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OREGON. 3 Republicaus and 1 Democrat. House Pendieton 67, blank votes 36. Stephea John. 1878, September 17.-F0D, James H. son 3 ; absentees 3–1 Republicaa and 2 Slater was elected to succeed Hon. John H. Democrats.

Mitchell, from March 4, 1879, to March 3, The following ballots were taken in the 1985. The vote was as follows: Senate Democratic caucus. January 10, called to Slater 18, N. B. Knight 3, James K. Kelly make a nomination-47 votes being re- 2, W. D. Hare 2 J. N. Dolph 2, L. L. Row. quired:

land 2, Jesse Applegate 1. House-Slater

30, Boise 6, W. C. Johnson 4, Haro 3, John Names.

H. Mitchell 2, James W. Nesmith 2, Dolph 2, J. F. Watson 2, scatter.ng 4, blank 3, ab.

sent 2. George H, Pendleton.. 40 46 51

VERMONT. George W. Morgan..

22 19 16 Thomas Ewing.

17 20 19 1878. October 15.- Hon. Justin s. MorDurbin Ward..

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rill was reëlected, from March 4, 1879, to Frank H. Hurd.

March 3, 1885. The vote was: SonateGeorge L. Converse.

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Morrill 26, Frederick Billings 2, Dickey 1, Henry B. Payne.

2 1 Barrett 1. House-Morrill 161, Dickey 59,

H. H. Powers 9, E. J. Phelps 4, c. C. Mar. Total.

90 92 92 tin 2, Billings 1.

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Nevada.
Now Hampshire.
New Jersey-
Now.York..

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22 22 Oregon

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Principal Executive and Diplomatic Officers of the United States.

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THE EXECUTIVE.
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio, President of the Unite 1 States....... Salary $50,000
WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York, Vice-President.....

8,000
THE CABINET.
WILLIAM M. EVARTS, of New York, Secretary of State.....

Salary $8,000 JOHN SHERMAN, of Ohio, Secretary of the Treasury ........

8,000 GEORGE W. MCCRARY, of Iowa, Secretary of War..

8,000 RICHARD W. THOMPSON, of Indiana, Secretary of the Navy.

8,000 CARL SCHURZ, of Missouri, Secretary of the interior..

8,000 DAVID M.KEY, of Tennessee, Postmaster-General..

8,000 CHARLES DEVENS, of Massachusetts, Attorney-General...

8,000 PRINCIPAL OFFICERS IN THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. STATE DEPARTMENT.

Inspector-General-Randolph B. Marcy Assistant Secretary-Frederick W. Seward (1861), Mass.* (1377), N. T.; salary. $3,500.

Quarterin aster-General -- Montgomery C. Second Assistant & cretary-William Hun- Veigs (1861), Ga.* ter (1866), R. I., $3,500.

Commissary-General - Robert Macfeely Third Assistant Secretary-Charles Payson (1875), Penn.* (1878), Mass., $3,500.

Surgeon-General-Jog. K. Barnes (1864),

Penn.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

Paymaster.General - Benj. Alvord (1876),
Assistant Secretaries-John B. Hawley Vt.*
(1877), II., $4,500; Henry F. French (1876),

Chief of Engineers-Andrew A. Hum. Mass., $4,500.

phreys (1866), Penn.“ Bureau of Engraving and Printing-Or.

Chief of Crdnance-Stephen V. Benet samus H. Irish (1878), Neb., $4,500.

(1874), Fla. Supervising Architect-J. G. Hill (1876), Bureau of Military Justice-W. McKeo Mass., $4,500.

Dunn (1875), Ind.
Bureau of Statistics-Joseph Nimmo, jr. Chiej Signal Officer-Albert J.Myer(1866),
(1878), N. Y., $2,400.

N. Y.
First Controller_Albert G. Porter (1878),
Ind., $5,000.

XAVY DEPARTMENT.
Second Controlier-Wm. W. Upton (1877),

Bureau | Yards and Docks-Richard L.
Or.. $5,000.

Law (1878), Ind. t
Commissioner of Customs-Henry C. John.

Bureau of Navigation-Wiliam D.Whiting
son (1874), Penn., $4,000.
First Auditor-Robert M. Reynolds (1878),

(1878), Mass.* |

Bureau of Ordnance-William N. Jeffers Ala.. $3.600

(1873), D. C.
Second Auditor-Ezra B. French (1861),

Bureau of Provisions and Clothing-Geo.
Me.. $3,600.
Third Auditor-Horace Austin (1876),

F. Cutter (1877), Mass." +

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery-J. Win.
Mion.. $3,600.
Fourth Auditor-Stephen J. W. Tabor

throp Taylor (1878), N. J.*

Bureau of Construction and Repair-John (1963), Iowa, $3,600.

W. Easby (1877), D. C.*
Fifth Auditor-Jacob H. Ela (1872), N.

Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting-Earl
H., $3,600.
Sixth Auditor-Jacob M. McGrew (1875),

Eaglish (1878). M. J.*

Bureau of Steam Engineering-William II.
Ohio, $3,600,

Shock (1877), Md.*
Treasurer-James Gilfillan (1877). Cond.,

Solicitor-John A. Bolles (1866), Mass., $6,000,

$3,500. Register-Glenni W. Scofield (1878), Pegn.,

Commander of Marine Corps-Charles G. $4,000.

Controller of the Currency-John J. Knox McCawley (1877), Penn.*
(1872), N. Y.. $3,000.

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.
Commissioner of Internal Revenuc-Green
Raum (1876), III., $6,000.

First Assistant Postmaster.General-James
Solicitor-Kenneth Rayner (1876), M183., N. Tyner (1877), Ir.d., $3,500.
$3.000.

S ronit Assistant Postonaster. General Superintendent Life-Saring Service-Sum. Tho8. J. Brady (1876), Ind., $3,500. ner L. Kimball (1878), Maine, $1,000.

Third Assistant Postmaster-General-Abra

ham D. Hazen (1877), Penn., $3,500. WAR DEPARTMENT.

Assistant Attorney General, Post-One DeAdjutant-General-Edward D. Townsend partment - Alfred A. Freeman (1877), Tenn., (1809), Mass.

$4,000. * Salary made

pay and sundry allowances + Also Paymaster-General.

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INTERIOR DEPARTMENT,

Auditor of Railroad Accounts-Theophilus

French (1878), Obio, $5,000. 488istant Secretary-Alonzo Bell (1877),

DEPARTMENT OF JUBTICE.
N. Y., $3,500.
Assistant Attorney-General – Edgar M. (1872), N, C., $7.000.

Solicitor-General - Samaci F. Phillips
Marble (1877), Mich., $5,000.
Commissioner of Land Ofice- Jas A. W

Assistant. Attorneys.General-Edwin B. liamson (1876), lowa, $4,000.

Smith (1875 ,Me., $5,000 ; Thomas Simons Pension Opice~John A. Bentley (1876). (1875), N. Y. $5,000. Wis., $3,600.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Commissioner of Patents-Halbert E.

Commissioner-William G. Le Duc (1877), Paine (1878). Wis., $4,500.

Minn., $3,000. Commissioner of Indian Affairs-Ezra A.

GOVERNMENT PRINTING CFFICE. Hayt (1877), N. Y.: $3,000.

Commissioner of Education-John Eaton Public Printer-John D. Defrecs (1877), (1870), Tenn., $3,000.

W. Va., $3,600.

PRINCIPAL DIPLOMATIC OFFICERS.
ENVOYS EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTERS PLENIPOTINTIARY.
Country

Capital.
Ministers.

Salary. App'd. Austria-Hungary Vienna.

John A. Kasson, Iowa...

$12,000..1877 Brazil.. Rio Janeiro.. Henry W. Hilliard, Georgia

12,000..1877 Chili.. Santiago. .Thomas A. Osborn, Kansas.

10.000..1877 China

Peking George F. Seward, New York.... 12,000..1876 Franco. Paris. ... Edward F. Noyes, Ohio..

17,500..1877 Germany

.Berlin.

.Bayard Taylor, Pennsylvania. 17.600..1878 Great Britain.

London John Welsh, Pennsylvania.. 17,500..1877 Italy

Rome

..George P. Marsh, Vermont.. 12,000..1861 Japan

Yodo.

.John A. Bingham, Ohio............ 12,000..1873 Mexico....... .Mexico..........John W. Foster, Indiana.

12.00...1873 Peru

Lima.

.Richard Gibbs, New York., 10,000..1875 Russia

.st. Petersburg Edwin W. Stoughton, New York... 17,500..1877 Spain

Madrid.. .......Jas. Russell Lowell, Massachusetts 12,000..1877

MINISTERS RESIDENT.. Argentino Republic... .... Buenos Ayres.. Thomas 0. Osborn, Illinois....... 7,500..1874 Belgium

brussels....... Ayres Phillips Merrill, Mississippi. 7,600..1876 Bolivla

La Paz..........8. Newton Pettis, Pennsylvania . 5,000)..1878 Central American StatesGuatemala....... George Williamson, Louisiana.. 10,000..1873 Colombia.

.....Eogota

.Ernest Dichman, Wisconsin. 7,500..1878 Hawaiian Islands. Honolulu. James M. Comly, Ohio...

7,500..1877 Hayti. Port-au-Prince..John M. Langston, Ohio*.

7,500..1877 Liberia..

Monrovia.. .John H. Smyth, North Carolina".. 4,000..1878 Netherlands. The Hague ..James Birney, Michigan...

7,500...1876 Sweden and Norway.....Stockholm. ..John L. Stevens, Maine.

7,500..1877 Turkey....

.Constantinople. Horace Maynard, Tennesseo 7,500..1875 Venezuela

Caracas. ........
.Jehu Baker, Illinois..

7,500..1878
CHARGES D'AFFAIRES.
Denmark
..Copenhagen. ....M. J. Cramer, Kentucky.

5,000..1876 Greece....

Athens. John M. Head, Pennsylvania. 6,000..1876 Portugal.

.Lisbon... Benjamin Moran, Pennsylvania... 6,000..1876 Switzerland..

.Berne

.Nicholas Fish, New York..... 5,000..1877 Uruguay and I araguay.Montevideo.....John C. Caldwell, Maino.

5,000.1877 CONSULS-GENERAL. Austria-Hungary.....

Vienna..........
.P. Sidney Post, Illinois..

3,000 Brazil..

Rio Janeiro. Thos. Adamson, Pennsylvania.. 6,000
China
Shanghai

6,000
Franco.
Paris.. ........Lucius Fairchild, Wisconein.

6,000
Berlin
Germany

4,000
.H. Kreismann, Illinois.
Frankfort....... Alfred E. Lee, Ohio...:

3,000
Calcutta ... .A. C. Litchfield, Michigan.

5,000 Great Britain. London Adam Badeau, New York,

6,000 Melbourne.. .Oliver M. Spencer, Iowa

4,500 Montreal..... ..John Q. Smith, Ohio.....

4,000 Italy

Rome..

.Charles McMillan, New York..... 3,000
Japan..

Kanaguva... . Thomas B. Van Buren, New Jeracy 4,000
Moxico..
Mexico..........Justin E. Colburn, Vermont.

2,000
Russia
..St. Petersburg. Wm. H.Edwards, D. C.

2,000 Spain..

Havana.....
IIenry C. Hall, Connecticut

6,000

4,000 Turkay.

{ Constantinople.G. Harris Heap, Pennsylvania.... 3,000

* Minister-Resident and Consul General.

Principal Judicial Officers of the United States.

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JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. Tille of once. Name and state. No. of Cir. IVhen and by whom app'd. Balary. Chie! Justice- MORRISON R. WAITE, Ohio. Fourth....1871....0.8. Grant. $10,000 Associate-Justice-Nathan Clifford, Me... ..First.. 1858....James Buchanan.. 10,000 Noah H. Bwayne, Ohio... Sixth

.102....Avraham Lincolo. 10,000 Samuel F. Miller, Iowa... Eighth ....1862.... Abraham Lincoln. 10,000 Srephen J. Field, Cal.....Ninth. 1863.... Abraham Lincoln. 10,000 William Strong, Penn ...Third.. 1870....U.S. Grant......... 10,000 Joseph P: Bradley, N. J. Fifth

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.U.S. Grant.. 10,000

Second.....1872 U.S. Grant........ 10,000 John M. Harlan, Ky......Seventh....1877....R. B. IIaves....... 10,000 The First Circuit consists of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachnsetts, and Rhode Island ; the Second, of New York, Vermont, and

Connecticut; the Third, of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, add Delaware : the Fourth, of Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, an 1 South Carolina; the Fifth, of Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippl, Lon. isiana, and Texas; the Sixth, of Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennessee ; the Seventh, of Indiana, Minois, and W1sconsin ; the Eighth, of Minnesota, lowa, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Nebraska, and Colorado ; 'tho Ninth, of California, Oregon, and Nevada.

COURT OF CLAIMS. Title of Onice. Name and state.

When and by whom appointed. Salary Chief Justice-CHARLES D. DRAKE, MO....

.]870....U. 8. Grant...

$4,500 Associate Justice-Charles C. Nott, X. Y... .1865.... Abraham Lincoln.

4,500 William A. Richardson, Mass...1874,...U. 8. Grant...

4.600) J.C. Bancroft Davis, N. Y......1878....R. B. Haves.

4,50) William H. Iunt, La... ......1878....R. B. Hayes.

4,500 CIRCUIT JUDGES. First circuit (Maine, Massachusetts, Ņew.Hampshire, Rhode Island)--Vacant. Second Circuit (Connecticut, New York, Vermont)-Samuel Blatchford, N. Y., $6.000. Third Circuit (Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania)-Wm. McKennan. Penn., °C,000. Fourth Circuit (Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia)-Hngh L. Bond, Md., 46,000.

Fifth Circuit (Alabama, Colorado, Florida Georgian Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri,
Nebraska, Texas)-Wm. B. Woods, Ala., $6,000.
Birth Circuit (Kentucky. Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee)-Jobn Baxter, Tenn.. $6.005.
Seventh Circuit (Illinois, Indiana. Wisconsin)-Thomas Drummond, Ill., $6,000.
Eighth Circuit (Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota)-John F. Dillon, Iowa, $6,003.
Ninth Circuit (California, Nevada, Oregon)-Lorenzo Sawyer, Cal., $5,000.

DISTRICT JUDGES.
Alabama-John Drnce, Montgomery. Fifth Circuit, $3,500.
Arkansas (E, D.)-Henry C. Caldwell, Little Rock, Eighth Circult, $3,500.
Arkansas (W. D.)-Isaac C. Parker, Fort Smith, Eighth Circuit, $3,500.
California-Ogden Hoffman, San Francisco, Ninth Circuit, $4,000.
Colorado-Moses Hallett, Denver, Eighth Circuit. $5,000.
Connecticul-Nathaniel Shipman, Hartford, Second Circuit, $3,500.
Delaware- Edward G. Bradford, Wilmington, Third Circuit, $3,500.
Horida (N.D.)-Thomas Settlo, Jacksonville, Fifth Circuit, $3,500.
Florida (8. D.)–James W. Locke, Key West, Fifth Circuit, $3,600.
Georgia - John Erskine, Atlanta, Fifth Circuit, $3,500.
Illinois (N. D.)-Henry W. Blodgett, Chicago. Seventh Circuit, $3,500.
Illinois (8. D.)-Samuel H. Treat, Jr., Springfield, Seventh Circuit, $3,500.
Indiana-Walter Q. Gresham, Indianapolis, seventh Circuit, $3,600.
Inwa-James M. Love, Keokuk, Eighth Circuit, $3,500.
Kansas-Cassius G. Foster, Atchison, Eighth Circuit, $3,500.
Kentucky-Bland Ballard, Louisville, Sixth Circuit, $3,000.
Louisiana_Edward C. Billings, New Orleans, Fifth

Circuit, $4,500.
Naine-Edward Fox, Portland, First Circuit, $3,500.
Maryland-William F. Giles, Baltimore, Fourth Circuit. $4.000.
Massachusetts-John Lowell, Boston, First Circuit, $4,000.
Michigan (ED.)-Henry B. rown, Detroit, Sixth Circuit, $3,600.
Michigan (W. D.)-Solomon L. Withey, Grand Rapids, sixth Circuit. $3,500.
Minnesota-Rennsselaer R, Nelson, St. Paul, Eighth

Circuit, $3,300.
Mississippi-Robert A. Hill, Oxford, Fifth Circuit, $3,500.
Missouri (E. D.)-Samuel Treat, St. Louis, Eighth Circuit, $3,500.
Missouri (W. D.)-Arnold Krekel, Jefferson City. Eighth Circuit, $3,600.
Nebraska-Elmer 8. Dandy, Falls City, Eighth Circuit, $3,500.
Nerada, Edgar W. Hillyer, Carson, Ninth Circuit, $3,500.
New-Ham

pshire-Daniel Clark, Manchester, First Circuit. $3,500,
NO-Jersey John T. Nixou, Trenton, Third Circuit. $4.000.
Reic-York (N. D.)-William J. Wallace, Syracuse, Second Circuit, $4,000.
New York 18. D.)-William G. Choato, New.York, Second Circuit, $4,000.

New-York (E. D.)--Charles L. Benedict, Brooklyn, Second Circut, $1.000.
North Carolina (E. D.)-George W. Brooks, Elizabeth City, Fourth Circuit, $3,500,
North Carolina (W. D.)–Robert P. Dick, Greensboro, Fourth Circuit, $3,500.
Ohio (E. D.)-Martin Welker, Wooster, Sixth Circuit, $3,500.
Ohio (W. D.)-Philip B. Swing, Batavia, Sixth Circuit, $4,000.
Oregon-Matthew P. Deady, Portland. Ninth Circuit, $3,500.
Pennsylvania (E. D.) John Cadwalader, Tbird Circuit, $4,000.
Pennsylvania (W. D.)-Winthrop W. Ketchum, Pittsburg, Third Circuit, $4,000.
Rhode Island-John P. Knowles, Providence, First Circuit, #3,500.
South Carolina-George S. Bryan, Charleston, Fourth Circuit. $3.500.
Tennessee (E. and M. Þ.)-Connally F. Trigg. Bristol, Sixth Circuit, $3.500.
Tennessee | W. D.)– Eli s. Hammond, Memphis, Sixth Circuit, $3.500.
Texas (E. D.)- Amos Morrill, Galveston, Fifth Circuit, $3.500.
Texas (W. D.)-Thomas H. Duval, Austin, Fifth Circuit, $3.500.
Vermont-Hoyt H. Wheeler, Burlington, Second Circuit, 43,500.
Virginia (E. D.)-Robert W. Hughes, Richmond, Fourth Circuii, $3,500.
Virginia ( W. D.)- Alexander Rives, Charlottesville, Fourth Circuit, $3,500.
West Virginia-John J. Jackson, jr., Parkersburg, Fourth Circuit, $3,500.
Wisconsin (E. D )-Charles E. Dyer, Kacine, Seventh Circuit, $3,500.
Wisconsin (W, D.)-Romanza Buon, Madison, Seventh Circuit, $3,500.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Chief Justice-DAVID K. CARTTER, Ohio.

Balary $4,600. Justice-Abram B. Olin, N. Y., $4.000. Justice- David C. Humphreys, Ala., $1,040. Andrew Wylie, D. C., $4,000.

Arthur MacArthur, Wis., $4,000. UNITED STATES COURTS IN THE TERRITORIES. ARIZONA-Chief Justice : C. G. W. French. Associates : Charles Silent, De Forest Porter. DAKOTA-Chief Justice: Peter C. Shannon. Associates : Gideon C. Moory, A. H. Barnes. IDAHO-Chief Justice: Madison E. Holiisier. Associates: John Clark, H. E. Prickett. MONTANA-Chief Justice : D. S. Wade. Associates : H. N. Blake, Hiram Knowles. NEW MEXICO-Chief Justice : Vacant. Associates : Warren Bristol, Sam). C. Parke. UTAH-Chief Justice : Michael Shaeffer. Axsociates : P.H.Emerson, Jacob S. Boreman. WASHINGTON-Chief Justice: J. R. Lewis. Associates: Roger S. Green, Saml.C.Wingard. WYOMING- Chiej.Justice: Jos. W. Fisher. A88ociates : Jacub B, Blair,' W'm. Ware Peck.

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TRADE AND COMMERCE.

MERCHANT FLEETS OF THE WORLD. We learn from the Bureau Veritas that the total number of sailing ships in the civilized world at the end of 1877 was 51,912, and that the total pumber of steamships was 5,471 as follows:

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United States.
France...
Germany......
Spain
Hoiland.
Russia
Italy,
Sweden.
Austria
Denmark

3,133

3,283.911
674,036
319,179
259,785
176,3:0
112,879
105,011
95.303
87,280
83,540
64,677

Norway
South America
Belgium.
Turkey and Egypt..
Asie.
Portugal
Central America.
Greece

542 272 220 2:24 110 145 110 210 74 96

64,649 58,649 35,471 31,467 29,314 22,580 10,152 7,621

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5,471

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