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esent member, Mr. Bocock. In the 6th District the contest was between John Goode, jr., present member, and Col. Wm. Martin. Goode believed to be re-elected. Goode believed to be re-elected. In the 7th District, Wm. C. Rives elected without opposition. In the 8th District the contestants were D. C. Dejarnette, present member, and James Barbour. e, 203; Imboden, 93. Attorney-General: Tucker. 362. Congress, seven precincts: Goode, 532; Martin, 379. State Senate: Sutherlin, 377; Keen, 394; Whittle, 197. HouseMunford, 2. Lieutenant Governor: Price, 30; Imboden, 31. Congress: Martin, 11; Goode, 4. State Senate, Henry District: Saunders, 8; Burwell, 0. House of Delegates, ford, 17; Wise, 1. House of Delegates: Douthal, 3. For Congress, 6th District: Goode, 64; Martin, 27. In the 12th District: Staples, 69; Emundson, 60. Charlotor: Price, 560; Imboden, 92. For Attorney General: Tucker, 589. For Congress: Goode, 436; Martin, 283. For House of Delegates: Jordan Burwell elected. Campbe