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NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT-JUDICIAL-Continued.
KINGS COUNTY.

non-enumerated motions, every Saturday (exAdditional Special Terms for the hearing of cept during August), at White Plains, Justice non-enumerated motions:

Dykman.
Every Monday in July, Justice Cullen.

ORANGE COUNTY.
Every Monday in August, Justice Bartlett.
Every Monday in September, Justice Pratt.

For the hearing of issues and enumerated and Also every Saturday (except during the months

non-enumerated motions, first Saturday of each of July, August and September), alternately by

month (except August), at Newburgh, Justices Justice Cullen and Justice Bartlett.

Cullen and Bartlett alternately.
QUEENS COUNTY.

DUTCHESS COUNTY.
For the hearing of issues and enumerated and
non-enumerated motions:

For the hearing of issues and enumerated and Fourth

Monday of February, Justice Pratt. non-enumerated motions, every Saturday, at First Tuesday of September after the first Poughkeepsie, Justice Barnard. Monday, Justice Barnard.

Special Terms will also be held in the several Fourth Monday of November, Justice Bartlett. counties (except in the county of Kings), at the WESTCHESTER COUNTY.

times and places for holding Circuit Courts For the hearing of issues and enumerated and therein.

BROOKLYN CITY ORDINANCES, 1890. The general license ordinance was amended in animal which shall be found at large, to be paid 1890 by the Common Council so as to provide for by the owner or person having the charge, care the following fees :

or keeping thereof. All cattle, horses, sheep, Circus, $500, or $500 for each day of perform- swine or goats running at large in any avenue, ance, in the discretion of the Mayor.

street, public square, park or place, may be Menagerie, $500, or $500 for each day of exhi- driven by any person to the pound in the ward bition, in the discretion of the Mayor.

where they are so found, to the nearest public Combined circus and menagerie, $750, or $500 pound. for each day of exhibition or performance, in The Mayor is also empowered to appoint the discretion of the Mayor. Common show, $25. poundmasters, and the City Works Commis

Theatre, opera house, play house or other sioner is authorized to provide suitable pounds. place of public amusement, where it has seating The ordinance in relation to flagging sidewalks capacity for 750 people or less, $75; where it has was amended to provide as follows: seating capacity for more than 750 people, $150. If bluestone or granite flags are to be used Pawnbroker, $500.

they shall be of the following dimensions, to Auctioneer, $100.

wit: not less than six feet in length nor less than Intelligence office, $25.

three feet in width, and not less than two and Street railroad car, daily operated and used on one-half inches in thickness at the thinnest part, horse railroads of steam railroads, $20.

provided, however, that where the sidewalk is Steam railroad car used or run within the lim- to be laid the full width thereof, the outer and its of the city by any common carrier or carrier inner courses of flags may be of a lesser length, of passengers, $20.

but shall conform to the other courses in thickStage or omnibus, $15.

ness and width. Each course to be of flags of a Billiard table kept in a billiard saloon, $3. uniform length. The specifications for flagging Bowling alley, $5.

the sidewalks of various streets in the city of Shooting gallery, $3.

Brooklyn, to be done under public contracts, Slaughter house, $25,

shall apply to the work to be done under any Junk dealer, $3,

permit issued as aforesaid in every respect, as Peddler or hawker of any kind, $3.

to quality of stone, foundation for fagging, fillDriver of a hackney coach, cab or omnibus ing of joints, regulating the grade of sidewalks, other than the person licensed as a carrier of relaying of sidewalks, laying of sidewalks to full passengers, $1. Hackney coach, $3.

width, cleaning up rubbish, defective work, conCab, $1.50.

demned material, etc., so far as the same can be Dealer or speculator in tickets to theatres or made properly applicable to such private work. other places of amusements, $100.

The penalty for a violation of any of the foreWagon used by public expressmen, $3.

going provisions shall be ten dollars for each Cart used by public cartmen, $1.50.

offense. No sidewalk can be laid without a Truck used by public truckmen, $2.

written permit from the City Works CommisPublic dirt cart, 50c.

sioner. Chapter 1 of Article IX. was amended so as to Chapter 3, Article VI., section 8, was amended give to the City Works Commissioner the power by the addition thereto of the following imto grant permits for the use of the streets, ave- portant provision: nues, piers or wharves of the city of Brooklyn for No person or corporation shall tear up or disthe purposeof placing thereon steam hoisting ap- turb any street, lane, avenue or public highway in paratus, upon such terms and under such condi- the city of Brooklyn, for the purpose of laying or tions and restrictions as he may make therefor. relaying railroad tracks, switches or crossings, Such permits may be revoked by him at his or replacing railroad tracks, switches or crosspleasure.

ings with new or different tracks, switches or An ordinance was adopted providing that be- crossings, or for the purpose of laying any cable, fore any railroad corporation, or any person rope or wires in connection with any railroad, shall lay tracks or gin to construct a road, or for the purpose of erecting in any street, they must file a plan with the City Works Com- lane, avenue or public highway of the said city missioner, who must submit it to the Common any pole, standard or support on which or from Council; that a different style of rail from that which any wires, ropes or cables are to be susalready in use shall not be laid without the con- pended over, under or across any street, lane, sent of the Common Council and the Commis- avenue or public highway in connection with sioner, and that no permit to tear up the streets any railroad or proposed railroad, until the plans for the laying of rails shall be issued by the Com- for the doing of any of such work in the said missioner without the authority of the Council. streets, lanes, avenues or public highways shall

Chapter 3, Article III., section 1 of the ordi- shall have been first submitted to the Commisnances was amended so as to provide that no sioner of City Works, to be by him referred to cattle, horses, sheep, swine or goat shall go at the Common Council for its approval, and upon large in any of the avenues, streets, public the approval of such plans, and not until then, squares, parks or places in the City of Brooklyn, the Commissioner of Oity Works shall issue his under penalty of five dollars for every such permit for the doing of such work.

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STATE ASSESSMENTS, 1890. The following table shows the equalized value of real and personal estate throughout the State of New York for 1890, as prepared by the Board of State Equalization:

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Albany... $93,763,592 $7,376,949 $101,140,541 $11,327,146

382,436,446 $89,813,395 Allegany.. 14,167,363 1,211,393 15,378,756 910,760

13,256,603 14,467,996 Broome. 28,981,740 2,684,340 31,666,080 7,162,154

21,819,586 24,503,926 Cattar'gus 21,361,961 2,012,600 23,374,561 6,316,709

15,045,252 17,057,852 Cayuga... 28.616,927 4,154,637 32,771,564 1,052,093

27-54,834 31,719,471 Chaut’qua 25,275,736 2,527,583 27,803,319 1,624,869

23,650,867 26,178,450 Chemung. 19,641,889 1,232,250 20,874,139 996,329

18,615,560 19,877,810 Chenango. 16,223,892 1,809,524 18,033,416

16,223,892 18,033,416 Clinton. 6,833,421 839,115 7,672,536

$2,118,361 8,951,782 9,790,897 Columbia. 22,511,088 3,770,775 26,281,863

1,270,787 23,781,875 27,552,650 Cortland.. 8,652,259 931,297 9,583,556

1,651,795 10,304,054 11,235,351 Delaware. 11,913,234 1,429,637 13,342,871

11,913,234 13,342,871 Dutchess. 39,344,119 7,659,275 47,003,394

39,344,119 47,003,394 Erie.. 178,887,139 12,094,012 190,981, 151 25,193,781

153,693,358 165,787,370 Essex. 10,308,804 788.995 11,097,799 930.656

9,378,1481 10.167,143 Franklin.. 8,063,435 1,001,154 9,064,589 1,021,367

7,042,068 8,043,222 Fulton 9,178,811 878,972 10,057,783 1,162,643

8,016,162 8,895,134 Genesee. 16,095,723 2,254,825 18,350,548....

3,072,820 19,168,543 21,423,368 Greene.. 13,187,489

1,587,935
14,775,424 1,354,879

11,832,610 13,420,545 Hamilton. 1,502,787 5,350 1,508, 137 432,868

1,069,919 1,075,269 Herkimer 17,408,371 1,932,983 19,341,354

4,105,748 21,514,119 23,447, 102 Jefferson 29,592,122 3,109,900 32,702,022 7,813,651

21,778,471 24,888,371 Kings.... 419,599,382 15,780,626 435,380,008 23,008,278

396,591,104 412,371,730 Lewis 7,132,200 584,335 7,716,535

1,063,573 8,195,772 8,780,108 Livingston 23,439,776 2,942, 452 26,382,228 861,756

22,578,020 25,520,472 Madison .. 18,148,039 1,827,056 19,975,095 667,111

17,480,928 19,307,984 Monroe. 118,907,545 7,293,408 126,200,953 26,187,972

92,719,573 100,012,981 Montgo'ry 23,671,361 2,637,623 26,308,984 1,521,731

22,149,639 24,787,253 New York. 1,331,578,291 223,154,777 1,554,733,068

122,061,343 1,453,639,634 1,676,794,411 Niagara. 28,400,934 2,510,750 30,911,684 3.597,452

24,803,482 27,314,232 Oneida.... 44,717,201 4,210,051 48,927,252

7,585,953 52,303,154 56,513,205 Onondaga 71,776,234 6,346,534 78,122,768 11,291,284

60,484,950 66,831,484 Ontario... 30,732, 425 3,717,753 34,450,178 4,925,069

25,807,856 29,525,109 Orange. 32,456,094 4,741,738

37,197,832

6,196,163 38,652,257 43,393,995 Orleans.. 16,063,330 1,682,506 17,745,336 2,911,479

13,151,851 14,834, 357 Oswego 23,955,090 1,372,181 25,327,271 2,162,613

21,792,477 23,164.658 Otsego.. 17,806,561 1,958,870 19,765,434

1,632,268 19,438,832 21,397,702 Putnam 6,805,887 1,039,800 7,845,687 527,217

6,278,670 7,318,470 Queens. 33.487,199 2,309,055 35,796,254

13,181,131 46,668,330 48,977,385 Rensselaer 73,505,668 8,471,606

81,979,274 20,009,877

53,495,791 61,967,397 Richmond 9,764,025 199,550 9,963,575

3,026,847 12,790,872 12,990,422 Rockland. 10,254,214 1,125,089 11,379,303

1,325,976 11,580,190 12,705,279 Saratoga.. 19,723,219 1,429,908 21,153,127

2,172,897 21,896,116 23,326,024 Schenecy 13,163,240 821,916 13,985,156 846,209

12,317,031 13,138,947 Schoharie. 12,562,210 1,512,723 14,074,933 3,808,755

8,753,455 10, 266,178 Schuyler.. 6,546,062 671,288 7,217,350 332,046

6,214,016 6,885,304 Seneca.... 16,169,371 2,185,186 18,351,557 2,930,698

13,238,673 15,423,859 S. L'rence 30,295,175 2,928,565 33,223,740 7,999,286

22,295,887 25, 224,452 Steuben... 29,885,794 2,500,632 31,986,426 6,471,872

22,913,922 25,514,554 Suffolk. 15,295,913 1,867,015 17,162,928

734,204 16,030,117 17,897,132 Sullivan .. 5,478,513 144,078

5,622,591 122,653

5,355,860 5,499,938 Tioga. 12,576,236 896,320 13,472,556 1,592,990

10,983,246 11,879,566 Tompkins. 9,817,722 1,122,728 10,940,450

3,043,494 12,861,216 13,983,944 Ulster.. 24.798,519 2,768,115 27,566,634 1,921,012

22,877,507 25,645,622 Warren. 7.090.112 1,247,230 8,337,342 1,426,669

5,663,443 6,910,673 Washing'n 15,297,635 2,225,961 17,523,596

2,595,134 17,892, 769 20,118,730 Wayne.... 25,202,206 2,330,456 27,532,662 2,275,200

22,927,006 25,257,462 W'chester 66,634,294 2,660,581 69,294,875

17,860,706 84.495,000 87,155,581 Wyoming 13,586,715 1,666,543 15,253,358

13,586,715 15,23,358 Yates, 10,987,631 1,050,525 12,038,159

10,987,634 12,038,159 Total.... $3,298,323,931 $385,329,131 $3,683,653,062 $194,699,200 $194,699,200 $2,298,323,931 $3,683,653,062

The Irish mile is 2,240 yards.
The Swiss mile is 9,153 yards.
The Italian mile is 1,766 yards.
The Scotch mile is 1,984 yards.
The Tuscan mile is 1,808 yards.
The German mile is 8,106 yards.
The Arabian mile is 2,143 yards.
The Turkish mile is 1,826 yards.

Miles of the World.

The Flemish mile is 6,869 yards.
T'he Vienna post mile is 8,296 yards.
The Verst (mile) is 1,167, or 1,357 yards.
The Roman mile is 1,628, or 2,025 yards.
The Dutch ard Prussian mile is 6,480 yards.
The Swedish and lanish mile is 7,341.5 yards.
The English and American mile is 1,760 yards.

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FEDERAL CENSUS RETURNS. Population of the United States. POPULATION OF KINGS COUNTY—Continued. States and

Federal 1890.

Police 1880.

Federal 1870. Territories.

Wards. Census, Count, Census,

1890. 1890. 1880. Alabama.. 1,513,017 1,262,505 996,992

Twenty-fifth.

44,523 Arkansas..

48,301 19,055 1,128,179 802,525 484,471

Twenty-sixth 29,505 Arizona.

30,358 59,620 40,440 9,658 California

1,208,130 864,694 560,247 Total in B'klyn Colorado

806,343 412, 198 194,327

853,945 566,663

39,864
Connecticut
746,258 622,700 537,454

Flatbush ...
12,338

7,634 Delaware.. 168,493 146,608 125,015 Flatlands.

4,075

3,127 Dist. of Columbia 230,392 177,624 131,700 Gravesend

6,937

3,674 Florida 391, 122 269,493 187,748 New Lots..

13,655 Georgia. 1,837,353 1,542,180 1,184,109 New Utrecht

8,854

4,742 Illinois.

3,826,351 3,077.871| 2,539,891 Indiana. 2,192, 404) 1,978,301 1,680,637 Total Kings Co. 838,547

599,495 Iowa 1,911,896 1,624,615 1,194,020

128,059 Idaho..

Queens Co.

90,574 · 84,385 32.610 14,999

Suffolk Co...

62,491

53.888 Kansas

1,427,096 996,096 364,399 Kentucky. 1,858,635 1,648,690 1,321,011

Total Long Island) 1,029.097| Louisiana. 1,118,587

743,957 939,946 726, 915 Maine.. 661,086 648,936 626,915

Population of Chief Cities. Maryland

1,042,390 934,943 780,894 Massachusetts 2,238,943 1,783,085 1.457,351

PopulaMichigan

Cities.

Popula2,093,889 1,636,937 1,184,059 Minnesota.

tioni, 1890. tion, 1880. 1,301,826 780,773 439,706 Missouri 2,679,184 2,168,380 1,721,295 1 New York

1,513,501 1 1,206,209 Mississippi 1,289,600 1,131,597 827,922 2 Chicago

1,098,576 4 503,185 Montana

132,159 39,159 20,595 3 Philadelphia 1,044,894 2 847,170 New Hampshire. 376,530 346,991 318,300 4 Brooklyn

806,343 3 566,663 New Jersey. 1,441,933 1,131,116 906,096 5 St. Louis

450,245 6 350,518 New Mexico.. 153,593) 119,565 91,874 6 Boston.

446,507 5 362,839 New York. 5,997,853 5,082,871 4,382,759 7 Baltimore

434,151 332,313 North Carolina. 1,617,947 1,399,750 1,071,361 8 San Francisco

297,990 9 233,959 North Dakota 182,719 36,909

9 Cincinnati

296,309 8 255,139 Nebraska.. 1,058,910 452,402 122,993 10 Cleveland.

261,546 11 160,146 Nevada. 45,761 62,266 42,491 11 Buffalo

254,457 13 155,134 Ohio.. 3,672,316 3,198,062 2,665,260 12 New Orleans

241,995 10 216,090 Oklahoma. 61 834

13 Pittsburg...

238,473 12 156,389 Oregon 313,767 174,768 90,923 14 Washington

229,796 14 147,293 Pennsylvania. 5,258,014 4,282,891 3,521,951 15 Detroit

205,669 18

116,340 Rhode Island 345,506 276,531 217,353 16 Milwaukee

203,979

19 115,587 South Carolina.. 1,151,149 995,577 705,606 17 Newark

181,518 15 136,508 South Dakota 328,808 98,268

18 Minneapolis

164,738 38 46,887 Tennessee. 1,767,518 1,542,359 1,258,520 19 Jersey City

163,987 17 120,722 Texas.. 2,235,523 1,591,749 818,579 20 Louisville

161,005 16 123,758 Utah 207,905 143,963 86,786 21 Omaha

139.526 63 30,518 Vermont. 332,422) 332,286 330,551 22 Rochester

138,327 22 89,366 Virginia 1,655,980 1,512,565 1,225,163 23 St. Paul

133, 156 45 41,473 Washington 349,390 75,116 23,955 24 Kansas City

132,416 30 55,785 West Virginia.. 762,794 618,457 442,014 25 Providence

132,043

20 104,857 Wisconsin 1,686,880 1,315,497 1,054,670 26 Indianapolis.

107,445

24 75,056 Wyoming 60,805 20,789 9,118 27 Denver

106,670 49 35,629 28 Allegheny

104,967 23 78,682 Grand total...I 62,622,250 50,155,783) 38,558.371 29 Albany

94,640

21 90,758 * Dakota in 1870 was 14, 181.

30 Columbus

90,398 33 51,647 31 Syracuse

88,387 32 Population of Kings County.

51,792 32 Worcester

84,536 28

58,291 Federal Police Federal

33 Scranton

83,450 39 45,850 Wards. Census, Count, Census,

34 Toledo

82,652 35 50,137 1899. 1830. 1880.

35 New Haven.

81,451

26 62,882 36 Richmond

80,838 25 First

20,040
22,178
18,729

63,600 37 Paterson

78,358 34 Second

51,031 8,986 8,524 9,254 38 Lowell..

27 Third

77,605 18,754 19,590

59,475 18,271 39 Nashville

76,309 40 Fourth

43,350 12,324 13,302 12,819

40 Fall River

74,351 37 Fifth. 20,621

48,961 18,981 18,517

41 Cambridge Sixth

31 37,693

69,837 40,558

52,669 35,437 42 Atlanta.

65,514 48 Seventh 35,726

37,409 38,758 31,663 43 Memphis

64,586 54 Eighth. 31,239 34,608

33,592 17,388 44 Grand Rapids

64,147 58 Niath. 17,696 20,007

32,016 15,044 45 Wilmington

42 Tenth. 34,031 36,097

61,437 27,140

42,478 46 Troy

29 Eleventh 22,693

60, 605

56,747 22,935 21,680 47 Reading

58,926 41 Twelfth. 27,368 28,041 22,201

43,278 48 Dayton

58,868 47 Thirteenth.

38,678 21,628 23,172 21,029 49 Trenton

64

58,488 Fourteenth 27,246

29 910 28,260 25,559 50 Camden

44 Fifteenth 27,630

58,274 28, 128 23,654

41,659 Sixteenth 45,720 46,823 42,712

Totals.

11,303,886 7,750,715 Seventeenth

41,424 44,021 30,088 Eighteenth 74,960

Naturalization Statistics.

82,072 23,926 Nineteenth 36,359 38,201 27,661

Naturalization in the County Court of Kings Twentieth 24,136 25,476

County for the year 1890: Whole number, 2,749,

24,188 Twenty-first. 50,118 53,239 31,956

of which 1,648 had previously declared their inTwenty-second 50,250 53,171 25,473

tentions, and of which 1,082 were minors under Twenty-third 29,348 31,177 14,396

the age of eighteen when they arrived in the Twenty-fourth... 16,771 17,967 8,823

United States, and of which nineteen were discharged soldiers.

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4,500

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.

EXECUTIVE.

Salary. Assistant Secretary-Lewis A. Grant, President of the United States BEN

of Minnesota

4,500 JAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana $50,000 Chief Clerk-John Tweedale, of PennVice-President-LEVI P. MORTON, of New

sylvania

2,750 York...

8,000 Major-General Commanding the Army, John ELIJAH W. HALFORD, Private Secretary

M. Schofield. to the President....

5,000 Adjutant General, Brig.-Gen J. C. Kelton. O. L. PRUDEN, Assistant Private Secre

Inspector-General, Brig.-Gen. Joseph C. Brecktary...

2,250 inridge. Executive Clerks-E. F. Tibbott and

Judge-Advocate-General, acting, Col. Guido William H. Crook

2,000

N. Lieber.
Department of State.

Quartermaster - General, Brig. - Gen. R. N.

Batchelder. Secretary of State -JAMES G. BLAINE, of

Commissary - General. Brig. - Gen. Beekman Maine

$8,000

Du Barry. Assistant Secretary of State-William F.

Surgeon-General, Brig.-Gen. Charles SutherWharton, of Massachusetts.

4,500 land. Second Assistant Secretary-A. A. Adee,

Chief of Engineers, Brig.-Gen. Thomas Linof District of Columbia

3,500

coln Casey Third Assistant Secretary John B.

Chief of Ordnance, Brig.-Gen. Stephen V. Moore, of Delaware ...

3,500

Benet. Chief Clerk-Sevellon A. Brown, of

Chief Signal Officer, Brig.-Gen. Adolphus W. District of Columbia

2,750

Greely. Department of the Treasury.

Department of the Navy. Secretary of the Treasury WILLIAM

Secretary of the Navy-B. F. Tracy, of
WINDOM, of Minnesota

$8,000
New York..

$8,000 Assistant Secretary-A. B. Nettleton, of

Assistant Secretary-James R. Soley,
Minnesota

4,500
of Massachusetts.

4,500 Assistant Secretary-Oliver L. Spauld

Chief Clerk-John W. Hogg, of Tening, of Michigan

nessee

2,500 Chief Clerk--Frederick Brackett, of Dis

Chief of Navigation - Commodore trict of Columbia.

3,000

Francis M. Ramsay, of Pennsylvania 5,000 Supervising Architect-J. H. Windrim,

Chief

of Equipment --Commodore of Pennsylvania 4,500 George Dewey, of Vermont..

5,000 Director of the Mint-E. O. Leech, of Dis

Chief of Steam Engineering-Engitrict of Columbia...

4,500 neer-in-Chief George W. Melville, of Chief of the Bureau of Engraving and

New York

5,000 Printing-W. M. Meredith, of Illinois. 4,500

Chief of Medicine and Surgery-SurgeonFirst Comptroller--A. C. Matthews, of

General J. Mills Browne, of New
Illinois

5,000
Hampshire....

5,000 Second Comptroller-B. F. Gilkeson,

Chief of Construction and Repairof Pennsylvania.

Chief Constructor T. D. Wilson, of Commissioner of Customs, S. V. Holli

New York

5,000 day, of Pennsylvania.

4,000 Chief of Yards and Docks-CommoCommissioner of Navigation-W. W.

dore N. H. Farquhar, of Pennsylvania 5,000 Bates, of New York...

3,600 Chief of Provisions and Clothing-PayRegister of the Treasury-W. S. Rose

master-General Edwin Stewart, of crans, of California.

4,000 New York. Treasurer of the United States J. N.

Chief of Ordnance-Commodore WillHuston, of Indiana 6,000 iam M. Folger, of Ohio

5,000 Comptroller of the Currency-E. S.

Judge-Advocate-General-Colonel WillLacey, of Michigan.. 3,000 iam B. Remey, of Iowa.

3,500 Commissioner of Internal Revenue-J.

Colonel-Commandant of Marine CorpsW. Mason, of W. Virginia.. 6,000

3,500 Supt. United States Coast Survey-T. C.

Admiral of the Navy-David D. Porter, Mendenhall, of Indiana 4,500 of Pennsylvania

13,000 Chief of Bureau of Statistics-S. G.

Rear - Admirals -- Lewis A. Kimberly Brock, of Missouri.

3,000 Chairman Board of Inspection and General' Supt. Life-Saving Service

Survey..

5.000 Sumner I. Kimball...

4,000 Bancroft Gherardi, North Atlantic Supervising Surgeon-General Marine

Squadron

6,000 Hospitals, John B. Hamilton..

4,000 D. L. Braine, Commandant Brooklyn Supervising Inspector of Steam Vessels

Navy Yard.

5,000 -James A. Dumont...

3,500

George E. Belknap, Asiatic Squadron 6,000 Chairman, Lighthouse Board-Rear

D. B. Harmony, Chairman L. H. Board 5,000 Admiral D. B. Harmony

5,000 A. E. K. Benham, Commandant, Mare
Island Navy Yard

5,000 GENERAL APPRAISERS OF MERCHANDISE. Acting Rear-Admirals-William P. McGeorge C. Tichenor, of District of Colum

Cann, South Atlantic Squadron 5,000 bia.

7,000

George Brown, Pacific Squadron. 5,000 Charles H. Ham, of Illinois.

7,000

John G. Walker, Squadron of Evolution. 5,000 George H. Sharpe, of New York

7,000

Post offce Department. James A. Jewell, of New York.

7,000 Postmaster-General-JOHN WANAMAKER, Joseph B. Wilkinson, Jr, of Louisiana. 7,000 of Penpsylvania ..

$8,000 Thaddeus S. Sharretts, of Maryland.... 7,000 Chief Clerk – Wilking B. Cooley, of Henderson M. Somerville, of Alabama. 7,000 Pennsylvania

2,500 J. Lewis Stackpole, of Massachusetts .. 7,000 Chief Post Office Inspector-E. G. RathFerdinand N. Shurtleff, of Oregon.... 7,000 bone, of Ohio

3,000 Department of War.

First Assistant Postmaster-General-
Smith A. Whitfield, of Ohio.

4,000 Secretary of War-REDFIELD PROCTOR,

Superintendent Free Delivery Division of Vermont..

$8,000 -William J. Pollock, of Illinois 3,000

5,000

5,000 10,000

UXITED STATES GOVERNMENT-Continued. Second Assistant Postmaster General

Interstate Commerce Commission. -J. Lowrie Bell, of Pennsylvania.... 4,000 Third Assistant Postinaster-General

SALARY, $2,500 Each.

Tertn

Expires. Abraham D. Hazen, of Pennsylvania. 4,000

THOMAS M. COOLEY, Chairman, Michigan.. 1893 Superintendent Railway Mail Service

William R. Morrison, Illinois

1892 James E. White, of Illinois.... 3,500 Augustus Schoonmaker, New York. 1891 Superintendent of Foreign Mails-X. M.

Walter L. Bragg, Alabama..

1895 Brooks, of Virginia .... 3,500 Wheelock G. Vegzey, Vermont.

1896 Superintendent of Money Order System Edward A. Moseley, Secretary. Salary ...$3,500 --Chas.F.Macdonald, of Massachusetts 3,000

Librarian of Congress. Superintendent of Dead Letter Office

Salary. David P. Liebhardt, of Indiana ...... 2,350 AISSWORTA R. SPOFFORD, of Ohio... $4,000 Department of the Interior.

Government Printer. Secretary of the Interior-John W.NOBLE,

John M. PALMER, of Minois..... $4,500 of Missouri....

$8,000

U. S. Fish Commissioner. First Assistant Secretary-Geo. Chan- MARSHALL MCDONALD, of Virginia....... $5,000 dler, of Kansas

4,500 Assistant Secretary-Cyrus Bussey, of New York....

4,000 Chief Clerk-Edward M. Dawson, of

JUDICIAL. Maryland...

2,750 Commissioner of the General Land Of

United States Sapreme Court. fice-Lewis A. Groff, of Nebraska. 5,000 Chief Justice-MELVILLE W. FULLER, of Commissioner of Patents-Charles E.

Winois...

$10.500 Mitchell, of Connecticut..

5,000 Justice Stephen J. Field, of Cal.. 10.000 Commissioner of Pensions-Green Ber

Justice Joseph P. Bradley, of N. J.. 10,000 ry Raum, of Nlinois.

5,000 Justice John M. Harlan, of Kentucky 10,000 Commissioner of Indian Affairs,Thos.

Justice L.Q.C. Lamar, of Mississippi 10,000 J. Morgan, of Rhode Island,

4,000 Justice David J. Brewer, of Kansas. 10,000 Commissioner of Education-William T.

Justice Horace Gray, of Mass Harris, of Massachusetts..

3,000

Justice Samuel Blatchford, of N. Y. 10,000 Commissioner of Railroads--Horace A.

Justice Henry B. Brown, of Michigan 10,000 Taylor, of Wisconsin...

4,500

Reporter-J. C. Bancroft Davis. Clerk-J. Director of the Geological Survey-John

H. McKenney. Marshal-John M. Wright, W. Powell, of Illinois.

6,000 of Kentucky Superintendent of the Eleventh Census

United States Circuit Courts. -Robert P. Porter, of New York.... 6,000

First Judicial Circuit-Justice HORACE GRAY, Department of Justice.

of Massachusetts. Districts of Maine, Attorney-General-WILLIAM H. H. MIL

New Hampshire, Massachussetts and LER, of Indiana.

$8,000

Rhode Island, Solicitor-General-William H. Taft, of

Circuit Judge-LE BARON B. COLT, Provi. Ohio

7,000

dence, R. I. Salary, $6,000. Assistant Attorney-General-John B.

Second Judicial Circuit Justice SAMUEL Cotton, of Maine...

5,000

BLATCHFORD, of New York. Districts of Assistant Attorney-General – William

Vermont, Connecticut, Northern New A. Maury, of Virginia .

5,000

York, Southern New York and Eastern Assistant Attorney-General – A. X.

New York. Parker, of New York...

5,000 1. Circuit Judge-WILLIAM J. WALLACE, of Assistant Attorney-General, Department

Syracuse. Salary, $6,000. of the Interior-George H. Shields, of

2. Circuit Judge--E. HENRY LACOMBE, of Missouri

5,000

New York. Salary, $6,000. Assistant Attorney-General, Post-Office

Third Judicial Circuit - Justice JOSEPH P. Department-James N. Tyner, of In

BRADLEY, of_New Jersey. Districts of diana

4,000

New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania WestSolicitor of the Treasury_W. P. Hep

ern Pennsylvania and Delaware. burn, of Iowa....

4,500 Circuit Judge-WILLIAM MCKENNAN, of Solicitor or internal Revenue-Alphonso

Washington, Penn. Salary, $6,000. Hart, of Ohio...

4,500 Fourth Judicial Circuit-Chief Justice MELSolicitor of the State Department

VILLE W. FULLER, of Illinois. Districts Frank C. Partridge, of Vermont. 3,500

of Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Chief Clerk, Cecil Clay, of West Vir

North Carolina and South Carolina. ginia...

2,450 Circuit Judge-HUGH L. BOND, of MaryDepartment of Agriculture.

land. Salary, $6,000.

Fifth Judicial Circuit-Justice L. Q. C. LAMAR, Secretary -JEREMIAH M. RUSK, of Wis

of Mississippi. Districts of Georgia, copsin

$8,000

Northern Florida, Southern Florida, Assistant Secretary-Edwin Willitts, of

Northern Alabama, Southern Alabama, Michigan.

4,500

Mississippi, Louisiana, Eastern Texas Chief Clerk-S. S. Rockwood, of Wis

and Western Texas. consin..

2,500

Circuit Judge-DON A. PARDEE, of Louisiana, Civil Service Commissioners.

Salary, $6,000. President-CHARLES LYMAN, of Connecti

Sixth Judicial Circuit - Justice HENRY B. cut.

$3,500

BROWN, of Michigan. Districts of NorthTheodore Roosevelt, of New York.. 3,500

ern Ohio, Southern Ohio, Eastern Michi. Hugh S. Thompson, of South Carolina. 3,500

gan, Western Michigan, Kentucky, EastChief Examiner, W. H. Webster, of Con

ern Tennessee and Western Tennessee. necticut..

3,000

Circuit Judge-HOWELL E. JACKSON, of NashSecretary, John T. Doyle, of New York. 2,000

ville, Tenn. Salary, $6,000.

Seventh Judicial Circuit-Justice JOHN M. HARDepartment of Labor.

LAN, of Kentucky. Districts of Indiana, Commissioner-CARROLL D. WRIGHT, of

Northern Illinois, Southern Illinois and Massachusetts..

$5,000

Wisconsin. Chief Clerk, Oren W. Weaver of Massa

Circuit Judge-WALTER Q. GRESHAM, of Chichusetts......

2,500

cago, Ni. Salary, $6,000.

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