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LOUISIANA— Continued.

In 1868, the State canvassers threw out the votes of twelve parishes on the alleged ground of informality ; these parishes voted ait follows; Seymour, 33,350; Grant, 3405. The whole vote of the St * therefore was, Seymour, 75,539; Grant, 33,316; Sc>* roour's minority, 42,226. Total vote of the State, 108,855.

Present State Goveenmxnt.—Governor, Henry C. Warmouth ; Lieutenant-Governor, Oscar J. Dunn, (negro ;) Secretary of State, George É. Bovee ; State Auditor, James Graham; State Treasurer, Antoine Dubuclet.

State Legislature.

Senate. Ноше. Joint Ballot.

Republicans 30 75 105

Democrats 6 29 35

Republican majority 24 46 70

There are 7 negroes in the Senate and 42 in the House—all Republicans.

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* The total vote of New-Orleans, which constitutes the parish of Orleans, was as follows: Dubuclet, Rep., 18,149; Blair, Dem., 12,266. Dubuclet's majority, 5883.

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CONGRESS, 1870.
Di*tricti.
I.

James Bufflngton, Rep 8284

Robert C. Pitman, Temp 2667

William W. Comstock, Dem 1704

Buffington's majority, 3913.

II.

Oakes Ames, Rep 9367

Edward Avery, Dem 6013

Ames's majority, 3354,

in.

Ginery Twichell, Rep 6233

William Gaston, Dem 5640

Henry D. Cusbine, Labor Ref. 226

Twlchell's majority, 367.

rv.

Samuel Hooper, Rep 8025

Leopold Morse, Dem.... 5605

John T. Sargent, Labor Ref. 688

Hooper's majority, 1733.

V.

2126

10174

5963

Total...... 48536 79549 21946'

Majority *qb67

Total Vote iygji

1815.

2186 :i30i

2702J 5125

50735

74K>°

1772 1425

13567

., pkses.t State Qoverkment.—Governor, William Claflln; Lieutenant-Governor, Joseph Tucker;

* Claflln over both opposing candidates.

Benjamin P. Butler, Rep 8333

William C. EndicoU, Dem 4297

Jonathan H. Orne. Temp 1070

Butler's majority, 2960.

* Claflln over Adams.

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Alcona.... Allegan... Alpena.... Antrim....

Barry

Bay..

Benzie....
Berrien....
Branch...
Calhoun..

Cass

Charlevoix Cheboyg'n Chippewa. Clinton....

Delta

Eaton

Emmet..., s- .. Grand Tra. Gratiot.... Hillsdale.. Houghton. Huron.... Ingham...

Ionia

Iosco

Isabella... Jackson.... Kalamaz'o

Kent.

Kewe'naw Lapeer.... Leelanaw. Lenawee.,

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MICHIGAN— Continued.

Macomb. Manietee. Manitou.. Marquette Mason.... Mecosta..., Men'mln'u Midland.. Monroe... Montcalm. Muskegon Newaygo . Oakland... Oceana. Ontonagon Osceola... Ottawa.... Saginaw.. Sanilac.... Shiawass'el St. Clair... St. Joseph Tuscola... Van Buren WashtVw Wayne ... Wexford..

Total

Majority..
Total vote.

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Present State Govbewment.—Governor, Henry P. Baldwin; Lieutenant-Governor, Morgan Bates ; Secretary of State, Daniel Striker; Treasurer, Victory P. Collier; Commissioner of the State Land Office, Charles A. Edmonds; Auditor-General, William Humphrey; Attorney-General, Dwight May; Superintendent of Public Instruction, Orame 1 Hosford.

State Legislature.

Senate. House. Joint Ballot.

Republicans ..27 72 99

Democrats 5 28 33

Republican majority. 22 44 66

Amendments то тнв Constitution.—The following was the vote in 1870, on the several constitutional amendments submitted to the people of the State for ratification:

Yet, No.

As to striking out the word11 white ".54,105 50,598 Increasing salaries of látate officers

and Circuit Judges. 361109 68,912

Allowing $2000 to be borrowed or

raised oy tax for repairs of public

buildings, bridges, or highways, by

Board of Supervisors 39,180 61,904

Authorizing Legislature to regulate

passenger and freight railroad

charges 78,602 51,397

Prohibiting the consolidation of competing railroad lines 76,912 51,194

Validating railroad bonds heretofore

issued under certain conditions... .50,078 78,543

* Including 2710 votes for Fish, Temperance.

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