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WARREN-Continued. a SEC. OF STATE. GOV'R.

a SEC. OF STATE. *GOV'R. -1895 --1894–

1895

-1894 Rep. Dem. Pro. Rep. Dem.

Rep. Dem. Pro. Rep. Dem.
Pal-
Mor-

Pal

Mormer.King.Smith. ton. Hill.

mer.King. Smith. ton. Hill. Caroline

315
191

9
322
190
Luzerne

190
63

244 56 Danby

216 81 9 234 92 Queensbury 1678 1050 54 1641 1224 Dryden 525 295 76 581 313 Stony Creek...

126 73 11 138 Enfield 156 101 14 178 119 Thurman

118 63

131 51 Groton 496 196 75 580 236 Warrensburg ..

194 156 10 235

211 Ithaca (city): 1st Ward... 196 195 9 203 221

Total

3593 1975 186 3655 2169 2d Ward.... 473 378 15 530 356 | Plurality

1618

1486 3d Ward... 426

336 30 484 330 *In 1894 Baldwin, Pro., had 165; Mat4th Ward... 276 144 19 300 139 thews, Pop., 120; Matchett, Lab., 33;

Wheeler, St. Dem., 43. a In 1895 WakeTotal city. 1371 1053 73 1517 1045 man, Pop., had 71; Pellenz, Lab., 6. Ithaca (town).. 143

133

166 113 Lansing

282
165

351 189
Newfield
238 198
274 175

WASHINGTON. Ulysses .... 383 209 46 449 228 Argyle

457

91 17 441 88

Cambridge 338 150 14 539 187 Total 4125 2622 348 4652 2700 Dresden

106 30 4

24 Plurality 1503

1952
Easton

391 161 23 390 171 *In 1894 Baldwir., Pro., had 356; Mat

Fort Ann.

395 141 14 404 134 thews,

Matchett,
Pop., 122;

Lab., 33;
Fort Edward.. 623

28
386

659 387 Wheeler, St. Dem., 144. a In 1895 Wake

Granville

655 330 53 738 Greenwich

831 man, Pop., had 80; Pellenz, Lab., 14,

295 25

765 318 Hampton

81 51

91 58 ULSTER.

Hartford

288 61 10 255 66 Hebron

308 124 19 300 115 Denning ...... 106 81 3 122

88
Jackson

216 78 10 221
Esopus
504 295 33 559

757 291 39 851 Gardiner 153 179 5 159 212

Putnam

89 13 17 96 8 Hardenburg 109 67

102 54
Salem

513 228 13 540 211 Hurley 245 155 8

267
200
White Creek.. 411 166 12

163 Kingston (t'n). 41 25 1 36 57

Whitehall

706 375 6 685 393 Kingston (city): 1st Ward... 269 177 11 280 195

Total 2d Ward...

... 7165 2971 308 7314 3000 244 6 324 241 Plurality

4314

4194 3d Ward.. 201 132

253
147

In 1894 Baldwin, Pro., had 294; Mat4th Ward. 216

276
201 294

thews, Fop., 73; Matchett, Lab., 36; 5th Ward.. 154 269

181 296

Wheeler, St. Dem., 57. a In 1895 Wake6th Ward.. 227 207

232 221 7th Ward.. 224 237

man, Pop., had 51; Pellenz, Lab., 8.

2 253 240
8th Ward.. 292 271 8 290 282
9th Ward... 450
15 460 376

WAYNE.
Arcadia

765 Total city. 2424 2113

503 42 795 51 2474 2292

578 93 335

15

336 Lloyd

25 298

Butler 211 35 373 259 Marbleton

Galen 426

509

42 199

356

414

629
37 462 244
Huron

196 79 Marlborough

8 233 396 310 29 455 364

725

556 14

Lyons New Paltz

753 611 254 215 14 281 265 Olive

Macedon

16 264

319 148

363 312

172 22 254

316 Plattekili 247

Marion

306

30 69

351 S6 120 21 261 160 Rochester

Ontario

88
312
282

329

380 116 331 339 Rosendale 575

593

Palmyra 531

641

256
605
24

574 Saugerties 1263 795

Rose

114

30 275 36 1154

100 762 Shandaken

Savannah

248 334

127 277

266 29

149 351 335 Shawangunk 226 218

Sodus
512 353 28

603
27 282

384 223 L'Ister

278
297

Walworth

294 110 14 281

328 119 7 Wawarsing 916

91
684
Williamson

31

383 892

466 116 49

723 Woodstock 219 78

Wolcott

221 15

398

30 244

284

461 101 Total 9480 7444 486 9945 8284

Total

6166 3164 374 6880 3644 Plurality ... 2040

Plurality 3002

2836 1661 . In 1894 Baldwin, Pro., had 44; Mat *In 1894 Baldwin, Pro., had 303; Matthews, Pop., 113; Matchett, Lab., 85;

thews, Pop.,

58;

Matchett, Lab., 37; Wheeler, St. Dem., 135. a In 1895 Wake Wheeler, St. Dem., 89. a In 1895 Wakeman, Pop., had 40; Pellenz, Lab., 22. man, Pop., had 34; Pellenz, Lab., had 18. WARREN.

WESTCHESTER. Bolton 190 52 209 49 Bedford

415 323 39 470 Caldwell 165 126 14 173 114 Cortlandt

....1,622 1.296 59 1,616 1.302 Chester 277 96 12 226 112 Eastchester

185
282

440 Hague ..

77 45 9 89 56 Greenburgh ...1,234 1,137 Horicon

19 1,331 1,006 177 99 1

254
56 Harrison

112 Johnsburg

116

112 401 152 24 325 163 Lewisboro

170 108 6 142 112

341

800

22

26

25

234

27

350

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WESTCHESTER-Continued.

WYOMING. a SEC. OF STATE. *GOV'R.

a SEC. OF STATE. GOV'R. -1895 -1894

-1895 -1894 Rep. Dem, Pro. Rep. Dem.

Rep. Dem. Pro. Rep. Dem.
Pal-
Mor-

Pal

Mormer. King. Smith. ton. Hill.

mer. King. Smith. ton. Hill. Mamaroneck. 194 25+ 1 244 234 Arcade

211 113 6 233 174 Mt. Pleasant.. 631 663 50 644 581 Attica

359 238 11 358 266 Mount Vernon:

Bennington 149 124 5 162 213 1st Ward... 269 192

308 187 Castile

342
43 421

104 2d Ward... 354 216 14 401 193 Covington

184 18 12 188 39 3d Ward.. 287 166 11 334 152 Eagle

202

16 242 4th Ward... 428 427

14 479 373 Gainesville 317 133 25 371 160 5th Ward... 211 149 9 210 109

Genesee Falls. 89 61 3 103 62
Java
160 148 10

152

230 Total, city...1,549 1,150 53 1,732 1,014 Middleburg 185 47 18

204

67 Newcastle 254 169 17 279

152 Orangeville

136
59

150 63 New-Rochelle 762 773

38
841
689
Perry

469 73 60 510 109 North Castle.. 182 102 5 190 107

Pike.

303 47 20

309 55 North Salem.. 190 130 10 208 141 Sheldon

152 133

149

224 Ossining ......1,012 42 1,108 797 Warsaw

702 222 36 733 288 Pelham 110 68 2 271 226 Wethersfield 110 63 18

115

92 Poundridge

98 98

116 71 Rye 866 756 26 1,120 821 Total

4070 1627 294 4400 2219 Scarsdale 55 29 10 62 34 Plurality 2443

2181 Somers

164
169 3

179 15+
to)

*In 1894 Baldwin, Pro., had 272; Mat

677 856 thews, Pop., 153; Matchett, Lab., 32; White Plains.. 521 539

24

Wheeler, St.. Dem., 90. a In 1895 Wake555

488 Yonkers:

man, Pro., had 167; Pellenz, Lab., 10. 1st Ward. 414 368

739 757 2d Ward... 567 379 12 1,070 567

YATES. 3d Ward... 395

238

6 633 736 Barrington 173 73 22 206 81 4th Ward... 421 563

111 95 Benton

328 108 30 359 114 5th Ward... 933 453 24 511 504 Italy

140 33 7 173 14 6th Ward... 204 713 15

Jerusalem

354

139 45 351 155 7th Ward... 210 172 34

Middlesex

163

18 183 Milo

842 436 41 863 Total, city...3,144 2,886 69 3,064 2,659 Potter

243 84 10 253 82 Yorktown 253 199 9 300 205 Starkey

412 179 31 469 219 Terrey

160 88 6 174 113 Total .....13,726 11,933 489 15,787 12,447 Plurality ......1,733

Total

2815 1193 210 3031 1369 *In 1894, Baldwin, Pro., had 525; Mat Plurality

1622

1662 thews, Pop., 230; Matchett, Lab., 305; *In 1894 Baldwin, Pro., had 220; MatWheeler, st. Dem., 568.

thews, Pop., 255; Matchett, Lab., 12; a In 1895, Wakeman, Pop., had 87; Wheeler, St. Dem., 62. a In 1895 WakePellenz, Lab., 550.

man, Pop., had 233; Pellenz, Lab., 9.

West Chester.. {Anne. City.

53

60 531

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. .

PRINCIPAL EXECUTIVE. JUDICIAL AND DIPLOMATIC

OFFICERS.
THE EXECUTIVE.

Annual salary. GROVER CLEVELAND, of New-York, President of the U. S....

$50,000 ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of Illinois, Vice-President of the U. s..

8,000 THE CABINET.

Annual salary. a RICHARD OLNEY, of Massachusetts, Secretary of State

$8,000 JOHN G. CARLISLE, of Kentucky, Secretary of the Treasury.

8,000 DANIEL S. LAMONT, of New-York, Secretary of War..

8,000 b JUDSON HARMON, Attorney-General..

8,000 *WILLIAM L. WILSON, of West Virginia, Postmaster-General.

8,000 HILARY A. HERBERT, of Alabama, Secretary of the Navy

8,000 HOKE SMITH, of Georgia, Secretary of the Interior...

8,000 JULIUS STERLING MORTON, of Nebraska, Secretary of Agriculture..... 8,000

a In place of Walter Q. Gresham, who died May 28, 1895. Of the thirty-two Secretaries of State who have held office since the organization of the Government, four have died in office. The other three were: Hugh Swinton Legare, died June 21, 1843; Abel Parker Upshur, killed by bursting of gun, February 28, 1844, and Daniel Webster, died October 24, 1852. In place of Wilson s. Bissell, resigned, February 28, 1895. b In place of Richard Olney, made Secretary of State. June 7, 1895.

of

for

PRINCIPAL DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS. (The figures after each name indicate the year of appointment or assignment, and the

figures with $ sign indicate the annual salary. STATE DEPARTMENT.

Solicitor the Treasury-Felix Assistant Secretary-Edwin F. Uhl

Reeve (1893). Tennessee, $4,500. (1893), Michigan, $4,500.

WAR DEPARTMENT. Second Assistant Secretary-Alvey A.

Assistant Secretary Joseph B. Doe Adee (1882), New-York, $3,500.

(1893), Wisconsin, $4,500. Third Assistant Secretary-Wm. W.

Adjutant-General-Brig.-Gen. George D. Rockhill (1894), New-York, $3,500.

Ruggles (1893). Chief of Diplomatic Bureau-T. W. Crid

Inspector-General-Brig.-Gen. Joseph C. ler, $2,100.

Breckinridge (1889). Chief of Consular Bureau-Vacant, Quartermaster-General-Brig.-Gen. Rich$2,100.

ard N. Batchelder (1890). TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

Commissary-General-Brig.-Gen. Michael Assistant Secretaries-William Edmond R. 'Morgan (1894). Curtis (1893), New-York; Charles S. Ham Surgeon-General-Brig.-Gen. George M. lin (1893), Massachusetts; Scott Wike Sternberg (1893). (1893), Illinois, $4,500.

Paymaster-General-Brig.-General ThadController-Robert B. Bowler (1893) deus H. Stanton (1895). $5,500.

Chief of Engineers-Brig.-Gen. Wm. P. Ass't Controller-Edward A. Bowers, Craighill (1895). (1895), Connecticut, $5,000.

Chief of Ordnance-Brig.-Gen. Daniel W. Auditor for the Treasury Department-Flagler (1891), New-York. Ernest

P. Baldwin (1893), Maryland, $4,000.

Judge-Advocate-General-Brig.-Gen.

N. Lieber (1895). Auditor for War Dept.-T. Stobo Farrow (1893), South Carolina, $4,000.

Chief Signal Officer-Brig.-Gen. Adolphus

W. Greely (1887).
Auditor
Interior Dept.-Samuel

Chief Record and Pension Officer-Col. Blackwell (1893), Alabama, $4,000.

F. C. Ainsworth. Auditor for Navy Dept.-Wm. H. Pugh (1895), Ohio, $4,000.

NAVY DEPARTMENT. Auditor for State Dept.--Thomas Hol

Assistant Secretary - William McAdoo, comb (1893), Delaware, $4,000.

(1893), Virginia, $4,500. Auditor for P. O. Dept.-Geo. A. How

Bureau of Yards and Docks-Commodore ard (1894), Tennessee, $4,000.

E. O. Matthews (1894).

Bureau of
Treasurer U. S.-Daniel N. Morgan Francis M. Ramsay (1889).

Navigation-Rear-Admiral (1893), Connecticut, $6,000.

Bureau of Ordnance-Captain William Register of the Treasury-J. Fount.

T. Sampson (1893). C Tillman (1893), Tennessee, $4,000.

Bureau of Provisions and ClothingController of the Currency–James H. Paymaster-General Edwin Stewart (1890).c Eckels (1893), Illinois, $5,000.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery-SurCommissioner of Internal Revenue-Jo-geon-General J. Rufus Tryon (1883). c seph S. Miller (1893), West Virginia,

Bureau of Construction and Repair $6,000.

Naval Constructor Philip Hichborn (1893).c Commissioner of Navigation-Eugene T. Chamberlain (1893), New-York, $3,600.

Bureau of Equipment-Commander F. E.

Chadwick (1893). C Solicitor of Internal Revenue-Robert

Bureau of Steam Engineering EngineerT. Hough (1893), Ohio, $4,500.

in-Chief George W. Melville (1887). C Director of the Mint-Robert E. Preston

Judge-Advocate-General-Lieut. Samuel (1893), District of Columbia, $4,500. C. Lemley, U. S. Navy Corps (1892),

Chief of the Secret Service Division-$3,500. d William P. Hazen (1894), Ohio, $3,500. Commandant of Marine Corps – Col. Supervising Surgeon-General of the Ma

Charles Heywood (1891). rine Hospital Service-Walter Wyman cRank of Commodore while Chief of Bu(1890), Missouri, $4,000.

reau, d Rank of Captain while head of

office.
Supervising Inspector-General of Steam
Vessels-James A. Dumont (1876), New POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT.
York, $3,500.

First Assistant Postmaster-General Bureau of Statistics-Worthington C. Frank H. Jones (1893), Illinois, $4,000. Ford (1893), New-York, $3,000.

Second Assistant Postmaster-GeneralBureau of Engraving and Printing-Charles Neilson (1894). Maryland. $4,000. Claude M. Johnson (1893), Kentucky, Third Assistant Postmaster-General $4,500.

Kerr Craige (1893), North Carolina, $1,000 Superintendent of the U. S. Coast and Fourth Assistant Postmaster-GeneralGeodetic Survey-W. W. Duffield (1894), Robert A. Maxwell (1893). New York, Michigan, $6,000.

$4,000.

PRINCIPAL DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS-Continued. Chief Clerk-Frank H. Thomas (1894), CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS. Michigan, $2,500.

John R. Procter, Kentucky; William G. Assistant Attorney-General -John L.

Rice, New-York; John B. Harlow, MisThomas (1893), Missouri, $4,000.

souri; $3,500 each. John T. Doyle, secreSuperintendent of Foreign Mails-N. M. tary; Wm. H. Webster, chief examiner. Brooks (1890), Virginia, $3,000.

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSuperintendent of Money Order System -Edward M. Gadsden (1893), Georgia,

SIONERS. $3,500.

William R. Morrison, Illinois, chair. General Superintendent of Railway Mail

man; Wheelock G. Veazey, Vermont; Service-James E. White (1890), Illinois, Martin A. Knapp, New-York; Judson C. $3,500.

Clements, Georgia; James D. Yeomans, Superintendent of Dead Letter Omce- Georgia. Annual salary, $7,500 each. EdBernard Goode (1893), Michigan, $2,500. ward A. Moseley, secretary, $3,500.

Chief Postoffice Inspector-M. D. Wheel- INTERCONTINENTAL RAILWAY COMer (1893), New-York, $3,000.

MISSION.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

A. J. Cassatt, Pennsylvania; Henry G. Solicitor-General - Lawrence Maxwell

Davis, West Virginia; Richard C. Kerens, (1893), Ohio, $7,000.

Missouri.
Assistant Attorneys-General-Edward B.
Whitney (1893), New-York; Holmes Con-

GOVERNMENT DIRECTORS IN THE
rad (1893). Virginia; Joshua E. Dodge, UNION PACIFIC R. R. COMPANY.
Massachusetts; Charles B. Howry (1893),
Mississippi, $5,000 each.

E. Ellery Anderson, New-York; J. W.

Doane, Illinois; Fitzhugh Lee, Virginia; INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. J. W. Paddock, Nebraska. One vacancy. First Assistant Secretary--William H. Sims (1893), Mississippi, $4,500.

DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION. Assistant Secretary-John M. Reynolds Superintendent-Herman Stump (1893), (1893), Pennsylvania, $4,000.

Washington, $4,000. Assistant Attorney-General-John I. Hall

Commissioners-Joseph H. Senner, New(1893), Georgia, $5,000.

York, $6,000 (1893): Thos. F. Delehanty, Commissioner of the General Land Ot

Boston, $2,200 (1894; W. H. Ruby, Baltifice-Silas W. Lamoreux (1893), Wisconsin, Philadelphia, $2,200 (1891); W. P. Strad

more, $2,200 (1893); J. J. S. Rodgers, $5,000.

ley, San Francisco, $2,200 (1893); W. T. Commissioner of Pensions – William Levy (1894), Quebec and Halifax, $2,200; Lochren (1893), Minnesota, $5,000.

R. G. Penn (1893). Vancouver and VicCommissioner of Indian Affairs-Daniel toria, $2,200. M. Browning (1893), Illinois, $4,000.

SOLDIERS' HOME COMMISSIONERS. Commissioner of Patents-John S. Seymour (1893), Connecticut, $5,000.

Major-General Nelson A. Miles, presiCommissioner of Education-William T.

dent; Adjutant-General George D. RugHarris (1889), Massachusetts, $3,000.

gles, Quartermaster-General R. N. Batch

R. Commissioner of Railroads-Wade Hamp- Morgan,

elder, Commissary-General Michael

Surgeon-General George M. ton (1893), South Carolina, $4,500.

Sternberg, Judge-Advocate-General G. N. Director of Geological Survey-Charles Lieber, Brig.-Gen. David S, Stanley, GovD. Walcott (1894), New-York, $5,000.

ernor of Soldiers' Home. Acting Superintendent of the Census

Officers of the Home-Brig.-Gen. D. S. Carroll D. Wright (1893), Massachusetts, lieut.-gov.; Major R. c. Parker, secre

Stanley, governor; Captain D. A. Irwin, to complete the work.

tary and treasurer; Lieut.-Col.'W. H. Architect of the Capitol-Edward Clark Forwood, surgeon, (1865), Pennsylvania, $4,500.

BUREAU OF AMERICAN REPUBLICS. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Assistant Secretary-Charles W. Dabney

Clinton Furbish, director;

secretary, No. (1894). Tennessee, $4,500.

2 Jackson Chief of the Weather Bureau-Willis L. Place, Washington; translators, John c. Moore (1895), $4,500.

Redman, Portuguese, and Jose I. Rodri

guez, Spanish; editor, H. H. Marmaduke. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

INDIAN COMMISSION. Public Printer-Thomas E. Benedict (1894), New-York, $4,500.

Chairman, Merrill E. Gates, Amherst, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.

Mass.; secretary, E. Whittlesey, Washing

ton, D. C.; Albert K. Smiley, Lake MoCommissioner-Carroll D. Wright (1888), honk, N. Y.; William D. Walker, Fargo, Massachusetts, $5,000.

N. D.; William H. Lyon and Darwin R. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.

James, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Joseph T. Ja

cobs, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Philip_c. GarLibrarian-Ainsworth H. Spofford (1864). rett, Philadelphia; Bishop Henry B. WhipOhio, $4,000.

ple, Faribault, Minn.

PRINCIPAL DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS-Continued. U. S. BOARD

ON GEOGRAPHIC , natives, the Egyptian Government and NAMES.

members of the Khedival family. These Chairman, Henry Gannett; secretary,

mixed tribunals, in civil matters within Marcus Baker, Geological Survey; Andrew

their exclusive jurisdiction, superseded H. Allen, State Department; Capt. G. W.

the consular courts. A mixed tribunal Goethals, War Dep't.; A. B. Johnson,

consists of five judges, three of whom are Lighthouse Board; Commander C. D. foreigners and two natives. The foreign Sigsbee, U. S.

N.;

vacant, Postoffice judges are appointed by the Khedive on Dep't.; Prof. 0. T. Mason, Smithsonian

the recommendation of the great Powers, Institution; Herbert G. Ogden, Coast Sur each of which is represented by from one vey; Harry King, Interior Dep't.

to three judges. There are several tribINTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL

unals of original jurisdiction (first inOF

stance) and a court of appeals at AlexEGYPT.

andria, The United States is represented In 1876, as the result of negotiations in these courts by the following judges: between the Ottoman and Egyptian gov Court of Appeals at Alexandria-Anernments and the various Christian pow thony M. Keiley, Virginia (app'a 1894). ers having representatives at Cairo, cer Court of First Instance at Cairotain courts were created in Egypt for the Walker Fearn, Alabama (app'd 1894). trial of mixed civil causes arising be Court of First Instance at Mansourahtween persons of different foreign nation Somerville P. Tuck, New York (app'a alities, and suits of foreigners against | 1894).

When ap

PRINCIPAL JUDICIAL OFFICERS.

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT. (a) Chief Justice-MELVILLE W. FULLER, Illinois, 4th Circuit. Appointed 1888 No. of

When ap

No. of
Circuit.
Justices.
pointed. Circuit.

Justices.

pointed 1. Horace Gray, Mass..

..1881 5. Edward D. White, La.. .1894 2 Henry B. Brown, Michigan... 1891 7. John M. Harlan, Kentucky...1877 3. George Shiras, jr., Penn.

8. David J. Brewer, Kansas.....1889 Rufus W. Peckham, N. Y....1895 9. Stephen J. Field, California. .1863

(a) Salary of Chief Justice, $10,500; of each Justice, $10,000.

....1892

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CIRCUIT JUDGES OF THE UNITED STATES.

(Salary $6,000 a year each.) 1. Le Baron B. Colt, Rhode Island; Wil 6. William H. Taft, Ohio; Horace H. liam L. Putnam, Maine.

Lurton, Tennessee. 2. William J. Wallace and E, Henry La 7. W. A. Woods, Indiana; James G. Jen

combe, New-York; Nathaniel Ship kins, Wisconsin; John W. Showalter, man, Connecticut.

Illinois. 3. Marcus W. Acheson and George M. 8. Henry C. Caldwell, Arkansas; Walter Dallas, Pennsylvania.

H. Sanborn, Minnesota; Amos M. 4. Nathan Gofr, West Virginia; C. H. Si Thayer, Missouri. monton, South Carolina,

9. Joseph McKenna, California; William 5. Don A. Pardee, Louisiana; A. P. Mc B. Gilbert, Oregon; Erskine M. Ross, Cormick, Texas.

California. The First Circuit consists of the States of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. The Second, of_Connecticut, New-York and Vermont. The Third, of Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The Fourth, of Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. The Fifth, of Alabama Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. The Sixth, of Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee. The Seventh, of Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. The Eighth, of Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. The Ninth, of California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.

DISTRICT JUDGES. ANNUAL SALARY $5,000. State. Name. Where employed. State. Name. Where employed. Alabama (N.D.)-John Bruce. Montgomery Connecticut-W. K. Townsend. New Haven

(S.D.)-Harry T, Toulmin..... Mobile Delaware-Leonard E. Wales. Wilmington Ark. (E.D.)--John A. Winiams. Little Rock Florida (N.D.)-C. Swayne...Jacksonville

(W.D.)-Isaac C. Parker,..Fort Smith (S.D.)–Jas. W. Locke...... Key West California(N.D.) --W.W.Morrow..S.Frisco Georgia (N.D.)-W. T. Newman. . Atlanta (S.D.)-Olin Wellborne, Los Angeles. (S.D.)-Emory Speer........:

Macon Colorado-Moses Hallett..

......Denver
Idaho - James H. Beatty.....

Boise City

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