Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 7, 1860, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 7, 1860 Page 1
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THE NEW 4 WHOLE NO. 8826. MORNING Y O R K H K Tt A. I , I PKICK i v\o ry s THE RESULT. Ell OF TDOUT I1TI0I11 COIIEST ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OP 1LU801B, SLECTK D PRESIDENT, AND HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE, VICE PRESIDENT, OF THE UNITED STATES. 9rerwhe?mtng majorities in the Inte- 1 rior for the Republican*. Anil- Re publican Majority In the Xfcxt Congress. The Political Aspect of the State ' Legislatures. HOW WILL THEY MEET THE CRISIS ? UPWTtlir FROM SOUTH CiKOLDh, 8CENES IN THE METROPOLIS, &s? *e.. *o. The election is over. Tbe Metropolis of tho Orion did well. She gave nearly thirty thou sand majority for tbe Union, hat the retarns from the iatcrior of the State came in eo largely in favor of the repnlloans that the result is to* ?BR1HA.M LINCOLN, of Illinois la elected President, and U ivmbal Hamlin, of Maine, Vice President, of tho United States. Oar re turns Indicate, however, that the next Congress will be in opposition to the republicans. Our tables and flgnrws this morning are of tho highest importance to the politician, statesman, merchant and mechanic. We give the political clomiflcut'on not only of the new UoDgrebs, but also of tbe position of parties In *h* Legislatures of the several States. This table ie important now In the new aspoct the election of Uncolu gives to tbe oondition of the country. THE ELECTORAL VOTE. ACCOPPINC, TO THE LATEST UTUKIS AND FUEdGNT APPEARANCES. Bril and D?tfLu 4 Srrek'itt Lincoln 4 Ki" #* ?! Bner?U " ' " """ I? California . . . ? I? Connecticut . . ? ? ? t 3 ? Illinoi s ? ? ? 11 4 ? ku<Ii?D? ? ? ? 13 6 ? Iow a ? ? ? 4 H Ma He ? ? ? 8 7- Mam?< hu-?tUi ? ? ? 13 *- Michigan. ... ? ? ? 4 9? Miunr-.u., . . . ? ? ? 4 10? N. Ha(iip?'ure ? ? A 11? NemJamey ..7 ? ? ? 12? New lark. ... ? ? ? 36 13? Ohi o ? ? ? ? 14? OrvRO * ? 3 ? 16? IVniK-ylvanu. ? ? ? 17 li ? HkoJt UUml. ? ? ? 4 17? Vencw t ? ? ? ? 18? Wi* imiiii.... ? ? ? 4 Total. I 7 ~"Z H Lincoln ovor ?U m free butea l*TlmbAJua ? ? 9 ? J? Aikaiiaaa ... ? ? A ? 3? Delaware... 5 ? ? ? 4 ? Florid a ? ? 3 ? 4? Oonria ? II - C? Keiito< ky . . . . 13 ? _ _ 7? Lonimana.. .. ? ? 4 ? &? Ma.ylan?l ... 8 ? ? ? 9- MntMtMippi.. .. ? ? 7 ? 1?- Mi**? in ? 9 ? ? 11? N. Camfoa ? . ? ? M ? 13- 8. Carolina .? ? ? ? 13? Tenne."??ee ... 13 ? ? ? 14 Texan - - 4 ? u- VJrflPiA. ... is ? ? ? Total 40 t 41 RECAPITULATION. Drecktaridge oter Bell Id Soathern RUtet 11 ?t.t? Inrirt^e over Donjflae io Boathern States... 61 UdcoId o??r Hell to the Union 113 Ijnrola over l*?ugi?a in Ui? Union L63 Ijacola over Breckinridge lo the Union 10H I in coin aver all is Ute Union SO THJ? RESULT. Total electoral vote 303 Of which Lutoolo receives 1?'< All Atben I'll Ce.e?aary to a choice ; I3f Luwoln ? actual luajority , X THE NEXT CONGRESS. l'a? rint Hculnn of tlio lew or Thlrty MVtaih ('<??)(??? ( nmwflHl O*. >Mb<i J, t.iuiaa* ? UatM trmm lanb 0. IMI. TSXV . n ? l>pahl*a. 0 - -r*n**U!oa. f ?mtptt ?f Seaator* Tim <uitiu rtf \"t ??eee?T ? iMT n??xMb <1%>,Jr0..1??$ Aan?r*?.< Vanaoey 1M7 Wat R ft*aaU?c .O . ia?i nawrfpm Inn Dtf* R 1M* iiXaj itU P laterR 1M7 u>i (ami. vaeaaor 1M7 MlituoK !*?'.?? .0. 1UJ !>*.-?* il? . A rujr ?rt O IH3 WlUafd HnuHbary 0. 1M6 roMM. Vacancy 1M7 <UHory U. . ISM uomau. "aeancy 1M7 Hotel i Iwwtil.. O. 1IW MUM >acarcy IM7 J?a oil RrifM .. . .O. N1 ?jam* Vaaaitrr. 1M: W'nh'M i?nfU?0. !*U i<ra* Ja?K? w r.rimea. R..ls66 Haiti R . 1MT UfTdT, ai"eiW"H. ?Bfi'rt ' ?****? iUflM .0..IM4 (inert ?. ?ro?a...U..|i4* miwocai. V M-aa-r ............ . 1M7 TVaeten Po'* <? IMI ?raw ?vti-oxn M?r r H?'? R..1446 Ommi R Obrk.. . < 1^7 ?raw roe* Vaaaac? *447 rrwtoa Ktnr R 1W* /.?ha R Th irnpani. Mt C. T.-a KrrJt H. 1806 ?oaia lAatua-. Thomm (Vifj . Tti a L. Ullacmtn ,'l . 1M7 oaio ?m.|?aila t. Wad* R tw 9al?<m 1'. c*mm ..R. iwt W?H II B**?r R..1MJ IMurga W N?*itii-.b O 1M7 rrnnLTMit. Vartoey IIMH ?< ib m earner oa . ... R . . IMS K'fona i<i i*d Uaora f. Sira?ooa .R..1M3 Usury ?. 4alkMy l .INI laiaruf W i u?o|).<V . J6nA Juo O Br -cHori tge.0 1M)V IMMUUl Vmuct 1MT J U0?br BaB)Miln.0..1tM ~ MAIM. Ranulbal ium>D..R..lM3 W. r.u ?Vei>. ii< un^R. laOo MAM- Aran -ATT . fihr-'ke Sumufr.. . H..18&3 Quo 17 WIIih.u ....K .1196 MA.^LASl). Anlujoy Kennedy.". .1*6^ JMftua* Ptoaroe...o. 18CI 1CUU0A5. I iaen ChaaJler B. 1W1 ! &? 8 Uiafbftn) H. ]s<> MUVMOtA. Henry M Kn*> 0..1M3 MirtokP WllkiuaoB. R. . 1807 R'-punilcais fVl? sUkm Vicar. ;Jee _ HOleK 0) gEI *** PUiUa AlRA.fHAH 2~"rvii . . Ot 5i '/I ward W Wan t., opp ? iw. WAII 3i"0j?KlD T Blj t.Opp Vf-rtniri a ' R- a UM^Tk\ o . . . atuLuu. 1? John 1/}I a . . . . t <w 2? Jaona a 0??en?. o?i 3? < n, ?. fhinn Rep J-*? s. n.no>.io..?)[v, tr?SL?r w ,u)t?D ??Albert G Puller.. K..n I~'., w Voo/he?...Oi?p ?- Albert R Wblto.. Ron .J~^l B,wr 0-"M k?f 0-W.. k(.? W? J- P. C. 8habk?....HeIi K?Wi. 1- Samuel R Ourtls. .jfc>p wm. Yandever... Rep . ? IUMKIU 1? F B Wa*tit>cme. R>p. "? ? f S. 4 m c>>f J ?? Owtn Ix>t tjoj .... k pi 1 ? vim KhiIom we 6? w A Rt, til... 'sou. Oil..; 0?1 A VcClf naand. ,0i>p T- - f ?? c Ro ? .isob . Opp. -JGcn A. Ijrgar. , ,0 p *AI?1. 1? Jobn N. (rood win l>n W. Kaltor.R'.p ?? S C f est r a 4 <?i . ?-AmmP Morrill. Rep n Rlc- 1 lop. 6 ? lrederlck a. Pike. Ret) HWHSOtl, J ? fjm* Alurieb. . .Ren. 3 - ?Vllliiun Wtndou. . . Hoi) muu. ttTOXTiS w. Keller! R,,?: 4? R K Trowbridge. Rcj fAflPUorianr*. 1? 1. hJi.oi. .... Rep. 2? Jatni-s BufflD(ton..Rep ft-Cbaa. K. Aduoia.. . P?tp. 4? \ * x. H Knw? K*jp 6? Win. Appletoc .... Oup ?? i?bn b Ali? R p J-IWmiW <C*cil..R*p * ? R Train.... r?,, 9?0*o. F. telle; keu 10? Claries Drlaoo.... Jk-;. U? L itawea. .kt{1 mworai. 1-rraicw P. w. rjr Re). J? J%a \ Ra|I|qi( t ,.Ooa 3?kiiii B Clark . . . .Opt. 4? t-iy.ii II. N.?U,n...O,m 6 ? Jniir. W Reld. . . (>pn. ?? J?tou P fheipe,. ..dp,, 7? Job# W. Kue.i w*ir Tt,)*. |_v 1 j opp 2- M>??| V f<de!! .. . .opp C? KeejamlE Wood, .onp <?l* ? ?trr gac . t?pp 5?' ?lr 1 Ti> 1 .Of ?. ? ? fobn Oncbrane.. ! Onp." 1 ? K.jwli Ward ...... Op, > ?? e?. C it. a, l.|oe,o,.p. 9? ?xJm-;ir?l Daifbt.. Ort> ?ft-(?aeirt n Joha.O^p. " Sjlvester. Hep. 12? <t? phi o Baker. . . . R p 18? A1 ratuun B (Hln . Rep l?- rVaatoa Oorniog . . < ?pp B M< Kt an Ri.p '* ? ^ A Win rlul . . K 11. 11 ? i N. ObcrBaa...,Ret> It) ? n Mt* R.V '' ? RkJia/d JTrai cbct R.?p. 2' - ;?.!?*)? Umkljin; ..JUp. ?>"m CA?<MJ?A Jaa n. Hamoioud. II..W? James Ubeann nan n Andrew J.>boa a. . .0. . 1M3 P, NH,b-|*?r lot. . mo. LontaT Wi<fall... .o.,xs?3 J. W. Beapoill.. .. >. . lb<SA vsuiatT. 3'iomon fv?? R..lg<i3 Jsoub CvJaner., . .R . 1867 n aon:* jatB.>? M ????.. .O. ,1?M A. M. T. H nuir ...0. 1165 wiecwsws. TaoADcy 1847 JAirn ft Doollttle . R 1SS3 2? 30 ... U " T?\ TATI Vlfiji. ^ J'ohtict mw roan 71? R. Roliao.l llunli . R.vp iA-Wta E banting ,.K.ip as? Amonee W Oia H R.,,? ?- 8edjwVok R^p .m"?100 * nwnor?y . Rap P OUamborlaiu.n^p 27 ? *le* d. niroa ...r?) 88 ? U B H Van Vilk enbureb ?m> ?~4,r ?? u-'* Rep a. Frank . . Rop 31- - dart Van Horn .... R.y (Up Jo ? R-.uheu R Fiotoo ltop siw nrnrr 1? Jobn f V itio.. ..Rep *? ? L. N Sirawon. Rrtp 8?Vtn o. 3tco!o ....o #p ?? R Ooob..Opp, 6? wtn. Pe/.ulo^too, . Rep QUO 1?0 -o. 11 I*ecidieU>n Opp 2? Job a A Gurloy . . . R.ip "-U ? -Vai'todigbain Ojp *? Win AI>on o.ip ?? J tin ? IL AAS'oy . Rep ?}? Tbiltoo A Wbtte.Opp 7? Tboina* Oorwlo., Rop 8 ? Saul. t?bcIlah?F(fflr Rj,j .? *arr?n P W'ble..Rep J?? C A iV.mblo .... Rop. U? VaientinoH Horton R?p. lii ? fuunt'l 8. Ooz.,..Opp. !?? J"bn rfberman ... Rep 14? H?rrl?>n G Rlake.Rep. 16? Overgo Nagoot . . . Opn. 16? Wai. p. Cutler... .Rep 17 ? .(two* R Murrla..Opp 18 ?Sidney Kfer loo ... . Rop. 19? vi. or ?. Riddio. . Rep. 80? Jobn Hutcblo?....lt?}|>. SI? John A. Bingham. Kop OIWKM. Gcorgo K Shell Opp. FTD?."WT!.Ta,TU. 1? John M R itkir* ... Ren. 3? KdarardJoy Morrla Rop. 3-Jo' O P. Verreo .... Rep. i? Wm D KeJlry . . . . Hop. 6? W. Morrta Dane. . Rep. B? Jobn Bickman . . . . Rjp. 7? fbomaa B Cooper. Opp. 8? i E Aowia Opp # ? rwi 'oua Rep 10-Jntm V. Ktl injer..Rep. U-Jmm U CtempoeU ilep. lft? Geo W. anion.. Rop 18? Philip Johnson ...Opp. 14? Uataab* a. Grow. .Rup 18? Jamc f. Ilkie Rop. 18? Jneopti Raily Oup 17? W ward McPherson Rep ?? ? 1 Huwle Blair..,. Rrp 19? John Oivodt r,.p. 20? Jo- ph L?z*ar ....Opp. ? I**- K. Uorobead . Rep. 22 ? R .i#rt MnKntgo' . ,R?ji. 23? John V>. Wallace .liop. 24 ? Jnw Patioo r,.i 36? ?U?h Ikbhl i Rep. *< "oUeted by Wm. E TiObiDnn Opp. socrn umuia 1? Jafca Mi-gueeo ..Opp. 2-Hna IVmm* Miiea Opp V-l^eia M>rer ... .Opp 4? MUlodnjUBunbaiB Opp. 6 ? lohn 0. Aahmorc . Odd ? ? Wcs. W Butoa. . .Opu. TWRmmr 1--E. P V'a'too .Hep 2 ? JoAtia 3 MorrUl ,,R.p 8? Port ia Batter . , .. .Reii raSkAMCA. I^AinaeI b. iiaiy r^j,. OUR CLASSIFICATION OF THE NEXT CONGRESS. THE NEW SENATE. Totol number of Senator*. 06 Already elected? Republican* *4 Opposition 30 0 To be 'lected Republicans i Opposition ..... 7 2 Opi 'Mitioo majority 8 THE NEW HOUSE. Oar classification of the new Hon* of Redrawn alive* is. of course, incomplete, as election* hare :>. cn he Id in nineteen FUites only. Our eeumatcs roi the remaining fourteen States are bar ~il on the lit Ptatc election* acd die results of yesterday. Total comber of aum' cr*. 23 State*. Tiuyf of Election. Hep. Opp Alrfcaira . ... /ur. 18<5l. . ? Ar> lata* . ... Elected ? i Miiforii;* Sept. 4, INtl.. ? < >nnectif ? April I, 18t>l... 4 I>eUw*re BecMd ? lurid* . Elected ? ? .eoff 'a. . Oct 7, 1841.... ? ! line Elected 4 o.'iuna Elected 7 ' v?* .. Kle?ted 2 ? VttekJ All*. 4. 1061.... ? 10 <1*0* Nov. 4, 1861.... ? ' ie Fleeted 6 ?ryUud Not. 1.1861 ... ? tfianetnU Elected 2 hnf^tta. IQmMI 1" MM-hiitan Elect*] 3 "1iad?irpi Ojt.7, 1 ?C1 . . . . ? > 4W#?nrt Elected 1 Vtw Hampshire March 12, 1861.. S Jew Jrrsey .... Hwirf 4 V(? Yorlt. ... Elected 22 Xirth Carolina. . An*. 1. 1861.. . ? Ohio Kleiied 14 t tregon .. Elected ? P? !.r ?j'ranla . . . Me- ted 2t# iHd' 'land ... Al>r'l3, 18C1 ... 2 ? u* i Carolina. Bnw ? feiienec Ab*. 1, 1*61.... ? 10 fti-ia Ann. 5.1661 ... ? 2 *"<?rr'rt Elected 3 ? VItt : ? . ... Ma?23. 1M1... ? 13 *<? : n. ... Occied 3 ? To .110 127 110 Oj?i>??1Hon majority In the next House 17 1 HI ISXtf STATE 00VKBffXXIT8. ?kt> lo.lliul I'wIUoi mt U? IteTtral Niain lr Iks I'riMt* Crista ?*f uaa I'alM. > ? Jltab bfk>? 1a.pb.-4at itMisttel stortasUsa, *1* too poUito* cJassif.aaikna a* ths nwlwi ? lbs b <a ui Um ^Ttrti Hum Uil bars bold ? Mot km Um( .frebl}aar. I> Um Oat tnlaa. it to ?ln?o*t m<? **?a-y to mj , Itrj- at* r <wi iiaim? , ipM? slave mim, alb u 'laa/d trust, ifer VsakWtdf* ate tnaat J <rplf t>rwh/Btaaat .? i rnneHMal .. . 13 | 141 h i tinaeMP. ........ ? ? _ _ 1 * ? ? - ? ? _ Mate*.. U I liT II UftMftRbMtlU*... ? ? ? _ tfteliifaa* ? ? _ _ tfiaaMota 3* M M n v>t llaa|?: in 10 I M 1X1 *e? Yarfcf ? ? ? ? v?? tmmf r^lsf 21 H W 66 <>r*r>a t M ? M P? aaeytraala .... . 16 S 6T SH Rhsda taiaad It 16 ? a KSfav;;.:::-.2 111 ?fVets ft IdgMttnr* VrfwVr 0, 1M0. Tor* etotu ft a<wr ? ?n?!r in Morvafeer, 1660. {f?? r**ta!at*T? ?w tkva ta Ob to ibis fmr tlad th*Ta *??". aoorrdiag to tha rate g\ -m la ta? asrsfal dtatrMs ?f th? ffHw, UM. result WW 14 fears ke*a?Ia UM ttite, itpub >cafil, 19; 4??>r?*e, 1<J iloua-?, r?puh!l oars, W, d< m ocrats, bi?t tie. t Largely rcjMjhnciu. BLIVl Math. <? -? St+*tj Brf* Doug inr <i f? 2m Bt B. wn<^ Alabama* a) 3 j ukugM !' ? _ ? _ _ { _ _ ? _ _ 13 0 7 id 1 1 i.nrgia^ ? ? ? Kentucky ? _ _ _ liplswi ? ?tss>ss!pi"i] ? ? ? ? ? ? Missouri** ? ? ? ? ? ? North tirol'tia. . 31 0 19 M 0 lb Month Ikronua .. ? ? ? ? ? ? Tt-r'irMco IS 2 11 33 34 8 TVixas ? ? ? ? ? ? * Twenty one S< nat^s i ll sr ;cc. j repres -avutves vo known to be ojv-nly tor * cession !n tbe event of Dnooiu's ?1f ? ltoo to the Preel:!er.cy. Tfco boglslatnro will eot moot nntll D?lt Tall, unkss the Governor calls a special seosoo the Convention will meet ta December, and will be fur f>oe?s)on by ? largo majority. f Eleot new L^gtsSatoros in November, I860, t Twenty hell and Everett mmafeers wore Mooted to the Arkansas legislature In 1800 This la a stronger op position to tbo J cm oc ratio party than was ov?r before known In that Bute. ^ We are ncablo to g!v? the political ciiasllcatbm o? tbe 0<?>rgia Iegulatnre, but, on Joint ballot, tbo Breck (Bridge party bar 300, fell 80, and Uoog'aa 38. 9 Tbo now Mississippi legislature '.S politically atasslOen as follows, viz: Senate? I torn ^orata, 36; whlgs, 8, lade pendent, 1; vacancy, 1. Hoase? Oomoerats, 88; whip, 0; American democrat, 1, and two vacancies. T*to rote for Breckinridge and Bell will be close. ' Senate ? Democrats, 35; Colon, 7; repnblloaua, 1 Boost ? Democrats, 83; Colon, 88; republican, 12. wno ARE TBI D180N1OM8T8? We publ jh below an a -scout of tbo Northern 3taUs which prohibit their officials and citizens from tiding u. tbo ezecntlon of the fedoral Fugitive Slave law, and which, by their action, haro boldly nolllUc **??? oocsb tntloc ot tho United States. Tboy are *s follows:? Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Michigan. Rhode island, Wtaeonstc, The States which deny the ose of all public edlteee in aid of toe master are;? Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts. Rhoc'c Island, Michigan, Tl.e states which provide defcnoe lor toe fagHlvse are ? Maine, Vermont. Vaasaehosetts, Nt w York, i'aucaylvanla, Michigan. Wisconsin, The states which declare the fngitlvo free, if brought by his master into toe Wats, are ? Ma'xc, New Hampshire, Vermont. The Htate that declares him free absolutely la:? New Hampshire. Re subjo'ned table shows the psna: ilea imposed in toe several Northern d la onion States en those o Skiers or eltirene who may aid in preserving the ouostlteUon W tact by enforcing toe law, viz:? Htlct. JsmrtssiisnuM. Itas Maino..... & years. fl.OSS Vermont .. .II years. >MS Maseashusetts 8 years. & OSS Connecticut 6 ysars. 6.SSS l'censylvaria 8 months. l.ooe Indiana....... 14 ya>f*. 0.MO Michigan 10 ye.rs. 10m Wiscocr'x S ye rs 1.000 Iowa I ye n. l^oo It will be seen torn the abovo .hat the Northern W>n? nrc t early all in a position of practical alsanlou? that Is, they iravs refueed to nitaln the eoiaStltaikHi which their father* uloj'Vcxl C.0VERN0R8 OF 8rATES FOR 1H61. It# follow .of we like UoTWvort of the Hwtl dtataa of the Colon ? SMei. AtaatlMn. /VJtV.V Alabama ....AnJrow B MivN F>)id<joi-hV H airy M Roelor lViruiersl. California ? Downey Hooxvntt tmnnectlcat W A Bouaingbun tfa-publteui W .lllam Rurton ...Democrat RorWia. jot n Milton iftxaoeral '?<x>r*la Jo?ei?h E Brown . Democrat rh'ai '? -Jltlwr I Yatee ftairabltoaa. Indiana Henry I . Lad? Kapubltoan. luwa B J Klrkwood KapuMlcaa. K?nlucky Dot lab ti?g?>8ln Democrat. U"i'tiaiia lt>' mu 0. Moore IVmioret. Maine laraal Wa.bbiirne. Jr Repunlioan. Maryland . TV *naa H laerlou, Maw-fanaeilt Jots A. Andrew Repobllcao tic.yu Aoatta Blair ftepubltoac Wir?lt?lppl Iota J. Pattca n? iw*. Mtraeuri Clalboma F Jaokaoa Foroocrat yirr'w U Alexander Haroeey Rcpubllraa New Hi.a>prbtre. . .Irhabod Uuodwln Republican Niw J ejary (lu? ?. Olden Repobilnaa New York EJwtn !i Morgan Kepubltrwo K< rUi CLrolkM. . ..John W Hi. la. Detnotm iuw William r-i-witaon, Jr K#ixjblw-*a Oregon Johu Wbitaakar 'mnaoorat. Prnorj'TMMl Andrew 8. Out la R?publ<oaa. Kfcortt laltfid .... WIUte?t3<*Bgoe Itutaonrat. houtb OarnU*ia....W!iilam B. Olat Democrat Tint ?ee laivn 0 HarrM [TemoonU Trrat F%? Hocator Don wrat. r i-rnf.t . Erattna fr rbaaka ftrpm>iiona Virginia. John l<atcbar Daaaocrat Utar Dslfl AietABUer W Randall Bapubdoa*. P?morratt 11 KitlMNMi 1* A. i.oan ... I The foUawlag in the aamea of um tiara AtM wfcoaa PrsaulaaUal prefare&cca are not known at prcaaat, tU:? Oat Off. Dm. Off Mm y land.. IS 10 ?? Ti Ylrgtatla 4 M U ? MEETIK". OF THE LRUBLATOUB IN THE SEVERAL WTATEri. fiJtM. Itfulmltirt Mem. Of?r?l Ma-turn. Alabama ... Nuftotwr 13 .... ltt Moo in A ugorl Arkaatat Norrmber ? lat Moo la Aogoat. California.. .Jaaaary T, 1M1.. Ut Thar* la <?pl Connecticut lot Wed la May . 1st Moo ta iprfi. l>e.awar? tat Taaa la jobs . W?r>ab? 18. fWVJa 1st Mis la Nor... Id Moa m Got. Georgia lat Mori la Kor... lit Moo '.a Oat. llitiM-.it >il Moo la Jiroo. . . l*t Toes la Mot. i ? it i Jaaaary ?: r.ve a >h Iowa 91 M n la Ian ...11 Taaa. la Out. Keoturky lat Mao. ta Duo, ..lat Moo la Aafoat. T/imrtaat 8d Moa ta Jan lM Moa. ta Nor. Mataa lat WaA. ta Jaa..,|l M *m taM. Man I 'Ad 1M Wad. la Jan.... lat Wad. la Not. MaM?r> jartU . l*t Wad. la Jaa lat Tara la Nit. MuJtliaa lat Wnd. !a Jaa ... lat ra?a. ta Sir. Mtnaraota lat Mu. to One ...?i raM la Oct. Mia. AttjT' lat Moa ta Jao , . . lat Mi., la 'tot. M aaoi.rt tart Moa la Dae laa Moa. ta Aog. New Hamp^trr lat Wed In Jane. SJ foaa la Ma rot. Naw Jeroay MToee la Jaa ..iMIMaa ta Not. Naw Tart lat rcaa. la Jaa.. I? Taaa. la Not. sortn Carolina. ...H Moo la Not . ,.?l fbo?a la Aug. rihio lat Moa la Jaa . .24 To-* la Ox. Orefoa Cntobor ? rraaaytTaata latTvaa la V ...? Tnaa ta Ort Kbo-ta laiaad ..... May ed Oat 1st Wad in ?r*0. <4outft Carolina . . tm Moa. la Not . At Moa. la < lot T?wn*aarf la Moa la net .... lat Tnnra m Aogt IVaaa la Maa la Nor ...let Moa la tog Vermont 8 tore la (tot. .. lat Tare ta Saft ?'.r?iiiM? 9d M?a. !a Jaa. .... ttb Ttinra la May. Wlaenar n ltt Moo ta Jaa ... lat T%ara la Not. Tbe fbtkiwiaf HUKia hotd to(ialatiT?eaaetoai btaaaiaUy, Tt?:? r ir laa are. Virginia, Taaaaaaaa, (Ma, North Carallna, Ftortoa. ladiaaa, Mtaaoorl, Alabama, Minhlgaa, Iowa, mtaota. M>aawalpt<. I/iuiaiaAa. Marylaad Tatar, THE DETAILS. TBI RESULT IB HKW YORK. tbe cmr RifTiJiurH. TUB BLWfOKAl. TicUT. War4. DitHt t Cotm*. Ayati 1 1 4M a an a 3 is ? iu ? it* .1 MO Total M? 1 It* a ... m a m 4 ?1 Total Ml 1 W* a n Vlt ? m ? it 1M T 49 total MM 1..IV M t m

s .* aw ?n.>. 3i# jar IM 2?0 4?3 Total. .3 817 ?? i. 347 ?4a 214 103 Ml 3A7 330 <u? an ijii via Total.. a . I.. 4. ? ! 7.. ? . 10 . 11. u.. .8904 .. 3M? .. M* .. ii hl> .. ?5 .. m .. uiv .. 348 .. 3U .. aw .. m .. 234 .. m Total. t ? ? ? M 11 13 .3.124 . *68 . 3u2 . 414 . 341 . 840 . auo . auo . a?6 . 260 . Ml . 402 . >10 Tutal.?a?? 10 Tota>. ,H. 1 9 8. 4 ft. ?. 1. 8. ?. R: M. 18. 14. M. 18. IT. M. 8.844 1 340 2 844 8 414 ? va 8 433 ? 840 .2489 . 206 . aM . 370 . 377 . XU . 141 . 3tt . 004 Total. m. . 108 . 18* . 344 . 810 . 2t>7 . 138 . aM . 148 . aw .4300 . 101 . 477 . 418 ,. 817 sioM u v?. m .. i a 8 4 864 I M* ? aoe 7 117 ? 838 fO'ftl.. ? 2 309 .. 1M .. 3*1 i t., I.. I. M MAI. U.HH. .. 412 .. MM .. 3 0 .. 31* .. tie .. m .. 366 .aTa Ml TtMtl. t Mi I 4 IIS ? IM e i?4 1 in ? 474 a m to.. au via tm. av ?... t... a... ?... ? .. 4T4 W7 . SM 3<W . ra alalia 304 an 331 870 a?? Ml II TMI. 1? aa. ii la w u .. an . 14T . 1*4 . W4 . Ill . ITi . IN . 343 . HI . b'Pi . W . MJ 44U Ml an *4 M. Total. a. a. 4 a a. T a. a. 14 11. la. ?. 14. 917 414 mi Ml p * XII Ml a, at 4 .. vm .. tn .. aii .. M? .. a?4 .. 1M .. IM .. 141 . lin 273 174 Wirtl. an.... 'hstrt.l .... 1 .. 2... ?... ?... ?... ? .. 7... ?... a... 10... n... M ... M .. 14... .. Ml .. HM .. 348 .. -m .. 169 .. 116 .. 3*4 .. 1*1 .. 384 .. Ml .. sw .. xu .. 148 .. 81 TWal 3 040 THE VOIK WARDS. Unvm. 1 440 fci* 671 1 I 9,161 ><*17 Rf uMioan lao 113 Hi tti M XM 164 HT M 194 160 n 44 76 3,137 Lin tin 214 3*6 638 1.14a 8M l aw 1 M4 a van 1 4*4 1,IM0 ?Ul 1843 146 1 746 S 643 3.800 1.000 1 174 9 768 3 380 *. 137 IViUl 01084 83 71*7 Whnle r-'mbrr nt ?ot?i? M 441 Majority for iho Udios llokot 38, S3 7 CHE COUNTY TICKET PROBABLY ELECTED. Tb? aro tut ib i t'olliiwinf oo'iniy Uckut has ??4'0 rlnct'il. Tbo full roturns may eh*of o *om? of mo umbo*, but too iirobabil.iioe at a in taror of tho whole ileld) 4u promo Cnnrl Oor^t () Bvntrd Hozvt <ui?T (ir Oourt Kr?wi a Talliu?ig" M'ii't. Krcwroor o.iiiaui D Ruaacl. ...... V"Ztrl ^urrc^ato fc-ivm 1 0 We? ?MM8 i'Il? Judge Jnhu H M.iCuq U ztrl K.'<i??or taaUNk MimMi ?teporTiiof 0 Soh?arz*aoJdcr Moiirt THE ItlSDLT IN KINGS COUNTY. #?nMtyn Vnnm. Waru? 1 600 a ? 8 T74 ? MO ? 1,043 0 ? T - 8 600 0 1 111 10 1 660 11 a *37 1 3 ? 18 1.383 1 4 ? 16 ?1? 1 0 1 338 1 1 ? 1 8 184 1 9 388 Fltlbuah 104 Flatten** ? Net* I'lrocht 387 TBI 1LBCT10N DJ UBOOCI.TN. Unooln 601 Oft) 1,010 947 384 783 1 344 a mo 1,887 764 1,180 100 aoT 491 118 aa 187 The day opened brilliantly, embloiteiicai of 'ho pros pecu ct the Ualon ticket Detwcen eigut aol oino o'clock ? alight i:>c?"T of rasa foil, bat tha boa vena were ?k>i prapitio'iB, belying the aaual expor'onoe teat eiectlou day w alweye a ra'ny ind dttegreeahio .lay Seftr ?aa thero ? ???re b-auttful lay, and never wao neeQ a day more neeoUfully aiiprrulatod, lr the prompt mnuncr In whloh uie frier da or tho L'n'.nn went op to their aeveral pollB, tit term iced to preserve order, whaler *r provocation <try might ot,<<jrlrn-o. At the aovural potllrj ola<v? long queue* were forrao), fr-ncb fashion rilrndlng, In many Inataieta, a nooiWierable dig ?ar.ro from the plaoo of voting; and although iho Hkmmd exhorted all friends of tDe Colon to vote oM'y *i..l 'o briDK their frloti'M with thru, mil anore al th ,l?? to votu ra. ij ineraM ive?, It wao aim ?t tmpoaaltria ?or a<l to do *o, for the beat of all roatoaa? that tho abort November day ?aa not Wi.g oa^h "frvm th? rlstug uf lJu U to the gOlug down 'if Lbtl IrtW*,1 Ik* *44 to n<U. rba cob m q ueooc win tuat in ibt Neound aud Third dlatrlcla ot tho It r.m ??"l about live hundred me i were prevented fruit voting, many uf wli toiua eunUt have aogmentori the tiuinbi ra rouirdud lu favor of '.bolonn i<a/ty. Ia >bu I' rat dtairict ol tnu ir.i :wnlh war 1 about ooo hun dred votcra were provonU I fr.m cienor u; their rlghi of euCiago fro rj a atmuai nauao. Nothing, ho vt far, oonld eiortd tho goc-d humor that prevails! at tne aov'e ra! filling p?acea; and. to t5o credit of Rrooltlya bo It ?tld, oot a single are of rowd.-'jiiu w.ta brought to tho notice of the jollee I' rough, it tho day, t.ll Uio '.login; of i bp po ia Ttie llqaur law wag ooacrei throughout city, ai<d ui an oariy t>*rt of Uia da) , the arrrat of John Th' naon and Will...rn tJv a, do ug bo?U.r*B u the norncr uf Fit'* ?ire> t and liyrtie avcoti' , through the laifclatigablllty of Mr. Inapoctor ?>lli, itne a t" dtter the .??ti1?ra ot I mora ' rum pons inf their Uln<u trafllc The Inspector ha.1 rxtee: moo under L* aperial ontuwtud, for the npt<raamo?i uf any rtoi that might luv?. atiaui, out UmLt acrtioog worn net required. It w*a ebscr cJ, too, frum %n earl; hoar, that the son ? rvatire rle-n? ut wag In the aaoondaut, and the -'gnrwi which ? ..,ow bear oct tkc laapraaaton. That lure ware to Oghta oiuat be aurtbotoi to tho '.rtcraitnatina of tho frienda of law aad o?"'ar ? ir.maa of thi ClIoo and batc*a of aaotiunikHa? tuat nothing M. -mid be dooc bet wnat wag in parfeet ac <'<rdanre with tK i*o rrlaelplog nt uuugervatwm oa which thr I'u'on la hail Jl. A" tha hour wkx?4 later ran ah Intereatod umu - lean 4 la the re. jpt >ca of raturaa at the ofBre of Uo Ia epector, and at half r-?t BIDS o jlorJr U waa aenonnoed Uiat beyond all doabt Morgan had aarrted the ouoaty for ??ovvraor? a ciroum. tanee, however, that aaaae l uo aa Uiueiaaaa At abbot naif paet ten o'cJook the llrpaM oaa Wlg >an, near to tha lily Hall, wblab wvag filled with i efroblloana, waa f-e anen- of an ami >te nt, raiiaing ?u-.h emglernat'.on aad a'arm. Thr ata?e> ?otu? of the beneh'-e, aad one aide of tha be 114 g Irani down by the 'ua, bury.ng a aniaber of |<eraooa veaapora rily in the ruiaa Tbe fall war algnd' a. t of the low aatl matloa la whlcb bla*t rap-iblloanlaai la bold ta Kmc* ? ouniT, bnl !t la bettered that no nae waa aarlooaly la jori-d While thte peene waa being enacted an '.?npvwmptn wrung waa organ laad the Cliy Hall atepa, leadhjf to i bo fmie, but it waa remarkable for nothing t ut tAe lack of atilhuaiam which prevail id It awaied that a gr.-at wet bMtiket had deanaaded aad eorered n.t'oi all oiar. There waa aothiag for their apeakera to ray , and, to vm at, Irteh boll, they aald It Ooialie the if ITaaidei.tial ticket, bowrv ?r, which Klag* niunty baa glotloagly voted ia He latereat of the Takon, the hi ark refw "> loeoa hare aarried tne oniaty la ao*e of the re?el launvtaat *>(llceB. t or the aUwtoral vote the atimbeva aland ihua ? The foaleu tleket 11401 The black rvp.ibi.cah lft .031 Pimnmi majority 4,M4 RETURNS FROM TFIE STATE. rViaWMl KypM an (W.m Alhafb .? ? l.aOO ? f ighi kam 4 (40 ? UramiM^wM. 1 AT2 ? (HiiiH^giiii a 'Mi ? rhraae I N1 ?? Chtnlei qua ... . 4 (40 mm < Maag MO ? Uteaaago 1.MI ? ' damn 300 ? 0?>???bla 3*0 _ Onrt'.i d 1*00 ? Dataware 1 MO _ tm ?rte 1.000 *?> 1 100 FrarlHh 100 r?Haa 700 ?? aeere a,0?W O'reaf ? Rtmtiv a _ H rhiwar 2 COO /efleraih 3, too Hinge _ l^rio TOO ? Uvtagetrm I aje ? JS"" - Mnaroe 3,Ag t, ? ?oalfrmer7 ? 100 IHwYorh - '*,#00 Niagara IJTS ? Mt i .on ? OMUaai 4 000 ? Ubiarto ? Ctmuii > M'publictm U?inn ?>?!'*? ? HO Oik-mi*..,. 1 419 _ (Jnwego,,,, 3 769 ? Oisepu l,t?0 ? fuliiota ? 400 Q>ifkl,.. ? MO Ke<f*U rr ? *00 K'chunNi] ? KO Horklaud ? 440 CI Ijn?r<D?e 7 mo ? feraioga 1 WO ? Scbc.au Uuy IjJ ?tabobarle ? WO "??biiyier 610 ? ?ierot.4 100 ? 4Uul?u. 3 000 ? ^uiroih _ mo ialllvou ? WO RO<l ?? ftmiklM 1313 ? 3<?ie? ??00 ? ? Vamn POO ? A'wbiEjtlOD J(<>0 ? Wajne "J 710 ? Witif.hMKr ? 1,M0 Wyoming 2 WO ? YOoh I, SCO ? ajSo K?pobl'?ftii majority rs AjO TUB LAtlfT. BnuaC'V n?w 4; 1*10. JU-pcb.laiu gain* cooliauo. All ropMrl* from weal uc on e Import. All re port* <>riti? ro?abl!c*n gain*. TI?o SWto for LIiioi Id by SO.OtO and orrr. M) rr? ilerottk.il by HQ. Ouwdtg* *1t<* )?8S than 4 .000 fur I turwiln. Pyraruo gtv*i 000 republican majority. <??<gn county ? iHwrgo City, Mnooln M3 majority Mr. I.ittU'jobn 0 re olected to tbe lMembiy. Vuloey, Lincoln 281 o^rir dr.rlb*. I- >J minority for MdooIii. Putnam? roar town* give 169 Unooln majority ? * gain of 66 over tho vote of liK>9, P.enteelaer county ? fire.'nbiah, r??!on tloket 130 m* jorlty. Scbodack, lft d'.itrtct, fan too 3 majority; H?r Hiii's maioritjr 3; Olln, n publican, for 'Jongrw*, 39 m* Jorlty. BnoaAir.tW, Mot. 7? 146 A. M. All the rotuTD* Uiat w? grt at thin place are alitor go leg over tbe wlrca in Sew York or eoming from there, to ibero J no neoeMlty to s?>nd the in over again Tbe Hut* biia tusdonbudly gone republican by a large majority RETUrNri FOR GOVERNOR. N*? tOKK CITY. W* Kelly, J T Brady, ? O Morgan, Wanit. Dot*i<u Dent. B tck Den. SrpuUUM*. 1 1?I O 544 ? 833 M an > ton 63 m ? 1.648 100 W ? .. J.994 is j,m ? 3 701 130 m 1 * 994 m MM 8 > ?36 133 1000 9 8.410 80* 8,461 1 0 1 848 M 1,417 1 1 4 034 Ut 1.800 13 |ibree <iiat.].. .1.2-^ 11 060 18 1,UJ 103 1JM 1 4 3,641 141 181 16 3,32.1 76 1,8(0 1 0 3.631 661 1,670 1 1 4,4*4 134 3yB34 18 3,698 449 3,113 10 1.009 130 1 109 3 0 8 778 378 3 141 3 1 3 711 463 3 Ml 33 S,9i)3 34 3 140 To al 68,100 4,404 33 108 ielly orer all 10JMV THE KTATE TICKET ELECTED. C'UTMmnr Ed?ll I) Morgan. Kni'iiOllnML Unt Governor... Botert CkuaptaU. hepublioan. Uanal Oodiuiimiod ' i Ha tout I H Oarae*. R?i> ihiman. S?atc Prison lup'r.Jaioea K. Bali a. Republican ASSEMBLYMEN ELECTED. BB 0*B 00CN1T. mend H. Bart unuitn. N l*on Norkm , r^pahiuwi. rrauklim 1'bilbrtok, rep?ibilnan. U1CU. Hemin ?aV>Q, republican Bmiib Anthony, ropubltoao "?n*MrTO. I i>o1cj RubLnaon, repu nun NuHMM. M rtln Robert*, ropiiblican iMtwIt B. Unrf an, repi.bi BtDjamln R wi-Ik, r>pubiic%a WH1XMV4M. AIodz'i Macoiabcr, repubisvaa. KRIS H. t. R. Waiaon, repohlu^n Victor M Ktce, republican Deiter Etrell, rrpuolMMii. Wbet ior fcrr.i, rvpubPoaa ?WM Ooorge W. Wrigbt, rtpv iikw 4Mh Krar'-i* Korr.no. demr "a' 8 F Ma'fbfel, -epv >llcai. lieor; i il CLampI a repuSllcM. Wa. Lewla, repubiu-in. muM. Mr. Brewafr, reps' ?>w. a?a?D?i t. Vremlah Enrrlek, rruiib'.oao. Fllr?ir Clara, d< Atiocr Chapman, r W1< tit. flODM. John J. ItooUttle WWHiM?r*a Hhar Flacg. Bttj Caap .lame* UoQoade, ot 0. 4*. an I Auntin Vlr.>re, <4 cuac, lao ol tbr WaJcr tb i >aat aro ?* lipoma f m m jgiti uahjibi. Tl>? Ret eaalon Slot arat- KtlM at U* Lf|UlM?r? Poirp.ik<U ttu 1 Vlamw. Coumu, Not. #, i*m r-.e l#jrieia;:f u? day -'?f o?4 aetloe oa ut? Oovar ?or * rafgoatUtn u> arm .ti > ;?IM ili Tboraday to aaoer lain If Llacoto be alerted; . to cbooae ?l?ht Haatoie. alx Ibrortap lnaadlal. , . .?*ioa, two Mill naiMUm, bat auppoeed to Ibror I tb or debt/ tar wtpimiw. Tbcre la ao orarwbatala^ ? jortty awutM br oalliaf a oooreatloo. The iuinK will bo abowt Ubm There la a npfootd nuyurHy tor pro* pi actkw. Hptruiattoca aro ilta atii ni aaim iinn ti ?miiaiwiiiaoM to tr?at with Ibe geernU (ovorsnaol ooaoaralai Um terror of aaeaaaloa. To Borrow raaolut. . will V* st/odooad aaa<tta( % ooawtaatoetr to U>o UeorjU I <teiata re. TWO la ao ascitaarnt; arraaaKir regtrdou aa . (orefoae ooachMiea. oooliy awaitiup raauit of iamm ? antk aa. THE OTHER 8 1 ATE ^ Ut THE UV10I. THE RMTtf it itim. MA8P4rn08BTTS. aaniLao ro mrn? BMBe*A& rovm Bowm*, Nw. ?. 1M?. nta malt la tba two !*fgr?aaioa?l diatriau taw ?vrprlrtd tha frieada of tba naa*idai?a ii ?Mb Ifee. wbo ie*a>td to have afoi ; a -rao *Xacoa n< an ?W brfore a rote waa raat#ta Itft'tUiuMy ?b?eied by al Iraat 400 majority ; wl1 1* ?ii . <mM, -bwai Uawl ara ryhody ooaaadad weald ba aiaat-t, ? <??batr ? li la cadoabtadly tree that tba frarau, old itaa wfcig wtaa. la tba Foortb (l.iea'a) dlrtrV*, duliiiad ?%? low, tba drmaoraitt faaloe naadlJaia, aad rated fcr Rlee, wbo la ao old vfclg. Tba rriaa4a of aarMptoi *?>?. ar*i **"? datorMtoa tt-m to roatrat tbr alarit?- of kPT*?~, <t ? mrtMlrtl It laneed, aa tba frmtJ Uial ?Jl#?ad fmad? - re p?rpa*ra trd. It la a faai, aaonrdlac to tba ret *r??, tbat three hundred mart rrtM ware aaa? la Ward Oaa t>wi w?re Uirrwr two ya are ago; aad Botwltbatoadtac tfeto Ibet rmaua rataraa abow a largo duraaai *f pipatotlia J**, ri ? drfrat Of BariiacautaaaM ta be tfee aaly beaa Mm Ml traratto have ta pick, aad Uap ara i ?Mtarar It. Tba ?ote tor Ap|>i?vw aad RarUagaaM li a* I Appletea, Came MB Hnr?i?f*an\ rrjn biicem V* i pplrtoa 1 majority Tbonawa thai twaa la from etary part* ?i to farar at Ltoaato aad Haaaim araaMa toe aiaeaatlp Utoataatod Mraate to treat ta ( raaeall Ball M to