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JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.

(Salary of Chief .Justice, $13,000; of each Associate Justice, $12,500.)

Circuit. Justices. Appointed.

4. MELVILLE W. FULLER, Illinois, Chief Justice . / 1888

1. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, Massachusetts 1902

2. RUPUS W. PECKHAM, New-York: , . 1895

3. WILLIAM R. DAY, Ohio 1903

5. EDWARD D. WHITE, Louisiana.; 1S$4

0. JOHN M. HARLAN, Kentucky 1877

7. HENRY B. BROWN, Michigan - .1890

8.~ DAVID J. BREWER, Kansas :188U

9. JOSEPH M'KENNA, California 1898

Reporter of the Supreme Court—Charles Henry Butler (1902,), New-lork.
Clerk—James H. McKennev 1880*, District of Columbia.
'Marshal—J. M. Wrisrht (1888). Kentucky.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGES. I Idaho—James H.
(Annual salary,' $7,000.) I Illinois—(N. D.;

I. Maine, Massachusetts, Nevr-Hamp- ' -id J^^-saw M.

shire and Rhode Island; Lc Baron B. C'olt, Rhode Island; William L. Putnam. Maine; Francis C. .Lowell, Massachusetts.

II. Connecticut, New-York and Vermont; William J. Wallace, E. Henry La

•eombe and- Alfred C.' Coxe. New-York; William K.. Townsend, Oonnectkttf.

III. Delaware, New-.Ier.Sfry and Pennsylvania: Marcus W. Acneson and George

M. Dallas, Pennsylvania; George Cray.
Delaware.

IV. Maryland. North Carolina. South:
Carolina, Virginia and AY. Yiig-ima; Na-
than GolT, West Virginia; JeU-r C.'
Pritchard, Ncrth (Carolina.

V. Alabama, Florida, Georgia. Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas: Don A. Par-' dee, Louisiana; Andrew P. McCormiek. Texas; David D. Shelby. Alabama.;

VI. Kentucky, Michigan. Ohio and' Tennessee; Horace II. Burton, Tennessee; John K. Richards, Ohio; Henry F. Sev- i eras, Michigan.'

VII. Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin; Francis E. Baker. Indiana; James G. .Tenkins and William H. Seaman, Wisconsin;!

B^aiiy, Boise City. Solomon H. Bethea Landis, , Chicago (E. D.) Francis M. Wright, Urbana; (S. D.) J. O. Humphrey. Springfield.

Indiana—Albert B. Anderson, Indianapolis.

Iowa—In. D.) Henry T. Reed.- Cresco;
(S. D.) Smith McPherson, Red Oak.
Kansas—John C. Pollock. Topeka.
Kentucky— .E. D ) A M. J. Cochran.
Maysville; iW. D.) Walter Evans, Louis-
ville. ^

D.) Charles Parlange.
D.) Alack Buarmaih

New-Orleans
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Maine—CJo

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-CJorfnc-f- Hale. Portland.

nd—Thomas J. Morris, Baltimore

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Peter S. Grosscup saat, Illinois.

VIII. Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, sas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska Dakota, South Dais ming, -New-Mexico, ian Territories: Wa nesota; Willis Van William C. Hook. Adams, Missouri.

IX. 'California, Idaho, Montara
da, Oregon and Washington, and Terri-
tories of Alaska, Arizona, and Hawaii:
William W. Morrow and Erskine M. Ross.
California: William B. Gilbert, Oregon.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGES.

(Annual salary, $6,000.)
Alabama—<N D., M. D.) T. G. Jones.
Montgomery; (.S. D.) H. T. Touhnin, Mo-
bile.

Arkansas—(E. -D.) Jacob Trieber. Little

Rock; <W. D.) J. H. Rog.rs, Fort Smith.

California—(N. D.) J. J. De Haven,

San Francisco; (,<?. D.) Olin Wellborn.

Los. Angeles. -•

Hallctt. Denver.
• P. Piatt, Hartford.
Brad ford. W i 1m ington.
Charles Swayne. P?n-
Jacksonville.
Newman-;" <vt-

Micbigan— iR. J\) jjv. troit; (W. Jj.j Geo. p Rapids.

Minnesota—William Loehren, olis; Page Morriss, Duluth,

Mississippi—<N. and S. D.) Henry *<" Niles. Kosciusko.

Missouri—<E. D.) Oustavus A. T^nkelnburg, St. Louis; VW. Dj J. F Phillips, Kansas City.

Montana—William H. Hunt, Helena.

Nemaska—William H. Munger, Omaha.

Nevada—Thos. P. Hawlev Carson City.

New-Hampshire— Edgar Aidricb, Littleton.

* New-Jersey — William M. Lanning, Aentcn; Jos'-i'h- Cross, Elizabeth

New-York—(N. D.) G-eorge W. Ray,
Norwich: rs. D.) George B. Adams and
George Cy Holt, New-York Oitv; (E . D )
Edward R. Thomas. Brooklyn; (W. D)
To!m R. Hazel, Buffalo.

North Carolina— <E. D.) T. R. PurnelL
(W. D » J. E. Boyd, Greensboro.
Dakota—Charles F. Amidon,

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Ohio—fN. D/i A
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Oregon—Charles E. Wolverton, Portland.

Pennsylvania—(E. D.) John B. MePher.•--•n and James B. Holland, Philadelphia; iM. D.) Robert W. Ar.-hbald,. Scranton; <W. D.) Joseph Buffington, Pittsburg.

Porio Rico—Charks , F. McKenna, San Juan. •

Rhode Island—A L. Brown, Providence.

South Carolina—William H. Brawley,

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South Dakota—J.
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Tennessee—(E. and M. D.) Charles D. Clark,, Chattanooga; (W. D.) John E, toccali, Memphis.

Texas—cN. D.) Edward R. Meek, Fort Worth; (S. D.) Waller T. Burns, Houston; IE. D.) David E. Bryant, Sherman; (W. D.) Thomas S. Maxey, Austin.

Utah—John A. Marshall, Salt Lake City.

Vermont—Iloyt H. Wheeler, Brattleboro.

Virginia—(E. D.) Edmund Waddill. Jr., Richmond; (W. D.) Henry C. McDowell Bigstone Gap.

Washington—(W. D.) Cornelius H. Hanford, Seattle; (E. D.) Edward Whitson, Spokane,

West Virginia—(N. D.) Alston G. Dayton, Philippi; (S. D.) Benjamin F. Keller, Bramwell.

Wisconsin—(E. D.) Joseph V. Quarles, Milwaukee; (W. D.) Arthur I* Sanbornr Madison.

Wyoming—John A. Riner, Cheyenne. UNITED STATES JUDGES IN TERRITORIES AND FEDERAL DISTRICT.

Alaska—First Division, Royal A. Gunnison, Juneau; Second Division, Alfred S. Moore, Nome; Third Division, James Wiekersharn, Eagle City. Annual salary, $5,000.

Arizona—Chief Justice, Edward Kent, Phoenix. Associate Justices—Fletcher M. Doan Florence; R. E. Sloan, Prescott;

John H. Campbell, Tucson;

—, Globe. Annual salary, $3,000.

Hawaii—Supreme Court—Chief Justice, W. F. Frear. Associate Justices—Alfred S. Hartwell and Arthur A. Wilder, Honolulu. Annual salary of Chief Jusliee, $5,500; of Associates, $5,000. Circuit Judges—First Circuit, John T. DeBolt, Alex. Lindsay, Jr., and W. J. Robinson, Honolulu; Second Circuit, A. N. Kepoikai, • Wailuku; Third Circuit. John A. Matthewman, Kailua; Fourth Circuit, Charles F. Parsons, Hilo; Fifth Circuit, J. Hardy, Lihue. Annual salary. $3,000.

Indian Territory—Judges District Cour's —(N. D.) J. A. Gill and Luman F. Parker, Vinita; (W. D.) Wm, R. Lawrence and Louis Sulzbacher, Muscogee; (C. D.) W. H. H. Clayton and Thomas C. Humphrey, South McAlester; (S. D.) H. Townsend and JoseDh T. Dlckerson, Ardmore. Annual salary, $5,000.

New-Mexico—Chief Justice, W. J. Mills, Las Vegas. Associate Justices—J. R. McFie, Santa Fe; F. W. Parker, Silver City; W. H. Pope, Socorro; Edward A. Mann, Alamogordo; Ira A. Abbott, Albuquerque. Annual salary, ^3.000.

Oklahoma—Chief Justice, J. H. Burford, Guthrie. Associate Justices—C. F. Irwin, Er Reno; B. F. BurwelL Oklahoma City; Bayard T. Hainer. Perry; J. L. Pancoast. Alva; J. K. Beauchamp, Enid; F. E. Gillette, Anadarko. Annual salary, $3,000.

Pcrto Rico—Chief Justice, Jose Severo Quinones. San Juan. Associate Justices— .i-dolph Grant Wolf. San Juan; Jos6 C. Fernandez. Jose M. Figueras and James A. McLeary. San Juan. Annual salary of ,'h.lef Justice, $5,000; of Associate Jusrices $4,500. UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS.

Chief Justice. Charles C. Nott, NewYork. Associate Justices—S. J. Peelle. Indiana: C. B. Howry, Mississippi; Fenfeon W. Booth, Illinois; George W. Atkinson. West Virginia; .

Annual salary of Chief Justice, $6,500: ©f Associate Justices, $6,000,

COURT OF APPEALS. D. C.

Chief Justice, Setn Shepard, D. C. Associate Justices—Cfc arles H. Duell, NewYork; Louis E. Mccomas, Maryland. Annual salary of Chief Justice, $7,500; of Associates, $7,000

SUPREME COURT, D. C

Chief Justice, Harry M, Clabaugh, Maryland. Associate Justices—Job Barnard, D. C; T. H. Anderson, Ohio; Ashley M. Gould, Maryland; Wended F. Stafford. Vermont; Daniel Thew Wright, Ouio. Annual salary, $6,000.

U. S. DISTRICT ATTORNEYS

i Salaries range from $3,000 to $0,000, according to relative Importance of posts.)

Alabama—(N. D.> Tnoroas R. Roulhac, Birmingham; (M. D.) W. S. Reese, jr., Montgomery; (S, D„) William - H. Armbrecht. Mobile.

Alaska—First District, John J. Boyce, Juneau; Second, Henry M. Hoyt, Nome; Third, N. V. Harlan, Fairbanks.

Arizona—J. L, B. Alexander, Tucson,

Aikansas—(E. D.) \\. G. Whipple, Lrittle Rock; (W. D.) J. K. Barnes, Fort Smith.

California—(N. D.) Robert T. Devlin, San Francisco; (S. D.) L. H. Valentine,,* Los Angeles.

Colorado—Earl M. Cranston, Denver.

Connecticut—F. H. Parker, Hartford.

Delaware;—John P. Nields, Wilminglon.

District of Columbia—Daniel W. Baker, Washington.

Florida—(N. D. William B. Sheppard, Pensacola; (S. D.) John M. Cheney, Jacksonville.

Georgia—(N. D.) Farish C. Tate, Atlanta; (.S. D.) Marion Erwin,_ Macon.

Hawaii—Rob't W. Breckons, Honolulu.

Idaho—Norman M. Ruick, Moscow.

Illinois—<N. D.) Charles B. Morrison, Chicago; (E. D.) William D. Trautmann, Danville; (S. D.) Wildam A. Northcott, Springfield.

Indiana—J. B. Keaiing, Indianapolis.

Iowa—(N. D.> H. G. McMillan, Cedar Rapids; (S. D.) Lewis Miles, Cory don.

Indian Territory—(N. D.) Wade S. Stanfield, Vinita; (C. D.> J. H. Wilkins. South McAlester; (W. D.> William H. •Mellette, Muscogee; (S. D«) W. B. Johnson, Ardmore.

ICansas—Henry J. Bono, Topeka,

Kentucky—(E. D.) J. H. Tmsley, Covington; (W. D.) R. D. Hill, Louisville.

Louisiana—(E. D.) W. W. Howe, NewOrleans; <W. D.) M. C. Elstner.Shreveport.

Maine—Isaac W. Dyer, Portland.

Maryland—John C. Rose, Baltimore.

Massachusetts—Melvin O. Adams, Boston,

Michigan—(E. D.) W. D. Gordon, Detroit; (W. D.) G. G. Covelt. Grand Rapids.

Minnesota—Chas. C. Houpt, St. Paul.

Mississippi—(N. D.) William D. Frazee, Oxford; (S. D.> Robert C. Lee, Jackson.

Missouri—(E. D.) D. P. Dyer, St. Louis; (W. D.). A. S. Van Valkenburgh, Kansas City.

Montana—Carl Rasch, Helena.

Nebraska—Irving F. Baxter, Omaha,

Nevada — Sardls Summer field, Carsoa City.

New-Hampshire—C J. Hamblett, Concord.

New-Jersey—J. B. Vreeland, Newark.

New-Mexico—W. H. H. Ltewellyn, Albuquerque.

New-York—<N. D.) G. R. Oartiss, Blngh&mto*: (S. D.) H, L., BBmett, NewYork City; (E. D.) WtUlam J. Youngs,

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Brooklyn; (W. D.) C. H. Bmwn, Buffalo.

North Carolina—^fj. D.) Han-y Skinner, Raleigh; (W. D.) A. E. Holton, Winston. North Dakota—P. H. Rourke. Faigo. Ohio—(N. D.) John J. Sullivan, Cleveland: <S. D.) Sherman T. McPherson, Cincinnati. Oklahoma—Horace Speed, Guthrie. Oregon—William C. Bristol, Portland. Pennsylvania—(E. D.) J, Whittaker Thompson, Philadelphia: (M. D.) S. J. M. MrCarreii, J-iavrisburg; OvV. D.) John W, Dunkle, Pittsburg.

Port; Rico—N. ~T3, K. Pettingill, San Jujh;

Rhode Island—C. A. Wilson, Providence.
S*. Carolina—J. G. Capers, Charleston.

Smith Dakota— J. D. Elliott, Sioux Palls. • Tfnn^fce-(JO. D.) .1". R. Penland, Knoxville; (M. D.> A. M. Tillman, Nashville; (W. D.) Geoigo Randolph; Memphis.

Texas—(N. D.) W. H. At well, Dallas; (S. D.) M. C. McLemore, Galveston; (E. D.) Jam<-s W. Ownby, Paris; (W. D.) Henry Terrell. San Antonio.

Utah—Joseph Lippmon, Salt Lake City.

Vermont—James L. Martin, Brattleboro.

Virginia—CE. D.j Lunsford L. Lewis, Richmond; (\V. D.) T. L. Moorf\ Roanoke.

Washington—<W. D.) Jesse A. Prye, Seattle; i E. D.) A. George Avery, Spokane.

West Virginia—(N. D.) Re^se Blizzard, Parkersburg; (S, r>.) Elliott Northcott, llvtnlington,

Wisrom-in—(E. D.) H<mry K. Butterfield. Milwaukee; (,W. D.) William G. Wheeler, Madison.

Wyoming—Timothy F. Burke, Cheyenne.
UNITED STATES MARSHALS.

Alabama— (N, D.) Pope M. Long, Birmingham; (M. D.) James H. Judkins, Montgomery; (S. D.) Gilbert B. Deans, VIobile.

Alaska—(First Division) James M. Rhoup, Juneau; (Second Division) Thomas C. Powell, Norn'1; iThird Division) George G. Perry, Fairbanks.

Arizona—Benamm F. Daniels, Plxocenix.

Arkansas—(E. D.) Asbury - S. Fowler, Little Rock; (W. D.) Solomon F. Stahl. Fort Smith.

California— (N.. D.) John H. Shine, San Francisco; (S. D.) Henry- Z. Osborne, I^os Angel-es.

Colorado—Dewey C. Bailey, Denver,

Connecticut—Edson S. Bishop, Hartford.

Delavv'are—William R. Flinrw, Wilmington.

District of Columbia—Aulick JPalmer, Washington.

Florida—(N. D.) Thomas F. McGourin; (S. D.) John F. Horr. Tampa. 'Georgia—(N. D.) Walter H. Johnson, Atlanta; (S. D.) George F. White, Macon.

Hawaii—E. R. Hendry, Honolulu.

Idaho—Ruel Rounds, Boise-.

Illinois—(N. D.) John C. Ames, Chicago; (E. D.) Charles P. Hitch, Danville; (S. D.) Leon A. Townscnd, Springfield.

Indiana—Henry C. Pettit, Indianapolis.

Indian Territory—(N. D.) William H. Darrough, Vinita; (W. D.) Leo E. Bennett, Muscogee; (C. D.) George K. Pritchard, South McAlester; <S. D.) Benjamin H. Colbert, Ardmore.

Iowa—(N. D.) Edward Knott, Dubuque; (S. D.) George M. Christian, Des Moines.

Kansas—William H. Maekey, jr.. Topeka.

Kentucky—(E. D.) Stephen G. Sharp, Covington; (W. D.) George W. Long, -Louisville. —

Louisiana—<E. ID.) Victor Loisel, NewOrleans; (.W. D.) PJ. F. Oneal, Shrevcport.

Maine—Henry W. Mayo, Portland.

Maryland—John F. Langhammer, JBalti • more.

Massachusetts — Charles IC Darling, Boston.

Mir-higan—< ID. Pj.) William R. Bates, Detroit; (W. D.> Frank W. Wait, Grand Raoids.

Minnesola»-William H. Grimshaw, St. Paul.

Mississippi—(N. D.) James A. Toler, Oxford; (8. D.) Edgar S. Wilson, Jackson.

Missouri—(it,. D.) William L. Morse\ St. Louis; (W. D.) Edwin R. Durham, Kansas City.

Montana—C. F. Lloyd, Helena.

Nebraska—

Omaha.

Nevada—Robert Grimmon. Carson City.

New-Hampshhe—Eugene P. Nute, Concord,

New-Jersey—Thomas J. Aloott, Trenton.

New-Mexico—Creighton M. Foraker, Albuquerque.

New-York— (N, D."> Clinton MacDougall, Auburn; (S. D.) William Henkel, NewYork City; (D. D.) Charles J. Plaubert, Brooklyn; (W. D.) William R. Compton, Elmjra.

North Carolina—fE. D.) Henry C. Dockery, Raleigh; James M. Millikan, Greensboro.

North Dakota—James F. S*hea, Fargo.

Ohio—(N. D.) ' Frank M. Chanater, Cleveland; (S. 13.) Vivian J. Fagan, Cincinnati.

Oklahoma—William D. Fosselt, Guthrie.

Oregon—Charles J. Reed, Portland.

Pennsylvania—(E. D.) John 13. Robinson, Philadelphia; (M. D.) Frederick C. Leonard, Harrisburg; (W. D.) Stephen P. Stone, Pittsburg.

Porto Rico—PI. S. Hubbard, San Jurn.

Rhode Island—John E. Kendrick, Providence.

South Carolina—J. Duncan Adams, Charleston.

South Dakota—Setli Bullock. Sioux Falls. ■ '•

Tennessee—(E. D.) William A. Dunlap, Knoxville; (M. D.)«John W. Overall, Nashville; (W. D.) Frank S. Elgin, Memphis.

Texas—(N, D.) George H. Green Dallas; (S. D.) William M. Hanson, Galveston; (E>. D.) Andrew J. Houston, Paris; (W. D.) George L. Siebrecht, San Antonio.

Utah—Benjamin B. Heywood, Salt Lakp City.

Vermont—Horace Ward Bailey, Newbury.

Virginia—(E. D.) Morgan Treat, Richmond; (W. D.) S. Brown Allen, Harrisonburg.

Washington— (W. D.) Charles B. Hopkins, Tacoma; ;E. D.) George II. Baker, Spokane.

West Virginia—(N. D.) Charles D. Elliott, . Parkersburg; (S. D.) John K. Thompson, Charleston.

Wisconsin—(E». D.) Thomas B. Reid, Milwaukee; (W. D.) diaries Lewiston, Madison.

Wyoming—Prank A. Hadsell, Cheyenne.

TELE SENATE.
CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, of Indiana, Vice-President and President

of the Senate, 38.000.
CHARLES G. BENNETT, of New-York, Secretary, $5,000.
Republicans. 50; Democrats, 33; vacant, 1.

Term exp, ALABAMA. Homo P. O.

1907 John T. Morgan (D.).. .Selma, 1900 Edm. W. Pcttus (D.).. .Selma.

ARKANSAS, s 1907 James H. Berry (D.)... .BcnlonvMe.

1909 Jas. P. Clarke (D.) Little Rock..

CALIFORNIA. 1900 Ceo. C. Perkins (R.).. .Oakland 1911 Frank P. Flint (R.)... .Los Angeles.

COLORADO. 1007 Thos.M. Patterson (O.).penvor 1009 Henry M. Teller (D.).. .Central City.

CONNECTICUT. 1909 P. B. Brandagee (R.>.. .New-London, 1911 M. G. Bulkelcy (R->- •- .Hartford.

DELAWARE. 1007 J. Frank Alice (R->... .Dover.

1011 ■ ■

FLORIDA.

.1900 S. B. Mallory (D.)..... .Fensacola

1013 Jas. P. Taliaferro (D.)..JacksonviIU>. GEORGIA.

1007 A. O. Bacon (D-> JJ^3?^,

1909 Alex. S. Clay (D.) Marietta.

IDAHO. 1907 Fred. T. Dubois (D.).. .Boise City. — 1909 W. B. Hcyburn (R.)... .Wat.ace,

ILLINOIS. 1907 Shelby M. Cullom (R.).. Springfield. 1909 Albert J. Hopkins (R-). Aurora.

INDIANA. 1909 lJames A. Piemen way (R-\ Booneyille. 1911 A. J. Bcvorldge (R.)... .Indianapolis.

"" IOWA. 1907 John P. Polllver (R.). .Fort Dodge, 1909 Wra. B. Allison (R.). .-.Dubuque.

KANSAS. 1907 Jos. R. Burton (R.)... .Abilene. 1909 Chester I. Long (R.).Medicine Lodge.

KENTUCKY 1007 JCS. Blackburn (D.).Versailles. 1909 Jas. B. McCrear-y (D.) .Richmond,

LOUISIANA. 1907 *Murnhy J. Foster <D.).Franklin. 1009 S D McEnery (D.).... New -Orleans.

MAINE. 1907 William P. Frye <R.).. .Lewiston.

1911 Eugene Hale (R) Ellsworth.

MARYLAND. 1909 Arthur P, Gorman (D.).Laurel.

1911 iVidor Rayner (D.) Baltimore,

MASSACHUSETTS. 1907 W. Murray Crane (R.)..Dalton 1911 Henry C. Lodge (R.).. .Nahant.

Term exp. MICHIGAN. Home P. O.

19.J7 Russell A. Alger (R.). ..Detroit.
1911 Julius C. Burrows<R.).Kalama»GO«

MINNESOTA.
1907 Knute Nelson (R.)... ..Alexandria,
1911 Moses E. Clapp (R.)....St. Paul.

MISSISSIPPI. 1911 *A. J. McLaurin (D.)..Brandon. 1911 H. do S. Money (D.V.. .Carroliton.

MISSOURI. 1909 Wm. J. Stone (D.)........ St. Louis.

1911 William Warner (R.).... .Kansas City.

MONTANA. 1907 William A. Clark (D.),... Helena,

1911 Thos. H. Carter (R.) Helena.

NEBRASKA. 1907 Joseph H. Millard (R.).. .Omaha. 1911 Elmer J. Burkett (R.K .. . Lincoln. x . -NEVADA.

19*9 F. G. New lands (D.) .Reno.

1911 George S. Nixon (R.) Carson City.

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 1907 H. E. Burnham (R.> Manchester

1900 Jacob H.- Callingcr (R.).-Concord.

NBW-JTT.RSEY. 1907 John F. Dryden (R.).... ..Newark.

1911 John Kcan (R.)... ... Elizabeth.

NEW-IORK. 1909 Thomas C. Piatt (R.).., ..Owego. lbil L-U. M. Depcw (R.) New-York.

NORTH CAROLINA.

1907 F. M. Simmons (D.) New-Bern.

1909 Lee S. Overman (D.).... .Salisbury.

NORTH DAKOTA. 1909 H. C. Hansbrough (R.). ..Devils Lake.

1911 P. J. McCumber (R.) Wahpeon.

OHIO. 1909 Jos. B. Forakcr (R.).... .Cincinnati.

1911 Charles Dick (R.) Akron.

OREGON. 1907 * John -M. Gear in (D)... Portland. 1909 Chas. W. Fulton (R.j.... Astoria, PENNSYLVANIA.

1909 Boieg Penrose (R.) Philadelphia.

1911 Philander c. Knox (R.).. Pittsburg. RHODE ISLAND."

1907 Geo. P. WetmOre (I*.) Newport.

1911 Nelson W. Aldrich (R.). ..Providence.

SOUTH CAROLINA. 1907 Benj. R. Tillman (D.)... .Trenton, 1909 As bury C. Latimer (D.). .Bellon.

SOUTH DAKOTA, 1907 Robert J. Gamble CR.). . .Yankton.

1909 A. B. Kittredge (R.) .Sioux Falls.

TENNESSEE.

1901 E. W. Carrnack (D.).... .Memphis. 1911 "James B, Frazier (D.). Nashville.

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H>rm exp TEXAS.

1907 Jos. W. Bailey (D.),,.,, 1811 Chas. A. Culberson (D.),

UTAH. 1909 Reed Smoot (R.)........»

1911 George Sutherland (R.), , ,

VERMONT. J009 W. P. Dilllnghara <R.).,. 1911 Redfield Proctor (R.). ,.,.

VIRGINIA,

1307 Thos. S. Martin (D.)

1011 John "W. Daniel <B.>.

Home P. O.

. Gainesville,
Dallas..

Provo City.
Salt Lake,

Montpelier.
Frocetr.

SeottsviTTe.
Lynchburg,

Term exp. WASHINGTON. Home P. O,

1900 Levi Ankeny (R.). « Walla Walla,

1911 Samuel H. Piles <R.),.. ..Spokane.

WEST VIRGINIA. 1907 Stephen B. Elfins <R.). ..Elklns. 1911 Nathan B, Scott «R.)..... Wheeling. WISCONSIN.

1909 John C, Spooner <R.) .Madison.

1911 R. M. L&follette (R.)... .Madison.

WYOMING. 3911 Clarence D. Clark OR.)... Cheyenne, 1907 Francis E> Warren <R ).„ Evans ton.

MOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Joseph Cannon <R0, Illinois, Speaker, $£,000.

Alexander M'Do well, Pennsylvania, Clerk, $5,000.

Republicans, 240; Democrats, 136; vacant, J.

ALABAMA,

1. George. W, Taylor <D.). ..Dcmopolis.

2. Arias to- A, Wiley iT>,), .Montgomery.

3. Henry D. Clayton CD.). .Eufanla,

4. Sidney J. Bowie (D.)..,. Anniston.

5. J. Thomas I-Ieffin (D.). ..Lafayette.

6. John H. Bankhead (D.F.FayVUe,

7. John I,. Burnett CD.).... Gadsden.
3. Whi. Richardson <D.). ..HuBtsville,

0. O. W. Underwood CD.)..Birmingham,

ARKANSAS.

1. R. Bruce Macon <D.)— Helena

2. S. Brundidge, jr. (DO. ■• Searcy.

3. J. C. Floyd (D.) .... Yellvilte.

4. John SL Little (D.) Greenwood.

5. Charley C. Reld (DO-. .-Morrillton.

6. J. T. Robinson (DO..'.. Lonoke.

7. R, Minor Wallace (D.>. Magnolia.

CALIFORNIA.

1. J. N. Glllett (R.) Eureka.

2. D. B, McKinlay <R.) Santa Rosa.

3. Jos.. R, Knowlana' (R K- Alameda.

-1. Julius Kahn <R0..,.■> ..San Francisco, ■5. E. A. Hayes (R.) San Jose,

6. J. C. Needham (RO-... .Modesto.

7. James MeLachlaoa fRJ.. Pasadena.

8. S, C. Smith (R.) BakcrsfieM;

COLORADO. At Large—F.E, Brooks- (R0- ColoradoSprgs, 3. R. W» Ronynge (RO-.». Denver. —

2. M. M. Hogg (RO .. .TeMuride.

CONNECTICUT
At Large—G. L, Lilley iRO-Waterfeury,
I.E. Stevens Henry (RO- .Roekville.

2. N. D. .Sperrv <R.) New-Haven,

3. *E\3wii> W. Higgins <R.>. Norwich.

4. Ebenezer J. Hill fRO. ..NorwaHs,

DELAWARE, At Larger—Hiram R. Burton

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FLORIDA,

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3, Wm, B. Lamar (D.) •-.Tallahassee.

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3. Elijah B. Lewis (D.}» ..>Montezuma,

4. Wm. C. Ariamsan {DO. .Carroltton.

5. L. F. Livingston (D.) King*.

0. Chas, L. Barllett (DO. ..Macon.

7. Gordon Lee (D.)... - Chiekamaurga.

8. Wm. M. Howard (D.).'. .Lexington.

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