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NORTH CAROLINA-CAPITAL, RALEIGH,

Office.

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

$3,000 Lieut.-Governor R. A. Doughton.. 4 years(Jan. 1, 1893.. Jan. 1, 1897.. Secretary of State. Chas. M. Cooke.. 4 years Sept., 1895... Jan. 1, 1897..1 +2,000 Auditor

R. M. Furman.... 4 years (Jan. 1, 1893.. Jan. 1, 1897.. 1,500 Treasurer

Wm. H. Worth.. 4 years Jan, 1, 1893.. Jan. 1, 1897.. 3,000 Chief Justice.

Wm. T. Faircloth 8 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1903. 2,500 Supt. Public Instruct.JJ. C. Scarborough) 4 years Jan. 1, 1893.. Jan. 1, 1897..1 1,500

*$6 per day as President of Senate,

†Appointed to fill vacancy.

NORTH DAKOTA-CAPITAL, BISMARCK.

Office,

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

Roger Allin.... 2 years|Jan. 1, 1895.. Jan. 1, 1897. . $3,000 Lieut.-Governor John H. Horst.... 2 years Jan. 1, 1895..Jan. 1, 1897.. 1,000 Secretary of State.. C. M. Dahl. .... 2 years Jan. 1, 1895.. Jan. 1, 1897.. 2,000 Attorney-General John F. Cowan... 2 years Jan, 1, 1895.. Jan. 1, 1897. 2,000 Auditor .......... Frank A. Briggs. 2 years Jan, 1, 1895.. Jan. 1, 1897.. 2,000 Treasurer ......... Geo. E. Nichols... 2 years Jan. 1, 1895..Jan. 1, 1897.. 2,000 Chief Justice ........J.M. Bartholom'w. 6 years Dec. 1, 1894.. Dec. 1, 1900.. 4,000 Supt. Public Instruct. Emma F. Bates.. J2 years.Jan. 1. 1895. IJan. 1, 1897.: 1,800

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OHIO-CAPITAL, COLUMBUS.

Office.
Governor
Lieut.-Governor
Auditor
Treasurer
Attorney-General
Chief Justice...

Name.
A. S. Bushnell....
A. W. Jones.
W. J. Gilbert.
S. J. Campbell.
F. S. Monett.
F. J. Dickman....

Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary. 2 years 2 Mo. Jan. '96 2 Mo. Jan. '98) $8,000 2 years 2 Mo. Jan. '96| 2 Mo, Jan, '98 800 4 years 2 Mo. Jan. '96 2 M. Jan. 1900 3.500 2 years 2 Mo. Jan. '96 2 Mo, Jan. '98 3,500 2 years 2 Mo. Jan, '96 2 Mo. Jan. '98 2,000 4 years Feb.. 1890. Feb., 1895... 4,000

OKLAHOMA CAPITAL, GUTHRIE.

Omce.
Governor
Sec'y of Territory
Auditor
Treasurer .........
Chief Justice.......

Name.

Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary. W. C. Renfrow.. 4 years May 6. 1893.. May 5, 1897. $2,600 Thos. J. Lowe.... 4 years Sept. 2, 1893. Sept. 1, 1897. 1,800 E. D. Cameron.... 2 years Feb. 21, 1895. Feb. 20, 1897. 2,000 M. L. Turner..... 2 years(Jan. 20, 1894. Jan. 19, 1898. 1,500 Frank Dale....... 4 years Sept. 12, 1893. Sept. 10, 1897. 3,000

OREGON-CAPITAL, SALEM.

Office.

Name. Governor

W. P. Lord..... Secretary of State. H. R. Kincaid... Treasurer

Phil. Metschan. Attorney-General C. M. Idleman. Chief Justice....... R. S. Bean... Supt. Public Inst'n..G. M. Irwin.

Term. Term began. Term ends. Salary. 4 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1899. $1,500 4 years Jan. 14, 1895. Jan., 1899.. 1,500 4 years Jan. 14, 1895. Jan., 1899.

800 4 years Jan. 14, 1895. Jan., 1899. 6 years July, 1890.... July, 1896. 2,000 4 years Jan. 14, 1895. Jan., 1899.. 1,800

PENNSYLVANIA-CAPITAL, HARRISBURG.

Office.

Name.

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

D. H. Hastings. 4 years 3 Tu. Jan. '95 3 Mo. Jan. '99 $10,000 Lieut.-Governor... Walter Lyon.... 4 years|3 Tu. Jan. '93 3 Mo. Jan. '99

3,500 Sec'y of Com'wealth. Frank Reeder.

*5,100 Sec'y of Int. Affairs. James W. Latta.. 4 years May 18, 1895. May, 1899.... 3,500 Auditor-General Amos H. Mylin. 4 years May 18, 1895 May, 1899. 4,200 Treasurer

B. J. Haywood... 4 years 3 Mo. Jan. '963 M. Jan. 1900 6,200 Chief Justice......... Jas. P. Sterrett...

1 M. Jan.'1900 8,500 Supt. Public Inst'n. JN. C. Schaeffer.

3,750

RHODE ISLAND-CAPITAL, PROVIDENCE,
Office.

Name.

Term. Term began. Term ends. Salary. overnor

Chas. W. Lippitt. 1 year. May 28, 1895. May 29, 1896. $3.000 ieut.-Governor Edwin R. Allen.. 1 year. May 28, 1895. May 29, 1896. ecretary of State.. Chas. P. Bennett. 1 year. May 28, 1895. May 29, 1896. 3.50 ttorney-General. Edw'd C. Dubois. 1 year. May 28, 1895. May 29, 1896. 2.500 reasurer

Samuel Clark .... 1 year. May 28, 1895. May 29, 1896. 2.500 djutant-General Elisha Dyer ..... 5 years Feb. 7, 1892. Feb. 6, 1897.. 1.200 hief Justice .. Charles Matteson. Life... April 17, 1891

5,500 apt. Public Inst'n.. T. B. Stockwell.. 1 year. June, 1895. June, 1896. 3,000

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SOUTH CAROLINA-CAPITAL, COLUMBIA.

Office,

Name.

Term. Term began. Term ends. (Salary. vernor ...

J. Gary Evans. . . . 12 years Dec. 4, 1894.. Dec., 1896.... $3,500 leut.-Governor .....W. H. Timmerm'n 2 years Dec. 4, 1894. .Dec., 1896. ecretary of State...D. H. Tompkins.. 2 years Dec. 4, 1894.. Dec., 1896. 1.900 ontroller.

James Norton. 2 years Dec. 4, 1894..Dec., 1896. 1,900 ttorney-General 0. W. Buchanan. 2 years Dec. 4, 1894.. Dec., 1896. 2.100 reasurer

W. T. C. Bates... 2 years Dec. 4, 1894. .Dec., 1896. 1.900 hief Justice Henry McIver.... 6 years 1892

1898

3,000 pt. Public Instruct. W. D. Mayfield... 2 years/Dec. 4, 1894. .Dec., 1896.. 1,900 *$8 per day during session of Legislature.

SOUTH DAKOTA-CAPITAL, PIERRE.
Office.

Name.

Term. Term began. Term ends. Salary. overnor

C. H. Sheldon. years Jan. 8. 1895. Jan. 8. 1807. 2.500 Teut.-Governor .... Chas. N. Herried. 2 years Jan. 8, 1895.. Jan. 8, 1897. ecretary of State... Thomas Thorson.. 2 years Jan. 8, 1895.. Jan, 8, 1897.. 1.800 ttorney-General .... C. I. Crawford... 2 years Jan. 8, 1895.. Jan. 8, 1897.. 1,000 uditor ............. J. E. Hipple.. 2 years (Jan. 8, 1895. Jan. 8, 1897.. 1.800 reasurer ......... K. G. Phillips.. 2 years Jan. 8, 1895.. Jan. 8, 1897..

1,800 hief Justice.

Dighton Corson... 16 years Jan. 1, 1894.. Jan. 1, 1900.. 2.500 upt. Public Instruct. Frank Crane...... 2 years Jan. 8, 1895.. Jan. 8, 1897. 1.800 *$10 per day during session of Legislature.

TENNESSEE-CAPITAL, NASHVILLE.

Office.

Name.

Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary. overnor

Peter Turney. 2 years(Jan, 15, 1895. Jan. 15, 1897. $4,000 ecretary of State... W. S. Morgan. 4 years Feb. 16, 1893 Feb. 16, 1897. 3,000 ontroller

J. A. Harris.. 2 years Feb. 1, 1895.. Feb. 1, 1897, 3.500 reas. & Ins. Com'r. E. B. Craig. ::.... 2 years Feb. 1, 1895.. Feb. 1, 1897. 3,500 upt. Public Instruct. S. G. Gilbraith... 2 years Mar. 1, 1895.. App'd by Gov 2.000 hief Justice.. D. A. Snodgrass.. 18 years Sept. 1, 1894. Sept. 1, 1902. 3.000

TEXAS-CAPITAL, AUSTIN.
Office.

Name.

Term. Term began. Term ends. Salary. overnor

Chag. A. Culberson 2 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1897.. $4,000 ieut. -Governor ..... Geo. T. Jester..... 2 years Jan., 1895.. Jan., 1897 ecretary of State... Allison Mayfield... 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897.

2,000 ttorney-General M. M. Crane.. 2 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1897 ontroller ..... R. W. Finley 2 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1897

2,500 om. Gen. L'd Office. A. J. Baker 2 years Jan., 1895. Jan., 1897 2,500 hief Justice.

R. R. Gaines. 6 years 2 Tu. Jan. '942 T. Jan. 1900 4.000 apt. Public Instruct. J. M. Carlisle.. 2 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1897.... 2,500 ceasurer ...

W. B. Wortham.. 2 years Jan., 1895.... Jan., 1897.. 2,500 *$5 per diem during session of Legislature.

UTAH-CAPITAL, SALT LAKE CITY.

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Office.

Name.

Term.

1 Term began. Term ends. Salary. overnor

Heber M. Wells.. 4 years Jan., 1896.. Jan., 1900. $2,000 ecretary of State... J. T. Hammond.. 4 years Jan., 1896.. Jan., 1900. 2,000 uditor

M. Richards, jr.. 4 years Jan., 1896.. Jan., 1900. 1,500 reasurer

James Chipman.. 4 years Jan., 1896. Jan., 1900. 1.000 ttorney-General A. C. Bishop 4 years Jan., 1896. Jan., 1900. 1,500

+ Pub. Inst'n. Dr. J. R. Park.... 14 years Jan., 1896. Jan., 1900 1,500

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Office.

Name.

Term. | Term began. Term ends. Salary. Governor ..... U. A. Woodbury.. 2 years Oct. 6, 1894.. Oct. 6, 1896. . $1,500 Lieut.-Governor ..... Zophar M. Mansur 2 years Oct. 6, 1894.. Oct. 6, 1896.. Secretary of State. C. W. Brownell.. 2 years Oct. 6, 1894.. Oct. 6, 1896.. 1,800 Auditor

F. D. Hale.. 2 years Oct. 6, 1894.. Oct. 6, 1896.. 2,000 Treasurer

Henry F. Field. . 2 years Oct. 6, 1894.. Oct. 6, 1896.. 1,700 Chief Justice

Jonathan Ross... 2 years Oct. 6, 1894. Joct. 6, 1896.. 3,300

*$6 a day during session of Legislature.

VIRGINIA-CAPITAL, RICHMOND.

Office.

Name.

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

Chas. T. O'Ferrall 4 years Jan. 1, 1894. Dec. 31, 1897. $5,000 Lieut.-Governor R. C. Kent.... 4 years Jan. 1, 1894.. Dec. 31, 1897. 400 Secretary of State. . J. T. Lawless.... 2 years Jan, 1, 1896.. Jan. 1, 1898.. 2,000 Attorney-General.... R. Taylor Scott.. 4 years(Jan. 1, 1894.. Jan. 1, 1898.. 2,500 Auditor

Morton Marye.... 2 years Jan. 1, 1896.. Jan. 1, 1898. . 3,000 Treasurer

A. W. Harman,jr. 2 years(Jan, 1, 1896.. Jan. 1, 1898.. 2,000 Pres. Ct. of Appeals. James Keith...... 12 yrs.. Jan. 1, 1895.. Jan. 1, 1906.. 3,500 Supt. Public Inst'n. JJohn E. Massey..! 4 years.Jan. 1, 1894. Jan. 1, 1898.. 2,000

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WASHINGTON-CAPITAL, OLYMPIA.

Office,

Name.

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

J. H. McGraw... 4 years Jan. 11, 1893. Jan. 11, 1897.] $4,000 Lieut.-Governor F. H. Luce.. 4 years Jan, 11, 1893. Jan. 11, 1897. 1,000 Secretary of State. J. H. Price, 4 years Jan. 11, 1893. Jan, 11, 1897. 2,500 Auditor

L. R. Grimes... 4 years Jan, 11, 1893. Jan. 11, 1897. 2,000 Treasurer

0. A. Bowen..... 4 years Jan. 11, 1893. Jan. 11, 1897. 2,000 Chief Justice.. J. P. Hoyt....

7 years 1889

1896

4.000 Supt. Public Inst'n.. C. W. Bean... ... 4 years (Jan. 11, 1893. Jan. 11, 1897. 2,500 Attorney-General W. C. Jones. 4 years[Jan. 11, 1893. Jan. 11, 1897. I 2,000

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WEST VIRGINIA-CAPITAL, CHARLESTON.

Office,

Name.

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

Wm. A. McCorkle 4 years|Mar. 4, 1893. Mar. 4, 1897. $2,000 Secretary of State.. W. E. Chilton.... 4 years Mar. 4, 1893. Mar. 4, 1897. •1,000 Auditor

1. V. Johnson.. 4 years Mar. 4, 1893. Mar. 4, 1897. 2,200 Treasurer John M. Rowan.. 4 years Mar. 4, 1893. Mar. 4, 1897.

1,400 Supt. Public Inst'n.. Virgil A. Lewis..) 4 years Mar. 4, 1893. I Mar. 4, 1897. 1,500 * And fees.

WISCONSIN-CAPITAL, MADISON.

Office.

Name.

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

Wm. H. Upham... 2 years Jan. 8. 1895.. Jan. 8. 1897. . $5,000 Lieut.-Governor Emil Baensch.. 2 years (Jan. 8, 1895.. Jan. 8. 1897.. 1,000 Secretary of State.. Henry Casson..... 2 years Jan. 8, 1895.. Jan, 8, 1897.. 5,000 Attorney-General Wm. H. Mylrea... 2 years Jan. 8, 1895.. Jan. 8, 1897.. 3,000 Treasurer

S. A. Peterson... 2 years Jan. 8, 1895. Jan. 8, 1897.. 5,000 Chief Justice.

Harlow S. Orton.. 10 yrs. (Jan. 1, 1888.. Jan, 1, 1898.. 5,000 Supt Public Inst'n.. John Q. Emery...12 years Jan. 8, 1895. 1 Jan. 8. 1897../ 1,200

WYOMING-CAPITAL, CHEYENNE.

Office.

Name.

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

W. A. Richards... 4 years Jan. 7, 1895.. Jan. 7, 1899.. $2,500 Secretary of State. C. W. Burdick.... 4 years Jan. 7, 1895.. Jan. 7, 1899.. 2,000 Auditor

W. 0. Owen.... 4 years Jan. 7, 1895.. Jan. 7, 1899.. 2,000 Treasurer

Henry G. Hay.... 4 years Jan. 7, 1895. Jan. 7. 1899. 2,000 Chief Justice.

H.V. S. Groesbeck 6 years 1 Mo. Jan. '91 1 Mo. Jan. '97 3.000 Supt. Public Inst'n.. Miss Estelle Reel. 4 years Jan. 7, 1895..1 Jan. 7, 1899. I 2,000

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN LEAGUE OF THE UNITED STATES.

Organized, Chickering Hall, New-York City, December 17, 1887. Headquarters 100
Dearborn-st., Chicago. Chairman, E. A, McAlpin, N. Y. City: treasurer, Edward B.
Harper, New-York City; secretary, M. J. Dowling, Minnesota. The League is
composed of the Republican Clubs organized in the several States and united in a
National organization. Its purpose is organization and education, and its aims to en-
list recruits for the Republican party, particularly the young men and the first
voters." Its mission is to promote the interests of the Republican party locally
and nationally. Next National Convention, June 19, 1895, Cleveland, Ohio.
Executive Presidents

Secretaries
States.
Committee. (a) State Leagues.

State Leagues
Alabama

A. G. Negley... A. G. Negley... E. P. Jennings, Decatur.
Arkansas ...... H. M. Cooper... A. S. Fowler... W. S. Holt, Little Rock.
California ...... Theo. Reichert. G. P. Ayers..... R. A. Delafield, San Francisco.
Colorado ... W. K. Burchinell B. M. Malone... C. W. Varnum, Denver.
Connecticut .... E. L. Lindsley.. F. B. Farnsworth J. P. Glynn, Winsted.
Delaware

G. W. Marshall. S. M. Knox..... H. C. Brown, Wilmington.
Florida .........

E. P. Axtell.... H. S. Chubb.... P. Walter, Jacksonville.
Georgia ........ A. E. Buck.....
Idaho

W. C. Hill. ... E. L. Wilson.. Charles A. Shafer, Boise City.
Illinois

A. Campbell...., C. W. Raymond. J. A. Russell, Elgin. Indiana ........

W. L. Taylor... M. R. Sulzer. R. E. Mansfield, Indianapolis, Iowa

F. W Bicknell.. F. R. Conaway. T. J. Wilcox, Northwood. Kansas

J. M. Miller.... C. M. Sheldon.. C. E. Gault, Topeka. Kentucky ....**

Wm. E. Riley... L. J. Crawford. D. H. Stine, Newport. Louisiana ......

Andrew Hero, jr. H. H. Blunt.... C. C. Wilson, New Orleans.
Maine

J. H. Manley... E. C. Reynolds. Geo. E. McCam, Auburn.
Maryland G. R. Gaither, jr. S. R. Mason.... Wilson H. Mules, Baltimore.
Massachusetts ..
J. H. Gould.. J. H. Gould.

C. F. Rice, Boston.
Michigan

Junius E. Beal.. P. T. Colgrove.. Perry F. Powers, Cadillac.
innesota
T. E. Byrnes. ... John Goodnow...

F. C. Stevens, St. Paul.
Missouri ....... J. F. Flanagan.. J. H. Harkless.. Charles Wenneke, St. Louis.
Montana ....... Robt. E. Fisk... E. S. Booth..... H. H. Niedenhofen, Butte.
Nebraska ...... Church Howe... F. W. Collins...
Nevada ........ H. F. Bartine... H. F. Bartine.. E. D. Van der Lieth, Carson City
New Hampshire. S. s. Jewett.... H. W. Greene.. E. N. Pearson, Concord.
New Jersey ....F. P. Magowan.. J. H. Gaskill.... Joshua Matlack, jr., Mt. Holly.
New-York

E. A. McAlpin.. G. E. Green..... O. J. Seiler, Jamestown.
North Dakota .. A. B. Guptill... John Knauf..... Frederick J. Bryant, Binghamton.
Ohio ........... Chase Stewart... D.D.Woodm'nsee E. J. Miller, Columbus.
Oregon ......... Walter L. Tooze. B. B. Beekman.... H. L. Wells, Portland.
Pennsylvania John O'Donnell. Everett Warren. {E: W. Fleitz. Cor. Sec. Scranton.
Rhode Island.... H. E. Tiepke.... H. E. Tiepke... R. W. Jennings, Providence
South Carolina.. V. P. Clayton... s. Corley.. V. P. Clayton, Columbia.
South Dakota ... H, L. Green..... R. J. Woods.... F. H. Hueston, Canton.
Tennessee ...... E. S. Ashcraft.. Jas. W. Brown.. Wm. H. Connette, Nashville.
Texas .......... A. Springer.....

D. A. Robinson. Wm. H. Atwell, Dallas,
Utah

........... H. Sherman, jr.. G. T. Childs. ... Harmel Pratt, Salt Lake City.
Vermont ....... H. S. Peck..... S. J. Kenyon... Walter B. Gates, Burlington.
Virginia ....... H. de B. Clay... H. de B. Clay.. P. C. Corrigan, Newport News
Washington .... W. H. Doolittle. A. G. Avery.... C. Sidney Smith, Spokane, Wash.
West Virginia... Stewart F. Reed, C. D. Elliott.... J. W. Stuck, Doddridge.
Wisconsin ...... H. H. Rand... S. A. Harper... David C. Owen, Milwaukee.
Wyoming ....... W. Van Devanter. C. C. Hamlin... W. 0. Owen, Laramie.
Arizona ..... George Christ... B. Heney, ...... J. B. Woodward, Phoenix
Dist.of Columbia. D. A. Ray...... D. A. Ray...... J. C. Chancy, Washington.
New Mexico E. W. Dobson.. A. L. Morrison.. R E. Twitchell, Santa Fe.
Oklahoma .....

T. G. Risley.... T. B. Ferguson. N. P. McCabe, Guthrie.

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a Advisory members-Hon. James S. Clarkson, Plaza Hotel, N. Y. City; Hon. John M. Thurston, Omaha, Neb.

REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMIT

TEE OF NEW-YORK. Headquarters, Room 101, No. 1,402 Broadway, New-York City. Officers : President, William Brookfield; vice-presidents, Charles A. Flammer and Columbus 0. Johnson; treasurer, Henry Einstein; secretary, William H.

Ten Eyck,

NEW-YORK COUNTY REPUBLI-
CAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION OF
THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW-
YORK. President, John E Milholland:
vice-presidents, Gen, 0. H. La Grange.
Major Chester H. Southworth and Lewis
Bock; secretaries, W, W. Graham 2
Samuel Koenig.

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE. Officers: Chairman, Thomas H. Carter, field, Ohio, secretary; Thomas H, Carter; Helena, Mont.; vice-chairman, M. H. De J. S. Clarkson, 518 Fifth-ave., New York Young, San Francisco, Cal.; secretary, City; Henry C. Payne, Milwaukee, Wis.; Joseph H. Manley, Augusta, Me.; treas Samuel Fessenden, Stamford, Conn.; urer, Cornelius N. Bliss, New-York City, Garrett A. Hobart, Paterson, N. J.; W. J. N. Y. Executive Committee-Joseph H. Campbell, Chicago, Ill.; William 0. BradManley, chairman; W. H. Hahn, Mans- ley, Lancaster, Ky.

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REPUBLICAN STATE COMMITTEES. Chairmen and Secretaries of the committees appointed by the last Republican State

(and Territorial) Conventions. ALABAMA-R. A. Moseley, jr., Bir MISSISSIPPI-L. B. Moseley, Jackson, mingham, chairman; C. F. Johnson, Mo vice-chairman; T. V. McAllister, Vicksbile, secretary.

burg, secretary. ARKANSAS-Henry M. Cooper, Little MISSOURI-Chauncey 1. Filley, St. Rock, chairman; Mifflin W. Gibbs, Little Louis, chairman; A. P. Griffin, St. Louis, Rock, secretary

secretary, CALIFORNLA-P. B. Cornwall, San MONTANA-Lee Mantle, Butte, chairFrancisco, chairman; D. M. Burns, San man; Thomas A. Cummings, Fort Benton, Francisco, secretary. COLORADO-Irving Howbert, Colorado

NEBRASKA-J. L. Greene, Lincoln, Springs, chairman; W. D. Todd, Denver, chairman; T. E. Sedgwick, York, secresecretary.

tary. CONNECTICUT-H. E. Benton, New NEVADA-T. Coffin, Carson City, chairHaven, chairman; Samuel A. Eddy, man; W. R. Randall, Carson City, secreCanaan, secretary.

tary. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-Aaron NEW HAMPSHIRE—Stephen S. Jewett, Bradshaw, chairman; Chas. W. Scott, Laconia, chairman; William Tutherly, Anacosta, D. C., secretary.

Concord, secretary. DELAWARE-James H. Wilson, Wil NEW-JERSEY-Franklin Murphy, Newmington, chairman; Hugh C. Browne, ark, chairman; John Y. Foster, Newark, Wilmington, secretary.

secretary. FLORIDA-Dennis Eagan, Jackson NEW-MEXICO–William Griffin, ville, chairman; Joseph E. Lee, Jackson- Santa Fe, chairman; J. D. Woodyard, Soville, secretary.

corro, secretary. GEORGIA-Alfred E, Buck, Atlanta, NEW-YORK-Chas. W. Hackett, Utica, chairman; J. H.

Deveaux, Savannah, chairman; John S. Kenyon, Syracuse, secsecretary.

retary; E. A. McAlpin, treasurer. IDAHO-Mart. Patrie, Market Lake, NORTH CAROLINA-A. E. Holton, chairman; C. J. Bassett, Blackfoot, secre- Yadkinville, chairman; W. H. Martin, Ratary.

leigh, secretary. ILLINOIS-Vacant

NORTH DAKOTA-W. H. Robinson, chairman; C. A. Partridge, Chicago, secre- Mayville, chairman; G. Hamilton, tary.

Grand Forks, secretary. INDIANA-John K. Gowdy, Rushville, OHIO–J. M. Ickes, Newark, chairman; chairman; Russell M, Seeds, Indianapolis, J. R. Shinn, Ashland, secretary. secretary.

OKLAHOMA-Wm. Grimes, Kingfisher, IOWA-H. G. McMillan, Des Moines, chairman; H. F. Ardery, Guthrie, secrechairman; I, M. Traynor, Des Moines, tary. secretary.

OREGON–George A. Steel, Portland, KANSAS–J. M. Simpson, McPherson, chairman; William Kapus, Portland, secchairman; Frank L. Brown, Garnet, secre retary. tary.

PENNSYLVANIA-Matthew S. Quay, KENTUCKY-John W. Yerkes, Dan- Beaver, chairman; Jere B. Rex, Huntingville, chairman; William E. Riley, Louis don, and W. R. Andrews, Meadville, secville, secretary.

retaries. LOUISIANA-Gen. A. S. Badger, New RHODE ISLAND-Hunter C. White, Orleans, chairman; William Vigers, New-Providence, chairman; Eugene F. Warner, Orleans, secretary.

Providence, secretary. MAINE-Joseph H. Manley, Augusta, SOUTH CAROLINA-E. A. Webster, chairman; Frank E. Southard, Augusta, Orangeburg, chairman; Rev. J. S. Johnsecretary.

son, Charleston, secretary. MARYLAND-Geo. L, Wellington, Cum SOUTH DAKOTA-O. S. Bassford, Redberland, chairman; H. Clay Naill,' Balti field, chairman; C. H. Vinton, Redfield, more, secretary. MASSACHUSETTS-E. S. Draper, Bos

TENNESSEE-Newell Sanders, Chattaton, chairman; A. C. Ratschesky, Boston, nooga, chairman; Lee Brock, Nashville, secretary

secretary. MICHIGAN-James McMillan, Detroit, TEXAS-John Grant, Sherman, chairchairman; D. E. Alward, Detroit, secre man; W. E. Easton, San Antonio, secretary.

tary. MINNESOTA-Tams Bixby, Red Wing, UTAH-Geo. M. Cannon, Salt Lake City, chairman; Harris Richardson, St. Paul, chairman; Lillie R. Pardee, Salt Lake

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