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MISSISSIPPI.

Gov' NOR,'69. CONG. '69. CONS.'68.
For Agst.
Rep. Cons. Rep. Cons.
Alcorn Dent Harris Wafford Cons. Cons.

....2372

Lee..

520

Coahoma.....1270
39.. 1260 41.. 864 114
De Soto... ..2044 1398.. 2023 1372.. 413 2167
Lafayette.....1188 1098.. 1187 1094.. 298 1895
Marshall......1991 1322.. 1982 1164.. 1587 2279
Panola...
896.. 2372 890.. 1503 1568
Tippah.
326 845.. 344
808.. 190 162
Tishemingo... 446 1232.. 416 1008.. 479 1860
Tunica.
606 32.. 601 12.. 499 109
Total.. ...10243 6862..10215 6389.. 5833 10154
James L. Alcorn over Louis Dent, 3381;
George E. Harris over Jefferson L. Wafford,
3826. R. Bavery, Conservative, received 429
votes for Congress. Maj. against Constitution
in 1868, 4321.
II.
Alcorn Dent Morphis Kell'g For Agst.
Bolivar.... II2I 141.. J119 143.. 1072 157
Calhoun....... 107 533.. 124 432.. 103 997
Chickasaw....1652 1124.. 1651 988.. 971 1799
Itawamba 96 215.. 116
145.. 207 683
398
765.. 401
880.. 114 1933
Monroe ...2609
920.. 2576 254.. 2067 1759
Pontotoc..
473.. 523 360.. 698 929
Sunflower. 584 140.. 584 130.. 374
301
Tallahatchie.. 756 487.. 757 475.. 196 1031
Yallobusha...1264 1565.. 1238 1546.. 932 1963
Total... ..9107 6364.. 9089 5353.. 6734 11552
Maj. for Alcorn, 27433 J. L. Morphis over
William Kellogg, 3736. J.H. Tatum, Conserva-
tive, received 1405 Votes for Congress. Maj.
against the Constitution in 1868, 4818.
Alcorn Dent Barry Steers For Agst.
.1074 564.. 1013 579.. 989 976
1281 1608.. 978 1591.. 276 2727
741 789.. 738 788.. 277 1381
.1171
758.. 1159
744.. 1021
953
366.. 558 242.. 493
722
844. 4022 1824.. 3229 2001
343.. 200 326.. 172 540
687.. 3423 691.. 2978 1301
248.. 275
999
550.. 546 571.. 440 729
14664 6757..12912 7630..11110 12332
Maj. for Alcorn, 7907; Henry W. Barry over
Schuyler B. Steers, 5282. J. D. Leflore, Con-
servative, received 1817 votes for Congress.
Maj. against Constitution, 1222.

III.
Atala.
Carroll...

Choctaw.

Kemper
Leake..
Lowndes

502
.4082

200

Neshoba.
Noxubee... ..3433
Oktibbeha....1622

274.. 1255

Winston

558

Total..

IV.

Clarke
Hinds...
Holmes..
Issaquena....1342
Jasper........ 669
Lauderdale...1523
Madison......2508
Newton..

Rankin

Scott..

Smith..
Warren.

Washington..2537

Jefferson
Lawrence
Marion.
Perry
Pike.
Simpson
Wayne..

Alcorn Dent Perce Brown
For Agst.
417.. 1672
553
678..
503 965
241.. 273
182..

55
810
376

319 58 228 687.. 511 1196

413.. 1926 665.. 939 188.. 247 184.. 55 653.. 779 359.. 367 360.. 49 682 397 228.. 389 229.. 394 219 336.no return.. 2186 627 Total.. .16851 8302..14450 8080..14040_12678 Maj, for Alcorn, 8549; Le Grand W. Perce over Leroy S. Brown, 6370. Maj. for ConstituGrand Total.76186 38097..71746 37263..58230 62301 tion, 1362.

Wilkinson....2363

Per cent.........66.66 33.34..65.82 34.18.. 48.31

51.69

1927
957
276

Maj. for James L. Alcorn over Louis Dent in the State, 38089; Republican maj. on Congressmen, 34483. Maj. against the Constitution in 1868, 4071.

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A. W. Wills.

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OTHER STATE OFFICERS ELECTED. Republicans. Democrats. Lieut. Gov. R. C. Powers over E. Jeffords. Sec. State..James Lynch T. Sinclair. Treasurer. Wm. H. Vasser Jos. McCloy. Auditor....H'y Musgrove Att'y Gen..J. S. Morris Supt. Inst..Henry R. Pease " LEGISLATURE, 1870. Senate.House. Joint Bal. Republicans. .26 82..... .108 Democrats.. 7 Republican maj.. ...19 .76 The vote on the new Constitution was almost unanimous,being 105223 for and only 954 against. The vote against disfranchisement for having taken part in the Rebellion was nearly unani

25....32

57

mous.

R. Lowry.

T. S. Gathright.

The proposition (submitted separately) to forbid the lending of the State's credit to any person or corporation, was adopted.

CALIFORNIA.

Elections were held in this State in 1869 for members of the Legislature, two Judges of the Supreme Court, various minor judges, and county officers. The result on Supreme Court Judges was as follows: Republicans.

Democrats. Full term. Sawyer...30936; Wallace.....36692 Short term. Pratt.. .28705; Crockett....38997 Of the various District Judges elected, all were Democrats.

LEGISLATURE, 1869. Senate. House. Joint Bal Democrats..

..26

67.

10.

Republicans..
Independent..
Democratic maj...................

.II
3
12

..93 .21 6 .66

Alcorn Dent McKee
1147 705.. 1143
.3819
.2247 739.. 2235

Fisk For Agst.
707.. 993 835
1415.. 3814 1417.. 2869 2041

32.. 1345 606.. 551 970.. 1517 629.. 2503 570 726.. 568 987 1006.. 987 574 535.. 574 115 489.. 116 .4641 1005.. 4560 140.. 2538 Yazoo .2642 815.. 2631 812.. 1816 1490 Total. ...25321 9812..25082 9811..20513 15585 Maj. for Alcorn, 15509; George C. McKee over Archie C. Fisk, 15271. Maj. for Constitution, 4928.

752.. 1793 1207 31.. 1057 104 607.. 453 1003 971.. 1323 1361 629.. 2055 1190 725.. 115 1182 1010.. 161 1864 527. 291 911 487.. 3 827 996.. 4851 1316 140.. 2733 251

V.

834

Alcorn Dent Perce Brown For Agst. Adams.. ..3179 718.. 3179 715.. 2936 Amite 980 789.. 979 789. Claiborne.....2093 .2228 1093 457.. 2094 458.. 1696 665 Copiah.. ..1860 1490.. 1858 1491.. 556 2524 Covington. Davis. 440 Franklin. 235 ... 473 756 Greene. 53 Hancock. 129 Harrison..... 307

207 320.. 202

322.. 93
178. 132
580.. 197

The counties giving majorities for the Demo cratic candidate for Delegate were Colfax, Mora, and Rio Arriba.

IOI 179.. IOI
579.. 473
122.. 53
237.. 139
363
157..

LEGISLATURE, 1869. Council. House.Joint Bal.
Republicans.
17........ .27
404 Democrats..

122.. 59
239.. 143
163..
231

122

.10
3

433

Jackson...... 308 228.. 307 229.. 123 383 Republican maj......

7

3..

54..

NEW MEXICO.

The general election was held September 6, 1869. For Delegate, J. Francisco Chaves, Republican, and Vincente Romero Democrat, were candidates. Chaves had a majority of 1920 votes, as officially returned Two precincts, giving him a majority of over 100 each, were thrown out on account of informality. The vote of the Territory was light, reaching but 15000, which is probably 2000 or 3000 short of a full poll.

those giving majorities for the Republican There are 13 counties in the Territory, and candidate for Delegate, were Taos Sante Fe, San Miguel, Santana, Bernalillo, Valencia, Socorro Doriana, Grant, and Lincoln.

9.............12 8.15

MARYLAND.

Carroll.

Cecil...

COMP.'69. PRES.'68. GOV'R,'67.
Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem.
McKillip Woolf'd Grant Sey'r Bond Bowie
Allegany.....2231 2653.. 2428 2721.. 2175 2884
Anne Arundel. 170 1587.. 344 1670.. 150 1695
Baltimore C'y 5237 13642.. 9103 21702.. 4846 19912
Baltimore Co. 1682 2915.. 2335 4377.. 1324 4131
Calvert
841..
50
67
626..
881
9
Caroline ... 517 994.. 474 907.. 231 1004
...2150 2458.. 2300 2607.. 2291 2815
..1443 2268.. 1715 2481.. 1588 2513
Charles....... 12 1238.. 35 1124.. 7 1296
Dorchester... 320 1260.. 476 1415.. 341 1572
Frederick .3668 4002.. 3869 3813.. 3705 4185
766 1925.. 1175 2313.. 806 2297
438 1113.. 490 1012.. 335 1210
181 1198.. 266 1332.. 136 1420
Montgomery. 331 1606.. 399 1745.. 310 1674
Pr. George's.. 176 1829.. 164 1664.. 78 2055
Queen Anne's. 235 1760.. 275 1528.. 95 1757
St. Mary's..... 17 978.. 39 989.. 30 1516
Somerset..... 220 1454.. 421 1182.. 137 1315
Talbot
243 1121.. 357 1252.. 138 1273
Washington..2837 3282.. 3056 3114.. 2760 3226
Wicomico 434 1253.. 421 1319.. 263 1570
Worcester 54 1377.. 229 1464.. 135 1401
.23412 52754..30438 62357..21890 63602

Harford
Howard..
Kent.

Total..
Per cent

30.74 69.26..32.80 67.20..25.61 74.39 In 1869, whole vote for Controller, 76166. Majority for Levin Woolford over William A. McKillip, 29342; majority for Seymour, in 1868, 31919; majority for Bowie, in 1868, 41712.

THE LEGISLATURE is entirely Democratic.

POPULAR VOTE

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Virginia [no vote]..
West Virginia..
Wisconsin

Total..

Per cent...

1868.

Rep. Dem. Rep. Grant. Seym'r. Mj. 76366 72086 4280 22152 19078 3074 54592 54078 514 50996 47951 3045 7623 10980 *3357

57134 102822 *45688)
250293 199143 51150
176552 166980 9572
120399 74040 46359
31046 14019 17030
39569 115889 76323
33263 8022546962
70426 42396 28030
30438 62357*31919
136477 59408 77069
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97069 31481
28072 15470

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Snohomish
Stevens.
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Walla Walla.
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Total
Per cent.

.2743 2595.. 2368

2272

51.39 48.61.. 51.03 48.97 Garfielde over Marshal F. Moore, 148. Whole In 1869, whole vote, 5338, maj. for Selucius vote in 1867, 4640; maj. for Alvan Flanders, 96. LEGISLATURE, 1869. Council.House.Joint Bal. Republicans.... Democrats.

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1860.

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31678 41072
9729 5439 4290
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38191 31224
6967 36400 32871
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3006 268030 16765 178871 12776

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5.42

18.11 12.65

(*Democratic majorities.) In 1868, whole vote 5716788; Grant's maj. 309588. In 1864, whole vote 4024852; Lincoln's maj.407402. In 1860, whole vote 4680193. Lincoln over Douglas, 491275; over Breckinridge, 1018590; over Bell, 1275821; all others over Lincoln, 947269.

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