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SOUTHERN NEW-ENGLAND REPUBLICAN COLLEGE LEAGUE. The representatives of leading colleges ham, Brown; third vice-president, H. B. n Southern New England, at a conven Forbes, Tufts; secretary, E. W. Gowell, ion held on May 12, organized as the Boston University; treasurer, P. Warren, Southern New England Republican Col Harvard. Executive Committee George ege League. The following officers were 0. Reddington, Yale; E. R. Harding, Boselected:

ton University; T. Spalding. Harvard; President, L. W. Mott, Harvard; C. A. Harrington, Worcester P. I.; H. J. vice-president, L. Pratt,

Will Hull, Brown; F. C. McDowell, Williams; ams; second vice-president, S. W. Bridg W. H. Taylor, Wesleyan.

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DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL AND STATE COMMITTEES.

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE. Chairman-W. F. Harrity, Philadelphia. New Jersey-Miles Ross, New Brunswick. Secretary-S. P. Sheerin, Logansport. New-York-W. F. Sheehan, Buffalo. Treasurer-Robert B. Roosevelt, New North Carolina-M, W. Ransom, Weldon. York,

North Dakota-W. C. Leistikow, Grafton. Alabama-H. D. Clayton, Eufaula.

Ohio-Calvin S. Brice, Lima. Arkansas-U. M. Rose, Little Rock.

Oregon-E. D. McKee, Portland. California-M. F. Tarpey, Alameda. Pennsylvania--W. F. Harrity, PhiladelColorado--C. S. Thomas, Denver,

phia. Connecticut-Carlos French, Seymour. Rhode Island-S. R. Honey, Newport. Delaware-L. C. Vandergrift, Wilmington, South Carolina--M. L. Donaldson, GreenFlorida-s. Pasco, Monticello.

ville, Georgia-Clark Howell, jr., Atlanta,

South Dakota-J. M. Woods, Rapid City. (daho-F. W. Beane, Blackfoot.

Tennessee-H. Cummings, Memphis. llinois-Benjamin T. Cable, Rock Island. Texas-0. T. Halt, Houston. Indiana-S. P. Sheerin, Logansport. Vermont-B, B. Smalley, Burlington. towa-J, J. Richardson, Davenport.

Virginia-B. B. Gordan, Sandy. Kansas-C. W. Blair, Leavenworth.

Washington-H. C. Wallace, Tacoma. Kentucky-T, H, Sherley. Louisville, West Virginia--John Sheridan, Piedmont, Louisiana--James Jeffries, Rapides.

Wisconsin-E. C. Wall, Milwaukee. Maine-Arthur Sewall, Bath,

Wyoming-W. L. Kuykendall, Saratoga. Maryland-A. P. Gorman, Laurel. Massachusetts Josiah Quincy, Boston.

Alaska-A. L. Delaney, Juneau. Michigan-D. J. Campau, Detroit.

Arizona-C. M, Shannon, Clifton. Minnesota Michael Doran, St. Paul.

District of Columbia-). L. Norris, WashMississippi-C. B. Howry. Oxford.

ington. Missouri-J. G. Prather, St. Louis.

New Mexico - H.

Ferguson, AlbuMontana-A. J. Davidson, Helena.

querque. Nebraska-Tobias Castor, Lincoln.

Oklahoma-T. M. Richardson, Oklahoma Nevada-R. P. Keating, Virginia City.

City. New Hampshire-A. W. Sulloway, Frank Utah-S. A. Merritt, Salt Lake City. lin.

Indian Territory-R. L. Owen, Muscogee. DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEES. hairmen and Secretaries of the Committees appointed by the last Democratic State

(and Territorial) Conventions. ALABAMA.-State Executive Com., H. GEORGIA.--State Com., W. Y, Atkinson,

Tompkins, Mortgomery, Chairman; Atlanta, Chairman; C. B. Conyers, AtChomas H. Clark, Montgomery, Secretary. lanta, Secretary. ARIZONA.Territorial Central Com., L. IDAHO.--State Central Com., Samuel H.

Jacobs, Tucson, Chairman; J. E. Hays, Boise City, Chairman; John E. Valker, Phoenix, Secretary.

Sterns, Nampa, Secretary. ARKANSAS.-State Central Com., Carroll Armstrong, Morrillton,

ILLINOIS.--State Central Com., Delos

Chairman; Gray Carroll, Little Rock, Secretary.

P. Phelps, Monmouth, Chairman; TheoCALIFORNIA. - State Central Com.,

dore Nelson, Palmer House, Chicago, SecMax Popper, San Francisco, Chairman;

retary. 1. T. Spotts, San Francisco, Secretary.

INDIANA.-State Central Com., Thomas COLORADO.-State Central Com, Frank Taggart, Indianapolis, Chairman; Joseph 2. Arbuckle. Denver, Chairman; Rod S. L. Reiley, Indianapolis, Secretary. Cing, Leadville, Secretary.

IOWA.-State Central Com., Charles D. CONNECTICUT.-State

Com., Clinton

Fullen, Fairfield, Chairman; J. E. Seev3. Davis, Higganum, Chairman; Fred

ers, Oskaloosa, Secretary. rick J. Brown, New-Haven, Secretary.

KANSAS.-State Central Com., J. S. DELAWARE.-State Com., L. Irving Handy, Newark, Chairman; J. H. Lay

Richardson, Wichita, Chairman; w. H. on, Frankford, Secretary.

L. Pepperell, Concordia, Secretary. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.-Central

KENTUCKY.-State Central Com., John Com., Wm. Holmead, Washington, Chair

D. Carroll, New-Castle, Chairman; Greene nan; Thos. F. Cool, Washington, Secre

R. Kellar, Carlisle, Secretary. cary.

LOUISIANA.-State Central Com., TheFLORIDA.-State Executive Com., S. odore S. Wilkinson, New Orleans, ChairM. Sparkman, Tampa, Chairman; T. A. man; H. B. McMurray, New Orleans, SecJennings, Jennings, Secretary.

retary.

DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEES.-Continued. MAINE.--State Com., Geo. E. Hughes, OHIO.-State Central Com.,

C. D. Bath, Chairman; F. E. Beane, Hallowell, Crites, Lima, Chairman; William T. Secretary.

Wear, Urbana, Secretary. MARYLAND.-State Central Com., Hat OKLAHOMA.-Central Com.,

J. tersly W. Talbot, Rockville, Chairman; Simpson, Guthrie, Chairman; J. L. VanSpencer Watkins, Rockville, Secretary. derwerter, Oklahoma City, Secretary.

MASSACHUSETTS.-State Com., John OREGON.-State Central Com., D. R. W. Corcoran, Boston, Chairman; Nathan Murphy, Portland, Chairman; Charles N. iel G. Robinson, Boston, Secretary.

Wait, Portland, Secretary. MICHIGAN.-State Central Com., EL PENNSYLVANIA.-State Central Com., liott Stevenson, Detroit, Chairman;

J. Marshall Wright, Allentown, ChairFrank H. Hosford, Detroit, Secretary.

man; Benjamin M. Nead, Harrisburg, MINNESOTA.-State Central Com.,

Secretary. Lewis Baker, St. Paul, Chairman; P. J.

RHODE ISLAND.-State Central Com., Smalley. St. Paul, Secretary.

Franklin P. Owen, Providence, ChairMISSISSIPPI.-State Executive

Com.,

man; W. B. Colwell, Olneyville, SecreQ. O. Eckford, Aberdeen, Chairman; D. P. tary. Porter, Jackson, Secretary.

SOUTH CAROLINA.-State Executive MISSOURI.-State Com., C. C. Maffit,

Com., J. L. M. Irby, Laurens, Chairman; St. Louis, Chairman; J. W. Zevely, Jeffer D. H. Tompkins, Columbia, Secretary. son City, Secretary.

SOUTH DAKOTA.-State Central Com., MONTANA.-Central Com., W. R. Ken John A. Bowler, Groton, Chairman; E. yon, Butte, Chairman; Leon A. La Croix,

M. O'Brien, Yankton, Secretary. Helena, Secretary.

TENNESSEE.-Executive Com., W. H. NEBRASKA.-State Central Com, Euc

Carroll, Nashville, Chairman; E. B. Wade lid Martin, Omaha, Chairman; James B. Murfreesboro, Secretary. Sheehan, Omaha, Secretary.

TEXAS.--State Executive Com., Walter NEVADA.-State Central Com., J. W. S. Baker, Waco, Chairman; Ed. KauffHealy, Carson City, Chairman; John man, Austin, Secretary. O'Toole, Virginia City, Secretary.

UTAH.-Territorial Central Com., John NEW-HAMPSHIRE. --State Com., John

T. Caine, Salt Lake City, Chairman; T. Arney, Lancaster, Chairman; Daniel Charles H. Hart, Logan, Secretary. M, White, Peterborough, Secretary.

VERMONT.-State Com., Herbert F. NEW JERSEY.-State Com., Allan La Brigham, Bakersfield, Chairman; John H. McDermott, Trenton, Chairman; Willard Senter, Montpelier, Secretary. C. Fisk, Jersey City, Secretary.

VIRGINIA.-State Com., J. Taylor EllyNEW-MEXICO.-Territorial Cent. Com., son, Chairman; Secretary. W. B. Childers, Albuquerque, Chairman;

WASHINGTON.--State Com., Henry Felix Martinez, Las Vegas, Secretary. Drum, Tacoma, Chairman; George Haz

NEW-YORK.-State Com., James W. ard, Tacoma, Secretary.
Hinckley, Poughkeepsie, Chairman; John WEST VIRGINIA.-State Executive
B, Judson, Gloversville, Secretary; John Com., William E. Chilton, Charleston,
McCarthy, Brooklyn, Treasurer.

Chairman; W. A. Ohley, Chairman, Sec. NORTH CAROLINA.--State Executive WISCONSIN.-State Central Com., E. Com., James H. Pon, Smithfield, Chair C. Wall, Milwaukee, Chairman; C. J. man; Wiley Rush, Ashboro, Secretary. Noel, Milwaukee, Secretary.

NORTH DAKOTA.-State Com., Burke WYOMING.--State Com., Wellis CortCorbett, Grand Forks, Chairman; Daniel hell, Laramie City, Chairman; Kirk Dyer, B. Holt, Fargo, Secretary.

Laramie City, Secretary. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DEMOCRATIC CLUBS. Organized 1888. First quadrennial convention, Baltimore, July 4, 1888. President, Chauncey F. Black, York, Penn. Executive Comrafttee-R G. Monroe. New-York; Geo. H. Lambert, New Jersey; H. Wells Rusk, Maryland; A. T. Ankeny, Minnesota; Wm. L. Wilson, West Virginia; Benton McMillan, Tennessee; James Fenton, Washington; C. C. Richards, Utah; N. W. McIvor, Iowa; Patrick A. Collins, Massachusetts; John C. Black, Illinois; Henry Watterson, Kentucky; J. S. Carr, North Carolina; Michael Harter, Ohio; Don M. Dickinson, Michigan; W. A. Clarke, Montana; Jefferson M. Levy, Virginia. Treasurer, Rosweil P. Flower, New-York. Secretary. Lawrence Gardner, Washington, D. C.; Office Executive Committee, Washington Loan and Trust Building, Washington, D. C.

PROHIBITION NATIONAL AND STATE COMMITTEES. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.-Chairman, Samuel Dickie, Albion, Mich., secretary, W. T, Wardwell, New-York City; treasurer, Samuel D. Hastings, Madison, Wis.; James A. Tate, Fayetteville, Tenn.; Helen M. Gougar, Lafayette, Ind.; A. A. Stevens, Tyrone, Penn.

CHAIRMEN OF THE STATE COMMITTEES.
Alabama-B. W. Eddy, Birmingham. Illinois-G. W. Gere, Champaign.
Arkansas-W. W. Wallace, Little Rock. Indiana-F. T. McWhirter,

Indianapolis.
California-J. M, Glass, Pasadena.

Iowa-B. F. Wright, Charles City.
Colorado - John Hipp. Denver.

Kansas-G. G. Wharton, Ottawa.
Connecticut-A. B. Lincoln, Hartford. Kentucky-E. J. Polk, Louisville.
Delaware.-C. H. Register, Smyrna.

Louisiana-John N. Pharr, Berwick.
Florida--E. H. Padget, Palatka.

Maine--V. B. Cushing. Bangor.
Georgia-Dr. J. 0. Perkins, Atlanta. Maryland-Edwin Higgins, Baltimore.
Idaho-Isaac S. Hicks, Caldwell,

Massachusetts-John Blackner, Springfield

CHAIRMEN OF PROHIBITION STATE COMMITTEES.-Continued. Michigan-C. P. Russell, Detroit.

Dregon-G. M. Weister, Portland. Minnesota-W. M. Lawrence, Minneapolis, Pennsylvania-H. D. Patton, Lancaster, Mississippi-Henry_Ware, Pass Christian. Rhode Island-J. A. Williams, Providence, Missouri-Charles E. Stokes, St. Louis. South Carolina Montana-C. C. Fuller, Bozeman.

South Dakota-J. A. Lucas, Sioux Falls. Nebraska-C. E. Bentley, Lincoln.

Tennessee-James A. Tate, Nashville. Nevada-Jacob Stiner, Reno.

Texas-E. C. Heath, Rockwall. New Hampsh'e-G.W. Barnard, Claremont. Vermont-F. H. Shepard, Vergennes. New Jersey-R. J. S. White, N. Y. City. Virginia-W. W. Gibbs, Staunton. New-York-Dr. M. Downing, Poughkeepsie Washington-Clark Davis, Seattle. North Carolina-J. H. Southgate, Durham. West Virginia-N. W. Beck, Wheeling. North Dakota-E.E. Saunders, Jamestown. Wisconsin-Prof. C. F. Cronk, Stoughton, Ohio-L. B. Logan, Alliance.

Wyoming-Emma E. Page, Manville. PEOPLE'S PARTY NATIONAL COMMITTEE. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.-Chairman, H. E. Taubeneck, St. Louis, treasurer, M. C. Rankin, Terre Haute, Ind. ; secretaries, J. H. Turner, Washington, D. C., and Lawrence J. McParlin, Lockport, N. Y.; Ignatius Donnelly, Hastings, Minn. George F. Washburn, Boston; J. H. Davis, Sulphur Springs, Texas; George F. Gaither, Walnut Grove, Ala.; B. O. Strickler, Omaha.

NATIONAL COMMITTTEE. ALABAMA.-John F. Ware, J. C. Man MICHIGAN.-J. 0. Zabel, Petersburg; ning, Birmingham; Geo. F. Gaither, Wal H. I. Allen, Schoolcraft; Ed. S. Cresoe, nut Grove.

Detroit. ARKANSAS.-J. W. Dellison, Rector; J. MINNESOTA.-Ignatius Donnelly, HastM. Pittman, Prescott; E. Le Ray, Eureka ings; K. Halverson, Soft Center; H. B. Springs.

Martin, Minneapolis. CALIFORNIA.-H. R. Shaw, Warm MISSISSIPPI.-G. W. Dyer, Batesville; Springs; Jesse Poundstone, Grimes; E. M. T. J. Millsap, Crystal Springs; N. J. Hamilton, Los Angeles.

Bradford, Pontotoc. COLORADO.-I. G. Berry, Montrose; J. MISSOURI.-M. V. Carroll, Butler; A. A. Wayland, Pueblo; Dr. Alex. Coleman, Rozelle, Tarkio; C. M. Gooch, Shelbina. Denver

MONTANA.-C. W. Hanscon, Butte City; CONNECTICUT.-Robert Pyne, Hart J. W. Allen, Glendive; J. H. Boucher, ford; Alfred S. Houghton, Seymour; H. Helena. C. Baldwin, Naugatuck.

NEBRASKA. - I. C. Chamberland, FLORIDA.-S. S. Harvey, Molino; P. L. Stromsburg; L. C. Stockton, Sidney: B. Jinkins, Seville; F. H. Lytle, Ocala.

0. Strickler, Omaha. GEORGIA.-J. H. Turner, La Grange; NEW HAMPSHIRE.-L. B. Porter, ConC. H. Ellington, Thompson; J. F. Brown, cord. Cameron.

NEW JERSEY.-John Wilcox, BridgeIDAHO.-A. T. Lane, Farmington; J. town; J. R. Buchanan, New York City; H. Anderson, Weiser; D. R. Munro, Sho- John W. Hayes, Philadelphia. shone.

NEW-YORK.-L. J. McParlin, Lockport; ILLINOIS.-H. E. Taubeneck, Marshall; Henry A. Hicks, New-York; L. C. Rob. E. Smith, Chicago; J. D. Hess, Pittsfield. erts, Nunda.

INDIANA.-M. C. Rankin, Terre Haute; NORTH CAROLINA.-S. O. Wilson, RaC. A obinson, Fountaintown; Thomas leigh; Thomas B. Long, Nashville; W. R. Franzier, Delphi.

Lindsay. Madison. IOWA.-W. H. Calhoun, Marshalltown; NORTH DAKOTA. - Walter Muir, W. S. Scott, Mystic; A. J. Westfall, Sar- Hunter; W. T. McCulloch, Jessie; Herman gent's Bluff.

Michaelson, Bismarck. KANSAS.-S. H. Snyder, Kingland; w. OHIO.-Hugo Prior, Cleveland; M. W. D. Vincent, Clay Center; J. W. Layburn, Wilkins, Cincinnati: J.C.H. Cobb, Wellston. Osage City

OREGON. - Joe Waldrop, Portland; J. W. KENTUCKY.-A. H. Cardin, Marion; J. Marksbury, Gold Hill; Charles E. Fitch, G. Blair, Carlisle; W. S. Scott, Scott's Le Grande. Station.

PENNSYLVANIA.-G. A. Latier, DanLOUISIANA.-G. W. Bruce, Pineville; ville; Jed. H. Leslie, New-Castle; J. B. T. J. Guise, Grand Cane; I. J. Mills, Aiken, Washington. Welsh.

SOUTH DAKOTA.-A. Wardall, Huron; MAINE.--H. Hobbs, Rockland; Henry A. M. Allen, Webster; Fred. Zipp. Bed. L. Betts, Ellsworth; E. W. Boynton, wood. Augusta.

TENNESSEE.-W. F. Gynee, W. MARYLAND.-N. A. Dunning, Hyats Wilkes, Memphis; L. K. Taylor, Nashville; M. G. Elzey, Woodstock; E. S. ville. Heffon, Federalsburg.

TEXAS.-Thomas Gaines, Comanche; R. MASSACHUSETTS.-Geo. F. Wash-w. Colman, San Antonio; J. H. Davis, burn, Boston; E. G. Brown, Charlestown; Sulphur Springs. Peter Gardner, Danvers.

WISCONSIN.-Robert Schilling. Mil. VIRGINIA.-J. H. Hobson, Belona; waukee; Colonel C. M. Butt, Viroqua; Major Mann Page, Brandon; Captain s. Henry O'Brien, Superior. H. Newberry. Bland.

WYOMING.-Wm. Taylor, Rock Creek. WASHINGTON.-C. W. Young, Pull DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.-Lee Cranman; M. F. Knox, Seattle; D. B. Hanna, dell, Annie L. Diggs, Dr. T. A. Bland, Tacoma.

Washington, WEST VIRGINIA.-S. H. Piersol, Park OKLAHOMA.-P. O. Cassidy, Guthrie; ersburg: John E. Staley, Clarksburg; P. M. Gilbert, Edmond; B. F. Mauk, N. W. Fitzgerald, Terra Alto.

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ALABAMA-CAPITAL, MONTGOMERY.
Office.

Name.

Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary Governor

Wm. c. Oates.... 2 years Dec. 1, 1894.. Dec. 1, 1896. . $3,000 Secretary of State. Jas. K. Jackson.. 2 years Dec. 1, 1894, . Dec. 1, 1896.. 1.800 Auditor

John Purifoy .... 2 years Dec. 1, 1894.. Dec. 1, 1896.. 1,800 Treasurer

J. Craig Smith... 2 years Dec. 1, 1894.. Dec. 1, 1896.. 2.100 Attorney-General William C. Fitts.. 2 years Dec. 1, 1894.. Dec. 1, 1896. 2.250 Chief Justice... Geo. W. Stone.... 6 years Nov. 12, 1892. Nov. 12, 1898. 3,600 Supt. of Education. John O. Turner.. 2 years Dec. 1, 1894.. Dec. 1, 1896.. 2,250 Com'r of Agriculture. H. D. Lane, 2 years Dec. 1, 1894.. Dec. 1, 1896.. 2,000 Chancellor

Thos. Cobbs.. 6 years Nov. 12, 1892. Nov. 12, 1898. 2,500 Chancellor

S. K. McSpadden.. 6 years Nov. 12, 1892. Nov. 12, 1898. 2,500 Chancellor Jno. A. Foster.... 6 years Nov. 12, 1892. Nov. 12, 1898.

2,500 Chancellor

W. H. Taylor....16 years Nov. 12, 1892. Nov. 12, 1898. 2,500

ALASKA-CAPITAL, SITKA.
Office.

Name.

Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary Governor

James Sheakley... 4 years April 19, 1892 Aug. 28, 1896| $3,000 *Lieut.-Governor Chas. D. Rogers.. 4 years Feb. 24, 1894 Feb., 1898.... 2,500 U. S. District Judge. Warren Truitt. 4 years(April 19, 1892 April, 1896.. 3,000 *Also Secretary of State.

ARKANSAS-CAPITAL, LITTLE ROCK.
Office.

Name,

Term. Term began. Term ends. Salary. Governor

James P. Clark... 2 years(Jan., 1895 Jan., 1897. *$3,000 Secretary of State. H. B. Armistead.. 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897

1.800 Auditor

C. B. Mills.

2 years(Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897 12, 250 Treasurer Runson Gulley. 2 years Jan., 1895.

.. Jan., 1897. 2,250 Adjutant-General E. B. Kinsworthy. 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897. 1,500 Chief Justice..

H. G. Bunn. 8 years May 1, 1893. . Oct. 30, 1896. 3,000 Supreme Court Clerk. W. P. Campbell..

11,200 Supt. Public Inst'n.. Junius Jordan ... 2 years Oct. 31, 1894.. Oct. 31. 1896.. 1.600 *$500 for rent of mansion. Also Insurance Commissioner. And fees.

ARIZONA-CAPITAL, PHOENIX.
Office.

Name,

Term. Term began. Term ends. Salary Governor Louis C. Hughes. 4 years 1893

1897

$2,60 Secretary of State. Chas. M. Bruce.. 4 years 1893

1897 Auditor

C. P. Leitsh.
2 years 1894

1896

1,00 Treasurer

P. J. Cole........
2 years 1894

1896

1,00 Adjutant-General Ed. Schwartz..

years 1894

1896 Chief Justice... A. C. Baker.. 4 years 1894

1898

3,00 Clerk Supreme Court. J. L. B. Alexander Supt. Public Inst'n..F. J. Nitherton... 2 years 1893 ........ 1895

Railroad Commissioners-G. M. Gaze, Reese M. Luig, Leonidas Holliday and R. W. Wood.

CALIFORNIA-CAPITAL. SACRAMENTO.
Office.

Name. Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary. Governor

James H. Budd... 4 years (Jan., 1895.... Lieutenant-Governor: s. G. Millard..

Jan., 1899.. $6,000

4 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1899. Secretary of State. L. H. Brown. 4 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1899. 3,000 Controller

E. P. Colgan. 4 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1899. 3,000 Treasurer

Levi Radcliffe. 4 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1899.. 3,000 Attorney-General W. F. Fitzgerald. 4 years Jan., 1895.. Jan., 1899. 3.000 Chief Justice.

W. H. Beatty..... 12 yrs. Jan. 6. 1891 Jan. 6. 1903. 6,000 Surveyor-General M. J. Wright..... 4 years Jan., 1895....Jan., 1899.. 3,000 • $10 per diem as President of Senate during Legislature session.

COLORADO-CAPITAL, DENVER.
Office.

Name,

Term. 1 Term began., Term ends. Salary. Governor

A. W. McIntyre.. 2 years Jan., 1895... Jan., 1897. $5,000 Lieut.-Governor. J. L. Brush. 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897 1.000 Secretary of State. A. B. McGaffen.. 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897 3,500 Auditor

C. C. Parks.. 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897. 2,500 Treasurer

H. E. Mulnix.. 2 years (Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897 6,000 Chief Justice.

C. J. Hoyt,

2 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1897. 4,000 Clerk Supreme Court. J. A. Miller..

years Jan., 1895... Jan., 1897. 3,500 Supt. Public Inst'n. JA. Pearce

2 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1897... 3,000

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CONNECTICUT-CAPITAL, HARTFORD.
Office.

Name.

Term. 1 Term began. Term ends. Salary. Governor

0. Vincent Coffin. 2 years Jan. 9, 1895.. Jan., 1897.... $4,000 Lieut.-Governor. Lorrin A. Cooke.. 2 years Jan. 9, 1895.. Jan., 1897.. 1,500 Secretary of State. Wm. C. Mowry... 2 years Jan. 9, 1895.. Jan., 1897. 1,500 Controller

Benj. P. Mead... 2 years Jan. 9, 1895.. Jan., 1897. 1,500 Treasurer

George W. Hodge. 2 years Jan. 9, 1895.. Jan., 1897. 1,500 Chief Justice Chas. B. Andrews. 8 years 1889

1897

5,500 Supreme Court Clerk. Jas. P. Andrews..

4,000 Insurance Com'r..... B. Mansfield...

July 1895.. 3,500 Railroad Commissioners-Geo. M. Woodruff, Wm. 0. Seymour, Alexander C. Robertson, 3 years, $3,000 each.

DELAWARE-CAPITAL, DOVER.
Office.

Name.

Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary. Governor

Joshua H. Marvil. 4 years 3 Tu., Jan.,'95 3 Tu., Jan., '99 $2,500 Secretary of State. N. B. Smithers... 4 years 3 Tu., Jan., '95 3 Tu., Jan.,'99) $1,000 Auditor John P. Dulaney.. Legislature elects.

500 Treasurer Wilbur H. Burnit.

2,000 Attorney-General J. R. Nicholson.. 5 years April 5, 1893. April 5, 1898. 2.000 Chief Justice... Chas. B. Lore... Life.

3,000 Chancellor Jas. L. Wolcott.. Life.

3,000 Insurance Comm'r.

1898

1,400 *And fees.

FLORIDA-CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE.
Office,

Name.

Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary. Governor

Hy. L. Mitchell.. 4 years Jan. 3, 1893. Jan. 3, 1897.1 $3,500 Secretary of State. J. L. Crawford.. 4 years Jan. 3, 1893. Jan. 3, 1897. 1,500 Treasurer

C. B. Collins. 4 years Jan. 3, 1893. Jan. 3, 1897. 2,000 Attorney-General Wm. B. Lamar.. 4 years Jan. 3, 1893. Jan. 3, 1897. 1,500 Chief Justice..

B. S. Liddon. Supt. Public Inst'n.. Wm. N. Sheats. 4 years Jan. 3, 1893. Jan. 3, 1897. 1,500 Com'r Agriculture.... JL. B. Wombwell.14 years Jan. 3, 1893. Jan. 3, 1897. 1,500

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GEORGIA-CAPITAL, ATLANTA.
Office.

Name. Term. 1 Term began. Term ends. Salary. Governor

Wm. Y. Atkinson. 2 years Nov. 1, 1894.. Nov. 1, 1896. . ] $3,000 Secretary of State. Allen D. Candler.. 2 years Nov. 1, 1894.. Nov. 1, 1896.. 2,000 Controller

Wm. A. Wright.. 2 years Nov. 1, 1894.. Nov. 1, 1896.. 2,000 Attorney-General Jos. M. Terrell.. 2 years Nov. 1, 1894.. Nov. 1, 1896.. 2,000 Treasurer

R. U. Hardeman.. 2 years Nov. 1, 1894.. Nov. 1, 1896.. 2,000 Adjutant-General John M. Kell..... 2 years Nov. 1, 1894.. Nov. 1, 1896.. 2,000 Chief Justice. L. E. Bleckley. 6 years Jan. 1, 1893.. Jan. 1, 1899..

3.000 Com'r of Agriculture. Rob't T. Nesbitt. 2 years Nov. 1, 1894.. Nov. 1, 1896.. 2,000 Supt. Public Inst'n.. S. D. Bradwell. 2 years Nov. 1, 1894.. Nov. 1, 1896.. 2.000 Railroad Com'r.. Virgil Powers.... 6 years(Oct, 15, 1889.. Oct. 15, 1895.. 2,500 Railroad Com'r.. Allen Fort..... 6 years Oct. 15, 1891.. Oct. 15, 1897.. 2,500 Railroad Com'r L. N. Trummell.. 6 years Oct. 15, 1893.. Oct. 15, 1899.. 2,500

IDAHO-CAPITAL, BOISE CITY.
Office.

Name.

Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary. Governor

W. J. McConnell.. 2 years(Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1897.. $3.000 Lieutenant-Governor. F. J. Mills.

2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897 $5 day. Secretary of State.. Isaac Garrett. 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897. 1, SOO Auditor

F. C. Ramsay 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897 1.800 Treasurer

C. Bunting.. 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897. 1,000 Attorney-General Geo. M. Parsons.. 2

years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897. 2,000 Chief Justice..

2 years Jan., 1895.... Jan. 1897. 3,000 Supt. Public Instruc. Charles Foresman. 2 years Jan., 1895.... Jan. 1897.... 1,500

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INDIAN TERRITORY-CAPITAL, TAHLEQUAH.
Office.

Name.

Term. | Term began. Term ends.
Chief
R. Y. Harris.. 4 years 1891

1895 Assistant Chief. Stephen Tee-hee.. 4 years 1891

1895 Executive Secretary.. John L. Adair.... 4 years 1891

1895 Auditor S. Walkingstick.. 2 years 1893

1895 Treasurer E. E. Starr ....... 4 years 1891

1895 Chief Justice.. John Wicklift.... 3 years 1891

1894 Supreme Court Clerk. Wm. Eubanks..

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Salary. $2,000 1.000 1,000

400 1.000 500 150

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