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3199 6195 14325 651 133 14143 6576 159 Chemung. 5906 6008 55 475 7 4637 5431

92 7810 5334 118 Chenango.. 5779 3056 56 271 14 2191 4363 6334

3973 101 6258 8990 128 Clinton

4824 4800 21 97 12 87-2 8750 6005 3074 51 5966 3109 59 Columbia

5446 5:59 19 113 5 853 4893 6651 4373 177 6-187 4516 176 Cortland 4200 4466 13 284 9 2:31 8069 493

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505 65 81910 3473345612) 80172 1124 4158533067 1860 Essex.

4325 2273
801 19 10 1563 2715

5356 1700 56 5331 1779 60 Franclin 5:207 2474 16 179 8 1092

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6118 2130 64 6105 2504 68 Fulton and Hamilton 6614 4192 193 893 8 8182 4921 7701 8-19 127 7527 8:78 167 Genesee

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83146 101526 4115 381 215 96124 55563 1091351 76882 3715 103967 80:285 5552 Lewis

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2613 3569

5461 4101 78 5149 4104 71 Madison.

6141 8190 701 820 13 2000 8995 7588 3580 106 7326 3803 134 Monroe. 207181 18198 970

93 15566 18183/262-817158 395 25180 18083 468 Montgomery

6205 5191

180 9

5504 7082 4759 141 6789 5082 124 Nassau

5415 4133 28 51 7 New York

112906 173173 10091 485 765 162825) 71386 156359 135621 5511 146368 141452 8637 Niagara.

7002

61 815 18 47:23 4805 8626 611 143 8237 6684 162 Oneida.. 15 149 117:7 290 574

9998) 13566 18855 11003 468 17571 12088 672 Onondaga

1975 135981

2360

510 17 18851 16841 25039 13695 296 2338 15181 465 Ontario

6573 4781 29 269 17 8147 5180 7506 5185 126 7379 5577 149 Orange .

11911 9098 135 83 18 8637 10501 14086 8971 249 13769 9257 270 Orlea is

4232
2021 12 315 5

20:26 4664 2903 33 4674 2995 40 Oswego.

10181 6340 81 895 15 4519 7603 11411 61C1 95 11252 6:11 134 Otsego 6870 5800! 40 848

39 15 5308 8161 582) 166 873 5894 159 Putnam.

1901 1051
36 3 916
2364 1027 53

1044 65 Queens

9715 13049 953 43 86 14719 11503 18694 11980 C33 17919 12553 804 Rensselaer

14089! 116.3 212 898 22 1212 13109 17221 13119 208 16547 13781 282 Richmond 4577 6723 216 113 21 5972 8539

6170 4152 293 58101 4748 403 Rockland.

3382 3.574

9? 8 3353

30-23 4336

3.02 156 4216 3099 187 St. Lawrence 12:37 4989) 65

11 1975

633 15287 5749 123 15217 3897 131 Saratoga

8126 5899 63 895 17 4194 6016 9638 4987 157 9333 5132 185 Schenectady 4617 4041 213 138

3527 3614 4903 8711

103 4:74 8829

117 Schoharie. 3367 4310 10 131 2 3327

3217 3838 4203

3819 4231

49 Schuyler,

2313 1622

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1249 1985 2692 1619 3: 2680

1626 48 Seneca. 8150 3134 13 901 7 2723

8010 3853
3213 51 8803

3280

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106.39 753 114 888 16 5189 7919 12878 7971 118 12171 8056 176 Suffolk

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5442 48 440 11 8296 5830, 9388 8872

867 9235 3947

428 Sullivan 3900 3325 22 96 2 3008 3474 4589 8073 86 4556

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81 Tioga. 4110 29:26 15 265 2 1670

3133 4819
2821 40 4816 2837

48 Toinpkins

4516 8094 20 441 23 2044 3321 5342 8506 103 5233 8546 120 Ulster.

10678
9174
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8 93 0
7903 11100

8140 113 11061 8291 135 Warren.

4053

2950 38 187 9 2100 3529 4685 2269 09 4631 2314 73 Washington

7117

3400 27 409 11 1699 4138 8139 3239 133 8046 3306 151 Wayne... 6919 4280 16 311 16 2574 4805 8039 4234

7956 4331 91 Westchester

16653 15010 637 254 51 12997 13371' 19337) 11752 643 18794 12102 890 Wyoming.

4522 2794

268 4 1255 2005 4967 2706 67 4930 2708 76 Yates .

3189 1785 16 193 8 1861 2484 3370 2006 30 3364 2090 88 Totals

6617071613921 23864 18383 2103 554680 493791 8198:8 551369 18950 787516 574524 26698 Plurality... 17786

60889 Perceutige

49.121 47.771 1 60 1.30 15 50931 4534 The vote for Lieutenant Governor was : Tin.othy L. Woodruff, R., 653,879; Elliot Danforth, D., 641,218; Leander Armstrong, Soc.-L., 24,001; John A. Savles. Pro., 19.-79; Thomas M. Osborne, C. U., 3,800.

Secret ry of State: John T. McDonough, R., (56 000; Geo. W. Batten, D., 640,161; Philip Jackson, Soc.-L., 25,095; H. W. Wilbur, P10.,20,538: Oreu F. Wilson, C.U. 2,932; defective, 12,275. LcDonough over Batten, 15,839.

Comptrollr: Willia'nı J. Morgau, R., 633,861; Edward S. At water, D., 612,898 ; Max Firker, Soc. L., 24,912; Chas. Mills, Pro., 20,189; Thes. E. Kinney, C.1'., 2.990; defective, 12,189. Morgan over Atwater, i0,684

State Treasurer: Joh' P. Jaeckel, R., 652,857: Elliott is. Norris, D.. 644,193; Joseph Smith, Soc.-L..24,875; Dewitt Hooker, Pro., 20,201: Edward H. Tichener, C.U., 2.621 ; defecti'e. 12 326. Jaeckel over Norris, 8,664.

Attorney (en ral: John Davies, R., 651,167; Thos. F. Conway, D., 611,691; ('has. H. Canegan, Soc. L., 25,346; S. Mead Wing, Pro., 20,116; Frel'k W.Hinrichs, 1.0.,3,112; blank, 12,270. Davies o er Conway, 12,476.

State Engineer and Surveyor: Edd A. Bond, R.,653,114; Martin Schenck, D., 613,432; J. H. Morris, Soc.-L., 24,858; A. W. Pierson, Pro., 20,227; Geo. E. Waring, Jr., C. U., 2,231; blank, 12, 82. Boud over Schenck, 9,862

For Supreme Court Justices in the Second district: A. F. Jenks, D., 169,436; Josiah T. Marean, D., 169,253; Frederick A. Ward, R., 153,126; Jesse Johuson, R., 154,25+.

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Alabama.. 1891 Gov..l 110895

83383

Nebraska .... 1896 Pres. 115774 93064 12885 1143 1896 Pres 107137 51737 2 1089 2147

1896, Gov.. 3557 94723 0110115 1898 Gov.. 111936 52164

1898 Gov.. 1724 92982 095703
Arizona 1896 Cong.
6065 4090 3896

1894 Gov.. 710 3887
1568 Cong.
8212 7881

1896 Pres. g7256 1938 546 Arkansas... 1896 Pres. 110103 37512

839
1898 Gov.. 2060

5518 833 18370 1-96 Gov.. 91111 85836 13990 New Hamp... 1196 Pres. 21271 57444 379 825 1898 Gov.. 75362 27524 8332 679

1896 Gov..

48387

102 California 1898 Gov.. 129261 146951 15143 4297

1898 Gov.. 85053 44730 104
1896 Pres. 141766 116588
2573 New Jersey.. 1895 Gov 136000 162000

6661 Colorado. 1895 Gov. 8337 93198 78894 4250

1896 I 'res. 133675 221367 16378 5612 1896 Pres 158880 26279 2989 1124

1898 Gov.. 158552 164051 491 6893 1898 Gov.. 191274 51 880

New Mexico.. 1896 Cong. 18918 17017 Connecticut... 1894 Gov 66287 83375 1516 2310

1898 (ong. 16659 18722 1896 Pres. 56740 110285 f 13 6 1806 New York... 18.14 Gov.. 517710 673813 11049 23725 1896 Gov.. 56521 108804 f5579 1816

1896 Pres. 551513 819838 f18972 10075 1898 Gov.. 64227 81015 12866 1160

1896 Gov.. 574524 787516 26698 17449 Delaware..... 1894 Gov.. 18491 19789

8 581
1897 (t. Ap 554680 493791

19381 1896 Pres. 16679 20152 1969 356

1898 Gov 643921 661707 123 60 18383 1898 Treas 14811 17519

No. Carolina. 1896 Pres , 0174488 155222 f578 Florida ..... 1896 Pres. 30660 11.88 $1778

65+

1896 Gov.. 145216 154212 30332 1896 Gov 27172 8280

5270

1898 Su. Ct 177449 a159511 1838s.Tr. 207881 8999

No. Dakota. . 1896 Pres. 20686 26335 Georgia....... 1896 Pres. 91232 60091 f2788 5593

1898 Gov.. h 19620 27087 1896 Gov.. 123557

84971

Ohio. ...... 1895 Gov 331519 427141 52675 21964 1898 Gov.. 118557 51580

1896 Pres. 474882 525991 f1831 5000 Idaho...... 1691 Gov.. 7057 10208 7121 205

1897 Gov.. 401750 429915 1896 Pres. 23135 0314

172

1898 S.Sec. 3070.4408213 c5793 1896 Gov.. 22096 6111

Oklahoma ... 1896 Cong. 27135 26267 1898 Gov k19107 13749 5371 1175

1898 Cong.h19088 28456 1209 Illinois.... 1896 Pres. 1465613 607.30 $6390 10611 Oregon. 1894 Gov.. 17498 41034 26033 1896 Gov.. 1474270 557587 18100 14582

1896 Pres. k46739 48779 1977 919 1898 S.Tr. 405190 445940 789311753

1898 Sec... 135371 42762

2341 Indiana.... 1896 Pres. «305573 223754 12145 5323 Pennsylvania !895 Treas 282481 456745 17802 20077 1896 Gov 294855 321032 8525

1896 Pres. 427125 728300 6103 11000 1898 S. Secl 269125 286643 5867

9961

1896 Cong. 441818 711246 7482 Iowa.. 1896 Pres 223741 289293 94516 3192

1897 Aud.. 268341 412652

50876 1897 Gov.. 194511 2.4501 5269 8357

1898 Gov..3522:22 475600 2181537 ct975 189. S. Secl 173000 236021 3472 7559 Rhode Island 1896 Gov.. 13675 24309 Kansas 1895 Su. Ct 6-12888 121272

1896 Pres 14159 37437 f1166 1160 1836 Hres . 171675 159345

1898 Gov.. 13224 24743 c2877 2012 1896 Gov..«168041 160530

So. Carolina. 1896 Pres. 58801 9313 1858 Gov..0133983 149048

1890 Gov.. 59124 7212 Kentucky.... 1895 Gov.. 1635.24 172 136 16911 41861

1898 Gov.. +28159 1896 Pres 217890 218171 15114 4781 So. Dakota... 1894 Gov.. 8756 40381 20563 1011 * 1898 C.C.A 187182 169678 7274 m9362

1896 Pres. 41225 41042 12500 Louisiana 1892 Gov.. e 16739 40135 8502

1898 Gov..

36949

87319 891 1896 Pres 77175 2:20:37

Tennessee.. 1894 Gov.. 101356 105104 1896 60V.. 116216 a 90138

1896 Pres. 164142 149408

S140 1898 Cong. 27629 5496

1898 Gov.. 105610 72611 1722 Maine

1896 Pres. 32300 80161 2386 , 1866 Texas . 1894 Gov..) 207167 59546 152731 2196 1896 Gov., 31387 82761 3332

2661

1896 I 'res. 281298 158894 76926 f4853 1898 Gov.. 29497 51266 662 2335

1898 Gov.. 2350.4

132318 Maryland..... 1895 Gov.. 106169 121936 989 7719/ Utah

1896 Pres 61535 13461 2202 51331 1896 Pres . | 101735 13695912507 5918

188| Cong. 35256 29631 2878
1897 Comp 111001 121173
6096 Vermont 1896 Pres. 10179 51127 $1331

731 1 98 Comp 121173 114061

1896 Gov.. 14855 53426

831 Massachus'tts 1896 Pres. 90530 278976 15181, 11749

1898 Gov 14686 88555

1073 1897 Gov.. 79502 165095 4918 Virginia ... 18:14Cong. 113439 88816

10330

1735 1898'Gov 107900 191146

4731

1896 Pres 154981 135388 82127 8311 Michigan...... 1896 Pres. 237251 293327 16921 4973

1097|Gov.. 109655 56840
1896 Gov.. 221022 301431
Washington . 1894 Cong. 14160 34812)

909 1898 Gov.. 168142 213239

1896] Pres. 051646 39153 716681 Minnesota .... 1896 Pres 139735 193501 53203 4343

1898 Gov.. h50849 38151
1898 Gov.. 1132924 111625
5200 W. Virginia.. 1894M. C. 76146 896051

3018

513 Mississippi.... 1896 Pres. 55933 4819

7320 f1021

1896 Pres. 92127) 104414 1678 1223 1896'Cong. 50006 4398 11098 Wisconsin.... 1894 Gov. 142250 196150 2604 11210 Missouri.... 1096 Pres. 863667 301940 52355 2462

1896 Pres. 1165523 268135 14584 7509 1896 Gov.. 351062 307729

1898 Gov. 185853 173137 1898 J S.C. 2-570 255 128 9937 Wyoming.... 1891 Gov.. 6965 10149 2176 Montana.. 1831 Cong. 10369 23140 15230 519

1896 Pres 10375 10072 486 159 1896 Pres. 42637 10194 186

1806 Cong.

10310

10014 1898 Cong. 23.351 14 20 11007

1898 Gov.. 89891 103831 431

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a Combined Republicans and Populists. b Combined Independents and Free Silver. c United Labor d Combined Democrats and Populista, e The candidate of the anti-Lottery Democrats was elected by a vote of 79,270. J National Democratie. g Free Silrer and Democratic Fusion. A Fusion. i Middle Road People's Party. k People's, Democratic and Free Silver Republicans. 7 Socalist-1.abor. m National Dem.

* Clerk Court of Appeals. + Only one candidate.

VOTE FOR PRESIDENT, 1884, 1888, 1892, 1896.
POPULAR VOTE, 1896.

EL. VOTE, '92.

POPULAR VOTE, 1892.

EL. VOTE

1588.

1884,

States.

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138,138 9.197 239

87.834 46,974 118
118,151 118.027 8,096

38,620 1,687
82,595

77,025 4,025
18,578 18.077 571
30,184

561
129,361 48,805 988

2 8,599 288
426,294 399,258 25,870
262,817 255 615 13,050
196,458 219,688 6,840

157,237 4,553
175,461 135,441 6,442
87,622 13,282
48.044 62,871 3,062
113.866 92.736 5,877
176.813 202.814 7,539
202, 296 222.708 14,609
100,579 122.736 14,017

40,237 1 406 910
268,628 226,824 4,298
17,581 18.051 519
24,943
87,213

4.902
714 2.811 89
42,081 45,658 1,296
171 042 156,068 8.131
654,908 609,350 38.190
132,951 100.312 2,630

17,519 897
404,113 405,187 26.007

14,243 35.002 2,281
452, 264 516.011 25,123

24,336 26,975 1,654
54.698 13,384

9,081 34,825
136,477 99,973 4.856
239,148 81,144 2,165

85,181 '117,320 56,197 93,951 59.591
11,831 85,962 58,752 72,927 50.895
25,311 117,729 124,816 89,288 102,416
53,581 37.567

50,774 27.723 36,290
805) 74,920 74.584 67,199 65,923

13 16,416 12,973 16,964 12,951
4.793 39,561 26,657 31.766 28,031
42,939 100,499 40,196 94,667 48,603
10,520
22,207

348.272 270,473 312,355 337,474
22, 208 261,013 263,36;

238,480
20,568 179,877 211.598 177,316 197,089
163,111 102,745 182,904 90.132 151,406
23.500 183.800 155, 134 152,961 118,122
13.332 85,032 30,701 6.0 540 46,347
2,38!

50, 481 73,734 51,66 71,716
796 106,168 99,986 96,932

85,699
3,210 151.855 183.892 122,481 116,724
19.892 213,304 236,-07 189,361 192.669
29,279 104,385 112,492 70,141 111,923
10,256 85, 471

30,096

76,510 43,509
41,183 261.934 236,253 235,988 202,929

7331
83,131 80,552 108,425 54,391 76,912
7,264 5,149 7,088 5,578, 7,193

292 43,456 45,728 89.183 43.249

969 151,433 141,314 127.798 123,440
16,429 635,757 648,759 563,154 562,002
44,732 147,902 137,781 142.905 125,068
17,667
14.818 396 455 416,051 362.280 400,082
26 375 26,552 33.291 24.64 26 860
8,714 446,633 526,091 392.785 473,864
228 17,530 21,369

12,391 19.030
2.410 65,825 13 736

69,890

21,733
26.382
23,622

158.779 138,988 143.270 123,160
99,638 234,883 88,422 225,309 13,141

Alabama...
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware.
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana ....
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland....
Massachusts
Michigan ...
Minnesota...
Mississippi
Missouri..
Montana ....
Nebraska
Nevada
N. H'mpshire
New Jersey.
New York
No. Carolina,
No. Dakota..
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
So. Carolina
So. Dakota
Teunessee
Texas
Utah.
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Total

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11 54,737 107,137 6,464 24,089 2,147 37,512 110,103

839 893 8

146,588 123.022 1.730 21.744 2,573 1,046
26,279 158,880
1 2,389 1,724

886
6
110,235 55,7-10 4,336

1,806
3
20,152 16,679 967

856
4
30,660 1,778

2,053 654
13 60.0.1 91,232 2,798 440 5.593
3 6,314 23,135

172
24
607,130
465.613 6,390

9,818 793
15
323,751 303,573 2,145

3,036 2,26.
13
289, 293 223,741 4,516

3.192 252)
10 159,315 126,321 1.209 45,354

2,351 620
12 1
218,171 217.830 5,114

4,781
8 22,037 77,175 1,831
6

80,461 32,300 1,866 2,886 1,589
8
136,950 104.735

2,507

5,918 136
15
278.976) 75,349 11,749 15,181

2,938
14
293,327 237, 254

6,921

4,973 1,995
9
193,503 139,735

4,348
9 4.8:9 55,933 1,021 7,320
17 304,910 363 007 2,357

2,169
10,494

186
103,064

2,885

1,143 797
1.938 7.256

5.16
4
57,411

21,271 3, 420 379 7761 45
10
221,267
133,075 6,373

5,614
36
819,538
651,513
18,978

16,075
11 155, 222
174, 188 578

636 248
3
26,335 20.086

358
525,991 474,882 1,857 2,612 5,068 2,716
4
48,779 46,739 977

9191
32
728,300

427,195 11,000 6,103 19,274 870
4
37, 137 14,459 1,166

1,160 5
9 9,313 58,-01 824
41,0421 41,225

683
12 148,773 163,651 1,951 4.525 3,098

158,894 281,98 4,852 76,926 1,722
3 13,161 64.535 2 3,202
4
51,127 10,179 1.331

461 781
12 135,338 154,985

2,127

2,341
4 39,153 51,616 1,668

068

148
6
104,414 92,127

677

1,203 12 268,135 165,523 4,584

7,503 346 3 10.972 10,375

486 159 271 176 7,102.372 6 23.624 134,182 216,196 131,070 13,960

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43 16,788 45,192 17,331 39,514
163,977 113,255 2.736 12,274 151,977 150,438 145.497 139,356
29,841 36.460 2,553 19,054
84,468 80.252 2,145 4,166

75,558 73.630 67,317 63,096
177,355 170,791 13.132 9,909 155, 232 176,553 146,45) 161,157

8,454 498 7,722 225,554,437 5,175,287 263,705 1,041,134, 5,534,882, 5.438.672 4,923,995 4,850,587

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A RECORD OF EVENTS, 1898.

January

Brooklyn with four million gallons per day and

ine Woodside Waler Co. offers five milione a day. 1. Robert A. Van Wyck assumes office as Mayor

22. Four trolley cars cross the Eas: River Bridge of the consolidated cities of Uw York and Bruuk

ard inaugurate the through transit system.-Mr. Ayn, elu. 2. consolidation relieves the barbers of New York burn by the po.ice on the sue picion that they were

Garrett Kouwenhoven and guests arrested in his from the abigauon to abstain from shaving on

gumiblers. sundays. 3. Confagrution of frame buildings on Cypress acciuen aliy kits by coming in contact wich a

23. Louis Dietz, proprietor of Metropolitan Park, avenue, noar Myrtle.--Mayor Van Wyck senus his

live wire at his holtl. first message to Mun.cipal Assemb.y favoring in

25. Fire in the three story brick tenement house, crease transit facuties, etc.-Panic in Pubiic

566 Flushing avenue; a mother saves her children Schooi 41, Brooklyn, caused by the bursting of a

by throwing them from a third story window.steam boiler.--Tne riuw po.ice board meets.

Later in the morning a fire in the double flat, 8 3. Work begun on the trailey caanges in the New Flushing avenue, imperilling six families.-CoroYork terminal of the East River Bridge.St.

ner's jury tacnerates the cowboy, Herman Hirz, John's P. D. Church, Fort Hamilton, conseura ied.

the s.ayer of his brother-in-law, Otto Diehl, 6. Bicokiyn borough boarus (unstne lu Chat a

26. Banker Ado.ph Kellerman, president of the Presijeni, Elward M. Grout.-George Fruh, the

Consolidated Banking Excharge Co. of Browreabscontent contractor, lodged in jail.

ville, disappears with $10,000 of the depositors' 7. Comptroler Coler discharges 24 employes in

muney. Brooklyn's financial department.--Dr. Cornelius L.

27. Health Board headquarters of Queens Bor. Hudg.and increases his benefaction to Hoag.anu

ough transferred from old Lung Island City to Laboratory by assigning to it a mortgage on E.

Jamaica.-Removal of the oid Lefferts Park inanu. real estate for $24,000.

sion begun.-President McKinley Epeaks at the 8. Ann.versary of battle of New Orleans cele.

banquet of the National Association of Manubrated.-Luke J. Connorton of Flushing appointed facturers in favor of sourd money. city magistrale.

28. Ear.y morning aitempt to fire the four story 9. Church of Christ (Scientist), on Park place, tenement house, 9 and 11 Vostrand av. Brookiyn, delicated.

29. Miss Edna May Chase, school teacher in Wil10. Funeral of

Mrs.
May E. Storrs.-Mrs

son

sirt et cnoolBrook.yn, commits suicide, Augusta Vack, seif confessed accom palce wiu

Slight fire in the Brooklyn Academy of Music dur. Martin Thorn in the murder of Wm. Guldensuppe ing performance of "The Geisha." is sentenced to 15 years imprisonment in Auburn 31. Ships blown ashore.-R. J. Sutherland, Coney prison for women.--County Judge Hurd sustains Is and liquor dealer, indicted for non-payment the indictments for grand larceny against Coroners of internal revenue tax. Wason and Coombs.

February. 1. Mayor Van Wyck's first veto, refusal to let the quarters vacatel by the Register to be giver 1. Travel on Long Island blocked by snow.-Fire

about 1:5 1. M. damages the paint faciory of H. to the Vational Historical Museum.-Hamiltor

W. Johre & Co., foot of Thirty-ninth st., BrookClub dinner in honor of the birthday of Alexander Humilton.

yn, $10.000. 12. Ferryboats Winona and Columbia comide in

2. Henry Albury, a leprosy patient, treated for a fog in the East River-higa Paulsen recolars

four years in the Kingston Avenue Hospital, dies $7,500 against the Nassau Electric Railroad.-An of the malady.--Fire at 24 and 25 South st., Jan. nouncement that the Ergilsh mengaden fishing hattan, caue es $40,000 damage.-Cachier Quinlan o:

the Chemical Vational Bank, Manhattan, resigns syndicate will make Greenport its headquarters. 14. George W. Palmer and E. L. Lanferd ap

in consequence of loaning $393,000 of bank funds in pointed receivers of the Brooklyn and Brightor

insufficient securities. Beach R. R. (O.--Mrs.

3. HanJs in Thomas & Co.'s choe factory, South Anna Meibol rever: $5,000 against Druggist Timmerman for death of

Fifth st., eirike. her husband oa usel by oxalic acid sold by m.stake

4. Brook yn police salaries badly cut.-Cruiser for Carlsbaul salis.--Six emp.oyes of the former

Brooklyn sails for Southern waters. assessment department of Brooklyn dismissel.

5. Suspicious fire breaks out at 4 A, M. in the Ganeral Wm. Booth of the Salvation Army arrives

building, 206 North Fifth st., occupied by manuand is reconciled to his son-in-law.-Park Commis.

facturing tailors.--Bridge Commissioner Shea enSioner Biuwer asks $366, 180 for ma.ntenance of

joined from interfering with the work of placing

the parks in Brookıya and Queens.--Bridge Commis

pneumatic mail tubes.-Mormon conference, s.oner Shea suspends work on pneumatic tube.

composed of elders from tne Southern Stales, held

at 255 Court 1. 16. Excise law rigidly enfore:1 in Brooklyn. 6. Early morning raid by Capt. Short's police Dast Meadow M. E. Church dedicated

on alleged gambling resort on top floor of 4.3 17. John Matthews kils his wife, his two chil Broadway and arrest of 27 members of the Irving dren and himself at 426 Columbus av, Manhattan. Social Club.-Hopkins Street German Evangelical Corona, L. I., Desi cffice wrecked by dynamie ard Presbyterian Church celebrates its 25th annaie.. rubbed.- Women's Club petitions Mayor Van Wyck sary. to reappoint women members of the Brooklyn 7. Mrs. Martha Place murders her stepBoard of Education.-Fire Marshal Gray takes

daugnter, lda Mildred Place, ard attempts to forcible possession of Fire Marshal Brymar's murder her husband at 598 Hancock St. in li.e oilice.-Otto Dichl shot dead by his brother-in-law,

evening.--Three thousand East Side trousers Herman Hinz, a Western coubiy, at 24 Morgan av. makers go on strike.

18. Mayor Van Wyck removes the new East 8. Mutilated body of a laborer found by a Long
River Bridge commission and appoin's succesore. Island Ferry hand in the East River with part
-Speech of Hon. Wm. C. De Witt before the Bar of the face removed.
Associaticn en

the future, etc., of New York 9. Fog in the morning causes a number of coi. since consol.dation,

lisions on the river and in the harbor; also be29. Mayor

Van Wyck calle the consolidation tween two elevated R. R. trains on Third av. charger a blunder and eays those who framed it line, Manhattan, did not know what they were doing.--Hebrew Or 10. Will of the late Idrian M. Suydam declared phan ball at the Academy of Music.

valid against the contestants - Reception and in20 Investigation begun as to alleged irregulari- stalla:ion of officers of Brooklyn South District of ties at the Marine Barracks or the Brooklyn Navy the Epworth League at Brooklyn Academy Yard-Fire Commissioner Scannell declares that Music.--Corporal Tanner speaks before U. the

Brook yn Firemen's Belirroient 16ociation Grant Post, G. A. R., against the publication of and the Firemen's Mutual Benefit Association the pension lists.

Manhattan must be abolisheu as dr.niental to 12. A whole block in Nassau st., between Ann the service.--Seventeen hydrant inspectors dis and Beekman, in Manhattan, wiped out by fire. miebed. - New quarters of the People's Bank al 12. Birthday anniversary of Abraham Lincoln. Brvadway and Greene a venue opened.

James W. Vaughton, Superintendent of Balla21. Aitempt to burn down the frame tenement, 90 ings, stricken with a poplexy while at dinner, Tompkins avenue.- Deputy Sewer Commissioner dies a few hours later. Quinn demands the recigrations of eleven in 24. Work of selecting a squad of giant police spectors and four clerks in his department.--Ja for Brooklyn started by Ohiet McCullagh.-Metmaica Towrship Water Company offers to furnish ropolitan Street R. R. stock suddenly drops from

offserved.

A RECORD OF EVENTS, 1898 – February-Continued, 171 to 157.-First Brigade disbanded and First and tenced to be executed for the murder of Wm. Fifth organized in its place.-334,000 valentines Guldensuppe, filed in the Court of Appeals.--Edma iled.

ward Croker, of Manhattan Fire Department, 15. State Board of Health's report regarding the made acting deputy chief for heroic conduct in foul condition of Newtown Creek caused by nuis- caving life at the Bowery Mission fire.-Peter ances on its banks received by the Governor. Gerstel, alias "Dutch Pete," charged with the

16. Great excitement in Manhattan on receipt of murder of George Steiz, discharged. Ground the news that the battleship Maine had been broken for

the

new Immanuel Congregational blown up in Havana Harbor, at 9:45 P. M. the Chapel on Decatur st.–Military carnival at Madiprevious day, by means of some torpedo mine or son Square Garden ovens, infernal machine.-Five different trolley lines 15. Mayor Van Wyck declares the Shore Road send cars over the East River bridge.-Ex-Minis- Board abolished.-Wm. J. Koerner sentenced to ter De Lome sails for Spain.

life imprisonment in Sing Sing for the murder 17. Ex-Police Commissioner Welles disappears

of his sweetheart, Rosie Redgate, on September and some days later is ascertained to have com

23, 1896. mitted suicide at Grenwood Lake, V. J.

17. Prince Albert Leopold of Belgium visits

Brooklyn Navy Yard.--St. Patrick's day well ob18. Vizcaya, Spanish warship, drops anchor Sandy Hook,-Lawyer Spencer moves before Justice Gaynor to have Bridge Commissioner Shea

18. Lawyer Lafayette Beckley shot in his office punished for contempt of Justice Maddox's order nold.-Large meeting of the Grand Street Board

at 132 Nassau st., New York, by Mrs. Dora Arprohibiting him from interfering with the ay- of Trade in opposition to the proposed diversion of ins of pneumatic tube on the East River Bridge.

Grand st. at Union av. to the site of the new 19. Knickerbooker Telegraph and Telephone East River Bridge terminal. Company of NCP York Ci.y noorporated.-Ships delayed by fog.-The Spanish warship Vizcaya fogtan, amounting to $100,000, wiped out.

20. Debt of St. Andrew's M. E. Church, Manhatbound outside the harbor.--Chief Engineer KI 21. Mrs. Maria Henry, widow of Charles W. foyle of the Long Island State Hospital bus Henry, who was murdered mysteriously in his pended under charge of waste and neglect.

home in South Portland place, in 1895, appears as 21. Almost a panic in Wall street owing to plaintiff against her son, William S. Henry, whom news of the blowing up of the Maine. -Seeley she charges with defrauding her out of $20,000 of dinner indictments dismissed "in the interests of the estate. morality."

22. The Aldermen vote down the resolution to 23. Ash Wednesday; Lent begun.-Women's appropriate $50,000 to Charter day celebration.Christian Temperance Union celebrate the 25th an- Order issued organizing the Third Brigade Sepniversary of their organization.

arate Co.'s., N. G. S. N. Y., into battalions.-Fer24 Newtown and Fushing Canal Company in- ryboat Nevada the oldest on the Roosevelt Street corporated.

Ferry route, sold at auction to satisfy a claim.25. PUI introduced in the Legislature to appro- Joseph McKenna, chief clerk of the old Long Islpriate $35,000 for internal fittings for the Forty- and City Water Department, arrested on charge seventh Regiment Armory. -Piilsbury-Showalter of misappropriation.-All-railroad bridge bill passbig chess championship match begun.--Charles J. ed in Assembly. Haubert of the Twenty-seventh Ward of Brook 23. The former Commissioners of the new East lyn appointed U. S. Marshal.

River Bridge are authorized by Attorney General 26. dose of sale of Charles A. Dana's collec-Hancock to bring suit to test the title of the new tion of paintings and ceramics.-Brook yn Wom-Commissioners.-Meeting of representatives of vaen's Cub celebrate its 29th anniversary.

rious societies at the residence of General and 28. Emil Guizman, diamond broker, shot Mrs. C. A. Barnes in furtherance of the effort to dead in the afternon in E. 59;h st., Manhattan, build the monument of the prison ship martyrs.by Nich. W. Pontues.-Mrs. Annie Weibel, through

Brooklyn Club dines the judiciary of the district, grief for death of her husband, commits suicide. --Benefit for Mollie Fancher in Plymouth Church

a big success.-Illicit still raided in a cow stable March.

at 347 Johnson avenue. 1. Justice Neu refuses to preside in Justice Fur

24. Grand Jury indicts on various charges of gueson's court at Coney Island in acoordance with misdemeanor and malfeasance in office the fol

lowing: charter provision for rotation of justices of Mu

Theodore B. Willis, former City Works nicipal Court on the ground of its unconstitution. Phillips, Police Commissioner of New York and

Commissioner, jointly with Phillips; William A. ality.

2. Reception to Pendita Ramabai by Rev. Dr. Lormerly chairman of the Republican organizaand Mrs. Lyman Abbott.

tion, jointly with Willis; Robert W. Fielding, 4. Police Commissioners York, Sexton, Hamilton indictments; oscar Knapp, former Water Purvey

former Deputy City Works Commissioner, three and Phillips and Chief McCullagh inspect Queens Borough police at Long leland City.-Telephone or, three indictments; Frederick Milne, inspector central service office at 559 Fifth av., South dictments; A. L. Jansen, bond clerk in the Comp

in the old City Works Departments, three inBrooklyn, burned down,-Birthday of Robert Emmet, the Irish patriot, celebrated by Irish societies

troller's office; Alderman William Leaycraft; Alat Arian Hall, Brooklyn.

derman Joseph R. Clarke, formerly President of 7. Edward B. Coombs, ex-coroner, placed on trial

the Brooklyn Common Council; William H. Goff, before Justice Keogh, charged with presenting

Superintendent of Sewers. fraudulent bills for audit.-The Grand Jury hears

25. Newtown Creek Land Co. incorporated.-New

pier head line established by United witnesses in regard to the ecandals in the City

States Works Department.-A. S. Draper, president of the Harbor Commission adopted for Brooklyn water Ilinois University, elected general superintendent front. --Troop C, National Guard Cavalry, inspectof education of New York City.

ed by Maj.-Gen. Roe 8. Grant of $100,000 by New York Municipal

28. High pressure work at the Navy Yard in anCouncil for street lighting in Brooklyn.-Fire in the ticipation of war with Spain,

29. Andrew Bossert on entering by mistake for residence of George H. Chinnock, 199 Gates av.,

his own destroys valuable paintings and other property to

the house, 171 Stanhope st., Brooklyn, the extent of $15,000 and over.

next door to his own, at 1:30 A, M., is shot dead 9. Early morning burglary at Gilbert's furnishing by Martin Hans. -Brooklyn Board of Education store, 527 Fulcon st; nearly $2,000 worth of goods grants request of teachers to make Easter week a car ed off. Fog cauees collisions on the river

vacation. during the morning.–Five of the survivors of the

30. Ex-City Works Commissioner Wil'is and Police

before Maine's crew arrive at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Commisioner Philips arraigned

County „Will of Jane Cunningham in favor of St. Mary's Judge A spina'il.-Forty-three bridge railroad hands Hospital set aside.

discharged.--Coney Is and and Brooklyn Ral road 11. Body of 3 year old girl found March 10 at

Co. foiled in attempt by night to lay tracks across Rockville Centre, identified as that of Annie

Coney Island concourse daughter of Hilda Peterson, an unmarried woman,

31. Cranford water syndicate puts up cash for who is arrested on charge of strangling the child.

its options in Suffolk Co. streams and ponds. 12. Third attempt to fire the tenement house, 246

April. Sixth st., Brooklyn.

13. Early morning fire and loss of life at the 1. Cave-in at the excavation for new East River Bowery Mission. Manhattan.

Bridge at foot of South Fifth st Brooklyn. 14. Appeal of Martin Thorn, convicted and sen 2. Mrg, Leonora Faulkner, who with Matthew

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