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CENSUS REPORT OF THE STATE FOR THE YEAR 1880.—Continued,

Counties. Total.

Mercer 14,674

Miller 9 807

Mississippi 9,270

Moniteau 14,349

Monroe 19,075

Montgomery .' 16,250

Morgan 10,134

New Madrid 7,694

Newton 18,948

Nodaway 29,560

Oregon 5,791

Osage 11,824

Ozark 5,618

Pemiscot 4,299

Perry 11,895

Pettis 27,285

Phelps 12,565

Pike 26,716

Platte 17,872

Polk 15,745

Pulaski 7,250

Putnam t 18,556

Ralls 11,838

Randolph 22,751

Ray 20,193

Reynolds 5,722

Ripley 5,877

St. Charles 23,060

St. Clair 14,126

St. Francois 13,822

St. Genevieve 10,390

St. Louis 81,888

Saint Louis (City) 350,522

Saline 29,912

Schuyler 10,470

Scotland 12,507

Scott 8,587

Shannon 3,441

Shelby 14,024

Stoddard....: 13,432

Stone 4,405

Sullivan 16,569

Taney 5,605

Texas 12,207

Vernon 19,370

Warren 10,806

Washington 12,895

Wayne 9,097

Webster 12,175

Worth 8,208

Wright 9,733

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The classification footings of the census of 1880 show:

Males •• 1,127,424

Native born 1,957,564

White 2,023,568

Total population in June, 1880, 2,168,804.

Females 1,041,380

Foreign born 211,240

Colored* 145,236

* This includes 92 Chinese, 2 half-Chinese, and 96 Indians and half-breeds.

The following table shows the population of Missouri at each Federal census from 1810 to 1880:

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THE STATE DEBT.

The bonded indebtedness of Missouri has various periods to run. The following table is compiled from the State Auditor's report for 18791880, and embodies all state bonds that will become payable from 1882 to 1897, at 6 per cent interest.

St. Louis & Iron Mountain Railroad series $1,361,000

Cairo & Fulton Railroad 267,000

North Missouri Railroad 1,694,000

State Debt proper 439,000

Pacific Railroad 2,971,000

Consolidation 2,727,000

Platte County Railroad 504,000

State University 201,000

Northwestern Lunatic Asylum 200,000

State Bank Stock, refunding 104,000

State Funding 1,000,000

Penitentiary Indemnity 41,000

Renewal Funding 3,850,000

School Fund Certificates 900,000

Total $16,259,000

In addition to this there are $250,000 of revenue bonds, issued June 1, 1879; and $3,000,000 bonds issued to the Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad Company.

THE STATE INCOME.

The receipts of the State from all sources during the years 1879 and 1880 were as follows:

State Revenue Fund $3,024,084.39

State Interest Fund 2,429,040.71

State School Fund 335.55

Swamp Land Indemnity Fund 15,408.05

Insurance Department Fund 31,096.40

Executors' and Administrators' Fund 6,790.07

State School Moneys 241,080.00

State Seminary Moneys 3,660.00

Earnings Missouri Penitentiary 214,358.97

Militia Fund 82.25

Total $5,965,936.39

The total balance of all moneys in the State treasury January 1,1881, was $517,517.21.

During the year 1879, the state paid a total of $6,458.00 as bounty on wolf scalps; but in 1880 the amount was only $1,428.50.

WHO MISSOURI VOTED FOR.

PRESIDENTIAL VOTES OF MISSOURI FROM 1820 TO 1880.

v,„ Presideutlal Candidates political Parties

Year- Voted for In Missouri. Political Parties.

1820 James Monroe Democratic

1824 John Q.Adams Coalition

Andrew Jackson Democratic

Henry Clay Democratic

1828 Andrew J ackson Democratic

John Q. Adams National Republican.

1832 Andrew Jackson* Democratic

1836 Martin Van Buren Democratic

W. H.Harrison Whig

Hugh L. White Independent

1840 W.H.Harrison Whig

Martin Van Buren Democratic

1844 Jas. K. Polk Democratic

. Henry Clay Whig

1848 Zachary Taylor Whig

Lewis Cass Democratic

1852 Franklin Pierce Democratic

Winfield Scott Whig

1856 Jas. Buchanan Democratic

Millard Fillmore American

1860 Abraham Lincoln Republican

J. C. Breckenridge State Rights Dem'cr't

John Bell Old Line Whig

Stephen A. Douglas . ..Union Democrat

1864 Abraham Lincoln Republican

Geo. B. McClellan Democratic

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3 D. D. Tompkins.

Nathan Sanford.

John C. Calhoun. 3 Andrew Jackson.

3 John C. Calhoun.
Richard Rush.

4 Martin Van Buren.
4 R. M. Johnson

Francis Granger.

John Tyler.

John Tyler.
4 R. M. Johnson.
7 Geo. M. Dallas.

Th. Frelingbuysen.

Millard Fillmore.
7 Wm. O. Butler.
9 Wm. R. King.

Wm. A. Graham.
9 J. C. Breckenridge.

A. J. Donelson.

Hannibal Hamlin.

Joseph Lane.

Edward Everett.
9 H. V. Johnson.
11 Andrew Johnson.

George H. Pendleton.

•This year Gen. Jackson received 5.192 majority; but tho popular vote of Missouri for this year does not appear in any of the statistical tables. The other presidential candidates this year were: Henry Clay, National Republican; John Floyd, Independent; Wm. Wirt, Anti-Mason.

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LIST OF GOVERNORS FROM 1820 TO 1880.

TEAR. NAME. REMAKES.

1820 AlexanderMcNair

1824 Frederick Bates died in office.

1825 Abraham J.Williams vice Bates.

1826 John Miller

1828 John Miller

1832 Daniel Dunklin resigned; appointed Serv. Gen. U. S.

1836 Lilburn W. Boggs vice Dunklin.

1840 Thos. Reynolds died 1844.

1844 M. M. Marmaduke vice Reynolds.

1844 John C. Edwards

1848 Austin A. King

1852 Sterling Price

1856 Trusten Polk resigned.

1857 Hancock Jackson vice Polk.

1857 Robert M. Stewart "" [State Convention.

1860 C.F.Jackson office declared vacant by Unionist

1861 Hamilton R. Gamble appointed governor by State Conven

1864 Willard P. Hall vice Gamble. Non'; died in office.

1864 Thos. Fletcher

1868 Joseph W. McClurg

1870 B. Gratz Brown

1872 Silas Woodson

1874 Charles H. Hardin

1876 John S. Phelps term now 4 years instead of 2.

1880 Thos. T. Crittenden

Year.

1820 1824 1826 1830 1832 1833

LIST OF UNITED STAES SENATORS FROM 1820 TO 1880.
Names. Year. Names.

Thomas Hart Benton

David Barton

Thomas Hart Benton

Alexander Buckner died in 1833

Thomas Hart Benton

Lewis Field Linn vice Buckner

1857 Trusten Polk

1861 Waldo Porter Johnson.

1862 Robert Wilson

1863 B. Gratz Brown

1863 John B. Henderson

1867 Chas. D. Drake resigned 1870 LIST OF UNITED STATES SENATORS FROM 1820 TO 1880.—Continued.

Year. Names.

1836 Lewis Field Linn

1838 Thomas Hart Benton

1842 Lewis Fields Linn died 1843

1843 David R. Atchison vice Linn

1844 David R. Atchison

1844 Thomas Hart Benton

1849 David R. Atchison

1851 Henry S. Geyer

1857 J as. 8. Green

Year. Names.

1869 Carl Schurz.;

1870 Daniel F. Jewett vice Drake

1871 Francis P. Blair, Jr

1873 Lewis V. Bogy

1875 Francis M. Cockrell

1879 Daniel H. Armstrong

1880 James Shields vice Bogy

1881 George G. Vest

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FROM 1820 TO 1881.

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John Scott

John Scott

John Scott

Edward Bates

Spencer Pettis

Spencer Pettis, died 1831 ... Wm. H. Ashley, vice Pettis.

Wm. H. Ashley

John Bull

Wm. H. Ashley

Albert G. Harrison

Albert G. Harrison

John Miller .'

Albert G. Harrison, died in

1839

John Miller

J.Jamison, vice Harrison..

John Miller

John C. Edwards

James M. Hughes

James H. Relfe

John Jamisom

John B. Bowlin

Gustavus M. Brown

James B. Bowlin

James H. Relfe

Sterling Price, resigned

John 8. Phelps

Leonard H. Sims

Wm. McDaniels, vice Price.

James B. Bowlin.. s

John Jameson

James S. Green

Willard P. Hall

John S Phelps

James B. Bowlin

William V. N.Bay

James S. Green

Willard P Hall

John S. Phelps

John F. Darby

Gilchrist Porter

John G. Miller

Willard P Hall

John S. Phelps

Thos H. Benton

Alfred W. Lamb

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Sr. S NAMES, h 6 0

1852 33 3 John G. Miller

4 Mordecai Oliver

5 John 8. Phelps....

James L Lindley, at large..
Samuel Carruthers, at large.

1854 34 1 L. M. Kennett

2 Gilchrist Porter

3 John I. Lindley

4 Mordecai Oliver

5 John G. Miller, died 1855...

6 John 8. Phelps

7 Samuel Carruthers

1855 34 5 Thos. P. Aiken, vice Miller.

1 Francis P. Blair

2 T.L.Anderson [1857

1856 34 3 Jas. S. Green, elec. U. 8. Sen.

4 James Craig

5 James H. Woodson

6 John S. Phelps

7 Sam'l Carruthers

1857 85 3 John B. Clark, vice Green..

1858 M 1 J. Richard Barrett, declared

not elected

2 Thos. L. Anderson

3 John B. Clark

4 Jas Craig

5 Jae. H. Woodson

6 John S. Phelps

7 John W. Noell

1860 36 1 Francis P. Blair, Jr., resigned

1 J. Richard Barrett, vice Blair 1860 37 1 Francis P. Blair, Jr

2 Jas. 8. Rollins

3 John B. Clark, expelled

4 E. H. Norton

5 John W. Reid, expelled....

6 John S.Phelps

7 John W. Noell

1862 87 3 Wm. A. Hall, vice Clark

5 Thos. L. Price, vice Reid ...

1862 38 1 Francis P. Blair

2 Henry T. Blow

3 John W. Noell, died 1863...

4 Sempronius 8. Boyd

5 Joseph W. McClurg

6 Austin A. King

7 Benjamin F. Loan

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