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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.-Continued.
MASSACHUSETTS.

NEW-YORK. 1. Charles S. Randall New-Bedford.

1. James W. Covert...........

...L. Island City 2. Elijah A. Morse

Canton,

2. Vacancy.t) 3. Joan F. Andrew........ Boston,

3. William J. Coombs. Brooklyn. 4. Joseph H. O'Neil.. .......Boston,

4. John M. Clancy.. Brooklyn. 5. Sherman Hoar..

Waltham.

5. Thomas F. Magner. Brooklyn. 6 Henry Cabot Lodge.

Nahant.
6. John R. Fellows

New

York City 7. William Cogswell. Salem.

7. Edward J. Dunphy::

New York City & Voses T. Stecens..

North Andover

8. Timothy J. Campbell.. New York City 9. George Fred. Williams.... Dedham.

9. Amos T. Cummings....... New York City 10. Joseph H. Walker. Worcester. 10. W. Bourke Cockran..... New York City 11, Frederic 8. Coolidge.. Ashburnham,

11. John De Witt Warner..... New York City 12 John C. Crosby.............Pit'stleld,

12. Joseph J. Little.......... New York City MICHIGAX.

13 Ashbel P. Fitch... .New York City 1. J. Logan Chipman........ Detroit.

14. William G. Stallnecker...Yonkers. 2. James S. Gorman.. Chelsea.

15. Henry Bacon.. ...... Goshen. 3. James O'Donnell ......Jackson,

16. John H. Ketcham .........Dover Plains. 4. Julius O. Burrows ... .Kalamazoo. 17. Isaac N. Cox..

.Ellen ville, 5. Charles E. Belknap.. Grand Rapids 18. John A. Quackenbush... Stillwater. 6. Byron). Stout.

Pontiac.
19. Charles Tracey..

Albany. 7. Justin B. Whiting. St. Clair.

20. John Sanford ............ Amsterdam, & Henry M. Youmans........Saginaw. 21. John M. Wever

Plattsburg. 9. Harrison H. Wheeler....... Ludington, 22. Newton M. Curtis. ..Ogdensburgh, 10. Thomas A. E. Weadock... Bay City. 23. Henry W. Bentley.. Booneville 11. Samuel M. Stephenson...Menominee, 24. George Van Horn. .Cooperstown. MINXESOTA.

25. James J. Belden......... Syracuse. 1. William H. Harries... Caledonia.

26. George W. Ray......... Norwich

27. Sereno E. Payne......... New-Ulm.

Auburn, 2. John Lind.

Red Wing. 3.0. M. Hall

28, Hosea H. Rockwell.. Elmira. 4. James N. Castle.. ..Stillwater.

29. John Raines..

Canandaigua. 5. KITTEL HALVORSON.......

.Belgrade.

30. Halbert S. Greenleaf... ....Rochester.

31. James W. Wadsworth ....Geneseo. MISSISSIPPI.

32. Daniel N. Lockwood.. Bullalo. 1. John M. Allen.... Tupelo.

33. Thomas L. Bunting... Hamburg. 2. John C. Kyle

Sardis.

34. Warren B. Hooker ...... Bredonia. 3. Thomas c. Catchings...... Vicksburg.

.Cluton ville. 4. Clarke Lewis...

NORTH CAROLINA. 5. Joseph H. Beeman. Eley.

1. William A. B. Branch.... Washington. 6. Thomas R. Stockdale... Sunimit.

2. Henry P. Cheatham Henderson. 7. Charles E. Hooker. .Jackson,

3. Benjamin F. Grady... .. Albertson, MISSOURI.

4. Benjamin H. Bunn........ Rocky Mount. 1. William H. Hatch. Hannibal.

5. Archibald H. A. Williams Oxford. 2. Charles H. Mansur. Chillicothe.

6. Sydenham B. Alexander.Charlotte. 3. Alexander M. Dockery. Gallatin.

7. John 8. Henderson........ Salisbury. 4. Robert P. C. Wilson.

Platte City.

8. William H. H. Cowles....Wilkesborough 5. John C. Tarsney.

Kansas City.

9. William T. Crawford..... Waynesville. 6. John T. Heard Sedalla.

NORTH DAKOTA. 7. Richard H. Norton.

Troy.

1. Martin N. Johnson...... Petersburg. 8. John J. O'Neill..

St. Louis. 9. Seth 7. Cobb. St. Louis.

OHIO. 10, Samuel Byrns.

.Potosi.

1. Bellamy Storer. ..Cincinnati. 11. Richard P. Bland..

.Lebanon.

2. John A. Caldwell........Cincinnati. 12. David A. De Armond. Butler.

3. George W. Houk............Dayton. 13. Robert W. Fyan... Marshfield.

4. Martin K. Gantz..... Troy. 14. Marshall Arnold. Benton

6. Fernando C. Layton.. Wapekoneta. MONTANA,

6. Dennis D. Donovan.... Deshler. 1. William W. Dizon........ Butte City.

7. William E. Haynes. Fremont. NEBRASKA.

8. Darius D. Hare... Lincoln.

..Up'r Sandusky 1. William J. Bryan..

9. Joseph H. Outhwaite......Columbus. 2. WILLIAM A. MCKEIGHAN..Red Cloud.

10. Robert E. Doan....... ..Wilmington. 3. OVER M. KEM..

.Broken Bow.

11. John M. Pattison.. Milford. NEVADA.

12. William H. Enochs.. Ironton. 1. Horace F. Bartine .Carson City.

13. Irvine Dungan...........

Jackson.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.

14. James W. Owens..

Newark. 1. Luther F. McKinney. ..... Manchester.

15. Michael D. Harter...... Mansfield. 2. Warren F. Daniell. Franklin.

16. L. P. onliger I.

Wooster.
NEW JERSEY.

17. Albert J. Pearson. Woodsfield. 1. Christopher A. Bergen...Camden.

18. Joseph D. Taylor Cambridge. 2. James Buchanan. .Trenton.

19. Ezra B. Taylor

Warren. 3. Jacob A. Geissenhainer... Freehold. 20. Vincent A. Taylor.. ..Bedford 4. Samuel Fowler...

Newton.

21. Tom L. Johnson............Cleveland. 5. Cornelius A. Cadmus.....Paterson.

OREGON. 6. Thomas Drinn English.... Newark. 7. (Vacancy.*)......

1. Binger Hermann. ........ Roseburgh. 'Caused by the death, Nov. 5. 1892, of Hon. Edward F. McDonala. Caused by the resignation of Hon. Alfred C. Chapin. Nov. 10, 1892. In place of Hon. John G. Warwick, died August 14, 1892.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.-Continued.
PENNSYLVANIA.

TENNESSEE-Continued.
1. Henry H. Bingham. Philadelphia. 8. Benjamin A. Enloe..... Jackson.
2. Charles O'Neill... Philadelphia. 9. Rice A. Pierce......... Union City
3. William McAleer..........Philadelphia. 10. Josiah Patterson...........Memphis,
4. John E. Keyburn ....... Philadelphia.
5. Alfred C. Harmer...... Philadelphia.

TEXAS. 6. John B. Robinson

Media.

1. Charles Stewart........ Houston. 7. Edwin Hallowell. Willow Grove. 2. Jonn B. Long,

Rusk. 8. William Mutchler.. Easton.

3. C. Buckley Kilgore.. Will's Point 9. David B. Brunner.... .Reading.

4. David B. Culberson... Jefferson. 10. Marriott Brosius.... Lancaster. 5. Joseph W. Bailey. Gainesville. 11. Lemuel Amerman......... Seranton.

6. Jobbott...

Hillsboro. 12. George W. Shonk. Plymouth. 7. William H. Crain.. Cuero. 13. James B. Reilly...

Pottsville. 8. Littleton W. Moore......... La Grange. 14. John W. Rite. .Middletown, 9. E. L. Antonyt..

Cameron 15. Myron B. Wright ..... Susquehanna. 10. Joseph D. Sayers.. ..Bastrop. 16. Albert C. Hopkins... Lock Haven. 11. Samuel W. T. La ham.... Weatherford. 17. Simon P. Wolverton....... Sunbury. 18. Louis E. Atkinson ... Mitilintown.

VERMOXT. 19. Frank E, Beltzhoover...... Carlisle.

1. H. Henry Powers........ Morrisville. 20. Edward Scull ..... Somerset.

2. William W. Grout. Barton. 21. George F. Huf.. ........ Greensburgh. 22. John Dalzell. Pittsburg.

VIRGINIA. 23. William A, Stone. - Allegheny City 1. William A. Jones.. Warsaw. 24. William A. si pe *. .Pittsburgh, 2. John W. Lawson. Smithfield. 25. Eugene P. Gillespio. Greenville. 3. George D. Wise.

Richmond. 26. Matthew Griswold ..Erie.

4. James F. Epes...

Blackstone. 27. Charles W. Stone... .... Warren.

5. Posty G. Lester.

Floyd C. H. 28. George F. Kribbs...........Clarion.

6. Paul C. Edmunds. Houston.

7. Charles T. O'Ferrail.. Harrisonburgh RHODE ISLAND.

8. Elisha E. Meredithe. Brentville. 1. Oscar Lapham...

9. John A. Buchanan. .......... Providence.

Abingdon. 2. Charles H. Page..........

Providence.

10. Henry St. G. Tucker... Staunton.

WASHINGTON.
SOUTH CAROLINA.

1. John L. Wilson.... Spokane Falls. 1. William H. Brawley......Charleston 2. George D. Tillman.... Clark's Hill.

WEST VIRGINIA. 3. George Johnstone. Newberry.

Laurens.

1. John 0. Pendleton.. 4. George W. Shell..

Wheeling.

2. William L. Wilson.... Charlestown. 5. John J. Hemphill. .Chest: r.

3. John D. Alderson. Nicholas C. H. 6. J. L. McLaurin t. Bennettsville. 7. William Elliott.. .B aufort.

4. James Capehart............Point Pleasans

WISCONSIN. SOUTH DAKOTA. (AT LARGE.) 1. John A. Pickler....... ....Faulkton.

1, Clinton Babbitt.

Beloit. 2. John L. Jolley.............. Vermillion.

2. Charles Barwig.

Mayville. 3. Allen R. Bushnell Madison. 4. John L. Mitchell.

Milwaukee. TENNESSEE.

5. George H. Brickner. Sheb'yg'n Fall 1. Alfred A. Taylor. Johnson City. 6. Lucas M. Miller..

Oshkosh. 2. John C. Houk

Knoxville,
7. Frank P. Coburn..

West Salem. 3. Henry C. Snodgrass Sparta.

8. Nils P. Haugen. ..River Falls, 4. Benton McMillen.

.Carthage.

9. Thomas Lynch... .Antigo. 5. James D. Richardson..... Murfreesboro.

WYOMING. 6. Joseph E. Washington.... Cedar Hill. 7, Nicholas N. Cox.... Franklin. 1. Clarence D. Clark ....... Evanston.

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OKLAHOMA

DELEGATES FROM TERRITORIES.

ARIZONA. Marcus A. Smith...... Tombstone. David A. Harvey..........Oklahoma City. NEW-MEXICO.

UTAH. Antonio Joseph.... .......Ojo Caliente. John T. Caine.............Salt Lake City.

* In place of Hon. Alexander R. Craig, died July 29, 1892. In place of Hon. Eli T. Stackhouse,

died June 14, 1892. Qualified July 28, 1892, in place of Hon. Roger Q. Mills,

resigned. Qualifiea December 23, 1891, to suceeed Hon. William H. F. Lee, died October 16, 1891.

MARCH 4, 1893-MARCH 3, 1895.

FIRST SESSION BEGAN AUGUST 7, 1893.

THE SENATE.
ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of Illinois, Vice-President and President of the Senate.

WILLIAM R. Cox, of North Carolina, Secretary. (Republicans (In Roman), 37; Democrats (in Italic), 44; Independents (in SMALL CAPS), 4;

vacancies, 3; total, 88. Term exp. ALABAMA. Home P. O., Term exp.

MAINE.

Home P.O. 1895 John T. Morgan........... Selma. 1895 William P. Frye...........Lewistown. 1.97 James L. Pugh..... Eufaula. 1899 Eugene Hale..

Ellsworth. ARKANSAS.

MARYLAND. 1895 James H. Berry........... Bentonville, 1897 Charles H. Gibson........Easton. 1997 James K. Jones.. Washington. 1899 Arthur P. Gorman....--. Laurel. CALIFORNIA.

MASSACHUSETTS. 1897 George C. Perkins (a).

1895 George F. Hoar.. .Worcester. 1899 Stephen M. White..

Los Angeles. 1899 Henry Cabot Lodge.... .Nahant.
COLORADO.

MICHIGAN.
1895 Edward O. Wolcott....... Denver. 1895 James McMillan....... Detroit,
1897 Henry M. Teller..... .Central City.

1899 Francis B. Stockbruge... Kalamazoo. COXXECTICUT.

MINNESOTA. 1897 Orville H. Platt.. Meriden. 1895 William D. Washburn....Minneapolis. 1899 Joseph R. Hawley........ Hartford 1898 Cushman K. Davis........ St. Paul. DELAWARE,

MISSISSIPPI. 1895 Anthony Higgins.. Wilmington. 1901 Edward C. Walthall......Grenada. 1899 George Gray...

New.Castle, 1899 James 2. George.. Jackson.
FLORIDA.

MISSOURI. 1897 Wilkinson Call. Jacksonville. 1897 George G. Vest.

Kansas City. 1899 Samuel Pasco.............Monticello. 1899 Francis M. Cockrell...... Warrensburg, GEORGIA.

MONTANA. 1895 Alfred H. Colquitt...

....Atlanta, 1895 Thomas C. Power. Helena, 1897 John B. Gordon........., Reynolds. 1899 (Vacancy) (e). IDAHO.

NEBRASKA. 1895 George L. Shoup. .Boise City

1893 Charles F. Manderson ...Omaha. 1897 red. T. Dubois.. ...... Blackfoot. 1899 WILLIAM V. ALLEN...... Madison. ILLIXOIS.

NEVADA. 1895 Shelby M. Cullom......... .Springfield. 1897 John P. Jones..... ..Gold Hill 1897 John M. Palmer. .Springtield. 1899 Wm. M. Stewart (Silver). Virginia City, IXDIANA.

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 1897 Daniel W. Voorhees.. .Terre Haute. 1895 William E. Chandler... Warner. 1899 David Turpie.... Indianapolis. 1897 Jacob H. Gallinger.........Concord. TOWA.

NEW JERSEY. 1895 James F. Wilson.......... Fairfield. 1895 John R. McPherson... ..Jersey City. 1897 William B. Allison........Dubuque. 1999 James Smith, jr.. Newark. KANSAS

NEW YORK. 1895 John Martin (b).. Topeka. 1897 David B. Hill.

Albany. 1897 WILLIAN A. PEFFER.. .Topeka. 1899 Edward Murphy, jr.. Troy. KENTUCKY.

NORTH CAROLINA. 1895 William Lindsay (c)...... Frankfort. 1895 Matt W. Ransom...........

Weldon. 1897 Joseph C. 8. Blackburn... Versailles. 1897 Zebulon B. Vance...... .Charlotte LOUISIANA.

NORTH DAKOTA. 1896 Donelson Caffery.........St. Mary's Par. 1897 Henry C. Hansbrough....Devil's Lake. 1897 Edrard D. White........ New Orleans. I 1899 William N. Roach.........Larrimore.

(For notes see page 82.)

THE SENATE.-Continued.
Term exp.

OHIO.
Home P. O. Term exp.

TEXAS. Home P.O. 1897 Calvin 8. Brice............. Lima.

1895 Richard Coke............... Waco. 1899 John Sherman.

Mansfield. 1899 Roger Q. Mill:.............. Corsicana. OREGON.

VERMONT. 1895 ) oseph N. Dolph...

....... Portland 1897 Justin S. Morrill... .Strafford 1897 John H. Mitchell........... Portland. 1899 Redtield Proctor.

.Proctor. PENNSYLVANIA.

VIRGINIA 1897 James Donald Cameron.... Harrisburg. 1895 Eppa Hunton.

Warrenton. 1899 Matthew S. Quay.. Beaver. 1899 John W. Daniel.. ..Lynchburg. RHODE ISLAND

WASHINGTON. 1895 Nathan F. Dixon... Westerly. 1897 Watson C. Squire.... .....Seattle. 1899 Nelson W. Aldrich....... .Providence. 1899 (Vacancy) (e). SOUTH CAROLINA,

WEST VIRGINIA, 1895 Matthew C. Butler..........Edgefield. 1895 Johnson F. Camden (a)... Parkersburg 1897 John L. M. Irby............ Laurens CH 1899 Charles James Faulkner.. Martinsburg SOUTH DAKOTA.

WISCONSIN. 1895 Richard F. Petuigrew...... Sioux Falls. 1897 William F. Vilas..........Madison. 1897 JAMES H. KYLE.. Aberdeen. 1899 John L. Mitchell........... Milwaukee. TENNESSEE.

WYOMING. 1895 Isham G. Harris......... Memphis. 1895 Joseph M. Carey. .......Cheyenne 1899 William B. Bate...........

Nashville. 1899 (Vacancy) (e). (a) Appointed by the Governor to fill the vacancy caused by the death, June 20, 1893, of Senator Leland Stanford.

(b) In place of Senator Bishop W. Perkins, appointed to succeed the late Hon. Preston B. Plumb.

(c) In place of Senator John G. Carlisle, resigned February 4, 1893.
(d) In place of Senator John E. Kenna (Dem)., died January 11, 1893.

(e) The Senate refused to seat these Senators, claiming under Executive appointment, the Legislatures having at their late sessions failed to elect Senators. On the right of Hon. Lee Mantle to a seat in the Senate under Executive appointment of the Governor of Montana, the last Legislature having failed to make an election, Mr. Hoar, from the Committee on Privileges and Elections, reported at the executive session of the Senate, March 27, 1893, a resolution declaring him entitled to a seat. Mr. Vance, from the minority of the committee, reported a resolution declaring Mr. Mantle not entitled to a seat. The subject was debated during the executive session, and resumed at the extra session in August. August 23 the substitute offered by Mr. Vance was agreed to-Yeas 35, nays 30:

YEAS-Messrs. Berry, Blackburn, Caffery, Coke, Cullom, Dixon, Faulkner, Gallinger, George, Gibson, Gray, Harris, KYLR, Lindsau, McMillan, McPherson, Manderson,

Mills, Mitchell of Ore., Mitchell of Wis., Murphy, Palmer, Pasco, PEFFER, Platt, Proctor, Ran8om, Smith, Stockbridge, Vance, Vest, Vitas, Washburn, White of Cal., White of La.-35.

NAYS–Messrs. Bate, Butler, Cameron, Carey, Daniel, Davis, Dubois, Frye, Hansbrough, Hawley, Higgins, Hill, Hoar, Hunton, Irby. Jones of Ark., Jones of Nev., Lodgo, Martin, Perkins of Cal., Power, Pugh, Roach, shoup, squire, Stowart, Teller, Turpie, Walthall, Wolcott-30.

Mr. Manderson enterod a motion to reconsider, and Mr. Vance moved to lay it on the table,

August 28-Mr. Vance's motion was agreed to-yeas, 31; nay, 28:

YEAS-Messrs. Berry, Caffery, Call, Camden, Coke, Cullom, Dixon, Faulkner, Gallinger, George, Gray, Lindsay, McMillan, McPherson, Milis, Mitchell of Wis., Murphy, Palmer, Pasco, Platt, Proctor, Rinsom, smith, Stockbridge, Vance, Vest, Vilas, Voorhees, Washburn, white of Cal., White of La.-31.

NAYS-Messrs. Bate, Butler, Cameron, Davis, Dubois. Frye, Hansbrough, Hawley, Hill, Hunton, Irby, Jones of Ark., Jones of Ner., Martin, Morgan, PEFFER. Perkins of Cal. Pettigrew. Power, Pugh, Roach, Sherman, shoup, squire, Stewart, Teller, Walthall, Wolcott-28. The

resolution reported by Mr. Hoar, amended by the Senate so as to declare Mr. Mantle not entitled to a seat, was then agreed to-yeas, 32; nay8, 29: YEAS-Messrs. Aldrich, Berry, Caffery, Calt,

Camden, Coke, Cullom, Dixon, Faulkner, Gallin

cer, George, Gray, Lindsay, McMillan, McPherson, Mills, Mitchell of Wis., Murphy, Palmer, Pasco, Platt, Proctor, Ransom,

Smith, Stockbridge, Vance, Vest, Vilas, Voorhees, Washburn, white of Cal., white of La.-32.

NAYS–Messrs. Bate, Butler, Cameron, Davis, Dubois, Frye, Hansbrough, Hawley, Hig: gins,

Hiu, Hunton, Irbu, Jones of Ark., Jones of Nev., Martin, Morgan, PEFFER, Perkins of Cal., Pettigrew, Power, Pugh, Roach, Sherman, Shoup, Squire, Stewart, Teller, Walthall, Wolcott-29.

By the same vote, on the same day, Hon. John B. Allen, appointed by the Governor of Washington under like circumstances, was declared not entitled to a seat

in the Senate. The former appointee of the Governor of Wyoming, whose credentials were presented at the executive session of the Senate, A. C. Beckwith,

announced in a letter to the President of the Senate dated July 11, 1893, that "owing to a combination of circumstances over which I had no control I have been obliged to band in my resignation to Governor Osborne of my appointment as Uniteit states Senator from Wyoming." Gov. Osborne failed to make another appointment prior to the taking of the above votes in the Senate.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. CHARLES F. CRISP, of Georgia, Speaker. JAMES KERR, of Pennsylvania, Clerk, (Republicans (in Roman), 127; Democrats (in Italics), 218; Independents and People's

Party (in SMALL CAPS), 11 ; total, 366; necessary to a majority, 179.]
ALABAMA.

ILLINOIS-Continued. 1, Richard H. Clarke. Mobile.

16. George W. Fitrian...... Newton. 2. Jesse F. Stallings. Greenville, 17. Edward Lane..

.Hillsboro. 3. William C. Oates.. Abbeville. 18. William S. Forman....... Nashville. 4 Gaston A. Robbins. Selma.

19. James R. Williams. Carmi. b. James E. Cobb.

Tuskegee. 20. George W. Smith. .Murphysboro. 6. John H. Bankhead. Fayette.

INDIAXA. 7. William H. Denson..... .Gadsden.

1. Arthur H. Taylor. Petersburg. 8. Joseph Wheeler.

Wheeler.
2. John L, Bretz..

Jasper. 9. Louis W. Turpin. Newbern.

3. Jason B. Brozon.

Seymour. ARKANSAB.

4. William 8. Holman Aurora. 1. Philip D. McCulloch, jr... Marianna, 5. George W. Choper... Columbus 2. cufton R. Brockinridge.... Pine Bluff. 6. Henry U. Johnson.. Richmond. 3. Thomas C. McRae... .Prescott.

7. William D. Bynum.. Indianapolis. 4. William L. Terry.. Little Rock. 8. Elijah V. Brookshire... Crawfordsville. 5. Hugh A. Dinxmore.... Fayetteville. 9. Dan Waugh.

.Tipton. 6. Robert Neill.. Batesville. 10. Thomas Hammond

Hammond. CALIFORNIA.

11. Augustus N. Martin.... Blufiton. 1. Thomas J. Geary.

Santa Rosa.

12. William F. McNagny.....Columbia City. 2. Anthony Caminetti...

Elkhart.
Jackson,

13. Charles G. Conn.. 3. Samuel G. Hilborn. Oakland.

IOWA. 4. James G. Maguire.. San Francisco.

1. John H. Gear...... .Burlington. 5. Eugene F. Lond..

San Francis 0.
2. Walter I Hayes.

Clinton. 6. Marion Cannon..

Ventura.

3. David B. Henderson. . Dubuque. 7. William W. Bowers...... .San Diego.

4. Thomas Updegraff. McGregor.

5. Robert G. Cousins.. Tipton. COLORADO.

6. John F. Lacey

.Oskalooga, 1. LAYE PENCE.

.Denver.
7. John A. T. Hull...

Des Moines. 2. JOHN C. BELL..............Montrose. 8. William P. Hepburn. Olarinda COXXECTICUT.

9. Alva L, Hager.

Greenfield. 1. Lewis Sperry.

Hartford.

10. Jonathan P. Dolliver. Fort Dodge. 2. James P. Pigott.

New Haven. 11. George D. Perkins..... .Sioux City 3. Charles A. Russell. Killingly.

KANSAS. 4. Robert E. De Forest... .Bridgeport, At Large-W. A. HARRIS.. Linwood.

1, Case Broderick....... Holton. DELAWARE. 1. John W. Causey... Milford.

2. Edward H. Funston.... Iola.

3. THOMAS J. HUDSON. Fredonia. FLORIDA,

4. Charles Curtis.

.Topeka. 1. Stephen R. Mallory........

Pensacola.
5. JOHN DAVIS.

.Junction City. 2. Charles M. Cooper...... Jacksonville

6. WILLIAM BAKER..

Lincoln
GEORGIA,

7. JERRY SIMPSON.

.Medicine Lodge 1. Rufus E. Lester. Savannah.

KENTUCKY.
2. Benjamin E. Russell. Bainbridge. 1. William J. Stone. Kuttawa.
3. Charles F. Crisp.

Americus.
2. William T. Elis.

Owensboro. 4. Charles L. Moses... Turin.

3, Isaac H. Goodnight.. Franklin. 5. Leonidas F. Livingston. Kings.

4. Alex. B. Montgomery. Elizabethtown. 6. Thomas B. Cabaniss.. Forsyth.

5. Asher G. Caruth.

Louisville. 7. John W, Maddox..... Rome.

6. Albert S. Berry... Newport. 8. Thomas G. Larson.. Eatonton. 7. Wm. C. P. Breckinridge..Lexington. 9. Parish Carter Tate.... .Jasper,

8. James B. MeCreary. Richmond. 10. James C. C. Black. ..Augusta.

9. Thomas H. Paynter. Greenap. 11. Henry G. Turner... Quitman.

10. Marcus C. Lisle.

Winchester. IDAHO. 11. Silas Adams..

.Liberty. 1. Willis Sweet.. Moscow.

LOUISIANA. 1. Adolph Meyer.

..New Orleans. ILLINOIS.

New Orleans.

2. Robert C. Davey. At Large-John C. Black. Chicago. Andreuo J. Hunter.. Paris.

3. Andrer Price..

La Fourche. 4. Neroton C. Blanchard..

Chicago. 1. J. Frank Aldrich..

Shreveport.

5. Charles J. Boatner. Monroe. 2. Lawrence E. McGann. -.. Chicago. 3. Allan C. Durborow, fr.... Chicago.

E. Samuel M. Robertson ....Baton Rouge. 4. Julius Goldzier. .Chicago.

MAINE. 5. Albert J. Hopkins. .Aurora.

1. Thomas B. Reed.. Portland. 6. Robert R. Hitt...

Mt. Morris. 2. Nelson Dingley, jr. Lewiston. 7. Thomas J. Henderson. Princeton.

3. Seth L. Milliken.

Belfast. 8. Robert A. Childis..

Hinsdale.

4. Charles A. Boutelle. Bangor. 9. Hamliton K. Wheeler Kankakee.

MARYLAND. 10. Philip S. Post.

Galesburg. 1. Robert F. Brattan. Princess Anne. 11. Benjamin F. Marsh Warsaw,

2. J. Frederick C. Talbott.... Lutherville. 12. John J. Mc Dannold.. Mt. Sterling. 3. Harry Welles Rusk.. Baltimore, 13. William M. Springer. Springfield 4. Isidor Rayner..

Baltimore. 14. Benjamin F. Funk. Bloomington. 5. Barnes Compton.

Lanrel. 15. Joseph G. Cannon. ....Danville

6. William H. NcKaig......Cumberland.

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