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LONG ISLAND SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS-Continued. ville Centre, Pres.; F. N. Smith, Long Island Suffolk County Historical Society. --Nat. W. City, Sec.: M. D. Gould, Flushing, Treas.

Foster, Pres.; Orville B. Ackeriy, 115 Broadway, Queens (Nassau) County Mutual Assistance Manhattan, Cor. Sec.; Ruth H. Tuthill, Riverhead, Ass'n-Headquarters at Bellmore. George R.

Rec. Sec.; T. M. Griffing, Riverhead. Treas. Williams, Pres.; John Kobin, Wantagh, Sec.; Suffolk (ounty First District Teachers' Ase'n. Alfred Jonas, Treas.

George Brown, Riverhead, Pres.; Miss Anna Queens-Nassau Agricultural Society-Geo. P. McGlivray, Riverhead, Sec. an i Treas. Titus, Pres., East Williston; Lott Van de Water, Suffolk Co. Good Roads Association-An organJr., Hempstead, Sec.; Thos. H. Bacon, Jericho, ization of Highway Commissioners of the several Treas, and Manager.

towns. R. V. A. Fitz, Pres., Peconic. Queens-Nassau Medical Society-Dr. J. D. Suffolk County Hunters Garden Ass'n,-Daniel Trask, Astoria, Pres.; James S. Cooley, Glen B. Cook, Westhampton, Pree.; John Hagen, RivCove, Sec. and Treas,

erhead, Sec. and Treas. Queens County Non-Partisan Taxpayers' Asso Suffo k County Medical Society.-J. Richard ciation-L. N Manley, Pres.; P. H. Scudder, Taylor, M, D., Sag Harbor, Pres.; Addison Raynor, Sec., Glen Head.

Riverhead, Sec.; B. D. Skinner, M. D., Greenport, Queens County Principals Conference-See Treas. Nassau Co. Principals' Conference.

Suffolk (bunty Mutual Benefi: Ass'n.--HeadRiverhead Alumni Association--DeForrest H.

quarters at Riverhead. Charles M. Blydenburgh, Wells, Pres.; Miss Millicent C. Foster, Vice- Riverhead, Pres.; John H. Perkins, Jr., Sec.; Pres.; Miss Florence Ackerly, Sec.; Miss Bess David F. Vail, Treas. H. Mazurie, Treas.

Suffolk ('0. Side Path Commissioners-Henry H, Riverhead Debating Club-Harry G. Stevens,

Preston, Shelter Island, Ch'rman: J. H. Davis, Port Pres.; Dr. Geo, W. Edwards, Sec. and Treas.

Jefferson, Sec.; Wm. B. Hedges, Patchogue; A. B. Riverhead Froebel Society--Mrs. George

Gildersleeve, Huntington; Wm. R. Reiman, Sag Stackpole, Pres.; Miss Lucy C. Howell, Sec. and

Harbor; Saml H. Higbie, Babylon; Edwin D. Treas.

Fishel Riverhead. Riverhead Lecture Association--George F

Suffolk County Volunteer Firemen's AssociaStackpole, Pres.: Wm. R. Duvall, Vice-Pres. ; tion---('omposed of 68 companies. W. Kintzing Everett B. Sweezey, Sec.; Ernest W. Tooker, Post, Bay port, Pres.; J. Frederick Flugrath, Treas.

Patchogue, Sec.; A. L. Field, Huntington, Treas. Riverhead Town Agricultural Society-Henry L. Veteran Association of 127th Reg't.-Thos. BirdHallock, Pres.: Sherwood E. Tuthill, Sec. and sall, North Tarrytown, Pres.: A. W. Fisk, RockTreas.; John A. Reeve, Purchasing Agent. ville Centre, Sec.; James Henry Young. 'Orient,

Riverhead Village Improvement Society-Nat. Treas. Re-union Sept. 10, 1900, at Northport.
W. Foster, Pres.; George M. Vail, Sec.; J. Henry Westbury Philomethean Club-Mrs. Oliver Whit-
Perkins, Treas.

son, Pree.; Miss Marietta Hicks, Westbury StaRoslyn Benevolent Society-E. H. Miller, Pres. : tion. Sec. C. H. Pearsall Jr., Sec.; Samuel Hooper, Treas. Weethampton Village Improvement Society.

Sag Harbor Am. Firemen-Geo. C. Merritt, Mrs. Mortimer D. Howell, Pres.; Mrs. Ernest H. Pres.; Frank Hennigar, Sec.

Bishop, Sec. and Treas. Sag Harbor Ladies' Village Improvement So

Religious ciety-Mrs. Joseph Fahys, Pres.; Mrs. Herbert Nickerson, Cor. Sec.; Miss Addie Sayre, Treas. Archdeaconry of Queens and Nassau-Rev. Henry

Sag Harbor Lecture Association Francis H. B. Bryan, Archdeacon; G. Webster Peck, Sec.; W. Palmer, Pres.; William C. Greene, Sec.

Willis, Treas.

Archdeaconry ot Suffolk--Rev. Wm. Holden, Sag Harbor Historical and Antiquarian Society

Northport, Archdeacon; Rev. Dan Marvin, SetauJ. J. Harrison, Pres.; Chas. W. Payne, Sec.

ket, Sec.; Mr. James W. Eaton, Babylon, Treas. Sag Harbor Montauk Club-F. H. Palmer, Pres.; Atlantic Sunday School Association-Rev. Wm. Wm, M. Cook, Sec. and Treas.

J. Cady, Manorville, Pres.; Miss Marion R. MilSea Cliff St. Luke's Athletic Club-G. G. Clap- ler, East Moriches, Sec.; George F. Homan, Patham, Pres.; Geo. Maidment, Sec.

chogue, Treas. Sea Cliff Taxpayers' Association-W. H. Friday, Bellmore King's Daughtens--Mrs. C. H. Hunt, Pres.; O. H. Doolittle, Sec.; Frank Sherwood, Pres.; Miss Elsie Wilson, Sec. Treas.

Elmont Catholic Benevolent Legion-J. Imhoff, Seaford Young Men's Improvement Club--Thos. Pres.; Anton Hartman, Sec. Roberts. Pres.; Wm. B. Rhodes, Sec.; David War Greenport W. C. T. U.-Mrs. Eva Horton, Pres.; ring. Treas.

Mrs. Maria Webb, Sec.; Mrs. H. M. Terry, Treas. Setauket Literary Club-Mrs. Dan. Marwin, Hempstead King's Daughters-Mrs. J. E. RobPres.; Miss Helen V. B. Ridgeway, Sec. and Treas. erts, Pres.; Miss Ham, Sec.

Southampton Town Colonial Society-Wm. F. Jamesport Camp Meeting Assn.-Oliver B. Corey, Howell, Pres.; Henry A. Fordham, Sec.; Dr. J. Outchogue, Pres.; Geo. M. Vail, Riverhead, Sec.; G. Pierson, Historian.

Thad. N. Benjamin, Riverhead, Treas. Southampton Village Improvement Assn.-Dr. T. Lake Grove Bible Society-B. Franklin Hallock, G, Thomas, Pres.; Henry A. Fordham, Sec. and

Pree.; Henry L. Gould, Sec. and Treas.
Treas.
Southern N. Y, Vol. Firemen Association-Chas.

Long Island Bible Society-Rev. E. C. Lawrence, M. Schwalbe, Port Richmond, Pres.; L. I. Vice- Westhampton Beach, Cor. Sec.; Nat. W. Foster, Presidents; F. W. Hancock, Brooklyn; Wm, B.

Riverhead. Treas. Carpenter, Flushing; John Conners, Sea Cliff; Geo.

Merrick ("amp Meeting Association-Rev. T. M. C. Hoyer, Blue Point.

Terry, 196 Lenox road, Brooklyn, Pres.; John E. Southold Dramatic Company-John H.

Lehr,

Ticker, Sec. and Supt. Pres.: Bertha I. Corey. Sec.; Chas. T. Gordon,

Montauk Sunday School Association-Egbert H. Manager.

Bishop, Pres., Bridgehampton; Howard May, Sec., Southold Town Agricultural Assn.-J. C. AT- Easthampton; Burrell J. Smith, Treas., Sag Harbertson, Pres.; B. S. Wiggins, ('utehogue. Sec.; bor. Henry Kaelin. Treas. and Purchasing Agent.

M. E. Churches of L. I.--Brooklyn North Dist. South Side Teachers' Association -G. C. Schaible,

Rev. Geo. Van Alstyne, Presiding Elder; South Lindenhurst. Pres.; Miss Maud J. Bedford, Linden- Dist., Rev. James S. Chadwick, Presiding Elder. hurst, Sec. and Treas,

New Village Home Missionary Union-Mrs. J. Suffolk County Agricultural Society.-Henry A. B. Gould, Pres.; Mrs. M. S. Bond, Sec.; Mrs. Wm. Reeves, Greenport. Pres.; Sylvester M. Foster, Ruland, Treas. Riverhead, Sec.; Geo. W. Cooper, Riverhead, Nissequogue C. E. I'nion-Rev. R. D. Merrill, Treas.

Brentwood, Pres.; Miss Sarah Hilton, Greenlawn, Suffok County Anti-Liquor League.- Rev. M.Sec. and Treas. H. Fishburn, Northville, Pres.; Miss Sara J. Northport Bible Society-H. A. Brush, Pres.; E. Adams, Greenport, Sec.; L. Emory Terry, South-G. Emans. Sec.; Mrs. (. G. Ellis, Treas. ampton, Treas.

Northport W. C. T. U.-Mrs. Erastus Hart, Suffolk County Editorial Ass'n.-L. B. Green, Pres. ; Mrs. H. G. Simpson, Sec.; Mrs. J. 0. PartPatchogue, Pres.; James A. Canfield, Sec. and ridge, Treas. Treas.

North Side Sunday School Assn.-George W. Suffolk County Farmers' Alliance-H. L. Hai-Conklin, Pres., Huntington; Rev. F. M. Hallock, Tock, Pres.; J. T. Downs. Sec, and Treas., River Good Ground, Sec. head.

Orient District Sunday School Ass'n.--Gro. M.

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LONG ISLAND SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS_RELIGIOUS-Continued. Vail, Riverhead, Rres.; Mrs. E. M. Latham, Ori Nassau County Republican Committee--Hemp. ent, Sec.; B. C. Kirkup, Mattituck, Treas.

stead, Smith Cox, James M. Seaman, Thomas Patchogue W. C. T. U.-Mrs. Anna D. Price, Cheshire, Benjamin Sprague.-North Hempstead, Pres.; Miss Mary R. Deery, Sec.; Mrs. Helen Richard E. Allen, Thos. Patterson, Geo, W. EastCorwin. Treas.

man, Brinckerhoff Meyers.-Oyster Bay. Wm. T. Presbytery of Long Island-Comprises the Pres- McCoun, Jr., Elwood Valentine, Wm. H. Simonbyterian Churches of Brookhaven town and all son, Samuel C. Ransom. the towns eastward. Rev. Epher Whitaker, D. D., Nassau County Supervisors-Augustus Denton, Southold. Stated Clerk.

New Hyde Park, Chairman; J. Seymour Snedeker, Presbytery of Nassau-Comprises the Presby- Hempstead, Clerk; Frederick Ingraham, Hempterian Churches of Queens Borough, Nassau Coun- stead, Counsel. ty and the four western towns of Suffolk. Rev. Patchogue Lincoln Republican Club.-John J. Alexander G. Russell, Oyster Bay, Stated Clerk. Kirkpatrick, Pres. ; James A. Canfield. Sec.; Geo.

Queens County Christian Endeavor Union-Geo. L. Chichester, Treas.
Willamson, Newtown, Pres.; Mrs. Chae. Keevil, Queens County Political Equality League.-Mrs.
Woodside, Cor. Sec.; Miss Maud Hendrickson. Mary E. Craigie, Pres.; Miss Anna Willetts. Port
Queens, Treas.

Washington, Rec. Sec.; Mrs. Asa Holt, Woodhaven, Queens and Nassau Clericus-Rev. E. M. Mc- Cor. Sec.; Mrs. Rhoda A. Glover, Baldwin, Treas. Guffey, Sec. and Treas.

Riverhead Republican Club.-John T. Hallock, Queens County Sunday School Ass'n-J. Milton | Pres.; Asa Hill, Sec.; Hubert F. Corwin, Treas. Bergen, Jamaica, Pres.; Percy B. Bromfield, Sea Cliff Democratic Club.-Geo. F. Butler, Pres.: Hempstead, Sec.; John H. Prall, Newtown, W. E. Fellendorf. Sec. Treas.

Suffolk County Board of Supervisors - Geo. A. Queens Co. W. C. T. U.-Mrs. C H. Harris, Ja- Miller, Springs, Chairman; Frederick M. Welsh, maica, Pres.; Mrs. J. D. Phelps, Jamaica, Cor. Patchogue, Clerk. Sec.: Miss M. H. Wright, Hempstead, Treas. Suffolk County Democratic County Committee.

Riverhead W. C. T. l'.-Mrs. C. W. Hallock, Brookhaven, E. W. Lane, Wm. S. Simpson, J. L. Pres.; Mrs. D. M. Corwin, Sec.; Mrs. H. H. Cor- Havens, Alexander Hawkins, R. S. Pelletreau, win, Treas.

Richard Woodhull. W. B. Dayton, J. E. Bayles, Sag Harbor Catholic Club_Org. 1894. Wm. S. F. H. Tuthill. Noah Terry. Israel Reed. A. R. AlJobe, Pres.; Michael Devine, Sec.

freds, Wm. S. Swezey, E. E. Hawkins, George Sag Harbor Y. M. C. A.--Wm. Blaiklock, Pres.; Jones, A. J. Payne; Smithtown, J. H. B. BrownJ'armes W. Baird, Sec. ; Shamgar Babcock, Treas. ing, E. H. L. Smith, W. H. Burton; Southold, J.

St. Johnland (Society of)-Rev. Henry Mottet, F. Crangle, B. L. Young, Fred Klip, H. A. Reeves, D. D., 47 W. 20th st., Manhattan, Pres.; F. E.

Michael Cassidy. W. C. Albertson, J. A. Case. C. Hyde, M. D., Sec.; F. M. Bacon, 92 Franklin F. Smith. Lester Gildersleeve; Huntington. Wm. st., Manhattan, Treas.; Rev. N. 0. Halsted, Kings R. Brigham, Douglass Conklin, James B. Denton, Park, Supt. and Pastor,

E. B. Dusenbury, Archibald E. Watson, George Southampton W. C. T. U.-Mrs. E. H. Bennett, Conklin, Timothy Oakley, John M. Dunn; RiverPres.; Mrs. Agnes White, Sec.

head, T. 0. Hulse, 0. E. Griswold, J. M. Magee, Southampton Woman's Missionary Society-Mrs. Frank v. Luce; Islip, James W. Eaton. c. E. R. S. ('ampbell, Pres.; Mrs. C. H. Corwith, Sec.; Drewster, C. H. L'Hommedieu, Timothy Smith. Mrs. Henry Fordham, Treas.

Julius Hauser, T. E. Hawkins, H. H. Hall, Louis South Side Clericus-Rev. John C. Stephenson, Kutsky. G. C. Ross: Easthampton, B. Z. Griffing, Bay Shore, Pres.; Rev. Geo. D. Sparks, West Carll Christman. Wm. H. Edwards. G. A. Miller; Islip, Vice-Pres.; Rev. William Wiley, Massape- Southampton, Louis Hertz, M. J. Marouney, E. O. qua, Sec. and Treas.

Hedges, Edward Costello, Charles Bush, Warren Suffolk Association of Congregational Ministers Corwin, Samuel Griffin, J. B. Cook; Shelter Island, --Nat. W. Foster, Riverhead, Pres.; Rev. G. J. C. H. Smith, Jr.; Babylon, John R. Reid, Joseph Powell, Sayville, Sec.

H. Petty, Frederick 0. Schneider, Samuel P. Hil. Suffolk Co. Christian Union-Rev. R. D. Merrill,

dreth, Brentwood, Pres.: Miss Sarah Howell, Center

Suffolk Prohibition County Committee-John F. Moriches, Rec. Sec.; Miss M. Edith Brundage,

Raynor, Huntington; Richard S. Mott, Babylon; Patchogue, Cor. Sec.; F. H. Tuthill, Jamesport, Jas. E. Grimshaw, Smithtown; D. M. Edwards, Treas.

Islip; W. S. Swezey, Preston E. Terry, BrookSuffolk Co. Methodist Ministers' Association

haven; 0. 0. Wells, Riverhead; J. M. Raynor, Org. 1885. Rev. E. Cunningham, Islip, Pres.; Rev. Southold; W. F. Halsey, John A. Tuthill, SouthW. S. Poulson, Lake Grove, Sec. Suffolk County Sunday School Ass' n-Frederick born, Easthampton.

ampton; C. J. Clark, Shelter Island; David E. OsSteihler, Ph. D., Babylon, Pres.; Daniel Chi

Suffolk Republican County Committee-Babylon, chester, Patchogue, Cor. Sec.; Rev. Jas. M. Den- Henry Oakley, Geo. S. Mott, William Hirsch, ton, Yaphank, Rec. Sec.; 0. B. Goldsmith, Cut

Frederick Powell, Eugene Velsor; Smithtown, C. chogue, Treas.

Melville Smith, Geo. L. Thompson, Melville E. Suffolk ('o. W C. T U.--Mrs. Eva Horton,

Brush; Huntington, John P. Dole, Henry S. Brush, Greenport, Pres. ; Mrs. D. G. Brundage, Patchogue, Allison E. Lowndes, Henry H. Denton, G. Edwin Cor. Sec.; Mrs. Maria Webb, Greenport, Treas.

Bartow, Carl Burr, Sr.; Jackson M. Jarvis, Wm. Western Distriot Sunday School Ass'n-W. S. Cartwright, Islip, Pres.; Willis B. Inglee, Amity-bins, E. S. Clock, J. N. Fraser, Dr. G. A. Robin

McKinney: Islip, Henry C. Hepburn, Josiah Robville, Sec.; N. Aldrich, Sayville, Treas. Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society Thuma, Cornelius De Graff; Southold, Julius c.

son, Regis H. Post, Orlando Hubbs, Joseph F. of Presbytery of Long Island-Miss Sara J. Adams,

Newton, Elbert W. Taber. Elias P. Jennings, L. Pres., Greenport; Mrs. Harri M. Howell, South

F. Terry, John J. Bartlett, Samuel Dickerson, R. ampton, Sec.; Mrs. Edgar Wade. Sag Harbor,

V. A. Fitz, Harrison H. Tuthill, John M. Lupton; Treas

Riverhead, Preston Raynor, George M. Vail, A, E. Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society Hawkins, Charles H. Howell: Southampton, Peter of Presbytery of Nassau. Org. 1884; membership: Dipple, Henry French, E. J. Hildreth, James H. 1,500; Mns. Samuel T. Carter, Huntington, Pres.:

Pierson, E. A. Hildreth, Joseph W. Jacobs, HarMiss A. G. Cornwell, Sec., Freeport; Mrs. L. L.

vey P. Fanning, Silas E. Jessup; Easthampton, Fosdick, Jamaica, Treas,

Charles E. Dayton, Olin M. Edwards, William B.

Bailey, Theodore D. Dimon; Shelter Island, J. Political.

Eugene Parker, C. H.

Dawson:

Brookhaven,

H. Hall, John E. Huntington Citizens' League for Civil Service Charles J. Williamson, Wm. Reform.-Temple Prime, Pres.; Wm. s. Funnell,

Overton, John

M. Bran, Chauncey W. Davis,

Samuel N. Hawkins, C. A. Baker, M. D.; Sec.. William McBrien, Treas. Nassau County Democratic Committee-Dr. J.

Ethan E. Raynor, James E. Welch, Gideon F. H. B. Denton, Freeport; John J. Miller, Balá

Smith, Addison H. Bumpstead, Chas. Satterly, wins; (has. A. Schiffmacher, Woodmere: Amos W. A. Reeve, J. J. Kirkpatrick, Wm. Underwood, Williams, Freeport: Alonzo M. Onderdonk,' Hemp-Thos. J. (outant.

Westbury Democratic (lub-Edward Conners, stead: Samuel Hooper, Roslyn: John B. Giilier, Thomaston: Thomas J. McKee, Port Washington:

Pres.; E. (. Taft, Sec.; Wm. ('onners, Treas, Phil. J. Christ. New Hyde Park; Eugene V. Wil

Westbury Republican (lub--William W. ('ocks, lis, East Williston; Ward Dickson, Glen Cove; Pres.; R. Franklin Titus, Sec.; John A. Albertson, James Norton, (len (ove; P. J. McGonnigle,

Treas. Hicksville: Townsend Scudder, Glen Head; Oliver Westhampton McKinley Republican Club-AlanL. Jones, Cold Spring Harbor.

son P. Rogers, Pres.; Charles G. Smith, Sec.

LONG ISLAND SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-Continued.
Business and Commercial.

Patchogue Oyster Planters' Assn.-John L.

Bransford, Chairman; John Jones, Sec. Amagansett Telegraph and Telephone Co.-John

Peconic Bay Oyster Co., Orient-Geo. W. HalT. Gardiner, Easthampton, Pres. and Treas.

lock, Lucius H. Hallock, S. P. Hedges, Lewis Amityvile Land Improvement Co.--Stephen R.

Youngs, J. M. Raynor, Directors. Williams, Pres. ; J. E. Ireland, Sec. and Treas.

Point of Woods W. C. T. U. Building Ass'n.Babylon Electric Light Co.-L. H. Fishel, Pres.;

Mrs. M. H. Stackpole, Riverhead, Pres.; Miss JuGustav Fishel, Sec.; F. A. Dowden, Treas.

liet Wilbur, Speonk, Cor. Sec.; Mrs. M. H. Jessup, Babylon R. R. CO.--Arthur P. Dodge, Pres. ;

Rec. Seç. Francis J. Oppenauer, 27 Wiliam st., Manhattan,

Port Jefferson and Patchogue Traction Co.-EdBabylon ani Oak Island Ferry Co.--Directors,

win Bailey, Pres.; J. B. Swezey, Patchogue, Sec.; Jeremiah Robbins, Wm. H. Deale, Frederick S.

Frank Miller, Treas. Bunce, Wilbur C. Abbott.

Port Jefferson Electric Light Co.--Henry M. Babylon Sumpwams Water Co.-Washington F.

Randall, Pres.; W. T. Wheeler. Sec. and 'Treas. Norton, Pres.; Jeremiah Robbins, Sec.

Port Jefferson Water Co.-Henry M. Randall, Bay Shore Electric Light Co.-Josiah Robbins,

Pres.; Wm. T. Wheeler, Sec. and Treas. Pres.; F. T. Hulse, Sec.; John R. Howell, Treas.

Queens and Sutroik Mutual Fire Insurance Bay Shore Great South Bay Water Co.-Col. N Corporation-ofice at Yaphank. Wm. G. Miller, T. Sprague, Pres.; Chas. G. Sands, Sec. and Supt.;

Freeport, Pres.; Roswell Davis, Sec. and ManDavid A. Boody, Treas.

ager; Geo. D. Gerard, Patchogue, Treas. Bay Shore Steamboat Co.-Dr. W. A. Hulse,

Riverhead Water Works-George W. Cooper, Pres.; Harry M. Brewster, Sec.; C. W. Vail, Treas. and General Manager.

Pres.; George Vail, Sec.; T. M. Griffing, Treas. Bohemia Farmers' Building and Improvement

Sag Harbor Board of Trade-George Kiernan,

Pres.; John L. Sherwood, Sec. and Treas. Association-Org. 1887. Vaclar Behounek, Pres. ;

Sayville Steamboat Co.-Robert Nunns, Pres.; Vaclar Kroupa, Sec.; Joseph Novotny, Treas.

Wm. F. Le Cluse, Sec.; W. N. Raynor, Treas. East End Telephone Co.-Jeremiah Huntting,

Sea Cliff Water Co.--Org. 1878. John T. Pirie, Pres.; J. S. Osborne, Easthampton, Sec. and Treas.

Pres.; James D. Weir, Vice-Pres.; John K. Myers, Easthampton Home Water Co.--Org. 1898. JO

New Rochelle, Sec. and Treas, seph S. Osborne, J. T. Gardiner, B. H. Van Scoy,

Shelter Island and Greenport Ferry Co.-F. A. Geo. A. Eldridge, W. F. Muchmore, J. J. Bart

Schroeder, Brooklyn, Pres. ; Isaac Reeve, Greenlett, E. H. Larkin, Directors. Eastern Union Telegraph

port, Sec. and Supt.; Eagene Britton, Treas.,

Henry
Co-James

195 Front St., Brooklyn. Young, Orient, Pres.; W. Halsey Wiggins, East

Southampton Electric Light Co.-Harri M. Marion, Sec. and Treas.; Mrs. Frances H. Hammond, Greenport, Supt.

Howell, Pres.; H. Howell, Southampton, Sec. and

Treas. Freeport Land Co.John J. Randall, Pres.;

Southampton Water Co.-Jas. H. Pierson, Pres.: Henry P. Libby, Sec. and Treas.

E. H. Foster, Sec.; W. C. Williamson, Treas. Garden City Co.-Prescott Hall Butler, 52 Wall

South Shore Telephone Co.--Office at Freeport. st., Manhattan, Pres.; Allen W. Evarts, 280 Broadway. Manhattan,

H. P. Libby, Pres.: Wm. G. Miller, Treas.; H. Sec. ; Horace Russel,

P. Libby, Wm. G. Miller and Geo. W. Bergen, Treas.; Geo. L. Hubbell, Gen. Man., Garden City.

Executive Committee. Glen Cove Mutual Insurance Co.-S. M. Titus,

Suffolk County Mutual Insurance Co.-Office at Pres.; G. W. ('ocks, Sec.; F. E. Willets, Treas.

Southold. Jona B. Terry, Southold, Pres. and Hempstead Co-operative Building and Loan Ass'n -S. Alonzo Smith, Pres.; Geo. H. Baukney, Hemp

Treas.; Silas F. Overton, Peconic, Sec.; Nathan stead, Sec.; William Plyer, Treas.

D. Petty, Attorney.
Hempstead Gas Light Co.-J. E. Davidson,
Pres. ; Chas. F. Gittens, Sec. and Treas.

Charitable Public and Private InstituHempstead Water Co.--Chas. E. Kimball, Pres.;

tions. M F. McLanahan, Sec. Huntington, Norwalk and Bridgeport Steam

Brunswick Home-Amityville. A private instiFerry Co.-Temple Prime, Pres.; Douglass Conk

tution for epileptics and feeble minded. S. R. lin, Sec.; Ira B. Young, Treas. Headquarters, Williams, Supt. Huntington.

Country Home for Convalescent Babies-Sea Cliff. Huntington Railroad Co.-W. H. Baldwin, Jr.,

Downing Vacation House-Locust Valley, in L I. City, Pres; A: C. Bedford, L. I. City, Sec.; charge of Brooklyn Ass'n of Working Girls' SocieC. C. Wingate, Huntington, Supt.

ties. Furnishes board at $3 per week. Huntington Water Works Co.Edmund D. Dav.

Hemps:ead Town Poor Farm.-R. H. Homan, idson, Pres.; J. F. Wood, Sec.; J. Irwin, Treas.

Baldwins, Joseph T. Hall, Valley Stream, OverLong Island and New England Steamboat Co.

seers of Poor; Daniel S. Willmarth, Keeper; Mrs. J. B. Terry, Southold, Pres.: Wm. H. Beckwith Wilmarth, Matron; Dr. L. N. Lanehart, House Greenport, Sec.; G. C. Adams, Greenport, Treas.; Physician. James Elton, Riverhead, General Manager.

Long Island Home-Amityville. Est. 1882. A Long Island Underwriters' Ass'n.--Watkin W.

G. Bailey, Pres.; W. F. Norton, Babylon, Treas. ; Jones, Far Rockaway, Pres.; John A. Potter, Pat

W. W. Hewlett, Babylon, Sec.; O. J. Wilsey, chogue, Vice-Pres.; Henry De Mott, Rockville

Supt. and Physician in Charge; Martha Noyes, Centre, Sec.

Matron. Mecox Land Improvement Co.-Harvey P. Fan

L. I. Odd Fellows' Home.-Located at Hollis. ning, Flanders, Pres.; George H. Skidmore, Riv

F. E. Pouch, Pres.; W. W. Hill, Vice-Pres.; erhead, Sec.; Geo. W. Cooper, Riverhead, Treas.

Sidney L, Rowland, Treas.; Charles A. Vail, Sec. Montauk Steamboat Co.-Sag Harbor. Henry F.

Long Island State Hospital, at Kings Park-Dr. Cook, Joseph Fahye, George Fahys, John Truman J. Backus, Pres.; Dr. Edw. F. Smith, Sherry, Arthur S. French, Francis S. Sherry, John Sec.; Henry E. Abell, Treas.; John C. Deubert, Monks, Jr., Directors; D. Van Cleaf, Supt.; H. M. Vice-Pres. ; Silas B. Dutcher, Mrs. Oliver L. Smith, Traffic Manager.

Jones, Alexander E. Orr and Theron L. Smith, New York and Long Island Telegraph Co.-Dr. Board of Managers; Dr. O. M. Dewing, Gen J. Carl Schmuck, Lawrence, Pres.; Valentine W. Supt.: Dr. H. C. Evarts, Med. Supt. Smith, Treas.; J. F. Skinner, Sec.

Louden Hall for Aged, Decrepit and Mentally

Enfeebled Persons.-Amityville, Est. 1887. 60 inNorthport Water Works Cb.-Jesse Carll, Pres ;

mates. S. Le Roy Ackerly, Sec. and Supt.; Nathaniel S.

John Louden, Supt.

Manhattan State Hospital at Central Islip.Ackerly, Treas. Xorthville Land and Pier Co.-Henry L. Hal

Henry E. Howland, 35 Wall st., Manhattan, Pres. ; lock, Riverhead, Pres.; Orvis H. Luce, Sec.

G. E. Dodge, 156 5th av., Manhattan, Sec.; W. H.

Kimball, 45 Broadway, Manhattan, Treae.; Dr. .. Oak Island Beach Assn.Org. 1895. Osrner B.

E. Macdonald, Supt; Herman C. Evarts, M. D., Gregory. Pres.; Marian M. Miller, LL. D., Sec.:

Physician in Charge. Gilbert Elliott, Treas. and Business Manager,

Nassau Hospital Ass'n, West Hempstead.--"'. 215 Montague st., Brooklyn.

L. Swan, Oyster Bay, Pres.; Percy B. Bromfield. Patchogue Electric Light Co. - John S. Havens, Hempstead, Vice-Pres. ; Dr. James S. Cooley. Glen Prec.; George D. Gerard, Sec.; J. H. Mills, Treas, (ove, Sec.; Samuel J. Underhill, Jericho, Treas. Patchogue Investment Co.

John A. Pitter, 213 persons assisted in 1999. Rereipts for year Pres.; J. M. Price, Sec.; Smith W. ('onklin, Treas, $7.038. Expended $6,284. Value of real estate Patchogue Merchants' and Manufacturers' Assn. $3,000.

Nelson McBride, Pres.: James R. Skinner, Sec.; St. Johnland (The Society of)-Rev. Henry MotWalter H. Jaycox, Treas.

tet, D. D., Pres. ; Francis s. Bangs, Ser. ; Francis

LONG ISLAND SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-CHARITABLE Continued. M. Bacon, Treas.; Rev. N. 0. Halsted, Supt. LO Jamesport; Geo. A. Buckingham, Riverhead; cated at Kings Park.

Wm. H. Taft, Riverhead; Ernest B. Payne, St. Mary of the Angels-Syosset. A summer Wading River. Home of Convent of the Sisters of Mercy.

Shelter Island-Byron L. Griffing, Lewis B. Suffolk County Almshouse and Children's Home Congdon, Charles H. Corwin, Henry H. Preston, -Located on a farm at Yaphank. Jonathan Bak all Shelter Island, Abram Mitchell. er, Keeper; Mrs. Baker, Matron; Dr. C. A. Baker, Smithtown-Exlward H, L. Smith, St. James: Attending Physician; J. Edwards Terry, Keeper Herbert W. Hallock, Smithtown Branch; J. Otis of the Children's Home. The almshouse report Smith, Commack; Charles P. Soper, St. James; for year ending September 30, 1899, shows re John F. Kelly, Kings Park; John H. B. Brownceipts $21,577.43; disbursements, $20,048.60, leaving a

ing. Smithtown Branch, balance of $1,528.83. The per capita cost Southampton-James H. Pierson, Southampton; per day of caring for the inmates

was

Wm. J. Post, Southampton; Marcus E. Griffin, 514 cents, or 3842 cents

per

week, chargeable Quogue; Charles G. Smith, Westhampton; G. to Huntington, $365.20; Babylon, $318.34; Islip,

Clarence Topping, Sagaponack; Wm. C Greene, $304.86; Smithtown, $170.44; Brookhaven, $179.49; Sag Harbor; Edward H. Foster, Southampton. Riverhead, $195.20; Southampton, $258.94; East

Southold-B. D. Skinner, M. D., Greenport; Wm. hampton, $91.85; Southold, $184.03; Shelter Island,

Y. Fithian, Southold; Lewellen F. Terry, Green$80.08; Suffolk County, $1,380.56. Total, $3,828.99.

port; Baldwin T. Payne, Southold; Elisha M. The total cost of support at the almshouse, in Rackett, Orient; Henry A. Wilbur, Fisher's cluding all expenses, was 26 cents per day, or Island. $1.82 per week. The whole number of persons at the almshouse was 157, chargeable to Huntington, 17; Babylon, 14; Islip, 19; Smithtown, 9; Brook

Libraries of Long Island.
haven, 20; Riverhead, 10; Southampton, 13; East-
hampton, 4; Southold, 9; Shelter Island, 3; board-
ers, 5; Suffolk County. 34.

Location.
Name of

Librarian. Vols 1 he report of the Children's Home showed the

Library. receipts for the year to have been $5.039.06, with expenditures amounting to $6,572.41. The cost of

The cost per cap- B'dgehampton Hampton

Babylon High School food and clothing was $2,682.32.

Wm. H. Lisk ... 1,500

John F. Youngs. 5,254 ita was 1242 cents per day, chargeable to Huntington, $291.25; Babylon, $66.50; Islip, $330.75; Smith

Easthampton . Free. Ettie C. Hedges. (1,526 town, $219.25; Brookhaven, $1,084.50; Riverhead,

Farmingdale .. School.. A. Van Cott

234 $48.63; Southampton, $91.75; Easthampton, $148.50; Garden City... St Paul's Sch'l H. E. Henderson 5,000 Southold. $119.25; Suffolk County, $266.25.

Garden City... St. Mary's.... Miss Fr'ces Clark 5,000 The total cost per day was about 31 cents, Great Neck.... School Jas. W. Jacobus. 917 or $2.14 per week. The number of children in the Greenport School Samuel King.... 1,451 home October 1, 1898, was 49; received during the Hempstead.... Institute

1,000 year, 56; discharged, 68; remaining, September 30, Hempstead.. School Naomi E. Craig: 1,150 1899, 37. Chargeable to Huntington, 4; Islip, 4; Hempstead.... Subscription. Miss M. G. Smith 2,294 Babylon, 1; Smithtown, 1; Brookhaven, 11; River- Huntington.. Association Mrs. M. F. Gaines 5,000 head, 1; Southampton, 1; Easthampton, 2; South- Huntington. ... School S. L. Cutler 1,200 old, 5.

Islip

Association. Ella S. Clock Temporary Home

11,000 for Children-Mineola. Est.

Locust Valley . Friends' Acad 1884. For children from 4 to 14 years of age. Value

1,000 of property, $20,000. Mrs. C. D. Leverich, Pres.,

Massapequa Floyd-Jones.. Miss G. R. Wiley. 1,050

Merrick Merrick Corona; James R. Willetts, Treas.; Miss C. A.

Miss Lina Miller. 1,310 Rogers, Matron.

Northville Public G. E. Fishburn.. 637

Oyster Bay.. People's.. H. F. Phillips .. 1.750 Town Boards of Long Island. Patchogue Circulating

1,500 Patchogue School

W. E. Gordon 1,500 Babylon-Edward Daily, Babylon; Willis B. Rock'lle Centre Public... Leland L. Landus 1.857 Inglee, Amityville; Henry A. Brown West Deer Riverhead Free..

MillicentF.Foster 800 Park; Tredwell C. Willmarth, Amityville; Arthur Riverhead School.. Geo, A. Brown... 600 Neville, Lindenhurst; James B. Cooper, Babylon; Roslyn Bryant J. H. Bogart 1,027 Alvin Parthee, Lindenhurst. Brookhaven-Elwin Bailey, Jr., Patchogue; Ed-Sea Cliff

Sag Harbor

Library Ass'n. August Meyer... 1,893

Public. Geo. F. Canning. 1,062 mund F. Hawkins, Yapbank; Smith W. Conklin, Patchogue; Everett M. Price, Bellport; Riley P: Southampton Rogers Mem.. Chas. S. Foster.. 4,000

Setauket Emma Clark. Miss A. Morand. 2,304 Howell, East Moriches; Morris M. Hawkins, Lake Grove: George W. Birdsail, Medford Station;

Southold School.. S. S. Shaw.... 401 John B. Mount. Setauket; Theodore W. Wheeler,

Westhampton. Free.. Mary H. Jessup. 1,200 Port Jefferson; Eugene W. Lane, Manorville.

Yaphank . Circulating... Roswell Davis... 650 Easthampton-George A. Miler, Springs; Joseph S. Osborne, Easthampton; Theodore D. Dimon; Amagansett; Hiram Sherrill, Easthampton; Jo

Export Trade With the New Colonies. siah Dayton, Easthampton; Carl Christman, Sag

The following table shows the exports from the Harbor.

United States to Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii and Hempstead-Smith Cox, Freeport; H. Luther Weeks, Hempstead: Edgar Jackson, Wantagh;

the Philippines, separately, in each year, from Wm. M. Hawkins, Rockville Centre; Charles F.

1889 to 1899: Gittens, Hempstead; Wm. H. E. Jay, Woodmere.

Philip

Cuba Porto Rico. Hawaii. pines. Huntington-Henry S. Brush, Huntington; Philip | 1889 Pearsall, Huntington; Charles B. Partridge, North

$11,691,311 $2,224,931 $3,375, 661 $179,617 1890

13,084,415 2,297,538 4,711,417 Rudolph A. Schmidt, Melville;

122, 276 port;

A. E.
1891
12,224,888

5.107,212 124,572 Lowndes, Huntington; I. W.

2, 155,234 Valentine, Cold

1892

17,953,570 2,856,003 3,781,628 Spring Harbor.

60,911 1893

24,147,698 2,510,607 2,827,663 154,378 Islip-Frank S. Parker, East Islip; Julius Hause,

1894

20,125,321 2,720,508 Sayville; Frederic S. Wright, Islip; George E.

3,306, 187 145,466 1895

12, 807,661 1,833,544 3.723.057 119, 255 Stolworthy, Sayville; Frank E. Blacker, Brent

1896

7,530,880 2,102,094 3,985,707 162.446 wood; Chas. W. Vail, Bay Shore; Carlton E.

1897

8,259,776 1,988,888 4,690,075 94,597 Brewster, Bay Shore.

1898

9,561,656 1,505,946 5,907, 155 127,804 North Hempstead--Augustus Denton, New Hyde

1899

18, 615,707 Park; Monroe S. Wood, Roslyn; William H. So

2,685,818 9,305, 470 404,171 bey, Roslyn: Isaac M. Allen, Port Washington; The following table shows the total exports from Dennis O'Leary, Thomaston; Foster L Oakley,

the l'nited States to Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii East Williston.

and the Philippines, combined, in each year from Oyster Bay-Wm. H. Jones, Woodbury; James 1889 to 1899: L. LongOyster Bay; James H. Cocks, Glen 1889

$17,471,550/1895

$18,483,517 Cove: Walter Franklin, East Norwich; William 1890

20.215, 6161896

13,781,127 M. Simonson, Hicksville; Allolph Bausch, Farm 1891

19,611,906 1897

14,761,336 ingdale.

1892
24.652,115 1898

17, 102,561 Riverhead--Henry L. Hallock, Riverhead; John 1893

29.650.346 1899

31,011, 196 Bagshaw, Riverhead; Daniel A. Young, South 1894

26, 297, 482

LONG ISLAND FIRE COMPANIES.
AMITYVILLE.

LINDENHURST-(has. Warta, Jr., Chief, Name of Co. No. of members. Foreman.

Name of Co. No. of members. Foreman. Amityville Hose No. 1...28....C. F. Hart.

Breslau Engine

18.... John Holzgang. Dauntless Hose No. 2.... 20. ... Edward Stratton, Union Hook and Ladder., 30.... Wm. Burchard. Hook & Ladder No. 1..30....Christian Molle. Liberty Hose

22.... Albert Beyer, Breslau Steamer

18.. Wm. Wilch
BABYLON-Gustave Fishel, Chief.

Juvenile H. and L.. 16. ... John Sauter.
Hook & Ladder No. 1....35....James Kent.
Storm Engine
40....Theo, H. Soper.

LOCUST VALLEY.
Phoenix Hose
25.... Stephen Smalling.

Hook and Ladder No. 1..32....C. F. Williams. Sumpwams Hose 20... Wm. H. Deale.

LYNBROOK. Argyle Hose 20.... Wm. Holbrook,

Hook and Ladder......... 40. ... Wm. M. Pratt,
BAYPORT-W, Kintzing Post, Chief.

MERRICK.
Bayport H. & L.... .25....M. J. McMarth.
Bayport Hose No. 1....15....R. H. Post.

Hook and Ladder....... 20.... Geo. M. Hewlett. Bayport Hose No. 2...... 15....Clifton Hawkins.

MILLBURN- John H. Carl, Chief.
BAY SHORE-Frank H. Call, Chief.

(Ballwins Fire Dept.)

Hook and Ladder....... Bay Shore H. & L........ 40....Josiah Robbins.

.38.... George Miller, Bay Shore Hose No. 1...20... Harry C. Fordham.

Millburn Hose

.24....A. Copley. Penataquit Hose ... 20. ... Walter Smith.

MINEOLA. Bay Shore Fire Patrol...20.... George Hafele. Hook and Ladder No. 1..38.... Edward Schmidt. BELLPORT-Everett M. Price, Chief.

NORTHPORT-Henry H. Denton, Chief, Bellport H. & L. No. 1.. 40.... Geo. L. Pierman. Northport H. & L. No. 1.20.... W. S. Soper. Bellport Engine No. 1...10.... Barney King.

Northport Hose No. 1.... 20.... M. J. Fox.
BLUE POINT.

ORIENT
Hook & Ladder..... 46....Chas. H. Moger. Panquatuck H. & L.....31....C. H. Kernan.
BOHEMIA

OYSTER BAY. Hook & Ladder No. 1... 28.... Louis Kautsky. Hook and Ladder No. 1..45....F. W. Hawkshurst. BRENTWOOD.

Atlantic Steamer No. 1..31....Wm. Brice. Fire H. and L...... 18....T. L. Gould.

PATCHOGUE-Wm. S. Simpson, Chief. BRIDGEHAMPTON.

Patchogue Engine 60.... Nath'l Partington. Hook & Ladder.... 23....Chas. Humblet.

Union H. and L... 40....J. Fred. Flugrath. Chemical Eng

Vanguard Hose

20....Chas. J. Odell. Euclid Hose

. 20....Clarence W. Ruland. CENTRE MORICHES.

PORT JEFFERSON–C. A. Bayles, Chief. Hook & Ladder 35.... A. N. Wiggins.

Hook and Ladder....... 50....R. C. Jones. COLD SPRING HARBOR-Edward White. Chief.

Rescue Hose

40.... Samuel Westlake. Hook & Ladder No. 1.... 40.... Wm, C. Archer.

PORT WASHINGTON. Phenix Engine No. 1..... 40.... William Hegar.

Atlantic H. and L...... 39. ... Timothy J. Birl, EAST ISLIP-John N. Frazer, Chief.

Protection Engine .......36.... Eug. E. Carpentar. East Islip H. & L........40.... Albert Hanford.

RIVERHEAD_Frank C. Lane. S. T. Peters' Hose No. 1. 18.... Sylvester Godfrey.

Red Bird Eng. No. 1.... 23....John Courtney. EAST MORICHES.

Washington Str. No. 2...27.... Geo. M. Vail.
Hook & Ladder No. 1... 35....John Porter.

Rough and Rea ly Eng.. 25... Anton Fiola.
EAST WILLISTON.

Hook and Ladder No. 1..30....E. 0. Terry.
Hook & Ladder No. 1...30....F. L. Oakley.

ROCKVILLE CENTRE-Simon Stiner, Chief. FARMINGDALE-Geo, H. Otten, Chief.

Eureka H. and L....... 35....S. T. Wright.

Live Oak Engine.. 40.... E. McGinness. Farmingdale Hook

Defender Hose No. 1..... 24....A. W. Fisk. Ladder No. 1.... 72.... John Scheuer.

Alert Hose No. 2....... 20....W. Smith.
Waterwitch Eng. No. 1.. 40.... Wm. Fehleisen.

ROSLYN-C. E. Remsen, Chief.
FREEPORT-R. H. Mayland, Chief.
Widea wake Engine....

Rescue H. and L. ......... 35....C. E. Remsen. 20....C. W. Baldwin. Excelsior H. & L........ 25.... Robert Anderson.

SAG HARBOR-W. G. Howard, Chief. Ever Ready Hose No. 1.. 20....Geo. Wallace.

Gazelle Hose

20....F. Hindricks. Vigilant Hose No. 2...... 25.... Walter Cozzens.

Montauk Hose

20....John M. Donohue. Bay View Hose No. 3..... 20.... Stephen Lewis. Murray Hill Hose.

20....W. Affron. GLENWOOD.

Otter Hose

20.... Gilbert Edwards,

Phoenix H. and L.. 30.... Thomas W. Lester. Volunteer No. 1...........30....0. D. Hendrickson. GREEN PORT-Harry Young, Chief.

SAYVILLE James T. Wood, Chief. Empire Engine No. 1....40....L. P. Berrenger.

Sayville H. and L........52....James T. Wood. Torrent Steamer No 3.... 40....Geo. W. Young.

Resolute Hose

40.... V. James. Sterling Steamer No. 4..40.... Wm. Shepard.

Juvenile H. and L........18....James Stolworthy. Eagle Hose No. 1........,20....0. A. Jackson.

SEA CLIFF-Wm. M. Mathews, Chief. Relief Hose No. 2........20....G. B. Preston.

Hook and Ladder

20.... Walter R. Koop. Phenix H. and L. No, 1..40....W. J. Sherwood.

Geissenhainer Eng 30....W. C. Smith. HEMPSTEAD-Robert Van De Water, Chief. Enterprise Hose

22....Geo. Fisher. Steamer No. 2...... 50.... Edward J. Coles.

SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS-Ohas, H. Corwin, Enterprise Hose .. 30....0. E, Gildersleeve.

Chier. Harper H. and L.. 40.... Lewis H. Clowes.

Shelter Island Fire....... 40....Jesse Ketcham. Victory Hose. 30.... Chas. Patterson. Engine

- ...C. H. Dawson, Engr Protection Hose 30....John Box.

SOUTHAMPTON-Chas. A. Blackburn, Chief. HIOKSVILLE, Protection H. & L. No. 1.18.... Aug. Peters.

Agawam Eng.....

65.... Chas. A Bennett. Independent Eng. No. 2..20....Frederick Peters.

S. H. Hook and Lalider..30.... Ed. J. Cavanaugh. Citizens' steamer No. 3..10....J. Feting.

Agawam Hose

23.... E. E. Hammond. HUNTINGTON-A. L. Field, Chief.

SOL'THOLD-Oliver V. Pennell, Chief.

Protection Eng..... Protection H. and L...... 34.... Levi Bloxom.

.....35....R. S. Sturges. Protection Hose

Eagle H. and L.......... 30.... Nicholas Carry. 33...... V. Sammie. Protection Engine ........ 23.... George E. Mills.

WEST SAYVILLE.
ISLIP-Wm. L. Muncey, Chief,

Hook and Ladder No. 1.. 38.... William Otto.
Hook and Ladder No. 1.. 36. ...John E. King.

Juvenile No. 1....... 22.... Henry Locker. Alert Hose No, 1.......... 20....Frank Brown.

WESTBURY. Protector Hose No. 2.... 25....Smith Wright. Hook and Ladder No. 1..46.... Edward Zerinko.

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