the 
Committee on Affairs of Villages. He re- 
ceived a vote of 2,843 against 2,399 for Hora- 
tio N. Mather (Dem.) Vote in 1SG7, Repub- 
lican. 2.331, Democratic, 2,148. 

2d District. (Towns of Bristol, Cana- 
dice, Canandaigna, East BJoomfield, Na- 
ples, Richmond, South Bristol, Victor 
and West Bloomfield; population, 20,453.) 
GEORGE COOK (Rep.), of Canandaigua. 
He was born in Cayuga, November, 1824; 
was educated at Cayuga Academy, and 
Geneva Medical College; is a Physician: 
has been Supervisor of Canandaigua, Sur- 
geon under the enrollment, etc. He received 
a vote of 2,852 against 1,832 for Manning C. 
Wells (Dem.) Vote in 1337, Republican, 
2,307, Democratic, 1,726. 

Orange County- 
Contained a population, In 1S35, of G2.4G4; 
is a closely contested county, and has two 
Members. 

1st District. (Towns of BloomingGrove, 
Cornwell. Monroe, Montgomery, New- 
burgh and New Windsor : population.35,449.) 
J. C. BANCROFT DAVIS (Rep.), post- 
office address. Carthage Landing, Dutchess 
county. He-was born in Worcester, Mass., 
December 29, 1822; was educated at Harvard 
University; is a Lawyer: was Secretary of 
Legation JLondon, 1849-54, and was formerly 
a Whig. His father was a member of Con- 
gress, 1825-53, except four years as Governor 
of Massachusetts. He received a vote of 
4,123 against 3,048 for Fran 'is T. Corwin 
(Dem.) Vote in 1867, contest ■ I. 

2n District. (Towns of Chester, ♦'raw- 
ford. Deerpark, Goshen, Greenville. Hamp- 
tonburgh, Miuisink, Mount Hope, Wallkiil, 
Warwick and Wawayanda; population, 34.- 
716.) THOMAS J. I»YON(Dem.). of Port Jer- 
vis. He was born in Newark. New .1 rs 
June 20, 1817 ; is a Lawyer, and was Post- 



master under Polk and Pierce. He received 
a vote of 4,082, against 4,071 lor Edward M. 
Madden (Rep.) Vote in 1867, Democratic, 
3,854, Republican, 3,152. 

Orleans County], 

Contained a population, in 18u>, of 28,603; 
is a Republican county, and lias one mem- 
ber. MARVIN HARRIS (Rep.).of Kendall. 
He was born m Salem, June 19, 1815; was 
educated at the Monroe Academy, and is a 
farmer: he held a commission in the start" 

of <'oi Sutherland, 52d Regiment, N. Y. s. 

M., 1839-13: was elected Colonel in 1843, but 
did not Serve, removing the same year to 

Mi luri, where he was married In 1844, to 
the daughter of Phillip I.. veil, of Ly ell street, 

Rochester, and removed to this State the 

same year. He was Supervisor in Kendall. 

I ; Magistrate for 1868, and re-elected 

in 1887, and the same year was appointed 

Postmaster; be is one of the directors of 
the Lake Ontario Shore Railroad company. 
He received a vote of 3,858, against 2,504 for 
Adna Bowen (Dem.) Vote in isij7, Repub- 
lican, 3,214, Democratic, 2,154. 

Oswego County 
Contained a population, in 1£ _ »;Lsa 

Republican county, and has three Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Hannlb i 
wego and Scriba. and I Iswego I 'i: v ; popula- 
tion, 28,738.) BENJAMIN DOOLITTLB 

(Rep.), of Oswego. He was born in Lenox, 
Madison county, December 29, l*-">: received 
a common school education, and n a Mer- 
chant Miller; he was bred a tanner and so 
continued until lslT, when be went lo I 
go, and engaged as clerk with Doolittle & 
Mallison, commission merchants and mil- 
lers; continued with them until 1850, then 
took an interest with them in the manufac- 
ture of flour barrels, until Bpring, 1852; then 
formed a copartnership, with Sylvester 
Doolittle, of same firm, in a general dry 
goods, grocery, ship chandlery and provi- 
sion business. In l8->4, sold out to S. Doolit- 
tle, and formed a copartnership with his 
brother, Charles'D.. under firm name of B. 
tfc C. Doolittle, and carried on an extensive 
hardware and stove :itil spring 

18(14; sold out and ton artnership 

with Ira L. Jenkins under firm name of 
Jenkins cfc Doolittle, and purchased of S. 
Doolittle the extensive flour mill and eleva- 
tor (Empire Mills), and since that time 
has carried on the manufacture of family 
brands of flour, second to none in the 
country, and turns out about 70.UM pounds 
annually. Was elected from the second 
ward (Oswego), in 1858, as a member of the 
Board of Education, two years; again, in 
I860, two years; again, In 1^2, two years, 
and, in 1863, was elected President of the 
Board for one year; again elected a mem- 
ber, in 1867, one year; in the spring i :' 

[ected Alderman for two years; was 
elected Treasurer of the Oswego Fire De- 
partment, in 1858, which position he held 
(being annually elected) until March, 1368; 
has been a Vestryman of the church of 
Evangelist (Episcopal), in Oswego, for ten 
years, and also its Treasurer, since 1861. 
Is now a member of the Local Board of 
the Oswego Normal Training School, ap- 
pointed, in 1867, by Mate superintendent 
of Schools, Victor M. Rice, to hold during 
good behavior. Voted for Martin Van 
Buren, in 1>K for President, having free- 
soil antecedents, and thereafter voted 
Whig ticket, until the organization of the 
Republican party. Was Secretary of the 



First Republican Convention, in Oswego, 
and was a member of the Republican 
Countv Committee, from 1858 to 1S6-5, and 
the last four years of that time was its 
Chairman. He received a vote of 2,971 
against 2,273. for Robert Gordon (Dem.) 
Tote in 1867, Republican, 2,287, Democratic, 
2,082. 

2x> District. (Towns of Constantia, 
Granby, Hastings, Palermo, Schroeppel, 
Volney and West Monroe; population, 
26,482.) JAMES D. LASHER (Rep.), of 
Fulton. He was born in Manlius, Onon- 
daga county, May 18, 1814 ; was formerly a 
Merchant Tailor but is now a Farmer : was 
Supervisor of the town of Granby in 1849 '50 
'53 and 64, and was Chairman of the Board 
in 1853; he was a Democrat until 1860. In 
the last Assembly he was a member of the 
Canal Committee. He received a vote of 
2.831 against 2,315 for Clinton Stephens 
(Dem.) Vote, in 1867, Republican, 2*262, 
Democratic, 2,043. 

3d District. (Towns of Albion, AmboV, 
Boylston, Mexico, New Haven, Orwell, 
Parish, Redfield, Richland, Sandy Creek 
and Williamstown; population, 20,980.) 
NATHAN B. SMITH (Rep.), of Pulaski. 
He was born in Danby, Vt., in the winter 
of 1842; his progenitors came from Connec- 
ticut and Rhode Island ; his maternal an- 
cestors were of Puritan stock and he is 
a thorough "Yankee." When fifteen 
years of age he entered Burr Seminary, 
then the best classical school in Vermont, 
and prepared for Middlebury College where 
he graduated with the highest honors in the 
class of 1863; was assistant clerk in the 
Vermont Legislature in 1864; he entered 
paymaster's department in 1853; became an 
army correspondent in spring of 1864, leav- 
ing in the Autumn, and in 1865 he removed 
to Oswego county, became Principal of the 
Pulaski Academy, which position he held 
nearly two 3'ears, and then completed his 
legal studies in the office of Hun 6.0. Hun- 
tington, of Pulaski, where he is now a prac- 
ticing Attorney and Counselor at Law. 1 1 a 
received a vote of 3.462 against 1,817 for 
John Davis (Dem.) Vote in 1MJ7, Republi- 
can, 2,373. Democratic, 2 - 

Otsego County 

Contained a population, in 186-5, of 48,610 ; is 
a closely contested county, and baa two 
Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Cherry Valley, 
Decatur, Exeter. Maryland, Bflddlefield, 
o, Plalnfiekl, Rich field, Roseboom, 
Springfield, Westford ami Worcester; pop- 
ulation, 24,882 WILLIAM W. i'aSjI'- 
BELL (Rep.), of Cherry Valley, where be 
wit.-, born June in, im;. The Campbells 
trace back their gem i •■ than 

eight hundred years. His ancestors, in the 
seventeenth century, were driven from 
their native bills of Arg] it land, 

by the bitter persecution which then pre- 
vailed and took refuge In ibe North of i re- 
land. The great-grand father of Judge 
Campbell emigrated Prom thence to New 
ELampshire, settling in Londonderry, and 
from thence he to Die Mohawk 

Valley in 17)1. II \t son, < Sol. Samuel < \\.u\\>- 
bell, was efficient in the French war, and a 
patriot in the Revolutionary war, when his 

farm was garrisoned for protection. He 
distinguished brmself lnthe battle of Orisk- 

any. Hlsson, J a iinpbell. married 

the daughter of < Sol. Klderkln, of Windham, 
Conn., and settled In (lurry Valley. They 
were the parents of the present member. 



He was early placed in the Cherry Valley 
Academy, and then entered Union College, 
from which he graduated in 1S27. He stud- 
ied law with Chancellor Kent. In the fall 
of 1830, an historical societ3 r was organized 
In Cherry Valley, when he engaged to write 
the history of the town, but finding it so 
intimately connected with the history of 
the Mohawk Valley, he abandoned that in- 
tention, and wrote the "Annals of Tryon 
County, or The Border warfare of New 
York, 5 ' a book held in high esteem for its 
historical value. Judge Campbell is also 
the author of the "Life and Writings of De 
Witt Clinton," " Life of Mrs. Grant," a mis- 
sionary to Russia, Life of Robin Hood, of 
Captain Kidd, etc. In 1839 he delivered an 
address before the New York Historical 
Societv, on Gen. James Clinton, and on the 
4th of July, 1840, he delivered the Centennial 
Address "in Cherry Valley. He was ap- 
pointed master in -Chancery in 1841, by 
Governor Seward, and in 1842 was also ap- 
pointed Commissioner of Bankruptcy for 
the Southern District of New York. He 
was elected to Congress in 1843, by the Whig 
and American vote, where he effected great 
reforms in our consular system. In 1845, 
he delivered an oration before the Beta 
Kappa Society of Union College. In 1848, 
he was elected one of the Judges of the 
Superior Court of New York city, with 
Duer and John L. Mason. He subsequently 
visited the old world, where he was warmly 
received. At a grand dinner given by the 
Celtic Society upon the lawn of the ancient 
castle of the Duke of Argyle, the following 
incident occurred, illustrative of Scottish 
character ; 

The President of the Society, alluding to 
the subject of our sketch, stated that there 
was one among them who had long been a 
wanderer from the Highland flock ! who, 
indeed, now placed his foot upon the ances- 
tral soil for the first time. He stated that 
his ancestors, nearly a century and a half 
since, had been driven out of Scotland by 
persecution for conscience sake, and that 
he was the first of his immediate race who 
had returned to the land of his forefathers. 
Belonging by blood, as he did, to a very 
old branch of the powerful clan of Argyle. 
the President trusted that the Society would 
adopt the motion he had to make, which 
was that the gentleman should be elected 
an honorary member of the Society. The 
motion was adopted by acclamation, and 
the health of the new member drank with 
highland honors. Each chieftain standing 
with his left foot upon his chair, and his 
right resting upon the edge of the table, 
carried his glass slowly round his head 
with his right hand repeating in Gaelic. 
alter the President, "neish, neish,sheel orra, 
m Ith .' (now, now, here's to him, now) after 
which the old piper of the Marquis of 
Breadalbane, who had been an attentive 
listener, struck up the stirring tune of the 
dans' song at the gathering in 1745— 

" O, you're long in coming, but you're wel- 
come, etc. 

He returned to Cherry Valley in 1S55, and 
in K"»7 he was elected Justice of the Supreme 
Court for the Sixth Judicial District. In 
the last election he received a vote of 3,124 
against 8,056 for James Young (Dem.) Vote 
in ls',7. Republican, 2,778, Democratic, 2,840. 

-i> District. (Towns of Burlington, But- 
ternuts, Kdmeston, Hartwick, Laurens, 
Miliord. Morris, New Lisbon, Oneonta, 
' it'';'o, Pittsfield and Unadilla: population, 
24,2840 CLIFFORD S. ARMS (Rep.), of 



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Unadilla. He was born in Canaan, Colum- 
bia county, January 1, 1835 ; be was educated 
at Madison Academy, N. Y., and Delaware 
Literary Institute, 1« ranklin ; be Is ft Law- 
yer, He received a vote of 3,413 against 
3,053, for William C. Bentley (Dem.) Vote 
iu 1867, liepublican, 2,878, Democratic, 2,035. 

Putnam County 

Contained a population, in 1666, of 14,845; i s 
a Democratic countv and has one Member, 
MORGAN HORTON (Dem.), of I5nw.st.rs. 
He was born in Southeast, Putnam county, 
April 24,1819; he is a Farmer; has been 
four times a member of the Board of Super- 
visors, and twice its Chairman ; has held 
the office of Excise Commissioner, and has 
been County Superintendent of Schools for 
four years ; he was one of the Commission- 
ers appointed by Governor Seymour to 
enroll the militia of the town. He received 
a vote of 1,719 against 1.5G3 for William S. 
Clapp (Rep.) Vote in 1867, Democratic, 
1,478, Republican, 1,255. 

Queens County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 59,967; is a 
Democratic county, and has two Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Flushing, North 
Hempstead and Oyster Bay; population, 
25,565.) JAMES B. PEARSALL (Dem.), 
of Glen Cove. He was born in Roslyn, 
March 14, 1827 ; he has held several offices 
of public trust in county and town : toe is 
descended fiom Nathaniel Pearsall, who 
represented Queens in 1690-91, and from 
Thomas Pearsall and Thomas Buchanan, 
those eminent old merchants of New York 
city, whose business career, extending over 
a half century, from 1820, did so much to 
develop the metropolis. He received a vote 
of 2,715 against 2.184, for L. Bradford Prince 
(Rep.) VoteiniS67, Democratic, 2,136, Re- 
publican, 1.337. 

2d District. (Towns of Hempstead, 
Jamaica and Newtown ; population, 32,432.) 
JOHN B. MADDEN (Dem.). of Long Island 
City. He was born in Ireland, June 12, 1823, 
graduated at the College of Esker, Galway, 
Ireland, in 1842; has been a citizen of this 
country since 1850, and has been Justice of 
the Peace of Newtown, since 1S60. In the 
last House he was a member of the Com- 
mittee on Privileges and Elections, and 
Chairman of the Committee on Charitable 
and Religious Societies. He received a vote 
of 3,477 against 2,66S, for Samuel Smith 
(Rep.) Vote in 1S67, Democratic, 2,670, Re- 
publican, 1,474. 

Rensselaer County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 88,210; is 
a Republican county, and has three Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (City of Troy; population, 
39,293.) JOHN L. FLAGG (Dem.), of Troy. 
He was born in Nashua, Me., September 
11, 1336; graduated at Harvard College in 
1S57: is a Lawyer ; was elected a member of 
the Board of Education of- Troy, for the 3d 
ward, in March. 1860, serving two years: 
was elected Police Justice in March, 1S62, 
serving three years: was elected Mayor, 
March, 1S66, and re-elected in 1007, 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. In the last 
Assembly he was Chairman of the Com- 
mittee of Ways and Means and a member 
of Federal Relations. He received a vote 



of 5,058 against 4,229, for George W. Sweet 
(Rep.) Vote in 1867, Democratic, 4,484, Re- 
publican, 3. 142. 

2d DISTRICT. (Towns of Berlin. Grafton, 
Hoosiek, Lansingburgh, Petersburgh, Pitts- 
town ami Scbajtbtlcoke ; population, 23,282.) 
EDWARD AKEN (Rep.;, of Pittstown, 
where he was born April 3,1835. He is a 
Farmer, and deals extensively in flax; he 
Wftfl elected Supervisor in 1866, '67. '68. He 
received a vote of 3,122 against 2,331 tor Mar- 
tin v. b. Finch (Dem.) Vote in 1067, Re- 
publican, 2,717, Democratic, 2,044. 

:;i> DISTRICT, (Towns of Brunswick, 
East Greenbueh, Qreenbnsh, Nassau, 
North Qreenbush, Poestenkill, Bandlake, 

Schodack and stepheiitownj population, 
25,685.) HARRIS B. HOWARD (Dem.), of 
East Schodack, where lie was horn, April, 
27,1860; he is a Merchant; has held nearly 
every town office; was Deputy Sheriff nine 
years, and was Supervisor 1861 '02 and '64. 
In the last House he was ( hairrnan of the 
Committee on State Charitable Institutions 
and a member of the Committee on the 
Erection and Division of Towns and Coun- 
ties. He received a vote of 3.160 against 
3,059 for Thomas Davis | Rep.) Vote m 1007, 
Democratic, 3,082, Republican, 2,4Q& 

Richmond County- 
Contained a population, In 1006, of 28.209; is 
a Democratic eounty, and has one Member. 
JOHN DECKER (Dem.), of Port Richmond 
(or Astor House, New York city,] He was 
born in New York city May 1>. 1823, and 
was a member ol the Fire Department of 
the city twenty-three years ; In- was elected 
assistant engineer in 1853, and re-elected in 
'56 and '59 ; in 1860 he was elected chief, and 
was re-elected in 1863. In the last Assembly 
he was a member of the Committee on 
State Prisons and sub-Committee of the 
Whole. He received a vote of 2,000 against 
2,047 for Willett N. Hawkins (Rep.), and 
1,109 for Townsend Marsh < Did. Dem.) Vote 
in 1867, Democratic, 2,336, Republican, 1,2 in. 

Rockland County 

Contained a population, in [005, i »f 20 7! 
a Democratic countv, and has one Member. 
JAMES SUFFERS" (Dem.), of Suffern. 
He received a vote of 2,789 against 1,840 for 
Charles E. Cosgrove (Rep.) Vote in 1867, 
Democratic, 1,952, Republican, 1,337. 

St. Lawrence County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 80,994 ; is 
a Republican county, and has three Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Towns of De Kalb. De 
Peyster, Fine, Fowler, Gouverneur, Ham- 
mond, Macomb, Morristown. Oswegatchie, 
Pitcairn and Rossie: population, 28,412.) 
GEORGE M. GLEASON (Rep.), of East 
Pitcairn. He was born in East Pitcairn. 
September 16,1828; is a Farmer: has held 
the office of Justice of the Pence rive years; 
Supervisor three years; he enlisted as pri- 
vate, and was promoted 2d Lieutenant in 
the N. Y. S. V., and was appointed Assist- 
ant Quartermaster; he served sixteen 
months, when he was so emaciated from 
the effects of typhoid fever, that he was dis- 
charged. In the Assembly of 1S66. he was 
a member of the Committee on Claims, and 
in 1007, he was chairman of Indian Affairs 
and member of Claims. In the last As- 
sembly lie was a member of the Committee 
on Public Lands. He received a vote of 
3,s92 against 1,401 for Jeremiah Ames (Dem.) 



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Vote in 1867, Bepublican, 3,017, Democratic, 
1.0S0. 

2d District. (Towns of Canton, Colton, 
Edwards, Hermon, Lisbon, Madrid, Nor- 
folk, Pierpont, Russell and Waddington ; 
population, 27,066.) JULIUS M. PALMER 
(Rep.), of Russell. He was born in Wilna, 
Jefferson county, December 11, 1830; is a 
Merchant and Surveyor; was town clerk 
1857 '61. and Supervisor 1865 '66 ; be was ap- 
pointed Postmaster by President Lincoln, 
May 10, 1831, and removed by Johnson No- 
vember 7, 1866; he was appointed by tbe 
Supervisors, in 1866, to equalize the assess- 
ment, and was appointed a Notary Public 
March 6, 1867. In the last Assembly he was 
a member of the Committee on Expendi- 
tures of the Executive Department. He 
received a vote of 4,103 against 1,436 for Jus- 
tice B Picket (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Repub- 
lican, 3,357, Democratic, 1,236. 

3d District. (Town3 of Brasher, Hop- 
kinton, Lawrence, Louisville, Massena, 
Parishville, Potsdam and Stockholm; pop- 
ulation. 25,516.) ALEXANDER EL AX- 
DREWS (Rep.), of Massena, where he waa 
born, April 10,1819; he is a Farmer, and 
was Postmaster in 1841-15; he was a Whit? 
until 1855. In the last Assembly he waa a 
member of the Committee on Grievances. 
He received a vote of 3,7SS against 1,010, for 
William H. Paddock (Dem.) Vote in 1867, 
Republican, 3,215, Democratic, 877. 

Saratoga County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 49,892; is 
a Republican count}', and has two Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. ' (Towns of Ballston, 
Charlton. Clifton Park, Galway, Half- 
moon, Malta, Milton, Providence, Still- 
water and Waterlord ; population, 25,518. 1 
TRUMAN G. YOUNGLOVE, of Crescent 
(P. O. address, Cohoes.) Mr. Y. was born 
in Edinburgh, Saratoga county, October 31, 
1815. His lather was a tanner, currier and 
shoemaker by trade, and carried them all 
on at the same time: he learned tbe Bame 
occupations, and fur a time followed them ; 
subsequently taught a district school three 
winters, and then commenced tin- study of 
the law with the late Eton. Daniel (Jady; he 
is a Lawyer by profession ; Is Agent of the 
Cohoes Company, having char,'.- of all the 
water power at Cob and Is B Manufac- 
turer of Hosiery ' tooda and straw is tarda : 
is also President <>f Oohoes <i;us Light Com- 
pany; President of Clifton Company, a 

ry manufacturing company, an I - 
retary and Treasurer of i rings 

Institution; be tun been a Director in the 
National Bank ol Coboi . fi im It organi- 
sation as B State Hank, in 1861, and is a 

Director in the Albany city insurance Com- 
pany and tin- Troy and I dlroad 
t Sompany : wae if 1 be Pi are in 
Galway, Saratoga county, Ipril, 
1843, serve I I •■• o years; waa Pi 
Board of Education ol Cohoes Ave years, 
elected April, 1868 and Trustee of the vil- 
lage one term, elected April, 1851; In the 
iblyoi I860, be was Chairman of the 
Committee on Trad.- and afanufaci irea ; In 
1867 he was Chairman of Insurance Com- 

fianies ami a member of Railroads, in the 
ast House be was placed on the i '11111111- 

tee on Internal Allan-. and 

Counties. He received a vole ol 
against 3,017, f<»r John Titoomb (Dem.) 

Vote in 1867, Republican, 2,722, JK-mocratlc, 
2,678. 



2d District. (Towns of Corinth, Day, 
I Edinburgh, Greenfield, Hadley, Milton, 
'• Moreau, Northumberland, Saratoga, Sara- 
toga Springs and Wilton; population, 
24,374.) DE WITT C. HOYT (Rep.), of 
Saratoga Springs. He was born in Milton, 
August 2-5, 1824 ; is a Line Manufacturer and 
Farmer; is Supervisor of Greenfield; Presi- 
dent of the Saratoga County Agricultural 
Society, and trustee of the Saratoga Insti- 
tute. He received a vote ol 3,316 against 
2,864, for Cyrus Sumner (Dem.) Vote in 
1867, Republican, 2,735, Democratic, 2,276. 

Schenectady County- 
Contained a population, in 1865, of 20,898; is 
a closelv contested county, and has one 
Member. HENRY M. CRANE (Rep.), of 
Schenectady, where he was born, January 
12, 1830; he was educated at Exeter Academy, 
N. H.and Rensselaer Institute, Troy; he 
is a Linen Manufacturer; was Supervisor 
of Rotterdam in 1856. '57; is an active Re- 
publican, and contributed largely to its 
success both in time and money ; is a mem- 
ber of the Republican State Committee; he 
was energetic in support of the war, and 
sent twelve volunteers, paj'ing them liberal 
bounties. He received a vote of 2,420 
against 2,360, for Gershom Banker (Dem.) 
Vote in 1867, Republican, 2,158, Democratic, 
2,206. 

Schoharie County- 
Contained a population, in 1865, of 33,353; is 
a Democratic county, and has one Member. 
PETER R. DYCKMAN (Dem.), of Jeffer- 
son. He was born in Schoharie, August 
24, 1S24 ; received a common business edu- 
cation at Jefferson Academy: is a Carpenter 
and Teacher ; was Superintendent of Com- 
mon Schools one term ; assistant United 
States census marhal in 1860; enlisted in 
the 9lst Regiment N. Y. S. Volunteers, 
September 3, 1864, and was discharged June 
23. 1865 ; participated in the closing scenes 
of the war, and was present at Lee's 
surrender. He received a vote of 4,714 
against 3,302, for Andrew W. Rowley (Rep.) 
Yote in 1867, Democratic, 4,352, Republican, 
2,575. 

Schuyler County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 18,441 ; is 
a Republican county, and has one member. 
GEORGE CLARK (Rep.), of Altay. He 
was born in Tyrone, June 25, 1820; worked 
on a farm until he was 21 years of age ; 
then as a Carpenter eleven years, and then 
as Merchant fifteen years; he was Town 
Clerk in 1848-51, and Supervisor in 1854-59; 
he was formerly a Whig. He received a 
vote of 2,649 against 2,158. for George G. 
Freer (Dem.) Vote in 1S67, Republican, 
2,240, Democratic, 1,904. 

Seneca County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 27,653; is 
a 1 )emocratic county, and has one Member, 
.losi AH T. MILLER (Dem.), of Seneca 
Falls. He was born in Juniata, Penn., 
April 11.1 320 ; was left an orphan in infancy, 
and has worked his way without any family 
assistance wh never ; came to this State on 
i'" t and alone, in 1834; was educated at 
Bloomflejd Academy, Pa., and Seneca 
Falls Academy ; is not the graduate of any 
college; is a practicing Lawyer, senior in 
the firm of Miller & Hawley; operates in 
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of the National Exchange Bank, and of a 
Woolen Mills Corporation at Seneca Falls; 
commenced public life as an Editor, in 
1839; elected Justice of the Peace in his 
21st year, and held office eight years ; was 
the iirst Justice of Sessions elected in his 
County under the present Constitution; 
was postmaster twelve years under Polk, 
Pierce and Buchanan ; District Attorney 
six years ; County Judge and Surrogate, 
each four years; President of the Board 
of Education ; Inspector-General of the 
State in 1SU3-4, and now U. S. Commissioner ; 
was the Democratic Candidate for Justice 
of the Supreme Court in the 7th District, in 
18G7, and declined a nomination for Un- 
constitutional Convention, his party, in 
Seneca County, declining to cast any votes 
at that election; was appointed by Gover- 
nor Morgan on the War Committee for the 
25th district, and took an active part In 
organizing the 33d, the 126th and the 148th 
Begiments N. Y. V., and as Seymour's In- 
spector-General in sending the Militia to 
Pennsylvania in 1803, and in organizing 
the National Guard for the defense of New 
York city; was on duty there during the 
great riot. General Miller has always been 
a Democrat. He established the Seneca 
Falls Democrat, in 1S39, and was its sole 
editor for nine years. In 1S48 he sup- 
ported Cass; and the paper passed into 
Free Soil hands. In the state Convention 
of 1851, he was one of the ten men who 
organized the Soft Party by opposing the 
caucus nominations and platforms of the 
Hunker and Barn Burner parties alike, 
and forced a compromise on Halsey, and 
Union resolutions. From that time General 
Miller has been known in his own party as 
a " Seymour Democrat." He was a mem- 
ber of the Cincinnati and Chicago Demo- 
cratic Conventions, and of the suae Con- 
ventions that nominated Seymour in 1852, 
'02, u!. Has been a member o"f every Demo- 
cratic County Convention in his county for 
twenty-rive consecutive years : and gener- 
ally of the Congressional, Senatorial and 
Judicial Conventions of bis party. Judge 
Miller always goes on the stump In his 
locality ; and writes considerably for the 
press on political and legal subjects. Takes 
an active interest in Agriculture and Horti- 
culture, and in all Educational movements. 
Has long been a Trustee of the Seneca 
Falls Academy, and an advocate of Free 
Schools. He is attached to the Episcopal 
Church, and has been In the Vestry of 
Trinity Church, Seneca Falls, since 1837, 
and frequently a member of the Diocesan 
Conventions. Is married, and lias a family 
of five boys and one daughter. He received 
a vote of 3,233 against 2,.slt>, for Axa D. 
Baker (Bep.) Vote In 1807, Democratic, 
3,034, Republican, 2,4-59. 

Steuben County 

Contained a population, in 1885, of 60,192 ; is a 
Bepubiican county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Towns of Avora, Bath, 
Bradford, Cohocton, Dansville, Fremont. 
Howard. Prattsburgh, Pultney, Urbana, 
Wayland. Wayne ami Wheeler; popula- 
tion, 27,077.) MONROE BRUND AGE 
of Bath. He received avoteol 8,483 against 
3,090 tor John J. Little (Dem.) vote in 1867, 
Bepubiican. 2,502, Democratic, 3.U22. 

2r> District. (Towns of Addison. I 
ron, Campbell, Canisteo, Corning, Erwin, 
Greenwood, Ilarlsville. Horuellsville, 
Hornsby, Jasper, Lindley, Bathbone, 



Thurston, Troupsburgh, Tuscarora, West 
Union and Woodhullj population, 38,515.) 
SAMUEL MITCHELL (Bep.), of Cameron 
Mills. lie was born in Lisle, Broome 
county, January 19, 1S21 ; was educated at 
Lisle and i'ittsiield, Mass , Academies, and 
is a Physician and Surgeon ; he was for- 
merly a Whig, be is of English descent, his 
father emigrating from Yorkshire in 1801. 

He received a vote, of 6,029 against 3,493 
lbr Noah i >. Ogden. Vote in lso7, Bepubii- 
can, 3,915, Democratic, 3,133. 

Suffolk County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 12,809; is 
a closely contested county, anil has one 
Member. WILLIAM A. CON ANT (Rep.), 
of Huntington. Hi- was horn In Craftsbury, 
Vt., November 9, 1818; was educated in the 
common schools and academies of Ver- 
mont; is a Merchant and holds the office 
Of Notary Public; cast his Iirst vote for 
Henry (lay, and has ever since been a 
Whig or itepublican; his son enlisted as a 
private in the Hth New York in July, 1881, 
and remained In the army until the close 
ofthe war. returning with a cap:. ins com- 
mission; on his mother's side he !s a rela- 
tive of ex-President Pierce. Be received a 
vote of 4. 451 against 4,325 for John L. Gar- 
diner (Bern.) Vote in 1807, Republican, 
3,317, Democratic, 3,808. 

Sullivan County- 
Contained a population, in 18C5, of 32,711 : is a 
Democratic county, and has one Member. 
J ami:- L. LA MORSE (Dem.),ofGraham- 
, ville. He was hem in Dutchess county, 
February 2, 1821, was educated at Wfstfield, 

Mass., Academy, and the < College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, New York : was a Whig 
down to 1854, when he identified himself 

with the Democratic party; favored tne 
vigorous prosecution ot the war: has been 
an elder in the Reformed Protestant Dutch 
church for the past fifteen years and has 
represented the church in all of its various 
ecclesiastical courts ; hash 1 lent of 

1 unty Weed Society, and delivered an 
- before that society which was well 
received and published in thecounty papers; 
has been for the past two years and is now 
a delagate to the State Medical Society; 
is of French-Scotch extract, his father's an- 
cestors were Huguenots. He received a 
vote of :;.71? against 32221 for John H. Do- 
vine (Rep.) vote m :-j:. Democratic, 272, 
Bepubiican, 2,799. 

Tioga County 

Contained a population, in 1883, of 28,1 
a Republican county, and has one Member. 
LYMAN TRUMAN Bep.), of Oswego. 
He was born in Candor, March 2. 1808; re- 
I a common RCbOOl education; is a 
Banker, Fisherman and Landoperator; was 
Constable and Commissioner of Highways 
prior to 1840, and during the three following 
.wars was Supervisor; he was President of 
Che Bank of Oswego; he was a member of 
Senate 1858 '63 ; be was Chairman ofthe 
i iting Committee ofthe 24th s-natorial 
District; voted for Jackson in 182s; was a 
Whig, 1832 '47. then Barnburnerandthen Re- 
publican. He received a vote of 4.216 
against 3,282 for Frederick O. Cobb (Dem.) 
Vote in lso7, Republican, 3,5GJ, Democratic, 
3,059. 



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Tompkins County- 
Contained a population, in 1865, ot 30,966 ; is 
a Republican countv, and has one Member. 
JOHN H. SELKREG (Rep.), of Ithaca. 
Mr. S. was born in Staatsburgh, Dutchess 
county, N. Y., September 10, 1817; was edu- 
cated in the common school and graduated 
for the printer's case ; was formerly part 
owner of the Brooklyn Eagle, and in 1839-40 
published the Poughkeepsie Casket, a 
literary paper ; he has been for 25 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 Calendar 
Clock company; was Loan Commissioner 
from 1857-61, and was appointed Postmaster 
at Ithaca by President Lincoln in July, 1861, 
and continued to hold that otlice until 
August 25, 1866. when he was removed by 
President Johnson ; was formerly a Demo- 
crat, but participated in the Free boil 
movement. He was a member in 1S67 '63, 
serving on the Committees on Ways and 
Means and Banks. He received a vote of 
4,627 against 3,112 for Richard T. Hedden 
(Dem.) Vote in 1867, Republican, 3,875, 
Democratic, 2,927. 

Ulster County- 
Contained a population, in 1S65, of 69.S1 3 ; is a 
Democratic county, and has three Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Towns of Kingston and 
Saugerties: population, 26.722. | PATRICK 
J. PJLYNN (Dem.), of Rondout. He was 
born in Leitrim county, Ireland, Nov. 19, 
1823; is a Merchant; has been village trus- 
tee and overseer of the poor lor Beveral 
years; united with the 20th Regiment N. Y. 
S. M. in 1»53, and was appointed captain in 
1857; entered the United states service in 
1861 as captain in the same regiment, and is 
at present iis Colonel. He received a vote 
of 3,348 against 2,769 for Erastus D. Chip- 
man (Rep.) Vote in 1867, Democratic, 2, 517, 
Republican, 1,938. 

2d District. (Towns of Esopns, Gardi- 
ner, Lloyd, Marbletown. Marlborough, New 
Paltz, Piattekill, Roeendale ami Snawan- 
gunk : population, 25,511.) ABRAHAM E. 
KASRROUCK (Dem.), of Highland, where 
he was born July 7, 1832; graduated from 
Fay's Academy. Poughkeepsie, In 1848; is 
engaged in the transportation business : was 
first connected with the American party, 
and then with the Democratic; has been 
town collector, ami ha-- repeatedly refused 

the nomination lor supervisor. In the last 

Assembly he was a member of the Com- 
mittee on Hanks Engrossed Bills and sub- 
committee of the wimie. He received a 
■ •; 2,805 against 2,752 for CareyK. Con- 
nelly i Kepi vote in U ~. Democrat! 
Republican, 2,13 >. 

;tn Distrii i (Towns ot Denning, Hard- 
an bu r gh, Hurley. Olive. Rochester, shanda- 
ken, wawarsing ami Woodstock; popula- 
tion, 23,876.) JAM!-" Kl HOONMAKER 
(Rep.). of Accord, li n in Wawar- 

sing, December 29, 18.12; is a Merchant: 
casl bis Brsl vote fbr Fremont; has held 
several town oliices, and is the present 
Supervisor. Jle received a vote of 2,471 
against 2,111 lor Theodore Gulgou (Dem.) 
Vote iii 1^,7. Republican, 1,842, Democratic, 

*375. 

Warren County- 
Contained a population, In 1805, of 21, 128; la 



a Republican countv, and has one Member. 
NICHOLAS B. LA BAU (Rep.), of Luzerne. 
He was born in Trenton, N. J., in 1823; 

fraduated at Columbia College, in 1847 ; is a 
.awyer ; is inspector of election in the N. 
Y. C. R R. Co.. and was a member of the 
Senate of 1S6S-7. In the last Assembly he 
was a member of the Judiciary Committee. 
He received a vote of 2.518 against 2,425 for 
Godfrev R. Martine (Dem.) Vote in 1867, 
Republican, 2,384, Democratic, 2,330. 

Washington County- 
Contained a population, in 1865, of 46,244; is 
a Republican county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Towns of Argyle, Cam- 
bridge, Easton, Fort Edward, Greenwich, 
Jackson, Salem and White Creek ; popula- 
tion, 23,783.) WILLIAM J. PERRY, of 
White Creek. He received a vote of 3,618 
against 2.174 for George Satterlee (Dem.) 
Vote in 1867, Republican, 3,100, Democratic, 
1,694. 

2d District. (Towns of Dresden, Fort 
Ann, Granville, Hampton, Hartford. He- 
bron, Kingsbury, Putnam and Whitehall : 
population, 22,461.) ISAAC V. BAKER, 
Jr. (Rep.), of Comstock's Landing, where 
he was born August 15,1843; he was edu- 
cated at North Granville Academy and 
Brooklyn Polytechnic and Collegiate In- 
stitute; he is a Farmer. Merchant and 
sheep breeder (in the latter business in firm 
of Baker & Harrigan) ; has been Secretary 
of Washington county Sheep Breeders and 
Wool Growers Association since its organ- 
ization, four years; is President of the 
Washington Agricultural Society, ran over 
two hundred ahead of his ticket in his dis- 
trict and fifty in the town, notwithstanding 
his opponent resided in the same town and 
had usually carried it for Supervisor, by 
about one hundred and fifty;* he is the 
youngest member in the House. He re- 
ceived a vote of 3.618 against 2,174 for Wil- 
liam E. Brown (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Re- 
publican, 2,152, Democratic, 2,000. 

Wayne County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 47,498 : is 
a Republican county, and has two Mem- 
bers. 

1st District. (Towns of Butler, Galen, 
Huron, Lyons, Rose, Savannah, Sodus and 
Wolcott; population, 26.250.) MERRITT 
THORNTON (Rep.), of South Sodus. He 
was born in Bennington, Vt., April 6, 1803; 
Is a Farmer, Lime and Stone Manufacturer, 
and has been Supervisor of Sodus lor three 
years; he was formerly a Whig. He re- 
ceived a vote of 3,180 against 2,688 for Edwin 
H. Draper (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Republi- 
can, 2,s.j7, Democratic, 2,156. 

2n District. (Towns of Arcadia, Mace- 
don, Marion, Ontario, Palmyra, Walworth 
and Williamson; population, 21,148.) ELI- 
JAH MclvINNEYGLEN (Rep.), of Mace- 
don. He was born in Amsterdam, Mont- 
gomery county, August 12, 1S07: he is -an 
original abolitionist; believes m -"lands for 
the landless," helms been a strict temper- 
ance man for forty years, but has no faith 
in prohibitory laws; he has always held to 
the Calvinistlc theology, but is not a mem- 
ber of any Church; he has held some tri- 
lling town oliices ; was keeper in Sing Sing 
prison from May, 1857. to September, 1859, 
and Postmaster at Macedon from June, 
I8U1, to March, 1806: he cast his first vote for 
John Ci. Adams in 182S, and participated in 



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157 



the organization of the Liberty party in 
1840. In the last Assembly he was ap- 
pointed on the Committee on Charitable 
and Religious Societies; he resigned his 
seat April 11, 180S, owing to alleged unfair 
conduct in regard to investigation of 
charges of corruption made by him. He 
received a vote of 3,180 against 2,068 for 
William D. Wylie (Dem.) Vote in 1867, Re- 
publican, 2,216, Democratic, 1,758. 

Westchester County 

Contained a population, in 1865, of 101,107; 
is a Democratic county, and has three 
Members. 

1st District. (Towns of Morrisania, 
Westchester, West Farms and Yonkers; 
population, 35,706.) CLAIBORNE FERRIS 
(Dem.), of Westchester. He received a 
vote of 4,411 against 2,867, for Townsend 
Poole (Rep.) No contest in 1867. 

2d District. (Towns of Bedford, East 
Chester, Greenburgh, Harrison, Msofnaro- 
neck, New Rochelle, North Castle, Pelham, 
Rye, Scarsdale and White Plains; popula- 
tion, 34,789.) W. EDGAR LAWRENCE 
(Dem.), of Eastchester. He received a 
vote of 4,108 against 3,013, for James Hag- 
gerty (Rep.) Vote in 1867, Democratic,' 
3,202, Republican, 2,068. 

3d District. (Towns of Cortlandt, Lewis- 
boro, Mt. Pleasant, North Salem. Ossining, 
Poundridge, Somers and Yorktown : popu- 
lation, 30,612.) JAMES W. HUSTED 
(Rep.), of Peekskill. He was born in Bed- 
ford, October 31, 1833; he graduated at Yale 
College and is a Lawyer; he has been 
Superintendent of Schools; School Com- 
missioner; Deputy Superintendent of In- 
surance Department; Harbor Master; 
Deputy Captain of the Port of New York : 
Judge Advocate of the 7th Brigade N. Y S. 



M.. and D. I». a. M . of the Masonic Frater- 
nity; ho was formerly an American, and 
for two y<urs was Secretary of the State 
Council, but, during the Utlca Convention, 
in 185!), when the ilyhrid ticket was formed, 
he published a protest against it, and left 
the organization j he lias since been a Re- 
publican. He received a vote of 3,569 
against 3.261, for Henry C Nelson (Dem.) 
Vote in 1807, Republican, 2,711, Democratic, 
2,802. 

Wyoming County 

Contained a population, In 1805, of 30.033; is 
a Republican county, and has one Member. 
MARCUS A. II. \ I.I. i Re,,.,, of Pike. He 
was born in Bridgewater, Oneida county, 
December 26, 1819; was formerly a Manu- 
facturer of Woolen Goodfl for twenty-five 
year-.; but is now Fanner and Dealer: is 
serving his sixth year as supervisor; he 
cast his iirst vote for Henry Clay, and was 
a Whig until the organization of the Repub- 
lican parly ; his lather, Dr. Laurens Hail, 
was State Senator for Allegany, in i- 
He received a vote of 1.177 against 2,620, for 
Henry S. Jay (Dem.) Vote in i.yj7, Repub- 
lican, 3,485. Democratic, 2,290. 



Yates County 



Contained a population, in 1865, of 19,338; is 
a Republican countv, and has one Member. 
FOSTER A. IIIXsoN Rep.) of Vine Val- 
ley. He was born in Middlebury, Yates 
county, in January, ls34 ; was educated at 
Genesee College; is a Lawyer, was Pay- 
master in United States Army. Major and 
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel. He received a 
vote of 3.077 against 1,787, for George R. 
Young (Dem.) Vote in 186., Republican, 
2,018, Democratic and People's, 2,10V. 



Recapitulation. 

Republicans, 73 

Democrats 55 

Total, 128 



THE PUBLIC DEBT. 

January 1, 1S69. 



DEBT BEARING COIN INTEREST. 

Five per cent bonds $221,589,300 

Six per cent bonds of 1881 2s5.677,400 

Six per cent 5-20 bonds 1,602,508,050 

$2,107,835,350 

DEBT BEARING CURRENCY INTEREST. 



Three per cent certificates. 
Navy Pension Fund 



♦55.805,000 
14.000,000 

$69,805,000 



MATURED DEBT NOT PRESENTED FOR PAYMENT. 



Three-year 7-30 notes, due August 
15, 1807, and June and July, 1863 

Compound Interest notes, ma- 
tured June 10, July 15, Aucust 
15, October 15 and December 
15, 1867. and May 15, August 1, 
September 1 and 15, ami Octo- 
ber 1 and 16, 1868 

Bonds (Texas Indemnity) 

Treasury notes, acts of July 17. 
1861, and prior thereto 



♦2.174.900 



3.87«,290 
256.000 

148,561 



Bonds of April 15, 1842, January 

28, 1847. and March 3K M*.... 

Treasury notes. March 3, 1803.... 

Temporary Loan 

Certificates of indebtedness 



$349,950 

445.492 

197.310 

13.000 



♦7.463.503 



PEBT BEARING NO INTEREST. 

United States notes $356,021,073 



34.215.715 
27,036,020 



50,097.000 



Fractional currency 

Gold certificates of deposit 

Six per cent lawful money bonds 
issued to Pacific Railroad Com- 
panies 



M67.3fi9.809 

Total debt $2,652,533,662 

AMOCNT IN THE TREASURY. 

Coin $98,763,369 

Currency 13.063,092 



$111,826,461 
Amount of debt less cash in 
treasury $2.540. 707. 201 



158 



E VEXING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1S69. 



SHERIFFS AND COUNTY CLERKS IN THE STATE OF 

NEW YORK. 



Counties. 


Sheriffs. 


Post-office. 


County Clerks. 


Post-office. 


Albany 


Harris Parr 


Albany 1 

Binghamton 

Eliicottville.... 
Auburn : 

Elmira 


Wm. H. H. Russell... 
Joseph M. Johnson.. 

John S. Lanehart 

Robert F. Stewart.... 
James G. Thompson. 
Stephen Moftitt 

Frank Place 


Albany. 




William Cooper, Jr.. 

John E. Savery 

Lewis Andrews 

Jud. Smith 


Belmont. * 
Binsrhamton. 




Little Valley. 
Auburn. 




Mayville. 
Elmira. 


Chenango 


Jason E. Matthewson 
Darius Aver 


Plattsburgh.... 

Cortl.indville .J 

Delhi 

Poiiffhkeepsie . 

Buffalo 


Norwich. 
Plattsburgh. 


Dutchess 


John H. Overhiser... 

Hamilton S. Preston. 
Richard Kenworthy. 

Robert A. Delong ... 
William P. Br ay ton.. 

Arch'd D. McLachlen 
William II. Myers ... 
Andrew H. Anibal ... 
Jas. II. Weathenvax. 

Patrick Campbell.... 


Hudson. 
Cortlandville. 


Wm. Ward Grant.... 

William E. Calkins .. 
William W. Paddock. 

Carlos A.Hull 

Horatio L. Day 

William H. Fry../.... 

Nelson D Ferguson. . 

Augustus A. Curtis... 
Nathan Brownell .... 

Charles J. Bowers 

James I. Brookman.. 

George B. Wilson.... 

James C. Bronson 

Theodore L. Poole... 
Frederick W. Prince. 
Lewis B. Cuddeback. 
George D. Church ... 

John K. Wyatt 

Robert Burroughs 

Edward W.Greenman 
Michael P. O'Brien.. 

James W. Horton 

James G. Caw 

John 11. Coons 

Edward Kendall 


Delhi. 

Poughkeepsie 

Buffalo. 


frEssex 

Fulton 


Elizabethtown H 

Batavia 

Cat-kill 


Elizabeth to'n. 
Ma lone. 
Johnstown. 




Batavia. 




Catskill. 


Herkimer 

Jefferson 


Sa-eville 


Sageville. 
Herkimer. 
Watertown. 
Brooklyn. 




Lowville. 


Monroe 


George Hyland. Jr. . . 
Andrew J. French ... 

David B. liegeman .. 

Alfred Hansom .... 
George F. Weaver... 

He Witt C. Toll 

William W. Clarke .. 
David Van Sickle ... 
Robert I'. Dordwell . 

Sidney M. Tucker 

Harvey W. Brown . . . 
John Butler. 


Geneseo. 

Morrisville. 

Rochester. 


Montgomery 


Fonda. 


New York City. 

(Jtica 

Syracuse 

Canandaigua .. 
Goshen 


New York. 
Lockport. 




Otic* 


Onondaga 


Syracuse. 
Canandaigua. 




Goshen. 






Albion. 




Oswes;:> 

Coopcrstown . . . 

Jamaica 

Tr..y 

Richmond C.1I. 

Ballston Spa ... 

enectady ... 

harie C. 11. 

Havana 


Oswego. 
Cooperstown. 




Carmel. 




Georee Duriaml 

Matthew V A. Fonda 

Jacob G. Winant 

William J. Penny . .. 
Tabor B. Itevncldf. . . 

Clark V. Wor I'M*... 

T. II. Knickerbocker. 
Charles W. Clanharty 

William K. 1. inner... 

Willis K. Cral* 

George W. Smith 

Benjamin W. Winner 
Lewis W. Truendell .. 
Kron c. Van Kirk . . 

Cyrenlus 9. Brill 

w estel W. Hicki 

Jamei 0. Bliaw 

John r Bennett ... 

John UoMlnft 

William \V. U.ivls 


Jamaica. 


Rensselaer 

Richmond 

S:u atoga 

Schenectady 

Schoharie 

Seneca 


Troy. 

RichmondC. H 
Clarkstown. 
Ballston Spa. 
Schenectady. 
Schoharie. 
Havana. 
Ovid. 




Canton. 


Stfiiben . 


Hath 


Nirom M. Crane 

Stephen C. Rogers 

Charles L. Morris 

Horace A. Brooks ... 
Thomas J. McKlheny. 

Charles W. Deyo 

George P. Wait , .. 
Phll'r C. Hitchcock.. 
Thaddeus W. Collins. 
J. Malcolm Smith.... 
John P. Robinson.... 
Alden D. Fox 


Bath. 


Suffolk 


River Head 


River Head. 
Monticello. 





Ithaca. 


Ithaca 


Kingston 

•.-11 

Ml 


Kingston. 
Caldwell. 




Argyle. 




1 V'Ull 

U liile Plains... 


Westchester 


White Plains. 
Warsaw. 







•Appointed Nov. 14, 18U8. 



159 



EVENING JOUKNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 

COUNTY JUDGES AND SURROGATES IN THE STATE OF 

NEW YORK. 



Counties. 



Albany , 

Allegany 

Broome ...... 

Cattaraugus., 
Cayuga 

Chautauqua.. 

UbeiDung 

Chenango 

Clinton 

Columbia 

Cortland 

Delaware .... 
Dutchess ..... 

Erie 

Essex 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Genesee 

Greene 

Hamilton 

Herkimer .... 

Jefferson 

Kings 

Lewis 

Livingston ... 

Madison 

Monroe 

Montgomery . 
New York.... 

Niagara 

Oneida 

Onondaga 

Ontario 

Orange 

Orleans 

Oswego 

Otsego 

Putnam 

Queens 

Rensselaer ... 

Richmond 

Rockland 

St. Lawrence. 

Saratoga 

Schenectady . 

Schoharie 

Schuyler 

Seneca 

Steuben 

Suffolk 

Sullivan 

Tioga 

Tompkins 

Ulster 

Warren 

Washington.. 

Wayne 

Westchester . 
Wyoming .... 
Yates 



Cayuga 

Chautauqua. 
Chenango ... 
Jefferson ... 

Monroe 

Oneida 

Orange 

Oswego 

St. Lawrence 

Sullivan 

Tioga 

Tompkins ... 
Washington. 



Judges. 



Jacob II. Clute.... 

Wolcott Match 

Horace S. Griswold. . 

Rensselaer Lamb 

William E. Hughitt.. 

Oi sell Cook 

Thomas S. Spaulding. 

Oscar II. Curtis 

Daniel S. Mc.Masters. 

Darius I J eck 

Abrain P. Smith 

Eil win D. Wagner.... 

Allan! Anthony 

Roswell L. Burrows.. 

livron Fond 

Albert llobbs 

John Stewart. 

Charles llenshaw .... 

John Olney 

Richard Feck 

Amos II. Prescott.... 
Azariah II. Sawyer .. 

James Troy 

Carlos P. Scovil 

Solomon Hubbard ... 
Charles L. Kennedy.. 

Jerome Fuller 

James II. Cook 

Gunning S.BedfordJr 

Hiram Gardner 

Joel Willard 

Henry Riesel 

William II. Smith.... 

Thomas George 

John G. Sawyer 

Cyrus Whitney 

Hezekiah Sturges 

Edward Wright 

John J. Armstrong... 
Jeremiah Romevn ... 
Henry B. Metcalfe ... 
Andrew E. Suffern ... 
Henry L. Knowles ... 

John 0. Ilulberl 

Judson S. Landon 

William C. Lamont .. 
Ben}. W Woodward. 

George Franklin 

Guy II. McMaster.... 

Henry F. Hedges 

Albert J.Rush 

Thomas Partington.. 
M. Van Valkenburgh 
Aug. Schoonmaker.Jr 

Stephen Brown 

Joseph Potter 

George W. Cowles ... 

Robert Cochran 

Byron Henley 

U illiam S. llriggs .... 

SPFXUL JUDGES. 

Amzi Wood 

Nelson H. Hill 

Oscar H. Curtis 

John B. Emmes 

George W. Rawson .. 

George II. Lynch 

James W. Taylor 

James W. Fenton 

Edward II. Neary 

John G. Chihls 

Adolplms G. Allen... 
Arthur S. Johnson.'... 
Royal C. Belts 



Post-office. 



Surrogates. 



Albany 

Belmont 

Binghamton. .. 
Ellicottviile ... 

Auburn 

Jamestown,... 

El mini. 

Norwich 

Plattsburgh ... 

Hudson 

Cortlandville.. 
Colchester 
Poughkeepsie . 

Buffalo .t 

Elizabethtown 

Miilone 

Johnstown .... 

Batavia 

Coxsackie 

Wells 

Mohawk 

Watertown ... 

Brooklyn 

Lowville 

Geneseo 

Morrisville 

Brockport .... 
Cnnajoharie... 

New Vork 

Lockport 

Utica 

Syracuse 

Canandaigua. . 
Newburgh .... 

Albion 

Mexico .. 

Coopersto~n . . 

Carmel 

Jamaica 

Troy 

Richmond .... 

Haverstraw 

Potsdam 

Saratoga Spr'gs 
Schenectady .., 

Cobleskill , 

Watkins , 

Ovid , 

Bath 

Bridgehnmpton 

Monticello 

Owego 

Ithaca 

Kingston 

Glens FiiTla 

Whitehall 

Galen 

White Plains... 

Warsaw 

Penn Yan 



Auburn .... 
Dunkirk ... 
Oxford. 
Carthage... 
Rochester. 

Rome 

Newburgh.. 

Pulaski 

Gouverneur 
Neversink . 
Waverly. 
Ithaca. 
Granville .. 



Israel Lawton 

Wolcott Hatch 

Horace S. Griswold. . 

Arnnah Ward 

William B. Wood in.. 
Henry 0. Lakin 

Horace G. Prindle... 
Daniel S. Mc Masters. 
Hugh W. McClellan.. 

A brain P. Smith 

Edwin D. Wagner 

Milton A. Fowler 

Horatio Seymour 

Byron Pond 

Albert llobbs 

John Stewart 

Charles llenshaw 

John Olney 

Richard Peck 

Amos II. Prescott ... 
William W. Taggart.. 
William D. Yeeder... 

Carlos P. Scovil 

Solomon Hul bard .. . 
Charles L. Kennedy.. 

W. Dean Shuart 

James II. Cook 

Gideon J. Tucker 

John T. Murray 

Joseph S. Avery 

De Witt C. Greenfield 

Elihu M. Morse 

Gilbert 0. Hulse 

John G. Sawyer 

HeDiy L, Howe 

Bvron J. Scofield 

Edward Wright 

Win. II. Onderdonk.. 

E. Smith Strait 

Henry B. Metcalfe... 
Andrew E. Suffern... 

Stillman Foote 

Cornelius A. Waldron 
Judson S. Landon .. . 
William C. Lamont .. 
Benj. W. Woodward. 

George Franklin 

Guy H. McMaster.... 

Henry P. Hedges 

Albert J. Bush 

Thomas Farrington .. 
Henry S. Walbridge . 
Jacob Westbrook, Jr. 

Stephen Brown 

I'rias G. Paris 

George W. Cowles ... 

John W. Mills 

Hailow L. Comstock*. 
William S. Briggs 

SPECIAL SCRROO.ATES. 

Gardner C. Gifford .. 
Abram Dixon 

Ross C.Scott 

Eugene Stearns 

John V. D. Benedict. 

Francis David 

Heber Sykes 

John G. Childs 



Post-office. 



Daniel M. Westfield . N. White Creek 



Albany. 
Belmont. 

Binghamton. 
Great Valley. 
Auburn. 
Jamestown. 

Norwich. 

Plattsburgh. 

Clnthani 4 Cor. 

Coi llandville. 

Colchester. 

Poughkeepsie. 

Buffalo. 

Elizabethtown. 

Malone. 

Johnstown. 

Batavia. 

O'Xs.ickie. 

Well* 

Mohawk. 

W.itt-rtown. 

Brooklyn. 

Lowrille. 
Geneseo. 

Monisville. 

Rochester. 

Cnnajoharie. 

New York. 

Lockport. 

Clinton, 

Baldwinsville. 

Canandaigua. 

Middlftown. 

Albion. 

Sandy Creek. 

Otego. 

Carmel. 

Jamaica. 

Troy. 

Bichmond. 

Haverstraw. 

Ogdensburgh. 

H aterford. 

Schenectady. 

Cobleskill. 

Watkins. 

Ovid. 

Bath. 

Bridgehnmpton. 

Monticello. 

Owego. 

Ithaca. 

Kingston. 

Glens Falls. 

Sandy Hill. 

Clvde. 

White Plains. 

Warsaw. 

Penn Yan. 



Aurora. 
Westfield. 

Watertown. 

Utica. 

Warwick. 

Phoenix. 

Canton. 

Neversink. 



160 



EVENING JOURNAL ALMANAC, 1869. 



DISTRICT ATTORNEYS AND TREASURERS IN THE STATE 

OF NEW YORK. 



Counties. 



Albany 

Allegany 

Broome , 

Cattaraugus... 

Cayuga 

Chautauqua ., 

Chemung 

Chenango ..... 

Clinton 

Columbia .... 

Cortland 

Delaware 

Dutchess 

Erie 

Essex 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Genesee 

Greene 

Hamilton .... 
Herkimer .... 

Jefferson 

Kings 

Lewis 

Livingston ... 

Madison 

Monroe 

Montgomery . 
New York.... 
Niagara 

Oneida 

Onondaga ... 

Ontario 

Orange 

Orleans 

Oswego 

Otsego 

Putnam 

Queens 

Rensselaer ... 

Richmond. ... 

Rockland 

St. Lawrence. 

Saratoga 

Schenectady . 

Schoharie .... 

Schuyler 

Seneca 

Steuben 

Suffolk 

Sullivan 

Tioga 

Tompkins 

Ulster 

Warren 

Washington .. 

Wayne 

Westchester.. 

Wyoming .... 

Yates 



District Attorneys. Post-office 



Treasurers. 



R. W. Peckham, Jr. . . 

Rufus Scott 

Peter W. Hopkins... 
Merrill T. Jenkins... 

William B. Mills 

Benjamin F. Skinner. 

Robert Stephens 

Robert A. Stanton... 
John G. McDermott. 

John B. Longley 

Alvah D. Waters 

Harvey F. Davidson. 
William J. Thorn .... 

Lyman K. Bass 

Arod K. Dudley 

Samuel A. Beman... 

Richard H. Rosa 

William C. Watson.. 

William E. Leete 

Jacob Mclntyre 

Charles G. Burrows.. 
Pardon C. Williams.. 

Samuel D. Morris 

EliadaS. Merrell 

James B. Adams 

Alexander Cramphin. 

John M. Davy 

llezekiah Baker 

Samuel B. Garvin*. . . 
Mort. M. Southworth 

Daniel Ball 

Frederick A. Lyman. 

Edwin Hicks 

Stephen W. Fullerton 

Henry A. Childs 

William H. Baker.... 

Samuel S. Edick 

James D. Little 

Benj. W. Downing... 
Timothy S. Banker... 

John 11. Hedley 

L. T. E. Robinson.... 

Bennett II. Vary 

Winsor B. French... 

Austin A. Yates 

Henry C. Cook 

Oliver 1'. Hurd 

William C. Haaeltoo. 

John H. Butler 

James H. Tuthill. ... 
Benjamin Reynolds.. 
Delos O. Hancock.. . 

Merritt King 

Fred'k L. Westbrook. 
Freedom Gh Dudley.. 

Royal C. Bates 

John 11. Camp 

Jackson <>. Dykman. 

Elbert E, Farinau 

Hauford Struble 



Albany ' 

Belmont 

Binghamton.... 
East Randolph. 

Weedsport 

Fredonia 

Elmira 

Norwich 

Wattsburgh 

Hudson 

Cortland Village 

Delhi 

Pouehkeepsie .. 

Buffalo 

Elizabethtown . 

Malone 

Broadalbin 

Batavia.. 

Coxsackie 

Wells 

Little Falls 

Watertown 

Brooklyn 

Lowville 

Genesee 

Morrisville .... 

Rochester 

St. Johnsville .. 

New York 

Lockport 

Waterville 

Marcellus 

Canandaigua .. 

Newburgh 

Medina 

Constantia 

Cooperstown .. 

Oarmel 

Flushing 

Troy 

Annadale 

Haverstraw 

Ogdensburgh .. 
Saratoga Spr'gs 
Schenectady .. . 
Richmondville . 

\V;itkins 

Ovid 

Cohocton. 

EUverheaa 

Parks ville 

Owego 

Ithaca 

Kingston 

Chestertown ... 

Granville 

Lyons 

White Plains... 

Warsaw 

Perm Yan 



Stephen V. Frederick. 
Daniel I). Gardiner.. 
Alonzo C. Matthews. 

J. King Skinner 

Horace T. Cook 

William Leet 

Jesse L. Cooley 

Samuel R. Per Lee... 

David F. Dobie 

Richard F. Clark.... 
George W. Webster.. 

Charles A. Foote 

Joseph C. Harris 

Charles R. Durkee ... 
Charles N. Williams. 
William D. Brennan. 
Burnet H. Dewey.... 
Anderson D. Tyron.. 

Frederick Hill 

Patrick N. Crowe 

Robert Ethridge 

lienj. F. llotchkin.... 
Thomas A. Gardiner. 
Alpheus D. Pease ... 
Chauncey Metcalf. .. 

David F. Payson 

George N. Deming.. . 

John C. Smith 

Pet:.T B. Sweeny, t — 
Josiali L. Breyfogle.. 

Charles Northup 

Park Wheeler 

Chas. A. Richardson. 

Charles J. Everett 

Samuel C. Bowen . . 
Luther H. Conklin.. 

Horace Lathrop 

James J. Smalley .... 

Charles A. Roe 

Samuel O. Gleason.. 
Webley J. Edwards. . 
Matthew D. Bogart.. 
Harvey N. Redway. . 

Henry A. Mann 

N. I. Schermerhorn., 

John Binder 

James Cormack 

William Dunlap , 

Peter llalsey. , 

Joseph H. Goldsmith 
James Williams ..... 

John B. Brush 

Edward C. Seymour 
John C. Brodhead. . 
Samuel T. Richards. 
Samuel W. Crosby.. 

Smith A. Dewey 

N. Holmes Odell.... 
Harwood A. Dudley. 
James Burns 



Post-office. 



Albany. 

Angelica. 

Binghamton. 

Ellicottville. 

Auburn. 

Majp ville. 

Elmira. 

Norwich. 

Plattsburgh. 

Hudson. 

Marathon. 

Delhi. 

Poushkeepsie 

Buffalo. 

Elizabethto'n. 

Malone. 

Johnstown. 

Batavia. 

Catskill. 

Wells. 

Frankfort. 

Watertown. 

Brooklyn. 

Martin sburgh 

Geneseo. 

Eaton. 

Brighton. 

Canajoharie. 



Lockport. 

Rome. 

Salina. 

Canandaigua 

Goshen. 

Medina. 

Mexico. 

Cooperstown. 

Carmel. 

Flushing. 

Troy. 

Richmond. 

Clarkstown. 

Potsdam. 

Ballston Spa. 

Rotterdam. 

Schoharie-C H 

Mecklenb'rgh 

Ovid. 

Bath. 

Southold. 

Monticello. 

Owego. 

Ithaca. 

Kingston. 

Warrensbr'h. 

Cambridge. 

Lyons. 

Tarry town. 

Warsaw. 

Penn Yan. 



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B L A \ K BO QKS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER. 



ALBANY EVENING JOURNAL. 

DAILY, SEMI- WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. 

While the Journal will, as hitherto, maintain its distinctive political character, it 
will, more than ever, be made a Family Newspaper. Increased attention will be 
paid to the commercial. Local and Miscellaneous Departments, while additional care 
will be taken to keep fully up with the news of the day. 

It is especially our purpose to render our Week i.v additionally attractive. Although 
it will be impossible to crowd into it all that will appear in the Daily, we shall make 
such selections as will keep its readers Informed of whatever is of importance or 
interesting in the busy world. 

In the ample pages of our Semi-Weekly we will be enabled to give all the matter 
published in the Daily. To those who. from the want of mail facilities, cannot take 
the Daily, the Semi-Weekly will be found valuable. 

Terms. 

DAILY, SO (JO per year in advance. 

SEMI-WEEKLY, ' i 00 

WEEKLY. 

Single copies, $2 00 per year. 

Ten copies, 15 00 " 

Twenty copies, 30 00 " 

An extra copy for every 10 subscribers. 

As a reliable medium of Political information, it is conceded to have tew or no rivals. 
Located at the Capital of the chief State in the union, it possesses facilities for obtain- 
ing information not with in the reach of other newspapers. Its Legislative Reports 
an- the fullest and thoreariicst that are published. Its Telegraphic Reports from 
Washington enable it to grve the Congressional Proceedings on the same day that they 
occur. The proceedings of Conventions, Political or otherwise, Speeches, Addresses 
and Public Documents, all tind place and comment in its columns. 

Commercial Department. 
Especial care is devoted to its Commercial Department. Its position at the point 
where the great stream of Western trade- divides, enables it to give the earliest, most 
impartial and reliable, reports of the daily changes in the ?darke^p>r Western Produce, 
Country Produce. Lumber, Cattle. New York Markets daily (b^Jrelegraph), New York 
Sales 01 Stocks, daily, ami a Weekly Stock Table. New York Wholesale Price Current, 
Markets in the various cities, receipts by (/anal, Bank altairs, New Counterfeits. &c. 

General News Department. 
Its ( teneral News Department is in experienced hands, and constant pains are taken 
to render it acceptable, hot h by giving all interesting or important intelligence. Foreign 
or Domestic, from the Mails and by Telegraph, and by carefully excluding anything 
which even n fastidious Bense <>f propriety would ct@0|n unfit 'loathe perusal of the 
young or of the Familj < lircle. 




Literary Departm^R!^ 
A peculiar feature Of the Literature Department of iiaift JoritNAL is an entire page 
dovoted every Saturday night to selections carefully cilBPd from t bed a test publications 
ol besl known authors, frequently In advance of their issue in book form, and from 
distinguished novel ulish, French and American: Biographical and Historical 

Narratives, Sketches of Travel and Character; Tales. Dot-try and Humor, from the 
Pe.st authors, • 111 ound in this department of the paper. 

Local Department. 
In the City N< « • < '"lu ii in will be found all matters of interest transpiring in Albany. 
The local n< wsol the neighboring towns and counties. Troy, Cohoes, Saratoga, Hud- 
Schenectadj , Lanslngburgh, < free^ibush, &ci is also given regularly. 

Circulation. 

The Circulation of tho JoUKXA) Ih larger than that of any other paper in the City or 

In the State, outside the City of New York. It extends to every county in the state, 

and every state in the Union. i>ut its principal field of circulation is along the line of 

the great thoroughfares of Western Trade. These facts commend it as a hjohi.i 



DESIRABLE! MKI'IfM FOB ADVEBTK 

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Dawson & Co., Albany, N. Y.