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has held several minor positions ; member of the
44th and 48th Congresses, and was elected to the As-
sembly by a plurality of 1. his opponents being
Francis G. Walters (Kep, ), who was chosen to the
last House by a plurality ol 871, and James H. Sny-
der (Pro.)

Herkimer County.

Population, in 1865, 39,154 ; in 1875, 41,692.

PATRICK H. McEVOY (Rep.), of Little Falls.
Mr. M. was born in Ireland, March 16, 1845 ; emi-
grated to this country at the age of twelve, and has
since supported himself, w-orking as a farm laborer
for several years in summer, and attending the dis-
trict schools in the winter. He graduated from Fair-
tield Seminarj-, being valedictorian of his class, and
also attended St. Mary's College, Niagara county.
Upon completing his education he began the study
of the law in the office of Hardin & Burrows, Little
Falls, being admitted to the bar after a year's study,
and has since practiced that profession. In 1870, he
was appointed Assistant District Attorney of Mont-
gomery county. He has always been a Republican,
and has taken active part in every campaign since
1868. making numerous speeches. He is the only Re-
publican in Herkimer county against whom the
Democrats have never made a nomination. He was
a member of the last House, serving on the Commit-
tees on Judiciary and Two-thirds and Three-fifths
Bills ; and was re-elected by a plurality of 4,107, his
opponents being 0. S. Elwood (Pro.) and F. Bedell
(United Lab. ) His plurality in 1886 was 1,788.
Jefferson Connty.
Population, in 1865. 66,458 ; in 1875, 65,362.

18T District. (4th ward of the city of Water-
town, and towns of Adams, Champion, EUisburgh,
Henderson, Hounsfield, Lorraine, Rodman, Rut-
land, Watertown, Wilna and Worth.) ANSON S.
THOMPSON (Rep.), of EUisburgh. Mr. T. was
born at Harrisburgh, Lewis county, N. Y. , March
21, 1828 ; educated at thedistrict schools of the town
of Denmark, Lewis county, Denmark Academj',
1847-'53, and Homer Academy, 1853- '55; was a
farmer and teacher of district schools In early life ;
began the practice of medicine in I8.!i6, and has since
followed that profession, having built up a large
practice. He was very active during the rebellion
In raising recruits. He was a Democrat until 1856,
when he supported Fremont for President, and has
since been a radical and straight Republican. He
was DeputyCollector of Customs, ]SGl-'65; Coroner,
186.V68, and Supervisor of EUisburgh from 1882 to
1886. He was a member of the last House, serving
on the Committees on Public Health, Public Educa-



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tion and Indian Affairs ; and was re-elected by a
plurality of 732, his opponents being Charles S. Kel-
logg (Dem. ) and Wm. P. Freeman (Pro.) His plu-
rality in ltfs6 was 515. Last fall Mr. T. received a
unanimous renomination, and received the party
vote without eflfort.

2d District. (1st, 2d and 3d wards of the city of
Watertown, and towns of Alexandria, Antwerp,
Brownville, Cape Vincent, Clavton, Le Ray, Lyme,
Orleans, Pamelia, Philadelphia and Theresa. ) AN-
J)REW C. COMSTOCK (Rep.), of Philadelphia. Mr.
C. was born at Philadelphia, May 16, 1847 ; received
a commori school education ; is a merchant : was
Supervisor of Philadelphia, ISSO, '82-"87 ; and Post-
master, seven years. He was elected to the As-
sembly by a plurality of 701, his opponents being B.
M. Strong (Dem.) and G. N. Crosby (Pto.) The
Republican plurality in 1886 was 23. Mr. C. re-
ceived the largest majority in the district since 1860.

Kings County.

Population, in 1S65, 243,459 ; in 1875, 509,216.

1st District. (1st and 6th wards of Brooklvn.)
JIOSES J. WAFER (Dem.), of Brooklyn (124 Har-
rison street). Mr. W. was born in Ireland, October
24, 1850 ; educated in the public schools of Brooklyn;
is a carpenter ; has always been a Democrat ; has
been a Fire Commissioner of Brooklyn ; was a mem-
ber of Assembly in 1885, serving on the Committees
on Manufacture of Salt, Indian Affairs and (jlriev-
ances; in 1886, serving on Canals, Charitable and
Religious Institutions and Manufacture of Salt; in
18S7, serving on Charitable and Religious Societies,
and Public Lands ; and was re-elected to the present
House bv a plurality of 1.753, his opponents being
S. Walker (Rep.), J. H. Edelman (United Lab.) an<l
W. H. Kent (Pro.) His plurality in 1886 was 1,318;
in 1SS5, 2,402; in 1884, 657

2d District. (2d and 4th wards of Brooklvn.)
WILLIAM H. Mclaughlin (Dem.), of Brooklyn
(93 Lawrence street). Mr. M. was born in Roches-
ter, N. Y., April 30, 18.50; educated at St. Patrick's
Academy, Rochester : was formerly a carpenter, and
is now a clerk in the County Court. He has always
been identified with the Democratic party ; is chief
officer in Court of Sessions ; was a member of As-
sembly in 1886, serving on the Committees on Can-
als, Petitions of Aliens and Expenditures of the
House ; in 1887, serving on Appropriations, Petitions
of Aliens and Expenditures of the House ; and was
elected to the present House by a plurality of 1,068,
his opponents being J. J. Ward (Rep.), E. Senne
(United Lab. ) and M. I. Bellington (Pro.) His plu-
rality in 1886 was 1,059 and in 1885 it was 745.

3d District. (3d and lOth wards of Brooklj'n.)
PETER K. McCAXN (Dem.) of Brooklyn (390 De-
Grauw street). Mr. M. was born in Ireland, April
14, 18.53 : educated in National schools of Ireland,
and Public Schools and Christian Brothers' Schools
in New York ; he came to America when eight years
of age, and left school at the age of thirteen. He re-
sided in New York until 1S72, when he removed to
Brooklvn. Until 1871 he was in the employ of A. T.
Stewart & Co., dry goods. He then became con-
nected with the Neio York Sunday Democrat, and
since then has been constantly employed in an edi-
torial or reportorial capacity, being at present a re-
porter for the New York World. For three years he
was the Albany correspondent of the New York Star.
In 1879 he was the Greenback-Labor candidate for
Secretary of State, receiving 21.oo<) votes, and run-
ning over 1.000 votes ahead of the candidate for
(Governor. He was a member of Assembly in 1885,
serving on the Committees on Cities and Militia ;
in 1886, serving on Appropriations, Banks and
Public Printing: in 1887, serving on the same com-
mittees ; and w\as re-elected last fall by a plurality of
1,549, his opponents being J. W. Mars (Rep.), W.
O'Keefe (Lab.) and James Morton (Pro.) His plur-
ality in 1886 was 2,051, his majority in 1885 was 913,
and his pluralitv In 1584 was 1,993. Mr. M."s plural-



ity in 1886 was the largest ever given in the district;
his nomination for a third term was bitterly opposed
In the convention.

4th District, (5th and 11th wards of Brooklyn. )
HENRY F. HAGGERTY (Dem. ), of Brooklyn (184
Navy street"). Mr. H. was born in Brooklyn, Octo-
ber 4. 1857, and educated at St. Patrick's Academy,
Brooklyn. After leaving school, he worked In a law
office for several years and is now a cooper. He was
member of Assembly in 1KS5, serving on the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Navigation and Privileges
and Elections ; in 1886, serving on Roads and Bridges
Public Education and Military Affairs; in 1887, serv-
ing on Roads and Bridges and Insurance, and was
re-elected to the present Assembly by a pluralitv of
959, his opponents being J. V. Brown (United Lab.)
and H. W. Doremus (Pro.) His plurality in 1886
was 2,33« ; his majority in 1885, 2,304, and his plurality
in 1884 was 2,224.

5th District. (12th ward of Brooklyn.) DANIEL
B. FARRELL (Ind. Dem.), of Brooklyn (173 Cono-
ver street). Mr. F. was born in New York citv,
January 1. 1855 ; educated at the Visitation Parochial
School, Brooklyn, and is a compositor. He was
elected to the Assembly by a plurality of 222, his
opponents being John Kelly (Dem.), David Mc-
Carty (Prog. Lab.) and Peter Olsen (Pro.) The
Democratic plurality in 1886 was 265, Mr. F. being
one of the defeated candidates.

6th District. (14th and 15th wards of Brooklyn.)
THOMAS F. MAGNER (Dem.), of Brooklyn (26
Court St.) Mr. M. was born in Brooklyn, March 8,
1860; educated at the public schools and Columbia
College ; was formerly a school teacher, and is now a
lawyer. He has always been a Democrat; has never
before been a candidate for office; and was elected
to the Assembly by a plurality of 1,177, his opponents
being James H. Butler (Rep.), Wm. H. Diamond
(United Lab.) and Jacob Smith (Pro.) The Demo-
cratic plurality in 1886 was 886.

7th District. (16th ward of Brooklyn. ) JOHN
REITZ (Rep.), of Brooklyn (124 Boerum ave.) Mr.
R. was born in Lorraine, Germany, November 15,
1843; educated at public schools; was formerly a
manufacturer of watch crystals, and is now a hotel
keeper; was Excise Inspector, 1879, and Kerosene
Inspector, 1880; served in the 01<l Volunteer Fire
Department ; was a member of Assembly in 1881,
serving on the Committees on Internal Affairs and
Expenditures of the House ; in 18S7, serving as Chair-
man of Petitions of Aliens, and member of Public
Printing, Internal Affairs and Sub-Committee of the
Whole; and was re-elected by a plurality of 1,036,
his opponents being Adam Schaaff (Dem.), Joseph
Benjamin (United Lab.) and M. Willets (Pro.) His
pluralitv in 1886 was 575. Mr. R. ran 1,400 votes
ahead of the State ticket last fall.

8th District. (17th and 18th wards of Brooklvn.)
JOHN H. BONNINGTON (Dem.), of Brooklyn "(113
Noble street). Mr. B. was born in New York city,
December 16, 1851 ; educated at public school No. 22,
1862-'68 ; and is a stock and bond broker in New York
city. He was a member of the last Assembly, serv-
ing on the Committees on Insurance and Engrossed
Bills, and was re-elected by a plurality of 398, his op-
ponents being Thomas Foulks (Rep.), R. T. Caffrey
(United Lab.) and George Downs (Pro.) His plu-
rality in 1886 was 304.

9th District. (13th, 19th and 20th wards of Brook-
lyn.) WALTER MATHISON (Rep.), of Brooklyn.
Mr. M. was born in Brooklyn, in 1843, and edu-
cated in the public schools of that city. He served
in the army during 1862, '63. Subsequently he spent
some time in the banking business, bilt for many
years he has .been engaged in the manufacture of
cooperage stock. He has never before held public
office. He was elected to the Assembly by aplurality
of 2,534, his opponents being J. J. McGinty (Dem.),
G. Sevmour (United Lab.) and L. W. Manchester
(Pro. ) The Republican plurality in 1886 was 1,739.



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10th District. (Sth, 9th and 22d wards of Brook-
lyn.) JOHN B. LOXGLEY (Dem.), of Brooklyn
(204 Montague street). Mr. L. was born in Provi-
dence. R. I., June 23, 1S30; was educated at Hud-
sou. X. Y., academy, graduating in 1£48 ; was a
clerk in a dry goods store for two years previous to
entering the Academy, and is now a lawyer, his ad-
mission to the bar dating February 7, 18.^3. He
edited the Democratic Frecinan, a newspaper of
free-soil, tree speech, etc., proclivities, at Hudson,
1854-55. After a residence of 37 years in Hudson he
removed to Brooklyn in 18S1. He has actively par-
ticipated in politics, as speaker and otherwise, in
every campaign since that of Pierce and Scott of
1S53 : he was Police Justice of Hudson, lS63-'ti7 ; Re-
corder, 1875-"77, and District Attorney of Columbia
county 1S68-"71. and 1878-81. He was a member of
Assembly in 1886, serving on the Committees on Ex-
cise, Public Education and Charitable and Religious
Societies ; in 1887, serving on Railroads, Excise and
Game Laws ; and was re-elected by a plurality of
845, his opponents being R. W. Fielding (Rep.), A.
D. Brown (United Lab.) and Peter Herder (Pro.)
His plurality in 1886 was 962; in 1885, 1,808.

llTH District. (7th, 12th, 23d and 24th wards
of Brooklyn.) JOSEPH ASPINALL (Rep.), of
Brooklyn (177 Montague st.) Mr. A. was born in
Brooklyn, of English and Scotch ancestry, in 1854;
educated at public school No. 25. private school in
.Brooklyn, and Columbia College Law School, grad-
.uating with the class of 1875; and is a lawyer. He is
attorney for the National City Bank, of Brooklyn,
I and represented Long Island heirs in the great
I" Hyde Estate " before the Court of Chancery, in
, London, England, in 18S0. Mr. A. was for many
years the Secretary of the old " Irving Literary So-
ciety " of Brooklyn ; for two years President of the
Gariield Club ; is Senior Deacon of Anglo-Saxon
Lodge No. 137 of Masons, and a member of Amora
Grata Lodge of Perfection in Scottish Rite. He is a
member of the Republican General Committee, of
I the Brooklyn Republican League and of the Brook-
jlyn Republican Club ; and was elected to the Assem-
jbly by a plurality of 1,343, his opponents being
1 James P. Graham (Dem.), who has represented the
idistrict in the Assembly for the past two years, his
plurality in 1886 being 168, Edward Ferguson (United
Lab.) and A.S.Williams (Pro.) This district, though
normally Republican, has been carried by Demo-
jcrats for the past two j'ears, owing to dissatisfaction
with the Republican nominees

12th District. (25th ward of Brooklyn, and towns
'of New Lots, Flatlands, Flatbush, Gravcsend and
New Utrecht.) DANIEL W. TALLMADGE (Rep.),
of Bath Beach. Mr. T. was born at -Round Lake,
.Saratoga county, N. Y., February 5, 1812. He is de-
scended from Col. Ben). Tallmadge. of Washington's
Military family, and custodian of Major Andre, dur-
ing his captivity. He received an education in com-
mon schools and Ballston Spa Institute ; was a
merchant in New York city from 1863 to 1875 ; Chief
Clerk in the Brooklyn Ta.x Office, 1878, '79 ; and is
now engaged In the stationery and binding business
at 42 Broad st. , New York City. He has always been
a Republican ; was Secretary of the Brooklyn Board
of Education, 1881-'87, and during his term, he dis-
bursed nearly $10,00<J,000, no error being found in his
accounts ; and member of Assembly from the 9th
district, 1879, '8fJ, serving on the Committees on
State Charitable Institutions and Internal Affairs
both terms.! While in the Assembly he was very ac-
tive in connection with Brooklyn city interests, for
which he received hearty indorsements from promi-
nent citizens, business men and the press of Brook-
lyn. He was elected to the present House by a plu-
rality of 1,137, his opponents being Erastus D. Bene-
dict (Dem.), C. E. Lee (Lab.) and A. R. Heath
(Pro. ) The Democratic plurality in 1886 was 1, 199.
Mr. T. Is the first Republican ever elected in this
district. He was also the first and only Republican
chosen in the old 9th district.



Lewis County.

Population, in 1865, 27,840; in' 1875. 29.236.

HUGH HUGHES (Rep.), of Turin. Mr. H. was
born in ■^^ ales, June 6, 1845; came to this country
with his parents in ia51 ; was educated at the com"-
mon schools ; was formerly a farmer, and is now a
contractor and builder. He enlisted in July, 1864, at
the age of 18, and was honorably discharged at the
close of the war, as private of Company K, 5th New
York Heavy Artillery. He has always been a Re-
publican ; was Supervisor of Turin. 1885- '87 ; and
has held other minor town otfices. He was elected
to the Assembly by a plurality of 688, his opponents
being Erskine Laraway (Dem.) and William Young
(Pro. ) The Republican plurality in 1886 was 1,050.


Livingston County.
Population, in 1865, 37,555 ; in 1875, 38,564.

JOTHAM CLARK (Rep.), of Conesus. Mr. C.
was born at Conesus, September 15, 1833; educated
at common schools and Alfred (N. Y.) Academy; and
is a fanner and produce dealer. He has always been
a Republican ; was Supervisor of Conesus. 1873, '74 ;
and President of the Livingston County Agricultural
Society, 1879, '80. He was elected to the Assembly
by a plurality of 1,2.54, his opponents being Andrew
J. Willard (Dem.) and -Hugh T. McNair (Pro.)
The Republican plurality in 1886 was 1,097.

Madison County.

■ Population, in 1865, 40,718 ; in 1875, 42,490.

CHARLES E. MAYNARD (Rep.), of Erieville.
Mr. M. was born at Fenner, Madison County, Octo-
ber 5, 1846 ; educated in the public schools of Fenner
and Cazenovia, and Cazenovia Seminarv. He has
been a merchant for 21 years ; and is a director of the
American Co-operative Relief Association of Syra-
cuse, N. Y. He has always been a Republican, and
was elected to the Assembly by aplnraliiv of 1, 168,
his opponents being George W. Irish (Dem.) and
Royal W. Hartshorn (Pro.) The Republican plu-
rality in 1886 was 2, .575.

Monroe County.

Population, in 1865, 104,335; in 1875,134,534.

1st District. (Towns of Brighton, Henrietta,
Irondequoit. Mendon, Penfleld, Perinton, Pittsford,
Rush and Webster.) FLETCHER A. DEFENDORF
(Dem.), ofFairport. Mr. D. was born in Roch-
ester, N. Y.,June24, 1846; educated at Rochester
public schools and Free Academy; was six years
engaged in the express business ; has since been
in the stove business, and is now a manuliicturer of
barrels, soda kegs, etc. He has held a number of
local positions. He has always been a Democrat ;
was a member of the last Assembly, serving on the
Committees on Roads and Bridges, Manufacture of
Salt and Sub-Committee of the Whole; and was re-
elected by a plurality of 774, his opponents being
Kincaid A. Hughson (Rep.) and John J. Cornell
(Pro. ) His plurality in 1886 was 137.

2d District. (Rochester City.) PATRICK AN
DREW SULLIVAN (Dem.), of Rochester (138
Adams street). Mr. S. was born of Irish parents in
Rochester, March 18, 1854; educated at public school
No. 3, Rochester; and is a shoemaker. Hs has al-
ways been a Democrat, but connected with work
ingmen ; and was elected to the As.sen)bly by a plu
ralityof251, his opponents being Edward W. Mau
rer (Rep.) and Allen P. Todd (Pro.) Mr. Maurer
was chosen to the last As.sembly by a plurality of
2, .377.

3d District. (Towns of Clarkson, Chili, Gates,
Greece, Hamlin, Ogden, Parma, Riga, Sweilen and
Wheatland.) WILLIAM STEWART CHURCH
(Dem.), of Riga. Mr. C. was born at Riga, Febru-
arys, 1858. He Is descended on his father's side
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in 1637, and first settled at Hartford, Conn. They
subsequently removed to Hampshire county, Mass.
His grandfather, Elihu Church, was the first settler
in the town of Riga, in March, 1806, and took up-
land, upon which his descendants have lived ever
since. He was Supervisor of Iliga, 1810-'16 and
1833-'35, and was member of Assembly hi 1834. The
present member's father, Col. Dennis Church, was
Colonel of the 177th Regiment State Militia, re-
ceiving his commission from Governor Marcy, July,
1837, and resigned in 1840. He was Supervisor of
Riga in 1850 and is still living. Mr. Church's
mother was born in Dutchess county, N. Y., of
Scotch-Irish, English and Dutch ancestry. Her
grandfather came to America about \~f>h, and fought
in the Revolution, holding the rank of Major. He
was wounded at the battle of White Plains. Wm.S.
Church has received a general education in common
schools, Phillips Academy, Andover Mass., 1871,
'72 ; Canandaigua (N. Y.) Academy, 1873-75, and
School of Mines, Columbia College, 1876-'79. Upon
leaving school, he began farming, which he still fol-
lows. He has always taken an active interest in
politics ; was delegate to Democratic State Conven-
tions, 1883 and '84, being a strong advocate of the re-
nomination of Clevelaiid. Has been a member of
the Democratic County Committee for four years,
and is at present Secretary of that organization. He
was the unsuccessful candidate for the Assembly in
1885, being defeated by Hon. Geo. W. Sime by 237
plurality ; and was elected to the Assembly by a
plurality of 206, his opponents being George Savage
(Rep.) and Charles Irwin (Pro.) The Republican
plurality in 1886 was 1,082. The Republican plu-
rality in this district has been from 800 to 1,000.
Grant's plurality for Secretary of State was about
750.

Montgomery County.

Population, in 1865, 31,447 ; in 1875, 35,200.
ROBERT WEMPLE (Dem. \ of Fultonville. Mr.
W. was born in the town of Mohawk, Montgomery
Co., N. Y., January 28, 1831, and was educated in
the district schools. He was formerly a farmer and
manufacturer. He is now Superintendent of the
Montgomery County Asylum, having held the office
for the past eighteen years. He was President of the
Montgomery County Agricultural Society in 1883,
'84 ; is a Director of the Fultonville ZSTational Bank
and Johnstown National Bank : was a member of
the Democratic County Committee four years, and
has been delegate to State Conventions. He
was a member of the last House, serving on the
Committees on Excise and Canals ; and was re-
elected by a plurality of 366, his opponents being
Lawrence A. Serviss (Rep.) and Eugene Simpklns
(Pro. ) His plurality in 1&86 was 557.

NeTT York County.

Population, in 1865, 726,386; in 1875, 1,046,037.
1st District. (Bounded by North and East rivers,
and within Peck slip. Ferry street. Gold street.
Spruce street. Park row, Broadway and Canal street,
and includine Governor's, Bedloe's and Ellis' Is-
lands.) DANIEL E. FINN (Dem.), of New York
city (48 Beach street). Mr. F. was born in Ireland,
Julv 11, 1845 ; educated at the public schools of New
York city; was formerly a printer and clerk, and Is
now an agent. During the war he served a portion
of the time in the 22d Regiment, N. Y. Vols. He
served as Deputy Sherifif under Sheriff's Bowe and
Davidson. He was a member of Assembly in 18«5,
serving on the Committees on Federal Relations and
Charitable and Religious Societies ; in 1886, serving
on Public Lands ; in 1887, serving on \^ ays and
Means and Banks ; and was re -elected by a plurality
of 3,197, his opponents being Thomas Moran (United
Lab.), J. J. Halev (Prog. Lab. and Rep.) and D.
Benedict (Pro.) His plurality in 1886 was 1,814, in
1885, 1,627. and in 1884 it was 535.

2d District. (Within Canal street. Broadway,
Park row. Spruce street. Gold street. Ferry street.
Peck slip. East river, Catharine street and Bowery. )



TIMOTHY D. SULLIVAN (Dem.), of New York
city (14y Leonard street). Mr. S. was bom of Irish
parentage in New York city, July 23, 1863: educated
at the Elm street Grammar school from 186S to 1877 :
was formerlv a newspaper delivery clerk, and is now
manager of the Nassau News Agency. As President
of " Sullivan's Cleveland and Hendricks Club," he
received a baimer from Mrs. Hendjicks. He was a
member of the last Assemblv, serving on the Com-
mittees on Charitable and Religious Societies and
Military Aff"airs; and was re-elected by a plurality
of 3,574, his opponents being John F. Crowley
(United Lab.) and Jeremiah Griffin (Pro.) His
plurality in 1886 was 4,762.

3d District. (Within Canal street, Broadway,
23d street. Third avenue and Bowery.) THOMAS
SMITH, Jr. (Dem.), of New Y''ork city (222 Centre
street"!. Mr. S. was born in New York city in 1840;
educated in public schools; and is a manufacturer
and dealer in safes, desks and all kinds of oftice furni-
ture. He has always been a Democrat ; was a mem-
ber of Assemblv in 1881, serving on the Printing
Committee : and was elected to the present House
by a plurality of 2,630. his opponents being William
H. Murray (Rep.), Wm. J. Lougheed (United Lab.)
and F. M. Hammond (Pro. ) The Democratic plu-
rality in 1886 was 3,027 .

4th District. (Within Catharine street. Division,
Grand and Jackson streets and East river.) JERE-
MIAH HAYES (Tam. Dem.), of New Y'ork city
(272 Madison street). Mr. II. was born in New York
citv, October 17, 1848, and educated in the public
schools. He was formerly in the liquor business,
but is not engaged in any business at present. He
has always been identified with Tammany Hall: was
connected with the Street Cleaning Department five
years, and Inspector of Excise two years. He was
a member of Assembly in 1886, serving on the Com-
mittees on Public Education and Claims; in 1887,
serving on Expenditures of the House and Sub-Com-
mittee of the Whole; and was re-elected by a plu-
rality of 2,752, his opponents being .1. J. Beattie
(United Lab.), E. H. Dinan (Ind. Dem.), P. J,
Havburne (Rep.), Charles Schneppe (Prog. Lab.)
and G. T. Griftiths (Pro.) His majority in 1886 was
6,981, the Republicans making no nomination.

5TH District. (Within Canal street, Broadway,
Bleecker, Hancock [or College place]. West Houston
streets and North river.) MICHAEL BRENNAN
(Dem.), of New York city (18 Grand street). Mr.
B. was born in Ireland, September 26,1849, and edu-
cated in the public schools and by private tutors.
He was formerly a tinsmith, and is now a dealer in
wines and liquors. He was a member of the As-



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