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W-eston.

Leading Creek.

Redmud.

Big Otter.

Nicholas C. H.

Bruceton Mills.

Moorefleld.

Volcano Junction.

Jackson C. H.

Col. Sul. Springs.

Oceana.

Wheeling.

St. Mary's.

Shepherdstown.

Charleston.

Orange Cave.

Charleston

Davis.

Harrisville.

Wheeling.

Charles Town.

Strange Creek.

Grafton.

Flat Rock.

CI en East on.

Masontown.

St. Clara.

Cold Springs.

Berkeley Springs.

Fnion.

Beurv.

Gazil.

Franklin.

Parkersburg.

White's Creek.

Martinsburg.

Van.

Reedy Ripple.

Clarksburg.

Jackson C. II.

Loudensville.

Frost.

Rivesville.

Porter's Falls.

Fair view.



Ritchie.

Cabell.

Wayne.

Ritchie ;

Logan.

Roane.

Raleigh.

Greenbrier.

Kanawha.

Ohio.

Fayette.

Cabell.

Barbour.

Kanawha.

Kanawha.

Kanawha.

Kanawha.



County.
Lewis.
Gilmer.
Mason.
Clay.
Nicholas.
Preston.
Hardy.
Wood.
Jackson.
Greenbrier.
Wyoming.
Ohio.
Pleasants.
Jefferson.
Kanawha.
Greenbrier.
Kanawha.
Tucker.
Ritchie.
Ohio.
Jefferson.
Braxton.
Taylor.
Mason.
Marshall.
Freston.
Doddridge.
Hampshire.
Morgan.
Monroe.
Fayette.
Kanawha.
Pendleton.
Wood.
Wayne.
Berkeley.
Boone.
Wirt.
Harrison.
Jackson.
Marshall.
Pocahontas.
Marion.
Wetzel.
Hancock.



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Archives and History.



[W. Va.



Name.

C. A. Prichard.
Isaac C. Price.
George F. Randall.
Henry J. Samuels.
J. A. Sarver.
David W. Shaw.
H. M. Shumate.
Evi Sias.
Robert Simpson.
Anthony Smith.
Edgar W. St. Clair.
L. F. Stone.
Albert II. Stump.
Wm. W. Thomas.
Wm. R. Thompson.
C. A. Wever.
Wm. M. Welch.
II. S. White.
Robert White.
Stillman Young.



Nativity. Occupation.



Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Penn.

Virginia.

Ohio.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

W. Va.

Maryl'd.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.

Virginia.



Louis Bennett,
Speaker.

J. Bernard Peyton, Virginia.
Clerk.

Wm. E. R. Byrne. Virginia.
J. M. Scrogin, . Virginia.
B. P. Conrad. Virginia.

Edwin L. Wood.
Geo. S. Chilton. Virginia.

Assistant Clerks.
M. C. McKay. Ohio.

Thos. S. Raymond. W. Va.
Thos. M. Neale, W. Va.
J. B. Moore, Virginia.

J. M. Ferguson, Virginia.

M. D. Haines, W. Va.

Committee Clerks.
W. Brown Gibbs. Virginia.

Sergeant-at-A rms.
Thos. L. Feamster. Virginia.

Doorkeeper.

A. M. Campbell. Virginia.

Cloak Boom Keeper.

John M. Doddridge. W. Va.
Mail and Banking Page

E. B. Stephenson. W. Va.

Leon M. Davis. W. Va.

Journal and Bill Pages.

3. W. Fry. W. Va.

Wilbur Stump. W. Va.

Richard Welch. W. Va.

Rollo Mahon. W. Va
Floor Pages.



Farmer and Lum. Dealer

Farmer.

Farmer.

Lawyer.

Farmer.

Teacher and Farmer.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Merchant.

Lawyer and Farmer.

Farmer and Stock Dlr.

Merchant.

Hotel.

Timber Dealer.

Attorney at Law.

Farmer.

Lawyer.

Hotel.

Lawyer.

Farmer.

Lawyer.

Clerk.

Lawyer.

Book-keeper.

Clerk.

Clerk.

Clerk.

Butcher.

Student.

Student.

Farmer.

Editor.

Book-keeper.

Clerk and Farmer.

Farmer.

Farmer.

Student.

Student.
Student.

Student.
Student.
Student.
Student.



Post-Office.

Mannington.

Raleigh C. H.

Pine Bluff.

Barboursville.

Roxalana.

Philippi.

Concord Church.

Jefferson.

Wheeling.

Wick.

Stewartstown.

Belleville.

Grantsville.

Winfleld.

Hinton.

Martinsburg.

Keyser.

Logan C. H.

Wheeling.

Stillman.



Weston.

Huntington.

Braxton C. H.

Parkersburg.

Addison.

Charleston.

Charleston.

Ravenswood.

Fairmont.

Keyser.

Andy.

Hinton.

St. Mary's.

Reedyville.

Lewisburg.

Kessler's Cross

.Lanes.
Charleston.

Clay C. H.
Ceredo.

Charleston.
Glen Elk.
Keyser.
Jackson C. H.



County.

Marion.
Raleigh.
Harrison.
Cabell.
Roane.
Barbour.
Mercer.
Lincoln.
Ohio.
Tyler.

Monongalia.
Wood.
Calhoun.
Putnam.
Summers.
Berkeley.
Mineral.
Logan.
Ohio.
Upshur.

Lewis.
Cabell.

Braxton.

Wood.
Webster.
Kanawha.
Kanawha.

Jackson.

Marion.

Mineral.

Wetzel.

Summers.

Pleasants.

Roane.

Greenbrier.

Nicholas.
Kanawha.

Clay.
Wayne.

Kanawha.
Kanawha.
Mineral.
Jackson.



THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE.



(Convened at Charleston, January 11, 1893. Adjourned February 24, 1893.)

Senators.



First District — Nelson E. Wbitaker

of Ohio County, and William H.

Tarr of Brooke County.
Second — D. A. Dorsey of Marshall

County, and James H. Furbee of

Marion County.



Third — Orlando Hardman of Cal-
houn County, and George W. Farr
of Doddridge County.

Fourth — William Morris of Tyler
County, and High C. Henderson
of Wood County.



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2gi:



Fifth— Rankin Wiley, Jr., of Ma-
son County, and Sylvester Hard-
man of Roane County.

Sixth — James H. Marcum of Cabell
County, and James H. Stewart of
Putnam County.

Seventh — John A. Sheppard of Lo-
gan County, and Wm. M. Mahood
of Mercer County.

Eighth— John W. St. Clair of Fay-
ette County, and William Haynes
of Summers County.

Ninth — Cornelius C. Watts of Ka-
nawha County, and John E. Peck
of Nicholas County.



Ten tli— David W. Gall of Barbour
County, and Charles H. Scott of
Randolph County.

Eleventh — Alpheus Garrison of Mo-
nongalia County, and William G.
Worley of Preston County.

Twelfth — Solomon Cunningham of
Pendleton County, and John B.
Finley of Tucker County.

Thirteenth — Alexander Parks of
Berkeley County, and Robert
Earl of Jefferson County.



Rankin Wili.ey, Jr.
William E. R. Byrne.

.7. W. BUMGAKDNER.

W. S. Burton. .
Will A. Strickler.
llenrv A. Smith.
A. G. Neal.
Bilton McDonald.
W. H. King.
C. L. Morris.
O. J. Wilkinson.
Thomas S. Haymond.
E. .7. Sommervilie.
L. L. Kennett.
T. P. Combs.
M. Burgess.
Everett Hard man.
Henry Woods.
I^eon Morrison.
Guy Warren.



President.

Clerk.

Sergeant-at-arms.

Door-keeper,

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Assistant Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Engrossing Clerk.

Postal Messenger..

Page.

Tage.

Page.

I^age.

Page.

Page.

Delegates.



Mason County.
Braxton County.
Wirt County.
Putnam County.
Ritchie County.
Roane County.
Cabell County.
Logan County.
Upshur County.
Tyler County.
Cabell County.
Mason County.
Mason County.
Cabell County.
Mineral County.
Wayne County.
Calhoun County.
Kanawha County.
Jackson County.
Mineral County.



Barbour — David W. Shaw.

Berkeley— E. S. Tabler.

Boone — James A. Allen.

Brooke-Hancock Delegate District

— Samuel W. Atkinson.

Cabell — Alvin Davis and E. M. Mc-
Allister.

Calhoun — Aristotle Smith.

Doddridge — Walter Holle.

Fayette— -T. P. Davis and J. R.
Koontz.

Gilmer — French N. Hayes.

Greenbrier — Wm. McClung and
James F. Clark.

Hampshire — George A. Hott.

Harrison — Edwin Maxwell and Hen-
ry Wickenhofer.

Jackson — George W. Staats and R.
L. Thompson.



Jefferson — A. S. Dand ridge, Jr.

Kanawha — William Seymour Ed-
wards, John B. Floyd, W. W. Ri-
ley and H. J. Wills.

Kanawha — W. S. Edwards, John B.
Floyd, W. W. Riley and H. J.
Wills.

Lincoln— H. B. Griffith.

Logan — L. D. Chambers.

Marion — John H. Brock and Clar-
ence L. Smith.

Marshall — E. P. Bowman and Geo.
B. Games.

Mason — John P. Austin and H. J.
Greer.

Mercer — H. M. Shumate.

Mineral — H. Clay Shaw.

Monongalia — James M. Anderson.

Monroe — Albert S. Johnston.



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[W. Va.



Nicholas — F. L. McGee.

Ohio — C. W. Brockunier, I. W. Im-

hoff, J. B. Wilson, S. G. Smith*

and M. J. O'Kane.*
Pendleton — Peter Harper.
Pleasants — Robert G. Hammett.
Pocahontas — J. P. Moomau.
Preston — H. A. Hartley and C.

Hartmeyer.
Putnam — William W. Thomas.
Raleigh- — 'Isaac Prince.
Ritchie — J. M. McKinney.
Roane— -N. B. Hoff.
Bummers — Ballard P. Shumate.
Taylor — Samuel H. Gramm.
Tyler — Stephen G. Pyle
Upshur — A. B. Clark.
Wayne— P. H. Wilson and W. T.

Workman.
Wetzel — Charles J. Lavelle.



Wirt— H. C. Trout.

]\ 7 ood — James Hunter, J. C. Kimes

and Samuel T. Stapleton.
Braxton-Clay Delegate District —

George Goad and Richard Shel-

ton.
Lewis-Webster Delegate District —
— B. P. Conrad and Wm. E. Lively.
Randolph-Tucker Delegate District

George H. Daniels and Lloyd

Hansford.
Hardy-Grant Delegate District —

M. W. Gamble.
.J e^fer son-Berkeley -Morgan Delegate

District — John B. Brosius and

Stuart W. Walker.
McDoivell-Wyoming Delegate Dis-
trict—Albert W. Cook.
Tyler-Wetzel Delegate District — M.

W. Burgess.



David W. Shaw.
.T. Bernakd Peyton.
O. F. Lynch.
K M. Tickers.
Silas G. Crouch.
Beauregard McCaw.
J. A. Hopkins.
J. R. Stanley.
Alfred E. Kenney.
P.. B. McCormick.
Thomas M. Wilson.
C. L. Campbell.
George Kenna Welch.
K. B. Smoot.
Benjamin Wheeler.
.1. It. McMahon.
i iiarles H. Knapp.
James C. Hoge.
Willie Trimble.
Keuna McClung.
Henry Lively.
Fay Simon.
John W. Fry.
J. A. Summerfield



Speaker.

Clerk.

Sergeant-at-arms.

Poor-keeper.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Committee Clerk.

Mail and Banking Page.

Library Page.

Journal Page.

Journal Page.

Cloak Room Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.



Barbour County.
Kanawha County.
Lewis County.
Booue County.
Kanawha County.
Cabell County.
Jefferson County.
Pleasants County.
Calhoun County.
Wayne County.
Monongalia County.
Hardy County.
Kanawha County.
Creenhrier County.
Clay County.
Ohio County.
Barbour County.
Putnam County.
Nicholas County.
Greenbrier County.
Lewis County.
Barbour County.
Kanawha County.
Kanawha County.



THE TWENTY-SECOND LEGISLATURE.



(Convened at Charleston, January 9, 1895. Adjourned February 22, 1895.)

Senators.
First District — William H. Tarr of



Brooke County, and Nelson E.
Whitaker of Ohio County.
Second — James H. Furbee of Ma-
rion County, and John A. Hoge
of Wetzel County.



Third— George W. Farr of Dod-
dridge County and Stuart F. Reed
of Harrison County.

Fourth — High C. Henderson of
Wood County, and H'enry C. Lock-
ney of Calhoun County.



*M. J. Q'Kane, of Ohio county,
and qualified January 1G, 1893.



successfully contested the seat of S. G. Smith.



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265



Fifth — Sylvester Hardman of
Roane County, and James M.
Hensley of Mason County.

Sixth — James H. Stewart of Put-
nam County, and James A.
Hughes of Cabell County.

Seventh — Wm. M. Mahood of Mer-
cer County, and William H. H.
Cook of Wyoming.

Eighth — William Haynes of Sum-
mers County, and Thomas P. Da-
vies of Fayette County.

Ninth — John H. Peck of Nicholas



County, and George H. Patton of
Kanawha County.

Tenth — C. H. Scott of Randolph
County, and U. G. Young of Up-
shur County.

Eleventh — William G. Worley of
Preston County, and Samuel H.
Gramm of Taylor County.

Twelfth — John B. Finley of Tucker
County, and P. S. Hyde of Min-
eral County.

Thirteenth— Robert Earle of Jef-
ferson County, and Brice W. Cat-
lett of Morgan County.



William G. Worley.
John T. Harris.
Emmet W. Showalter.
Clarke W. May.
C. W. Hall.
L. W. Wade.

W. ('. WORDEX.

Archibald A. Taylor.
Henry G. Shaffer.
Homer B. Woods.

WlNFIELD S. STARCHER.

Wirt R. Neal.

CYRUS WlLLEY.
HlRAM CAMTBELL.

-Uihn R. Herrman.
Clayton E. Coleman.
Lawrence McClure.
Charles E. Hughes.
Wade Coffman.
Kenna Gentry.



President.


Preston County.


Clerk.


Wood County.


Assistant Clerk.


Marion County.


Assistant Clerk.


Lincoln County.


Assistant Clerk.


Kanawha County.


Assistant Clerk.


Braxton County.


Engrossing Clerk.


Cahell County.


Committee Clerk.


Ohio County.


Committee Clerk.


Preston County.


Committee Clerk.


Ritchie County.


Committee Clerk.


Calhoun County.


Committee Clerk.


Wood County.


Sergeant-at-arms.


Summers County.


Door-keeper.


Calhoun County.


Mail and Banking Page.


Kanawha County


Page.


Marion County.


Page.


Wayne County.


Page.


Webster County.


Page.


Harrison County.


Page.


Kanawha County



Delegates.



Barbour — William B. Corder.
Berkeley — George F. Evans, and

Charles L. Stuckey.
Boone— George Hill.
Cahell — Jacob S. Davis and Thom-
as Hawkins.
Calhoun — G. W. Maze.
Doddridge — J. R. Kemper.
Fayette — John McNabb and George

F. Bumgardner.
Gilmer — S. F. Whiting.
Greenbrier — T. H*. Jarrett and R.

D. Erwin.
Hampshire — Evan P. Pugh.
Harrison — J. W. Hess and Harvey

W. Harmer.
Jackson — O. B. Kiser and Robert F.

Fleming.
Jefferson — Angus W. McDonald and

A. S. Dandridge.



Kanawha — W. H. H. Toler, Lewis A.
Martin, Peter F. Jones and Wm.
S. Edwards.

Lincoln — J. D. Porter.

Logan — S. B. Lawson.

Marion — J. F. Sturm and J. H.
Brownfield.

Marshall— U B. Purdy and T. C.
Pipes.

Mason — Byrd Hill and H. J. Greer.

Mercer — James A. White.

Mineral — Frances M. Reynolds.

Monongalia — James M. Anderson.

Monroe — Marcellus J. Kester.

Nicholas — J. D. Groves.

Ohio — Joseph C. Brady, Alex. R.
Campbell, S. G. Smith and Abra-
ham Stamm.

Pendleton — William H. Boggs.

Pleasants — Charles McKnight.



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[W. Va.



Pocahontas — J. P. Moormau.
Preston — William H. Glover and

James W. White.
Putnam — J. H. Collins.
Raleigh — Isaac C. Prince,* and Azel

Ford.*
Ritchie — P. W. Morris.
Roane — Cyrus A. Crislip.
Summers — M. J. Cook.
Taylor — F. B. Blue.
Tyler — Stephen G. Pyle.
Upshur — A. B. Clark.
Wayne — H. B. Adkins and J. G.

Smith.
Wetzel — Wm. Ankrom and John M.

McKimmie.
Wirt — A. Pearson.
Wood— Richard M. Corbitt, John C.

Kimes and Samuel T. Stapleton.



William Setmour Edwards.

William M. O. Dawson.

E. E. Hood.

TJ. S. Davis.

Marshall S. Cornwell.

D. E. Mathews.

B. P. Curry.
Edward Corder.

T. W. B. D ckwall.
J. W. Graham.
W. T. Alexander.
W. B. Hawkins.
David Thompson.
John P. Adstin.
A. H. Mahone.
Alfred Philipps.
Thomas Caldwell.
Stillman Young.
M. B. Morris.
William Edmonds.

C. N. Smith.
G. L. Cuzzons.
George T. Goshorn.
Moore Fleming.
Howard Jarrett.

J. O. Summers.
Walter Blue.
Ralph Meyer.
W. W. Graham.
Withers Adams.
Romeo Crislip.



Brooke-Hancock, Delegate District
—Frank H. Smith.

Tyler - Wetzel Delegate District —
William Ankrom.

Braxton-Clay Delegate District —
Joseph A. Pierson and J. W. Kidd.

Lewis-Webster Delegate District —
Andrew Edmiston and J. M. Hoo-
ver.

Tuclcer -Randolph Delegate District
— J. F. Harding and Lloyd Hans-
ford.

Hardy-Grant Delegate District —
John D. Rinehart.

Morgan-Berkeley-Jefferson Delegate
District — A. W. McDonald and
Charles L. Stuckey.

Wyoming-McDowell Delegate Dis~
trict — A. W. Cook.



Speaker.


Kanawha County.


Clerk.


Preston County.


Assistant Clerk.


Kanawha County


Assistant Clerk.


Preston County.


Assistant Clerk.


Randolph County


Assistant Clerk.


Cabell County.


Assistant Clerk.


Lincoln County.


Assistant Clerk.


Roane County.


Assistant Clerk.


Morgan County.


Assistant Clerk.


Wirt County.


Committee Clerk.


Putnam County.


Committee Clerk.


Cabell County.


Committee Clerk.


Tucker County.


Committee Clerk.


Mason County.


Committee Clerk.


Kanawha County


Committee Clerk.


Fayette County.


Committee Clerk.


Wood County.


Committee Clerk.


Upshur County.


Sergeant-at-arms.


Gilmer County.


Door-keeper.


Wood County.


Cloak Room Keeper.


Kanawha County


Asst. Cloak Room Keeper.


Kanawha County


Librarian.


Grant County.


Banking and Postal Page

Journal Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.

Page.





















THE TWENTY-THIRD LEGISLATURE.
(Convened at Charleston, January 13, 1897. Adjourned February 26, 1897.)

Senators.



First District — Nelson E. Whitaker
of Ohio County, and Oliver S.
Marshall of Hancock County.



Second — John A. Hoge of Wetzel
County, and S. W. Mathews of
Marshall County.



♦The seat of Isaac C. Prince, of Raleigh county, was successfully contested by -Azel
Ford, who qualified January 14. 1805.



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267



Third — Stuart F. Reed of Harrison
County, and George W. Farr of
Doddridge County.

Fourth — Henry C. Lockney of Cal-
houn County, and Commodore D.
Dotson of Wood County.

Fifth — James M. Hensley of Mason
County, and A. G. Hughes of
Jackson County.

Sixth — James A. Hughes of Cabell
County, and Alonzo Garrett of
Wayne County.

Seventh— W. H. H. Cook of Wyo-
ming County, and Carlos V. White
of Logan County.

Eighth — Thomas P. Davies of Fay-
ette County, and N. C. McNeil of
Pocahontas County.



Ninth — George W. Patton of Kana-
wha County, and E. G. Pierson of
Clay County.

Tenth — U. G. Young of Upshur
County, and George C. Cole of
Lewis County.

Eleventh — Samuel H. Gramm of
Taylor County, and Richard E.
Fast of Monongalia County.

Tivelfth—P. S. Hyde of Mineral
County, and Bernard G. Baker of
Grant County.

Thirteenth — Brice W. Catlett of
Morgan County, and Harry C.
Getzendanner* of Jefferson Coun-
ty.



Nelson E. Whitaker.


President.


Ohio County.


John T. Harris.


Clerk.


Wood County.


J. N. Devore.


Sergeant-at-arms.


Jackson County.


C. C. Hamrick.


Door-keeper.


Webster County.


Emmett M. Showalter.


Assistant Clerk.


Marion County.


Alexander R. Campbell.


Assistant Clerk.


Ohio County.


Frank M. Thomas.


Assistant Clerk.


Preston County.


A. W. Bell.


Assistant Clerk.


Clay County.


Louis E. Schrader.


Stenographer.
Committee Clerk.




Edgar Stewart.


Monongalia County


Arthur Phillips.


Committee Clerk.


Fayette County.


S. B. Browning.


Committee Clerk.


Logan County.


W. C. Worden.


Committee Clerk.


Cabell County.


W. H. Young.


Committee Clerk.


Upshur County.


Martin L. Jones.


Committee Clerk.


Wyoming County.


E. P. Babb.


Committee Clerk.


Mineral County.


J. W. Stuck.


Journal Clerk.


Doddridge County.


E. Finley Kitson.


Journal Clerk.


Tyler County.


Roscoe S. Lockney.


Page.


Calhoun County.


Chandler Campbell.


Mail and Banking Page.


Ohio County.


Charles B. Coleman.


Page.


Kanawha County.


Lawrence McClure.


Page.


Wayne County.


A. H. Hughes.


Page.


Jackson County.


Joseph Lerov.


Page.


Cabell County.


Guy S. Deeds.


Page.


Kanawha County.


Arthur Wotring.


Page.


Preston County.


J. P. Wilson.


Librarian.


Taylor County.


Isaac Miller.


Cloak Room Keeper.


Cabell County.


Frank R. Perkins.


Asst. Cloak Room Keeper.
Delegates.


Greenbrier County



Barbour — James W. Gawthrop.

Berkeley — James B. Small.

Boone — F. Marion Vickers.

Cabell — Edward A. Bennett and
W. Childers.

Calhoun — Alfred E. Kenney.

Doddridge — E. G. Taylor.

Fayette-— John L. Ryan and Christo-
pher H. Payne.



Gilmer — William M. Arnold.
Greenbrier — Benjamin F. Harlow

and William H. McClung.
Hampshire — B. W. Power.
Harrison — A. W. Davis and J. W.

Hess.
Jackson — John S. Darst and O,

Kiser.
Jefferson — J. Garland Hurst.



B.



*Harry C. Ootzendanner. of Jefferson county, took his seat January 21, 1897,
having successfully contested tha-t of G. W. Shafer.



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Archives and History.



[W. Va.



Kanawha — W. H. H. Toler, John H.

Hunt, Robert E. Hughes and Pe-
ter F. Jones.
Lincoln — Grant Cremeans.
Logan — P. D. Ferrell.
Marion — John A .Bock and W. H.

Bunner.
Marshall — John W. Leach and S.

R. Hanen.
Mason — Byrd Hill and William W.

Jackson.
Mercer — J. C. Pack.
Mineral — Charles P. Hahn.
Monongalia — Geo. W. Laishley.
Monroe — M. J. Kester.
Nicholas — John D. Groves.
Ohio — T. M. Garvin, H. F. Behrens,

W. H. C. Curtis and W. H. Blon.
Pendleton — John McCoy.
Pleasants — George Kelsall.
Pocahontas — M. J. McNeil.
Preston — W. H. Glover and James

W. White.
Put nam — J. H. Collins.
Raleigh— C. P. Stover.
Ritchie— C. L. Zinn.
Roane — A. R. Parsons.
Summers — J. T. Hume.



Taylor — Humphrey F. Brohard.

Tyler — A. L. Hughes.

Upshur — Henry Colerider.

Wayne — W. L. Mansfield and H. B.
Adkins.

Wetzel — L. M. Stephens.

Wirt— T. J. Owens.

Wood — S. T. Stapleton, Charles
Hunter ard A. T. Moriston,

Brooke-Hancock Delegate District

— Henry C. Hervey.

Tyler - Wetzel Delegate District —
George H. Umstead.

Braxton - Clay Delegate District —
E. W. Cutlip and J. E. Sirk.

Lewis-Webster Delegate District —
George W. Crook and C M. Dod-
rill.

Randolph-Tucker Delegate District
— T. P. R. Brown and Lloyd Hans-
ford.

Hardy-Grant Delegate District — C.
L. Hall.

J offer son-Berkeley-Morgan Delegate
District — John Henshaw and Ro-
manus Hunter.

McDowell -Wyoming Delegate Dis-
trict— H. M. Cline.



Samuel R. Hanen.


Speaker.


E. E. Hood.


Clerk.


Cyrus A. Crislip.


Sergeant-at-arms.


.TosErn M. Allen.


Door-keeper.


Hon. John B. Floyd.


Assistant Clerk.


Edward Corder.


Assistant Clerk.


Edwin M. Keatley.


Assistant Clerk.


Joseph Sparks.


Assistant Clerk.


T. W. B. Duckwall.


Assistant Clerk.


C. Summers.


Assistant Clerk.


W. E. Crooks.


Assistant Clerk.


Hon. W. M. 0. Dawson.


Assistant Clerk.


Boy Collins.


Committee Clerk.


William B. Mathews.


Committee Clerk.


F. C. Cook.


Committee Clerk.


W. H. Brand.


Committee Clerk.


E. H. Curtis.


Committee Clerk.


W. T. Grose.


Committee Clerk.


John P. Austin.


Committee Clerk.


Beed Crane.


Committee Clerk.


A. B. Stallings.


Committee Clerk.


S. O. Pauley.


Committee Clerk.


Samuel Grimes.


Committee Clerk.


Samuel Jacob.


Committee Clerk.


C. W. Moore.


Mail and Banking Page.


Kenna L. Hunt.


Page.


Edward Young.


Page.


Ilollister Bummel.


Page.


Charles Neale.


Page.


Barbee McGill.


Page.


Willie Leach.


Page.


Freeman Linville.


Page.


John McEldowney


Page.



Marshall County.
Kanawha County.
Boane County.
Taylor County.
Kanawha County.
Roane County.
Mercer County.
Cabell County.
Morgan County.
Kanawha County.
Mineral County.
Preston County.
Putnam County.
Marshall County.
McDowell County.
Marion County.
Brooke County.
Nicholas County.
Mason County.
Preston County.
Grant County.
Lincoln County.
Webster County.
Brooke County.
Harrison County.
Kanawha County.
Kanawha County.
Kanawha County.
Kanawha County.
Putnam County.
Marshall County.
Lincoln County.
Wetzel County.



1908]



The Legislature of West Virginia.



2G9



Julius Kauffman.
Phil H. Waters.
Ira F. Jones.
S. M. Davis.
Fred Huskins.



Page.

Librarian.

Assistan Door-keeper.

Cloak Room Keeper.

Cloak Room Keeper.



Kanawha County.
Kanawha County.
Ohio County.
Fayette County.
Kanawha County.



THE TWENTY-FOURTH LEGISLATURE.
(Convened at Charleston, January 11, 1899. Adjourned February 25, 1899.)



Senators.

District. Name.

First Nelson E. Whitaker.

Oliver S. Marshall.
Second Jesse F. Sturm.

S. V. Mathews.
Third Anthony Smith.

George W. Farr.
Fourth Robert F. Kidd.

Commodore D. Dotson.
Fifth Harry C. Woodyard.

A. G. Hughes.
Sixth James H. Mareum.

Alonzo Garrett.
Seventh Jas. F. Beavers.

Carlos V. White.
Eighth Charles W. Osenton.

N. C. McNeil.
Ninth Walter L. Ashby.

E. G. Pierson.*
Tenth Stark L. Baker.

George C. Cole.
Eleventh Thomas F. Lanham.

Richard E. Fast.
Twelfth John J. Cornwell.

Bernard J. Baker.

Thirteenth Robert C. Burkhart

. Harry C. Getzendanner.*

Oliver S. Marshall. President.

John T. Harris. Clerk.

Louis E. Schrader. Assistant Clerk.

W. B. Parkhurst. Assistant Clerk.

F. M. Thomas. Assistant Clerk.

A. W. Bell. Assistant Clerk.

J. W. Stuck. Assistant Clerk.

A. W. Brown. Assistant Clerk.

E. F. Chapman. Assistant Clerk.

E. W. McKnown. Assistant Qlerk.
Edgar D. Baker. Committee Clerk.
A. C- Holmes. Committee Clerk.
D. T. McNeil. Committee Clerk.
T. W. B. Duckwall. Committee Clerk.

F. B. Burke. Committee Clerk.
S. R. Hanen. Committee Clerk.
Pierce Campbell. Committee Clerk.
Charles W. Swisher. Sergeant-at-arms.
C. C. Hayes. Door-keeper.

Guy Deeds. Chief Journal rage.

A. Hoyt Hughes. Mail and Banking Page.



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