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1864. 1868.STATES. Whig. Dem. Rep. Dem.

Rep. Dem. Union.

Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Scott Pierce Fremont Buchanan Linc. Breck. Bell Linc.“ McClel. Grant Seym. Alabama....

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Arkansas
California
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida..
Georgia.....
Illinois...
Indiana.
Iowa.....
Kansas....
Kentucky.
Louisiana...
Maine........
Maryland...
Massachusetts
Michigan...
Minnesota.....
Mississippi.
Missouri......
Nebraska..
Nevada..
New Hampshire..
New Jersey..
New York,

35..
North Carolina
Ohio ..........
Oregon.......
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island..
South Carolina...
Tennessee
Texas .....
Vermont...
Virginia.
West Virginia
Wisconsin,
Total..

251..
114 174.. 180

21.. 21+
86..
Per cent.............
40 60.. 59 24 13:: 9

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72 Majorities......:::

.... Pierce,211. Buch'n, 52. Lincoln, over all, 67. Lincoln, 192. Grant, 134. * States marked with a star did not vote in 1864 and 1868. In 1856, Maryland gave 8 votes for Fillmore. In 1860, Missouri gave her votes for Douglas, and New Jersey gave him three of hers, making 12 in all. Lincoln's vote in 1864 is one short, in consequence of the death of one of the electors of Nevada. We put in the full number, 214.

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RECEIPTS AND EXPENSES OF THE UNITED STATES.
RECEIPTS AND ESTIMATES.

Navy Department ....

5,782,630.96

Interest on the Public Debt...... 37.452,270.74 The following exhibits the receipts and expen Total, exclusive of loans........ ..... $35,480,514.59 ditures for the year ending June 30, 1869.

Receipts in excess of expenditures..... 23,351,107.43 RECEIPTS.

ESTIMATES FOR NINE MONTHS ENDING JUNE

30, 1870. Customs. ........$180,048,426.63

RECEIPTS.
Internal Revenue.......

158,356, 460.86
Customs.........

• $135,000,000 Lands..............

4,020,344. 34
Internal Revenue.....................

127,000 000 Direct tax........... 765,685.61 Lands and Miscellaneous....

24,000,000 Miscellaneous sources........

27 752,829.77
Total .....

$286,000,000 Total, exclusive of loans..............$370,943,747.21

EXPENDITURES,
EXPENDITURES.

Civil Service.......

$40,000,000 Pensions and Indians....

21000,000 Civil service ..... $56,474,061.53 War Department.

40,500,000 Pensions and Indians................

35,519.544.84
Navy Department.....

14,000,000 War Department......

73,501.990.61
Interest on the Public Debt......

93,750,000 Navy Department.....

20.000,757.97 loterest on the Public Debt...... 130,694,242.80

Total ...

$209,250,00 Premium on 7 3-10 U.S. Treasury notes 300,000.00

Estim, receipts in excess of expenditures 76,750,000

ESTIMATES FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 20, 1871. Total, exclusive of loans.............$321 490,597.75

RECEIPTS.
Receipts in excess of expenditures. ... $49,453,149.46

Custoins.............................. $185,000,000
Internal Revenue.......

175,000,000 QUARTER ENDING SEPT. 30, 1869.

Lands.......

5,000,000 RECEIPTS. Miscellaneous services.

28,000,000 Customs...........

........ 852 598,921.86 Internal Revenue. ........

.. 47,926,352.51
Total.......

$393 000,000

EXPENDITURES. Lands.....

893,864.08

Civil, Foreign, and Miscellaneous.....

7,412,483. 57 Miscellaneous .....

$60,000,000

Interior, Indians, and Pensions..... 36,000 000 Total, exclusive of loans.......... ..$108,831,622.92 War Department..

50,000.000 EXPENDITURES,

Navy Department......

18,000,000 Civil Service .......

$15,102,202.05
Interest on the Public Debt......

127.000.000 Indians and Pensions... 13 547.942.79 Total .........

$291,000,000 War Department...

13 595,468.05 Estim. receipts in excess of expenditures 102,000,000

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.

December 25, 1869.

'THE EXECUTIVE. ULYSSES S. GRANT, of Illinois, President of the United States................. Salary, $25,000 SCHUYLER COLFAX, of Indiana, Vice-President of the United States......

8,000

THE CABINET. HAMILTON FISH, of New York, Secretary of State..... GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, of Massachusetts, Secretary o

.....::::::....................Salary 88,000 Treasury.....

8,000 WILLIAM W. BELKNAP, of Iowa, Secretary of War... GEORGE M. ROBESON, of New Jersey, Secretary of the Navy.

8.000 JACOB D. COX, of Ohio, Secretary of the Interior.................

8,000 E. ROCKWOOD BOAR, óf Massachusetts, Attorney-General....

8,000 JOHN A. J. CRESWELL, of Maryland, Postmaster-General......

8,000

8,000

THE JUDICIARY.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. SALMON P. CHASE, of Ohio, Chief Justice,

..Salary $6,500 NATHAN CLIFFORD, of Maine, Associate Justice, DAVID DAVI8, of Illinois, Associate Justice, SAMUEL NELSOx, of N. Y.,

NOAH H. SWAYNE, of Ohio, WILLIAM M. STRONG, ot Pa.,

SAMUEL F. MILLER, of lowa, " JOSEPH P. BRADLEY, of N. J.

STEPHEN J. FIELD, of Cal., Salary of Associate Justices, 6,000. Court meets first Monday in December, at Washington.

Paris ........

...

MINISTERS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES,
ENVOYS EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY.
Countri,

Capital
Ministers.

Salary. Appointed. Austria.. . .Vienna............John Jay, N. Y..

.. $12,000....1868 Brazil.... .Rio Janeiro.......Henry T. Blow, Mo..

... 12,000....1869 Chili.

.Santiago........
.Judson Kilpatrick, N.J.

10,000....1865 China ..... .....Pekin..... Frederick F. Low, Cal

12,000....1869 France..

Elihu B. Washburne, Ill..

17,000....1869 Great Britais ...London.... .John Lothrop Motley, Mass.

17,000....1869 Italy ......lorence..........George P. Marsh, Vt....

12,000....1861 Mexico..

Mexico
Thomas H. Nelson, Ind...

12,000....1869 Peru ..... .......Lima........ Alvin P. Hovey, Ind ........

10,000....1865 Prussia..

Berlin.....
.George Bancroft, Mass...

12,000....1867 Russia. . ......St. Petersburg.... Andrew G. Curtin, Fenn..

12,000....1869 Spain...... ..........., Madrid ...........Daniel E. Sickles, N. Y.......

12,000....1869 MINISTERS RESIDENT. Argentine Republic..... Buenos Ayres. ... Robert C. Kirk, Ohio..

$7,500....1869 Belgium..... .Brussels...........J. R. Jones, Ill..........

7,500....1869 Bolivia....

La Paz ............ Le
...........Leopold Markbreit: Önis.

7,500... 1869 Costa Rica. San Josc..........Jacob B. Blair, w. Va .

7,500... 1868 Denmark .... ....Copenhagen ......George H. Yeaman, Ky....

7,500....1865 Ecuador. Quito.... .........David A, Nunn, Tenn.

7,500....1869 Guatemala... Guatemala...... .S.A. Hudson, Iowa.......

7,500....1869 Hawajian Islands........ Honolulu..........Henry A. Peirce, Mass...

7,500....1869 Honduras.. .... Comayagua....... Henry Baxter, Mich......

7,500....1869 Japan....

Yedo...............
..C.E. Delong, Oregon.

.. 7,500....1869 Netherlands ..... Hague.............108, .......Hugh Ewing, Kansas..

7,500....186 Nicaragua... .Nicaragua ........Charles N. Riotte, Texas.

7,500....1869 Paraguay....... ....... Asuncion ......... (Vacant).....

7,500....1869 Portugal.

.Lisbon
.....Samuel Shellabarger, Ohio

7,500....1869 San Salvador.... ......San Salvador.....A. T. A. Torbert, Del...

7,500....1869 Sweden and Norway.... Stockholm........C.C. Andrews, Mass.....

7,500....1869 Switzerland....

..Berne
...... Horace Rublee, Wis..

7,500....1869 Turkey.............. .....Constantinople...E.Joy Morris, Penn......

7,500....1861 U.S. O Colombia.......Bogota.............. A Hurlburt, nl....

7,500....1869 Venezuela ............... Caracas...........James R. Partridge, Md.

7,500....1869 MINISTERS RESIDENT AND CONSULS GENERAL. Hayti.... .......Port-au-Prince ...E. D. Bassett, Pa.....

... 7,500... 18 Liberia.... ......Monrovia.........John Seys, Ohio......

... 4,000....1865

XLIst CONGRESS. First Session began March 4, 1869, immediately on the expiration of the XLth Congress, and adjourned April 23, 1869. The Second Session began on Monday, December 6, 1869.

SENATE.

SCHUYLEZ COLFAX, of Indiana, President. GEORGE C. GoRHAM, of California, Secretary.

Senators admitted to seats, Republicans (in Roman), 58; Democrats (in Italic), 10; Con. servative (in SMALL CAPS) 1; not yet adinitted to seats 5-making a full Senate consist of 74 members The figures before the name indicate the year in which (on the 4th of March) the tern of the Senator expires.

ALABAMA. Term Ex. Senator.

Home Post Office. 1871 Willard Warner........ Montgomery, 1873 George E. Spencer..... ..Decatur.

ARKANSAS. 1871 Alexander Mc Donald... Little Rock. 1873 Benjamin F. Rice........Little Rock.

CALIFORNIA. 1873 Cornelius Cole............ San Francisco. 1875 Eugene Casserly.......... San Francisco.

CONNECTICUT. 1873 Orris S. Fcrry ........... Norwalk. 1875 William A. Buckingham.Norwich.

- DELAWARE. 1871 Willard Saulsbury ..... Georgetown. 1875 Thomas F. Bayard.... Wilmington.

FLORIDA. 1873 Thomas W. Osborn..... Tallahassee. 1875 Abijah Gilbert..........St. Augustine.

GEORGIA. .
Joshua Hill.. ......(Not admitted.)
Homer V. M. Miller....(Not admitted.)

102

hard Yat, ILLINO:: (Not ad

1871 Richard Yates ..........Jacksonville. 1873 Lynan Trumbull ....... Chicago.

INDIANA. 1873 Oliver P. Morton....... Indianapolis. 1875 Daniel D. Pratt......... Logansport.

IOWA. 1871 James B. Howell........ Keokuk. 1873 James Harlan...........Mount Pleasant.

KANSAS. 1871 Edmund G. Ross..... ... Lawrence. 1873 Samuel C. Ponieroy....Atchison.

KENTUCKY. 1871 Thomas C. McCreery...Owensburg. 1873 Garrett Davis...........Paris.

LOUISIANA. 1871 John S. Harris.......... Vidalia. 1873 Wm. Pitt Kellogg ......New Orleans.

MAINE. 1871 Lot M, Morrill ..........Angusta. 1875 Hannibal Hamlin ....... Bangor.

MASSACHUSETTS. 1871 Henry Wilson...........Natick. 1875 Charles Sumner ......... Boston.

MARYLAND. 1873 George Vickers..........Chestertown. 1875 William T. Hamilton...Hagerstown.

MICHIGAN. 1871 Jacob M. Howard ......Detroit. 1875 Zachariah Chandler ....Detroit.

MINNESOTA. 1871 Daniel S. Norton ....... Winona. 1875 Alexander Ramsey.....St. Paul.

MISSISSIPPI. 1871 Henry R. Revels,.... ...Natchez. 1873 Adelbert Ames .........(Not admitted.)

MISSOURI. Term Ex. Senator.

Home Post Office. 1873 Charles D. Drake.......St. Louis. 1875 Carl Schurz..............St. Louis.

NEBRASKA. 1871 John M. Thaver ........Omaha. 1875 Thomas W. Tipton .....Brownsville.

NEVADA. 1873 James W. Nye..........Carson City. 1875 William M. Stewart..... Virginia City.

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 1871 Aaron H. Cragin........Lebanon. 1873 James W. Patterson....Hanover.

NEW JERSEY. 1871 Alexanåer G. Cattell... Camden, 1875 John P. Stockton........ Princeton,

NEW YORK 1873 Roscoe Conkling........ Utica. 1875 Reuben E. Fenton ......Jamestown.

NORTH CAROLINA. 1871 Joseph C. Abbott....... Wilmington, 1873 John Pool......... .... Raleigh.

onio. 1873 John Sherman ..........Mansfield. 1875 Allen G. Thurman. ....Columbus.

OREGON. 1871 George H. Williams.... Portland. 1873 Henry W. Corbett ......Portland.

PENNSYLVANIA. 1873 Simon Cameron......... Harrisburg. 1875 John Scott...... ....Huntingdon.

RHODE ISLAND. 1871 Henry B. Anthony...... Providence. 1875 William Sprague .......Providence.

EOUTH CAROLINA. 1871 Thomas J. Robertson... Columbia. 1873 Frederick A. Sawyer...Charleston.

TENNESSEE. 1891 Joseph S. Fowler ... ... Nashville. 1875 William G. Brownlow..Knoxville.

TEXAS. Morgan C. Hamilton....(Not admitted.) - J. W. Flanagan.........(Not admitted.)

VERMONT. 1873 Justin S. Morrill........Strafford. 1875 George F. Edinunds....Burlington.

> VIRGINIA. 1871 J. W. JOHNSTON........ Abington, 1873 John F. Lewis..........Port Republic.

WEST VIRGINIA. 871 Waitman T. Willey..... Morgantown. 25 Arthur I. Boreman..... Parkersburg.

WISCONSIN. 1873 Timothy 0. Howe ...... Green Bay. 1875 Matthew H. Carpenter. Milwaukee.

· HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

JAMES G. BLAINE, of Augusta, Maine, Speaker EDWARD MCPHERSON, of Gettysburg, Penn., Clerk.

[Regular Sessions begin on the first Monday in December.] [Republicans (admitted to seats) in Roman, 159 ; Democrats (admitted to seats) in Italics, 61; Conservatives (adinitted to seats) in SMALL CAPS, 5; Vacancies, 5; not yet admitted, 17; of whom i is Rep., 5 Dem., and i Cons. Georgia has not elected members for this House. With her 7 members and the seats from all the other States filled, the House will contain 244 members. Those marked with a star (*) were members of the last preceding (XLth) Congress.] ALABAMA.

KANSAS. I Alfred E. Buck ......... Mobile.

*Sidney Clarke ..........Lawrence. 2 *Charles W. Buckley.... Montgomery.

KENTUCKY. 3 Robert S. Hefiin ........Opelika.

1 * Lawrence S. Trimble...Paducah, t 4. Charles Hays............ Eutaw.

2 William N. Sueeny.....Owensborough. 5 Peter M. DoX............Huntsville.

(Vacancy.) 6 William C. Sherrod.....Courtland.

4 *J. Proctor knott........ Lebanon, i ARKANSAS.

Boyd Winchester........ Louisville. 1 *Logan H. Roots ........ Duvall's Bluff.

* Thomas L. Jones........Newport. 2 Anthony A. C. Rogers.. Pine Bluff.

7 * James B. Beck.......... Lexington. 3 *Thomas Boles .......Dardanelle.

8 * George M. Adams...... Barbourville.

9 John M. Rice............Louisa. CALIFORNIA. 1 * Samuel B. Axtell........San Francisco.

LOUISIANA. 2 Aaron A. Sargent......Nevada City.

I (a) Louis St. Martin... (Not admitted.) 3 * James A. Johnson......Downieville.

Lionel A, Sheldon.. New Orleans.

3 (6) Adolphe Bailey..... (Not admitted.) CONNECTICUT.

Michael Ryan ...... (Not admitted.) I Julius L. Strong........Hartford.

5 d) Geo. W. Mc Cranie. (Not admitted.) 2 Stephen W. Kellogg ... Waterbury. 3 *Henry H.Starkweather.Norwich.

MAINE. # William H. Barn um....Lime Rock.

1 *John Lynch .............Portland.

2 Samuel P. Morrill ... ..Farmington. DELAWARE.

3. *James G. Blaine....... Augusta. Benjamin T. Biggs..... Summit Bri«ge. * John A. Peters ........ Bangor. FLORIDA

5 Eugene Hale............ Ellsworth. Charles M. Hamilton... Marianna.

MARYLAND
GEORGIA

I Samuel Hambleton .....Easton.
2 * Stevenson Archer.......Belair.
3 Thomas Swann.........Baltimore.

4 Patrick Hamill.... .....Oakland. (No election for XLIst Congress.)

5 * Frederick Stone........Port Tobacco.

MASSACHUSETTS.
I James Buflipton ....... Fall River.

2 Oakes Ames............. North Easton, ILLINOIS.

3 *Ginery Twichell........Brookline. 1 *Norman B. Judd....... Chicago.

*Samuel Hooper......... Boston. 2 *John F. Farnsworth....St. Charles.

*Benjamin F. Butler.... Lowell. 3 Horatio C. Burchard... Freeport.

6 *Nathaniel P. Banks..... Waltham. John B. Hawley ........ Rock Island.

George M. Brooks......Concord. *Ebon C. Ingersoll....... Peoria.

George F. Hoar......... Worcester. 6 *Burton C. Cook ........Ottawa.

9 *William B. Washburn.. Greenfield. 7 Jesse H. Moore.........Decatur.

10 *Henry L. Dawes........Pittsfield. 8 *Shelby M. Culloin ..... Springfield.

MICHIGAN 9 Thompson W. McNeely. Petersburg.

I *Fernando C. Beaman... Adrian. 10 * Albert G. Burr....... .Carrollton.

2 William L. Stoughton..Sturgis. 11 * Samuel S. Marshall....McLeansboi o'. 3. *Austin Blair..... ......Jackson, 12 John B. Hay ............ Belleville.

4 *Thomas W. Ferry....... Grand Haven, 13 John M. Crebs ..........Carmi.

Omar D. Conger........Port Huron. *John A.Logan(at large] Carbondale.

Randolph Strickland ...St. John's.
INDIANA.

MINNESOTA. 1 + William E. Niblack..... Vincennes.

1 Morton S. Wilkinson...Mankato. 2 * Michael C. Kerr........ New Albany.

2 Eugene M. Wilson......Minneapolis, 3 * William S. Holman.....Aurora

MISSISSIPPI. * *George W. Julian ......Centreville.

I George E. Harris,........Hernando. 5 John Coburn.. ......... Indianapolis. 6

2 J. L. Morphis............Pontotoc. Daniel W. Voorhees.... Terre Haute.

3 Henry W. Barry .........(Not admitted.) | 7 *Godlove S. Orth... . Lafayette.

George C. McKee ....... Vicksburg. 8 James N. Tyner........Peru.

5 Le Grand W. Perce......Natchez. 9 *John P. C. Shanks.....Jay Court House./l IÓ *William Williams....... Warsaw.

_MISSOURI. I Erastus Wells... ....

...St. Louis. 11 Jasper Packard ......... Laporte.

2 Gustavus A. Finkelnburg. " IOWA,

3 * James R. McCormick .... Ironton, 1 George W. McCrary....Keokuk.

4 Sempronius Hl. Boyd .....Springfield. William Smyth. ........Marion.

Ś Samuel S. Burdett........Osceola. 3 *William B. Allison..... Dubuque.

6 *Robert T. Van Horn..... Kansas City. 1 *William Loughridge....Oskaloosa.

7 Joel F. Asper.............Chilicotbe. Frank W, Palmer ...... Des Moines.

8 *Job F. Benjamin ....... Shelbyville. Charles Pomeroy.... ...Fort Dodge. 1 9 David P. Dyer............ Louisiana. al Contested by J. H. Sypher. (6) Con. by C. D. Barrell. (c) Con. by J. P. Newsham. (d) Con. by F. Morey.

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NEBRASKA.
*John Taffe .............Omaha,

NEVADA,
Thomas Fitch...........Belmont.

NEW HAMPSHIRE,
I *Jacob H. Ela............Rochester.
2* *Aaron F. Stevens ..... Nashua,
3 *Jacob Benton........... Lancaster.

NEW JERSEY I *William Moore........May's Landing 2 * Charles Haight .........Freehold. 3 John T. Bird............Flemington. 4 * John Hill......

Boonton, 5 Orestes Cleveland .......Jersey City.

NEW YORK. I Henry A. Reeves........ Greenport. 2 John G. Schumaker....Brooklyn, 3 Henry W. Slocum...... 4 *John Fox................New York.

* John Morrissey. 6 Samuel S. Cox....... 7 Harvey C. Calkin.. 8 * James Brooks ... . * Fernando Wood...... 10 Clarkson N, Potter.....New Rochelle. 11 *Charles I. Van Wyck.. Middletown. 12 *John H. Ketcham......Dover. 13 John A. Griswold... ....Catskill. 14 Stephen L, Mayham.... Schoharie. 15 Adolphus H. Tanner ...Whitehall. 16 *Orange Ferris..........

.Glen's Falls. 17 William A. Wheeler.... Malone 18 Stephen Sanford...... Amsterdam.

Charles Knapp.......... Deposit.

*Addison H. Laflin....... Herkimer. 21 *Alexander H. Bailey ...Rome. 22 * John C. Churchill.......Oswego. 23 * Dennis McCarthy....... Syracuse. 24 George W. Cowles... .Clyde. 25 * William H. Kelsey.. Geneseo. 26 Giles W. Hotchkiss.....binghamton 27 *Hamilton Ward..... Belmont, 28 Noah Davis....

Albion. 29 John Fisher ....

Batavia. 30 David S. Bennett..... Buffalo. 31 Porter Sheldon .........Jamestown.

NORTH CAROLINA. I Clinton L, Cobb......... Elizabeth City.

*David Heaton ..........Newbern. 3 *Oliver H. Dockery .....Mangum.

(Vacancy) 5 *Israei G. Lash .. ....Salem.

(a) Francis E. Shober..(Not admitted.) 7 Alexander H. Jones.... Asheville.

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3 *Leonard Myers..........Philadelphia.
4 *William D. Kelley......
5 John R. Reading.....
6 John D. Stiles..........Allento

.... Allentown.
7 Washington Townsend. Westchester,
8 *). Lawrence Getz.... ...Reading.
o Oliver J. Dickey........ Lancaster.
10 *Henry L. Cake..........Tamaqua.
11 * Daniel M. Van Auken..Milford.
12 * George W. Woodward.. Wilkesbarre,'
13 *Ulysses Mercur.........Towanda.
11 John B. Packer .........Sunbury.
15 Richard J. Haldeman ..Harrisburg.
16 John Cessna....... .....Bedford.
17 * Daniel J. Morrell ......Johnstown.
18 William H. Armstrong. Williamsport
19 *Glenni W. Scofield..... Warren,
20 Calvin W. Gilfillan. ....Franklin.
21 *John Covode............Lockport.
22 James S. Negley........Pittsburg.
23 Darwin Phelps..........Kittanning.
24 Joseph B. Donley... ....Waynesburg.

RHODE ISLAND.
1 *Thomas A. Jenckes....Providence.
2 *Nathan F.Dixon........ Westerly.

SOUTH CAROLINA.
(Vacancy.)
*C. C. Bowen............Charlesto

..... Charleston.
Solomon L. Hoge....... Columbia.
(Vacancy.)

TENNESSEE.
1 *Roderick R. Butler..... Taylorsville.
2 *Horace Maynard........Knoxville.
3 *William B. Stokes ...... Alexandria.
4 Lewis Tillman ..........Shelbyville.
5 William F. Proeser..... Nashville.
6 *Samuel M. Arnell....... Columbia.
7 *Isaac R. Hawkins.......Huntingdon,
Ś William J. Smith ......Memphis.

TEXAS. I G. W. Whitemore.... 2 John C. Conner .... 3 W.T. Clark ......... Edward Degener ...

VERMONT. I Charles W. Willard.....Montpelier. 2 *Luke P. Poland.........St. Johnsbury. 3 * Worthington C. Smith..St. Albans.

VIRGINIA. I Richard S. Ayer.........Warsaw. 2 James H. Platt..........Petersburg. 3 Charles H. Porter.......Richmond. À GEORGE W. BOOKER....Martinsville. 5 ROBERT RIDGWAY......Cool Well. 6 WM. MILNES, Jr.Shenandoah Iron Works. +

LEWIS MCKENZIE....... Alexandria.
JAMES K. GIBSON ....... Abingdon.
JOSEPH SEGAR-at large(Not admitted.)

WEST VIRGINIA..
I Isaac H. Duval .........Wellsburg.
2 James C. McGrew...... Kingwood.
3 John S. Witcher........Guyandotte.

WISCONSIN. 1 *Halbert E. Paine. Milwaukee. 2 (6) David Atwood........Madison. 3 *Amasa Cobb..... .....Mineral Point * * Charles A. Eldridge.... Fond du Lac. 5 *Philetus Sawyer........Oshkosh. 6 *Cadwalader C.Washburn.La Crosse.

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1 Peter W. Strader ........ Cincinnati. 2 Job E. Stevenson .. 3 *Robert C. Schenck ... .Dayton. Ā *William Lawrence ..... Bellefontaine, 5 *William Mungen.. Findlay. Ő John A. Smith

Hillsborough. James J. Winans.......Xenia. *John Beatty... ........Cardington,

Edward F. Dickinson ..Fremont. 10 (Vacancy.) Il *John T. Wilson ......... Tranquillity. 12 * Philadelph Van Trump.Lancaster. 13 George W. Morgan ....Mount Vernon, 14 *Martin Welker.......... Wooster. 15 Eliakim H. Moore......Athens. 16 * John A. Bingham.......Cadiz. 17 Jacob A. Ambler....... Salem. 18 William H. Upson Akron. 19 *James A. Garfield......Hiram.

OREGON.
Joseph S. Smith....... . Salem,

PENNSYLVANIA. I * Samuel J. Randall......Philad elphia. 2 * Charles O'Neill....

DELEGATES FROM TERRITORIES. ARIZONA.-Richard C. McCormick, Tucson. COLORADO.-Allen A. Bradford, Pueblo. DAKOTA.-S. L. Spink, Yancton. IDAHO.-J. I. Shafer, Idaho City. MONTANA.-James M. Cavanaugh, Helena. NEW MEXICO.-J. Francisco Chaves, Santa Fe. UTAH.- William H. Hooper, Salt Lake City. WASHINGTON.-Selucius Garfielde, Olympia, WYOMING.-S. F. Nuckolls, Cheyenne.

(a) Contested by Nath'l Boyden.

(6) Elected without opposition, to fill a vacancy.

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