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Adams........... 431 92.... 111 86 0
David Taylor rec'd 148 votes. Maj. for Washburn,
4,036; do. for Pierce, 588.
III. Billinghurst. Macy. Scott. Pierce. Hale.
Total ....... 13359 8596... .8183 14130 2530
Harvey G. Turner received 1,925 votes for Congress.
SENATE—Republicans...... 12; Democrats.......13.
In this State an election was held for Congress and Legislature. In the Ist District Alfred B. Greenwood was re-elected, and in the IId, Albert Rust was chosen —both Democrats, and elected without serious opposition. The Legislature is largely Democratic.
The election in this State was for Congress and Legislature, and the contest did not partake of a partisan character to any considerable extent. iiie white people of South Carolina (two fifths of the population) are excessively, Democratic; and the first and impor. tant article of their creed proclaims the right of mer. chandising, unrestrained and unquestioned, in the flesh and blood of the other three fifths.
In the Ist District there was a personal contest which resulted as follows:
Dists. McQueen.Wilson. Chesterfield. 738 345
In the IId District William Aiken was re-elected without o Ho'o.
In the | Id District Hon. Lawrence M. Keitt was re-elected without opposition.
In the IVth District the contest was as follows:
Dists. - Brooks. Garlington. Abbeville.................... 1358 437 Edgefield.................. ... 2315 474 Laurens...................... 757 1169 Lexington................... . 1042 130 Newberry................ .... 646 841 Total................... ...6118 3051
Maj; for Preston S. Brooks, 3067.
In the Wth, District Hon. James L. Orr; and in the WIth Hon. Wm. W. Boyce were re-elected without opposition.
The Legislature of this State is strictly Democratic according to the South Carolina idea of that word.
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