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The First Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth. Eleventh. Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Eighteenth wards of Buffalo. XXXVIth The Seventeenth. Nineteenth, Twentieth. Twenty-first, Twentysecond, Twenty-third, Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth wards of Buffalo as now CONstituted and the VIIth and VIIIth Assembly districts of Erie County. XXXVIIthAllegany, Cattaraugus and Chautauqua counties.

SENATE AND ASSEMBLY APPORTIONMENTS.
Senate,

XLIL Wayne and Ontario.
The apportionment Act of 1906, ap-

XLIII Steuben and Allegany. proved May 14, rearranges the Senate di

XLIV. Genesee, Wyoming and Livingtricts as follows:

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XLV and XLVI. Monroe, I. Suffolk and Nassau counties

XLVII. Niagara and Orleans.
IL Queens and Richmond,

XLVIII to L Erie.
III to IX. Kings.
X to XXII. New York.

LL Chautauqua and Cattaraugus XXIIL Westchester.

Assembly. XXIV. Orange and Rockland.

Counties Having 1 Member.--Allegany, XXV. Columbia, Dutchess and Put- Broome

| Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Che pam.

mung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, XXVI. Greene and Ulster.

Cortland. Delaware, Essex, Franklin, XXVII. Delaware, Sullivan and Che

Fulton and Hamilton, Genessee, Greene, nango.

Herkimer, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, XXVIII Albany.

Montgomery, Nassau, Ontario, Orleans, XXIX. Rensselaer.

Oswego, Otsego, Putnam, Richmond, XXX. Washington, Essex and Clinton.

Rockland, Saratoga Schenectady, SckoXXXI. Saratoga and Schenectady.

hario. Schuyler, Seneca, Sullivan, Tioga, XXXII. Warren, Fulton, Hamilton

Tompkins, Warren, Washington, Wayne, and Montgomery.

Wyoming and Yates. XXXIII. Herkimer. Otsego and Schon Two Members.-Chautauqua, Dutchess, harie.

Jefferson, Niagara, Orange, Rensselaer, XXXIV. St. Lawrence and Franklin. | St. Lawrence, Steuben, Suffolk and Ulster, · XXXV., Jefferson and Lewis.

Three Members.-Albany, Oneida and XXXVI. Oneida,

Onondaga XXXVII. Oswego and Madison.

Four Members.--Queens and WestXXXVIII. Onondaga.

chester, XXXIX. Cortland, Broome and Tioga! Five Members.- Monroe.

XL. Chemung. Schuyler and Tomp Nine Members.- Erie. kins.

Twenty-three Members.--Kings XLI. Cayuaga, Seneca and Yates.

Thirty-five Members. New York.

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GOVERNORS OF NEW-YORK STATE. The following table gives the names and politics and the terms which the Gov. ernors of New-York State have served since the first election. Those marked with an asterisk were elected for three year terms and the others for two year terms. Name. Politics. Years served. 1 Name.

Politics. Years served *George Clinton......... R. .....1777-1795 | Washington Hunt...,..Whig.....1851-1853 • John Jay.......

..Federal.... 1795-1801 Horatio Seymour.......D.........1853-1857 *George Clinton.......D, R......1801-1804 | Myron H. Clark .......Whig.....1855-1807 *Morgan Lewis.......D. R......1804-1807 John A. King..........R..... .. 1857-1859 *D. D. Tompkins.....D. R......1808-1817 | Edwin D. Morgan......R........1859-1863 (John Taylor, Lieutenant-Governor, suc

Horatio Seymour......

1863-1865 U ceeded D. D. Tompkins when he became Reuben E. Fenton....

.1865-1869 Vice-President, March 4, 1817.

John T. Hoffman.......

1869-1873 De Witt Clinton.....D. R......1817-1823 John A. Dix........

.1873-1876 Joseph C. Yates......D. R......1823-1826 Samuel J. Tilden.....

1875-1877 De Witt Clinton.......D. R......1826-1828 DR. 1826-1828 *Lucius Robinson.....

1877-1880 • (Nathaniel Pitcher, Lieut.-Gov., suc

*Alonzo B. Cornell....

... 1880-1883 ceeded Gov, Clinton February 11, 1828. *Grover Cleveland......D........1883-1886 Martin Van Buren.....D.........1829

(David B. Hul, Lieutenant-Governor, (Enos T. Throop, Lleut.-Gov., suo succeeded Governor Cleveland Jan. 6, 1888. ceeded Gov. Van Buren March 12, 1829.) David B. Hill......

..1885–1892 Enos T. Throop........D.........1831-1833 * Roswell P. Flower...

.1892-1895 William L. Marcy..... .........1833-1839 Levi P. Morton......

.1895–1897 William H. Seward....Whig.....1839-1843 Frank S. Black......

1897-1899 William C. Bouck......D.........1843-18-15 Theodore Roosevelt....

1899-1901 Silas Wright...........D.........1845-1817 B. B, Odell jr.........

.197 1-1906 John Young............W

...... Whig.....1847-1849
18.....16
Frank W. Higgins......

.1905-1907 Hamilton Fish, ........ Whig.....1849-1851 Charles E. Hughes.....R........ 1907-1903

NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD. The National Guard consists of one field hospital, two companies of signal corps, two squadrons of cavalry and two separate troops of cavalry, four batteries of light artillery, one regiment of coast artillery, one regiment of engineers and I fourteen regiments, three battalions and forty-eight separate companies of in fantry, constituting the 1st, 20 and 10th regiments and the 1st. 20 and 3d battalions

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The strength of the guard September 30, 1906, was as follows: General and staff officers........... 64 | Light batteries ....

378 Field Hospital .....

14 | Coast Artillery ....

..... 1,176 Signal Corps ......

184 | Infantry .........

....11,681 Engineers

706 Cavalry .......

538 Total

............14,741 The National Guard is commanded under the orders of the Governor by Major General Charles F. Roe, with headquarters at the capitol, Albany, and an office at No. 280 Broadway, New York city, to which headquarters are attached the Field Hospital, 1st and 2d companies, Signal Corps; Squadrons A and C Troops B and D, Cavalry; the 1st, 2d, 3d and 6th batteries, Light Artillery; the 13th Begiment, Coast Artillery, and the 22d Regiment, Engineers

The infantry is organized in four brigades, as follows:

First Brigade Brigadier General George Moore Smith; headquarters, No. 50 East 59th street, New York city; composed of the 7th, 8th, 9th, 12th, 69th and Sist regiments.

Second Brigaden-Brigadier General James McLeer; headquarters, Municipal Building. Brooklyn, N. Y.; composed of the 14th, 230 and 47th regiments.

Third Brigade-Brigadier General James H. Lloyd; headquarters, No. 72 Chapel street, Albany; composed of the 1st, 2d and 10 regiments.

Fourth Brigade Brigadier General Lauren W. Pettebone; headquarters, No. 451 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.; composed of the 65th and 74th regiments and ist, d and 3d battalions.

The Naval Militia is commanded, under the orders of the Governor, by Captain Jacob wWliam Miller, with headquarters on board the U. S. S. Granite State, foot of East 24th street, New York city, and is composed of the 1st and 2d battalions and 2d Separate Division. The strength of the Naval Militia is 49 officers and 602 enlisted men, a total of 651.

The infantry is organi and the 22d Recim batteries, Light

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NEW-YORK STATE COMMITTEES.

REPUBLICAN. Chairman, Timothy L. Woodruff, Brooklyn; secretary, Lafayette B. Gleason, New York; treasurer, George R. Sheldon, New York. Headquarters, No. 12 East 30th st., New York. District,

| District. 1-John J. Bartlett, Greenport

17--Moses M, McKee, New-York. 2Harry Jaquillard, Brooklyn,

18-W. H. Ten Eyck, New York, 3-L. M. Swasey, Brooklyn.

19W. L. Ward, Port Chester. 4-Jacob A. Livingston, Brooklyn,

20_B. B. Odell jr., Newburg. --5-F. J. H. Kracke, Brooklyn,

21-L. F. Payn, Chatham. Timothy L Woodruff, Brooklyn.

-Cornelius V. Collins, Troy. 17-M. J. Dady, Brooklyn

23-William Barnes, jr., Albany. 18 George Cromwell, New Brighton, s. I. -Horace G. Tennant, Schoharie. C. H. Murray, New-York.

25-John K. Stewart, Amsterdam, 10-Samuel S. Koenig, New-York.

26-John F. O'Brien, West Chazy. 11_William Halpin, New-York,

27-Daniel F. Strobel, Herkimer. 12 John S. Shea, New-York.

28-J. T. Mott, Oswego. 13-Henry E. O'Brien, New-York.

29Francis Hendricks, Syracuse. I+Jos. H. De Bragga, Evergreen, L. I. 30—G, W. Dunn, Binghamton, 15_Wm. H. Douglass, New-York,

31-Charles H. Betts, Lyons. 16-Samuel Krulewitch, New-York.

32-G. W. Aldridge. Rochester, 33J. Sloat Fassett, Elmira

36 John G. Wickser, Buffalo. 34 J. A. Merritt, Lockport.

37-G. H. Witter, Weissviie. 35—John Grimm, Jr., Buffalo.

Additional member, C. W. Anderson, N. Y.

DEMOCRATIC. Chairman. William J. Conners, Buffalo; secretary, John W. Potter. Marcy: 1 treasurer, Arthur A McLean, Newburg; clerk, John A. Mason, New York, District

District 1-Edwin Bailey, fr., Patchogue.

19-T. F. McAvoy. New York, 2-Joseph Cassidy, Long Island City. 20-J. J. Frawley, New-York, 3-M. J. Cummings, Brooklyn,

21-E. J. McGuire, New-York. 4 . W. Webber, Brooklyn.

22-L. F. Haffen, New-York. . Wogan, Brooklyn,

23-M, J. Walsh, Yonkers. 6-M, E. Butler, Brooklyn.

24-Arthur McLean, Newburg. 7-P. H. McCarren, Brooklyn.

25.-R. W. Chanler, Poughkeepsie. 8-J. L Shea, Brooklyn.

26-J. A. Betts, Catskill. 9-Conrad Hasenflug, Brooklyn.

27-Stephen 'Ryan, Norwich. 10 James P. Sinnott, Brooklyn,

28P. E. McCabe, Albany. 11--Daniel E. Finn, New York.

29_F. J. Molloy, Troy. 12-J. T. Oakley, New-York,

-John Anderson, jr., Newcomb. 13-P. J. Ryder, New-York.

-Frank Cooper, Schenectady, | 14C. F. Murphy, New-York,

Robert Wemple, Fultonville. 15-William Dalton, New-York.

Clinton Beckwith, Herkimer. 16-Maurice Featherson, New-York.

34-George Hall, Ogdensburg. 17-T. E. Rush, New-York.

--J. M. Fitzgerald, Sackett's Harbor. 18-J. J. Hagan, New-York.

36 . W. Potter, Marcy,

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Albany.....

. Albany..... Joseph Besch (R.)....1909 John Franey (R.).....190 Alleghany.. .Belmont.....

1309 Broome....... Binghamton .....John Patterson (R.)...1908 John A. Brown (R.)... 19 Cattaraugus.. Little Valley... De Hart H. Ames (R.).1909 Chas. H. Miller (R ... 18 Cayuga...... Auburn..... Geo. S. Fordyce (R.).. 1907 C. J. Warne (R). Chautauqua.. Mayville.... L. E. Button (R).....1909 E. J. McConnell R . 194 Chemung..... Elmira.... Merton Baldwin (R)..1909 Edwin D. Burgess (R.). 190 Chenango..

... Norwich.... ..W. E. Beardsley (R.).1909/W. A. Shepardson (R).190 Clinton..... Plattsburs......

Chauncey D. Allen (R.)1907 J. W. H. Holcombe(R)190
Columbia...
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John H. Jesup (R.)... 1908 Robert Storm (D ).....19

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Cortland.... Cortl'd Village.. John A. Wavle (1.)...1906 Luke J. McEvoy (D
Delaware...
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Charles Warner (D.)..1909 Charles Herring (D.). 190
Dutchess... Poughkeepsie...R. W. Chanler (1.)...1909 John M. Ham (D ).
Erie......
Buffalo.....

James Smith (D)....1908 John H. Price (R.)....190 Essex....

Elizabethtown.. Wells F. Nye (R.).....1909 George 9. Kidder (R). 190 Franklin.. .' Malone.... George S. Henry (R.).1908 Harvey J. Dudley (R

aley (R). 190 Fulton....

Johnston...... Jason Cook (R.)......1907 Chauncey Heagle (R.)..190 Genesee... Batavia...

Chas A. Williams (R.)1908 Charles B. Pixley (R.).190 Greene.....

Catskill.........W. H. Stewart (D.)...1909 D. G. Greene (R). Hamilton.. Lake Pleasant.. Edgar Call (D).......1907 Carl L. Fry (D)... Herkliner.. . Herkimer....... Austin B. Klock (R.).1909 Gersham Smith (R 190 Jeiferson.. Watertown..... Ezra D. Bellinger (R.).1908 . B. Johnson (R).. Kings..... Brooklyn....... M. J. Flaherty (M.O.).1907 C. T. Hartzheim (M.O.)190 Lewis...... .. Lowville..... .. Geo. S. Hubbard (R.). 1908 Lester B Parker (

R 190 Livingston.

.. Geneseo...... Platt C a lsted (R.)..1909 Henry B. Curtis (R)...190 Madison.... ..Morrisville. .. Wm. T. Tyler (R.)....1908 Wm. A. Northrup (R.).190 Monroe.......

...... Rochester... Wm. H. Craig (R.)...1908 Jas. L. Hotchkiss (R.). 190 Montgomery

... Ponda..... . Wm. T. Brice (R.).. 1907 H. Wagner, jr. (R)... 190 Nassau.... . Mineola......... W. Gildersleeve (R.)...1907 Thos. S. Cheshire (RJ.190 New York, New York City. Nicholas J. Hayes (D.).1907 Peter J. Dooling (D.)..190 Niagara...

Lockport..... ..T. Eckensperger (D.).1908 Hector M. Slocum (R). 190 Oneida.... Ulica....... Frederick Gilmore (D.).1909

-1900 Onondaga.. ..Syracuse..... Ontario.... Canandaigua. G. L Van Voorhis (P.)1909 J. M. Stoddard (R.).... 190 Orange...

Coshen....... A. L. Decker (R.).....1909 J. D. McGiffert (R.)... 190 Orleans...

Albion...... Weston Wetherbe (R.).1997 Geo. H. Rolffe (R).... 190 Oswego.... Oswego.... Henry Hilton (R)....1908 A. B. Simpson (R). Otsego... Cooperstow

G.M. Wedderspoon (R.)1908 W. Scott Root (R.).... 1901 Putnam... Carmel....

Joseph Barry (D).....1.909 Edw. C. Weeks (R). 1904 Queeng....... Jamaica.... Herbert J. Harvey (D.) 1909 John Niederstein (D)..190 Rensselaer. ... Troy......

J. L. Baucus (R)......1909 Jacob V. Jacobs (R). 1901 Richmond.... Richmond.. Joseph J. Barth (D.)..1909 C. L Bostwick (D.). .. 1904 Rockland ..... New City...

- - Cyrus M. Crum (D)... 190|| St. Lawrence. I Canton.......

....N. M. Hyland (R.)...1909 Chas. R. Walker (R)...190 Saratoga...... Ballston Spa.... John Bradley jr. (R.).1909 Geo. H. West (R). 1901 Schenectady.. Schenectady.....T. E. Leavitt (R.)....1908 Geo. M. Bostwick (R.).. 190 Schoharie..... Schoharie....... Menzo Haverly (D.)...1908 Clarke Shaule (D).....1904 Schuyler...... Watkins.... Seneca.....

Ovid....... Chas. P. Flynn (D.)..1909 H, J. Feehan (R.).....190 Steuben... Bath...... J. S. Billington (R.)..1909 John D. Wheeler (R.).

1901 Suffolk....

Riverhead... John S. Wells (R.)....1908 W. F. Fanagan (R.)..1909 Sullivan...

Monticello......J. Davidson (R)......1906 Gabriel F. Currey (R). 1901 Tioga......

Owego...... J. Parmalce (D).....1907 William B. Smith (R.).1909 Tompkins.

Ithaca..... John A. Genung (R.).1908 A, H. Overacker (R.). 1909 Ulster..... Kingston....... - 1903

1909 Warren....

Lake George.... Willard W. Hall (R).1909 Edwin C. Sisson (R.)...1909 Washington

Argyle..... Albert Pierce (R.)....1909 Ezra H. Snyder (R.)... 1909 Wayne.....

Lyons....... Jeremiah Collins (R.).1909 Ledyard S. Cuyler (R.).1908 Westchester.. White Plains....C. M. Lane (R)......1909 Leslie Sutherland (R.). 1907 Wyoming..... Warsaw.......R. E French (R)....1908 Ddw, M. Jennings R.). 1909 Yates........ Penn Yan.......Delmar J. Knapp (P.). 1809 Hezury T. Read (R). 1900

via P.) 1909 : McGiffert ... 190 terhe (R.).1901 A.B. Simpsont (.)...190

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• STATE CENSUS OF 1905. The population of the State of New York on June 1, 1905, was 8,066,672 compared with a population in 1900 of 7,268,894 and in 1890 of 6,003, 174, including indlang and other persons on Indian reservations. The increase in population between 1900 and 1905 was 797,778, or 1 per cent, against an increase during the preceding decade of 1,265,720, or 21.1 per cent. The population of the State in 1905 and 1900, respectively. was distributed by counties as follows:

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Albany

171,497 165,671 8,926 Allegany ..

43,259 41,501 1,758 Broome ............... ..........................

72,286 69, 149 3,137 Cattaraugus

65.894 65,643 251 ayuga .....................

65,311) 66,234 *923 ............ .. . Chautauqua

96.8821 88,314 8,568 Chemung

51,6051 54,063 2,458 Chenango ..

86,784 86,568) 216 Clinton ...

46,949 47.4301 *481 Columbia

42,868 43,211 343 Cortland

29,503 27,5761 1,927 Delaware

46,7881 46,4131 375 I Dutchess ........... ........... ....... ........

81,689 81,670

19 Brie ....

473,6821 433.6861 39,996 .. Essex

82,452 30,707 1,745 Franklin

7,012 42,853 4,159 Fulton

42,3301 42,842 *512 Geneseo ..

35,736 34,661 1,175 Greene

31, 2461 31,4781 Hamilton

4,912) 4,947 Herkimer ..

63.856 81,0491 2,807 Jefferson

80,459 76,748 8,711 Kings ..

,358,891 | 1,166,582 192,809 Lewis ..

26,643 27.427 *784 Livingston .

86,4501 37,059 *609 Madison .

29.690 40.5451 *855 .. Monroe ............................ ....... ....

235, 4.121 217,854 21,588 Montgomery ..... .

49,928 47,488 2,440 Nassau

69,477 55,448 14,029 New-York

2,384,326 2,050, 600 833, 726 Niagara

74,961 ...........

84, 744 ... .....................

9,783 Oneida

139,347 132,800 6,547 Onondaga

178,436 168,735 9,701 Ontario ...

62.691 49,605 3,086 Orange

108,270 103.8591 4,411 Orleans

31.3231 30, 164 1,159 Oswego ..

70,111 70,881 *770 Otsego

48,209) 48.939 *730 Putnam ................

13,787 ........................

14,169

882 Queens ...

108.241 152,999 45, 242 Rensseleri..

122,5791 121,697

882 Richmond ....

72.846) 67,021 5,825 Rockland

45,032 38,298 6,734 St. Lawrence

90,0431 89.083 960 Saratoga ...

62,657 61,089 1,568 Schenectady

71,334 46,852 24,482 Schoharie ..........

25,2731 26,854 •1.581 Schuyler ...... ....

15.122 15.811 *689 Seneca ......

25.315 28,114) *2,799 Steubens.

81,815 82.8221

#1,007 Suffolk

81,6531 77,582 4,071 Sullivan ...

84,795 32,306) 2,489 Tioga

26,8851 ......

27,951 •1,066 Tompkins

34.135 33.8301

305 Ulster

86.6611 88,422 *1,761 ................ Warren .....

31.935) 29,943 1,992 Washington

47.0591 45.624 1,435 Wayne

48,4411 48,660 *219 Westchester.

228.941 184,257 44,684 Wyoming .......

31.3551 30.4181 942 ...

19.408 Yates

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Totals .......

18.066,67217,268,894 797,778 *Decrease.

The plan of distributing the population of public institutions is not observed in the United States Census and the gains and losses due to this cause should be borne in mind in making comparisons with the results of the last Federal Census.

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