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BROOKLYN POLICE STATISTICS.

Arrests.

Years.

no Occupations.

1864

288 190 4,109 10,711 11:165 3,655 1,844 4,553 666 992 6,705 14,820 4,473 1865

296,112 373 251 5,747 13,735 14,388 5,094 2,554 7,113 1,021 876 8,813 19,482 4,636 1866.

383 273 6,703 15,249 13,779 8,178 2,640 7,459 1,455 2,431 9,427 21,957 5,451 1867

412 320 6,598 14, 480 12,055 9,023 2,051 6,169 1,225 2,222 9,607 21,078 4,665 1868

441 301 5,862 12,838 12,948, 5,752 1,868 7,138 997 1.518 7,112! 18,700 4,553 1869

447 303 5,894 12,836 13,454] 5,286 2,180 6,780 924 1,673 7,353 17,730 4,683 1870. 396,099 450 324

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3,372 1871. 450 281 6,287 11,299 12,562 5,024 2,068

918 1,707 5,808 17,586 4,629 1872. 523 281 7,868 14,932 16,975 5,825 2,470.

1,301 8,993 22,800 2,929 1873.

569 369 8,732 16,856 17,985 7,603 2,338 9,858 1,127 1,536 10,050 25,588 4,525 1874.

591 376 10,359 15,904 17,763 8,500 2.909 9,715 1,407 1,689 10,951 26,263 4,442 1875.

484,616 592 346 10,139) 14,561 17,074 7,626 2,887 9,172 1,268 1,487 10,093 24,700 4,112 1876.

621 384 11,719 14,950 17,869 8,800 2,240 9,680 1,463 1,773 12,024 26,669 4,851 1877.

623 384 10,326 16,531 21, 813 6,544 3,131 8,275 1,520 1,621 12,356 26,857 5,056 1878.

628 399 11,594 13,779 20,697 4,676 2,739 8,745 1,316 1,504 11,411 25,373 4,817 1879.

635 401 11,462 14,244 20,495 5,211 2,772 7,774 2,493 1,107 13,018 25,706 4,870 1880.

566,689 633 410 12,335 14,450 22,633 4,152 2,858 10,207 1,5101,376 11,286 26,785 4,831 1881 (est)..584,659 642 432 13,501 15,388 24,831 4,058 2,967 12,971 1,543 1,118 10,715 28,889 5,479 1882 (est)... 601, 103 646 424 14,058 13,532 22,562 5,048 2,674 11,965 1,671 546 11,712 27,610 5,082 1883 (est).. 617,517661 434 13,315 13,504 21,801 5,018 2,869 12,277 1,471 371 10,723 26,819 4,769 1884 (est)... 634,887 718 486 12,663 13,456 22,436 3,683 2,761 11,224 1,409 290 10,864 26,119 4,266 1885 (est).

673,050 758 501 14,236 13,155 22,759 4,632 2,776 12,898 1,375 232 11,485 27,391 3,633 1866 (est) 750,000 777 601 13,738 11,971 22,075 3,634 3,180 12,699 1,350 295 9,535 25,709 4,380 1887 (est)

765.000) 930 609 | 14.217 14.350) 23.912 4.655) 3.032) 13.754 1.344 2760 11.5051 28,567] 4,284 1888 (est)... 782,2211 997652 16,302 14,822 26,032 5,092 3,329 15,726 1,458 277 11,792| 31, 1241 4,036 1889 (est)... 852,467 1157 757 | 20,438 14,193 29,644 4,987 3,278) 19,025 1,329 292 12,036) 34, 631/ 4,493

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BROOKLYN EXCISE STATISTICS. The following table shows the number of applications and number of licenses granted and revoked in Brooklyn during the past eight years, and amount of money received :

No.of Ap- Licenses Licenses 1st Class 2d Class 3d Class Money plications Revoked. Granted. ($100). ($75). ($50). Received.

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Dec. 1, 1882, to Nov. 30, 1883. 3,124 29 2,704
1883,
1884. 3,073 91

2,840 2,988 173
1885. 3,142 42

2,874 2,550 159 1886 3,212 27

3,020 2,720 175 1887 3,623 15

3,296 2,988 193
1888, 3,750 13

3,506
3,191

201
“ 1888,“
1889 3,992 15

3,613 3,301 221
1889,
1890. 4,098

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3,804 3,491 238 On November 30, 1890, 3,721 licensed places were in existence in Brooklyn.

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TOWNS OF KINGS COUNTY.
Flatbush.

Board of Health, Supervisor, Justice of the
Towx OFFICERS.

Peace, Town Clerk, and Citizen Member, Supervisor, William M. Lynam.

Nicholas W. Brown. Town Clerk, Frank McK. Gleason.

Poundmasters, Wm. Hefferon, John SchlattenAssessors, J. Lott Vanderbilt, William A. Hay

berg. wood and E. C. McCall.

Sexton, John H. Van Houten. Justices of the Peace, James F. Kelly, Henry

ORGANIZATIONS. Bornkamp, Edward 'Sweeny and William Mc- Democratic Association, Henry A. Lemken, Mahon.

Pres.; Richard V. Remsen, Sec. Tax Collector, Adrian M. Williamson, to May 1, Election December 16—Republican Association, 1893.

F. Ford, Pres.; J. G. Morrell, Sec. Commissioners of Highways, Henry Hesterberg, Engine Co. No. 1, W. H. Thomas, Foreman. James Fitzpatrick, Adam Balzer, Jr.

N. S. Ford Post, G. A. R., No. 161, Alex. J. Excise Commissioners, J. McConnell, John J. Fisher, Commander. O'Brien, Adam Scherfi.

Young Men's Christian Association, C. McCrodTown Auditors, John Moore, George J. Vander- den, Pres.; T. M. Allen, Sec.

Excelsior Beneficial Gun Club, Chas. Morrell, Constables, George E. Smith, Robert J. Kane, Pres.

Edward McCarthy, John McMahon, F. Hege- Amersfort Athletic Club, Jacob Remsen, Pres. man.

Union Gun Club, John T. Ford, Pres.
Board of Improvement, Christian Schaffer, Turtle Club, W. H. Thomas, Pres.

Pres.; H. T. Montgomery, P. L. Williamson,
James Ryan, J. P. Vanderveer, W. S. Schoon-

Gravesend. maker, R Cousins; A. M. Williamson, Sec.

Town OFFICERS. Town Board of Health, Supervisor, Justice of Supervisor, John Y. McKane.

the Peace, Town Clerk and Citizen Member, Town Clerk, John L. Voorhies. William T. Travis.

Tax Collector, Peter H. Rumph. Police Commissioners, P. L. Williamson, Pres.; Commissioner of Investment, John L. Voorhies.

J. D. Randolph, Sec.; Joseph T. Smith, Treas.; Justices of the Peace, Jacques S. Stryker, Henry Keyser, Police Captain.

Richard V. B. Newton, John McMahon and Poundmaster, M. Tully.

K F. Sutherland. Keeper, Town Hall, Thomas H. Glass.

Assessors, Abraham R. Coles, J. H. Brennan Fire Department, Herman T. Martens, Pres.;

and George H. Delano. George Schrimpf, Chief.

Commissioners of Common Lands, Garrett Washington Engine No. 1, Wm. H. Swartwout,

Katen, Pres.; Thomas Ferguson, Sec.; Charles Foreman.

Lundy, Treas.; Henry Osborn and 'William Melrose Hose Co. No. 1, John Bogart, Foreman. Remsen. Washington Hook and Ladder No. 1, Frank Heg- Board of Health, Supervisor, Justices of the eman, Foreman.

Peace, Town Clerk and Citizen Member, S. Farmers' Hook and Ladder No.2, Gustave Jap

Stryker Williamson. pert, Foreman.

Excise Commissioners, John Lundy, Harry Windsor Hose Co. No. 2, John Probert, Foreman.

Taylor and A. D. Buschman. Woodbine Hose Co. No. 3, Joseph Nettleton, Town Auditors, James N. Johnson, Pres.; Chas. Foreman.

C. Overton, Sec.; and James B. Voorhies. Malbone Hose Co. No. 4, Chas. A. Kleinfelder,

Commissioners of Highways, Andrew Boyle, Foreman.

John Whalen and Nicholas J. Johnson. Assessed valuation, real estate, $6,156,465.

Constables, Geo. F. Kleist, John McCready, ORGANIZATIONS.

David D. O'Connor, A. Scott Jimison and Alpine Social, Frank Pigott, Pres.; James Mc- Charles W. Riley. Kinney, Sec.

Chief of Police, John Y. McKane. Citizens' League, R. Young, Pres; H.W. Sherrill, Police Captain, John T. Hinman. Sec.

Sexton, A. E. Stillwell. Democratic Association, James F. Kelly, Pres.; Poundmaster, P. Haley. James Fitzpatrick, Sec.

ORGANIZATIONS. Flatbush Benevolent Association, John Mahon, Fire Department. Conrad Stubenbord, Pres.; Pres.

R. T. Sutherland, Chief.
Flatbush Firemen's Association, Wm. Swartout, Atlantic Hook and Ladder Co., Kenneth F.
Pres.; James F. McNulty, Sec.

Sutherland, Foreman.
Flatbush Young Republican Club, Charles A.. Atlantic Hose Co., J. E. Eustis, Foreman.
Ackerly, Pres.

Friendship Engine Co., Henry Osborn, Foreman.
Jeffersonian League, Frank McK. Gleason, Pres. Friendship Hook and Ladder Co., James Mc-
Kerswill Post, G. A. R., No. 149, J. J. Werner, Kane, Foreman.
Commander.

Gravesend Beach Engine Co., Harry Bateman, Midwood Club, Dr. Homer L. Bartlett, Pres.; Foreman. Henry W. Sherrill, Sec.

Democratic Association, William V. B Bennett, Republican Association, Edward B. Vanderveer, Pres.; John T. Lowe, Sec. Pres.; George C. Case, Sec.

Republican Association, Henry R. Williams,

Pres.; Charles C. Overton, Sec.
Flatlands.

Taxpayers Association, A. N. Stratton, Pres.;

Charles C. Overton, Sec. Supervisor, Richard L. Baisley.

Impromptu Charitable Relief Association, S. Town Clerk, John S. Schenck.

Stryker Williamson, Pres.; Jacques S. Stryker, Tax Collector, Fred. E. Lemken.

Sec.; John L. Voorhies, Treas. Assessors, Charles E. Denton, James Ryder,

Gravesend Beach Citizens Association, John W. W. Kouwenhoven. Commissioners of Highways, Robert Cathcart,

Bateman, Pres.; Henry F: Wolff, Sec.

Atlantic Rod and Gun Club, R. Duyer, Pres.; Joshua Stafford, John Matthews.

H. Ferris, Sec.
Justices of the Peace, John M. Wilson, William
H. Thomas, John C. Mathews, Elias Hendrick-

New Utrecht. son.

Town OFFICERS.
Constables, A. W. Skidmore, John T. Ford, Supervisor, C. Furguson.

Richard McAvoy, A. L. Remsen, H. F. Storer, Town Clerk, Jacob C. Moore.
Excise Commissioners, John H. Nolan, Alex. Assessors, Charles H. Lott, Watson L. Bennett
J. Fisher, B. F. Hornan.

and John Neville.

TOWNS OF KINGS COUNTY-.Continued. Justices of the Peace, Charles W. Church, W. Republican Association, Andrew Hegeman, Bennett Wardell, Charles A. Conrady and Pres. ; John Neville, Sec. John Cowenhoven.

G. A. R., Lefferts Benson Post, meet at Bath Tax Collector, William Keegan.

Beach;

Commander. Town Auditors, Henry Ahrens, Abram Lott and Citizens' Association of Bath Beach, P. Bogart, J. Holmes Van Brunt.

Pres.; J. C. Rhodes, Sec. Commissioners of Highways, A. V. B. Voorhies, Citizens' Association of Bay Ridge and Fort M. H. White and Peter F. McEvoy.

Hamilton, Van Brunt Bergen, Pres.; L. M. Constables, Patrick Drury, John Specht, John Lent, Sec.

W. Maloney, Philip Leonhardt and Kormack Citizens Association of School District No. 3, Flanagan.

H. C. Bull, Pres. ; H. C. Smith, Sec.
Board of Health, Supervisor, Justices of the Young Men's Christian Association of New

Peace, Town Clerk and Citizen Menaber, Utrecht, Jere R. Van Brunt, Pres.
Elisha Kingsland.

Fire Department—Liberty Hook and Ladder of Board of Sewer Commissioners (Bath Beach Bath Beach, John V. Van Pelt, Foreman.

district), T. A. Ritson, Geo. E. Nostrand, C. Hamilton Engine Co. No. 1, Fort Hamilton, Furguson, Jr., F. C. de Mund and A. V. B. Francis Fowler, Foreman. Voorhies.

Bay Ridge Engine Co. No. 1, W. Lammael, Board of Improvement, C. Furguson, J. Lott Foreman.

Nostrand, 'John Cowenhoven, W. 'Bennett Neptune Engine Co. No. 2, Rupert Werner, Wardell and William Keegan.

Foreman. Excise Commissioners, A. V. B. Bennett, John Neosho Hook and Ladder, Bay Ridge, E. W. McGlynn and R. Werner.

Bliss, Foreman.
Flagging Commissioners, C. Furguson, T. M. Old Jackson Hook and Ladder, Bath Beach

Hegeman, J, Lott Nostrand, T. Å. Kitson and Junction, A. Melville, Foreman.
M. J. McGrath.

Athletic Association of Bath Beach, M. J.
ORGANIZATIONS.

McGrath, Pres. Democratic Association, J. Holmes Van Brunt, Kings County Gas and Illuminating Co., J. K. O. Pres.; William Keegan, Sec.

Sherwood, Pres.

BROOKLYN FERRIES. ASTORIA-S. C. Ellis, Sec. and Treas. ; I. K. York City; James M. Waterbury, Pres.; Samuel Bradbury, Supt.

C. Ellis, Sec. From Astoria to 92d st., New York, every 30 From Grand st. to Houston st., New York, day minutes from 5 A. M. to 6 A. M., and from 9 P. and night. M. to midnight, and hourly from midnight to 5 SOUTH BROOKLYN (New York and South BrookA. M., and every 15 minutes during the day. lyn Ferry and Steam Transportation Company).

BAY RIDGE FERRY, from 65th st., Bay Ridge Office, Pier 2, East River, New York; John W. (City Line), to foot of Whitehall st., New York. Ambrose, Pres.; William A. Stephens, Treas.;

BROOKLYN ANNEX-Daniel Butterfield, Pres.; Francis H. Bergen, Sec.
Frederick Jansen, Supt.

From 39th st.

to Pier 2, East River, New York. Ferry at foot of Fulton st. Connects at Jersey First boat leaves Brooklyn at 5.30 A. M., thence City with the following railways: Pennsylvania every half hour, on even hours and half hours, R. Ř. and New Jersey Midland P. R.

until 10 P. M. (the last). Connections also made with Fall River and First boat leaves New York at 6 P. M., thence Albany night line on arrival and departure of every half hour, on the even hours and half steamers. Also with New York, West Shore hours, until 10.30 P. M. (the last). and Buffalo Railroad.

UNION FERRY COMPANY-Geo. W. Quintard, Street cars leave Jersey City for Erie Railway Pres.; H. K. Knapp, Treas. and Gen. M'gr; M. every 5 minutes (time 20 minutes), and Morris Bunker, Sec.; W. E. Gerard, Gen. Supt. and Essex Railway at Hoboken every 5 minutes From Main st. to Catharine st., New York. (time 27 minutes). All trips carry teams.

From 5 A. M. to 9 P. M., every 10 minutes; 9 P. Trips made every half hour from 6:30 A. M. to M. to 11.30, every 20 minutes; 11.30 to 5 A. M., 11 P. M. daily, in Winter (November 10 to May every 30 minutes. 29), and every 20 ininutes in Summer Time From Fulton st. to Fulton st., New York. between Brooklyn and Pennsylvania R. R., 14 to From 5 A. M. to 7 A. M., every 10 minutes; 7 A. 16 minutes. Fare, 10 cents.

M. to 7 P. M., every 5 minutes; 7 P. M. to 10 P. THE BROOKLYN AND NEW YORK FERRY Co.- M., every 10 minutes; 10 P. M. to 5 A. M., every J. J. O'Donohue, Pres.; James Affleck, Sec.; 20 minutes. J. G. Jenkins, Treas.; W. Ravestyn, M'g Dir.

From Atlantic av. to Whitehall st., New York. From Grand st. to Grand st., New York, day From 5 A. M. to 6 A. M., every 12 minutes; 6 A. and night.

M. to 11 A. M., every 10 minutes; 11 A. M. to 4 P. From Broadway to Grand st., New York, day M., every 12 minutes; 4 P. M. to 7 P. M., every 10 and night.

minutes; 7 P. M. to 12 P. M., every 15 minutes; From Broadway to Roosevelt st., New York, 12 P. M. to 5 A. M., every 30 minutes. day and night.

From Hamilton av. to Whitehall st., New York. From Broadway to 23d st., New York, day and From 5 A. M. to 6 A. M., every 12 minutes; 6 A. night.

M. to 7 P. M., every 10 minutes; 7 P. M. to 12 P. GREENPOINT-H. B. Hollins, Pres.; H. K. M., every 15 minutes; 12 P. M. to 5 A. M., every Knapp, Sec. and Treas.

30 minutes. From Greenpoint av. to 10th st., New York, 5 From Montague st. to Wall st., New York, A. M. to 12 P. M.

6 A. M. to 9 P. M., except Sundays. From Greenpoint av. to 23 st., day and night.

LONG ISLAND CITY METROPOLITAN FERRY COMPANY-H. B. Hollins, Pres.; E. S. Knapp, Sec.

Insurance Companies, and Treas.

From Long Island City to James Slip, New BROOKLYN LIFE—51 Liberty st., N. Y. City.
York, every 30 minutes from 6.30 A. M. to 7 P. KINGS COUNTY FIRE-97 Broadway.
M. No boat on Sundays.

LAFAYETTE FIRE-16 Court st. From Ferry st. to East 34th st., New York, day NASSAU FIRE-30 Court st. and night.

PHENIX FIRE-12 Court st. NASSAU FERRY COMPANY—132 Front st., New WILLIAMSBURGH CITY FIRE–211 Montague st.

Dwellings.

Flats.

Stores and

BROOKLYN BUILDING OPERATIONS, 1890. The following table shows the number of sto- larger than those of any year preceding, exceptries in height of dwelling houses erected:

ing 1889. Brooklyn is third among the cities

of the Union in the number and value of its buildings, New York and Boston being ahead in this

matter. The extension of the fire limits will Number of Stories in

materially affect the value of Brooklyn's buildHeight.

ings in the future, inasmuch as that part of the city in which frame dwellings were allowed to be built, will now be beautified by brick struc

tures. One story

58 10 Two story

740 56 8

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The following table shows the number of Two story and basem't. 1,061 Three story

buildings completed during the year 1890, ex242 302 24864 820

cluding December: Three story and basem't 211 2 2 Four story..

2 153 231 124 131 Four story and basem't. 2

1 Five story

13 17 2 2 Five story and basem't.

1 Seven story

3

Wards.

Stores and

Flats.
Tenement

Houses.

- Dwellings.

1

Brick.

Frame.

Total.

Estimated

Cost.

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Frame.

Total.

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The following table shows the number of new buildings and the estimated cost for which per- First, mits were granted:

Second..
Third..
Fourth..

Fifth..
Months.

Estimated

Sixth,
cost,

Seventh
Eighth.
Ninth.

Tenth.
December, 1889. 81 167 248 $1,019,040 Eleventh.
January, 1890.. 108 236 344 1,407,615 Twelfth
February, 1890.. 158 230 388 1,816,425 Thirteenth
March, 1890..

215

269 484 2,829,661 Fourteenth. April, 1890

249 276 525 2,406.950 | Fifteent May, 1890.

193 233 426 2,469,935 Sixteenth June, 1890.

274 273 547 2,632,739 Seventeenth July, 1890

133 236 369 2,653,540 Eighteenth August, 1890. 136 211 347 1,747,245 Nineteenth September, 1890. 106 217 323 1,553,265 Twentieth October, 1890... 172 261 433 1,945,625 Twenty-first November, 1890. 167 215

382 1,766,260 Twenty-second

Twenty-third .. Total....... 1,992 2,824 4,816 $24,248,300 Twenty-fourth..

Twenty-fifth.. The number of permits granted during 1890

Twenty-sixth were considerably below that of the previous year. Notwithstanding this decline the opera

Total tions of the department for the year were

17

4 35 58 48 49 36 23 33 23 19

3 20 39 90 22 36

24

28 50 51 110 788 33

$728,000

187,495 273,325 266,070

16,550 478,250 421,740 969,610 269, 675 335, 685 170,200 316,300 190.800 253,865 195, 690 333,635

556,765 3,133,024 285,645 424,550

768,209 3,001,250 1,075,600 1,580,160 3,554, 252 1,225,864

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149 578 55 36 133 385 118 346 673 503

353 118 134 578

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DEMOCRATIC GENERAL COMMITTEE, 1891.
Chairman..
JOHN P. ADAMS

Ninth Ward.
Secretary.

WILLIAM A. FUREY Daniel O'Connell, Edward C. Murphy, Corresponding Secretary. ....John COTTIER John J. Wheeler, Benjamin C. Smith, Assistant Secretary. .JOHN P. EGAN Daniel Gallagher,

John P. Egan, Treasurer.

W. H. MURTHA William McTammany, James J. Rickard, The Committee consists of 438 members, the William A. Furey,

Thomas F. Byrnes, term of office being three years. The annual Edward J. Ruddy, Joseph A. Devin, meeting for the purpose of organizing is held on Thomas M. Nolan. Joshua A. Shaw, Pres., the second Monday in January of each year.

William J. Donohue, Sec., 633 Classon av,
First Ward.

Tenth Ward.
Peter Flanagan,
James J. O'Neil,

James McGarry,

Michael C. Heenan, Peter Sculley,

Thomas McNoble, Charles J. Henry, Thomas J. Farrell, Frank E. Howard, Owen Hannavan,

Patrick Bray,

James J. Millard,
Almet F. Jenks, Edward W. Grant, Denis Norton,

Michael Hosey,
Robert J. Canning,
William H. Murtha, Thomas E. Byrne,

William Harper,
Henry J. Cullen, John A. McKenna,

P. G. Hughes,

William Dempsey. William T. Gilbert, Alden S Swan, Pres., Edward . Lyman

James G. Tighe, Pres.,
Andrew McDonald, Sec., 70 State st.

Baldwin F. Strauss, Sec., 111 First pl.
Second Ward.

Eleventh Ward.
William O'Malley, Richard Nagle,

Luke Dennin,

John G. Barker, Joseph McGlean, Bernard H. Dolan,

Garrett Cullen,

Michael Murty,
Thomas Douglass,
John Moran,

Terence Owens, Joseph M. Quigley, William J. Plant, James A. Duffy,

H. W. Behman, Casper Citron,
John Gettings,
Martin F. Conly,

Joseph Casey,

James Walsh,
Patrick Higgins, James Cassidy, Jr., Thomas F. Fields, Eibe H. Itjen,
Bernard McBride. Thos. F. Waldron, Pres. Anthony Barrett, H. F. Haggerty, Pres.,
William C. Von Glahn, Sec., 49 Sands st

William J. Larkin, Sec., 190 Prince st.
Third Ward.

Twelfth Ward,
John Hanley,
John McNamara,

Daniel McCarty, John Kelly,
John Hall,
Arthur J. Heaney,

Edward J. Gough, John F. Fields,
Edward McGowan,
Edward Kircher,

Frank Hennessy. Daniel B. Farrell,
James Keating,
Maurice Lowery,

Bernard Murphy, John Culhane,
G. Selig,
John Griffin,

James Riley,

Michael Duffy, F. J. Kalt,

James L. Connelly, Robert O'Donnell, John J. Cain, Christian Nelson, Thos. H. Lowery, Pres., John J. P. Fagan, Michael J. Coffey, Pres., Lawrence J. Tormey, Sec., 93 Dean st..

Joseph V. Scully, Sec., 378 Hamilton av. Fourth Ward,

Thirteenth Ward. Thomas H. Kiernan, Hugh J. Kennelty, Anson Ferguson, Patrick Hayes, Stephen H. Powell, Robert Crummey.

Erskine H. Dickey, Theo. D. Mentzinger, Joseph W. Bayer, Matthew T. Bride,

Charles O'Grimm, Francis B. VanHoren,
Geo. W. Dixon,
Gilbert Stevenson.

Edward F. Crawford, Thomas Cook,
George Russell,
Arthur A. Quinn,

Wm. S. Conely,

Frank T. Conner,
William A. Robinson, Maurice J. Ralph,

Henry T. Coutant, John D. Walsh,
John H. Martinhoff, Pres.

Henry Bodes,

Peter Mahoney, Pres., Andrew E. Colvin, Sec., 78 Nassau st.

Édmund D. Norris, Sec., 75 Broadway.
Fifth Ward.

Fourteenth Ward.
Thomas Finn,
Thomas McGuire,

Patrick S. Keiley, Thomas E. McGeehan, William Dooley, Daniel Kelly,

Edward S. Scott, Francis Nolan,
John P. Farley,
Francis J. Pearn,

Patrick H. McCarren,

Lawrence F. Carroll, John J. Carey, John J. O'Conner,

Patrick Ralph,

Chas. V. Bowerhan, John Clark, John Guilfoyle,

Daniel McGrath, Thomas F. Gunn, Thomas Farrell, J. F. Frost,

James H. Holmes, Francis Parks, Terence McCabe, James Bridges, Pres., Thomas C. Harden, Thos. J. Patterson, Pres. Wm. H. Jordan, Sec., 163 High st.

Thomas D. Sherlock, Sec., 71 No. Ninth st. sixth Ward,

Fifteenth Ward, Edward Moran, Patrick Nallin,

David Welton,

Michael McEnaney, P. H. McGwinn, John Egan,

B. F. Shevlin,

Canice Cassin, Thomas J. O'Donnell, Charles Stoddard,

William J. Murphy, Nicholas Shaughnessy, John A. Flood,

Thomas E. O'Brien, Patrick Taggart, Michael Shields, Michael J. Cummings, John Devine,

Luke Nelligan,

Michael Elbert,
Edward Murphy,
Joseph J. Cahill,

Frank Dahlbender, Daniel F. Gleason, James Sweeney,

Wm. D. Veeder, Pres., Daniel J. Doyle, John Ennis, Pres.,
James Clyne, Sec., 520 Henry st.

William McKee, Sec., 176 Lorimer st.
Seventh Ward.

Sixteenth Ward,
James W. Ridgway,
Michael F. Reilly,

Ulrich Maurer,

Thomas H. Peppard, Edward Freel, Thomas A. Kerrigan,

Fred Hoertz,

Patrick Callahan,
William Rowe,
James H. Flynn,

Hen J. Sondericker, George H. Lindsay, James F. Flood, John Schliemann,

Theodore Maurer, George Williams, Thomas F. Kane, Charles McKeever,

Samuel Galbraith, Louis C. Ott, John P. Adams, Frank R. Bishop,

Charles Juengst, Joseph Haslach James W. Kelly, James B. Bouck, Pres., Anthony Felten, Andrew Beck, Pres., William A. Powers, Sec., 242 Steuben st.

John Vanderhoof, Sec., 7 Graham av. Eighth Ward.

Seventeenth Ward. Henry Stickevers, Michael Quigley,

John Rahll,

Joseph Cowley,
James Garoway,
John Coyne,

Nathaniel Roe,

William Brennan, John McCormack, William Kenny,

John J. Quinn,

Louis Albert, Patrick Cantwell, Owen O'Keeffe,

James H. Brady, Andrew W.Fitzgibbons, Daniel Ryan, William Martin,

John H. Morgan, William H. Smith, James Cosgrove, F. A. Davis,

Alexander Sullivan, Brabston Holmes, Robert Attlesey, Jos. J. O'Connell, Pres., E. W. Rodgers,

Bernard Lamb, Pres., James E. Davis, Sec., 214 Eighteenth st.

John J. Monock, Sec., 98 Java st.

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