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Southern District George B. Adams.... New York city 'Aug. 80, 1901

Eastern District Edw. B. Thomas Brooklyn Feb. 15, 1898

Western District John R. Hazel Buffalo June 5, 1900

NORTH CAROLINA Eastern District.. Thomas R. Purnell.. Raleigh May 5, 18S>7

Western District J:is. E. Boyd Greensboro July 11, 1900

NORTH DAKOTA Charles F. Amidon.. Fargo Aug. 31,1896

OHIO Northern District Francis J. Wing Cleveland *J une 23, 1901

Northern District Augustus J. Ricks... Cleveland July 1, 1899

Southern District Albert C. Thompson Cincinnati Sept. 2.'i. is'.is

OKLAHOMA John H. Burford.... Guthrie Feb. Iti. IS98

OREGON Charles B. Bellinger Portland April 15,1893



Maysville Muly 1, 1901

Louisville Mar. 3. 18W

New Orleans Jan 15, IslM

Shreveport May 18, 1881

" ' ' 1,1902

1. 1879
10, 1S9S
19. 1*91



St. Louis May 17.1895

Kansas City June 2f>, l*s*

Helena Feb. 21. 1*9; i

Omaha Feb. 1*. 1*97

Carson City Sept. 9, ISSKI



THE FEDERAL JUDICIARY.



JUDGES OF THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS.

PENNSYLVANIA Eastern District John B. McPhcrson.. Philadelphia Mar. 2,1899

Middle District Robt. W. Archbald.. Scrantou *.M;ir. 2<i, I'.tnl

West ern District Joseph Burlington. . . Pittsburg Feb. 23, 1892

PORTU RICO ... Wm. H. Holt San Juan June ;, 11)00

K110DE ISLAND ... Arthur L. Brown.... Providence Oct. 15,1896

SOUTH CAROLINA...... W. H. Brawley Charleston Jan. is, IMit

SOUTH DAKOTA. John E. Carland Sioux Kails Aug. HI, 18%

TENNESSEE Eastern and Middle Dists. Charles D. Clark Chattanooga Jan. 21, 189f>

Western District Eli S. Hammond Memphis June 17, 1878

TEXAS Eastern District David E. Bryant Sherman May 27, 1890

Western District Thomas S. Maxey... Austin June 25, 1888

Northern District Edw. R. Meek Fort Worth July 13, 1SHK

Southern District Walter T. Burns Houston July 1, 1902

UTAH John A. Marshall. .. Salt Lake City Feb. 4, 189H

VERMONT HoytH. Wheeler.... Brattleboro. .' Mar. 1C, 1877

VIRGIN1 A Eastern District Edmund Waddill.Jr. Richmond Mar. 22, 1>'.H

Western District II. Clay McDowell. .. Bigstone Gap Dec. 18, 1901

WASHINGTON C. H. Hanford Seattle Feb. 25, 18'JO

WEST VIRGINIA Northern District.. .John J.Jackson Parkersburg Aug. 3,1861

Southern District Benj. F. Kellar Bramwell *July 1, 1901

WISCONSIN Eastern District W. H. Seaman Sheboygan April 3. !S',';i

Western District Romanzo Bunn Madison Oct. 30, 1877

WYOMING John A.Riner Cheyenne Sept. 22, 1890

*Recess appointment. tResigned 1902.

UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEYS.
ALABAMA Northern District , Thomas H. Roulhac Sheffield.

Middle District Warren S. Reese, Jr Montgomery.

Southern District Morris D. Wickersham.... Mobile.

ALASKA First District > . Robert A. Friedrich . . Juneau.

Secon d District Melvi n Grigsby Nome.

Third District Nathan V. Harlan Eagle City.

ARIZONA Frederick S. Nave Tucson.

ARKANSAS Eastern District William G. Whipple Little Rock.

Western District James K. Barnes Fort Smith.

CALIFORNIA Northern District Marshall B. Woodworth.. San Francisco.

Southern District L. H. Valentine Los Angeles.

COLORADO Earl M. Cranston Denver.

CONNECTICUT Francis H . Parker Hartford.

DELAWARE Win. Michael Byrne Wilmington.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Ashley M. Gould Washington.

FLORIDA Northern District John Eagan Pensaeola.

Southern District Joseph N. Stripling Jacksonville.

GEORGIA Northern District Edgar A. Angier Atlanta.

Southern District Marion Erwin Macon.

HAWAII Robert W. Breckons Honolulu.

IDAHO Robert V. Cozier Moscow.

ILLINOIS Northern District Solomon H. Bethea Chicago.

Southern District Thomas Worthington Springfield.

INDIANA Joseph B. Keating Indianapolis.

INDIAN TERRITORY Northern District.... Pliny L. Soper Vinita.

Western District William M. Mellette Muscogee.

Central District John H. Wilkins South McAlester.

Southern District Wi lliam B. J oh nson Ardmore.

IOWA Northern District Horace G. McMillan Cedar Rapids.

Southern District Lewis Miles Corydon.

KANSAS JohnS. Dean ..Topeka.

KENTUCKY- Western District Reuben I). Hill Louisville.

Eastern District James H. Tinsley.

LOUISIANA-Eastern District William W. Howe New Orleans.

Western District Milton C. Elstner Shreveport.

MAINE Isaac W. Dyer Portland.

MARYLAND John C. Rose Baltimore.

MASSACHUSETTS Henry P. Moulton Boston.

MICHIGAN Eastern District William D. Gordon Detroit.

Western District George G. Covell Grand Rapids.

MINNESOTA Charles C. Haupt St. Paul.

MISSISSIPPI Northern District Mack A. Montgomery Oxford.

Southern District Robert C. Lee Vicksburg.

MISSOURI- Eastern District DavidP.Dyer St. Louis.

Western District William Warner Kansas City.

MONTANA Charles Rasch Helena.

NEB KASKA Williamson S. Summers.. Omaha.

N E V AD A Sardis Summerfield Carson City.

NEW HAMPSHIRE Charles J. Hamblett Concord.

NEW JERSEY David O. Watkins Woodbury.

NEW MEXICO William B. Childers Albuquerque.

N E W YORK Northern District George B. Curtis Binghamton.

Southern District Henry L. Burnett New York city.

Eastern District George H. Pettit Brooklyn.

Western District : Charles II. Brown Buffalo.

NORTH CAROLINA Eastern District Harry Skinner Raleigh.



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAH BOOK FOR 1003.



UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. CONTINUED.

Western District Alfred E. Holton W inston.

NORTH DAKOTA Patrick H. Rourke Fargo.

OHIO Northern District John J. Sullivan Cleveland.

Southern District William E. Bundy Cincinnati.

OKLAHOMA Horace Speed Guthrie.

OREGON John H. Hall . . . Portland.

PENNSYLVANIA Eastern District loseph B. Holland...;;... Philadelphia.

Middle District S. J. McCarrell Harrisburg.

Western District James S. Young Pittsburg.

PORTO RICO N. B. K. Pettingill San Juan.

RHODE ISLAND Charles A. Wilson Providence.

SOUTH CAROLINA John G. Capers Charleston.

SOUTH DAKOTA James D. Elliott Sioux Falls.

TENNESSEK-Eastern District William D. Wright Knoxville.

Middle District Abram M. Tillman Nashville.

Western District George Randolph Memphis.

TEXAS Eastern District James W. Ownby Paris.

Northern District William H. Atwel! Dallas.

Western 1)1 strict Henry Terrell San Antonio.

Southern District Marcus C. McLemore Galveston .

UTAH Joseph Lippman Salt Lake City.

VERMONT James L. Martin Brattleboro.

VIRGINIA Eastern District Edgar Allan Norfolk.

Western District Thomas L. Moore Roanoke.

WASHINGTON Jesse A. Frye Seattle.

WEST VI RGINI A Northern District Reese Blizzard Parkersburg. -

Southern District Gorge M. Atkinson Charleston.

WISCONSIN Eastern District William G. Wheeler Oshkosh.

Western District H. K. Butterfleld LaCrosse.

WYOMING Timothy F. Burke Cheyenne.



UNITED STATES MARSHALS.

ALABAMA Northern District D. N. Cooper Birmingham.

Middle District Leander J . Bryan Montgomery.

Southern District Frank Simmons Mobile.

ALASKA First District James M. Shoup Juneau.

Second District Frank H. Richards St. Michael.

Third District G. G. Perry Eagle City.

ARIZONA Myron H. McCord Tucson.

ARKANSAS Eastern District Asbury S. Fowler Little Rock.

Western District Solomon F. Stahl. Fort Smith.

CALIFORNI A-Northern District John H. Shine. San Francisco.

Southern District Henry Z. Osborne Los Angeles.

COLORADO Dewey C. Bailey Denver.

CONNECTICUT Edson S. Bishop New Haven.

DELAWARE John C. Short Wi Imington.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Aulick Palmer Washington.

FLORIDA Northern District Thomas F.McGourin Pensacola.

Southern District John F. Horr Tampa.

GEORGIA Northern District Walter H. Johnson Atlanta.

Southern District J ohn M. Barnes Macon.

HAWAII E. R. Hendry Honolulu.

IDAHO Ruel Rounds Boise City.

ILLINOIS Northern District John C. Ames Chicago.

Southern District Charles P. Hitch Springlleld

INDIANA H. C. Pettet Indianapolis.

INDIAN TERRITORY Northern District William H. Donough Vinita.

Central District Benjamin F. Hackett South McAlester.

Southern District B. H. Colbert Ardmore.

Western District Leo F. Bennett Muscogee.

IOWA Northern District Edward Knott Dubuquo.

Southern District George M. Christian DesMoines.

KANSAS William H. Mackey , Jr. . . Topeka.

KENTUCKY Western District A. D. James Louisville.

Eastern District S. G. Sharpe Covington

LOUISIANA Eastern District Charles Fontelieu New Orleans.

Western District

MAINE Hutson B. Saunders Portland.

MARYLAND John F. Langharamer Baltimore.

MASSACHUSETTS Charles K. Darling Boston.

MICHIGAN Eastern District William R. Bates Detroit.

Western District A. Oren Wheeler Grand Rapids.

MINNESOTA William H. Grimshaw.... St. Paul.

MISSISSIPPI Northern District George M. Buchanan Oxford.

Southern District t Edward S. Wilson Jackson.

MISSOURI Eastern District William L. Morsey St. Louis.

Western District Edwin R. Durham KansasCity.

MONTANA Joseph P. Woolman Helena.

NEBRASKA T. L. Mathews Omaha.

NEVADA J. F. Enimitt Carson City.

NEW HAMPSHIRE Eugene P. Nute.. Concord.

NEW J ERSE Y Thomas J. Alcott Trenton.



LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION. ]

UN1TKI) STATES MARSHALS.- OOXTIXI Kl>.
NEW MEXICO.... ... Creigh ton M. Foraker .... Albuquerque.

NKW YOKK Northern District Clinton I). MacDougall... Auburn.

Southern District William llenkel Mew York city.

Eastern District, Charles J. ilaubert Brooklyn.

WeMern District William It. Compton Elmira.

NORTH CAROLlNA-Eastern District Henry C. Dockery Kaleigh.

Western District James M. Millikan Greensboro.

NORTH DAKOTA .lohn E. Hajari Fargo.

OHIO Northern District Frank M. Chandler Cleveland.

Southern District Vivian J. Fagin Cincinnati.

OKLAHOMA William D. Fossett Guthrie.

OREGON Walter F. Matthews Portland.

PENNSYLVANIA Eastern District John B. Robinson Philadelphia.

Middle District Frederick C. Leonard llarrisburg.

Western District Stephen P. Stone Pittsburg.

PORTO RICO Edward S. Wilson San .Juan.

RHODE ISLAND John E. Kendrick Providence.

SOUTH CAROLINA GeOZgel. Cunningham.... Charleston.

SOUTH DAKOTA Edward G. Kennedy Sioux Falls.

TENNESSEE-Kastern District Richard W. Austin........ Knoxville.

Middle District John W. Overall Nashville.

Western District Frank S. Elgin Memphis.

TEXAS Eastern District Andrew J. Houston Paris.

Northern District George II. Green Dallas.

Western District George L. Siebrecht San Antonio.

Southern District William M. Hanson Galveston.

UTAH Benjamin C. Hey wood Salt Lake City.

VERMONT Fred A. Field Ruti.uid.

VI RG1NI A Eastern District Morgan Treat Richmond.

Western District S. Brown Allen Harrisonburg.

WASHINGTON Charles Q. Hopkins Tacoma.

WEST VIRGINIA Northern District Charles D. Elliott Parkersburg.

Southern District John K. Thompson Charleston.

WISCONSIN-Eastern District Thomas B. Held Milwaukee.

Western District Charles Lewlston Madison.

WYOMING Frank A. Hadsell Cheyenne.



THE MONROE DOCTRINE.



The famous "Monroe doctrine" was enun-
ciated by President Monroe in his message
to congress Dec. 2, 1823. Referring to steps
taken to arrange the respective rights of
Russia, Great Britain and the United
States on the northwest coast of this conti-
nent, the president went on to say:

"In the discussions to which this Interest
has given rise, and in the arrangements by
which they may terminate, the occasion has
been deemed proper for asserting, as a
princinle in which the rights and interests
of the United States are involved, that the
American continents, by the free and in-
dependent condition which they have as-
sumed and maintain, are henceforth not to
be considered as subjects for future colo-
nization by any European power. * * .*
We owe it, therefore, to candor and to the



amicable relations existing between the
United States and those powers to declare
that we should consider any attempt on
their Dart to extend their system to any
portion of this hemisphere as dangerous to
our peace and safety. With the existing
colonies or dependencies of any European
power we have not interfered and shall not
interfere. But with the governments who
have declared their independence and main-
tain it, and whose independence we have,
on great consideration and on just princi-
ples, acknowledged, we could not view any
Interposition for the purpose of oppressing
them or controlling In any other mami'iT
their destiny by any European power in any
other light than as the manifestation of an
unfriendly disposition toward the United
States."



LOTJISIAHA PURCHASE EXPOSITION.



The Louisiana Purchase exposition, or
world's fair, will open at St. Louis April
30. 1904. Following is a list of the princi-
pal officers:

President David R. Francis.
Secretary Walter B. Stevens.
Treasurer William H. Thompson.
Executive Committee Chairman, Dnvid R.

Francis, ex-officio; vice-chairman, William

H. Thompson.

Finance Committee Chairman, W. H. Lee.
Ways and Moans Committee Chairman,

Festus J. Wade.

Concessions Chairman, George L. Edwards.
Transportation Committee Chairman, Julius

S. Walsh.
Press and Publicity Committee Chairman,

R. H. Stockton.



Foreign Relations Committee Chairman,

Adolphus Busch.
Director Division of Exhibits Frederick J.

V. Skiff.

Chiefs in Division of Exhibits:
Education Howard J. Rogers.
Art Halsey C. Ives.
Liberal Arts John A. Ockerson.
Manufactures Milan H. Hulbert.
Machinery Thomas M. Moore.
.Electricity W. E . Goldsborongh.
Transportation W. A. Smith.
Agriculture Frederick W. Taylor.
Horticulture Frederick W. Taylor (acting).
Forestry Tarleton H. Boan (acting).
Mines and Metallurgy David T. Day.
Social Economy Howard J. Rogers.



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CHICAGO DAILY NKWS ALMANAC AM) YKAU B()t)K I<'OK 190,'i.



APPLICATIONS FOR PATENTS.



[Condensed from Rules of .Practice

A patent may be obtained by any person
who lias invented or discovered any new
and useful art, machine, manufacture or
composition of matter, or any new and use-
ful improvement thereof not previously
patented or described in this or any other
country, or more than two years prior to
his application, unless the same is proved
to have been abandoned. A patent may
also he obtained for any new design for a
manufacture, bust, statue, alto-relievo or
bas-relief; for the printing of woolen, silk
or other fabrics; for any new impression,
ornament, pattern, print or picture to be
placed on or woven into any article, of
manufacture; and for any new, useful and
original shape .or conhguratiou of any
article of manufacture, upon payment of
fees and taking the other necessary steps.

Applications for patents must be in writ-
ing, in the Knglish language and signed by
the inventor if alive. The application must
include the first fee of $15, a petition, speci-
fication and oath, and drawings, model or
specimen when required. The petition must
be addressed to the commissioner of patents
and must give the name and full address
of the applicant, must designate by title
the invention sought to be patented, must
contain a reference to the specification for
a full disclosure of such invention and must
be signed by the applicant.

The specification must contain the follow-
ing in the order named: Name and resi-
dence of the applicant with title of inven-
tion; a general statement of the object and
nature of the invention; a brief description
of the several views of the drawings (If the
invention admits of such illustration); a
detailed description; claim or claims; sig-
nature of inventor and signatures of two
witnesses. Claims for a machine and Its
product and claims for a machine and the
process in the performance of which the
machine is used must be presented in
separate applications, but claims for a proc-
ess and its product may be presented In
the same application.

The applicant, if the Inventor, must make
oath or affirmation that he believes himself
to be the first inventor or discoverer of
that which he seeks to have patented. The
oath or affirmation must also state of what
country he is a citizen and where he re-
sides. In every original application the ap-
plicant must swear or affirm- that the In-
vention has not been patented to himself
or to others with his knowledge or con-
sent in this or any foreign country for more
than two years prior to his application, or
on an application for a patent filed in any



in, the United States patent office.]
foreign country by himself or his legal rep-
resentatives or assigns more than .seven
months prior to his application. If appli-
cation has been made In any foreign coun-
try full and explicit details must lie given.
The oath or affirmation may be made be-
fore any one who is authorized by the laws
of his country to administer oaths.

'Drawings must be on white paper with
India ink and the sheets must be exactly
10x15 inches in size with a margin of one
inch. They must show all details clearly
and without the use of superfluous lines.

Applications for reissues must state why
the original patent is believed to be de-
fective and tell precisely how the errors
were made. These applications must be ac-
companied by the original patent and an
offer to surrender the same; or, If the
original be lost, by an affidavit to that ef-
fect and certified copy of the patent. Ev-
ery applicant whose claims have, been twice
rejected for the same reasons may appeal
from the primary examiners to the exam-
iners in chief upon the payment of a fee
of $10.

The duration of patents is for seventeen
years except in the case of design patents,
which may be for three and a half, seven
or fourteen years as the inventor may elect.

Caveats or notices given to the patent
office of claims to inventions to prevent tlie
issue of patents to other persons upon the
same invention, -without notice to the
caveators, may be filed upon the payment
of a fee of $10. Caveats must contain the
same information as applications for pat-
ents.

Schedule of fees and prices:

Original application $15.00

On issue of patent 20.00

Design patent (3% years) 10.00

Design patent (7 years) 15.00

Design patent (14 years) 30.00

Caveat 10. Oa

Reissue 30.00

First appeal 10.00

Second appeal 20.00

For certified copies of printed patents:

Specification and drawing, per copy $0.05

Certificate 25

Grant 50

For manuscript copies of records, per

100 words 10

If certified, for certificate 25

Blue prints of drawings, 10x15, per copy .25
Blue prints of drawings, 7x11, per copy .15
Blue prints of drawings, 5x8, per copy. .05
For searching records or titles, per hour .50
For the Official Gazette, per year, in

United States 6.00



ARMED STRENGTH OF THE GREAT POWERS (1901-1902).
[Data from Statesman's Year Book.]



COUNTRY.


ARMIES.


NAVIES.


Peace

footing.


ITr
footing.


Ships*


Men.




859,878
689,414
604,168
231,851

t2t!3.ti84
107.H29
1.100.000

tioo.ooo


f.8T2,178

2.35U.OOU
3,000.00(1
W1.970

3.308.ti5U
ti32.(J07
4,(iOO.OOO


107
401
244
540
214
135
314
117






42.323
31,171
118,(i26
25.575
30.C61
4A (00
22.800






Italy






United States . . .



' Available for war, summer of 1903. Includes all classes of ships. Hinder arms. ^Authorized.



DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SEKVICR. 12


iHnitrtJ States Siplomattc anD Consular Scrbttc.


DIPLOMATIC SERVICE - OCT. 1. 1902.
Explanation A. E. and P., Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, E. E. and
M P., Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary; M. K., Minister Resident;
M! R. and C. G., Minister Resident and Consul-General.


COUNTRY.


Representative.


Location.


App' ted from.


Salary.


Argentine Republic
Austrja-Hungary

Belgium

Bolivia
Brazil


Vm. P. Lord, E. E. & M. P. . . .
Bdw. W.Ames. Sec. of Leg...
Bellamy Storer, A. E. & P
Jhandler Hale. 8. of Emb
Com. W. H. Beehler. Nv. Att.
Seo. B. Kivos. 2d S. ot Eiub..
Capt. F. W. Harris. M. Att.. . .
j. Townsend, E. E. & M. P. . .
R. M. Winthrop. Sec. of Leg. .
Win. B. Sorsby, E. E. and M.P.
D. E. Thompson.E. E. & M. P.
?hos. C.Dawson.Sec. of Leg.
C. M. Dickinson, Agent
ohn B. Jackson.E. E. & M. P.
<. Hutchinson. Sec. of Leg.
E.H. Conger, E. E. & M. P.
J . G. Coolidge. Sec. of Leg . . .
W.E.Bainbridge.MSec.ofLeg.
Lt. C. C. Marsh, Nav. Att
E. T. Williams, Chinese Sec..
Capt. A.W. Brewster. Mil.Att.
Cbas. B. Hart, E. E. &M.P...
A. M. Beaupre, Sec. of Leg. . .

W. L. Merry, E. E. & M. P. . . .
Rufus A. Lane, Sec. of Leg.. .
lerbertG.Squiers.E.E.&M.P.
Jacob Sleeper, Sec. of Leg....
H. P Fletcher, 2d Sec. of Leg.
Lt. M. B. Hanna. Mil. Att. . . .
L. 8. Swenson, E. E. & M. P..
Wm. F. Powell, Charge d'A..
A. J. Sampson, E. E. &. M. P.
John G. Long, Agt. &C.G....
iorace Porter, A. E. & P
Jenry Vignaud, Sec. of Em..
A.B.Blanchard.2dSec.of Em.
Peter A. Jay, 3d Sec. of Em. .
Comdr. Giles B. Harber.N. A.
C. Tower, A. E. & P
H. P. Dodge, Sec. of Em
R. F. R. Hitt, 2d Sec. of Em. .
C. Richardson, Hd Sec
Comdr. W. H. Beehler, N. A..
Mai. John B. Kerr, Mil. Att. .
J.H. Choate, A. E. &P
Henry White, Sec. of Em
John R. Carter. 2d Sec. of Em.
C.W.Wadsworth.MSec.ofEm.
Comdr. R. Clover, N. A


Buenos Ayres.
Buenos Ayres.
Vienna
Vienna


Oregon
lassachus'ts.
Ohio
Maine


10,000
1.800
12.000
2.500






Vienna
Vienna.
Brussels
Brussels
La Paz
Rio de Janeiro.
Rio de Janeiro..
Constantinople
Santiago
Santiago
Pekin
Pekin
Pekin
Pekin
Pekin
Pekin
Bogota


\ewJersey...
Army
:"ennsylvania
Massachus'ts.
Mississippi...
Nebraska


1,800

ii>'.666' '

1.800
7.500
12.000
1.800
6.000
10.000
1.800
12.000
2.625
1.800

' 8.666' '

10.666'

2000

10.000
1.81)0

i:;.ooo

2.000
1,500

'Y.m"

7.500
7,500
5.000
17.500
2.135
2.000
, 1.200


Bulgaria
Chile


owa
"Jew York


China

Colombia

Costa Rica, Nicaragua
and Salvador

Cuba

Denmark
Dominican Republic
Ecuador


California....
;owa
Massachus'ts.
owa
Navy
Ohio
Army
W. Virginia...
Illinois


San Jose
San Jose
Havana


California
Minnesota
Mew York
Massachus'ts.
Pennsylvania
Arm y
Minnesota
Sew Jersey...
Arizona
Florida
New York
Louisiana...
Louisiana...
Rhode Island




Havana
Copenhagen. ..
Port au Prince.
Quito
Cairo
Paris
Paris
Paris
Paris
Paris . .


France
Germany

Great Britain
Greece


Berlin
Berlin
Berlin
Berlin
Berlin
Berlin
London
London


Pennsylvanu
Massachus'ts
Illinois
Massachus'ts
Navy
Army
New York...
Rhode Islane
Maryland...
Dis. Columbia


17.500
2.025
2.000
1,300

' n'.soo'

2.825
2.000
1.200


London




Mai. E. B. Calsatt. Mil. Att. ..
H. L.Wilson, E.E..M.P.& C.G.
L. Combes, E.E.&M. P
JamesG.Bailey.Sec.L. &C.G
Wm. F. Powell, E. E. & M. P.
L. Combes, E. E. & M. P
Geo. von L. Meyer, A. E. & P.


London
Athens
Guatemala
Guatemala
Port au Prince
Guatemala
Rome


Army
Washington.
Kentucky . . .
Kentucky....
New Jersey..
Kentucky ...
Massachus'ts
New York...
Ohio
Navy


"i;'.566"

10.000
1,800
7.500
10.000
12.000
2.825
2.000


Haiti
Honduras
Italy ...




L. M. Iddings. Sec. of Em
R.C.Par8Ons,Jr.,2d Sec. of Em.
Com. W. H. Beehler. Nv. Att.
Alfred E. Buck, E. E. & M. P.
H. Wilson, Sec. of Leg


Rome
Rome


Tokyo (Yedo).
Tokyo (Yedo).
Tokyo (Yedo).
Tokyo (Yedo).
Tokyo (Yedo).
Tokyo (Yedo).
Seoul
Seoul


Georgia
Illinois
Pennsylvania
Navy


12.000
2.825
],800


Korea
Liberia


J. M. Ferguson, 2d Sec. of Leg
Lt. C. C. Marsh, Nav. Att
Maj. O. E. Wood, Mil. Att. . . .
Ransford S. Miller, Jr., Int...
H. N. Allen. M. R. & C. G
Gordon Paddock, Sec. of Leg.
Kwon Yu Sup, Int . ..






New York . . .
Ohio
New York...


2,500
7.500
1,500
500
4.000
1.500
17,500
2.625
2.000


Seou 1


J. R. A. Crossland,M.R.&C.G.
J. R. Spurgeon, Sec. of Leg. . .
Powell Clayton, A. E. & P. . . .
F. R. McCreery, Sec. of Leg. .
Wm. Heiinke, 2d Sec. of Leg.


Monrovia Missouri
Monrovia Kentucky . . .
Mexico Arkansas
Mexico Michigan
Mexico iNew York...





CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 190.!.



UN1TKI) STATUS DIPLOMATIC SERVICE. -CONTINUED.



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Representative.


Locatinn.


App'teil Irom.


Salary.


Netherlands
Paraguay and Uruguay. .


Stanford Newel, E. E.&M.P.
J . W. Garrett. Sec. of Leg
Lt.-Col.Jas.N.Wheelan,M.A.
Wm. R. Finch. E. E. & M. P. .
Lloyd C. Griscom, E.E.& M.P.
John Tyler. Int
I. B. Dudley, E.E. &M. P. ...
Richard R. Xeill, Sec. of Leg.
Francis B.Loomis.E.E.& M.P.
0. S. Francis K. E. & M. P..
C. S. Wilson, Sec. of Leg......
R. S. McCorinick, A. E. & P.. .
J. W. Riddle. Sec. of Em
M. Schuyler, Jr.,2d Sec
Comdr. Q. B. Harber, Nav.At.
Capt. S.L'H. Slocum. Mil. Alt.
Hamilton King, M. R. & C. G.


The Hague
The Hague



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