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July 1,1838
July 1,1827
July 1,1842
July l,l.sr>4
Jan. 15, ISfvi
July 1,1839
July 1,1839
July 1,1S43


Ohio.


Lieutenant- General.


Philip St G. Cooke


Vu


John Pope


111.


STajor-Qenerals.

TI.'nry \V. Halleck

(irorge Meatle


Oliver 0. Howard

Alfred H. Terry

Edward 0. C. Ord

E-iward R S Oanby


Me.
Conn.
Md.
Kv


Winii'ld S Hancock


Christopher C Au"ur


N" Y


.John M Schoflcld











Officers of the Navy.



Name and Rank.



Admiral.
David D.Porter

Vice Admiral.
Stephen C. Rowan

Rear-Admirah.

APTIVE LIST.

L. M. Goldsborough

Charles H. Davis

Joseph Lanraan

•Fohn Rodgers...,

John A. Winslcw

Samuel Phillips Lee

Charles S. Boggs

Thorn. .\. Jenkins

■William Roarers Tavlor .

n.^njamin F. Sands

riiaVles Stcedman

James Alden „..

.4 rtire List, Commodores.
.Alfred Taylor



State
from.



Pa...
Ohlc .



Md. ..
Mass. ,
Conn.
Md. ..
M.^ss..

Va

N. J..
Miws. .
U.I...
Ky....
S. C...
Me....



Original entry \
inta the ser-
vice.



Feb. 2,
Feb. 1,



1829
1326



June LS,
August 12,



1812
1823
1825
April- IS, 1828
" 1S27
18A2
1862
1SR2
1862
1862
1S62
1SG2



Name and Rank.



Jan.



Feb.
July
July
July
Jub'
July
July
July



21.



Jan.



1, 1825



Joseph F. Green

Augustus L. Case

Ale.xander M. Pennock .

John L. Worden

Goo. F. Emmons ,..,

Edward MJddleton

GustavusII. Scott

John J. .Mmy ,

James H. Strong;

I! Enoch G. Parrott

I! Wm. Reynolds

Fabius Stanley

'! Wm. 11. Macomb

' Wm . E. Le Roy

f J. K. M. Mullany

!' Roger M. Stembel

' C. R. P. liogers

1; N. Collins

t Re?d Werden

|l S. D. Trcnchard

i M. B. Woolsey

I Alex. Murray

'' Edward Donaldson



State
from.



Original entry
into the scr-



Me....
N. Y..
N. Y..
N. Y..

Vt

Cal....
Ind...
N. Y..
N. Y..
N. H.
Pa....
Cal....
X.J...
N. Y..
N. Y..
Ohio .,
N.J...
Penn.
N. Y..
N. Y..
N. Y..
P.i. ...
Md. ..



Nov,

April

April

Jan.

April

July

August

Feb.

Feb.

Dec.

Nov.

Dec.

April

Jan.

Jan.

March

October

Jan.

Jan.

October

Sept.

August

July



1, 1827
1, 1S2S
1. l6-iS

10, IWt
1, 1828
1, 1S2,S

1, 1828

2, 1838
2, 182S

16, J.S.31

17, 18.31
2(). 1.S31
10,1834

11, 1832
7,18.32

27, ia32
5, 1833

12, lS.3-1
9, lS3-t

23.1,834
24,1832
22, 18.^5
21. 1835



THE ^X.BA:iSrY L^TV JOXJRN^L:

A Weekly Record of the Law and the Lawyers.
ISAAC grant THOMPSON. Managing Editor.

One Copy, one year $5.00. Five Copies, one year - - - . . $20.00.

ADDRESS WEED, PARSONS & CO.. Albany, N. Y.



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Evening Journal Almanac, 1872.



THE JUDICIARY.
Supreme Court of the United States.

Appointed. Ages. Salary.

1.S62 .. Salmon P. Chase, Ohio, Chief Juntire M •$6,.VV)

1845... .Samuel Nf.lso.n, Cooperstown, N. Y., j4Mocia/e Ji«<»ce 78 6,(HI0

lK.58... Nathan Clifford, Portland, Maine, do 67 6,f)t)o

l,<fi2... Noah H. Sway.ne, Columbus, Ohio, do 61 fi.fW

1862... David Davis, Bloomington, Illinois, do 56 6,(hm)

1862... Samuel K. Miller, Keokuk, Iowa, do 55 6,(tfN)

186;',... Stephen J. Field, California, do 54 6,000

1870... .Joseph P. Bradley, New Jersey, do 58 fi,(X)0

1870... William Strong, Pennsylvania, do 62 6,()0«

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

December.
D. Wesley Middij:ton, of Washington, GerJc.
John W. Wallace, of Pennsylvania, Reporter.
RicuABD C. Parsons, of Ohio, Marshal.

Court of Claims.

C. D. Drake, Missouri, Chkf Justice.

Edward G. Lorinr. Massachusetts,

Ebenezer Peck, Illinois. . ,4.„.£-/^ r,,,/.>p.

Charles C. Nott, New York, f ^*«ocki/e Justices.

S.VMUEL MiLLiGAN, Tennessee, J

Samuel H. Huntington, Connecticut, Clerk.



Circuit Judges of the United States.

First CVrcuiY— (Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island) — George F. Shepley, oI Port-
land, Maine.

S>M;ond Oircwi/— (Connecticut, Vermont and New York) — Lewis B.Woodruff, of New York city.

Third CVraii/— (Pennsylvania, Now Jersey and Delaware) — William McKennan. of Pennsylvania.

Fourth CirctiU—CSoTth Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Virginia) — Hugh L. Bond, of Maryland.

Fifth OirrtJt/ — (Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Texas) — William B. Woods, of
Alabama.

8i.rlh Circuit — {Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia) — Halmab H. Emmons, of
Detroit, Michigan.

Seventh CtrcMi/- (Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin) — Thomas Drummond, of Chicago, llllnoU.

Jvj'flr/i/// 0»rcm7 — (Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas and Nebraska) — John F. Dillon, of
Dubuque, Iowa.

Ninth CircjM^ — (California, Oregon and Nevada) — Lorenzo Sawyer, of San Francisco, California.

District Courts.



states.



Alabama, N. D. ..

M.D. ..

S. D. ..
Arkansas, W. D...

E. D...

California

Connecticut

Delaware

Florida, N. D

S. D

Georgia

Illinois, N. D

8. D

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Ma.isachusetts ...
Michigan, E. D..

W.D..

Minnesota.

Mississippi, N. D,

S. D

Missouri, E. D...

W. D...

Nebraska

Nevada

New IIamp?hlre

New Jersev

New York. N. D..



Judges.



Richard Busteed

Richard Busteed

Richard Busteed

William Story

Henry C. Caldwell

Osden Hoffman

Wm. D. Shlpman

Edward G. Bradford

Philip Frazer

Vacant

John Ersklne

Henry W. Blodgett

Samuel H. Treat

Walter 0. Grcsham

James M. Love

Mark W. Delahay ,

Bland Ballard

Edward H. Durell

Edward Fox

Wm.F. Giles

John Lowell

John W. Longyear

S. L. Wlthey

R.R.Nelson

Robert A. Hill

Robert A. Hill

Samuel Treat .„...,...

.\rnoM Kreki-1 ,.,

Elmer S. Dmnlv ..,.[.

Edgar W. Hillyer

Daniel Clarke

John T.Nixon

Nathan K. JjLall ,....



Attorneys.



.John A. Minnlss

John A. Minuiss

John P. South worth

James H. Huckleberry...

S. R. Harrington

L. D. Latimer

Calvin G. Child

Anthony Hl^gins

Horatio Blflbee, Jr

Claiborne R. Moblcy......

John D. Pope

Joseph O. Glover

Bluford Wilson

Thomas M. Browne ,

Wm. F. Sapp ,

Albert H. Ilorton

G. 0. Wharton

J. B. Beckwith i Stephen B. Packard

Nathan Webb I Seb.astlan S. Marble



Zachariah E. Thoma.<«.
R. W. Healey.
R. W. Healey
Logan H. Hoots.
Isa;ic C. Mills.
Wm. W. Morrow.
Peter R. Carll.
John M. Dunn.
S. Conant.
Geo. D. Allen.
Wm. H. Smyth.
BonJ. H. Campbell.
Edward R. Roe.
B'^nJ. J. Spooner.
Peter Melendy.
D. W. Houston.
Ell H. Murray.



Archlb.ildStiriing, Jr

David H. Miison

Aaron B. Maynard

John H. Standish

Cushman K. Davis

G. Wiley Wells

E. Philip Jacobson

Chester II. Kmm

James S. Botsford

James Neville

Jonas S<^elv ; ,

H'-nrvP. Rolfe

A. Q. Keasby

Richard Crowley



Ed. Y. Goldsborough.
Roland G. Usher.
Jo.seph B. Bennett,
James Heno'.
Augustus Armstrong.
J. H. Pierce.
Michael Shaughnessy.
C. A. Newcomb.
George Smith.
Joseph T. Hoyle.
Geo. I. Lamnion.
J. N. Patterson.
Samuel Plummer.
Isaac F. Quinby.



i ...


Evening Journal Aljianac, 1872. 27








District Courts -Continued.


states.


Judges.


Attorneys.


1
Marshals.


NewYork.S 1)


Samuel Blatchford


Noah Davis


George H. Sharpe.

H Tt Vlarlnw


E D


Charles L. Benedict


Benj. F. Tracy

Darius H Starbuck


North Carolina


George W. Brooks


Samuel T. Carrow.
W. R. Thrall.
Russell Hastings.
Thomas G. Young.
JameH M. Kearns.
Alex'r Murdock.
James H. Coggshall.
Lewis E. Johnson.
8. P. Evans.
William Spence.
L. B. Eaton.
William E. Parker.
Thomas F. Purncll.
George P. Foster.
David P. Parker.
A. S. Gray.
Hedgeman Slack.
Charles S. Hamilton.
F. W. Oakley.

J. Q. Dlckason.
M. A. Shaffenburgh.
L. H. Litchfield.
Joseph Pinkham.
Wm. F. Wheeler.
John Pratt.
M. T. Patrick.
Edward S. Kearney.
Church Howe.
Alexander Sharpe.


Ohio. S. P


Philip B. Swing


Warner M. Bateman

George Wllley


N. D


Charles T. Sherman


Oregon


Matthew P. Deadv


John C Cartwright


Pennsylvania, E. D

W. D

Rhode Island


John Cadwalliider


Aubrev H Smith


Wilson McCandless


Henry" B. Swoope

John A Gardner


John P. Knowles


South Carolina


George S Brvan


D. T Corbln


Tennessee. E. D

• Ai D


Conally F, Trigg




Conally F Trigg


R McPliail Sniitli


W D


Conally V. Trigg


H E Hudson


Texas, E. D


Wlllam H. Goddard

T H. Duval


D. J. Baldwin


W. D


C T Garland


Vermont


D A. Smalley


BenJ F Fi field


Virginia, E. I)


John C. Underwood

Ale.\. Rives


Henry H. Wells!!!.".;.*;!.".*."


W.I)




Wost Virginia.




Nathan Gotl'. Jr


Wisconsin, E. P


Andrew G. Miller


Levi Hubbell


W.I)


James C. Hopkins


Chas. M. Webb


TERRIT0RIK8.


John Titus


C. W. C. Rowell .


Colorailo....- „.„.. „.„...

Dakota I


Moses Hallett

George W. French .........


Louis C. Rockwell ..


Warren Cowlcs




David Naggle






D. S. Wade




New Mexico

UUh


Joseph G. Palin

James B. McKean

Owen Jacobs


S. M. Ashlnfelter !....!!.




Washington


Leander Holmes


Wyoming

Dist. of Columbia


Joseph W. Fisher

David K. Cartter




George P. Fisher








Abram B. Olin


Andrew Wylle


Arthur "McArthur




Circuit Court of the United States for the Second Circuit.

jMrfir«— Samuel Nklson, Lewis B. Woodruff, Nathan K. Hall.

Terms — -Vejo York: Northern District. Albany, 2ci Tuesday In October; Canandaigua, 3d Tuesday In
June; also adjourned term for civil business onlj-, at Albany, 3d Tuesday In January, and at Utica, 3d
Tuesday In March. Charles Mason, Clerk, N. D. : office, Utica.

Sew York: Southern District, New York, last Monday in Febniarv, 1st Mondav in April, and 3d Mon-

1 Nen- York: Eastern District, Brookbii, 1st Wednesday in each month. Samuel T Jones. Clerk, E. D. ;

• office. Brooklyn. Commiwioii«r»: D. C. Winslow, Samuel T. Jones.

I Vermont: Burlington. 4th Tuesday In February ; Windsor, 4th Tuesday in July; Rutland, 3d Tuestlay

j In October.

1 Covimmioners : New York, Northern District, W. Frothlngham, Amasa J. Parker, Jr., T. S. Van Hoven-

1 burgh, C. W. Reynolds, E. S, WlUett, J. Hampden Wood, Albany; Henrv S. Dodd, Arcvle: Charles L.
Adams, Auburn ; Dennis Bowen, George Gorham, Asher P. Nichols, 0. H. Marshall, M. P. Fillmore;
George J. Slcard, James 0. Putnam, J. Sheldon, Buflalo; H. U. Soper, Batavia; Charles S. Hall,
Blnghamton: Augustus F. Barnes, Bath; Thos. M. Howell, Canandalgtia; Abraham Hess. Cana-

] Ipharle; M. E. Barlow, Canastota; James Averlll, Champlain; Daniel T. Arbuckle, Delhi: James L.

1 Woods, Elmira; R. W. Livingston, Ellzabethtown: Jacob Wendell, Fort Plain; George D. Dusinbcm*.
Geneva; Abner Ilazeltine, Jamestown; J. M. Dudley, Johnstown; David R. Bacon. LeRoy; John L.
Buck, John T. Murray, Lockport; Wm. D. Brennan, Malone; Lucius P. Clark, Morrisvilie; Henry
Ch^:ker, Nunda; Wm. N. Mason. Norwich, Chenango Co.; Charles H. Piper, Niagara Falls; Charles E.

1 Parker. Owego; Alfred B. Getty. Oswego; E. M. Holbrook. Louis Hasbrouck, .Tr., Ogdensbnrgh; Charles

' 0. Tapnan. Pot^lam ; George M. Beckwlth, Plattsburgh; W. C. Storrs, W. W. Gilbert, Rocliester; B.
Davis No.von, Jr.. Wm. C. Ruger, A. J. Northrup, S>Tacuse: Joslah T. Miller. Seneca Falls: John A.
C^irey, Saratoga Springs; Samuel T. Benedict, Schenectady; Bliles Beach, John T. Lamport, N. B. Sylves-
ter, Troy; J. C. Greene, A.»A. Boyce, Utica; Chas. Mason, C. M. Dennlson, Laban H. Ainsworth, Water-
town.

1 District Court of the United States.

I New Yorlc: Northern District. Nathan K. Hall. Judge, Butfalo.salarv, $3,500; Richard Crowlev, Attor-

1 nev, Lockport ; A. W. Bra7>oe, J. E. Pound and J. A. Murray, Assistant District .Vtlomcvs, Lockport ; M. P.

Fillmore, Clerk, Buffalo; Isaac F. Qulnbv, Marshal. Rochester. Deputi/ Marshah: Arch. Young. Jas. H.

1 Kcllv, Albany; Winslow M. Thomas, Auburn; Levi H. Williams, BenJ. Tolcs, Buffalo; Reuben S. Lusk,


Batavia; Geo. W. Breck, Bath; Robert Brown. Blnghamton; Peter F. Daw. Cohoes; .Toab StatTord. 1
Canajoharie: William Hlldreth, Cunandalgua: James C. Pomerov, Cortland; David A. Kimball, Canas-
tota; Wm. E. Straight, J. F. Atwill, Elmira; Henry A. Wood, Fonda; E. A. Olcndorf, Fly Creek; Daniel





Evening Journal Almanac^ 1872,



G. Tucker. Lockport: Sumner L. Ilazon, Malone; Stephen Held Oswego; W'm. H. Corey, Owego;
Kphraini \V Benedict, Hichard R. Newton, Ogdcnsburnrh; Warren I)ow^ Plattiburph; Kllsha J. Kerney.
Rochester- Nelson Randall, RipK-y; D. M. OUls. Peter \Vav, Syracuse; Norman S. May, SarutOKtt Sprlnss:
Collins B. PouWeclav, Sandv Hill; Martin Russell, Chas. R. Squire, Troy; Thos. HiRglson, Ttlca; Foster
M. Ferrin, AVatertown; Thos. K. Aldrlch, KUicottville; Almond R. Bryant. Sherburne; John W. Brown,
Cloversville; John S. Chase, Attlcii; Ira Carpenter, Glens Falls; James C. Case, Addison; Galusha P.
Karnes, ConsUbleville; Dennis P, Nye, Whitehall; Stephen D. RUe, Fort Plain; Aaron R. Sttven^
Schenectady. RtgiMers in Bankruptcy: Alonzo B. Voorhees, Albany, llth dlst.; Harvey J. King, Troy, 10;
Samuel Ames, Kcesvllle, IC; Benl. G. Baldwin. Potsdam Junction, 1": Wm. A. Sackett, Saratoga Springs,
18; Edwin Countrvman, Cooperstown, 19: Mills A. Hackley, Belleville, 20; W. H. Comt>tock, I'tfca. 21;
Andrew Z. McCartV. Pulaski. 22; Daniel F. Gott. Syracuse. 2.3; Sterling G. Hadley, Waterloo. 24; Morris
Brown, Penn Yan, 25: Hull Fanton, Havana, 2i'.; Harlow Hakes, Hornellsvlile, 27; Joseph D. Husbands,
Rochester. 28; Geo, W. Bo wen, Lockport, 2<i; Jos. L. Fairchlld, BufTalo, 30; Commodore P. Yedder, Elll-
cottvlIle,31. ■ . „

Terms— Albanv, 3d Tuesday In Januarv; Utlca, 3d Tuesday In March; Rochester, 2d Tuesday In May;
Buffalo. 3d Tuesday In August; Auburn, 3d Tues(kiy In November. A specuil term by appointment at
Oswego. Plattsburgh, or Watertown, and a special session In Admiralty at the city of Buffalo, on Tuesday
of each week. » ^. ^

Neu- York: Southern District, Samitel Blatcmfoud, Judge, New York, salary, $4,f»00; Inoah Davis,
Attorney, New York; George H. Sharpe, Marshal, >.ew York; George F. Betts, Clerk.

TKaMS — New Y'ork, 1st Tuesday iu each month.

\eu' York: Eastern District, Charlks L. Benedict, Judge, Brooklyn, salary, $4,000; B. F. Tracy,
Attorney, Brooklyn; S. R. Harlow, Marshal, Brooklyn; Samuel T. Jonea, Clerk, Brooklyn.

Terms — Brooklyn, 1st Wednesday in each month.



REDUCTION OF THE NATIONAL DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES.



Debt of the

United States

less cash In the

treasury.



1869.
March 1...
April 1...
May 1...
June 1...
July 1...
August 1...
Sept. 1...
Oct. 1...
Nov. 1..,
Dec. 1 .

1870.

Jan. 1..

Feb. )..

M.arch 1..

April 1..

May 1..

June 1..

July 1..
August 1..

Sept. 1..

Oct. ]..

5ov. 1..

Dec. 1..



1S71.

J.in. 1...

Feb. 1...

March 1...

I April 1...

May 1...

, June 1...

! July 1...
i August 1...

Sept. 1...

Oct. 1...

Nov. 1...

Dec. 1...



52,.^2.'),463,
2,.'>2-),19f>,
2.:>18,7y7,
2,505,412,
2,489,002
2,4>Sl,.'5r.6,
2,475,962,
2,4fi8,495,
2,401,131,
2,458,559,



.260 01
,461 74
,391 09
,613 12
4.S0 58
,736 29
,501 ho
,072 11
,189 36
,735 23



2,448,746,953 31
2,44-1,813,288 92
2,4.^S,.32'<,477 17
2,432.562.127 74
2,420,.>^64.334 35
2,406.562,371 78
2,386,358,.')99 74
2,369,324,476 00
2,3.V),921,1.W 41
2,-346,913,652 2S
2,34 1,784 ,.355 55
2,334,308,494 65



Decrease of

debt during

the preceding

mouth.



2,332,067,
2,328,026,
2,320,708,
2.309,697,
2,-303,573,
2,299,134.
2,292,030.
2.283..328i
2,274,122,
2,260.663,
2.251.71.3,
2,248,251,



79X 75
807 00
846 92
596 27
543 14
184 81
,834 90
,857 98
,560 .38
,9.39 87
,44<< 03
,367 85



$266,798 27
6,399,070 65
1.3.384,777 97
16,410,132 54
7,435,714 29
5,604,231 79
7,467,429 39
7,363,882 75
7,571,454 13



4,812,7,S1 92
3,933,6M .39
6,4<J,,$11 75
5,762,349 43
11.697,793 .39
14, .301. 962 57
20,203,772 W
17,a34,123 74
1.3,403,325 .W
9,(K)7,498 13
6,129,296 73
7,475,860 90



2,240,700 90
4,040.986 75
7,317,960 08

11,011,250 65
6,124,0.53 18
4,4.39,3;58 Xi
7, 103. .349 91
8,701,976 92
9,2ft6,297 60

1.3,458,620 61
8,950,491 84
3,462,080 IS



Total decrease
slnde March 1,
1869, to date.



$6,065,868 92
20,050,646 89
36,460,779 43

43.896.523 72
49,5(Kt,7.5S .51
56,968, 1K7 90
64,a32,070 65

71.903.524 78



76,716,
80.649,
87,134,
92,901.
104,. 598,
11 8s 900,
139,104,
1.56,138.
169, .^42.
178. M;'.
183,67.S
191,l.;i



.306 70
971 09
782 84
132 27
925 06
8fiR 23
66(» 27
784 01
\W 60
(Vi7 73
,WI4 46
,765 36



1 93, .395,
197,4.36.
204,7.54.
21.5, 7'V),
221,885»,
226, .329,
2.^3, 432,
212,134,
2.51,340,
264,799,
273,749,
277,211,



466 26
4:.3 01
413 09
663 74
716 ^7
075 20
425 n
402 03
699 63
320 14
811 98
892 16



Monthly in-
terest charge.



Decrease In
monthly
interest
charge.



$10, .532, 462 50
10, .526, 238 00
10,522,835 75
10, .W, 090 25
10,476,840 25
10,3S3,.56-< 75
10, 3.3.3, .51 8 75
10,252,933 75
10,194,903 75
10,130,625 76



10.061,506 25
10.022,498 00
10,007,312 75
9,982,3.50 00
9,9.50,759 .50
9,926,762 75
9,ia6,812 75
9,8.54,6.33 OO
9,814,590 (X)
9,768,940 OO
9,718,436 68
9,eS6,164 42



9.644,043 63
9,610,386 13
9,571,007 41
9,527,212 67
9,4.59,9.59 17
9,408,-362 33
9,329,110 87
9,302,3^15 50
9,286,615 46
9,248,001 83
9,l6.<i.463 42
9,137,342 83



$6,224 .50
9,626 75
2.5, .372 25
65,622 25
148,.<593 75
19,s.943 75
279,528 75
337,658 76
401,836 76



470,956 25
509,964 60
525, 149 75
5.50,112 50
.575,703 00
605,699 75
646,649 76
677,829 .50
717,872 50
76.3,522 50
614,035 92
846, 29d OS



888,418 87
922,076 .37
961,465 m
1,005,249 AS
1,072,503 .^3
1,121,100 17
1,203,351 63
1,230,117 00
1,24.=>,S47 04
1,284,460 67
l,364,00t) 0"<
1,395,119 67



Decre.ise

in annual

interest

charge.



$74,694 00

115,521 00

.304,467 00

667,467 00 ,

1.78fi,72.5 00 I

2,3S7,32:. 00

.3,3,54,345 00

4,050,705 00

4,822,041 00



5,651,
6,119,
6,301,
6,601,
6,90,S
7, 268,
T,747,
8. 1.33,
8,614,
9, 162,
9.768,
10.155,



475 00
574 00
7V»7 00 1
.^50 00
436 00 '
.397 00 I
797 00 •
9.54 00 •
470 00
270 00
311 04
676 96



10,661,

11,06J,

' 11.. 5.37,

I 12,062,

I 12,87(1.

13,489,

14,440,

I 14,761,

I 14,9:50,

I 15,413,

16,.36.H,



026 44
916 44

461 08
W7 96
0.39 96
202 04
219 M
404 00 I
liVl 43 [



52» 04

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Evening Journal Almanac, 1872,



29



NINTH CENSUS.



Alabama.



CouNTiKa.



Aut.'UigA

Brtker

Baldwin

Barbour

Bontoa

Bibb

Blouut

Bullock ^

Butler

Calhoun

Cataco

Chambers

Cherokee

Choctaw

Clarko

Clay

Cleburae

Coirec

Colbert .......^,

Conecuh

Coosa

Covington ....

Crenshaw

Dale

Dalhw

De Kalb

Elmore

Escambia

Etowah

Favette

Franklin

Geneva

Greene

Hale

Hancock

Henry

Jackson

Jetl'orson

Lau'Jerdale....

Lawrence

Lee

Limestone ....

Lowndes

Ulacon

Ma.iison

Marengo

Marion

Marshall

Mobile

Monroe

Montgomery .

Morgan

Perry

Pickens

Pike

Randolph

Russell

Sanford

Shelby

Si Clair

Sumter

Talladega

Tallapoosa ....
Tuscaloosa....

Walker

Washington .

Wilcox

Winston

Total



Agg.



Free
col.



11623 7292

6194 1137

6004 2S4.'5

29309 171R5



7469
994.')
24474
149S1
13960

17.^2
11132
12676
14663
9560
8017
6171
13.'i37
9574
11945
4S6S
11156
11325
40705
7126
14477
4041
10109
71.36
dQ06
2959
1S399
21792

um

19410
12.345
l.V)91
16658
21750
15017
2.'>710
17727
31267
20151

6a59

9371
49311
14214
4.37a»
\2\^-,
24975
17690
17423
12006
216.36

8,S93
12218

9360
24109
IS064
16963
20081

6543

3912
2S377

41.55



2408
682
17251
6391
3S92



6872
7565

737

576
1020
4639
4901
3394

599

2206

1797

32152

470
67.30

951
1708
1077
1313

227
14.541
16990



4657
3060
2506
5170
6562

11597
72.53

20633

12620

15740

200.58
224
1367

21107
7572

31285
3.^5S

17S.33
96.38
4625
1641

15690
1.563
.3378
2065

18907
9595
4190
8294
3ns
1787

21610
21



996992! 475.510



For-
eign.



156



50
244

m

6
li
5199
34
924
10»
93
35



11

13A
7

97
101

16
321

>

12
86
3

9%2|



Arizona.



CouaiTiEs.


Agg.


Free
col.


For-
eign.


Mohave


179
5716
2142
1621


4

12

8
2


57


Pima


3816


Yavapai

Yuma


934
1002






Total


9658


26


5809







Arkansas.



Arkansas

ABhley

Benton

Boone

Bradley

Calhoun

Carroll

Chicot

Clarko

Columbia

Conway

Craighead

Crawford

Crittenden ....

Cross

Dallas..-

Desha

Drew

Franklin

Fulton

Grant

Greene

Hempstead ...
Hot Springs...
Independence

Izard

Jackson

Jefferson

Johnson

Lafayette

Lawrence

Little River...

Madison

Marion

Miller....,

Mississippi....

Monroe

Montgomery .

Newton

Ouachita

Perry

Phillips

Pike

Poinsett.

Polk

Pope

Prairie

Pulaski

Randolph

Saline

Scott

Searcy

Sebastian

Sevier

Shnrpe

St. Francis. ...

Union

Van Buren . ...
Washington .
White



.^042
1.3.8.31
70.32
8646
3863
5780
7211
11953
11397
S112
4577
89.57
3.S31
3915
5707
6125
9960
9627
4843
.3943
7.573
13768
5877
14560
6.S06
7268
1.57.33
91.52
91.39
5981
»236
8231
3979

'.36.33
8.336
2*t.84
4374

12975
2685

15372
3788
1720
.^376
8.386
5tV)4

32066
7466
.3911
7483
5614

12940
4492
5400
0714

10.571
5107

17266

10317



4212
37(V4
182
74
2.529
1100
37
5393
3492
3718
6.30
253
988
2575
1289
17.51
3934
3854
651
8.5
.^39
156
6.329
650
9f)8
182
1012
10167
613
5158
246
1878

ir,o
19

'"971

3200

120

9

54.58

290

10501

421

225

45

576

1811

13708

357

188

121

30

1.354

968

114

2446

4S96

119

674

1200



22

287
5

7
4

56
67
1696
22
12
18

4
M\
10
13
■loftj;
43 1

3 :
91 j
.35 j|



Arkansas — Continued.



C0t7»TIE8.


Agg.


Free
col.


For-
eign.


Woodrufl-

Yell


6891
8048


2686
767


.53
17






Total


4S4471


122169


5026







California.



Alameda


24237


SI


985.-.


Alpine


685


1


200




9582
11403


72

84


41.13


Butte


3975


Calaveras


8895


31


4218


Colusa


6165


81


1077


Contra Costa .


8461


21


2670


Del Norte


2f)22


12


442


El Dorado


10309


132


4022




iS


15


1.362


Humboldt . ...


• 1494


Inyo


II


8
4
2


792




768


Klamath.


893




2969


2


486




1.327
15309




149


Los Angeles...


134


4325


Marin


6903
4572


22

90


3142


Mariposa


2380


Mendocino....


75-15


9


1.398


Merced


2807
4.30
9876


36


611


Mono


12.5


Monterey


16


2206


Napa


7163


109


1769


Navada


191.34
113.)7


105

:<)5


8655


Placer


5190


Plumas


4489
26,8.30


2
475


2075


Sacramento ...


10602


San Bernard'o


39,^


6


660


San. Diego


4951


15


1203


San Francisco


149473


ia30


73719


San Joaquin .


210.50


223


6236


S. Luis Obispo


4772


9


939


San Mateo ....


66.35


10


3133


Santa Barba'a


7784


38


1246


Santa Clara ...


26246


173


9005


Santa Cruz....


8743


53


Ids."*


Shasta...


4173
5619
6S48


44

2^
29


1Z36


Sierra


2-'A3


Siskiyou


2527




16.871
ia-<19


78
77
4


560S




4163


Stanislaus


6499


1.152


Sutter


5030

3iS7


31

73


1031


Tehama ,


7?3


Trinity


3213


23


1S16


Tulare


4533
81.50


39
67


.5.56


Tuolumne


.396.S


Yolo


9899


69


2121


Yuba


10851


152


4707






Total


560247


.=,.


209831







Colorado.

Arapahoe i 68291

Bent I 592!

Boulder ,i 19391

Clear Creek ... 1596

Conelos.... ' 2.504.

Costilla ■ 1779

I .



2>ri 1700



110

213
976

15



:jo



Evening Journal Almanac, 18K2.



Colorado — Continued.



Counties.


Agg.


Free
col.


For-
elfc'n.










l.W
967

10f>4

5490
510

2250

2390
522
8.38

4276
447

22fi.5
304
258

163f.


2

1

1
60
31

2
20

1


300


Kl Pa.so


93


Fremont

Gilpin


247
1751


Greenwood....

Huerfano

Jeflerson

Lalce


177
42

405
109




116


Las Anlma.s...

Park

Pueblo


1.-5

1
27


125
115

209


Sapuache


2.3


5


90


Weld


320








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