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Dem.

Brown....
Clermont ....

Ran.

Clinton......

Warren......

1038 ) Bollinger
1068 Butler....

Den,

1233 Dent
592 Dunklin

223

577 Iron...

493 Hardin

IV.

153

KENTUCKY.
Missouri-1858.
MISSOURI.

OHIO.
CONGRESS-(Continued.)

CONGRESS.
CONGRESS-(Continued.)

GOVERNOR (Continued.)
Districts. Rep.

Dem.
Districts. Opp.

Dem.
Dixt icts. Rep.

Districts. Opp. Dem. VI. Dennison. Ranney.
V.
Jewett. Brown. I.

Blair, Barrett. VI.

Richardson. Phelps. Adams
Mercer

1405 1758
859 1168 St. Louis..... 6631 7057 Polk

672 630

1657 2275
Nelson
497 999

Pulaski... 118 255
Breckinridge, Am., 5668.

2689 2988
Spencer
806 380
St. Clair.. 114 721

2168
Washington..

2175
900

Barrett over Blair, 426.*
609

Stone

Highland

118 178
* Contested by Frank Blair, who Taney. 206 486

Total..

9191
Total......

7919
.5066 6927 } finally obtained the seat; but re- } Texas

124 573
Maj, for Brown, 1,861. signed and referred the matter Vernon..

Maj. for Ranney, 1,272.

41 409
back to the People.
VI.

Webster

VII.

526
Adams, Garrard.

Den.
579

1019

1721
Breathitt

299 394
Districts. Opp.
Denn. , Wright. 84 889

Fayette
Clay
511

1093
418
II. Henderson. Anderson.

761
Estill

493 Audrain.
556
412 599 Total..

Greene....... 2466
8050

1362

18424
Floyd

929
427 673 Boone.... 481

Madison...... 1018
1856 Maj. for Phelps, 5,374.

2689
Garrard

1616
812

867
870 Calloway

1696

VII. Zeigler, Noell.
Harlan
490 213 Lincoln.. 462

186 528

Total.. 8987 5686
Jackson

956
170 182 Marion

98 211
Johnson
54 760 Monroe.. 526

1240 ) Cape Girard'u 734

548

Maj. for Dennison, 3,801.
Knox
807 314 Montgomery.. 441
601 Crawford.

Ran.
150 423

VIII.
Laurel
429 874 Pike,
1122

52

463 Champaign .. 1732 1612
Letcher

227 Ralls
873

2249
58

Clarke
833

1574
Madison.. .1267 943 St, Charles.. 659

902 Franklin

Delaware.... 2353 1776
1012

767
Owsley
456 814) Warren
290
359 174

1650
Logan.......

1238
265 270

Union..
Perry

1241
620
364

910

Jefferson
Pike
277 664 Total. 6089

10902 Madison....

81 554
Rock Castle.... 499

246
Maj. for Anderson, 4,813.

Total..
877

9230 7110

Mississippi... 126
Whitley

715 843
In the Third District, John New-Madrid 227 827

Maj. for Dennison, 2,120.
55 263

IX.

Len.
B. Clark, Dem, was elected Pemiscot...

Ran.
Total.. 8164 7241 > without opposition.

Perry

150 759

Crawford 1550 2258
Maj. for Adams, 923.

Phelps..
71

1152 1127
Adams. Craig: Reynolds

173

Marion
187

1833
VIL

1891
Mallory. Holt.
Andrew

598 1021
1029
Henry
646

823 578
66 412 } Ottaway

Ripley
Atchison..

511
.4256 8324
Jefferson

Scott.... 298

1473
392 Sandusky..

1822
Buchanan 780

536
353

1997
Oldham

Shannon.

12

Seneca
197

2461 2661
Caldwell 270

786
.. 1161

389
Shelby

1295
St. Genevieve 278 897 } Wyandotte

1890
Clay

993

826

St. Francois 319 608

504
Clinton..
6416 5675

545
Total

Stoddard.... 217

Total
472

9597 11227
Daviess.

507 843
Maj. for Mallory, 741.

Washington.. 273 702

Maj. for Ranney, 1,630.
De Kalb

195 512

Wayne
VIII.

200

X.
Harlan, Simms.

458

Ran.

Den.
Gentry

464 1266
965

Gallia...
Boutbon...
684

1365 1357
Harrison 594 852
.1410 986
Fayette

Total... 5808

1198
10404 Jackson .....

1239
Holt..

460 550
Franklin.
863 819

1246

Lawrence.... 1450

Maj. for Noell, 4,596.
Nodaway.... 162 825
926

Pike
Harrison
1317

669 1085
Platte

1128 1412 At the same election a
598

Rogs
Jessamine
587

2587 2689
Ray.... 1066 891 3 vote was taken for Superin-
Nicholas.. 787 1009

Scioto

1603 1424

tendent of Public Schools,
Scott...... 782 1062

Total

7824

12439 } at which Starke, Dem., was
Woodford 634

Total.
468

8977 9039
Maj. for Craig, 4,615.

chosen over Provines, Am.,
by 83,384 majority.

Maj. for Ranney, 162.
Total....
6865 6932 V.
Reid. Woodson.

XI.

Den, Ran.
Benton

502
Maj. for Simms, 67.

253

Athens

1843 1237
Cass

449
L. T. J. W.

617

Fairfield..... 1394 2821
IX.

Ohio-1859.
Cole....
Moore. Moore.
744 116

Hocking.. 976

1897
Bath
743 1040 Cooper

727 853
GOVERNOR.

Meigs

1912 1437
Carter..
484 832 Henry.

221
762 Districts. Rep.

1898 2281
Clarke
935 412 Jackson 1447 1075 I. & II. Dennison, Ranney.

Vinton

979

1049
Fleming

952 928 Johnson... 515 850 / Hamilton....13285 14178
Greenup. .1163 854 Lafayette. 840 936 Maj. for Ranney, 893. Total.... 9002 10222
Lawrence. 809 496 Miller ..

450 176

III.
. Den.

Maj. for Ranney, 1,220.

Ran.
Lewis
664 731 Moniteau 891 649 S Butler.....

2238 3479 XII.

Den, Rani
Mason
.1274 875 Morgan

285 868 / Montgomery. 4747 4615 ) Franklin..... 3762 4634
Montgomery...
587 502 Pettis

207
455 Preble..
2261 1496 Licking

3080 3438
Morgan
562 1147 Saline
669 832

Pickaway

1710 2147
Powell
190 166

Total.. 9246 9590
Rowan
142 244 Total.. 6947 7942

Maj. for Ranney, 844.

Total...... 8502 10219
Smith, Ind., 2,038.

IV.
Den, Ran,

Maj. for Ranney, 1,717.
Total. 8505 8227 Woodson over Reid, 995. Allen..

1574 1656 XIIL

Den, Ran
Maj. for L. T. Moore, 278.
VI.

696

1983 1535

1277 Erie..
Richardson. Phelps. Auglaize
X.
Jones. Stevenson. Bates..

10 826 Darke..

2201 2454 Huron...... 2924 1568
Bracken...
754

59
193 Mercer... 540 1057 Morrow .... 1919

1770
Boone....
826
232 687 Miami.

2722 1839

Richland 2785 2952
Campbell.... 689
1242 Camden

241 242 Shelby 1352 1517
Carroll

528 Cedar....
220 628

Total.. 9561 7825
Gallatin
382
213 652 Total. 9085 9800

Maj. for Dennison, 1,736.
Grant..

663
800 Dallas..

462 272
Maj. for Ranney,

715.
XIV.

Den, Ran
Kenton.

950
1706 Gasconade..
541 245

Ashland ..... 1834
V.
Den, Ran

1914
Owen
415
1185 1029 Defiance..... 778

8391

1689
Pendleton 615

168 350 Fulton... 1037

707 Medina... 2413 1457
Trimble ......
179

156 97 Hancock 1674 1796 Wayne ..... 2944 3285
Jasper
344 434 Henry.

670 841
Total... 5839

855 878 Lucas

2225 2073
Total..

3845
Maj. for Stevenson, 8,456. Lawrence... 508 566 Paulding 441 326 XV.

Den. Ran
TOTAL VOTE OF STATE, Maries

36 472 Putnam 785 1087 Coshocton .. 2198 2461
Opposition.

McDonald 153 346 Van Wart ... 897 865 Holmes... 1241 1964
Governor.. Bell..... 67,271 Newton
410 779 Williams. 1191 1013 Knox

2603 2533
Congress...Opp., .... 64,670 Oregon... 137 189 Wood....

1429 1021 Tuscarawas.. 2831 2778
Democ iute.

Osage

427 451
Governor..Magoffin 76,187 Ozark and

Total... ..11017 10812

Total..... 8973
240

9786
878
Congress... Dem.,. .. 76,552 Douglas.

2 Maj. for Dennison, 205. Maj. for Ranney, S63.

Dem. } Perry

773 Barton
970 Barry.

366

492 Dade..

1083 Lorain

1439 Greene..
871 Hickory
474 Howell

9295 Laclede

..10582

Rep.

Total.....

1464 Jay

..... 1209

Wells.......

4115 Lapeer

153 Wayne

Lake .....

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Trumbull....

2041 3 Saginaw...
1791 Sanilac...

1039 Morgan
1563 Shelby

OHIO.
MICHIGAN.
INDIANA.

INDIANA.
GOVERNOR-(Continued.) CHIEF JUSTICE-(Contid.) CONGRESS-(Continued.)

CONGRESS-(Continued.) Districts. Rep. Dem. Districts.

Dem.
Districts. Rep.

Dem.

Districts. Rep. Dem. XVI. Dennison. Ranney, III.

Martin, Folch. III.

Dunn. Hughes.

x.

Case. D&WBOT Morgan 1885 1808 Kalamazoo .. 2326 1518 Lawrence

1095 880 Noble..

1278 1080 Muskingum... 8604 8467 Kent..

8199
2443 Monroe.

1075
964 Steuben

1113 441 Washington.. 2198 1781 Mason

73 32 Switzerland.. 1121 1083 Whitley 776 866

Montcalm 469 814 Total...... 7637 6556 Newago 287 245

Total...... 9363 8385

Total.. 10780 9417 Blaj. for Dennison, 1,081. Oceana... 124 132

Maj. for Case, 1,363. Ottawa 1643 1076

Carr, A. L. Dem., 1,432. XVII, Den. Ran.

XI,

Pettit. Cottroth,

Dunn over Hughes, 978.
Belmont...... 2280 2591
Van Buren... 1598 1307

Adams...

474 842 Guernsey 2103 1663

IV. Hackleman. Holman. Blackford.... 251 379 Monroe.. 757 1585 22804

2335 Grant... 17887 Dearborn.... 1472

1297 978 Noble

Decatur .....
Maj. for Martin, 5,467.

1672
1448

1444 Hamilton..... 1471 1355

1003 Franklin..... 1264 2135 Howard IV.

1009 Martin,

622 Felch.

Ohio Total.. 6588 7194 Alpena ...

424 492 Huntington .. 1218 88

1895 Maj. for Ranney, 606.

1381
Ripley.

145
Bay...
184

847

772 Rush ........ 1643 1555 Madison 1 111

1451 XVIII.

Cheboygan
Den.
Ran.
40

Tipton.. 505
Portage...

Chippewa..
2620
36

627 2038

Total.. 7856 9425 S Wabash Starke

21 Emmett

1797 3725

1126 147 4005 Summit...

Maj. for Holman, 1,569.
Genesee...
2560
2122

670
1576
1784

849 Gr'd Traverse 295

137
V.

Kilgore, Devlin.
Total. 8905

Total......10748 10038 Houghton 152 7777

878 Delaware..... 1293 718 Maj. for Dennison, 1,128.

Ingham 1861
1719 Fayette...... 1069 933

Maj. for Pettit, 710.
Iosco

43

4

Henry. 1956 912 AGGREGATE VOTE OF STATE,
XIX.
Den, Ran. Isabella... 42

25 Randolph...
1572 1053

Republicans.
Cuyahoga 5834

1476
1098 Union...

743 640

Sec. State. . Peelle... 104828 Geauga 1881 529) Mackinac..

27

2750 1665

Auditor.... Lange...105493 1807 538 Macomb.. 1932 1671

Treasurer..Harper..105416 Manistee.. 82 47

Total.. 9383 5921 Atty Gen...Otto.....105757 Total...... 9522 5182 Manitou... 14 23

Maj. for Kilgore, 3,462.

& Pub. Ins.Young,..105014 Maj. for Dennison, 4,340. Marquette.... 120 159

Democrats.
Midland
123 16

VI.

Porter, Ray: Sec. State..McClure, 107409
XX.
Den. Ran.
Oakland....

875
8479 8396
Hancock

1040 Auditor....Dodd....107242 Ashtabula 8787 1049 Ontonagon 154 141

Hendricks.... 1662 1174 ) Treasurer.Cun'g'm.107634 Mahoning 2424

989 911
Johnson 1114 1415

Atty Gen. .McDon'd 107291 3143

908

Marion 817

8956 3054 S. Pub, In8.Rugg ...107910 Shiawasse 1150

1590 1402 Total...... 9304 4881 St. Clair 1932

1579

* Anti-Lecompton Democrats,

1631 Maj. for Dennison, 4,423. Tuscola...... 621 299

Total.. 10776 9716 XXI.

Den,

Ran.
Carroll 1600 1255
Total......17707 15100 Maj. for Porter, 1060.

Illinois-1858. Columbiana... 8125 2235 Maj. for Martin, 2,607.

VIL,

*Davis. Secrest. Harrison 1764 1884

Clay
842 709

CONGRESS.
Jefferson 2294

TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE. 1822

Greene 1266 1112 Districts. Rep. Doug Martin, Rep., 65,916 Owen

1190 759

I. Washburne. Bright Total...... 8783 6696 Felch, Dem......... 53,681 Parke 1795 507

Boone......

1704 286 Putnam

Carroll, .. Maj. for Dennison, 2,087.

1820 1656

1187 256 Maj. for Martin, .. 12,235 Sullivan 1122 1100

Jo Daviess... 1988 1476 TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE.

Vermillion..

515

Lake 907

1677 620 Dennison, Rep.,.

2224
Vigo
184,502

1951 1226 McHenry.....

1081 Ogle

2092 815 Ranney, Dem., . 171,266

Total...
Indiana-1858.

10893

2140 7584 Stephenson.

1489

Winnebago 2899 434 Maj. for Dennison, 13,236

Maj. for Davis, 3,309.
CONGRESS.

VIII, Wilson, Blake. Total......15811 6457
Districts. Rep. Dem.

Boone... 1500

1380
I.

*Hovey. Niblack.
784
Carroll

Jackson, A.L.D., 370.

1385 1032

1882 Michigan-1859.

Washburne over Bright, Dubois 191 1117

1184 1346 CHIEF JUSTICE.

Fountain 1072

9,354.
1021

1580
1626

II.
1989

Farnsworth. Dyer. Districts.

. Rep.

1206 Montgomery.. 1936 Knox.

1042 Dem.

10108 8273 I.

Martin,
Felch. Martin
441 865 Tippecanoe.. 2441

De Kalb....
Jackson

2067
2702
Warren...... 1002

612 2321 Pike.... 569

643 612

Du Page.

496 Livingston... 1713 1810 Posey

1299 1809 Waghtenaw 3231

Total...

3172 8088 Spencer

11028

1121

10387 Kane....... 1210 907

Lee

1638 Wayne ...... 8894

Maj. for Wilson, 641.

689 4212 Vanderburgh. 1846 1163

Rock Island.. 1542 1302
Warrick 542

1097
IX.

Colfax. Walker. Whiteside.... 1990 700 Total...... 11540 11431

Benton

279 204 Maj. for Martin, 109. Total. 8946 10329 Cass

1527 1477

Total......21797 13198 Maj. for Niblack, 1,383.

Fulton.

888 927 IL Martin. Felch,

Blackman, A.L.D., 701. Jasper

643 483 Branch...... 2191 1221 II. Wilson, English. Lake

F'worth over Dyer, 8,599.

1063 550
Cass
1518 1276 S Clark

1129 1446
Laporte 2789 2224

Lovejoy. Armstrong. Hillsdale 2613 1501 Crawford 533

716 Marshall.

1215 1122
Bureau...

2546 607 Lenawee 3865 2537 Floyd

1535

1551
1519 Champaign .. 1271

900 Monroe...... 1714 1850 Harrison..... 1367

De Witt

992 1146

755

1025 St. Joseph ... 1934 1428 Orange..... 611

994 Pulaski.

999 715

420
Perry
601 985

1199 744 2067

St. Joseph
Total......13865 9813 Scott

556 708
Starke... 144 185

Kankakee

852

1366 Washington.. 1102

809

Kendall Maj. for Martin, 4,052.

1423 756

405

La Salle.. 4040 8438 III. Martin, Felch. Total. 7434 9298

14541 12610

Livingston.... 986 Alagan 1293

M'Lean 2570 2150 Barry 1535

Maj. for Colfax, 1,981.
Maj. for English, 1,859.
948

Putnam

582 299 Berrien 1816 1941 III.

Dunn. Hughes. X

Case. Dawson. Vermillion.... 1661 112€ Calhoun.. 2915 2063 S Bartholomew. 1840 1227 Allen.. 1949 2707 S Will..

2678 2198 Clinton.. 2432 1181 Brown..

253 548 S De Kalb, 1047 1157 Eaton. 1758 1832 Jackson. 778 1249 Elkhart.. 1971

1649

Total... 22313 14988 Gratiot...

449

241 S Jefferson 2378 1491 Kosciusco.... 1584 1057 Le Roy, A.L.D., 1,828. Ionia. ..... 1887 1223Jennings 948 La Grange... 1062 460

L’joy over Armst'g, 7,325.

Daviess......

Clinton.......

Gibson ......

2021 > Cook

... 1280

III.

1429 Miami
1493 Porter.

552 Grundy.. 1586 Iroquois

1522 S White.......

Total.....

794

1396

.. 1823

ELECTION RETURNS-ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN,

OREGON AND IOWA.

247

Fulton.......

Total.....

805 Henry

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ILLINOIS.

ILLINOIS.
WISCONSIN.

Iowa-1859.
CONGRESS-(Continued.) CONGRESS-(Continued.) GOVERNOR-(Continued.)

GOVERNOR. Districts. Rep. Dem. Districts. Rep. Dem. Districts. Rep

Dem. Districts. Rep. Dem. IV. Kellogg. Davidson, IX.

Phillips, Logan. II.
Randall. Hobart. I.

Kirkwood. Dodge, 2930 8224 Hardin

46 856 Dunn..

192
175 Adair

120 76 Henry. 2242 1101 Jackson 79 1225 Eau Claire... 320 233 Adams

177 122 Knox. 2965 1820 Johnson 7 1157 Grant... 2496 1715 Audubon

58 60 Marshall

1203
1054 Massac
15 750 Green........ 1726 1141 Appanoose

627 955 Mason..

822
1038 Perry
474 798 Iowa ........ 1454 1820 Cass

179 152 Mercer

1419
898 Pope
18 774 Jackson
493 293 Clarke

462 351 Peoria..

2601
2623 Pulaski.
67 589 Juneau....... 1060 874 Dallas..

530 448 Stark. 929 584 Saline 8 1143 La Crosse.... 1219 1034 ) Davis

717 1142 Tazewell 1783 1960 Union 65 819 Lafayette.. 1102 1514 Decatur

390 771 Warren 1732 1406 S Wabash

896 623 Lapointe 72 109 Desmoines.... 1704 1923 Woodford 811 1152 White 611 1250 Marathon... 206 509 Fremont.

293 504 Williamson 43 1554 Monroe... 999 578 Guthrie.

257 260 19487 16860 Wayne 804 1195 Pepin 432 255 Harrison

297 351 Gale, A.L.D., 553.

Pierce.
506

1596 998 Kellogg over D'son, 2,627.

2796 15878 Polk

161
141 Jasper

946 705 Parish, A.L.D., 144. Portage

743 592 Jefferson 1282 1192 V. Grimshaw, Morris.

745 Adams

647 Keokuk
Logan over Phillips, 18,082. Richland
3004 3280

1043

1025

4089 Brown..

1578 Lee
590 849

Rock.....
For Superin't of Public

2159

2392

516 Calhoun ..

St. Croix.

560 Louisa 171 507 Instruction, Bateman, Rep.,

956 679 Hancock..

7993 Lucas

1659

Sauk ..
2234 received 124,556 votes
2054

521 457 ;

134 Madison... 651 729 Henderson 1001 755 French, Doug., 122,418; Trempeleau.. 866

235 McDonald ... 1774

Wood

280 Mahaska 1944 Reynolds, Buch., 5,178.

1212

1137 Pike..

Marion 1991 2471

1256 1438 For Treas’r, Miller, Rer.,

Total.....
27191 21080 Mills

262 245 Schuyler..... 1063 1489 received 125,430; Fondey, Maj. for Randall, 6,111. Monroe.

749 665 Douglas Dem., 121,609; Total.. 11648

115 13529 Dougherty, Buch'n Dem.,

IIL.
Randall. Hobart.
Montgomery: 125

377 Davis, A.L.D., 504.

333 Brown... 5,071.

Page

423 1066

Calumet..
Morris over G'shaw, 1,881.

518 678
Polk

1078 1019

600

Potawatomie. 295
Columbia. 2595
THE VOTE FOR

1646 VI. Matheny. Harris.

Poweshiek 595 Cass.

411

3492 3856 743

Dodge.. 1068 LINCOLN AND DOUGLAS.

260 125 Door

Ringgold

72 78 Christian 591 923

78 Shelby

96

2530 Greene 765 1517 At this election, Messrs. Fond du Lac.. 3214

304 257 Jersey. 574 1059 Lincoln and Douglas can- Green Lake.. 1453

Union

151 193

2327 2512 Macoupin. 1615 2093 vassed the State for U. 8. Jefferson

167

1402 567

Van Buren... 1897
Menard

780
851 Senator, to be chosen by the Kewannee ...

1260 Wapello

704

Manitowoc... 2054 Legislature then elected; Morgan..

2134 1789

Warren

987 609 Montgomery.. 786 1222 and while Mr. Douglas car: Marquette.... 556 792

352

946 Washington.. 1203

446 Bangamon. 2803 3010 ried a majority of the Legis- Oconto ...

416 535 Wayne

627 1577 Bcott

1002 lature, Mr. Lincoln had the Ozaukee 650

733 Shelby

550
1394 popular vote.
The aggre-Outagamie... 494

Total..... 26663 26755

87 gate vote of the State for Shawanaw.... 105

1539

Maj. for Dodge, 92.
Total

16193 members of the Legislature Sheboygan... 1772
was as follows:

Washington.. 684 2106
McConnell, A.L D., 277.

II.

Kirkwood. Dodge, Harris over Math'y, 4,547.

Waupacca.... 1167 624

Allamakee... 743 1025 Lincoln, Rep.,... 124,698 Waushara 1126 380

Benton

914 782 VIL. Oglesbv. Robinson. Douglas, Dem.,.. 121,190 Winnebago .. 2235 1570

Black Hawk.. 815 550 Clay 424 712 Buch. Dem., and

Boone.... 293 413 Clark. 1076 1405 Scattering, .. 4,683 Total... 24113 25853

Bremer... 417 433 Coles.. 1859 1578 Lincoln over Douglas, 3,508.

Maj. for Hobart, 1,770. Buchanan.... 816 570 Cumberland.. 488 696

TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE.

Buena Vista.. 2

6 Crawford 693 922 In Five Districts of the

Butler...

474 246 Edgar 1446 1431 / State there were no Repub- Randall, Rep.,.... 63465

Calhoun ....

17 17 Effingham.. 214 803 } lican Candidates for the Hobart, Dem.,...... 59508

Carroll

30 80 Fayette 605 842 Legislature. In these five

Cedar

1152 1002 Jasper 459 619 Districts, the Republican

Maj. for Randall,.. 8957 | Cerro Gordo.. 117 72 Lawrence. 455 662 State Ticket received 577

Cherokee.....

12 Logan... 1315 1174 votes, which, added to the

Chickasaw... 439 808 Macon 1168 939 vote of Mr. Lincoln (to which

Clay.

3

9 Moultrie. 513 570 they clearly belong), makes

Clayton 1630 1429 Piatt 546 480 his majority in this State,

Oregon-1859.

Clinton.... 1605 1521 Richland ... 499 755 over Douglas, 4,085.

Crawford

45 55 CONGRESS.

Delaware..... 844 894 Total... 11760 13588

Counties. Rep. Dem. Dickinson.... 81 15 Baldwin, A.L.D., 36.

Logan. Stout. Dubuque

:751 3153 R’son over Oglesby, 1,828. Wisconsin-1859.

Benton... 222

18

5 Clackamas 880 379

Fayette 102 849 VIII. Baker. Fouke. GOVERNOR.

Clotsop..

54
84

495

Floyd Bond...

281 731 700 Districts. Dem. Columbia...

201 51 Clinton.. 877 883

1.
Rondall, Hobart. Coos

52

126 146 Jefferson 288 1193 Kenosha..... 1821

54 37

110 Madison..

17

Grundy
2054
2185 Milwaukee... 2311

839
495 Hamilton..

192 105 Marion 575 1142 Racine

2111
1634 Jackson

218
663 Hancock.

19

14 Monroe.. 569 1149 Walworth..... 3133

1459 Josephine

211
411 ) Hardin

645 458 Randolph.. 917 1090 > Waukesha.

532 535
Howard

336 279 St. Clair 2464 2058

Linn..

602
723 Humboldt

49 29 Washington.. 435 1090

Total..... 12161
12545 Marion..
1062

4

3 Maj. for Hobart, 384. Multnomah.. 563 434

Iowa

765

549 Total.... 8410 11490

II.
Randall, Hobart.
Polk
254

1273 1477 Hope, A.L.D., 198.

Adams

594 293
Tillamook 10

5 Johnson

1602 1395 Pouke over Baker, 3,080. Bad Ax... 995 619 Umpqua.

182

1161 1153 IX. Phillips. Logan. Buffalo

264
414 > Wasco..

255 Kossuth

75 37 Alexander. 41 878 > Chippewa..... 156 248 Washington.. 356

1771 1345 Edwards.... 395 267 Clarke

71

412
818 Marshall 795

142 Franklin. 19 1030 Crawford 619 748

Mitchell

516 204 Gallatin 207 815 Dane... 8727 8880

Total...... 5681

105 10€ Hamilton

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1155 Douglas

84 60
Maj. for Stout, 89.

Muscatine ... 1457 1361

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CALIFORNIA.

ALABAMA.
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grounds of greater derotion Districts. Rep. Dem. Districts. Rep.

to the interests of the South, II. Kirkwood. Dodge.

Counties. Rep. Dem. A.L.D.

Ramsey. Becker. Palo Alto

but exhibited only a feeble 3 44 3 Rice..

Stanford. Latham. Currey.

1045 828 Plymouth.... 24

43 2159 1303 } show of strength, Andrew B. 11 ) Scott

Siskiyou ..

552 917 Pocahontas

827 Moore, regular Dem., being 16 17 Sherburne ...

Solano.... 88 1172

181 68 Sac 28

over Sonoma.. 37 Sibley

64 1981 1148 reëlected Governor 8C3 526

18 Scott.

889 106 { Wm. F. Samford, Independ

Stanislaus. 2208 1625 3 Stearns. 875 660

87 695 Story

169 ent, by about 20,000 major.

Sutter 895 858 Steele

448 178 Tama

770 Tehama

92ity. The Regulars also ear. 500

85 295 Todd.. No return. Webster

829 ried the entire Delegation in 252 333 Wabashaw...

4 1285 Trinity

793 512 Winnebago,

Congress; the only close 11 24 } Waseca

Tulare and 859 254

11 821 B'na Vista

63 contest being in the Third Winneshiek.. 1022 771 | Washington.. 953 707

737 (Montgomery) Dist., where

Tuolumne 969 8723 Woodbury... 132 163 Winona 1209 814

66 Yolo......

757 Worth.. 26} Wright

668 } Clopton, Regular Dem., beat 98

579 265 Wright

80
52 } Carlton,

Yuba..... 437 2442 1471 Judge, Independent, by 214

majority. St. Louis, 88 119 Total 29741 26556 Lake,

Total..10110 62255 81298
Maj. for Kirkwood, 3,185.

Latham over C’rey, 80957; Mississippi.
Total...

21835 17583 over both, 20847. TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE.

An Election was held in Maj. for Ramsey, 3,752. Kirkwood, Rep., 56404

AGGREGATE VOTE ON OTHER this State for Governor,

LEGISLATURE. Dodge, Dem.,....

STATE OFFICERS. State Officers, and CongressSENATE. Rep., 23; Dem., 18;

Republicans.

men, in 1859, which resulted Maj. for Kirkwood, 3093 Independent, 1. Lt. Goo....Kennedy, 11148 } in the success of the DemoHouse.. Rep., 58; Dem., 22. } Congress .. Baker,... 41438 cracy by more than three to

Sibley,...

301 one, Pettus, Dem., for Ga Minnesota-1859.

Sup. Court.Shafter.. 11799} vernor, receiving 34,559

votes to 10,308 for Walter,

Democrats.
GOVERNOR.

The Demo
California-1859.

Lt. Goo.... Downey,. 59051 Independent.
Counties. Rep. Dem.

Congress .. Burch .:: 57665 } cratic Candidates for other
Ramsey. Becker.
GOVERNOR.

Scott .... 56998) State Officers ran ahead of Anoka..

883 165
Counties. Rep. Dem. A.L.D. } Sup. Court.Cope 59397

Mr. Pettus. For Congress
Benton.
143 94
Stanford. Latham. Currey.

there was hardly a show of Blue Earth.. 784 560 Alameda.. 299 1066 664

Anti-Lecompton Democrats. Brown

opposition to the Democra843

Lt. Gov.... Conness.. 31051 800 Amador... 232 2023 985

tic candidates.
Carver
473 524 Butte.... 854 1915 1666

Congress .. Booker .. 2969
Cass..
No return. Calaveras. 35 8275 1891

McKibben 43474
Chisago 284 156 Colusa 15 541 166 } Sup. Court.Sprague.. 30978

Florida. Crow Wing... 8 55 Con'a Costa 41 805 878 Baker, Rep., was generally Dakota... 1007 1056 Del Norte. 18 892 126 supported by the Anti-Le- The last general Electior Dodge.

593 444 El Dorado. 408 3096 2413 compton Democrats, and in this State was for Con. Farribault 210 109 Fresno.... 1 859 McKibben by the Republi- gress, in 1858, when both Fillmore....

1899
1171 Humboldt 83 897 872 cans.

candidates were Democrats. Freeborn 438 2273 Klamath.. 1 607 120

Hawkins, the regular DemoGoodhue... 1220 706 Los Ang'ls 220 1916 49

crat, receiving 6,465 votes, Hennepin 2018 1117 Marin 67 467 75 South Carolina. and Westcott, Independent Houston...... 675 716 | Mariposa. 8 1462 919

Dem., 4,070.
No return. Mendocino 11 780 85

There is no opposition to
21 18 Merced.... 1 231 82

what is termed the Regular Kannabec 9 6 Monterey.. 46 495 175 Democracy in this state, and Kandiyohi...

Arkansas.
19 8} Napa...

14
810

no officers are elected by the

905 Le Sueur 577 625 Nevada... 581 8185 2534 entire vote of the State, the

There is not sufficier Manomin. No return. Placer...: 896 3226 1117 Governor and State officers, opposition to the Regula Martin 18 10 Plumas... 193 882 649

as well as the Presidential

Democracy in this state to McLeod

197 95 Sacram'to. 228 3526 2678 Electors, being chosen by create the slightest interes Meeker. 147 103 San Bern'o 39 532 6

the Legislature.

in the elections. At the las Mille Lac No return. San Diego. 17 259 1

election for Congressmer Monongalia.. 47 30 San Fran'o3027 4747 2943 Morrison..

(1858) in the First Districty

Alabama. 88 115 San Joa'in 209 1806 878

Hindman, Dem., received Mower

412

488 S. Luis Ob'o 80 284 80 An Election was held in 18,255 votes, to 2,853 for Nicollett. 424 227 San Mateo 105 420 418 this State in 1859, for Go-Crosby, Independent; and, Olmsted 1119 777 Santa B'ra 35 431 vernor, Congressmen and in the Second District, Rust, Pine

6 28 Santa Clara 626 1407 367 Legislature, in which the Dem., received 16,802 to Pembina.. No return. Santa Cruz 150 499 451 opposition to the regular 3,114 for Jones, and 8,452 Ramsey.. 1485 1778 Shasta.... 8 1456 432 Democracy claimed the suf- for Drew, Independent CAL. Renville

8 37 Sierra 295 2814 1666 sagrou of the people, on the didates.

Isanti........
Jackson .....

APPENDIX.

RESOLUTIONS OF 98' AND '99.

As the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of been justly deemed the only effectual guardian of every 1798 and 1799, form a portion of the Demo- other right. cratic National Platforms, we give them a place fied the Federal Constitution, expressly declared, that

That this State having by its Convention, which ratihere:

among other essential rights, “the liberty of conscience

and the press cannot be canceled, abridged, restrained, THE VIRGINIA RESOLUTIONS.

or modified by any authority of the United States," and

from its extreme anxiety to guard these rights from The following resolutions passed the Vir- every possible attack of sophistry and ambition, having ginia House of Delegates on the 21st of Decem- with other States recommended an amendment for that ber, 1798, and were agreed to by the Senate purpose, which amendment was, in due time, annexed to

the Constitution, it would mark a reproachful incousisthree days later, on the 24th December. These tency, and criminal degeneracy, if an indifference were Resolutions are understood to have been writ- now shown to the most palpable violation of one of the ten by Mr. Madison.

rights, thus declared and secured; and to the establish

ment of a precedent which may be fatal to the other. Resolved, That the General Assembly of Virginia doth

That the good people of this Commonwealth hay. unequivocally express a firm resolution to maintain and ing ever felt, and continuing to feel, the most sincere defend the Constitution of the United States, and the affection for their brethren of the other States, the constitution of this state, against every aggression, either

truest anxiety for establishing and perpetuating the foreign or domestic; and that they will support the Go- Union of all, and the most scrupulous fidelity to that vernment of the United States in all measures warranted

Constitution which is the pledge of mutual friendship and by the former.

the instrument of mutual happiness, the General AssemThat this Assembly most solemnly declares a warm at- bly doth solemnly appeal to the like dispositions in the tachment to the Union of the States, to maintain which

other States, in confidence that they will concur with this it pledges its powers; and, that for this end, it is their Commonwealth in declaring, as it does hereby declare, duty to watch over and oppose every infraction of those

that the acts aforesaid are unconstitytional; and that principles which constitute the only basis of that Union, the necessary and proper measures will be taken by each because a faithful observance of them can alone secure for coöperating with this State, in maintaining, unimits existence and the public happiness.

paired, the authorities, rights, and liberties, reserved to That this Assembly doth explicitly and perempto the States respectively, or to the people. rily declare, that it views the powers of the Federal That the governor be desired to transmit a copy of the Government, as resulting from the compact to which foregoing resolutions to the executive authority of each the States are parties, as limited by the plain sense

of the other States, with a request that the same may be and intention of the instrument constituting that com

communicated to the legislature thereof; and that a copy pact, as no farther valid than they are authorized by the be furnished to each of the Senators and Representatives grants enumerated in that compact; and that, in case of representing this state in the Congress of the United a deliberate, palpable, and dangerous exercise of other States. powers not granted by the said compact, the States, who

THE KENTUCKY RESOLUTIONS. are parties thereto, have the right, and are in duty bound, to interpose, for arresting the progress of the evil, The following resolutions, drafted by Thomas and for maintaining within their respective limits the Jefferson, passed the Kentucky House of Re. authorities, rights, and liberties, appertaining to them.

That the General Assembly doth also express its deep presentatives on the 10th of Nov., 1798, and regret, that a spirit has, in sundry instances, been mani. were agreed to by the Senate on the 13th of fested by the Federal Government, to enlarge its powers the same month : by forced constructions of the constitutional charter which defines them;and that indications have appeared 1. Resolved, That the several States composing the of a design to expound certain general phrases (which, United States of America, are not united on the princihaving been copied from the very limited grant of powers ple of unlimited submission to their general government; in the former Articles of Confederation, were the less but that by compact, under the style and title of a Conliable to be misconstrued) so as to destroy the meaning stitution for the United States, and of amendments and effect of the particular enumeration which neces- thereto, they constituted a general government for spesarily explains and limits the general phrases, and so as cial purposes, delegated to that government certain to consolidate the States by degrees into one sovereignty, definite powers, reserving, each State to itself, the resi. the obvious tendency and inevitable result of which duary mass of right to their own self-government; and, would be, to transform the present republican system of that whensoever the General Government assumes undethe United States into an absolute, or at best, a mixed legated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and monarchy.

of no force; that to this compact each State acceded as That the General Assembly doth particularly protest a State, and is an integral party ; that this government, against the palpable and alarming infractions of the Con- created by this compact, was not made the exclusive or stitution, in the two late cases of the “Alien and Sedition final judge of the extent of the powers delegated to Acts,” passed at the last session of Congress; the first of itself; since that would have made its discretion, and which exercises a power nowhere delegated to the Federal not the Constitution, the measure of its powers; but, Government, and which, by uniting legislative and judi. that, as in all other cases of compact among parties hav. cial powers to those of the executive, subverts the general ing no common judge, each party has an equal right to principles of free government, as well as the particular judge for itself, as well of infractions as of the mode and organization and positive provisions of the Federal Con- measure of redress. stitution; and the other of which acts exercises, in like 2. Resolved, that the Constitution of the United States manner, a power not delegated by the Constitution, but, having delegated to Congress a power to punish treason, on the contrary, expressly and positively forbidden by counterfeiting the securities and current coin of the one of the amendments thereto; a power which, more United States, piracies and felonies committed on the than any other, ought to produce universal alarm, be- high seas, and offenses against the laws of nations, and cause it is leveled against the right of freely exam- no other crimes whatever; and it being true, as a geneining public characters and measures, and of free com. ral principle, and one of the amendments to the Conmunication among the people thereon, which has ever stitution having alsc declared, “ that the powers not

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