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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.-Continued.
MASSACHUSETTS.

NEW JERSEY. 1. Ashley B. Wright. North Adams. 1. Henry C. Loudenslager.. Paulsboro. 2. Frederick H. Gillett. Springfield, 2. John J. Garnar.

Atlantic City, 3. Joseph H. Walker.. Worcester, 3. Jacob A. Geissenhainer ....Freehold. 4. Lewis D. Apsley..... Hudson.

4. Johnston Cornish. Washington. 5. Moses T. Stevens.

North Andover 5. Cornelius A. Cadmius. Paterson. 6. William Coswell.

Salem.

6. Thomas Dunn English.... Newark. 7. William Everett (a) Quincy.

7. Geurge B. Fielder. ...Jersey City. 8. Samuel W. McCall. Winchester. 8. John T. Denn...

Elizabeth. 9. Joseph H. O'Neil.. Boston.

NEWYORK. 10. Michael J. McEttrick. Boston. 11. William F. Draper. Hopedale.

1. James W. Conert.. L. I. City. 12. Elijah A. Morse.

.Canton
2. John M. Clancy.

Brooklyn. 13. Charles S. Randall...... New Bedford. 3. Joseph C. Hendrix. Brooklyn.

4. William J. Coombs.. .Brooklyn, MICHIGAN.

5. John H. Graham. Brooklyn. 1. Levi T. Griffin (b). ..Detroit

6. Thomas F. Magner Brooklyn. 2. James S. Gorman.. .Chelsea.

7. Franklin Bartlett

New York. 3. Julius C. Burrows. Kalamazoo. 8. Eduard J. Dunphy. New-York. 4. Henry F. Thomas.. Allegan.

9. Timothy J. Campbell. New York. 5. George E. Richardson.. Hudsonville, 10. Daniel E. Sickles.

New-York. 6. David D. Aitken.

Flint.

11. Amos J. Cummings.. New.York. 7. Justin R. Whiling. St. Clair.

12. W. Bourke Cockran.. New York 8. Wiliam 8, Linton...... .Saginaw E. S. 13. John De Witt Warner New-York. 9. John W. Moon. Muskegon. 14. John R, Fellows.

New-York. 10. Thomas A. E. Weadock... Bay City. 15. Ashbel P. Fitch.

New York. 11. John Avery .Greenville, 16. William Ryan.

Port Chester. 12. Samuel M. Stephenson Menominee. 17. Francis Marvin.

Port Jervis. MINNESOTA. 18, Jacob Le Fevre...

New Paltz. 1. James A. Tawney.

Winona.

19. Charles D. Haines.... Kinderhook. 2. James T. McCleary. Mankato.

20. Charles Tracey.

Albany. 3. Osee M. Hall.

Red Wing.

21. Simon J. Schermerhorn... Schenectady. 4. Andrew R. Kiefer.

St. Paul.

22. Newton M. Curtis.. .Ogdensburg 5. Loren Fletcher. Minneapolis. 23. John M. Wever.

Plattsburg. 6. Melvin R. Baldwin.. Duluth.

24. Charles A. Chickering.... Copenhagen. 7. HALDOR E, BOEN... ..Fergus Falls. 25. James S. Sherman.

Utica.
26. George W. Ray.

Noi wich.
MISSISSIPPI.
27. James J. Beiden.

Syracuse. 1. John M. Allen........

Tupelo.
28. Sereno E. Payne.

Auburn. 2. John C. Kyle.

Sarlis.
29. Charles W. Gillet.

Addison. 3. Thomas c. Catchings.. Vicksburg. 30. James W. Wadsworth .Geneseo. 4. Hernando D. Money. Carrollton.

31, John Van Voorhis.

Rochester. 5. John S. Williams. Yazoo City.

32. Daniel N. Lockwood. Buffalo. 6. Thomas R. Stockdale. Summit.

33. Charles Daniels.

Buffalo. 7. Charles E. Hooker ..Jackson.

34. Warren B. Hooker....... Fredonia. MISSOURI.

Hannibal. 1. William H. Hatch.

NORTH CAROLINA. 2. Uriel S, Hall..

.Hubbard.

1. William A. B. Branch Washington. 3. Alex. M. Dockery

Wilson.
Gallatin.

2. Fred. A. Woodard. 4. Daniel D. Burnes.. St. Joseph.

3. Benjamin F. Grady. Albertson. 5. Jolin C. Tarsney.. Kansas City.

4. Benjamin H. Bunn... Rocky Mount 6. David A. De Armond.. Butler.

5. Thomas Settle..

Reidsville, 7. John T. Heard.

..Sedalia,

6. Sydenham B. Alexander..Charlotte. 8. Richard P. Bland.

Lebanor.
7. John S. Henderson.. .Salisbury.

Lenoir.

8. William R. Bower.. 9. Champ Clark..

Bowling Green 10. Richard Bartholdt. St. Louis. 9. William T. Crawford...... Waynesville. 11. Charles F. Joy. St. Louis.

NORTH DAKOTA. 12. Seth w. Cobb.

St. Louis.

Martin N. Johnson... .Petersburg. 13. Robert W. Fyan. Marshfield,

OHIO. 14. Marshall Arnold.

Benton.
1. Bellamy Storer.

Cincinnati. 15. Charles H. Morgan... .Lamar.

2. John A. Caldwell.

Cincinnati. MONTANA.

3. George W. Houk.

Dayton. 1. Charles S. Hartman. Bozeman.

4. Fernando C. Layton.. Wapakoneta. NEBRASKA.

5. Dennis D. Donovan. Deshler. 1. William J. Bryan.. Lincoln,

6. George W. Hulick. Batavia, 2. David H. Mercer.. ..Omaha.

7. George W. Wilson. London. Fullerton.

8. Luther M. Strong... 3. George D. Meiklejohn.

Kenton. 4. Eugene J. Hainer.

Aurora.
9. Byron F. Ritchie.

Toledo. 5. WILLIAM A. MCKLIGHAN..Red Cloud. 10. Hezekiah s. Bundy (c)...Reed's Mills. 6. OMER M. KEM..

Broken Bow.

11. Charles H. Grosvenor.....Athens.

12. Joseph H. Outhwaite. Columbus. NEVADA. 13. Darius D. Hare..

Up. Sandusky. 1. FRANCIS G. NEWLANDS.... Reno.

14. Michael D. Harter Mansfield. NEW HAMPSHIRE.

15. Henry C. Van Voorhis. Zanesville, 1. Henry W. Blair.. Manchester. 16. Albert J. Pearson.. Woodsfield, 2. Henry M. Baker. ..Bow.

17. James A. D. Richards.....New-Philadel. (a) In place of Henry Cabot Lodge, who became United States Senator, March 4, 1893 (b) In place of J. Logan Chipman, who died August 17, 1893. (c) In place of William H. Enochs, who died July 13, 1893.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES-Continued.
OHIO-Continued.

TENNESSEE-Continued. 18 George P. Ikirt.. East Liverpool 4. Benton McMillin. Carthage. 19. Stephen A. Northway ....Jefferson.

5. James D. Richardson.....Murfreesbo 20. William J. White Cleveland. 6. Joseph E. Washington. Cedar Hill. 21. Tom L. Johnson.... ...Cleveland. 7. Nicholas N. Cox..

Franklin. OREGON.

8. Benjamin A. Enlop... Jackson, 1. Wm. R. Ellis...

Heppner.

9. James C. Mc Dearmon.....Trenton.

10. Josiah Patterson. 2. Binger Hermann........... Roseburg.

Memphis. PENNSYLVANIA.

TEXAS. At Large-William Lilly. .... Manch Chunk. 1. Joseph C. Hutcheson.... Houston. Alex. MeDowell.... Sharon.

2. Sam Bronson Cooper. Woodville.

3. C. Buckley Kilgore.. Will's Point

Philadelp' ia. 1. Alenry H. Bingham.

4 David B. Culberson. Jefferson. 2. Charles O'Neill (f). Philadelphia.

Gainesville. 5. Joseph W. Bailey......

Philadelphia. 3. William McAleer

6. Jo Abbott.

Hillsboro. 4. John E. Rey burn. Philadelphia.

Belton. 7. George C. Pendleton.

Philadelphia. 5. Alfred C. Harmer

8. Charles K. Bell..

Fort Worth 6. John B. Robinson

Media.

9. Joseph D. Sayers. 7. Irving P. Wanger.... Norristown.

Bastrop. 10. Walter Gresham..

Galveston. 8. Howard Mu'chler (d)....Easton.

11. William H, Crain. .Cuero. 9. Constantine J. Erdman... Allentown.

12, Thomas M, Paschal. Castroville. 10. Marriott Brosius.

.Lancaster. 13. Jere. Vardaman Cockrell.. Anson, 11. Joseph A. Scranton.. Seranton. 12 William H. Hines. Wilkesbarre.

VERMONT, 13. James B. Reilly.

Pottsville.

1. H. Henry Powers.. Morrisville. 14 Ephraim M. Woomer. Lebanon.

2. William W. Grout. Barton. 15. Myron B. Wright. ...... Susqnehanna. IR Albert C. Hopkins.. Lock Haven.

VIRGWIA. 1. William A. Jones.

Warsaw. 17. Simon P, Wolverton.. Sunbury 18. Thaddeus M. Mahon. Chambersburg

2. D. Gardiner Tyler.. Sturgeons

Richmond. 3. George D. Wise,

.Carlisle. 19. Franke E. Beltzhoover...

4. James F. Epes.

Blackstone. 20. Josiah D. Hicks..

Altoona.

5. Claude A. Swanson.... Chatham,

Kittanning, 21. Daniel B. Reiner

Pittsburg

6. Paul C. Edmunds. 22. John Dalzell

Houston.

7. Charles T. O Ferrall. .Harrisonbu 23. William A. Stone. Allegheny City 24. William A. Sipe.

8. Elisha E. Meredith. Pittsburg

Brentsville 25. Thomas W. Phillips. Newcastle.

9. James W. Marshall. ..New Castle 26. Joseph C. Sibley.. Franklin

10. Henry St. George Tucker..Staunton. 27. Charles W. Stone. Warren.

WASHINGTON. 28. George F. Kribbs.. .Clarion.

At Large-John L. Wilson ..... Spokane Fa EHODE ISLAND,

Wm. H. Doolittle... Tacoma. 1. Oscar Lapham... Providence.

WEST VIRGINIA. 2. Charles H. Page. ......... Providence. 1. John 0. Pendleton.. Wheeling. SOUTH CAROLINA.

2. William L. Wilson... Charlestown 1. William H. Brawley......Charleston. 3. John D. Alderson.

Nicholas C. 2. William J. Talber. Parksville.

4. James Capekart.... Point Pleasa 3. Asbury C. Latimer. Belton.

WISCONSIN. 4. George W. Shell..

Laurens,
1. Henry A. Cooper..

Racine. 5. Thomas J. Strait

.Lancaster.
2. Charles Barwig..

Mayville. 6. John L. McLaurin.. Bennettsville. 3. Joseph W. Babcock. Necedah, 7. George W. Murray........ Sumter.

4. Peter J. Somers (e) Milwaukee. SOUTH DAKOTA.

5. George H. Brickmer. Sheboygan 6. Owen A. Wells..

Fond du Lac At Large-John A. Pickler.... Faulkton.

7. George B. Shaw.

Eau Claire. William V. Lucas. Hot Springs.

8. Luman E. Barnes. Appleton. TEXNESSER,

9. Thomas Lynch.

..Antigo. 1. Alfred A. Taylor...........Johnson City. 10. Nils P. Haugen. .....River Falls. 2. John C. Houk. Knoxville.

WYOMING. 3. Henry C. Snodgrass.. ..Sparta,

1. Henry A. Coffeeni..... Sheridan.

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DELEGATES FROM TERRITORIES,

ARIZONA. Marcus A. Smith....

......... Tombstone.

NEW MEXICO.
Antonio Joseph .......... .. Ojo Caliente.

OKLAHOMA.
Dennis T. Flynn..... Guthrie.

UTAH.
Joseph L. Rawlins........Salt Lake Ci

(d) In place of William Mutchler, who died June 23, 1893. le) In place of John L. Mitchell, who became United States Senator March 4, 1 ) Died November 25, 1893.

PRINCIPAL COMMITTEES OF LIIID CONGRESS. FIRST SESSION.

SENATE

(Republicans in Roman, Democrats in Italica, Independents in SMALL CAPS.) Agriculture and Forestry-Messrs. George, Military Affairs-Messrs. Walthall, CockBate, Ransom, PEFFER, Roach, McMillan, rell, Bate, Palmer, Mitchell of Wis., Hawley, Washburn, Proctor, Hansbrough.

Cameron, Manderson, Davis. Appropriations – Messrs. Cockrell, call, Mines and Mining-Messrs. STEWART, Bate, Gorman, Blackburn, Brice, Alison, Hale, call, Irby, Mills, Jones of Rev., Power, Cullom, Teller.

Shuap, Allison, Civil Service and Retrenchment-Messrs. Naval Affairs-Messrs. McPherson, Butler, Call, Walthall, Gordon, Irby, Cochrell, Blackburn, Gibson, Camden, Cameron, Hale, Washburn, Morrill, Lodge, Perking.

Stockbride, Perking. Claims-Messrs. Pasco, Daniel, Berry, Caf. Pacific Railroads-Messrs. Brice, Morgan, fery, ALLEN, Mitchell of Oregon, Davis, Stew. Paulkner, While of Law, Murphy, Davis, art, PRFFER.

Carey, Wolcott, McMillan. Commerce - Messrs. Ransom. Coke, Vest, Patents-Messrs. Gray, Kyle, Mills, Berry, Gorman, White of La., White of Cal., Murphy, Dixon, Platt, Wilson. Frye, Jones of Nov., Dolph, Cullom, Wash Pensions

Messrs. Palmer, Brice, Vilas, burn, Quay.

Camden, Caffery. Gorman, Shouy, Hans. Education and Labor – Messrs. KYLE, brough, Gallinger. Hawley, Qnay, Georye, Hunton, Caffery. Murphy, Carey, Postoffices and Postroads-Messrs. Colquitt, Washburn, Lodge, Perking.

Vilas, Irby, Mulls, Hunton, Hill, Mitchell of To Examine the Several Branches of the Oregon, McMillan, Wolcott, Dixon, WashCivil service-Messrs. PEJFER, Gray, Vilas, burn. Power, Gallinger.

Public Buildings and Grounds – Messrs. Finance - Messrs. Voorhees, McPherson. Vrst, Daniel, Pasco, Brice, Gordon, Morill, Harris, Vance, Vest, Jones of Ark., Morrill, Quay, Squire, Carey. Sherman, Jones of Nev., Allison, Aldrich. Public Lands - Messrs. Berry, Walthall,

Foreign Relations-Messrs. Morgan, But. Pasco, Vilas, Martin, ALLEN, Dolph, Petti. ler, Gray, Turpie, Daniel, Sherman, Frye, grew Carey, Power, Dubois. Dolph, Davis.

Railroads-Messrs. Camden, Berry, Gordon, Immigration-Messrs. Hill. Voorhees, Mc Paliner, Martin, Blackburn, Hawley, Stock: Pherson, Faulkner, Harr18, STEWART, Chand. bridge, Pettigrew, Power, PÉFFE ler, Squire, Proctor, Dubois, Loige.

Rules – Messrs. Blackburn, Harris, Gor. Indian Affairs-Messrs. Jones of Ark., Morman, Aldrich, Manderson. yan, Smitir, Roach, ALLEN, STEWART, Platt, Territories-Messrs. Faulkner, Hill, Black. Stockbridge, Manderson, Pettigrew, Shoup. burn, Bate, call, white of Cal., Platt, Davis, Interstate Commerce-Messrs. Butler,

Gor. Carey, Shoup, Hansbrough man, Brice, White of La., Camden, Lindsay, Cullom, Wilson. Chandler, Wolcott, Higgins.

SELECT COMMITTEES. Judiciary-Messrs. Pugh, Coke, George, Vi. las, Hill, Lindsay, Hoar, Wilson, Teller, On National Banks-Messrs. Mitchell of Platt, Mitchell of Oregon.

Wis., Vance, Colquitt, Chandler, Manderson. Manufactures-Messrs, Gibson, Smith, Caf. On Woman Suffrage-Messrs. Hoar, Quay, fery, Higgins, Gallinger.

Vance, George, Blackburn, McPherson.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Agriculture - Messrs. Hatch, Alexander, MCKETGHAN, Charles W. Stone, Johnson of Shell, Forman, Moses, Capehart, Sibley, Mar-N. Dak., Dingley, Sweet, Hager, Aldrich, shall, Schermerhorn, Williams of Miss., kawlins. SIMPSON, Funston, Waugh, Funk, Apsley, Education-Messrs. Enloe. Grady, Pearson, Hainer, Baker of N. 1., Flynn.

McLaurin, Arnold, Williams of Miss., Stat Alcoholic Liquor Traffic-Messrs. English, linge, Haines, Wever, Thomas, Van Voorhis Barwig, Reilly, Layton, Livingston, Cooper of Ohio, Murray, McCall of Texas, McEitrick, Morse, Daniels, Hainer, Election of President And VicePreeldent Kiefer.

and Repregentatives in Congress - Messrs. Appropriations-Messrs. Sayers, Breckin. Fitch, Tucker, Crain, Compton, De Armond, ridge of Ky. Dockery, Compton, O`Neil of Donovan, Lawson, stallings, Johnson of N. Mass., Livingston, Washington, Robertson of Dak., Curtis of N. Y., McDowell, Northway, La., Brookshire, Williams of I., Coombs, Hainer. Henderson of Iowa, Cogswell, Bingham, Foreign Affairs-Messrs. McCreary of Ky.. Dingley, Gront, Cannon of In.

Hooker of Miss., Fitch, Rayner, Geary, Price, Banking and Currency-Messrs. Springer, Tuck-r, Dinsmore, Everett, titt, Harmer, Sperry. Cia. Cobb of Mo., Culberson, Ellis of Storer,'Blair, Draper,

Van Voorhis of N. Y. Ky,, Cobb of Aln., Warner, Johnson of Ohio, Bläck ot Ga., Hall of Mo. Walker. Brosius, Zeissenhainer, Epes, Fyan, Brickner, Davey

Immigration and Naturalization-Messrs. Henderson of 111., Russell of Conn., Haugen, Paschal, Maguire, Gillet of N. Y., Bartholdt, Johnson of Ind.

Claims - Messrs. Bunn, Cox, Campbell, Wilson of Ohio, McDowell. Russell of Ga.. Hutcheson, Richards, Mutch Indian Affairs - Messrs, Holman, Allen, Ler, Clark of Mo., Hammond, Loud, Cooper Turp n, Lynch, Hall of Minn., Maddox, of Wis., Seulle, Heiner, Kiefer. Cousins. Hunter, Pendleton of Texas, Bower of N. C. ("oinage, Weights and Measures--Messrs. KKM, Wilson

of Wash., Hopkins of Penn. Bland, Tracey, Kilgore, Epes, Stone of Ky., Pickler, Sherman, Curtis of Kan., Smith of Allen, Bankhead, Rayner, Karter, Coffeen, 'Ariz,

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Interstate and Foreign Commerce-Messrs. Postoffices and Postroads - Messrs. Fies, Price, Brickner, Geary, Houk of Ohio, derson of N. C.,, Dunphy. Kyle. E Mallory, Patterson, Caruth, Durborow, Turpin, Sipe, Cabani88. Burnes. Sva Brawley, Bartlet', O'Neill of Penn., Randall, Caldwell. Wilson of Wash., Loud, Sm Stoner, Belden, Hepburn, Fletcher.

Iil, Houk of Tenn., Gardner and Fly Invalid Pensions-Messrs. Martin of Ind., Okla, Eyan, Hare, McEttrick, Baldwin, Graham, Public Buildings and Grounds - M Me Dannold, Erdman, Fielder, Taylor of Bankhead, Abboti, McKaig.

Campbell, Tenn, Pickler, Lacey, Apsley, Meiklejohn, Cadmus, Grady, Berry, Davey. Mil St ong

Sweet, Morse, Wright of Penn., W Judiciary-Messrs. Culberson, Oates, Stock. ana Mercer. dale, Goodnight, Boarner, Layton, Wolverton, Public Lands-Messrs. McRae, Hare, Fellows, Lane, Bailey, Terry, Ray, Powers, ner, Kribbs, Hall of Minn., Crai Broderick, William A. Stone, Updegraft, Gresham, Somers, Latimer. D'AVIS, L Childs.

Wanger, Moon, Meiklejohn, Ellis of Jabor-Messrs. (cGann, Cap-hart, Dunn, and Smith of Ariz, Erdman, Wells, Ryan, Talbert of 8. C., PENCE, Railways and Canals-Messrs. Catc Apsley, McCleary of Minn, Phillips, Gard Beltzhoover, Cobb of Mo., Gresha'n, Der, Kiefer.

Bower of N. C., Hudson, Cannon 01 Manufactures-Messrs. Page, Warner, Har. Hull, Chickering, McCleary of Minn., ter, Crawford McLaurin, Gorman, Cornish, ger, and Aiken. Conn, Chickering, Scranton, Linton.

Reform in the Civil Service-Messy Military Affairs-Messrs. Outhwaite, Wheel Forest, Brawley, Meredith, Hooker of er of Ala., Lapham, Gorman, Pendleton of Branch, Ev rett, Hines, 'Taylor of W.Va., Bretz, Bickles, Black of TIL, Morgan, Hopkins of III., Russell of Conn., B Bowers of Cal., Hull, Curtis of N. Y., Marsh, Sherman, and Van Voorhis of 0. Gillett of Mass., Woomer, Joseph of N.-Mex.

Rivers and Harborg-Messrs. Blan Militia-Messrs. Forwan. Meyer, Haines, Catchinge, Lester. Clarke of Ala., Baldwin, Bratton, kurnes, Cannon of Cal., Page, Alderson. Causey. Caminetti,' A Bell of Col., Wright of Mass., Adamg, Aitkin, loch. Barnes, Henderson of ill., Her Baker of N. H., Bright of Penn.

Stephenson, Hooker of N, Y., Gros Mines and Mining - Messrs. Weadock, and Rey burn. Sipe, Tate, Ikirt, Richardson of Mich., Mc. Rules - The Speaker, Messrs. Cato Dannold, Cockreli, BAKER of Kan., Stephen-outhwaite, Reed, and Burrows. soir, Shaw, Newlands, Cousins, Lilly, Raw.

Territories-Messrs. Wheeler of Ala lins.

gore, Branch, Donovan, Kribbs, Naval Affairs-Messrs. Cummings, Geissen. Hunter, SIMPSON, BOEN. Perkins.' Scr hainer, Meyer, McAleer, Clancy, De Armond, Le Fever, Avery, Smith of Ariz., aud Money, Talbotof Maryland, Tyler, Boutelle, of N. M. Dolliver, Wadsworth, Randali, Robinson of War Claims-Messrs. Beltzhoover, S: Peon., and Hulick.

Ky: Enloe, McLaurin, . Cooper of Pacific Railroads-Messrs. Rielly, Snod. Goldzier, McNagny, Ritchie, Houk of grass, Boa ner, Caruth, Kyle, Lockwood, Hermann, Mahon, Avery and Wilson Weadock, Bell of Tox., Hendrix, HARRIS,

Ways and Means--Messrs. Wilson Blair, Smith of II., Powers, Hepburn, and Va.. McMilun, Turner, Montgomery, Cooper of Wis.

ing, Cockran, Stevens, Bryan, Brecki Patents-Messrs. Covart, Lapham, De For: Payne, Dalzell, Hopkins of 111., and Ge

of Ark, Bynum, Tarsney, Reek. Bu ext, Tate, Hutcheson, Strait, Robbins, Neil,

JOINT COMMITTEES. Bowers of Cal., Draper, Kicks, Joy, and

Library-Messrs. Fellows, O'Ferrai Hulick.

O'Neill of Penn. Pensions - Messrs. Moses, Henderson of Printing - Mests. Richardson of North Caroliga, Jones, Houk of O., Snodgrass, McKaig, and Broderick. Taylor of Ind., Lisle, Clark of Mo., BAKER Enrolled Bills-Messrs. Pearson, 1 of Kan., Loudenslagor, Lucas, White, and of Ga., Latimer, 1lines, Hager, Adam Tawney.

Gillett of Mass.

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ELECTION OF UNITED STATES SENATORS, 1

CALIFORNIA. 1893, January 18.-Hon. Stephen F. White (Dem.) was elected to serve for six years from March 3, 1893, to succeed Hon. Charles N. Felton (Rep.). The vote in joint convention was: Felton 11, Perkins (Rep.) 12, Thomas H. Bard (Rep.) 2, Cator (Peo.) 7, scattering 5 (Republic cans). and 1 absentee, a Republican.

The previous vote, January 17, in each House, was: Senate-Felton 7, Perkins 6, Bard 5, White 18, scattering 4. Assembly-Felton 6. Perkins 8. Cator (Peo.) 8, White 42, scattering 12.

In the Democratic caucus, Jan on the first ballot, Mr. White h Wilson 7. Lynch 6; on the secon White had all the votes.

CONNECTICUT. 1893, January 18.-Hon. Jose Hawley (Rep.) was re-elected for si from March 3, 1893. The vote i convention was: Hawley 138; French (Dem.) 114, S. B. Forbes There were 23 absentees, of wh were unpaired and 10 paired.

The vote in each House, Janu was: Senate-Hawley 11, French 13

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sent, paired). House-Hawley 128, French

KENTUCKY. 105, Forbes 1 (absent 18). There was no election, as there was no choice in the 1893, February 14.-Hon. William LindSenate.

say (Dem.) was chosen to fill the unexThe votes in the Republican caucus,

pired term of Hon. John G. Carlisle, re

signed-to expire March 3, 1895. The January 11, were: 1.

vote was: Senate-Augustus E. Willson 2. 3. 5. 6.

House J. R. Hawley, H'ti'd 65 61 61 67 67 73

(Rep.) 6, Lindsay (Dem.) 16. M.G.Bulkeley, Htt'à 40 49 43 36 35 26

Willson 13, Lindsay 32.
S. Fessenden, st'mf'd 15 14 17 18 22 26.
W.E.Simonds, Canton 10 10 10 10

MAINE.

8 9 W. C. Case, Granby 6 4 7 6 6

1893, January 17.--Hon. Eugene Hale H.C. Robinson, H'tr'd 1 1 0

(Rep.) was re-elected for six years from S.E.Merwin, N.H'v'n 1 1 0

March 3, 1893. The vote was: SenateC.B. Andr'ws, L'ch'd 0 0

Hale 28, Arthur Sewall (Dem.) 1. House C.A.Russell, Kill'gly 0 0

0 -Hale 95, Sewall 41. Blank

0 0
0 0

MASSACHUSETTS.
Totals...

. 138 140 138 140 138 139 1893, January 17.-Hon. Henry Cabot Nec. to choice...... 70 71 70 71 70 70 Lodge (Rep.) was elected for six years

from March 3, 1893, to succeed Hon. DELAWARE. Henry L. Dawes (Rep.). The vote was:

A.

Senate-Lodge 29, Patrick 1893, January 17.-Hon. George Gray

Collins (Dem.) was re-elected for six years from

(Dem.) 11. House-Lodge 161, Collins 71.

In the Republican caucus, January 4, March 3, 1893. The vote was: SenateGray 7. House-Gray 21 (2 Republican iam w. Crapo 30.

Mr. Lodge received 147 votes and willSenators cast blank votes). INDIANA.

MICHIGAN.

1893, January 17.-Hon. Francis B. 1893, January 17.-Hon. David Turpie Stockbridge (Rep.) was re-elected for six (Dem.) was re-elected for six years from years from March 3, 1893. The vote was: March 3, 1893. The vote was: Senate Senate-Stockbridge 20, Campau (Dem.) Charles W. Fairbanks (Rep.) 15, Turple 10, Eugene H. Belden (Pop.) 1. House35. House-Fairbanks 35, Turple 63, Stockbridge 66, Campau 27, Belden 4.

In the Republican caucus, January 5, FLORIDA.

the vote was: Stockbridge 48, W. 1893, January 18.-Hon. Samuel Pasco

Luce 20, Jay A. Hubbell 9, Hartsufr 2, (Dem.) was re-elected by a unanimous

Jonathan G. Ramsdell 2, Oliver L. vote for six years from March 3, 1893.

Spaulding 2, Byron M. Cutcheon 2, John He served in the Executive session called

C. Fitzgerald 1, James O'Donnell i. Be

fore the vote in March under appointment by the Gov

announced changes ernor.

were made and the vote stood: Stock

bridge 77, Luce 10, which was afterward KANSAS.

made unanimous. 1893, January 25,--Hon. John Martin (Dem.) was declared chosen U. S. Sena

MINNESOTA. tor for the unexpired term of Hon. 1893, January 18.-Hon. Cushman K. Preston B. Plumb, deceased-to expire Davis (Rep.) was re-elected for six years March 3, 1895. In a joint convention,

from March 3, 1893. The vote in joint which was presided over by the Lieut. convention was: Davis 86, Daniel W. Governor, the vote was: Martin 86, M. Lawler (Dem.) 48, Sidney M. Owen (Pop.) W. Cobun 4, W. S. Harona 1, S. H. 23, scattering 9. Snyder 1, Fred. J. Close 1. In another The previous vote, January 17, in each joint convention held immediately there House was: Senate-Davis 20, Lawler after, called to order by Mr. Speaker 18, Owen 10, Merrian 2, Dickinson 1, Douglass, of the House, 78 votes were Start 1, Scheffer 1, Lind 1. House cast for J. W. Ady, and he was declared Davis 67, Lawler 31, Owen 12, Clapp 1, chosen to fill the vacancy. But this con Scheffer 1, Start 1 (absent 1). test of Mr. Martin's right to the seat In the Republican caucus, January 5, was soon abandoned.

Mr. Davis received 88 votes. In the Populist caucus, January 24, there were 15 ballots. On the first Mar

MISSOURI. tin had 33, Frank Dostax 25, Mr. Breid 1893, January 17.-Hon. Francis M. enthal 10, Charles Robinson 3, s. S. King Cockrell (Dem.) was re-elected for six 3, with several scattering. On the eighth years from March 3, 1893. The vote was: ballot Martin had 33, Doster 27, Breid Senate-Chauncey I. Filley (Rep.) 6, enthal 14, Robinson 3. On the tenth Mar Cockrell (Dem.) 43. House-Filley 43, tin had 38, Doster 39, Breidenthal 9, Cockrell 86. Robinson 4. On the eleventh Martin had 40, Doster 40, Breidenthal 7. On the

MONTANA. twelfth Martin had 42, Doster 40. Breid. The Legislature balloted up to the day enthal 5. On the fourteenth Martin had of adjournment, March 2, 1803, but with14. Doster 43, but a question being raised out result. The Democrats had a majority as to the accuracy of the count both on joint ballot, but they could not agree. candidates were

sent for and made The adjournment sine die was carried by speeches, after which, on the fifteenth the vote of the Dixon Democrats and ballot, Martin had 49 and Doster 35. Republicang.

was

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