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Robert T. Harvey.



*It is to be regretted that the resident counties of the members of the Senate
cannot be determined from the Journal of that body for this session.



254



Archives and History.



[W.'Va.



Seventh — Joel E. Stallings, and
John B. Floyd.

Eighth — John G. Lobban, and Wil-
liam L. McNeel.

Ninth — Harvey Samples, and Benja-
min W. Byrne.

Tenth— Thomas J. Farnsworth, and
M. W. Coburn.



Eleventh — William M. O. Dawson,
and William C. McGrew.

Tioelfth — George E. Price, and Jo-
seph Van Matre.

Thirtenth — Samuel Davisson, and
Jacob S. Melvin.



Thomas J. Farnsworth.
John D. Alderson.
J. M. Hamilton.
F. J. Parke.
H. C. Duncan.
T. H. Marshall.
Charles H. Vandiver.
David O. Kelley.
Frank Wheat.
Frank Thompson.
Bushrod Burley.
Henry Emsheimer.



President.

Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Seargeant-at-arms.

Door-keeper.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Postal Messenger.

Delegates.

Mason



Upshur County.
Nicholas County.
Calhoun County.
Monroe County.
Wayne County.
Ohio County.
Mineral County.
Greenbrier County.
Ohio County.
Kanawha County.
Marshall County.
Ohio County.



Barbour County — John W. Corder.
Berkeley — George F. Evans, and Ma-
rion L. Henshaw.
Boone — Albert Allen.
Braxton — James A. Boggs,* and
John H. Cunningham.*
Cabell— P. H. McCulloch.
Calhoun — Taylor R. Stump.
Doddridge — Williams Maxwell.
Fayette — L. D. Isbell.
Gilmer — Melville Stump.
Greenbrier — William H. McClung,

and John F. Garing.
Hampshire — Henry B. Gilkeson.
Harrison — John L. Ruhl, Charles

W. Lynch.
Jackson — Virgil S. Armstrong, and

Charles L. Brown.
Jefferson — John W. Rider, and Isaac

Fouke.
Kanawha — James F. Brown, James

H.Brown, and John M. Collins.
Lewis — William K. Wilson.
Lincoln — Joseph W. Holt.
Logan — L. D. Chambers.
Marion — John C. Jones, and Jesse F.

Sturm.
Marshall — John Nixon, and W. S.

Simonton.



John M. Eckard, and J. Or-

ville Sayre.
Mercer — Isaiah Bee.
Mineral — C. W. Dailey.
Monongalia — Henry L. Cox.
Monroe— James H. Adair.
Morgan — J. J. Hetael.
Nicholas — David McQueen.
Ohio — Joseph J. Woods, Louis F.

Steifel, Blackburn B. Dovener, and

J. Hamilton Burtt.
Pendleton — J. Edward Pennybacker.
Pleasants — Oliver Gorrell.
Preston — John D. Rigg, and Uriah

X. Orr.
Putnam — Lewis J. Timms.
Raleigh— Win. C. Riffe.
Ritchie — Tnomas E. Davis.
Summers — A. A. Miller.
Taylor — David Powell.
Tyler — Wm. M. Powell.
Upshur — J. J. Morgan.
Wayne — Thomas Harrison.
Wetzel — Septimius Hall.
Wirt— M. H. Shirtz.
Wood — Samuel T. Stapleton, Er-

win D. J. Bond, James T. Mc-

Mechen.i and W. A. Cooper.f



♦James A. Boggs, of Braxton, was elected. December 21. 1882, to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of John II. Cunningham, who died en the preceding 8th of
November. _,, .,

fJanies T. McMechen was elected on the 4th of January. 1SSS, to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of W. A. Cooper, of Wood county.



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The Legislature of West Virginia.



255



First Del. Dist.— George W. Mc-
Cord.

Second Del. Dist. — George Harmon.
Third Del. Dist.— William P. Payne.



Fourth Del. Dist.— Henry A. Yea-

ger.
Fifth— Del. Dist.— A. B. Parsons.
Sixth Del. Dist. — A. B. Wells, and

Jacob Salisbury.



Joseph J. Woods.
J. Bernard Peyton.
IIcxry Fry.
Benjamin H. Oxley.
S. B. Hall.
John F. Gillespie.
B. P. Nuzum.
George P. Sargeant.
James P. Nealis.
John L. Thornhill.
Herman Stoetzer.
Howard Talbot.
Prank Roberts.
Charles S. Adams.



Speaker.

Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Sergeant-at-arms.

Door-keeper.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.



Ohio County.
Kanawha County.
Greenbrier County.
Lincoln County.
Wetzel County.
Pendleton County.
Ohio County.
Barbour County.
Hampshire County.
Kanawha County.
Ohio County.
Tucker County.
Ohio County.
Ohio County.



THE SEVENTEENTH LEGISLATURE.
(Convened at Wheeling, January 14, 1885. Adjourned, February 27, 1885.)

Senators.



First District — Nathan B. Scott of

Ohio County, and J. B. Somer-

ville of Brooke County.
Second — Daniel M. Hostutler,* and

Jacob Cochran* of Wetzel County,

and Bushrod W. Price of Marshall

County.
Th ird — George Warren Hayes of

Calhoun County, and Presley W.

.Morris of Ritchie County.
Fourth — Anthony Smith of Tyler

County, and E. D. J. Bond of

Wood County..
Fifth — William Woodyard of Roane

County, and Charles L. Brown of

Jackson County.
Sixth — Goble G. Burgess of Wayne

County, and Rufus Switzer of Put-
nam County.
Seventh — John B. Floyd of Logan



County, and John W. McCreery
of Raleigh County.

Eighth — John G. Lobban of Monroe
County, and Marion Gwinn of
Summers County.

~Ninth — Benjamin W. Byrne of Ka-
nawha County, and J. W. Morri-
son, Jr., of Braxton County.

Tenth — M. W. Coburn of Barbour
County, and Stark W. Arnold of
Upshur County.

Eleventh — Wm. C. McGrew of Mo-
nongalia County, and Wm. M. O.
Dawson of Preston County.

Twelfth — Geo. E. Price of Mineral
County, and Samuel L. Flournoy
of Hampshire County.

Thirteenth — Jacob S. Melvin of
Jefferson County, and Algernon
R. Unger, of Morgan County.



George E. Price.
John D. Aliehsov.
John M. Hamilton.
F. J. Parke.
J. II. Da gherty.
Ernest J. Simpson.
S. A. Hays.
David O. Kelley.
Henry Emsheimer.
Frank Wheat.
Frank Thompson.
Marshall V. White.



President.

Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Engrossing Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Sergeant-at-arms.

Door-keeper.

Postal Messenger..

Page.

Page.

Page.



Mineral County.
Nicholas County.
Calhoun County.
Monroe County.
Pendleton County.
Berkeley County.
Gilmer County.
Greenbrier County.
Ohio County.
Ohio County.
Kanawha County.



•Jacob Cochran was elected to fi.l the vacancy caused by the death of Hon. D.
M. Hostutler, for whom memorial exercises were held in the Senate January 19, L885.



256



Archives and History.



[W. Va.



Delegates.



Barbour County — S. C. Rusmisell.
Berkeley — James H. Smith, and I.

B. Snodgrass.
Gilmer — Robert R. Marshall.
Greenbrier — Thomas H. Dennis ard

William H. McClung.
Hampshire — Henry B. Gilkeson.
Boone — Wm. Workman.
Braxton — Benjamin F. Fisher.
Cabell — John B. Laidley.
Calhoun — Charles H. Richardson.
Doddridge — E. G. Taylor.
Fayette — W. J. Davies.
Lewis — George I. Davisson.
Lincoln — Benjamin H. Oxley.
Logan — M. S. Ferrell.
Maroin — Alpheus F. Haymond, and

Eli L. Parker.
Marshall — Frank Arnold, and

George Edwards.
Mason — A. Green Beard, and J. Or-

ville Sayre.
Mercer — A. C. Davidson.
Mineral — John F. Gilmore.
Monongalia — John E. Price.
Monroe — George Alderson.
Morgan — Silas J.Hovermale.
Nicholas — H. C. Callison.
Ohio — John J. Jacob, Jr., William

Myles, Edward Robertson, Robert

White'



j Pendeton — Jacob H inkle.
Plaesants — John J. Poynter.
Preston — Thomas Fortney, W. H.

Glover.
Harrison — Ira G. Post, Jesse F.

Randolph.
Jackson — J. P. Campbell, S. H.

Hayman.
Jefferson— R. P. Chew, Daniel B.

Lucas.
Kanawha — J. B. Fleming, Henry C-

McWhorter, A. A. Rock.
Putnam — Charles McGill.
Raleigh — Aden Thompson.
Ritchie— W. G. Miller.
Summers — John G. Crockett.
Taylor — David Powell.
Tyler — William W. Givens.
Upshur — J. S. W. Dean.
Wayne — C. W. Ferguson.
Wetzel — Aaron Morgan.
Wirt — W. C. McConaughey.
Wood — Robert Alexander, James T~

McMechen, Samuel T. Stapleton.
First Bel. Dist. — E. J. Owings.
Second Del. Dist. — Wilbur F. Dyer.
Third Del. Dist. — L. B. Chambers.
Fourth Del. Dist. — Charles P. Dorr.
Fifth Del. Dist.— -Harmon Snyder.
Sixth Del. Dist. — Andrew Parks

and Jesse Roach.



Thomas H. Dennis.
.T. Bernard Peyton.
Virgil S. Armstrong.
Robert Herndon.
S. Bruce Hall.
Thomas D. Houston.
J. H. Deshon.
Thornton Henshaw.
A. W. Werninger.
John L. Thornhill.
Benoni S. Good.
Prank M. Engle.
Joseph S. Chambers.
James E. Cunningham.



Speaker.

Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee. Clerk.

Seargeant-at-arms.

Door-keeper.

Mail and Banking Fage.

Tage.

Tage.

Page.

Page.



Greenbrier County.
Greenbrier County.
Jackson County.
Cabell County.
Wetzel County.
Ohio County.
Greenbrier County.
Berkeley County.
Ohio County.
Kanawba County.



Ohio County.



THE EIGHTEENTH LEGISLATURE.

(Convened at Charleston, January, 12, 1887. Adjourned, February 25, 1887.)

Senators.
First District — J. B. Somerville of ! Second — Bushrod W. Price of Mar-



Brooke County, and Nathan B.
Scott of Ohio County.



shall County, and J. H. Furbee of
Marion County.



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The Legislature of West Virgixia.



257



Third — Presley W. Morris of Ritchie

County, and Edwin Maxwell of

Harrison County.
Fourth — E. D. J. Bond of Wood

County, and John D. Sweeney of

Tyler County.
Fifth — Chas. L. Brown of Jackson

County, and William Woodyard

of Roane County.
Sixth — Rufus Switzer of Putnam

County, and E. M. McCallister

of Cabell County.
Seventh — John W. McCreery of Ra-
leigh County, and Benjamin H.

Oxley of Lincoln County.
Eighth — Marion Gwinn of Sum-



mers County, and Mexico Van
Pelt of Fayette County.

Ninth — J. W. Morrison, Jr., of
Braxton County, and Robert S.
Can- of Kanawha County.

Tenth— Stark W. Arnold of Upshur
County, and A. C. Minear of Tuck-
er County.

Eleventh — Wm. M. O. Dawson of
Preston County, and Joseph Sny-
der of Monongalia County.

Twelfth — Samuel L. Flournoy of
Hampshire County, and George E.
Price of Mineral County.

Thirteenth — Algernon R. Unger of
Morgan County, and J. Howard
Gettinger of Berkeley County.



George E. Trice.
John D. Aldersox.
J. H. March m.
Thomas J. Grass.
George W. Warren.
Alfred Rheinstrom.
James H. Daugherty.
Herman G. Steotzer.
Thomas D. Houston.
George W. McClintic.
Frank Wheat.
James L. Burley.
John Lake.
Noble Beattie.



President.

Clerk.

Sergeant-at-arms.

Door-keeper.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Engrossing Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Postal Messenger..

Page.

Page.

Page.

Delegates.



Mineral County.
Nicholas County.
Wayne County.
Lincoln County.
Summers County.
Ohio County.
Pendleton County.
Ohio County.
Kanawha County.
Pocahontas County.
Ohio County.
Marshall County.
Mineral County.
Kanawha County.



Barbour County — David W. Shaw.
Berkeley — George M. Bowers, and

G. H. Ropp.
Boone — L. D. Hagar.
Braxton — Peyton Byrne.
Cabell — Andrew Rosebury.
Calhoun — John M. Hamilton.
Doddridge — E. G. Taylor.
Fayette — J. S. Kincaid.
Gilmer — Robert F. Kidd.
Greenbrier — John M. Sydenstricker,

and William H. McClung.
Hampshire — A. L. Pugh.
Harrison — Henry Haymond, and M.

G. Holmes.
Jackson — J. E. Brown, George B.

Crow.
Jefferson — Daniel B. Lucas, R. P.

Chew.
Kanawha — Henry C. McWhorter, W.

H. Toler, L. H. Oakes.



Lewis — George I. Davisson.
Lincoln-^B. S. Chambers.
Logan — Henry C. Ragland.
Marion — George ^\ T . Kinsey, Jesse

F. Sturm.
Marshall — Josiah Sinclair, J. T. Mc-

Combs.
Mason — J. S. Spencer, James L.

Hensley.
Mercer — W. M. Reynolds.

Mineral — William Middleton.
Monongalia — John Marshall Ha-

gans.
Monroe — John M. Rowan.
Morgan — Lewis Largent.
Nicholas — John E Peck.
Ohio — Joseph J. Woods, C. J. Glea-

son, A. D. Garden, N. E. Whitta-

ker.
Pendleton — .J J. Hiner.



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Archives and History.



[W. Va.



■Pleasants — Oliver Gorrell.
Preston — J. P. Jones, J. T. Hoke.
Putnam — Daniel H. Gates.
Raleigh— W. C. Riffe.
■Ritchie — J. M. McKinney.
Summers — John G. Crockett.
Taylor — A. H. Thayer.
Tyler— Silas Smith.
Upshur — Stillman Young.
Wayne — C. W. Ferguson.
Wetzel — Jacob Cochran.



Wirt— J. W. Depue.

Wood — William N. Chancellor, A.

A. Kellar, and R. L. Woodyard.
First Del. District — Isaac H. Duvall.
Second Del. Dist. — J. J. Chipley.
Third Del. Dist.—W. H. H. Cook.
Fourth D6l. Dist. — Henry A. Yea-

ger.
Fifth Del. Dist.— J. P. Harding.
Sixth— Del. Dist. — F. B. Cochran,

Frederick Gandee.



John M. Rowan.
J. Bernard Peyton.
Charles P. Dorr.
Michael. B. Devine.
Virgil S. Armstrong.
George P. Sergent.
George P. Sergent.
Joe. Plymale.
George E. Boyd, Jr.
David E. Peebles.
William E. R. Byrne.
L. H. Kelly.
Goss Peyton.
Squire Halstead.
Joseph Chambers.
ICenna MeClung.
Clement Carroll.
Leon Davis.



Speaker.

Clerk.

Sergeant-at-arms.

Door-keeper.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Engrossing Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Mail and Banking Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.



Monroe County.
Cabell County.
Webster County.
Tyler County.
Jackson County.
Hardy County.
Calhoun county.
Wayne County.
Ohio County.
Kanawha County.



Braxton County.
Greenbrier County.
Nicholas County.
Wyoming County.
Greenbrier County.
Pleasant County.
Wayne County.



THE NINETEENTH LEGISLATURE.



■(Convened at Charleston, January 9, 1889. Adjourned February 22, 1889.)

Senators.



First District — Nathan B. Scott of
Ohio County, and B. J. Smith of
Hancock County.

■Second — J. W. Yeater of Wetzel
County, and James H. Furbee of
Marion County.

Third — -Edwin Maxwell of Harrison
County, and Presley W. Morris
of Ritchie County.

Fourth — Milton R. Lowther of
Wood County, and John D. Swee-
ney of Tyler County.

Fifth — William Woodyard of Roane

County, and Alex. R. Campbell of

Jackson County.
Sixth— B. M. McCallister of Cabell

County, and B. J. Pritchard of

Wayne County.
Seventh — Benjamin H. Oxley of



Lincoln County, and John W. Me-
Creery of Raleigh County.

Eighth — Mexico Van Pelt of Fay-
ette County, and John W. Ar-
buckle of Greenbrier County.

Ninth — Robert. S. Carr of Kanawha
County, raid J. W. Morrison, Jr.,
of Braxton County.

Tenth — A. C. Mi near of Tucker
County, and Thomas E. Davis of
Taylor County.

Eleventh — Joseph Snyder of Monon-'
galia County, and William G.
Worley of Preston County.

Twelfth — Ceorge E. Price of Min-
eral County, and Samuel L. Flour-
noy of Hampshire County.

Thirteenth — J. Howard Gettinger of
Berkeley County, and Charles H.
Knott of Jefferson County.



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The Legislature of West Virginia.



259



Robert. S. Caer.*
George J. Walker.
Steele R. Hawkins.
James A. Madison.
Henry C. Showalter.
James J. Peterson.
E. L. Coburne.
J. II. Dougherty.
S. S. Kuypers.
W. R. Hudson.
Clarence Moore.
Henry Gilmer.
•George W. McClintic.
A. R. Stallings.
E. II. Curtis.
Thomas G Mann.
Jacob Kemple.
James H. Marcum.
Clarence Moore.
J. E. Watson.
A. A. Franznelm.
Charles Drvden.
Fred S. Scott.
Percy W. Laidley.
John B. White.
<J. W. Boss.
Thomas J. Grass.
Homer Morrison.
Clarence Burdette.
John Cracraft.
John Fry.



President.

Clerk.

Sergeant-at-arms.

Door-keeper.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Engrossing Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Ass't. Sergeant-at
Sergeant-at
Sergeant-at
Sergeant-at
Sergeant-at
Sergeant-at
Sergeant-at
Sergeant-at
Sergeant-at
Door-keeper
Messenger.



Ass't.

Ass't.

Ass't.

Ass't.

Ass't.

Ass't.

Ass't.

Ass't.

Ass't.

Postal

l'age.

Page.

Page.



Kanawha County.
Jackson County.
Kanawha County.
Wood County.
Ritchie County.
< 'abell County.
Upshur County.

Grant County.

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Braxton County.
Kanawha County.
Kanawha County.
Kanawha County.



Delegates.



Barbour County — David W. Shaw.

Berkeley — Joseph G. Kitchen, and
Geo. W. Buxton.

Boone — Jacob C. Bdelman.

Braxton- -George Goad.

Cabell — Henry J. Samuels.

Calhoun — Henry A. Altizer.

Doddridge — J. W. Stuck.

Fayette— Charles Hill.

Gilmer — William H. Jack.

Greenbrier — J. M. Sydenstricker,
Wm. H. McClung.

Hampshire — A. L. Pugh.

Harrison — A. C. Moore, and Gwinn
Minter.

Jackson — A. E. Archer, V. L. Casto.

Jefferson — B. D. Gibson, and R. P.
Che

Kanawha — A. E. Aultz, Daniel May-
er, and W. Parrish.

Lewis — William E. Lively.

Lincoln — A. B. Shelton.

IjOgan — W. E. Justice.

Marion — C. A. Pritchard, and D. M.
Harr.



Marshall — J. T. McCombs, Samuel
R. Hanan.

Mason — John V. Stearne, Thomas
Lansing Davies.

Mercer — R. G. Meador.

Mineral — J. P. Williams.

Monongalia — Edgar W. St. Clair.

Monroe — John P. Shanklin.

Morgan — G. F. Weber.

Nicholas — John E. Peck.

Ohio— A. D. Garden, L. F. Stifel,
Joseph J. Woods, and John Corco-
ran.

Pendeton — George A. Blakemore.

Pleasants — Robert J. Hammett.

Preston— Uriah N. Orr, M. S. Bryte.

Putnam— J. W. Kirk.

Raleigh — Azel Ford.

Ritchie — J. C. Gluck.

Summers — John W. Johnson.

Taylor — A. H. Thayer.

Tyler — Silas Smith.

Upshur — Stillman Young.

Wayne — Robert Napier.

Weizel — Aaron Morgan.



*At the session of 1889, the Senate balloted twelve days before it elected a Pres-
ident. Hon. Tiobert S. Carr, of Kanawha county, being then chosen on the 126tb
ballot.



260



Archives and History.



[W. V.v.



Wirt — Lindsay Merrill.

Wood — Wellington Vrooman, L. F.
Stone, and J. M. Meyer.

First Del. Dist. — Brooke and Han-
cock — Isaac H. Duvall.

Second Del. Dist. — Grant and Har-
dy — Joseph Sprigg.

Third Del. Dist. — Wyoming and



McDowell — William Bandy.
Fourth Del. Dist. — Pocahontas and
Webster — Charles P. Dorr.
Fifth Del. Dist. — Randolph and

Tucker — W. L. Kee.
Sixth Del. Dist. — Clay and Roane —

Benjamin J. Taylor and Jesse

Roach.



Joseph J. Woods.
John M. Hamilton.
W. Brown Gibbs.
A. W. Knotts.
J. II . Daugherty.
A. B. Stewart.
Joseph Chambers.
Goss Peyton.
Leon Davis.
William E. Lively, Jr.
John Doddridge.
Kenna McClung.
Burnett Parish.



Speaker.

Clerk.

Sergeant-at-arms.

Door-keeper.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.



Ohio County.
Calhoun County.
Roane County.
Marion County.
Pendleton County.
Barbour County.
Wyoming County.
Greenbrier County.
Wayne County.
Lewis County.
Kanawha County.
Greenbrier County.
Greenbrier County.



THE TWENTIETH LEGISLATURE.
(Convened at Charleston, January 14, 1891. Adjourned March 14, 1891.)

Senators.



Name.



District.



Nativity. Occupation. Post-Office.



John W. Arbuckle. 8th.

Alex. R. Campbell. 5th.

Solomon Cunningham. l'2th.



Thomas E. Davis.

D. A. Dorsey.
David W. Gall.
Alpheus Garrison.
Henry B. Gilkeson.*
Orlando Hardman.
Charles II. Knott.
Milton II. Lowther.
James II. Marcum.
Presley W. Morris.
William Morris. t
J. W. Morrison.
Newton Ogdin.t
Alexander Parks.

B. J. Prichard.
John A. Sheppard.
John W. St. Clair.
Frank W. Stewart. ft

Cornelius C. Watts.
Nelson E. Whitaker.
Rankin Wiley, Jr.
William G. Worley.
J. W. Yeater.
John W. McCreary.



2nd.
10th.
Ilth.
12th.

3rd.
13th.

4th.

6th.

3rd.

4th.

9th.

4th.
13th.

6th.
7th.
8th.
1st.

9th.
1st.
5th.
11th.
2nd.
7th.



Virginia.

Iowa.

Virginia.



10th. Virginia.



Virginia.

Virginia.

Pennsylvania

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia. .

Virginia.

Virginia.

Marylai d.

Kentucky.
Virginia.

Virginia.
Virginia.

Virginia.

Maryland.

Kentucky.

Pennsylvania

Virginia.

Virginia.



Lawyer.

Gen. Ins. Agt.

Farmer and

Stock Dealer.

Merchant and

Banker.

Lumberman.

Editor & Law.

Farmer & Mer.

Lawyer.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Merchant.

Farmer.

Editor & Law.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Flour Man'f&

Grain Merch.

Lawyer.

Lawyer.

Lawyer.

Real Estate

Agent.

Lawyer.

Manufacturer.

Lawyer.

Lawver.

Physician.

Lawyer.



Lewisburg.
Wheeling.



Countv.

Greenbrier.
Ohio.



Upper Tract. Pendleton.



Grafton.
Mouadsviile.
Philippi.
Pedler's Run.
Romney.
Grant sville.
Molers.
Elizabeth.
! Juntinaton
Ritchie C. H.
Middle! ourne
Braxton C. H.
St. Marys.

Martinsburg.
Wayne C. H.
Logan C. H.
Fayetteville.

N. Cumberland.
Charleston
Wheeling.
Pt. Pleasant.
Kingwood.
New Dale.
Raleigh C. II.



Taylor.

Marshall.

Barbour.

J.Ionongalia.

Hampshire.

Calhoun.

Jefferson.

Wirt.

Cabell

Ritchie.

Tyler.

Braxton

Pleasants.

Berkeley.
Wayne.
Logan .

Fayette

Hancock.

Kanawha.

Ohio.

Mason.

Preston.

Wetzel.

Raleigh.



*IIenrv B Gilkeson of Hampshire county, was elected at the general election
in 1890 'as the successor of Samuel L. Flournoy, who had resigned.

tWilliam Morris, of Tayler county, in the Fourth District, contested the seat of
Newton Ogdin, of Pleasants county, and was seated February 18, 1891.

itFrank W Stewart, of Hancock county, in the First District, took his seat in
the Kte he having been elected at a special election held January 3, 1891, for
the unexpired term of B. J. Smith, who had died in vacation.



1908]



The Legislature of West Virginia.



261



Name.

John W. McCrbaky,
President

Holly G. Armstrong,

Clerk.
Will A. Strickler,
B. B. Harding,
.1. W. Wellman,

Assistant Clerks.
R. S. Blair. Jr.
Hilton McDonald.
Henry A. Smith.
Lee Chambers.
.T. C. McPherson.
Charles O'Grady.

Committee Clerks.
M. E. Tracy,

Sergea n t-a t-arms.
Willis Dent,

Door-keeper.
L. L. Kennett,
Camden Gall.
Guy Warren,
William D. Hopper,
Henry H. Wood,
Walker A. Carder,

1'ages.



Nativity. Occupation. Post-Office. County.

Virginia. Lawyer. Raleigh C. H. Raleigh.



Virginia.



Merchant
Clerk.



Jackson C. H. Jackson.



Virginia.

Virginia.

West Virginia.

West Virginia.

West Virginia.

Kentucky.

Ohio.

West Virginia.



Clerk.

Miner

Student.
Student.
Student.
Student.
Student.
Student.



Delegates.



Name.

Louis Bennett. Virginia.

Wm. M. Arnold. Virginia.

John P. Austin. Ohio.

J. M. Boggs. Virginia.

Thomas C. Brown. Virginia.

M. S. Bryte. Virginia.

C. L. Campbell. Virginia.

Joseph E. Carle. Ohio.

J. il. Carney. Virginia.

James P. Clark. Virginia.

C. P. Cook. Virginia.

John Corcoran. Virginia.

W. G. H. Core. Virginia.

A. S. Dandridge. Virginia.

E. B. Dyer. Virginia.

R. D. Erwin. Virginia.

James H. Ferguson. Virginia.

John B. Finley. Virginia.

Romeo. II .Freer. Ohio.

A. D. Garden. Ohio.

B. I/. Gibson. Virginia.
George Goad. Virginia.
Samuel H. Gramm. Penn.

II. J. Greer. Virginia.

Samuel R. Hanen. Ohio.

Henry A. Hartley. Virginia.

Walter A. Holle. Virginia.

Geo. A. Hott. Virginia.

S. J. Hovermale. Virginia.

Albert S. Johnston. Virginia.

Lester Keller. Ohio.

J. E. Kendall. Virginia.

William C. Kiser. Virginia.

John F. Laird. Maryl'd.

J. H. Lambert. Kent'k'y.

Robert Lamon. Virginia.

Van Linville. W. Va.
Salmon W. Lockhart. Virginia.

Charles W. Lynch. Virginia.

Warren Miller. Ohio.

M. W. Miller. Virginia.

I. B. Moore. Virginia.

Henry B. Morgan. Virginia.

Aaron Morgan. Virginia.

P. A. Pugh. Virginia.



Nativity. Occupation.



Lawyer.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Farmer and Teacher.

Physician.

Architect.

Farmer.

Physician.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Glass Worker.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Lawyer.

Farmer.

Lawyer.

Civil Engineer.

Lawyer.

Gardener.

Lawyer.

Mer. and Lum. Dealer.

Man'f. and Lum. Dealer.

Farmer.

and Farmer.

and Grazier.



and
and



Teacher

Farmer

Farmer.

Teacher

Teacher

Journalist.

Physician.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Lawyer.

Farmer and

Farmer.

Farmer.
Lawyer.
Lawyer.
Farmer.
Farmer.
Farmer.
Farmer.
Farmer.



Farmer.
Farmer.



Merchant.



Virginia.

Kentucky.

Virginia. Lawyer.

West Virginia. Lawyer.
West Virginia. Teacher.
Virginia. Merchant.

Virginia. Farmer.

Virginia. Lawyer.

Ireland. Bookkeeper.



Ritchie C. H.
.Huntington.
Wayne C. II.

Ritchie C. H.

Mann.

Spence'\

Matville.

Lewisburg.

Charleston.

Wheeling.

Coal Valley.

Huntington.

Philippi.

Charleston

Charleston

Charleston.

Charleston.



Post-office.



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