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42d
Congress.



Rep. De



91

99
.518
1161
399
12.57
321
2.38
33
1267
187
724
72
787



474
338

.5.37
1117
420
895
169
209

50
598
3f(7
798
164
347

40



41st
Congress.



I
Rep. Dem



106
60
1.53

1154
352

14.35
3.34
243
126

1524
205
718
56
7.32
35



9147



463
2.50
139
893
324
9h6

95
138

45
773
239
760
143
314
104



6518



159
281
255
108
288
305
706

l.%42
2.37
70

104t



274
259
396
113
3T0
161
6.56

1.006
297
220

1319



Total.



1.^3
278
221
4.39
237
426
268
192

7189



l_.
8732J 6214



122
128
173

80
278
208
407
9.5-1

79
106
1122

37
1.3S

68

16
292
109
221
190

77



h irst Dij>trict

Kenosha

Milwaukee

Rjicinc

Walworth

Waukesha



Wisconsin.



1104

3087

2-i03| 193J



92Sj 1528
9511 57K5



3225
24.^1



Totals 122.50 \f>^^< 17513 17084



3124
146.51 4192



1195
9.'iM5
1931
1.569
3^)04



Fccond District

Cohinibla 1 2062

Dane | 3850

JetTerson 2195

Rock .3360



Totals ..., 11467



1417

381,^
3158
1175



.3852
573«-.
3IK9
.V>56



9568 18.133 12659



4M.i6
.37.56
2149



Third District
Crawford



Grant 2>'IS 1480

Greene i 1797 822

Iowa 16791 1962

Lafavette ! IWS! 1888

Richland

Sauk



Totals



106-t
1352



10991 1187

4^301 2fl69

'27771 1302

2.3281 1975

.-, 2198 21.57

810 ir.l8 1103

36fl| 32.53 1369



11503 81.56 179a3 11162



10



74 Evening Journal Almanac, 1872.


Wisconsin -


-Continued.


Wisconsin — Continued.


Counties.


42d
Congress.


41st
Congress.


Counties.


42d
Congress.


41st
Congress.


Rep.


Dem.


Rep.


Dem.


Rep.


Dem.


Rep.


Dem.


Fourth Diatrict.


2428
3240
2521

14ti
719


4.538
.3794
23.>5
1855
2467


3644
4712
575
30.38
1236


5696
4186
1991
2178
3037


BiiUh District.


706
34
40
66
629
42
540
613
122
689
757
403
1075
1404
229
1536
3.57

301
1033

9MG

964
1347

319


166


952

8


327
31




Ashland .-.


Sheboygan




17

38
262
1
671
105

66
358
604
220
978
.8.33
1081
1040

34
479
118
702
712
259
215
545


Bayfield


20

1092

74

674

410
7''
1131
1280
1062
14.39
2367

208
1947

.535
13.52

321
1229
1230
1193
2240

400


24

454

4

644

140
74
349
714
3»-.9
1123
l.>9
788
1255
220
530
141
743
820
267
620
450




BulTalo






9056


1.5019


132a5


17688


Chippewa


Fi/th District.
Brown


Clark










1760
612
686

1242
655

3000
513

]ia5

5.53
362
1.5.'i7
1630
3520


1644
1157
167
639
580
1527
1060
1564
408
195
759
246
1876


18.36
978
645

1823
623

2043
6.35
766

1490
327

1980

1780

4693


1947

1147
161
786
875

3204
952
450

1795
205
918
.349

2745


Jackson


Calumet


Juneau


Door


La Crosse




Marathon




Monroe .{...




Pepin




Pierce




Polk


Oconto


Portage






Waupaca


Trempeleau


Vernon


WinnphHe-n


Wood


Totals ....




17258


11822


19622


15531


Totals


i.in49


9604


21238


11481




\" "


Ariz

Richard C. McConnick (
majority.

Color


TERRI
Dna.

Ind.) was el<

ado.


TORIAL


DELEGATI


:s.

Dakota,

m.), 1,198.
ep.), 1,102.
1,023.

t of Columbia.


'cted by 970


M. K. Armsby (De
W. G. Burleigh (R
S. S. Spink (Rep.),

Distric


(.'OUNTIE8.


42d
Congress.


41st
Congfress.


Divisions.


42d

Congress.


Registration.
Number of voters.


Rep.


Dem.


Rep.


Dem.


Rep.


Dem.


W'te.


Col.


Tot'l.




IWW
436
86
472
275
197
238
163
199
420
946
192
327
14^1
499
147
278
82
70
116
155

6450


728
399
117
.371
65
87
199
126
139
SI
664

1.54
457
144
294
62
40
124
181


691
252


478
218


First District

Second District

Third District

Fourth District

Fifth District. . .


6.37
723
3.56
645
873
547

1268
9K^
627
381
390
206
559

1183
976
495

1068
672
185
%8
891
566

15199


299
519
6S5
.553
.521
276
.318
325
327
429
407
360
6.38
7.59
1068
4.55
711
4.S)
370
552
360
551


786
846
766
812
523
5.50
6.M
674
662
687
582
963

1155

1616
802
940
907
494

1034
747

1124


572
603
2<3
510
676
3.S8
1107
741
36.x
193
264
77
290
918
574
267
9.30
611
108
567
600
125


1004

1.389

n2i»

1276
14>8
911
16.57
1395
1042
K55
951
659
1253
2073
2190
1069
1870
1518
602
1601
1.347
1249

28528


Boulder




Clear Creek


3.57
217
166
79
82
66


407

1.S.8
87
81
26
78


Costilla




Sixth District

Seventh Dlstilct....

Eighth District

Ninth District

Tenth District

Eleventh DlsStrict...
Twelfth District ....

Thirteenth Dist

Fourteenth Dist. ...

Fifteenth Dist

Sixteenth Dist

Seveuteenth Dist...
Eighteenth Dist. ...
Nineteenth Dist....

Twentieth Dist

Twentv-tlrst Dist. .
Twenty-sec'd Dist.

Totals










Gilpin


757
33
253
107
251
138
3.3H
69
41
87
90


?I0
273
273
142
366
1.35
225

73
4

72
139


Huerfano

Jefferson


Larimer




Lake


Pueblo ...#.

Park




Summit

Weld

Totals


5058


4092


11084


17756


10772







Evening Journal Almanac, 1872.



75



Idaho.


New Mexico -Continued.


COUHTIM.


42d
Congres*


4l8t

Congress.


Counties.


42d
Congress.


4l8t

Congress.


Kep.


Detn.


Rep.


Dem.


Rep.


Eep.


Dem.


Rep.


Dem.


Ada


339
87
614
134
194
69
280
39


513
161
943
239
242
138
295
41


338
131
653
179
161
159
555
42

2218


554

2a5

1167

\^

12
592
44


Socorro




475
752
951


729
471
358


558
914
1128


497




Taos


20
21


754


Boise


Valencia


126


Idaho


Totals


25.34


5285


7670


8094




Lemhi


6273


Oneida


Chehalis












312

80
111

268

127
32
95
66
48

196
37
63
88

241
17

670
56
71

2734


60
68
374
101
83
264
184
260
59
106
23
87
133
22
56
120
260
20
384
55
25






Washingtoi












1747


2572


3102




76
85
404
110
96

316
201

65
128

37
145
167

92
182
372

42
527

99

60




Totals




41

287






Clarke








130


219


248


Cowlitz


91




ontana.


Island


94


y\




83




King


176


Beaver Head







Kitsap


96
18
84
53
45
151
79
57
115
214
11


Big Horn






Choteau -


77





23


230




Dawson






Deer Lodge




20

80
150


787
1.S9

1060
898
248
83


1466
317
481

1511
95b
415
184




Gallatin






Jeft'erson






Lewis and Clark


572
136




Madison




o V. I'oU '


Meagher


17
150




Missoula




Wahklalcura..
Walla-Walla..









784


547


3745


5810


'


740


TotalB




81
45






Yakima








O.

709
329
763
173
28.5
1241
795
4S
747
842


998
114
482
181
122
212
431
243
901
1810


166
466
157
13
121
1621
992
58
700
602


Totals






w Mexic


3469


2743


2595«


Ne


Albany






Bernalillo




743
207
478
103
23
367
544
276
110
256






369
183
380
279
228

1439


320
190
772
.595
138




Colfax




Wyoming




Dona Anna






Grant *


2




428
150
398
363
327


516


Lincoln


Carbon


389


Mora


202
160
72
619
1438




886


Rio Arriba.




862


Santa Ana


Uinta






649




Totals






San Miguel




1666


1965


3301











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STATE GOVERNMENTS.



Alabama.

Governor, Robert B. Lindsay (Dein.) Tenn expires
Nov.,l.S72. Salary, S4,fKM).

Lej/wZa/ure, Senate : Republicans, 31; Democrats. 2.
House: Republlciins, 35; I)emocrats, 66. Meets at
Montgomery, on the fourth Tuestlay of November.

Arkansas.

Governor, James A. Johnson (Rep.) Term expires
January, 1S73. Salary, $;'),000.

Legislature, Republican In both branches. Meets
at Little Rock, hienniaUy (1871, '73, etc.), on the first
Monday in January.

California.

Govemtyr, Newton Booth (Rep.) Term four years,
exuiring Dccembi r, 187.5. Salary, $7,nO0.

Legislature, Senate: Republicans. 17; Democrats,
22. House: Republicans, 55; Democrats, 24. Meets
at Sacramento, hienniaUy (1871, '73, etc.), on the first
Monday In December.

Connecticut.

Governor, Marshall Jewell (Rep.) Term one year,
explrlns; May, 1^72. Salary, $2,000.

Leflrw/a/arc, Senate: Republicans, 13; Democrats,^.
House: Republicans, l.'Wt; Democrats, 108. Meets
alternate years : at Hartford odd years, at New Haven
even years, on the lirst Wednesday In May.

Dela-ware.

Governor, James Ponder (Dem.) Term four years,
rfixnlrlnx January, 1875. Salary, J2.000.

//(■(TMtZa/ifrf, Senate: Democrats,": Republicans. 2.
House: Democrats. 21. Meets at Do\-^v, biennially
(1871, '73, etc.), on the tirst Tuesday In January.

Florida.

Governor, Harrison Reed (Rep.) Term expires
January. 1H73. Salary, $5,000.

Lefiislature, Senate: Republicans, 11; Democrat",
10; vacancifs, 3. House: Republicans, 23; Demo-
crats, 20. Meets at Tallahas.see, annually, on the
Tuesday after the llrst Monday In January.

Georgia.

Governor. Bcniamin Conlev (Rep.) Term expires
January, 1573. Salary, $-1,000.

Legislature, Senate: Democrats, 29; Republicans.
14. House (incomplete): Democrats, Ht ; Renubll-
cans, .39; not heard from, 28. Me< ts at Atlanta,
biennially (1871, '73, etc.), second Wednesday In
January.

Illinois.

Governor, John M. Palmer ( Rep. ) Term four years,
exp Ine January, 1873. Salary, $1,.'>00.

Lemslature. Senate: Republicans. .30; Democrats,
20. ^ouse: R^■publicans, 98; Democrats, 76; Inde-
pendents, 3. Meets at SprlnKfieM, biennially (1871,
'73, etc.), on the first Monday In January,

Indiana.

Governor, CJonrad Baker (Rep.) Tenn four years,
explrlut? January, 1873. Salary. $3,000.

Lealflature, Senate: Republicans, 26; Democrats,
24. House: Republicans, 47; Democrats, 5.3. Meets
at Indianapolis, biennially (1S71, '73, etc.), first Wed-
nesday In January.

Iowa.

Goi^emor, CjTUS C. Carpenter (Rep.) Term two
year.*, explrlnc January, 1874. Salary, $2,500.

Le4;!ftlatnre, Senate : Republicans, 42; Democrats, .5.
II. use: Republicans, 86; Democrats. 16. Meets at



Des Moines, biennially (1870, '72, etc.), on the second
Monday of January.

Kansas.

Governor, James M. Harvey (Rep.) Term two
years, explrinc Januurv. 1873. Salary, $2,500.

Legislature, Sen sito: Republicans, 26. House: Re-
publicans, 82; Democrats, 16. Meets at Topeka,
annually, second Tuesday in January.

Kentucky.

Governor, Preston H. Leslie (Dem.) Term four
years, expiring September, 1875. Salary, $6,000.

Legi/>latttre,^en:ile.: Democrats, .30; Republicans, 8.
House: Democrats, 91 ; Republicans, 9. Meets at
Frankfort, annually, on the lirst Monday In Decem-
ber.

Louisiana.

Governor, Henrv C. Warmoth (Rej).) Term ex-
pires January, 1872. Salary, ^•!,(XK).

L€(7Wa/Mrc, Senate : Republicans, 30; Democrats,
6. House: Republicans. 75; Democrats, 26. Meets
at New Orleans, annually, on the first Monday In
January.

Maine.

Governor, Sidney Perham (Rep.) Terra one year,
expiring January, 1872. Salary, $2,500.

irt?<7wZ«<Mrp, Senate: Republicans, 26; Democrats, 3.
House: Republicans, 112; Democrats, 39; vacancies,
2. Meets In Augusta, annually, on the first Wednes-
day In .January.

Maryland. ,

Goiemor, William Pinckney Whyte (Dem.) Term
four years, expires January, 1876. Salary, $4,.500.

Legislature,»eni\ie: Democrats, 24; Republicans,!.
House: Democrats. 70: Republicans, 12. Meets at
Annapolis, biennially (|8fi<j,'71, etc.), on the first Wed-
nesday In January. . ^

Massachusetts.

(7ot'^noi-, William B.Washburn (Rep.1 Term one
year, expiring Jaimarv, 1873. Salary. $5,0fK).

i//?(7t«/a/i«r<'. Senate: Republicans,34; Democrats, 6.
House: Renubllcans, 193; Democrats, 35; Labor, 13.
Meets at Boston, annually, on the first Wednesday In
January.

Michigan.

Governor. Henry P. Baldwin (Rep.) Term two
years, exi)irlng January, 1873. Salary, $1,500.

Lefrwi/fl/iire. Senate : Republicans, 27; Democrats, 5.
House: Republicans, 71; Democrats, 28. Meets at
Lansing, biennially (1871, '7.3. etc.). on the first Wed-
nesday In January.

Minnesota.

Governor, Horace Austin (Rep.) Term two years,
expiring .Tanuarv, 1874. Salary, $3,000.

Leiriflatnre, Senate : Remibllcans, 29; Democrats,
12. House: Republicans, 73; Democrats, .^3. Meets
at St. Paul Tuesday atler first Monday in January.

Mississippi.

Governor, R. C. Powers (Rep.) Term two years,
expirin;: January, 187.3. Salary, $3,000.

LfaMoture. Senate: Republicans. 23; Democrats,
14. House: Republicans, 6.'>; Democrats, .50. Meets
annually, at Jackson, on the first Monday In Janu-
ary.

Missouri.

Governor, B. OJratz Brown (Lib.) Term expires
Januarv, 187.5. Salary, $2..'iOO.

Legiflature, (We classify poUtlcallv according to
the vote on U. S. Senator.) Senate : Democrats, 14;



Evening Journal Almanac, 1872.



77



Republicans, 19. House: Democrats 87: Republi-
cans, 47. MeeU at Jedersou City, biennially (1872,
74, etc.), on the last Monday In December.

Nebraska.

Governor, David Butler (Rep.) Term two years,
exnlrliiK January, 1«73. Salary, $1,000.
LfqUlature, .Senate: Republicans, 10; Democrats,

3. Ilouse: Kt.-publlcans, 31: Democrats, 8. Meets
at Omaha, biennially (1^7^, '73, etc.), ou Thursday
after first, Monday In January.

Nevada.

Governor, L. R. Biadley (Dem.) Term expires
In 1873. Salary, $C,000.
Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 15; Democrats,

4. Assembly: Republicans 21; Democrats, 23;
Independents, 2. MeeUs at \ IrK'inla City, biennially,
the llrst Monday In January (1S71, 73, etc.)



New Hampshire.



Governor, James A. Western (Dem.) Term one
year, expirliiR June. 1872. .Salary, $1,000.

Legislature, Senate: Republicans. 5; Democrats,
7. House: Republicans, 162: Democrats, 164; La-
bor Reform, 16. Meet.s at Concord, annually, on
the first Wednesday In June.

New Jersey.

Goi'enior, Joel Parker (Dem.) Term four years,
expirinR January, 1.S76. Salary, $3,000.

Legislature, ^ci\&\^: Republicans, 12; Democrats,
9. House- Republicans. 36; Democrats, 23. Meets
at Trenton, annually, on the second Tuesday in
January.

New York.

Governor, John T. Hoffman (Dem.) Term ex-
pires January 1, 1,S73. Salary. $4,000.

Leffislature, Senate: Republicans, 24; Democrats,
6; Ref. Dem., 2. House: Republicans, 97; Demo-
crats, 25 ; Rpf. Dem. 6. Meets at Albany, annually,
on the first Tuesday In January.

North Carolina.

Govern'^, William W. HoMen (Rep.) Term ex-
pires January. 1S7.3. Salary, $2,000.

Lf^w/a/ure .Senate : Republicans, 15; Democrats,
3.5. House: Republicans. 41; Democrats. 79. Meets
at RalclRh, biennially (1.^72, 74, etc.), first Tuesday
in November.

Ohio.

Gove-nurr. Rutherford B. Hayes (RepJ Term two
years, expiring January, 1872. Salary, $t,00(l.

Lepiilature. SonaU' : Democrats, IH; Republicans,
]«. House: Democrat.s, 48; Republicans, .58. Meets
at Columbus, biennially (1872, 74, etc.), on the first
Monday In January.

Oregon.

Governor, Lafayette Grover (Dem.) Term four
years. expirinK September 1, 1S74. Salary. $1,500.

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 9; Democrats,
13. House: Republicans, 17; Democrats,. 30. Meets
at Salem, biennially, second Monday In September
(1871, 73, etc.)



Pennsylvania.



Governor, J«hn W. Geary (Rep.) Term expires
January, 1873. Salary, $5,000.

Legislature, S<Miate: Republicans, 17; Democrats,
16. House: Republicans, 61; Democrats. :58; Inde-
pendent, I. Meets at Harrisburg, annually, on the
first Tuesday in January.

Rhode Island.

Governor, Setli Padelford (Rep.) Term one year,
exniring May, 1,S72. Salary, $1,IKJ0.

Legislature, ^(-n».Xff: Republicans, 27; Democrats,
9. House: Rermblicans. 55; Democrats, 17. Meets
alternately at Newport and Providence, semi-annu-
ally, in May and January.

South Carolina.

Governor, Robert K. Scott (Rep.) Term expires
November, 1872. Salary. $3,500.

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 26; Democrats,
5. House: Republicans, Democrats, Meets

annually, at Columbia, on the fourth Monday In
November.

Tennessee.

Governor, John C. Brown (Dem.) Salorv, $3,000.

Legislature, Senate: Republicans. 2; Democrats,
22. House: Republicans, 12; Democrats. 63. Meets
in Nashville, biennially, on the first Monday In Octo-
ber.

Texas.

Governor. Edmund J. Davis (Rep.) Salary, $4,000.

LwiVa^ure, Senate : Republicans, 17; Democrats,
13. House: Republicans. 50; Democrats, 40. Meets
at Austin, biennially, on the first Monday In Novem-
ber.

Vermont.

Governor, John W. Stewart (Rep.) Term expires
October, 187 1. Salary, $1,000.

Legislature. Senate: Republicans, 28; Democrats
2. House: Republicans, 20H; Doniocrat.s 27. M:ets
at Montpelior, annually, on the second Thursday In
October.

Virginia.

Governor, Gilbert C. Walker (C-ons.) Term four
years, expiring January, 1874. Salary, $5,000.

hegitlature. Senate: (5onscrvativt^s, 33; Republi-
cans, 10. House: Conservatives, 99, Republicans,
33. Meets at Richmond, biennially, on the first Mon-
day in December.

West Virginia.

Governor, John J. Jacob (Dem.) Term ^hree
years, expirinR March 4, lrf74. Salary. $2/(00.

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 10; Democrats,
12. House: Republicans. 16: Democrats, 40. Meets
at Cbarlejiton, annually, on the second Tuesday of
January.

Wisconsin.

Governor, Codwallader C. Washburn. (Rep.) Term
two years, expirinpt January, 1874. Salary, $5,000.

Legislature, Senate: Republicans, 23; Democrats,
9; Independent,!. House: Republicans, .58; Dem-
ocrats, aS; Independents, 4. Meets at Madison an-
nually, second Wednesday In January,



TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENTS.
Arizona.



Governor, A. P. R. Safford ; Secretary, James P. L.
Carter. Ofllclal residence, Prescott. Salary of
(jovernor, $2,500 ; Secretary, $2,000.



Colorado.

Governor, Edward C. McCook; Secretary, James
R. Hood Official Residence, Denver citv. Salary
of Governor. £2..5O0; SecreUry, $1,800. Election 1st
Tuesday in Octot>er.



78



Evening Journal Almanac, 1872.



Colorado — Continued.

Leaialature. rouncll : Republicans, 8; Independ-
ent Kepubllcans, 1; Democrats, 4. House: R(!pub-
Ilcans, 15; Independent Republicans, 2; Derao-
cratfl, 9.

Dakota.

Gnvermir, John A. Burbank: Secretary, John
Hutchinson. Official residence, Yancton. Salary
of Governor, *2,500; Secretarj', »l,800.

Idaho.

Governor, Alex. H. Connor; Secretary, Horace C-
Gibson. Official residence, Lewiston. Salary of
Governor, $2,.500; Secretary, $2,000.

Legislature. Council: Democrats,?; Republicans,
3. House : Democrats, 17 ; Republicans, 3.

Montana.

Governor, Benjamin P. Potts. Official residence,
Helena. Salary, $2,500.



New Mexico.

Governor, William A. Pile. Official resldCDce,
Santa Fe. Salary, f3,(»f)0.

Utah.

Governor GeoTKC 0. Woods : Secretary, George A.
Black. Official residence. Great Salt Lake City.
Salary of Governor, $2,.%0; Secretary, $2,000.

"Washington.

GoT<T7K)r, Edwara J. Salomon: Secrrlary, "Elwood
Evans. Official residence, Olvmpia. Salarj- of Gov-
ernor, $3,000 ; Secretary, $2,000.

Wyoming.
Governor, J, A. Campbell. Official residence.

Cheyenne.

Indian Territory.

Governor, Lewis Downing. Official residence,
Talequah.



STATE ELECTIONS, 1871 -NOMINATIONS.



California— September 5.



Offices.


Republicans.


Democrats.


Governor.


Newton Booth


H. H. Halght.
E. J. Lewis.


Lt.-Governor...


Rom. Pacheco....


Sup. Judges., •[


A. C. Niles


S. S. Wright.

J. Temple.

W . B. C. Brown.


A. L. Rhodes


Sec. of State....


Drury Melone....


Comptroller


James J. Green.


R. 0. Dewltt.


Treasurer


Ferd. Baehr


A. F. Coronel.


Attorney-Gen..


John L. Love....


Jo. Hamilton.


Sup. Pub. Ins..


H. W. Bolander.


0. P. Fitzgerald.


Surveyor-Gen..


Robt. Gardner....


John W. Bost.


Cl'k Sup. Court


G. I. Taggart


T. La-speyre.
John T. Barry.


State Printer...


T. A. Springer....
J. A. McGlynn...


HaiborCom....


J. Roscntield.


(


1. S.O.Houghton


L. Archer.


Congress -{


2. A. A. Sargent. .


J. W. Coffroth.


\


3. J.M. Coghlan.


G. Pearce.


October 18.






Judges 1


A. L. Rhodes ....
A. C. Niles


J. Temple.
S. S. Wright.


Sup. Ins


H. N. Bolander..


0. P. Fitzgerald,



April.

Governor

Lt.-Governor...
Sec. of State....

Trea.surer

Comptroller....

Congress ... -



Connecticut.



Mar. Jewell

Morris Tyler

H. Apnlcman

D.P.Nichols

J. W. Manning..

1. J. L. Strong ..

2. S. W. Kellogg.

3. H.H.Starkw'r

4. Q. Coffing



Ja.s. E. English.
J. Hotchkiss.
T. M. Waller.
C. M. Pond.
S. S. Logan.
A. R. Goodrich.
John Kendrick.
J. W. Stedman.
W. H. Bamum.



Georgia.

Governor Bullock resigned October 30, and wa.s
succeeded by Conley, Lieutenant-Governor. The
Legislature ordered an election to be held
December 19, the constitutionality of which was
resisted by the Republicans, who claim that Conlev
holds for the unexpired term of Bullock, or until
January, 1873. The Democratic nominee was James
M. Smith. There being no opposition, the vote
polled was very light.



Illinois^November 7.



Offices.


Republicans.


Democrats.


Cong-at large .


J. G. Beverldge .


S. S. Hayes.



October 10.

Governor

Lt.-Governor.,

Sup. Judge

Supt. Ins



Iowa.

C. C. Carpenter.,

N. C. Bulis

James G. Day..,
A. Abernethy ..,



J. C. Knapp.
M. M. Ham.
J. F. Duncome.
Ed. Munim.



August 7.

Governor

Lt.-Governor...
Attorney-Gen .

Auditor

Treasurer

Supt. Pub. Ins.
Reg. of land....



Kentucky.

John M. Harlln .
Geo. M. Thomas
William Brown .
W. Krip'enstaple

Speed S. Fry

Wm. M. Pratt ...
Jno. K. McClary



P. H. Leslie.
J. G. Cariisle.
John Rodman.
D. H. Smith.
Jas. W. Tate.
H. A. Henderson
J. Alex. Grant.



Maine.

September 11.
Governor j Sidney Perham



C. P. Kimball.



Maryland.

November 7.

Governor I Jacob Tome I Wm. P. White.

Attorney-Gen . Alex. Randall. L. Woolford.
Comptroller ... Lawr. J. Brengle A. K. Syester.



Also the.Leglslature.



November 7.
Governor



Massachusetts.



Lt.-Grovemor..
Attorney-Gen



W. B. Washburn
E.M.Chamb'rliii*
Joseph Tucker...

Allen Dean*

Charies R. Train
H.B.Maglathlin*



John Q. Adams.
R. 0. Pitman.t
S. 0. Lamb.
Eliph't Trask.t
L.SteveHson,Jr.
George S. Ball.t



* Labor Reform.



t Prohibition.



Evening Journal Almanac, 1872,



79



Massachusetts — Continued.



Offices.



Sec. State
Treasurer
Auditor ..



Republicans.



Oliver Warner...
H. T. Delano* ...
Chas. AdauiB, Jr.
Geo. L. Rufflii* .
Chas. Kncilcott...
G. P. Sanderson*



Democrata.



Levi Hevwood.
John I. Baker.t
Phlneas Allen.
EzraS.Conant.t
W. W Warren.
S. T. Fleld.t



Also the Legislature.

Michigan.

Sup.Ct. Judge.l J. V. Campbell...! D. D. Hughes.



November 7.

Governor

Lt.-Govemor...

Treasurer

Sec. of State....
Attorney-Gen..

Judges S. Ct. {



Minnesota.

I Horace Austin ...
William H. Yale.
William Seeger .
S. P. Jennlson ...
F. R. E. Cornell.
S. J. R. McMillan
John M. Berry...



Winth'p Young.
D. L. Buell.
Barn'y Vosburg
Enoch N. Falk.
J. L. Macdonald
Daniel Buck
Wm. Mitchell.



Also the legislature.

Mississippi.

November 7.— For Legislature.

Nebraska.

Oii amendments to the Constitution.

New Hampshire.

Governor I James Pike | J. A.Westem.



R. R. Comm'er



Congress .



D. W. Buckn.in'r
1. Wm. B. Small.
Stevens
Griffin..



r 1. Wm. B

A 2. A. F. Si

i 3. S. G. G



David Gilchrist,
E. A. Hibbard.
Samuel N. Bell.
H. W. Parker.



New Jersey.

November 7.
Governor | Com. Walsh I Joel Parker.

I !



November 7.
Sec. of SUte....

Comptroller....

State Treasur'r

Attomej - Gen.

Eng. <k Survey

Canal Commis

Inspector S. P.



New York.



G. H. Scrihner ...


D. Winers. Jr.


C. C. Leight




N.R.Hopkins...


A. P. Nichols ...


G. Howlandt




Thos. Raines


W. H. Bristol.


S. Brownellt




F. C. Barlow


M. B. Charapl'n


E. Crumpleyt....




W. B. Tavlor


V. R. Richmond


Char!e< J. Millst




Ali-x. Barkley....


Q. W. Chapman


J. B.E<lward9(...




■\\ Kirkpatrlck...


D.B.McNlel....


Wm. Markst