Page images
PDF
EPUB

KINGS COUNTY ASSEMBLYMEN, 1890.

[graphic]

1 st.
1,634

1,392
6th.... Joseph J. Cahill.. 3.854 2,690 Charles Bleidorn 1,406
2d.. .. B. J. McBride. .. 1,182 1,329

295 4th ..

1,33 G. Alfred Smith. 893
3d.

John Cooney.... 1,612 2,763 Henry Mugge.... 1,286
10th.
3,802)

1,365
5th : John J. O'Connor 2,260 2,329||Joseph K. Davins 659
11th

1,435.
12th

John Kelly ...... 2,912 2,209 David E. Brown..
14th
15th....

Wm. E. Shields.. 2,102 2,746 James Riley.. 1,916 Jos. Hildebrandt. 16th.... Adam Schaaff.. 2,785 768 Charles A. Weller 2,017. Chris. Pattberg... 17th James F. Quigley 3,015 1,245

2,191 18th..

4,433.. James Boyd.. 3,912 Hiram C. Mirham J13th.... 1,862)

1,587
19th.... :c. w. Sutherland 2,683 171 John Kissel. 2,544
20th
2.003

2,246 Wm. D. Perry..
8th
2,909

1,563
9th. : Thos. F. Byrnes. 2,172 3,070

709. 22d.

3,825 Sam'l R. Tuomey 3,564. David C. Beatty. 7th 3,216..

2,961 121st... F. H. Reinhard.. 3.690).

3,227 23d

1.882 Joseph Aspinall.. 3.116 123 Wm. H. Ash .....
24th...
1,368

975)
25th.....
3,098

3,175.
26th...... Mortimer C. Earl 2,130 2,173) Wm. Watson. 2,100

Flatbush. 12

1,191

606. Elihu B. Estes..
Flatlands ..
420

350
Gr'y'send ...
1,167

84
N. Ut'cht...
............. 1,020

528 In the First District the official count gives Cahill 5,188 votes, an undercount of 300, made in adding the totals of the First and Sixth Wards together.

In the Eighth District the official figures are 2,915 for the Seventeenth Ward, an undercount of 100. In the same district Jacob Franz, Socialist Labor candidate, received 499 votes, and Michael J. Stanley, Commonwealth party, received 787.

In the Ninth District Adolph Kinkel, Socialist Labor candidate, received 144 votes.

In the Twelfth District Theodore F. Cuno, Socialist Labor candidate, received 139, and William S. Walker, Democratic and Labor candidate, received 72.

THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.

or

22d
23d.

| Plu.

Plu. Wards. Those Elected. Vote. or Wards.

Those Elected.

Vote.
Maj.

Maj. 1st Henry C. Simonson, R... 1,970 1,958 16th: *Charles Juengst, D..... 2,791 621 2d...... *Martin F. Conly, D... 989 '489 17th.... Harvey T. Lewis, D. .... 3,550 828 3d. Henry A. Willis, R... 1,678 246 18th.... Peter B. Gangloff, D.... 4,505 218

John McKeown, D....... 1,344 462 19th. William C. Carrick, R... 3,155 781 5th...... *Patrick Barry, D.... 2,233 1,253 20th.. William L. Bennem, R.. 2,556 738 6th.... Eugene R. Judge, D..... 2,894 451 21st..... William P. Riggs, D..... 3,711 109 7th Thomas Fitchie, R.. 3,314 131

George Deitch, D

3,986 567 8th Robert H. Attlesey, ] 3,007 1,632

*Olin B. Lockwood, R... 3,489 2,222 9th.... Francis H. McGuire, D.. 2,054 1984 24th

*William E. French, 1,360

'367 10th.... John Donohue, D........ 3,736 2,333 25th. *William L. Extance, R. 3,488 1,137 11th... ... Charles W. Swan, R..... 2,178 309 26th..... Henry Wolfert, R. ... ... 2,251 293 12th..... *Robert O'Donnell, D.... 2,8

2,870 2,129 Flatbush.. *William M. Lynam, D.. 1,013 750 13th *Stephen B. Jacobs, R.. 2,239

Flatlands. *Richard L. Baisley, D.. 437 33 14th..... Patrick J. Ralph, I.D.... 2,052

| 440

Gravesend *John Y. McKane (í)....! 841 841 15th... Henry C. Saffen, R..... 2,400 117 || N. Utrecht *Cornelius Furgueson, D.! 701 154

*Re-elected. The Supervisors hold office during two years, going in on January 1. The elections in 1890 were in the even wards. The odd wards elected Supervisors in 1889. The defeated candidates in 1890 were: Second Ward, Richard Nagle; Fourth Ward, John S. Paine: Sixth Ward, William J. Kelly and Andrew P. Merrick; Eighth Ward, Joseph M. McCormack; Tenth Ward, George Gru; Twelfth Ward, William Dillon; Fourteenth Ward, Matthew Smith, William R. Jones and Herman Keppner; Sixteenth Ward, William H. Bedson and Charles Meyer: Eighteenth Ward, Charles Mitchell and Charles Ruthman; Twentieth Ward, Joseph P. Hunt; Twenty-second Ward, James H. Baker; Twenty-fourth Ward, William Hughes; Twenty-sixth Ward, Philip L. Jardin and John P. Free.

| 656

THE JUDICIARY, 1890. For Justices of the Sessions, John McMahon, Dem., and Charles A. Conrady, Rep., were elected, receiving, respectively, 70,061 votes and 51,793 votes, 3,561 being blanks and scattering. Both parties united on the Hon. Robert Earl, for Justice of the Court of Appeals, and he received 121,672 votes.

QUEENS COUNTY VOTE, 1890.

[graphic]

ASSEM- || ASSEMJUSTICE BLY,

BLY, SESSIONS. 1st Dis'T. 2D DIS'T.

Rep.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

4th 5th 6th

7th Oyster Bay, 1st Dis ..

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th

13th Hempstead, 1st Dis.

Josiah L. Pearsall,

Dem,
James S. Smith,

Rep.
Thos. F. McDonald,

Dem.
Van Wyck Hewlett,

Rep.
Agggggëដើមដោះខខខដីទទខខខខខខខខខជឱzg" ឬម២៥ដង។ះជនទី១ ទីចឹមខ្លួន!

[merged small][ocr errors]
[merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors]

2d 3d

4th 5th 6th

7th

8th 9th 10th

ith 12th 13th 14th

th 16th irth 18th 19th 20th

21st " Jamaica, 1st District..

2d

*: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

h

[ocr errors]

d.

[merged small][merged small][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[graphic]

ASSEM-L ASSEMJUSTICE

BLY, BLY, SESSIONS.

list DIS'T. 2D DIS'T.

[ocr errors]

Jas. A. McKenna,

Dem.
Henry C. Johnson,

Rep.

[ocr errors]

117,426 6,145 3,262 1,970 4,334 4136

For Associate Judge, Court of Appeals-Robert Earl, 15,666.

For School Commissioner-First District: Francis R. Clair, Dem., 2,257; Seth S. Surdam, Rep., 2,615. Second District: John B. Merrill, Dem., 3,075; William A. Jones, Jr., Rep., 3,039.

For Coroners-John Mara, 2,110; James Robinson, 5,180; William W. Meiners, 5,956; Erasmus D. Skinner, 5,966; William J. Wagner, 5,854; John S. Corey, Jr., 7,846; Elbert J. Schenck, 4,705; John Fallon, 5,074.

canals, proportion of 899.02; Hempas0.41; Oyster.

the county was $116,164.14, for these purposes: Schools, $50,936.18; general purposes, $34,284.17; canals, $29,386.43; stenographers, $1,557.06. Each town's proportion of the State tax was as follows: Newtown, $10,899.02; Hempstead, $18,651; Jamaica, $17,055.79; Flushing, $16,980.41; Oyster Bay, $12,356.40; Long Island City, $30,684.75; North Hempstead, $9,536.77.

Long Island Organizations – Incor

porated in 1890. The Empire Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, of Hempstead.

The Hollis Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, of Jamaica.

The Atlantic Engine Company, No. 1. of Oceanus.

The Amityville Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, of Amityville.

Union Engine, Hose and Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, of Gravesend..

The Live Oak Engine Company, No. 1, of Rockville Centre.

The Atlantic Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, of Port Washington.

The Mineola Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, of Hempstead.

[blocks in formation]

Queens County State Tax. The assessment of real and personal property in Queens County for 1890 aggregates $38, 393,010, which is $10,584,375 less than the State requirement. The state tax required of

Jamaica ........ 668,130.88 $62,482.12 $1.20 $1.32
Hempstead ..... 85,685.00 68,998.71 1.40 1.20
North Hempst'd 45,143.65 55,776.21 1.41 1.80
Oyster Bay ... 48.977.85 49,719.15 1.20 1.24
Newtown...... 83,144.24 118,360.93 2.34 2.30
Flushing... 87,474.03 82,237.74 1.60 1.54
Long Island City 100,603.25100,893.42' 1.011 1.08

[blocks in formation]

o Wm. 4. Prince,

Jas. B. Cooper,

Dem.
Rob't F. Gurney,

Rep.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][merged small]
[merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors]

Huntington Huntington ... Huntington . Huntington Huntington . Huntington Huntington Huntington Smithtown.. Smithtown. Smithtown ... Babylon. Babylon ... Babylon Babylon Babylon Islip Islip.. Islip.. Islip.. Islip ... Islip ... Islip ....... .. Brookhaven Brookhaven .. Brookhaven Brookhaven .... Brookhaven Brookhaven .. Brookhaven... Brookhaven. Brookhaven .. Brookhaven Brookhaven .... Brookhaven Brookhaven . Brookhaven .. Riverhead Riverhead Riverhead Riverhead Southold Southold Southold Southold Southold Southold Southold Southold Southold .. Selter Island Southampton Southampton Southampton Southampton Southampton Southampton Southampton Southampton East Hampton.. East Hampton ... East Hampton ... East Hampton.....

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors]

29

Total ...

1'4,485 4,980' 4,4315,024 4,400)5,038 4,489 4,964/13,966|5,541 '4,367'5,043 4,392'5,042

For Associate Judge, Court of Appeals-Robert Earl, 9,373.

For Coroners-Robert G. Cornwell, Dem., 4,303; Jos. M. Hartranft, Dem., 5,022; Benj. F. Rogers, Rep., 4,478; Edwin S. Moore, Rep., 4,950.

For School Commissioners-Rowland Miles, Dem., 2,684; William B. Codling, Rep., 2,697; G. C. Topping, Dem., 1,620; Chas. H. Howell, Rep., 2,394.

STATE ELECTIONS, 1890.
ALABAMA.

COLORADO.

67,741

GOVERNOR. Thomas G. Jones, Dem......

GOVERNOR. ... ............139,910 B. M. Long, Rep. .....

. 42,440

Caldwell Yeaman, Democratic candidate, and L. C. Coulson, Pro ...

1,380 | John L. Routt, Republican. Vote to be canSECRETARY OF STATE.

vassed by the Legislature. J. D. Barron, Dem........................141,698 C. C. Austin, Rep..........

..... 41,914 AUDITOR.

CONNECTICUT. C. D. Hogue, Dem ........

.............141,362 E. F. Jennings, Rep........

GOVERNOR.
............ 41,513
TREASURER.
Luzon B. Morris, Dem ..........

67,662 J. L. Cobbs, Dem .....

....141,676 Samuel E. Merwin, Rep................... 63,976 Richard Wood, Rep........ ............. 41,371

Phineas M. Augur, Pro.

3,413 ATTORNEY-GENERAL.

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. W. L. Martin, Dem.......................141,128 Alsop, Dem ........................

67,881 C. D. Alexander, Rep.................... 40,865 Bowen, Rep........

..... 63,685 SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION.

SECRETARY OF STATE. J. G. Harris, Dem.

....141,712

Phelan. Dem.... R. H. Porter, Rep.. 41,531

67,754 McLean, Rep.........

63,530

TREASURER.
ARKANSAS.

Sanger, Dem.....
Henry, Rep...............................

63,791 GOVERNOR. James P. Eagle, Dem........

CONTROLLER. Napoleon B. Fizer, Rep................... 85,181 Staub, Dem............................ SECRETARY OF STATE.

Catlin, Rep........... Ben. B. Chism, Dem

.106,947 Jno. M. Pittman, Rep........ ...... .. 84,710 STATE AUDITOR.

FLORIDA.
W. S. Dunlop, Dem.......................106,783
0. S. Jones, Rep ........
........ 84,201

CONTROLLER.
STATE TREASURER.

W. D. Bloxham, Dem.................... 29,176 R. B. Morrow, Dem.......................106,835

L. D. Ball, Rep.........

..... 4,637 T. J. Andrews, Rep........

....... 84,406

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT.
ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
M. H. Mabry, Dem.... ........

.... 29,044 W. E. Atkinson, Dem..................... 106,890

J.R. Challen, Rep....

5,206 T. P. Chambers, Rep..........

........... 84,704
COMMISSIONER OF STATE LANDS.
C. B. Myers, Dem....

GEORGIA.
C. M. B. Cox, Rep........................ 81,535
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

GOVERNOR-W. J. Northend, Dem ........105,365 J. H. Shiem, Dem....

. 106,990 SECRETARY OF STATE,Philip Cook, Jem..103,698 T. M. C. Birmingham, Rep................ 84,443

TREASURER-R. U. Hardeman, Dem......102,911 ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT.

CONTROLLER-GENERAL — W. A. Wright,

Dem.................. M. H. Saudels, Dem..

106,532

ATTORNEY-GENERAL-Geo. N. Lester, Dem100,933 W. R. Coody, Rep....

... 83,319

No opposition.

......... 106,267

68,271

· 62,97

........... 106,859

.. 102,621

.....1

..........

CALIFORNIA.

IDAHO.
GOVERNOR.
E. B. Pond, Dem...

..117,184

GOVERNOR. H. H. Markham, Rep..... ..... ...125.129

7.948 John Bidwell, Pro .......

Wilson, Dem .... . 10,073

George L. Shoup, Rep......... ...... 10,262 LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. R. F. Delvalle, Dem.......................115,783 J. B. Reddick, Rep...................... 126,244 SECRETARY OF STATE.

ILLINOIS. W. C. Hendricks, Dem...

..114.216

STATE TREASURER, E. G. Waite, Rep........ ............128,097

Edward S. Tilson, Dem........ .....331,837 SURVEYOR-GENERAL

Franz Amberg, Rep......................321,990 Stanley C. Boom, Dem. ....: 112,765 Robert R. Link, Pro .........

22,306 Theodore Reichert, Rep ..................131, 172

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. SUPERINTENDENT OF INSTRUCTION.

Henry Raab, Dem...

..345 912 H. C. Hall, Dem.... ...112,717 Richard Edwards, Rep..

........311,860 J. W. Anderson, Rep......................130,594 Carl Johann, Pro.....

..... 18,296
CONTROLLER.
J. P. Dunn, Dem.....
E. P. Colgan, Rep........

...............116,036
...128,042

INDIANA.
TREASURER.
Adam Herold, Dem..

......115,041

SECRETARY OF STATE. J. R. McDona Rep...............

Claude Matthews, Dem.

......233,881 ATTORNEY-GENERAL.

Milton Trusler, Rep.......... ........214, 302 W.C. Graves, Dem......................113,381 B. M. Blount, Pro.................

...... 12, 106 W. H. H. Hart, Rep........

............130,520 | Martin V. Kindle, People's...... .. 17,354

128.926

« PreviousContinue »