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KNOX, the Rev. Dr. J, H. M., ex-presi-, POND, James B., lecture manager, 65,

dent of Lafayette College, 79, Baltimore, New-York, June 21. Jan. 22.

PROCTER, John R., president U. S. Civil LADD, Fletcher, associate justice of the Service Commission, 59, Washington, D.

Supreme Court of the Philippines, 4) C., Dec. 12.
Boston, Mass., Dec. 12.

QUIGLEY, Monsignor D. E., Roman LEGGETT. John A., ex-Governor of the Catholic vicar general, diocese of

Territory of Montana, 71, Hot Springs, Charleston, 68, Charleston, S. C., Nov. Mont., Oct. 8. LELAND. Charles G... author and journal- RALPH, Julian, war correspondent and ist, 78, Florence, Italy, March 20.

author, 49, New-York, Jan. 20. LEVY, Jules, cornetist, 65, Chicago,

RAMSAY, Alexander, former Secretary of Nov. 28.

War, U. S. Senator from and Governor LINCOLN, George F., Consul General of

of Minnesota, 88, St. Paul, April 22. the United States at Antwerp, Belgium

RITCHIE, Albert, Judge Maryland SuBrussels, July 23.

preme Court, 69, Narragansett Pier,

Sept. 14.
LLOYD, Henry D., economic writer, 66,
Winnetka, uli., Sept. 28.

ROBERTS, the Rev. Dr. William C. D.,

Presbyterian minister, secretary of MisLOEB, Solomon, New-York banker, 74, sion Board and college president, 71, New-York, Dec. 12.

Danville, Ky., Nov. 28. LONG, John G., Consul General of U. 8. ROBINSON. Lewis W., Rear-Admiral U.

at Cairo, Egypt, member Republican National Committee from State of Flor

S. N. (retired), Philadelphia, Feb. 16. ida, 57, Dunbar, Scotland, July 28.

ROBSON, Stuart, actor, 67, New-York, LOOMIS, Dwight, ex-Justice Supreme

April 29. Court of Connecticut, Waterbury, Conn.,

ROEBLING, Mrs. Washington A., wife of Sept. 17.

the constructing engineer of the BrookMcCOLLUM, J. Brewster, Chiet Justice

lyn Bridge and his conspicuous assist

ant on that work, 59, Trenton, N. J., Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, 71, Feb. 28. Montrose, Penn., Oct. 3.

ROMEIKE Henry, MCCONNELL, the Rev. Dr. J. S. J

originator of press Methodist Episcopal Church oficial and

clippings service, 47, New-York, June 3. religious organizer, 64, Philadelphia,

RUMPLE, John N. W., Representative in Aug. 31.

Congress from Iowa, 61, Chicago, McCOOK, Alexander McDowell, brigadier

Jan, 31. general U. S. A. (retired), corps com

RUMSEY, William, ex-Justice of Newmander in Civil War, 72, Dayton, Ohio,

York State Supreme Court and reviser June 12.

of evidence code, 71, New-York, Jan. 16. MCCREERY, James, New-York drygoods

RUSSELL, Leslie W.. ex-Representative merchant, 78, Aiken, S. C., Feb. 26.

in Congress, ex-Justice Supreme Court MCKAY, Gordon, inventor of shoemaking |

of New-York, 62, New-York, Feb. 3. machinery, 82, Newport, R, I., Oct. 19.

RUSSELL John E., Massachusetts politMABINI, Apollonio, Filipino leader, jurist

ical leader, Democratic candidate for

Governor 1893 and 1894, 69, Leicester, and writer, Manila, May 14.

Mass., Oct. 28.
MARSHALL, the Rev. Dr. Thomas, field | SARONY, Otto, photographer, New-York,

secretary Presbyterian Board of Mis- Oct. 18.
sions, 72, Olney, Ind. Ter.. Dec. 14. 1 SAVAGE. Richard Henry author
ATTICE, Burr, Justice New-York Su- New-York. Oct. 11.

preme Court, 47, Oneonta, N. Y., Nov. 6. I SANDERSON, Sybil (Mrs. Antonio Terry), MITCHELL, Henry T., ex-Governor and

operatic singer, 38, Paris, May 16. Chief Justice of Florida, 69, Tampa, I SAXTON. Charles T., ex-Lieutenant-GovFla., Oct. 14.

ernor of New-York and Judge of Court MOODY. James M., Representative in

of Claims, 57, Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 23. Congress from North Carolina, 44, SCHENLEY, Mrs. Mary E., Pittsburg 1. Waynesville, N. C., Feb. 5.

millionaire and philanthropist, London, MORSS, Samuel E., Indiana editor and

Eng., Nov. 5. politician, 51, Indianapolis. Oct. 21. SCHOENHOFF, Jacob, economic writer MURTHA, Frank B., theatrical manager,

and statisticjan, 63, New-York, March 63, New-York, Aug. 10.

14, OLMSTED, Frederic Law, landscape ar

SCOTT, Irving M., shipbuilder, manager chitect, 81, Waverly. Mass., Aug. 28.

of the Union Iron Works, San Francis

co, 64, San Francisco. April 28. OVERTON, Edward, ex-Representative in SEIP. the Rev. Dr. Theodore L., presi

Congress from Pennsylvania, 67, Towan dent of Muhlenberg College, 63 Allenda, Penn., Sept. 18.

town, Penn., Nov. 28. PENROSE, William H., brigadier gen-1 SHANKLIN, John Gilbert, Indiana editor eral U. S. A. (retired), Salt Lake City,

and politician, 61, Evansville, Ind., Aug. 29.

Aug. 6. PERSHING, Cyrus L, Pennsylvania SHERWOOD, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wil

Judge and Democratic party leader 77, son, author, 80, New-York, Sept. 12. Pottsville, Penn., June 29.

SIMONDS, William E., Connecticut patent PHILLIPS, Samuel F., ex-Solicitor Gen lawyer and politician, former Represen

eral of the United States, 79, Washing- tative in Congress and Commissioner of ton, D, C., Nov. 18.

Patente, 61, Hartford, Conn., March 14

de ar

of, 64, samev. Dr.

College,

Congress pena. Jonathan-RePT. Mil

SMITH, Carroll E., editor, Regent Univer- 1 WHITING, Justin R, ex-Representative

sity of the State of New York, 70, Syr- in Congress, Democratic leader in Michacuse, N. Y., Aug. 21,

igan, 55, St. Clair, Mich., Jan. 31. SMITH, Charles H. ("Bin Arp"'), humor | WILCOX, Robert Wuliam, Hawaiian po ist, 77. Atlanta, Ga, Aug. 24.

litical leader, ex-Delegate in Congress SMITH. Mark, comedian, 48, New-York from Hawail, 48, Honolulu, Oct. 24. City, Sept. 21.

WILDES. Frank, rear-admiral U. S. N., SMITH, Orland, brigadier general U. 8. captain of the Boston under Dewey at

V., railroad manager and president, 78, Manila, 59, San Francisco, Feb. 6 Chicago, Oct. 3.

WILLIAMS, Morgan B., ex-Representadve SMITH. William Farrar ("Baldy''). ma

from Pennsylvania, 72, jor

in Congress
U.
general S. V., distinguished

Wilkesbare, Penn., Oct. 13.
army engineer and corps commander in
the Civil War. Police Commissioner of

WILLIS. the Rev. Jonathan S., MethoNew-York, 79, Philadelphia, Feb. 28. dist Episcopal clergyman, ex-Representa SPRING ER Wm. M.. ex-Representative

tive in Congress from Delaware, 73, Milin Congress from Illinois and Democratic

ford, Del., Nov. 24. leader, 67, Washington, D. C., Dec. 4. WOODSON. Albert E., brigadier general STARKEY, the Rev. Dr. Thomas A.,

U. 9. A (retired), 62. Paola, Kan., Bishop in Protestant Episcopal Church,

Aug. 7. diocese of Newark, 83, East Orange, N. WORMSER, Louis, New-York banker, 76, J., May 17.

New-York, Dec, 6. STUART, George H., brigadier general | YOUNG SON, A. B., head of Brotherhood C. S. A., 75, Annapolis, Md., Nov. 22.

of Locomotive Engineers, 54, Meadville, STODDARD, Richard Henry, journalist

Penn., July 30. and poet, 77, New-York, May 12.

ZBOROWSKI. Count william Elliott, milSWIFT, Gustavus S., Chicago capitalist

lionaire and sportsman, killed in autoand packing operator,

mobile accident at Nice, France, April 1.

62, Chicago, March 29.

NOTABLE DEATHS ABROAD. TAYLOR, the Rev. Dr. Frederick Will-L ALEXANDER I.. King of Servia, 26, iam. Protestant Episcopal Bishop. dio

sassinated at Belgrade, June 11. cese of Quincy, educator and religious writer, 50, Quincy, Il., April 27.

ARDITI. Luigi, musical conductor

composer. 80, Hove, England, May 1. THOMAS, Samuel, soldier. railroad builder and financier. 62, New-York, Jan. 11.

ARMOUR.Sir John Douglass, Justice

Supreme Court of Canada, 73, London, THOMAS, Stephen, brigadier general, U.

July 11. S. V., Vermont manufacturer and poli- BAIN. Alexander, philosopher and author, tician, 91, Montpelier, Vt., Dec. 18.

85, Aberdeen, Sept. 18. THURSTON. Robert Henry, mechanical

BLOWITZ, Henri G., S. A. O. đe, Paris engineer, dean Sibley College, Cornell

correspondent of "The London Times, University, 64, Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 25. TONGUE, Thomas H., Representative in

CECIL. Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne, Congress from Oregon, 58, Washington,

Marquis of Salisbury, British ex-PreD. C., Jan, 11.

mier and statesman, 13, Hatfield, Eng., TOWNSEND, Martin I., lawyer, ex-Rep Aug. 22

resentative in Congress from New-York I DRAGA. Queen of Servia, 42, assassinated and Régent of State University, 93,1 at Belgrade, June 11. Troy, N. Y., March 8.

IDUFFY. Sir Charles Gavan, Irish leader TRUMBULL the Rev. Henry Clay, au and agitator, man of letters, Prime Minthor and editor of "The Sunday School

ister of Victoria, 86, Nice, Feb. 9. Times," 73, Philadelphia, Dec. 8.

FARRAR. the Very Rev. Frederic WinTURNEY, Peter, ex-Governor and Chief

iam, dean of Westminster, Church of • Justice of Tennessee, 76. Winchester, England, author, preacher, educator, Ky., Oct. 19,

London, March 22. VAN -ALSTYNE, Thomas Jefferson, ex- HENLEY. William Ernest, author, Mayor of Albany and ex-representative Woking, Eng, July 12. in Congress from New-York, 76, Albany. Oct. 26.

HERBERT, Sir Michael Henry. British VANDERLIP, the Rev. Dr. George Mairs,

Ambassador to the United States, 46, religious author and worker, one of the

Davos Platz, Switzerland, Sept. 30. founders of Young Men's Christian As

HERRERO Y ESPINOSA, Spanish car sociation, 71, Brooklyn, Aug. 3,

dinal, 81, Valencia, Dec. 9. VAUGHN. Teresa, singer and actress, I

KOMATSU, Prince, Japanese statesman Worcester, Mass., Oct. 4.

and soldier, Yokohama, Feb. 18. WARD. Frederic A., ex-Justice New-York

| LECKY, William E H., historian, 65, Supreme Court, 62, Brooklyn, April 29. London, Oct. 22. WARREN, the Rev. Dr. E. Walpole, LEGOUVE. Gabriel J. B. E. W.. French Protestant Episcopal clergyman, 6

playwright and author, member of the Bad Gastein, Austria, July 24.

Academy, 96, Paris, March 14. WEEKS, Edwin Lord, painter, 54, Paris, LEO XIII, Roman Pontiff, 03, Rome, Nov. 17.

July 20. WHEATON, Frank, major general U. S. MACDONALD, Major General Sir Hector,

A. (retired), 70, Washington, D. C. 1 commander of British forces in Ceylon, June 18.

50, by suicide in Paris, March 20. LOR

RENOM

CECIL-aris Jan. 18. The London de Paris

hington.

MAY, Phil, illustrator and cartoonist, 39, , SHORTHOUSE Joseph Henry, English London, Aug. 5.

novelist, 68, London, March 4. MOMMSEN. Theodor. historian. 86. Char-I SPENCER, Herbert. English philosopher lottenburg, Prussia, Nov. 1.

83. Brighton, Eng., Dec. 8. PARROCHI, Lucido Maria, Roman car TETUAN, the Duke of, Spanish grandee

dinal and sub-dean of the Sacred Col and statesman, former minister for lege, 69, Rome, Jan. 15.

foreign affairs, 66, Madrid, Feb. 8. SAGASTA. Praxedes Mateo, , Spanish | VAUGHN, the Very Rev. Herbert Alfred,

statesman, Premier and parliamentary Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, leader, Madrid, Jan. 5.

Roman Catholic Primate of England, 71, SCOTT, Hugh Stowell ("'Henry Seton London, June 20. Merriman''), English novelist, London, I ZALDIVAR, Rafael, Salvadorian states Nov. 19,

man, ex-President, Paris, March 3.

ADDENDA AND ERRATA.

The schedule of ty. China agrees tons of the United statinley Johnson to be

On December 15 Secretary Root signed an order rearranging the military districts and commands of the army. There are to be hereafter four military divisions in the United States-the Atlantic, the Northern, the Pacific and the Southwestern and one division in the Philippines. The Atlantic Division will include the Department of the East, excluding Louisiana and adding Tennessee, and the Department of the Gulf. The Northern Division will include the Departments of the Lakes, of the Missouri and of Dakota. The Pacific Division will include the Departments of California and the Columbia. The Division of the Southwest will include the Departments of the Colorado and Texas, with Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and the Indian Territory added to the Department of Texas. The following division commanders have been decided upon: Atlantic Division, Major General Corbin; Northern Division, Major General Bates; Pacific Division, Major General MacArthur; Southwestern Division, Major General Sumner; Philippine Division, Major General Wade. The order becomes effective on January 15, 1904.

On December 17 President Roosevelt signed the Act of Congress making effective the commercial treaty with Cuba, and the treaty was proclaimed the same day.

The United States Senate, on December 18, ratified a commercial treaty with China. Its chief features are the extension of better protection to missionaries, the removal of the likin tax throughout China, the opening of Mouk den and An-Tung in Manchuria as places of international residence and trade, the extension of the United States international copyright laws to China, and the promise from China to establish a patent office in which the inventions of citizens of the United States may be protected. The schedule of Chinese import duties which went into effect last year is made a part of the treaty. China agrees to revise and modernize ber mining laws and to open her mineral wealth to the citizens of the United States.

The Senate, on November 17, confirmed the nomination of E. Finley Johnson to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippine Islands. Fletcher Ladd, former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines, died in Boston, December 12.

At the meeting of the Republican National Committee, in Washington, December 11. 1903. it was decided to hold the next Republican national convention at Chicago, June 21. 1904. J. N. Coombes qualified as committeeman from Florida, vice John G. Long dead and W. S. Robinson as committeeman from North Carolina, vice Jeter C. Pritchard, resigned.

Ira Ř. Allen, chairman of the Republican State committee of Vermont, died December 9.

On December 16, 1903, Mrs. Daniel Manning, of Albany, N. Y., was elected prest dent of the World's Fair board of lady managers, vice Mrs. James L. Blatr. resigned

The Rev. Dr. George D. Baker, president of the Board of Education of the Prest byterian Church, died on December 17, 1903.

On December 17, 1903, the Pope ratified the selection of the Rev. James J. Hartley as Roman Catholic bishop of Columbus, Ohio.

On December 17' Gilbert B. Deans was nominated United States Marshal for the Southern District of Alabama to fill a vacancy,

On December 17 it was announced that an agreement had been reached by Governor Taft and the Philippine religious orders for the sale to the Philippine government of the so-called friar lands. The price agreed on was $7,250,000. The lands purchased comprise 403,000 acres.

On December 17 M. Comtesse and M. Ruchet were elected President and VicePresident, respectively, of the Swiss Republic for 1904.

On December 21 George B. McClellan, Mayor-elect of New York City, resigned his seat in Congress as a Representative from the XIIth District of New-York.

On December 19 General John C. Black, of Illinois, announced his acceptance of a place in the Federal Civil Service Commission.

ERRATA. -On page 133 the total vote cast for William J. Bryan in 1900 should be 6,357,307 instead of 6,357,807.

On page 217, New Jersey election tables, "Senate of 1903" and "Assembly of 1903." mean as elected in 1903, or completed by the elections of 1903.

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Addenda and errata.....

./...379 | Chinese calendar ....

Adulterated food, federal legislation.. 82 Christian Endeavor Society ...

Agricultural statistics........... .......122 Chronological cycles

Alabama: General information.... 242-244 Churches: Officers and organization

Election tables............... .......194

or ............................253-259

Military forces.............. ..... 38 Church days and feasts...

18: ::........... 2

State officials .....

Cities of U. S.; over 25,000.......104-106

Alaska: General information

-244

Between 3,000 and 25,000..

Territorial officials ....

..234 ! Civil Service Commission...

Alaska boundary treaty....

.85-86

| Civil Service laws: Federal.

Alaska boundary award.....

....87 New-York State ......

Ambassadors and Ministers of U. S.....33 Civil War Statistics......

Ambassadors and Ministers to U. S..34, 35 Coal, rebate of duties on...

Anthracite coal strike a ward......353, 354 Coal strike award...

Anti-Imperialists, American League of: Coins and coinage: Coinage fo

National platform and candidates,

. Philippines ..

1900 ..........................10

..............157, 158 Coinage in U. S.......... .....115, 116

Anti-Trust legislation, Federal......74-76 Coins of U. S.......

Apportionment:

Hawaiian silver coinage..

. 81

Representation of States in Congress. 132 1 Values of foreign coirs..... 291, 193

Congress Districts in New Jersey....217 Colorado: General information.....242-244

Congress Districts in New-York.319, 320

Election tables .................196, 197

Appropriations by Congress, 1902-1904. 88 Military forces ...

.... 38

T ..............

Areas: Principal nations........... 294, 295 Party platforms, 1903

....163

States and Territories...........212-244 State officials ...

....235

Arizona: General information..... 212-241 Colleges and universities..

.260-272

Election tables .....

...233 | Commercial and financial statistics.111-131

Military forces ......

Congregational officers, etc.....

257

Territorial officials ....

.....234 Congress, U. S.: Appropriations of

Arkansas: General information..

-244

LVIIth, 2nd session..............

Election tables .....

.....194, 195 Laws of. LVIIth, 2nd session.....74-84

Military forces .......

......... 38

Representatives and Delegates in. .71-74

State officials .......... ........235 Treaties ratified

Army: Mexican, strength of... .....300 Senators in ...

..... 70

United States: General officers of .3438 Conjunctions of nlanets......

General staff of .....

................33. 78

Connecticut: General information..242-244

Losses in Civil War......

Election tables .................197, 198

Military academy ......

Military forces ..................... 38

Military departments and com-

State officials ....

....235

manders ...............

Constitution of the United States...23-29

National militia ....

.............. 38

1 Consular service

Consu

....................56-66

Pay table .........

| Copyright ...

* ;'.. .............100. 101

Principal officers of...

Corporations, Federal supervision of.. 75

Soldiers' homes .....

Cricket ....

......333, 334

Strength of ....

Croquet-Roque .................

......332

War college ...........

Cuba .........

296-298

Assembly of New-Jersey .... ...217, 218 Currency, kinds in circulation.. .....117

Assembly of New-York: Members.309, 3101 Paper, outstanding ...

...116

Vote for ...

......190-193 Deaths of 1903.........

379

Astronomical calculations ............3-10 Debt: U. S. debt statement....

Athletics .........................335, 336 Debts of principal nations....

Automobile racing records...

Delaware: General information....242-244

Banks: National, condition of......112, 113

Election tables ....

- Savings .......................

.....114

Military forces ......

............... 38

State banks, trust companies, etc...115 State officials.

.......235

Bankruptcy. Federal Act............98, 99 Democratic National platform and can-

Baptist officerg and organizations.256, 257

didates, 1900

.....148-151

Baseball ............ ..

.......327-331

Democratic party, National organiza-

Basket ball .................

........339

tion .............................160

Bicycling ....

....338, 339 State committee chairmen....

Billiards ....

....344 State platforms of 1903.....

Bowling .......

335 Departments, executive, U. S.;

Cabinet, the,.

30 Agriculture.

Cabinet chiefs.

.138-141

Commerce and Labor.

Calendar .........

.....11-22 The Interior..

California: General information.... 242-244 Justice ......

Election tables .....

......195, 196

The Navy ..

Military forces ....................

Postoffice ....

State officials ........

......235

State ................... ...

Carnegie Institution ...

.....272 The Treasury .....

Census: Population of cities........104-110 War

Population of States, etc., 1900.103, 104 Dinlomatic service, U. S...

Population of States, 1800_1900..242, 243 Dinlomats accredited to U. S.

Population of United States.....103, 104 District attorneys, U. S......

Ponulation of principal countries. 294, 295 Divorce lawg ..............

Sex, nativity, race, illiteracy..103, 104 | Eclipses ...

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Education: Carnegie Institution.. .272 Immigration, legislation regulating ....
Colleges and universities....... -272 Immigration statistics ...,

...123
General education board....... .274 | Imports and exports, U. S...119-123. 127
Peabody education fund....

273 On

1 Of principal nations ....
Rhodes Oxford scholarships.... .273 Indian service ............
University extension .

.273 Indiana: General information......242-244
Embassies and legations, U. S........

Election tables ................202, 203
Foreign, in U. S..................

54

Military forces ...................... 38
Ember days .................

State officials .......................230
Elections: Elections in States......169-234

Industries and products, U. S.; census
Election in New-York State.....169-193
Elections in New-York City......368-371 Insular dependencies..............14

.............125, 126

:.141-144
Electoral college ......................132 Interest laws.....................

.248
Representation in ....

....132

Internal revenue statistics......
Votes for President, 1789-1901...133, 135

Interstate Commerce Commission.....
English Derby winners.....

342

Iowa: General information........242-244
Episcopal sees and bishops, Protest-

Election tables.................

3, 204
ant .............
..............253, 254

Military forces.
Eras......

Party platforms, 1903

163.

164
Executive departments ..

State officials...

236
Executive officers, U. S..... ...30-32

Isthmuan Canal...

302
Executive officers, U. S., 1789-1903. 138-142

Treaty with Colombia.

.. 87
Expenditures, U. S., 1903..,

::.......125
Treaty with Panana.....

301, 302
i Expenditures, U. S., 1870-1903... 124, 125

Jewish calendar.........

.... -
Expenditures, principal nations..294, 295

Judiciary and courts of U

...67-69
Exports and imports, U. S....119-123, 127

Increase of salaries.........

.... 82
O principal nations.............294, 295

Kansas: General information. 242-244
Failures in United States.............374

Election tables..............

.204-206
Farmerg' Alliance and Industrial Union:

Military forces.............. ........ 38
National Platform, 1900. ........156, 157

State officials....

...236, 237
Fencing ............................346

Kentucky: General information.... 242-244
Financial and commercial statistics. 111-131

Election tables....... .......206, 2077
Florida: General information......242-244

Military forces.......
Election tables .....................198

Party platforms, 1903...........164, 165
Military forces, ....

State officials............

.237
State officials ....
Football ......

Kings County: Officials...... ......370 |

Vote in 1903.....................368-370
Foreign: Area, population, trade prin

Labor laws, U. S.....

.99, 100
cipal nations ................234, 235
Cuba

....236-298
| Lacrosse ........

333
.......;
Embassies and legations in U. S...34, 35
tione in U. S...34, 35
Lawn tennis.....

331, 332
Heads of nations.....

... 292
Learned societies, American.

281-287
Mexico

Library of Congress.......... ......... 33
.............

Livestock
.300, 301

diseases..........
Panama .......
| Foreign carrying trade,

193 Lockouts and strikes............
Foreign trade of U. S.

.119-122

Loan and trust companies.............115
Fraternal societies .....

287-291 Louisiana: General information....242-244
Game laws .........

.350, 351 Election tables.................. 207, 208
General Education Board ..., .. 82, 274

Military forces....................... 38
General staff. U. S. army.... .33, 781 State officials........................ 237
Georgia: General information, 242-244 Louisiana Purchase Exposition....305, 306
Election tables ...

198-200 | Lutheran Church Council.... ....257
Military forces ....

.... 38 | Maine: General information........242-244
State officials ....

235, 236 Election tables.................. 208, 209
Gold: Production of U.
....128, 129 Military forces..................

.... 38
World's production of... ......128, 1291 State officials......
Coins of U. S.........

116 Marine Corps: Principal officers......
Coins of foreign nations..

2, 293 1 Increase in ...
Coinage of U. S.....

15 | Marriage and divorce laws.......
Coinage of foreign nations.....

93 | Marshals of the US...
Golf ...
332, 333 | Maryland: General information,

42-244
Government, U, S.......

...30-144 Election tables......
Government printing office... ...... 33

Military forces.....

.... 38
Grand Army of the Republic

275 | Party platforms, 1903................165
Guam ..............

....144 State officials... ..........
Handball ........ .. ..
.339 Masonic order....

282, 283
Hawaii: General information... -244 ) Massachusetts: General information.
Military forces ......

Election tables..................2
Territorial officials ...,

.236 Military forces......
Hawaiian silver coinage...

Party platforms, 1903...

33. 166
Hockey ................

.344 State officials........
Holidays, legal ...........

249, 250 1 Merchant vessels: Largest ........303, 304
Horse racing ......

.340-342 Methodist Episcopal bishops, associa-
Idaho: General information.. ... 242-244

tions, etc...................... 254, 2553
Election tables ,...

* 200 Mexico ....

: ............ 298 300
Military forces .........

::: 39 Michigan: General information... .242-244
State officials ....

....236 Election tables..................210, 211
Inilirois: General information 242 241 Military forces....................... 30
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200-202 State officials.......

....237
1. Military forces ....

.. 38 Military Academy, West Poin .... 39
State officials .....
.236 ' Militia: The nationalized ..

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