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NEW MEXICO (TERRITORY)--CAPITAL, SANTA FE. Ofice.

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1 Term. 1 Term ends. Salary .. William J. Mills........ 14 years.. (January 14, 1912.. | $3,000 ......... | Nathan Jatra........... 14 years.. January 14, 1912.. 1,800 Territorial officials Republicans.

NEW YORK--CAPITAL, ALBANY. full list of New-York State officials, see “New-York State Governmeat."

NORTH CAROLINA-CAPITAL, RALEIGH. .............. Wm. W. Kitchin.......14 yearg.. January, 1913... $3,000 int-Governor ... Wm. C. Newland..... 14 years.. January, 1913... y of State...... J. Bryan Grimes... 14 years.. January, 1913... 2,000

B. F. Dixon....... 14 years.. January 1913... 1,500

.B. R. Lacy...... .. 14 years.. January1913... 3,000 -General ...... W. T. Bickett.... ....14 years.. January, 1913... 2,000 State officials Democrats.

NORTH DAKOTA-CAPITAL, BISMARCK.
....John Burke......

2 years.. January, 1911... $3,000 int-Governor ... R. S. Lewis..

2 years.. January, 1911... 1,000 i of state...... Alfred Blaisdell

2 years.. January, 1911... 2,000 D. K. Brightbili

years.. January, 1911... 2,000 T .......... G. L. Bickford.....

years.. January, 1911... 2,000 -General ...... Andrew Miller..

2 years.. January, 1911... 2,000 e Commissioner. E. C. Cooper......

2 years.. January, 1911... 2,000 blic Instruction. W. L. Stockwell..... 12 years.. January, 1911... 2,000 Agr. and Labor | w. C. Gilbreath.... .. 2 years.. January, 1911... 2,000 State officials Republicang except Governor, Democrat.

OHIO-CAPITAL, COLUMBUS.

Judson Harmon......... 12 years.. January, 1911.... | $8,000 nt-Governor ... Francis W. Treadway

2 years.. January, 1911... 1 of State... Carmi A. Thompson.. 2 years.. January, 1911... 4,000

E. M. Fullington....... 4 years.. January, 1913... 4,800 . S. Creamer.....

2 years.. January, 1911... 4,600 -General V. G. Denman....

2 years.. January, 1911... 4,800 State officials Republicans except Governor and Treasurer, Democrats.

OKLAHOMA CAPITAL, GUTHRIE.

..1c. N. Haskell.... ..... 4 years.. January, 1911... $5,000 nt-Governor ... George W. Bellamy..... 4 years.. January,

1,000 of State...... W. Cross........

| 4 years.. January, 1911... 3,600 M. E. Trapp........ 4 years.. January, 1911... 2,500 -General ...... Charles West.....

4 years.. January, 1911... 4,000 J. A. Menefee.......... 4 years.. January, 1911... 8,000 blic Instruction. E. D. Cameron......... 4 years.. January, 1911... 2,600 rand Inspector. (C. A. Taylor...

4 years.. January, 1911... 3,000 loner of Labor.

Dougherty..... . 4 years.. January, 1911... 2,000 State officials Democrats.

OREGON—CAPITAL, SALEM.

. Frank W. Benson...... 4 years.. January, 1911.. 2$1,500 of State...

14 years.. January, 1911.. $1,500 George A. Steele.... 4 years.. January, 1911..

8800 -General ... A. M. Crawford... 4 years.. (January, 1911... 3,000 hool Supt....... J. H. Ackerman..... 4 years.. January, 1911.. . 2,000 State officials Republicans.

PENNSYLVANIA-CAPITAL, HARRISBURG. ..............Edwin S. Stuart...... 4 years.. January, 1911.. |$10,000 at-Governor ... Robert S. Murphy... 4 years.. January, 1911.. 5,000 of Int. Affairs Robert McAfee......

years.. (January, 1911.. 8,000 Commonwealth M. Hampton Todd... years.. January, 1911.. 12,000 7-General ..... JHenry Houck......... years.. (May, 1911...... 4,000 General ....... A. E. Sisson.....

years.. May, 1913..... 8,000 Jeremiah E. Stober..... 14 years.. May. 1913...

8,000 tate officials Republicans.

RHODE ISLAND-CAPITAL, PROVIDENCE. ........... Aram J. Pothier........1 year... January, 1911.... $3,000 It-Governor ...Zenas W. Bliss..........1 year... January, 1911.... 600 dollars a day during session of legislature. 2 And specific sums for various I all about $4,350 per annum. And fees. Appointed by Governor. Became on March 1, 1909, on resignation of George E. Chamberlain, Democrat.

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1 Term. 1 Term ends. Secretary of State......J. Fred Parker.......... 1 year... January, 1911 Treasurer .............. I Walter A. Read........11 year... January, 1911... Attorney-General ...... William B. Greenough.. 11 year... January, 1911.... All State officials Republicans.

SOUTH CAROLINA-CAPITAL, COLUMBIA. Governor | Martin F. Ansel.

years.. January, 1911.... Lieutenant-Governor ...T. G. McLeod...

years.. January, 1911.... Secretary of State.... R. M. McCown....

years.. January, 1911... Controller-General ... A, W. Jones.......

years.. January, 1911... Treasurer ............ R. H. Jennings.....

years.. January, 1911... Supt. Public Instruction John E. Swearingen

years.. January, 1911... Attorney-General ......IJ. F. Lyon..........

years.. January, 1911.... All State officials Democrats.

SOUTH DAKOTA-CAPITAL, PIERRE.
Governor .............. R. S. Vessey ........ ..12 years.. January, 1911.
Lieutenant-Governor ...

12 years.. January, 1911.. Secretary of State...... ic. S. Polley..

2 years.. January, 1911. Auditor ............. John Hirning..

years.. January, 1911... Treasurer ........... George G. Johnson.

years.. January, 1911. Attorney-General .... S. Wesley Clark.

years.. January, 1911.. Supt. Public Instruction Hans A. Ustrud.

years.. January, 1911 Com. School & Pub. Ldsto. C. Dokken....... 2 years.. January, 1911. All State officials Republicans.

TENNESSEE-CAPITAL, NASHVILLE.
Governor ..............Malcolm R. Patterson.. 12 years.. January, 1911...
Secretary of State...... John W. Morton....... 14 years.. February, 1913.
Controller .........

Frank Dibrell...... 2 years.. March, 1911.... 2 Treasurer.......... .. Reau E. Folk...... 2 years.. March, 1911.... Attorney-General .....

...8 years.. August, 1910... All State officials Democrats.

TEXAS CAPITAL, AUSTIN. Governor .............. Thomas M. Campbell... 2 years.. January 17, 1911.. Lieutenant-Governor ...A. B. Davidson........ 2 years.. January, 1911... "Secretary of State.....jw. B. Townsend..... 12 years.. January, 1911. Controller ............ John W. Stephens..... years.. January, 1911.... Treasurer ..

Samuel Sparks..... 12 years.. January, 1911...
Attorney-General ...... *Jewell P. Lightfoot.... 2 years.. January, 1911...
Land Commissioner.....J. T. Robinson....... 2 years.. January, 1911.
All State officials Democrats.

UTAH–CAPITAL, SALT LAKE CITY.
Governor .............. William Spry ........... 14 years.. January, 1913.
Secretary of State...... Charles S. Tingey......14 years.. January, 1913.
Auditor ............

Jesse D. Jewkes.... 4 years.. January, 1913.
Treasurer .............. David Mattson...... 4 years.. January, 1913.
Attorney-General ...... Albert R. Barnes..... 4 years.. January, 1913.
Supt. Public Instruction A. C. Nelson......... 4 years.. January, 1913...
All State officials Republicans.

VERMONT-CAPITAL, MONTPELIER. Governor.

... George H. Prouty......12 years.. October, 1910... Lieutenant-Governor ... John A. Mead...... 2 years.. October, 1910... Secretary of State...... Guy W. Bailey.....

years.. October, 1910.. Auditor .. H. F. Graham

2 years.. October, 1910. Treasurer ..

... Edward H. Deavitt. 2 years.. | October, 1910... Attorney-General ...... John G. Sargent..... 12 years.. October, 1910... All State officials Republicans.

VIRGINIA-CAPITAL, RICHMOND. 'Governor ..............William Hodges Mann... 14 years.. February 1, 1914.1 I Lieutenant-Governor ... IJ. Taylor Ellyson....... 14 years.. February 1, 1914.1 Sec. of Commonwealth.. (B. 0. James...

4 years.. February 1, 1914. Treasurer ..............A. W. Harman, jr...... 4 years.. February 1, 1914.) Attorney-General ...... Samuel W. Williams.... 4 years.. February 1, 1914.! Supt. Public Instruction. J. D. Eggleston, jr..... 14 years.. 1 February 1, 1914. Com. of Agriculture. ... George W. Koiner...... 14 years.. February 1, 1914. NI

All State officials Democrats.

Ten dollars a day during session of legislature, sixty days. Also Insurance 1 l missioner. Five dollars a day during session of legislature. And fees. Appa a by Governor. Six dollars a day during session of legislature, and 60 per cent of as Insurance Commissioner. And fees as Insurance Commissioner. And travi 1 I expenses. *Succeeding R. V. Davidson, resigned.

WASHINGTON-CAPITAL, OLYMPIA. Office.

Name.

| Term. 1 Term ends. Salary. lor .........

IM. E. Hay....... 14 years.. January, 1913.... | $4,000 Dant-Governor ..

............14 years.. January, 1913.... iry of State...... Sam H. Nichols........ 4 years.. January, 1913.... 2,500 Charles W. Clausen..... years.. January, 1913....

2.000 rer .............. John G. Lewis.......... 4 years.. January. 1913.... 2.000 ey-General ... W. P. Bell............ 4 years.. January. 1913... 2,000 Commissioner .....E. W. Rogs.....

4 years.. January. 1913.... of Schools........ Henry B. Dewey......., 4 years.. January, 1913....! 2,500 I State officials Republicans.

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WEST VIRGINIA-CAPITAL, CHARLESTON. lor .

......., William E. Glasscock.. 14 years.. (March, 1913... $5,000 tary of State..... Stuart F. Reed.........14 years.. March, 1913.... 14,50

I John S. Darst.......... 4 years.. March, 1913... 14,500 rer ........."

E. Leslie Long......... 4 years.. March, 1913... 2,500 ey-General ...... William G. Conley..... 4 years.. March, 1913.

2,500 ntendent Schools. Morris P. Shawkey..... 4 years.. (March, 1913.... 3,500 State officials Republicans.

WISCONSIN-CAPITAL, MADISON. or .... ..........James O. Davidson..... .12 years.. (January 6, 1911.. | $5,000 nant-Governor John Strange....... 2 years.. January 6, 1911.. 1,000 tary of State...... | James A. Frear.....

years.. January 6, 1911.. 5,000 ........ Andrew H. Dahl... 2 years.. January 6, 1911.. 6,000 sy-General ...... Frank L. Gilbert....... 2 years.. January 6, 1911.. 3,000 ace Comm'r...... George E. Beedle... 2 years.. January 6, 1911.. 3.000 State officials Republicans.

WYOMING-CAPITAL, CHEYENNE. or ..... .......... Bryant B. Brooks....... 14 years.. (January, 1911 .... $2,500

$ Lry of State and enant-Governor... William R. Schnitgar... 4 years.. January, 1911.... 2,000 . ................Le Roy Grant..........14 years.. January, 1911.... 2,000

..........Edward C. Gillette.....14 years.. January, 1911. 2.00 Public Instructions Archibald D. Cook ......14 years.. January, 1911.... 2,000)

State officials Republicans. ad fees. 2 Appointed. Also Auditor. *Became Governor on March 28, 1909, on of Samuel G. Cosgrove, Republican.

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INDEBTEDNESS OF STATES AND TERRITORIES.

(From figures prepared by Federal Census Bureau.)

Indebtedness Less Sinking Fund Assets.

---1902. ate or Territory.

County and

1890. Aggregate. State. minor civil

division. ntal United States.... ]$1,864, 195,826) $234,314, 190 $1,629,881,636||$1,137,918.868 Atlantic division. ..... 946, 604,7801 82,777,6881 863,827,0921 470,078,913 England. .............. 301,477,798) 74,961,374 226,516,424 148,523,928 ne . ...........

15,046,81911 2,785,383 12,261,436 15,772,146 V Hampshire... 11,413,234) 1,551, 148 9.862,086

8,148.362 mont ......... 5,216.7741 362,946 4,853,828

3,785,373 ssachusetts ..

209,762,91011 65,964,005 143,798,905 84,094,876 de Island......

28, 150, 2261 2,619,928 25,530,298 12.998, 661 necticut ...

31,887.8:35 | 1,677,964 30, 209,871 23, 724,510 ern North Atlantic.. 645, 126,982 | 7,816,314 637,310.668 321,554,985 v York .

436,683,3651 7,498,2391 429, 185, 126 201, 255,570 v Jersey ..........

81, 147, 209

156,550 81,203,759 49, 257,74 nsylvania

127,296,4081 374,625 126,921,783 71,041,675 Atlantic division... 159,834, 2151 52, 270,418 107.563,797 166,685,368 ern South Atlantic.. 102,202, 24311 29,876,3491 72,325,89411119,353,371

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13,68 20,21

2,21 320,93

70,99 24,41 42,48 16,9

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26,2 11,2 51,60

3,81 6,61 15,58 135,16

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Rocky Mountains......

42,016,941 6,624,725 35,392,2161 Montana

8,920,689

1,203, 769 7,716,920 Idaho ......

3,883,823

324, 174 3,559, 649 Wyoming ..

2,566, 260

300,630 2,265, 730 Colorado ...

22,066, 6531 3,797,329 18, 269, 324 New Mexico....

4,579,516

998,923 3,580,593 Basin and Plateau.

14,388,591 4,317,729 10,070,862 Arizona ...

6,591,834 3,099,333 3,492 501 Utah

6,612,668

974, 492 5,638, 076 Nevada

1,184,189

243,904

940,285 Pacific

58,713,063 4,418,735 54, 294,328 Washington ..

29,556,7341 1,271,391 28, 285, 343 Oregon

11,302,400

236, 267 11,066,133 California ....

17,853,929

2,911,077 14,942,852 Hawaii ..

1.888.35011 1,888,350 Excess of sinking fund over indebtedness.

LEGAL HOLIDAYS. Alabama.- New Year's Day, R. E. Lee's birthday (Jan. 19), Shrove Tug Washington's Birthday, Good Friday, Jefferson Davis's birthday (June 3), J Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.

Arizona.-Jan. 1, Washington's Birthday, May 30, July 4, Christmas, Eld Day, Thanksgiving Day and Arbor Day.

Arkansas.-Arbor Day, Thanksgiving Day, July 4 and Christmas.

California.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, first Monday in September, 9, Dec. 25, Thanksgiving Day, day of general election and every day app by the President or the Governor.

16,51 Colorado.-Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Day and birthday), Labor Day (first Monday in ptember, but other big holidays are generally observed.

Connecticut.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, Good Friday, La jor y, Oct. 12, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Delaware.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12, Feb. 22, July 4, Arbor and Bird Day. Labor Day, lanksgiving and Dec. 25.

District of Columbia.-New Year's Day, February 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), ly 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.

Florida.-Jan. 1, Jan 19 (R. E. Lee's birthday), Feb. 12, Feb. 22, April 26 onfederate Memorial Day), June 3 (Jefferson Davis's birthday), July 4, Thanksring and Dec. 25.

Georgia.-Jan. 19 (R. E. Lee's birthday), April 26, June 3, July 4, Labor Day d Dec. 25. Idaho.- Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Friday following May 1, July 4, Election Day, Christmas.

Mlinois.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Birthday), Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial iy), July 4, Labor Day. Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Indiana. -Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), Thanksgiving and Christis.

Iowa.—Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), Labor Day, Thanksgiving d Dec. 25.

Kansas.-Feb. 12, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day) and Labor Day (first nday in September).

Kentucky. Jan. 1, Feb. 22, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25. Louisiana.-Jan. 1, Jan. 8 (anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans), Feb. Mardi Gras (day before Ash Wednesday), Good Friday, June 3 (Confederate emorial Day), July 4, Nov. 1 (All Saints' Day), Labor Day (Nov. 25), Thanksving Day and Dec. 25.

Maine.—Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Fast Day, Thanksring and Dec. 25.

Maryland.—Jan. 1, Feb. 22. Good Friday, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, t. 12, Thanksgiving and Dec. 28.

Massachusetts. - Feb. 22, April 19 (Patriots' Day), May 30 (Memorial Day), ly 4, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25. "Michigan.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day and c. 25. Minnesota.Jan. 1. Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Birthday), Feb. 22, Good Friday, May

(Memorial Day), July 4, Thanksgiving, Dec. 25 and Arbor and Bird Days esignated by the Governor). Mississippi.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Missouri.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, anksgiving and Dec. 25.

Nebraska.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, April 22 (Arbor Day), May 30 (Memorial Day), ly 4, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Nevada.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Oct. 31 dmission Day), General Election Day. Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

New Hampshire.-Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, Fast y, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

New Jersey.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Birthday). Feb. 22, Good Friday, y 30 Memorial Day), July 4, General Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

New Mexico.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), Arbor Day (second iday in March), Labor Day. Thanksgiving, Dec. 25 and Flag Day.

New York.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Birthday). Feb. 22. May 30 (Memorial y), July 4, Labor Day, Oct. 12, Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

North Carolina.-Jan. 1, Jan. 19 (R. E. Lee's Birthday), Feb. 22, April 12, y 10 (Confederate Memorial Day), May 20 (Mecklenburg Declaration of Indepenice). July 4, Oct. 12, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

North Dakota.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, ction Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Ohio.-Jan. 1, Feb. 27, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Thanksgiving and c. 25.

Oklahoma.—Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Arbor Day, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, bor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Oregon.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Labor Day, anksgiving and Dec. 25.

Pennsylvania.-Jan. 1, Feb. 12 (Lincoln's Birthday), third Tuesday in Febary (local election), Feb. 22, Good Friday, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, por Day, Oct. 12, November Election Day, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25.

Rhode Island.—Jan. 1, Feb. 22, second Friday in May, May 30 (Memorial y), Labor Day, Election Day, Thanksgiving Day.

South Carolina.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 10 (Confederate Memorial Day), July 4, anksgiving and Dec. 25.

South Dakota.Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 (Memorial Day), July 4, Election Day, anksgiving and Dec. 25.

Tennessee.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Good Friday, May 30 (Memorial Day), June 3 terson Davis's birthday), July 4, Labor Day, Election Day and Thanksgiving

Texas.-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, March 2 (Texas independence), April 21 (Battle of 1 Jacinto), June 3 (Jefferson Davis's birthday), July 4, Election Day, Thankging and Dec. 25

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