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ELECTIOY RETURNS—ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, OREGON

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ILLINOIS.

ILLINOIS.
WISCONSIN.

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

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

Dem.
Districts. Pep:
Dem. Districts. Rep.

Dem. IV. Kellogg. Davidson. IX.

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

Kirkwood. Dodge, Fulton... 2980 8224 Hardin

46 356 Dunn.
192 175 Adair

120
Henry.. 2242 1101 S Jackson
79 1225 Eau Claire... 820 233 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

627 985 Mason. 822 1038 > Perry 474 798 Iowa

1454
1820 } Cass

179 152 Mercer 1419

S98 Pope
18 774 Jackson ..

493
293 Clarke

462

851 Peoria.. 2601 2623 Pulaski.

67 589 Juneau.. 1060 874 Dallas... 530 Stark... 929 584 Saline 3 1143 La Crosse... 1219

1034 ) Davis

717 1142 Tazewell 1783 1960 Union

65 819 Lafayette..
1102 1514 Decatur

890 771 Warren 1782 1406 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.. 939 678 Guthrie., 257 260 19487 16860 Wayne

804 1195 Pepin

432 255 Harrison 297 851 Gale, A.L.D., 553.

Pierce.

506
805 ) Henry.

1596 999 Kellogg over D'son, 2,627. Total 2796 15878 Polk

161 141
Jasper

946

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

749 582 Jefferson 1282 1192 V. Grimshaw. Morria.

745 647 ) Keokuk 1025 Logan over Phillips, 13,082. Richland Adams

1043 3004 3280

Rock..
4089 1578 Lee ..

2159 2392 Brown.. 590

For Superin't of Public
849
St. Croix.. 516 560 Louisa

956 679 Calhoun . 171 507 Instruction, Bateman, Rep.,

Sauk
1659 799 Lucas

521 457 Hancock, 2054 2234 received 124,556

184 Madison.... 651 Henderson 122,418;

729 1001

Trempeleau.. 366 755 French, Doug.,

Wood.

285 280 Mahaska 1212 1187 McDonald ... 1774 1944 Reynolds, Buch., 5,173.

Marion Pike...

1256 1438 1991 2471 For Treas'r, Miller, Rep., 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;

115 11648

Montgomery.. 125
13529 Dougherty, Buch'n Dem.,
III. Randall. Hobart.

377 333 Davis, A.L.D., 504.

Page
Brown...
5,071.

423 1066

1078 Polk

1048 Morris over G'shaw, 1,881.

Calumet...

678 518

600 Columbia.... 2595

Potawatomie. 295
THE VOTE FOR

1646 VI. Matheny. Harris.

595 Poweshiek

411

3856 Cass..

3492

Dodge.. 743 1068 LINCOLN AND DOUGLAS.

260 125 Door

78 Ringgold

72 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. S. Jefferson

Van Buren... 1397 1402 167

567 Menard 780 851 Senator, to be chosen by the Kewaunee ..

1016 1260 Manitowoc. 704

Wapello

2134 Morgan. 1789 2054 Legislature then elected ;

Warren

937 609 Montgomery.. 786

792
and while Mr. Douglas car: 3 Marquette.... 586
1222

352

946 Washington.. 1203

446 Sangamon 2803 3010 ried a majority of the Legis- Oconto

Wayne

416

535

1577 650

627
1002 lature, Mr. Lincoln had the Ozaukee
Shelby
550 1394 { popular vote.

783
The aggre-
Outagamie... 494

Total.... 26663 26755 gate vote of the State for Shawanaw.. 105 87

1589 Maj. for Dodge, 92. Total 11646 16193 } members of the Legislature Sheboygan... 1772 was as follows: Washington.. 684 2106

II.

Kirkwood. Dodge McConnell, A.L D., 277.

Waupacca.... 1167 624

Allamakee... 743 Harris over Math'y, 4,547. Lincoln, Rep.,... 124,698

1025 Waushara 1126 380

Benton .. 914

782 VII.

Douglas, Dem.,.. 121,190 Winnebago 2235 1570
Oglesby. Robinson.

Black Hawk.. S15 550
Clay
424 712
Buch. Dem., and

Boone.... 298 418 Clark. 1076 1405 Scattering, 4,683 Total 24113 25883

Bremer...

417 438 Coles... 1859 1578 Lincoln over Douglas, 3,508.

Maj. for Hobart, 1,770.

Buchanan. 816 570 Cumberland.. 488 696

Buena Vista.. 2

6

TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE. 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

80 30 Fayette 605 842 Legislature. In these five

Cedar

1152 1002 Jasper

459 619 Districts, the Republican Maj. for Randall, 3957 Cerro Gordo.. 117 72 Lawrence.. 455 662 State Ticket received 577

Cherokee... 12

7 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 CONGRESS.

55

Delaware... 844 894 Total..... 11760 18588

Counties. Ron. Dem. Dickinson. 31 15 Baldwin, A.L.D., 36.

Logan. Stont. Dubuque

2751 8153 R’son over Oglesby, 1,828.

Benton... 222
Wisconsin-1859.

18

5 Clackamas 880 879

102 Fayette

849
VIII.
Baker. Fouke.
GOVERNOR.

Clotsop.
54 84

495
Floyd

281 Bond... Districts. Rep. Dem. Columbia... 63

201 Clinton,

51
877 883 1.
Randall. Hobart. Coos

52 63
Greene

126 146 Jefferson 288 1193 Kenosha.... 1821 906

Curry
54 37

110
Grundy

17 Madison.. 2054 2185 Milwaukee.. 2811

339
495 Hamilton.

105 Marion 575 1142 Racine

2111
1634 Jackson

218
663 Hancock.

19 14 Monroe. 569 1149 Walworth... 8183

1459 ) Josephine
211

645 458 Randolph.. 917 1090 Waukesha. . 2785

532

336 279 St. Clair 2464 2058

Linn.

602
723 Humboldt

49 29 Washington.. 435 1090 Total.... 12161 12545 Marion... 1062 296

Ida

4

8 Maj. for Hobart, 884. Multnomah .. 563

765 519 Total.. 8410 11490

II.
Randall, Hobart.
Polk

254 284

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

Adams

594 293
Tillamook 10

5 Johnson

1602 1395 Fouké over Baker, 3,080.

Bad Ax.
995 619 Umpqua.. 182

1161 1153 IX.

264
Wasco..

115
Phillips, Logan. Buffalo
414

75 87 Alexander. 41 878 Chippewa...

156 248 Washington.. 356 201

Linn

1771 1345 Edwards... 895 267 Clarke

71 42
Yamhill.. 412

795 442 Franklin 19 1030 Crawford 619 748

Mitchell

516
Gallatin
207 815 ) Dane...

8727 8880
Total...... 5631 5670

Monona

105 105 Hamilton 6 1155 Douglas

84

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Maj. for Stout, 89.

Muscatine 1457 1361

422 Emmet

731

700

72 Franklin.

6251 Douglass

192

2295 Lane..

411 ) Hardin
535 Howard

434 Iowa

43 Jones 255) Kossuth

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MINNESOTA.
CALIFORNIA.

ALABAMA.
GOVERNOR-(Continued.)
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grounds of greater derotion Districts.

Rep.
Dem. Districts. Rep. Dem.

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 Rice.

1045

Stanford. Latham. Currey.

828 Plymouth. 24 11 Scott

43 2159 1303 show of strength, Andrew B. 552

Siskiyou ..

917 Pocahontas 17 Sherburne

Solano... 16

827 Moore, regular Dem., being

SS 1172 181 68

Sonoma... Sac

over 28 37 Sibley.

64 1981 1148 reëlected Governor 808 526

Stanislaus. 1625 3 Stearns.

13 Scott 2208

106 Wm. F. Samford, Independ

889
375 660
Sutter

87
358 Steele
Story.

695 395

159 ) ent, by about 20,000 major448 • 178

35

Tehama Tama 295 Todd..

92 { ity. The Regulars also car

770 500

No return. Webster 252

829 { ried the entire Delegation in 333 Wabashaw..

Trinity 4 1285

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

Tuolumne 969 3723 737 (Montgomery) Dist., where Woodbury.

232
163 Winona 1209 814

66 757

Yolo...... Worth. 26 Wright

568 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 31298
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, 8,752. Kirkwood, Rep., 56404

AGGREGATE VOTE ON OTHER this State for Governor, Dodge, Dem.,... 53311

LEGISLATURE

STATE OFFICERS.

State Officers, and CongressSENATE. Rep., 23; Dem., 13;

Republicans.

men, in 1859, which resulted Maj. for Kirkwood, 3093

of the Demo-
Lt. Goo....Kennedy, 11148 ) in the succe
Independent, 1.
House., Rep., 58; Dem., 22. } Congress ..Baker,... 41438 cracy by more than three to

Sibley,...

301 one, Pettus, Dem., for GoMinnesota-1859.

Sup. Court.Shafter.. 11799 } vernor, receiving 84,559

votes to 10,308 for Walter,

Democrats.
GOVERNOR.

The Demo-
California-1859.

Lt. Goo.... Downey,. 59031 Independent.
Counties. Rep.
Dem.

Congre88 .. Burch

cratic Candidates for other

57665
Ramsey. Becker.
GOVERNOR.

56999

State Officers ran ahead of Anoka. 383 165 ) 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.. 734 560 Alameda.. 299 1066 664

Anti-Lecompton Democrats.

opposition to the DemocraBrown 843 300 Amador... 232 2023 985

Lt. Gov.... Conness.. 81051

tic candidates. Carver

473 524 Butte.... 854 1915 1666 } Congress .. Booker .. 2969
Cass..
No return.

McKibben 48474
Calaveras. 85 8275 1391
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 ConFarribault. 210 109 Fresno....

1 859 11 McKibben by the Republi- gress, in 1858, when both Fillmore.... 1399 1171 Humboldt 83 397 872 cans.

candidates were Democrats. Freeborn 433 227 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 212

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

There is no opposition to Jackson .. 21 18 Merced.... 1

82

what is termed the Regular Kannabec 9 6 Monterey.. 46 493 175

Democracy in this state, and Kandiyohi..

Arkansas. 19 3} Napa...

14 810 905 no officers are elected by the Le Sueur 577 625 Nevada... 531 3185 2534 entire vote of the State, the

There is not sufficien 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 t. McLeod

197 95 Sacram'to. 223 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'08027 4747 2943

Alabama.

(1558) in the First District, Morrison... 88 115 San Joa'in 209 1806 878

Hindman, Dem., received Mower

412 489 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 85 431 vernor, Congressmen and in the Second District, Rust, Pine

6 28 Santa Clara 626 1407 367 } Legislature, in which the } Dem., received 16,302 to Pembina..... No return. Santa Cruz 150 499 451 cpposition to the regular 3,114 for Jones, and 3,452 Ramsey...... 1485 1773 Shasta .... 8 1456 432 ) Democracy claimed the suf- for Drew, Independent canRenville

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

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85

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I. THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT : Gov. Seward's Rochester Speech of 1858; with Charles O'Conor's Union-Meeting Speech, December 19, 1859.

II. THE DEMOCRATIC LEADERS FOR DISUNION : Speech of Henry Wilson of Massachusetts, in the Senate, January 25, 1860.

III. THE ADMISSION OF KANSAS: Gov. Seward's great Speech, in Senate, February 29, 1860.

IV. NATIONAL POLITICS: Speech of Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, at the Cooper Institute, New-York, February 27, 1860; James R. Doolittle's Vindication of Wisconsin.

V. LAND FOR THE LANDLESS: The Hon. Galusha A. Grow's Speech, in the House, February 29, 1860.

VI. THE LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN: By an Illinois Republican, who knows well the man and his history. A large compact pamphlet of 32 double-column pages, for general circulation as a compaign document. Price 4 cents a copy, 40 cents per dozen, $2 50 per hundred, $20 per thousand. If required by mail, one cent additional must be sent to prepay postage. Cash orders are solicited, and will be filled in the order of their reception.

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I N G E R M A N.

I. Seward's late Speech on the Admission of Kansas.
II. Land for the Landless : The Hon. Galusha A. Grow's Speech.
III. National Politics : Abraham Lincoln's Speech.
IV. The Irrepressible Conflict : Gov. Seward's Rochester Speech.
V. State Rights and Supreme Court: The Hon. James R. Doolittle's Speech.
VI. The Democratic Leaders for Disunion: The Hon. Henry Wilson's Speech.
VII. The Barbarism of Slavery: The Hon. Owen Lovejoy's Speech,

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