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BROOKLYN TRADES AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS-Continued. Marine No. 61- Court st., Mondays. Member LABOR LYCEUM ASSOCIATION-Labor Lyceum, ship, 120.

Myrtle st. Membership, 278. stationary Engineers Lodge No. 8–389 Fulton LABORERS' UNION st., 1st and 3d Saturdays. Membership, 45.

General Council_353 Fulton st., 4th Sunday. EUREKA ASSOCIATION - Vide Shoemakers' Division No. 1-Hoyt, cor. Warren st., 1st Wed. Union (Hand Sewn).

nesday. Membership, 350. FAUSTUS LABOR CLUB-407 Bridge st., 2d Sun Division No. 2-Grand, cor. Havemeyer st., 1st day. Membership, 65.

Friday. Membership, 250. FILEMAKERS'—40' Maujer st., E. D. Member Division No. 3 (German)-81 Bartlett st., 3d ship, 96.

Wednesday. Membership, 360. FIREMEN-VULCAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION Division No. 428 Kosciusko st., 2d Tuesday. Alhambra Hall, 304 Bedford av., E. D., Thurs Membership, 450. days. Membership, 150.

Division No. 5--Cor. Grand av. and Pacific st., FIREMEN-LOCOMOTIVE-ATLANTIC LODGE No. 1st Monday. Membership, 350. 291. Schiellein's Hall, Atlantic av., 2d Saturday Division No. 6–Fifth av. and 220 st., 2d Monevening and 4th Sunday morning. Member. day. Membership, 250. ship, 40.

Division No. 7-Patchen av., cor. Madison st., FRAMERS

1st Monday. Membership, 200. German – 317 Court st., Tuesdays. Member

LABORERSship, 356.

Cement Union-Pattberg's Hall, 200 Montrose Union No. 1—276 Atlantic av., Wednesdays.

av., E. D., Thursdays. Membership, 87. Membership, 475.

(Cemetery) Vide South Brooklyn Labor Club. Union No. 2-117 Smith st. Membership, 180.

LATHERS, UNITED ORDER OF GENERAL-718 MyrUnion No. 3–83 Bartlett st., E. D., Sunday

tle av., 1st Fridays. Membership, 250. mornings. Membership, 450.

Union No. 1- 54 Graham av., E. D., WednesFUR PICKERS AND FUR TUBBERS—718 Myrtle

days. Membership, 175. av., 1st and 3d Thursdays. Membership, 84.

Union No. 2-142 Flatbush av., Fridays. MemFURNITURE WORKERS' UNION—(German) Labor

bership, 163. Lyceum, Wednesdays. Membership, 110.

Union No. 3–353 Fulton st., Thursdays. MemGERMAN TRADES ASSOCIATION–Humboldt st.

bership, 200. and Montrose av., Sundays. Over 20 Unions

LETTER CARRIERS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONaffiliated Membership, 2,500.

Tuckahoe Hall, 718 Myrtle av. Membership, GLASS WORKERS, CUTTERS AND MOULD MAKERS

130. United Flint Glass Workers' Association

LETTER CARRIERS' NATIONAL ASSOCIATION (Glass Cutters and Mould Makers). Cor. Grand

(Branch 1)- Membership, 87. and First sts., 2d and 4th Fridays. Membership,

LONGSHOREMEN

Granite Labor Club-718 Myrtle av., 2d and 4th Flint Glass Workers-Military Hall, Scholes st.,

Tuesdays. Membership, 250. 1st Saturday. Membership, 400.

Longshoremen's Union No. 2-Cor. Columbia GREEN GLASS WORKERS

st. and Atlantic av., Fridays. Membership, 570. Liberty Association-Cor. Third av. and Six

LOCKSMITHS' AND RAILING MAKERS' UNIONteenth st., Wednesdays. Membership, 51.

Montrose av., Thursdays. Membership, 30. Bushwick Union-Cor. Grand st. and Bushwick

LOCKSMITHS' UNION 381 Palmetto st., 1st and av., Thursdays. Membership, 48.

3d Fridays. Membership, 60. GRAINERS' UNION-Jay st., near Willoughby,

LONG ISLAND PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION D. A.

220, K. OF L.-315 Washington st., Sundays. 2d and 3d Mondays. Membership, 60.

Membership of its various Labor Associations GRANITE CUTTERS

over 10,000. Cypress Hills Branch-Bradford st., cor. At

MARBLE CUTTERS' UNION-Smith st., near Pacilantic av., 1st Friday after every 2d Saturday, fic, Wednesdays. Membership, Membership, 69.

MARBLE RUBBERS' UNION-Cor. Smith and Granite Cutters' Union, E. D.-183 McKibbin

Bushwick avs., Thursdays. Membership, 70. st., 2d and 4th Mondays. Membership, 150.

MAT MAKERS' - Cor. Tompkins and Park avs. GRAVE DIGGERS-Vide South Brooklyn Asso

1st and 3d Fridays. Membership, 230. ciation.

MILLWRIGHTS AND JOINERS-Grand Union Hall, HATTERS

Court st., Wednesdays. Membership, 150. Finishers' Association-American Hall, Bed MOROCCO WORKERS' UNION—718 Myrtle av., ford av., near Myrtle, 2d Wednesday in each Sundays. Membership, 140. month. Membership, 450.

MUSICAL UNIONSMakers' Association-American Hall, Bedford Bach Musical Club-329 Keap st., E. D. Memav., near Myrtle, 1st Wednesday. Membership, bership, 85. 350.

Balfe Musical Union No. 2-407 Bridge st., FriTrimmers' Association-Adelphi Hall, Myrtle days. Membership, 40. av., 3d Monday. Membership, 174.

Mozart Musical Union Mugge's Hall, 407 Robert Barrett Association-L. A. 7974, 1st Bridge st., Friday afternoons. Membership, 58. Monday in each month. Membership, 260.

Musical Progressive Union No. 3-118 Ewen HORSESHOERS' UNION No 7–359 Fulton st., Fri. st., 2d Friday. Membership, 50. days. Membership, 450.

PAINTERSHORSESHOERS' UNION No. 20-359 Fulton st., Union No. 2-353 Fulton st., Mondays.. MemWednesdays. Membership, 195.

bership, 572. HOUSESMITHS' UNION-Cor. of Myrtle ar, and Union No. 4368 Grand st., E. D., Thursdays. Navy st. Membership, 700.

Membership, 275. _INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION - Schwaldenobergus' Union No: '8 (German)--185 McKibbin st., E D., Hotel, L. I. City, Fridays, Membership, 75. Wednesdays.

INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION - Cor. Greene and Union No. 110–142 Flatbush av., Wednesdays. Manhattan avs., Tuesdays. Membership, 120. Membership, 60. IRON MOULDERS

PAVERS-Cor. Myrtle av. and Navy st., 2d and Union No. 22-Alhambra Hall, Bedford av., 2d 4th Thursdays. Membership, 100. and 4th Wednesdays. Membership, 175.

PILOTS' (American Steamboat Harbor), No. 5 Union No. 96–50 Court st., 1st and 3d Thurs -Mugge's Hall, 407 Bridge st., 2d and 4th Saturdays. Membership, 246.

days. Membership, 200. Union No. 215—Columbia, cor. Carroll st., 2d PATTERN MAKERS--(Iron Workers) 98 Forsyth Tuesday.

st., New York City, Mondays. Membership, 260. JOINERS AND GRAIN CEILERS—Cor. Columbia PLASTERERSand Carroll sts., 2d and 4th Mondays. Member Union No. 1–353 Fulton st., Wednesdays. ship, 250.

Membership, 700.

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BROOKLYN TRADES AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS-Continued. Union No. 2Germania Hall, Grand st., 1st and I SHIP JOINERS AND MILLWRIGHTs-Grand Union 3d Thursdays. Membership, 500.

Hall. Court st., Sundays. Membership, 185. PLUMBERS AND GAS FITTERS-(Arbitration Com SHIPSMITH'S CAULKERS-Cor. Court and Union mittee of Masters and Journeymen-339 Fulton | sts., 1st and 3d Tuesdays. Membership, 450. st., 2d and 4th Tuesdays.

SHIPWRIGHTSPLUMBERS

Cor. Court and Union sts., 2d and 4th WednesUnion No. 1–359 Fulton st., Mondays. Mem days. Membership, 500. bership, 800.

Shipwrights, Greenpoint-Cor. Greenpoint av. Uniun No. 6-Cor. Ten Eyck and Lorimer sts., and West st., 2d and 4th Saturdays. MemberE. D., Wednesdays. Membership, 250.

ship, 200. Laborers Union, W. D.-359 Fulton st., 2d and SHOEMAKERS' UNION (Hand Sewn). Vide Eureka 4th Thursdays. Membership, 180.

Association-Ten Eyck, cor. Lorimer st., SaturLaborers' Union, E._D. Bedford av. and days. Membership, 60. South Second st., E. D., Tuesdays. Membership, ŠHOEMAKERS LADIES' UNION, No. 1. 160.

SOUTH BROOKLYN LABOR CLUB (Grave Diggers RAILROAD (Surface) EMPLOYEES

and Cemetery Laborers_Grand and Lott sts., Americus Association--Labor Lyceum, E. D., Flatbush, Thursdays. Membership, 100. Fridays.

SPAR MAKERS' UNION-Heizler's Hall, 55 BroadBay Ridge-Fifth av. and Twenty-third st., way, E. D., Sundays. Membership, 95. Thursdays.

STAIR BUILDERSBridge-Court, cor. Joralemon st., Tuesdays. United Order of America-Eureka Hall, Bed

Brighton--Ninth av., cor. Braxton st., Tues ford av., 1st and 4th Mondays. Membership, 186. days.

STONE MASONS' UNION—353 Fulton st., 1st and Coronet-DeKalb and Throop avs., Saturdays. 3d Tuesdays. Membership, 350.

Flatbush-Shoemaker's Hall, Flatbush, Fri TAILORS' UNION No. 2 (German)--187 Montrose days.

av., E. D., Saturdays. Membership, 190. Franklin 444 Manhattan av., Thursdays.

THEATRICAL PROGRESSIVE UNION No. 2359 Feedom-International Hall, 2d and 4th Thurs Fulton st., 1st and 3d Sundays. Membership, 75. days.

TIN AND SHEET IRON ROOFERS--359 Fulton st., Greenpoint-181 Myrtle av., Saturdays.

Tuesdays. Membership, 474. Gwinette--726 Myrtle av., Fridays.

TRUCK DRIVERS' BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE Harmony-15 McDougal st., Saturdays.

ASSOCIATION-359 Fulton st., 2d and 4th Sundays. Independent-15 McDougal st., Thursdays.

Membership, 260. Myrtle Association-Hopkins and Throop avs., TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION No. 98-Cor. Court and

State sts., 1st and 3d Mondays. Membership, Standard-106 Boerum st., every 2d Thursday 375.

Thomas Jefferson-Moore's Hall, Nineteenth VARNISHERS' AND STAINERS' UNION—Labor st. and Third av., 2d and 4th Tuesdays.

Lyceum, Tuesdays. Membership, 300. Union-Madison and Patchen avs., Saturdays. VULCAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION-Vide Fire

United-Gray's Hall, Grand av. and Pacific men st., 2d and 4th Tuesdays.

WAITERS, RAMMERS' UNION No 3-Myrtle av. and Navy Brooklyn Waiters—87 Court st., Fridays. st., 1st and 3d Wednesdays. Membership, 100. Membership, 70.

RIGGERS' UNION (Port of New York)-217 Long Island Waiters-51 Ewen st:, Friday Court st., 2d and 4th Fridays. Membership, 230. | afternoons. Membership, 56. SALESMEN AND WOMEN

WATCH CASE MAKERS' UNION-407 Bridge st., Evening Star Association-Cor. Franklin and 1st and 3d Saturdays. Manhattan avs. 1st and 3d Thursdays. Mem. WOOD WORKERS' UNION-Vide Euclid Associa bership, 120.

tion, 112 Court st., 1st and 3d Fridays.,

Fridays.rd_106 Boerum ore's Ha

ILLUMINATING COMPANIES. BROOKLYN-180 Remsen st. James H. Arming METROPOLITAN 563 Atlantic av. Charles H. ton, Pres. and Engineer; E. Storer. Sec. Capital Stoddard, Pres.: H. H. Rogers, Vice-Pres.; A. F. stock, $2,000,000. District is bounded by Wash Staniford, Sec. Capital stock, $870,000 District ington, Flatbush and Atlantic avs. 72 miles of begins at the southeast cor. of Atlantic av, and gas mains.

Nevins st., running east on south side of AtlanBROOKLYN ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COM tic and Flatbush avs. to City line; then south to PANY-343 Kent av. Noah L. Cocheu. Pres.; and including New Utrecht; then west and north Thomas Black, Sec.

along New York Bay, Gowanus Canal and NevBROOKLYN MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC ILLUMINATING ins st. to starting point. 54 miles of gas mains. COMPANY—126 Broadway. Matthew Dean, Pres.; NASSAU-191 St. James pl. H. P. Morgan, James D. Jensen, Treas.

Pres.; S. T. White, Sec. Capital stock, $1,000,CITIZENS'-130 'Atlantic av. S. A. Lathrop. 000. District is bounded by DeKalb av., BroadPres.: Samuel F. Tudor, Sec. Capital stock, way, Washington av. and the old City line. 95 $1,500,000. District, Atlantic av., south side, miles of gas mains. from East River to Nevins, to Butler, north side. PEOPLE's-419 Myrtle av. Edwin Ludlam, to Gowanus Bay and water front back to Atlan Pres.; Wm. Marshall, Vice-Pres.: E. D. Mitchell, tic av. 43 miles of gas mains.

Sec. Capital stock, $1,000,000. District begins CITIZENS' ELECTRIC ILLUMINATING COMPANY at northeast cor. DeKalb and Washington avs., Navy st., cor. DeKalb av. John Delmar, Pres. along DeKalb to Broadway, to Division av. (both

EDISON ELECTRIC ILLUMINATING COMPANY sides), to East River, along Kent and WashingPearlst., n. Myrtle av.; 7 Quincy st. and 26 Lex ton avs. to starting point. 54 miles of gas mains. ington av. Ethan Allen Doty, Pres.; R. C. Pea UNION-Atlantic av. and Ashford st. Samuel body, Sec. and Treas.

J. Young, Pres. : Miles A. Brown, Sec. and Treas. FULTON MUNICIPAL_342 Fulton st. James Capital stock, $250,000. District, 26th Ward, Jourdan, Pres.; Walter K. Rossiter, Sec. and formerly town of New Lots. Treas. Capital stock, $3,000,000. District, East WILLIAMSBURGH_324 Bedford av. Henry River to Reid av., and Atlantic av. to Navy Steers, Pres.; H. H. Rogers, Vice-Pres.; C. W. Yard and Myrtle av. District includes 1st, 2d, Blodget, Sec. Capital stock, $1,000,000. District, 3d, 4th, 5th, 7th, 1:th, 20th, 21st and 23d Wards the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th Wards. 60 miles of gas mains.

| 130 miles of gas mains.

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6 to 8
wrights..........

21 Bartenders.

6 to 20
Men... ......

Morocco Workers... 9 to 12
Blue Stone Cutters ..
Furniture Workers,

Musicians ......

17 to 30 Boiler Makers

15 to 18
(German)......

10 to 16 50 Painters... .... 16 50 to 18 Bookbinders

Cabinet Makers...
9 to 16 Pavers...

27 to 30 Forwarders..... 18 to 21 Upholsterers ...... 15 to 30 Pilots

per mo. Finishers

22 to 24 Varnishers ...... 7 to 15 Steamboat, Rulers ...... 20 to 24 Gas Fixture Makers

Plasterers...

24 Cutters ....... 14 to 18 Buffers...... 15 to 18 Plumbers. ...

21 Case Makers ... 20 to 26 Chandelier Makers. 17 to 19 I Laborers .....

16 50 Brass Founders...... 15 to 18

Chasers.....

18 to 25 Printers, Brewery EmployeesCock Makers. 20 to 25 Weekly ..

18 Inside Hands ...... 15 to 18 Designers.....

25 to 70 Day .......

400 m. Drivers ..... 18 Filers. 11 to 14 Night..

50c. m. Drivers' Helpers... 12 to 15 Modelers...... 20 to 30 On Machines.. Bricklayers, Front .. 30

Pattern Makers. 20 to 26 Pressmen.......
Rough............

24
Glass Workers-

Stereotypers....... 32 to 35 Laborers .......... 15 to 16 50 Cutters and Moul

Railroad Employees. 10 50 to 14 Brown Stone Cutters

ders..........
16 to 20 Rammers .........

18 Summer, 9 months.

Flint Glass .....
22 50

cts. per hr. Winter, 8 months..

Green Glass....

Riggers.............. Brown Stone Rubb'rs

Grainers.....

18 to 19 50, Roofers, Gravel ..... Butchers' Employees 9 to 13 Granite Cutters. 16 50 to 18 Tin and Slate...... Carpenters .......... 115 to 19 50 || Rubbers.

12 to 15 Sash and Blind MaCart Drivers......... 10 to 12

cts. per hr.!! kers ............. 12 to 19 50 Cartmen, horse and Grave Diggers .....

Salesmen and women 6 to 30 cart......... 4p. diem Hatters..............

$15 to 20 Scene Shifters....... 10 50 to 12 Carriage Makers..... Horseshoers, Fire

Shipsmiths...
Cellar Diggers...... 12 to 15 men ....

Shipwrights ...
Chew'g Gum Makers 12 to 21 Fitters and Drivers 19 50 Shoemakers
Boys...........
7 to 10 Floormen.....

18

Cutters ....... Packers . ..... 4 to 7 Housesmiths, Fitters

Fitters........

6 to 9 Cigar Makers.... 9 to 25 Helpers............ 10

Machinists ....

18 Clock Makers........ 15 to 18 Tron Workers

Lasters ...... Clothing Cutters. ... 18 to 19 50 Holders on ....

Soap Makers. .. 12 to 25 Coach Drivers' EmMachinists...... .... 15 to 16 50 Spar Makers....

18 ployees-Drivers. 12 Moulders......

air Builders ... 19 50 Stablemen ......

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Pattern Makers.. 21 Stone Masons..

24 Washers .....

14
Riveters..
15 Storemen ..

7 to 14 Coal Drivers ..... 10 50 to 12 Joiners

19 50 Straw Workers .....

3 to 12 Shovelers. 7 50 to 10 50 Laborers

cts. per hr. Sugar Refinery, ] Coffee Handlers ... 10 50 to 12! Cemetery. .......

15
borers ........

9 to 12 Packers ....... | 7 50 to 9| General ........... 9 to 15

Tailors.. ...........

12 to 27 Coopers ........ 15 to 18 Lathers ...........

19 50

Textile Workers.... 4 50 to 9 cts. per hr.||Lead Workers, skill

Tile Layers.......... 4 p. diem. Caulkers. ......

ed ........

15 to 18 U Helpers ..... Derrick Men ... 13 50to16 50 Lead Workers, un

Tin and Sheet Iron Drivers, Brick Carts. 12

skilled...........

9 to 12 | Workers ..... Engineers............ 19 to 30 Leather Workers. ... 13 50 to 21 Tin Can Makers .. 18 to 20 per mon. Longshoremen cts. per hr. Tinsmiths ....

18 to 20 Marine ........ 60 to 150 Day.......... 30 to 40 Tool Makers..

21 to 24 File Makers........

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Truck Drivers ... 12 to 13 per diem. Locksmiths.......... 18 to 19 50 Varnishers .

15 Firemen...... 2 to 2 50 Lumber Handlers. ) 50 to 12 Waiters ......

10 to 13 per mon. Marble Cutters ..... 21 Watch Case Makers 18 to 24 Firemen, Locomo-1 45 to 50 " Rubbers....

Wood Bundlers..... 17 K0 to 10 50 . cts. per hr. Mat Makers ... 9 to 15 Wood Workers .... 15 to 19 50 Framers........... . 37

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Brooklyn National Banks, 1890.
The following table shows the condition of the National Banks for the last quarter of 1890:

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First National Bank.

$121 751 $965,849 52 $4,758,661 75 Manufacturers' Nat'l B'l 9,177 27 * 231,147 19 2,469,782 95 Nassau National Bank.. 13,000 00

271,000 0 ....... .. National City Bank...... 13,262 00 165,000 00 3,359,195 80 Sprague National Bank... *5,219 83 259,450 681..........

* This includes reserve fund.

$300,000 $761,230 35 $4,335,590 46

252.000 204,609 53 2,032,447 88 800,0001 506.000 091 2,300,000 00 300,000 110,525 00 2,256,507 65 200,0001 110,892 831 721,175 80

Car-
riages.

Eques-
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Total.

BROOKLYN PARKS. Prospect Park contains 5164 acres. In wood-1

ACCIDENTS. land, 110 acres; in lakes and watercourses, 77 Carriages and sleighs, 176; saddle horses, 19; acres; in meadows, 70 acres; in plantations, 2593

bicycles and tricycles, 22; fell in lake, 3; taken acres; in drives, 8% miles; bridle roads, 30

sick in park, 14; killed by falling from tree in miles; walks, 10% miles.

City Park, 1; fracture of arm by falling from Ocean Parkway is 54 miles long and 210 feet

carriage, i; fell in park, 8; leg broken, playing wide. Eastern Parkway is 24 miles long and 210 ball, 1; sprained ankle, stopping runaway horse feet wide.

1; fell from truck, 1. Area of Other Parks.

PARK IMPROVEMENTS MADE IN 1890. Coney Island Concourse.

70 acres. New workshops in Prospect Park, near Seventh Parade Ground......

street und Ninth avenue. Washington Park.

Shed for horses and teams at Flower Garden Tompkins Park..

Shelter, Prospect Park. City Park..........

Many new walks and walks repaired in ProsCarroll Park......

pect Park. City Hall Park.....

New Water Main in Prospect Park. Winthrop Park...

New stone and iron fence and concrete sideBushwick Park....

walk around Tompkins Park. Small inclosures.....

40,516 square feet of walk were relaid in Wash

ington Park. Total..

........1761

New music stand in Washington Park,

24.435 cubic yards of earth filling for Winthrop The construction of Prospect Park began in

Park. June, 1866, and ceased in 1874, being about two

-8,312 cubic yards of top soil for Winthrop Park. thirds finished. The land cost $3,919,370.70; con

New nursery and greenhouses in Prospect

Park. struction cost $5,239,964.11. Total, $9,159,334.81.

Iron and steel bridge over the Lullwater, ProsVisitors, 1890.

pect Park.

Flower Garden Shelter altered and restaurant accommodations provided.

Stone and iron bridge near Breeze Hill (in Month.

process of erection).

LIST OF MONUMENTS IN PROSPECT PARK.

Lincoln Monument; Bust of Washington IrvJanuary 386,900 7,254 122,858) 517,012 ing; Bust of J. Howard Payne; Bust of Thomas February 254,013 4,954 105,064 364,031 Moore; Soldiers and Sailors' Monument (in March 285,507 3,391 87,018 424, 342 course of erection). April... 398,901 5,593 223,832 628,326 May

219,334 9,652 1,039, 718 1,268,704 Soldiers' and Saliors' Monument. June... 194,010 5,981 1,320,874 1,520,865 July

156,753 5,043 1,180,702 1,342, 498 The dimensions of the Memorial Arch now in August... 210.196 6,395 1,462,419 1,679,011

course of construction on the plaza to Prospect Septem.. 264,874 9,063 1,150,255) 1,424,192

Park will be as follows:
October.. 171,191 7,328 727,747 907,066
Novem... 230.541 13,406 926, 111 1,170,058
Decem... 100,153 7,543 698,095 805,791

Feet. Inches. Totals... 2,873,1911 85,6031 9,044,693 12,051,995

Total height..... In the month of March there were 48,426 Total width. sleighs; in December, 89.957. Total sleighs, Total depth... 138,383.

Height of arch....
Total number of visitors on Sundays, 2,948,102.

Width of arch
Total number of visitors on concert days, 777,597.
Largest number in one day, May 18, 1890, 186, 836.

Park and Play Grounds. SATURDAY CONCERTS, PROSPECT PARK.. .16 BROOKLYN SOCIETY FOR PARK AND PLAY GROUNDS First concert, June 7; last concert, Septem

FOR CHILDREN.

First Society in the State formed under the ber 20.

General Arbor Day Law of 1888. Samuel B. WASHINGTON PARK CONCERTS.........16

Duryea, Pres. ; Tunis G. Bergen, Vice Pres.: First concert, June 7; last concert, Septem

Truman J. Backus, Treas. ; E. O. Ball, Sec. ber 20. SUNDAY CONCERTS, PROSPECT PARK .... 16

Cruiser No. 7. First concert, June 8; last concert, September 28.

The construction of a 3,000-ton steel ship, Total number of concerts....... ........ 48

designated as Cruiser No. 7, is going forward at

the Navy Yard, This vessel was begun in the SPORTS AT PROSPECT PARK.

fall of 1889. She is to have a length over all of Picnics, 391; base ball games, 1,017; foot ball

305 feet 6 inches, and a breadth extreme of 42 games, 114; cricket games, 72; lacrosse games, 1.

feet | inch. Her depth of hold will be 23 feet 8

inches, and her mean draught, 18 feet. The PARK POLICE FORCE.

cruiser will be very fast, with engines of 10,000 One captain, 7 sergeants and 69 patrolmen.

horse power, her estimated speed being between

19 and 20 knots. The engines are building at Total force, 77. Distributed as follows: Prospect the Navy Yard. Cruiser No. 7 has a protective Park, 6 sergeants, 50 patrolmen; Washington deck. Her battery will consist of ten 4-inch Park, 1 sergeant, 6 patrolmen; City Park, 2 pa rapid fire guns, a 6-inch breech-loading rifle, and trolmen: Tompkins Park, 3 patrolmen; Carroll a secondary battery of smaller rapid fire guns, Park, 2 patrolmen; Eastern Parkway, 3 patrol revolving cannon and gatlings. She will proba. men; Ocean Parkway, 3 patrolmen.

bly be named the Cincinnati.

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KINGS COUNTY GOVERNMENT.
Board of Supervisors.

Salary.
Lunacy Officer, Thomas Moran............$1,200
COURT HOUSE.

Warrant Officer, James Flaherty .......... 1,000

Salary. Supervisor-at-Large PAUL H. KRETZSCHMAR$5,000

Investigator County Wards, Jas. Fletcher1,000

Investigator County Wards, Patrick Urell. 900 Sec'ry to Sup.-at-Large, Wm. L. Howard.. 1,600 Clerk of Board, E. B. Cadley.............. 4,0

Physician, E. G. Metcalfe, M. D...

1,600 Assistant Clerk, M. T. Dowden .... 1,700

Physician, J. J. O'Connell, M. D........... 1,600 Second Assistant Clerk, Thomas F.Waldron 1,600

Morgue Keeper, Patrick McGuire.... 1,500 Minute Clerk, R. V. Remsen .....

Storekeeper, William H. McLaughlin...... 1,500

2,300 ....... Counsel, John B. Meyenborg .

3,000

Asst. Storekeeper, Michael McCarty....... 1,500 Committee Clerk, Thomas J.

1,200
Supt. Almshouse, William Murray ...

1.800 Stenographer, W. B. Green..

1,000

Steward Almshouse, William Davison. ... 1,200

Steward Hospital, Emil Schiellein... Assistant Sergt-at-Arms and Messenger, M.

1,200

Apothecary Hospital, Thomas D. Hughes. 1.000 Superintendent of Construction and Re Gen. Medical Supt., John A. Arnold, M. D. 3,000 pairs, Daniel Ryan...................... 3,0

Medical Supt. Hospital, J.T. Duryea, M.D. 1,200 Board of Supervisors, 30 members (each). 1,0

Medical Supt. Asylum, Flatbush, W. S. President, pro tem., Richard L. Baisley

Fleming, M. D .........

.... 1,800 Members: Henry C. Simonson, Martin F.

Asst. Physician, Asylum, Flatbush, Tra 0. Conly, Henry A. Willis, John McKeown, Patrick

Tracy, M. D.... Barry, Eugene R. Judge, Francis H. Mc

Asst. Physician, Asylum, Flatbush, Philip Guire, Robert H. Attlesey, Thomas Fitchie,

P. Carlon, M. 'D...

600 John J. Donahue, Charles W. Swan, Robert

Asst. Physician, Asylum, Flatbush, Albert O'Donnell, Stephen B. Jacobs, Patrick J.

C. Bishop, M.'D ..

450 Ralph, Henry C Saffen, Charles Juengst, Harvey

Asst. Physician, Asylum, Flatbush, Edward

D. Smith, M. D T. Lewis, Peter P. Gangloff, William C. Car

450

. rick, Wm. L. Bennem, William P. Riggs, Geo.

Medical Supt., Asylum, St. Johnland, L. I.; H. Deitsch, Olin B. Lockwood, Wm. E. French,

John L. Macumber, M. D..... Wm. F. Extance, Henry Woífert, William M.

Asst. Supt., Asylum, St. Johnland, L. I., Lynam, Richard L. Baisley, John Y. McKane,

Oliver M. Dewing, M. D........

750 Cornelius Furguson.

Steward, St. Johnland, Charles A. Murray, 1,000

Warden, Penitentiary, Patrick Hayes..... 3,500 County Clerk's office.

Deputy Warden, Jas. Hughes.............. 1,500 HALL OF RECORDS.

Clerk, Penitentiary, William R. Hennessey 1,200 County Clerk, WILLIAM J. KAISER...... ... Fees.

Physician, Penitentiary, P. L Schenck ... 1,000 Deputy, William P. Rhodes..........

Chief Engineer, Patrick McCanna ........ 2,500 Equity Clerk, Chas. Y. Van Doren......

Asst. Chief Engineer, Theodore Steinwerth 1,200 Requisition Clerk, John W. Kaiser ....

The pay roll of this Department amounts to Docket Clerk, Frank L. Barnard.....

$205,000 a year, including the Penitentiary. Docket Clerk, William Korff.......

Department of Jurors.
Record Clerk, William Meldrum ..........
Searcher, N. F. Cornwell..................

COURT HOUSE.

Commissioner of Jurors, WM. A. FUREY...$5,000 County Register's Office.

Deputy Commissioner, J.P. W. Cawthorne 2,500 HALL OF RECORDS.

Clerk, R. H. Furey......... County Register, JAMES KANE............. Fees.

Clerk, A. J. Michaels ...... . .......... 1.800 Deputy, William Barre...................

Clerk, D. F. M. Ferguson ........

1,800 Coroners' Office.

Department of the Treasury. COURT HOUSE.

COURT HOUSE. . Coroner, A. J. ROONEY, M. D. (W. D.)...... Fees.

County Treasurer, HENRY H. ADAMS......$5,000 Coroner, GEORGE H. LINDSAY (E. D.)...... Fees.

Deputy Treasurer, James Gardiner.....
Clerk, Daniel M. Kelly....

$2,500
| Bookkeeper, E. S. Bogart..

2,800 Stenographer, Edmond S. Linehan......

Cashier, L. J. Tormey .....

2,000 1,500 Clerk, John Harrington....

1,500 Court House. Clerk, W. R. McGuire.......

.... 1,500 Court House Keeper, THOMAS MARTIN..... $1,800

Hall of Records. Ass't Court House Keeper, Thos. F. O'Neil, 1,000

Keeper, MORTIMER B. O'SHEA.............. $1,800 Ass't Court House Keeper. James Donar.. 1,0

Assistant, Peter Tynan.... ..

1,000 Watchman, Geo. Gallagher ....

1,000
Engineer, Matthew McKinney....

1,200 Day Watchman, J. C. Grimes ......

1,000
Assistant Engineer, John McMahon.

1,200 Engineer, Michael Clancy 1,200

1,000 Assistant Engineer, John Brady..

1,200

Watchman, John Broderick ............ 1,000 Fireman, James Fitzpatrick.............. 900

Public Administrator.
Department of Audit.

WILLIAM B. DAVENPORT, 189 Montague st.
COURT HOUSE.
County Auditor, FREDERICK KELLER. ...... $3,000

Sheria's Office.

COURT HOUSE.
Department of Charities

Sheriff, JOHN COURTNEY.................. Fees. and Corrections.

Under Sheriff, Hugh McLoughlin...

Equity Clerk, William C. Courtney......
CENTRAL OFFICE. 29 ELM PLACE.

Court Clerk, Patrick Crook....
Commissioner, B. FRANK GOTT, Pres. .....$5,000 Counsel to the Sheriff, Wm. J. Courtney.
Commissioner, FRANCIS NOLAN............ 5,000 Warden, Jail, Peter J. Doyle.......
Commissioner, GEORGE H. MURPY, Treas.. 5,000 Deputies, William J. Cunningham, James
Secretary, Bernard Lamb.....

.. 2,500

Dixon, Louis C. Ott and Thos. Crummey, Counsel, John A. Quintard........

. 3,000 Keepers, Daniel J. Lyons, Jos. R. Brennan, Bookkeeper, Daniel J, Doyle......

1,200 Edward Smith and James C. Walsh..... Relief Clerk, Joseph Short, Jr....

2,200 Matrons, Mrs. Buckley and Miss Maggie Abandonment Clerk, George Brown ....... 1,500 Cunningham ............... County Wards Clerk, Frederick Goodhue.. 1,500 Jail Physician, A. W. Shepard, M. D......$2,000 Asst. Relief Clerk, James L. Connelly...... 1,200 | Jail Engineer, Edward J. Thomas....... 1,200

3.000

Arratshman Yohn Stringer.................

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