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ected United States Senator......Jan. 28, 1891 Shooting of Col. Sam Wood, pioneer free-State man, in a county seat fight in Stevens county......June 23, 1891 United States Senator Plumb dies at Washington, D. C., of apoplexy......Dec. 20, 1891 Bishop W. Perkins appointed United States Senator by the governor in place of Plumb, qualifies......Jan. 5, 1892 Bob and Emmet Dalton, Joseph Evans, and Texas Jack, shot and killed by citizens while attempting to rob the First National and Condon's banks in Coffeyville; four citizens are killed in the affray......morning of Oct. 5, 1892 L. D. Lewelling elected governor by the Populists and Democrats......November, 1892 Republicans and Populists each claim the speakership in the House......Jan. 10, 1893 [Separate organizations effected.] Republicans take forcible possession of Representative Hall, Topeka......Feb. 15, 1893 [Militia called out by the governor.] A peace agreement signed......Feb. 17, 1893 Supreme Court