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a Republican State Democracy, Committee of Fifty, b Good Gov't Clubs' indorse-
ment. tGerman-American Reform Citizens' indorsement.

VOTE FOR OTHER JUDICIARY NOMINEES.

SUPREME COURT JUDGES— Fusion: Hall, 105,545; bisaacs, 107,467. Tammany:
MacLean,, 12^999; Smyth, 126,100. Pro.: A. L. Manierre, 965; Hart, 815; Laird, 816.
Soc. Lab.: Held, 10,359; Heimerdinger, 10,331. Pop.: Aleinkoff, 532; Searing, 525; Mil-
ler, 748.

GENERAL SESSIONS JUDGES— Fusion: Fennel, 109,913. Tammany: McMahon,
128,103. Soc. Lab.: E. K. Thomas, 10,501. Pro.: Van Cott, 1,033; C. E. Manierre, 945.
Pop.: Daly, 563; Webster, 534.

CITY COURT JUSTICES (Full term).— Fusion: Botty, 109,725. Tammany: Schuch-
man, 127,737. Soc. Dab.: WesterHeld, 10,822. Good Gov't: Beall, 1,452. Pro.: Col-
clough, 852. Pop.: Casey, 525. Short term— Rep. : Evarts, 110,495. Tammany:
O'Dwyer, 128,253. Soc. Lab.: Sauter, 10,638. Pro. : Stetson, 1,061. Pop.: Leonard, 568.



NEW-YORK COUNTY VOTE FOR ASSE3IBLYMEX.



1. J. F. Conway, Rep., 1,055; D. E.
Finn, Tam., 3,273; J. Murphy, S. D.. 170;
W. A. Burnham, Pro., 14; J. Hillman,
Pop., 8.

2. R. Cahill, Rep., 1,469; T. J. Barry,
Tam. and S. D., 4,425; R. Johnson, Pro.,
21; J. S. Williams, Pop., 14; John Nagel,
S. L., 142.

3. E. A. Brady, Rep., 2,299; W. H.
Leonard, Tam., 4,078; F. Grady, S. D.,
106; J. M. Andrews, Pro., 36; W. Ghent,
Pop., 8.

4. W. J. Finn, Rep., 1,286; J. A. Don-
nelly, Tam., 3.701; W. J. Hirschfeld, S.
D., 898; E. Seeley, Pro., 17; A. Shapiro,
S. L., 643.

5. G. Gregory, Rep., 3,075; W. Hol-
comb, Tam., 2,787; J. A. Hooper, S. D.,
325; H. C. Taylor, Pro., 40; W. J. Jones,
Pop.. 23; E. Knell, S. L., 62; J. R. Melvin,
Anti-Tarn., lol ; G. Malraison, Ind., 145.

6. G. W. Wagner, Rep.. 2,499; J. A.
Mittnacht, Tam., 4,229; J. J. Gaw, S. D.,
204; J. Glover, Pro., 14; C. Gerner, S. L.,
280.

7. E. P. Fritz. Rep., 2,676; E. W. Hart,
Tam., 3,897; J. Hnurlgan, S. D., 461; J.
Ihmer, Pro.. 51; H. II. Woodward, Pop.,
14; W. E. Maginn, Dem. Un., 23.

8. C. S. Adler, Rep.. 2,160; C. Smith,
Tam., 1.676; J. Levy, S. D., 49; J. Flock,
Pro., 15': L. Abelson, S. L., 519.

9. J. D. Blackburn, Rep., 2,824; J. F.



McCabe, Tam., 3,900; A. Summers, S. D.,
229; G. F. Stevens, Pro., 50; G. A. Kay,
Pop., 20; J. Kosak, S. L., 112.

10. J. A. Hoffman, Rep., 2,244; O.
Kempner, Tam., 3,425; J. J. Kelleher, S.
D., 414; N. Lorenz, Pro., 9; C. Kleuppel-
berg. Pop., 10; P. Flaeschel, S. L.. 861.

11. S. Wilks, Rep., 2,068; W. H. Gled-
hill, Tam., 2,975; A. Healy, S. D., 1,001;
R. J. McAusland, Pro., 27; J. Boyd, S. L.,
144; I. J. Siskind, Ind. R., 20.

12. A. A. Joseph, Rep., 1,354; J. Schu-
lum, Tam., 2,545; J. H. Dougherty, S. D.,
823; J. Hayes, Pro., 7; A. Jonas, S. L.,
1,152.

13. R. Miller, Rep., 1,866; P. F. Train-
er, Tam., 3.477; H. O'Donnell, S. D., 264;

A. Law, Pro., 15; W. Browne, Pop., 13;

B. Browne, S. L., 218.

14. J. Kunzenman, Rep. and S. D.,
2,608; J. Fritz, Tam.. 3.694: W. H. Lorch,
Pro., 27; H. Zinck, S. L., 495; C. H. Kel-
by, Ind. R. and G. G.. 3:!9.

15. R. C. Van Horn. Rep.. 2.2,';S; T. F.
Myers, Tam., 2.823; J. J. W^alsh, S. D.,
1.026; C. H. Feitner, Pro., 22; F. Harth,
S. L., 154.

16. "^\^ F. Grote, Rep. and S. D.. 2.1,52;
B. Hoffman. Tam., 3,716; H. Unbesheiden.
Pro., 30; S. Grunfeld, S. L., 843; W. Blau,
Ind. Rep., 100.

17. H. Wilson. Rep.. 1.977: P. J. Kerri-
gan, Tam., 3,729; J. E. McMahon, S. D.,



270



THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC FOR 1896.



NEW-YORK COUNTY VOTE FOR ASSEMBLYMEN— Continued.



229; M. B. Rozelle, Pro., 24; J. H. Urell,
Pop., 20; N. Bendin, S. L., 187.

18. J. P. Kelker, Rep., 1,659; A. J. Gal-
ligan. Tarn., 4,063; M. J. Cruise, S. D.,
1.169; C. A. Needham, Pro., 29; F. F.
Christ, S. L., 212.

19. A. C. Wilson, Rep., 4,386; J. J. Ha-
gan. Tarn., 3,344; F. W. Aymar, S. D.,
326; W. H. Mastin, Pro., 28; R. Scorgie,
S. L., 97.

20. E. M. Lyman, Rep., 1,803; J. P.
Corrigan, Tarn., 4,125; J. J. O'Neil, S. D.,
895; W. N. Carson, Pro., 22; F. J. Killian,
Pop., 41; J. Hauser, S. L., 144.

21. G. C Austin, Rep. and G, G., 5,171;
M. J. Connellan, Tarn., 3,645; G. J. Vest-
ner, S. D., 287; E. P. Porter, Pro., 24; E.
V. Wright, Pop., 20; C. V. Flood, Lab., 14.

22. C. Steinberg, Rep., 2,364; D. W. F.
McCov, Tam., 3,887; J. J. Carroll, S. D.,
533; W. Reberger, Pro., 24; T. Smith,
Pop., 15; A. Greene, S. L., 174; S. F. Hy-
man, Anti-Blue Law, 158.

23. G. L. Curtis, Rep., 3,792; J. M. Del-
mour, Tam., 3,915; W. R. Lowe, S. D.,
282; G. B. Hilliard, Pro., 30; J. Doolan,
Pop., 43; C. Fritchie, S. L., 178; O. W.
Murray, Ind. R., 50.

24. J. Hassinger, Rep., 1.784; J. B. Fitz-
gerald, Tam., 3,813; L. Wolfert. S. D.,
232; S. S. Williams, Pro., 19; F. W. Bost-
wick. Pop., 14; J. Bohm, S. L., 327.

25. P. H. Murphy, Rep. and G. G.,
3,735; H. Kuhlke, Tam., 2,308; W. Mc-
Bride, S. D., 229; J. B. Gibbs, Pro., 32.

26. J. H. Chmellicek, Rep., 2,115; P. J.
Andrews, Tam., 3,038; F. C. Gitz, S. D.,
146; W. Alexander, Pro., 9; F. Miller,
Pop., 10; I. Bennett, S. L., 368.



27. F. E. Laimbeer, Rep. and G. G.,
3,473; F. A. Acer, Tam., 2,155; W. A.
McQuaid, S. D., 165; E. G. Barton, Pro.,
18; T. Merritt, Pop., 10.

28. N. Arnow, Rep., 1,856; J. I. Green,
Tam., 4,108; J. J. O'Neill, S. D., 139; J.
W. Dunwoody, Pro., 25; C. Rieber, Pop.,
10; C. W. H. Wallstrom, S. L., 538.

29. S. G. French, Rep., 3,742; M. Herr-
man, Tam., 3,266; I. Lawrence, S. D., 317;
J. T. Brooks, Pro., 27; G. Walz, Pop., 12.

30. L. H. Bold, Rep., 2,765; G. W.
Meyer, jr., Tam., 4,250; D. Cruise, S. D.,
382; V. W. Dutt, Pro., 43; A. F. Ready,
Pop., 11; E. Brueckmann, S. L., 510.

31. H. T. Andrews, Rep., 4,973; W. H.
Knox, Tam., 3,185; C. H. Babcock, S. D.,
316; A. T. Hull, Pro., 45; J. J. Hanley,
Pop., 16.

32. S. H. Phillips, Rep., 2,669; T. F.
Donnelly, Tam., 4,086; N. A. Alexander,
S. D., 418; L. S. Robb, Pro., 18; C. C.
Webb, Pop., 19; C. Dittmann, S. L., 393;
J. O'C. McMahon, Ind. D., 70.

33. S. G. Samuels, Rep .-2,631. L. Da-
vidson, Tam.. 3,306; J. A. Don^t^an, S. J)..
498; C. N. Mazza, Pro., 38; N. A. Sund-
gren. Pop., 40; P. H. V. Filing, S. L.,
188; J. G. Collins, Ind. D., 510.

34. P. W. Reinhard, jr.. Rep., 4,841; B.
H. Malone, Tam., 5,451; H. L. Bridges,
S. D., 781; W C. McElveen, Pro., 52; D. J.
Cavanagh, Pop., 49; B. Wilke, S. L., 288;
A. G. Massey, Ind. D., 6.

35. D. Mathewson, Rep., 5,169; A. C.
Butts, Tam., 6,111; T. W. Martin. S. D.,
351; J. H. Tinken, Pro., 74; P. McLaugh-
lin, Pop., 46; G. Dressier, S. L., 482.



NEW-YORK LEGISLATURE, 1896.



SENATORS AND ADDRESSES.

(Term 3 years) ; numerals denote the dis-
trict represented.

I. Richard Higbie, Rep., Babylon. II.
Theodore Koehler, Dem., Long Island
City. III. Frank Gallagher, Dem., Brook-
lyn, 11 Cheever place. IV. George W.
Brush, Rep., Brooklyn, 2 Spencer place.
V. *Michael J. Coffey, Dem., Brooklyn, 42
Fourth place. VI. Peter H. McNulty,
Dem., Brooklyn, 211 St. John's place. VII.
Patrick H. McCarren, Dem., Brooklyn, 169
Wythe-ave. VIII. Albert A. Wray, Rep.,
Brooklyn, 527 Putnam-ave. IX. Julius L.
Wieman, Rep., Brooklyn, 93 Jefferson-st.
X. *John F. Ahearn, Dem., New-York, 41
Gouverneur-st. XI. 'Timothy D. Sulli-
van, Dem., New-York, 17 Great Jones-st.
XII. Samuel J. Foley, Dem., New-York,
5 Willett-st. XIII. Bernard F. Martin,
Dem., New-York,, 1.266 Boston Road.
XIV. Thomas F. Gradv, Dem., New-
York, 151 East Thirtieth-st. XV. Frank
D. Pavey, Rep., New-York, 435 Fifth-ave.
XVI. Louis Munzinger, Dem., NewYor'c,
212 West Twentv-sixth-st. XVII. Charles
B. Page, Rep., New-York. 352 West Fifty-
sixth-st. XVIII. Maurice Featherson,

Dem., New-York, .360 East Seventy-ninth-
st. XIX. John Ford, Rep., New-York.
118 West Ninety-fourth-st. XX. *Jacob
A. Cantor, Dem., New-York, 137 West
120th-st. XXI. Charles L. Guy, Dem.,
New-York, Mott-ave. and 165th-st. XXII.



J. Irving Burns, Rep., Yonkers. XXIII.
♦Clarence Lexow, Rep., Nyack. XXIV.
William C. Daley, Rep., Chatham. XXV.
Charles Davis, Rep., Saugerties. XXVI.
James Ballantine, Rep., Andes. XXVII.
Hobart Krum, Rep., Schoharie. XXVIII.
Edgar T. Brackett, Rep., Saratoga
Springs. XXIX. Myer Nussbaum, Rep.,
Albany. XXX. Legrand C. Tibbits, Rep.,
Troy. XXXI. George Chahoon, Rep., Au-
sable Forks. XXXII. George R. Malby,
Rep., Ogdensburg. XXXIII. Walter L.
Brown, Rep., Oneonta. XXXIV. *Henry
J. Coggeshall, Ind., Waterville. XXXV.
♦Joseph Mullin, Rep., Watertown.

XXXVI. Horace White, Rep., Syracuse.

XXXVII. Nevada N. Stranahan, Rep.,
Fulton. XXXVIII. William E. Johnson,
Rep., Waverly. XXXIX. Benjamin M.
AVilcox, Rep., Auburn. XL. Edwin C.
Stuart, Rep., Ithaca. XLI. John S. Shep-
pard, Penn Yan. XLII. *John Raines,
Rep., Canandaigua. XLIII. 'Cornelius
R. Parsons, Rep., Rochester. XLIV. Hen-
ry Harrison, Rep., Brockport. XLV.
Timothy E. Ellsworth. Rep., Lockport.
XLVI. Lester H. Humphrey, Rep., War-
saw. XLVII. *Charles Lamy, Rep., Buf-
falo. XLVIII. Simon Siebert, Rep., Buf-
falo. XLIX. George A. Davis, Rep.,
Lancaster. L. *Frank W. Higgins, Rep.,
Olean.

Republicans, 35; Democrats, 14; Inde-
pendent, 1; total, 50.
♦Members of the last Senate.



NEW-YORK ELECTION RETURNS.



NE^V'-YORK LEGISLATURE— Continued.



ASSEMBLY.

ALBANY— I. Rob't G. Scherer, Rep.,
Albany. II. James Keenholts, Rep., Al-
tamont. III. George T. Kelly, Dam., Al-
bany. IV. Amos J. Ablett, Rep., Cohoes.

ALLEGANY— Fred A. Robbins, Rep.,
Angelica.

BROOME— I. Joseph H. Brownell, Rep.,
Windsor. II. Charles F. Tupper, Rep.,
Binghamton.

CATTARAUGUS— I. Charles H. Miller,
Rep., Yorkshire. II. Girvease A. Matte-
son, Rep., East Otto.

CAYUGA— I. W. Clarence Sheldon, Rep,,
Sennett. II. Eugene B. Rounds, Rep.,
New-Hope.

CHAUTAUQUA — I. Jerome Babcock,
Rep.. Jamestown. II. S. Fred Nixon,
Rep., Westneld.

CHEMUNG— John B. Stanchfleld, Dem.,
Elmira.

CHENANGO— Jotham P. Allds, Rep.,
Norwich.

CLINTON— Willis T. Honsinger, Rep.,
W<st Chazy.

COLUMBIA— Hugh W.McClellan, Dem.,
Chatham.

CORTLAND— Franklin P. Saunders,
Rep., Cortland.

DELAWARE— Delos H. Mackey, Rep.,
Meridale.

DUTCHESS— I. John A. Hanna, Rep.,
Dover Plains. II. Augustus B. Gray,
Rep., Poughkeepsle.

ERIE— I. Cornelius Coughlin, Dem.,
Buffalo. II. Henry W. Hill, Rep., Buffa-
lo. III. Benjamin A. Peevers, Rep., Buf-
falo. IV. Philip W. Springweiler, Rep.,
Buffalo. V. Charles Braun, Rep., Buffa-
lo. VI. Christopher Smith, Rep., Buffalo.
VII. Henry L. Steiner, Rep., Akron. VIII.
Herman M. Blasdell. Rep., North Collins.

ESSEX— Albert Weed, Rep., Ticonder-
oga.

FRANKLIN— Thomas A, Sears, Rep.,
Bombay.

FULTON AND HAMILTON— Byron D.
Brown, Rep., Mayfield.

GENESEE— Archie D. Sanders, Rep.,
Stafford.

GREENE— Newton Sweet, Rep., New-
Baltimore.

HERKIMER— Oliver H. Springer, Rep.,

JEFFERSON —I. Walter Zimmerman,
Rep., Brownville. II. Cornelius J. Clark,
Rep., Carthage.

KINGS— I. Thomas H. Wagstaff, Rep.,
Brooklyn. II. John McKeown, Dem.,
Brooklyn. III. Thomas H. Cullen, Dem.,
Brooklyn. IV. Geo. W. Wilson, Rep.,
Brooklyn. V. Abram C. DeGraw, Rep.,
Brooklyn. VI. Arthur J. Audett, Rep.,
Brooklyn. VII. Frederick A. Newman,
Dem., Brooklyn. VIII. James Lennon, jr.,
Dem., Brooklyn. IX. John J. Cain, Dem.,
Brooklyn. X. William I.,. Perkins, Rep.,
Brooklyn. XI. Joseph A. Guider, Dem.,
Brooklyn. XII. Charles H. Ebbets, Dem.,
Brooklyn. XIII. Orrion L. Forrester,
Rep., Brooklyn. XIV. John M. Zurn,
Dem., Brooklyn. XV. Robert J. Rudd,
Dem., Brooklyn. XVI. Edward C. Bren-
nan, Rep., Brooklyn. XVII. Henry Mar-
shall, Rep., New- York City. XVIII. Geo.
E. Waldo, Rep., Flatbush Station. XIX.



Frederick Schmid, Dem., Brooklyn. XX.
Frederick G. Hughes, Rep.. Brooklyn.
XXI. Jacob A. Livingston, Rep., Brook-
lyn.

LEWIS— John S. Koster, Rep., Lyon
Falls.

LIVINGSTON— Otto Kelsey, Rep., Gen-
eseo.

MADISON— Lambert B. Kern, Rep., De
Ruyter.

MONROE— I. Charles J. Smith, Rep.,
West Henrietta. II. James M. E. O' Gra-
dy, Rep., Rochester. III. William W.
Armstrong. Rep., Rochester. IV. Thomas
H. Eddy. Rep., Burnard's Crossing.

MONTGOMERY— Edward L. Schmidt,
Rep., Amsterdam.

NEW-YORK (Address of each is New-
York City)— I. Daniel E. Finn, Dem. II.
Thomas J. Barry, Dem. III. Wm. L.
Leonard, Dem. IV. James A. Donnelly,
Dem. V. George Gregory, Rep. VI. Jacob
A. Mittnacht, Dem. VII. Edward W.
Hart, Dem. VIII. Charles S. Adler, Rep.
IX. James F. Maccabe, Dem. X. Otto
Kempner, Dem. XI. Wm. H. Gledhill,
Dem. XII. Jos. Schulum, Dem. XIII.
Patrick F. Trainer, Dem. XIV. Jacob
Fritz, Dem. XV. Thomas F. Myers, Dem.
XVI. Benjamin Hoffman, Dem. XVII.
(Vacant bv death.) XVIII. Andrew
J. Gallig'an, Dem. XIX. Albert C.
Wilson, Rep. XX. John P. Corrigan,
Dem. XXI. Geo. C. Austin, Rep. XXII.
Daniel W. F. McCoy, Dem. XXIII. John
M. Delmour, Dem. XXIV. John B. Fitz-
gerald, Dem. XXV. Patrick H. Murphy,
Rep. XXVI. Patrick H. Andrews, Dem.

XXVII. Francis E. Laimbeer, Rep.

XXVIII. Joseph I. Green, Dem. XXIX.
Samuel G. French, Rep. XXX. Geo. W.
Meyer, jr., Dem. XXXI. Harvey T. An-
drews, Rep. XXXII. Thomas F. Donnel-
ly, Dem. XXXIII. Louis Davidson, Dem.

XXXIV. Bernard H. Malone, Dem.

XXXV. Arthur C. Butts, Dem.
NIAGARA— I. Henry E. Warner, Rep.,

North Tonawanda. II. Frank A. jJudley,
Rep., Niagara Falls.

ONEIDA— I. Walter Embley, Dem.,
Utica. II. William Carey Sanger, Rep.,
Sangerfield. III. Wm. B. Graves, Rep.,
Taberg.

ONONDAGA— I. Charles C. Cole, Rep.,
Jordan. II. Charles R. Rogers, Rep.,
Brewerton. III. Joseph Bondy, Rep., Syr-
acuse. IV. Edward M. Wells, Rep., Syr-
acuse.

ONTARIO— Charles A, Steele, Rep.,
Geneva.

ORANGE— I. Louis P. Goodsell, Rep.,
Highland Falls. II. Louis Bedell, Rep.,
Goshen.

ORLEANS— Fred L. Downs, Rep., Me-
dina.

OSWEGO— I. Lewis P. Taylor, Rep.,
Oswego Center. II. Thomas M. Costello,
Rep., Altmar.

OTSEGO— Charles B. Gorham, Rep.,
Burlington.

PUTNAM— Hamilton Fish, Rep., Garri-
sons.

QUEENS— I. Jacob Stahl, Dem., Long
Island City. II. Frederick Storm, Rep.,
Bayside. III. Morton Cromwell, Rep.,
Glen Cove.

RENSSELAER — I. Edward McGraw,
Rep., Valley Falls. II. John T. Morton,



NEW-YORK ASSEMBLY— Continued.



Dem., Troy. III. George Anderson, Rep.,
Castleton.

RICHMOND— Gustav A. Barth, Dem.,
Stapleton.

ROCKLAND— Otis H. Cutler, Rep., Suf-
fern.

ST. LAWRENCE— I. Ira C. Miles, Rep.,
Edwards. II. Martin V. B. Ives, Rep.,
Potsdam.

SARATOGA— Charles H. McNaughton,
Rep., Scliuylerville.

SCHENECTADY— Thomas W. Winne,
Rep., Nislvayuna.

SCHOHARIE— David Enders, Dem.,
Sloansville.

SCHUYLER— Oliver D. Eudd, Rep.,
Hector.

SENECA— William H. Kinne, Dem.,
Ovid.

STEUBEN— I. James S. Harrison, Rep.,
Addison. II. Joel Clark, Rep., Cameron.

SUFFOLK— I. Erastus F. Post, Rep.,
Quogue. II. Carll S. Burr, jr.. Rep., Com-
mack.

SULLIVAN— Uriah S. Messiter, Rep.,
Liberty.

TIOGA— Daniel P. Witter, Rep., Rich-
ford.

TOMPKINS— Frederick E. Bates, Rep.,
Caroline Depot.

ULSTER— I. William S. Van Keuren,
Rep., Kingston. II. James Lounsbery,
Rep., Kerhonkskon.

WARREN— Taylor J. Eldridge, Rep.,
North Creek.

WASHINGTON— William R. Hobbe,
Rep., Battenville.

WAYNE— George S. Horton, Rep., Wol-
cott.

WESTCHESTER— I. John N. Stewart,
Rep., Mt. Vernon. H. George L. Carlisle,
Rep., New-Rochelle. III. James W. Hus-
ted, Rep., Peekskill.

WYOMING— Mortimer N. Cole, Rep..
Castile.

YATES— Everett Brown, Rep., Penn
Yan.

Republicans, 103; Democrats, 47; total.
150.

REPRESENTATIV'ES IN CON-
GRESS. Elected 1S94.

I. (Suffolk and Queens Counties).— Mc-
Cormick, Rep., 20.S04; Fitch, Dem., 14,-
9G1; Stenison, Poi., 223; Halstadt, Pro.,
598.

II. (Brooklyn: Wards 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 11
and 20).— Hurley, Rep., 14,5U7; Cleveland
Dem., 1.3,104; Raphael, Pop., 157; Smith,
Pro., 238; Bradley, Ref. Dem., 3,924; Fur-
man, Lab., 134.

HI. (Brooklyn: Wards 3, 4, 9, 10, 22
and 23, also Flatbush).— Wilson, Rep., 18 -
568; Murtha, Dem., 14,215; Hickok, Pop.
191; Marton, Pro., 218; Sturges, Ref!
Dem., 3,741; Grosser, Lab., 219.

IV. (Brooklyn: Wards 8, 12, 24, 25 and
20. also New-Utrecht, Gravpsend and
Flatlands).— Fischer, Rep., 19,802; Coombs
Dem., 17,514; Vose, Pop., 287; Scott, Pro '
1S.S; Klein, Lab., G49.

V. (Brooklyn: Wards 18, 19, 21, 27 and
28).— Bennett, Rep., 19,372; Vigplius,
Dem., 11,825; Bourke, Pop., 298; Major
Pro., 197; Larck, Lab., 1,176.

VI. (Brooklyn: Wards 13, 14, 15, 16 and
17).— Howe, Rep., 14,427; Somers, Dem.,



12,525: Smith, Pop., 2C8; Furman, Pro.,
118; Hildebrandt, Lab., 682.

VII. (New- York City: First and part of
Eighth Assembly Districts, and Rich-
mond County).— Ford, Rep., 7,676; Bart-
lett, Dem., 9,138; Murphy, State Dem.,
2,159; Wheeler, Pro.. 287; Abaler, Lab.,
198.

VIII. (New- York City: Parts of Second,
Third, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth,
Eleventh and Twelfth Assembly Districts).
—Mitchell, Rep., 9,099; Walsh, Dem.,
9,406; Gillespie, Pro., 70; Nagel, Lab.
119; Unger, 72.

IX. (New- York City: Parts of Second
and Third and all of Fourth and Fifth
Assembly Districts). — Simpson, Rep.
5,214; Miner, Dem., 8,038; Campbell, Ind.
Dem., 7,084; Holden, Pro., 58; De Leon
Pop., 2,358; Lusman, Lab., 135.

X. (New- York City: Parts of Eighth,
Ninth, Eleventh, and all of Thirteenth
and Fifteenth Assembly Districts).—
Special election Nov. 5, 1895, to fill va-
cancy: R. A. Greacen, Rep., 10,223; A.
J. Cummings, Tarn., 15,205; W. J.
Browne, State Dem., 862; C. G. Teche,
Soc. Lab., 480; G. Gethin, Pro., 186; E.
B. Foote, jr.. Pop., 70.

XI. (New- York City: All of Sixth and
parts of Seventh and Tenth Assembly
Districts).— Eidman, Rep., 10,524; Sulzer,
Dem., 11,208; Zimmermann, Pop., 142;
Lorch, Pro., 74; Koenig, Lab., 1,448.

XII. (New- York City: Parts of Tenth,
Eleventh, Twelfth and Fourteenth Assem-
bly Districts).— Chesebrough, Rep.. 9.592;
McClellan, Dem., 10,933; Tombleson, Pop.,
118: McKee, Pro, 93; Green, State Dem.,
2,042; Klingenberg, Lab., 270.

XIII. (New-York City: Parts of Four-
teenth, Eighteenth and Twenty-first, and
all of Sixteenth and Seventeenth Assem-
bly Districts).— Shannon, Rep., 13,555;
Cummings, Dem., 13,089; Finn, Pop., 108;
Manser, Pro., 100; Baker, State Dem.,
1,943; Westerfield, Lab., 464.

XIV. (New-York City: All of Nineteenth,
Twentieth, Twenty-third and Twentv-
eighth, and all of Eighteenth and Twen-
ty-second Assembly Districts).— Quigg,
Rep., 24.332; Connolly, Dem., 18,355;
Wright, Pop., 130; Botten, Pro., 118; Ben-
nett, Lab., 884; Steele, 117.

XV. (New-York City: All of Twenty-
fourth, Twenty-fifth, Twenty-sixth and
Twenty-seventh, and parts of Twentv-
first and Twenty-second Assembly Dis-
tricts).— Low, Rep., 21.562; Cantor, Dem.,
17.028; Burke, Pop., 264; Lemmon, Pro.,
167; Monroe, State Dem., 4,827; Henckler,
Lab., 1,123.

XVI. (New- York City: Twenty-ninth
and Thirtieth Assembly Districts, and
Westchester County).— Fairchild, Rep.,
24,853; Ryan, Dem., 19.294; Foote, Pop.,
302; Lyon, Pro., 624; Weidekoff, Lab., 705.

XVII. (Rockland, Orange and Sullivan
Counties).— Odell, Rep., 19,327; Ives,
Dem., 13,520; Frederick, Pro., 781.

XVIII. (Putnam, Dutchess and Ulster
Counties).— Lef ever. Rep., 22,160; Ketch-
am, Dem., 16,640; Taber, Pop., 529.

XIX. (Columbia and Rensselaer Coun-
ties).— Black, Rep., 20.954; Haines, Dem.,
17,514; Kelly, Lab., 214; Myers, Pro., 595.

XX. (Albany County). — Southwick,



NEW-YORK ELECTION RETURNS.



273



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS— Continued.



Rep., 19,199; Tracey, Dera., 17,549; Lee,
Pop., 198; Wheeler, Pro., 367; Wieland,
Lab., 241; Steer, Ind., 348; Lawler, Ind.,
392.

XXI. (Greene, Schoharie, Otsego, Mont-
gomery and Schenectady Counties).— Wil-
ber. Rep., 24,472; Van Horn, Dem., 20,-
395; Ostrander, Pro., 1,254.

XXII. (Fulton, Hamilton, Saratoga and
St. Lawrence Counties).— Curtis, Rrp., 22,-
3S3; Hossie, Dem., 12,785; McQueen, Pop.,
316; Weed, Pro., 1,223.

XXIII. (Clinton, Essex, Franklin, War-
ren and Washington Counties). — Foote,
Rep., 25,526; Watson, Dem., 11,143; Fero,
Pop., 318.

XXIV. (Jefferson, Lewis and Orange
Counties). — Chickering, Rep., 23,320; Hen-
derson, Dem., 13,473; Sheldon, Pro., 1,255.

XXV. (Herkimer and Oneida Counties).
—Sherman, Rep., 22,371; Henderson,
Dem., 16,130; Rees, Pop., 182; Johnston,
Pro., 993.

XXVI. (Broome, Chenango, Delaware,
Tioga and Tompkins Counties). — Ray,
Rep., 29,149; Smith, Dem., 15,877; Cessna,
Pop. 514.

XXVII. (Madison and Onondaga Coun-
ties).— Poole, Rep., 24,647; Northrup,
Dem., 16,307; Freeman, Pop., 220; Per-
kins, Pro., 1,211.

XXVIII. (Cayuga, Cortland, Ontario,



Wayne and Yates Counties).— Payne, Rep.,
29,528; McConnell, Dem., 15,926; Case,
Pop., 980; Potter, Pro., 1,697.

XXIX. (Chemung, Schuyler, Seneca,
and Steuben Counties).— Gillet, Rep., 22,-
051; Roberts, Dem., 16,510; Orris, Lab.,
471; Colt, Pro., 1,745.

XXX. (Genesee, Livingston, Niagara,
Orleans and Wyoming Counties). — Wads-
worth, Rep., 24,541; Murphy, Dem., 13,-
950; Lawton, Pop., i;87; Martin, Pro.,
1,648.

XXXI. (Monroe County).- Brewster,
Rep., 21,488; Lynn, Dem., 15,530; Hough,
Pop., 588; Campbell, Pro., 663; Ludecke,
Ind., 413.

XXXIL (Buffalo: Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 19 and 20).—
Mahany, Rep., 15,548; Gavin, Dem., 13,-
893; Williams, Pop., 376; Goodenough,
Pro., 187; Otto, Lab., 306.

XXXIII. (Buffalo: Wards 15, 16, 17, 18,
21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, and Erie County,
Assemblv Districts 4 and 5).— Daniels,
Rep., 23,595; Morgenstern, Dem., 11,095;
Gail, Pop., 503; Taylor, Pro., 532; Walde-
mann, L^b., 293.

XXXIV. (Allegany, Cattaraugus and
Chautauqua Counties).— Hooker, Rep., 25,-
964; Wood, Dem., 16,674; Allen, Pop.,
1,621; Freeman, Pro., 2,161.



VOTE OP KINGS COUNTY.

SECY OF STATE. MAYOR. GOVERNOR.
tl895 *1895 alSJ>4

Rep. Dem. Pro. Lab. Rep. Dem. R.D. Pro. Rep. Dem. Pro. Lab. Pop.

Wards. Pel- Wurs- Shep- F. G. Mor- Bald- Mat- Mat-

Palmer.King.Smith.lenz. ter.Grout. ard. Smith, ton. Hill. win. chett.the's.

1 1885 1918 17 23 1874 1457 481 15 2200 1533 15 26 10

II 281 1218 2 14 275 1149 76 2 366 1169 8 6 13

III 1691 1673 21 45 1683 1442 241 20 1848 1381 25 27 21

IV 909 1480 20 21 912 1373 123 14 1099 1390 15 21 13

V 784 2361 8 16 753 2221 159 5 865 2284 9 15 18

VI 1912 4428 22 71 1882 3922 536 24 2273 3997 36 39 38

VII 3676 3327 37 47 3669 2801 550 37 4162 2790 39 25 22

VIII 2372 3470 38 1,34 2355 3195 330 36 2626 2879 28 64 34

IX 2697 3946 43 53 2719 3530 417 41 2959 3430 53 36 39

X 1959 4619 47 61 2102 3616 905 22 2323 3808 .33 55 39

XI 1911 2298 30 30 1893 2103 218 31 2117 2015 33 21 24

XII 993 3314 43 97 1027 2935 428 14 11S5 3178 26 46 29

XIII 2383 2627 45 61 2445 1708 224 39 2758 1775 32 37 34

XIV 1187 3072 6 88 1228 2916 120 4 1358 2995 15 5 66

XV 2677 2297 30 128 2695 2164 157 29 2970 1960 21 77 45

XVI 2553 2486 4 593 2580 2387 122 5 3230 2124 17 421 73

XVII .3617 4112 67 262 36i:j 3981 196 68 4041 3578 35 ir^A 96

XVIII 1210 1695 1 249 1218 1668 55 1 1442 1408 27 131 23

XIX 3.^33 2436 38 262 .3576 2190 239 31 3994 2063 38 127 46

XX 2763 2024 45 22 2759 16.S9 389 45 3144 1674 36 17 20

XXI 4516 4094 42 461 4546 3699 403 39 5074 3412 41 211 63

XXII 4647 4677 46 188 4606 4142 G14 37 5200 3767 56 104 64

XXIII 7089 3472 87 46 7074 2647 870 82 7772 25.50 67 35 27

XXIV 1911 2000 17 36 1894 1822 209 16 2057 1592 17 32 37

XXV 3961 2723 65 127 3941 2407 368 54 4267 19,55 47 65 74

XXVI 3708 3154 38 385 .3663 3029 202 29 3011 2323 40 283 60

XXVII 2154 2.326 5 083 2160 22.54 111 5 2563 1748 23 391 34

XXVIII 51.S7 3727 55 712 5106 .3494 .341 53 5726 2695 54 361 91

XXIX 1296 1489 24 23 1272 1.371 154 31 1224 1294 18 7 22

XXX 11.33 12.81 11 25 1141 1127 1.56 7 1115 980 19 20 46

XXXI 703 10.50 4 1 764 881 116 2 B.34 949 6 3 5

Flatlands 330 305 3 5 423 250 11 3 11

Total 77578 84499 961 4969 77425 75330 9510 838 86878 70956 936 2S90 1237

•Matchett, Lab., 4.646; C. E. Smith. Pop.. 309; blank, defective and scattering,

3,124. tWakeman, Pop., 453. a Wheeler, State Dem., 9,707.



374



THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC FOR 1S96.



VOTE OF KINGS COUNTY— Continued.



S'urrogate— S. T. Maddox, Rep., 77,532;
Geo. B. Abbott, Dam., 84,089; Asa F.
Smith, Pro., 886; C. L. Furman, Soc. Lab,,
4,893; G. W. Underwood, Pop., 372.

District-Attorney — Foster L. Backus,

Rep., 79,239; James D. Bell, Dem., 74,229;

I A. L. Martin, Pro., 1,153; P. Fiebiger, Soc.

Lab., 4,802; C. J. Patterson, Dem. Ref.,

8.730.

County Judges— Joseph Aspinall, Rep.,
77,702; P. E. De Fere, Rep., 75,147; B. J.
York, Dem., 76,038; W. B. Hurd, jr.,



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