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Rochester.

Fonda.

New York city

Lockport.

Utica.

Syracuse.

Canandaigua.

Goshen.

Albion.

Oswego-

Cooperstown.

Carmel.

Jamaica.

Troy.

Richmond.

New City.

Canton."

Ballston Spa.

Schenectady.

Schoharie.

Watkins.

Ovid.

Bath.

Riverhead.

Monticello.

Owego.

Ithaca.

Kingston.

Lake George.

Arsyle.

Lvons.

White Plains.

Warsaw.

Penn Yan.


Chautauqua ,,
Jefferson






Cattaraugus. ..




St. Lawrence ..


Chautauqua....
Chemung


Washington....
Albany


Cortland


Sheriffs.

John W. Hart


Albany.

Belmont.

Binghamton.

Little Valley.

Auburn.

Mayville.

Elmira.

Norwich.

Plattsburgh.

Hudson.

Cortland.

Delhi.

Poughkeepsie

Buffalo.

Elizabetht'wn

Malone.

Johnstown.

Batavia.

Catskill.

Hope Centre.

Herkimer.

Watertown.

Brooklyn.

Lowville.

Geneseo.

Morrisville.

Rochester.

Fonda.

New York city

Lockport.

Utica.

Syracuse.

Canandaigua.

Goshen.

Albion.

Oswego.

Cooperstown.

Carmel.

Jamaica.

Troy.

Richmond.

New City.

Canton.

Ballston Spa.

Schenectady.

Schoharie.

Wafkins.

Ovid.

Bath.

Biverhead.

Monticello.

Owego.

Ithaca.

Kingston.

Lake George.


Dutchess „




Alfred B. Bradley...






Cattaraugus....


Adelbert E. Darrow.
Reuben J. Mvers
Clarence H. Lake ...




Fulton


Chautauqua


Genesee




John Robb


Jefferson


Wales Parsons


Arthur T. Smith
0. Degrasse Green ..
JohnM. Ranken

Mark J. Bunnell
Chas. W. Stapleton,
Maurice Levden

Alonzo E. Hall

James A. Flack
John A. Merritt
M. Jesse Bravton ...
J. Emmett Wells ...
Martin H. Smith ...
Robert B. Hock
George A. Newell...
Jno. H. Oliphant...
Geo. Van Horn ......

Edward C. Weeks..
John H. Sutphin . ..
Shepard Tappen ,
C. A. Hart




Chas. W. Hinsdale.
Q. S. Van Hoesen..

Daniel Franklin

Chas. W. Belding...
Frank T. Gilbert .,,


Dutchess




Erie








Lyman J. Folsom...

John E. Leavitt

Joseph H. Robson..


Montgomery ...


Fulton










Caleb R. Carpenter-


James M Felt ..


Chas. B.Farley

Israel Mullin

Henry S. Gilbert ....
Chas. K Underwood
John W. Hannan ...

Geo. W. Batten

Thos. R. O'Neill
Robert H. Wheeler..
Henry P. Clausan...
Sullivan E. Howard
Alfred N. Beadle
Olcott McCredy ,..
Jeremiah W. Hazen
Jno. I. Mitchell


Orleans




Montgomery ..


Otsego


Putnam




St. Lawrence .

Schenectady ...
Schoharie


Cyrus M. Crum
Wm. K. Remington
Seth Whaleri




Thomas Yelverton.
Seymour Boughton..
A. C. Woodward....
Chauncey L. Becker
* James A. Drake...
Holmes W.Sweezev
G. W. Rockwell. Jr
John J. Van Kleeck
P. J. Partenheimer

Wm. H. Van Cott...

Chas. W. Tavlor

Byron Thomas

Jas. F. D. Crane
Edward M. Jennings
Edward Kendall




Orleans


Steuben

Suffolk




Putnam




Tioga


Jno. J. Vaughn, Jr
Wm. H. Thompson


Tompkins


St. Lawrence ..


Warren


Seth L. Clute

David H . Osterhout


Washington. ..


Schenectady ...


Westchester ...




Henry Baldwin

Henry W. Halsey...

Charles Rodman

J. Warren Tinbetts-




]
Kings


Suffolk

Tompkins

Ulster


Registers of Deeds.

Wm. H. Murtha
.John Reilly


Brooklyn.
New York city
Mt. Kisco.


New York

Westchester....

* Appointed
Jacob H. Lansl






Oeorge F. Bryant...


* Appointed 1
H. Harmon, re


>y Governor, Dec. 29,
signed.


1885, vice Wm.


>y Governor Novemb
ng, deceased.


er 12, 1885, vice



122



£ vexing Journal Almanac, 1886.



District Attorneys.



County.



Name.



Albany _ ~~....

Allegany

Broome

Cattaraugus

Cayuga

Chaut.tuqua —

Chemung

Chenango „

Clinton

Columbia ...

Cortland

Delaware

Dutchess

Erie*

Essex

Franklin

Fulton

Genesee

Greene

Hamilton

Herkimer _

Jefferson

Kings

Lewis

Livingston'

Madison

i Monroe

Montgomery...

New York

Niagara

Oneida

Onondaga

Ontario

Orange

Orleans

Oswego

Otsego

Putnam

Queens

Rensselaer

Richmond

Rockland

St. Lawrence..

Saratoga

Schenectady ...

Schoharie

Schuyler

Seneca

Steuben

Suffolk

Sullivan

Tioga

Tompkins

Ulster

Warren

Washington

Wayne

Westchester ...

Wvoming

Yates



D. Cady Herrick

Oscar A. Fuller

George B. Curtiss...

George M. Rider

R. L. Drummond ..
Arthur B. Ottaway.
John B. Stanchrield
George A. Haven ...
"Wilmer H. Dunn ...
Aaron B. Gardenier
Horace L. Bronson
Sam'l IT. Farnham..

John Hackett

Edward W. Hatch..
Robert Dornburgh.
Henry G. Kilburn.
Clayton M. Parke...

Safford E. North

Augustus Sherman
James H. Brownell
Eugene E. Sheldon
Edgar C. Emerson,
.las. P. Ridgeway...

T. Miller Reed

G"o. W. Daggett

Edgar N. "Wilson ...
Joseph W. Taylor..

Henry Y. Borst

Randolph B.Martiue
Eugene M. Ashley..
Wm. A. Matteson..

Ceylon H. Lewis

Oliver C. Armstrong

Russell Headly

Clark D. Knapp

Sheldon B. Mead....

C. L. Barbour

Abram J. Miller ....

John Fleming

La Mott W. Rhodes
George Gallagher...
Abram A.Demarest

Lewis C. Lang

John Foley

J. T. Schoolcraft...

Geo. H. Hiller

Waldo F. Bishop

Corydon Rood

Irvin W. Near

Wilinot M. Smith...

Wm. W. Smith

John 3. Sears

Clarence L. Smith „
Alph.T. Clearwater
Chas. R. Patterson.

Edgar Hull

Chas. H. Ray

Nelson II. Baker

Eugene M. Bartlett
A. C. Harwick



Residence.



Albany.

Belmont.

Bingham ton.

Ellicottville.

Auburn.

West field.

Elmira.

Afton.

Champlain.

Yalatie.

Cortland.

Walton.

Poughkeepsie

Buffalo.

Ticonderoga.

Malone.

Gloversville.

Batavia.

Coxsackie.

Hope Centre.

Little Falls.

Watertown.

Brooklyn.

Low vi lie.

Nunda.

Cazenovia.

Rochester.

Fort Plain.

New York city

Lockport.

Utica.

Syracuse.

Canandaigua.

Newburgh.

Albion.

Fulton.

Schenevus.

Brewsters.

Jamaica.

Trov.

W. N.Bri'ton.

Nyack.

Brasher Falls.

Saratoga Spg"s

Schenectadv.

Cobleskill.

Watkins.

Waterloo.

Hornellsville.

Patchogue.

Woodbourne .

Owego.

Ithaca.

Kingston.

Glens Falls.

Fort Edward.

Lyons.

Sing Sing.

Warsaw.

Penn Yan.



County Treasurers — Continued.



County Treasurers.



Albany _ I John Battersby.



Alletrany Dan'l D. Gardener.

Broome John A. Rider

Cattaraugus ... Henry: 0. Wait

Cayuga Horace T. Cook

Chautauqua Willis D. Leet. .......

Chemung J. L. McDowell

Chenango Wm. II. Stewart...

Clinton John M. Weaver...

Columbia Chester Miller ,

Cortland.' „ James B. Kellogg ..

Delaware Minor Sti'son

Inuchess floarge W. Chase..

Erie- I John Esser. ......



Albany.

Angelica.

Bingham ton.

Salamanca.

Auburn.

Mayville.

Elmira.

Norwich.

Pittsburgh.

Hudson.

Cortland.

Delhi.

Pawling.

Buffalo.



County.


Name.


Residence.


Essex

Franklin


Daniel F. Payne .. ..
Fred'k 1). Kilburn..
Henry W. Potter....

Frederick Hill


Elizabethto'n.
Malone.


Fulton

Genesee

Greene


Johnstown.

Batavia.

Catskill.




Peter Harris


Northville.f

Mohawk.

Watertown.


Herkimer

JerTerson

Kings


AlansonD. Seaver..
Henry II. Adams ..

William A. Brodie.

Gardner Morse

Alex. Me Yean

Edward W. Smith..
Henry B. Laidlaw*

John R. Edwards...
Edward Y. Baker...
E. Chapin Church.
James Williams. ..


Lewis




Livingston


Geneseo.


Monroe


Rochester.


Montgomery . .

New York

Niagara


Fort Plain.
New York city
Lockport.


Oneida


Utica.




Syracuse.

Canandaigua.

Goshen.

Albion.

Oswego.


Orange


Otsego


Edwin S. Bundy. ..
Hlllver Rvder


Cooperstown.


Putnam


Carmel.


Queens


Elbert Hegeman ....
Franklin P. Harder
James Tullv


Long Is. City.




Troy.
Richmond.




Daniel D. Demarest
Arnold E. Smith. ..
S. C. Medberv

James Lawyer

J. Hobart Drake....
JonathanD.Thomas
S. -Smith Fairchild.
J. Henry Perkins...

Chas. F. Parmele....
Geo. H. Northrup..
John Derronbacher
Albert H. Thomas.

A. F. Sheldon

David Cromwell

Simeon D. Lewis...
J. Henry Smith


Nvack.


St. Lawrence.

Saratoga

Schenectady ...


Ogdensburgh.
Ballston Spa.
Schenec*ady.
Schoharie.
Watkins.


Seneca

Steuben


Ovid.
Bath.


Suffolk

Sullivan


Riverhead.
Monticello.


Tioga


Owego.


Ulster

Warren


Ithaca,
lion dout.
Warrensbur'h




Salem.
Lvons.


Westchester ...
Wvoming


White Plains.
Warsaw.
Penn Yan.







Clerks of Boards of Snpervisors.§



Albany

Allegany

Broome

Cattaraugus

Cayuga

Chautauqua.
Chemung ....

Chenango

Clinton

Columbia

Cortland

Delaware

Dutchess

Erie

Essex

Franklin

Fulton

Genesee

Greene

Hamilton ....
Herkimer ....



Thomas H. Craven.

Chas. Stillman

II. Fred Lyon

Samuel Dunham

John G. Hosmer....

O. D. Hinckley

John Murray

John R. Glover

Wm. L. German ....
Chas W. Trimpler...
Jerome Squires....
Ben). F. Gerowe....

C. S. Howland

Fred. W. Domedian
Geo. S. Nicholson...

M. W. Hutching

.A rchib'M Robertson

Benl. F. Hawes

W.Irving Osborn ...

Win. II. Fry

Isaac F. Small



Albany.

Belmont.

Binghamton.

Little Valley.

Auburn.

Clymer.

Elmira.

Oxford.

Rocersfield.

Valatie.

Cortland.

Delhi.

Po'keepsie.

Buffalo.

Flizabetht'wn

Malone

Brondalbin.

Oak field.

Catskill.

Wells.

Mohawk.



*fitv Chamberlain, appointed May 30, 1884.
expires May 1. 1885.
t Fulton county.
iClerk Board of Aldermen.
^Appointed by Boards of Supervisors.



Term



Evening Journal Almanac, 1886.



123



Clerks of Boards of Supervisors -


-Continued.


Clerks of Boards of Supervisors


— Continued.


County.


Name.


Residence.


County.


Name.


Residence.


Jefferson


W. D. V. Rulison ...
E. B. Cadlev


Watertown.

Brooklyn.

New Boston.

Geneseo.

Morrisville.

Rochester.

Fort Plain.

New York.

Lockport.

Ulica.

Syracuse.

Canandaigua.

Goshen.

Albion.

Fulton.

Gilbertsville.

Patterson.

Hempstead.

Troy.

Pt.Richmond.


Rockland .. —
St. Lawrence .


Jnmes S. Haring ...
Charles M. Hale
James A. Burnhani
Dan'l Naylor, Jr....
Lyman S. Holmes ..
Chas. R. Watkins .
Chas. I. Van Lew..
Valentine Eouten...
James L. Millard...

Wm. B. Niven

Oscar B. Glezenjr..
M. N. Tompkins....

John E. Kraft

James A. Balcom...

C. P. Patterson ,,.
Chas. E. Johnson...
Alvah C. Manson...
Orville F. Randolph


Orangeburg.






John M. Rice


Ballston.


Madison


James S. Thompson

Arthur A. Foote

Wm. Oliver

Henry M. Eldredge,
*F. T. Twome
John J. B. Spooner,
Rouse B. Maxfleld..

Chas. H. Peck.

Hiram Metcalf.

Chas. T. Dunning .
W. W. Armstrong.
H. E. Nichols .

Will. M. Deitz

John W. Towner...
Robert Seabury....
J. A. Cavanaugh ...


Schenectady ...
Schuyler


Schenectady.
Cobleskill.




Havana.


Montgomery...




Lodi.


Steuben


Bath.


Niagara


Suffolk


Rlverhead.


Oneida




Monticello.


Ontario


Tioga


Owego.


Ulster




Kingston.


Orleans




Otsego


Washington ....
Wavne


Cambridge.


Putnam


Westchester ...
Yates


White Plains.


Queens




Rensselaer











ASSESSMENT AND TAXATION IN NEW TOEK, 1864-1S85.



Year.



1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871.
1*72
1873
1374,
1875
1S76.
1877,
1878
1879,
1880.
1881.
18S2.
1883.
1^84.
1885.



Real estate.



16T,
15&
196,

237.
327.
4 IS.
532,
599,
644,
092,
750,
900.
ins,
376,
373,
323.
335,
34n.
132,
557,
669,
762,



750,
327,
403,
703,
40.3,
132,
720,
930,
379,
523.
698,
352,
325,
252,
41-i.
669,
400,
6:35,
661,
218,
173,
348,



000
371
416
092
886
855
907
166
410
071
918
703
872
178
490
813
526
690
378
240
011
218



Personal.



§339,249,877
392,552,314
334,826,220
436,404,633
438,685,254
441,987,915
434,280,278
452,607,732
447,248,035
437,102,315
418,608,955
407,427,399
357,441,401
379, 488, 140
364,960,110
352,469.320
322,468,712
340,921,916
351,021,189
315,039,085
345,418,361
332,383,239



Aggregate
equalized
valuation.



$1,500.
1,550,
1,531,
1,664,
1,766,
1,860,
1,967,
2, 052,
2,088,
2,129,
2,169,
2, 367,
2,466,
2,755,
2,638,
2,686,
2,637,
2,681,
2,783,
2,872,
3,014,
3,094,



999,877
879.685
229,636
107,725
089, 140
120.770
001,185
537,898
627,445
626,386
307,873
780.102
267,273
740,318
378,600
139,133
869,238
257,606
682, 5S7
257,325
591,372
731,457



Rate of State

tax in mills

on each dollar

of valuation.



5 1-4

4 53-^0

5 9-16
7 3-5
5 4-5
5 5-8

7 41-156

5 79-120
9 3-8

6 95-100

7 1-4
6

3 11-24
3 1-6
2 9-10

2 863-1000

3 1-2
2 1-4

2 45-100

3 1-4

2 23-40
2 96-100



State tax lev-
ied, including
school tax.



$7, 880,
7, 230.
8,517,
12,647,
10.243,
10,463,
14,285,
11,613,
19,580,
14,800,
15,727,
14,206,
8,529,
8,726,
7,941,
7,690,
9, 232,
6,032,
6,820.
9, 334,
7,762,
9,160,



249 35
976 53
464 85
218 71
317 01
179 33
976 55
943 51
882 30
903 38
482 08
680 61
174 32
511 01
297 94
416 34
542 33
829 61
022 29
865 31
572 78
405 11



STATE DEBT OP NEW YOKE, SEPTEMBEE 30, 1885.



Setting aside the General Fund debt for Indian
annuities, the principal of which amounts to but
$122,694.87, the State debt amounts to $9,339,160, of
which $1,000,000 was created to provide for the pay-
ment of awards made for lands located fur the State
reservation at Niagara, and matures at the rate of
$100,0(10 per annum, beginning July 1, 1886. the
bonds bearing interest at two and a half per cent per
annum. The remaining $8,339,160 is the Canal debt,
the last of which matures in October, 1893, and
which has remained unchanged during the year.

The Sinking Fund, September '30, 1884,

amounted to $4,062,836 85

The Sinking Fund, September 30, 1885,

amounted to 4,663,188 61



Increase of Sinking Fund during year... $600, 351 76



The investments for the Canal Debt Sinking Fund



on September 30, 1884, amounted to $3,775,000, and on
September 30, 1885, to $4,205,000.

The aggregate of the Canal debt on the 30th Sep-
tember, 1884, was $8,339,160, with an aggregate un-
applied balance in the Sinking Fund of $4,062,836.85,
leaving the real balance unprovided for $4,276,323.15.
On the 30th September, 1885, the account stood as
follows :

Aggregate debt $8,339,160 00

Aggregate Sinking Fund 4,663,188 61



Balance unprovided for $3,675,971 39



The Canal debt unprovided for is, as above stated,
$3,675,971.39. This, with the $122,694.87 of General
Fund for payment of Indian annuities and $1,000,000
for Niagara Reservation bonds, makes a total indebt-
edness unprovided for of $4,798,666.26.



124



Evening Journal Almanac, 1886.



ASSESSMENT AND TAXATION IN NEW YORK IN 1885.

Aggregate Equalized Valuations ; Aggregate Taxation and Rate on each Dollar in cents ; Assessed Valuation
Real and I'ersonal ; Corrected Aggregate Valuations.



Counties.



Albany

Allegany

Broome

Cattaraugus

Cayuga

Chautauqua

Chemung

Chenango

Clinton

Columbia-

Cortland -

Delaware....

Dutchess,

Erie-

Essex

Franklin

Fulton

Genesee

Greene

Hamilton

Herkimer

Jefferson *

Kings

Lewis

Livingston

Madison

Monroe

Montgomery

New York

Niagara-

Oneida

Onondaga

Ontario-

Orange

Orleans

Oswego

Otsego

Putnam

Queens

Rensselaer*

Richmond *

Rockland

Saratoga _ ,

Schenectady

Schoharie ,

Schuyler _

Seneca „ -

St. Lawrence ...

Steuben

Suffolk ~

Sullivan

Tioga

Tompkins

Ulster

Warr n

Washington

Wayne

Westchester*...

Wyoming

Yates*



Totals....



Aggregate
equalized
valuation.



$80,113,190
13,503,4*11
19,073,13(1
15,044,130
29,178,26-2
23,811,953
10,679,784
16,907,928

9, 203, 427
28,357,755
10,244,075
12,891,891
43.309,577
10S, 198, 880
10,013,290

7,663,360

7,878,31(1
19,043,433
13,0311,035

1,083,873

21,337,0a3

22,219,110

309,238,510

8.412,081
22,759,6o8
18,404,920
72,823,543
21,253,109
.413,415,020
24,124,039
52,310,669
56,366,091
26,489,878
40,335,987
13,732,206
21,526,179
20,192,890

7,121,354
40,057,231
47,713,282
11,103,803
12,818,627
20,901,521
11,8V 1,634

9,297, 42*

6, 490, 056
14,028,684
21,988,033
20,201,769
16,242,874

5,111,800
10,985,304
13,930,212
22,903,334

6,231,479
21,196,530
23,381,208
75,010,38(1
13,727,089
11,523,708



State tax, ex-
clusive of
town, county
and school
taxes.



$3,094,731,457



$157,021 85
26,504 84
37,383 33

29.486 6o
57,189 40
40,671 43
32,692 38
33,139 54
18,038 71
55,581 19
20,078 38
25,268 11
84,886 77

212.069 80
19,620 00
15,020 19
15,441 49
37,325 13
25,538 87
2,124 39
41,820 59
43.549 40

600,107 48

16.487 68
44,608 83
36,073 66

142,734 15

41,656 09

2,770,233 44

47,283 12

102,528 91

110,477 54
51,920 16
79,058 53
26,915 12
42,191 31
39,578 07
13,957 86
78,512 17
93,518 03
21,763 57
35.124 51
40,906 98
23,208 41
18,222 90
12,721 68
27,496 22
43,096 .05
39.713 07
' 31,830 04
10,019 25
21,531 20
27,314 98
44,890 54
12,213 70
41,545 20
45,827 28

148, 2°8 10
26,900 27
22,586 58



Aggregate
taxation.



$1,726.
103,
150,

158,

299,
259,
172,
253,
151,
237,
111,
180.
351,
847,
107,

97.
107,
131,
101,

31,

196,

235

9,504,

99,
104,
192,
488,
176,
32,853,
259,
488,
542,
209,
375,
130,
355,
195,

49,
477,
500,
284,

91,
189,
178,
124,

68,
130,
212,
252,
154
121
144
167
477

73
150
219
739
11

95



140 79
737 54
245 98
788 03
655 03
958 49
742 21

399 36

400 74
952 33
567 09
002 27
618 58
225 26
489 01
856 31
021 10
128 91
054 97
348 69
753 73
919 94
915 80
142 92
572 61
492 36
216 24
447
518 34
811 48
9V6 09
375 94
798 23
325 29
015 30
312 50

002 15
835 84
860 84
416 70
682 76
001 25
032 80
222 56
820 67
858 95
796 42

003 00
475 60
919 33

,027 40
,304 78
,909 30
,395 48

000 77
,720 00

375 43
,534 70
,779 58
,426 25



°^ =

is 5



2.154
1.208

.787
1.055
1.020
1.091
1.035
1.480
1.645

.839
1.089
1.443

.811

.783
1 .073
1.270
1.353

.688
1.236
2.892

.922

i!ooi

3.093

1.071

.723

1.045

.670

.830

2.324

1.077

.934

.962

.79

.935

.990

1.650

.965

.699

1.134

2.060

3.563

.710

.907

1.501

1.342

1.001

.932

.904

1.240

.953

2.307

1.313

1.204

2.084

1.171

.739

.93'

.978

.828

.828



Assessed

value of real

estate.



$85,578,897
14,476,295
26,784,570
21,360,280
28,406,883
24,054,743
18,091.321
10,199,202

7,434,900
22,308,339

8,019,031

11,659,234

37,354,469

13(1,653,132

10,033,554

7, 390. 822

9,530,846
15,895,000
13,048,013

1,198,226

19.017,711

27,199,944

324,770,617

6,075,946
23,951,590
17,879,379
73,982,533
24,497,931
1,168,443,137
27,784,531
48,129,363
67,380,738
31,181,768
31,586,166
15,689,328
24,014,183
11,948,070

6.936,884
27,746,075
24,950,624

9, 259, 153

9,689,937
19,777,294
13,323,511
13,911,320

5,925,779
15,141,065
24,423,050
26,727.331
13,548,050

5,439,086
12,597,055
10,006,833
22,852,227

6,990,654
15,089,768
25,982,136
58,428,847
13,041,103

8,577,758



$0,065,673 65 $57,262,650 02 1.850 $2,848,314,244 $351, 116,669 $3,197,581,880



Assessed
value of per-
sonal estate.



$7,539,308
1,319,953
3,016,153
1,815,937
3,480,600
2,597,565
1,076,270
2,017,045
1,064,154
4,177,473
1,063,315
1,432,887
6, 533, 637
10, 209, 725

817,258
1,243,970

719,264
2,249,459
1,972,829
1,750
2,084,105
3,342,161
11,640,785

659,930
2,755,452
2,033,405
4, 038, 305
1,602,977
202.673,866
2,190,492
4,993,428
6, 654, 503
3,881,778
5,199,831
1,790,175

977, 190
1,371,684
1,270,975
2,274,404
3,594,722

266,450
1,230,030
1,518,010

915,700
1,739,437

468,733
2,118,050
2, 229, 80S
2,317,703
1,812,225

160,095

899, 108
1,270,869
2, 995, 596
1,376,305
2,444.870
2,398,381
3,054,211
1,553,638

901,884



Corrected
aggregate
valuation.



$93,
15,
29.
23,
31,
27,
19,
18,



25.

9,

13.

43.

14(i.

11.

8.
10.
18.
15.

1,

21,

30.

330,

7,
26
19.
78,
20.
1,371
29
53.
74
35
36
17
25
13

6
30,
28

9,
10
21
14
15

6
17
26
29
15

5
13
11
25

8
18
28
61
14

9



118,205
796, 248
874,494
176,217
947,483
252,308
767, 591
216,247
499, 054
676,714
682,346
092,121
888,106
922,857
450,812
640, 792
283,110
144,459
620,842
199,976
101,816
542,105
417,402
346,496
707,042
912,784
020, 898
100,908
117,003
975,023
122,791
035,301
070,620
785,998
479,503
591,373
321,032
930, 884
020,479
515,347
525,00.3
926, 567
,295,305
, 239, 277
,050,763
394,512
259,115
652,918
045,034
300,275
599, 181
496,103
277,702
847,823
300, 959
287,938
380,517
483,058
594,741
,497,042



* No returns. Valuations are taken from previous year.
The tax rate for the current year is 2.96 mills, which, upon the present valuation of $3,094,731,457
produce $9, 160,405.11, to be devoted as follows:

School pUTpOWf » 3 'W4, '31 40

Canals, Including canal debt - h f"|i 1«J2 30

General purposes- • 4,^3,o<t A>

$9,160,405 11



will



Evening Journal Almanac, 1886.



125



NEW YOER LEGISLATURE.



SENATE.



ten miles of travel in going to or returning from the place of meeting once in each session. Ten dollars
per dav in addition is allowed when the Senate alone is convened in extraordinary session, or when acting
as a court for the trial of impeachments.

EDMUND L. PITTS (Rep.), Pixtrident.
JOHN W. VROOMAN (Rep.). Clerk. JAMES C. MURRAY (Rep.), Serjeant-at-Arms.

JOHN S. KEN YON (Rep. ), Assistant Clerk. HARRIS A. L'ORELL (Rep.), Stenographer.

First District.

(Suffolk and Queens counties.) Population, 136,219).
EDWARD FRANCIS FAG AN (Dem.), of Mas-
peth, Queens county. Mr. F. was born in New York
city, February 27, 1849, of Irish parentage. He was
educated at Manhattan College, New York city,
graduating at the head of the class of 1869. He re-
ceived the degree of M. A. in 1872 and that of Ph.
D. in 1880, and is a Professor of Philosophy and
Classics. He was School Commissioner of the second
district of Queens county in 1882-'8-f,and re-elected in
1884, but was debarred from serving owing to a law
passed in 1883 excluding Long Island city from the
district. He has always been a Democrat, and was
elected to the Senate by a plurality of 464*, his op-
ponents being John Birdsall (Rep.) and G. W. Hal-
lock (Ind. ) The Republican majority in 1883 was
1,235.

Second District.

(1st, 2d, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th and 22d wards
of Brooklyn and towns of Flatbush, Gravesend
and New Utrecht, Kings county.)

JAMES F. PIERCE (Dem.), of Brooklyn (7 Mon-
tague Terrace). Mr. P. was born In Madrid, St.
Lawrence county, April 8, 1830. His parents were
natives of New England, his father being a physician
and graduate of Dartmouth Colloge. He was educa-
ted by private tutors and at St. Lawrence Academy.
He prepared to enter college but was prevented by
sickness. He studied law with Judge Henry L.
Knowles, of Potsdam, and Job Plerson and Wm. A.
Beach, at Troy, and was admitted to the bar in 1851,
when only twenty-one years of age. After admission
he spent three years in Florida, and on his return lo-
cated at Canton, St. Lawrence county, where he
practiced law until he removed to New York, in 1865.
A year later he removed to Brooklyn, where he has
since been engaged in the practice of his profession.
In 1862, though a Democrat, he was elected County
Clerk of St. Lawrence county, and for several years
he represented that county in Democratic State Con-
ventions. He was a member of the Senate, 1868-71,
"78, '79, serving as Chairman of the Committees on
Commerce and Navigation and Retrenchment, and
member of Railroads, Insurance, Judiciary, Canals,
Engrossed Bills and Public Buildings. He was elected
to the present Senate without opposition. The
Democratic majority in 1883 was 8,458.



Third District.

(3d, 4th, 7th, 11th, 13th. 19th, 20th, 21st and 23d wards
of Brooklyn. - )
STEPHEN M. GRISWOLD (Rep.), of Brooklyn
(43 Fort Green Place) . Mr. G. was born at Windsor,
Connecticut, November 22, 1835. His ancestors came
to this country from England in 1630 and settled in
Connecticut. He was educated in the common
schools ; was a farmer in his youth and Is now a
jeweller. In 1867 he visited all the countries of
Europe, and travelled through Asia Minor, the Holy
Land and Egvpt. His first vote was cast for the Re-



* The vote for Senators is given on page 74.



publican ticket in 1856, and he has ever since been
identified with that party. He was Alderman of the
eleventh ward of Brooklyn In 1876 and 1878. He was



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