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SENATORS (Alphabetically Arranged).-Continued. Teller, Henry M
Colorado Walthall, E. C. Turpie, D. S.
Indiana Warren, F. E. Vance, Z. B.
North Carolina Washburn, W. D. Vest, George G.
Missouri White, E. D Vilas, w. F...
Wisconsin Wilson, James F. Voorhees, D. W.
..Indiana Wolcott, E. 0..
REPRESENTATIVES (Alphabetically Arranged).
North Carolina Alexander, S. B. North Carolina Chipman, J. Logan.
Michigan Allen, J. M
Wyoming Andrew, JF. Massachusetts Clarke, R. H.
Alabama Arnold, Marshall. Missouri Clover, B. H.
Kansas Atkinson, L. E. Pennsylvania Cobb, J. E.
Alabama Babbitt, Clinton. Wisconsin Cobb, s. W
Missouri Bacon, Henry New York Coburn, F. P.
Wisconsin Bailey, J. W Texas Cockran, W. B.
New York Baker, William, Kansas Cogswell, Wm.
Massachusetts Bankhead, John H. Alabama Compton, B.
.Maryland Bartine, H. F Nevada Coolidge, F.S
Massachusetts Barwig, Charles. Wisconsin Coombs, W.J.
New York Beeman, J.H.. . Mississippi Cooper, G. W.
Indiana Belden, James J.
North Carolina Beltzhoover, F. E. Pennsylvania
Cox, I. N.
New York Bentley, H. W New York Cox, N. N
Tennessee Bergen, C. A.
.... Texas Bingham, H. H. .Pennsylvania Crawford, W. T.
North Carolina Blanchard, N. C.
Massachusetts Blount, J. H. Georgia Culberson, D. B.
Texas Boatner, C. J Louisiana Cummings, A. J
New York Boutelle, C. A. Maine Curtis, N. M.
New York Bowers, W. W Colorado Cutting, J. T
California Bowman, Thomas. Iowa Dalzell, John.
Pennsylvania Branch, W. A. B. North Carolina Daniels, W.F.
New Hampshire Brawley, W. H. South Carolina Davis, John.
Kansas Breckinridge, C. R. Arkansas DeArmond, D. A.
Missouri Breckinridge, w. C. P. ..Kentucky De Forest, R. E
Connecticut Bretz, J. L....
Maine Broderick, C.. Kansas Dixon, W. W
Montana Brookshire, E. V Indiana Doan, R. E.
Ohio Brosius, M. Pennsylvania Dockery, A. M
Missouri Brown, J. B. Indiana Dolliver, J. P.
Iowa Brunner, D. B.. Pennsylvania Donovan, D. D.
Ohio Bryan, W.J.. Nebraska Dugan, I
Ohio Buchanan, J. A Virginia Dunphy, E. J.
New York Buchanan, J. New Jersey Durborow, A. C., Jr
Illinois Bullock, R. . Florida Edmunds, P. C..
Virginia Bunn, B. H. North Carolina Elliott, W
.South Carolina Bunting, T. L. New York Ellis, W. T
Kentucky Burrows, J. C Michigan English, T. D.
.New Jersey Bussey, S.T.. Illinois Enloe, Benj. J.
Tennessee Bushnell, A. R. Wisconsin Enochs, W. H.
Ohio Butler, W. H .Iowa Epes, J. F.
Virginia Bynum, W. D .Indiana Everrett, R. W.
Georgia Byrns, s. Missouri Fellows, J. R.
New York Cable, B.T.. Illinois Fitch, Ashbel P
New York Cadmus, C.A.
Iowa Caminetti, A. ..California Forman, W. S.
Illinois Campbell, T. J New York Forney, W. H.
Alabama Capehart, J. West Virginia Fowler, s
New Jersey Caruth, Asher G Kentucky Funston, E. H
Kansas Castle, J. N.
Ohio Cate, w.C. Arkansas Geary, T.J.
California Causey, J. W Delaware Geissenhainer, J. A.
REPRESENTATIVES (Alphabetically Arranged). -Continued.
Illinois Harries, W. H Minnesota McKaig, Wm. M
Maryland Harter, M. D. Ohio McKeighan, W. A
Nebraska Hatch, W. H. Missouri McKenna, J.
California Haugen, N. P.
Wisconsin McKinney, L. F. New Hampshire Hayes, Walter I. Iowa McMillan, B...
Tennessee Haynes, W. E. Ohio McRea, Thomas C
.Arkansas Heard, J. T Missouri Newberry, W.C.
Illinois Henderson, D. B.
. Alabama Henderson, T.J. Illinois O'Donnell, J.
Michigan Herbert, H.A. Alabama O'Farrell, C. T.
.Virginia Hemphill, J.J South Carolina O'Neil, J.H.
Massachusetts Hermann, Binger. Oregon O'Neill, C...
Pennsylvania Hitt, R. Ř. Illinois O'Neill, J. J.
Missouri Hoar, s. Massachusetts Otis, J. G..
.Kansas Holman, W. S. Indiana Outhwaite, J. H.
Ohio Hooker, Charles E.
Owens, J. W
Maryland Hopkins, A. J Illinois Parrett, W.F
Indiana Houk, G. W Ohio Patterson, J
Tennessee Houk, John C. Tennessee Pattison, J. M
Ohio Huff, G. F. Pennsylvania Patton, D. H.
New York Hull, J. A. T.
Kentucky Johnson, T. L. Ohio Pearson, A. J.
Ohio Johnson, M. N North Dakota Peel, S.W..
Arkansas Johnstone, G South Carolina Pendleton, J. O
West Virginia Jolley, J. L. South Dakota Perkins, G. D.
..Iowa Jones, W. A Virginia Pickler, J. A
South Dakota Kem, 0, M.. Nebraska Pierce, R. A.
Tennessee Kendall, J. W. Kentucky Post, Philips
Illinois Ketcham, J. H New York Powers, H. H.
Vermont Kilgore, C. B. Texas Price, Andrew
Louisiana Krebbs, G. F Pennsylvania Quackenbush, J. A.
New York Kyle, J.C. Mississippi Raines, J..
New York Lagan, M. D Louisiana Randall, C. S
Massachusetts Lane, Edward
Maryland Lapham, o. Rhode Island Reed, T. B.
Maine Lawson, J. W Virginia Reilly, J.B.
Pennsylvania Lawson, T. G. Georgia Reyburn, J. E
Pennsylvania Layton, F. C.
Pennsylvania Lester, R. E
REPRESENTATIVES (Alphabetically Arranged).-Continued.
. Alabama Sperry, L.. Connecticut Van Horn, G.
New York Springer, W.M. Illinois Wadsworth, J. W..
New York Siackhouse, E. T. South Carolina Walker, J. H.
Massachusetts Stahlnecker, W. G. New York Warner, J. D.
New York Stephenson, S. M. Michigan Warwick, J. G.
Ohio Stevens, M. T.. Massachusetts Washington, Jos. E.
. Tennessee Stewart, A. .Pennsylvania Watson, T. E
.Georgia Stewart, c. .Texas Waugh, D.
Indiana Stewart, L. Illinois Weadcock, T. A. E.
. Michigan Stockdale, T.R. Mississippi Wever, J. M.
New York Stone, Chas. W Pennsylvania Wheeler, H. H.
.Michigan Stone, W.A. Pennsylvania Wheeler, J.
Alabama Stone, w. J Kentucky White, F. E.
Iowa Storer, B. Ohio Whiting, Justin R
Michigan Stout, B. G. .Michigan Wike, Scott.
Illinois Stump, H. Maryland Wilcox, W.F
Connecticut Sweet, Willis
idaho Williams, A. H. A. North Carolina Tarnsey, J. C.. Missouri Williams, G. F
Massachusetts Taylor, A. Illinois Williams, J. R.
Illinois Taylor, A. A Tennessee Wilson, J. H.
Kentucky Taylor, E. B. Ohio Wilson, J. L.
Washington Taylor, Joseph D
Wilson, R. P. C.
Missouri Taylor, V. A Ohio Wilson, W. I.
West Virginia Terry, W. L. Arkansas Winn, T. E.
Georgia Tillman, G. D. South Carolina Wise, G. D.
Virginia Townsend, H. Colorado Wolverton, S. P.
Pennsylvania Tracey, c. New York Wright, M.B.
Pennsylvania Tucker, H.S. G Virginia Youmans, H. M.
. Michigan Turner, H. G..
APPORTIONMENT OF REPRESENTATIVES, 1789-1893.
THE act of 1891 provides that after March 3, 1893, the House of Representatives shall be composed of 356 members, to be apportioned as follows : Alabama 9, Iowa 11,
Rhode Island 2, Arkansas 6, Kansas 8,
Nebraska 6, South Carolina 7, California 7, Kentucky 11, Nevada 1,
South Dakota 2, Colorado 2, Louisiana 6, New Hampshire 2, Tennessee 10, Connecticut 4, Maine 4,
New Jersey 8,
Texas 13, Delaware 1, Maryland 6, New York 34, Vermont 2, Florida 2,
Massachusetts 13, North Carolina 9, Virginia 10, Georgia 11, Michigan 12, North Dakota 1, Washington 2, Idaho 1, Minnesota 7, Ohio 21,
West Virginia 4, Illinois 22, Mississippi 7, Oregon 2,
Wisconsin 10, Indiana 13, Missouri 15, Pennsylvania 30, Wyoming 1.
Whenever a new State is admitted, Representatives assigned to it shall be in addition to the number 356. In each State entitled under this apportionment the number in the LIIId and each subsequent Congress shall be elected by districts composed of contiguous territory, and containing as nearly as practicable an equal number of inhabitants. These districts shall be equal to the number of Representatives to which the State may be entitled in Congress, no one district electing more than one Representative. In case of an increase in the number of Representatives from any State under this apportionment, such additional Representatives shall be elected by the State at large, and the other Representatives by the districts now prescribed by law until the Legislature shall redistrict such State, and if there be no increase in the number of Representatives from a State, the Representatives shall be elected from the districts now prescribed by law until such State be redistricted, as herein prescribed by the State Legislature.
Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, Oregon and Wisconsin gained one Representative each : Illinois, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Texas two each, and Nebraska three.
The basis of representation for the last apportionment is found by dividing the total population of all the States by 356. Then by the quotient, which, from results of the Eleventh Census, is 173,901, the population of each State is divided. If the population be exactly divisible by that number, the answer will show how many members of Congress the State is entitled to; though no State can have less than one. As there is often a fraction left over after doing this sum in division, the total of all the answers will be something less than 356, as it happens 339. These seventeen Representatives are then allotted to the States having the largest fractions, one to each.
The following exhibit shows the apportionment for the House of Representatives since the formation of the government :
Consti- 1st cen2d cen. 4th cen- 1 bth cen. 6th cen
7th cen. 8th ceil
9th cen. 10th cen. 11th centution, sus, Mar. sus, Mar. sus, Mar. sus, Mar. sus, Mar. sus, Mar. sus, Mar. sus, Mar. sus, Mar. sus, Mar. sus, Mar, 1789.
4, 1793. 4, 1803. 4, 1813. 4, 1823. 4, 1833. 4, 1843. 4, 1853. 4, 1863. 4, 1873. 4, 1883. 4, 1893. 30,000 33,000 33,000 35,000 40,000 47,700 70,680 93,423 127,381 181,425 151,911 173,901
Ratio of repres'n.
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