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Gross Aggregate Receipts by States and Territories.
JBtates & Territories
Hscal years ended June 30,

Total from Sept.1
1876.
1877.
1874.

1862. 1 Alabama

$109,340 97 $108,010 00 $137,969 57 $14,260,277 89 2 Arizona Ter. 11,976 36 15.520 47

20,371 01 3 Arkansas.

157,700 57 68,201 08 85.850 09 114,735 77 4 California.

4,094,691 48 3,095,039 90 2,749,593 74 2,146,789 46 56,112,464 00 5 Colorado.

72,668 67 75,774 58 83,507 90 1,327,410 71 6 Convecticut

658,114 51 661.420 26 580,335 53 44,539,672 91 7 Dakota Ter... 12,156 36 22,395 76

29,934 20 138,930 20 Delaware* 417,592 83 98,682 04

7,161,103 17 81 Dolawaret. Delawaret.

319,888 44

349,888 44

21,704 89 480,937 00 9 Dist. of Columbia 1

602,641 83 114.599 26

26.017 94 10 Florida....

5,06.3,637 40 174,267 70 185,890 61 183,823 38 11 Georgia

2,468,020 13 362,726 44 278,879 30 333,519 90 20,613,644 67 12 Idaho Ter..

16,993 8%

16,561 60 19,777 61 587,261 73 13 mlincis.

23,730,694 18 21,870,203 14 19,669,791 32 233,673,726 50 14 Indiana.

5,679,126 27 6,037,220 27 5,710,837 50 72,664,558 61 16Iowa.

1,212,617 93 811,399 78 968,851 13 19,690, 93 91 16 Kansas..

151,604 43 139,763 33 153,357 501 17 Kentucky.

5,175,281 89 7,705,592 75 9,534,424 95 6,880,614 15 101.012,299 47 18 Louisiana

529,787 69 626,140 26 850,341 46 33,753,786 39 19 Maine..

90.655 97
79,620 89

70.695 78 20 Maryland.

14,053,468 41 2,577,879 12 2,705,246 10 2.320,795 24 60,447,353 78 21 Massachusetts..

2.752.215 87 2.668,726 56 2.424,393 77 22 Michigan...

173,275,883 08 2,066,163 80 1,821,882 00 1,802.803 34 35,515,741 04 22 Minnesota...

248,776 18 23,461 70 275,002 75 24 Mississippi..

4,389,535 71 85,165 44 78,163 30 86,824 03 10,549,890 22 20 Missoul..

2,981,941 51 4,450.067 73 5,071,233 42 75,565,746 06 26 Montana Ter... 20.982 80 20,729 98

27,103 88 27 Nebraska..

759,498 63 502,395 59 602,749 36 699,821 3 3.939.877 67 28 Nevada...

67,929 13 68.312 43 59.017 46 29 New Hampshire

2,240.792 42 260, 261 28 234,998 99 228,188 11 15,918.621 29 30 New Jersey

3,779,949 88

4,987,960 90 0,095,325 19 C9,048,072 24 31 New-Mex on Tur... 22,161 60 17.710 76

19.825 36 32 New York.

534,489 47 14,616,723 99 14,452,178 57 14,951,519 56 33 North Carolina..

478,401,886 06 1.671,138 29 1.775,847 99 1,818,459 92 18,450,416 70 34 Ohio...

16,587,908 61 15,474,689 79 14,770,506 37 246,397,075 46 36 Oregon

49.572 62 63,100 28 60,682 89 36 Pennsylvania

2,420,576 80 6,913.431 801 6,279,046 33 5,917,421 76 37 Rhodo Island.

227,816,459 54 222,62 63 233,164 87

246.709 66 26,519.670 29 38 Sonth Carolina... 105,803 91 105.632 56

119,241 69 7.890.732 55 39 Tennessee.. 596.713 67 897,181 73

814,485 OS 21,533.20.1 69 40 Texas

245,708 74 237,949 10 265,932 14 41 Utan Ter..

9,697,249 52 33,331 86 28,438 13 43,936 23 42 Vermout..

650.727 93 47,125 10 50,093 11

44,33949 43 Virginia

6,815,418 19 7,314,393 64 7,932.220 78 44 Washingtou Ter...

6,501,730 29 66,845,500 53 20,411 13 21,373 46

23,011 00 4. Wost Virginia.

617.366 11 480,978 10 461,030 69 46 Wisconsin

326,471 67 8,941,388 81 8,308,770 31 2,867,439 69 47 Wyomiag Ter..

2,431,301 23 31,234,786 93 15,063 37 16,201 45

15, 207 28

127.862 37 Agg. receipts.. 110,718,011 08 112.544,657 31 104,717,320 36 2,244,246,989 63 1 Adhesive stamps... 6,518,487 51 6,450,429 15

6,380,405 13 171.419,441 83 2 Salarieg..

688 27
97 79

14,02,82643 3 Passports, St. Dep. 4 Fiues, penaltics,&c.

187,632 29 reported by U. s. officers other than

in. rev. collectors 5 Collections on arti.

800,985 40 cles produced in the late insurrectionary, Cistricts, mado by special

Treasury agents.. 6 Collections made by

2,038,309 87 contract od, act cf May 8, 1872....

216.027 34 Agr. rec'ts from

all sourceg.... 117,237,056 81 118,905,184 20 111,097,725 49 2,432,939,182 79
Add supplement's
collections.

1,028,733 90 Total, 1862 to 1878)

$2,433,967,916 69 * Old district abolished Obtober 2, 1876. | New district constituted October 2, 1876. # New district constituted June 19. 1877. Amounts collected since October 2, 1876, are returned in Third District of Marylan1.

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Debt bearing interest in law. ş Napgpension fund at :

STATEMENT OF NOVEMDER SO, 1878.
Debt bearing Interest in Coin.

Rate of
Title of Loan.

When redeemable.

Amount outInterest

standing Loan of 1858. 5 per ct. After Jan. 1, 1874.

$260,000 00 Loan of Feb'y, 1861 ('818)

6 per ct.

18,416,000 00 Oregon War Debt. 6 per ct.

945,000 00 Loan of J'y & Aug. '61 ('818).

6 per ct. After June 30, 1881. 189,321,350 00 Loan of 1863 (818).

6 per ct. After June 30, 1881. 75,000,000 00 Ten-torties of 1864

5 per ct. After March 1, 1874. 194,566,300 00 Consols of 1865.

6 jer ct. After July 1, 1870... 36,223, 150 00 Consols of 1807.

6 per ct. After July 1, 1872.. 310,614,800 00 Consols of 1863.

6 per ct. After July 1, 1873... 37.406,300 00 Funded Loan of 1881.

6 per ct. After May 1, 1881. 608,440,300 00 Fundad Loan of 1891

44 pr ct. After Sept. 1, 1891. 250,000,0 000 Fanded Loan of 1907.

4 per ct. After July 1, 1907 177,500,000 00 Aggregate of debt bearing interest in coin.

*$1 79-750,750 00 This amount includes $20.000.000 five-twenty ca'led bords not yet matured, against which a hike amouut of 4 per cent bonds have been issued, and are embraced in this itatu. ment, and the amount included in the coin balance.

Debt bearing Interest in Lawful Money.
Xavy Pension Fund... 13 per cent. 1 Int. only applicablo to pay't of pensions | $14,000,000

Debt on which Interest has ceased since Maturity.
Aggregate of debt on which interest has ceased since maturity... ...23,661,240 26

Debt bearing no Interest,
Aggregate of debt bearing no interest.....

$136,200,s: 3 33 RECAPITULATION.

Principal. Init.ole & nup'd
Debt bearing interest in coin: Bonds at 6 per cent..... $067,184,100 0

Bonds at 6 per cent... 703 266,650 00
Bonds a: 4 per cent... 230,000,000 1 0
Bonds at 4 per cent... 177,500,000 00

$1,798,750,700 00 $29,522,038 22 money

per cent.

14,000,000 00 171.000 00 Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity

23,666,240 26 396,319 63 Debt bearing no interest : O demand and legal-ionder

poteg..

3-46.743,071 00 Certificates of deposit... 37,080,000 00 Fractional currency.

16,150,342 89 Coin and silver certificates. 36,236,420 00

$436,209,833 89 Coclaimed interest..

8,197 03 Total principal of debt...

$2,272,626,824 15 $30.102.084 78 Adu interest accrued and unpaid.

301,102,084 78 Toral debt.

$ 2302,728,908 OS Cash in Treasury : Coin....

$223,564,756 41
Correucy.....

4,669,826 73
Currency held for redemption of fractional curr'cr. 10,000,000 00
Special deposit held for redemption of certificates
of deposit, as provided by law......

27,080,00100

275.314,583 14 Debt, less cash in the Treasury December 1, 1878.

$ 2027.414,325 79 Debt, less cash in the Treasury November 1, 1878.

2024.200,083 18 Increase of debt during the month..

$3,214,242 01 Decrease of debt since June 30, 1878..

$8,372,506 03 Bonds issued tu the Pacific Railway Companies, payable in 30 years, Intor

est payable in Lawful Moncy.
Interest Ac.

uler't repala

Balance of Principal crued and

Interest pain by Trauspor. Interest paid
Name of Railway. Outstand'ng

not yet puid.
by the United tation of

by the

statos. Mails, etc. United Siateg Central Pacific. $25,885,120 #647,128 00 15,687,019 27 $2,478,165 60 13,280,863 67 Kansas Pacific

6,303,000 107,575 0 4,238.433 09 1,716,440 50 2,522,992 59 Union Pacific.

27,236,512 680,912 80 16,786,896 81 6,087,839 53 10.699,037 28 Central Branch, U.P. 1,600,000 40,000 00 1,069, 08 26 71,445 54 998,362 72 Western Pacific.. 1,970,500 49,264 00 1,077,080 94 9,367 00 1,067.713 94 Sioux City & Pacific.. 1,628,320 40,708 001 975.801 49 83,648 56 892,152 93 Totals..

$64,623,51€ 1,615,587 40 39,835,039 8t 10,445,916 73 29.889,123 13

December 2, 1878, to March 3, 1879.

SENATE. WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York, Vice-President and President of tho Senale.

GEORGE C. GORHAM, of California, Secretary. (Republicans (in Roman), 39; Democrats (in italic), 36; Independent (in SMALL CAPI. TALS), 1.-Total, 76. New Senators marked with a *.] ALABAMA.

Term ex.

Home Post Office. Term ex. Home Post Office.

MI88185IPPI. 1879 Georgo E. Spencer.. Decatur, 1881 Blancho K. Bruce.... Florerville. 1883 John T. Morgan..

.Solma. 1883 * Lucius Q. C. Lamar.......Oxford, ARKANSAS.

MISSOURI. 1879 Stephen W. Dorsey. Helena, 1879 * David H. Armstrong..... St. Louis. 1383 * Augustus II. Garlar.d.. ..Little Rock. 1881 Francis M. Cockrell........Warredsb's. CALIFORNIA

NBBRABKA. 1879 Xaron A. Sargent.. Novada. 1881 Algernon S. Paddock. Beatrice. 1881 Nowton Booth. Sacramento. 1783 * Alvin Saunders

.Omala. COLORADO.

NEVADA. 1879 Jeromo B. Chaffee... Denver. 1879 John P. Jones.....

Gola Hill. 1883 Henry M. Teller.... Central City 1881 Wi liam Sharon.. Virginia C'y CONNECTICUT.

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 1879 William H. Barnum Limo Rock. 1879 Bainbridge Wadleigh......Milford. 1881 William W. Eaton..... Hartford. 1883 Edward H. Rollins.. Concord, DELAWARE.

NEW JERSEY. 1881 Thomas F. Bayard... ..Wilmington. 1881 Theodore F. Randolph.....Morristown. 1883 Eli Saulsbury.

.Dover.

1883 -John R. McPherson.. .Jersey City. FLORIDA

NEW-YORK. 1879 Simon B. Conover.... Tallahassee. 1879 Roscoe Conkling.

Ulica.
1881 Charles W. Jones..
Ponsacola. 1881 Francis Kernan

.Ulica
GEORGIA.

NORTH CAROLIXA. 1879 John B. Gordon

Atlanta, 1879 Augustus S. Merrimon.....Raleigh. 1833 * Benjamin H. Hill ........ Atlanta. 1883 Matt W. Ransom.

Weldon. ILLINOIS.

OH10. 1879 Richard J. Oglesby Decatur. 1879* Stanley Matthews...... Cincinnati. 1883 *DAVID DAVIS...... .Bloomingt'n 1881 Allen G. Thurman.. ....Co.umbus. INDIAXA.

OREGON. 1879 ** Daniel W. Voorhees. Terre Haute 1879 John H. Mitchell

Portland. 1881 Joseph E. McDonald ....... Indianap'lis. 1883 * Lafayette Grover ..Salem. IOWA.

PENNSYLVANIA. 1879 W Diam B. Allison... .Dubuque. 1879 *Jas. Donald Cameron.....Harrisburg. 1883 *Samuel J. Kirkwood. ...Iowa City. 1381 William A. Wallace.. .Cleartield. KANSAS.

RHODE ISLAND 1879 John J. Ingalls...

Atchison. 1881 Ambroso E. Burnside. Bristol. 1833 * Proston B. Plumb... Emporia. 1883 Henry B. Anthony Providence. KENTUCKY.

SOUTH CAROLINA. 1979 Thomas C. McCreery. Owensboro'. 1879 John J. Patterson.. ...Columbia. 1883 *James B. Beck.

Lexington. 1883 * Manning C. Butler ...Edgefield. LOUISLAYA.

TENNESSEE. 1979 *James B. Eustis. New-Orleans. 1881 James E. Bailey..

Clarksvillo. 1883 *William Pitt Kellog:. .Now-Orleans. 1833 * Isham G. Harris.. .Memphis. MAINB.

TEXAS. 1881 Hannibal Hamlin.. .Bangor. 1881 Sam B. Maxey.

Paris.
1993 James G. Blune.
Augusta. 1883 *Richard Coke..

Waco.
MARYLAXD.

VERMONT. 1879 George R. Denn18.... Kingston. 1879 Justin B. Morrill..

.Strafford. 1881 w.lliam Pinkney Whyte... Baldmore. 1881 George F. Edmunds ....... Buriington. MASSACHUSETTS.

VIRGINIA. 1331 Henry L. Dawes.. Pittsfield. 1881 Robert E. Withers.

Wytheville. 1883 "George F. Hcar.. ... Worcester. 1883 John W. Johnston.. Abingdon. BICHIGAX.

WEST VIRGINLA. 1881 Isaac P. Christiancy....... Lansing.

1831 Frank Hereford..

Ucion. 1883 Thomas W. Ferry.... ...Gr'd Haven. 1883 Henry G. Davis..

Piedmont. MIXXESOTA.

WISCONSIX. 1881 Samuel J. R. McMillan....St. Paul. 1879 T.moihy O. Howo.... .Green Bas 1833 William Wiadom........... Winona 1581 Angus Cameron... .........La Crosso.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

SAMUEL J. RANDALL, of Pennsylvania, Speaker. GEORGE M. ADAMS, of Kentucky, Clerk. [Republicans (in Roman), 137; Democrats (in Italie), 156; no vacancy.-Total number. 293. Members of the XLIVth Congress marked with a*; of a preceding Congress, 1.1 ALABAMA 10 William H. Calkins.

MINNESOTA, 1 James Taylor Jones. 11 James L. Evang."

1 Mark H. Dunnell. 2 Hilary A. Herbert.

12 Andre H, Hamilton.* 2 Horace B. Strait,* 3 Jeremiah N. Williams.* 13 John H. Baker.*

3 Jacob H. Stewart. 4 Charles M. Shelley.

IOWA.

MISSISSIPPL 5 Robert F. Ligon. 1 Josoph C. Stone.

1 Henry L. Muldrow. 6 Goldsmith W. Heroitt. 2 Hirand Price.t

2 Van H. Manning. 7 William H. Forney.*

3 Theodore W. Burdick 3 lernando D. Money. 8 William W. Garth.

4 Nathaniel C. Doering, 4 Otho R. Singleton.
ARKANSAS.
5 Rush Clark.

5 Charles E. Hooker.
1 Lucien C. Gause.
6 Ezekiel S. Sampson."

6 James R. Chalmers. 2 William F. Slemons.* 7 Henry J. B. Cumming&

MISSOURI. 3 Jordan E. Cravene. 8 William F. Sapr.

1 Anthony Ittner. 4 Thomas M. Gunter.* 9 Addison Oliver.*

2 Nathan Cole. CALIFORNIA.

KANSAS.

3 Lyne S. Metcalfe. 1 Horace Davis. 1 William A. Phillips.*

4 Robert A. Hatcher. 2 Horace F. Page.* 2 Dudley C. Haskell

5 Richard P. Bland. 3 John K. Luttrell.* 3 Thomas Ryan.

6 Charles H. Morgan.* 4 Peter D. Wiggnton.*

KENTUCKY.

7 Thomas T. Crittenden. COLORADO. 1 Andrew R. Boone.*

8 Benjamin J. Franklin. Thomas M. Patterson. 2 James A, McKenzie.

9 David Rea.
CONNECTICUT.
3 John W. Caldwell.

10 Henry M. Pollard. 1 George M. Landers.*

J. Proctor Knott.*

11 John B. Clark, jr.* 2 James Phelps.*

5 Albert 8. Willis.

12 John M. Glorer.* 3 John T. Wait.*

6 John G. Carlisle.

13 Aylett H. Buckner.*
4 Leri Warner.*
7 Joseph C. 8. Blackburn.*

NEBRASKA.
DELAWARE.
8 Milton J. Durham.*

Thomas J. Majors. /
James Williams.*
9 Thomas Turner.

NEVADA.
FLORIDA.
10 John B. Clarke.

Thomas Wren. 1 Robert H. M. Davidson.

LOUISIANA.

NEW HAMPSHIRE
2 ioratio Bisbee, jr.
1 Randall L. Gibson.*

1 Frank Jones.*
GEORGIA.
2 E John Ellis."

2 James F. Briggs.
1 Julian Hartridge.
3 Joseph H. Acllen.

3 Henry W. Blair.* 2 Tilliam E. Smith.* 4 Joseph B. Elam.*

NEW JERSEY. 3 Philip Cook.* o J.S. Young. I

1 Clem. H. Sinnickson. 4 Henry R. Harris.* 6 Edward W. Robertson.

2 John Howard Pugh.

3 Miles Ro88.* 5 Vilton A. Candler.*

MAINE. 6 Jamı, H. Blount. 1 Thomas B. Reed.

4 Alvah A. Clark. 7 William H. Felton. 2 William P. Frye.*

5 Augustus W. Cutler. 8 Alexander H. Stephens. 3 Stephen D Lindsey.

6 Thomas B. Peddie. 9 Hiram P. Bell.t 4 Llewellyn Powers.

7 Augs. A. Hardenbergh." ILLIXOIB.

NEW-YORK. 6 Eugene Hale.

1 James W. Covert. 1 William Aldrich.

MARYLAND.

2 William D. Veeder. 2 Carter H. Harrison.* 1 Daniel M. Henry.

3 Simeon B. Chittenden." 3 Lorenz Brentano. 2 Charles B. Roberta.

4 Archibald M. Bliss,* 4 William Lathrop. 3 William Kimmel.

5 Nicholas Muller. 5 Horatio C. Burchard.* 4 Thomas Suann.

6 Samuel S. Cor. 6 Thomas J. Henderson.* 5 Eli J. Henkle.*

7 Anthony Eickhof). 7 Philip C. Hayes. 6 William Walsh.*

8 Anson G. McCook. 8 Greenbury L. Fort.

MASSACHUSETTS.

9 Fernando Wood.* 9 Thomas A. Boyd.

1 William W. Crapo.*

10 Abram 8. Hewitt.* 10 Benjamin F. Marsh.

2 Benjamin W. Harris. 11 Robert M. Knapp.

3 Benjamin Dean.

11 Benjamin A. Willis.*

12 Clarleson N. Potter 12 William M. Springer.*

4 Leopold Morse.

13 John H. Ketcham.f 13 Thomas F. Tipton.

5 Nathaniel P. Banks.

14 George M. Beebe. 14 Joseph G. Cannon.

6 George B. Loring. 15 John R. Elen.

7 Benjamin F. Butler.t

15 Stephen L. Mayham.t

16 John M. Bailey.It 16 William A. J. Sparks.

8 William Claflin.

17 Martin I. Townsend.* 17 William R. Morrison.*

9 William W. Rice.

18 Andrew Williams.* 18 William Hartzell. 10 Amasa Norcross.

19 Amaziah B. James. 19 Richard W. Townshend. 11 George D. Robinson.

20 John H. Starin. INDLANA.

MICHIGAN.

21 Solomon Bundy. 1 Benoni 8. Fuller,

1 Alpheus S. Williams.* 22 George A. Bagley.* 2 Thomas R. Cobb.

2 Edwin Willits.

23 William J. Bacon. 3 George A, Bicknell.

3 Jonas H. McGowan.

24 William H. Baker. * 4 Leonidas Sexton.

4 Edwin W. Keightley. 25 Frank Higcock. 5 Thomas M. Browne.

5 John W. Stone.

26 John H. Camp. 6 Milton S. Robinson.

6 Mark S. Brewer.

27 Elbridgo G. Lapham.* 7 John Hanna. 7 Omar D. Conger.*

28 Jeremiah W. Dwight. 8 Morton C. Hunter.

8 Charles C. Ellsworth. 29 John N. Hungerford. 9 Michaei D. White. I Jay A. Hubbell.*

30 E. Kirke Hart.

31 Charles B. Benedict. 1 8 Hiester Clymer."

3 James W. Throckmorton. 22 Daniel N. Lockwood. 9 A. Herr Smith.*

4 Roger Q. Millx. 53 George W. Patterson. 10 Samuel A. Bridges.

5 De Witt C. Giddings.t
NORTH CAROLINA
11 Francis D. Collins.*

6 Gustave Schleicher.*
1 Jesse J. Yeates.*
12 Hendrick B. Wright. I

VERXONT. 2 Curtis H. Brogden. 13 James B. Reilly.*

1 Charles H. Joyco.* 3.4lfred H. Waddell. 14 John W. Killinger.t 2 Dudley C. Denison.* 4 Joseph J. Davis.

15 Edward Overton, Jr. 3 George W. Hendes.* 6 Alfred M. Scales.* 16 John I. Mitchell.

VIRGINIA. 6 Walter L. Steele. 17 Jacob M. Campbell.

1 Beverly B. Douglas.*
7 William M. Robbins.* 18 William 8. Slenger.* 2 John Goode, jr.
8 Robert B. Vance.*
19 Levi Maish.*

3 Gilbert C. Walker.*
OHIO.
20 Levi 4. Mackey.

4 Joseph Jorgensen.
1 Milton Sayler.*
21 Jacob Turncy.*

6 George C. Cabell." 2 Henry B. Banning.* 22 Russell Errett.

6 J. Randolph Tucker. * 3 Mills Gardner. 23 Thomas M. Bayne.

7 John T. Harris.* 4 John A. McMahon." 24 William S. Shallenberger. 8 Eppa Hunton.* 5 Americus V. Rice, 25 Harry White.

9 Auburn L. Pridemore. 6 Jacob D. Cox. 26 John M. Thompson.f

WEST VIRGINIA. 7 Henry L. Dickey. 27 Lewis F. Watson.

1 Benjamin Wilson.* 8 J. Warren Keifer.

RHODE ISLAND.

2 Benjamin F. Martin 9 John S, Jones. 1 Benjamin T. Eames.

3 John E. Kenna. 10 Charles Foster. 2 Latimer W. Ballou.

WISCONSIN. 11 Henry S. Neal.

SOUTH CAROLINA.

1 Charles G. Williams.* 12 Thomas Ewing. 1 Joseph H. Rainey.*

2 Lucien B. Caswell. 13 Milton 1. Southard. 2 Richard H. Cain,

3 George C. Hazelton. 14 Ebenezer B. Jinley. 3 D. Wyatt Aiken,

4 William P. Lynde.* 15 Nelson II. Van Vorhes.* 4 John H. Evins.

5 Edward 8. Bragg. 16 Lorenzo Danforii.* 5 Robert Smalls.*

6 Gabriel Bouck. 17 William McKinley, Jr.

TENNESSEE.

7 Herman L. Humphrey. 18 James Mon 8. 1 James H. Randolph.

8 Thaddeus C. Pound. 19 James A. Garfield.* 2 Jacob M. Thornburgh.*

DELEGATES. 20 Amos Townsend.

3 George G. Dibrell.

ARIZONA-Hiram 8. Steren:.* OREGON.

4 Haywood Y. Riddle.* DAKOTA-Jeff. P. Kidder.
Richard Williams.
0 John M. Bright.*

IDAHO-Stephen S. Fenn.*
PENNSYLVANJA.
6 John F. House,

MONTANA-Mart. Maginnis. 1 Chapman Freeman. 7 Wash. C. Whillhorne.* NEW-MEXICO-Trinidad Ro. 2 Charles O'Neill.* 8 John D. C. Alkins.*

mero. 8 Samuel J. Randall,*

9 William P. Caldwell.* UTAH-George Q. Cannon.* 4 William D. Kelley. 10 Casey Young.*

WASHINGTON-orgo Jacobs. Ő Alfred C. Harmer.

TEXA8.

WYOMING-Wm. W, Corlett. 6 William Ward.

1 John H. Retgan.* 7 Isaac N. Evans.

2 David B. Culberson. #V:03 Jolin E.Leonard, dec'd. | Vico Fron: Welch, l'oceased. 31 Vice Terence J. Quin, doceased.

XLVITH CONGRESS,

AS FAR AS CHOSEN UP TO DECEMBER 31, 1878.

SENATE. WILLIAU A. WHEELER, of New York, Vice-President and President of the Senate.

(Republicans (In Roman), 33: Democrats (in it:lics), 41; Independent (in SMALL cari. TALs), 1; Doubtful, 1-Total, 76. New Sonators marked with a *. Reëlectedl.) Term (X. IIome Post Office. Term cx.

Home Post Once. ALABAMA.

GEORGIA. 1883 John T. Morgan....

Selma. 1883 Benjamin II. Hill........ Atlanta. 1985 George s. Houstun.. Athens. 1885 John B. Gordon.......... Atlanta. ARKAXAS.

ILLINOI8. 1883 Augustus H. Gurland. Little Rock. I 1893 DAVID DAVIS...

Bloomington 1685 A Democrat.

1885 A Republican. CALIFORNIA.

INDIANA. 1991 Newton Booth..

..Sacramento. 1891 Joseph E. McDonald. .Indianapolis 1887 * James T. Farley.......... Jackson. 1880 Doubtful... COLORADO.

IOWA. 1883 Henry M. Teller........ .Central City 1883 Samuel J. Kirkwood.......Iowa City. 1835 A Republican...

1885 | William B. Allison. Dubuque. CONNECTICUT.

KASSAS. 1881 William W. Eiton.... Hartford. 1883 Preston B. Plamb....... Emporia. 1885 A Republican...

1885 A Republican.. DELAWARE.

KENTUCKY. 1881 Thomas F. Bayard. ..Wilmington. 1883 Jamos B. Beck.

Lexingt n. 1883 El Saulsbur.y...... Dover.

1885 * John S. Williams. Mt. Sterling FLORIDA.

LOUISIANA. 1881 Charles W. Jones..

Pensacola. 1883 William Pitt Kellogg. N. Orloans. 1885 A Democrat.

1885 A Democrat...

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