49th United States Congress - State Delegations

49th United States Congress - State Delegations

The Forty-ninth United States Congress was a meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, comprised of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It met in Washington, DC from March 4 1885 to March 3 1887, during the first two years of the first administration of U.S. President Grover Cleveland.

The apportionment of seats in this House of Representatives was based on the Ninth Census of the United States in 1880. The Senate had a Republican majority, and the House had a Democratic majority.

This article supplements the main article with a list of the members by state delegation.

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Dates of sessions

March 4 1885 - March 3 1887
*Special session of the Senate: March 4 1885April 2 1885
*First session: December 7 1885 - August 5 1886
*Second session: December 6 1886 - March 3 1887 — a lame duck sessionPrevious congress: 48th Congress
Next congress: 50th Congress

Members

Senators were elected by the state legislatures every two years, with one-third beginning new six year terms with each Congress. Preceding the names in the list below are Senate class numbers, which indicate the cycle of their election. In this Congress, Class 1 meant their term ended with this Congress, requiring reelection in 1886; Class 2 meant their term began in the last Congress, requiring reelection in 1888; and Class 3 meant their term began in this Congress, requiring reelection in 1890.

The names of members of the House of Representatives elected statewide on the general ticket or otherwise "at-large," are preceded by an "A/L," and the names of those elected from districts, whether plural or single member, are preceded by their district numbers.

Many of the congressional district numbers are linked to articles describing the district itself. Since the boundaries of the districts have changed often and substantially, the linked article may only describe the district as it exists today, and not as it was at the time of this Congress.

The list below is arranged by state, then by chamber. Senators are shown in order of seniority, House members in district order.

Alabama

:Senate
*2: John T. Morgan (1824-1907), "Democratic"
*3: James L. Pugh (1820-1907), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(8 seats)"
*ushr|Alabama|1|1: James T. Jones (1832-1895), "Democratic"
*ushr|Alabama|2|2: Hilary A. Herbert (1834-1919), "Democratic"
*ushr|Alabama|3|3: William C. Oates (1835-1910), "Democratic"
*ushr|Alabama|4|4: Alexander C. Davidson (1826-1897), "Democratic"
*ushr|Alabama|5|5: Thomas W. Sadler (1831-1896), "Democratic"
*ushr|Alabama|6|6: John M. Martin (1837-1898), "Democratic"
*ushr|Alabama|7|7: William H. Forney (1823-1894), "Democratic"
*ushr|Alabama|8|8: Joseph Wheeler (1836-1906), "Democratic"

Arkansas

:Senate
*2: Augustus H. Garland (1832-1899), "Democratic" …resigned March 6 1885.
*: James H. Berry (1841-1913), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy, seated March 25 1885.
*3: James K. Jones (1839-1908), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(5 seats)"
*ushr|Arkansas|1|1: Poindexter Dunn (1834-1914), "Democratic"
*ushr|Arkansas|2|2: Clifton R. Breckinridge (1846-1932), "Democratic"
*ushr|Arkansas|3|3: Thomas C. McRae (1851-1929), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy from preceding Congress, seated December 7 1885.
*ushr|Arkansas|4|4: John H. Rogers (1845-1911), "Democratic"
*ushr|Arkansas|5|5: Samuel W. Peel (1831-1924), "Democratic"

California

:Senate
*1: John F. Miller (1831-1886), "Republican" …died March 8 1886.
*: George Hearst (1820-1891), "Democratic" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated April 9 1886.
*: Abram P. Williams (1832-1911), "Republican" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 6 1886.
*3: Leland Stanford (1824-1893), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(6 seats)"
*ushr|California|1|1: Barclay Henley (1843-1914), "Democratic"
*ushr|California|2|2: James A. Louttit (1848-1906), "Republican"
*ushr|California|3|3: Joseph McKenna (1843-1926), "Republican"
*ushr|California|4|4: William W. Morrow (1843-1929), "Republican"
*ushr|California|5|5: Charles N. Felton (1832-1914), "Republican"
*ushr|California|6|6: Henry H. Markham (1840-1923), "Republican"

Colorado

:Senate
*2: Thomas M. Bowen (1835-1906), "Republican"
*3: Henry M. Teller (1830-1914), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(1 seat)"
*ushr|Colorado|AL|A/L: George G. Symes (1840-1893), "Republican"

Connecticut

:Senate
*3: Orville H. Platt (1827-1905), "Republican"
*1: Joseph R. Hawley (1826-1905), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(4 seats)"
*ushr|Connecticut|1|1: John R. Buck (1835-1917), "Republican"
*ushr|Connecticut|2|2: Charles L. Mitchell (1844-1890), "Democratic"
*ushr|Connecticut|3|3: John T. Wait (1811-1899), "Republican"
*ushr|Connecticut|4|4: Edward W. Seymour (1832-1892), "Democratic"

Delaware

:Senate
*1: Thomas F. Bayard, Sr. (1828-1898), "Democratic" …resigned March 6 1885.
*: George Gray (1840-1925), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy, seated March 19 1885.
*2: Eli M. Saulsbury (1817-1893), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(1 seat)"
*ushr|Delaware|AL|A/L: Charles B. Lore (1831-1911), "Democratic"

Florida

:Senate
*1: Charles W. Jones (1834-1897), "Democratic"
*3: Wilkinson Call (1834-1910), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(2 seats)"
*ushr|Florida|1|1: Robert H. M. Davidson (1832-1908), "Democratic"
*ushr|Florida|2|2: Charles Dougherty (1850-1915), "Democratic"

Georgia

:Senate
*3: Joseph E. Brown (1821-1894), "Democratic"
*2: Alfred H. Colquitt (1824-1894), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(10 seats)"
*ushr|Georgia|1|1: Thomas M. Norwood (1830-1913), "Democratic"
*ushr|Georgia|2|2: Henry G. Turner (1839-1904), "Democratic"
*ushr|Georgia|3|3: Charles F. Crisp (1845-1896), "Democratic"
*ushr|Georgia|4|4: Henry R. Harris (1828-1909), "Democratic"
*ushr|Georgia|5|5: Nathaniel J. Hammond (1833-1899), "Democratic"
*ushr|Georgia|6|6: James H. Blount (1837-1903), "Democratic"
*ushr|Georgia|7|7: Judson C. Clements (1846-1917), "Democratic"
*ushr|Georgia|8|8: Seaborn Reese (1846-1907), "Democratic"
*ushr|Georgia|9|9: Allen D. Candler (1834-1910), "Democratic"
*ushr|Georgia|10|10: George T. Barnes (1833-1901), "Democratic"

Illinois

:Senate
*3: John A. Logan (1826-1886), "Republican" …died December 26 1886.
*: Charles B. Farwell (1823-1903), "Republican" …elected to fill vacancy, seated January 25 1887.
*2: Shelby M. Cullom (1829-1914), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(20 seats)"
*ushr|Illinois|1|1: Ransom W. Dunham (1838-1896), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|2|2: Frank Lawler (1842-1896), "Democratic"
*ushr|Illinois|3|3: Thomas B. Ward (1835-1892), "Democratic"
*ushr|Illinois|4|4: George E. Adams (1840-1917), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|5|5: Reuben Ellwood (1821-1885), "Republican" …died July 1 1885, before Congress assembled.
*: Albert J. Hopkins (1846-1922), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|6|6: Robert R. Hitt (1834-1906), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|7|7: Thomas J. Henderson (1824-1911), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|8|8: Ralph Plumb (1816-1903), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|9|9: Lewis E. Payson (1840-1909), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|10|10: Nicholas E. Worthington (1836-1916), "Democratic"
*ushr|Illinois|11|11: William H. Neece (1831-1909), "Democratic"
*ushr|Illinois|12|12: James M. Riggs (1839-1933), "Democratic"
*ushr|Illinois|13|13: William M. Springer (1836-1903), "Democratic"
*ushr|Illinois|14|14: Jonathan H. Rowell (1833-1908), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|15|15: John R. Thomas (1846-1914), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|16|16: Joseph G. Cannon (1836-1926), "Republican"
*ushr|Illinois|17|17: Silas Z. Landes (1842-1910), "Democratic"
*ushr|Illinois|18|18: John R. Eden (1826-1909), "Democratic"
*ushr|Illinois|19|19: William R. Morrison (1824-1909), "Democratic"
*ushr|Illinois|20|20: Richard W. Townshend (1840-1889), "Democratic"

Indiana

:Senate
*3: Daniel W. Voorhees (1827-1897), "Democratic"
*1: Benjamin Harrison (1833-1901), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(13 seats)"
*ushr|Indiana|1|1: John J. Kleiner (1845-1911), "Democratic"
*ushr|Indiana|2|2: Thomas R. Cobb (1828-1892), "Democratic"
*ushr|Indiana|3|3: Jonas G. Howard (1825-1911), "Democratic"
*ushr|Indiana|4|4: William S. Holman (1822-1897), "Democratic"
*ushr|Indiana|5|5: Courtland C. Matson (1841-1915), "Democratic"
*ushr|Indiana|6|6: Thomas M. Browne (1829-1891), "Republican"
*ushr|Indiana|7|7: William D. Bynum (1846-1927), "Democratic"
*ushr|Indiana|8|8: James T. Johnston (1839-1904), "Republican"
*ushr|Indiana|9|9: James H. Ward (1853-1916), "Democratic"
*ushr|Indiana|10|10: William D. Owen (1846-1906), "Republican"
*ushr|Indiana|11|11: George W. Steele (1839-1922), "Republican"
*ushr|Indiana|12|12: Robert Lowry (1824-1904), "Democratic"
*ushr|Indiana|13|13: George Ford (1846-1917), "Democratic"

Iowa

:Senate
*3: William B. Allison (1829-1908), "Republican"
*2: James F. Wilson (1828-1895), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(11 seats)"
*ushr|Iowa|1|1: Benton J. Hall (1835-1894), "Democratic"
*ushr|Iowa|2|2: Jeremiah H. Murphy (1835-1893), "Democratic"
*ushr|Iowa|3|3: David B. Henderson (1840-1906), "Republican"
*ushr|Iowa|4|4: William E. Fuller (1846-1918), "Republican"
*ushr|Iowa|5|5: Benjamin T. Frederick (1834-1903), "Democratic"
*ushr|Iowa|6|6: James B. Weaver (1833-1912), "National Greenbacker"
*ushr|Iowa|7|7: Edwin H. Conger (1843-1907), "Republican"
*ushr|Iowa|8|8: William P. Hepburn (1833-1916), "Republican"
*ushr|Iowa|9|9: Joseph Lyman (1840-1890), "Republican"
*ushr|Iowa|10|10: Adoniram J. Holmes (1842-1902), "Republican"
*ushr|Iowa|11|11: Isaac S. Struble (1843-1913), "Republican"

Kansas

:Senate
*3: John J. Ingalls (1833-1900), "Republican"
*2: Preston B. Plumb (1837-1891), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(7 seats)"
*ushr|Kansas|1|1: Edmund N. Morrill (1834-1909), "Republican"
*ushr|Kansas|2|2: Edward H. Funston (1836-1911), "Republican"
*ushr|Kansas|3|3: Bishop W. Perkins (1841-1894), "Republican"
*ushr|Kansas|4|4: Thomas Ryan (1837-1914), "Republican"
*ushr|Kansas|5|5: John A. Anderson (1834-1892), "Republican"
*ushr|Kansas|6|6: Lewis Hanback (1839-1897), "Republican"
*ushr|Kansas|7|7: Samuel R. Peters (1842-1910), "Republican"

Kentucky

:Senate
*2: James B. Beck (1822-1890), "Democratic"
*3: Joseph C. S. Blackburn (1838-1918), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(11 seats)"
*ushr|Kentucky|1|1: William J. Stone (1841-1923), "Democratic"
*ushr|Kentucky|2|2: Polk Laffoon (1844-1906), "Democratic"
*ushr|Kentucky|3|3: John E. Halsell (1826-1899), "Democratic"
*ushr|Kentucky|4|4: Thomas A. Robertson (1848-1892), "Democratic"
*ushr|Kentucky|5|5: Albert S. Willis (1843-1897), "Democratic"
*ushr|Kentucky|6|6: John G. Carlisle (1834-1910), "Democratic"
*ushr|Kentucky|7|7: William C. P. Breckinridge (1837-1904), "Democratic"
*ushr|Kentucky|8|8: James B. McCreary (1838-1918), "Democratic"
*ushr|Kentucky|9|9: William H. Wadsworth (1821-1893), "Republican"
*ushr|Kentucky|10|10: William P. Taulbee (1851-1890), "Democratic"
*ushr|Kentucky|11|11: Frank L. Wolford (1817-1895), "Democratic"

Louisiana

:Senate
*2: Randall L. Gibson (1832-1892), "Democratic"
*3: James B. Eustis (1834-1899), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(6 seats)"
*ushr|Louisiana|1|1: Louis St. Martin (1820-1893), "Democratic"
*ushr|Louisiana|2|2: Michael Hahn (1830-1886), "Republican" …died March 15 1886.
*: Nathaniel D. Wallace (1845-1894), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 9 1886.
*ushr|Louisiana|3|3: Edward J. Gay (1816-1889), "Democratic"
*ushr|Louisiana|4|4: Newton C. Blanchard (1849-1922), "Democratic"
*ushr|Louisiana|5|5: J. Floyd King (1842-1915), "Democratic"
*ushr|Louisiana|6|6: Alfred B. Irion (1833-1903), "Democratic"

Maine

:Senate
*1: Eugene Hale (1836-1918), "Republican"
*2: William P. Frye (1830-1911), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(4 seats)"
*ushr|Maine|1|1: Thomas B. Reed (1839-1902), "Republican"
*ushr|Maine|2|2: Nelson Dingley, Jr. (1832-1899), "Republican"
*ushr|Maine|3|3: Seth L. Milliken (1831-1897), "Republican"
*ushr|Maine|4|4: Charles A. Boutelle (1839-1901), "Republican"

Maryland

:Senate
*1: Arthur Pue Gorman (1839-1906), "Democratic"
*3: Ephraim K. Wilson (1821-1891), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(6 seats)"
*ushr|Maryland|1|1: Charles H. Gibson (1842-1900), "Democratic"
*ushr|Maryland|2|2: Frank T. Shaw (1841-1923), "Democratic"
*ushr|Maryland|3|3: William H. Cole (1837-1886), "Democratic" …died July 8 1886.
*: Henry W. Rusk (1852-1926), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 6 1886.
*ushr|Maryland|4|4: John V. L. Findlay (1839-1907), "Democratic"
*ushr|Maryland|5|5: Barnes Compton (1830-1898), "Democratic"
*ushr|Maryland|6|6: Louis E. McComas (1846-1907), "Republican"

Massachusetts

:Senate
*1: Henry L. Dawes (1816-1903), "Republican"
*2: George F. Hoar (1826-1904), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(12 seats)"
*ushr|Massachusetts|1|1: Robert T. Davis (1823-1906), "Republican"
*ushr|Massachusetts|2|2: John D. Long (1838-1915), "Republican"
*ushr|Massachusetts|3|3: Ambrose A. Ranney (1821-1899), "Republican"
*ushr|Massachusetts|4|4: Patrick A. Collins (1844-1905), "Democratic"
*ushr|Massachusetts|5|5: Edward D. Hayden (1833-1908), "Republican"
*ushr|Massachusetts|6|6: Henry B. Lovering (1841-1911), "Democratic"
*ushr|Massachusetts|7|7: Eben F. Stone (1822-1895), "Republican"
*ushr|Massachusetts|8|8: Charles H. Allen (1848-1934), "Republican"
*ushr|Massachusetts|9|9: Frederick D. Ely (1838-1921), "Republican"
*ushr|Massachusetts|10|10: William W. Rice (1826-1896), "Republican"
*ushr|Massachusetts|11|11: William Whiting (1841-1911), "Republican"
*ushr|Massachusetts|12|12: Francis W. Rockwell (1844-1929), "Republican"

Michigan

:Senate
*1: Omar D. Conger (1818-1898), "Republican"
*2: Thomas W. Palmer (1830-1913), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(11 seats)"
*ushr|Michigan|1|1: William C. Maybury (1848-1909), "Democratic"
*ushr|Michigan|2|2: Nathaniel B. Eldredge (1813-1893), "Democratic"
*ushr|Michigan|3|3: James O'Donnell (1840-1915), "Republican"
*ushr|Michigan|4|4: Julius C. Burrows (1837-1915), "Republican"
*ushr|Michigan|5|5: Charles C. Comstock (1818-1900), "Democratic"
*ushr|Michigan|6|6: Edwin B. Winans (1826-1894), "Democratic"
*ushr|Michigan|7|7: Ezra C. Carleton (1838-1911), "Democratic"
*ushr|Michigan|8|8: Timothy E. Tarsney (1849-1909), "Democratic"
*ushr|Michigan|9|9: Byron M. Cutcheon (1836-1908), "Republican"
*ushr|Michigan|10|10: Spencer O. Fisher (1843-1919), "Democratic"
*ushr|Michigan|11|11: Seth C. Moffatt (1841-1887), "Republican"

Minnesota

:Senate
*1: Samuel J. R. McMillan (1826-1897), "Republican"
*2: Dwight M. Sabin (1843-1902), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(5 seats)"
*ushr|Minnesota|1|1: Milo White (1830-1913), "Republican"
*ushr|Minnesota|2|2: James B. Wakefield (1825-1910), "Republican"
*ushr|Minnesota|3|3: Horace B. Strait (1835-1894), "Republican"
*ushr|Minnesota|4|4: John B. Gilfillan (1835-1924), "Republican"
*ushr|Minnesota|5|5: Knute Nelson (1843-1923), "Republican"

Mississippi

:Senate
*2: Lucius Q. C. Lamar (1825-1893), "Democratic" …resigned March 6 1885.
*: Edward C. Walthall (1831-1898), "Democratic" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated March 12 1885, subsequently elected.
*1: James Z. George (1826-1897), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(7 seats)"
*ushr|Mississippi|1|1: John M. Allen (1846-1917), "Democratic"
*ushr|Mississippi|2|2: James B. Morgan (1833-1892), "Democratic"
*ushr|Mississippi|3|3: Thomas C. Catchings (1847-1927), "Democratic"
*ushr|Mississippi|4|4: Frederick G. Barry (1845-1909), "Democratic"
*ushr|Mississippi|5|5: Otho R. Singleton (1814-1889), "Democratic"
*ushr|Mississippi|6|6: Henry S. Van Eaton (1826-1898), "Democratic"
*ushr|Mississippi|7|7: Ethelbert Barksdale (1824-1893), "Democratic"

Missouri

:Senate
*1: Francis M. Cockrell (1834-1915), "Democratic"
*3: George G. Vest (1830-1904), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(14 seats)"
*ushr|Missouri|1|1: William H. Hatch (1833-1896), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|2|2: John B. Hale (1831-1905), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|3|3: Alexander M. Dockery (1845-1926), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|4|4: James N. Burnes (1827-1889), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|5|5: William Warner (1840-1916), "Republican"
*ushr|Missouri|6|6: John T. Heard (1840-1927), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|7|7: John E. Hutton (1828-1893), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|8|8: John J. O'Neill (1846-1898), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|9|9: John M. Glover (1852-1929), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|10|10: Martin L. Clardy (1844-1914), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|11|11: Richard P. Bland (1835-1899), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|12|12: William J. Stone (1848-1918), "Democratic"
*ushr|Missouri|13|13: William H. Wade (1835-1911), "Republican"
*ushr|Missouri|14|14: William Dawson (1848-1929), "Democratic"

Nebraska

:Senate
*1: Charles H. Van Wyck (1824-1895), "Republican"
*2: Charles F. Manderson (1837-1911), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(3 seats)"
*ushr|Nebraska|1|1: Archibald J. Weaver (1843-1887), "Republican"
*ushr|Nebraska|2|2: James Laird (1849-1889), "Republican"
*ushr|Nebraska|3|3: George W. E. Dorsey (1842-1911), "Republican"


=Nevada"' :Senate
*3: John P. Jones (1829-1912), "Republican"
*1: James G. Fair (1831-1894), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(1 seat)"
*ushr|Nevada|AL|A/L: William Woodburn (1838-1915), "Republican"

New Hampshire

:Senate
*2: Austin F. Pike (1819-1886), "Republican" …died October 8 1886.
*: Person C. Cheney (1828-1901), "Republican" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated December 7 1886.
*3: Henry W. Blair (1834-1920), "Republican" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated December 7 1885, subsequently elected.:House of Representatives "(2 seats)"
*ushr|New Hampshire|1|1: Martin A. Haynes (1842-1919), "Republican"
*ushr|New Hampshire|2|2: Jacob H. Gallinger (1837-1918), "Republican"

New Jersey

:Senate
*2: John R. McPherson (1833-1897), "Democratic"
*1: William J. Sewell (1835-1901), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(7 seats)"
*ushr|New Jersey|1|1: George Hires (1835-1911), "Republican"
*ushr|New Jersey|2|2: James Buchanan (1839-1900), "Republican"
*ushr|New Jersey|3|3: Robert S. Green (1831-1895), "Democratic" …resigned January 17 1887.
*ushr|New Jersey|4|4: James N. Pidcock (1836-1899), "Democratic"
*ushr|New Jersey|5|5: William W. Phelps (1839-1894), "Republican"
*ushr|New Jersey|6|6: Herman Lehlbach (1845-1904), "Republican"
*ushr|New Jersey|7|7: William McAdoo (1853-1930), "Democratic"

New York

:Senate
*1: Warner Miller (1838-1918), "Republican"
*3: William M. Evarts (1818-1901), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(34 seats)"
*ushr|New York|1|1: Perry Belmont (1851-1947), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|2|2: Felix Campbell (1829-1902), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|3|3: Darwin R. James (1834-1908), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|4|4: Peter P. Mahoney (1848-1889), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|5|5: Archibald M. Bliss (1838-1923), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|6|6: Nicholas Muller (1836-1917), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|7|7: John J. Adams (1848-1919), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|8|8: Samuel S. Cox (1824-1889), "Democratic" …resigned May 20, 1885.
*: Timothy J. Campbell (1840-1904), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 7 1885.
*ushr|New York|9|9: Joseph Pulitzer (1847-1911), "Democratic" …resigned April 10 1886.
*: Samuel S. Cox (1824-1889), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 6, 1886.
*ushr|New York|10|10: Abram S. Hewitt (1822-1903), "Democratic" …resigned December 30 1886.
*ushr|New York|11|11: Truman A. Merriman (1839-1892), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|12|12: Abraham Dowdney (1841-1886), "Democratic" …died December 10 1886, seat remained vacant.
*ushr|New York|13|13: Egbert L. Viele (1825-1902), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|14|14: William G. Stahlnecker (1849-1902), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|15|15: Lewis Beach (1835-1886), "Democratic" …died August 10 1886.
*: Henry Bacon (1846-1915), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 6 1886.
*ushr|New York|16|16: John H. Ketcham (1832-1906), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|17|17: James G. Lindsley (1819-1898), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|18|18: Henry G. Burleigh (1832-1900), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|19|19: John Swinburne (1820-1889), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|20|20: George West (1823-1901), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|21|21: Frederick A. Johnson (1833-1893), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|22|22: Abraham X. Parker (1831-1909), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|23|23: John T. Spriggs (1825-1888), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|24|24: John S. Pindar (1835-1907), "Democratic"
*ushr|New York|25|25: Frank Hiscock (1834-1914), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|26|26: Stephen C. Millard (1841-1914), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|27|27: Sereno E. Payne (1843-1914), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|28|28: John Arnot, Jr. (1831-1886), "Democratic" …died November 20 1886, seat remained vacant.
*ushr|New York|29|29: Ira Davenport (1841-1904), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|30|30: Charles S. Baker (1839-1902), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|31|31: John G. Sawyer (1825-1898), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|32|32: John M. Farquhar (1832-1918), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|33|33: John B. Weber (1842-1926), "Republican"
*ushr|New York|34|34: Walter L. Sessions (1820-1896), "Republican"

North Carolina

:Senate
*2: Matt W. Ransom (1826-1904), "Democratic"
*3: Zebulon B. Vance (1830-1894), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(9 seats)"
*ushr|North Carolina|1|1: Thomas G. Skinner (1842-1907), "Democratic"
*ushr|North Carolina|2|2: James E. O'Hara (1844-1905), "Republican"
*ushr|North Carolina|3|3: Wharton J. Green (1831-1910), "Democratic"
*ushr|North Carolina|4|4: William R. Cox (1831-1919), "Democratic"
*ushr|North Carolina|5|5: James W. Reid (1849-1902), "Democratic" …resigned December 31 1886.
*ushr|North Carolina|6|6: Risden T. Bennett (1840-1913), "Democratic"
*ushr|North Carolina|7|7: John S. Henderson (1846-1916), "Democratic"
*ushr|North Carolina|8|8: William H. H. Cowles (1840-1901), "Democratic"
*ushr|North Carolina|9|9: Thomas D. Johnston (1840-1902), "Democratic"

Ohio

:Senate
*1: John Sherman (1823-1900), "Republican"
*3: Henry B. Payne (1810-1896), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(21 seats)"
*ushr|Ohio|1|1: Benjamin Butterworth (1837-1898), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|2|2: Charles E. Brown (1834-1904), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|3|3: James E. Campbell (1843-1924), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|4|4: Charles M. Anderson (1845-1908), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|5|5: Benjamin Le Fevre (1838-1922), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|6|6: William D. Hill (1833-1906), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|7|7: George E. Seney (1832-1905), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|8|8: John Little (1837-1900), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|9|9: William C. Cooper (1832-1902), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|10|10: Jacob Romeis (1835-1904), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|11|11: William W. Ellsberry (1833-1894), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|12|12: Albert C. Thompson (1842-1910), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|13|13: Joseph H. Outhwaite (1841-1907), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|14|14: Charles H. Grosvenor (1833-1917), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|15|15: Beriah Wilkins (1846-1905), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|16|16: George W. Geddes (1824-1892), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|17|17: Adoniram J. Warner (1834-1910), "Democratic"
*ushr|Ohio|18|18: Isaac H. Taylor (1840-1936), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|19|19: Ezra B. Taylor (1823-1912), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|20|20: William McKinley, Jr. (1843-1901), "Republican"
*ushr|Ohio|21|21: Martin A. Foran (1844-1921), "Democratic"

Oregon

:Senate
*2: Joseph N. Dolph (1835-1897), "Republican"
*3: John H. Mitchell (1835-1905), "Republican" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 17 1885.:House of Representatives "(1 seat)"
*ushr|Oregon|AL|A/L: Binger Hermann (1843-1926), "Republican"

Pennsylvania

:Senate
*3: J. Donald Cameron (1833-1918), "Republican"
*1: John I. Mitchell (1838-1907), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(28 seats)"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|1|1: Henry H. Bingham (1841-1912), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|2|2: Charles O'Neill (1821-1893), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|3|3: Samuel J. Randall (1828-1890), "Democratic"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|4|4: William D. Kelley (1814-1890), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|5|5: Alfred C. Harmer (1825-1900), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|6|6: James B. Everhart (1821-1888), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|7|7: I. Newton Evans (1827-1901), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|8|8: Daniel Ermentrout (1837-1899), "Democratic"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|9|9: John A. Hiestand (1824-1890), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|10|10: William H. Sowden (1840-1907), "Democratic"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|11|11: John B. Storm (1838-1901), "Democratic"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|12|12: Joseph A. Scranton (1838-1908), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|13|13: Charles N. Brumm (1838-1917), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|14|14: Franklin Bound (1829-1910), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|15|15: Frank C. Bunnell (1842-1911), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|16|16: William W. Brown (1836-1926), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|17|17: Jacob M. Campbell (1821-1888), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|18|18: Louis E. Atkinson (1841-1910), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|19|19: John A. Swope (1827-1910), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy from preceding Congress, seated December 7 1885.
*ushr|Pennsylvania|20|20: Andrew G. Curtin (1817-1894), "Democratic"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|21|21: Charles E. Boyle (1836-1888), "Democratic"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|22|22: James S. Negley (1826-1901), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|23|23: Thomas M. Bayne (1836-1894), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|24|24: Oscar L. Jackson (1840-1920), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|25|25: Alexander C. White (1833-1906), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|26|26: George W. Fleeger (1839-1894), "Republican"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|27|27: William L. Scott (1828-1891), "Democratic"
*ushr|Pennsylvania|28|28: Edwin S. Osborne (1839-1900), "Republican"

Rhode Island

:Senate
*1: Nelson W. Aldrich (1841-1915), "Republican"
*2: Jonathan Chace (1829-1917), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(2 seats)"
*ushr|Rhode Island|1|1: Henry J. Spooner (1839-1918), "Republican"
*ushr|Rhode Island|2|2: William A. Pirce (1824-1891), "Republican" …contested election, served until January 25 1887.
*: Charles H. Page (1843-1912), "Democratic" …contested election, seated February 25 1887.

outh Carolina

:Senate
*2: Matthew C. Butler (1836-1909), "Democratic"
*3: Wade Hampton (1818-1902), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(7 seats)"
*ushr|South Carolina|1|1: Samuel Dibble (1837-1913), "Democratic"
*ushr|South Carolina|2|2: George D. Tillman (1826-1902), "Democratic"
*ushr|South Carolina|3|3: D. Wyatt Aiken (1828-1887), "Democratic"
*ushr|South Carolina|4|4: William H. Perry (1839-1902), "Democratic"
*ushr|South Carolina|5|5: John J. Hemphill (1849-1912), "Democratic"
*ushr|South Carolina|6|6: George W. Dargan (1841-1898), "Democratic"
*ushr|South Carolina|7|7: Robert Smalls (1839-1915), "Republican"

Tennessee

:Senate
*2: Isham G. Harris (1818-1897), "Democratic"
*1: Howell E. Jackson (1832-1895), "Democratic" …resigned April 14 1886.
*: Washington C. Whitthorne (1825-1891), "Democratic" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated April 26 1886, subsequently elected.:House of Representatives "(10 seats)"
*ushr|Tennessee|1|1: Augustus H. Pettibone (1835-1918), "Republican"
*ushr|Tennessee|2|2: Leonidas C. Houk (1836-1891), "Republican"
*ushr|Tennessee|3|3: John R. Neal (1836-1889), "Democratic"
*ushr|Tennessee|4|4: Benton McMillin (1845-1933), "Democratic"
*ushr|Tennessee|5|5: James D. Richardson (1843-1914), "Democratic"
*ushr|Tennessee|6|6: Andrew J. Caldwell (1837-1906), "Democratic"
*ushr|Tennessee|7|7: John G. Ballentine (1825-1915), "Democratic"
*ushr|Tennessee|8|8: John M. Taylor (1838-1911), "Democratic"
*ushr|Tennessee|9|9: Presley T. Glass (1824-1902), "Democratic"
*ushr|Tennessee|10|10: Zachary Taylor (1849-1921), "Republican"

Texas

:Senate
*1: Samuel B. Maxey (1825-1895), "Democratic"
*2: Richard Coke (1829-1897), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(11 seats)"
*ushr|Texas|1|1: Charles Stewart (1836-1895), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|2|2: John H. Reagan (1818-1905), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|3|3: James H. Jones (1830-1904), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|4|4: David B. Culberson (1830-1900), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|5|5: James W. Throckmorton (1825-1894), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|6|6: Olin Wellborn (1843-1921), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|7|7: William H. Crain (1848-1896), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|8|8: James Francis Miller (1830-1902), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|9|9: Roger Q. Mills (1832-1911), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|10|10: Joseph D. Sayers (1841-1929), "Democratic"
*ushr|Texas|11|11: Samuel W. T. Lanham (1846-1908), "Democratic"

Vermont

:Senate
*1: George F. Edmunds (1828-1919), "Republican"
*3: Justin S. Morrill (1810-1898), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(2 seats)"
*ushr|Vermont|1|1: John W. Stewart (1825-1915), "Republican"
*ushr|Vermont|2|2: William W. Grout (1836-1902), "Republican"

Virginia

:Senate
*1: William Mahone (1826-1895), "Readjuster Democratic"
*2: Harrison H. Riddleberger (1844-1890), "Readjuster Democratic" :House of Representatives "(10 seats)"
*ushr|Virginia|1|1: Thomas Croxton (1822-1903), "Democratic"
*ushr|Virginia|2|2: Harry Libbey (1843-1913), "Readjuster Democratic"
*ushr|Virginia|3|3: George D. Wise (1831-1898), "Democratic"
*ushr|Virginia|4|4: James D. Brady (1843-1900), "Republican"
*ushr|Virginia|5|5: George C. Cabell (1836-1906), "Democratic"
*ushr|Virginia|6|6: John W. Daniel (1842-1910), "Democratic"
*ushr|Virginia|7|7: Charles T. O'Ferrall (1840-1905), "Democratic"
*ushr|Virginia|8|8: John S. Barbour, Jr. (1820-1892), "Democratic"
*ushr|Virginia|9|9: Connally F. Trigg (1847-1907), "Democratic"
*ushr|Virginia|10|10: John R. Tucker (1823-1897), "Democratic"

West Virginia

:Senate
*1: Johnson N. Camden (1828-1908), "Democratic"
*2: John E. Kenna (1848-1893), "Democratic" :House of Representatives "(4 seats)"
*ushr|West Virginia|1|1: Nathan Goff (1843-1920), "Republican"
*ushr|West Virginia|2|2: William L. Wilson (1843-1900), "Democratic"
*ushr|West Virginia|3|3: Charles P. Snyder (1847-1915), "Democratic"
*ushr|West Virginia|4|4: Eustace Gibson (1842-1900), "Democratic"

Wisconsin

:Senate
*1: Philetus Sawyer (1816-1900), "Republican"
*3: John C. Spooner (1843-1919), "Republican" :House of Representatives "(9 seats)"
*ushr|Wisconsin|1|1: Lucien B. Caswell (1827-1919), "Republican"
*ushr|Wisconsin|2|2: Edward S. Bragg (1827-1912), "Democratic"
*ushr|Wisconsin|3|3: Robert M. La Follette (1855-1925), "Republican"
*ushr|Wisconsin|4|4: Isaac W. Van Schaick (1817-1901), "Republican"
*ushr|Wisconsin|5|5: Joseph Rankin (1833-1886), "Democratic" …died January 24 1886.
*: Thomas R. Hudd (1835-1896), "Democratic" …elected to fill vacancy, seated March 8 1886.
*ushr|Wisconsin|6|6: Richard W. Guenther (1845-1913), "Republican"
*ushr|Wisconsin|7|7: Ormsby B. Thomas (1832-1904), "Republican"
*ushr|Wisconsin|8|8: William T. Price (1824-1886), "Republican" …died December 6 1886.
*: Hugh H. Price (1859-1904), "Republican" …elected to fill vacancy, seated February 2 1887.
*ushr|Wisconsin|9|9: Isaac Stephenson (1829-1918), "Republican"

Delegates

:Arizona Territory
*ushr|Arizona|AL|A/L: Curtis C. Bean (1828-1904), "Republican" :Dakota Territory
*ushr|Dakota|AL|A/L: Oscar S. Gifford (1842-1913), "Republican" :Idaho Territory
*ushr|Idaho|AL|A/L: John Hailey (1835-1921), "Democratic" :Montana Territory
*ushr|Montana|AL|A/L: Joseph K. Toole (1851-1929), "Democratic" :New Mexico Territory
*ushr|New Mexico|AL|A/L: Antonio Joseph (1846-1910), "Democratic" :Utah Territory
*ushr|Utah|AL|A/L: John T. Caine (1829-1911), "Democratic" :Washington Territory
*ushr|Washington|AL|A/L: Charles S. Voorhees (1853-1909), "Democratic" :Wyoming Territory
*ushr|Wyoming|AL|A/L: Joseph M. Carey (1845-1924), "Republican"

References

*cite book|title = The Historical Atlas of Political Parties in the United States Congress|last = Martis|first = Kenneth C.|authorlink =|coauthors =|year = 1989|publisher = Macmillan Publishing Company|location = New York|id =
*cite book|title = The Historical Atlas of United States Congressional Districts|last = Martis|first = Kenneth C.|authorlink =|coauthors =|year = 1982|publisher = Macmillan Publishing Company|location = New York|id =

External links

* [http://www.gpoaccess.gov/serialset/cdocuments/hd108-222/index.html Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress]
* [http://clerk.house.gov/art_history/house_history/index.html U.S. House of Representatives: House History]
* [http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/reference/two_column_table/stats_and_lists.htm U.S. Senate: Statistics and Lists]


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