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Loans, Pur


- &Mi8- War Navy




chase of


cellaneous Depart- Depart-


Year. Bon.ls, etc.


Items.


Indians.


1864.




$27,50-),5e9 1 1


$2,629,659


1835.


. $l,7i7,9J8


43,047,658 1 J


6,116,837


1866.


68,477


41,056,9/12


3,247,065


1867.


. 10,813,;}49


51,110,234


4,642,532


1863.


. 7,031,151


53,003.8 J8


4,100,682


1869.


. 1,67 »,68)


53.474,062


7,043,923


1870.


. 15,933,553


53,337,462


8,407,933


1871.


. 9,016,795


60.481,916


7,423,997


1873.


. 6.9->8.287


63,984,757


7,031,729


1873.


. 6,116,930


73,328,110


7,051,706


1874.


. 1,335,074


63,6(1,593


6,692 462


1876.




71,070,703


8,384,657


1876.




68,9-»S,374


6,933,553


1877.




66,252,037


6,277,007


1878.




53.177,704


4,6-39,280


1879.


. . ,


65,741,555


5,203,109


1880.


. 2,79 .,3»


54,713,530


6.945,457


1881.


. 1,031,249


64,416.325


6,514,181


1883.




67,219,751


9,733,747


1883.




6^,678.022


7,833,590


1884.




70,930,4:J4


6,475,939


1885.


,,,,.,,, '


87,494.2)8


6,562,495


1886.




74,16 *,933


6,093,153


1887.




85,231,836


6,194,523


1889.


*. 8.2r'),'843


72,953,-331


6,249,303


1889.


. 17, » 2,353


8),684 064


6,893.208


189).


. 20,3H,244


81,403,253


6,703,047


1891.


. 10,401,221


110,048,167


8,527,469


1892.




99.848,9a8


11,1!)0,578


1803.




103,733,799


13,845,847


1894.




101,943,730


10,293,482


^SK-




98,279,730


9,939,754


1896


,


87,288,658


_____ 12,163.166


lbif7 .




9U,40l,S«« 84,otil,o46 la,uni,eU2



Interest

Qn 1>iiK1ln



Total
Ordinary-
Ex-

T ~



28,378,116
27,264,892
27,841,406
30,978,0:»
35,886,488
57,791,110



£XFUf8E9 or COLUDGTINO RBVXKUS.

The statement following shows the amounts of customs duties and internal revenue collected
and the costs of collection since 1880 :



/ Internal Revenue »

Year Ending . Expenses of »

June 33. Revenue. Collecting. PerCt.

1881 S135,284,3a5.51 $4,327,793J4 8.20

1882 1 Ml,49r,5ft5.45 4,097,241. L'4 2.80

1883 144,72 ».36H.98 4,424.707.39 3.06

J884 12I,5SH.072.51 4.216,847.28 8.47

1H85 112,49S,72>.54 8,853.035.»4 3.42

1886 31^,805 936.48 3,578,679.43 3 06

1887 IIH.823,391.23 3,828,rj< 17.98 3.23

188H 124,296 871.98 3,8-3fi.n:W.9l 2.«2

1S89 130.881,513 93 3,770,388.72 2.88

1890 143,606,705.81 3,78(>.950.4l 2.65

1H91 345,686,249.44 4,003,485.65 2.75

1S92 153,971,07 .'.67 8,879.082.31 2.52

189:3 161,(67,623.93 4,144.937.0^ 2.57

1894 147,111,262.81 8,749,029.22 2.56

1X95 143,421.672.02 8,754,935.45 2.68

1896 146.508,266.00 3,846,888.00 2.62

1897 146,688,574.00 3,606,799.00 2.46



Revenue.
$198,159,676.02
22(»,410,730.25
214,706,496.98
195,067,489.76
1«1,47 1, 939.34
193,905,028.44
217,28»5,898.18
219,091,173.83
2-33,832,741.69
229,668,584.57
219,522,205.23
177,452,964.15
203,355.016.73
131.818..530.82
152,158,617.45
160.634,851.00
176,554,127.00



-Customs Revenue-



-Expenses <
Colloctlnif. ]
$6,383,288.10

6,506,359.26

6,59:3,509.43

6,709.485.76

6,494.847.29

6,427.612.07

6,855,801.74

7.156,187.77

7,030,487.00

6,850,986.09

6,964,367.09

6,646,27rt.05

6,75a,7M0.98

6,791,872.86

6.786.690.92

7,237,796.00

7,075,372.00



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FISCAL AFFAIRS OF UNITED STATES.



155



Principai. ast> Intkiuest of Public Debt from 1860 to 1897.



Three Per
July 1— Cents.

1800 986,125,000

1870 60,550,000

ISn 45,885,000

1872 24,665,000

1873 14,000,000

1874 14,000,000

1875 14,000,000

1876 14,000,000

1877 14,000,000

1878 14,000,000

1870 14,000,000

1880 14,000,000

1881 14,000,000

1882 14,000,000

1883 818.204,850

1884 288,612,150

1885 206,190,500

1886 158,(^6,600

1887 83.716,.V»

1888 14,000.000

1880 14,000,000

1800 14,000,000

1801

1802

1898

1804

1805

1»«

1807



Three and a Four and a

Half Per Four Per Half Per

Cents. Cents. Cents.



9678,000
678,000
678.aiO
678,000
«78,000



08,850,000

741,522,030

780,847,800

73»,847.800

9460,461,050 730,340,350

32,082,600 737.042,200

737,951,700

737,980,460

737,067,600

787,975.850

714,815,450

676,214,990

602,207,360

550,650,920

550.664,830

650,672,600

550,677,890

690,887,560

72i,MW,<M)

722,000,630



1140,000,000
240,000,000
250,000,000
250.000,000
2tO,000,000
250,000,000
260,000,000
250,000,000
250,000,000
250,000.000
250,000,000
2:22,207,060
139,639,000
100,015,750
50,869,200
025,354,500
025,364,500
025,364,600
026,364,500

025,364,500 100,000,000



Total
Interest- Annual
Interest
CharoT".
\ 9125,528.998
i 118,784,960
) 111,040,830
I li«,988.4ff3
) 96,049,804
I 08,796,(104
) 96,&S5.690
I C5,104.260
I 98,160,613
I 04,654.473
I 83,778,778
I 79,633,981
I 75,018,605
I 67,300,110

• 51,436,700

• 47,926,432
47,014,183
45,510,096
41,780,820
88,001,035
83,752,854

. 20,417,608

' 23.616,735

^ 22,888,883

22,804,194

25,804,385

2».14a79ei

) 34.:«7,2R5

847,865,130 34,387,315



a Continued at two per cent.

NoTB.-The Interest oharere is computed upon the amount of outstanding principal at the dote
of the Hsoal year, and is exclusive of interest charge on Pacific Bailway bonds.

NoxB.~The total interest-bearing debt, as above, is exclusive of Pacific Bailway bonds.





Debt on Debt




Principal of Population
Debt. Less of the
Cash in United


In-




which In- Bearing


Cwhin


Debt terest




* * ».— no


the


Per Per


i^Jz.


Interest.


Treasury.


States.


^'S-ss^


$421,131,510


1155,680,340


37,756,000


1870.

1871


430,508.064


149,502,471


38,558,371


60.46 8.06


416.565,689


108,217,263


ao,555,000


56.81 2.83


1871


430,530,431


108,470,798


40,606,000


52.96 2.56


i«a


472,(i60,333


120,020,982


41,677,000


50.52 235


18T4.


500,543,128


147,541,314


4:i,796,00rt


49.17 2.8L


1876


496,18l'.411


142,243.361


43.951.000


47.53 2.20


1876.


461,807,190


119,469,720


4>,137,000


4.5.66 2.11


1877


476,764,031


186,0J.\960


46,3j3,<00


48 66 2 01


1878.


455,875,683


256,83,613


47,508 000


42.01 1.90


1879


410.8a->,74l


249,080.167


48.866,000


40.85 1.71


1880


888,800,815


201,088,6:'2


50,155,783


88.27 1.50


1881


422,721,954


249,363,415


51,316,000


35.46 1.46


1882.


438,241,788


243,289,510


62,495.000


31.91 1.00


1888.


538,111,163


345.389.903


53,603,000


28.66 .96


1864.


584,3(KS,863


391,985.938


54,911,000


26.20 .87


1886.


663,712,927


488,612,429


56,148,0


24.60 .84


1886.


ei9,344,46S


492,917,17.i


57,404,000


22.34 .79


1887.


e29,795,On


482,433,917


68,680,000


20.03 .71


1888


739,840,389


620,8>4,OS9


59.974,000


17.72 .66


1880


787,287,440


643,113,173


61,239,000


15.92 .53


1800.


825,011,289


661,355.834


62,622,250


14.22 .47


1801


933,852,766


6i»4,083,839


63,975,000


13.32 .37


1802


1,(00,648,939


746,937,681


65,4« ■3,000


12.86 .35


1898


958,a'>4,525


707,016,210


66,826,000


12.65 .84


1804.


905,360,506


732,940,756


68,275,000


13.17 .37


1886.


a'W. 197,333


774,448,017


60,878,000


12.93 .42


1»«


930,83»,543


814,.>4.KU;0


71..fcX»,U00


la.^ .*ri


1807


968,960,656


825,649,766


72,937,000


13.60 .47



Note 1.— The population is for June 1, for 1870, 1880 and 1890, from the census, and for other years
from estimates, for the same date each year, prepared by the Actuary of the Treasury Department.

NoTB 2.— The figures for July 1, 1879, were made up assuming pending funding operations to have
been completed.

NoTK a— The column of ** Debt Bearing no Interest ** includea certlflcatet Issued against gold,
■ilver and currency deposited in the Treasury.



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POLITICAL AFFAIRS,
THB PrB8U>B1ITIAL SnOOBBSIOM.

The Preeidential Buooesalon is fixed by chapter 4 of the aote of the Forty-ninth Conffreas, first
seasion. In case of the removal, death, reeignatiOD, or inability of both the President and vice-Presi-
dent, then the Secretary of State shall act as President until the disability of the President or Vice-
President is removed or a President is elected. If there be no Secretary of State, then the Secretary
of the Treasury will act, and the r^-mainder of the order of succession is : The Secretary of War,
Attorney-General, Postmaster-General, Secretary of the Navy, and Secretary of the Interior. The
acting President must, upon taking office, convene Congress, if not at the time in session, in extraor-
dinary session, giving twenty dayr notice. This act applies only to such cabinet officers as shall
have been appointed by the advice and consent of the Senate and are eligible under the Constitution
to the Presidency.

Inau-
gurat- ^
ed. ^



§ Paternal S g § & 3 Place and Time § &

Name. Birthplace. (m Ancestry. P^'o t>i -^l P4 of Death. ^ <

George Washington. Westmoreland Co., Va.lTSg English... Va... 1789 67 F..Mt. Vernon, Va.... 17W 67

John Adams. Quincy, Mass 1786 English... Mass 1797 62 R.Quincy, Mass. 1826 90

Thomas Jefferson.. . .Shadwell, Va 1748 Welsh. .... Va. .. 1801 68 R. . Montioello, Va 1826 83

James Madison Port Conway, Va. 1761 English . . . Va. . . 1809 68 R. . Mont pelier, Va. .... 1836 85

James Monroe Westmoreland Co., Va.l768 Scotch Va.. .1817 69 R..New York City 1831 78

John Quincy Adams. Quincy, Mass 1767 English. . .Mass 1825 68 R.. Washington, D. C 1848 80

Andrew Jackson .... Union Co., N. C 1767 Sco.-Irlsh . Tennl829 62 D. . Hermitage, Tenn . . 1846 78

Martin Van Buren.:.fUnderhook, N. T 1782 Dutch ....N. Y.1887 65 D.. Linden wold, N. Y.. 1862 79

William H. Harrison. Berkeley, Va 1778 English... O.... 1841 68 W.Washington, D.C.. 1841 68

John Tyler Greenway, Va 1790 English... Va... 1841 61 D.. Richmond, Va. 1862 72

James K. Polk Mecklenburg Co., N.C. 1796 Sco.-Irish.Tennl845 60 D.. Nashville, Tenn.... 1849 53

Zachanr Taylor OranKeCo.,Va 1784 EngUsh... La... 1849 65 W.Washington, D. C. 1850 65

Millard Fillmore Summer Hill, N. Y 1800 English. ..N. Y.1850 50 W.Buffalo. N.Y 1874 74

Franklin Pierce Hlllsboro, N. H 1804 English...N.H.1853 49 D-. Concord, N. H 1869 64

James Buchanan .... Cove Gap, Pa. 1791 Sco.-Irish . Pa. . . 1857 66 D. . Wheatland, Pa 1868 77

Abraham Lincoln.. . .Larue Co., Kv 1809 English. . .HI ... 1861 62 R. . Washinaiion, D. C. 1866 56

Andrew Johnson .... Raleigh. N. C. 1808 English . . .Tennl866 67 R. .Carter's Depot,Ten. 1875 86

Ulysses S. Grant Point Pleasant,© 1822 Scotch.... D. C.1869 47 R..Mt. McGregor, N.Y. 1885 68

Rutherford B.Haye8.Delaware, O 1822 Scotch. . . . O. . . .1877 64 R.. Fremont, 1898 70

James A. Garfield. . .Cuyahoga Co., 1831 English. . .0. .. .1881 49 R..Long Branch, N. J . 1881 49

Chester A. Arthur. ..Fairfield, Vt 1830 Soo.-Irish.N. Y.1881 61 R..New York aty 1886 66

Grover Cleveland.... Caldwell, N.J 1837 English... N. Y. 1885 48 D

Benjamin Harrison.. North Bend, O 1833 English... Ind. 1889 56 R.

Grover Cleveland.... Caldwell, N.J 1837 English... N. Y.1893 66 D

William McKlnley...Nile8,0 1843 Sco.-Irish. O.... 1897 64 R.



Vicib-Presidbnts.

Year Age

Paternal Resi- Quali- Poll- of at

Name. Birthplace. Year. Ancestry. dence. fled. tics. Dth. Dth.

John Adams Quincy, Mass 1786 English Mass. 1789 Fed 1826 91

Thomas Jefferson.... Shadwell, Va 1748 Welsh Va. 1797 Rep. 1826 83

Aaron Burr Newark, N.J 1768 English N.Y. 1801 Rep. 1886 80

George Clinton Ulster Co., N. Y 1789 English N.Y. 1805 Rep. 1812 78

Blbrldge Gerry Marblehead, Mass 1744 English Mass. 1813 Rep. 1814 70

Daniel D. Tompkins . Scarsdale, N. Y 1774 English N. Y. 1817 Rep. 1826 61

John C. "Calhoun Abbeville, S. C 1782 Scotch-Irish... S. C. 1825 Rep. 1850 68

Martin Van Buren. .Klnderhook, N.Y 1782 Dutch N.Y. 1833 Dem. 1862 80

Richard M. Johnson. . Louisville, Ky 1780 English Ky. 1837 Dem. 1850 70

JohnTyler Greenway, Va 1790 English Va. 1841 Dem. 1862 72

George M. Dallas Philadelphia. Pa. 1792 English Pa. 1846 Dem, 1864 72

Millard Fillmore Summer HiU, N. Y 1800 English N.Y. 1849 Whig. 1874 74

William R. King Sampson Co., N. C 1786 English Ala. 1853 Dem. 1853 67

John C. Breckinridge licxington, Ky 1821 Scotch Ky. 1857 Dem. 1875 64

Hannibal Hamlin .... Paris, Me 1809 English Me. 1861 Rep. 1891 81

Andrew Johnson Raleigh, N. C 1808 English Tenn. 1865 Rep. 1875 67

Schuyler Colfax New York City, N. Y... 1823 English Ind. 1869 Rep. 1885 62

Henry Wilson Parmington, N. H 1812 English Mass. 1878 Rep. 1875 63

WilUamA. Wheeler.. Malone, N.Y 1819 EngUsh N.Y. 1877 Rep. 1887 68

Chester A. Arthur. . . . Fairfield, Vt 1830 Scotch-Irish. . . N. Y. 1881 Rep. 1886 56

Thomas A. HendricksMuskingum Co., 1819 Scotch-Irish... Ind. 1886 Dem. 1885 66

LeviP.Morton Shoreham, Vt 1824 Scotch N.Y. 1889 Rep

AdlalE. Stevenson... Christian Co., Ky 1886 Scotch-Irish... I II. 1893 Dem

Garret A. Hobart.... Long Branch, N.J 1844 English N.J. 1897 Rep

• F, Federal ; R, Republican ; D, Democrat ; W, Whig.



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157



CHixr JusraosB and Jusucbb ot th> Supbbmx Coubt.



(Chief Justices in ItaUce.)



Name.

JohnJay.N.Y

John KutlecUre, S. C

William OushiiLr, Mass.

James Wilson, Fa

John Blair, Va

Bobert H. Harrison, Md
James Iredell, N. C. . . .
Thomas Johnson, Md. . .
William Patterson, N. J.

John Rtttledoe^ S. C

Samuel Chase, Md

Oliver EUsivorth, Ct

Bushrod Washinfirton,

Va

Alfred Moore, N.C

John Marahm, Va

William Johnson, 8. C. .
Brock. Livingston, N.Y

Thomas Todd, Ky

Joseph Story, Mass

Gabriel Duval, Md

Smith Thompson^. Y
Bobert TrimbleTKy . . . .

John McLean, Ohio

Henry Baldwin, Pa

James M. Wayne, Ga. . . ,

Roger B. Taney ^ Md

Philip P. BarlK>ur, Va..
John Catron, Tenn



—Service—^
Term. Yrs. Bom.
1789-1796 6 1745
1789-1791 fi 1789
1789-1810 21 1788



1789-1798

1789-1796 7

1789-1790 1

1790-1799 9

1791-1798 2

1796-1806 13

1796-1795 ..

1796-1811 15 1741

1796-1800 5 1745



1798-1829 81

1799-1804 5

1801-1835 84

1804-1834 80

.1806-1828 17

1807-1826 19

.1811-1845 34

.1811-1886 25

.1823-1848 20

1826-1828 2

1829-1861 32

,1830-1844 16

.1835-1867 82

1836-1864 28

1886-1841 5

1837-1865 28



1742
1732
1745
1751
1732
1745
1789



1762
1766
1755
1771
1757
1766
1779
1762
1767
1777
1786
1779
1790
1777
1783
1786



Kufus W. Peckbam,



Died.
1829
1800
1810
1798
1800
1T90
1799
1819
1806
1800
1811
1807

1829
1810
1885
1834
1828
1826
1845
1844
1843
1828
1861
1844
1867
1864
1841
1865
N.Y.



Name. Term. Yrs.

John MoKinley, Ala. . . .1887-1862 15
Peter V. Daniel, Va..... 1841-1860 19
Samuel Nelson, N.Y.... 1845-1872 27
Levi Woodbury, N. H . . 1845-1851 6

Robert 0. Orier, Pa 1846-1870 23

BenJ. R. Curtis, Mass. . . 1851-1867 6
John A. Campbell, Ala..l863-1861 8
Nathan Clifford, Maine. 1868-1881 23
Noah H. Swayne, Ohio . 1861-1881 20
Samuel F. Miller, Iowa. 1862-1890 28

David Davis, 111 1862-1877 15

Stephen J. Field, Cal . . . . 1863-

Salmon P. Chase, Ohio . . 1864-1878 9

WlUiam Strong, Pa 1870-1880 10

Joseph P. Bramey, N. J.1870-1802 22

Ward Hunt, N.Y 1872-1882 10

Morrison R. WaiU, O. . .1874-1888 14

John M. Harlan, Ky. . . . 1877-

WUUam B. Woods, Ga. .1880-1887 7
Stanley Matthews, Ohio.1881-1889 8

Horace Gray, Mass. 1881-

SamU Blatch^ord, N. Y..1882-189e 11
LuoiusQ. C. Lamar,Miss.I888-1898 ~
MelvUle TT. FYifldr, 111... 1888-....
David J. Brewer, Kan . . .1889-. . . .
Henry B. Brown, Mich. . 1890 -. . . .
George Shiras, Jr.,Pa..l892-.. .
Howell B. Jackson,Tenn 1893-1895
Edward D. White, La. . .1893-. . . .
; term, 180S; bom, 1837.



Bora.
1780
1785
1792
1789
1794
1809
1811
1806
1804
1816
1816
1816
1806
1806
1818
1811
1816
1838
1824
1824
1828
1820
5 1825
1833
1837
1836
1882
1882
1845



Died.

1862
1860
1878
1851
1870
1874
1889
1881
1884
1890
1885

isra

1895
1892
1886



1887
1889



1893

1893



1896



Speakbrs or House op Repbbsbntatives.



Con-
gress. Years.
1 1789-91
1791-93
1793-96
1795-99
1799-1801
1801-07
10,11 1807-11
12,13 1811-14
13 1814-15
14-16 1816-20
1820-21
1821-28
1826-25
1825-87
20-28 1827-34
23 1884-85
24.25 1835-39
26 1839-41



2

3

4, 5

6

7-9



16
17
18
19



Hfenry Clay, Ky.



Name. Bom.

F. A. Muhlenburg, Pa. 1760
Jonathan Trambull, Ct. 1740
F. A. Muhlenburg, Pa. 1760
Jonathan Dayton. N. J. 1760
Theo. Sedgwick, Mass. 1746
Nathaniel Macon, N. C. 1767
■ B. Vartium, Mass. 17e0

- - vtn

1773

im

1784
1783
1777,
1784
1784
1797
1795
1809



Chi



Langdon Cheeves, S. C.
HenryClay, Ky.
John W. Taylor, N. Y.
PhiUp P. Barbour, Va.
HenryClay, Ky.
John W. Taylor, N. Y.
Andrew Stevenson, Va.
John Bell, Tenn.
James K. Polk, Tenn.
B. M. T. Hunter, Va.



Died
1801
1809
1801
1824
1818
1837
1821
1862
1857
1852
1854
1841
1862
1854
1857
1869
1849
1887



Con-
gress. Years. Name. Bom.

27 1841-48 John White, Ky. 1806

28 1843-45 John W. Jones, Va. 1806

29 184&-47 John W. Davis, Ind. 1799
80 1847-49 Rob'tCWinthrop, Mass. 1809
31 1819-51 Howell Cobb, Ga. 1816

Linn Boyd, Ky. 1800

Nathaniel P. Amks, Mass.1816
James L. Orr, S. C. 1822

Wm. Pennington, N. J. 1796
Galusha A. Grow, Pa.
Schuyler Colfax, Ind.
James G. Blaine, Me.
Michael C. Kerr, Ind. v
Samuel J. Randall 'Pa.
John W. Klefer, Ohio.



32.33 1&51.66

31 1865-67

35 1857-59

36 1869-61

37 1861-63
38-40 1863-09
41-48 1869-75

44 1875-76

44-46 1876-81

47 1881-83

4S-Q0 1883-89

51 1889-91

62,53 1891-95



Congress, 54-55 ; year, 1885 ; Thomas B. Reed,



John G. Carlisle. Ky.
Thomas B. Reed, Me.
Charles F. Crisp, Ga.
Me. ; bom 1839.



1823
1830
1827
1888
1836
1885
1839
1846



Died

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1848
1860
1894
1868
1850
1894
1878
1862

1885
1893
1876
1890



1896



SBCRBTARIBS of bTATB.



Date
of Ap-
point-
Name, ment.

Thomas Jefferson, Va 1789

Edmund Randolph, Va 1794

Timothy Pickering, Mass 1795

Timothy Pickering, Mass 17w7

John Marshall, Va 1800

James Madison, Va 1801

Robert Smith, Md 1809

.lames Monroe, Va 1811

John Quincy Adams, Mass 1817

Henry Clay, Ky 1825

Martin Van Buren, N. Y 1829

Edward Livingston, La 1841

LouisMcLane, Del 18*3

John Forsyth, Ga 1834

John Forsyth, Ga 1837

Daniel Webster, Mass 1841

Daniel Webster, Mass 1841

Hughs. Legar^S. C 1843

Abel P. Upshur, Va 1843

John C. Calhoun, S. C 1844



Date

of Ap-

point-

Name. ment.

James Buchanan, Pa 1845

John M. Clayton. Del 1849

.Daniel Webster. Mass 1850

Edward Everett, Mass 1852

WUliamL. Marcy, N. Y 18.53

LewisCasa, Mich ia57

Jeremiahs. Black, Pa 1860

William H.Seward, N.Y 1861

William H. Seward, N. Y 1866

Elihu B. Washbum, lU 1869

Hamilton Fish, N.Y 1869

William M. Evart8,N. Y 1877

James G. Blaine, Me 1881

F. T. Frelinghuysen, N. J 1881

Thomas F. Bayard. Del 1885

JamesG. Blaine, Me 1889

John W.Foster,Ind 1892

Walter Q. Gresham, m 1888

Richard Olney, Mass 1894

John Sherman, Ohio 1807



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Bbcretaribs of thb Tbbasurt.



Date
of Ap-
point-
ment.
1789
1795
1797
1801
1801
1801
1809



Name.

Alexander Hamilton, N. Y.

Oliver vkolcott, Ct

Oliver Woloott, Ct

Samuel Dexter, Mass.,

Samuel Dexter, Mass

Albert Gallatin, Pa

Albert Gallatin, Pa

George W. Oampbcll^enn 1814

Alexander J. DullaR,Pa 1814

WiiUam H. Crawford, Ga 1816

William H. Crawford, Ga 1817

Richard Bush, Pa 1825

Samuel D. Ingham, Pa. 1829

LouisMcLane, Del 1831

WilHam J. Duane,Pa ; 1833

Roger B. Taney, Md 1888

Levi Woodbury, N. H 1834

Levi Woodbury, N. H 1837

Thomas Bwing, Ohio 1841

Thomas Ewinir, Ohio 1841

Walter Forward, 'a 1841

John C. Spencer, N. Y 1843

GeorgeM. hibb, Kv 1844

^ . .. y^jg, 1845

- Lyman J. Gage, Ohio



Robert J. Walker. Miss.



Date
of Ap-
point-
Name, ment.

William M. Meredith, Pa 1849

Thomas Corwin, Ohio 18S0

JamesGuthrie, Ky 186S

Howell Cobb, Ga 1887

PhiUp F. Thomas, Md 180Q

John A. Dix, N. Y 1881

Salmon P. Chase, Ohio 1881

WilliamP. Fessenden, Me 1864

Hugh McCuUoeh, Ind 1865

Hugh McCulloch, Ind 186ft

George S. Boutwell, Mass 18if9

Wm. A. Richardson, Mass 1878

Benjamin H. Bristow, Ey 1674

LotM.Mormi, Me 1876

John Sherman, Ohio 1877

William Windom, Minn 1881

Charles J. Polger, N. Y 1881

Walter Q. Gresham, Ind 1884

Hugh McCulloch, Ind 1884

Daniel Manning, N. Y 1886

Charles S. Fftlrchild, N. Y 1887

William Windom. Minn IS8»

Charles Foster, Ohio 1891

John G. Carlisle, Ky 189a

, 1897



Thb Elbctoraij votb.



The Electoral Apportionment Act of 1891
States as follows :

Electoral

States. Votes.

Alabama 11

Arkansas 8

California 9

Colorado 4

Connecticut ". 6

Delaware 8

Florida 4

Georgia 18

Idaho 3

Illinois 24

Indiana 15

Iowa 18

Kansas 10

Kentucky 13

Louisiana. 8

Maine 6

Maryland 8

Biassachusetts 16

Michigan U

Minnesota 9

Mississippi 9

Ml8S<mri 17

Montana 8

Nebraska 8



distributed the electoral vote among the several

Blectoiml

States. Votes.

Nevada 8

Now Hampshire 4

New .lersey 10

New York 36

North Carolina 11

North Dakota 8

Ohio 23

Oregon 4

Pen nsyl vania .- di

Rhode Island 4

South Carolina 9

South Dakota 4

Tennessee Vt

Texas l&

Utah 8

Vermont 4

Virginia 1»

Washington 4

West Virginia 6

Wisconsin 12

Wyoming 8

Total :.. 447

Necessary to a choice 224



DEFENSE.
Land Forces.



The strength of the army of the United States,
as fixed by statute or in pursuance thereof. Is :

, — Enlisted Men — »
Companies
/ — Officers — » and
Arm. Line. Staff. Regiments. StafT.

Cavalry 447 ... 6,170

Artillery 288 ... 4,026

Infantry 884 ... 18,125

Engineers ... 600 ....

Hospital corps. ... ... .... 710

Stair 628 .... 1,180

Tm ^ 23,820 M90

Total 2.147 26.710



The distribution of the troops by geographical
departments, according to the latest returns. Is as
follows :

Enlisted

Department. Officers. Men. Total.

California 118 1,455 1,678

Colorado 250 8,179 3,429

Columbia 124 3.601 1.62.5

Dakota 194 2,488 2,627

East 522 6,670 7,19»

Missouri 334 4,208 4,537

Platte 201 2,617 2,718

Texas 142 1,771 1,918

Total 1,886 28,729 25,614



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The Union is divided into the eight miiitary departments foilowing :

DsPABTMBNT OF THB Ea8T.— New Euirland States, New York, New Jersey. Pennsylvania, Dela-
irare. Maryland, Virginia, West Virgin^ No^ ch Carolina. South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisi-
Uia, Mississippi. Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, and the District of Columbia.

Department op the Missoubi.— Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas,
Arkansas,- Indian and Oklahoma Territories.

Department of California.— California and Nevada.

Department of Dakota.— Minnesota, South Dakota (excepting so much as lies south of the
ft4th parallel). North Dakota, Montana, and the post of Fort Yellowstone, Wyo.

Department of Texas.— State of Texas.

Department of the PiiAirE.— Iowa. Nebraska, and Wyoming (excepting the post of Fort
Yellowstone, Wyo.), so much of Idaho as lies east of a line formed by the extension of the western
boundary of Utah to the northeastern boundary of Idaho, and so much of South Dakota as lies
south of the 44th parallel.

Department of the Colorado.— Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.

Department of the Columbla.- Oregon. Washington, Idaho, and Alaska, excepting so much
of Idaho as is embraced in the Department of the Platte.

The condition and efficiency of the organized militia of the United States in the year 1896 are
shown below, being compiled from a publication of the War Department :



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