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Henry Cabot Lodge, Rep Nahant..l905

MICHIGAN.

Russoll A. Alger. Kep Detroit.. 1907

Julius C. Burrows, Rep Kalaiu'azoo..l905

MINNESOTA.

Knute Nelson. Rep Alexandria.. 1907

Moses E. Clapp, Rep St. Paul.. 1905

MISSISSIPPI.

Anselm J. McLanrin, Dem Brandon.. 1907

Hernando De Soto Money, D.Carroll ton.. 1905

MISSOURI.

Francis M. Cockrell, Dem. Warrenshurir.. 1903

George G. Vest, Dem... Sweet Springs.. 1903

MONTANA.

William A. Clark, Dem Bntte.,1907

PaiMs Gibson, Dem Great Falls.. 1905



Joseph H. Millard, Rep Omaha.. 1907

Charles H. Dietrich, Rep Hastings.. 1905

NEVADA.
William M. Stewart, Rep.. Carson City.. 1905

John P. Jones, Rep Gold Hill.. 1903

NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Henry E. Burnham, Rep.... Manchester.. 1907

Jacob H. Gallinger, Rep Copcord.,1903

NEW JERSEY.

John F. Dryden Newark. .1907

John Kean, Kep Elizabeth.. 1905

NEW YORK.
Chauncey M. Depew, Rep New York,l905

Thomas C. Platt, Rep Owego..l903

NORTH CAROLINA.

Furalfold M. Simmons, Dem 1907

Jeter C. Pritchard, Rep Marshall.. 1903

NORTH DAKOTA.

Porter J. McCurnber, Rep \Vahpeton..l905

Henry C. Hansbrough, R.. Devil's Lake.. 1903
OHIO.

Marcus A. Hanna, Rep Cleveland.. 1905

Joseph B. Foraker, Rep Cincinnati.. 1903

OREGON.

John H. Mitchell, Rep Portland.. 1907

Joseph Simon, Rep Portland.. 1903

PENNSYLVANIA.

Matthew S. Quay, Kep Beaver. .1905

Boies Penrose, Kep Philadelphia.. 1903

RHODE ISLAND.

George P. Wetmore, Rep Newport. .1907

Nelson W. Aldrich, Rep Providence.. 1905

SOUTH CAROLINA.
Benjamin K. Tillman, Dem.. ..Trenton.. 1907
John L. McLauriu, Dem.. Beunettsville.. 1903

SOUTH DAKOTA.
Robert S. Gamble. Kep Yankton.,1907



Kep
e, 11.



Alfred B. Kim-edge, Rep.. Sioux Falls.. 1903

TENNESSEE.
Edward W. Carmack, Dem.. .Memphis.. 1907

William B. Bute, Dem JNashville..l90&

TEXAS.

Joseph W. Bailey, Dem Gainesville.. 1907

Charles A. Culberson, Dem Dallas. .1905

UTAH.

Thomas Kearns, Rep Salt Lake City.. 1907

Joseph L. Kawlins, Dem. Salt Lake City. .1903
VERMONT.

Redfield Proctor, Rep Proctor.. 1905

William P. Dillitigham, Uep.Moutpelier..l903
VIRGINIA.

Thomas S. Martin, Dem Scottsville.,1907

John W. Daniel, Dem *Lynchburg..l905

WASHINGTON.

Addison G. Foster, Rep Tacoma.,1905

George Turner, Fus Spokane.. 1903

WEST VIKGIN1A.

Stephen B. Elkins, Kep Elklns.,1907

Nathan B. Scott, Kep Wheeling.. 190r

WISCONSIN.

Joseph V. Quarles. Kep Milwaukee.. 1905

John C. Spooner, Rep Hudson.. 1903

WYOMING.

Francis B. Warren, Kep Cheyenne.. 1907

Clarence D. Clark. Rep Evnnston. .1905

*No election owing to deadlock attributed
to J. Edward Addicks. republican candidate
for United States senator.



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOH 1903.



Republicans, 197; democrats, 152; populists,
served in 56th congress. tDied in 1902.
ALABAMA.

1. George W. Taylor,* Dem Demopolls

2. A. -A. Wiley, Dem Montgomery

3. Henry D. Clayton,* Dem Eut'aula

4. Sidney J. Bowie, Dem Talladega

B. Charles W. Thompson. Dem Tuskegee

6. John H. Bankhead,* Dem Fayette

7. John L. Burnett,* Dem Gadsden

8. William Richardson, Dem Huntsvllle

9. Oscar W. Underwood,* Dem. Birmingham

ARKANSAS.

1. Philip D. McCulloch, Jr.,* Dem.Marianna

2. John S. Little,* Dem Greenwood

3. Thomas C. McRae,* Dem Prescott

4. Charles C. Heid, Dem Mori-niton

5. Hugh A. Dinsmore,* Dem...Fayetteville

6. Stephen Brundidge, Jr.,* Dem Scarcy

CALIFORNIA.

1. F. L. Coombs, Rep Napa

2. Samuel D. Woods,* Rep Stockton

3. Victor Metcalf,* Rep Oakland

Julius Kahn,* Rep San Francisco

Eugene F. Loud,* Rep San Francisco

James McLachlan, Rep Los Angeles

James C. Needham,* Hep Modesto

COLORADO.

John F. Shafroth,* Sil Denver

John C. Bell,* Sil Montrose

CONNEC'i'ICUT.

1. E. Stevens Henry,* Rep Rockville

2. Nehemiali D. Sperry.* R?u...New Haven
S.Charles A. Russell,*t Rep Killingly

4. Ebenezer J. Hill,* Rep ...Norwaik

DELAWARE.

L. H. Ball, Rep Faulkland

FLORIDA.

1. Stephen M. Sparkman,* Dem Tampa

2. Robert W. Davis,* Dem Palatka

GEORGIA.

1. Rufus E. Lester,* Dem Savannah

2. James M. Griggs,* Deru.^ Dawson

3. Elijah B. Lewis,* Dem..*. .. .Montezuma

4. William C. Adamson,* Dem...Carrollton

5. Leonidas F. Livingston,* Dem Kings

6. Charles L. Bartlett,* Dem Alacon

7. John \V. Maddox,* Dem Rome

8. William M. Howard.* Dem Lexington

9. Farish Carter Tate,* Dem Jasper

10. William H. Fleming,* Dem Augusta

11. William G. Brantley,* Dem... Brunswick

IDAHO.

Thomas L. Glenn, Sil Paris

ILLINOIS.

1. James R. Mann,* Rep Chicago

2. John J. Feely, Dem Chicago

3. George P. Foster,* Dem Chicago

4. James MeAudrews, Dem Chicago

5. William F. Mahouy, Dem. Chicago

6. Henry S. Boutell,* Rep Chicago

7. George E. Foss, Rep Chicago

8. Albert J. Hopkins,* Hep Aurora

9. Robert R. Hitt,* Rep Mount Morris

10. George W. Prince,* Rep Galesburg

11. Walter Reeves,* Rep Streator

12. Joseph G. Cannon,* Rep Danville

13. Vespasian Warner,* Rep Clinton

14. Joseph V, Graff,* Rep 1'ekin

15. J. Ross Mickey, Dem Macomb

16. T. J. Selby, Dem Hardln

17. Ben F. Caldwell,* Dem Chatham

18. Thomas M. Jett,* Dem Hlllsboro

19. Joseph B. Crowley,* Dem Robinson

20. James R. Williams,* Dem (,'armi



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Speaker, David B. Henderson.

etc., 8; whole number, 357. Those marked *

Fred J. Kern, Dem Belleville

George W. Smith,* Rep.. ..Murphysboro
INDIANA.

James A. Hemenway,* Rep Boonville

Robert W. Miers,* Dem Bloomington

William T. Zenor,* Dem Corydon

Francis M. Griffith,* Dem Vevay

E. S. Holliday. Rep Brazil

James E. Watson,* Rep Rushville

Jesse Overstreet,* Rep Franklin

George W. Cromer,* Rep Muncle



Charles B. Landis,* Rep Delphi

Edgar D. Crumpacker,* Rep.. Valparaiso

George W. Steele,* Rep Marlon

James M. Robinson,* Dem.. Fort Wayne

Abraham L. Brick,* Rep South Bend

IOWA.

Thomas Hedge,* Rep Burlington

J. N. W. Rumple, Rep Marengo

David B. Henderson,* Rep Dunu<jue

Gilbert N. Haugen,* Rep Northwood

Robert G. Cousins,* Rep Tipton

John F. Lacey,* Rep Oskaloosa

John A. T. Hull,* Rep Des Molnes

William P. Hepburn,* Rep Clarinda

Walter I. Smith,* Rep Council Bluffs

James P. Conner, Rep Denison

Lot Thomas,* Rep Storm Lake

KANSAS.

Large Charles F. Scott, Rep lola

Charles Curtis,* Rep Topeka

J. D. Bowersock,* Rep ..Lawrence

A. M. Jackson, Dem Wlnneld

James M. Miller,* Rep Council Grove

W. A. Calderhead,* Rep Marysvllle

W. A. Reeder,* Rep Logan

Chester I. Long,* Rep Hutchinson

KENTUCKY.

Charles K. Wheeler,* Dem Paducah

Henry D. Allen,* Dem MorganBeld

John S. Rhea,* Dem Russellville

David H. Smith,* Dem Hodgensviile

H. S. Irwin, Rep Louisville

D. L. Gooch, Dem Covington

South Trimble, Dem Frankfort

G. G. Gilbert,* Dem Shelbyville

James N. Kehoe, Dem Maysville

John, B. White, Dem Irvine

Vincent Boreing,* Rep London

LOUISIANA.

Adolph Meyer,* Dem New Orleans

Robert C. Davey,* Dem New Orleans

Robert F. Broussard,* Dem.. New Iberia
Phanor Breazeale,* Dem...Natchitoches
Joseph E. Ransdell, Dem..L. Providence
Samuel M. Robertson,* Dem. Baton Rouge
MAINE.

Amos L. Allen.* Rep Alfred

Charles E. Littleneld,* Rep....Rockland

Edwin C. Burleigh.* Rep Augusta

Llewellyn Powers, Rep Houlton

MARYLAND.

W. H. Jackteon, Rep Salisbury

Albert A. Blankeny. Rep. . .Frankiinville

Frank C. Wachter,* Rep Baltimore

C. R. Schirm, Rep Baltimore

Sydney E. Mudd,* Rep La Plata

George A. Pearre,* Rep Cumberland

MASSACHUSETTS.

George 1'. Lawrence.* Rep. North Adams
Frederick H. Gillett,* Rpp. . .Sprlngnold

John K. Thayer. Dem Worcester

C. Q. Tirrell, Rep Natlck

William S. Knox.* Rep Lawrence



FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.



HOUSE OF HEPHKSENTATIVES.-CONTINDED.



Ernest W. Roberts,* Hep Chelsea

Samuel W. McCall,* Hep... Winchester

J. A. Coury, Dem Boston

Henry V. Naphen,* Dem Boston

S. Li. Powers, Hep Newton

William C. Levering,* Hep Taunton

William S. Greene,* Hep Fall Hiver

MICHIGAN.

John B. Corliss,* Hep Detroit

Henry C. Smith,* Hep AUrian

Washington Gardner,* Hep Albion

Edward L. Hamuton,* Rep Niies

William Alden Smith,* K.. Grand Rapids

Samuel W. Smith,* Rep Pontiac

Edgar Weeks,* Hep Mount Clemens

John. W. Fordney,* Hep Saginaw

Roswell P. Bishop.* Rep Ludinerton

Henry H. Aplin, Eep. ..West Bay City

A. B. Darragh, Hep Ithaca

Carlos D. Sheldon,* Hep Houghton

MINNESOTA.

James A. Tawney,* Hep Winona

James T. McL'leary,* Hep Mankato

Joel P. Heatwole,* Hep Northneld

Frederick C. Stevens,* Rep St. Paul

Loren Fletcher,* Rep Minneapolis

Page Morris, * Rep Duluth

Frank M. Eddy,* Rep Glenwooa

MISSISSIPPI.

Ezekiel S. Candler, Dem Corinth

Thomas Spight,* I>em Hipley

Patrick Henry, Dem Vicksburg

Andrew F. Fox,* Dem West Point

John S. Williams,* Dem Yazoo City

Frank A. McLain,* Dem Gloucester

Charles E. Hooker, Dem........ Jackson

MISSOURI.

James T. Lloyd,* Dem Shelbyville

William W. Rucker,* Dem...Keytesville

John T. Dougherty,* Dem Liberty

Charles F. Cochran,* Dem St. Joseph

William S. Cowherd,* Dem. Kansas City

David A. De Armond,* Dem Butler

James A. Cooney,* Dem Marshall

D. W. Shackleford, Dem. Jefferson City

Champ Clark,* Dem Bowling Green

Richard Bartholdt,* Rep St. Louis

Charles F. Joy,* Rep St. Louis

James J. Butler, Dem S*t. Louis

Edward A. Robb,* Dem Perryville

Willard D. Vandiver,* D.Cape Girardeau
Maecenas E. Benton,* Dem Neosho

MONTANA.

Cald well Edwards, Sil Bozeman

NEBRASKA.

E. J. Burkett,* Hep Lincoln

David H. Mercer,* Rep Omaha

John S. Robinson,* Dem Madison

William L. Stark,* Fus Aurora

A. C. Shallenberger, Fus Alma

William Neville,* Pop North Platte

NEVADA.

Francis G. Newlands,* Sll Keno

NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Cyrus A. Sulloway,* Rep... Manchester

Frank D. Currier, Rep Canaan

NEW JERSEY.
Henry C. Loudenslager,* Rep..Paulsboro

John J. Gardner,* Rep Atlantic City

Ben;). F. Howell,* Rep.. New Brunswick

D. C. Flangan, Dem Morristown

James F. Stewart,* Hep Paterson

Kichard Wayne Parker,* Rep Newark

Allan L. McDermott,* Dem.. Jersey City
Charles Newell Fowler,* Rep.. Elizabeth



NEW YORK.

1. Fred Storm, Rep Bayside

2. John T. Fitzgerald,* Dem Brooklyn

3. Henry Bristow, Rep Brooklyn

4. H. A. Hanbury, Hep Brooklyn

5. Frank E. Wilson,* Dem Brooklyn

6. George H. Lindsay, Hep Brooklyn

7. Nicholas Muller,* Dem New York city

8. Thomas J. Creamer, Dein.New York city

9. Henry M. Goldfogle, Dem.New York city

10. Amos J. Curnmings.'t Dem. New York city

11. William Sulzer,* Dem New York city

12. George B. McClellan,* D.New York city

13. Oliver H. P. Belmont, D.Nrw York city

14. W. H. Douglass, Rep. ...New York city

15. Jacob Ruppert, Jr.,* Dem.New York city

16. Cornelius A. Pugsley, Dem....Peekskill

17. Arthur S. Tompkins,* Hep Nyack

18. John H. Ketcham,* Rep. ...Dover Plains

19. William H. Draper, Rep Lansingburg

20. George N. Southwick, Dem Albany

21. John K. Stewart,* Rep Amsterdam

22. Lucius N. Littauer,* Rep Gloversvilie

23. I^ewis W. Emerson, Rep Warrensburg

24. L. W. Knapp, Rep Lowvllle

25. James S. Sherman,* Rep Utlca

26. George W. Hay,* Rep Norwich

27. Michael E. Driscoll, Rep Syracuse

28. Sereno E. Payne,* Hep Auburn

29. Charles W. Gillet,* Rep Addison

30. James W. Wadsworth,* Rep Geneseo

31. James B. Perkins, Rep Rochester

32. William H. Kyan,* Dem Buffalo

33. De Alva S. Alexander,* Rep.... Buffalo

34. Edward B. Vreeland,* Rep Salamanca

NORTH CAROLINA.

1. John H. Small,* Dem Elizabeth City

2. Claude Kitchin, Dem Scotland Neck

3. Charles R. Thomas,* Dem Newborn

4. E. W. Pou, Dem Smlthneld

B. W. W. Kitchin,* Dem Hoxboro

6. John D. Bellamy,* Dem Wilmington

7. Theodore F. Kluttz,* Dem Salisbury

8. Spencer Blackburn, Rep Winston

9. James H. Moody, Rep Waynesvllle

NORTH DAKOTA.

Thomas F. Marshall, Rep Oakes

OHIO.

1. William B. Shattuc,* Rep.. Madison vllle

2. Jacob H. Bromwell,* Rep Cincinnati

S.Robert N. Nevln, Rep Dayton

4. Robert B. Gordon,* Dem St. Marys

B. James S. Snook, Dem Paulding

6. Charles Q. Hlldebrandt, R.. Wilmington

7. Thomas S. Kyle, Rep Troy

8. William R. Warnock, Hep Urbana

9. James H. Southard,* Rep Toledo

10. Stephen Morgan,* Rep.... Oak Hill

11. Charles H. Grosvenor,* Rep.. Athens

12. Emmet Tompkins, Rep Co.'umbus

13. James A. Norton.* Dem Tiffin

14. W. W. Skiles, Rep Shelby

IB. Henry C. Van Voorhis,* Hep..Zanesvllle

16. Joseph J. Gill,* Rep Steubenvllle

17. John W. Cassingham, Dem Coshocton

18. Robert W. Tayler,* Rep Lisbon

19. Charles Dick,* Rep Akron

20. Jacob A. Beidler, Rep. Cleveland

21. Theodore E. Burton,* Rep Cleveland

OREGON.

1. Thomas H. Tongue,* Rep Hillsboro

2. Malcolm A. Moody,* Rep The Dalles

PENNSYLVANIA.

At Large Galusha A. Grow,* Rep.Glenwood

R. H. Foederer, Jr., Rep.. ..Philadelphia

1. Henry H. Bingham,* Hep... Philadelphia

2. Robert Adnrns, Jr.,* Rep.. .Philadelphia

3. Henry Burk, R<;p Philadelphia

4. James R. Young,* Rep Philadelphia



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. CONTINUED.



Edward deV. Morrell,* Rep. Philadelphia
Thomas S. Butler,* Rep. ... West Chester

Irving P. W auger,* ivep Norrlstowu

Howard Mutchler, Dem Easton

Henry D. Green,* Dem Heading

Henry B. Cassel, Rep Marietta

\Villiiim Council,* Rep Scranton

Henry W. Palmer, Rep Wilkesburre

G. R. Patterson, Rep Ashland

Marlin E. Olmsted,* Rep Harrlsburg

C. Frederick Wright,* ttep.Susquehanna

Ellas Deemer, Rep Williamsport

R. K. Polk,*t Dem Danville

ThaddeusM. Mahon.* Rep.Chainborslmi'g

Robert J. Lewis. Rep York

Alvin Evans, Rep Ebensburg

S. N. Jack,* Rep Indiana

John Dalzell.* Hop Pittsburg

W. H. Graham.* Hep Allegheny

Ernest F. Aeheson.* Rep Washington

J. B. Showalter,* Hep Chicora

Arthur L. Bates, Rep Meadville

Joseph C. Sibley,* Rep Franklin

J. K. P. Hall,* Dem Rldgway

RHODE ISLAND.

Melville Bull,* Rep Middletown

Adln B. Capron,* Rep Stillwater

SOUTH CAROLINA.

William Elliott,* Dem Beaufort

W. Jasper Talbert,* Dem Parksvllle

Asbury C. Latlmer,* Dem Belton

Joseph T. Johnson, Dem SpartanLmrg

D. E. Finley,* Dem Yorkville

R. B. Scarborough, Dem Conway

A. F. Lever, Dem.* Lexington

SOUTH DAKOTA.

Large E. W. Martin, Rep Deadwood

Charles H. Burke,* Rep Pierre

TENNESSEE.

Walter P. Brotvnlow,* Rep Jonesboro

Henry R. Gibson,* Rep Knoxville

John A. Moon,* Dem Chattanooga

C. A. Snodgrass,* Dem Crossvilie

James D. Richardson.* D.-Murfreesboro

John W. Gaines,* Dem Nashville

L. P. Padgett, Dem Columbia

T. W. Sims,* Dem Linden

Rice A. Pierce,* Dem Union City

R. M. Patterson. Dem Memphis

TEXAS.

Thomas H. Ball,* Dem Huntsvllle

Samuel B. Cooper,* Dem Woodville

R. C. De Graffenreld,*f Dem. .Longview



4. John L. Sheppard,*f Dem Pittsburg

6. C. B. Randall, Dem Sherman

6. Dudley G. Wooten, Dem Dallas

7. R. L. Henry,* Dem Waco

8. S. W. T. Lanham,* Dem... Weatherford

9. A. S. Burleson,* Dem Austin

10. George F. Burgess, Dem Gonzales

11. Rudolph Kleberg,* Dem Cnero

12. J. L. Slayden.* Dem San Antonio

13. John H. Stephens,* Dem Vernon

UTAH.

George Sutherland, Rep.. Salt Lake City
VERMONT.

1. D. J. Foster, Rep Burlington

2. Kittredge Haskins, Rep Brattleboro

VIRGINIA.

1. William A. Jones,* Dem Warsaw

2. H. L. Mayiiard, Dem... Portsmouth

3. John Lamb,* Dem Richmond

4. Francis R. Lassiter,* Dem.. .Petersburg

5. Claude A. Swanson,* Dem Chatham

6. Peter J. Otey,*t Dem Lynchburg

7. James Hay,* Dem Madison

8. J. F. Rixey,* Dem Culpeper

9. William F. Rhea,* Dem Bristol

10. rienry D. Flood, Dem Appomattox

WASHINGTON.

At Large W. L. Jones,* Hep Yakima

E'. W. Cushman,* Rep Tacoma

WEST VIRGINIA.

1. B. B. Dovener,* Rep Wheeling

2. Alston G. Dayton,* Rep Philippl

3. Joseph H. Gaines, Rep Charleston

4. James -A. Hughes, Rep Huntlngton

WISCONSIN.

1. Henry A. Cooper,* Rep Racine

2. Herman B. Dahle.* Rep.. Mount Horeb

3. Joseph W. Babcock,* Rep Necedah

4. Theobald Otjen,* Rep Milwaukee

5. Samuel S. Barney,* Rep West Bend

6. J. H. Davidson,* Rep Oshkosh

7. John J. Esch,* Rep LaOrosse

8. Edward S. Minor,* Rep Sturgeon Bay

9. Webster F. Brown, Rep Rhinelander

10. John J. Jenkins,* Rep...Chippewa Falls

WYOMING.

F. W. Mondell, Rep Newcastle

TERRITORIAL DELEGATES.

ARIZONA Mark A. Smith, Dem Tucson

NEW MEXICO B. S. RodPV. Rep.Albuouerque
OKLAHOMA Dennis T. Flynn,* Rep-.Guthrie
HAWAII R. W. Wilcox.* Ind Honolulu



APPROPRIATIONS BY CONGRESS.



OBJECT.


1897.


1898.


1899.


1900.


1901.


1902.


1903.


Deficiencies
Lexis., executive
and judicial
Sundry civil
Army
Navy


$13,900,100

21,519.750
29.812.118
2S.278.402
30.5fi2.WiO
7,390,496


$8,594,447

21,690.766
34.344,970
23,129,344
33.003.234
7,674,120


$347,165,001

21.625.846
3S.S)97.752
23.193,392
56,098.783
7,673,854


$46,882,724

23.394.051
39.381,733
80,430.204
48,OS)9,9(a
7,504,775


$13,767,008

24.175,652
49,594,309
114.220.095
61.140.916
8.197,989


$15,917,447

24,594.968
*61.795,908
H5.734.<9
78,101.791
9,747,471


$28,039,911

25.398,381
00.125.359
91.530.136
78.678,963
9.143.902


Rivers and bar. . .
Fortifications
Military acad
PostofHce


15,944,147
7,377,888
449,525
Indefinite


19,266.412
9,517,141

Indefinite


14,492.459
9,377,494
458,689
Indefinite


25,100.038
4,909,902
575,774
Indefinite


10.175.605
7.383,628
674,306
Indefinite


'"Y,364.6ii

772.653
tl23.7S2.689


26.72li.442
7.2 8.955
2.627.324
tl38.416.509




141.328,580


141,263.880


141.233.830


145,233,830


145,245,230


145.245.2;)


139,842.230


Consular and dip.
Agriculture
Dist. of Col
Miscellaneous...


1.643,558
3.255.5%
5,900.319
423,304


1.695.308
3,182,902
6,186,991
1.150,464


1,752,208
3.509,202
6.426.880
6.044,898


1,714,533
3.726,022
6,834.535
28.721.653


1.771,168
4.023,500
7,577.369
3.205.362


1.849.428
4.582,420
8.502.269
7.990.018


1.957.92!
5.208.9HO
8.547.527
2.600.000



*Includes $7.046.623 to carry out contracts authorized by law for river and harbor improve-
ments in 1902. tNo river and harbor bill passed for 1902. ^Includes all expenses of the postal
service pay-able from postal revenues and out of the treasury.



FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS.



JFtftg=(!Bigf)tfj (Congress.

From March i, liX)8, to March 3, 1905.

SENATE.

Republicans, 55; democrats, 32; In doubt, 3.
Names in parentheses are of men indorsed for election.



ALABAMA.

John T. Morgan, Dem Selma..l907

Edmund \V. Pettus, Dem Selum..l909

ARKANSAS.

James H. Berry, Dem Bentonville..l907

A democrat (James P. Clarke) 1909

CALIFORNIA.

Thomas R. Bard. Rep Hueneme..l905

A republican (George C. Perkins) 1909

COLORADO.
Thomas M. Patterson. Dem.... Denver.. 1907

In doubt 1909

CONNECTICUT.

Joseph R. Hawley. Rep Hartford. .1905

A republican (O. H. Platt) 1909

DELAWARE.

Two republicans, if any*

FLORIDA.
Jas. P. Taliaferro, Dem.. Jacksonville.. 1905

A democrat (S. R. Mallory) 1909

GEORGIA.

Augustus O. Bacon, Dem Maeon.,1907

Alexander S. Clay, Dem Marietta.. 1909

IDAHO.
Frederick T. Dubois, Dem. .Blackfoot.. 1907

A republican 1909

ILLINOIS.

Shelby M. Cullom, Rep Springfield.. 1907

A republican (A. J. Hopkins) 1909

INDIANA.

Albert J. Beveridge, Rep.. Indianapolis.. 1905

A republican (Charles VV. Fairbanks)... 1909

IOWA.

William B. Allison, Rep Dubuque.,1909

Jonathan P. 'Dolliver, Rep.. Ft. Dodge.. 1907
KANSAS.

Joseph R. Burton, Rep Abilene. .1907

A republican 1909

KENTUCKY.

J. C. S. Blackburn, Dein Versailles. . 1907

James B. JdcCreary, Dem.... Richmond.. 1909
LOUISIANA.

Murphy J. Foster. Dem Franklin.. 1907

A democrat (S. D. McEuery) : 1909

MAINE.

William P. Frye, Rep Lewiston.,1907

Eugene Hale, Rep Kllsworth..l205

MARYLAND.

Arthur Pue Gorman, Dem Laurel.. 1909

Louis E. McComas, Rep. . . Hajjerstown . . 1906
MASSACHUSETTS.

George F. Hoar, Rep Worcester. .1907

Henry Cabot Lodge, Rep Nahant..l9o5

MICHIGAN.

Russell A. Alger, Rep Detroit. .1907

Julius C. Burrows, Rep Kalamazoo..l905

MINNESOTA.

Knute Nelson, Rep Alexandria.. 1907

Moses E. Clapp, Rep St. Paul. .1905

MISSISSIPPI.

Anselm J. McLaurin, Dem Brandon.. 1907

H. De Soto Money, Dem Carrolltou..l905

MISSOURI.
Francis M. Oockrell, Dem.. Warrensburg.. 1905

A democrat (George G. Vest) W09

MONTANA.

William A. Clark, Dem Butte.,1907

Paris Gibson, Dem Great Falls.. 1905



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NEBRASKA.

Joseph II. Millard, Rep Omaha. .1907

Charles H. Dietrich, Rep Hastings.. 1905

NEVADA.
William S. Stewart, Rep.. Carson City. .1905

A democrat 1909

NEW HAMPSHIRE,
Henry E. Burnhaul, Rep... Manchester.. 1907

A republican 1909

NEW JERSEY.

John F. Dryden. Rep Newark. .1907

John Keau, Rep Elizabeth.. 1905

NEW YORK.

Chauncey M. Depew. Rep New York.. 1905

A republican (Thomas C. Platt) 1909

NORTH CAROLINA.
Furnifold M. Simmons, Dem.. Raleigh.

A democrat

NORTH DAKOTA.
Porter J. McCumber, Rep Wahpeton.

A republican

OHIO.

Marcus A. Hanna, Rep Cleveland.. 1905

Joseph B. Foraker, Rep Cincinnati.. 1909

OREGON.

John H. .Mitchell, Rep Portland.. 1907

A republican 1909

PENNSYLVANIA.

Matthew S. Quay, Rep Beaver.. 1905

A republican 1909

RHODE ISLAND.

George P. Wetmore, Rep Newport.. 1907

Nelson, W. Aldrich, Rep.... Providence.. 1905
SOUTH CAROLINA.

Benjamin R. Tillman, Dem Trenton.. 1907

Asbury C. Latimer, Dem.-... Belton..l909
SOUTH DAKOTA.

Robert S. Gamble, Rep Yaiikton.,1907

A republican (A. B. Kittredge).... 1909

TENNESSEE.
Edward W. Carmaek, Dem. ..Memphis.. 1907

William B. Bate, D"m Nashville.. 1905

TEXAS.
Joseph W. Bailey, Deiu.... Gainesville.. 1907

Charles A. Culberson, Dem Dallas. .1905

UTAH.
Thomas Kearns, Rep. .Salt Lake City. .1907

A republican 1909

VERMONT.

Redfield Proctor. Rep Proctor.. 1905

Wm. P. Dilliugham, Rep... Montpelier.. 1909
VIRGINIA.

Thomas S. Martin, Dem Scot tsville.. 1907

John W. Daniel, Dem Lynchburg..l905

WASHINGTON.

Addison G. Foster, Rep Tacoma..l905

A republican 1909

WEST VIRGINIA.
Stephen B. _Elkins, Rep Elkins.



l907

Nathan B. Scott, Rep Wheeling.. 190t-

WISCONSIN.

Joseph V. Quarles, Rep Milwaukee.. 1905

A republican (.lohn C. Spooner) 1909

WYOMING.

Francis B. Warren, Rep Cheyenne.. 1907

Clarence D. Clark, Rep Evauston..l905

*Republicnu deadlock.



140 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1003.


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.


Republicans, 208; democrats, 178.


ALABAMA.


16. J. V. Graff, R.


5. S. E. Mudd, R.


1. G. W. Taylor, D.


17. J. A. Sterling, R.


6. George A. Pearre. R.


2. A. A. Wiley, D.
3. H. D. Clayton, D.
4. S. J. Bowie, D.
5. C. W. Thompson, D.
6. J. H. Bankhead, D.
7. J. L. Burnett. D.
8. William Richardson, D.
9. O. W. Underwood, D.


18. J. G. Cannon, R.
19. V. Warner, R.
20. H. T. Rainey, D.
21. B. F. Caldwell, D.
22. W. A. Rodenbeig, R.
23. J. B. Crowley. D. v
24. J. R. Williams. D.
25. George W. Smith, R.


MASSACHUSETTS.
1. G. P. Lawrence. R.
2. F. H. Gillett. R.
3. J. R. Thayer, D.
4. C. Q. Tin-oil, R.
5. Butler Ames, R.
6. A. P. Gardner, R.
7. E. W. Roberts R


ARKANSAS.


INDIANA.


8. S. W. MeCall, R.


1. R. Bruce. Macon, D.


1. J. A. Hemenway, R.


9. J. A. Keliher, D.


2. S. Bruudidge, Jr., D.


2. R. W. Miers, D.


10. W. S. McNary. D.


3. H. A. Dinsinore, D.


3. William T. Zenor, D.


11. J. A. Sullivan, D.


4. John S. Little, D.


4. F. M. Griffith. D.


32. S. L. Powers, R.


5. Charles C, Reid, D.


5. E. S. Holliday, R.


13. Win. C. Levering, R.


6. Joseph TJ Robinson, D.


6. James E. Watson, R.


14. W. S. Greene, R.


7. R. M. Wallace, D.


7. Jesse Overstreet. R.


MICHIGAN


CALIFORNIA.


8. George W. Cromer, R.


1. Alfred Lucking, 'D.


1. J. N. Gillette. K.


9. C. B. Landis, R.


2. C. E. Townsend, R.


2. Theodore A. Bell, D.
3. V. H. Metcalf, R.


10. E. D. Crumpacker. R.
11. Frederick K. Laudis, R.


3. Washington Gardner, R.
4. E. L. Hamilton. R.


4. E. J. Livernash, D.


12. J. M. Robinson. D.


5. W. AKlen Smith. R.


6. W. J. Wynn, D. and L.


13. A. L. Brick, R.


6. Samuel W. Smith. R.


6. James C. Needham. R.


IOWA.


7. Henry McMoran, R.


7. James McLachlan, R.
8. M. J. Daniels, R.
COLORADO.


1. Thomas Hedge, R.
2. Martin J. Wade, D.
3. B. P. Birdsall, R.


s. J. W. Fordnev. It.
9. R. P. Bishop, R.
10. George A. Loud, R.


1. Franklin E. Brooks, R.


4. G. N. Haugen, R.


n. A. B. Darragh, It.


2. John F. Shafroth, D.


5. R. G. Cousins, 11.


12. H. O. Young, R.


3. M. M. Hogg, R.


6. John F. Lacey, R.


MINNESOTA.


CONNECTICUT.
1. L. Lillov, R.


7. J. A. T. Hull, H.



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