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bers of the douma. It is only to the power which | Dec. 22, 1906–Count Alexis Ignatieff assassinated gave the first electoral law-the historic power of at Tver. the czar--that the right of abrogating that law | Jan. 3. 1907-Maj.-Gen. von der Launitz, prefec: and replacing it by a new law belongs.

of police in St. Petersburg, shot and killed. "God has given us the power of the czar over | Jan. 9-Lieut.-Gen. Vladimir Pavloff, military proc. our people. It is before His throne we shall answer urator. shot and killed in St. Petersburg for the destinies of the Russian state, Believing Jan. 10-Col. Patko Andrieff, chief of gendarmes, this, we have made a firm resolution to carry on shot and killed at Lodz, to ihe end the great work begun by us of the Jan. 12-In a fight between terrorists and police reformation of Russia.

in St. Petersburg two inspectors and two police"We give Russia a new electoral law and order

men are killed its promulgation in the senate. From our faithful | Jan. 17-M Krollan chief of the rural adminis

s we look for united and vigorous service tration at Smolensk, killed by a schoolboy. in the direction indicated by us for the country | Jan, 30-M. Guidema, governor of a political prison whose sons have been in all times the firm support in St. Petersburg shot and killed. of its strength, its greatness, and its glory.

Feb. 8-S. Alexandrovsky, governor of Penza, shot "Given at Peterhof.

NICHOLAS."

and killed by terrorist. NEW ELECTORAL LAW.

Feb. 23—Col. von Gesseberg, chief of police in The new electoral law arbitrarily reduced the

Odessa, injured by bomb. deputations from the four eastern provinces, Vy

March 4-Prison Inspector Kolbe shot and killed atka, Perm, Ufa and Orenburg, anıt the Siberian

by revolutionists at Ufa. provinces Tobolsk, Tomsky, Ukutsk and Yeniseisk,

March 7-The University of Moscow robbed of $20,which returned radical deputies to the preceding

000 by armed men; a sergeant of police killed. doumas. from fifty-four to forty. It decreased the

March 7-Gen. Neplueff, commandant of the fortPolish contingent from thirty-six to twelve, the

ress at Sebastopol, injured by bomb explosion. Caucasians from twenty-nine to ten, and complete

March 7-Bomb thrown at Prince Argutynski in ly disenfranchised until further orders the radical

Warsaw. population of several districts in Central Asia. On

March 9-Local revenue officials at Kutais robbed the other hand, it selected Pskov, Kiev city and

of $7,000 by bandits; two policemen, a driver and other constituencies returning conservatives in the

an official killed by bomb thrown by robbers. last elections for an increase and provided for

May 17-Forty-five officials and work men in spinspecial representation for the conservative Russian

ning mills at Lodz shot by Cossacks. population of Vilna and Kovna provinces on the

May 20-Superintendent of police of Odessa and Polish frontier. As a result of these various changes the new douma had 442 members instead

two detectives killed and seven persons injured of 524. Of twenty-four towns formerly electing

by explosion of infernal machine. representatives directly to the douma only seven,

June 17–Torpedo fired at Rear-Admiral Wiren in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Warsaw, Kiev, Lodz,

Black sea near Sebastopol. Odessa and Riga, retained their direct representa

June 17-Seventy men killed or wounded in mution. To increase the representation of the con

tiny of sappers at Kiev. servative land owners the election of one land

June 26-Resignation of Charles von Schwanenowner was made arbitrary. It is specifically pro

bach, controller of the empire, accepted. vided that peasant deputies must be house owners,

June 26-Treasury wagon at Tiflis blown to pieces personally engaged in agriculture,

with bomb and $125,000 stolen; two Cossack STATISTICS OF REVOLUTION.

guards killed.

June 29-Incendiary movement among peasants in The St. Petersburg Slovo published statistics

revenge for dissolution of the douma reported Sept. 12, 1907, regarding the revolutionary move from Tula; many estates devastated. ment. prepared by the noted Russian statistician, July 16-Gen. Alikhanoff, former governor-general Dr. zadanKONI, whereby the total number of Vic of Tiflis, and two others killed at Alexandropol tims of the "dramatic epidemic'' was placed at

by explosion of bomb. 47.020, of whom 19,144 were killed. It was further

July 27-Five men given prison sentences for com. shown that 2,381 sentences of death were carried plicity in the anti-Jewish attacks at Bialystok out, that 1.350 prisoners committed suicide, and in June, 1906. that 21,405 persons were wounded. The largest Aug. 1-Thirty men killed or wounded in strike loss of life, 12,953, resulted from encounters with

riots at Lodz. the soldiers or police. The anti-Jewish riots num Aug. 5 Gen. Karakozoff, ex-governor-general of bered 7,962 and there were 4,540 anti-Armenian

Odessa, shot and killed at Piatigorsk. riots and 2,193 mutinies. The agrarian disorders Aug. 26-Col. Ivanhoff, governor of the Wiborg were comparatively insignificant, only 533. The military prison, assassinated in St. Petersburg. revolutionists assassinated 83 generals or govern Aug. 29-Three persons sentenced to death and ors, 61 prefects and 8,079 officials of various ranks.

· others to imprisonment for alleged conspiracy to The geographical distribution of the victims was kill the czar. as follows:

Aug. 29-Matsushenko, leader of Kniaz Potemkin European Russia... 20,611 | Poland . I Poland .............. 4.385

mutiny, hanged at Sebastopol. Caucasus ........... 7,394 Southwest Poland.. 7,433 Sept. 2-Three Jews killed and hundreds wounded Finland and Bal Siberia

.. 2,268

by "black hundred" in Odessa. tic provinces...... 4,929 !

Oct. 1-Prince Peter A. Kropotkin, socialist leader, RECORD OF EVENTS.

arrested at Luga.. Following is a record, chronologically arranged, Oct. 29–The conservatives win in election for the of the chief events, other than those relating to third douma... the douma, occurring in Russia from December, Oct. 30-Several persons killed in a fight with 1906, to December, 1907:

mutinous sailors in the harbor of Vladivostok. CHINESE BOXER INDEMNITY SURRENDERED.

O prefecta ssassinategnificant, Sca

June 17. 1907, President Roosevelt notified the agreed to pay this country in satisfaction thereof. Chinese minister that, with the approval of con The difference was officially fixed at $27,000,000. gress, the United States would voluntarily relin The Chinese emperor cabled his thanks to Presiquish the difference between the total expenses dent Roosevelt June 24 for having taken the lead and claims incurred in the suppression of the in a matter of international justice. Boxer revolt of 1900 and the amount which China

EARTHQUAKE IN MEXICO. Several cities in Mexico suffered severely from tepec, Tiapa, Guerrero and Acapulco. In Chilpan. earthquake shocks April 14 and 15, 1907. More than cingo, a town of 8,000 inhabitants, thirty-eight per100 lives were lost and the damage to property sons were killed and only the city hall and twenty was very great. The towns most seriously affected houses were left standing. Damage amounting to were Chilpancingo, Chilapa, Tixtla, Ayutla, Ome- | $2.000.000 was done at Chilapa.

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GEORGE VON L. MEYER JAMES R. SARFIELD THE PRESIDENT AND HIS CABINET.

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Corrected to Dec. 20, 1907.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

AUDITORS.
President-Theodore Roosevelt (N. Y.).......$50,000

Auditor for the Treasury Department-WilSecretary to the President-William Loeb,

liam E. Andrews (Neb.).. Jr. (N. Y.).....................................

Deputy-S. J. Abbott (Del.)....

.... 2,500 Vice-President-Charles W. Fairbanks (Ind.). 12,000

Auditor for War Department-Benjamin F. United States District Marshal-Aulick Palm

Harper (Ind.)......

4,000 er (D. C.).....

Deputy-Edward P. Seeds (0.)......
6,000
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2,500 Auditor for the Interior Department-R. S. Person (S. D.).....

4,000 DEPARTMENT OF STATE. Deputy-James B. Belt (Md.).....

2,500 Secretary-Elihu Root (N. Y.)......

Auditor for the Navy Department-R.

....$12,000 Assistant Secretary-Robert Bacon (N. Y.)... 4,500

ler (0.).........

4,000 Second Assistant Secretary-Alvey A. A

Deputy-Byron J. Price (Wis.).....

2,500 (D. C.)........

Auditor for the State and Other Departments Third Assistant Secretary-Huntington Wii

-Caleb R, Layton (Del.)...........

4.000 son (Ill.)........................

Deputy-George W. Esterly (Minn.).....

4.500 . ..........

..

2,500

.... Solicitor James Brown Scott (Cal.).

Auditor for the Postoffice Department-Ernst

4,500 Assistant Solicitors-William C

G. Timme (Wis.)...

.... 4,000 (Ind.). J. Reuben Clark (Utah)...

3,000
Deputy-Charles H. Keating (0.)......

2,500 Chief Clerk--Charles Denby (Ind.)..

3,000

Deputy-Charles A. McGonagle (Ind.)........ 2,500 Law Clerk-James T. Du Bois (Pa.)...

2,500

TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES. Chief of Diplomatic Bureau-Sydney Y. Smith

Treasurer-Charles H. Treat (N. Y.)......... (D. C.)..................

Assistant Treasurer-J. F. Meline (D. C.).... 3,600 Chief Consular Bureau-H. C. Hengstler (0.). 2.250 Deputy Assistant Treasurer-Gideon C. Bantz Chief of Bureau of Indexes and Archives

3,200 John R. Buck (Me.).........

2,1 Supt. Nat. Bank Red. Div.-Thos. E. Rogers. 3,500 Chief of Bureau of Accounts-Thomas Morri

COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. son (N. Y.)..................

2,300 Comptroller-William Barrett Ridgely (111.).. 5,000 Chief of Bureau of Rolls and Library-Wil.

Deputy-Thomas P. Kane (D. C.)............ 3,000 liam McNeir (Mich.)......

2,100 *

............... Chief of Bureau of Appointments-Charles

COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. Ray Dean (I11.).....

Commissioner-Pearl Wight (La.)....

6.000 Chief of Bureau of Citizenship-Gaillard

Deputy--Robert Williams, Jr. (N. Y.).... 4,000 Hunt (La.).........

2,100
Deputy-James C. Wheeler (Mich.)...

3,600 Chief of Bureau of Trade Relations-John

DIRECTOR OF THE MINT. Ball Osborne (Pa.).....

Director-Frank A. Leach (Cal.)..... ... 4,500 Translators-John S. Martin, Jr. (Pa.); fred Stevens (Minn.)..

2,100

. WAR DEPARTMENT.
Private Secretary to Secretary of State-E.
J. Babcock (N. Y.)....

Secretary-William H. Taft (0.)..............$12,000
Assistant Secretary--Robert Shaw Oliver

.. 4,500 TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

Secretary to Secretary of War-Fred W Secretary-George B. Cortelyou_(N. Y.)......$12,000

penter (Cal.)..

.... 2,500

Chief Clerk John C. Scofield............ Secretary to the Secretary-H. 0. Weavo er (0.).......

GENERAL STAFF. Assistant Secretary-Jas. B. Reynolds (Mass.) 4.500

Chief of Staff-Brig.-Gen. J. Franklin Bell. Assistant Secretary-John H. Edwards (0.).. 4,500 Secretary-Capt. R. E. L. Micbie. Asst. Secretary--Beekman Winthrop (N. Y.). 4,500 Assistant to Chief of Staff-Maj. Gen. William P. Chief Clerk-W. W. Ludlow (Minn.)...

3,000 Duvall. Chief of Appointment Division-Charles Ly

Chief of Artillery-Brig.-Gen. Arthur Murray. man (Conn.).....

2,750 Chief of Warrants Division-W. F. Maclen

ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. nan (D. C.)..

Adjutant-General-Maj.-Gen. F. C. Ainsworth. Chief of Public Moneys Division-Eugene B. Assistants-Brig.-Gen. W. P. Hall, Col. H. P. Mc. Daskam (Conn.)....

2,50

Cain, Col. H. 0. S. Heistand, Col. George AnChief of Customs Division-James L. Gerry

drews, Col. W. A. Simpson, Col. James T. Kerr, 2.750

Maj. Eugene F. Ladd. Chief of Revenue Cutter Division-Worth G

Chief Clerk-Jacob Frech. Ross (N. Y.)......

2,500

INSPECTOR-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. Chief of Stationery, Printing and Blanks Di.

Inspector-General-Brig.-Gen. E. A. Garlington. vision-George Simmons (D. C.)....

2,500

Assistants--Col. s. C. Mills, Col. John L. ChamChief of Loans and Currency Division-an

berlain, Col. George F. Chase. drew T. Huntington (Mass.).................. 3,000 Chief Clerk-Warren H. Orcutt. SUPERVISING ARCHITECT'S OFFICE

JUDGE-ADVOCATE GENERAL'S OFFICE. Supervising Architect-Jas. K, Taylor (Pa.). 4,500

Judge-Advocate General-Brig.-Gen. G. B. Davis. BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING.

Assistants-Col. Enoch H. Crowder, Col. Edgar S. Director-Thomas J. Sullivan (D. C.)......... 4,500

Dudley.
Assistant Director-Joseph E. Ralph (111.)... 3,000 Chief Clerk-Lewis W. Call.
Superintendent Engraving Division-John R.
H ill (N. Y.)....................................

SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT.
LIFE-SAVING SERVICE.

Commissary-General-Brig.-Gen. Harry G. Sharpe.

Assistants-Col. E. E. Dravo, Col. A. L. Smith, General Superintendent-S. I. Kimball (Me.). 4,500

Col. J. N. Allison.
Assistant-Oliver M. Maxam (Ind.)........... • 2,500

Chief Clerke-Emmet Hamilton.
REGISTER OF THE TREASURY.

QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.
Register-W. T. Vernon (Kas.)...........

4.000 Assistant-Cyrus F. Adams (ill.)............. 2,500

Quartermaster-General-Brig.-Gen. James B. Ale

shire. COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY.

Assistants-Col. James M. Marshall, Col. C. A. H. Comptroller-Robert J. Tracewell (Ind.).. 5,500 McCauley, Col. John L. Clem. Col. William S. Assistant-Leander P. Mitchell (Ind.)..... 4,500 Patten, Col. John W. Pullman, Col. James W. Chief Clerk-C. M. Foree (Ky.)......

2,500 Pope. Chief Law Clerk-W. W. Warwick (0.)...... 2.500 | Chiet Clerk-Henry D. Saxton.

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. Surgeon-General-Brig.-Gen. Robert M. O'Reilly. Assistants-Col. Charles L. Heizmann, Col. Joseph

B. Girard, Col. William C. Gorgas, Col. P. F.
Harvey, Col. C. B. Burne, Col. Valery Havard,
Col. John Van R. Hoff, Col. George W. Adair,

Col. L. M. Maus.
Chief Clerk-George A. Jones.

PAY DEPARTMENT.
Paymaster-General-Brig.-Gen. Culver C. Sniffen.
Assistants-Col. Charles H. Whipple. Col. W. H.

Comegys, Col. W. F. Tucker.
Chief Clerk-William Manley.

SIGNAL OFFICE.
Chief Signal Officer-Brig.-Gen. James Allen.
Assistant-Col. Richard E. Thompson.
Disbursing Officer-Capt. George 0. Gibbs.
Chief Clerk-Herbert S. Flynn.

CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
Chief of Engineers-Brig.-Gen. A. Mackenzie.
Assistants-Col. G. J. Lydecker, Col. M. B. Ad-
ams, Col. H. M. Adams, Col. E. L. B. Davis,
Col. D. W. Lockwood, Col. E. H. Ruffner, Col.
C. B. Sears, Col. J. G. D. Knight, Col. R. L.
Hoxie, Col. W. L. Marshall.
Chief Clerk-P. J. Dempsey.

PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. Officer in Charge-Col. Charles S. Bromwell.

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. Chief of Ordnance-Brig.-Gen. William Crozier. Assistants-Col. A. H. Russell, Col. S. E. Blunt,

Col. Frank Heath. Col. D. A. Lyle, Col. James

Rockwell, Col. Rogers Burnie. Chief Clerk-John J. Cook.

BUREAU OF INSULAR AFFAIRS. Chief of Bureau-Brig.-Gen. Clarence R. Edwards. Assistant-Maj. Frank McIntyre. Chief Clerk-Adolphus D. Wilcox. Law Officer-Paul Charlton.

BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERING. Chief_Engineer in Chief C. W. Rae; assistant, Capt. A. F. Dixon; Commanders W. W. White, T. C. Fenton, W. M. Parks, R. S. Griffin, F. C. Bieg, B. C. Bryan and H. P. Norton, LieutenantCommanders W. S. Smith, C. W. Dyson and C. N. Offey, Lieuts. W. H. Reynolds and J. B. Gilmer.

BUREAU OF SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS. Chief-Paymaster-General E. B. Rogers; assistant,

Pay Inspector J. S. Carpenter; Pay Inspector J. A. Mudd, Paymasters C. Conard, G. P. Dyer. C. J. Peoples and D. W. Nesbit, Past Assistant Paymasters F. R. Holt and D. C. Crowell, Assistant Paymaster F. H. Atkinson.

BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Chief-Surgeon-General P. M. Rixey; assistant,

Surgeon W. C. Braisted; Surgeons F. L. Pleadwell and W. H. Bell, Pharmacists C. E. Reynolds and H. Henry.

OFFICE OF THE JUDGE-ADVOCATE GENERAL. Judge-Advocate General of the Navy-Capt. S.

B. Diehl; Commanders W. 0. Hulme, B. W. Wells and H. Phelps, Captain of Marines E. E. West.

OFFICE OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. Chief-Capt. R. P. Rodgers; Lieutenant-Command

ers R. R. Belknap, H. H. 'Hough, F. A. Traut, R. K. Crank and H. H. Whittlesey (retired), Lieuts. J. P. Jackson and H. P. McIntosh (re. tired).

HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE. Hydrographer-Commander C. C. Rogers;. Com. manders H. H. Barroll (retired), H. Kimmell (retired) and H. Vail (retired), Lieutenant-com. mander G. F. Cooper.

NAVAL EXAMINING BOARD. President-Rear-Admiral A. R. Couden; Capt. E. K. Moore, Commander F. H. Eldridge.

NAVAL MEDICAL EXAMINING BOARD. Medical Directors-A. F. Price, president; D. Dickinson and W. A. McClurg.

NAVAL RETIRING BOARD. President-Rear-Admiral A. R. Couden; Capt. E.

K. Moore, Commander Frank H. Eldridge; medical directors, D. Dickinson and T. H. Streets.

NAVAL OBSERVATORY. Superintendent-Rear-Admiral A. Walker; Com.

manders A. G. Winterhalter and E. E. Hayden, Professors of Mathematics-A. N. Skinner, M. Updegraff, W. S. Eichelberger and F. B. Littell.

BOARD OF INSPECTION AND SURVEY. President-Capt. R. Clover; Capts. T. C. McLean,

W. H. H. Southerland, Commanders I. S. K. " Reeves and C. C. Marsh, Major of Marines A.

S. McLemore, Naval Constructor R. Stocker, Lieutenant-Commander E. W. Eberle.

UNITED STATES NAVAL MEDICAL SCHOOL. Medical Director-J. J. Wise, commanding; Sur.

geons E. R. Stitt, E. J. Grow and H. C. Curl, Passed Assistant Surgeons C. St. C. Butler and 0. J. Mink, Lieutenant-Commander D. L. Wilson (retired), Pharmacist E. R. Noyes.

NAVAL DISPENSARY.
Medical Director-W. S. Dixon.

GENERAL INSPECTORS OF PAY CORPS.
Pay Director-Leeds C. Kerr.
Pay Inspector-Thomas H. Hicks.

HEADQUARTERS MARINE CORPS.
Brigadier-General Commandant-George F. Elliott.
Aids-Capt. R. S. Hooker and First Lieut. R. B.

Putnam. Adjutant and Inspector-Col. C. H. Lauchheimer. Assistant Adjutant and Inspectors-Majs. R. H.

Lane and A. S. McLemore. Quartermaster-Col. F. L. Denny. Assistant Quartermasters-Lieut.-Col. T. C. Prince.

Maj. C. L. McCawley and P. F. Archer. Paymaster-Col. G. C. Goodloe. Assistant Paymaster-Lieut.-Col. George Richards,

STATE, WAR AND NAVY DEPARTMENT BUILDING. Superintendent-First Lieutenant J. H. Poole.

corps of engineers, U, S. A.

NAVY DEPARTMENT. Secretary-Victor H. Metcalf (Cal.)..........$12,000 Assistant Secretary-Truman H. Newberry (M ich.) ........................

4,500 Chief Clerk-F. S. Curtis (0.).....

3,000 Private Secretary-Roy H. Moses (Pa.)....... 2,500

OFFICE OF ADMIRAL OF THE NAVY.
Admiral of the Navy-George Dewey.
Aid-Commander S. S. Wood.
Secretary-Lieut. John W. Crawford.

BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS.
Chief Civil Engineer-R. C. Hollyday.
Civil Engineers-F. T. Chambers, H. R. Stanford,
P. L. Reed, F. R. Harris and A. L. Parsons.

BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT. Chief-Rear-Admiral W. S. Cowles; Capt. W. F. Halsey. Commanders B. T. Walling, G. W. Denfeld and V. S. Nelson, Lieutenant-Commanders W. A. Moffett and L. S. Thompson, Lieuts. C. R. Miller and J. J. Hyland.

BUREAU OF NAVIGATION. Chief-Rear-Admiral W. H. Brownson; assistant,

Commander Cameron McR. Winslow; Commanders R. T. Mulligan, W. S. Sims and H. B. Wilson, Lieutenant-Commanders G.' B. Bradshaw, C. L. Hussey and D. F. Sellers, Lieuts. N. L. Jones, W. C. Watts and R. D. White.

BUREAU OF ORDNANCE. Chief-Rear-Admiral N. E. Mason; assistant, Capt.

C. W. Bartlett; Commanders W. I. Chambers and E. Simpson, Lieutenant-Commanders v. 0. Chase, C. A. Brand. G. W. Williams and C. B. Price, Lieuts. T. C. Hart, W. McDowell and C. Wells.

BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR. Chief Constructor-W. L. Capps. Naval Constructors-J. H. Linnard, D. W. Taylor,

R. Stocker, F. B. Zahm, D. C. Nutting, Jr., S.

F. Smith and R. H. Robinson.' Assistant Naval Constructors-H. Williams and

W. McEntee.

COMMERCE AND LABOR DEPARTMENT. Secretary-Oscar S. Straus (N. Y).............$12,000 Assistant Secretary-Lawrence O. Murray (N. Y.)....

............. 5,000 Chief Clerk-F. H. Bowen (Mass.)............ 3,000

BUREAU OF CORPORATIONS. Commissioner-Herbert K. Smith (Mass.) 5,000 Deputy Commissioner-Edward Dana Durand (C a l.) .........................................

3,500 Chief Clerk-Warren R. Choate (Md.)........ 2,000

BUREAU OF MANUFACTURES. Chief-John M. Carson (Pa.).....

4,000 Assistant Chief- Edgar J. Gibson (N.

2,500 BUREAU OF LABOR. Commissioner-Charles P. Neil (D. C.).

5,000 Chief Clerk-G. W. W. Hanger (Miss.)....... 2,500

LIGHTHOUSE BOARD. President (ex officio)-Oscar S. Straus. Chairman-Rear-Admiral George C. Reiter, U. S. N. Members-Col. W. S. Franklin, Col. Amos Stick

ney, Dr. H. S. Pritchett, Capt. Albert Ross,

Maj. Harry F. Hodges.
Naval Secretary-Capt. Uriel Sebree. U. S. N.
Engineer Secretary-Maj. Thos. L. Casey, I

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS.
Director-S. N. D. North (Mass.).....

...... $6.000 Chief Clerk-William S. Rossiter (N. Y.).. • 2,500

COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY. Superintendent-O. H. Tittmann (Mo.)..... 5,000 Asst. Superintendent-F. W. Perkins (N. Y 4,000

BUREAU OF STATISTICS. Chief-Oscar P. Austin (D. C.)........

4,000 Chief Clerk-J. N. Whitney (Me.)............ 2,250

STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION SERVICE. Supervising Inspector-General-George Uhler

3,500

2,000 FISHERIES. Commissioner-G. M. Bowers (W. Va.)... 5,000 Deputy Commissioner-H. M. Smith (D. C. • 3,000

BUREAU OF NAVIGATION. Commissioner-E. T. Chamberlain (N. Y.)... 4,000 Deputy Commissioner-T. B. Sanders (Mass

cers (Mass.) 2,400 BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Commissioner-General-F. P. Sargent (111.)... 5,000 Chief Clerk-F. H. Larned (Md.)............. 2,750

BUREAU OF STANDARDS. Director-s. W. Stratton (I11.)..

5,000 Secretary-H. D. Hubbard (111.)........

2,000

Chiet Clerk-William F. Gatcheli (0.).....

3,500

er Division-Fri:

Superintendent City Free-Delivery Service-
E. H. Thorp (Vt.).....

..... $3,000 Assistant Superintendent City Free-Delivery Service-W. H. Haycock (Ď. C.)......

..... 2,000 OFFICE SECOND ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL. Second Assistant Postmaster-General-James T. McCleary (Minn.)......

........ 4,500 Chief Clerk John H. Holliday (O.)........... 2,500 Superintendent of Railway Adjustments

Joseph Stewart (Mo.)......................... 2,500 Assistant Superintendent of Railway Adjust

ments and Law Clerk-Jos. 0. Porter (Pa.). 2,250 Chief Division of Inspection-James B. Cook (Md.) .......

. .......... 2.000 Chief Division of Contracts-E. P. Rhoderick (III.) ............ .

..... 2,000 Chief Division Mail Equipment-Thomas P.

Graham (N. Y.)............................... 2,000 General Superintendent Railway Mail Service -Alexander Grant (Mich)........

4,000 Assistant General Superintendent Railway

Mail Service-George F. Stone (N. Y.)....... 3,500 Chief Clerk Railway Mail Service-A. A. Fisher (Vt.)....................................

2.000 Superintendent Foreign Mails-N. M. Brooks (Va) ...............

..... 3,000

3,000 Assistant Superintendent Foreign MailsEdwin Sands (N. Y.)........

2,500 Chief Clerk Foreign Mails-R. L. Maddox

(n .) .......................................... 2,000 OFFICE THIRD ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL. Third Assistant Postmaster-General-Abraham L. Sawshe (Ind.).....

... 4,500 Chief Clerk-Arthur M. Travers (Mich.)...... 2,500 Superintendent of Money-Order Division

Edward F. Kimball (Mass.)..
Chief Clerk of Money-Order Division-Frank
H. Rainey (D. C.)....

2,250 Superintendent Registry System-Clarence H. Buckler (Md.).......

3,500 Superintendent Division of Finance-Harry 6. Thompson (N. J.)....

2,250 Superintendent Division of Stamps-William C. Fitch (N. Y.)........

2,500 Superintendent Classification Division-Harwood M. Bacon (Mich.)......

2,750 Chief Redemption Division-Edward McCauley (D. C.)......

2,000 Postal Card Agent-Maj. w. P. Zantzinger (D. C.)......

2.500 Stamped Envelope Agent-William W. Barre (Neb.) .......

..... 2,500 OFFICE FOURTH ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL. Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General-P. V. DeGraw (Pa.)................. .......

4,500 Chief Clerk-Charles A. Conrard (Ky.)....... 2,500 Superintendent Rural Free-Delivery ServiceW. R. Spilman (Kas.)....

3,000 Superintendent of Postoffice Supplies-Richard P. Covert (Wis.).........

2,500 Superintendent Dead-Letter office-James R. Young (Pa.).......

2,500 Dalzell (N. Y.)....

1,800 Topographer-A. von Haake (N. Y.)......... 2,750 OFFICE OF AUDITOR FOR POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT. Auditor-Ernest G. Timme (Wis.)....

4,000 Deputy Auditors-Charles H. Keating (0.) and Charles A. McGonagle (Ind.).....

2,500 Chief Clerk-John B. Sleman (Ill.)........ 2,000 Law Clerk-Charles A. Kram (Pa.)...... 2,000 Disbursing Clerk-B. W. Holman (Wis.)..... 2,000 Chief Collecting Division-Thos. Ellis (Md.) 2,000 Chief Bookkeeping Division-D. W. Duncan

(Pa.) ........ ............................... 2,000 Chief Pay Division-A. M. McBath (Tenn.). 2.000 Chief Inspecting Division-B. A. Allen (Kas.) 2.000 Chief Checking Division-M. M. Holland (D. C.)....

2.000 Chief Foreign Division-D. N. Burbank (N.Y.) 2,000 Chief Recording Division-W. S. Belden

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POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT. Postmaster-General-George von L. Meyer (Mass.)

......$12,000 Chief Clerk and Superintendent-Merritt o. Chance (Ill.)........

......... 3,000 Private Secretary to Postmaster-GeneralJohn A. Holmes (D. C.)..... (0: 0 )......................

2,500 Assistant to Chief Clerk and Superintendent -George G. Thomson (Mich.)......

2,000 Assistant Attorney-General for the P. 0. -Russell P. Goodwin (111.).......

4,500 Assistant Attorney-Paul N. Keyser (Iowa).

2,750 Purchasing Agent-Wm. E. Cochran (Col.).. 4,000 Chief Clerk to Purchasing Agent-Oliver H. Briggs (Ga.)......

2,000 Chief Postoffice Inspector-William J. Vickery (Ind.)......

............ 4,000 Chief Clerk, Division Postoffice Inspectors

Theodore Ingalls (Ky.)....................... 2,000 Appointment ēlerk-George S. Paull (0.).... 2.000 Disbursing Clerk-William M. Mooney (O.).. 2,250

OFFICE FIRST ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL. First Assistant Postmaster-General-Frank H. Hitchcock (Mass.)......

5,000 Chief Clerk-Charles P. Grandfield (Mo.)... 2,500 Superintendent of Salaries and Allowances

Č. M. Waters (Col.)..................... 4,000 Assistant Superintendent of Salaries and Allowances-E. T. Bushnell (Conn.)...

2,250 Superintendent Division Appointments--Bay ard Wyman (Mich.).....

3,000 Assistant Superintendent Division Appoint ments-C. P. Dickey (0.)......

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Chief "Assorting Division-Lee M. Lipscomb

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