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J. Brewer, Kansas, 1800 ; H. B. Brown, Michigan, 1800 ; George Shiras, Jr., Pennsylvania, 1893 ; Edward D.
White, Louisiana, 1804; Bufus W. Peckham, New York, 1805 ; Joseph McKenna, California, 1898.

There is one Associate Justloe, retired, who receives $10,000 a year during life-Stephen J. Field,
of California, who served from May, 1868, to December, 1897, the longest term in the history of the
Court.



list of Members of the Senate.



FIFTY-SIXTH CONGBESS.
(Corrected to February, 1890.)



Alabama..



John T.Morgan Dem.

E. W. Pettus Dem.

Arkansas.

James K.Jones Dem.

James H. Berry. Dem.

California.

George C. Perkins Bep.

Bep.

Colorado.

Henry M. Teller Silver Bep.

Edward O. Woloott Bep.

Corkbotiout.

Joseph B. Hawley Bep.

Orvflle H. Piatt Bep.

Delaware.

— Bep.

Bichard B. Kenney Dem.

Florida.

Dem.

Stephen B. Mallory Dem.



Georgia.

Augustus O. Bacon Dem.

Alexander S. Clay Dem.

Idaho.

George L. Shoup Bep.

Henry Heitfeld. Pop.

ILLINOIS.

Shelby M. Cullom Bep.

William E. Mason Bep.

Indiana.

Albert J. Beveridge Bep.

Charles W. Fairbanks Bep.

Iowa.

William B. Allison Bep.

John H. Gear Bep.

Kansas.

Lucien Baker. Bep.

William A. Harris. Pop.

Kbntuoxt.

William Lindsay Dem.

William J. Deboe Bep.



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Louisiana.

Donelson Caffery Dem.

Samuel D. MoEnery Dem.

Maine.

Eugene Hale Rep.

William P. Frye Rep-

Maryland.

Louis E. McComas. Rep.

George L. Wellington Rep.

Massachusetts.

George F. Hoar Rep.

Henry C. Lodge Rep.

Michigan.

James McMillan Rep.

Julius C. Burrows Rep.

Minnesota.

Cushman K. Davis Rep.

Knute Nelson Rep.

Mississippi.

H. De 8. Money Dem.

Dem.

Missouri.

Francis M. Cockrell Dem.

George G. Vest Dem.

Montana.

Wm. A. Clark Dem.

Thomas H. Carter Rep.

Nebraska.

Rep.

John M. Thurston Rep.

Nevada.

W.M.Stewart Silverite.

John P. Jones Silver Rep.

New Hampshire.

William E. Chandler Rep.

Jacob H. Gallinger Rep.

New Jersey.

John Kean Rep.

William J. Sewell Rep.

New York.

Thomas C. Piatt Rep.

Chauncey M. Depew Rep.

North Carolina.

Jeter C. Pritchard Rep.

Marian Butler Pop.

North Dakota.

Henry C. Hansbrougb Rep.

Porter J. McCumber Rep.



Ohio.

Joseph B. Foraker Rep.

Marcus A. Hanna Rep.

Oregon.

George W. McBride Rep.

Joseph Simon Rep.

Pennsylvania.

Rep.

Boies Penrose Rep.

Rhode Island.

Nelson W. Aldrich Rep.

George P. Wetmore Rep.

South Carolina.

Benjamin R. Tillman Dem.

John L. McLaurin Dem.

South Dakota.

Richard F. Pettigrew Silver Rep

James Henderson Kyle Ind.

Tennessee.

Thomas B. Turley Dem.

W. B. Bate Dem.

Texas.

Cbas. A. Culberson. Dem.

Horace Chilton Dem.

Utah.

Dem.

Joseph L. Rawlins. Dem.

Vermont.

Jonathan Ross Rep.

Redneld Proctor Rep.

Virginia.

John W. Daniel.. ..." Dem.

Thomas S. Martin Dem.

Washington.

A. G. Foster Rep.

George F. Turner Pop.

West Virginia.

N. B. Scott Rep.

Stephen B. Elkins Rep.

Wisconsin.



Rep.

John C. Spooner Rep.

Wyoming.

Francis E. Warren Rep,

Clarence A. Clarke Rep.



The probable make-up of the Senate will be as follows :

Republicans 68

Democrats 27

Populists 4

8ilver Republicans 8

Independent 1

Silverite 1

Doubtful (Delaware) 1

Total 90



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list of Members of the House of Representatives.

FIFTY-SIXTH CONGRESS.
[* Member of the Fifty-fifth Congress.]



Alabama.

1. * George W. Taylor Dem.

2. ♦ Jesse F. Stallings. Dem.

8. * Henry D. Clayton Dem.

4. ♦Gaston A. Robbins Dem.

6. ♦Willis Brewer Dem.

6. * John H. Bankbead Dem.

7. John L. Burnett Dem.

8. * Joseph Wheeler Dem.

9. *0. w. Underwood Dem.

ARKAN8A8.

1. * P. D. McCulloch Dem.

2. * John S. Little Dem.

3. * Thomas C. McRac Dem.

4. * William L. Terry Dem.

5. ♦Hugh A. Din8more Dem.

6. *S. Brundidge, Jr Dem.

California.

1. * John A. Barham Rep.

2. ♦M.DeVries Dem.

8. Victor H. Metcalf Rep.

4. Julius Kabn Rep.

5. * Eugene F. Loud Rep.

6. R. J. Walters. Rep.

7. J. C. Needham Rep.

Colorado.

1. * John F. Shaf roth Silver.

2. ♦John C.Bell Populist.

Connecticut.

1. * E. Stevens Henry Rep.

2. * N. D. Sperry Rep.

8. * Charles A. Russell Rep.

4. * Ebenezer J. Hill Rep.

Delaware.

At Large:

John H. Hoffeoker Rep.

Florida.

1. *S.M. Sparkman Dem.

2. ♦Robert W.Davis Dem.

Georgia.

1. *Rufus E. Lester Dem.

2. *J*mam'*M AH<m^ Dem.

8. ♦E Dem.

4. ♦¥ n Dem.

6. *L l Dem.

6. *C ett Dem.

7. ♦J i Dem.

8. *V 1 Dem.

9. *1 Dem.

10. *Y j Dem.

11. ** r Dem.

Idaho.
At Large:
Edgar Wilson Silver.

Illinois.

1. * James B. Mann Rep.

2. * Wm. Lorimer Rep.

8. George P. Foster Dem.

4. Thomas Cusaek Dem.

6. Edw. T. Noonan Dem.



6. * Henry S. Boutell Rep.

7. * Rep.

8. * Ins Rep.

9. *■ Rep.

10. * Rep.

11. * Rep.

12. *. Rep.

18. * ier Rep.

14. * Rep.

16. * Rep.

lfl. Y i Dem.

17. B Dem.

18. * Dem.

19. J Dem.

20. J Dem.

21. V irg Rep.

22. * ;h Rep.

Indiana.

1. ♦J. A. Hemenway Rep.

2. ♦Robt. W. Miers Dem.

3. * Wm. T. Zenor Dem.

4. ♦F.M.Griffith Dem.

6. ♦G. W. Faris Rep.

6. Jas. E. Watson Rep.

7. * Jesse Overetreet Rep.

8. Geo. W.Cromer Rep.

9. ♦Chas. B. Landis. Rep.

10. * E. D. Crumpacker Rep.

11. * Geo. W. Steele • Rep.

12. * J . M. Robinson Dem.

13. Abraham L. Brick Rep.

Iowa.

1. Thomas Hedge Rep.

2. Jos. R. Lane Rep.

3. ♦D. B. Henderson Rep.

4. Gilbert N. Haughen Rep.

5. ♦Robt. G. Cousins Rep.

6. ♦J.F. Lacey Rep.

7. ♦John A. T.Hull Rep.

8. * Wm. P. Hepburn Rep.

9. Smith MePherson. Rep.

10. ♦J. P.Dolliver Rep.

11. Lot Thomas Rep.

KANSA8.

At Large:
W.J.Bailey Rep

1. * Charles Curtis Rep.

2. J. D. Bowersook Rep.

8. ♦E.R.Ridgeley Fu£

4. J. M. Miller..... Rep.

5. W.A. Oalderhead Rep.

6. W. A. Reeder Rep.

7. CI. Long Rep.

Kentucky.

1. * Chas. K. Wheeler. Dem.

2. Henry D.Allen Dem.

8. ♦John 3. Rhea Dem.

4. ♦David H.Smith Dem.

6. Oscar Turner Dem.

6. ♦Albert 8. Berry Dem.

7. ♦ Evan E. Settle Dem.

8. George G. Gilbert Dem.

9. * Samuel J. Pugh Bap.

10. ♦T.Y. Fitipatrick Dem.

11. Vincent Boreing Rep.

Louisiana.

1. *Adolph Meyer Dem.

2. ♦Roberta Davey Dem.



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3. * Robt. F. Broussard Dem.

4. Phanor Brezeals. Dem.

6. ♦Saml.T. Balrd Dem.

6. * 8. M. Robertson Dem.

Maine.

1. ♦Thomas B. Reed Rep.

2. geP-

3. ♦Edwin C. Burleigh Rep.

4. ♦Chas. A. Boutelle Rep.

Maryland.

1. JohnW. Smith Dem.

2. ♦Wm.B. Baker Rep.

3. Frank C. Wachter Rep.

4. James W. Denny Dem.

6. * Sydney E. Mudd Rep.

6. Geo. A. Pearre Rep.

Massachusetts.

1. * Geo. P. Lawrence Rep.

2. ♦F.H.Gillett Rep. ^

3. J.R.Thayer Gold Dem.

4. *G. W.weymouth Rep.

5. ♦Wm.S.Knox Rep.

6. ♦Wm. H.Moody Rep.

7. E. W. Roberts Rep.

8. ♦Saml.W. McCali Rep.

9. * J. F. Fitzgerald Dem.

10. Henry F. Naphen Dem.

11. ♦Cbas. F. Sprague Rep.

12. * Wm. C. Lovering Rep.

13. ♦Wm. S.Greene Rep.

Michigan.

1. *John B.Corliss Rep.

2. Henry C.Smith Rep.

3. Washington Gardner Rep.

4. *E. Larue Hamilton Rep.

5. ♦William A. Smith Rep.

6. ♦Samuel W.Smith Rep.

7. Edgar Weeks Rep.

8. J. W. Fordney Rep.

9. ♦Roswell P. Bishop Rep.

10. ♦R. O. Crump Rep.

11. * William 8. Mesick Rep.

12. ♦ Carlos D. Sheldon Rep.

Minnesota.

1. ♦JamesA.Tawney Rep.

2. ♦Jas.T. McCleary Rep.

3. * Joel P. Heatwole Rep.

4. ♦Fred. C. 8tevens Rep.

5. ♦Loren Fletcher Rep.

6. ♦Page Morris Rep.

7. ♦FrankM.Eddy Rep.

Mississippi.

1. ♦John M.Allen Dem.

2. ♦Thomas Spight Dem.

8. ♦T. C. Catchings Dem.

4. ♦Andrew F. Fox Dem.

6. ♦JohnS. Williams Dem.

6. ♦F.A.MoLain Dem.

7. ♦ Patrick Henry Dem.

Missouri.

1. ♦ James T. Lloyd Dem.

2. William W. Rucker Dem.

8. John Dougherty Dem.

4. ♦Chas. F.Cochran Dem.

6. ♦Wm.S. Cowherd Dem.

8. ♦D. A. De Armond Dem.

7. ♦James Oooney Dem.

8. ♦ Richard P. Bland Dem.

9. ♦ Champ Clark Dem.

10. ♦Richard Bartholdt Rep.

It. ♦Charles F.Joy Rep.

12. ♦Charles E. Pearce Rep.

18. ♦ Edward 8. Robb Dem.

14. ♦W. D. Vandiver Dem.

15. ♦M.B. Benton Dem.



Montana.
At Large:
A.J.Campbell Dem.

NEBRA8KA.

1. Elmer J. Burkett Rep.

2. ♦ David H. Mercer Rep.

3. John S. Robinson Fus.

4. ♦ Wm. L. 8tark Fus.

6. ♦ R. D. Sutherland Fus.

6. ♦ William L. Greene Fus.

Nevada.
At Large :
♦F. G. Newlands Silver.

New Hampshire.

1. ♦Cyrus A. 8ulloway Rep.

2. ♦ Frank G . Clarke Rep.

New Jersey.

1. ♦ R. C. Loudenslager Rep.

2. ♦John J. Gardner Rep.

8. ♦Benj. F.Howell Rep.

4. J. 8. Solomon Dem.

5. ♦ Jas. F. Stewart Rep.

6. ♦Richard W.Parker Rep.

7. William D. Daly Dem.

8. ♦ Charles N. Fowler Rep.

New York.

1. Townsend 8cudder Dem.

2. John J. Fitzgerald Dem.

3. ♦ Edmund H. Driggs Dem.

4. B. T. Clayton Dem.

5. F. E. Wilson Dem.

8. Mitchell May Dem.

7. Nicholas Muller Dem.

8. Daniel J. Riordan Dem.

9. ♦ Thomas J. Bradley Dem.

10. *A. J. Cummings Dem.

11. * William Sulzer Dem.

12. *G. B. McClelian Dem.

13. Jefferson M. Levy Dem.

14. W. AstorChanler Dem.

15. Jacob Ruppert, Jr Dem.

16. J. Q. Underhill Dem.

17. A. 8. Tompkins Rep.

18. ♦John H. Ket chain Rep.

19. ♦A. V. S. Cochrane Rep.

20. M. H.Glynn Dem.

21. John K. Stewart Rep.

22. ♦L. N. Littauer Rep.

23. L. W. Emerson Rep.

24. ♦C. A. Chickering Rep.

25. ♦ James 8. Sherman Rep.

28. ♦George W.Ray Rep.

27. M. J. Drisooll Rep.

28. ♦SerenoE. Payne Rep.

29. ♦ Charles W. Gillet Rep.

80. ♦J. W. Wadsworth Rep.

31. J. M. E. O'Grady Rep.

82. William H. Ryan Dem.

33. *De A.S.Alexander Rep.

34. ♦W.B.Hooker Hep.

North Carolina.

1. J. H. Small ,..Dem.

2. ♦G. H.White Rep.

3. Chas. R. Thomas Dem.

4. John W. Atwater Dem.

5. ♦Wm. W. Kitchin Dem.

6. JohnD. Bellamy Dem.

7. Theo. F. Klutz. Dem.

8. ♦R. Z. Linney Rep.

9. W.T.Crawford Dem.

North Dakota.
At Large:
B. F. Spalding Rep



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Ohio.

1. ♦Wm. B.8hattuo Rep.

2. ♦J. H. Bromweil Rep.

3. * John L. Brenner Dem.

4. Robt. B. Gordon Dem.

5. * David Meekison Dem.

6. * Setta W. Brown Hep.

7. * Walter L. Weever Rep.

8. * Arohib. Lybrand Kep.

0. * J. H. Southard Rep.

10. Stephen Morgan Rep.

11. ♦C. H. Grosvenor Rep.

12. * John J. Lentz Dem.

18. * Jas. A. Norton Dem.

14. *Winfleld8. Kerr Rep.

15. ♦H. C. Van Voorhis Rep.

16. * Lorenzo Danford Rep.

17. *J.A. McDowell Dem.

18. ♦ Robert W.Tayler Kep

19. * Charles Dick Rep.

20. F. O. Phillips Kep.

21. ♦Theo. E. Burton Rep.

Oregon.

1. * Thomas H. Tongue Rep.

2. M. A. Moody Rep.

Pennsylvania.
At Large:

* Galusha A. Grow Rep.

* S. A. Davenport Rep.

1. ♦H. H. Bingham Rep.

2. * Robert Adams, Jr Rep.

8. ♦Wm.MoAleer Gold Dem.

4. * James R. Toung Rep.

6. * Alfred C. Harmer Rep.

«. * Thomas S. Butler Rep.

7. * Irving P. Wanger Rep.

8. L. H. Barber Dem.

9. * Dan'l Ermentrout Dem.

10. * Marriott Brosius Rep.

U. * William Connell Rep.

12. 8. W. Davenport Dem.

18. James W. Ryan Dem.

14. * Marlln E. Olmstead Rep.

15. F. C. Wright Rep.

16. * H. B. Packer Rep.

17. Rufus K.Polk Dem.

18. ♦T.M. Mahon Rep.

19. Edward Ziegler Dem.

20. Joseph E. Tbropp Rep.

21. 8. N.Jack Rep.

28. ♦ John Dalzell Rep.

28. ♦Wm. H. Graham Rep.

24. *B. F. Acheson Rep.

25. *J.B. 8ho waiter Rep.

26. A. Gaston Dem.

27. Jos. C. 8ibley Dem.

28. James K. P. Hall Dem.

Rhode Island.

1. ♦Melville Bull Rep.

2. ♦A. B. Capron Rep.

South Carolina.

1. * William Elliott Dem.

2. ♦W. J.Talbert Dem.

Z. * A. C. Latimer Dem.

4. * 8. Wilson Dem.

£. D. E. Fenley Dem.

6. * James Norton Dem.

7. * J. W.Stokes Dem.

South Dakota.

At Large:

R. J. Gamble Rep.

CK. Burke Rep.

Tennessee.

L ♦W.P.Brownlow Bep.

2. ♦H.B.Gibson Bep.

8. * John A. Moon Dem.

4. 0. E. 8nodgrass Dem.



♦J. D. Richardson Dem.

•J.W.Gaines Dem.

♦ N. N. Cox Dem.

♦T.W.Sims Dem.

♦R. A. Pierce Dem.

*E. W. Carmack Dem.

Texas.

♦Thos. H.Bali Dem.

♦8.B. Cooper Dem.

♦ R. C. De Graffenreid Dem.

J. L. Sheppard Dem.

♦Jos. W. Bailey Dem.

♦R.E. Burke Dem.

♦ R. L. Henry Dem.

♦8. W. T. Lanham Dem.

A. 8. Burleson Dem.

♦ R. B. Hawley Re D

♦R. Kleberg... ......Sim.

!f£-81ayaen Dem.

*J. H. Stephens Dem.



Utah.
At Large:
B. H. Roberts Dem.

Vermont.

1. ♦ H. H. Powers Rep.

2. * Wm. W. Grout Rep.

Virginia.

1. ♦ Wm. A. Jones Dem.

2. ♦Wm. A. Young Dem.

8. * John Lamb Dem.

4. *S.P.Epes .........iDeS:

6. *C. A. Swanson Dem.

6. * Peter J. Otey Dem.

I' I^ am< 2L Hay Dom.

8. ♦J. F. Rixey Dem.

9. Wm. F. Rea Dem.

10. J. M. Quarles Dem.

Washington.
At Large :

F. W. Cushman Rep.

W. L. Jones Rep.

West Virginia.

1. * B. B. Dovener Rep.

2. * A. G. Dayton Rep.

8. D. E. Johnston Dem.

4. B. H. Freer Rep.

Wisconsin.

1. * H. A. Cooper Rep.

2. H.B. Dahle Rep.

8. *Jos. W. Babcock Rep.

4. ♦TheoboldOtjen Bep.

6. * 8. 8. Barney Rep.

6. ♦J.H. Davidson Rep.

7. John J. Esch Rep.

8. ♦Ed.S. Minor Rep.

9. ♦Alex. Stewart Rep.

10. ♦J.J.Jenkins Rep.

Wyoming.
At Large:
F. W. Mondell Rep.

DELEGATES.
Arizona.
J. F. Wilson Dem.

New Mexico.

Pedro Perea. Bep.

Oklahoma.
Dennis Flynn Bep.

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Foreign Embassies and Legations in the United States.



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC-Dr. Martin Garcia
Merou, E. E. and M. P. Sefior Antonio del Viso,
First Sec. of Leg. Col. Ricardo A. Day, Mil. Att.,
absent. Office of Legation, 2107 S street.

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY— Mr. Ladislaus Hengel-
raliller von Hengervar, E. E. and M. P., 1807 Con-
necticut avenue, absent. Baron Franz Riedl von
Riedenau, Sec. of Leg. and Charge d' Affaires ad
interim. G. de Szilassy, Att. of Leg. Office of Le-
gation, 1307 Connecticut avenue.

BELGIUM— Count G.de Lichtorvelde, E. E. and
M. P., absent. Mr. Maurice Joostens, Counselor
of Leg. and Charge d 1 Affaires ad interim. Baron
Raymond Nothomb, Sec. of Leg. Office of Lega-
tion, 1752 M street.

BOLI VIA-Sefior Luis Paz, E. E. and M. P., ab-
sent. Office of Legation, care of Consulate of
Bolivia, 15 Whitehall street. New York, N. Y.

BRAZIL— Mr. J. F. de Assis Brasil. E. E. and M.
P., 1843 S street. Mr. Manoel de Oliveira Lima,
First Sec, 1167 19th street. Office of Legation,
1744 N street.

CHILI— Sefior Don Carlos Morla Vicuna, E. E.
and M. P., 1800 N street. Sefior Don Eliodoro In-
fante, First Sec, 1719 De Hales street. Sefior Don
Victor Eastman, SecoDd Sec, absent. Sefior Don
Enrique Cuevas, Att., 1702 L street. Office of Le-
gation, 1719 De Sales street.

CHINA— Mr. Wu Ting- fang, E. E. and M. P.,
1764 Q street. Mr. Shen Tung, First Sec. Mr.
Shou Ting, 8econd Sec. Mr. Chow Tsz-chi, Sec-
ond Sec. Mr. Chung Mun-yew, Interpreter, ab-

t. Mr.'
Chao, I
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m-ye,

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nardo
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lejan-
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Att.,
Sec,

ufve,

Office
of Embassy, 171U h streei.

GERMANY -Herr von Holleben, Ambassador
E and P., absent. Freiherr Speck von Sternburg.
Counselor of Legation, First Sec. of Emb., and
Charge d'Affaires ad interim, 1816 Jefferson place.
Count von Hacke, Seoond Sec. of the Emb. Com-
mander von Rebeur-Paschwitz, Nav. Att., 1308
19th street. Freiherr Beno von Herman, Expert
of the Emb. for Agriculture and Forestry, 1308
19th street. Herr von Bredow, Att., 1308 19th
street. Office of Embassy, 1435 Massachusetts av-

CI GREAT BRITAIN -The Right Honorable Sir
Julian Pauncefote, G. C. B., G. C. M. G., Ambas-
sador E. and P. Mr. Godfrey Bland, First Sec,
absent. Capt. Alfred W. Paget, R.N., Nav. Att.
Mr. Reginald Tower, Second Sec, 1810 Connecticut
avenue. Mr. C. N. E. Eliot, C. B., Second Sec, 1034
Connecticut avenue. Mr. Hugh J. O'Beirne, Sec-
ond Sec, absent. Mr. Young, Att., 1752 M street.
Mr. Robt. Bromley, Honorary Att., 1019 Connect-
icut avenue. Mr. Arthur E. Owen Humphreys



Owen, Honorary Att., 1019 Connecticut avenue.

Office of Embassy, 1300 Connecticut avenue.

GUATEMALA-Sefior Don Antonio Lazo Ar-
riaga, E. E. and M. P., The Cairo. Dr. Joaquin
Yela, Jr.. Sec. of Leg., The Cairo. Office of Le-
gatlon. The Cairo.

HAITI-Mr. J. N. Leger, E. E. and M. P., 1461
Rhode Island avenue. Mr. Alfred Leger, Att.

ITALY— Baron de Fava, Ambassador E. and P.
1708 H street, absent. Count Vinci, First Sec. of
Emb. and Charge d'Affaires ad interim, 1622 19th
street. Marquis Camillo Romano, Second Sec.
1622 19th street. Duke Gaetano Castagneta Ca-
racciolo, Hon. Att., 1622 19th street. Lieut. Carlo
de Luca Kennedy, Nav. Att., 1537 1 street. Lieut.
Ferruccio Vitale, Mil. Att., 19261 street. Office
of Embassy, 1926 I street.

JAPAN— Mr. Jutaro Komura, E. E. and M. P.
Mr. Tsune Jiro Nakagawa, First Sec of Leg., 1310
N street. Mr. Durham white Stevens, Counselor
of Leg., The Bancroft. Commander Katsuro Na-
rita, I. J. N.. Nav. Att., 1310 N street. Mr. Mit-
sunojo Funakoshi, Third Sec. of Leg.. 1310 N
street. Mr. Jiujiro Sakata, Att., absent. Mr. Mat-
sujiro Kameyaraa, Att. Office of Legation, 1310
N street

KOREA— Mr. Chin Pom Ye, E. E. and M. P., 1500
13th street. Mr. Tam E. Ye, Sec. of Leg. Mr
Chong Ki Ye, Att. Office of Legation, 1500 13th
street.

MEXICO— Sefior Don Matias Roirero, Ambassa-
dor E. and P., 1413 1 street, absent, fccfior Don Jos£
F. Godoy, First Sec and Charge d'Affaires adin-
terim, 1446 Rhode Island avenue. Sefior Don-
Enrique Santibafiez, Second Sec, The Hamilton
Sefior Don Luis G. Pardo, Second Sec, absent
Sefior Don Jose V. Dosal, Att., The Majestic, cor*
14th and Yale streets. Office of Embassy, 1413 i
street (entrance by side street).

NETHEHLANDS-Mr. G. de Weckherlin, E. E
and M. P. Address care of Netherlands Consul-
ate, New York, N. Y.

PORTUGAL- Viscount de Santo-Thyrso, E. E
and M. P., 1761 P street. Office of Legation, 1761*
P street.

RUSSIA— Comte Cassini, Ambassador E. and P
Mr. de Wollant, First Sec, absent. Mr. Alexl
ander Zelenoy, Second Sec, 1434 N street. Gen-
eral Mertvago, Nav. and Mil. Agent, 818 18th
street. Mr. Pierre Rogestvensky, Att., 1434 N
street. Mr. M. Routkowsky, Financial Att., 183G
Phelps place. Office of Embassy, 1829 1 street.

SlAM— Phya Visuddha, E. E. and M. P., 23 Ash-
burn place, London; Washington address. The
Arlington. Mr. Frederick W. Verney, Counselor
of Legation, The Arlington. Luang Prakich
Att., The Arlington. Mr. Edward H. Loftus. Att *
The Arlington.

SWEDEN AND NORWAY-Mr. A. Grip, E. E.
and M. P., 2011 Q street. Mr. N. J. Knageimlelm.
Sec of Leg. Office of Legation, 2011 Q street.

SWITZERLAND-Mr. J. B. PJoda, 2. E?and M
P., 1518 K street, absent. Mr. Walter Deucher
Sec and Charge d'Affaires ad interim* 702 19th
street. Office of Legation, 1618 K street.

TCRKEY-Ali Ferrouh Bey, E. E. and M. P.
1818 Q street. Edhem Bey, First Sec. of Leg., ab-
sent. Sidky Bey, Second Sec, 1818 Q street. Aziz
Bey, Mil. Att. Office of Legation. 1818 Q street.

UNITED 8TATES OF CENTRAL AMERICA
(Honduras, Nicaragua, and Salvador)- Sefior
Don J. D. Rodriguez, E. E. and M. P., absent
Sefior Don Luis F. Corea, Sec of Leg. and Charge
d'Affaires ad interim, 1807 H street. Sefior Don
J. D. Rodriguez, Jr., Att., absent.

VENEZUELA— 8efior Don Jose Andrade, E. B.
and M. P., 2 Iowa Circle, absent. Sefior Don Manuel
M. Ponte, Jr., 8ec of Leg. and Charge d' Affaire?
ad interim, 1720 P street. Sefior Don Jose An-
drade Penny, Att., 2 Iowa Circle, absent. Sefior
Don Augusto F. Pulido, Att., The Cochran.
Sefior Dr. Eduardo Andrade Penny, Att., 2 Iowa
Circle. Office of Legation, 2 Iowa Ci rcle.



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United States Embassies and Legations in Foreign Countries.



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC— William I. Buchan-
an, E. E. and M. P., Buenos Ayres. Francois S.
Jones, Sec. of Leg.

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY— Addison C. Harris,
E. E. and M. P., Vienna. Charles V. Herdliska,
Sec. of Lear. Commander F. M. Barber, Nav. Att.

BELGIUM-Bellamy Storer, E. E. and M. P.,
Brussels.

BOLIVIA— George H. Bridgman, E. E. and M.
P., La Paz.

BRAZIL- Charles P. Bryan, E. E.and M. P., Rio
de Janeiro. Thomas C. Dawson, Sec. of Leg. Lt.
James Shipton, Mil. Att.

CHILI-Henry L. Wilson, E. E. and M. P., San- ,
tlago. Henry J. Lenderink, Sec. of Leg.

CHINA-Edwin H. Conger, E. E. and M. P., !
Peking. Herbert G. Squires, Sec. of Leg. Wm. |
E. Bainbridge, Second Sec. of Leg. Fleming D. !
Cbesshtre, Interpreter.

COLOMBIA— Charles Burdett Hart, E. E. and I
M. P., Bogota. James C. McNally, Sec. of Leg. '
and C. G. I

C08TA RICA-Wiiliam L. Merry, E. E. and M.
P.,* San Jose. Ruf us A. Lane, Sec. of Leg.

DENMARK— Laurits S. Swenson, E. E. and M.
P., Copenhagen.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC- William F. Powell,
Charge d* Affaires, Port au Prince.



ECUADOR-Archibald J. Sampson, E. E. and M. I Hickey, Mil. Att.



ITALY— William F. Draper, Ambassador E. and
P.. Rome. Lewis M. Iddings, Sec. of Emb. Rich-
ard C. Parsons, Jr., Second Sec. of Emb. Com-
mander F. M. Barber, Nav. Att.

JAPAN-Alfred E. Buck, E. E. and M. P.. Tokyo
(Yedo).. J. R. Herod, 8ec. of Leg. Huntington
Wilson. Second Sec. of Leg. Lt. Albert Key, Nav.
Att. Hansford Stevens Miller, Jr., Interpreter.

KOREA-Horace N. Allen, Min. Res. and C. G.,
Seoul. William F. 8ands, Sec. of Leg. Pang
Kyeng Hui, Interpreter. Kwon Yu Sup, Inter-
preter.

LIBERIA— O. L. W.Smith, Min. Res. and C. G.,
Monrovia. J. R. Spurgeon, Sec. of Leg.

MEXICO— Powell Clayton, E. E. and M. P., Mex-
ico. Fenton R. McCreery, Sec. of Leg. William
Heimke, Second Sec. of Leg,

NETHERLANDS— Stanford Newel, E. E. and
M. P., The Hague. Maj. James N. Wheelan, Mil.
Att.

NICARAGUA- William L. Merry, E. E. and M.
P.j* San Jose. Ruf us A. Lane, Sec. of Leg.

PARAGUAY- William R. Finch, E. E. and M.
P..+ Montevideo.

PERSIA- Arthur S. Hardy, Min. Res. and C. G.,
Teheran. John Tyler, Interpreter.

PERU— Irving B. Dudley, E. E.and M. P., Lima.
Richard R. Neill, Sec. of Leg. Capt. James 1$.



P.,Quito.

EGYPT— Thomas S. Harrison, Agent and C. G.,
Cairo.

FRANCE— Horace Porter, Ambassador E. and
P., Paris. Henry Vignaud, Sec. of Leg. Edgar
Thomson Scott, Second Sec. of Emb. Lt. William
S. Sims, Nav. Att. Maj. James W. Wheelan,
Mil. Att.

GERMANY— Andrew D. White, Ambassador E.
and P., Berlin. John B. Jackson, Sec. of Emb.
George M. Fisk, Second Sec. of Emb. Commander
F. M. Barber, Nav. Att. Dr. Chas. W. Stiles, Ag-
ricultural and Scientific Att.

GREAT BRITAIN— Joseph H. Choate. Ambas-
sador E. and P., London. Henry White, Sec. of
Emb. John R. Carter, Second Sec. of Emb. Lt.
John C. Colwell, Nav. Att. Brig.-Gen. Alfred E.
Bates. Mil Att

GREECE-William Woodville Rookhill, E. E.
and M. P..+ Athens.

GUATEMALA— W. Godfrey Hunter, E. E. and
M. P.,* Guatemala. Arthur M. Beaupre, Sec.
of Leg. and C. G.

HAITI -William F. Powell, E. E. and M. P.,8
Port au Prince.

HAWAII- Harold M. Sewall, E. E. and M. P..
Honolulu. William Haywood, Sec. of Leg. and

HONDURAS— W. Godfrey Hunter, E. E. and
M. P.,* Guatemala.



* Accredited also to Nicaragua and Salvador.
+ Accredited also to Roumania and Servia.

* Accredited also to Honduras.

9 Also Charge d* Affaires to the Dominican Re-
public.
I Also Consul -General at Honolulu.
1 Accredited also to Guatemala.



PORTUGAL— Lawrence Townsend, E. E. and
M. P., Lisbon. Lt. 8. L'H. Slocum, Mil. Att.

ROUMANIA— William Woodville Rockhill, E.
E. and'M. P. and C. G.,* Athens.

RUSSIA— Charlemagne Tower, E. E. and M. P.,
St. Petersburg. H. H. D. Peirce, Sec. of Leg. H.
J. Hagerman, Second Sec. of Leg. Lt. William S.
Sims, Nav. Att.

SALVADOR-William L. Merry, E. E. and M.
P.J San Jose. Ruf us A. Lane, Sec. of Leg.

SERVIA— William Woodville Rockbill, E. E. and
M. P. and C. G.,l Athens.

SIAM- Hamilton King, Min. Res. and C. G.,
Bangkok. James A. ChiVers, Interpreter.

SPAIN , E. E. and M. P.,



. Thomas, Jr.,



Madrid. Stanton Sickles,^ Sec of Lei

SWEDEN AND NORWAY— W ~
E. E. and M. P., Stockholm.

SWITZERLAND-John G. A. Leishman, E. E.
and M. P., Berne. Lt. J. R. Williams, Mil. Att.

TURKEY-Oscar 8. Straus, E. E. and M. P.,
Constantinople. John W. Riddle, Sec. of Leg.
A. A. Gargiulo, Interpreter.

URUGUAY-William R. Finch, E. E. and M.
P.,** Montevideo.



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