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HARTFORD: 

THE .CASE, LOCKWOOD & BRA1NARD CO., PRINTERS, 

1896. 



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PREFACE. 



As directed by the Statutes I present the Register for 1896. Its 
compilation has been performed with more than the usual accu- 
racy, if that were possible. .The votes of such towns as voted 
on the license question are given, and where no vote was taken 
the result of the last vote is given. For a list of the physicians 
in the state we are indebted to Dr. C. A. Lindsley of New 
Haven, Secretary of the State Board of Health. 



WILLIAM C. MOWRY, 

Secretary. 



Hartford, February 14, 1896. 



jl^^^^^My ii in i n m iii ii m i i n n ii 

»■■■■' 

51254 V3 



THE CAPITOL. 



In 1871 the General Assembly appointed a commission to con- 
tract for and fully complete a Capitol building in Hartford, and 
appropriated five hundred thousand dollars, authorizing the city 
of Hartford to appropriate and issue bonds to the extent of one 
million dollars for the same purpose. 

The commission accepted the present site from the city of Hart- 
ford and the plan of Mr. H. M. Upjohn of New York, as a design 
for the building. 

In 1873 the plan was changed to a design for the present fire- 
proof building, and one million dollars additional appropriated by 
the State. A new commission was also appointed. 

The General Assembly opened its first regular session in the 
building in January, 1879, but it was not fully completed until 
some months later. 

The entire cost, including heating and ventilating apparatus and 
such statuary as was placed at the time of erection, was $2,532,- 
524.43, and the cost of the furniture was about one hundred 
thousand dollars more. 

The rooms used for offices and by committees are numbered 
from 1 to 80. The Senate Chamber and Representatives Hall on 
the second floor, and the State Library on the third floor are not 
numbered. 

The dimensions are as follows : 

Extreme length, two hundred ninety-five feet, eight inches. 
Width of central part, one hundred eighty-nine feet four inches ; 
of wings, one hundred eleven feet, eight inches. Height from 
ground to top of roof, ninety-two feet, eight inches ; to top of 
crowning figure, two hundred fifty-seven feet, two inches. 



FIRST 
MONTH. 



JANUARY, 1896 



31 

DAY! 





Phases of 


THE IVSOON. 








13. 

Last Quarter. . 7 
New Moon. . .14 
First Quarter. 22 
Full Moon... 30 


II. M. 

10 25 morn. 
5 19 aft. 
9 42 aft. 
3 55 morn. 


Perigee 

Apogee 

Perigee .... 


D. 

.. 3 
. . 9 
..30 


ii. 
11 

11 
9 


M. 

— aft. 

— aft. 

— aft. 



Standard Time- That of the 75th Mer 


DIAN W 


'est from Greenwich. 


Day Day 


Day 


The Sun. 


Lexgtk 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


OF j OF 

i -., 


of 
Week. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


of 
Day. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 

"Water. 


Low 
Water. 


\ear.| Mo. 
















H. M. II. M. 


H. M. 


II. M. H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


1 1 


Wed. 


7 18 1 4 33 


9 15 


5 26 8 19 


10 56 


5 24 


2 i 2 


Thur. 


7 18 


4 34 


9 16 


6 44 8 58 


11 44 


6 13 


3 3 


Fri. 


7 18 


4 35 


9 17 


8 02 9 30 


aft. 


6 58 


4 


4 


Sat. 


7 18 


4 36 


9 18 


9 18 9 56 


1 20 


7 44 


5 


5 


Sux. 


7 18 


4 37 


9 19 


10 32| 10 21 


2 10 


8 32 


6 


6 


Mon. 


7 18 


4 38 


9 20 


11 48 10 45 


3 03 


9 24 


7 


7 


Tues. 


7 18 


4 39 


9 21 


morn 1 11 07 


4 02 


10 17 


8 


8 


Wed. 


7 18 


4 40 


9 22 


1 0.0 11 33 


5 05 


11 17 


9 


9 


Thur. 


7 18 


4 41 


9 23 


2 14 aft. 


6 16 


morn 


10 


10 


Fri. 


7 17 


4 42 


9 25 


3 28 12 40 


7 27 


20 


11 


11 


Sat, 


7 17 


4 43 


9 26 


4 39 1 24 


8 34 


1 22 


12 


12 


Sun. 


7 17 


4 44 


9 27 


5 44 2 19 


9 31 


2 20 


13 13 


Mon. 


7 17 


4 45 


9 28 


6 38 3 20 


10 23 


3 16 


14 14 


Tues. 


7 18 


4 48 


9 30 


7 23 4 26 


11 08 


4 06 


15 ! 15 


Wed. 


7 16 


4 47 


9 31 


7 59 5 33 


11 51 


4 52 


18 16 


Thur. 


7 16 


4 48 


9 32 


8 27 6 39 


morn 


5 36 


17 17 


Fri. 


7 15 


4 49 


9 34 


8 51 7 42 


30 


6 16 


18 18 


Sat, 


7 15 


4 50 


9 35 


9 11 8 44 


1 04 


6 54 


19 19 


Sun. 


7 14 


4 52 


9 38 


9 30 9 43 


1 36 

2 08 


7 31 


20 | 20 


Mon. 


7 14 


4 33 


9 39 


9 48 1 10 43 


8 08 


21 


21 


Tues. 


7 13 


4 54 


9 41 


10 06 11 46 


2 41 


8 46 


22 


22 


Wed. 


7 13 


4 55 


9 42 


10 28 morn 


3 18 


9 34 


23 


23 


Thur. 


7 12 4 56 


9 44 


10 52 48 


4 05 


10 29 


24 24 


Fri. 


7 11 4 58 


9 47 


11 22 1 53 


4 58 


11 32 


25 25 


Sat. 


7 101 4 59 


9 49 


aft. | 3 00 


5 55 


aft. 


26 26 


Sun. 


7 09; 5 00 


9 51 


12 47 4 07 


7 00 


1 39 


27 ! 27 


Mon. 


7 081 5 01 


9 53 


1 48 5 10 


8 00 


2 34 


28 


28 


Tues. 


7 07 5 02 


9 55 


2 59 6 04 


8 58 


3 26 


29 


29 


Wed. 


7 06| 5 04 


9 58 


4 17 6 49 


9 52 


4 15 


30 


30 


Thur. 


7 05| 5 05 


10 00 


5 38 7 26 


10 42 


5 02 


31 31 


Fri. 


7 04 5 06 


10 02 


6 59 7 56 


11 30 


5 47 



SECOND 
MONTH. 



FEBRUARY, 1896 



Phases of the Moon. 



29 
DAYS 



D. H. M. 

Last Quarter. .5 7 38 aft. 

New Moon... 13 11 13 morn. 

First Quarter. 21 4 15 aft. 



D. II. M. 

Full Moon... 28 2 51 aft. 

Apogee 16 3 — aft. 

Perigee 29 6 — morn. 



Standard Time- That of the 75th Mer 


idian West from Greenwich. 


Day Day 


Day 


The Sun. 


Length 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


OF 


OF 

Mo. 


OF 

Week. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


of 
Day. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 

Water. 


Low 
Water. 


Year. 




















ir. M. 


II. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


II. 31. 


II. M. 


II. 31. 


32 


1 


Sat. 


7 03 


5 08 


10 05 


8 16 


8 22 


aft. 


6 32 


33 


2 


Sun. 


7 02 


5 09 


10 09 


9 33 


8 46 


1 04 


7 18 


34 


3 


Mon. 


7 01 


5 10 


10 09 


10 48 


9 10 


1 54 


8 04 


35 


4 


Tues. 


7 00 


5 12 


10 12 


morn 


9 36 


2 45 


8 55 


36 


5 


Wed. 


6 59 


5 13 


10 14 


04 


10 06 


3 41 


9 52 


37 


6 


Tlmr. 


6 58 


5 14 


10 16 


1 19 


10 40 


4 47 


10 56 


38 7 


Fri. 


6 57 


5 15 


10 18 


2 32 


11 22 


6 05 


morn 


39 8 


Sat. 


6 56 


5 16 


10 20 


3 38 


aft. 


7 24 


05 


40 9 


Sun. 


6 54 


5 18 


10 22 


4 35 


1 11 


8 30 


1 12 


41 1 10 


Mon. 


6 53 


5 19 


10 26 


5 23 


2 16 


9 24 


2 12 


42 ! 11 


Tues. 


6 52 


5 21 


10 28 


6 00 


3 22 


10 11 


3 06 


4:) : 12 


Wed. 


6 50 


5 22 


10 32 


6 30 


4 28 


10 53 


3 55 


44 13 


Tlmr. 


6 49 


5 23 


10 34 


6 55 


5 32 


11 30 


4 39 


45 14 


Fri. 


6 48 


5 24 


10 36 


7 16 


6 33 


11 59 


5 19 


46 


15 


Sat. 


6 47 


5 25 


10 38 


7 36 


7 34 


morn 


5 53 


47 


16 


Sun. 


6 45 


5 27 


10 42 


7 54 


8 34 


30 


6 24 


48 


17 


Mon. 


6 44 


5 28 


10 44 


8 12 


9 35 


53 


6 54 


49 


18 


Tues. 


6 42 


5 30 


10 48 


8 32 


10 36 


1 20 


7 25 


50 


1!) 


Wed. 


6 41 


5 31 


10 50 


8 54 


11 40 


1 52 


7 59 


51 


20 


Tlmr. 


6 39 


5 32 


10 53 


9 20 


morn 


2 31 


8 40 


52 


21 


Fri. 


6 38 


5 33 


10 55 


9 52 


45 


3 17 


9 34 


53 


22 


Sat. 


6 37 


5 34 


10 57 


10 35 


1 51 


4 11 


10 42 


51 


2:5 


Sun. 


6 35 


5 35 


11 00 


11 29 


2 53 


5 14 


11 58 


55 


24 


Mod. 


6 34 


5 36 


11 02 


aft. 


3 50 


6 24 


aft. 


56 


25 


Tues. 


6 32 


5 37 


11 05 


1 47 


4 39 


7 34 


2 06 


57 


36 


Wed. 


6 31 


5 39 


11 08 


3 06 


5 19 


8 35 


2 58 




27 


Tlmr. 


6 29 


5 40 


11 11 


4 27 


5 52 


9 30 


3 47 


59 


28 


Fri. 


6 28 


5 41 


11 18 


5 47 


6 20 


10 22 


4 34 


60 


29 


Sat. 


6 26 


5 42 


11 16 


7 07 




6 46 


11 10 


5 1!) 










...... 





















THIRD 
MONTH. 



MARCH, 1896 



Phases of the Moon. 



31 
DAYS. 



D. II. M D. 

Last Quarter. 6 6 29 mom. Full Moon ...29 



New Moon... 14 5 48 morn. 
First Quarter. 22 6 57 morn. 



Apogee 14 

Perigee 28 



ir. m. 

22 morn. 

8 — aft. 

6 — aft. 



Standard Time- That of the 75th Meridian West from Greenwich. 



Day 


Day 


Day 

OF 

Week. 


The 


Sun. 


Length 

OF 

Day. 


The Moon. 


New H 


AVEN. 


OF j OF 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 
AVater. 


Low 

Water. 


Year. Mo. 




















II. M. 


II. M. 


H. M. 


II. M. 


H. M. 


H. BI. 


H. M. 


61 


1 


Sun. 


6 24 


5 44 


11 20 


8 20 


7 11 


11 57 


6 06 


62 


2 


Mon. 


6 23 


5 45 


11 22 


9 45 


7 37 


aft. 


6 49 


63 


3 


Tues. 


6 21 


5 46 


11 25 


11 03 


8 06 


1 31 


7 36 


64 


4 


Wed. 


6 19 


5 47 


11 28 


morn 


8 39 


2 24 


8 28 


65 


5 


Thur. 


6 18 


5 48 


11 30 


20 


9 19 


3 21 


9 26 


66 


6 


Fri. 


6 16 


5 49 


11 33 


1 30 


10 09 


4 35 


10 36 


67 


7 


Sat. 


6 15 


5 51 


11 36 


2 31 


11 05 


5 57 


11 50 


68 


8 


Sun. 


6 13 


5 52 


11 39 


3 22 


aft. 


7 14 


morn 


69 


9 


Mon. 


6 11 


5 53 


11 42 


4 02 


1 14 


8 15 


57 


70 


10 


Tues. 


6 10 


5 54 


11 44 


4 34 


2 20 


9 07 


1 58 


71 


11 


Wed. 


G 08 


5 55 


11 47 


4 59 


3 24 


9 51 


2 49 


72 


12 


Thur. 


6 07 


5 56 


11 49 


5 22 


4 26 


10 29 


3 36 


73 


13 


Fri. 


6 05 


5 57 


11 52 


5 41 


5 25 


11 00 


4 18 


74 


14 


Sat. 


6 03 


5 58 


11 55 


6 00 


6 23 


11 28 


4 54 


75 


15 


Sun. 


6 02 


5 59 


11 57 


6 19 


7 26 


11 50 


5 25 


76 


16 


Mon. 


6 00 


6 00 


12 00 


6 38 


8 28 


morn 


5 55 


77 


17 


Tues. 


5 59 


6 01 


12 02 


6 59 


9 30 


13 


6 25 


78 


18 


Wed. 


5 57 


6 02 


12 05 


7 25 


10 33 


41 


6 53 


79 


19 


Thur. 


5 55 


6 04 


12 09 


7 56 


11 38 


1 16 


7 21 


80 


20 


Fri. 


5 53 


6 05 


12 12 


8 31 


morn 


1 55 


8 08 


81 21 


Sat. 


5 52 


6 06 


12 14 


9 20 


42 


2 42 


9 00 


82 22 


Sun. 


5 50 


6 07 


12 17 


10 18 


1 40 


3 38 


10 08 


83 23 


Mon. 


5 49 


6 08 


12 19 


11 26 


2 30 


4 43 


11 26 


84 ( 24 


Tues. 


5 47 


6 09 


12 21 


aft. 


3 13 


5 55 


aft. 


85 ! 25 


Wed. 


5 45 


6 10 


12 25 


1 57 


3 48 


7 08 


1 36 


86 j 26 


Thur. 


5 43 


6 11 


12 28 


2 15 


4 18 


8 11 


2 28 


87 27 


Fri. 


5 42 


6 12 


12 30 


4 34 


4 44 


9 06 


3 16 


88 28 


Sat. 


5 40 


6 13 


12 33 


5 54 


5 09 


9 58 


3 02 


89 29 


Sun. 


5 38 


6 14 


12 36 


7 15 


5 35 


10 47 


3 48 


90 


30 


Mon. 


5 37 


6 15 


12 38 


8 36 


6 02 


11 35 


5 34 


91 


31 


Tues. 


5 35 


6 16 


12 41 


9 57 


5 35 


aft, 


6 20 



FOURTH 
MONTH. 



APRIL, 1896 

Phases of the Moon. 



30 
DAYS. 



D. H. M. 

Last Quarter. .4 7 24 aft. 

New Moon... 12 11 23 aft. 

First Quarter. 20 5 47 aft. 



D. H. M. 

Full Moon... 27 8 47 morn. 

Apogee 10 11 — aft. 

Perigee 20 4 — morn. 



Standard Time- That of the 75th Meridian West from Greenwich. 



Day 


Day 

OF 

Mo. 


Day 

OF 

Week. 


The 


Sun. 


Length 

of 

Day. 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


OF 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 
Water. 


Low 
Water. 


Ye ai:. 






















H. M. 


H. M. 


H. 31. 


H. 31. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. 31. 


92 


1 


Wed. 


5 33 


6 18 


12 45 


11 13 


7 13 


1 12 


7 09 


93 


2 


Thur. 


5 31 


6 19 


12 47 


morn 


8 00 


2 06 


8 03 


94 


3 


Fri. 


5 30 


6 20 


12 50 


20 


8 56 


3 08 


9 06 


95 


4 


Sat. 


5 28 


6 21 


12 53 


1 16 


9 59 


4 21 


10 18 


96 


5 


Sun. 


5 26 


6 22 


12 56 


2 01 


11 05 


5 40 


11 31 


97 


6 


Mon. 


5 25 


6 23 


12 58 


2 35 


aft. 


6 50 


morn 


98 


7 


Tues. 


5 23 


6 24 


13 01 


3 02 


1 16 


7 48 


36 


99 


8 


Wed. 


5 22 


6 25 


13 03 


3 25 


2 20 


8 36 


1 34 


100 


9 


Thur. 


5 20 


6 26 


13 06 


3 47 


3 20 


9 18 


2 25 


101 


10 


Fri. 


5 19 


6 27 


13 07 


4 07 


4 18 


9 52 


3 10 


102 


11 


Sat. 


5 17 


6 28 


13 11 


4 25 


5 19 


10 22 


3 49 


103 


12 


Sun. 


5 15 


6 30 


13 15 


4 44 


6 20 


10 49 


4 25 


104 13 


Mon. 


5 13 


6 31 


13 18 


5 04 


7 23 


11 15 


4 58 


10) j 14 


Tues. 


5 12 


6 32 


13 21 


5 29 


8 26 


11 40 


5 29 


106 


15 


Wed. 


5 10 


6 33 


13 23 


5 57 


9 31 


morn 


6 01 


107 


16 


Thur. 


5 09 


6 34 


13 25 


6 33 


10 35 


11 


6 35 


108 


17 


Fri. 


5 07 


6 35 


13 28 


7 18 


11 34 


48 


7 09 


109 


18 


Sat. 


5 06 


6 36 


13 30 


8 11 


morn 


1 30 


7 52 


110 


19 


Sun. 


5 04 


6 37 


13 33 


9 16 


26 


2 19 


8 46 


111 


20 


Mon. 


5 03 


6 38 


13 35 


10 25 


1 10 


3 15 


9 51 


112 


21 


Tues. 


5 01 


6 39 


13 37 


11 38 


1 46 


4 19 


11 00 


113 


22 


Wed. 


4 59 


6 40 


13 41 


aft. 


2 17 


5 30 


aft. 


114 


23 


Thur. 


4 58 


6 41 


13 43 


2 10 


2 43 


6 41 


1 03 


115 | 24 


Fri. 


4 57 


6 42 


13 45 


3 D6 


3 08 


7 45 


1 58 


116 25 


Sat. 


4 56 


6 43 


13 47 


4 44 


3 33 


8 41 


2 46 


117 |26 


Sun. 


4 54 


6 44 


13 50 


6 04 


3 59 


9 35 


3 33 


118 27 


Mon. 


4 53 


6 45 


13 52 


7 26 


4 29 


10 24 


4 21 


119 28 


Tues. 


4 51 


6 46 


13 55 


8 46 


5 04 


11 14 


5 08 


120 29 


Wed. 


4 50 


6 47 


13 57 


10 00 


5 48 


aft. 


5 57 


121 80 


Thur. 


4 49 


6 48 


13 59 


11 04 


6 41 


12 56 


6 48 















FIFTH 
MONTH. 



MAY, 189 6 



31 

DAY! 



Phases of the Moon. 



D. H. M. 

Last Quarter. .4 10 25 morn. 

New Moon... 12 2 47 aft. 

First Quarter. 20 1 21 morn. 



D. H. M. 

Full Moon . . .26 4 56 aft. 

Apogee 8 11 — morn. 

Perigee 24 6 — morn. 



Standard Time — That of the 75th Meridian West from Greenwich. 



Day 


Day 


Day 

OF 

Week. 


The Sun. 


Length 

of 

Day. 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


of 


of 
Mo. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 
Water. 


Low 
Water. 


Year. 






















II. M. 


II. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


122 


1 


Fri. 


4 48 


6 50 


14 02 


11 55 


7 44 


1 51 


7 44 


123 


2 


Sat. 


4 46 


6 51 


14 05 


mora 


8 52 


2 52 


8 46 


124 


3 


Sun. 


4 45 


6 52 


14 07 


34 


9 59 


4 00 


9 54 


125 


4 


Mon. 


4 44 


6 53 


14 09 


1 05 


11 06 


5 10 


11 02 


126 


5 


Tues. 


4 42 


r3 54 


14 12 


1 31 


aft. 


6 15 


morn 


127 


6 


Wed. 


4 41 


6 55 


14 14 


1 52 


1 11 


7 10 


05 


128 


7 


Thur. 


4 40 


6 56 


14 16 


2 12 


2 11 


7 55 


1 02 


129 


8 


Fri. 


4 39 


6 57 


14 18 


2 30 


3 10 


8 35 


1 54 


130 


9 


Sat. 


4 38 


6 58 


14 20 


2 48 


4 11 


9 10 


2 36 


131 


10 


Sun. 


4 37 


6 59 


14 22 


3 10 


5 13 


9 40 


3 18 


132 


11 


Mon. 


4 36 


7 00 


14 24 


3 33 


6 16 


10 12 


3 55 


133 


12 


Tues. 


4 35 


7 01 


14 26 


4 01 


7 23 


10 41 


4 30 


134 


13 


Wed. 


4 34 


7 02 


14 28 


4 34 


8 27 


11 13 


5 06 


135 


14 


Thur. 


4 33 


7 03 


14 30 


5 16 


9 29 


11 50 


5 44 


136 


15 


Fri. 


4 32 


7 04 


14 32 


6 08 


10 23 


morn 


6 22 


137 


16 


Sat. 


4 31 


7 05 


14 34 


7 09 


11 10 


31 


7 01 


138 


17 


Sun. 


4 30 


7 06 


14 36 


8 22 


11 47 


1 15 


7 47 


139 


18 


Mon. 


4 29 


7 07 


14 38 


9 28 


morn 


2 04 


8 38 


140 


19 


Tues. 


4 28 7 08 


14 40 


10 42 


45 


3 00 


9 34 


141 


20 


Wed. 


4 27| 7 09 


14 42 


11 56 


1 10 


4 00 


10 34 


142 21 


Thur. 


4 27 7 10 


14 43 


aft, 


1 34 


5 05 


11 33 


143 


22 


Fri. 


4 26 7 11 


14 45 


2 23 


1 58 


6 14 


aft. 


144 


23 


Sat. 


4 25 7 11 


14 46 


3 40 


2 26 


7 18 


1 25 


145 


24 


Sun. 


4 24 


7 12 


14 48 


4 59 


2 58 


8 18 


2 28 


146 


25 


Mon. 


4 24 


7 13 


14 49 


6 19 


3 37 


9 14 


3 09 


147 


26 


Tues. 


4 23 


7 14 


14 51 


7 36 


4 26 


10 07 


4 01 


148 


27 


Wed. 


4 23 


7 14 


14 51 


8 45 


5 25 


10 59 


4 49 


149 


28 


Thur. 


4 22 


7 15 


14 53 


9 43 


6 31 


11 51 


5 39 


150 


29 


Fri. 


4 22 


7 16 


14 54 


10 28 


7 41 


aft. 


6 32 


151 


30 


Sat. 


4 21 


7 17 


14 56 


11 02 


8 51 


1 36 


7 25 


152 31 


Sun. 


4 21 


7 17 


14 56 


11 31 


9 57 


2 32 


8 22 



SIXTH 
MONTH. 



JUNE, 1896 



Phases of the Moon. 



30 
DAYS 



D. II. M. 

Last Quarter. .332 morn. 
New Moon... 11 3 43 morn. 
First Quarter. 18 6 41 morn. 



Full Moon 

Apogee 

Perigee . . . 



D. H. M. 

.25 1 55 morn. 

.5 4 — morn. 

.20 10 — morn. 



Stand 


ARD 


Time— That of the 75th Mer 


idian West from'Cre 


iNWICH. 


Day 


Day 

OF 

Mo. 


Day 

OP 

Week. 


The 


Sun. 


Length 

of 

Day. 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


OF 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 
Water. 


Low 

Water. 


Year. 
























II. M. 


H. M. 


II. M. 


II. M. 


H. 31. 


H. 31. 


153 


1 


Mou. 


4 20 


7 18 


14 58 


11 55 


11 00 


3 28 


9 22 


154 


2 


Tues. 


4 20 


7 19 


14 59 


morn 


aft, 


4 26 


10 23 


155 


3 


Wed. 


4 20 


7 20 


15 00 


14 


12 01 


5 23 


11 22 


156 


4 


Thur. 


4 19 


7 21 


15 02 


34 


1 01 


6 14 


morn 


157 


5 


Fri. 


4 19 


7 22 


15 03 


54 


2 01 


7 00 


18 


158 


6 


Sat. 


4 19 


7 22 


15 03 


1 13 


3 03 


7 42 


1 09 


159 


7 


Sun. 


4 18 


7 23 


15 05 


1 35 


4 06 


8 21 


1 57 


160 


8 


Mon. 


4 18 


7 24 


15 06 


2 01 


5 09 


9 00 


2 42 


161 


9 


Tues. 


4 18 


7 24 


15 06 


2 32 


6 16 


9 37 


3 24 


162 


10 


Wed. 


4 18 


7 25 


15 07 


3 12 


7 19 


10 15 


4 04 


163 


11 


Thur. 


4 18 


7 25 


15 07 


4 01 


8 17 


10 55 


4 44 


164 


12 


Fri. 


4 18 


7 26 


15 08 


5 00 


9 06 


11 36 


5 26 


165 


13 


Sal. 


4 18 


7 26 


15 08 


6 07 


9 47 


morn 


6 08 


166 


14 


Sun. 


4 18 


7 27 


15 09 


7 19 


10 21 


20 


52 


167 


15 


Mon. 


4 18 


7 27 


15 09 


8 33 


10 49 


1 06 


7 36 


168 


16 


Tues. 


4 18 


7 28 


15 10 


9 47 


11 14 


1 54 


s U 


169 


17 


Wed. 


4 18 


7 28 


15 10 


10 59 


11 37 


L 2 46 


9 14 


170 


18 


Thur. 


4 18 


7 28 


15 10 


aft, 


morn 


3 42 


10 08 


171 


19 


Fri. 


4 18 


7 28 


15 10 


1 26 


01 


4 43 


11 04 


172 


20 


Sat. 


4 18 


7 28 


15 10 


2 39 


26 


5 50 


aft. 


173 


21 


Six. 


4 18 


7 29 


15 11 


3 58 


54 


6 58 


1 01 


174 


32 


Mou. 


4 19 


7 29 


15 10 


5 16 


1 31 


8 02 


1 58 


175 


2a 


Tues. 


4 19 


7 29 


15 10 


6 26 


2 15 


9 03 


8 :»! 


176 


24 


Wed. 


4 19 


7 29 


15 10 


7 29 


3 09 


o 56 


:; 17 


i:; 


25 


Thur. 


4 19 


7 29 


15 10 


8 20 


4 12 


10 50 


A 38 


178 


26 


Fri. 


4 19 


7 29 


15 10 


8 59 


5 21 


11 42 


5 2* 


179 


r, 


Bat. 


4 20 


7 29 


15 09 


9 30 


6 31 


aft. 


is 


IS.) 


28 


8l N. 


4 20 


7 89 


15 09 


9 5(5 


7 40 


1 10 


7 on 


181 


29 


.M<m. 


4 21 


3 99 


15 08 


10 19 


8 46 


2 02 


3 :.i 


189 


80 


Tues. 


4 22 


3 99 




15 07 


10 38 


9 48 


2 46 


s 4£ 









SEVENTH 
MONTH. 



JULY, 1896 



31 
DAYS 



Phases of the Moon 



d. H. M. 

Last Quarter. .2 8 23 aft. 

New Moon... 10 2 35 aft. 

First Quarter. 17 11 4 morn. 

Full Moon . . .24* «0 4tx*ftfP 



D. H. M. 

Apogee 2 10 — aft. 

Perigee 15 1 — aft. 

Apogee 30 5 — aft. 



Standard 


Time— That of the 75 


th Meridian West from Greenwich. 


Day 


Day 

OF 

Mo. 


Day 

op 

Week. 


The 


Sun. 


Length 

of 

Day. 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


OF 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 
Water. 


Low 

Water. 


Year. 






















H. M. 


H. M. 


H. 31. 


H. 31. 


H. 31. 


H. 31. 


II. 31. 


183 


1 


Wed. 


4 22 


7 29 


15 07 


10 57 


10 49 


3 31 


9 32 


184 


2 


Tlmr. 


4 23 


7 28 


15 05 


11 16 


11 49 


4 15 


10 25 


185 


3 


Fri. 


4 23 


7 28 


15 05 


11 37 


aft. 


5 00 


11 30 


186 


4 


Sat. 


4 24 


7 28 


15 04 


morn 


1 53 


5 48 


morn 


187 


5 


Sun. 


4 25 


'7 27 


15 02 


01 


2 58 


6 39 


17 


188 


6 


Mon. 


4 26 


7 27 


15 01 


30 


4 01 


7 30 


1 11 


189 


7 


Tues. 


4 26 


7 27 


15 01 


1 06 


5 06 


8 18 


2 02 


190 


8 


Wed. 


4 27 


7 26 


14 59 


1 51 


6 06 


9 06 


2 50 


191 9 


Tlmr. 


4 28 


7 26 


14 58 


2 46 


7 00 


9 52 


3 37 


192 j 10 


Fri. 


4 28 


7 25 


14 57 


3 52 


7 44 


10 38 


4 21 


193 11 


Sat. 


4 29 


7 25 


14 56 


5 05 


8 21 


11 24 


5 05 


194 | 12 


Sun. 


4 30 


7 24 


14 54 


6 19 


8 52 


morn 


5 49 


195 


13 


Mon. 


4 30 


7 24 


14 54 


7 35 


9 18 


09 


6 32 


19G 


14 


Tues. 


4 31 


7 23 


14 52 


8 49 


9 42 


, 54 


7 16 


197 


15 


Wed. 


4 32 


7 23 


14 51 


10 03 


10 05 


1 41 


8 01 


198 


16 


Thur. 


4 33 


7 22 


14 49 


11 16 


10 30 


2 30 


8 49 


199 


17 


Fri. 


4 33 


7 21 


14 48 


aft. 


10 57 


3 22 


9 40 


200 


18 


Sat. 


4 34 


7 21 


14 47 


1 46 


11 31 


4 21 


10 38 


201 


19 


Sun. 


4 35 


7 20 


14 45 


3 02 


morn 


5 31 


11 41 


202 


20 


Mon. 


4 36 


7 19 


14 43 


4 15 


10 


6 47 


aft. 


203 


21 


Tues. 


4 36 


7 19 


14 43 


5 19 


59 


7 58 


1 49 


204 


22 


Wed. 


4 37 


7 18 


14 41 


6 13 


1 59 


9 02 


2 49 


205 


23 


Thur. 


4 38 


7 17 


14 39 


6 54 


3 05 


9 58 


3 42 


208 


24 


Fri. 


4 39 


7 16 


14 37 


7 31 


4 15 


10 46 


4 31 


207 


25 


Sat. 


4 40 


7 15 


14 35 


7 58 


5 25 


11 30 


5 18 


208 26 


Sun. 


4 41 


7 14 


14 33 


8 21 


6 31 


aft. 


6 00 


209 


27 


Mon. 


4 42 


7 13 


14 31 


8 42 


7 35 


12 51 


6 41 


210 


28 


Tues. 


4 43 


7 12 


14 29 


9 01 


8 38 


1 25 


7 20 


211 


29 


Wed. 


4 44 


7 11 


14 27 


9 20 


9 38 


1 58 


7 58 


212 


30 


Thur. 


4 45 


7 11 


14 26 


9 40 


10 40 


2 30 


•8 39 


213 


31 


Fri. 


4 46 


7 10 


14 24 


10 00 


11 41 


3 05 


9 24 



EIGHTH 
MONTH. 



AUGUST, 18 96, 



31 
DAYS. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Last Quarter. . 1 
New Moon ... 9 
First Quarter. 15 
Full Moon ...23 



M. 

34 aft. 

2 morn. 

3 aft. 

4 morn. 



D. H 

Last Quarter. 31 5 
Perigee 11 



M. 

5 55 morn. 
1 — aft. 



A P 



^2^7 10 — morn. 



Standard Time — That of the 75th Meridian West from Greenwich. 


Day 


Day 

OF 

Mo. 


Day 

OF 

Week. 


The 


Sun. 


Length 

of 

Day. 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


of 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 
Water. 


Low 

Water. 


Year. 






















H. M. 


II. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


214 


1 


Sat. 


4 47 


7 09 


14 22 


10 29 


aft, 


3 48 


10 18 


215 


2 


Sun. 


4 48 


7 08 


14 20 


11 01 


1 45 


4 38 


11 18 


216 


3 


Mon. 


4 49 


7 07 


14 18 


11 41 


2 50 


5 37 


morn 


217 


4 


Tues. 


4 50 


7 05 


14 15 


morn 


3 52 


6 40 


22 


218 


5 


Wed. 


4 51 


7 04 


14 13 


32 


4 48 


7 42 


1 23 


219 


6 


Tlmr. 


4 52 


7 02 


14 10 


1 32 


5 37 


8 38 


2 18 


220 


7 


Fri. 


4 53 


7 01 


14 08 


2 42 


6 18 


9 30 


3 08 


221 


8 


" Sat. 


4 54 


7 00 


14 06 


3 58 


6 51 


10 20 


3 54 


222 


9 


Sun. 


4 55 


6 59 


14 04 


-5 14 


7 21 


11 07 


4 39 


223 


10 


Mon. 


4 56 


6 58 


14 02 


6 31 


7 48 


11 52 


5 22 


224 


11 


Tues. 


4 57 


6 57 


14 00 


7 47 


8 13 


morn 


6 05 


225 


12 


Wed. 


4 58 


6 55 


13 57 


9 03 


8 36 


37 


6 48 


226 


13 


Thur. 


4 59 


6 53 


13 54 


10 20 


9 01 


1 24 


7 34 


227 


14 


Fri. 


5 00 


6 52 


13 52 


11 37 


9 33 


2 12 


8 22 


228 


15 


Sat. 


5 01 


6 50 


13 49 


aft. 


10 10 


3 10 


9 15 


229 


16 


Sun. 


5 02 


6 49 


13 47 


2 07 


10 56 


4 17 


10 18 


230 


17 


Mon. 


5 03 


6 48 


13 45 


3 13 


11 51 


5 28 


11 28 


231 


18 


Tues. 


5 04 


6 46 


13 42 


4 10 


morn 


6 45 


aft. 


232 


19 


Wed. 


5 05 


6 45 


13 40 


4 56 


56 


8 00 


1 44 


233 


20 


Thur. 


5 06 


6 44 


13 38 


5 31 


2 02 


8 58 


2 41 


234 


21 


Fri. 


5 07 


6 42 


13 35 


6 01 


3 11 


9 50 


3 33 


235 


22 


Sat. 


5 08 


6 41 


13 33 


6 25 


4 18 


10 34 


4 20 


236 


23 


Sun. 


5 09 


6 39 


13 30 


6 46 


5 23 


11 12 


5 01 


237 


24 


Mon. 


5 10 


6 38 


13 28 


7 0i) 


6 25 


11 47 


5 40 


238 


25 


Tues. 


5 11 


6 37 


13 27 


7 24 


7 26 


aft. 


6 14 


239 


26 


Wed. 


5 12 


6 35 


13 23 


7 45 


8 27 


12 44 


6 45 


240 27 


Thur. 


5 13 


6 34 


13 21 


8 06 


9 28 


1 10 


7 14 


241 


28 


Fri. 


5 14 


6 32 


13 18 


8 30 


10 30 


1 39 


7 49 


242 


29 


Sat. 


5 15 


6 30 


13 15 


9 00 


11 33 


2 15 


8 29 


243 


•30 


Sun. 


5 16 


6 28 


13 12 


9 36 


aft. 


2 56 


9 18 


244 


31 


Mon. 


5 17 


G 26 


13 09 


10 20 


1 37 


3 48 


10 21 



NINTH 
MONTH. 



SEPTEMBER, 1896. 

Phases of the Moon. 



30 
DAYS. 



D. H. M. 

New Moon... 7 8 43 morn. 

First Quarter. 13 11 10 aft, 

Full Moon ...21 5 49 aft. 



D. IT. M. 

Last Quarter. 29 8 58 aft. 

Perigee 8 3 — aft. 

Apogee 23 10 — aft. 



Standard Time- That of the 75th Meridian V\i 


est from Greenwich. 


Day 


Day 


Day 


The 


Sun. 


Length 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


of 


of 
Mo. 


OF 

Week. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


of 
Day. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 
Water. 


Low 

Water. 


Year. 




















H. M. 


II. M. 


H. 31. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


245 


1 


Tues. 


5 18 


6 24 


13 06 


11 15 


2 36 


4 48 


11 34 


246 


2 


Wed. 


5 19 


6 23 


13 04 


morn 


3 27 


5 57 


morn 


247 


3 


Thur. 


5 20 


6 21 


13 01 


20 


4 10 


7 08 


44 


248 


4 


Fri. 


5 21 


6 20 


12 59 


1 32 


4 47 


8 10 


1 42 


249 


5 


Sat. 


5 22 


6 18 


12 56 


2 48 


5 18 


9 06 


2 35 


250 


6 


Sun. 


5 23 


6 17 


12 54 


4 05 


5 45 


9 57 


3 23 


251 


7 


Mon. 


5 24 


6 15 


12 51 


5 23 


6 10! 10 45 


4 08 


252 


8 


Tues. 


5 25 


6 13 


■ 12 48 


6 41 


6 35j 11 31 


4 52 


253 


9 


Wed. 


5 26 


6 11 


12 45 


7 59 


7 02 morn 


5 36 


254 


10 


Thur. 


5 27 


6 09 


12 42 


9 19 


7 33 17 


6 20 


255 


11 


Fri. 


5 28 


6 07 


12 39 


10 39 


8 09 


1 04 


7 06 


256 


12 


Sat. 


5 29 


6 06 


12 37 


11 55 


8 54 


1 54 


7 57 


257 


13 


Sun. 


5 30 


6 04 


12 34 


aft. 


9 46 


2 51 


8 58 


258 


14 


Mon. 


5 31 


6 02 


12 31 


2 06 


10 47 


3 57 


10 01 


259 


15 


Tues. 


5 32 


6 00 


12 28 


'2 55 


11 54 


• 5 20 


11 17 


260 


16 


Wed. 


5 33 


5 59 


12 26 


3 34 


morn 


6 42 


aft, 


261 


17 


Thur. 


5 34 


5 58 


12 24 


4 04 


1 03! 7 48 


1 33 


262 


18 


Fri. 


5 35 


5 56 


12 21 


4 30 


2 09! 8 43 


2 28 


263 


19 


Sat. 


5 36 


5 54 


12 18 


4 52 


3 14 9 30 


3 17 


264 


20 


Sun. 


5 37 


5 52 


12 15 


5 12 


4 17! 10 10 


4 01 


265 


21 


Mon. 


5 38 


5 50 


12 12 


5 31 


5 18! 10 44 


4 40 


266 


22 


Tues. 


5 39 


5 48 


12 09 


5 50 


6 18i 11 15 


5 16 


267 


23 


Wed. 


5 40 


5 46 


12 06 


6 10 


7 19 11 41 


5 48 


268 


24 


Thur. 


5 41 


5 45 


12 04 


6 35 


8 21 aft. 


6 18 


269 


25 


Fri. 


5 42 


5 43 


12 01 


7 02 


9 23 12 28 


6 47 


270 26 


Sat. 


5 43 


5 42 


11 59 


7 35 


10 26! 1 00 


7 18 


271 


27 


Sun. 


5 45 


5 41 


11 56 


8 16 


11 28 j 1 37 


*7 54 


272 


28 


Mon. 


5 46 


5 39 


11 53 


9 06 


aft. 


2 20 


8 42 


273 


29 


Tues. 


5 47 


5 37 


11 50 


05 


1 19 


3 12 


9 45 


274 


30 


Wed. 


5 48 


5 35 


11 47 


1 11 


2 04 


4 14 


10 58 








1 ! ! i 





TENTH 
MONTH. 



OCTOBER, 1896, 



31 
DAYS. 



Phases of the Moon. 



D. H. M. 

New Moon... 6 5 18 aft. 

First Quarter. 13 9 47 morn. 

Fall Moon ...21 11 17 morn. 



D. H. M. 

Last Quarter. 29 10 21 morn. 

Perigee 6 12 midnight. 

Apogee 21 1 — morn. 



Standard Time— That of the 75th Meridian West from Greenwich. 



Day 


Day 
op 
Mo. 


Day 
op 

Week. 


The 


Sun. 


Length 

op 

Day. 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


op 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 
Water. 


Low 
Water. 


Year. 






















II. M. 


ir. hi-. 


h. m. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


275 


1 


Tlmr. 


5 49 


5 33 


11 44 


morn 


2 42 


5 24 


morn 


276 


2 


Fri. 


5 50 


5 32 


11 42 


23 


3 14 


6 35 


06 


277 


3 


Sat. 


5 51 


5 30 


11 39 


1 37 


3 43 


7 42 


1 06 


278 


4 


Sun. 


5 52 


5 29 


11 37 


2 54 


4 09 


8 38 


2 00 


279 


5 


Mon. 


5 53 


5 27 


11 34 


4 11 


4 34 


9 30 


2 49 


280 


6 


Tues. 


5 54 


5 25 


11 31 


5 29 


5 00 


10 20 


3 36 


281 


7 


Wed. 


5 55 


5 24 


11 29 


6 50 


5 30 


11 08 


4 22 


282 


8 


Tlmr. 


5 56 


5 22 


11 26 


8 12 


6 04 


11 58 


5 08 


283 


9 


Fri. 


5 57 


5 20 


11 23 


9 34 


6 48 


morn 


5 54 


284 


10 


Sat. 


5 58 


5 19 


11 21 


10 50 


7 37 


46 


6 43 


285 


11 


Sun. 


5 59 


5 17 


11 18 


11 58 


8 39 


1 40 


7 36 


286 


12 


Mon. 


6 00 


5 16 


11 16 


aft. 


3 45 


2 39 


8 36 


287 


13 


Tues. 


6 01 


5 14 


11 13 


1 34 


10 54 


3 50 


9 46 


288 


14 


Wed. 


6 02 


5 13 


11 11 


2 07 


morn 


5 08 


11 02 


289 


15 


Tlmr. 


6 04 


5 11 


11 07 


2 35 


02 


6 22 


aft. 


290 


16 


Fri. 


6 05 


5 09 


11 04 


2 57 


1 07 


7 24 


1 11 


291 


17 


Sat. 


6 06 


5 08 


11 02 


3 17 


2 10 


8 15 


2 06 


292 


18 


Sun. 


6 07 


5 06 


10 59 


3 38 


3 12 


9 06 


2 52 


293 


19 


Mon. 


6 08 


5 05 


10 57 


3 56 


4 11 


9 38 


3 36 


294 


20 


Tues. 


6 09 


5 04 


10 55 


4 16 


5 11 


10 11 


4 14 


295 


21 


Wed. 


6 11 


5 02 


10 51 


4 39 


6 13 


10 40 


4 49 


296 


22 


Tlmr. 


6 12 


5 01 


10 49 


5 06 


7 15 


11 05 


5 22 


297 


23 


Fri. 


6 13 


4 59 


10 46 


5 35 


8 17 


11 30 


5 54 


298 


24 


Sat. 


6 14 


4 57 


10 43 


6 21 


9 28 


11 58 


6 25 


299 


25 


Sun. 


6 15 


4 56 


10 41 


7 02 


10 19 


aft. 


6 58 


300 


26 


Mon. 


6 16 


4 55 


10 39 


7 57 


11 13 


1 10 


7 36 


301 


£7 


Tues. 


•6 18 


4 53 


10 35 


9 00 


aft. 


1 56 


8 25 


302 


28 


Wed. 


6 19 


4 52 


10 33 


10 08 


12 40 


2 48 


9 20 


303 


29 


Tlmr. 


6 20 


4 51 


10 31 11 19 


1 13 


3 48 


10 26 


304 


30 


Fri. 


6 21 


4 50 


10 291 morn 


1 42 


4 54 


11 24 


305 


31 


Sat. 


6 22 


4 49 


10 27 32 


2 07 


6 03 


morn 



ELEVENTH 
MONTH. 



NOVEMBER, 1896. 

Phases of the Moon. 



30 
DAYS. 



r>. ir m. 



New Moon... 5 2 27 morn. 
First Quarter. 12 41 morn. 
Full Moon . . .20 5 25 morn. 



D. H. M. 

Last Quarter. 27 9 44 aft, 

Perigee 4 — noon. 

Apogee 17 5 — morn. 



Standard 


Time — That of the 75 


TH MER 


idian West from Greenwich. 


Day Day 


DAT 


The 


Sun. 


Length 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


OF OF 


OF 

Week. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


of 
Day. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 

Water. 


Low 
Water. 


Yeah. Mo. 




















H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. 31. 


H. M. 


H. 31. 


H. 31. 


306 


1 


Sun. 


6 24 


4 47 


10 23 


1 45 


2 32 


7 10 


29 


807 


2 


Mon. 


6 25 


4 46 


10 21 


3 00 


2 57 


8 10 


1 25 


308 


3 


Tues. 


6 26 


4 44 


10 18 


4 18 


3 24 


9 05 


2 15 


309 


4 


Wed. 


6 28 


4 43 


10 15 


5 39 


3 57 


9 56 


3 04 


310 


5 


Tlmr. 


6 29 


4 42 


10 13 


7 01 


4 36 


10 48 


3 53 


311 


6 


Fri. 


6 30 


4 41 


10 11 


8 23 


5 23 


11 40 


4 42 


312 


7 


Sat. 


6 32 


4 40 


10 08 


9 37 


6 21 


morn 


5 32 


313 


8 


Sim. 


6 33 


4 39 


10 06 


10 40 


7 26 


31 


6 24 


314 


9 


Mon. 


6 34 


4 38 


10 04 


11 29 


8 38 


1 26 


7 19 


315 


10 


Tues. 


6 35 


4 37 


10 02 


aft. 


9 49 


2 28 


8 20 


316 


11 


Wed. 


6 37 


4 36 


9 59 


12 36 


10 58 


3 24 


9 26 


317 


12 


Thur. 


6 88 


4 35 


9 57 


1 01 


morn 


4 42 


10 35 


318 


13 


Fri. 


6 39 


4 34 


9 55 


1 22 


02 


5 47 


11 40 


319 


14 


Sat. 


6 40 


4 33 


9 53 


1 42 


1 04 


6 46 


aft. 


320 


15 


Sun. 


6 41 


4 32 


9 51 


2 02 


2 02 


7 36 


1 34 


321 


16 


Mon. 


6 42 


4 31 


9 49 


2 21 


3 04 


8 20 


1 21 


322 


17 


Tues. 


6 44 


4 31 


9 47 


2 43 


4 06 


9 00 


3 06 


823 


18 


Wed. 


6 45 


4 30 


9 45 


3 09 


5 07 


9 35 


3 47 


324 


19 


Thur. 


6 46 


4 29 


9 43 


3 39 


6 09 


10 05 


4 24 


325 


20 


Fri. 


6 47 


4 28 


9 41 


4 15 


7 12 


10 34 


4 59 


326 


21 


Sat. 


6 48 


4 28 


9 40 


5 00 


8 13 


11 03 


5 34 


327 


22 


Sun. 


6 50 


4 27 


9 37 


5 54 


9 09 


11 35 


6 09 


328 


23 


Mon. 


6 51 


4 26 


9 35 


6 54 


9 59 


aft. 


6 48 


329 


24 


Tues. 


6 52 


4 26 


9 34 


8 00 


10 40 


12 54 


7 28 


330 


25 


Wed. 


6 53 


4 25 


9 32 


9 09 


11 14 


1 40 


8 12 


331 


26 


Thur. 


8 54 


4 25 


9 31 


10 19 


11 44 


2 30 


9 02 


332 


27 


Fri. 


6 55 


4 24 


9 29 


11 30 


aft. 


3 27 


9 57 


333 


28 


Sat. 


6 56 


4 24 


9 28 


morn 


12 34 


4 28 


10 54 


334 


29 


Sun. 


6 57 


4 24 


9 27 


42 


12 57 


5 32 


11 53 


335 


30 


Mon. 


6 58 


4 23 


9 25 


1 55 


1 22 


6 88 


morn 






1 





TWELFTH 
MONTH. 



DECEMBER, 1896. 



31 
DAYS. 



Phases of the Moon. 



d. n. m. 

New Moon... 4 12 51 aft. 

First Quarter. 11 7 29 aft. 

Full Moon ...19 11 5 aft. 

Last Quarter. 27 7 9 morn. 



D. 

Perigee 2 

Apogee 14 

Perigee 30 



H. M. 

9 — aft. 

7 — aft. 

7 — aft. 



Standard Time- That of the 75th Mer 


DIAN VV 


est from Greenwich. 


Day 


Day 


Day 


The 


Sun. 


Length 


The Moon. 


New Haven. 


op 


op 
Mo. 


OF 

Week. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


OP 

Day. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


High 
Water. 


Low 

Water. 


Year. 




















H. M. 


II. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. lit. 


336 


1 


Tues. 


6 59 


4 23 


9 24 


3 12 


1 51 


7 42 


49 


337 


2 


Wed. 


7 00 


4 23 


9 23 


4 31 


2 26 


8 41 


1 44 


338 


3 


Thur. 


7 01 


4 23 


9 22 


5 52 


3 07 


9 38 


2 38 


339 


4 


Fri. 


7 02 


4 23 


9 21 


7 10 


4 01 


10 33 


3 30 


340 


5 


Sat. 


7 03 


4 23 


9 20 


8 19 


5 05 


11 26 


4 24 


341 


6 


Sun. 


7 04 


4 22 


9 18 


9 16 


6 16 


morn 


5 16 


342 


7 


Mon. 


7 05 


4 22 


9 17 


10 00 


7 29 


20 


6 09 


343 


8 


Tues. 


7 06 


4 22 


9 16 


10 34 


8 41 


1 14 


7 04 


344 


9 


Wed. 


7 07 


4 22 


9 15 


11 01 


9 48 


2 08 


8 00 


345 


10 


Thur. 


7 08 


4 23 


9 15 


11 25 


10 52 


3 05 


8 59 


346 


11 


Fri. 


7 08 


4 23 


9 15 


11 46 


11 54 


4 04 


10 00 


347 


12 


Sat. 


7 09 


4 23 


9 14 


aft. 


morn 


5 00 


10 59 


348 


13 


Sun. 


7 10 


4 23 


9 13 


12 25 


55 


5 54 


11 58 


349 


14 


Mon. 


7 11 


4 23 


9 12 


12 46 


1 55 


6 45 


aft. 


350 


15 


Tues. 


7 12 


4 24 


9 12 


1 10 


2 57 


7 32 


1 44 


351 


16 


Wed. 


7 12 


4 24 


9 12 


1 37 


3 59 


8 15 


2 32 


352 


17 


Thur. 


7 13 


4 24 


9 11 


2 12 


5 03 


8 52 


3 16 


353 


18 


Fri. 


7 14 


4 25 


9 11 


2 53 


6 04 


9 30 


3 57 


354 


19 


Sat. 


7 14 


4 25 


9 11 


3 46 


7 02 


10 07 


4 36 


355 


20 


Sun. 


7 15 


4 25 


9 10 


4 45 


7 55 


10 43 


5 15 


356 


21 


Mon. 


7 15 


4 26 


9 11 


5 50 


8 39 


11 21 


5 54 


357 


22 


Tues. 


7 16 


4 26 


9 10 


7 01 


9 16 


aft. 


6 34 


358 


23 


Wed. 


7 16 


4 27 


9 11 


8 12 


9 47 


12 42 


7 14 


359 


24 


Thur. 


7 16 


4 27 


9 11 


9 22 


10 14 


1 28 


7 55 


360 


25 


Fri. 


7 17 


4 28 


9 11 


10 33 


10 37 


2 16 


8 39 


361 


26 


Sat. 


7 17 


4 29 


9 12 


11 44 


11 01 


3 07 


9 30 


362 


27 


Sun. 


7 17 


4 29 


9 12 


morn 


11 25 


4 03 


10 23 


363 


28 


Mod. 


7 17 


4 30 


9 13 


57 


11 51 


5 05 


11 21 


364 


29 


Tues. 


7 18 


4 31 


9 13 


2 13 


aft. 


6 14 


morn 


365 


30 


Wed. 


7 18 


4 32 


9 14 


3 29 


1 00 


7 22 


22 


366 


31 


Thur. 


7 18 


4 33 


9 15 


4 46 


1 46 


8 30 


1 23 



DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 

IN CONGRESS, 

July 4, 1776. 



THE UNANIMOUS DECLARATION 



THIRTEEN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and 
equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, 
that they are endowed, by their Creator, with certain unalienable rights, 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the governed, that whenever any form 
of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the 
people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government, laying 
its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form 
as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 
Prudence, indeed, will dictate, that governments long established should 
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all 
experience hath shown, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while 
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to 
which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpa- 
tions, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them 
under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off 



18 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 

such government, and to provide new guards for their future security. 
Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies, and such is now 
the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of gov- 
ernment. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history 
of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the estab- 
lishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let 
facts be submitted to a candid world. 

He has refused his assent to laws, the most wholesome and necessary 
for the public good. 

He has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing 
importance, unless suspended in their operation till his assent should be 
obtained; and when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to 
them. 

He has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large dis- 
tricts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of repre- 
sentation in the legislature, a right inestimable to them, and formidable to 
tyrants only. 

He has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomforta- 
ble, and distant from the depository of their public records, for the sole 
purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures. 

He has dissolved representative houses repeatedly, for opposing with 
manly firmness his invasions on the rights of the people. 

He has refused for a long time, after such dissolutions, to cause others 
V) be elected ; whereby the legislative powers, incapable of annihilation, 
lave returned to the people at large for their exercise; the State remain- 
/flg, in the meantime, exposed to all the dangers of invasion from with- 
out, and convulsions within. 

He has endeavored to prevent the population of these States ; for that 
purpose obstructing the laws for naturalization of foreigners ; refusing to 
pass others to encourage their migration hither, and raising the conditions 
of new appropriations of lands. 

He has obstructed the administration of justice by refusing his assent to 
laws for establishing judiciary powers. 

He has made judges dependent on his will alone, for the tenure of their 
offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries. 

He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of 
officers to harass our people, and eat out their substance. 

He has kept among us, in times of peace, standing armies, without the 
consent of our legislatures. 

He has affected to render the military independent of and superior to 
the civil power. 



DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 19 

He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to 
our constitution, and unacknowledged by our laws ; giving his assent to 
their acts of pretended legislation : 

For quartering large bodies of armed troops among us : 

For protecting them, by a mock trial, from punishment for any murders 
which they should commit on the inhabitants of these States : 

For cutting off our trade with all parts of the world : 

For imposing taxes on us without our consent : 

For depriving us, in many cases, of the benefits of trial by jury : 

For transporting us beyond seas to be tried for pretended offenses : 

For abolishing the free system of English laws in a neighboring 
province, establishing therein an arbitrary government, and enlarging its 
boundaries, so as to render it at once an example and fit instrument for 
introducing the same absolute rule into these colonies : 

For taking away our charters, abolishing our most valuable laws, and 
altering fundamentally the forms of our governments: 

For suspending our own legislatures, and declaring themselves invested 
with power to legislate for us in all cases whatsoever. 

He has abdicated government here, by declaring us out of his protec- 
tion, and waging war against us. 

He has plundered our seas, ravaged our coasts, burnt our towns, and 
destroyed the lives of our people. 

He is, at this time, transporting large armies of foreign mercenaries to 
complete the works of death, desolation, and tyranny, already begun, 
with circumstances of cruelty and perfidy, scarcely paralleled in the most 
barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the head of a civilized nation. 

He has constrained our fellow-citizens, taken captive on the high seas, 
to bear arms against their country, to become the executioners of their 
fiends and brethren, or to fall themselves by their hands. 

He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavored 
^o bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian savages, 
whose known rule of warfare is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, 
sexes, and conditions. 

In every stage of these oppressions we have petitioned for redress in 
the most humble terms : our repeated petitions have been answered only 
by repeated injury. A prince whose character is thus marked by every 
act which may define a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people. 

Nor have we been wanting in attention to our British brethren. We 
have warned them, from time to time, of attempts by their legislature to 
extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us. "We have reminded them 
of the circumstances of our emigration and settlement here. We have 



20 



DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 



appealed to their native justice and magnanimity, and we have conjured 
them by the ties of our common kindred to disavow these usurpations, 
which would inevitably interrupt our connexions and correspondence. 
They, too, have been deaf to the voice of justice and of consanguinity. 
We must, therefore, acquiesce in the necessity which denounces our 
separation and hold them, as we hold the rest of mankind, enemies in 
war, in peace, friends. 

"We, therefore, the Representatives of the United States of America, in 
General Congress assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world 
for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the name, and by the authority 
of the good people of these Colonies, solemnly publish and declare, That 
these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent 
States; that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British crown, 
and that all political connexion between them and the State of Great 
Britain, is, and ought to be, totally dissolved; and that as free and 
independent States, they have full power to levy war, conclude peace, con- 
tract alliances, establish commerce, and to do all other acts and things 
which independent States may of right do. And for the support of this 
declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, 
we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred 
honor. 

JOHN HANCOCK. 

North Carolina. 
Wm. Hooper. 
Joseph Hewes. 
John Penn. 

Maryland. 
Samuel Chase. 
Wm. Paca. 
Thos. Stone. 
Charles Carroll of Carrollton, 



Georgia. 
Button Gwinnett. 
Lyman Hall. 
Geo. Walton. 

South Carolina. 
Edward Rutledge. 
Thos. Heyward, junr. 
Thomas Lynch, junr. 
Arthur Middleton. 



Virginia. 
George Wythe. 
Richard Henry Lee. 
Thos. Jefferson. 
Benj. Harrison. 
Thos. Nelson, Jr. 
Francis Lightfoot Lee. 
Carter Braxton, 



Pennsylvania. 
Robt. Morris. 
Benjamin Rush. 
Benja. Franklin. 
John Morton. 
Geo. Clymer. 
Jas. Smith. 
Geo. Taylor. 
James Wilson. 
Geo Ross. 






DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 



21 



Delaware. 

Caesar Rodney. 
Geo. Read. 
Tho. M'Kean. 

New Jersey. 
Richd. Stockton. 
Jdo. Witherspoon. 
Fras. Hopkinson. 
John Hart. 
Abra. Clark. 

Massachusetts Bay. 
Satnl. Adams. 
John Adams 
Robt. Treat Paine. 
Elbridge Gerry. 

Roger Sherman. 
Saml. Huntington. 



New York. 
¥m. Floyd. 
Phil. Livingston. 
Fran's. Lewis. 
Lewis Morris. 

New Hampshire. 
Josiah Bartlett. 
Wm, Whipple. 
Matthew Thornton. 



Rhode Island and Providence, etc. 
Step. Hopkins. 
William Ellery. 



Connecticut. . 

Wm. Williams. 
Oliver Wolcott 



IN CONGRESS, i 

January 18, 1111. \ 
Ordered : 

That an authenticated copy of the Declaration of Independence, with 
the names of the Members of Congress subscribing the same, be sent to 
each of the United States, and that they be desired to have the same put 
on record. 

By order of Congress. 

JOHN HANCOCK, 

President. 
Attest,CHAS. Thomson, 

Secy. 
A true copy 
John Hancock, 

Presidt. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 



ARTICLE 1. 

Section 1. Legislative powers; in whom vested. 

Sec. 2. House of Representatives, how and by whom chosen — Qualifications 
of a Representative — Representatives and direct taxes, how apportioned — Cen- 
sus — Vacancies to he filled — Power of choosing officers, and of impeachment. 

Sec 3. Senators, how and by whom chosen — How classified — State Execu- 
tive to make temporary appointments, in case, etc. — Qualifications of a Senator 
— President of the Senate, his right to vote — President pro tern., and other offi- 
cers of Senate, how chosen — Power to try impeachment — When President is 
tried, Chief Justice to preside — Sentence. 

Sec. 4. Times, etc., of holding elections, how prescribed — One Session in 
each year. 

Sec. 5. Membership — Quorum — Adjournments — Rules — Power to punish 
Dr expel — Journal — Time of adjournments limited, unless, etc. 

Sec. 6. Compensation — Privileges — Disqualification in certain cases. 

Sec. 7. House to originate all revenue bills — Veto — Bill may be passed by 
:wo-thirds of each house notwithstanding, etc. — Bill not returned in ten days- 
Pro vision as to all orders, etc., except, etc. 

Sec. 8. Powers of Congress. 

Sec. 9. Provision as to migration or importation of certain persons — Habeas 
Corpus — Bills of attainder, etc. — Taxes, how apportioned — No export duty — 
No commercial preference — No money drawn from treasury, unless, etc. — No 
titular nobility — Officers not to receive presents, unless, etc. 

Sec 10. States prohibited from the exercise of certain powers. 

ARTICLE II. 

Section 1. President; his term of office — Electors of President; number and 
how appointed — Electors to vote on same day — Qualification of President — 
on whom his duties devolve in case of his removal, death, etc. — President's com- 
pensation— His oath. 

Sec 2. President to be commander-in-chief — He may require opinion of, 
etc., and may pardon — Treaty-making power— Nomination of certain officers — 
When President may fill vacancies. 

Sec 3. President shall communicate to Congress — He may convene and 
adjourn Congress, in case, etc.; shall receive ambassadors, execute laws, and 
commission officers. 

Sec. 4. All civil offices forfeited for certain crimes. 



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ARTICLE III. 
Section 1. Judicial power — Tenure — Compensation. 

Sec. 2. Judicial power; to what cases it extends — Original jurisdiction of 
Supreme Court — Appellate — Trial by jury, except, etc. —Trial where. 
Sec 3. Treason denned — Proof of — Punishment of. 



ARTICLE IV. 

Section 1. Each State to give credit to the public acts, etc., of every other 
State. 

Sec. 2. Privileges of citizens of each State — Fugitives from justice to be 
delivered up — Persons held to service having escaped, to be delivered up. 

Sec. 3. Admission of new States — Power of Congress over territory and 
other property. 

Sec. 4. Republican form of government guaranteed — Each State to be 
protected. 

ARTICLE V. 
Constitution; how amended — Proviso. 

ARTICLE VI. 
Certain debts, etc., adopted — Supremacy of Constitution, treaties, and laws of 
the United States — Oath to support Constitution, by whom taken — No religious 
test. 

ARTICLE Vn. 
What ratification shall establish Constitution. 

AMENDMENTS. 

I. Religious establishment prohibited — Freedom of Speech, of the press, and 

right to petition. 
II. Right to keep and bear arms. 
m. No soldier to be quartered in any house, unless, etc. 
IV. Right of search and seizure regulated. 

V. Provisions concerning prosecutions, trial, and punishment — Private prop- 
erty not to be taken for public use, without, etc. 
VI. Further provisions respecting criminal prosecutions. 
VII. Right of trial by jury secured. 

VIII. Excessive bail or fines and cruel punishments prohibited. 
IX. Rule of construction. 
X. Same subject. 
XL Same subject. 

XII. Manner of choosing President and Vice-President. 
XIII. Slavery abolished. 
Xrv. Citizenship. 
XV. Right of Suffrage. 



24 CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

PEEAMBLE. 
"We, the people op the United States, in order to form a more perfect 
union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the com- 
mon defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of 
liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this consti- 
tution for the United States of America. 

ARTICLE I. 
Section 1. 
1. All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a congres3 
of the United States, which shall consist of a senate and house of 
representatives. 

Section 2. 

1. The house of representatives shall be composed of members chosen 
every second year by the people of the several States; and the electors in 
each State shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most 
numerous branch of the State legislature. 

2. No person shall be a representative who shall not have attained to 
the age of twenty-five years, and been seven years a citizen of the United 
States, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that State in 
which he shall be chosen. 

3. Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the 
several States which may be included within this Union, according to 
their respective numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the 
whole number of free persons, including those bound to service for a term 
of years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three-fifths of all other persons. 
The actual enumeration shall be made within three years after the first 
meeting of the congress of the United States, and within every subse- 
quent term of ten years, in such manner as they shall by law direct. The 
number of representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty thousand, 
but each State shall have at least one representative; and until such 
enumeration shall be made, the State of New Hampshire shall be entitled 
to choose three; Massachusetts, eight; Rhode Island and Providence 
Plantations, one ; Connecticut, five ; New York, six ; New Jersey, four ; 
Pennsylvania, eight; Delaware, one; Maryland, six; Yirginia, ten; 
North Carolina, five ; South Carolina, five ; and Georgia, three. 

4. When vacancies happen in the representation from any State, the 
executive authority thereof shall issue writs of election to fill such 
vacancies. 

5. The house of representatives shall choose their speaker and other 
officers, and shall have the solo power of impeachment. 



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Section 3. 

1. The senate of the United States shall be composed of two senators 
from each State, chosen by the legislature thereof, for six years, and each 
senator shall have one vote. 

2. Immediately after they shall be assembled in consequence of the 
first election, they shall be divided as equally as may be into three classes. 
The seats of the senators of the first class shall be vacated at the expi- 
ration of the second year, of the second class at the expiration of the fourth 
year, and of the third class at the expiration of the sixth year, so that 
one-third may be chosen every second year ; and if vacancies happen, by 
resignation or otherwise, during the recess of the legislature of any State, 
the executive thereof may make temporary appointments until the next 
meeting of the legislature, which shall then fill such vacancies. 

3. No person shall be a senator who shall not have attained to the age of 
thirty years, and been nine years a citizen of the United States, and who 
ahall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that State for which he shall 
be chosen. 

4. The vice-president of the United States shall be president of the 
senate, but shall have no vote unless they be equally divided. 

5 The senate shall choose their other officers, and also a president pro 
tempore in the absence of the vice-president or when he shall exercise 
the office of president of the United States. 

6. The senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments. When 
sitting for that purpose they shall be on oath or affirmation. When the 
president of the United States is tried, the chief justice shall preside; and 
no person shall be convicted without the concurrence of two-thirds of the 
members present. 

7. Judgment in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than to 
removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of 
honor, trust, or profit under the United States ; but the party convicted 
shall, nevertheless, be liable and subject to indictment, trial, judgment, and 
punishment, according to law. 

Section 4. 

1. The times, places, and manner of holding elections for senators and 
representatives shall be prescribed in each State by the legislature thereof; 
but the congress may at any time by law make or alter such regulations, 
except as to the places of choosing senators. 

2. The congress shall assemble at least once in every year; and such 
meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by 
law appoint a different day. 



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Section 5. 

1. Each house shall be the judge of the elections, returns, and quali- 
fications of its own members, and a majority of each shall constitute a 
quorum to do business; but a smaller number may adjourn from day to 
day, and may be authorized to compel the attendance of absent members, 
in such manner and under such penalties as each house may provide. 

2. Each house may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish its 
members for disorderly behavior, and with the concurrence of two-thirds, 
expel a member. 

3. Each house shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and from time to 
time publish the same, excepting such parts as may, in their judgment, 
require secrecy ; and the yeas and nays of the members of either house on 
any question shall, at the desire of one-fifth of those present, be entered 
on the journal. 

4. Neither house, during the session of congress, shall without the 
consent ofthe other, adjourn for more than three days, nor to any other 
place than that in which the two houses shall be sitting. 

Section 6. 

1. The senators and representatives shall receive a compensation for 
their services, to be ascertained by law and paid out of the treasury ol 
the United States. They shall, in all cases except treason, felony, and 
breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during their attendance at 
the session of their respective houses, and in going to and returning from 
the same ; and for an}*- speech or debate in either house they shall not be 
questioned in any other place. 

2. No senator or representative shall during the time for which he 
was elected, be appointed to any civil office under the authority of the 
United States, which shall have been created, or the emoluments whereof 
shall have been increased, during such time ; and no person holding any 
office under the United States shall be a member of either house during 
his continuance in office. 

Section 1. 

1. All bills for raising revenues shall originate in the house of repre- 
sentatives; but the senate may propose or concur with amendments as 
on other bills. 

2. Every bill which shall have passed the house of representatives and 
the senate shall, before it become a law, be presented to the president of 
the United States; if he approve, he shall sign it; but if not, he shall 
return it, with his objections, to that house in which it shall have origi- 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 27 

nated ; who shall enter the objections at large on their journal, and pro- 
ceed to reconsider it. If, after such reconsideration, two-thirds of that 
house shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent, together with the ob- 
jections, to the other house, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, 
and, if approved by two-thirds of that house, it shall become a law. But 
in all such cases, the votes of both houses shall be determined by yeas and 
nays, and the names of the persons voting for and against the bill shall be 
entered on the journal of each house respectively. If any bill shall not 
be returned by the president within ten days (Sundays excepted) after it 
shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law in like manner 
as if he had signed it, unless the congress, by their adjournment, prevent 
its return, in which case it shall not be a law. 

3. Every order, resolution or vote, to which the concurrence of the 
senate and house of representatives may be necessary (except on a ques- 
tion of adjournment), shall be presented to the president of the United 
States; and, before the same shall take effect, shall be approved by him; 
or, being disapproved by him, shall be repassed by two-thirds of the sen- 
ate and house of representatives, according to the rules and limitations 
prescribed in the case of a bill. 

Section 8. 

The congress shall have power: 

1. To lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts, and excises ; to pay the 
debts and provide for the common defense and general welfare of the 
United States; but all duties, imposts, and excises shall be uniform 
throughout the United States. 

2. To borrow money on the credit of the United States. 

3. To regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several 
States, and with the Indian tribes. 

4. To establish an uniform rule of naturalization, and uniform laws on 
the subject of bankruptcies throughout the United States. 

5. To coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, and 
fix the standard of weights and measures. 

6. To provide for the punishment of counterfeiting the securities and 
current coin of the United States. 

V. To establish post offices and post-roads. 

8. To promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for 
limited times, to authors and inventors, the exclusive right to their re- 
spective writings and discoveries. 

9. To constitute tribunals inferior to the supreme court ; to define and 



28 CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

punish piracies and felonies committed on the high seas, and offenses 
against the law of nations. 

10. To declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make 
rules concerning captures on land and water. 

11. To raise and support armies ; but no appropriation of money to 
that use shall be for a longer term than two years. 

12. To provide and maintain a navy. 

13. To make rules for the government and regulation of the land and 
naval forces. 

14. To provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the 
Union, suppress insurrections, and repel invasions. 

15. To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining the militia, and 
for governing such part of them as may be employed in the service of the 
United States; reserving to the States respectively the appointment of the 
officers and the authority of training the militia according to the discipline 
prescribed by congress. 

16. To exercise exclusr e legislation in all cases whatsoever, over such 
district (not exceeding ten miles square) as may, by cession of particular 
States, and the acceptance of congress, become the seat of the government 
of the United States; and to exercise like authority over all places pur- 
chased, by the consent of the legislature of the State in which the same 
shall be, for the erection of forts, magazines, arsenals, dock-yards, and other 
needful buildings ; and 

17. To make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying 
into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by this 
constitution in the government of the United States, or in any department 
or officer thereof. 

Section 9. 

1. The migration or importation of such persons as any of the States 
now existing shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited by the 
congress prior to the year, one thousand eight hundred and eight; but a 
tax or duty may be imposed on such importation not exceeding ten dol- 
lars for each person. 

2. The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, 
unless when, in cases of rebellion or invasion, the public safety may re- 
quire it. 

3. No bill of attainder, or ex post facto law shall be passed. 

4. No capitation or other direct tax shall be laid, unless in proportion 
to the census or enumeration herein before directed to be taken. 

5. No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported from any 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 29 

State. No preference shall be given by any regulation of commerce or 
revenue to the ports of one State over those of another; nor shall vessels 
bound to or from one State be obliged to enter, clear or pay duties in 
another. 

6. No money shall be drawn from the treasury but in consequence of 
appropriations made by law; and'a regular statement and account of the 
receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from 
time to time. 

1. No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States; and no 
person holding any office of profit or trust under them shall, without the 
consent of the congress, accept of any present, emolument, office, or title 
of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign State. 

Section 10. 

1. No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance or confederation ; 
grant letters of marque and reprisal; coin money; emit bills of credit; 
make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts ; 
pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation 
of contracts; or grant any title of nobility. 

2. No State shall, without the consent of the congress, lay any im- 
posts or duties on imports or exports, except what may be absolutely 
necessary for executing its inspection laws, and the net produce of all 
duties and imposts laid by any State on imports or exports shall be for the 
use of the treasury of the United States, and all such laws shall be sub- 
ject to the revision and control of the congress. No State shall, without 
the consent of congress, lay any duty of tonnage, keep troops or ships of 
war in time of peace, enter into any agreement or compact with another 
State, or with a foreign power, or engage in war, unless actually invaded, 
or in such imminent danger as will not admit of delay. 

ARTICLE II. 
Section 1. 

1. The executive power shall be vested in a president of the United 
States of America. He shall hold his office during the term of four years; 
and, together with the vice-president chosen for the same term, be elected 
as follows : 

2. Each State shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof 
may direct, a number of electors equal to the whole number of senators 
and representatives to which the State may be entitled in the congress 
but no senator or representative , or person holding an office of trust or 
profit under the United States, shall be appointed an elector. 



30 CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

3. [The electors shall meet in their respective States, ami vote by bal- 
lot for two persons, of whom one at least shall not be an inhabitant of the 
3ame State with themselves. And they shall make a list of all the persons 
voted for, and of the number of votes for each; which list they shall sign 
and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of government of the United 
States, directed to the president of the senate. The president of the 
senate shall, in the presence of the senate and house of representatives, 
open all the certificates, and the votes shall then be counted. The person 
having the greatest number of votes shall be the president, if such numbei 
be a majority of the whole number of electors appointed ; and if there be 
more than one who have such majority, and have an equal number of 
votes, then the house of representatives shall immediately choose by bal- 
lot, one of them for president; and if no person have a majority, then, 
from the five highest on the list, the said house shall, in like manner, 
choose the president. But in choosing the president, the vote shall be 
taken by States, the representation from each State having one vote ; a 
quorum for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from two- 
thirds of the States, and a majority of all the States shall be necessary to a 
choice. In every case, after the choice of the president, the person hav- 
ing the greatest number of votes of the electors shall be the vice-president. 
But if there should remain two or more who have equal votes, the senate 
shall choose from them, by ballot, the vice-president.]* 

4. The congress may determine the time of choosing the electors, and 
the day on which they shall give their votes, which day shall be the same 
throughout the United States. 

5. No person, except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United 
States at the time of the adoption of this constitution, shall be eligible to 
the office of president; neither shall any person be eligible to that office 
who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and been four- 
teen years a resident within the United States. 

6. In case of the removal of the president from office, or of his death, 
resignation, or inability to discharge the powers and duties of the said 
office, the same shall devolve on the vice-president ; and the congress 
may, by law, provide for the case of removal, death, resignation or inabil- 
ity, both of the president and vice-president, declaring what officer shall 
then act as president ; and such officer shall act accordingly, until the dis- 
ability be removed, or a president shall be elected. 

7. The president shall, at stated times, receive for his services a com- 
pensation which shall neither be increased nor diminished during the 

*This paragraph has heen superseded and annulled by the 12th amendment. 



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period for which he shall have been elected; and he shall not receive 
within that period any other emolument from the United States, or any of 
them. 

8. Before he enter on the execution of his office, he shall take the fol- 
lowing oath or affirmation : 

"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office 
of President of the United States ; and will, to the best of my ability, 
preserve, protect, and defend the constitution of the United States." 

Section 2. 

1. The president shall be commander-in-chief of the army and navy 
of the United States, and of the militia of the several States, when called 
into the actual service of the United States. He may require the opinion, 
in writing, of the principal officer in each of the executive departments, 
upon any subject relating to the duties of their respective offices ; and he 
shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the 
United States, except in cases of impeachment. 

2. He shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the 
senate, to make treaties, provided two-thirds of the senators present con- 
cur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the advice and consent of 
the senate shall appoint, ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, 
judges of the supreme court, and all other officers of the United States 
whose appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which 
shall be established by law. But the congress may, by law, vest the ap- 
pointment of such inferior officers as they think proper, in the president 
alone, in the courts of law, or in the heads of departments. 

3. The president shall have power to fill up all vacancies that may 
happen during the recess of the senate, by granting commissions which 
shall expire at the end of their next session. 

Section 3. 

1. He shall, from time to time, give to the congress information of the 
state of the Union, and recommend to their consideration such measures 
as he shall judge necessary and expedient. He may, on extraordinary 
occasions, convene both houses, or either of them; and incase of disagree- 
ment between them, with respect to the time of adjournment, he may ad- 
journ them to such time as he shall think proper. He shall receive am- 
bassadors and other public ministers. He shall take care that the laws 
be faithfuDy executed; and shall commission all the officers of the United 
States. 



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Section 4. 
X. The president, vice-president, and all civil officers of the United 
States, shall be removed from office on impeachment for, and conviction 
of treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors. 



ARTICLE III. 
Section ]. 
1. The judicial power of the United States shall be vested in one su- 
preme court, and in such inferior courts as the congress may, from time to 
time, ordain and establish. The judges, both of the supreme and inferior 
courts, shall hold their offices during good behavior; and shall, at stated 
times, receive for their services a compensation, which shall not be dimin- 
ished during their continuance in office. 

Section 2. 

1. The judicial power shall extend to all cases in law and equity aris- 
ing under this constitution, the laws of the United States, and treaties 
made, or which shall be made, under their authority ; to all cases affecting 
ambassadors, other public ministers, and consuls ; to all cases of admiralty 
and maritime jurisdiction; to controversies to which the United States 
shall be a party ; to controversies between two or more States ; between 
a State and citizens of another State ; between citizens of different States 
between citizens of the same State claiming lands under grants of different 
States, and between a State, or the citizens thereof, and foreign States, 
citizens or subjects. 

2. In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and 
consuls, and those in which a State shall be party, the supreme court, 
shall have original jurisdiction. In all the other cases before mentioned, 
the supreme court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and 
fact, with such exceptions and under such regulations as the congress 
shall make. 

3. The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by 
jury, and such trial shall be held in the State where the said crimes shall 
have been committed ; but when not committed within any State, the trial 
shall be at such place or places as the congress may by law have directed. 

Section 3. 
1. Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying war 
against them or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 33 

No person shall be convicted of treason, unless on the testimony of two 
witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court. 

2. The congress shall have power to declare the punishment of treas- 
on; but no attainder of treason shall work corruption of blood, or forfeit- 
ure, except during the life of the person attainted. 

ARTICLE IV. 

Section 1. 

1. Full faith and credit shall be given in each State to the public acts, 

records, and judicial proceedings of every other State; and the congress 

may, by general laws, prescribe the manner in which such acts, records, 

and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof. 

Section 2. 

1. The citizens of each State shall be entitled to all privileges and im- 
munities of citizens in the several States. 

2. A person charged in any State with treason, felony, or other crime, 
who shall flee from justice, and be found in another State, shall, on demand 
of the executive authority of the State from which he fled, be delivered 
up, to be removed to the State having jurisdiction of the crime. 

3. No person held to service or labor in one State under the laws 
thereof, escaping into another-, shall, in consequence of any law or regula- 
tion therein, be discharged from such service or labor ; but shall be deliv- 
ered up on claim of the party to whom such service or labor may be due. 

Section 3. 

1. New States may be admitted by the congress into this union; but 
no new State shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any 
other State, nor any State be formed by the junction of two or more States 
or parts of States, without the consent of the legislatures of the States 
concerned, as well as of the congress. 

2. The congress shall have power to dispose of and make all needful 
rules and regulations respecting, the territory or other property belonging 
to the United States ; and nothing in this constitution shall be so construed 
as to prejudice any claims of the United States, or of any particular State. 

Section 4. 

1. The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a 
republican form of government, and shall protect each of them against 
invasion ; and, On application of the legislature, or of the executive (when 
the legislature cannot be convened), against domestic violence. 
3 



34 CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

ARTICLE V. 

1. The congress, whenever two-thirds of both houses shall deem it 
necessary, shall propose amendments to this constitution; or, on the ap- 
plication of the legislatures of two-thirds of the several States, shall call 
a convention for proposing amendments which, in either case, shall be 
valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this constitution, when rati- 
fied by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several States, or by con- 
ventions in three-fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratifica- 
tion may be proposed by the congress ; provided that no amendment, 
which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and 
eight, shall in any manner affect the first and fourth clauses in the ninth 
section of the first article; and that no State, without its consent, shall 
be deprived of its equal suffrage in the senate. 

ARTICLE VI. 

1. All debts contracted and engagements entered into before the adop- 
tion of this constitution shall be as valid against the United States under 
this constitution, as under the confederation. 

2. This constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be 
made in pursuance thereof, and all treaties made, or which shall be made, 
under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the 
land; and the judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any thing in 
the constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding. 

3. The senators and representatives before mentioned, and the mem- 
bers of the several State legislatures, and all executive and judicial officers, 
both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by 
oath or affirmation to support this constitution ; but no religious test shall 
ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the 
United States. 

ARTICLE VII. 
1. The ratification of the conventions of nine States shall be sufficient 
for the establishment of this constitution between the States so ratifying 
the same. 

Done in convention by the unanimous consent of the States present, the 
seventeenth day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand 
seven hundred and eighty seven, and of the Independence of the United 
States of America the twelfth. In witness whereof we have hereunto 
subscribed our names. 

G* : WASHINGTON, 
Presidt, and Deputy from Virginia. 



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35 



John Langdon, 

Nathaniel Gorman, 
Wm. Saml. Johnson, 

Alexander Hamilton. 

Wil: Livingston, 
Wm. Paterson, 



B. Franklin, 
Robt. Morris, 
Thomas Fitzsimons, 
James Wilson, 



Geo : Read, 
John Dickinson, 
Jaco: Broom. 

James McHenry, 
Danl. Carroll. 

John Blair, 



Wm. Blount, 
Hu Williamson, 

J. Rutledge, 
Charles Pinckney, 

William Few, 
Attest : 



New Hampshire. 

Nicholas Gilman. 

Massachusetts. 

Rufus King. 

Connecticut. 

Roger Sherman. 

Neio York. 

Neiv Jersey. 

Dayid Brearley, 
Jona : Dayton. 

Pennsylvania. 

Thomas Mifflin, 
Geo. Clymer, 
Jared Ingersoll, 
Gouy Morris. 

Delaware. 

Richard Bassett, 
Gunning Bedford.. Jun. 

Maryland. 

Dan of St. Thos. Jenifer. 



James Madison, Jr. 
North Carolina. 

RlCHD. DOBBS SPAIGHT. 

South Carolina. 

Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, 
Pierce Butler. 

Georgia. 

Abr. Baldwin. 

WILLIAM JACKSON, Secretary. 



S6 CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

AMENDMENTS. 

TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

The following amendments were proposed at the first session of 
the first congress of the United States, which was begun and held 
at the city of New York on the 4th of March, 1789, and were 
adopted by the requisite number of States. Laws of the U. S., 
vol. 1, page 82. 

[The following preamble and resolution preceded the original 
proposition of the amendments, and as they have been supposed to 
have an important bearing on the construction of those amend- 
ments, they are here inserted. They will be found in the journals 
of the first session of the first congress.] 

CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Begun and held at the city of New York, on Wednesday, the 4th day of 
March, 1789. 

The conventions of a number of the States having, at the time of their 
adopting the constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent miscon- 
struction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive 
clauses should be added, and as extending the ground of public confidence 
in the government will best insure the beneficent ends of its institution : 

R»solved, By the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America, in congress assembled, two-thirds of both houses concurring, that the fol- 
lowing articles be proposed to the legislatures of the several States, as amendments to 
the constitution of the United States; all or any of which articles, when ratified by 
three-fourths of the said legislatures, to be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of 
the said constitution, namely : 

ARTICLE I * 
Congress shall make no Jaw respecting an establishment of religion, or 
prohibiting the free exercise thereof ; or abridging the freedom of speech or 
of the press ; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to peti- 
tion the government for a redress of grievances. 

ARTICLE II. 
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State 
the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. 

ARTICLE III. 
No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house without 
the consent of the owner, nor in time of war but in a manner to be pre- 
scribed by law. 

*The first twelve Articles of these Amendments were never ratified by this ttutffl 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 37 

ARTICLE IV. 

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, 
and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be vio- 
lated ; and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause, supported by- 
oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, 
and the persons or things to be seized. 

ARTICLE V. 
No person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise infamous 
crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury, except in 
cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual 
service in time of war or public danger ; nor shall any person be subject for 
the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb ; nor shall be 
compelled in any criminal case, to be a witness against himself, nor be de- 
prived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law ; nor shall 
private property be taken for public use without just compensation. 

ARTICLE VI. 
In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy 
and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the 
crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously 
ascertained by law ; and to be informed of the nature and cause of the 
accusation ; to be confronted with the witnesses against him ; to have 
compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the 
assistance of counsel for his defense. 

ARTICLE VII. 
In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed 
twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved; and no fact 
tried by a jury shall be otherwise re-examined in any court of the United 
States, than according to the rules of the common law.* 

ARTICLE VIII. 
Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor 
cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. 

ARTICLE IX. 
The enumeration in the constitution of certain rights shall not be con- 
strued to deny or disparage others retained by the people. 

* This affects only United States Courts. 



38 COITSTITtmON OF THE TTISTTEB STATES. 

ARTICLE X. 

The powers not delegated to the United States by the constitution, nor 
prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to 
the people. 

[The following amendment was proposed at the second session of the 
third congress. It is printed in the Laws of the United States, vol. 1, p. 
73, as article 11.] 

ARTICLE XI. 

The judicial power of the United States shall not be construed to extend 
to any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against one of the 
United States by citizens of another State, or by citizens or subjects of 
any foreign state. 

[The three following sections were proposed as amendments at the first 
session of the eighth congress. They are printed in the laws of the 
United States as article 12.] 

ARTICLE XII. 

1. The electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote by ballot 
for president and vice-president, one of whom at least shall not be an in- 
habitant of the same State with themselves. They shall name in their 
ballots the person voted for as president, and in distinct ballots the person 
voted for as vice-president ; and they shall make distinct lists of all per- 
sons voted for as president, and of all persons voted for as vice-president, 
and of the number of votes for each ; which lists they shall sign and cer- 
tify, and transmit sealed to the seat of the government of the United 
States, directed to the president of the senate. The president of the sen- 
ate shall, in the presence of the senate and house of representatives, open 
all the certificates, and the votes shall then be counted. The person hav- 
ing the greatest number of votes for president shall be the president, if 
such number be a majority of the whole number of electors appointed ; 
and if no person have such majority, then from the persons having the 
highest numbers, not exceeding three, on the list of those voted for as 
president, the house of representatives shall choose immediately, by ballot, 
the president. But in choosing the president, the votes shall be taken by 
States, the representation from each State having one vote ; a quorum for 
this purpose shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the 
States, and a majority of all the States shall be necessary to a choice. 
And if the house of representatives shall not choose a president, when- 
ever the right of choice shall devolve upon them, before the fourth day of 
March next following, then the vice-president shall act as president as in 
the case of the death or other constitutional disability of the president. 



CONSTITUTION OP THE UNITED STATES. 39 

2. The person having the greatest number of votes as vice-president 
shall be the vice-president, if such number be a majority of the whole 
number of electors appointed, and if no person have a majority, then from 
the two highest numbers on the list the senate shall choose the vice-presi- 
dent. A quorum for the purpose shall consist of two-thirds of the whole 
number of senators, and a majority of the whole number shall be necessary 
to a choice. 

3. But no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of president 
shall be eligible to that of vice-president of the United States. 

ARTICLE XIII* 
Section 1. 
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for 
crime, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist with- 
in the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. 

Section 2. 
Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate Legisla- 
tion. 

ARTICLE XlV.f 
Section 1. 

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the 
jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State 
wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall 
abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; 
nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, with- 
out due process of law, nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the 
equal protection of the laws. 

Section 2. 

Representatives shall be apportioned among the several States according 
to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in 
each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at 
any election for the choice of electors for president and vice-president of 
the United States, representatives in congress, the executive and judicial 
officers of a State, or the members of the legislature thereof, is denied to 
any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twenty-one years of age, 
and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridged, except for par- 

* Proposed by Congress February 1, 1865. Ratified by this State May 5, 1865. 
Ratification announced by Secretary of State, December 18, 1865. 

+ Proposed by Congress June 16, 1866. Ratified by this State June 30, 1866. 
Ratification announced by Secretary of State, July 28, 1868- 



40 CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

ticipation in rebellion or other crime, the basis of representation therein 
shall be reduced in the proportion which the number of such male citizens 
shall bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of age 
in such State. 

Section 3. 
No person shall be a senator or representative in congress, or elector of 
president and vice-president, or hold any office, civil or military, under the 
United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken an oath 
as a member of congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a 
member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of 
any State, to support the constitution of the United States, shall have 
engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or 
comfort to the enemies thereof. But congress may, by a vote of two- 
thirds of each house, remove such disability. 

Section 4. 
The validity of the public debt of the United States authorized by law 
including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services 
in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned. But 
neither the United States nor any state shall assume or pay any debt or 
obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the United 
States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave ; but all 
such debt , obligations, and claims shall be held illegal and void. 

Section 5. 
The congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation 
the provisions of this article. 

ARTICLE XV* 
Section 1. 
The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or 
abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color 
or previous condition of servitude. 

Section 2. 
The congress shall have power to enforce this 1 article by appropriate 
legislation. 

* Proposed by Congress February 07, 1869. Ratified by this State May 19, 1869 
Ratification announced by Secretary of State, March 30, 1870. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF 
CONNECTICUT, 

As Amended and in Force January 1, 1890. 



[The Constitution of Connecticut was ratified and approved by the people by 
a rote of thirteen thousand nine hundred and eighteen in its favor, and twelve 
thousand three hundred and sixty-four against its ratification. On the twelfth of 
October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, Governor Woleott issued his proclama- 
tion, at the request of the General Assembly, declaring that the constitution was 
thenceforth to be observed by all persons, as the Supreme Law of this Slate.} 

ARTICLE FIRST. 

DECLARATION OF RIGHTS. 

Section 1. Equality of rights. 

Sec. 2. Political power inherent in the people. 

Sec 3. Religious liberty. 

Sec 4. No preferences in Christian sects or modes of worship. 

Sec 5. Right of citizens to speak, write, and publish their sentiments 

Sec 6. Freedom of speech and of the press. 

Sec 7. Defense in prosecutions for libels ; powers of jury. 

Sec 8. Rights of search and seizure regulated. 

Sec 9. Rights of accused in criminal prosecutions. 

Sec 10. Arrests without warrant of law forbidden. 

Sec 11. Private property secured. 

Sec 12. Courts to be open for the redress of injuries. 

Sec 13. Bail and fines not to be excessive. 

Sec 14. Bail and habeas corpus. 

Sec 15. Attainder by, prohibited. 

Sec 16. Right of citizens to assemble and to petition. 

Sec 17. Right to bear arms. 

Sec 18. Military subordinate. 

Sec 19. Of quartering soldiers. 

Sec 20. Hereditary emoluments prohibited. 

Sec 21. Trial by jury. 



42 CONSTITUTION. 



Three departments. 



ARTICLE SECOND. 

POWERS DISTRIBUTED 



ARTICLE THIRD. 



THE LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Sec. 


3. 


Sec. 


4. 


Sec. 


5. 


Sec. 


6. 


Sec. 


7. 


Sec. 


8. 


Sec. 


9. 


Sec. 


10. 



Section 1. Two Houses, General Assembly, style of laws. 

Sec. 2. Sessions of General Assembly (amended by Arts, xiv, xvi, xxvii). 

House, how constituted, ratio of representation (amended by Art. xv). 

Senate, how constituted (amended by Arts, i and ii). 

Election of Senators (amended by Arts, iii, xvi, and xxvii). 

Canvass and declaration of vote for Senators. 

Officers of each house, quorum. 

Powers of each house. 

Journals to be kept; yeas and nays when entered. 

Members exempt from arrest, not to be questioned, etc. 
Sec. 11. Debates to be public. 



ARTICLE FOURTH. 
executive department. 

Section 1. Governor, term of office; qualification. 

Sec. 2. Election of Governor (amended by Arts, vi, xvi, xxvii). 

Sec. 3. Election of Lieutenant-Governor (amended by Arts, iv, xvi, xxvii). 

Sec. 4. Compensation of Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and Members of 
General Assembly. 

Sec. 5. Governor to command the militia. 

Sec. 6. He may require information. 

Sec. 7. He may adjourn the General Assembly. 

8. He is to give information and make recommendations to the General 
Assembly. 

Sec. 9. He shall see that the laws are faithfully executed. 

Sec. 10. He may grant reprieves. 

Sec. 11. Commissions. 

Sec. 12. Power of Governor concerning bills passed by the General Assembly. 

Sec. 13. Lieutenant-Governor to be president of the Senate. 

Sec 14. When to act as Governor. 

Sec. 15. Senate shall elect a president pro tempore. He shall act as Governor 
when. 

Sec. 16. Senate may be convened during recess for a choice of president pro 
tempore. 

Sec. 17. Treasurer, election and duties (amended by Arts, iv, vi, xvi, xxvii). 

Sec. 18. Secretary, election and duties (amended by Arts, iv, vi, xvi, xxvii). 

Sec. 19. Comptroller, election and duties (amended by Arts, v, vi, xiv, xxvii). 

Sec. 20. Sheriff, election (amended by Arts, vii, xxviii^: bonds; vacancy, how 
filled. 

Sec. 21. Accounts of the State to be published. 



CONSTITUTION. 43 

ARTICLE FIFTH. 

THE JUDICIARY. 



Section 1. Courts. 

Sec. 2. Justices of the Peace (amended by Art. x). 

Sec. 3. Judges, appointment ; tenure of office (amended by Arte, xii, xx, 
xxvi); impeachment ; disqualification by age. 

ARTICLE SIXTH. 

ELECTORS. 

Section 1. Who shall be electors. 

Sec. 2. Qualifications of electors (amended by Arts, viii, xi, xxiii). 

Sec. 3. Electoral privileges, how forfeited. 

Sec. 4. Eligibility of electors to office. 

Sec 5. Qualifications of electors, how determined. 

Sec 6. Protection of free suffrage. 

Sec 7. State officers and members of General Assembly to be elected by ballot. 

Sec 8. Privilege from arrest on civil process on election day. 

Sec 9. Electors' meetings, when held. t 

ARTICLE SEVENTH. 

RELIGION. 

Section 1. Compulsory support of religion prohibited. All denominations of 
Christians to have equal rights. 
Sec 2. Right to separate from Christian societies or denominations. 

ARTICLE EIGHTH. 

EDUCATION. 

Section 1 . Charter of Yale College confirmed. 
Sec 2. The school fund perpetual. 

ARTICLE NINTH. 

IMPEACHMENTS. 

Section 1. Impeachments, how ordered. 

Sec 2 Impeachments, how tried. 

Sec 3. What officers liable to impeachment, effect of conviction. 

Sec 4. Treason defined ; requisite proof; conviction. 

ARTICLE TENTH. 

GENERAL PROVISIONS. 

Section 1. Official oath ; form. 

Sec 2. Annual election of town officers. 

Sec 3. Effect of this constitution on existing corporations ; officers, laws, etc. 

Sec 4. Certain officers not to be members of the General Assembly. 



44 CONSTITUTION. 

ARTICLE ELEVENTH. 

AMENDMENTS. 

Amendments, how proposed, how voted upon, how adopted. 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION, 

ARTICLE I. 
Senators, number of, how chosen. 

ARTICLE II. 
Senatorial districts, number, how determined ; how altered. 

ARTICLE III. 
Election of Senators. 

ARTICLE IV. 
Election of Lieutenant-Governor, Treasurer, and Secretary. 

ARTICLE V. 

Election of Comptroller. 

ARTICLE VI. 

State officers and members of the General Assembly, how voted for. General 
Assembly may regulate the manner. 

ARTICLE VII. 
Election of Sheriffs. 

ARTICLE VIII. 
Qualifications of electors. 

ARTICLE IX. 
Election of Judges of Probate. 

ARTICLE X. 
Election of Justices of the Peace. 

ARTICLE XI. 
Qualfications of electors. 

ARTICLE XII. 
Terms of office of Judges. 

ARTICLE XIII. 
Electors in the military service and out of the State may vote. (Now rnopera- 
tive.) 



CONSTITUTION. 45 

ARTICLE XIV. 

All sessions of the General Assembly to be held at Hartford, except when. 

ARTICLE XV. 
House of Representatives, how constituted. 

ARTICLE XVI. 

Section 1. Election of State officers. 

Sec. 2. Official terms of State officers and members of the General Assembly. 
Sec. 3. Stated sessions of the General Assembly, when and where held. 
Sec 4. Official term of State officers and members of the General Assembly 
elected in 1876, to hold over. 
Sec 5. General Assembly of 1876 to have special power. 

ARTICLE XVII. 
General Assembly may restore forfeited rights. 

ARTICLE XVLTI. 
Representation ol new towns in the General Assembly. 

ARTICLE XIX. 

Former provisions regarding elections made applicable to future elections. 

ARTICLE XX. 
Terms of judges of certain courts. 

ARTICLE XXI. 
Election and term of Judges of Probate. 

ARTICLE XXn. 
Compensation of members of the General Assembly. 

ARTICLE XXni. 
As to qualifications of electors. 

ARTICLE XXTV 
Extra or increased compensation during official term. 

ARTICLE XXV. 
Municipalities prohibited from subscribing to the stock of, or giving credit, 
etc., to railroad corporations. General Assembly may authorize appropriations 
to protect existing railroad debt. 

ARTICLE XXVI. 
Election of Judges of Supreme and Superior Courts. 

ARTICLE XXVn. 
Section 1. Time of election of State officers and members of the General 
Assembly. 
Sec 2. Duration of their term. 



46 CONSTITUTION. 

Sec. 3. Their compensation. 

Sec. 4. Regular sessions of the General Assembly. 

Sec. 5. Term of Senators elected in 1885. 

ARTICLE XXVIII. 
Election and term of Sheriffs. 



PREAMBLE. 
The people of Connecticut, acknowledging with gratitude the good 
providence of God in having permitted them to enjoy a free govern- 
ment, do, in order more effectually to define, secure, and perpetuate the 
liberties, rights, and privileges which they have derived from their ances- 
tors, hereby, after a careful consideration and revision, ordain and estab- 
lish the following Constitution and form of civil government: 

ARTICLE FIRST. 

DECLARATION OF RIGHTS. 

That the great and essential principles of liberty and free government 
may be recognized and established, 



WPt §tt\m, 



Section 1. That all men, when they form a social compact, are equal 
in rights; and that no man or set of men are entitled to exclusive public 
emoluments or privileges from the community. 

Sec. 2. That all political power is inherent in the people, and all free 
governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their 
benefit; and that they have at all times an undeniable and indefeasible 
right to alter their form of government in such a manner as they may 
think expedient. 

Sec. 3. The exercise and enjoyment of religious profession and wor- 
ship, without discrimination, shall forever be free to all persons in this 
State, provided that the right hereby declared and established shall not be 
so construed as to excuse acts of licentiousness, or to justify practices in- 
consistent with the peace and safety of the State. 

Sec. 4. No preference shall be given by law to any Christian sect or 
mode of worship. 

Sec. 5. Every citizen may freely speak, write, and publish his senti- 
ments on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of that liberty. 

Sec. 6. No law shall ever be passed to curtail or restrain the liberty 
of speech or of the press. 

Sec. 7. In all prosecutions or indictments for libels, the truth may be 
given in evidence, and the jury shall have the right to determine the law 
and the facts, under the direction of the court. 

Sec. 8. The people shall be secure in their persons, houses, papers, 
and possessions from unreasonable searches or seizures, and no warrant 
to search any place, or to seize any person or things, shall issue without 



CONSTITUTION. 47 

describing them as nearly as may oe, nor without probable cause sup 
ported by oath or affirmation. 

Sec. 9. In all criminal prosecution?- the accused shall have a right 
to be heard by himself and by counsel; to demand the nature and 
cause of the accusation; to be confronted by the witnesses against him; 
to have compulsory process to obtain witnesses in his favor: and in all 
prosecutions, by indictment or information, a speedy public trial by an 
impartial jury. He shall not be compelled to give evidence against him- 
self, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, but by due course of 
law. And no person shall be holden to answer for any crime, the pun- 
ishment of which may be death or imprisonment for life, unless on a pre- 
sentment or indictment of a grand jury; except in the land or navai 
forces, or in the militia when in actual service in time of war or public 
danger. 

Sec. 10. No person shall be arrested, detained, or punished, except 
in cases clearly warranted by law. 

Sec. 11. The property of no person shall be taken for public use 
without just compensation therefor. 

Sec. 12. All courts shall be open, and every person, for an injury done 
to him in his person, property, or reputation, shall have remedy by due 
course of law, and right and justice administered without sale, denial, or 
delay. 

Sec. 13. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines 
imposed. 

Sec. 14. All prisoners shall, before conviction, be bailable by suf- 
ficient sureties, except for capital offences, where the proof is evident, 
or the presumption great; and the privileges of the writ of habeas 
corpiis shall not be suspended, unless when, in case of rebellion or in- 
vasion, the public safety may require it ; nor in any case, but by the leg- 
slature. 

Sec. 15. No person shall be attainted of treason or felony by the 
legislature. 

Sec. 16. The citizens have a right, in a peaceable manner, to assemble 
for their common good, and to apply to those invested with the powers of 
government, for redress of grievances, or other proper purposes, by petition, 
address, or remonstrance. 

Sec. 17. Every citizen has a right to bear arms in defence of himself 
and the State. 

Sec. 18. The military shall, in all cases a i at all times, be in stric" 
subordination to the civil power. 

Sec. 19. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house 
without the consent of the owner ; nor in time of war but in a manner 
to be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 20. No hereditary emoluments, privileges, or honors shall ever be 
granted or conferred in this State. 

Sec. 21. The right of trial by jury shall remain inviolate. 

ARTICLE SECOND. 

OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS. 

The powers of government shall be divided into three distinct depart- 
ments, and each of them confided to a separate magistracy, to wit: those 



48 



CONSTITUTION. 



which are legislative, to one; those which are executive, to another; ana 
those which are judicial, to another. 

ARTICLE THIRD. 

OP THE LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Section 1. The legislative power of this State shall be vested in two 
distinct houses or branches ; the one to be styled The Senate, the other 
The House of Representatives, and both together THE GENERAL 
ASSEMBLY. The style of their laws shall be, Be it enacted by the 
Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened. 

Sec. 2. There shall be one stated session of the General Assembly, to 
be holden in each year, alternately at Hartford and New- Haven, on the 
first Wednesday of May,* and at such other times as the General Assem- 
bly shall judge necessary ; the first session to be holden at Hartford ; but 
the person administering the office of Governor may, on special emer- 
gencies, convene the General Assembly at either of said places, at any 
other time. And in case of danger from the prevalence of contagious 
diseases in either of said places, or other circumstances, the person ad- 
ministering the office of Governor may by proclamation convene said 
Assembly at any other place in this State. 

Sec. 3. The House of Representatives shall consist of electors resid- 
ing in towns from which they are elected. The number of Representatives 
from each town shall be the same as at present practiced and allowed. 
In case a new town shall hereafter be incorporated, such new town shall 
be entitled to one representative only ; f and if such new town shall be 
made from one or more towns, the town or towns from which the same 
shall be made shall be entitled to the same number of Representatives as 
at present allowed, unless the number shall be reduced by the consent of 
*uch town or towns. 

Sec. 4. The Senate shall consist of twelve members, to be chosen 
annually by the electors.^: 

Sec. 5. At the meetings of the electors, held in the several towns in 
this State in April annually, after the election of Representatives, the 
electors present shall be called upon to bring in their written ballots for 
Senators.§ The presiding officer shall receive the votes of the electors, 
and count and declare them in open meeting. The presiding officer shall 
also make duplicate lists of the persons voted for, and of the number of 
votes for each, which shall be certified by the presiding officer; one of 
which lists shall be delivered to the Town Clerk, and the other, within 
ten days after said meeting, shall be delivered, under seal, either to the 
Secretary or to the sheriff of the county in which said town is situated: 
which list shall be directed to the Secretary, with a superscription -ex- 
pressing the purport of the contents thereof; and each sheriff who shall 
receive such votes shall, within fifteen days after said meeting, deliver, 
or cause them to be delivered, to the Secretary. 

* Altered by amendments of 1872, 1875, 18*6, and 1884. 
t Altered by amendments of 1828, 1836, and 1875. 
% Altered by amendments of 1828, 1836, and 1875. 
§ Altered by amendment of 1836, 1875. 1884. 



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Sec. 6. The Treasurer, Secretary, and Comptroller, for the time being, 
shall canvass the votes publicly. The twelve persons having the greatest 
number of votes for Senators shall be declared to be elected.* But in cases 
where no choice is made by the electors, in consequence of an equality 
of votes, the House of Representatives shall designate, by ballot, which 
of the candidates having such equal number of votes shall be declared to 
be elected. The return of votes, and the result of the canvass, shall be 
submitted to the House of Representatives, and also to the Senate, on 
the first day of the session of the General Assembly; and each House 
shall be the final judge of the election, returns, and qualifications of its 
own members. 

Sec. 7. The House of Representatives, when assembled, shall choose 
a speaker, clerk, and other officers. The Senate shall choose its clerk and 
other officers except the President. A majority of each House shall con- 
stitute a quorum to do business: but a smaller number may adjourn 
from day to day, and compel the attendance of absent members in such 
manner, and under such penalties, as each House may prescribe. 

Sec. 8. Each House shall determine the rules of its own proceedings, 
punish members for disorderly conduct, and, with the consent of two- 
thirds, expel a member, but not a second time for the same cause; and 
shall have all other powers necessary for a branch of the legislature of 
a free and independent State. 

Sec. 9. Each House shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and pub- 
lish the same, when required by one-fifth of its members, except such 
parts as, in the judgment of a majority, require secrecy. The yeas and 
nays of the members of either House shall, at the desire of one-fifth of 
those present, be entered on the journals. 

Sec. 10. The Senators and Representatives shall, in all cases of civil 
process, be privileged from arrest during the session of the General As- 
sembly, and for four days before the commencement and after the termina- 
tion of any session thereof. And for any speech or debate in either 
House, they shall not be questioned in any other place. 

Sec. 11. The debates of each House shall be public, except on such 
occasions as, in the opinion of the House, may require secrecy. 

ARTICLE FOURTH. 

OP THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

. Section 1. The supreme executive power of the State shall be vested 
in a Governor, who shall be chosen b} 7 the electors of the State, and shall 
hold hie office for one year from the first Wednesday of Mayf next suc- 
ceeding his election, and until his successor be duly qualified. No per- 
son who is not an elector of this State, and who has not arrived at the 
age of thirty years, shall be eligible. 

Sec. 2. At the meetings of the electors in the respective towns, in the 
month of April in each year,:}: immediately after the election of Senators, 
the presiding officers shall call upon the electors to bring in their ballots 
for him whom they would elect to be Governor, with his name fairly 

* Altered by amendments of 1828, and 1875. 
t Made to apply to biennial elections by amendment of 1875. 
t Made to apply to biennial elections by amendment of 1876 
•A ms* 



50 OoisrsTiTiTTioif. 

written. "When such ballots shall have been received and counted in the 
presence of the electors, duplicate lists of the persons voted for, and of the 
number of votes given for each, shall be made and certified by the pre- 
siding officer, one of which lists shall be deposited in the office of the 
Town Clerk within three days„and the other within ten days, after said 
election, shall be transmitted to the Secretary, or to the sheriff of the 
county in which such election shall have been held. The sheriff receiving 
said votes shall delfver, or cause them to be delivered, to the Secretary 
within fifteen days next after said election. The votes so returned shall 
be counted by the Treasurer, Secretary, and Comptroller, within the 
month of April. A fair list of the persons and number of votes given for 
each, together with the returns of the presiding officers, shall be, by the 
Treasurer, Secretary, and Comptroller, made and laid before the General 
Assembly, then next to be holden, on the first day of the session thereof; 
and said Assembly shall, after examination of the same, declare the per- 
son whom they shall find to be legally chosen, and give him notice 
accordingly. If no person shall have a majority of the whole number of 
said votes, or if two or more shall have an equal and the greatest number 
of said votes, then said Assembly, on the second day of their session, by 
joint ballot of both Houses, shall proceed, without debate, to choose a 
Governor from a list of the names of the two persons having the greatest 
number of votes, or of the names of the persons having an equal and highest 
number of votes so returned as aforesaid. The General Assembly shall 
by law prescribe the manner in which all questions concerning the elec- 
tion of a Governor, or Lieutenant-Governor, shall be determined. 

Sec. 3. At the annual meetings of the electors, immediately after the 
election of Governor, there shall also be chosen, in the same manner as 
is hereinbefore provided for the election of Governor, a Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor,* who shall continue in office for the same time, and possess the 
same qualifications. 

Sec. 4. The compensations of the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, 
Senators, and Representatives, shall be established by law, and shall not 
be varied so as to take effect until after an election, which shall next 
succeed the passage of the law establishing said compensations. 

Sec. 5. The Governor shall be Captain-General of the militia of the 
State, except when called into the service of the United States. 

Sec. 6. He may require information in writing from the officers in the 
executive department, on any subject relating to the duties of their re- 
spective offices. 

Sec. 7. The Governor, in case of a disagreement between the two 
Houses of the General Assembly respecting the time of adjournment, may 
adjourn them to such time as he shall think proper, not beyond the day 
of the next stated session. 

Sec. 8. He shall, from time to time, give to the General Assembly 
information of the state of the government, and recommend to their con- 
sideration such measures as he shall deem expedient. 

Sec. 9. He shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed. 

Sec. 10. The Governor shall have power to grant reprieves after 
conviction, in all cases except those of impeachment, until the end of 
the next session of the General Assembly, aud no longer. 



• Altered by amendment of 1875- 



COKSTITtJTIOff. 51 

Sec. 11- All commissions shall be in the name and by authority of 
the State of Connecticut ; shall be sealed with the State seal, signed by 
the Governor, and attested by the Secretary. 

Sec. 12. Every bill which shall have passed both Houses of the Gen- 
eral Assembly shall be presented to the Governor. If he approves, he 
shall sign and transmit it to the Secretary, but if not he shall return it to 
the House in which it originated, with his objections, which shall be 
entered on the journals of the House; who shall proceed to reconsider 
the bill. If, after such reconsideration, that House shall again pass it, it 
shall be sent, with objections, to the other House, which shall also recon- 
sider it. If approved, it shall become a law. But in such cases the votes 
of both Houses shall be determined by yeas and nays; and the names of 
the members voting for and against the bill shall be entered on the jour- 
nals of each house respectively. If the bill shall not be returned by the 
Governor within three days, Sundays excepted, after it shall have been 
presented to him, the same shall be a law, in like manner as if he had 
signed it ; unless the General Assembly, by their adjournment, prevents 
its return ; in which case it shall not be a law. 

Sec. 13. The Lieutenant-Governor shall, by virtue of his office, be 
President of the Senate, and have, when in Committee of the Whole, a 
right to debate; and when the Senate is equally divided, to give the cast- 
ing vote. 

Sec. 14. In case of the death, resignation, refusal to serve, or- removal 
from office of the Governor, or of his impeachment or absence from the 
State, the Lieutenant-Governor shall exercise the powers and authority 
appertaining to the office of Governor, until another be chosen at the next 
periodical election for Governor, and be duly qualified ; or until the Gov- 
ernor, impeached or absent, shall be acquitted or return 

Sec. 15. When the government shall be administered by the Lieuten- 
ant-Governor, or he shall be unable to attend as President of the Senate, 
the Senate shall elect one of their members as President pro tempore. 
And if during the vacancy of the office of Governor the Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor shall die, resign, refuse to serve, or be removed from office, or if he 
shall be impeached or absent from the State, the President of the .Senate 
pro tempore shall, in like manner, administer the government, until he 
be superseded by a Governor, or Lieutenant-Governor. 

Sec. 16. If the Lieutenant-Governor shall be required to administer 
the Government, and shall, while in such administration, die or resign 
during the recess of the General Assembly, it shall be the duty of the Sec- 
retary, for the time being, to convene the Senate for the purpose of choos- 
ing a President pro tempore. 

Sec. 17. A Treasurer shall annually be chosen by the electors at 
their meeting in April;* and the votes shall be returned, counted, can- 
vassed, and declared in the same manner as is provided for the election of 
Governor and Lieutenant-Governor, but the votes for Treasurer shall 
be canvassed by the Secretary and Comptroller only. He shall receive 
all moneys belonging to the State, and disburse the same only as he may 
be directed by law. He shall pay no warrant or order for the disburse- 
ment of public money, until the same has been registered in the office of 
the Comptroller. 

* Altered by amendments of 1836, and 1875. 



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Sec. IS. A Secretary shall be-chosen next after the Treasurer, and in 
the same manner;* and the votes for Secretary shall be returned to, 
and counted, canvassed, and declared by the 'treasurer and Comptroller. 
He shall have the safe keeping and custody of the public records and 
documents, and particularly of the Acts, Resolutions, and orders of the 
General Assembly, and record the same; and perform all such duties as 
shall be prescribed by law. Tie shall be the keeper of the seal of the 
State, which shall not be altered. 

Sec. 19. A Comptroller of the Public Accounts shall be annually ap- 
pointed by the General Assembly.* He shall adjust and settle all pub- 
lic accounts and demands, except grants and orders of the General As- 
sembly. He shall prescribe the mode of keeping and rendering all public 
accounts. He shall ex officio be one of the auditors of the accounts of the 
Treasurer. The General Assembly may assign to him other duties in 
relation to his office, and to that of the Treasurer, and shall prescribe the 
manner in which his duties shall be performed. 

Sec. 20. A sheriff shall be appointed in each county by the General 
Assembly,! who shall hold his office for three years,:j; removable by said 
Assembly, and shall become bound, with sufficient sureties to the Treas- 
urer of the State, for the faithful discharge of the duties of his office, in 
such manner as shall be prescribed by law. In case the sheriff of any 
county shall die or resign, the Governor may fill the vacancy occasioned 
thereby, 'until the same shall be filled by the General Assembly. 

Sec. 21. A statement of all receipts, payments, funds, and debts of 
the State, shall be published from time to time, in such manner and at 
such periods as shall be prescribed by law. 

ARTICLE FIFTH. 

OF THE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

Section 1. The judicial power of the State shall be vested in a 
Supreme Court of Errors, a Superior Court, and such inferior courts as 
the General Assembly shall, from time to time, ordain and establish ; the 
powers and jurisdiction of which courts shall be defined by law. 

Sec. 2. There shall be appointed in each county a sufficient number 
of justices of the peace, with such jurisdiction in civil and criminal cases 
as the General Assembly may prescribe. 

Sec. 3. The Judges of the Supreme Court of Errors, of the Superior 
and Inferior courts, and all justices of the peace, shall be appointed by 
the General Assembly, in such manner as shall by law be prescribed.§ 
The Judges of the Supreme Court and the Superior Court shall hold their 
offices during good behavior, § but may be removed by impeachment; 
and the Governor shall also remove them on the address of two-thirds of 
the members of each House of the General Assembly; all other judges 
and justices of the peace shall be appointed annually.] No judge or 
justice of the peace shall be capable of holding his office after he shall 
arrive at the age of seventy years. 

♦Altered by amendment rf 1838 
t Altered bv amendment of 1KJ8. 
t Altered by amendment of J886. 

§ Altered by amendments. 
|| Altered by amendment of 1876. 



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ARTICLE SIXTH. 

OF THE QUALIFICATIONS OF ELECTORS. 

Section 1. All persons who have been, or shall hereafter, previous 
to the ratification of this Constitution, be admitted freemen, according 
to the existing laws of this State, shall be electors. 

Sec. 2. Every white* male citizen of the United States, who shall 
have gained a settlement in this State, attained the age of twenty-one 
years and resided in the town in which he may offer himself to be 
admitted to the privilege of an elector, at least six months preceding; 
and have a freehold estate of the yearly value of seven dollars in this 
State; or, having been eurolled in the m.litia, shall have peribrmed mili- 
tary duty therein for the term of one year next preceding the time he 
shall offer himself for admission.* or being liable thereto shall have been, 
by authority of law, excused therefrom ; or shall have paid a State tax 
within the year next preceding the time he shall present himself for such 
admission ; and shall sustain a good moral character, shall, on his taking 
such oath as may be prescribed by law, be an elector. 

Sec. 3. The privileges of an elector shall be forfeited by a conviction 
of bribery, forgery, perjury, duelling, fraudulent bankruptcy, theft, or other 
offence for which an infamous punishment is inflicted. f 

Sec. 4. Every elector shall be eligible to any office in tlis State, ex- 
cept in cases provided for in this Constitution. 

Sec. 5. The selectmen and town clerk of the several towns shall 
decide on the qualifications of electors, at such times and in such manner 
as may be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 6. Laws shall be made to support the privilege of free suffrage, 
prescribing the manner of regulating and conducting meetings of the 
electors, and prohibiting, under adequate penalties, all undue influence 
therein, from power, bribery, tumult, and other improper conduct. 

Sec. 7. In all elections of officers of the State, or members of the 
General Assembly, the votes of the electors shall be by ballot. 

Sec. 8. At all elections of officers of the State, or members of the 
General Assembly, the electors shall be privileged from arrest during 
their attendance upon, and going to, and returning from the same, on any 
civil process. 

Sec. 9. The meetings of the electors for the election of the several 
State officers by law annually to be elected, and members of the General 
Assembly of this State, shall be holden on the first Monday of April in 
each year.:}: 

ARTICLE SEVENTH. 

OF RELIGION. 

Section 1. It being the duty of all men to worship the Supreme 
Being, the Great Creator and Preserver of the Universe, and their right 
to render that worship in the mode most consistent with the dictates of 
their consciences, no person shall by law be compelled to join or support, 
nor be classed with, or associated to, any congregation, church, or religious 

* Altered by amendments. 

t May be restored, amendment Art. xvii. 

X Altered by amendment! of 1875, and 1884. 



54 ^CONSTITUTION. 

association. But every person now belonging to such congregation^ 
church, or religious association, shall remain a member thereof until he 
shall have separated himself therefrom in the manner hereinafter pro- 
vided. And each and every society or denomination of Christians in this 
State shall have and enjoy the same and equal powers, rights, and 
privileges; and shall have power and authority to support and maintain 
the ministers or teachers of their respective denominations, and to build 
and repair houses for public worship by a tax on the members of any 
such society only, to be laid by a major vote of the legal voters assem- 
bled at any society meeting, warned and held according to law, or in 
any other manner. 

Sec. 2. If any person shall choose to separate himself from the society 
or denomination of Christians to which he may belong, and shall leave a 
written notice thereof with the clerk of such society, he shall thereupon 
be no longer liable for any future expenses which may be incurred by 
said society. 

ARTICLE EIGHTH. 

OF EDUCATION. 

Section 1. ' The charter of Yale College, as modified by agreement 
with the corporation thereof, in pursuance of an Act of the General Assem- 
bly, passed in May, 1792, is hereby confirmed. 

Sec. 2. The fund called the School Fund shall remain a perpetual 
fund, the interest of which shall be inviolably appropriated to the support 
and encouragement of the public or common schools throughout the State, 
and for the equal benefit of all the people thereof. The value and 
amount of said fund shall, as soon as practicable, be ascertained in such 
manner as the General Assembly may prescribe, published, and recorded 
in the Comptroller's office, and no law shall ever be made authorizing 
said fund to be diverted to any other use than the encouragement and 
support of public or common schools, among the several school societies, 
ys justice and equity shall require. 

ARTICLE NINTH. 

OP IMPEACHMENTS. 

Section 1. The House of Representatives shall have the sole power 
of impeaching. 

Sec. 2. All impeachments shall be tried by the Senate. "When sitting 
for that purpose, they shall be on oath or affirmation. No person shall 
be convicted without the concurrence of two-thirds of the members pres- 
ent. "When the Governor is impeached, the Chief Justice shall preside. 

Sec. 3. The Governor, and all other executive and judicial officers, 
shall be liable to impeachment; but judgments in such cases shall not 
extend further than to removal from office and disqualification to hold 
any office of honor, trust, or profit under this State. The party convicted 
shall, nevertheless, be liable and subject to indictment, trial, and punish- 
ment according to law. 

Sec. 4. Treason against the State shall consist only in levying war 
against it, or adhering to its enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No 
person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two 



CONSTITUTION. 55 

witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court. No con- 
viction of treason or attainder shall work corruption of blood or forfeiture. 

ARTICLE TENTH. 

GENERAL PROVISIONS. 

Section 1. Members of the General Assembly, and all officers, ex- 
ecutive and judicial, shall, before they enter on the duties of their re- 
spective offices, take the following oath or affirmation, to wit: 

You do solemnly swear, or affirm (as the case may be), that you will 

support the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of the 

State of Connecticut, so long as you continue a citizen thereof; and that 

you will faithfully discharge, according to law, the duties of the office of 

to the best of your abilities. So help you God. 

Sec. 2. Each town shall annually elect selectmen, and such officers of 
local police as the laws may prescribe. 

Sec. 3. The rights and duties of all corporations shall remain as if 
this Constitution had not been adopted ; with the exception of such regu- 
lations and restrictions as are contained in this^Constitution. All judicial 
and civil officers now in office, who have been 'appointed by the General 
Assembly, and commissioned according to law, and all such officers as 
shall be appointed by the said Assembly, and commissioned as aforesaid, 
before the first "Wednesday of May next, shall continue to hold their offices 
until the first day of June next, unless they shall before that time resign, 
or be removed from office according to law. The Treasurer and Secretary 
shall continue in office until a Treasurer and Secretary shall be appointed 
under this Constitution. All military officers shall continue to hold and 
exercise their respective offices until they shall resign or be removed 
according to law. All laws not contrary to, or inconsistent with, the 
provisions of this Constitution shall remain in force until they shall ex- 
pire by their own limitation, or shall be altered or repealed by the Gen- 
eral Assembly, in pursuance of this Constitution. The validity of all 
bonds, debts, contracts, as well of individuals as of bodies corporate, or 
the State, of all suits, actions, or rights of action, both in law and equity, 
shall continue as if no change had taken place. The Governor, Lieut- 
enant-Governor, and General Assembly, which is to be formed in October 
next, shall have and possess all the powers and authorities not repugnant 
to, or inconsistent with, this Constitution, which they now have and pos- 
sess, until the first "Wednesday of May next. 

Sec. 4. No judge of the Superior Court, or of the Supreme Court of 
Errors; no member of Congress; no person^holding any office under the 
authority of the United States; no person holding the office of Treasurer, 
Secretary, or Comptroller; no sheriff, or sheriffs deputy shall be a mem- 
ber of the General Assembly. 

A'RTICLE ELEVENTH. 

OF AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

Whenever a majority of the House of Representatives shall deem it 
necessary to alter or amend this Constitution, they may propose such alter- 
ation and amendments ; which proposed amendments shall be continued 



56 CONSTITUTION. 

to the next General Assembly, and be published with the laws which 
may have been passed at the same session ; and if two-thirds of each 
House, at the next session of said Assembty, shall approve the amend- 
ments proposed, by yeas and nays, said amendment shall, by the Secre- 
tary, be transmitted to the town clerk in each town in the State, whose 
duty it shall be to present the same to the inhabitants thereof, for their 
consideration, at a town meeting, legally warned and held for that pur- 
pose; and if it shall appear, in a manner to be provided by law, that a 
majority of the electors present at such meetings shall have approved 
such amendments, the same shall be valid, to all intents and purposes, as 
a part of this Constitution. 

Done in Convention, on the fifteenth day of September, in the year of 
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen, and of the Inde- 
pendence of the United States the forty-third. 
By order of the Convention, 

OLIV : WOLCOTT, President. 
James Lanman, ) n , 
Robert Fairchild, y 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

ARTICLE I. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1828. 

From and after the first Wednesday of May, in the year of our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and thirty, the Senate of this State shall con- 
sist of not less than eighteen nor more than twenty-four members, and 
be chosen by 'districts. 

ARTICLE II. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1828. 

The General Assembly, which shall be holden on the first "Wednesday 
of May, in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, shall 
divide the State into districts for the choice of Senators, and shall deter- 
mine what number shall be elected in each; which districts shall not be 
less than eight nor more than twenty-four in number, and shall always 
be composed of contiguous territory, and in forming them no town shall 
be divided, nor shall the wliole or part of one county be joined to the 
whole or part of another county to form a district: regard being had 
to the population in said apportionment, and in forming said districts, 
in such manner that no county shall have less than two senators. The 
districts, when established, shall continue the same until the session of 
the General Assembly next after the completion of the next census of the 
United States; which said Assembly shall have power to alter the same, 
if found necessary, to preserve a proper equality between said districts, 
in respect to the number of inhabitants therein, according to the princi- 
ples above recited; after which said district shall not be altered, nor 
the number of Senators altered, except at any session of the General 
.A^embly next after the completion of a census of the United States, 
and then only according to the principles above described. 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 57 

» 

ARTICLE III. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1828. 

At the meeting of the electors on the first Monday of April, in the 
year one thousand eight hundred and thirty, and annually thereafter, 
immediately after the choice of Representatives, the electors qualified by 
law to vote in the choice of such Representatives shall be called upon 
by the presiding officer in such meeting, in the several towns within 
their districts, respectively, to bring in their ballots for such person or 
number of persons to be Senator or Senators for such districts in the 
next General Assembly, as shall by law be allowed to such districts 
respectively; * which person or persons at the time of holding such meet- 
ings shall belong to and reside in the respective districts in which they 
shall be so balloted for, as aforesaid : And each elector present at such 
meeting, qualified as aforesaid, may thereupon bring in his ballot or suf- 
frage for such person or persons as he shall choose to be Senators for 
such district, not exceeding the number by law allowed to the same, with 
the name or names of such person or persons fairly written on one piece 
of paper* And the votes so given shall be received, counted, canvassed, 
and declared in the same manner now provided by the Constitution for 
the choice of Senators. The person or persons, not exceeding the num- 
ber by law allowed to the districts in which such votes shall be given 
in, having the highest number of votes, shall be declared to be dulj 
elected for such districts : But in the event of an equality of votes be- 
tween two or more of the persons so voted for, the House of Repre- 
sentatives shall, in the mariner provided for by the Constitution, designate 
which of such person or persons shall be declared to be duly elected. 

ARTICLE IT. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1832. 

There shall annually f be chosen and appointed a Lieutenant-Governor, 
a Treasurer, and Secretary, in the same manner as is provided in the 
second section of the fourth article of the Constitution of this State, 
for the choice and appointment of a Governor. 

ARTICLE Y. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1836. 

A Comptroller of Public Accounts shall be annually f chosen by the 
electors, at their meeting in April, and in the same manner as the Treasurer 
and Secretary are chosen, and the votes for Comptroller shall bo returned 
to, counted, canvassed, and declared by the Treasurer and Secretary. 

ARTICLE VI. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1836. 

The electors in the respective towns, on the first Monday of April f 
in each year, may vote for Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Treasurer, 
Secretary, Senators, and Representatives in the General Assembly sue- 

* Altered by amendment of 1836. 
t Altered by amendments of 1875. 



58 AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

• 

cessively, or for any number of said officers at the same time, and 
the General Assembly shall have power to enact laws regulating and 
prescribing the order and manner of voting for said officers, and also pro- 
viding for the election of Representatives at some time subsequent to the 
first Monday of April in all cases when it shall so happen that the elec- 
tors in any town shall fail on that day to elect the Representative or 
Representatives to which such town shall be by law entitled : provided, 
that in all elections of officers of the State, or members of the General 
Assembly, the votes of the electors shall be by ballot, either written or 
printed. 

ARTICLE VII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1838. 

A sheriff shall be appointed in each county by the electors therein, in 
such manner as shall be prescribed by law, who shall hold his office 
for three years,* removable by the General Assembly, and shall become 
bound with sufficient sureties to the Treasurer of the State for the 
faithful discharge of the duties of his office. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1845. 

Every white f male citizen of the United States, who shall have attained 
the age of twenty-one years, who shall have resided in this State for a 
term of one year next preceding, and in the town in which he may offer 
himself to be admitted to the privileges of an elector, at least six months 
next preceding the time he may so offer himself, \ and shall sustain a good 
moral character, shall, on his taking such oath as may be prescribed by 
law, be an elector. 

ARTICLE IX. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1850. 

The Judges of Probate shall be appointed by the electors residing in 
the several probate districts, and qualified to vote for Representatives 
therein, in such manner as shall be prescribed by law. 

ARTICLE X. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1850. 

The Justices of the Peace for the several towns in this State shall be 
appointed by the electors in such towns; and the time and mannerof their 
election, the number for each town, and the period for which they shail 
hold their offices, shall be prescribed by law. 

ARTICLE XL 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1855. 

Every person shall be able to read any article of the Constitution, 
or any section of the Statutes of this State, before being admitted an 
elector. 

* Altered by amendment of 1886. 
t Altered by amendments of 1876. 
% Altered by amendments of 1855. 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. &§ 

ARTICLE XII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1856. 

The Judges of the Supreme Court of Errors, and of the Superior Court, 
appointed in the year 1855, and thereafter, shall hold their offices for thfl 
term of eight years, but may be removed by impeachment ; and the Gov- 
ernor shall also remove them on the address of two-thirds of each Housa 
of the General Assembly. No Judge of the Supreme Court of Errors, or 
of the Superior Court, shall be capable of holding office after he shall 
arrive at the age of seventy years. 

ARTICLE XIII. 

ADOPTED AUGUST, 1864. 

[Every elector of this State who shall be in the military service of the 
United States, either as a drafted person or volunteer, during the present 
rebellion, shall when absent from this State, because of such service, have the 
same right to vote in any election of State officers, Representatives in 
Congress, and electors of President and Vice-President of the United 
States, as he would have if present at the time appointed for such elec- 
tion, in the town in which he resided at the time of his enlistment into 
such service. This provision shall in no case extend to persons in the 
regular army of the United States, and shall cease and become inoperative 
and void upon the termination of the present war. 

The General Assembly shall prescribe, by law, in what manner and 
at what time the votes of electors absent from this State, in the military 
service of the United States, shall be received, counted, returned, and 
canvassed.]* 

ARTICLE XIY. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1813. 

All annual and special sessions of the General Assembly shall on and 
after the first Wednesday of May, A. D. 1875, be held at Hartford, but the 
person administering the office of Governor may, in case of special 
emergency, convene said Assembly at any other place in this State. 

ARTICLE XY. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1874. 

The House of Representatives shall consist of electors residing in 
towns from whiqh they are elected. Every town which now contains, or 
hereafter shall contain, a population of five thousand, shall be entitled to 
send two representatives, and every other one shall be entitled to its 
present representation in the General Assembly. The population of each 
town shall be determined by the enumeration made under the authority 
of the census of the United States next before the election of Representa- 
tives is held. 

* Now inoperative. 



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ARTICLE XYI. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 18 7 5. 

Section 1. A general election for Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, 
Secretary of State, Treasurer, Comptroller, and members of the General 
Assembly, shall be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday of 
November, 1876, and annually thereafter, for such officers as are herein 
and may be hereafter prescribed.* 

Sec. 2. The State officers above named, and the Senators from those 
districts having even numbers, elected on the Tuesday after the first 
Monday of November, 1876, and those elected biennially thereafter on 
the Tuesday after the first Monday of November, shall respectively hold 
their offices for two years from and after the Wednesday following the 
first Monday of the next succeeding January. The Senators from those 
districts having odd numbers elected on the Tuesday after the first 
Monday of November, 1876, shall hold their offices for one year from 
and after the Wednesday following the first Monday of January, 1877; 
the electors residing in the senatorial districts having odd numbers shall, 
on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November, 1877, and biennially 
thereafter, elect Senators who shall hold their offices for two years from 
and after the Wednesday following the first Monday of the next succeed- 
ing January. The Representatives elected from the several towns on the 
Tuesday after the first Monday of November, 1876, and those elected 
annually thereafter, shall hold their offices for one year from and after 
the Wednesday following the first Monday of the next succeeding 
January.* 

Sec. 3. There shall be a stated session of the General Assembly in 
Hartford on the Wednesday after the first Monday of January, 1877, 
and annually* thereafter on the Wednesday after the first Monday of 
January. 

Sec. 4. The persons who shall be severally elected to the State offices 
and General Assembly on the first Monday of April, 1876, shall hold such 
offices only until the Wednesday after the first Monday of January, 1877. 

Sec. 5. The General Assembly elected in April, 1876, shall have 
power to pass such laws as may be necessary to carry into effect the pro- 
visions of this amendment. 

ARTICLE XYII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1875. 

The General Assembly shall have power, by a vote of two-thirds of 
the members of both branches, to restore the privileges of an elector to 
those who may have forfeited the same by a conviction of crime. 

ARTICLE XVIII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

In case a new town shall hereafter be incorporated, such new town 
shall not be entitled to a Representative in the General Assembly unless 
it has at least twenty-five hundred inhabitants, and unless the town from 

♦Altered by amendment of 1884. 



Amendments To the constitution. 01 

which the major portion of its territory is taken has also at least twenty 
five hundred inhabitants; but until such towns shall each have at least 
twenty-five hundred inhabitants, such new town shall, for the purpose 
of representation in the General Assembly, be attached to and be deemed 
to be a part of, the town from which the major portion of its territory i? 
taken, and it shall be an election district of such town for the purpose of 
representation in the House of Representatives. 

ARTICLE XIX. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

The provisions of Section 2, Article IV of the Constitution, and of the 
amendments thereto, shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to all elections held 
on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November, 1876, and annually 
thereafter. 

ARTICLE XX. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

Judges of the Courts of Common Pleas, and of the District Courts, shall 
be .appointed for terms of four years. Judges of the City Courts and 
Police Courts shall be appointed for terms of two years. 

ARTICLE XXL 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

Judges of Probate shall be elected by the electors residing in their 
respective districts on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November, 
1876, and biennially thereafter. Those persons elected Judges of Pro- 
bate on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November, 1876, and those 
elected biennially thereafter, shall hold their offices for two years from 
and after the Wednesday after the first Monday of the next succeeding 
January. Those persons elected Judges of Probate on the first Monday 
of April, 1876. shall hold their offices only until the Wednesday after 
the first Monday of January, 1877. 

ARTICLE XXII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

The compensation of members of the General Assembly shall not ex- 
ceed three hundred dollars per annum, and one mileage each way for 
each session, at the rate of twenty-five cents per mile. * 

ARTICLE XXIII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

That Article VIII of the amendments to the Constitution be amended 
*>y erasing the word "white" from the first line. 



Altered by amendment of lt-<84. 



(32 AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

ARTICLE XXIV. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1817. 

Neither the General Assembly nor any County, City, Borough, Town, 
or School District shall have power to pay or grant auy extra compensa- 
tion to any public officer, employe, agent, or servant, or increase the 
compensation of any public officer or employe, to take effect during 
the continuance in office of any person whose salary might be increased 
thereby, or increase the pay or compensation of any public contractor 
above the amount specified in the contract. 

ARTICLE XXV. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1877. 

No County, City, Town, Borough, or other municipality shall ever sub- 
scribe to the capital stock of any railroad corporation, or become a pur- 
chaser of the bonds, or make donation to, or loan its credit, directly or 
indirectly, in aid of any such corporation ; but nothing herein contained 
shall affect the validity of any bonds or debts incurred under existing 
laws, nor be construed to prohibit the General Assembly from authorizing 
any Town or City to protect, by additional appropriations of money oi 
credit, any railroad debt contracted prior to the adoption of this amendment. 

ARTICLE XXVI. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1880. 

The Judges of the Supreme Court of Errors, and of the Superior Court, 
shall, upon nomination of the Governor, be appointed by the General 
Assembly, in such manner as shall by law be prescribed. 

ARTICLE XXVII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1884. 

Section 1. A general election for Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, 
Secretary, Treasurer, Comptroller, and members of the General Assembly, 
shall be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November, 1886, 
and biennially thereafter for such officers as are herein and may be 
hereafter, prescribed. 

Sec. 2. The State officers above named, and members of the General 
Assembly, elected on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November, 
1886, and those elected biennially thereafter on the Tuesday after the 
first Monday of November, shall hold their respective offices from the 
Wednesday following the first Monday of the next succeeding January 
until the Wednesday after the first Monday of the third succeeding 
January, and until their successors are duly qualified. 

Sec. 3. The compensation of members of the General Assembly shall 
not exceed three hundred dollars for the term for which they are elected, 
and one mileage each way for the regular session, at the rate of twenty- 
five cents per mile; they shall also receive one mileage, at the same rate 
for attending any extra session called by the Governor. 

Skc. 4. The regular sessions of the General Assembly shall com- 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. go 

mence on the "Wednesday following the first Monday of the January 
next succeeding the election of its members. 

Sec. 5. The Senators elected on the Tuesday after the first Monday 
of November, 1885, shall hold their offices only until the "Wednesday 
after the first Monday of January, 1887. 

ARTICLE XXVIII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1886. 

Sheriffs shall be elected in the several counties, on the Tuesday after 
the first Monday of November, 1886, and quadrennially thereafter, for 
the term of four years, commencing on the first day of June following 
their election. 



64 STATE GOVERNMENT. 



CONNECTICUT STATE GOVERNMENT. 



EXECUTIVE CHAMBER. 

(Second floor, Capitol.) 

O. Vincent Coffin, Governor. 
Lorrin A. Cooke, Lieutenant- Governor. 

* Frank D. Haines, Executive Secretary. ] 
Frank D. Rood, Chief Clerk. 



Governor's Staff. 



Brigadier-General Charles P. Graham, Adjutant- General. 
Colonel Wm, E. F. Landers, Assistant Adjutant- General. 
Brigadier-General Wm. E. Disbrow, Quar 'master- General. 
Colonel Louis R. Cheney, Assistant Quartermaster- General. 
Brigadier- General Geo. Austin Bow en, Surgeon- General. 
Brigadier-General Henry S. Peck, Commissary- General. 
Brigadier-General James H. Jarman, Paymaster- General.' 
Brigadier-General Leonard M. Daggett, Judge- Advocate-General. 
Colonel Herbert L. Camp, Aid-de-Camp. 
Colonel Frederic C. Johnson, Aid-de-Camp. 
Colonel Watson J. Miller, Aid-de-Camp. 
Colonel Henry W. Wessells, Aid-de-Camp. 



SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 

(Second floor, Capitol.) j 
William C. Mowry, Secretary. 

Robinson S. Hinman, Chief Clerk. 
Richard J. Dwyer, Assistant Clerk. 
William ^aruthers, Assistant Clerk. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 65 



TREASURER'S OFFICE. 

(First floor, Capitol.) 
George W. Hodge, Treasurer. 

B. Frank Marsh, Chief Clerk. 
Harry L. Hilton, Assistant Clerk. 
Charles F. Sumner, Jr., Assistant Clerk. 



COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. 



(First floor, Capitol.) 

Benjamin P. Mead, Comptroller. 

Emerson W. Moore, Chief Clerk. 
John H. Wadhams, Assistant Clerk. 

Charles H. Butler, Superintendent of the Capitol. 
Benjamin C. McKenney, Assistant Superintendent. 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. 

(First floor, Capitol.) 

Charles P. Graham, Brigadier-General, Adjutant-General. 
Wm. E. F. Landers, Colonel, Assistant Adjutant- General. 

Theron C. Swan, Clerk. 
Walter Pearce, Clerk. 
Lorenzo D. Converse, Clerk. 



QUARTERMASTER-GENERALS OFFICE. 

(Third floor, Capitol.) 

William E. Disbrow, Brigadier-General, Quartermaster General. 
Louis R. Cheney, Colonel, Assistant Quartermaster-General. 

M. J. Wise, Clerk. 



STATE LIBRARY. 

(Third floor, Capitol.) 

Charles J. Hoadly, Librarian. 



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COMMITTEES. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On the Judiciary. SupremeCourt Room. 

Senator Warner, Nineteenth District. 

Messrs. Judson of Stratford, Messrs. Bowen of Windham, 

Roraback of N. Canaan, Gunn of Milford, 

Cowell of Waterbury, Hicks of Tolland. 

Greene of Norwich, Goodrich of Wethersfield. 

Clerk. — Mr. Roraback. 

On the School Fund. Room 7, 1st floor, east. 

Senator Dayton, Seventh District. 
Messrs. Newton of Wallingford, Messrs. Marcy of Eastford, 

Eldredge of Willington, Mundry of Salisbury, 

McCall of Lebanon, Gillette of Haddam, 

Gould of Easton, Barrett of Hartford. 

Clerk.— Mr. Eldredge. 

On Banks. Room 55, 3d floor, west. 

Senator Ferris, Thirteenth District. 
Messrs. Keeler of Norwalk, Messrs. Noyes of Stonington, 

Stoughton of Plymouth, Bixby of Thompson, 

Southworth of Southington, Talcott of Vernon, 

Hall of Waterbury, Holbrook of Windsor L's. 

Clerk. — Mr. Stoughton. 

On State Prison. Room 45, 3d floor, east. 

Senator Smith, Eighteenth District. 
Messrs. Kinlock of New Britain, Messrs. Van Alstyne of Sharon, 
Robbins of Wethersfield, Swan of East Haddam, 

Linsly of No. Branford, Weeks of Mansfield, 

Hunt of Chaplin, Lee of Brookfield. 

Clerk. — Mr. Robbins. 



On New Towns and Probate Districts. Room 79, 4th floor, west. 

Senator Little, Twenty-third District. 
Messrs. Jacobs of Killingly, Messrs. Coats of No. Stonington, 

Ogden of Wilton, Whitney of Barkhamst'd, 

Ruick of Granby, Atwell of Durham, 

Sanford of Oxford, Aldrich of Union. 

Clerk— Mv. Ogden. * 






COMMITTEES. 79 

On Roads, Bridges, and Rivers. Room 73, 4th floor, west. 

Senator Hunt, Seventeenth District. 
Messrs. Sternberg of W. Hartf d, Messrs. Balch of Ashford, 
Wakeman of Westport, Page of Harwinton, 

Walter of Cheshire, Jones of Saybrook, 

Roberts of Lisbon, Wanzer of New Fairfield. 

Clerk. — Mr. Wakeman. 

On Incorporations. Room 27, 2d floor, east. 

Senator Webster, Fifth District. 
Messrs. Warner of Putnam, Messrs. Goulden of Stamford, 

Boss of New London, Spalding of Winchester, 

Goodrich of Wethersfield, Alvord of Bolton, 

Downer of Hamden, Dempsey of Danbury. 

Clerk.— Mr. Boss. 

On Claims. Room 6, 1st floor, east 

Senator Mix, Sixth District. 
Messrs. Brewer of Norwich, Messrs. Mead of Ridgefield, 

Beach of Seymour, Kenney of Washington, 

Sanborn of Canton, Stoughton of Bethlehem 

Bailey of Groton, Campbell of Newtown. 

Clerk.— Mr. Beach. 

On Education. Room 42, 3d floor, east 

Senator Palmer, Tenth District. 
Messrs. Williams of Glastonbury, Messrs. Corttis of Thompson, 
Range of Guilford, Miller of Killingly, 

Turner of Lebanon, Backus of Andover, 

Lacey of Fairfield, Marsh of Litchfield. 

Clerk.— Mr. Corttis. 

On Sale of Lands. Room 54, 3d floor, west. 

Senator Johnson, Eighth District. 

Messrs. Roraback of No. Canaan, Messrs. Seymour of NewHartf'd, 

Whitehead of Simsbury, Patten of Somers, 

Froidevaux of Avon, Chapman of Preston, 

Peck of Bethany, Gallup of Ashford. 

Clerk.— Mr. Whitehead. 

On Finance. Room 55, 3d floor, west. 

Senator Lounsbury, Twelfth District. 
Messrs. Rowan of Norwalk, Messrs. Marsh of Bridgeport, 

Roraback of Torrington, Mills of Middlefield, 

Francis of Newington, Keeney of Somers, 

fucker of Ansonia, Roberts of Bast Hartford. 

Clerk. — Mr. Roraback. 



80 COMMITTEES. 

On Railroads. Room 41, 3d floor, east. 

Senator Coffey, Third District. 
Messrs. Smith of Winchester, Messrs. Hull of Monroe, 

Hall of Willington, Jackson of Woodstock, 

Eaton of North Haven, Bingham of E. Haddam, 

Pendleton of Stonington, Gabb of Bloomfield. 

Clerk.— Mr. Hall. 

On Military Affairs. Room 15, 1st floor, west. 

Senator Crosby, Second District. 
Messrs. Allen of Sprague, Messrs. Close of Greenwich, 

Cheney of Manchester, Jacobs of Killingly, 

Chaffee of Derby, Kingman of Washington, 

Rouse of Voluntown, Miller of East Windsor. 

Clerk. — Mr. Cheney. 

On Agriculture. Room 50, 3d floor, east. 

Senator Averill, Twentieth District. 

Messrs. Day of Brooklyn, Messrs. Buckingham of Fairfield, 

Dayton of Watertown, Hammond of Cromwell, 

DuBon of Windsor, Thompson of Ellington, 

Hough of Wallingford, Morgan of Salem. 

Clerk.— Mr. Dayton. 

On Humane Institutions. Room 47, 3d floor, east. 

Senator Bernd, Fifteenth District. 
Messrs. Newton of New Haven, Messrs. Lounsbury of Darien, 
Whiton of Manchester, Barber of Putnam, 

Fuller of Suffleld, Battey of Columbia, 

Saunders of Waterford, Booth of New Milford. 

Clerk. — Mr. Saunders. 

On Cities and Boroughs. Room 60, 3d floor, west. 

Senator Marigold, Fourteenth District. 
Messrs. Williams of Salisbury, Messrs. Wilson of Windham, 

Tibbals of Milford, Bushnell of O. Saybrook, 

Wadsworth of Suffleld, Fahey of Vernon, 

Harvey of Colchester, Blackman of Newtown. 

Clerk.— Mr. Tibbals. 

On FisJieries. Room 25, 2d floor, east. 

Senator Chapman, Twenty-first District. 

Messrs. Smith of Groton, Messrs. Hungerford of Sherman, 

Taber of Plainfield, Wall of Torrington, 

Georgia of Farmington, Parmelee of Killingw'th, 

Munger of Madison, Smith of Pomfret. 

Clerk. — Mr. Taber. 



COMMITTEES. 81 

On Insurance. Room 18, 1st floor, west. 

Senator Fuller, Twenty-fourth District. 
Messrs. Clark of Haddam, Messrs. Mansfield of Redding, 

Brockett of Simsbury, Bird of Pomfret, 

Page of Meriden, Ford of Canaan, 

Lathrop of Franklin, Hull of Clinton. 

Clerk.— Mr. Page. 

On Manufactures. Room 76, 4th floor, west. 

Senator Birge, Fourth District. 
Messrs. Hall of Bristol, Messrs. Brown of Colchester, 

Hale of Portland, Clark of Cornwall, 

Clark of Southington, Buckley of Sharon, 

Elliott of New Haven, Gladding of Chester. 

Clerk. — Mr. Hale. 

On Appropriations. Room 26, 2d floor, east. 

Senator Lee, Ninth District. 
Messrs. Converse of Stafford, Messrs. Douglas of Sterling, 

Parker of Saybrook, Thomas of Thomaston, 

Reynolds of Bristol, Vaill of Goshen, 

Parmelee of N. London, Wood of Derby. 

Clerk. — Mr. Parker. 

On Labor. Room 46, 3d floor, east. 

Senator Dayton, Seventh District. 
Messrs. Middleton of Enfield, Messrs. Warner of Hebron, 

Morrill of Meriden, Turnbull of New Britain, 

LaPlace of Lyme, Markham of Durham, 

Roberts of Kent, Orton of Danbury. 

Clerk.— Mr. Orton. 

On Engrossed Bills. 

Senators Chandler, Sixteenth District, and Hall, First 
District. 
Messrs. Hull of Monroe, and Marsh of Litchfield. 

Clerk. — Mr. J. F. Carpenter of Putnam. 

On Temperance. Room 80, 4th floor, west. 

Senator Gates, Eleventh District. 
Messrs. Starr of Chatham, Messrs. Main of No. Stonington, 

Watrous of Hartford, Keller of Bridgeport, 

Bidwell of East Granby, Hopkins of Warren, 

Grannis of East Haven, Deming of Colebrook. 

Clerk.— Mr. Keller. 



82 COMMITTEES. 

On Forfeited Rights. Room 75, 4th floor, west. 

Senator Crosby, Second District. 
Messrs. Washburn of Stafford, Messrs. Lucas of Goshen, 

Talmage of Prospect, Lord of Killingworth, 

Tennant of Hebron, McCarthy of Naugatuck, 

Everett of Barkhamsted, Bugbee of Old Lyme. 

Clerk.— Mr. Lord. 

JOINT SELECT COMMITTEES. 

On Constitutional Amendments. Room 72, 4th floor, west. 

Senator Johnson, Eighth District. 
Messrs. Judson of Stratford, Messrs. Morgan of Plainfield, 
Welch of Windsor, Lewis of Middletown, 

Dudley of Guilford, Gunn of Milford, 

White of Ridgefield, Yutzler of Cornwall. 

Clerk.— Mr. Welch. 

On Capitol Furniture and Grounds. 

Senator Douglass, Twenty-second District. 
Messrs. Jones of New Canaan, Messrs. Garlick of Woodbury, 
Loveland of Glastonbury, Mead of Greenwich, 

Jeralds of Cheshire, Vinton of Mansfield, 

Goodwin of Woodstock, Potter of Griswold. 

Clerk. — Mr. Vinton. 

On Federal Relations. 

Senator Little, Twenty-third District. 
Messrs. Wallace of Union, Messrs. Hitchcock of Woodb'dge, 

Burnham of So. Windsor, Barnes of New Milford, 

Ruick of Granby, Main of Preston, 

Sheldon of Branford, Lathrop of Coventry. 

Clerk. — Mr. Lathrop. 

On Canvass of Votes for Justices of the Peace. 

Senator Averill, Twentieth District. 
Messrs. Kinney of Washington, Messrs. Squire of Roxbury, 

Bailey of Groton, Hodge of Marlborough, 

Mead of Ridgefield, Smith of Middlebury, 

Douglas of Sterling, Champlin of Coventry. 

Clerk. — Mr. Squire. 

On Woman Suffrage. 

Senator Palmer, Tenth District. 
Messrs. Gunn of Milford, Messrs. Stannard of Norfolk, 

Alderman of Burlington, Lewis of Farmington, 

Bailey of Wolcott, Terrill of Beacon Falls, 

Catlin of Harwinton, Gray of Ledyard. 

Clerk.— Mr. Terrell. 



COMMITTEES. 83 

On Judicial Nominations. Lieut. -Governor's Room. 

Senator Chandler, Sixteenth District. 
Messrs. Cowell of Waterbury, Messrs. Remington of Colebrook, 
Upson of Berlin, Lewis of Westbrook, 

Fairchild of Trumbull, Allen of East Windsor, 

Lord of Killingworth, Hill of East Lyme. 

Clerk. — Mr. Upson. 

New Counties and County Seats. Room 79, 4th floor, west. 

Senator Lee, Ninth District. 
Messrs. Sumner of Tolland, Messrs. Wheeler of Weston. 

Reed of Granby, Lincoln of Hampton, 

Mitchell of Southbury, Gillette of New Hartford, 

Wood of Montville, Bacon of Scotland. 

Clerk.— Mr. Wood. 

On Joint Rules. Room 60, 3d floor, west. 

Senator Marigold, Fourteenth District. 
Messrs. Bowen of Windham, Messrs. Kenney of Litchfield, 
Holmes of Rocky Hill, Somers of Woodbury, 

Parmelee of N. London, Lewis of Westbrook, 

Fairchild of Trumbull, Wooster of Bridgewater. 

Clerk.— Mr. Fairchild. 

On State Library. 

Senator Hall, First District. 
Messrs. Hicks of Tolland, Mr. Mead of Greenwich. 

Hemingway of Plainville, 

Clerk. — Mr. Hemingway. 

» 

On Public Health. Room 72, 4th floor, west. 

Senator Hall, First District. 
Messrs. Shelton of Huntington, Messrs. Smith of Canterbury, 
Finch of Enfield, Johnson of Norfolk, 

Mayberry of E. Hartford, Twitchell of Naugatuck, 

Bailey of Bethel, Ely of Lyme. 

Clerk. -=-Mr. Finch. 

On Manual and Roll. 

Senator Fuller, Twenty-fourth District. 
Messrs. Corttis of Thompson, Mr. Way of Bozrah. 

Osborn of Hartland, 

Clerk. — Mr. Osborn. 

On Unfinished Business. 

Senator Dayton, Seventh District. 
Messrs. Thomas of Thomaston, Mr. Carrier of Chatham. 

Potter of Griswold, 

Clerk.— Mr. Potter, Griswold. 



84 COMMITTEES. 

JOINT SPECIAL COMMITTEES. 

On Putnam Memorial Camp. Room 75, 4th fl., west side. 

Senator Bernd, Fifteenth District. 
Messrs. Wadsworth of Suffield, Messrs. Boss of New London, 
Mansfield of Redding, Lewis of Middletown, 

Roraback of Torrington, Barnes of New Milford, 

Vinton of Mansfield, Webster of Ansonia. 

Clerk. — Mr. Mansfield. 

SENATE COMMITTEES. 

On Executive Nominations. 

Senators Johnson, Eighth District, Smith, Eighteenth District. 
Mix, Sixth District. 

Clerk. — Senator Smith. 

On Contested Elections. 

Senators Warner, Nineteenth District, Hall, First District. 

Chandler, Sixteenth District. 

Clerk.— Mr. Chandler. 

On Contingent Expenses. 

Senators Marigold, Warner and Douglass. 
On Rules. 

Senator Marigold, Fourteenth District. 

HOUSE COMMITTEES. 

On Assignment of Seats. 

Messrs. Marsh of Bridgeport, Mr. Wood of Derby. 

Eaton of North Haven, 

Clerk. — Mr. Eaton. 

On Contested Elections. 

Messrs. Judson of Stratford, Mr. Roraback of Torrington. 

Gunn of Milford, 

Clerk. — Mr. Roraback. 

On Contingent Expenses. 

Messrs. Lord of Killingworth, Mr. Gabb of Bloomfield. 

Keller of Bridgeport, 

Clerk.— Mr. Keller. 
On Rules. 

Messrs. Newton of New Haven, Mr. Bowen of Windham. 

, Dempsey of Danbury, 

Clerk— ,Mr. Bowen. 

On Constitutional Amendments. Room 72, 4th floor, west. 

Messrs. Greene of Norwich, Messrs. Bradford of Canterbury, 

Wheeler of Hartland, Clark of Essex, 

Russell of Orange, Clark of Morris, 

Randle of Redding, Hicks of Tolland. 

Clerk. — Mr. Randle. 



RULES TO REGULATE 

Tfie Prseeedtrigs sf ttie Senate 



OF CONNECTICUT. 



Resolved, That the Rules and Orders following be, and they are hereby, 
adopted as the standing Eules and Orders of the Senate, and they shall 
be read at the commencement of each session of the General Assembly 
by the Clerk. 

1st. The President shall take the chair every day, at the hour to 
which the Senate shall have adjourned, and after prayer shall immediately 
call the Senate to order, and if a quorum be present, proceed to business. 
In case the President, or in his absence the President pro tempore wishes 
10 leave the chair from indisposition or other cause, he may designate a 
senator to perform the duties of the chair for a period not exceeding one 
day at one time. 

2d. The President shall preserve order, and decide questions of order 
without debate, subject to an appeal to the Senate. He shall rise to put 
a question, but may state it sitting. The question first moved and 
seconded shall be the first put, and in all cases the sense of the Senate 
shall be taken upon the largest number or sum, and the longest time 
proposed. 

3d. No member shall in any way interrupt the business of the Senate 
while the Journal or public papers are in reading, nor when any member 
is speaking in debate, nor while the President is putting the question. 

4th. When any member is about to speak in debate, or deliver any 
matter to the Senate, he shall rise and respectfully address " Mr. Presi- 
dent; if two or more rise at once, the President shall name the member 
who is first to speak. 

5th. No member shall speak more than twice upon the same question, 
without leave of the Senate, unless to explain. 

6th. When a question is before the Senate, no motion shall be received 
but to adjourn, table, postpone indefinitely, postpone to a certain date, 
commit, amend; which several motions shall have precedence in the order 
in which they stand arranged, aad a motion for adjournment shall always 
be in order, and be decided without debate. 

1th. If the question in debate contains several points, any member 
may have the same divided. 

8th. When the yeas and nays shall be called for by one-fifth of the 
members present, each member called upon shall (unless by special reason 
he be excused by the Senate) declare openly his assent or dissent to the 
question. 



86 KULBS OF THE SENATE. 

9th. When a motion is made and seconded, it shall be stated to the 
Senate by the President, before any debate be had thereon ; but every 
motion shall be reduced to writing, if the President so direct, or any 
member desire it. 

10th. Every bill and joint resolution shall be introduced by a motion 
for leave, or by order of the Senate, or the report of a committee, and 
every bill for a public act and every joint resolution shall receive three 
several readings in the Senate, previously to its being passed into an act. 
And no such bill or joint resolution shall be read twice on the same day, 
without the order of the Senate, except bills or joint resolutions originat- 
ing with any committee, or reported by a committee as substitutes, which 
may receive the first and second readings on the same day. And the 
President shall not state the same to the Senate for debate until the second 
reading. 

11th. A committee of three, shall within the first two days of each 
session, be appointed to take into consideration all contested elections of 
members of the Senate, and to report the facts in issue, together with their 
opinion thereon. 

] 2th. Committees of Conference shall be appointed by the Senate. 

13th. All omer committees shall be appointed by resolntion by the 
Senate, unless the Senate shall otherwise order. 

14th. When a motion has been stated by the President or read by the 
Clerk, it shall be considered to be in possession of the Senate, but may 
be withdrawn at anytime before decision or amendment; but not after 
amendment, unless the Senate give leave. 

15th. No member who is interested in the decision of any question in 
such manner that he cannot vote may stay in the Senate when such ques- 
tion is discussed or decided ; provided, however, that this rule shall not 
extend to the sitting members in contested elections. 

16th. When any member shall request a Committee of Conference on 
different votes of tne two Houses of Assembly, a committee consisting of 
one member, who was in the vote of the Senate, shall be appointed; and 
if any member who was not in such vote shall be nominated, he shall 
notify the Senate. 

17th. When the Senate has voted to appoint a committee to prepare 
a bill or resolve, upon any subject, no person shall be on such committee 
who was opposed to the vote of the Senate. 

18th. If any member, in speaking or otherwise, shall transgress the 
rules of the Senate, the President shall, and any member may, call him to 
order, and if speaking, he shall sit down, unless permitted to explain ; the 
Senate, if appealed to, shall decide the question without debate. 

19th. When a question shall have been once decided, it shall be in 
order for any member of the majority to move for a reconsideration thereof; 
but no such motion shall be made unless within three days of actual session 
of the Senate, after the day on which the decision to be reconsidered was 
made. 

20th. Before any petition or memorial address to the Senate shall be 
received and read at the table, whether the same shall be introduced by 
the President or a member, a brief statement of the contents or object of 
the petition or memorial shall be verbally made by the introducer. 

21st. All questions shall be put by the President of the Senate, and 



KULES OF THE SENATE. 87 

all Senators shall signify their assent or dissent by answering, viva voce, 
aye or no. And whenever the vote shall be doubted or questioned it shall 
be determined by the members rising, and in all cases the ayes shall be 
first called. 

22d. Every resolution or bill granting money from the treasury of the 
State shall, before its final passage, receive three several readings, only 
one of which shall be on the same day, except bills or resolutions 
originating with any committee or reported by a committee as substitutes, 
which may receive the first and second readings on the same day. 

23d. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to keep a calendar, on which he 
shall enter daily all bills and joint resolutions received from the House of 
Representatives for the action of the Senate, except the bills and joint • 
resolutions which have not been referred by the Senate to any committee, 
and all bills and joint resolutions reported to the Senate from any com- 
mittee; and these shall be entered on the calendar in the order in which 
they are reported; and no bill or joint resolution received from the House 
of Representatives or reported from a committee shall be considered and 
acted upon until it is reached in its regular order on the calendar, and all 
bills and resolutions shall remain upon the calendar one day before the 
same shall be starred for action. 

All bills and joint resolutions shall be entitled to be considered and 
acted upon when reached in their regular order on the calendar, and any 
bill or joint resolution not considered and acted upon in its regular order 
shall be placed at the foot of the calendar, unless the consideration of the 
same be by majority of the Senators present made the order of the day 
for some specified day named in the resolution. 

24th. It shall be the duty of the Clerk of the Senate to keep a record 
of all petitions, resolutions, joint resolutions, and bills for public acts 
which are presented for the consideration of the Senate; and said record 
shall be so kept as to show by one and a single reference thereto, the 
action of the Senate on any specified petition, resolution, joint resolution, 
or bill for a public act, up to the time of such reference. 



RULES 

OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

OF THE 

STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



TOUCHING- THE DUTY OF THE SPEAKER. 

1. The Speaker shall take the chair ever}' day, at the hour to which 
the House shall have adjourned; he shall immediately call the House 
to order, and after prayers and roll-call, if a quorum be present, proceed 
to business. 

2. In the absence of a quorum, the Speaker may adjourn the House 
to the afternoon, or to the next sitting day. At all other times during 
the session an adjournment shall be pronounced by the Speaker on 
motion. 

3. He shall preserve order and decorum ; and shall decide all questions 
of order, upon which no debate shall be allowed except at his request, and 
his decision shall be subject to an appeal to the House, on which appeal 
no member shall speak more than once. 

4. He shall rise to put a question or to address the House, but may read 
sitting. 

5. In case of any disturbance or disorderly conduct in the galleries, 
lobby, or aisles of the House, the Speaker shall have power to order the 
same to be cleared. 

6. In case the Speaker wishes to leave the chair for the purpose of 
taking part in the debate, or from indisposition, or other cause, he may 
designate a member to perform the duties of the chair, for a period not 
exceeding two days at oue time. 

7. In case the Speaker, or the member named b} him in accordance 
with the preceding rule, is absent at the hour to which the House stands 
adjourned, the Clerk shall call the House to order, at the hour to which 
the House stands adjourned, and the first business in order shall be the 
election of a Speaker pro tempore, which it shall immediately proceed to 
do without debate, by nomination or ballot, as the House shall determine; 
these questions shall also be decided without debate; and the Speaker 
pro tempore thus elected shall preside in the House and discharge all 
the duties of the Speaker until his return. In case of the death or 
resignation of a Speaker, the Clerk shall call the House to order as pro- 
vided in the first clause of this rule, and the first business in order shall be 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 89 

the election of a speaker by ballot, which the House shall immediately 
proceed to do without debate, and the Speaker thus elected shall preside 
over the House and discharge all the duties of the Speaker during the 
continuance of the General Assembly. 

OF THE CLERKS. 

8. The Clerk shall keep a Journal of the House, and shall enter thereir 
a record of each day's proceedings, and record any amendment that may 
be offered to any bill or resolution, provided such amendment be adopted, 
or a record of the same be requested by the member offering the same. 

9. He shall keep a Calendar, on which he shall enter daily (1) all bills 
and joint resolutions received from the Senate for the action of the House, 
except bills and joint resolutions which have not been referred by the 
House to any committee; and (2) all bills and resolutions reported to the 
House from any committee; and these shall be entered on the calendar in 
the order in which they are reported; and no bill or resolution received 
from the Senate, or reported from a committee, shall be considered and 
acted upon until it is reached in its regular order upon the calendar. 
Any bill or resolution not considered and acted upon in the regular order 
shall be placed at the foot of the calendar, unless the consideration of the 
same be, by vote of two-thirds of the members present, made the order of 
the day for some specified time. 

10. The Clerk shall retain all bills, resolutions, and other papers, in 
reference to which any member has a right to move a reconsideration, until 
the right of reconsideration has expired, and no longer. 

11. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to keep a record of all petitions, 
resolutions, joint resolutions, and bills for public acts which may be pre- 
sented for consideration of the House, and said record shall be so kept 
as to show by one and a single reference thereto the action of the 
House on any specific petition, resolution, joint resolution, or bill for a 
public act up to the time of such reference. 

12. The Assistant Clerk shall have the same powers and perform the 
same duties as the Clerk, subject to the direction of the Clerk. 

13. The Clerk shall cause the Journals and Calendars to be distributed 
on the desks of members daily, before the opening of the session. 

MEMBERS. 

14. TVhen any member is about to speak in debate or deliver any 
matter to the House, he shall rise and address the chair as " Mr. Speaker." 
If two or more shall rise at the same time, the Speaker shall name the 
mem!>er entitled to the floor, preferring one who rises in his place to one 
who dues not. 

15. No member shall speak on the same question more than twice 
without leave of the House. 

16. No member who is interested in the decision of any question in 
such a manner that he cannot vote, may stay in the House when such a 
question is discussed or decided. 

1 7. Every member present, when a question is put by the Speaker, 
shall vote, unless excused by the House. And no member shall absent 
himself from the House without Wve, unices there be a quorum without 
his piesence. 



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18. If any member, in speaking or otherwise, transgress the Eules and 
Orders of the House, the Speaker shall, or any member may, call him to 
order; and, if speaking, he shall sit down, unless permitted to explain; 
and if a member is guilty of a breach of any of the Rules and Orders, 
he may be required by the House, on motion, to make satisfaction 
therefor, and, until he has done so, he shall not be allowed to vote or 
speak, except by way of excuse. 

19. For the purpose of more conveniently counting upon the division 
of the House, the floor thereof shall be divided by aisles into four divis- 
ions, to be numbered first, second, third, and fourth sections, commencing 
on the right of the chair; for each of which divisions the Speaker shall 
appoint a member whose seat is in said division, to be a teller to count 
and report to the chair. 

COMMITTEES. 

20. At the opening of each session a Committee of Elections, consist- 
ing of three members, shall be appointed by the Speaker, to take into 
consideration all contested elections of the members of the House, and 
report facts, with their opinion thereon. 

21. All committees, except committees of conference, shall be 
appointed by the Speaker, unless otherwise specially directed by the 
House, and the member first named shall be chairman. 

22. No member shall serve on any committee while considering any 
question involving his private right distinct from the public interest. 

23. When any member requests a committee of conference on disagree- 
ing votes of the two Houses, a committee, consisting of two members, 
shall be appointed on the part of the House; and in such case the com- 
mittee shall consist only of such members as were in the vote of the 
House; and if any member be nominated on said committee who was not 
in the vote, he shall notify the House, and be excused. 

BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS. 

24. Every bill or joint resolution shall be introduced by motion for 
leave, or by order of the House, or by the report of a committee ; and 
every public bill or joint resolution shall receive three several readings 
in the House previously to its being passed into an act, and no such bill 
or joint resolution shall be read twice on the same day, except that bills 
or joint resolutions originating with any committee or reported by a 
committee as substitutes may receive the first and second readings on 
the same day; every member offering such bill or resolution shall 
indorse thereon its object, and the Speaker may not offer any bill or 
resolution to the House until after its first reading, and every bill or resolu- 
tion may be referred on its first reading. 

25. The first reading of a bill or resolution shall be by its title, unless 
the House otherwise orders. 

If opposition be made, the question shall be " Shall this hill he rejected? " 
If no opposition be made, or if the question to reject be negatived, the 
bill or resolution shall go to its second reading without a question. 

26. Every resolution or bill granting money from the treasury of 
the State, shall, before its final passage, receive three several readings in 
the House, only one of which shall be on the same day. 



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REGULAR ORDER OF BUSINESS. 

27. The order of business shall be as follows, viz.: 

1. Reception of petitions. 

2. Reception of communications from the Governor and annual 

reports. 

3. Introduction of resolutions. 

4. Introduction and first reading of bills. 

5. Reports of committees. 

6. Reception of business from the Senate. 

7. Business on the calendar. 

8. Miscellaneous business. 



28. In all cases when a vote is taken without a division, the Speaker 
shall determine whether it is or is not a vote; and in all doubtful cases 
he shall ask "Is it doubted?" If the vote be doubted by a member, rising 
in his place for that purpose, it shall be tried again. If the Speaker shall 
doubt the vote, or a division be called for, the House shall divide, those 
in the affirmative first rising from their seats and standing until counted, 
and afterwards those in the negative. After the Speaker has declared 
a vote, it shall not be recalled unless by a regular motion for reconsid- 
eration, made by a member in the vote of the House. 

29. In all cases of balloting the Speaker shall vote ; in other cases 
he shall not vote unless the House be equally divided, or unless his 
vote, if given in the minority, will make the division equal. And in 
case of such equal division the question shall be lost. 

MOTIONS. 

30. "When a motion is made it shall be stated to the House by the 
Speaker before any debate be had thereon ; but ever} motion shall be 
reduced to writing, if the Speaker so direct, or any member desire it. 

31. "When a motion is stated by the Speaker, or ruad by the Clerk, 
it shall be deemed to be in the possession of the House; but may be 
withdrawn at any time before decision or amendment, but not after 
amendment, unless the House give leave. 

32. The question first moved shall be first put, except as modified by 
rule 33 ; and in all cases the sense of the House shall be taken first upon 
the largest number or sum, and the longest time proposed, in any question. 

33. When a question is under debate, no motion shall be received 
except 

1. To adjourn. 

2. To lay on the table. 

3. Tor the previous question. 

4. To postpone indefinitely. 

5. To close the debate at a specified time. 

6. To postpone to a time certain. 

7. To commit or recommit. 

8. To amend. 

9. To continue to the next General Assembly. 

Which several motions shall have precedence in the order in which they 
stahd arranged in this rule, and no motion to lay on the table, commit 



92 RULES OF THE HOUSE. 

or recommit, to continue to next General Assembly, or to postpone 
indefinitely, having been once decided, shall be again allowed at the same 
sitting, and at the same stage of the bill or subject matter. 

34. A motion to adjourn shall always be in order, except while a vote 
is being taken, and no motion to adjourn or lay on the table shall be 
debatable. 

35. No debate shall be allowed after a question is put and remains 
undecided. 

36. The yeas and nays shall be taken on any question and entered on 
the Journal, at the desire of one-fifth of the members present, at any time 
before a declaration of the vote. 

When the yeas and nays are taken the roll of the House shall be 
called by Counties, in the following order, viz. : Hartford, New Haven, 
New London, Fairfield, Windham, Litchfield, Middlesex, and Tolland. 

RECONSIDERATION. 

37. A vote simply of reference to a committee can be reconsidered 
only on the day of the vote, and any other vote can be reconsidered only 
on the day of the vote or the next succeeding session day ; provided, 
there has been no intervening action on the same matter by the Senate; 
and further provided, that there shall be no reconsideration of the vote 
upon either of the following motions: to adjourn, for the previous 
question, or to reconsider, and no question shall be twice reconsidered. 

APPEAL. 

38. No appeal from the decision of the Speaker shall be entertained 
unless it is seconded ; and no other business shall be in order until 
the question on the appeal has been disposed of. 

SEATS. 

39. Immediately after the appointment of the Joint Standing Com- 
mittees, a Committee of three shall be appointed, who shall assign seats 
to Chairmen of all Joint Standing Committees, and of all Select Com- 
mittees of the House, then to the senior member of the House, and the 
oldest member of the House, who is not a senior member, and shall then 
supervise the drawing of the other seats, which shall be had while the 
House is in session. 

40. The seat assigned to any member, or drawn by him. shall be his 
seat for the year, unless an exchange is made, and notice thereof given 
to the Clerk within five days from the day of drawing. 

REPRESENTATIVE CHAMBER. 

41. Use of the Representatives' Chamber shall not be granted except 
by a vote of the House. 

PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE. 

42. The rules of parliamentary practice shall govern the House in 
all cases to which they are applicable, and in which they are not inconsistent 
with these rules or the joint rules of the two branches. 

43. No rule shall be suspended except by a vote of at least two- 
thirds of the members present 



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44. Persons other than members of the General Assembly and State 
officials, who desire to speak with members of this House while it is in 
session, shall communicate their desire so to do to such member through 
one of the messengers, and shall not converse with such member in the 
Hall of the House while the House is in session. 

Proper facilities for transmitting the messages above referred to shall 
be provided by the clerk and administered by the messengers. 

The messengers and doorkeepers shall see that the aisles and the seats 
of members are not occupied by persons other than mrmoers of the 
General Assembly, to the disturbance of the members or without their 
permission. 

45. Whenever any vote is to be taken by ballot, the Speaker may, 
upon directing the collection of ballots, order the doors closed, and there- 
upon no member shall leave the House, unless by permission of the 
Speaker, or the House, until the vote is declared. But members shall be 
admitted at any time. 

Upon the ballot being counted, if any member shall raise a question of 
an excess of ballots, over the number of members present, a count of the 
House shall be had, and if it shall appear that such excess of ballots ex- 
ists, the Speaker shall order the vote to be again taken. 



JOINT RULES 

OF THE 

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

OF CONNECTICUT. 



I. Immediately after the organization of the Senate and House of 
.Representatives, at the commencement of every stated session of the 
General Assembly, a Joint Committee, consisting of three Senators and 
eight Representatives, shall be appointed to examine the returns and 
canvass of votes given by the electors for Governor, Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor, Treasurer Secretary, and Comptroller of Public Accounts, and 
to report the names of the persons whom they shall find elected to those 
offices respectively. After this report shall have been accepted, a Joint 
Committee, consisting of one Senator and two Representatives, shall be 
appointed, to inform the Governor personally of his election and of 
the organization of the two houses, and their readiness to receive his 
communications. 

II. On or before the third day of every stated session of the General 
Assembly there shall be appointed twenty-four Joint Standing Commit- 
tees, each of which shall consist of one Senator and eight Eepresenta- 
tives, except the Committee on Engrossed Bills, which shall consist of 
two Senators and two Representatives, one from the majority and one 
from the minority in each house. 

1st. A Committee on the Judiciary, who shall take into consideration 
all such matters touching public or private acts and judicial proceedings, 
as shall be referred to them, and report their opinion thereon, together 
with such propositions relative thereto as to them shall seem expedient. 

2d. A Committee on the School Fund, who shall inquire into and 
report the actual state of the School Fund, the amount, value, and 
condition of its securities, and recommend such measures as they shall 
deem best adapted to secure its improvement and permanent safety. 

3d. A Committee on Banks, who shall take into consideration allsnch 
matters relative to Banks, Savings Banks, and Savings and Building 
Associations, as may be referred to them, and report the facts, with their 
opinion thereon. 

4th. A Committee on the State Prison, who shall examine the annual 
reports of the directors and officers in charge of the State Prison, the 
account of receipts and expenditures of the institution, together with 
such other matters as shall be referred to them by the two Houses of the 
General Assembly. And they may recommend such measures for the 
regulation and management of the Prison as they shall deem expedient. 



JOINT RULES. 95 

5th. A Committee on New Towns and Probate Districts, who shall 
take into consideration all matters relating to the incorporation of new 
towns, the alteration of town lines, and the formation of probate districts, 
which shall be referred to them, and report their opinion thereon, 
together with the facts upon which such opinion is founded. 

6th A Committee on Roads, Bridges, and Rivers, who shall take 
into consideration all such matters relative to roads, bridges, and rivers, 
as shall be referred to them, and report the facts, with their opinion 
thereon. 

7 th. A Committee on Incorporations, who shall take into consideration 
all matters relative to private corporations, for which there may be no 
other appropriate committee, and report their opinion thereon, with 
the facts on which the same is founded. 

8th. A Committee on Claims, who shall take into consideration all 
claims and demands upon the State which may be referred to them, and 
report their opinion thereon, with the facts on which the same is founded. 

9th. A Commiitee on Education, who shall take into consideration 
all such matters relating to the subject of common school education as 
shall be referred to them, and recommend such measures touching the 
same as they shall deem expedient. 

10th. A Committee on the Sale of Lands, who shall take into consid- 
eration all applications lor the sale of lands which shall be referred to 
them, and report the facts, with their opinion thereon. 

11th. A Committee on Finance, who shall take into consideration 
the financial concerns of the State, and inquire into the receipts and 
expenditures of the government, the investment of the public funds 
(the School Fund excepted), the system of assessment and taxation 
provided by existing laws, and all other matters affecting the revenues 
of the State ; and report such measures touching the same as they may 
deem expedient. 

12th. A Committee on Railroads, who shall take into consideration 
all matters relating to steam, electric, and cable railroads and railroad 
companies which may be referred to them, and report the facts, with 
their opinion hereon. 

13th. A Committee on Military Affairs, who shall examine all military 
returns, and take into consideration all matters relating to the militia oi 
this State which may be referred to them, and report thereon, with 
(.heir opinion touching the same. 

14th. A Committee on Agriculture, who shall take into consideration 
all such matters relating to agriculture as may be referred to them, and 
report thereon, with their opinion touching the san.e. 

15th. A Committee on Humane Institutions, who shall take into 
consideration all such matters relating to the Benevolent Institutions 
under the care or supervision of the State as may be referred to them, 
and report thereon, with their opinion touching the same. 

16th. A Committee on Cities and Boroughs, who shall take into 
consideration all such matters relating to cities and boroughs as may be 
referred tc thpm, and r .port the facts, and their opinion thereon. 

17th. A Committee on Fisheries, who shall take into consideration all 
such matters relating to fisheries as may be referred to them, and 
report the facts, and their opinion thereon in the matter. 

18th, A Committee on Insurance, who shall take into consideration 



nn JOINT RULES. 

96 

all matters relating to insurance that may be referred to them, and 
report the facts, and their opinion thereon. 

19th. A Committee on Manufactures, who shall take into consideration 
all matters relating to manufactures that may be referred to them, and 
report their opinion thereon. 

20th. A Committee on Appropriations, who shall take into consid- 
eration and carefully investigate all estimates of State expenditures, and 
all bills and resolutions appropriating money from the State Treasury 
which shall be submitted to them, and shall from time to time report 
such appropriation bills as they may deem necessary for carrying on the 
different departments of the State Government, and providing for such 
institutions and persons as may properly receive State aid under exist- 
ing laws, for one year, from the following thirtieth of June, and also 
shall have power to originate and report bills, whenever such bills shall 
be in the interest of economy. 

21st. A Committee on Labor, to whom shall be referred the Report 
of the Bureau of Labor Statistics and other matters relating to the special 
interests of labor. 
v22d. A Committee on Engrossed Bills, whose duty it shall be to 
examine the engrossed copy of each bill for a public act, and of each 
joint resolution for a special act which has been passed by both houses, 
and to verify it, upon finding it to be a correct copy of the bill or joint 
resolution, and of the amendments, if any, as it was passed; and no 
engrossed copy of any bill for a public act, or of any joint resolution for a 
special act, shall be certified by the officers of either house as having 
bppn passed, until it has first been verified by the signatures of at least 

three members of the committee 

23d. A Committee on Temperance, who shall take into consideration 
all such matters relating to licensing and regulating the sale of spirituous 
and intoxicating liquors as may be referred to them, and report thereon 
with their opinion touching the same 

24th. A Committee on Forfeited Rights, who shall take into consid- 
eration such applications as may be referred to them for the restoration of 
the privileges of electors to those who may have forfeited the same by a 
conviction of crime, and report the facts with their opinion thereon. 

III. In all meetings of Joint Committees the Senator shall preside. 
All questions of order and other proceedings, and questions relative to 
evidence, shall be determined by a majority of votes. 

IV. All committees of Conference, on disagreeing votes of the two 
Houses of Assembly, shall consist of one Senator and two Representatives, 
who were in the major vote of their respective Houses. The Committee 
of the House making the grant or appointment, or passing the bill, reso- 
lution, or amendment disagreed to, shall state their reasons, to be reported 
to the other House. And neither House shall request the other twice to 
confer on the same point of disagreement. 

V. Whenever each House shall have adhered to its vote of disagree- 
ment, the bill or resolution shall be considered as lost. 

VI Every message sent from one House to the other shall be an- 
nounced at the door, and shall be respectfully communicated to the Chair 
by the person by whom it may be sent. 



JOINT RULES. 07 

VII. "Whenever a bill shall have passed both Houses of the Assembly, 
and shall have been transmitted to the Governor for his approbation, if 
either Bouse desire its return for further consideration, such desire shall 
be communicated by message to the other House, and a Joint Committee 
of one Senator and two Representatives shall then be sent to the Gov- 
ernor to request him to return the bill. If the Governor consent, the 
bill shall be returned first to that House in which the motion for its re- 
turn originated, and the bill may then be altered or totally rejected by a 
concurrent vote of the two Houses; but if not altered or rejected by such 
concurrent vote, it shall be again transmitted to the Governor in the same 
form in which it was first presented to him. 

VIII. Whenever the public business may require the Senate and 
House of Representatives to meet in Convention, either House may send 
its message to the other, requesting such Convention, and specifying the 
object. At the time designated, the Senate, with their President and 
Clerk, may proceed to the Hall of the House of Representatives, where 
suitable accommodations will be provided. The President of the Senate 
shall ex officio preside in said Convention, and the proceedings thereof 
shall be entered upon the Journals of the two Houses. 

When the Convention shall have been dissolved, the Presidentr of the 
Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall make re- 
ports to their respective Houses of the proceedings of the Convention. 

IX. All bills for public acts which shall have been passed by both 
Houses of the General Assembly, engrossed, and signed by the Speaker 
of the House of Representatives and President of the Senate, and all bills 
for private acts and joint resolutions, which shall have been passed by the 
two Houses, shall, with the papers on which the same may be founded, 
be transmitted t>y the Committee on Engrossed Bills to the Secretary of 
State, for the purpose of being by him laid before the Governor. The 
pres ding officers of the two Houses shall affix their signatures to all bills 
for public acts in the presence of one or more of the Engrossing Com- 
mittee or the Secretary. 

X. Every bill or resolution shall be written or printed without inter- 
lineation or erasure, on paper not smaller than a half-sheet of foolscap, 
and any member offering such bill, resolution, or a petition, shall endorse 
thereon his name in some conspicuous place. No bill or resolution shall, 
after it has been introduced, be altered either by addition or erasure. 
Any proposed changes in the proposed text of such bill or resolution 
which may be deemed advisable by the committee to whom it has been 
referred shall be reported in the form of amendments or of a substitute 
bill. 

When a substitute bill is reported it shall be printed in lieu of the 
original bill or resolution; and when amendments are reported, they shall 
be printed in such a manner as to indicate that they are amendments. 

It shall be the duty of the Clerk of Bills to examine all bills for public 
acts and resolutions, in respect to their form, before the same are reported 
favorably by the committee to whom they have been referred, and to 
endorse thereon the fact of such examination, and under direction of such 
committee to prepare such amendments or substitute bills or resolutions 
as may be deemed necessary or advisable, and he shall supervise the 
printing of bills and resolutions in accordance with the provisions of Seo- 
tion 412 of the General Statutes, and Rules XII and XIII. Whenever a 
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98 JOINT RULES. 

bill or resolution, not bearing the endorsement herein required, shall be 
reported for printing, the Clerk of the Senate or House, as the case may 
be, shall immediately transmit the same to the Clerk of Bills for examin- 
ation and endorsement. 

XI. The Clerk of the House to which any bill shall be first presented 
shall endorse thereon a statement of the contents, or objects of such bill 
or resolution, before transmitting the same to the other House. 

XII. All acts of incorporation by bill or resolution, and all acts in 
amendment or alteration thereof, and all private acts of whatever nature, 
shall, before the same shall be considered, be printed for the use of the 
General Assembly, at the expense of the party applying therefor. 

XIII. All bills for public acts and joint resolutions reported favorably 
upon by the committee to which they have been or may be referred, with 
or without amendments, before being put upon their third reading, shall 
be laid upon the table, and five hundred copies of such bills and joint 
resolutions, with their amendments, shall be printed for the use of the 
General Assembly; and no bill or joint resolution so reported shall be 
put upon its third reading until the day succeeding the distribution of 
such copies. 

XIV. All bills for public acts, and all joint resolutions for special acts, 
which have been passed by both Houses, shall, without action, be referred 
to the Committee on Engrossed Bills, and (in addition to the duties pre- 
scribed in Rule No. II) it shall be the duty of the committee, before any 
bill or joint resolution be engrossed, to immediately examine the same with 
a view to avoid repetitions, and to secure clearness, conciseness, and accu- 
racy in the text, without changing the purport thereof. If the committee 
find that any correction should be made in the text or references, or in 
the title of any bill or joint resolution, they shall, within two session 
days after the passage thereof, report it back to the House which last 
took action upon it, with the proposed correction in the form of an amend- 
ment. 

All reports from the Committee on Engrossed Bill3 shall be placed at 
the head of the calendar, and shall take precedence of all other business 
on the calendar; and the only question on the report of the committee 
shall be, " Shall the proposed amendment be adopted? " 

If the proposed amendment be adopted by both Houses, the bill or reso- 
lution shall be transmitted to the Secretary, who shall cause it to be 
engrossed as amended. If the proposed amendment be rejected by either 
House, the bill or resolution shall not be transmitted to the other House, 
but shall be sent to the Secretary, who shall have it engrossed as it was 



If, in consequence of the final adjournment of the General Assembly, 
or for any other reason, any bill or resolution which has passed both 
Houses fails to be amended, as recommended by the committee, the bill 
or resolution shall be engrossed as it was passed. 

XV. All bills for public acts and joint resolutions for special acts 
reported upon by any committee shall be first reported to the House in 
which they respectively originated; and any bill or joint resolution re- 
ported on adversely, if no objection is made, may, on motion of the 
member who introduced it, or at his request, be acted upon immediately. 
If the bill or resolution be not rejected, it shall then be entered upon the 
calendar to be acted upon in its regular order. 



JOINT RULES. 99 

XYI. After the time has elapsed for the reconsideration of any vote, 
upon any petition, memorial, resolution, bilJ, or other matter, no resolu- 
tion or motion to recall such petition, memorial, resolution, bill, or other 
matter, from the other House, shall be allowed, for the purpose of recon- 
sideration or amendment, except when there has been a clear mistake in 
the vote or an error in the language of the resolution, or bill, or the 
motion or resolution relating to the petition, memorial, or other matter. 

XVII. It shall be the duty of the chairman of each Joint Standing 
Committee to call a meeting of his committee for organization within one 
week after the appointment of such committee. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE GENERAL 
ASSEMBLY. 



OPENING DAY. 

The Senate and House of Representatives both meet on the 
Wednesday after the first Monday of January following the gen- 
eral election, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. 

THE SENATE. 

The Senate is called to order by the Secretary of state. Prayer 
may be offered immediately, or after the election of a President 
pro tempore. 

The roll of Senators declared elected is then read by the Secre- 
tary, and the oath of office* administered by him to those present. 
Two temporary tellers are appointed and the Senate proceeds to 
ballot for a Clerk. The Secretary declares the result and admin- 
isters the oath of office to the Clerk who calls upon the Senators to 
ballot for a President, pro tempore, and names two temporary tellers. 

The Clerk having declared the result of the ballot, the President 
of the Senate takes the chair, addresses the Senate if he so choose, 
after which the official oath is administered to him by the Clerk. 

Resolutions are then passed appointing a Chaplain, two Messen- 
gers, three Doorkeepers, and raising a Committee on Canvass of 
Votes for Senators. The canvass of votes as received from the 
Secretary's office is immediately referred to the committee, with 
instructions to report forthwith. After action upon the report of 
this committee and adoption of Senate rules, a committee may be 
appointed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate 
is organized and ready to proceed with business. 

Pending and subsequent to report by the committee ordinary 
business may be introduced. Resolutions are usually passed au- 

♦For form see Gen. Stat., Section 3264, or Constitution, Art. 10, sec. 1. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 101 

thorizing the printing and distributing of the journal, concerning 
the daily reading of the same, instructing the messengers to re- 
ceive and distribute mail matter, authorizing the Clerk to provide 
stationery and to assign seats to reporters. 

Joint committees are raised by resolutions, which may originate 
in either the Senate or House of Representatives, and are usually 
prepared by the Clerks by mutual agreement, so that there may 
be no duplicates. The following should be raised immediately: 

Committee to wait upon the retiring Governor and inquire if he 
has any communication to make to the General Assembly. 

Committee on Canvass of Vote for State Officers. 

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

The House of Representatives must be called to order by the 
Speaker* of the preceding House, or by the senior memberf of any 
previous House. After prayer by the Chaplain the roll is called 
by the Chief Clerk in the Secretary's office, and the oath:}: admin- 
istered to those answering, by the person presiding. Members not 
answering to their names should, upon their first appearance, in- 
form the Speaker and take the oath. 

The chairman will then appoint two temporary clerks and four 
temporary tellers. The House will next proceed to ballot for 
Speaker. Upon the declaration of the result, a committee of two 
should be appointed to inform the Speaker of his election. 

The Speaker, upon assuming his duties and taking the oath of 
office, administered by the chairman, will call for ballots for Clerk. 

The Clerk, having been duly elected and sworn, the House will 
pass resolutions appointing an Assistant Clerk, a Chaplain, four 
Messengers, and not less than four nor more than six Doorkeepers. 

Resolutions should then be passed raising a Committee on Con- 
tested Elections; a committee to inform the Senate that the House 
is organized and ready for business, and a Committee on Canvass 
of Votes for Senators. § 

The various preliminary resolutions (see Senate proceedings) are 
next in order, and the proceedings following the report of the vari- 
ous committees are the same as in the Senate. 

*Gen. Stat., Sec 385, Constitution, Art. 10, Sec. 1. 

+ This was held in 1885 to mean the member having served, the greatest number 
of terms. 

$For form see Gen. Stat., Sec. 3264. 

§ This duty is imperative, as in case the canvassing board find a tie vote in any 
district the House of Representatives must designate by ballot which shall be 
elected. (Constitution, Art. 3, Sec 6, and Amendments, Art. 3.) 



102 ORGANIZATION OP THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

THE STATE OFFICERS. 

As soon as the canvass of votes for State officers is received it 
should be referred to the proper committee, and the committee 
should immediately proceed to the performance of its duty. A 
recess may be taken pending the report, but there should be no 
adjournment for the day until the report of this committee has 
been received and acted on. If the committee report that a major- 
ity of votes has been cast for any or all the officers, joint resolu- 
tions should be passed declaring such election. 

In case the Governor is elected a joint committee of one Senator 
and two Representatives should be raised to inform him of his elec- 
tion, and a similar committee to inform the Secretary, Treasurer, 
and Comptroller, if elected. 

If the Lieutenant-Governor is elected, the Senate will appoint a 
committee of two to wait upon him and ask his acceptance of the 
office. Immediately after the acceptance of the report of this com- 
mittee His Honor will enter the Senate Chamber, take the oath of 
office (usually administered by a Judge of the Superior Court), and 
assume his duties. 

The Senate, upon receiving through its member of the commit 
tee notice of the acceptance of the offices to which they are elected 
by the other State officers, should notify the House that it is ready 
to meet that body in Joint Convention, and having received a sim- 
ilar notice from the House, the Senate may proceed to the Repre- 
sentatives' hall. 

If the Committee on Canvass of "Vote for State Officers reports 
that no election by the people has occurred for any or all the offi- 
cers, a joint resolution should be passed declaring the facts found 
to be true, and naming an hour of the succeeding day at which the 
two houses will meet in joint convention to elect. 



THE JOINT CONVENTION. 

The Joint Convention is called to order by the President, or 
President pro tern., of the Senate, the Clerk of the Senate acting 
as clerk. 

Prayer by the Chaplain of the Senate or House. 

If there shall have been an election by the people, a resolution 



ORGANIZATION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 103 

sHould be passed raising a committee of one Senator and two Rep- 
resentatives to inform the Governor-elect that the Senate and House 
of Representatives are met in Joint Convention for his inaugura- 
tion, and to receive any communication he may desire to maKe. 
The committee having performed their duties and reported are dis- 
charged, and the Governor, attended by his staff, the Secretary, 
Treasurer, and Comptroller, appear in the hall. The oath of office 
is administered to the newly elected officers (by a Judge of the 
Supreme or Superior Court usually), and the inaugural message is 
delivered. The Governor then retires and the Convention is dis 
solved. 

If there shall nave been no election by the people, the Conven- 
tion assembles in the same manner. The roll of the Senate is 
called by the Clerk of the Senate, and the names of absentees 
must be entered on the Journal of the Senate. 

The roll of the House is then called by the Clerk of the House, 
and the names of absentees must be entered upon the Journal of 
the House. 

The President then appoints four tellers and the Convention pro- 
ceeds without debate to ballot for Governor, and subsequently for 
the other State officers separately, following which the Convention 
is dissolved. 

SUBSEQUENT PROCEEDINGS. 

Upon the re-assembling of each House after the dissolution of 
the Joint Convention, the presiding officer must report the doings 
of the Joint Convention, and declaratory resolutions should be 
passed in the same manner as in case of an election by the people, 
the same notices of election given, and the inauguration may then 
be proceeded with in the same manner 



104 RULINGS. 



KULINGS OF THE PKESIDING OFFICERS 

OF THE 

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.* 



Additions to the Roll. 

In the House, in 1891, a member arose to a question of privilege, 
stating that the name of a certain man should be added to the roll 
of the House. The chairman (Perry) ruled the member out of or- 
der. On appeal the decision of the Chair was sustained (H. J., 
1891, p. 9). 

Amendments to the Constitution. 

Upon the construction of the provision in article eleventh of the 
Constitution requiring "two-thirds of each House" to vote in the 
affirmative to adopt an amendment to the Constitution, the 
Speaker of the House (Rice), in 1864, ruled that two-thirds of the 
whole House was necessary. The ruling was appealed from and 
the House decided that two-thirds of those present was sufficient. 
This decision was followed by the Speakers of the House in 1876 
(Waller), in 1877 (L. Harrison), and in 1884 (H. B. Harrison). 

Appropriations from the State Treasury. 
In 1889, the Speaker of the House (Perry) ruled that the provi- 
sion in Section 402 of the General Statutes, requiring resolutions 
appropriating money from the State treasury to be referred to the 
Committee on Appropriations was mandatory, and so referred a 
resolution that had been favorably reported by the Committee on 
Claims and passed by the Senate. This ruling was appealed from 
and the appeal sustained (H. J., 1889, p. 497). 

Bills. 
In the House, in 1891, the point was raised that a bill being in 
contravention of the Statutes was not in order. The Speaker 

*The General Assembly of 1889, having authorized the preparation of this 
chapter and made an appropriation for that purpose, the Clerks of the House for 
that year were employed to search the Journals from 1869, and the result of their 
work is here given, together with the rulings of the sessions of 1891 and 1893. This 
list of the rulings is required to be kept complete from session to session. 



RULINGS. 105 

(Paige) ruled that the point of order was not well taken (H. J., 
1891, pp. 249, 250). 

Change of Votes. 

In 1883 the President of the Senate (Sumner) ruled that after 
the result of a yea and nay vote had been declared, the record 
could not be altered by the change of votes except upon reconsider- 
ation of the bill (S. J., 1883, p. 627). 

Committees. 
In 1891, the point was raised that the House Committee on Can- 
vass of Votes for State Officers having made its report was thereby 
dissolved, and that therefore the reference to that Committee of a 
House Joint Resolution was not in order. The Speaker (Paige) 
ruled the point of order not well taken, on the ground that com- 
mittees appointed by the House are in existence until the close of 
the session, unless discharged from service by vote of the House 
(H. J., 1891, p. 163). 

Committee Reports. 

In the House, in 1887, the Speaker (Hoyt), in response to a 
request for a decision on that point, ruled that Rule XIII did not 
require that resolutions favorably reported and printed must be 
filed on the members' desks one day before they could be starred 
for action, explaining that the clerks were unable to tell what reso- 
lutions were to be starred on the Calendar until the printed copies 
had been filed (H. J., 1887, p. 369). 

In 1889, the Speaker (Perry) ruled that if, during the debate upon 
a measure, a member of the committee signified his desire to with- 
draw from the majority report and sign the minority report and 
thereby a majority of the committee were found to have signed 
the latter, it must be considered as the majority report (H. J., 1889, 
p. 1041). 

Contested Elections. 

In the House, in 1893, the point was raised that members whose 
seats were contested were not entitled to vote on a report 
recommending that a petitioner for a seat in the House be given 
leave to withdraw. The Speaker (Brooks) ruled the point of 
order not well taken (H. J., 1893, p. 498). 

Introduction of Joint Resolutions. 
In 1891, the point was raised in the Senate that a -joint resolu- 
tion was not in order, the Senate not having been officially notified 



106 RULINGS. 

that the House had organized. The President pro tern. (Read) 
ruled the point of order not well taken (S. J., 1891, p. 11). 

Joint Rules. 
The Speaker of the House (Pine), in 1883, ruled that the House 
might suspend a rule relating to its Calendar although it was a 
joint rule. The ruling was appealed from but sustained (H. J.. 

1883, pp. 811, 812). 

New Business and Amendments. 

In the House, in 1884, the force of a joint resolution restricting 

the time for the admission of new business was questioned, and the 

Speaker (H. B. Harrison) ruled that the resolution was in effect a 

joint rule, and could only be set aside by a two-thirds vote (H. J., 

1884, p. 537). 

During the same session the Speaker ruled that if the resolution 
"except bills or resolutions originating in committees," a motion 
instructing a committee to report a specified resolution came within 
the exception and was in order (H. J., 1884, p. 538). 

In 1886, the point was raised that a petition of a private nature 
did not come within the provisions contemplated by the constitu- 
tion and statutes as to the right of petition, and consequently could 
not be received after the time limited for the reception of new busi- 
ness. The Speaker (Tibbits) ruled the point of order well taken 
(H. J., 1886, p. 288). 

In the House, in 1885, the point was raised that an amendment 
was new business, and not in order. The Speaker (Simonds) ruled 
that it was not within the province of the Chair to decide a ques- 
tion of that nature. In 1889, the point was raised that an amend- 
ment offered was not germane to the bill before the House, and the 
Speaker (Perry) ruled that the point was well taken, and the House 
sustained the ruling (H. J., 1889, p. 355). 

In the House, in 1891, a resolution was introduced declaring 
Nicholas Staub elected Comptroller. It was moved to amend by 
adding declaration of the election of other State officers. By the 
Speaker (Paige) the amendment was ruled out of order as not ger- 
mane (H. J., 1891, p. 177). 

The Speaker of the House (Hoyt), in 1887, ruled that a motion 
to substitute an original bill for a substitute favorably reported by 
a committee was in the nature of an amendment and in order (H. J., 
1887, p. 508). 



RULINGS. 107 

ORGANIZATION OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

In the House, in 1891, a resolution was introduced paying the 
Speaker of the 1889 House for services rendered at the organization 
of the House of 1891. The point was raised that the resolution was 
contrary to the provisions of the constitution and the statutes 
regulating the compensation of members of the General Assembly. 
The Speaker (Paige) ruled the point of order not well taken, as the 
resolution was in accordance with well established precedents 
(H. J., 1891, p. 223). 

Precedence of Motions. 

In 1883, the Speaker of the House (Pine) ruled that an objection 
to a bill upon its first reading takes precedence of a motion to 
refer to committee, and the question is "shall the bill be rejected " 
(H. J., 1883, p. 149). 

In reference to the provision of House Rule XXXII, requiring 
the largest number or sum to be first voted on, the Speaker of the 
House (H. B. Harrison) ruled in 1884, that this did not apply to 
amendments reducing the number or sum proposed in a bill or 
resolution (H. J., 1884, p. 427). 

The Speaker of the House (Tibbits), in 1886, ruled that a motion 
for the yeas and nays takes precedence over a motion for a rising 
vote (H. J., 1886, p. 633). 

The previous question having been ordered, the Speaker of the 
House in 1885 (Simonds), ruled that the vote on the main question 
takes precedence of all other motions (H. J., 1886, pp. 521, 656, 
677). At the same session the point was raised that, after an 
amendment to a bill had been offered, it was not in order to move 
the previous question on the bill until the amendment had been 
voted on. The Speaker ruled that the point was not well taken, 
and the House sustained the ruling (H. J., 1885, p. 647). 

The Speaker of the House in 1884 (H. B. Harrison), ruled that 
the consideration of matters pending at adjournment might, by 
unanimous consent, be deferred, and routine business proceeded 
with (H. J., 1884, pp. 545, 607), which practice has since been 
followed. 

In the House, in 1891, a motion to reconsider was made, and a 
member began to discuss the main question, when the motion for 
reconsideration was seconded. The point of order was made that 
it was too late to second the motion for reconsideration. The 



J 03 RULINGS. 

point of order was sustained by the Speaker (Paige). Immediately 
following this a motion was made that the House take a recess, 
and the Speaker entertained the motion, to which objection was 
made. The Speaker ruled that the motion to take a recess was in 
order, from which ruling an appeal was taken. Vote disclosed 
absence of quorum (H. J., 1891, pp. 274-277). 

In the House, in 1891, before a declaration of the result of a roll- 
call was announced, a member moved that, inasmuch as the roll- 
call showed no quorum present, the House adjourn. The Speaker 
(Paige) ruled the motion out of order (H. J., 1891, p. 343). 

Reading of Letters. 
The President pro tern, of the Senate (Walsh), in 1887, ruled that 
the reading of letters relating to matters before the Senate contain- 
ing the opinion of individuals upon the subject under consideration 
was not in order (S. J., 1887, p. 661). 

Reconsiderations. 

In 1883, the President of the Senate (Sumner) ruled that a motion 
to reconsider the action of the Senate could not be entertained un- 
less the resolution voted on was in possession of the Senate (S. J., 
1883, p. 627). 

In 1887, the Speaker of the House (Hoyt) ruled that a motion to 
reconsider was in order, although the bill was not in possession of 
the House (H. J., 1887, p. 930), and the Speaker (Perry) so decided 
in 1889 (H. J., 1889, p. 734). 

In 1884, the Speaker of the House (H. B. Harrison) ruled that a 
motion to reconsider must be made within the time specified in 
Rule XXXVII, and that notice of intention to so move cannot 
operate to extend that time (H. J., 1884, p. 336). 

In 1887, the Speaker of the House (Hoyt) ruled that a motion to 
reconsider made after the session day subsequent to its passage was 
not in order (H. J., 1887, p. 794). Subsequently during the same 
session, a bill was recalled from the Secretary's office by joint reso- 
lution, ajid upon motion being made to reconsider the action of the 
House, the point was raised that the time for reconsideration had 
elapsed, but the point of order was overruled (H. J., 1887, p. 881). 

In the House in 1889, this point was raised, and the Speaker 
(Perry) decided that it was well taken. The decision was appealed 
from, and, after lengthy discussion, sustained (H. J., 1889, p. 724). 



RULINGS. 109 

In 1885, the House having upon appeal sustained a decision of 
the chair, a motion was made to reconsider the vote to sustain, and 
the point was raised that a vote on an appeal could not be reconsid- 
ered. The Speaker (Simonds) ruled that such a motion was proper, 
but could not be acted on at that time (H. J., 1885, p. 673). 

The President of the Senate (Sumner), in 1883, ruled that the 
Senate having, in a case of disagreeing action, voted to " adhere," 
the bill could not again be considered (S. J., 1883, p. 746). 

In the House in 1893, the point was raised that a motion to table 
a motion to reconsider could not be withdrawn. The Speaker 
(Brooks) ruled the point of order not well taken. Appeal was 
taken, but was not sustained (H. J., 1893, pp. 1526, 1527). 

In the House in 1893, the point was raised that a matter could 
not be reconsidered, as two session-days had elapsed since the prior 
action of the House on the matter. The Speaker (Brooks) ruled 
the point of order not well taken, and on appeal was sustained 
(H. J., 1893, p. 487). 

In the House in 1893, the point was raised that a motion to 
reconsider was not in order when the matter was already in the 
possession of the Senate in accordance with a resolution passed 
requiring the clerk to transmit daily all matter acted upon. The 
Speaker (Brooks) ruled that the point of order was not well taken 
(H. J., 1893, p. 1336). 

Restoration op Forfeited Rights. 
The question as to what constitutes the two-thirds of the mem- 
bers of both branches of the General Assembly required by Article 
XVII of the Amendments to the Constitution, has been several 
times raised, but the decisions have not been uniform. By refer- 
ence to H. J., 1883, pp. 571-575, 579, it will be seen that at that 
time it was considered that two-thirds of the members of the House 
must vote in the affirmative. The Senate in 1884 (S. J., p. 285), 
decided that two-thirds of the Senate was required to vote in the 
affirmative ; the question having been raised by the President of the 
Senate (Sumner) for the purpose of getting a decision on that point. 
In 1889, the Speaker of the House (Perry) ruled that two-thirds of 
the members of the House must vote in the affirmative (H. J., 1889, 
p. 373). This decision was appealed from, and, after full discussion, 
the ruling of the Speaker was sustained, but, a motion to reconsider 
being made, the House reversed its previous action, sustained the 



no 



RULINGS. 



appeal, and proceeded by a two-thirds vote of the members present 
to pass the resolution (H. J., 1889, pp. 380, 381). 

In the House in 1893, the Speaker (Brooks) ruled that it required 
the affirmative vote of two-thirds of all the members of the House 
to pass a resolution restoring forfeited rights. Appeal was taken 
and was sustained (H. J., 1893, p. 228). 

Roll Call. 
In 1893 in the Senate, a call of the roll of the Senate was 
demanded, and the point was raised that, as the vote just taken 
had not disclosed the absence of a quorum, the demand was out of 
order. The President (Cady) decided the point of order well taken 
(S. J., 1893, p. 464). 

Rules. 

In 1891, in the House, the point was raised that a certain resolu- 
tion proposing an amendment to the House rules was out of order, 
inasmuch as the proposed rule was in contravention of the General 
Statutes. The Speaker (Paige) ruled the point of order not well 
taken, and on appeal his decision was sustained (H. J., 1891, pp. 
184-189). 

Second Reading. 

In 1891, on the first session-day, certain bills for public acts were 
taken from the table and read the second time. The point of 
order was raised that under House Rule 24 the foregoing bills 
could not come up for a second reading until the second session - 
day of the House. The Speaker (Paige) ruled the point of order 
not well taken on the ground that Rule 24 referred to calendar- 
days and not to session-days (H. J., 1891, p. 163). 

Unparliamentary Language. 
In the House in 1891, a member referred to the Governor as an 
" intruder and usurper." The point was raised that the language 
used was unparliamentary and disrespectful to the Governor of 
Connecticut. The Speaker (Paige) decided the point of order well 
taken, and directed the clerk to take down the unparliamentary 
language (H. J., 1891, p. 189). 

Vetoed Measures. 
The Constitution, Article IV, Section 12, provides that if the 
Governor disapproves a bill, he shall send it, with his objections, 



RULINGS. -. -< -. 

to the house in which it originated, where it shall be recon- 
sidered. 

Upon the construction of the following sentence, "If, after re- 
consideration, that house shall again pass it, it shall be sent with 
objections to the other house, which shall also reconsider it," the 
Speaker of the House (Pine) in 1883 (H. J., p. 897) ruled that the 
main question was, " Shall the bill pass notwithstanding the objec- 
tions of the Governor ? " and that this question was open to any of 
the subsidiary motions, but not to a motion to amend the bill, as 
that would change the main question. 

In the same year the Senate amended a vetoed bill to remove the 
features objected to by the Governor, but the House refused to 
receive the bill as amended (H. J., 1883, p. 868), and upon its re- 
turn to the Senate, that body reconsidered its action, rejected the 
amendment?, and then voted upon the passage of the bill as vetoed, 
"the objections of the Governor notwithstanding " (S. J., p. 723). 

In the House, in 1889, the chair (Mr. Olmstead) ruled that an 
amendment to a vetoed bill was in order, but, upon appeal, the 
House sustained the appeal (H. J., 1889, p. 688). 

Later in the same session, a bill that had been passed over the 
Governor's veto was again reconsidered,* amended, and again 
passed, but the Senate refused to consider the amendments, voting 
upon the original bill as returned by the Governor (S. J., 1889, 
p. 955). The President of the Senate (Merwin) had the day pre- 
viously ruled in a parallel case, that the only question properly 
before the Senate was, " Shall the bill pass, the objections of the 
Governor notwithstanding ? " and this ruling had, upon appeal, 
been sustained by the Senate (S. J., 1889, p. 934). 

A bill having been returned to the house in which it originated, 
and the objections of the* Governor sustained by its rejection, the 
further disposal of it has not been uniform. In 1883 (H. J., pp. 
865, 897), the House ordered such bills sent directly to the Sec- 
retary's office. In 1889, a vetoed resolution was passed in the 
Senate, where it originated, the objections of the Governor not- 
withstanding, but failed of passage in the House, and that body, 
notwithstanding there was disagreeing action, sent the resolution 
to the Secretary's office, instead of allowing it to go back to the 
Senate, as would be the case with a bill that had not been presented 



*The second reconsideration is referred to in the last paragraph concerning 
vetoed measures. 



112 RULINGS. 

to the Governor (H. J., 1889, pp. 709, 739). So far as noted, when 
this point has been raised, the decision has been that unless the 
house in which a bill originated, and to which it was first returned, 
passed it over the Governor's veto, there was no reason for sending 
it to the other house. 

As above noted, the House, in 1883, decided that if the house to 
which a bill was returned by the Governor sustained the veto, the 
bill should go to the Secretary's office; but previous to the question 
having been raised, a resolution that had been returned by the 
Governor and rejected was allowed to go to the Senate and there 
passed, notwithstanding the objections of the Governor. The res- 
olution came back to the House on the disagreeing action, and that 
body decided that having once reconsidered it as required by the 
constitution, and rejected it, no further action could be taken 
(H. J., 1883, pp. 812-817). 

This decision was in accordance with a ruling by the Speaker of 
the House (L. Harrison) in 1877, but that ruling was not at that 
time sustained by the House (H. J., 1877, p. 712). 

In 1889, in the House, the point was raised that a vetoed bill, 
having been once reconsidered, could not be again reconsidered, 
but the Speaker (Perry) ruled that the point was not well taken, 
explaining, however, that he so ruled in order to correct a mistake, 
which had evidently and admittedly been made by the House in 
this particular case, and not as a strict parliamentary ruling, or 
as a ruling to be taken as a precedent (H. J., 1889, p. 1138). 

Yeas and Nays. 
In the House in 1893, the Speaker (Brooks) ruled that a motion 
for the previous question could not be withdrawn during roll-call, 
as on that motion the yeas and nays had been ordered by a vote of 
the House, and that the roll-call was then in progress and must be 
concluded. Appeal was taken but was not sustained (H. J., 1893, 
p. 1322). 



PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PRECE- 
DENTS. 



Upon most occasions that arise in the Connecticut General Assembly, 
the common parliamentary law that governs all legislative bodies, con- 
tains the rules which prevail. This common parliamentary law has grown 
up in modern times among English and American legislative bodies. The 
General Assembly of Connecticut has followed for many years the simple 
forms that formerly prevailed in the parliament of Great Britain with 
such modifications and changes as have been found necessary from time to 
time. " The Law and Practice of Legislative Assemblies in the United 
States of America," by Luther S. Cushing, contains the rules and prece- 
dents which govern almost every question that may arise in the Connec- 
ticut General Assembly. This authority can be safely appealed to in 
nearly every case that may arise. Cushing's Manual and Jefferson's 
Manual contain rules which are stated in such a general way that in many 
cases an examination of the larger work of Mr. Cushing will be found ex- 
pedient by a legislator or presiding officer. Upon some questions that have 
arisen, presiding officers in the Senate and House in cases of dispute have 
followed the rulings of the Speaker of the House of Representatives at 
"Washington, as that body is governed by the same general parliamentary 
law except when modified by its own rules and precedents. The digest 
of Mr. Barclay, which is used in the House of Representatives at Wash- 
ington, contains many precedents which have been found useful by 
presiding officers in the Connecticut General Assembly. The practice 
in Connecticut has usually favored a simple and direct application of a 
few rules so as to facilitate the dispatch of business. The general parlia- 
mentary law which obtains, as cited above, is modified in Connecticut, 
first, by the joint rules and special rules of the House or Senate; second, 
by certain customs which are peculiar to Connecticut and which have 
been followed for so many years as to have the force of binding prece- 
dent ; and third, by certain provisions of the general statutes. 
S 



l\4: PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS. 

JOINT RULES. 

The joint rules relate principally to the organization of the General As- 
senary. They do not. however, cover the proceedings in case of an elec- 
tion of the State officers by the General Assembly. 

The second joint rule provides for the appointment of the joint standing 
committees, which are now twenty-two in number. This rule provides 
what particular matters shall be referred to the several committees. The 
presiding officers and members usually follow these rules in referring 
business to proper committees, and it is considered bad form, unless under 
extraordinary circumstances, to refer bills or resolutions to other than the 
appropriate committees provided by the rules. The Committee on Cities 
and Boroughs was established in 1866, to relieve the Committee on In- 
corporations of its work relating to municipal charters, and also to relieve 
the Committee on Railroads of business relating to horse railroad com- 
panies. The Committee on Insurance was established in 1875, to further 
relieve the Committee on Incorporations of attention to important insur- 
ance interests. The Committee on Manufactures was established in 1877, 
for the purpose of attending to certain resolutions and bills that were 
usually referred to the Committee on Incorporations. The Committee on 
Appropriations was established in 1885, to take charge of all matters 
covered by chapter 40, and by section 402 of the General Statutes. The 
powers and duties of that committee are governed by the chapter and 
section referred to. The work of the Committee on Engrossed Bills is 
performed mainly by the Clerk of Bills, who is appointed under the pro- 
visions of section 401 of the statutes by the Secretary of the State, the 
President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House. The duties of 
the Clerk of Bills are pointed out more specifically by the tenth joint 
rule. The duties of the Committee on Engrossed Bills are provided in 
detail by the ninth and fourteenth joint rules. 

The fourth joint rule provides that committees of conference shall 
consist of one Senator and two Representatives who were in the majority 
vote of their respective Houses. It sometimes happens that a question is 
raised whether a person nominated for a member of a committee of con- 
ference can be questioned whether or not he was in the majority vote. It 
has been decided in the House of Representatives at Washington, and the 
precedent has been followed in Connecticut, that unless the yeas and nays 
were taken and recorded no member can question the vote of another 
member if that member declares that he was in the majority vote. 

The fifth joint rule provides that when each House shall have adhered 
to its vote of disagreement, the bill or resolution shall be considered 



PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS. 115 

lost. The regular method of procedure when a bill or resolution is re- 
turned to the House where it originated, upon disagreeing action of the 
other branch of the General Assembly, is to make a motion to insist and 
ask for a committee of conference. The subject matter should then be 
returned to the other House, and that body usually insists also and grants 
a committee of conference. Tf the committee of conference cannot agree 
they so report, and either House may then recede from its former action 
arid concur with the other, or the usual course under such circumstances 
is that each House adheres to its original action, and the bill is lost. If 
the committee of conference agrees upon a report, the necessary action is 
followed in one or both branches, and the action recommended by the 
committee is adopted by amendment or otherwise. It sometimes hap- 
pens that a motion to adhere is made, before a motion to insist and ask 
or grant a committee of conference, and it has been held that a motion 
so made may be entertained, but it is not considered respectful treatment 
of a bill nor of the other branch of the General Assembly to make a 
motion to adhere, until after a committee of conference has been asked 
for and granted and the inability of the two Houses to agree has become 
apparent. 

The seventh joint rule provides for the return of a bill after it has been 
passed and sent to the Governor and before he has signed the same. If 
the bill has been signed by the Governor it has become a law, and can 
only be repealed as other statutes. If the bill has not been signed by the 
Governor, the invariable practice requires that the Governor should con- 
sent to its return. If, after passage and transmission to the Governor, 
either House desires that the bill shall be recalled, there is no rule of 
courtesy between the two Houses which requires a recall, and it should 
not be recalled unless the sense of both Houses agrees that there should 
be further consideration of the measure. 

The eighth joint rule provides the method of procedure in joint con- 
vention of the two Houses. 

The eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth joint rules provide for the en- 
dorsement, form, and printing of private and public acts. Private acts 
must be printed at the expense of the parties interested. The Clerks of 
the House and Senate will usually attend to the printing of private acts if 
the name of a responsible party is given to them, who shall be charged 
with the cost of the same. It is better that the Clerks should attend to 
this, because in that way the rules concerning the form of printing and 
filing for the calendar will be better observed. 

The fifteenth joint rule relates to the method of procedure after bills 
have been reported from their respective committees. 



j-<g PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS. 

RULES OF THE SENATE. 

Most of the special rules of the Senate are similar to the rules of the 
House. The order of precedence of certain motions provided by the 
sixth Senate rule differs somewhat from that of the thirty-third House 
rule, but the only important difference lies in the fact that there is no pro- 
vision in the Senate rules for a motion for the previous question. It has 
been held that the previous question cannot be ordered in the Senate 
because there is no such practice or rule in the Senate of the United 
States. In 1863 it was held, however, by the presiding officer, after a 
debate had been carried on for several hours apparently for the purpose of 
delay, that the chair would entertain a motion that " the Senate will pro- 
ceed to take a vote upon the question pending." Such a motion is 
equivalent in its effect to the previous question, but it is believed this is 
the only instance in which the force of a motion for the previous question 
has been felt in the Senate. The thirteenth rule of the Senate provides 
that all committees except committees of conference shall be appointed by 
che Senate. Before 18G8 the committees of the Senate were appointed 
by the Lieutenant-Governor; between 1868 and 1877 the practice varied 
somewhat according to the political complexion of the Senate and the 
Lieutenant-Governor. Since 1877 the rule has been, as at the present 
time, notwithstanding the fact that the Senate and Lieutenant-Governor 
have several times been of the same political faith. This is in accordance 
with the practice of the United States Senate and is justified by the fact 
that the Lieutenant-Governor is not a member of the body over which 
he presides, as is the Speaker ef the House, and is not chosen by a 
majority of the Senate. The nineteenth Senate rule provides that a mo- 
tion to reconsider may be made within three days of the actual session of 
the Senate. This differs from the thirty-seventh House rule which pro- 
vides that a motion to reconsider must be made on the same or the suc- 
ceeding session day. The difference between these two rules sometimes 
leads to a misunderstanding by new members. There seems to be no 
good reason why these two rules should differ, and it would be well if a 
revising committee should fix the time for reconsideration within the same 
number of days in both Houses. 

RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

These rules have been carefully revised twice within a few years, and 
as they have modified materially the old rules and have made some 
changes in the common parliamentary practice, a careful examination is 
requisite for any member who remembers the older practice and rules, 
or who desires to be ready upon parliamentary questions that may arise, 



PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS. 



MODIFICATIONS OF THE RULES BY STATUTE. 



11 



To understand thoroughly the powers and duties of the executive and 
legislative branches of the government and their relations to each other 
it is best to read the sections of the General Statutes from section 287 to 
section 429 inclusive. The special statute rules governing the General 
Assembly will be found from section 385 to section 429 inclusive. Under 
these statute rules the following limitations are placed upon the power of 
the General Assembly : 

No petition can be considered for any relief which any court has power 
to grant. 

Petitions of an adversary nature must be served upon the parties in- 
terested at least twelve days before the second day of the session of the 
General Assembly. 

Petitions for the incorporation of banks, savings banks, or alteration of 
the charter of a city or borough, the incorporation of a railroad, horse- 
railroad, canal, or turnpike company, or for the alteration of the charter 
of any such company, must be duly advertised for at least three weeks 
before the first day of the session of the Assembly. 

Petitions relating to the school fund must be returned and docketed by 
the first Monday in December preceding the session of the Assembly. 

Members of the Assembly cannot appear as attorneys before the As- 
sembly or any committee thereof, unless in their own cause or that of the 
towns they represent, or of some public corporation therein. 

Applications for restoration of forfeited rights cannot be heard unless 
notice shall have been published at least once a week for two successive 
weeks within two months before the opening of the session. 

Section 402 of the General Statutes provides that all estimates for the 
expenditures of the several departments, and all bills and resolutions ap- 
propriating money from the State Treasury, except those for the payment 
of claims against the State, and for the payment of the contingent ex- 
penses of the Senate and House, shall b© referred to the Committee on 
Appropriations before final action thereon. No appropriation for a 
salary, compensation, or fees in excess of the amount allowed by law. 
can be made until after a law authorizing the increase has been passed. 

Appropriations in excess of ten thousand dollars must be divided, if 
possible, into specific items. 

No general legislation can be attached to an appropriation bill. 

Sections 405-411 inclusive limit the powers of the executive and legis- 
lative departments of the government in relation to appropriations. 

Any bill for a public act amending or repealing a statute must either 



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PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS. 



cite the language of the statute amended or repealed, or so much thereof 
as may be necessary to show the effect of such amendment or repeal. 

Contestants for seats in either House of the General Assembly cannot 
be allowed more than one hundred dollars for attorney fees and expenses, 
together with the legal fees of witnesses summoned with the approval of 
the Committee on Contested Elections. 

The Treasurer cannot pay any member of the General Assembly his 
compensation and mileage until after the final adjournment. 

Persons elected to either branch of the General Assembly by illegal 
practices are incapable of holding their seats unless they can show that 
they were not, directly or indirectly, concerned in it. 

If any person elected a Representative shall by himself or others offer 
or distribute gratuitously among the electors any liquor on the day of 
election, or shall on any previous day entertain electors in like manner, 
with intent to procure votes, he shall be considered guilty of undue influ- 
ence and illegal practices, and forfeit his seat in the House. 

The mileage distance from each town to Hartford is fixed by section 
428. 

THE CALENDAR. 

Prior to 1875 the regular business of each House (upon the reports of 
the committees), was taken up according to the convenience of the House 
and usually without notice to the members. The business was called up 
by the chairmen of the respective committees from the Clerk's table at 
the pleasure of the several chairmen. Since that time, the system of 
putting all public acts and joint resolutions upon a calendar which is daily 
distributed to each member, gives notice to each member of the order of 
business for the day. 

The rules governing the printing of bills and the calendar will be 
found in sections 397-400 inclusive of the General Statutes. In addition, 
the twenty-third Senate rule and the ninth House rule govern the Clerks 
of the respective branches and direct them how they shall prepare and 
keep the respective calendars. 

THE PREVIOUS QUESTION. 

The question has occasionally been raised in the House whether the 
previous question applies to anything more than the immediate question 
at issue: that is, if the pending motion is to amend a bill or resolution, 
and the previous question is ordered, whether any other question is there- 
by ordered than that upon the adoption of the proposed amendment, or 
whether the force of the previous question cuts off debate upon the 
whole subject matter amd calls for a vote upon the pending bill or resohi- 



PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS. }19 

tion as well as upon the motion to amend it. The weight of Connecticut 
rulings or authority is that in the Connecticut House the previous question 
when ordered, applies only to the immediate question before the House, 
and does not cut off debate upon any questions at issue that properly 
precede the definite one under debate. 

TEAS AND NAYS. 

A record of the yeas and nays may be ordered by one-fifth of the 
members present, and this right is guaranteed by section 9 of the third 
article of the Constitution. It was held in 1875 and several times there- 
after, that the constitutional right to call for the yeas and nays exists at 
any time before the actual and final declaration of the result, although 
there may have been taken a viva voce and a standing vote before the 
yeas and nays are called for. This right to move for the yeas and nays 
at any time before a declaration of the result was held to exist before the 
adoption of the thirty-sixth rule of the House in its present form, and 
exists by force of the constitution in both the Senate and House in- 
dependently of any rule. 

. RECONSIDERATION OF A VETOED BILL. 

It was decided by the Connecticut House in 1811 that as long as a 
vetoed bill is in the possession of either House, that House may vote more 
than once upon the motion to reconsider, and pass the bill notwithstanding 
the objections of the Governor. This is in accordance with a decision of 
the National House of Representatives in 1842. Undoubtedly, how- 
ever, the second motion to reconsider should be made by some one who 
was in the negative vote upon the first motion to reconsider. When 
the vetoed bill or resolution has been reconsidered, it has been held that' 
it is open for amendments so as to meet the objections of the executive, 
and on several occasions vetoed bills have been so amended, and have 
often received the approval of the executive. The amendment makes a 
new bill, and these rulings are in the interest of convenient and common- 
sense legislation. 

TO LAY ON THE TABLE A MOTION TO RECONSIDER. 

The "Washington practice of clinching a vote upon a bill by making a 
motion to reconsider, and then laying that motion upon the table does not 
obtain in Connecticut. It was attempted in 1861 and resulted in failure. 
To permit such a thing to be done, would violate the common-sense rules 
permitting reconsideration within two days in the House and three days 
in the Senate, and would enable a temporary majority to obtain an unfai'* 
advantage. 



120 PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS. 

AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

A question has been raised once or twice whether two-thirds of all the 
members elected to either House are necessary to approve an amendment 
to the Constitution, or whether two-thirds of a quorum is sufficient. It 
was decided by the House itself in 1864 upon an appeal and by Speakers 
of the House in 1875, 1876, 1877, and 1884, that two-thirds of a quorum 
is sufficient to approve an amendment to the constitution of the State.* 
These decisions are in accordance with the ruling of the House of Repre- 
sentatives at "Washington, in 1865 upon the adoption of the thirteenth 
amendment to the Constitution of the United States. 

MINORITY REPORTS. 

In most legislative bodies the majority of a committee control the 
reports, and the only report that can be made to a legislative body from 
one of its committees is that which is known as the report of the com- 
mittee, which is the report agreed to by a majority of its members. The 
minority of a committee cannot usually make a separate or special report. 
In the Connecticut General Assembly, however, a custom has existed for 
a long time which permits the minority of a committee to make a special 
report. This special report may be simply the negative views of a 
minority, giving the reasons why they dissent from the affirmative 
action of the majority of the committee. When the minority of a 
committee report affirmatively, they may recommend the passage of a 
resolution or bill for a public act, which resolution or bill accompanies the 
report. It is the usual practice, however, to consider the report of the 
majority of a committee first, and if that report is accepted, no action 
should be taken upon the minority report, but it should be treated as re- 
jected without further action because it has no right of existence except 
as a courtesy to the minority members of the committee and the opinions 
of the minority have been rejected once by the acceptance of the report 
of the committee. If, however, the report of the majority of a committee 
is rejected, it is usual to take up immediately, for consideration, the report 
of the minority. It does not follow, however, if the report of the ma- 
jority is rejected that the report of the minority should be accepted. Any 
bill or resolution reported by the minority of a committee should be 
printed, and if passed, requires all the formalities in its passage that are 
requisite if the same came from the majority of the committee. 

* This rule has been held to govern in restoring forfeited rights. 



PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PRECEDENTS. -.n* 

POWER TO SECURE A QUORUM. 

The Constitution provides in Section 7, Article III, that while a majority 
of each House shall constitute a quorum to do business, a smaller number 
may adjourn from day to day, and compel the attendance of absent mem- 
bers in such manner and under such penalties as each House may pre- 
scribe. There has never been any legislation by either House of the 
Connecticut General Assembly prescribing the manner in which the 
attendance of absent members may be secured. Such legislation has 
been proposed on two or three occasions, but the good sense of absent 
members has prevented any necessity for fls adoption. On a few occa- 
sions during times of political excitement the minority has withdrawn and 
left the House without a quorum for the purpose of preventing immediate 
legislation, but in no instance has such action by the minority continued 
longer than till the next regular day of meeting. On one or two occa- 
sions it has been suggested that the Speaker has power to order the doors 
to be closed. This is undoubtedly a mistake, and it would require the 
passage of a resolution by the House itself, which resolution should pro- 
vide a means of issuing a proper summons, to be served by some proper 
official, to bring the absent members on to the floor. On a few occasions 
Speakers have ordered the doors to be closed to prevent members from 
going out when it was feared the House might be left without a 
quorum. This was undoubtedly an arbitrary assumption of power 
which no Speaker or door-keeper could enforce, and has been sub- 
mitted to only because of the good nature of the members who were 
thus kept within the House. In most legislative bodies when it becomes 
necessary to compel the attendance of absent members, the Sergeant-at- 
arms is the official clothed with the power, upon an order of the House, 
to arrest the person of an absent member and bring him on to the floor 
of the House. If a member of a legislative body should, by violence, 
prevent the Sergeant-atarms from securing his attendance, such member 
could undoubtedly be expelled and a new election could be ordered to fill 
the vacancy. As the Connecticut General Assembly has no Sergeant-at- 
arms, it is probable that the Sheriff of the County of Hartford could be 
clothed with the necessary power to arrest the persons of absent mem- 
bers and bring them on to the floor of the House, but it is not probable 
any such extreme exercise of the constitutional power of either House 
<vill over become necessary. 



132 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



DISTANCE from each Town in the State of Connecticut to Hart- 
ford, as established by the General Assembly in 1877. (Gen. 
Stat., Sec. 428.) Also the Number of Representatives to 
which each Town is entitled. 



Hartford County. 







No. 






No. 




Miles. 


Rep. 




Miles. 


Rep. 


Hartford, 


— 


2 


Manchester, 


9 


2 


Avon, 


20 


1 


Marlborough, 


30 


1 


Berlin, 


13 


1 


New Britain, 


9 


2 


Bloomfield, 


6 


1 


Newington, 


5 


1 


Bristol, 


18 


2 


Plainville, 


14 


1 


Burlington, 


23 


1 


Rocky Hill, 


8 


1 


Canton, 


22 


1 


Simsbury, 


15 


2 


East Granby, 


20 


1 


Southington, 


20 


2 


East Hartford, 


2 


2 


South Windsor, 


8 


1 


East Windsor, 


14 


2 


Suffleld, 


17 


2 


Enfield, 


18 


2 


West Hartford, 


4 


1 


Farmington, 


19 


2 


Wethersfield, 


4 


2 


Glastonbury, 


12 


2 


Windsor, 


6 


2 


Granby, 


18 


2 


Windsor Locks, 


12 


1 


Hartland, 


39 


2 










New Haven County. 






New Haven, 


36 


2 


Middlebury, 


38 


1 


Waterbury, 


32 


2 


Milford, 


46 


2 


Ansonia, 


48 


2 


Naugatuck, 


37 


2 


Beacon Falls, 


41 


1 


North Branford, 


45 


1 


Bethany, 


45 


1 


North Haven, 


29 


1 


Branford, 


45 


1 


Orange, 


42 


1 


Cheshire, 


26 


2 


Oxford, 


48 


1 


Derby, 


48 


2 


Prospect, 


29 


1 


East Haven, 


40 


1 


Seymour, 


44 


1 


Guilford, 


52 


2 


Southbury, 


55 


1 


Hamden, 


34 


1 


Wallingford, 


24 


2 


Madison, 


56 


1 


Wolcott, 


37 


1 


Meriden, 


18 


2 


Woodbridge, 


40 


1 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



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New London County. 







No. 






No. 




Miles. 


Rep. 




Miles. 


Rep. 


New London, 


61 


2 


Lyme, 


43 


2 


Norwich, 


50 


2 


Montville, 


58 


1 


Bozrah, 


50 


1 


North Stonington 


80 


2 


Colchester, 


40 


2 


Old Lyme, 


45 


1 


East Lyme, 


56 


1 


Preston, 


55 


2 


Franklin, 


42 


1 


Salem, 


58 


1 


Griswold, 


53 


1 


Sprague, 


42 


1 


Groton, 


65 


2 


Stonington, 


75 


2 


Lebanon, 


42 


2 


Voluntown, 


60 


1 


Ledyard, 


58 


1 


Waterford, 


58 


1 


Lisbon, 


50 


1 










Fairfield County. 






Bridgeport, 


53 


2 


Newtown, 


74 


2 


Danbury, 


92 


2 


Norwalk, 


70 


2 


Bethel, 


89 


1 


Redding, 


87 


2 


Brookfield, 


82 


1 


Ridgefield, 


84 


2 


Darien, 


74 


1 


Sherman, 


96 


1 


Easton, 


63 


1 


Stamford, 


78 


2 


Fairfield, 


58 


2 


Stratford, 


50 




Greenwich, 


84 


2 


Trumbull, 


57 




Huntington, 


62 


1 


Weston, 


68 




Monroe, 


67 


1 


Westport, 


65 




New Canaan, 


86 


1 


Wilton, 


75 




New Fairfield, 


97 


1 










Windham 


County. 






Windham, 


35 


2 


Killingly, 


64 


2 


Putnam, 


56 


2 


Plainfield, 


50 


2 


Ashford, 


46 


2 


Pomfret, 


50 


2 


Brooklyn, 


66 


1 


Scotland, 


40 


1 


Canterbury, 


50 


2 


Sterling, 


61 


1 


Chaplin, 


44 


1 


Thompson, 


61 


2 


Eastford, 


50 


1 


Woodstock, 


60 


2 


Hampton, 


44 


1 










Litchfield 


County. 






Litchfield, 


58 


2 


New Hartford, 


29 


2 


Winchester, 


35 


2 


Norfolk, 


45 


2 


New Milford, 


90 


2 


North Canaan, 


55 


1 


Barkhamsted, 


34 


2 


Plymouth, 


26 


1 


Bethlehem, 


45 


1 


Roxbury, 


92 


1 


Bridgewater, 


96 


1 


. Salisbury, 


62 


2 


Canaan, 


61 


1 


Sharon, 


71 


2 


Colebrook, 


40 


2 


Thomaston, 


27 


1 


Cornwall, 


71 


2 


Torrington, 


46 


2 


Goshen 


52 


2 


Warren, 


76 


1 


Harwinton, 


53 


2 


Washington, 


95 


2 


Kent, 


80 


1 


Watertown 


39 


1 


Morris, 


62 


1 


Woodbury, 


45 


2 



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TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



Middlesex County. 







No. 






No. 




Miles. 


Rep. 




Miles. 


Rep. 


MlDDLETOWN, 


15 


2 


Essex, 


39 


1 


Haddam, 


27 


2 


Killingworth, 


43 


2 


Chatham, 


25 


2 


Middlefield, 


21 


1 


Chester, 


34 


1 


Old Saybrook, 


43 


1 


Clinton, 


51 


1 


Portland, 


18 


1 


Cromwell, 


13 


1 


Saybrook, 


35 


2 


Durham, 


24 


2 


Westbrook, 


46 


1 


East Haddam, 


33 


2 










Tolland 


County. 






Tolland, 


22 


2 


Mansfield, 


36 


2 


Andover, 


23 


1 


Somers, 


24 


2 


Bolton, 


20 


1 


Stafford, 


52 


2 


Columbia, 


28 


1 


Union, 


60 


2 


Coventry, 


28 


2 


Vernon, 


17 


2 


Ellington, 


20 


1 


Willington, 


48 


2 


Hebron, 


39 


2 









STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 



[ The dates given under this title indicate the expiration of official terms. J 

COMMISSIONER OF THE SCHOOL FUND. 

(Appointed by the General Assembly for four years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 349. 

Salary, $2,000.) 

(Office, first floor, Capitol.) 

Herbert E. Benton, New Haven, July 1, 1899; Chief Clerk, 
Carnot O. Spencer, Hartford; Assistant Clerk, Wm. H. Pond, 
Milford. 



INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of tbe Senate, for four years, Gen. 

Stat., Sec. 2814. Salary, $3,500.) 

(Office, first floor, Capitol.) 

Frederick A. Betts of New Haven, July 1, 1899 ; Actuary, 
Arthur A. Wilson, Hartford ; Chief Clerk, Theron Upson, Berlin ; 
Assistant Clerks, Frederick W. Skiff, New Haven; George I. Rog- 
ers, Milford. 



RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, for four years, Gen. 

Stat., Sec. 3413. Salaries, $3,000 each.) 

(Office, third floor, Capitol.) 

William O. Seymour, Ridgefield, July 1, 1899 ; George M. 
Woodruff, Litchfield, July 1, 1897; Alex. C. Robertson, Montville, 
July 1, 1897; Clerk, Henry F. Billings, Hartford. 



STATE BOARD OF HIGHWAY COMMISSIONERS. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, for sis years. Com- 
pensation $8 per day and expenses when acting officially.) 

W. R. McDonald, Cromwell, 1897; A. C. Sternberg, West Hart- 
ford, 1899; J. H. MacDonald, Chairman, New Haven, 1901; Chief 
Clerk, George I. Allen, Middletown. 



BANK COMMISSIONERS. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, for four years, Gen. 
Stat., Sec. 1825. Salaries, $2,500 each.) 

Edward R. Doyle, Hartford, July 1, 1897 ; Sidney W. Crofut, 
Killingly, July 1, 1899. 

COMMISSIONERS OF FISHERIES AND GAME. 

( Appointed by the Governor for two years, and until others are appointed, Pub. 
Acts, 1895, Cap. XL VI. Compensation $3 per day for actual services and 
expenses.) 

Hubert Williams, Salisbury, Abbott C. Collins, Hartford James 
A. Bill, Lyme, for two years from May 1, 1895. 



126 STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 

(Special protectors appointed by the Commissioners.) 

Edson L. Perkins, Litchfield; Charles N. Ellsworth, Collinsville ; 
Theodore D. Adams, Seymour; Geo. W. Eaton, Stafford Springs; 
Jeremiah G. Dunbar, New London; Elton E. Warren, New Hart- 
ford; Henry M. Ailing, New Haven; Thomas H. Ward, Lebanon; 
Andrew W. Loomis, Willimantic; Willard L. Selleck, Bethany. 



SHELL-FISH COMMISSIONERS. 

(Appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate, for four years, Acts of 
1889, Cap. CC. Compensation $5 per day and expenses, limited to $1,500 
in one year.) 

Christian Swartz, Norwalk, July 1, 1897; George C. Waldo, 
Bridgeport, July 1, 1899; George W. Hallock, Danbury, July 1, 
1899. 



CLERK OF SHELL-FISHERIES. 

(.Appointed by the Shell-Fish Commissioners, Acts of 1895, Cap. CCXCI. Salary, 

$1,400.) 

Frederick Botsford, New Haven. 



COMMISSIONER OF BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS. 

Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, for four years, Gen. 
Stat., Sec. 2944. Salary, $3,000.) 
(Office, third floor, Capitol.) 
Samuel B. Home, Winsted, July 1, 1899; Chief Clerk, William 
W. Ives, Norwich. 



DAIRY COMMISSIONER. 

(Appointed by the Governor for two years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 2618. Salary, $1,500 
Comfort S. Burlingame, Canterbury, May 1, 1896; Deputy, 
E. P. Bates. 



COMMISSIONERS OF PHARMACY. 

(Appointed by the Governor, from six names presented by the Connecticut 
Pharmaceutical Association, tor three years. Gen. Stat., Sec. 3118. Public 
Acts, 1895, Chap. XC1II. Salary, conditional, $300.) 

Henry M. Bishop, New Haven, June 1, 1896; Samuel W. Smith, 
Ansonia, June 1, 1897 ; George E. Dresser, Putnam, June 1, 1898. 



COMMISSION OF SCULPTURE. 

(Appointed by the General Assembly for six years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 3741.) 
Henry W. Farnham, New Haven, July 1, 1897; Francis Good- 
win, Hartford, July 1, 1897; Alfred E. Burr, Hartford, July 1, 
1899; Charles Dudley Warner, Hartford, July 1, 1899; Kirk H. 
Leavens, Norwich, July 1, 1901 ; J. Q. A. Stone, Killingly, July 1, 
1901. 



STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 127 

STATE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. 

The Governor (ex officio). 

(Appointed by the General Assembly for two years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 2985.) 

The Secretary, and Hon. William Hamersley. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

(Office, third floor, Capitol.) 

The Governor and Lieutenant-Governor (ex officio). 

(Appointed by the General Assembly for four years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 2095.) 

Edward D. Robbing, Wethersfield, July 1, 1899; Anthony Ames, 

Danielson, July 1, 1900; George M. Carrington, West Winsted, 

July 1, 1897; AVilliam G. Sumner, New Haven, July 1, 1898. 

(Appointed by the Board.) 
Charles D. Hine, Secretary, New Britain; A. J. Wright, Clerk, 
Hartford ; Giles Potter, Agent, New Haven. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE BLIND. 

Governor O. Vincent Coffin (ex officio); Charles B. Andrews, 
Chief Justice (ex officio), appointed by the Governor for four 
years; Emily Wells Foster, Hartford, July 1, 18&9; Frank E. 
Cleaveland, Hartford, July 1, 1897. Frank E. Cleaveland, Sec- 
retary; Emily Wells Foster, Assistant Secretary. 



STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

The Governor (ex officio). 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, for fonr years, Gen. 
Stat., Sec. 1694.) 

Ephraim H. Hyde, Stafford, July 1, 1897 ; Theron E. Piatt, 
Newtown, July 1, 1897; F. M. Bartholomew, East Wallingford, 
July 1, 1899 ; J. F. Brown, Stonington, July 1, lb99. 

(Appointed by the Agricultural Societies, etc., in each county for two years, 
Public Acts 1889, Cap. CCV.) 

Hartford County, Dudley Wells Wethersfield, Dec, 1898. 

New Haven 

New London 

Fairfield 

Windham 

Litchfield 

Middlesex 

Tolland 



A. B. Pierpont, Waterbury, " 1897. 

Clifton Peck, Franklin, " 1897. 

NellisH. Sherwood,. Southport, " 1898. 

W. H. Hammond, . . .Hampton, " 1898. 

George L. Foskett, .. Winsted, " 1897. 

Samuel A. Chalker,. Say brook, " 1897. 

John Thompson, Ellington, " 1896. 

(Appointed by the Board.) 
Gov. O. Vincent Coffin (ex officio), Prest. 
J. F. Brown, North Stonington, Vice-Prest. 
Theodore S. Gold, Sec'y and member (ex officio), West Cornwall. 



128 STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 

BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE CONNECTICUT AGRICUL- 
TURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. 

The Governor (ex officio). 

(Appointed by the Governor for three years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 1710.) 

Edwin Hoyt, New Canaan, July 1, 1899; James H. Webb, Ham- 
den, July 1, 1896. 

(Appointed by the State Board of Agriculture for three years.) 
Theodore S. Gold, West Cornwall, July 1, 1898. 

(Appointed by the State Agricultural Society for three years.) 
Ephraim H. Hyde, Stafford, July 1, 1897. 

(Appointed by the Governing Board of the Sheffield Scientific School for three 

years.) 

William H. Brewer, New Haven, July 1, 1896. 

(Appointed by the Board of Trustees of Wesleyan University for three years.) 

W. O. Atwater, Middletown, July 1, 1897. 

(Appointed by the Board.) 

S. W. Johnson, Director and member, ex officio, New Haven. 



COMMISSIONERS ON DISEASES OF DOMESTIC 
ANIMALS. 

(Appointed by the Board of Agriculture, Gen. Stat., Sec. 1700.) 

Clifton Peck, Yantic, Chairman; George L. Foskett, Winsted, 
Secretary; Dudley Wells, Wethersneld. 



BOARD OF PARDONS. 

The Governor (ex officio). 

(Appointed by the Judges of the Supreme Court, Gen. Stat., Sec. 3269.) 

Chief Justice Charles B. Andrews. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, Pub. Acts 1889, Cap. 
CCXXXII.) 

Morris W. Seymour, Bridgeport, first Monday in June, 1899; 
Edward Harland, Norwich, first Monday in June, 1899 ; Ernest 
Cady, Hartford, first Monday in June, 1897; Francis Bacon, M.D., 
New Haven, first Monday in June, 1897. 

(Appointed by the Board.) 

George P. McLean, Clerk, Simsbury. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, for six years and 
until others are appointed and qualified, Gen. Stat., Sec. 2674.) 

William H. Brewer, New Haven, July 1, 1897 (President); Ralph 
S. Goodwin, M.D., Thomaston July 1, 1897; Nath'l E. Wordin, 



STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 129 

M.D., Bridgeport, July 1, 1899; George P. Ingersoll, New Haven, 
July 1, 1899; Grove H. Wilson, M.D., Meriden, July 1, 1901; The- 
odore H. McKenzie, Southington, July 1, 1901. 

(Appointed by the Board.) 
C. A. Lindsley, M.D., Secretary and member (ex officio), New- 
Haven. 



STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, for four years, Gen. 
Stat., Sec. 1884.) 

Andrew W. Tracy, Meriden (President), July 1, 1897; Miss Re- 
becca G. Bacon, New Haven, July 1, 1897; Miss Mary Hall, Hart- 
ford, July 1, 1897; George F. Spencer Saybrook, July 1, 1899; 
Heman C. Whittlesey, Middletown (Secretary), July 1, 1899. 



SOLDIERS' HOSPITAL BOARD. 

The Governor, the Adjutant-General, and the Surgeon-General 

(ex officio). 

(Confirmed by the Governor, on nomination of the Department Commander 

G. A. R., for two years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 3764.) 

Leonard A. Dickinson, Hartford, March 29, 1896; Alfred B. 
Beers, Bridgeport, March 29, 1896; William E. Morgan, New 
Haven, January 1, 1898. 



BOARD OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. 

William O. Seymour, Railroad Commissioner (ex officio). 

(Appointed by the Railroad Commissioner, who is a civil engineer, Gen. Stat.» 

Sec. 3696.) 

T. H. McKenzie, Southington ; Nelson J. Welton, Waterbury; 
H. G. Scofield, Bridgeport ; Henry T. Potter, Norwich Town. 

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

(Appointed by the General Assembly for two years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 371. Com- 
pensation, $10 per day.) 

Edward L. Wells, Fairfield, and Oscar Leach, Durham, July 1, 
1897. 



STATE CHEMISTS. 

(Appointed by the Governor for two yearB, Gen. Stat., See. 293. Fees.) 

Herbert E. Smith, New Haven, Nov. 20, 1897; Robert B. Riggs, 

Hartford, Dec. 16, 1897; Henry Southern, Hartford, Jan. 10, 

1898; Redfield B. West, Guilford, Jan. 18, 1898; William T. Cutter, 

East Lyme, May 17, 1896; S. P. Wheeler, Bridgeport, June 21, 1897. 



130 STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 

INSPECTOR OF FACTORIES. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, for two years, Gen. 
Stat., Sec. 2263. Salary, $1,500.) 

George L. McLean, Ellington, July 1, 1897 ; special agents, Will 
W. Kirk, New Canaan; Preston B. Sibley, Danielson; and Cuno 
L. Hellricht, Hartford. 



INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF GAS METERS AND ILLUMI- 
NATING GAS. 
(Appointed by the Governor for three years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 3994. Pees.) 
William G. Mixter, New Haven, Sept. 1, 1893. 



DENTAL COMMISSIONERS. 

(Appointed by the Governor for two years, Pub. Acts., 1893, Cap. CXXX.) 
Geo. L. Parmele, Hartford, July.l, 1897; Wm. J. Rider, Dan- 
bury, July 1, 1897 ; Civilion Fones, Bridgeport, July 1, 1897 ; 
Chas. P. Graham, Middletown, July 1, 1897; Richard W. Browne, 
New London, July 1, 1897. 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE ISRAEL PUTNAM MEMORIAL 
CAMP GROUND. 

(Appointed by the Governor, Special Laws, 1895, p. 594). 
George G. Durant, Bethel; L. Woolsey Rahdle, Redding; Henry 
Crofut, Danbury; W. S. Wortman, Bethel; Aaron Sanford, New- 
town ; Henry A. Gilbert, Bethel; Chas. Sanford, Redding; John 
H. Ferris, Norwalk; all to July 1, 1897. 



LOCAL COMMISSIONS, ETC. 



INSPECTORS OF STEAM BOILERS. 

(Appointed, for each Congressional District, by the Governor for three years, 
Gen. Stat., Sec. 3770. Fees.) 

First District, George E. Cooley, Hartford, Sept. 4, 1898 ; Sec- 
ond District, Frederick H. Laforge, Waterbury, Sept. 30, 1897 ; 
Third District, Jeremiah Sullivan, Norwich, March 8, 1896 ; 
Fourth District, Daniel Olihan, Bridgeport, March 3, 1896. 



HARBOR COMMISSIONERS, NEW HAVEN HARBOR. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, for five years, 

Special Laws, Vol. VII, pp. 287, 748.) 

John F. Jackson, June 30, 1897 ; Curtis F. Evarts, June 30, 1898; 

Colin M. Ingersoll, Jr., and William W. Ward, June 30, 1899; 

Frank C. Bushnell, June 30, 1900; George B. Martin, June 30, 1898. 



HARBOR MASTERS AND DEPUTIES. 

(Appointed by the Governor for three years, and until others are appointed, Gen. 
Stat., Sees. 3223, 3225.) 

Bridgeport, John McNeil, Aug. 29, 1897 ; Greenwich, George 
H. Brush, Dec. 27, 1897; Hartford, William S. Williams, 



STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 131 

Dec. 22, 1898 ; Middletown, Roger Kennedy, July 9, 1898 ; 
New Haven, William E. Morgan, Sept. 26, 1897; Deputy, Edgar 
S. Dowe, April 18, 1896; New London, Hezekiah S. Bartlett, 
July 9, 1898 ; Deputy, William H. Allen, Groton, July 9, 1898 ; 
Norwalk, Aurelius J. Meeker, July 9, 1898 ; Deputies, Wm. L. 
Blascer, May 19, 1896; Stamford, James T. Johnson, Jan. 23, 1897; 
Five Mile River, Daniel P. Weeks, July 9, 1898 ; Norwalk, Aure- 
relius J. Meeker, July 9, 1898 ; Milford, Merritt W. Merwin, July 
9, 1898 ; Stonington, Wm. O. Atwood, Aug. 1, 1896. Deputy, Mark 
W. Chamberlain, April 2; 1898. 



BRIDGE COMMISSIONERS. 

(Appointed by the Governor with the consent of the Senate, Pub. Acte, 1893, 
Chapter CCXXXIX.) 

Commissioners of The Connecticut River Bridge and Highway 
District. — Morgan G. Bulkeley, Meigs H. Whaples, John G. Root, 
and John H. Hall, Hartford, James W. Cheney, Manchester, Alem- 
bert O. Crosby, Glastonbury, Charles W. Roberts, East Hartford, 
and Lewis Sperry, South Windsor. 

(Appointed by the Senate for two years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 2764.) 

Enfield Bridge Company. — Oscar Phillips of Suffield and C. W. 
Clark of Enfield, July 1, 1897. 

Rope Ferry Bridge. — Wm. B. Ogden of Waterford, and Freder- 
ick A. Beckwith of East Lyme, July 1, 1897. 

Windsor Locks and Warehouse Point Bridge. — F. J. Barnes, East 
Windsor, and A. W. Converse of Windsor Locks, July 1, 1897. 

Thompsonville Bridge. — George T. Matthewson of Thompson- 
ville, and Herbert L. Viets of Suffield, from July 1, 1897. 



FERRY COMMISSIONERS. 

(Appointed by the Senate for two years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 2767.) 

Chapman's Ferry. — William E. Odber of Haddam, and W. S. 
Comstock of East Haddam, July 1, 1897. 

Oildersleeve and Cromwell Ferry. — Andrew N. Shepard of Port- 
land, and E. D. Hammond of Cromwell, July 1, 1897. 

Middle Haddam Ferry. — William T. Simpson of Chatham, 
and John J. Cone of Middletown, to July 1, 1897. 

Middletown and Portland Ferry. — E. Irving Bell of Portland, 
and E. B. Strong of Middletown, to July 1, 1897. 

New London and Oroton Ferry. — L. Dewano Whipple and Cole- 
man Williams of Groton, to July 1, 1897. 

Rocky Hill Ferry. — Frank D. Glazier of Glastonbury, and 
Henry H. Grant of Rocky Hill, to July 1, 1897. 

Saybrook and Lyme Steam Ferry. — Ozias H. Kirtland of Old 
Saybrook, and Richard W. Chadwick of Lyme. 



132 STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 

TURNPIKE COMMISSIONERS. 

(Appointed by the Senate for two years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 2729.) 
New Haven and Derby Turnpike. — Robert Redfield, Stephen D. 
Russell, and Luke Clark, all of Orange, July 1, 1897. 



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 

(Appointed by the General Assembly for four years, Gen. Stat., Sec. 1973.) 

Hartford County. — Edward W. Dewey, Granby, July 1, 1897; 
Robert A. Potter of Bristol, July 1, 1899 ; Frederick W. Dean of 
Glastonbury, July 1, 1899. 

New Haven County. — John L. Lindley, Ansonia, July 1, 1897; 
Jacob D. Walter of Cheshire, July 1, 1899 ; Albert B. Dunham of 
Seymour, July 1, 1899. 

New London County. — John T. Battey, Groton, and George O. 
Jackson, Colchester, to July 1, 1899; Gilbert L. Hewitt, Norwich, 
to July 1, 1897. 

Fairfield County. — Whitman S. Mead, Greenwich, July 1, 1897; 
Henry Lee of Bridgeport, July 1, 1899; and James E. Miller of 
Redding, July 1, 1899. 

Windham County. — Davis A. Baker, Ashford, July 1, 1897; 
Edwin H. Hall of Windham, July 1, 1899 ; Edwin L. Palmer of 
Killingly, July 1, 1899. 

Litchfield County.— David E. Soule, New Milford, July 1, 1897; 
Sylvester N. Pettibone of New Hartford, July 1, 1899; Newell L. 
Webster, Thomaston, July 1, 1899. 

Middlesex County. — Henry M. Snell, Saybrook, July 1, 1897; 
John J. Hubbard of Middletown, July 1, 1899; Wm. H. Scoville 
of East Haddam, July 1. 1899. 

Tolland County.— William D. Holman, Tolland, July 1, 1897; 
Joseph W. Chandler of Stafford, July 1, 1899; John H. Buell of 
Hebron, July 1, 1899. 



COMMISSION FOR PROMOTION OF UNIFORMITY IN 
LEGISLATION IN THE UNITED STATES. 

(Appointed by the Governor, with consent of the Senate, Chap. 3, Pub. 
Acts of 1893.) 

Lyman D. Brewster, Danbury, Earliss P. Arvine, New Haven, 
E. Henry Hyde, Jr., Hartford. 



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JUDICIAJRY. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 
United States Circuit and District Courts in Connecticut. 

Associate Justice of Supreme Court for Second Circuit — 
Edward D. White of Louisiana. 

Circuit Judges — William J. Wallace, Syracuse, N. Y. ; E. 
Henry Lacombe, New York City; Nathaniel Shipman, Hart- 
ford. 

District Judge — William K. Townsend, New Haven. 

District Attorney — George P. McLean, Simsbury. 

Clerk of Circuit and District Courts — Edwin E. Marvin, 
Hartford. 

Marshal — Richard C. Morris, New London. 

Deputy Marshals — Maurice F. Carmody, Waterbury, o 
Stephen B. Hayes, Bridgeport, William B. Catlin, New 
Haven. 

Master in Chancery — Henry E. Taintor, Hartford. 

Extradition Commissioner — Edwin E. Marvin, Hartford. 

Terms — Of Circuit Court, at New Haven on the fourth 
Tuesday in April, at Hartford on the third Tuesday in 
September; of District Court, at New Haven on the fourth 
Tuesdays in February and August, and at Hartford on the 
fourth Tuesday in May and first Tuesday in December. 

Standing Examiners of Circuit Court in Equity Matters — 
Edwin E. Marvin and Henry E. Taintor, Hartford; Frederic 
C. Earle, New Haven. 

Commissioners of the United States Circuit Court. 

Hartford — Edwin E. Marvin, Charles E. Fellowes, Syl- 
vester C. Dunham. 

Bridgeport — Morris W. Seymour. 

Litchfield — George M. Woodruff. 

Meriden — James P. Piatt. 

Middletown — A. W. Bacon, Henry E. Burton. 

New Haven — William A. Wright, George P. Ingersoll. 
J. M. Hall. 

New London — Charles W. Butler. 

Norwich — Allen Tenuy. 

Norwalk — A. B. Woodward. 

Thompson — Abiel Converse. 

Waterbury — George E. Terry. 



184 JUDICIARY. 

Registers in Bankruptcy. 

1st District, Henry E. Burton, Middletown. 

3d " Robert Coit, New London. 

4th " Louis N. Middlebrook, Bridgeport 



STATE COURTS. 

Judges of the supreme court of errors and of the superior court are ap- 
pointed by the general assembly on nomination by the governor, for the term of 
eight years. Judges of courts of common pleas and the district court are ap- 

Eointed by the general assembly for terms of four years, and Judges of city, 
orough, and police courts are appointed by the general assembly, for terms of 
two years. 

Supreme Court of Errors. 

Chief Justice — Charles B. Andrews, elected Judge, 1882; 
Chief Justice, 1889. 

Associate Judges — David Torrance, Derby, 1890-1898; 
Augustus H. Fenn, Winchester, 1893-1901; Simeon E. Bald- 
win, New Haven, 1893-1901; William Hamersley, Hartford. 
1894-1902. 

Reporter — James P. Andrews, Hartford. 

Clerks — Clerks of the superior court are, ex officio, clerks 
of the supreme court of errors for their respective counties. 

Terms — For the first judicial district, composed of the 
counties of Hartford, Windham, Litchfield, Middlesex, and 
Tolland, at Hartford on the first Tuesdays in January, 
March, May, and October: for the second judicial district, 
composed of the county of New London, at Norwich, on the 
last Tuesday in May and the third Tuesday in October; for 
the third judicial district, composed of the counties of New 
Haven and Fairfield, at New Haven, on the third Tuesday 
in January and the first Tuesday of June; at Bridgeport, on 
the third Tuesday in April and fourth Tuesday in October. 

Superior Court. 

Judges — Frederick B. Hall. Bridgeport, 1889-1897; Samuel 
O. Prentice, Hartford, 1889-1897; John M. Thayer, Norwich, 
1889-1897; Silas A. Robinson. Middletown, 1890-1898: George 
W. Wheeler, Bridgeport, 1893-1901; Ralph Wheeler, New 
London, 1893-1901; Milton A. Shumway, 1894-1902; William 
T. Elmer, Middletown, 1895-1903. 

CLERKS. 

Hartford County — Clerk, Charles W. Johnson, Hartford: 
Assistant Clerk, George A. Conant, Hartford. 
New Haven County — Clerk, Edward A. Anketell, New 



JUDICIARY. 135 

Haven; Assistant Clerks, John S. Fowler, New Haven, Ed- 
ward F. Cole, Waterbury. 

New London County — Clerk, John C. Averill, Norwich; 
Assistant Clerk, George E. Parsons, Norwich. 

Fairfield County — Clerk, William R. Shelton, Bridgeport; 
Assistant Clerks,' William T. Haviland, Bridgeport, John R. 
Booth, Danbury. 

Windham County — Clerk, Samuel H. Seward, Putnam; 
Assistant Clerks, Arthur G. Bill, Danielson, George W. 
Meloney, Willimantic. 

Litchfield County — Clerk, D wight C. Kilbourn, Litchfield; 
Assistant Clerks, William F. Hurlbut, West Winsted, Whea- 
ton F. Dowd, Litchfield. 

Middlesex County — Clerk, Charles G. R. Vinal, Middle- 
town; Assistant Clerk, Arthur B. Calef, Jr., Middletown. 

Tolland County — Clerk, Lyman T. Tingier, Rockville; 
Assistant Clerk, Edwin S. Agard, Tolland. 

The superior court is deemed to be open in each county for 
certain purposes at all times. Stated terms and sessions 
are provided for by law in the different counties as follows. 
Other sessions are arranged for by the Judges. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. — Term and session for civil busi- 
ness opens on the second Tuesday in October. Criminal 
terms on the first Tuesdays in March, June, and December, 
and on the second Tuesday in September. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY — Term and session for civil 
business opens at New Haven on the fourth Tuesday in Sep- 
tember; at Waterbury for civil business on the first Tuesday 
in May; and for civil and criminal business on the third 
Tuesdays of February, June, and October. Criminal terms 
at New Haven on the first Tuesdays in January, April, July, 
and October. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. — Term and session for civil 
business opens at New London on the third Tuesday in Sep- 
tember; session at Norwich on the first Tuesday in Novem- 
ber. Criminal terms at New London on the first Tuesday 
in September, and at Norwich on the first Tuesdays in Janu- 
ary and May. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY — Term and session for civil busi- 
ness opens at Danbury on the third Tuesday in September; 
session at Bridgeport on the first Tuesday in December. 
Criminal terms at Bridgeport on the third Tuesday in Feb- 
ruary, and the second Tuesday in September; at Danbury on 
the second Tuesday in May, and third Tuesday in October. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. — Terms and sessions, at Putnam 
on the first Tuesdays of March and September; at Windham 
on the first Tuesdays of May" and October. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. — Terms and sessions for civil 
and criminal business open at Litchfield on the first Tues- 
day in October, at Winchester on the first Tuesday in June, 
and at New Milford on the first Tuesday in April. 



136 JUDICIARY. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. — Term and session for civil 
and criminal business opens at Haddam on the fourth Tues- 
day in September; sessions at Middletown on the second 
Tuesday in November. Criminal terms at Middletown on 
the first Tuesdays in April and December. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. — Term and session for civil and 
criminal business opens at Tolland on the first Tuesday in 
September. Sessions for civil and criminal business at Tol- 
land the first Tuesday in December, the second Tuesday in 
April, and the first Tuesday in June. 



ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES FOR THE YEAR 1895-96. 



Hartford County. 

R. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, October 4, 1895, and as- 
signment of cases. 
October Term, 1895, 2d Tuesday in October. 
THAYER, J. Short Calendar, January 3, 1896, and assign- 
ment of cases. 
January Session, 1896, 1st Tuesday in January. 
ROBINSON, J. Short Calendar, April 3, 1896, and assign- 
ment of cases. 
April Session, 1896, 1st Tuesday in April. 
Criminal Terms. 
PRENTICE, J. 2d Tuesday in September, 1895. 
G. W. WHEELER, J. 1st Tuesday in December, 1895. 
HALL, J. 1st Tuesday in March, 1896. 
THAYER, J. 1st Tuesday in June, 1896. 

New Haven County. 

New Haven. 
HALL, J. Short Calendar, September 20, 1895, and assign- 
ment of cases. 
September Term, 1895, 4th Tuesday in September. 
SHUMWAY, J. Short Calendar, January 3, 1896, and as- 
signment of cases. 
January Session, 1896, 1st Tuesday in January. 
PRENTICE, J. Short Calendar, April 3, 1896, and assign- 
ment of cases. 
April Session, 1896, 1st Tuesday in April. 

Criminal Terms. 

ROBINSON, J. 1st Tuesday in July, 1895. 
PRENTICE, J. 1st Tuesday in October, 1895. 
R. WHEELER, J. 1st Tuesday in January, 1896. 
SHUMWAY, J. 1st Tuesday in April, 1896. 



JUDICIARY. 137 



Waterbury Civil Terra. 

THAYER, J. Short Calendar, May 1, 1896, and assignment 
of cases. 
May Term, 1896, 1st Tuesday in May. 

Waterbury Civil and Criminal Terms. 

G. \V. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, October 11, 1895, 
and assignment of cases. 
October Term, 1895, 3d Tuesday in October. 
ELMER, J. Short Calendar, February 14, 1896, and assign- 
ment of cases. 
Februarv Term, 1896, 3d Tuesday in February. 
R. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, June 12, 1896, and as- 
signment of cases. 
June Term, 1896, 3d Tuesday in June. 

New London County. 

THAYER, J. Short Calendar, September 13, 1895, New 
London, and assignment of cases. 
September Term, 1895, 3d Tuesday in September, New 
London. 
PRENTICE, J. Short Calendar, November 1, 1S95, Nor- 
wich, and assignment of cases. 
November Session, 1895, 1st Tuesday in November, 
Norwich. 
ROBINSON, J. Short Calendar, February 7, 1896, New 
London, and assignment of cases. 
February Session, 1896, 2d Tuesday in February, New 
London. 
<HUMWAY, J. Short Calendar, May 15, 1896, Norwich, 
and assignment of cases. 
May Session, 1896, 3d Tuesday in May, Norwich. 

Criminal Terms. 

HALL, J. 1st Tuesday in September, 1895, New London. 
ELMER, J. 1st Tuesday in January, 1896, Norwich. 
SHUMWAY, J. 1st Tuesday in May, 1896, Norwich. 

Fairfield County. 

G. W. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, September 13, 1895, 
Danbury, and assignment of cases. 
September Term, 1895, 3d Tuesday in September, Dan- 
bury. 
ELMER, J. Short Calendar, October 4, 1895, Bridgeport, 
and assignment of cases. 
October Session, 1895, 2d Tuesday in October, Bridge- 
port. 



188 JUDICIARY. 

G. W. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, January 3, 1896, 
Bridgeport, and assignment of cases. 
December Session, 1895, 1st Tuesday in January, 1896, 
Bridgeport. 
R. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, February 14, 1896, Dan- 
bury, and assignment of cases. 
February Session, 1896, 3d Tuesday in February, Dan- 
bury. 
HALL, J. Short Calendar, April 3, 1896, Bridgeport, and 
assignment of cases. 
April Session, 1896, 1st Tuesday in April, Bridgeport- 
Criminal Terms. 

R. WHEELER, J. 2d Tuesday in September, 1895, Bridge- 
port. 
THAYER, J. 3d Tuesday in October, 1895, Danbury. 
PRENTICE, J. 3d Tuesday in February, 1896, Bridgeport. 
ELMER, J. 2d Tuesday in May, 1896, Danbury. 



Windham County. 

ELMER, J. Short Calendar, August 30, 1895, Putnam, and 
assignment of cases. 
September Civil and Criminal Term, 1895, 1st Tuesday 
in September, Putnam. 
ROBINSON, J. Short Calendar, October 18, 1895, Wind- 
ham, and assignment of cases. 
October Session, 1895, 4th Tuesday in October, Wind- 
ham. 
PRENTICE, J. Short Calendar, February 28, 1896, Put- 
nam, and assignment of cases. 
March Session, 1896, 1st Tueday in March, Putnam. 
G. W. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, May 1, 1896, Wind- 
ham, and assignment of cases. 
May Session and Criminal Term, 1896, 1st Tuesday in 
May, Windham. 



Litchfield County. 

SHUMWAY, J. Short Calendar, September 27, 1895, Litch- 
. field, and assignment of cases. 

October Term, 1895, 1st Tuesday in October, Litchfield. 
G. W. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, April 3, 1896, New 
Milford, and assignment of cases. 
April Term, 1896, 1st Tuesday in April, New Milford. 
ELMER. J. Short Calendar, May 29, 1896, Winchester, and 
assignment of cases. 
June Term, 1896, 1st Tuesday in June, Winchester, 



JUDICIARY. 189 

Middlesex County. 

ROBINSON, J. Short Calendar, September 20, 1895, Mid- 
dletown, and assignment of cases. 
September Term, 1895, 4th Tuesday in September, Had- 
dam. 
THAYER, J. Short Calendar, November 8, 1896, Middle- 
town, and assignment of cases. 
November Session and Criminal Term, 1895, 2d Tuesday 
in November, Middletown. 
HALL, J. Short Calendar, January 24, 1898, Middletown, 
and assignment of cases. 
January Session, 1896, 4th Tuesday in January, Middle- 
town. 
R. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, April 10. 1896, Middle- 
town, and assignment of cases. 
April Session, 1896, 2d Tuesday in April, Haddam. 

Criminal Terms. 

SHUMWAY, J. 1st Tuesday in December, 1895, Middle- 
town. 
THAYER, J. 1st Tuesday in April, 1896, Middletown. 

Tolland County. 

SHUMWAY, J. Short Calendar, August 30, 1895, Tolland, 
and assignment of cases. 
September Term, 1895, 1st Tuesday in September, Tol- 
land. 
ROBINSON, J. Short Calendar, November 29, 1895, Tol- 
land, and assignment of cases. 
December Session. 1895, 1st Tuesday in December, Tol- 
land. 
ELMER, J. Short Calendar, April 10, 1896, Tolland, and 
assignment of cases. 
April Session, 1896, 2d Tuesdav in April, Tolland. 
G. W. WHEELER, J. Short Calendar, May 29, 1896, Tol- 
land, and assignment of cases. 
June Session, 1896, 1st Tuesday in June, Tolland. 

STATE REFEREES. 

John D. Park, Norwich, D wight Loomis, Hartford; 
E lis ha Carpenter, Hartford. 

Courts of Common Pleas. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. — Judge, David S. Calhoun, Hart- 
ford, July 1, 1897; Associate Judge, John Walsh, New Bri- 
tain, April 1, 1897; Clerk, Charles E. Fellowes. Terms open 
on the first Mondays in September, November, January, 
March, and May. 



140 JUDICIARY. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. — Judges, John P. Studley, New 
Haven, April 1, 1897; Hobart L. Hotcbkiss, New Haven, 
April 1, 1897. Civil Side. — Clerk, Frederick L. Averill, New 
Haven; Assistant Clerk, Philip Pond, 2d, New Haven. 
Terms open third Monday in September, and the first Mon- 
days in November, January, March, and May. Criminal 
Side.— Clerk, Edward A. Anketell, New Haven; Assistant 
Clerk, John S. Fowler, New Haven; Prosecuting Attorney, 
George M. Gunn, Milford. Terms open on first Monday in 
each month. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. — Judge, Walter C. Noyes, 
Old Lyme (P. O., New London), February 1, 1899. Clerk, 
John C. Averill, Norwich; Assistant Clerk, W. B. Coit, New 
London. Terms open at Norwich on the first Tuesdays in 
February and October; at New London on the first Tuesdays 
in April and August. Criminal Court. — Clerk, John C. 
Averill, Norwich; Stenographer, Paul C. F. Hoffman, Nor- 
wich. Sessions at Norwich on the second Tuesdays in Feb- 
ruary, March, August, and September; and New London on 
the second Tuesdays in April, May, June, October, Novem- 
ber, December, and January. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. — Judge, Howard J. Curtis, Strat- 
ford, April 1, 1897; Clerk, William T. Haviland, Bridgeport; 
Assistant Clerk, John R. Booth, Danbury. Terms open at 
Bridgeport on the first Tuesdavs in January, March, May, 
September, October, and November; in Danbury on the first 
Tuesdays in February, April, June, and December. Crimi- 
nal Court. — Judge, R. Jay Walsh, Greenwich, July 1, 1897; 
Clerk, William R. Shelton, Bridgeport; Prosecuting Attor- 
ney, William B. Glover, Fairfield. Terms at Bridgeport the 
first Tuesdavs in each month except July and August. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. — Judge, Arthur D. Warner, 
Woodbury, April 5, 1897; Clerk, Walter S. Judd, Litchfield. 
Terms open at Winchester on the first Tuesdays in January 
and September; at Canaan on the first Tuesdays in February 
and October; at New Milford on the first Tuesdays in March 
and December; at Litchfield on the first Tuesdays in May 
and November. 

District Court. 

DISTRICT COURT OF WATERBURY. — Judge, Albert 
P. Bradstreet, Thomaston, February 1, 1897; Deputy Judge, 
Charles G. Root, Waterbury, February 1, 1897; Prosecuting 
Attorney, John P. Kellogg; Clerk, Linford F. Root, Water- 
bury. Civil Terms open oq the first Tuesdays in January 
and September. Suits returnable first Tuesday of any 
month except July and August. Criminal Side. — Terms 
open on the first Tuesdays in March, June, September, and 
December. 



JUDICIARY. 141 

City, Borough, and Town Courts. 

City Court of Ansonia. — Judge, Verrenice Munger; De- 
puty Judge, Charles B. Wooster; Prosecuting Attorney, 
Charles C. Ford; Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Edward 
Van Riper; Clerk, Theodore D. Manville. 

[Terra of Judge ends first Monday, July, 1897, Deputy Judge, July 1, 1897.] 

City Court of Bridgeport. — Judge, George P. Carroll; 
Deputy Judge, William H. Comley; Prosecuting Attorney, 
V. R. C. Giddings; Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Frederic 
A. Bartlett; Clerk, E. P. Nobbs. 

[Term of Judge ends Feb. 1, 1897, Deputy Judge March 1, 1897.] 

City Court of Danbury. — Judge, Howard B. Scott; As- 
sociate Judge, Eugene C. Dempsey; Prosecuting Attorney, 
John R. Booth; Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Samuel A. 
Davis; Clerk, H. Frank Harris. 

[Term of Judges ends March 1, 1897.] 

City Court of Derby. — Judge, ; Deputy 

Judge, George B. Clark; Prosecuting Attorney, Robert L. 
Gilbert; Clerk, Andrew J. Ewen. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in July, 1897.] 

City Court of Hartford. — Judge, Thomas McManus;* 
Clerk, James J. Quinn; Marshal, Joseph Dawson; Messen- 
ger, James T. Farrell. 

[Term of Judge ends May 1, 1897.] 

Police Court of Hartford. — Judge, Albert C. Bill; Asso- 
ciate Judge, Arthur Perkins; Prosecuting Attorney, Fred- 
erick G. Eberle; Special Prosecuting Attorney, Harrison B. 
Freeman, Jr.; Clerk, J. Lincoln Fenn. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in April, 1897.] 

City and Police Courts of Meriden. — Judge, James P. 
Piatt; Deputy Judge, Willis I. Fenn; City Attorney, Frank 
S. Fay; Clerk, Leveret C. Hinman; Assistant Clerk, George 
L. King. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in July, 1897.] 

City Court of Middletown. — Judge, Wesley U. Pearne; 
Associate Judge, Daniel J. Donahoe; Prosecuting Attoney, 
M. Eugene Culver; Clerk, Arthur B. Calef, Jr. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in April, 1897.] 

City Court of New Britain. — Judge, George W. Andrew; 
Assistant Judge, John Coats; Prosecuting Attorney, Henry 
C. Gussman; Clerk, George W. Klett. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in July, 1897.] 



* Appointed by the Common Council of the city of Hartford. 



142 JUDICIARY. 

City Court of New Haven. — Judge, Julius C. Cable; As- 
sistant Judge, Edwin C. Dow; City Attorney, Charles B. 
Matthewinan; Assistant City Attorney, Warren H. Bristol; 
Clerk, William G. Pratt; Assistant Clerk, Richard H. Tyner. 

[Term of Judges ends April 1, 1897.] 

*City and Police Courts of New London. — Judge, Charles 
W. Butler; Assistant Judge, George Curtis Morgan; Prosecu- 
tions in police court by Prosecuting Attorney, Wm. B. Coit; 
Clerk, John McGinley. 

[Term of Judges ends July 1, 1897.] 

City Court of Norwich. — Judge, Lucius Brown; Deputy 
Judge, William H. Jennings, Jr. ; Prosecuting Attorney, Wal- 
lace S. Allis; Clerk, George E. Parsons. 

[Term of Judges ends July 1, 1897.] 

City Court of Putnam.— Judge, Edgar M. Warner; Deputy 
Judge, Charles H. Chesebro. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in January, 1898.] 

City Court of Rockville. — Judge, Benezet H. Bill; Deputy 
Judge, George Talcott; Prosecuting Attorney, Charles 
Phelps; Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Lyman T. Tingier; 
Clerk, Charles W. Hensig. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in March, 1897.] 

City Court of Stamford. — Judge, Nichols C. Downs; 
Deputy Judge, Samuel Young; Prosecuting Attorney, Galen 
A. Carter, Jr.; Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Benjamin 
Lockwood; Clerk, Louis J. Curtis. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in April, 1897.] 

City Court of Waterbury. — Judge, George H. Co well; 
Prosecuting Attorney, Daniel F. Webster; Clerk, Nathaniel 
R. Bronson. 

[Term of Judge ends May 1, 1897.] 

Police Court of Willimantic. — Judge, Andrew J. Bo wen; 
Deputy Judge, Curtis Dean; Clerk, Andrew J. Bowen; 
Prosecuting Attorney, Thomas J. Kellogg; Assistant Prose- 
cuting Attorney, Samuel B. Harvey. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in May, 1897.] 

Borough Court of Greenwich. — Judge, Charles Cameron; 
Deputy Judge, Jeremiah Tierney; Prosecuting Attorney, 
James F. Walsh; Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, James R. 
Mead; Clerk, Charles D, Burnes. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in June, 1897.] 



* The City Court has civil jurisdiction when the matter in demand is not more 
than $500. 



JUDICIARY. 143 

Borough Court of Naugatuck.— Judge, Charles F. Hunger- 
ford; Deputy Judge, George D. Bissell; Clerk, William 
Kennedy; Prosecuting Attorney, John M. Sweeney. 
[Term of Judges ends April 1, 1897.] 

Borough Court of Stafford Springs. — Judge, Joseph W. 
Chandler; Deputy Judge, George C. Parkess. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in March, 1897.] 

Borough Court of Torrington. — Judge, Gideon H. Welch ; 
Prosecuting Attorney, W. A. Roraback. 

[Term of Judge ends first Monday in July, 1897.] 

Borough Court of Wallingf ord. — Judge, Leverett M. Hub- 
bard; Deputy Judge, Alexander D. McLean; Prosecuting At- 
torney, Francis C. Bartholomew. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in April, 1897.] 

Town Court of Bristol. — Judge, Roger S. Newell; Deputy 
Judge, Burdette A. Peck; Prosecuting Attorney, Epapkro- 
ditus Peck; Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, John Winslow. 

[Term of Judge ends first Monday in April, 1897.] 

Town Court of Huntington. — Judge, Joseph. Tomlinson; 
Deputy Judge, Gideon M. Wakelee; Clerk, the Judge; Prose- 
cuting Attorney, Ernest L. Staples. 

[Term of Judges ends Junel, 1897.] 

Town Court of Manchester. — Judge, Herbert O. Bowers; 

Deputy Judge, ; Clerk, Herbert O. Bowers; 

Prosecuting Attorney, Charles R. Hatheway; Assistant 
Prosecuting Attorney, John M. Shewrey. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in July, 1897.] 

Town Court of Norwalk. — Judge, Russell Frost; Asso- 
ciate Judge, James T. Hubbell; Clerk, H. Edgar Ferris; 
Prosecuting Attorneys, Joseph R. Taylor, H. Whitmore 
Gregory. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in May, 1897.] 

Town Court of Orange — Judge, Samuel J. Bryant; Deputy 
Judge, Egbert E. Pardee; Clerk, Charles K. Bush; Prosecut- 
ing Attorney, John Wilkinson. 

[Term of Judges ends third day of April, 1897.] 

Town Court of Stonington. — Judge, Lorenzo D. Fair- 
brother; Deputy Judge, William Henry Lamphere; Prose- 
cuting Attorney, Frank A. Hinkley; Assistant Prosecuting 
Attorney, Jeremiah J. Purtill; Clerk, James H. Weeks, Jr. 

[Term of Judges ends first Monday in May, 1897.] 



144 JUDICIARY. 



PEOBATE COURTS. 

Judges of probate are elected biennially on the Tuesday after the first Mon- 
day in November in years having an even number, and for the term of two years 
from the Wednesday after the first Monday of January next succeeding their 
election. 

The following embraces the names of the districts, with the towns in- 
cluded therein, and the Judges elected in November, 1894. 

Hartford County. 

Hartford (Hartford, Bloomfield, Glastonbury, Newing- 
ton, Rocky Hill, West Hartford, Wethersfield, Windsor 
Locks) — Harrison B. Freeman. 

Avon — Joseph S. Woodford. 

Berlin (Berlin, New Britain) — John Coats. 

Bristol — Elbert E. Thorpe. 

Burlington — John A. Reeve. 

Canton — Jasper H. Bidwell. 

East Granby — Charles A. Tudor. 

East Hartford — John A. Stoughton. 

East Windsor (East Windsor, So. Windsor) — Ralph M. 
Grant. 

Enfield — Robert E. Spencer. 

Farrnington (Farmington, Plainville) — Frank S. Neal. 

Granby — Edward W. Dewey. 

Hartland — Clarence E. Ward. 

Manchester — Olin R. Wood. 

Marlborough — Theron B. Buell. 

Simsbury — Aaron S. Chapman. 

Southington — Marcus H. Holcomb. 

Suffield — Martin H. Smith. 

Windsor — D. Elsworth Phelps. 

New Haven County. 

NEW HAVEN (New Haven, East Haven, Hamden, North 
Haven, Orange, Seymour, Woodbridge) — Livingston W. 
Cleaveland. 

Bethany — Edwin N. Clark. 

Branf ord — Walter Foote. 

Cheshire (Cheshire, Prospect) — Alonzo E. Smith. 

Derby (Derby, Ansonia) — Daniel E. McMahon. 

Guilford (Guilford, and a part of North Branford) — 
Charles H. Post. 

Madison — Samuel H. Chittenden. 

Meriden — John Q. Thayer. 

Milford — Henry C. Piatt. 

Naugatuck (Naugatuck, Beacon Falls) — Thomas H. Ben- 
ton. 

Oxford — Walter H. Perry. 

Wallingford (Wallingford and part of North Branford) — 
John A. Martin. 



JUDICIARY. 145 

Waterbury (Waterbury, Middlebury, Wolcott) — Robert 
A. Lowe. 

The town of Soutlibury is in the district of Woodbury, 
Litchfield County. 

New London County. 

New London (Xew London, Waterford) — Alfred Coit. 
Norwich (Norwich. Franklin, Griswold, Lisbon, Preston. 
Sprague, Voluntown) — Charles W. Carter. 
Bozrah — Charles A. Gager. 
Colchester — Harley P. Buell. 
East Lyme — Austin I. Bush. 
Groton — Lemuel Clift. 
Lebanon — Isaac Gillett. 
Ledyard — Russell Gallup. 
Lyme — J. Raymond Warren. 
Montville — Charles W. Comstock. 
North Stonington — William H. Hillard. 
Old Lyme — John Swaney. 
Salem — Austin O. Gallup. 
Stonington — Elias B. Hinckley. 

Fairfield County. 

Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Easton, Monroe, Trumbull) — 
Albert M. Tallmadge. 

Danbury (Danbury, New Fairfield) — L. Le Grand Hop^ 
kins. 

Bethel — Howard H. Woodman. 

Brookfield — Benjamin Griffen. 

Fairfield — William B. Glover. 

Greenwich — George D. Archer. 

Huntington — Joseph Tomlinson. 

Newtown — Michael J. Bradley. 

Norwalk (Norwalk, New Canaan, Wilton) — Asa B. Wood- 
ward. 

Redding — Edward P. Shaw. 

Ridgefield — William O. Seymour. 

Sherman — -Tohn N. Woodruff. 

Stamford (Stamford, Darien) — H. Stanley Finch. 

Stratford — Robert H. Russell. 

Westport (Westport, Weston) — Silas B. Sherwood. 

Windham County. 

Windham (Windham, Scotland) — Huber Clark. 
Ashf ord — Davis A. Baker. 
Brooklyn — Nathaniel G. Williams. 
Canterbury — Marvin H. Sanger. 
Chaplin — Edgar S. Lincoln. 
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146 JUDICIARY. 

Eastf ord — James M. Keith. 
Hampton — William H. Burnham. 
Killingly — Arthur G. Bill. 
Plainfield — Waldo Tillinghast. 
Pomf ret — Louis S. Hayward. 
Putnam — John A. Carpenter. 
Sterling — Enoch A. Douglass. 
Thompson — George Flint. 
Woodstock — Lynde A. Catlin. 

Lsitclsfield County. 

Litchfield (Litchfield, Goshen, Morris, Warren) — Geo. M. 
Woodruff. 

Barkhamsted — Orville H. Ripley. 

Canaan (Canaan, North Canaan) — David C. Whittlesey. 

Cornwall — George C. Harrison. 

Harwinton — Martin L. Goodwin. 

Kent — Jerome F. Gibbs. 

New Hartford — Frank B. Munn. 

New Milf ord (New Milf ord, Bridge water) — James H. 
McMahon. 

Norfolk — Joseph B. Eldridge. 

Plymouth — Jason C. Fenn. 

Roxbury — Lyman P. Eastman. 

Salisbury — Donald T. Warner. 

Sharon — William W. Knight. 

Thomaston — Frank W. Etheridge. 

Torrington — Gideon H. Welch. 

Washington — Guy C. Ford. 

Watertown — Howard M. Hickox. 

Winchester (Winchester, Colebrook) — George M. Carring- 
ton. 

Woodbury (Woodbury, Bethlehem, Southbury*) — Floyd 
F. Hitchcock. 

Middlesex County. 

Middletown (Middletown, Cromwell, Durham, Middle- 
field) — Charles M. Robinson. 
Chatham (Chatham, Portland) — John M. Murdock. 
Clinton — Mark Smith. 
East Haddam — Albert E. Purple. 
Essex — James L. Phelps. 
Haddam — Ephraim P. Arnold. 
Killingworth — David K. Stevens. 
Old Saybrook — John N. Clark. 

Saybrook (Saybrook, Chester) — Joseph B. Banning. 
Westbrook — George C. Moore. 



* In New Haven County. 



Judiciary. 14? 

Tolland County. 

Tolland (Tolland, Willtngton) — William D. Holman. 
Andover (Andover, Bolton, Columbia) — Edward P. Ly- 
man. 
Coventry — Nathan C. Fuller. 
Ellington (Ellington, Vernon) — Lester D. Phelps. 
Hebron — Marshall Porter. 
Mansfield — Ralph W. Storrs. 
Somers — Charles S. Fuller. 
Stafford (Stafford, Union) — Marcus B. Fisk. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



The number of Justices of the Peace in each town may be equal to one-half 
the number of jurors to which such town is by law entitled. They are elected 
biennially in each town at the electors' 1 meeting held for the election of State 
officers (Acts of 1889, Cap. XV) and hold office from and after the first Monday 
of the succeeding March and until the first Monday of the third March succeed- 
ing their election (Acts of 1893, Cap. CLXXVI). If any person elected fails to 
take the oath required by law within thirty days next after his term of office 
commences, his office is deemed to be vacant, and may be filled at a special elec- 
tion. The official character of Justices of the Peace may be certified to by the 
Secretary of the State, by the clerks of the Superior Court for each county, and 
by town clerks in their respective towns. 

For the law relating to the jurisdiction, powers, etc., of Justices of the Peace, 
see General Statutes, Chapter LVII, page 163. 

The following is a list of the qualified Justices returned to the Secretary's 
office by the clerks of the Superior Court in each county. 

Hartford County. 

HARTFORD. — Sherman W. Adams, Allen C. Alderman, 
Joseph L. Barbour, Sylvester Barbour, Albert C. Bill, Austin 
Brainard, John H. Broeklesby, Andrew J. Broughal, Jr., J. 
Gilbert Calhoun, Uriah Case, Charles H. Clark, Sidney E. 
Clark, John W, Coogan, Frederick Eberle. Frederick G. 
Eberle, Arthur F. Eggleston, Charles E. Fellowes, William 

F. Henney, John E. Higgins, E. Henry Hyde, William W T aldo 
Hyde, Cooke Lounsbury, Theodore Lyman, Daniel A. Mark- 
ham, Loren P. Waldo Marvin, William J. McConville. 
Thomas McManus, Henry D, Mildeberger, Leonard Morse. 
Hugh O'Flaherty, John C. Parsons, Arthur Perkins, Charles 
E. Perkins, James J. Quinn, Lucius F. Robinson, Charles 
A. Safford, Arthur L. Shipman, George Elliot Sill, George 

G. Sill, Lewis E. Stanton, Timothy E. Steele, Wm. W. Still- 
man, Henry E. Taintor, Joseph P. Tuttle, Thomas C. 
Waterous, Frank B. Williams. 

AVON. — Samuel D. Alford, Philemon R. Day. James E. 
Lusk, Harvey Woodford. 

BERLIN. — Elmer E. Austin, Henry J. Gilbert, Levi W. 
Hutchinson, Edgar G. Morgan, Langdon J. Peck, John C. 
Rowley, Daniel L. Taylor. 

BLOOMFIELD. — Calvin M. Brooks, John W. Spencer. 
George F. Woodford. 

BRISTOL. — Seth Barnes, Thomas II. Brown, Bernard 
H. Fallon, S. Waldo Forbes, Fayette Hills, John J. Jennings, 
Charles F. Michael, Emerson R. Newell, Roger S. Newell, 
Burdette A. Peck, Epaphroditus Peck, Noble E. Pierce, 
Augustus H. Warner, John Winslow. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 149 

BURLINGTON. — Norris W. Bunnell, Lester L. Lowrey, 
Charles C. McAleer. 

CANTON. — John D. Andrews, Hiram Bliss, Ansel Case, 
Frank W. Fellows, Burton O. Higley, Rollin O. Humphrey, 
Wells A. Lawton, M. Stanley Neal, George L. Terry. 

EAST GRANBY. — Wilbur E. North way, Clinton Phelps. 

EAST HARTFORD. — George W. Bancroft, Percy S. Bry- 
ant, Edward P. Caroll, Edward O. Goodwin, Henry T. Hart, 
John A. Stoughton, William E. Truesdell, George K. Wilcox. 

EAST WINDSOR. — Jabez S. Allen, Jr., Frederick J. 
Barnes, Frederick E. Bissell, William J. Cantello, James 
Price, Hiram E. Rowley, Joseph R. Sperry, Howard W. Tal- 
lard. 

ENFIELD. — Charles H. Barton, Samuel A. Booth, Abra- 
ham Cope, Frederick O. Dutton, George B. Fowler, J. 
Warren Johnson, William H. Leete, Albert T. Lord, James 
McLaren, Michael A. Mitchell, Charles F. Morrison, Frank 
W. Parsons, Frank J. Sheldon, Frederick F. Smith. 

FARMINGTON. — Henry W. Barbour, Henry D. Brown, 
George Dunham, William B. Edwards, Erastus Gay, Charles 
R. Hawley, George F. Hurlburt, Nelson O. Keyes, Martin L, 
Parsons, Charles W. Ruic, George H. Root, James Souther- 
gill, George* E. Taf t. 

GLASTONBURY. — Alonzo A. Babcock, Albert A. Bogue, 
Hector Chapman, Alpheus D. Clark, Frederick R. Curtis, 
Frank D. Glazier, George R. Hale, Thomas J. Outtrim, John 
W. Purtill, John H. Stevens, Thomas H. L. Tallcott, George 
A. Treat, Samuel F. Wright. 

GRANBY. — Oscar D. Case. William C. Case. Edward W. 
Dewey, William Humphrey, Frederick J. Jewett, Theodore 
M. Maltbie, Lucian Reed, Lewis C. Spring. 

HARTLAND. — Edward A. Collins, Dwight W. Merrell, 
Flavel C. Newton. 

MANCHESTER. — Sanford M. Benton, Herbert O. Bow- 
ers, Charles S. Cheney. William B. Covil, John E. Dunn, 
William H. Ellsworth, Charles R. Hatheway, Olin R. Wood. 

MARLBOROUGH. — Willis W. Hall, George Lyman. 

NEW BRITAIN. — George W. Andrew, Charles S. An- 
drews, John P. Bartlett, Lyman S. Burr, John Coats, James 
Cochrane, William L. Damon, William F. Delaney, Patrick 
J. Flannery, Herbert G. Fowler, Bernard F. Gaffney, Henry 
C. Gussman, Thomas S. Hall, John D. Humphrey, Frank L. 
Hungerford, John H. Kirkham, Philip J. Markley. Albert 
Morton, Henry O. Nash, Arthur W. Rice, James W. Ring- 
rose, James Roche, Richard Schrey, Charles H. Smith, John 
Walsh, Rollin C. Wooster. 

NEW1NGTON. — George E. Chidley, John S. Kirkham, 
Gutavus D. Mills, Elias M. Steele, Roger Welles. 

PLAINVILLE.— Lucas H. Carter, J. Sanford Corbam 
Frank S. Neal, 



150 JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ROOKY HILL. — William F. Griswold, William G. Rob- 
bins. 

SIMSBURY.— Alonzo G. Case, Andrew J. Phelps, Charles 
A. Pierce, Jr., John C. Roberts. 

SOUTHINGTON.— Ephraim H. Andrews, John J. Barnes, 
Marcus H. Holcomb, Thomas F. Welch, Winthrop W. Wol- 
cott. 

SOUTH WINDSOR. — Ralph M. Grant, Leslie W. New- 
berry, Lewis Sperry. 

SUFFIELD. — Alfred F. Austin, Leverett N. Austin, 
Webster E. Burbank, Edwin J. Copley, Horace K. Ford, 
Randall Salisbury. 

WEST HARTFORD.— Charles W. Perry, Frank H. Stadt- 
mueller, Adolph C. Sternberg-, Frank H. Strong. 

WETHERSFIELD. — William W. Adams, Albert H. 
Galpin, Frederick A. Griswold, Edward D. Robbins. 

WINDSOR. — George H. Albee, Eli S. Hough, Alonzo C. 
Huntington, Henry A. Huntington, James J. Merwin. 

WINDSOR LOCKS. — Frank G. Burt, James T. Coogan, 
2d, Simon B. Douglass, George W. Gates, John P. Healy. 



New Haven County. 

NEW HAVEN. — Harry W. Asher, Frederick L. Averill, 
George E. Beers, James Bishop, James K. Blake, Charles 
Brandt, James P. Bree, Warren H. Bristol, Timothy F. Calla- 
han, James Caporale, Jonathan W. Chapin, Livingston W. 
Cleaveland, George R. Cooley, James D. Dewell, Jr., John A. 
Doolitle, Edwin C. Dow, Harry R. Durant, William H. Ely, 
Charles H. Fowler, John S. Fowler, John C. Gallagher, 
Philip Goodhart, Arthur C. Graves, William L. Green. 
George E. Hall, Charles H. Hayden, Louis E. Jacobs, Patrick 
F. Kiernan, Charles Kleiner, Albert McC. Mathewson. David 
T. McNamara, Daniel A. McWilliams, James E. O'Connor, 
William S. Pardee, Joseph D. Plunkett, Philip Pond, 2d, 
Mathew A. Reynolds, Paul Russo, Bernard J. Shanley, 
Henry M. Shannon, Siegwart Spier, Anthony Spinello, David 
Strouse, Jason P. Thompson, J. Birney Tuttle, George A. Ty- 
ler, Richard H. Tyner, Jacob B. Ullman, James E. Wheeler, 
Isaac Wolfe, William A. Wright, John F. Wynne. 

WATERBURY. — John Blair, Frank P. Brett, Nathaniel 
R. Bronson, Samuel W. Chapman, Edward F. Cole, George 
H. Cowell, Charles W. Gillette, Charles J. Griggs, John F. 
Holohan, John P. Kellogg, Greene Kendrick, Thomas F. 
Lawler, Robert A. Lowe, William R. Mattison, John O'Neill, 
Ellis Phelan, Wilson H. Pierce, Charles G. Root, Linford F. 
Root, James E. Russell, Edward L. Seery, Daniel F. Web- 
ster. 

ANSONIA. — Charles C. Ford, Verrenice Munger, John B, 
Quillinan, Reuben H. Tucker, 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 151 

BEACON FALLS. — Alfred C. Baldwin, Samuel S. Dear- 
born, Emerson J. Terrell. 

BETHANY. — Edwin N. Clark, Thomas Horsfall, Samuel 
R. Woodward. 

BRANFORD. — Marcus O. Babcock, John H. Johnson, 
Albert J. Kenyon. 

CHESHIRE. — Henry Beadle, Theodore A. Cook, Horace 
H. Fields, Charles T. Hotchkiss, George F. Pardee, Jr., Wil- 
liam H. Smith. 

DERBY. — William Sidney Downes, Andrew J. Ewen, 
Henry A. Nettleton, John O'Hara, Frank E. Patchen, John 
C. Reilly, Christopher C. Smith, W T m. H. Williams. 

EAST HAVEN. — S. W. F. Andrews, Charles W. Bradley, 
Jesse T. Doolittle, William H. Robinson, Dwigkt W. Tuttle, 
Grove J. Tuttle, Horace Woods. 

GUILFORD. — Edwin W. Bartlett, Edson S. Bishop, 
Elisaph H. Butler, Jerome Coan, John S. Dailey, Paul W. 
Harrison, Paschal K. Hoadley, Frederick E. Norton, Charles 
H. Post. 

HAMDEN. — George L. Andrews, Gilbert S. Benham, 
Willis M. Cook, John Kenney, George A. Morton, Jerome 
C. Munson, Hervey T. Potter, George C. Van Slyke, Hubert 
E. Warner. 

MADISON. — Samuel H. Chittenden, Frank C. Dowd, 
John H. Meigs, James L. Parker. 

MERIDEN. — LeGrand Bevins, Wilbur F. Davis, Frank 
S. Fay, George A. Fay, Willis I. Fenn, Richard Gleeson, 
Herman Hess, L. C. Hinman, George M. Howell, Selah A. 
Hull, Henry T. King, E. A. Merriman, Charles H. Sawyer, 
Methias Southeimer. 

MIDDLEBURY. — Artisan S. Clark, Henry L. Coe, Wil- 
liam P. Johnson, William P. Tyler. 

MILFORD. — Elias E. Bradley, George W. Bristol, James 
McCarthy, Henry C. Piatt, George A. Roberts, William B. 
Stoddard. 

NAUGATUCK.— George G. Birdsall, Miles S. Clark, Henry 
W. Hamilton, Michael H. Lawlus, William J. Neary, Burton 

A. Peck, John Stapleton. 

NORTH BRANFORD. — George W. Talmadge. 

NORTH HAVEN. — Andrew F. Austin, George L. Barnes, 
Jesse B. Goodsell, Edward L. Lindsley, Hubert F. Potter, 
L. Peet Tuttle. 

ORANGE.— Samuel J. Bryant, Edward L. Clark, Jr., 
Egbert E. Pardee, William C. Russell, Charles T. Sherman, 
Charles F. Smith, Donaldson S. Thompson, Stiles J. Treat. 

OXFORD. — Edgar B. Harger, John B. Pope, James 
Roberts, Rodney G. Robinson, Cornelius C. Ryder, Elijah 

B. Treat, Henry B. Treat. 

PROSPECT. — David B. Hotchkiss, W T illiam E. Kimball, 
George F. Tyler. 



152 JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

SEYMOUR. — Clifford J. Atwater, Andrew Y. Beach, 
Edward C. Brown, William S. Cooper, John Gallagher, Car- 
los H. Storrs. 

SOUTHBURY. — William C. Beeeher, Burton C. Bradley, 
Charles S. Brown, Henry M. Canfield, John H. Cassidy, Bird- 
sey Gilbert, George W. Mitchell, Jarvis Summers, Christo- 
pher P. Tappan. 

WALLINGFORD. — Henry W. Andrews, Frank M. Bar- 
tholomew, Zerah P. Beach. Michael Downes, William C. 
Loomis, John J. Myers, James C. Roach, Charles E. Smith, 
Street Williams. 

WOLCOTT. — J. Henry Garrigus, John R. S. Todd, Eve- 
lyn M. Upson. 

WOODBRIDGE. — Marcus E. Baldwin, Arthur R. Miller, 
Newton J. Peck, Phineas E. Peck. 



New London County. 

NEW LONDON. — William Belcher, Julian J. Bishop, 
Augustus Brandegee, Frank B. Brandegee, William J. Brem 
nan, Charles W. Butler, Alfred Coit, Robert Coit, Wm. B. 
Coit, Richard L. Crump, Thomas F. Dorsey, George W. 
Foote, Richard P. Freeman, Jr., John C. Geary, Reuben 
Lord, Jr., Owen W. Mahan, G. Curtis Morgan, Samuel Park, 
Samuel Prince, Frederick F. Schwarz, Clayton B. Smith, 
William M. Stark, George B. Stillman, Abel P. Tanner, 
Isaac W. Thompson, Robert K. Waller, Tracy Waller, 
Charles B. Whittlesey. 

NORWICH. — Wallace S. Alis, John C. Averill, John H. 
Barnes, W T illis A. Briscoe, Frank T. Brown, Franklin H. 
Brown, Lucius Brown, Amos A. Browning, Edward T. 
Burke, John J. Corkery, S. Ashbel Crandall, Jeremiah J. 
Desmond, John Eccles, Joseph T. Fanning, Samuel H. Free- 
man, Currie Gilrnore, Albert C. Greene, Gardiner Greene. 
Jr., Charles N. Hulburt, William H. Jennings, Jr., Edwin C. 
Johnson, John H. Keep, Amable L'Heureux, George E. 
Parsons, John R. Parkhurst, Donald G. Perkins, William H. 
Shields, Charles F. Thayer, Seneca H. Thresher, Seneca S. 
Thresher. 

BOZRAH. — Charles A. Johnson, On in M. Price. 

COLCHESTER. — Joseph N. Adams, William P. Adams. 
E. E. Brown, Erastus S. Day, Charles H. Dawley, Andrew 
Murphy, Festus Shailor. 

EAST LYME. — Calvin S. Davis, Daniel Fraser, Robert. 
B. Gorton. 

FRANKLIN. — Henry Bellows, James B. Bliven, Amos 
G. Crandall, George H. Griffing. 

GRISWOLD. — Arba Browning, James II. Finn, Joseph 
E. Leonard, Adolphus D. Rail, Joseph Roode, Maxcy Sey- 
mour. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 153 

GROTON. — John T. Batty, Frederick H. Brewer, Amos 
R. Chapman, Augustine S. Chester, George M. Guernsey, 
Henry P. Hewitt, William Palmer, Albert Stanton, James 
L. Weaver. 

LEBANON. — Reuben P. Burgess, Joseph C. Crandall, 
William E. Mixer, William H. Noyes, Henry A. Spafard, 
George Wilcox. 

LEDYARD. — Thomas Latham. 

LISBON. — Russell W. Fitch, Henry Lyon. 

LYME. — Henry C. Burnham. 

MONTVILLE. — John W. Bogue, Charles W. Comstock, 
Roderick M. Douglass, George O. Gadbois, Jedediah R. Gay, 
Erastus D. Lyon, Samuel W. Strickland, William B. Walden. 

NORTH STONINGTON. — James F. Brown, George A. 
Clark, George W. Edwards, Robert P. Palmer, Henry E. 
Randall. 

OLD LYME. — Samuel P. Munroe, Walter C. Noyes. 

PRESTON. — Charles W. Carter. James H. Fitch, Hugh 
King, William C. Mitchell, George V. Shedd, Frank W. 
Tracy. 

SALEM. — Charles F. Congdon, William B. Kingsley. 
Charles A. Williams. 

SPRAGUE. — Ebenezer Allen, Reuben A. Battey, William 
D. Nolan, Herbert C. Watson. 

STONINGTON. — Jerome S. Anderson, Charles H. Bab- 
cock, John E. Curtin, Albert Denison, Edward W. Doty, 
Simeon Gallup, Herbert Hoxie, John O'Conner, Jr., Moses 
A. Pendleton, Jeremiah J. Purtill, Albertus R. Stillman, 
Minthorn D. Tomkins, Archie C. Thompson, Everett E. Wat- 
rous. 

VOLUNTOWN. — Charles A. Brown, William H. Dawley. 
Sr., Lewis E. Greene, Ira C. Maine. John E. Tanner. 

WATERFORD. — William H. H. Chappell, Charles A. 
Gallup, Ezra J. Hempstead, Albert H. Lanphere, John W. 
Manwaring, G. Maynard Minor, Fred P. Morgan, Charles 
H. Peabody. 

Fairfield County. 

BRIDGEPORT. — Frederick A. Bartlett, Charles S. Can- 
field, William H. Coinley, Thomas M. Cullinan, William 
Eberling, Jr., Daniel M. Ford, V. R. C. Giddings, David 
Ginand, Louis K. Gould, William T. Hincks, Percy L. John- 
son, Charles Kaiser, Patrick Kane, Sigmund Kupfer, Sig- 
mund Loewith, Charles W. Mann, Patrick J. Martin, 
Michael C. McGuinness, Edward P. Nobbs. Henry E. Nord- 
beck, Matthew E. O'Brien, John J. O'Neill, James H. 
O'Rourke, Louis E. Richards, Jesse A. Stewart, Jeremiah 
D. Toomey. Jr., William E. Walkley. 

DANBURY. — Samuel A. Barnuni, Aaron T. Bates, John 
R. Booth, Lyman D. Brewster, Levi L. Brooks, John F. 



154 JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Cuff, Samuel A. Davis, David W. Fairchild, James W. Ham- 
ilton, Charles H. Hoyt, Howard S. Hoyt, William A. Leon- 
ard, Elijah Morris, Charles W. Murphy, Henry A. Purdy, 
Howard B. Scott, Howard W. Taylor. 

BETHEL. — E. Romaine Barnum, Henry A. Gilbert, 
Silas H. Hickok, Frederick Judd, Henry C. Judd, John R. 
Mansfield. 

BROOKFIELD. — Joseph T. Beers, Henry L. Poote, El- 
mer H. Northrop, William B. Roe. 

DARIEN. — John W. Emmons, Robert S. Purdy, William 
Schildknecht, Arthur W. Weed, William H. Willmott, Jr. 

EASTON. — Coley M. Abbott, George J. Banks, Charles 
W. Blakeman, George S. Burr, Daniel Edwards, Selleck N. 
Osborn, James S. Tyler, William Wakeman. 

FAIRFIELD. —Elmore S. Banks, Moses E. Banks, Benja- 
min B. Brothwell, James Finn, Winthrop H. Perry, Francis 
L. Sherwood, Howard N. Wakeman. 

GREENWICH. — George W. Brush, Gilbert H. Ferris, 
George A. Heusted, Benjamin F. Hyatt, George A. Lock- 
wood, Luke A. Lockwood, Thomas C. Louden, Howard E. 
Marshall, Henry Pfeiffe, Henry C. Schuantz, Charles E. 
Stud well, Jeremiah Tierney. 

HUNTINGTON. — George H. Barlow, David T. Beecher, 
William G. Booth, Edward S. Hawley, Jay M. Hubbell, 
Joseph Tomlinson, John A. Wilkinson. 

MONROE. — Charles M. Beardsley, Edward G. Beardsley, 
Benjamin H. French, Louis Goulett, Edson Hays, L. Dwight 
Lane, Charles E. Osborne, John G. Stevens. 

NEW CANAAN. — Francis M. Bliss, Charles H. Crandall, 
Russell L. Hall, Theodore Hawley, George D. Nichols, 
George M. Olmstead, Robert C. Raymond, Joseph F. Silli- 
man. 

NEW FAIRFIELD. — Russell Hatch, Daniel A. Murphy, 
H. H. Wildman. 

NEWTOWN. — Charles M. Beresford, Charles E. Bradley, 
Michael J. Bradley, Michael J. Cavanaugh, Charles W. Day- 
ton, John L. Hughes, Patrick Keane, John H. Somers. 

NORWALK. — Edward Barrett, Charles W. Bell, Abia- 
thar Blanchard, Timothy J. Byrnes, Charles E. Curtis, Leo 
Davis, George D. Keeler, Frederick S. Lyon, Frederick 
Mead, Charles Olmstead, Reuben M. Rose, Alonzo W. Smith, 
Franklin A. Tolles, Bernard Tully, John J. Walsh, Frederick 
Walthansen. 

REDDING. — George W. Banks, James L. Blackman, 
James H. Griffin, John N. Nickerson, L. Woolsey Randle, 
Edward P. Shaw. 

RIDGEFIELD. — Frederick S. Bates, Gilbert B. Burr, 
John F. Gilbert, James L. Hunt, George A. Knox, Jeremiah 
Reagan, Bradley W. Sanford, William O. Seymour. 

SHERMAN. — Fred G. Barlow, Marquis D. Curtis, Isaac 
B. Hall, Francis H. Lake, James H. Stewart. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 155 

STAMFORD. — William E. Achorn, Wm. H. Cumminger, 
Edwin S. Gifford, John Hogan, Thomas W. Levere, Elbert 
J. Lockwood, Carles Miller, Terah Miller, Fred A. Taff, 
Israel P. Taft, John G. Wigg, Samuel Young. 

STRATFORD.— Herbert L. Bartram, J. Henry Blakeman, 
Edwin F. Hall, Stiles Judson, Jr., Charles H. Peck, Watson 
H. Smith, Daniel C. Wood. 

TRUMBULL. — Banford S. Beach, David J. Botsford, 
Ormel Hall, Warren E. Plumb, Joseph A. Treadwell. 

WESTON. — Ebenezer Fitch, Vanderbilt Godfrey, Daniel 
P. Morrell, Frederick W. Treadwell. 

WESTPORT. — Edward C. Birge, Daniel B. Bradley, Jr., 
George Fairchild, Jr., Joseph G. Hyatt, John H. Jennings, 
Edward M. Lees, Franklin M. Raymond, Silas B. Sherwood, 
George B. Smith. 

WILTON. — Nathan M. Belden, Thomas F. Gilbert. 

Windham County 

WINDHAM. — George H. Backus. Walter Bennett, An- 
drew J. Bowen, E. Frank Bugbee, Huber Clark, Curtis Dean, 
Edwin H. Hall, Samuel B. Harvey, John L. Hunter, Thomas 
J. Kelley, William A. King, D wight A. Lyman, George W. 
Meloney, Elliot B. Summer. 

PUTNAM.— Prescott Bartlett, Charles H. Chesebro, Rich- 
ard Gorman. Eric H. Johnson, Frank F. Russell, Samuel 
H. Seward, Thomas J. Thurber. 

ASHFORD. — John A. Brown, John S. Gray, Alfred 
Walker, George H. Whitaker. 

BROOKLYN. — Clarence E. Cundall, Julien Martin, Theo- 
dore D. Pond, George N. Potter, William R. Thurber. 

CANTERBURY. — Chauncey C. Frink, Louis D. Howe, 
Marvin H. Sanger. 

CHAPLIN. — Merrick Barton, Frank C. Loomis. 

EASTFORD. — Henry A. Braman, Ira B. Cushman, 
George A. Keach, Leander H. Snow, Simeon A. Wheaton. 

HAMPTON. — William H. Carver, Addison J. Greenslit, 
Elmer C. Jewett, Remus Robinson. 

KILLINGLY. — Arthur G. Bill, William H. Edwards, 
Albert W. Greenslit, Erwin A. Jordan, William P. Kelley, 
George Leavens, Charles J. Leclaire, John D. Lovett. Ezra J. 
Mathewson, Giles T. Miller, James H. Potter, George H. 
Wheaton. 

PLAINFIELD. — Welcome H. Browning, John J. Kelley, 
Perry S. Phillips, Henry C. Starkweather. 

POMFRET. — John D. Johnson, Theron M. Totman, 
Thomas W. Williams. 

SCOTLAND. — Caleb Anthony, John L. Bass, Daniel T. 
Murphy, Chauncey M. Smith. 

THOMPSON. — Ira D. Bates, Daniel D. Blackman, Ran- 
dolph H. Chandler, George N. Comins, Barton Jacobs, 
James N. Kingsbury, James F. Mcintosh, Frank S. Rich- 



156 JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

mond, Charles E. Searls, Oscar Tourtellotte, George H. Wil- 
bur, Alonzo O. Woodart. 

WOODSTOCK. — David Aldrich, Erastus Blackmar, Isaac 
P. Briggs, Henry T. Child, Francis L. Corbin, Orville E. 
Lombard, Nathan E. Morse, Albert A. Paine, John M. Paine, 
Vernon T. Wetherell, G. Clinton Williams. 

Litchfield County. 

LITCHFIELD. — George W. Bement, Charles B. Bishop, 
Charles D. Burrill, James P. Catlin, Cornelius R. Duffie, 
Jr., Darius P. Griswold, John T. Hubbard, T. Leander Jen- 
nings, Walter S. Jucld, Charles D. Kilbourn, George W. 
Mason, L. L. Munson, Elbert P. Roberts, Robert L. Roch- 
fort, George M. Woodruff, James P. Woodruff. 

WINCHESTER. — George F. Abel, Edgar M. Clossey, 
George F. Drake, Lyman N. Ford, Salmon A. Granger, 
Samuel A. Herman, Richard T. Higgins, Samuel B. Home, 
Charles K. Hunt, William F. Hurlbut, David E. Jordan, 
Cornelius McAuliffe, Ralph H. Moore, David R. Rankin, 
Frank W. Seymour, James P. Shelley, John F. Simmons, 
Wellington B. Smith. 

NEW MILFORD.— John F. Addis, Francis E. Baldwin. 
Charles E. Conkrite, Henry W. Evans, Oliver W. Hoyt, 
George H. Jackson, Alexander Levy, James H. McMahon, 
Frank W. Marsh. Henry E. Smith, Stanley L. Warner, 
Frederick M. Williams. 

BARKHAMSTED. — Monroe Hart, Charles Rowley, Eu- 
gene A. Rogers, George A. Weed, Wilfred D. Youngs. 

BETHLEHEM. — Frederick Stockman, George C. Stone. 

BRIDGEW^ATER. — Samuel F. Clark, Austin H. Gillett. 

CANAAN. — Nelson J. Deane, Walter J. Lord. 

COLEBROOK. — Pulaski Bowman, Samuel A. Cooper, 
Hiram D. Northrop, Thomas B. Spencer, Hiram A. Smith, 
George J. Whipple. 

CORNWALL. — Chauncey E. Baldwin, George H. Beers, 
William W. Bierce, William Chipman, Leonard J. Nickerson, 
Silas G. Patterson, Wilson P. Sturges, Whiting J. Wilcox. 

GOSHEN. — George W. Humphrey, Sherman Kimberly, 
Charles A. Palmer, Theodore B. Sage, Lucien N. Whiting. 

HARWINTON. — William M. Allen. Andrus W. Cook, 
James H. Elliott, Benjamin F. Page. John S. Pratt. 

MORRIS. —James M. Benton, Jesse R. Stoddard. 

NEW HARTFORD. — Trescott C. Barnes, William Case, 
Levi C. Chapin, Frederick A. Jewell, Henry R. Jones, 
Lafayette S. Mason, William McAlpine, John S. Meyers, 
Riley M. Olmsted. Thomas J. Quilter, Henry J. Tucker. 

NORFOLK. — Edmund Brown, Ralph I. Crissey. 

NORTH CANAAN. — Alonzo B. Garfield, Edward S. 
Roberts. J. Henry Roraback, David C. Whittlesey. 

PLYMOUTH. — Willis G. Barton. Wallace E. Dayton, 
E. Clayton Goodwin, Janeway A. Hill, Henry E. Himnau, 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 157 

Marshall W. Leach, Frederick A. Scott, Henry A. Smith, 
Edwin M. Talmadge, Byron Turtle, Charles A. Welton. 

ROXBURY. — Lyman P. Eastman, Cyrus E. Prindle. 

SALISBURY. — Edward Barton, Samuel W. Bradley, 
Wilson E. Hicks, Howard F. Landon, John G. Landon, Bart- 
lett Owen, William E. Pettee, Elias F. Sanford. Andrew J. 
Spurr. Peter Turner, Donald T. Warner, Hubert Williams. 

SHARON. — Willard Barker, Charles C. Dean, Joseph 
J. Ryan. 

THOMASTON. — James E. Bishop, Albert P. Bradstreet, 
James S. Eastwood, Frank W. Etheridge, Morris H. Guern- 
sey. 

TORRINGTON. — John M. Burr. James A. Carpenter, 
Louis Eitel, Frank W. Hubbard, Willard A. Roraback. 
William Spittle. Gideon H. Welch, Henry M. White. James 
G. Woodward. 

WARREN.— Benjamin E. Carter, Thomas Meagher, Noble 
B. Strong, Richard F. Thompson. 

WASHINGTON. — Charles N. Beach. Edwin J. Cables, 
Guy C. Ford. Samuel C. Kingman. Elnathan Mitchell. 

WATERTOWN. — Henry T. Dayton, William G. French, 
George F. Hungerford. 

WOODBURY.— Richard G. Benjamin, Asahel W. Mitchell, 
Eli M. Towne, Arthur D. Warner. 

Middlesex County 

MIDDLETOWN. — Thomas J. Atkins, Arthur W. Bacon, 
Conrad G. Bacon, Clarence E. Bacon, Eldon B. Birdsey, 
David R. Brownlow, Arthur B. Calef, Jr., Samuel P. Calef, 
D. William Camp, George A. Cowles, M. Eugene Culver, 
William .J. de Mauriac, Jeremiah J. Dempsey, Elmer G. 
Derby, Daniel J. Donahoe, John M. Douglas, Jr., Joseph T. 
Elliott, Frank D. Haines. Edwin King, Michael W. Lawton, 
Walter R. Markham, D. Ward Northrop, Wesley U. Pearne, 
Wm. P. Southmayd, S. Harris Warner. 

HADDAM. — Ephraim P. Arnold. George A. Dickerson, 
Willard Eddy. Oliver C. Neff, Charles T. Russell. Henry M. 
Selden, Rollin U. Tyler. 

CHATHAM. — Heinan S. Hurd. John W. Trvon. 

CHESTER. — J. Tillotson Clarke, Frederick W. Silliman, 
J. Tyler Smith. Washington F. Willcox. 

CLINTON. — Holcomb N. Jones, Elias W. Wellman. 

CROMWELL. — Walter Fawthrop, Charles B. Frisbie, 
Daniel Marsh, John T. Murphy, Caleb S. Pease, Charles T. 
Pratt. 

DURHAM. — J. Franklin Bailev, John Marshall. 

EAST HADDAM. —John S. Brainerd, Maltby Gelston, 
Silas R. Holmes, E. Emory Johnson, Albert E. Purple, Norris 
W. Rathbun. William M. Sisson, George Wakeman, Marion 
H. Watrous, Henry B. Welch. 



158 JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ESSEX. — Gilbert F. Buckingham, Thomas D. Coulter, 
Edgar W. Griswold, Isaac U. Horton. 

KILLINGWORTH. — David K. Stevens. 

MIDDLEFIELD. — Valerius H. Coles. 

OLD SA YBROOK. — John N. Clark, George L. Stevens, 
Richard H. Tucker. 

PORTLAND. — Carl A. Ahlquist, Stephen S. Hall, Robert 
S. Mitchell, John M. Murdock, James H. Pelton. 

SAYBROOK. — Felix A. Denison, Milon Pratt. 

WESTBROOK. — Carlos H. Chapman, Daniel W. Grosve- 



Toiland County. 

TOLLAND. — Edwin S. Agard, David A. Brown, John A. 
Brown, Henry H. Doyle, George P. Field, William D. Hol- 
man, George F. Kibbe, Andrew J . McCormick. 

ANDOVER. — Fred A. Sackett, Eliott P. Skinner, Wm. B. 
Sprague, Edward Thurber, Myron P. Yeomans. 

BOLTON. — David C. Finley, H. W. Hastings, O. C. John- 
son, Nathan C. Maine, Jabez L. White. 

COLUMBIA. — Chauncey E. Brown, Alanson H. Fox, 
W T alter M. Parker. 

COVENTRY. — John Brown, Alexander S. Hawkins, Wil- 
liam L. Higgins, Andrew Kingsbury, Charles A. Kingsbury, 
Alfred J. Turner. 

ELLINGTON. — Francis M. Charter, Rufus J. Leonard, 
Michael H. Mandell. 

HEBRON. — Willis Bartholomew, Edmund B. Bassett, 
H. Asa Bissell, William W. Jones, Horace F. Porter, William 
T. Warner. 

MANSFIELD. — Edmund W. Ellison, Albert H. Freeman, 
George W. More, Nathaniel P. Perkins, Arthur B. Peebles, 
Edwin G. Summer. 

SOMERS. — Arthur E. Brainard, Kibbe V. Chapin, Chas. 
S. Fuller, Francis L. Griswold, Calvin M. Havens, Alvah 
D. Noble, Silas H. Perry. 

STAFFORD. — C. P. Bradway, J. M. Chaffee, J. W. 
Chandler, H. W. Davis, C. H. King, J. M. Lamed, M. H. 
McCarthy, A. N. Nichols, J. H. Reed, Ralph Wiers. 

UNION. — Amos T. Allen, E. M. Horton, Levi M. Reed, 
Major G. Smith, Lyman E. Weeks, Wesley W. Winch. 

VERNON. —William W. Andross, Benezet H. Bill, Arthur 
T. Bissell, Frederick J. Cooley, Francis P. Devine, William 
Frank Fay, John E. Fisk, Frederick I. Hartenstein, E. 
Stevens Henry, William V. McNerney, William R. Mills, 
Henry F. Parker, Charles Phelps, Albert W. Post, George 
Talcott, Gideon D. Tillinghast, Lyman T. Tingier, John A. 
Toohey. 

WELLINGTON. — George A. Cosgrove, A. M. DeWolf, 
Willard F. Essex, David Lillibridge, Charles T. Preston. 



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NOTABLES PUBLIC. 



[The commissions of those marked with a * expire February 1, 1896. 

Before the Revolution the commissions of notaries emanated from the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury. The commission of Elihu Hall, dated August SO, 1721, is 
registered in the Secretary's office. The Governor was first authorized in 1784 to 
appoint one or more notaries public in this State, as the commercial interests 
thereof may render it necessary or convenient. In 1833 notaries were empowered 
to administer oaths and take acknowledgment of deeds. In 1800 there were fif- 
teen notaries in Connecticut; in 1812, thirty -two; in 1827, sixty -four. 
This list contains about 2,400 names. 

ANDOVER. — Edgar D. White. 

ANSONIA. — Louis F.- Anschutz, Egbert Bartlett,* Otto 
F. Berger, Edward Burns,* Franklin Burton,* E. C. Drew, 
Fred M. Drew,* John W. Drew,* Charles C. Ford, Frederick 
L. Gaylord,* Frank E. Hoadley, Frederick W. Holden, John 
E. Lewis, John L. Lindley,* F. A. Lines, Verenice Hunger,* 
Thomas A. Perrins, Charles H. Pine,* Frederick T. Rolfe,* 
John Starkweather, Reuben H. Tucker. 

ASHFORD. — Theodore M. Lyon. 

AVON. — Oliver T. Bishop. 

BARKHAMSTED. — Lorrin A. Cooke,* Justin Hodge. 

BEACON FALLS. — Alfred C. Baldwin. 

BERLIN. — Albert A. Barnes,* William Bulkeley, Nathan 
P. Burr,* Theron Upson,* Willis H. Upson,* Elihu S. War- 
ner, Frank L. Wilcox.* 

BETHEL. — George H. Cole, George H. Durant, Eli W. 
Gilbert,* Henry A. Gilbert,* William H. Judson,* Frederick 
B. Vail, Howard H. Woodman.* 

BETHLEHEM. — Samuel L. Bloss.* 

BLOOMFIELD. — William H. Rowley.* 

BOLTON. — Nathan S. Maine, William C. White. 

BOZRAH. — Samuel G. Johnson. 

BRANFORD. — Walter Foote, Henry W. Keyes, E. B. 
Knowles, Edward E. Magovern,* S. E. Merriam.* 

BRIDGEPORT. — Charles S. Abbott, Frank C. Allen, 
ROdney S. Allen, Clarence D. Anderson, Frank S. Andrews, 
William D. Armstrong, Frederick J. Banks,* John W. 
Banks,* Samuel S. Banks,* Thomas Barkey, Ashbel E. 
Bartram,* Edwin T. Bartram, Frederick A. Bartlett, David 
S. Beach, Nelson M. Beach, Morris B. Beardsley,* Victor 
J. Bechman, Alfred B. Beers,* F. N. Benham, N. W. Bishop,* 
Henry L. Blackman, James P. Bogart, H. E. Bowser, O. H. 
Brothwell,* M. J. Buechler, A. H. Bullard,* James H. 



160 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Burnes, John T. Burns,* Ebenezer Burr,* Arthur W. Bur- 
ritt,* George L. Butterfield, Timothy Callahan,* Charles S. 
Canfield,* Frank M. Canfield, George P. Carroll,* Lyman S. 
Catlin,* Gurdon S. Coit,* Leopold Cohn, Charles S. Cole, 
William H. Comley,* Thomas H. Cone,* John E. Cox, Wil- 
liam Crouch, Charles R. Crowther, A. E. Culver,* John Cum- 
mings,* George E. Curtis, Howard J. Curtis, Royal B. Curtis, 
H. G. B. Cuzner,* James P. Devitt, Lillie J. Disbrow, 
William E. Disbrow, C. G. Downs, Michael Eberhard, 
Charles S. Evans, A. B. Fairchild,* E. W. Fairchild,* J. 
Windsor Farist, Herbert B. Freeman, Charles S. French,* 
Amos Fuller,* William V. Garner, V. R. C. Giddings, 
Frederick M. Goodell, G. W. Goodsell, Stiles E. Goodsell, 
Louis K. Gould,* W. F. Green, William Griesinger, John 
S. Griffith, William H. Griffith,* D. Clifford Hall,* Edwin 
F. Hall, Frederick W. Hall,* Melville E. Hall, Thomas 
Hallen, Julius S. Hanover, William H. Harty, William T. 
Haviland,* Alexander Hawley,* Harry W. Hawley, Nathan 
C. Herz, A. J. Hettinger, Williain R. Higby,* George E. Hill,* 
Herbert A. Hill,* George W. Hills, Williain T. Hincks,* D. 
F. Hollister, Philip L. Holzer, Will P. Hopkins,* Frank 
Hubbard,* Henry A. Hubbell, Howard G. Hubbell, Frank J. 
Hughes, Elbert O. Hull, Frederick S. Hunt, Harry I. Hunt, 
Frederick Hurd, Henry J. Jaquet,* Joseph W. Johnson,* 
Percy L. Johnson,* Edmund H. Judson, Stiles Judson, Jr., 
Patrick Kane, Bernard Keating, Gustave Kehrer, Minnie 
Kennelly, Wellington Ketchum, F. J. Kingsbury, Jr., Jacob 

B. Klein, Howard H. Knapp, Rowland B. Lacey,* David M. 
Lackie,* Edwin N. Landon,* Thomas Langdon, Jr.,* Henry 
Lee, Elihu N. Lewis,* George W. Lewis,* David B. Lock- 
wood,* Sidney N. Lockwood, Sigmund Loewith, Louis H. 
Lyon,* Willis H. Lyon,* Clara D. Mackie, Charles W. Mann, 
William H. Marigold, Edgar W. Marsh, Egbert Marsh, Ed- 
ward W. Marsh,* F. W. Marsh,* W. C. Mead,* George E. 
Melius,* Orange Merwin,* Albert J. Middlebrook,* Louis 
N. Middlebrook, Frank J. Mooney, John Lewis Morehouse, 
Edward J. Morgan, Frederick C. Mullins.* Michael C. Mc- 
Guinness, Frank J. Narramore,* Minnie Irving Nettleton, 

C. M. Newman, F. C. Nichols,* Horace Nichols,* Warren B. 
Nichols, William J. Nichols,* L. B. Nickerson, Edward P. 
Nobbs, Henrietta M. Noble,* J. F. Noble,* Francis Noll, 
Henry F. Norcross, Henry E. Nordbeck,* Samuel C. North- 
rop,* William H. Ortlepp, Stephen Osborne, John M. Otis, 
Matthew E. O'Brien, Patrick O'Rourke, Allan W. Paige, 
Caroline Peck, Charles H. Peck,* C. H. Peet, Jr., Lewis F. 
Pelton,* James A. Penfield, Nicholas J. Phelan, Ebenezer S. 
Phillips,* Benjamin F. Pike, George S. Piatt, Willard S. 
Plumb,* Isaac B. Prindle, Louis B. Powe, Philo H. Prindle, 
Jno. T. Quinlan, Thomas F. Rawson,* Edward S. Raymond,* 
Charles B. Read, Louis Richards,* Oliver G. Righter, F. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 161 

W. Robinson,* Frank L. Rogers, Daniel M. Rowland,* C. 
H. Russell,* Edward L. Saabye, Frank R. Saimnis,* Howard 
H. Scribner,* William E. Seeley, Hamilton S. Shelton, 
Henry T. Shelton,* H. D. Sherman, Charles Sherwood, L. 
M. Slade,* F. W. Smith, Jr., James H. Smith,* Wallace A. 
Smith, Joseph H. Stagg, John N. Standish,* Frank T. 
Staples, Frederick S. Stevens, Henry W. Stevens, William H. 
Stevenson,* Goodwin Stoddard, Claes G. Strandberg,* George 
H. Strickland,* E. Stewart Sumner, Albert M. Tallmadge,* 
Dwight H. Terry,* Curtis Thompson,* James W. Thompson, 
A. D. Tooley, Jeremiah D. Tooiney. Jr., Fred W. Tracy,* 
Charles Treat,* D. Allen Treat,* Louis N. Van Keuren. 
Robert J. Yeit,* Howard X. Wakeman, George W. Warner, 
Thomas L. Watson, E. Livingston Wells, D. Fairchild 
Wheeler, Stiles H. Whiting,* R. E. Whittlesey,* Charles E. 
Wilmot, Charles C. Wilson, James A. Wilson, J. L. Wiltsie, 
Gustav Wolf, Charles H. Wolfe, A. M. Wooster, T. C. Wor- 
din,* C. X. Worthen, G. W. C. Wren, Bessie L. Yarrington, 
Frederick X. Yarrington. 

BRISTOL. — Roswell Atkins,* Isaac W. Beach, George 
A. Beers, George W. Birge,* George C. Doherty, J. Fayette 
Douglass, Frank L. Fairbanks, Timothy E.Hawdey, Benedict 
M. Holden, John J. Jennings,* C. V. Mason, Dan A. Miller,* 
Emerson R. Xewell, Roger S. Xewell, Edson M. Peck, 
Epaphroditus Peck, Miles Lewis Peck, Xoble E. Pierce, J. 
H. Sessions, Thomas B. Steele, M. L. Tiffany, Charles S. 
Treadway, John Winslow.* 

BROOKFIELD. — W. J. Beehler, C. D. H. Kellogg, Har~ 
mon S. Lockwood. 

BROOKLYX. — Charles P. Backus. Clarence E. Cundall, 
Henry H. Davison, C. A. Potter, Preston B. Sibley. 

CAXAAX. — Dwight E. Dean, J. Lee Ensign, George S. 
Fuller, Henry C. Gaylord, William R. Hubbell,* E. D. Law- 
rence, Uriel H. Miner, Almon C. Randall. 

CAXTERBURY. — Henry Baldwin. 

CAXTOX. — John D. Andrews,* J. H. Bidwell,* Benjamin 
F. Case, Levi Case,* Oliver F. Perry,* Charles W. Ruic, 
Howard L. Sanborn,* *William E. Simonds.* 

CHAPLIX. — Frank C. Lummis. 

CHATHAM. — Thomas S. Brown,* John Carrier, B. D. 
Hurd, Emmet B. Rich. 

CHESHIRE. — Milton C. Doolittle,* Frederick A. Ives, 
James R. Lanyon.* 

CHESTER. — E. C. Hungerford. 

CLIXTOX. — Frank R. Bliss, Henry C. Hull, Ezra E. 
Post,* Jay F. Stannard,* Daniel W. Stevens.* 

COLCHESTER, —J. X. Adams, Amatus R. Bigelow, 
Harley P. Buell,* Xathaniel Foote, S. P. Willard. 

COLEBROOK. — Samuel A. Cooper,* Reuben Rockwell.* 

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162 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

COLUMBIA. — Robert Brown, Norman H. Clark, Joseph 
Hutchins, William H. Yeomans. 

CORNWALL. — Charles L. Gould, L. J. Nickerson,* 
Wilson P. Sturgis,* Whiting J. Wilcox.* 

COVENTRY. — Henry A. Brewster, J. O. Freeman, James 
S. Morgan, H P. Topliff.* 

CROMWELL. — Edgar B. Bennett,* Arthur Boardman, 
William A. Stickney. 

D ANBURY. — Jabez Amsbury,* N. E. Barnum, Thomas 
G. Barnum, Aaron T. Bates, John R. Booth,* Eva J. Brooks,* 
Levi L. Brooks,* Eugene M. Bulkley, N. T. Bulkley, Freder- 
ick Cole, John F. Cuff,* Eugene C. Dempsey, William C. 
Dufrane, E. S. Fairchild,* A. E. Fuller, M. H. Griffing,* 
Frank W. Hodge, Norman Hodge, B. A. Hough, Harrie 
T. Hoyt, Theodore Hoyt, Luman L. Hubbell,* Augustus G. 
Ising,* C. Edward Lyon, G. Fred Lyon,* Samuel A. Main,* 
Levi K. Mansfield,* William R. Miles, Albert Morehouse, 
Jr., George D. Northrop, Alva W. Parmelee,* Reuben B. 
Pearce,* Almond D. Powers,* Horace Purdy,* Christian 
Quien, Henry Quien, Lewis Reed, Henry M. Robinson, 
Dwight E. Rogers, Thomas F. Rowan, Samuel H. Rundle,* 
Carroll D. Ryder, Henry C. Ryder,* George C. Stevens, 
Clifford W. Sturges,* Sam W. Tash, Levi P. Treadwell. 
Samuel Tweedy, James E. Walsh, Granville Whittlesey,* 
Charles H. Wilcox, Jr., A. N. Wildman,* James B. Wild- 
man,* George H. Williams. 

DARIEN. — Clarence W. Bell,* George W. Clock, James 
N. Coe, Franklin Dart, Theophile Euphrat, Martin T. Hol- 
lister, C. W. Lounsbury. 

DERBY. — James B. Atwater, William C. Atwater, John 
H. Barlow, Charles L. Bassett, Henry S. Birdseye,* Thomas 
S. Birdseye, William S. Browne,* Charles E. Clark,* 
Charles H. Coe,* G. L. De Forest, Charles N. Downs,* Wil- 
liam S. Downs, Andrew J. Ewen,* Edwin B. Gager, Daniel 
B. Giddings,* E. Sheppard Gordy, Charles A. Horton, John 
W. Larkin, Daniel E. McMahon, Franklin S. Slauter, Christo- 
pher C. Smith, H. F. Wanniug,* William H. Williams. 

DURHAM. — Andrew M. Camp, - Leverett M. Leach. 

EASTFORD. — George W. Olds, Isaac Warren. 

EAST HADDAM. — Julius Attwood, Arthur W. Chaffee,* 
Eugene W. Chaffee,* Samuel P. Clark, W. S. Comstock, 
William R. Goodspeed, Thomas Gross, Jr.,* Silas R. Holmes, 
E. Emory Johnson, James H. Morton, A. J. Silliman. 

EAST HARTFORD. — William S. Andross, Percy S. Bry- 
ant,* William A. Foley,* Joseph O. Goodwin,* H. B. Hale, 
Will P. Landon,* Arthur P. Moore, Horace R. Parker.* 

EAST HAVEN. — Samuel W. F. Andrews, Hiram Jacobs.* 

EAST LYME. — A. E. S. Bush, Daniel Calkins,* John D. 
Eager, Orrin H. Whiting. 

EASTON. — Ebenezer S. Gillette, S. N. Osborn. 



Notaries public. 163 

EAST WINDSOR, — Mahlon H. Bancroft, Frederick J. 
Barnes, John Connelly, Andrew Hamilton, F. D. North,* 
Mathew Tucker,* C. E. Woodward.* 

ELLINGTON. — Clayton E. Harwood, Michael H. Man- 
dell.* 

ENFIELD. — David Brainard, Amos D. Bridge, Charles 
H. Briscoe, Fred O. Dutton, Willis Gowdy, John Hamlin, 
James B. Houston, Nathan P. Palmer, Howard A. Pease, 
Loren H. Pease, Franklin Smith, R. Donald Spencer, Robert 
E. Spencer, George R. Steele. 

ESSEX. — Theodore P. Fordham, Louis P. Parker, James 
Phelps, James L. Phelps,* B. A. Rathbun, Howard K. Rose, 
L. L. Wooster, Alfred M. Wright, Northam Wright.* 

FAIRFIELD.— Elmore S.Banks, Cyrus S.Bradley, Charles 
M. Gilman, William B. Glover, Simeon Pease,* Albert D. 
Penney,* Charles C. Perry,* Henry H. Perry,* John H. Perry, 
Winthrop H. Perry,* Elisha C. Sherwood,* F. P. Sherwood, 
Oliver T. Sherwood, Bacon Wakeman. 

FARMINGTON. — Ezra C. Ayer, H. A. Cowles, Erastus 
Gay,* Julius Gay, Richard H. Gay, WiUiam A. Hitchcock, 
George E. Taft.* 

FRANKLIN. — Samuel G. Hartshorn, Clifton Peck. 

GLASTONBURY. — Fred R. Curtis,* Nathaniel W. 
French,* Henry S. Goslee, S. C. Hardin,* Henry E. Loomis, 
E. P. Spaford, John H. Stevens,* Daniel L. Tallcott,* 
Thomas H. L. Tallcott* 

GOSHEN. — Frederick E. Huribut, Jane W. Lucas, Joseph 
Howard North, Albert Sperry, John H. Wadhams. 

GRANBY. — Cyrus J. Emerson,* T. M. Maltbie,* Marvin 
White. 

GREENWICH. — George D. Archer,* Gilbert S. Bene- 
dict,* Charles D. Burnes,* John F. Close,* Addison R. Ferris, 
William L. Ferris, Louis Finiels, Frederick A. Hubbard,* 
Benjamin F. Hyatt, Carrie A. Knapp,* Luke A. Lockwood, 
De Witt H. Lyon,* Howard E. Marshall, Augustus I. Mead, 
James R. Mead,* Whitman S. Mead,* George G. McNall,* 
William M. Painter, Frank I. Palmer,* John G. Reynolds, 
Alfred A. Rundle, Jeremiah Tierney, James F. Walsh,* 
R. Jay W T alsh,* John A. Wendle. 

GRISWOLD. — Edward M. Anthony, David P. Chabot, 
E. C. Kegwin, John A. Owen,* John E. Phillips, H. L. 
Reade,* F. E. Robinson, Joseph Roode,* William Soule,* 
William H. Tift,* James T. Wilbur, A. A. Young, Jr.* 

GROTON. — H. L. Bailey,* Frank W. Batty, John T. 
Batty, Lemuel Clift, John J. Copp, D. A. Daboll, John O. 
Fish, Robert A. Gray, George M. Guernsey,* Philo Little, 
Orrin E. Miner,* John A. Morgan, Thomas E. Packer, Wil- 
liam Palmer, Asa Perkins, Jabez Watrous, Jr., James L. 
Weaver.* 



164 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

GUILFORD. — George S. Davis, Charles Griswold, 
Charles H. Post,* Joel T. Wildman.* 

HADDAM. — William H. Brown, Edward D. Gilbert. 

HAMDEN. — Silas Benham, Ellsworth B. Cooper, Howard 
G. Ford,* George A. Morton, Arthur E. Woodruff, Harrv 
P. Woodruff. 

HAMPTON. —Joseph W. Congdon, Addison J. Greenslit, 
David Greenslit, Patrick H. Pearl. 

HARTFORD. - Sherman W. Adams,* Allen C. Alder- 
man,* B. Rowland Allen, J. W. Allen, James P. Andrews,* 
W. S. Andrews,* Eugene F. Atwood, H. E. Babcock, W. E. 
Baker,* Joseph L. Barbour, Sylvester Barbour, William L. 
B. Barker, Ezra F. Bates,* H. Leonard Beadle, Frank E. 
Belden,* Lucie M. Benedict, Edward B. Bennett, Howard 
G. Bestor, Frank W. Bidwell, Albert C. Bill, Daniel H. Blinn, 
Robert D. Bone, Austin Brainard,* James C. Bray,* George 
A. Brewer, Myron H. Bridgman, Arthur K. Brocklesby,* 
John H. Brocklesby, George D. Brockway,* Arthur H. Brom 
son,* Samuel M. Bronson,* George Olney Brott,* Andrew J. 
Broughel, Jr.,* Edwin Brower,* Willard H. Bruce,* John H. 
Buck,* Charles L. Burdett,* Francis L. Burdick,* Charles R. 
Burnham, E. D. Burnham, George H. Burt,* Joseph Buths, 
Theodore M. Byxbee,* J. Gilbert Calhoun, Fred H. Carpen- 
ter,* John A. Carroll, Richard F. Carroll,* William S. Case, 
R. P. Chapman,* Silas Chapman, Jr., Mahlon N. Clark,* 
Charles H. Clarke,* Sidney E. Clarke,* F. E. Cleveland,* At- 
wood Collins, George A. Conant,* H. S. Conklin,* H. W. 
Conklin, J. H. Conklin, John W. Coogan, Edward B. Cook, 
Francis R. Cooley, Silas H. Cornwall, Edwin S. Cowles, 
Francis A. Crum,* L. G. Cummings,* Charles S. Davidson,* 
Frederick W. Davis, Albert P. Day,* L. A. Dickinson,* E. B. 
Dillingham,* William J. Dixon,* Charles A. Dodd, Fred J. 
Dole, Sylvester C. Dunham,* Robert W. Dwyer,* William S. 
Dwyer, Frederick Eberle, Frederick G. Eberle, Willard 
Eddy,* George Ellis, Ernest B. Ellsworth, Samuel E. El- 
more,* Walter C. Faxon, J. Lincoln Fenn,* Henry E. Fitts, 
Harold F. C. Flint, Nelson G. Ford, Clarkson N. Fowler,* 
Harrison Barber Freeman, Frederick E. Fuller, Edward J. 
Garvan, Andrew F. Gates, Justin J. Gates,* A. B. Gillett,* 
George H. Gilman, Sidney M. Gladwin, A. Judson Glazier, 
Robert C. Glazier,* Winfield C. Graham, Miles W. Graves,* 
Alfred W. Green,* Sarah E. Green, Jacob H. Greene,* 
Robert A. Griffing, John E. Griffiths,* Charles E. Gross, 
Mary Hall,* Joseph D. Hamilton,* Henry E. Harrington,* 
Irving W. Havens, John G. Hawley, William F. Henney,* 
William J. Hickmott,* John E. Higgins, A. R. Hillyer,* H. 
L. Hiscock,* E. J. Hoadley, Francis A. Hoadley,* Charles 
J. Hoadly,* Fred P. Holt, William H. Honiss, Arthur E. 
Howard, Albert S. Howe, Henry A. Huntington, E. Henry 
Hyde, Jr., William Waldo Hyde, Henry M. Jacobs,* W. W. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 165 

Jacobs,* Rufus H. Jackson, Arthur B. Jenkins.* Fred D. 
Jewett,* Elijah C. Johnson, Charles M. Joslyn, George A. 
Kellogg,* W. H. Kellogg, Leviat S. Knoek, Harry R. Knox.* 
Giovanne Battiste Laraja, Charles H. Lawrence, Daniel 
Leroy, Frederick M. Lincoln, George F. Lincoln, William L. 
Linke, Robert G. Lipsey, A. G. Loomis. A. H. Loomis,* Cooke 
Lounsbury, Robert Lunny, Herman J. Maercklein. Joseph 
Mairson, Merrick A. Marcy, Daniel A. Markkam, Edwin E. 
Marvin,* L. P. Waldo Marvin,* W. L. Matson, Henry D. 
Mildeberger. Jno. B. Milliken. Hiram R. Mills, William 
Morgan. Franklin A. Morley.* Everett L. Morse,* Leonard 
Morse, Dennis J. Murphy.* William J. McConville, Alexander 
K. McCorkell. Patrick McGovern,* Benjamin C. McKenney. 
Thomas McManus, Allen H. Newton, Charles E. Newton,* 
George B. Newton, Loomis A. Newton,* George Nichols,* 
J. T. Noonan, Albert H. Olmstead,* Charles E. Parker, Fel- 
ton Parker,* Francis H. Parker, Lucius R. Parker,* Dwight 
B. Parmelee,* John C. Parsons,* Walter Pearce,* Edward 
J. Pearson,* Edward B. Peck,* Nathan F. Peck,* Arthur 
Perkins, J. O. Phelps, Jr.,* J. H. Phillips,* William J. Pierce. 
Frederick Plimpton, James B, Powell. Ward C. Powell. 
Walter W. Pratt, De Witt P. Preston, George T. Price,* 
William T. Price, Charles Edward Prior, James J. Quinn, 
H. P. Redfleld, George A. Reynolds. Alfred T. Richards,* 
Francis H. Richards,* Davis Rich,* Charles D. Riley, Al- 
bert E. Risley, Homer C. Roberts. Charles H. Robins,* 
Henry C. Robinson,* Henry S. Robinson, John T. Robin- 
son,* Lucius F. Robinson.* David A. Rood,* Charles Rosen- 
thal. Charles A. Safford,* George E. Sanborn, Salvatore 
Satriano, Alfred W. Sawtelle. Joseph Schwab, M. B. 
Scott.* Charles F. Sedgwick. Fred G. Sexton.* Arthur 
N. Seymour. Fred B. Seymour, Leverett K. Seymour,* 
Charles O. Shaffer,* Edward Shelton,* Charles E. Shepard. 
James Shipman. George Eliot Sill,* George G. Sill,* 
Charles M. Skinner,* Fred F. Small.* Andrew T. Smith,* 
Charles H. Smith,* Eben E. Smith,* Frank B. Smith.* 
James A. Smith.* Mary L. Smith, Thomas M. Smith,* Wil- 
liam W. Smith.* Alfred Spencer. Jr., Carnot O. Spencers- 
Lewis E. Stanton, William W. Stillman.* E. H. Stocker,* 
John A. Stoughton, Frederick F. Street, George G, Sumner, 
Theron C. Swan,* George E, Taintor,* Henry E. Taintor, 
James H. Tallman, J. H. Thacher, Charles E. Thompson,* 
Frank A. Thompson, H. J. Thompson, Milo A. Todd,* Louis 
A. Tracy, Joseph P. Trumbull,* William Tucker, J. H. Tur- 
ner.* Joseph P. Turtle, Heman A. Tyler,* George Ulrich, 
Thomas G. Tail, William Very, W. L. Wakefield, Albert H. 
AYalker, William Ward, Thomas C. Waterous,* Charles M. 
Webster,* John W. Welch,* Charles T. Welles, Roger Welles, 
John P. Wheeler, Herbert H. White, Nahum C. Wilder,* 
William A. Willard,* A. N. Williams, Frank B. Williams, 



166 NOTAKIES PUBLIC. 

Harry R. Williams,* W. S. Williams, Oliver F. Wing,* John 
W. Wolven, George H. Woods,* A. J. Wright, Arthur P. 
Young, William F. Young. 

HARTLAND. — Dwight W. Merrell.* 

HARWINTON. — Lewis Catlin. 

HEBRON. — Joel Jones,* W. W. Jones, Horace F. Porter,* 
Fred Prentice, Lerov P. Tilden.* 

HUNTINGTON. — Charles V. Case, Edwin J. Keeler, 
Ernest L. Staples, Joseph Tomlinson. 

KENT. — Jerome F. Gibbs. 

KILLINGS Y. — Frank G. Bailey, Frank W. Bennetts- 
Arthur G. Bill, Oliver W. Bowen. Henry N. Clemmons, Sid- 
ney W. Crofut, William H. Edwards,* Albert E. Gay, 
Henry L. Hammond, Edwin A. Hill,* George E. King, Edwin 
O. Kinne,* George Lloyd, Louis G. Massicotte, William H. 
Oatley, Edwin L. Palmer, Eugene C. Peck, George W. Pike,* 
James H. Potter, Frank T. Preston, L. H. Rickard, Joseph 
W. Stone, George H. Wheaton, C. C. Young, Clarence E. 
Young. 

LEBANON. — Charles J. Abell, George A. Fuller, Erving 
L. Richardson. 

LED YARD.— Elisha S. Allyn,* Palmer Allyn, George Fan- 
ning. 

LITCHFIELD. — Charles B. Bishop, Kenyon K. Braman,* 
Charles D. Burrill, J. Howard Catlin, C. F. Daniels, G. E. 
Jones, Dwight C. Kilbourn, William L. Ransom, Eli D. 
Weeks, George M. Woodruff, James P. Woodruff.* 

LYME. — Henry C. Burnham, George W. Hall,* Henry B. 
Sisson. 

MADISON. — Samuel H. Chittenden, J. Myron Hull, Wil- 
liam S. Hull, Henry B. Wilcox. 

MANCHESTER.— Sanford M. Benton, Herbert O. Bowers, 
Maro S. Chapman, John S. Cheney, Richard O. Cheney, C. 
W. Cowles, William H. Ellsworth, Charles R. Hathaway,* 
Charles E. House, Norman Loomis, Knight E. Rogers, John 
M. Shewry, Robert N. Stanley,* Daniel Wads worth, F. 
Ernest Watkins, Olin R. Wood.* 

MANSFIELD. — Charles H. Babcock, Pitt Barrows,* A. 
W. Buchanan, John Fitch,* Henry Huntington,* Gardner 
W. Reynolds, Ralph W. Storrs, Samuel D. Yeomans. 

MERIDEN. — Thomas S. Alexander, Owen B. Arnold,* 
Willis N. Barber, Thomas A. Benham, Jr.,* F. E. Bemis, 
Herbert M. Billard,* Eli C. Birdsey, Orlando C. Burgess, 
William H. Catlin,* A. Chamberlain, Asa H. Churchill, 
George M. Clark, Edwin R. Crocker, Floyd Curtis,* Corne- 
lius J. Danaher, Wilbur F. Davis, Samuel Dodd, Henry Dry- 
hurst,* George W. Fairchild, Frank S. Fay, George A. Fay, 
Willis I. Feim, Irving I. Gardner,* Richard Gleeson, 
T. F. Guv, Frarav Hale, Albert F. Hall, Eugene A. 
Hall, Lewis Hall, F. L. Hamilton,* John M. Harmon,* C. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 167 

V. Helnischineid, Edward J. Higby, Leveret C. Hinman,* 
I. L. Holt, John Ives,* George L. King,* Henry T. King,* 
William R. MacKay,* E. A. Merriman. Wallace Miles,* 
Edward Miller, Jr.,* George Mischler, William C. Muel- 
ler,* J. S. Morton, Jr., Albert L. Otis,* Benjamin Page, 
Ralph A. Palmer,* H. C. Pickhardt, M. E. Pomeroy, Charles 
C. Powers,* Jere. Quinlan, Jr., Gustav Rebstock, Charles 
P. Rice,* W. J. Robinson, C. L. Rockwell, George Rockwell,* 
J. L. Rutherford, L. S. Savage, C. H. Sawyer, August 
Schmelzer,* Elmer E. Spencer, Wilbur H. Squire, A. L. 
Stevens, F. A. Stevens,* Rufus M. Wilson,* M. C. Yott. 
MIDDLEBURY. — William B. Townsend. 
MIDDLEFIELD. — Lyman A. Mills. 

MIDDLETOWN. — Arthur L. Allin, Samuel Babcock, 
Clarence E. Bacon, Wallace K. Bacon, Eldon B. Birdsey,* 
Walter L. Blake, W. J. Breckenridge, George W. Burke,* 
Eugene H. Burr,* William H. Burrows, Henry E. Burton, 
Dale D. Butler,* Arthur B. Calef, Arthur B. Calef, Jr.,* 
Samuel P. Calef, Daniel W. Camp, E. G. Camp, Her- 
bert L. Camp,* Fred B. Chaffee,* Daniel W. Chase, How- 
ard R. Clark, M. B. Copeland, William J. Coughlin, M. 
Eugene Culver, W. J. De Mauriac, Elmer G. Derby,* 
Thomas M. Durfee,* Joseph T. Elliott, Fred. E. Gibbons,* 
E. A. Gladwin,* D. J. Glazier, James K. Guy, Daniel T. 
Haines, Frank D. Haines, Charles W. Harris, George H. 
Harris, W. B. Hubbard, Walter C. Jones,* James H. Kelsey, 
Edwin King,* R. C.Markham,* D. Ward Northrop,* Thomas 
W. O'Keefe, Wesley U. Pearne,* Domenico Pettinato, Robert 
G. Pike,* Chauncey D. Rice, Henry H. Smith, Jerome C. 
Smith, Frank F. Starr, Orrin E. Stoddard, H. Merwin 
Thayer, William W. Van Deusen, Charles G. R. Vinal,* 
Harris Warner,* Evelyn R. White,* Heman Charles Whit- 
tlesey, Charles D. Woods.* 

MILFORD. — R, S. Baldwin, Wm. B. Brotherton, John W. 
Buckingham, William S. Clark,* W. Cecil Durand, Loring 
T. Ellis, John W. Fowler, Richard R. Hepburn, William G. 
Mitchell, William H. Pond,* George J. Smith. 

MONROE. — Andrew B. Curtiss,* Louis Goulett,* Burr 
Hawley, David A. Nichols.* 

MONTVILLE. — Henry A. Baker,* Martin V. B. Brain- 
ard, Alfred Hurlbut, Frank H. Rogers, Samuel W. Strick- 
land.* 
MORRIS. — James M. Benton, George H. Johnson. 
NAUGATUCK. — Henry C. Baldwin, Lauren S. Beards- 
ley,* Seth D. Bingham,* George D. Bissell,* Arthur H. Day- 
ton, Edward B. Goodyear, William Kennedy, George A. 
Lewis, William H. McCarthy, William J. Neary,* B. A. 
Peck,* Luther S. Piatt, James E. Sweeney, John M. Swee- 
ney, Adelbert C. Turtle, Walter H. Twichell,* Leon M. 
Woodford. 



168 NOTAKIES PUBLIC. 

NEW BRITAIN. — F. H. Alford, George W. Andrew,* 
William E. Attwood,* John P. Bartlett, Augustus N. Ben- 
nett, H. B. Boardman, A. F. Bromlev, Lyman S. Bun*, 
Abbott G. Butler,* William H. Gadwell, John Coats,* Wil- 
liam L. Damon, W. F. Delaney,* B. F. Gaffney,* F. M. Good- 
rich,* Henry C. Gussman, Charles H. Falkner, H. G. 
Fowler, Samuel B. Harper, Austin Hart,* W. L. Hatch, 
Charles D. Hine, Ira E. Hicks, J. D. Humphrey, John H. 
Kirkham,* Charles S. Landers,* George M. Landers, W. 
E. Latham, S. R. Lawrence, Philip J. Markley, Albert Mor- 
ton, Charles Northern!, Charles B. Oldershaw, Andrew S. 
Parsons, Charles Peck. Loren D. Penfielcl,* Edward L. Prior, 
G. L. Reynolds, J. W. Ringrose,* James Roche, James Shep- 
ard, Edward J. Skinner,* Andrew J. Sloper,* E. N. Stanley, 
G. W. Traut, William F. Walker,* John Walsh,* Martin S. 
Wiard,* E. M. Wightman, Rollin C. Wooster, Gustave A. 
Yost. 

NEW CANAAN. — Russell L. Hall, Gardiner Heath. 
Andrew F. Jones, Selleck Y. St. John, Levi S. Weed. 

NEW HARTFORD. — Orrin Fitch, Edward E. Kellogg, 
George W. Smith, Edward P. Spencer. 

NEW HAVEN. — Gennaro Agnone,* A. Thomas Andrew. 
E. P. Arvine, Frank J. Armstrong, George L. Armstrong, 
Harry W. Asher, Edward J. Atwater,* L. A. Babcock,* 
Charles L. Baldwin, 1st,* Edward W. Baldwin, F. W. Bald- 
win, George M. Baldwin,* Roger S. Baldwin, William 
Bartlett, William T. Bartlett,* Edward L. Bassett,* New- 
comb M. Bassett,* Edward G. Bates,* Francis G. Beach,* 
Frank A. Beckley, Edward C. Beecher,* Eugene A. Beecher, 
George E. Beers,* Leopold Besser,* Frederick A. Betts, 
Samuel D. Betts, Andrew T. Bierkan, Frank S. Bishop. 
James Bishop, James Kingsley Blake, Samuel R. Blatchley, 
Charles F. Bollmann, George F. Booth, William H. Bonton, 

E. A. Bradley, Edward M. Bradley,* Henry H. Bradley,* 
Charles A. Bray, James P. Bree, Fred H. Brethauer, H. C. 
Bretzfelder,* John W. Bristol,* Warren H. Bristol, David 
H. Broekett,* Carroll H. Brooks. Samuel L. Bronson,* 
Lewis B. Brown, Harry B. Brown, James J. Buchanan.* 
Edward G. Buckland, Charles S. Bunnell,* Fred B. Bun- 
nell,* George R. Burton, Asa C. Bushnell, Curtis S. Busli- 
nell, Philo A. Bushnell,* Herman Bussmann,* Julius C. 
Cable,* David Callahan,* Eugene A. Callahan,* Timothy 

F. Callahan, Walter C. Camp,* Charles T. Candee, Charles 
T. Cannon, Le Grand Cannon,* J. James Caporale, James 
Caporale,* Santo Capasso, Margaret Carr, Anthony Car- 
roll, Jacinto Casariego,* Jonathan W. Chapin, Frank M. 
Chapman, John G. Chapman,* Prentice W. Chase,* Avery 
Clark, Edwin M. Clark,* James Gardner Clark, Livingston 
W. Cleaveland, Frederick H. Cogswell,* Leonard W. Cogs- 
well,* George K. Cooley, George M. Coombs, Charles E. Corn- 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 169 

wall, William W. Cornwall,* Robert I. Couch,* F. L. Cowles, 
J. Clayton Cowles.* Charles T. Coyle, George W. Crane, 
Henry W. Crawford, Willis Curtiss, Jr., Leonard M. Daggett, 
Clarence B. Dann, Arthur H. Day,* Harry G. Day,* Sabino 
Del Grego,* Lucius P. Deming, James D. Dewell, Jr.. T. Par- 
sons Dickerman,* George L. Diekerinan,* Jerome F. Dono- 
A T an, Samuel S. Doroff. Harry A. Doty, B. H. Douglass, 
Jr.,* Edwin C. Dow, Virgil M. Dow, Edgar S. Dowe. 
Mortimer S. Dowd,* Charles H. Downs, Patrick Doyle, 
Cornelius T. Driscoll, Louis F. Dudley, Edward F. Durand. 
Harry R. Durant* Frederic C. EaVle, William H. Ely, 
James E. English,* John Henry English, Vincenzo Es- 
posito,* M. C. Ferguson,* Edward E. Field, George E. 
Fifield, William T. Fields, Michael J. Fisher,* Samuel 
H. Fisher, David E. Fitzgerald, S. C. Fleetwood, Arthur 
E. Fogg. Robert Foot,* Edward A. Foote, Charles H. 
Fowler, Frank E. Fowler, Timothy J. Fox,* Charles I. 
French,* Henry Presenilis, A. L. Frisby, Herbert C. Ful- 
ler,* John F. Gaffney, John C. Gallagher, Frank H. Gay- 
lord,* James J. Geary, Jacob P. Goodhart. Philip Good- 
hart, Francesco Graugrandee,* Arthur C. Graves, William 
L. Green, C. B. Hall, George E. Hall, Henrv A. L. Hall. 
Elmer E. Hallock, Samuel Hallowell,* Charles S. Hamilton.* 
Charles H. Hayden,* Edward R. Hayes, Charles M. Harri- 
son, S. W. Hart, Ezra Healy, John G. Healy,* C. W. Heming- 
way, Samuel Hemingway,* George T. Hewlett,* Albert B. 
Hill, J. Burton Hine,* Lucius B. Hinman, A. L. Hoadley.* 
Carleton E. Hoadley. Lemuel G. Hoadley,* John C. Holiis- 
ter,* I. N. Hooghkirk, Hobart L. Hotchkiss,* Leonard F. 
Hotchkiss.* Philip Hugo,* Frank E. Hull, Savilian Richard 
Hull,* William Hull, Addison F. Hunie,* William H. Hunt- 
ley,* James A. Howarth, Nathan B. Hoyt,* Frank W. Igo. 
John S. Imrie, George A. Isbell,* Willis B. Isbell, Louis E. 
Jacobs, J. Elizabeth Johnson, Cyrus W. Jones, George B. 
Jones. Warner D. Judson,* Cassius W. Kelly. A. J. Ken- 
nedy,* Albert J. Kenyon, Clinton H. Kibbee. Thomas Kil- 
bride, Charles Kimberly.* William Lloyd Kitchell, Charles 
Kliner, Charles Kohn, Wilson H. Lee, Charles H. Lewis.* 
Dwight W. Lewis,* Frederick P. Lewis,* George W. Lewis,* 
Woolf Levy,* Willis L. Lines, Samuel Lloyd, Ludovico Lom- 
bards* John E. Lomas, Seymour C.Loomis, Everett E. Lord,* 
Frank M. Lovejoy, John W. Lowe, Benjamin C. Lum,* Fred- 
erick C. Lum,* B. E. Lynch, Richard F. Lyon, Theodore 
H. Macdonald, John Mackay, Edward J. Maker,* Frank 
Maley,* Eli Manchester, Burton Mansfield,* E. F. Mans- 
field, Edward L. Manville, Edwin R. Marsh, Stefano Mas* 
troianni, Charles H. Mathews,* Lorenzo Mattei,* Charles 
B. Mathewman, A. S. May,* George A. Maycock,* J. Y. 
McDermott, Albert McC. Mathewson, David T. McNamara, 
Charles F. McNeil, Edwin C. McNeil,* Morris Mendelsohn, 



170 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Dwight B. Merchant,* Eli Mix,* Edward E. Mix, Harry 
Mink,* L. W. Moody, James T. Moran, S. G. Morehouse, 
Ernest W. Morphy, Charles G. Morris, Elliott H. Morse, 
John Morse, William H. Moseley, Albert H. Moulton, 
John T. Munigle, Henry Musch,* Morris N. Myers, George 
E. Nettleton,* George F. Newcomb, Henry G. Newton,* 
M. B. Newton,* Charles D. Nicoll,* Walter R. Nichols,* 
William P. Niles, John C. North, Arthur S. Osborne, Thomas 
O'Brien,* James E. O'Connor, William O'Keefe, Jr., Henry 
C. O'Sullivan, Henry A. Pallman, Julius J. Pallman, Charles 
W. Palmer,* Anna M. Pardee, Henry L. Pardee, William S. 
Pardee, Joel W. S. Peck, Wilbur J. Peck, Gennaro Petrucci, 
Charles E. Pickett,* Rufus S. Pickett, J. D. Plunkett, Victor 

E. Pomeranz, Philip Pond,* Philip Pond, 2d, Walter Pond, 
Angelo Porto, Benjamin M. Prescott,* Christopher E. Prince, 
Frank H. Quinley, Samuel H. Read, Horatio G. Redfield, 
James Reynolds, W. H. Reynolds, J. A. Richardson, A. Hea- 
ton Robertson, George W. Robinson, Edward H. Rogers, 
George A. Root, Charles C. Ross, Harry B. Rowe, James E. 
Rowland, William E. Rowland,* Talcott H. Russell, David 
C. Sanford, Nathan H. Sanford, Emmet A. Saunders,* Meyer 
Schwed, Charles W. Scranton, George D. Seymour,* Bernard 
J. Shanley,* Henry M. Shannon, Charles A. Sheldon, Joseph 
Sheldon, George N. Shiner,* John H. Shumway, Edward J. 
Sisk,* Benjamin Slade, John T. Sloan,* Charles F. Small, 
Eugene R. Smith,* Herman E. Smith, J. J. Suavely,* Frank 
Asher Southworth, Siegwart Spier, Arthur P. Spiess, An- 
thony Spinello, Carl F. Stahl, William F. Stahl, Bird. N. 
Stanley, H. Dayton Stannard,* Isadore A. Stein, Edward 

F. Stevens,* Mary A. Stiles, Frank E. Stoddard,* Edward 
A. Street,* J. Preston Strong,* S. Fred Strong,* David 
Strouse, Walter S. Swayne,* Edward S. Swift, Nelson Tay- 
lor, Joseph Thomas, C. S.Thompson, Clarence E. Thompson,* 
Howard W. Thompson, Jason P. Thompson, William E. 
Thompson,* S. P. Thrasher,* Theron A. Todd,* Charles H. 
Trowbridge,* F. L. Trowbridge,* Denison B. Tucker,* Jen- 
nie L. Tucker, J. Birney Turtle, Nathan H. Turtle,* Julius 
Twiss,* George A. Tyler,* Richard H. Tyner,* I. M. Ullman, 
Clara B. Underwood, Daniel H. Veader,* Ferdinand A. Wag- 
ner,* Fred H. Waldron,* James Walker, Jacob D. Walter, 
Frederick M. Ward, Frederick S. Ward,* E. L. Warner, H. 
C. Warren, Willard D. Warren, George D. Watrous, E. H. 
Weaver,* Charles H. Webb,* Clarence W. Webb, William J. 
Weld, Walter M. Wellman,* William S. Wells,* Alfred N. 
Wheeler, James E. Wheeler, Cyrus B. Whitcomb,* Henry 
Ct White,* Oliver S. White, William R. White, William E. 
Whittlesey, Fred N. Williams,* Allyn B. Wilmot, Clarence 
P. Wilson, J. Rice Winchell, Joseph Woods, Isaac Wolfe, 
James William Wright,* William A. . Wright, Samuel A. 
York, Samuel A. York, Jr., Edmund Zacher, Maier Zunder,* 
Seligman Zunder,* Theodore Zunder.* 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 171 

NEWINGTON. — Joshua Belden,* Newton Osborn.* 

NEW LONDON.— Benj. L. Armstrong, F. E. Barker, Wil- 
liam Belcher,* Charles W. Butler, C. S. Braddock,* Augustus 
Brandegee, Frank B. Brandegee, William J. Brennan, Ar- 
thur B. Calkins, Ernest Chadwick, W. R. Chipman, J. Law- 
rence Chew, Alfred Coit,* George M. Cole, George Colfax, 
W. H. H. Comstock, B. A. Copp, Richard L. Crump, Loren 
E. Daboll, John E. Darrow, M. Wilson Dart,* Edwin L. Da 
Silva,* Lee S.Denison,* Frederick L.Dennis, Thomas F. Dor- 
sey,* Frank W. Dow,* F. E. Fengar,* James L. Gardner, 
John C. Geary, John W. Hartshorn, James H. Hill,* William 
E. F. Landers, Horace C. Learned, Walter Learned,* Reuben 
Lord, Jr., Owen W. Mahan,* Albert U. Martin,* M. R. 
Moran,* George C. Morgan,* Walter C. Noyes,* Herbert 
W. Rathborn,* Gideon F. Raymond, William H. Reeves, 
William F. M. Rogers, Nathan G. Stark,* William M. Stark,* 
Charles F. Starr,* Frederick A. Starr, George B. Stillman,* 
J. A. Southard, A. P. Tanner,* Martin B. Waller, Robert 
King Waller,* H. C. Weaver, Wilfred D. Wells, Ernest L. 
Whiton, George Whittlesey, George D. Whittlesey,* Calvin 
G. Williams. 

NEW MILFORD. — J. F. Addis, George W. Anthony, 
George B. Calhoun, Liverus Dunning,* Edwin J. Emmons, 
James R. Johnson,* Alexander Levy,* Frank W. Marsh,* 
Henry S. Mygatt, Joseph H. Nettleton, Charles H. Noble,* 
Charles Randall,* H. Le Roy Randall,* Verton P. Staub, 
Arthur G. Todd, John W. Turrill.* 

NEWTOWN. — A. B. Blakeman,* George W. Botsford,* 
Abel F. Clarke,* Robert A. Clark, Thomas J. Corbett, 
Henry G. Curtis, Michael J. Houlihan,* William A. Leonard, 
Charles H. Northrop, Charles H. Peck, Mortimer B. Terrell, 
James H. Warner. 

NORFOLK. — Joseph N. Cowles, Loyal B. Cowles, Carl 
Stoeckel. 

NORTH BRANFORD. — Edward Smith,* George W. Tal- 
madge. 

NORTH CANAAN. — Edward S. Roberts. 

NORTH STONINGTON. — George W. Edwards, William 
B. Hull, Edwin H. Knowles. 

NORWALK. — Alfred E. Austin, James H. Bailey,* Tall- 
madge Baker, Oliver E. Barker, George F. Bearse, Louis 
S. Beers, Alfred H. Gamp, Charles E. Church,* Stiles W. 
Curtis,* William A. Curtis, Orlando P. Dexter, Daniel Dun- 
lop, Charles E. Ferris, H. Edgar Ferris, Russell Frost, 
Richard H. Golden, Joseph A. Gray,* Lewis C. Green, H. 
Whittemore Gregory, Charles E. Hoyt,* James T. Hubbell,* 
J. Belden Huributt,* Edwin O. Keeler, George D. Keeler, 
Daniel Keogh, Jr., S. Smith L'Hommedieu, Jacob M. Lay- 
ton, John H. Light, Edward M. Lockwood,* Samuel Lynes,* 
K. W. Mansfield, B. W. Maples, George E. Miller, Frederick 
W. Mitchell,* Wm. E. Montgomery, D. P. Morrell, John A. 



172 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Osborn, George S. Partric, Henry H. Pierce,* J. Arthur 
Pinneo,* H. P. Price, Joseph R. Raymond, Oscar W. Ray- 
mond, W. B. Rider,* Joseph F. Ryan, Victor S. Selleck, 
Stanley G. Silliman, H. T. Sheffield, Nelson Taylor,* Eph- 
raim Thomes,* C. R. Townsend, John P. Treadwell,* Ernest 
W. Von Jacobi, George H. Vosburgh, Jr., Walter L. Wilcox, 
William S. Wilcox,* Asa B. Woodward. 

NORWICH. — William B. Aiken. Frank H. Allen, William 
H. Allen,* Wallace S. Allis, John C. Averill, Nelson J. Ayling, 
John H. Barnes, Henry L. Bennett,* Charles R. Bartlett, 
W. A. Briscoe, Frank H. Brown,* Lucius Brown,* Amos A. 
Browning,* Edward T. Burke,* Charles R. Butts,* A. H. 
Buxton, Charles H. Carpenter, James L. Case, Charles E. 
Chandler,* Charles B. Chapman, Fanny C. Church, George 

D. Coit, S. Ashbell Crandall,* J. J. Desmond,* Henry M. Dur- 
fey, Charles S. Eaton,* John Eccles, Joseph T. Fanning, 
Samuel H. Freeman,* James E. Fuller, Walter Fuller,* 
Charles W. Gale, Nathan A. Gibbs,* Gardiner Greene, Jr., 
Paul B. Greene,* George L. Griswold, Edward Harland, 
C. Lewis Harrison,* Samuel Harrison,* Frank Hempsted, 
Philip E. Hendricks, Gilbert L. Hewitt, Charles S.- Hol- 
brook, C. Leslie Hopkins,* Charles N. Hulburt, Burrell W. 
Hyde, Lewis A. Hyde,* William H. Jennings, Jr.,* Frank 
S. Jerome, Edwin C. Johnson, 2d,* Bela P. Learned, Norris 
S. Lippitt,* Aaron Lucas,* Solomon Lucas,* Alonzo M. 
Luther, Stephen B. Meach, Jacob B. Mershon,* Edwin Pal- 
mer, Henry Palmer, Henry F. Palmer, A. F. Park, George 

E. Parsons, Ira L. Peck,* John H. Perkins, Charles H. 
Phelps, George E. Pitcher,* Nathan Rosenthal, A. Irving 
Royce,* John F. Sevin, William H. Shields,* J. Palmer 
Story,* Nicholas Tarrant,* Charles F. Thayer, Harry A. 
Thompson, S. H. Thresher,* S. S. Thresher, Henry W. Tib- 
bits,* Frank Ulmer, John T. Wait, James Warbasse, Charles 
Webb, J. F. Williams,* Lewis H. Williams, C. J. Wolcott, 
Frank L. Woodard. 

OLD SAYBROOK. — Henry Hart,* Joseph Kellogg,* 
Ozias H. Kirtland. 

ORANGE. — George W. Adams, Samuel J. Bryant, Benja- 
min T. Clark,* Albert C. Coe,* Harris G. Eames, John T. Gill, 
Walter A. Main, George H. Thomas, Frank C. Woodruff, 
Albert H. Young. 

OXFORD. — Lewis Barnes, R. S. Hinman. 

PLAINFIELD. — Fitch A. Carey,* William H. Sargent, 
Arthur C. Tillinghast,* Edward M. Welsh.* 

PLAINVILLP]. — J. Sanford Corban, Edward A. Freeman, 
Peter J. Prior, William H. Smith,* Schuyler P. Williams. 

PLYMOUTH. — Jason C. Fenn, Otis B. Hough, Frederick 
A. Scott, Henry E. Stoughton,* Byron Tuttle.* 

POMFRET. — Darius A. Colburn, Edward P. Hay ward, 
Louis S. Hayward, Clement A. Sharp. 



NOTAKIES PUBLIC. 173 

PORTLAND. — William H. Edwards, Ferdinand Gilder- 
sleeve, Henry Gildersleeve, Jr., Stephen S. Hall, Robert S. 
Mitchell, George E. Pierce, John H. Sage, James G. Strong.* 

PRESTON. — Gilbert S. Raymond,* Asahel Tanner, Frank 
W. Tracy. 

PROSPECT. — Benjamin B. Brown, Harry L. Payne.* 

PUTNAM.— Charles Arnold,* Hiram H. Bnrnham,* Daniel 
J. Byrne, John A. Carpenter, John F. Carpenter, Chester 
E. Child, Richard Gorman, Eric H. Johnson, Oiner La Rue,* 
Charles L. Torrey, Jerome Tourtellotte,* Samuel H. Seward, 
Edgar M. Warner, Elmer C. Wood.* 

REDDING. — Aaron B. Albin, David H. Miller. James 
E. Miller, John N. Nickerson, Leroy G. Osborn.* 

RIDGEFIELD. — William C. Barhite. D. Smith Gage, 
Willis S. Gilbert, Samuel D. Keeler,* Hiram K. Scott, D. 
Smith Sholes.* 

ROCKY HILL. — Frank L. Burr. Samuel Dimock. Fred E. 
Fowler, Rufus W. Griswold. 

ROXBURY. — Louis J. Pons. 

SALEM. — Charles A. Williams. 

SALISBURY. — S. P. Ensign, Irving R. Fenton, Thomas 
L. Norton,* William E. Pettee, E. F. Sanford. 

SAYBROOK. — Joseph B. Banning,* Harry B. Barnes, 
H. J. Brooks,* Frederick J. Hammond, Frederick L'Hoin- 
medieu,* Charles R. Marvin, Ernest L. Selden, R. L. Selden, 
Jr., Henrv R. Wooster. 

SCOTLAND. — John B. Bacon, William F. Palmer. 

SEYMOUR. — C. J. Atwater.* S. Hart Culver,* Albert B. 
Dunham,* George E. Matthies,* Joseph W. Moody, Henry 
Perthes, Thomas Wilson.* 

SHARON. — Willard Baker, Thomas J. Bvron, Charles 
H. Marvin. 

SHERMAN. — Charles A. Mallory. 

SIMSBURY. — J. E. Hamilton, Jeff ery O. Phelps, George 
W. Roberts, Charles F. Smith. 

SOMERS. — Nathaniel A. Patten. 

SOUTHBURY. — George W. Mitchell, Samuel L. Tuttle. 
T. F. Wheeler. 

SOUTHINGTON. — Charles D. Barnes.* Louis K. Curtis, 
John Hemingway,* Marcus H. Holcomb,* Edwin P. Hotch- 
kiss, Augustine M. Lewis, Edwin G. Lewis, Harry H. 
Merrill, T. H. McKenzie, Linus B. Neal,* J. F. Pratt, J. H. 
Pratt, Edwin S. Todd, Stephen Walklev. Thomas F. Welch. 
M. N. Woodruff. 

SOUTH WINDSOR.— Charles R. Beckwith. John S. Ciapp. 
Ralph M. Grant,* Leslie W. Newberry, Harry S. Powers,* 
Lewis Sperrv, John C. Stoughton. 

SPRAGUE. — Ebenezer Allen, Richard J. Brophy. 

STAFFORD. — William H. Black, James F. Chamberlin. 
Joseph W. Chandler,* Elbert A. Cleaveland, Marcus B. Fisk, 



i74 notAeies public. 

Charles F. Harwood, William E. Hawley, William H. 
Heald,* Richard S. Hicks,* Alvarado Howard, Clitus H. 
King, Joel H. Reed, James Risley, F. G. Sanford, Alanson 
J. Tilden, John R. Washburn. 

STAMFORD. — J. M. Anderson,* Edward M. Ayers,* 
W. L. Baldwin, James R. Barbour, E. M. Bell, Harry Bell,* 
Frank W. Bogardus, William E. Brown, John H. Burritt,* 
Galen A. Carter, Jr.,* George B. Christison, William A. Cud- 
lipp,* Homer S. Cummings, Julius B. Curtis,* Louis J. Cur- 
tis,* Walter D. Daskam, Nichols C. Downs, M. L. Dunn,* 
Stanley H. Finch,* Clinton R. Fisher, Robert A. Fosdick,* 
Nathaniel R. Hart,* Frank H. Hoyt,* Henry A. Hubbard,* 
Stanley T. Jennings,* John E. Keeler, Elbert J. Lockwood, 
John J. Looney, Schuyler Merritt, William Miller, Harry 
S. McConkey,* Charles A. Newman, Harry G. Quimby,* 
John B. Reed, Jr., Clarence L. Reid, Edward W. Riker, 
Edwin L. Schofield,* Fred A. Taff,* Frederick C. Taylor,* 
William N. Travis,* William F. Waterbury, William N. 
White,* Samuel Young. 

STERLING. — Gilbert C. Brown, Thomas Hurst, Amory 
J. Kebler, G. S. Northrop, Jr.,* Benjamin G. Stanton. 

STONINGTON. — Jerome S. Anderson, Peleg S. Barber, 
J. K. Bucklyn,* S. H. Chesebro, James W. Day,* William 

A. Gilbert,* George R. Greene, Joseph N. Hancox, Paul 
H. Hillard, Abel H. Hinckley, Elias B. Hinckley, Thomas 
Keegan, George R. McKenna, Henry B. Noyes, Moses A. 
Pendleton,* Charles Perrin, William J. H. Pollard,* Elias 
P. Randall, George H. Robinson,* Thomas D. Sheffield, D. 

B. Spalding,* G. D. Stanton, Jr., A. R. Stillman, James 
H. Weeks, Jr., Richard A. Wheeler.* 

STRATFORD.— J. H. Blakeman, James Herring,* Samuel 
T. Houghton,* Ardon L. Judd, Robert H. Russell,* George 
H. Spall,* Charles E. Stagg, Henry P. Stagg,* John W. 
Thompson,* E. M. Wells, C. L. Youngs. 

SUFFIELD. — Hugh M. Alcorn, Alonzo C. Allen, Charles 

C. Bissell, C. S. Fuller, William L. Loomis. 
THOMASTON. — A. P. Bradstreet Frank W. Etheridge,* 

Arthur J. Hine, F. I. Roberts, George H. Stoughton. 

THOMPSON. — James N. Kingsbury, George H. Nichols, 
Oscar Tourtellotte. 

TOLLAND. — Charles U. Brooks,* David A. Brown, Ed- 
ward E. Fuller,* William D. Holman, Frank T. Newcomb.* 

TORRINGTON. — Charles F. Brooker, Isaac W. Brooks, 
John N. Brooks, John W. Brooks, Edward T. Coe, George 
E. Cole, Willard A. Cowles,* James A. Doughty, James 
Fitzgerald, Jr.,* Frank W. Hubbard. Carlos C. Huntington, 
Sidney S. Ingham, Charles L. McNeil, Charles W. O'Dell, 
Willard A. Roraback, F. M. Travis, Clive B. Vincent. 

TRUMBULL. — Louis M. Wakeley.* 

UNION. — J. W. Winch.* - 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 175 

VERNON. — William W. Andross, B. H. Bill,* A. H. 
Crossley,* Erwin 0. Dimock,* W. Frank Fay, John E. Fisk,* 
E. L. Heath,* E. Stevens' Henry, John H. Kite,* Martin 
Laubscher, Emerson W. Moore, William V. McNerney,* 
Charles Phelps,* Lester D. Phelps, Francis B. Skinner,* 
Lyman T. Tingier.* 

VOLUNTOWN. — George W. Rouse, Joseph C. Tanner. 

WALLINGFORD. — Julia E. Austin, Clarence H. Brown, 
Henry L. Davis,* Carolyn E. Dickerman, Oswin H. D. Fow- 
ler,* Charles A. Harrison,* L. M. Hubbard,* Bennet Jeralds, 

E. M. Johnson, John A. Martin, Othniel I. Martin,* Edwin S. 
May, William H. Newton, Gilbert G. Thompson,* Willis A. 
Trask. 

WARREN. — E.- B. Sedgwick,* Noble B. Strong.* 
WASHINGTON. — A. S. Baldwin,* Edwin H. Beards- 
ley,* James W. Brasie,* Henry J. Church, William H. Don- 
gal,* Guy C. Ford, Samuel C. Kingman, Gould C. Whittlesey. 
WATERBURY. — Anson F. Abbott,* George W. Beach, 
Luizi Bertolie, William W. Bonnett,* John A. Boyd, Albert 
J. Blakesley, Augustus M. Blakesley, Francis P. Brett,* 
C. H. Bronson, Nathaniel R. Bronson,* Frank J. Brown, 
Burton G. Bryan, Wilbur P. Bryan, Frank B. Buck,* R. 
H. Buck,* Lucien F. Burpee, A. Melrose Burritt, Maurice 

F. Carmody,* Loren R. Carter,* William J. Cassidy,* 
Charles S. Chapman,* Samuel W. Chapman,* Cornelius C. 
Chambers, Henry S. Chase, Frederick W. Chesson, Charles 

C. Commerford,* Edward F. Cole, Walter H. Cooke, George 
H. Cowell, George H. Crane, Frank H. Crockford, Frank- 
lin L. Curtis, Daniel M. Davis, C. M. De Mott* John 
B. Doherty, Frank W. Elsdor, F. B. Field, Albert G. Finney, 

D. E. Fitzpatrick,* Walter D. Ford, J. Merrick Gallound, 
Charles W. Gillette, Richard F. Gradv,* Charles J. Griggs,*' 
Charles E. Hall,* R. E. Hall, Charles H. Hart, Jay H. Hart,* 
Glover S. Hastings, Christian Hauser,* C. M. Hawes,* Gil- 
man C. Hill, J. H. Hurlbut, T. R. Hyde, Jr.,* William P. 
Jarrett,* John Edward Johnson, George E. Judd,* Charles 
P. Kellogg,* John P. Kellogg, Stephen W. Kellogg, Frederick 
J. Kingsbury, Charles E. Lamb,* Charles S. Lang,* Thomas 
F. Lawlor, Floyd S. Lewis, Robert A. Lowe,* William H. 
Lowe,* Charles A. Mason, William R. Mattison, William B. 
Merriman, C. E. Miller, Charles F. Mitchell, Edwin W. Moor- 
ing, Jr., Thomas F. McMahon, William E. Norris,* F. M. 
Peasley, Hugh A. Pendlebury,* Ellis Phelan, Wilson H. 
Pierce, James V. Reed,* George Robbins, Edward T. Rogers, 
Charles G. Root, E. T. Root, Henry L. Rowland, Herbert S. 
Rowland, James E. Russell, William J. Schlegel, Edward L. 
Seery, Charles H. Skilton, Charles E. Smith,* Earl Smith, 
William G. Smith,* Fred A. Spencer, Mark L. Sperry,* Henry 
T. Stedman,* Jacob L. Sweiger,* George E. Terry, Silas B. 
Terry, Dennis H. Tierney,* C. Fred Trott, Domenico Trotta, 



17(> NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Frank H. Trowbridge, Ed. L. Turtle, Le Roy Upson,* John 
H. Way, Daniel F. Webster, John W. Webster,* Nelson J. 
Welton,* Harrison Whitney,* Porter L. Wood,* Roger S. 
Wotkyns. 

WATERTOWN. — Bennett C. Atwood, F. S. R. Douglass,* 
Howard M. Hickcox,* Burton H. Mattoon. 

WEST HARTFORD. — Myron A. Andrews,* William A. 
Erviiig. 

WESTON. — Alexander Hamilton, Martin Y. B. Row- 
land.* 

WESTPORT.— Joseph G. Hyatt, George P. Jennings, 
William Edgar Nash,* Henry E. Sherwood,* Rufus Wake- 
man,* Benjamin L. Woodworth.* 

WETHERSFIELD. — Thomas N. Hanmer, H. Kirke 
Woodbridge. 

WILLINGTON. — L. W. Holt, Adolph Korper, Annie A. 
Preston, Charles T. Preston.* 

WILTON. — George W. Banks,* Henry E. Chichester,* 
John C. Dudley,* Richard H. Fitch,* Josiah Gilbert, George 
R. Gray, Samuel W. Ruscoe, George Washington St. John. 

WINCHESTER. — W. T. Batcheller, Elliott B. Bronson, 
George M. Carrington,* John P. Cook, H. Hungerford 
Drake, Henry Gay, James P. Glynn,* Charles P. Hallett, 
Frank D. Hallett, Frederick Thatcher Harward, Samuel A. 
Herman, Richard T. Higgins,* Charles B. Holmes,* R. E. 
Holmes, Ralph W. Holmes, Samuel B. Home,* William 
F. Hurlbut,* Charles K. Hunt,* Dwight Phelps, William H. 
Phelps, Henry J. Pierre,* Harvey L. Roberts, George S. 
Rowe, James P. Shelley,* John F. Simmons,* Hubert P. 
Wetmore,* Warham H. Williams. 

WINDHAM. — Amos B. Adams, Charles N. Andrew, 
Walter Bennett,* W. L. Benton, Robert Binns, F. Clarence 
Bissell, Andrew J. Bowen,* John C. Brown, Huber Clark,* 
Curtis Dean, George M. Harrington, Samuel B. Harvey,* 

E. Harlow Holmes, John L. Hunter, Charles M. Kearnes,* 
Thomas J. Kelley,* H. C. Lathrop, D. A. Lyman,* George 
W. Melony,* John G. Mitchell, F. C. Moulton, Samuel G. 
Mowry,* Henry F. Royce,* Robert F. Stanton, Elliot B. 
Sumner, William Swift, C. H. Tiffany, Marcus L. Try on,* 
James Walden, Noah D. Webster.* 

WINDSOR. — Walter G. Allison,* Lorenzo D. Converse, 
Isaac W. Hakes, Jr.,* N. W. Hayden, George W. Hodge, Eli 
S. Hough, James G. Merwin,* W. I. Morse, James N. Stone. 

WINDSOR LOCKS. —James T. Coogan, 2d,* Frank E. 
Healy, John P. Healy, J. W. Johnson.* 

WOLCOTT. — Henry Minor.* 

WOODBRIDGE. — Henry E. Baldwin. 

AVOODBURY. — William Cothren, Henry Dawson, George 

F. Morris, Arthur D. Warner. 

WOODSTOCK. — Ebenezer Bishop, Ezra C. May, O. II. 
Perry, G. Clinton Williams.* 



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ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND COMMIS- 
SIONERS OF THE SUPERIOR 
COURT. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Attorneys at Law. 

Those marked * are Commissioners of the Superior Court. 

HARTFORD. — Sherman W. Adams, Allen C. Alderman, 
James P. Andrews, Leverett N. Austin, Joseph L. Barbour, 
Sylvester Barbour, Edward B. Bennett, Austin Brainard,* 
Calvin M. Brooks,* Charles H. Briscoe,* John H. Brocklesby, 
George O. Brott, Andrew J. Broughel, Jr., Percy S. Bryant, 
Albert C. Bill, John R. Buck,* John H. Buck,* Herbert S. 
Bullard,* Charles L. Burdett, Charles R. Burnham,* David 
S. Calhoun, J. Gilbert Calhoun, Elisha Carpenter,* George 
Case, Uriah Case, William C. Case, William S. Case, Frank- 
lin Chamberlin, Francis Chambers,* Charles R. Chapman, 
Charles H. Clarke, Sidney E. Clarke, Frank E. Cleveland,* 
George A. Conant,* James T. Coogan, 2d,* John W. Coogan, 
Horace Cornwall,* John C. Day, Robert C. Dickenson, Syl- 
vester C. Dunham, William L. Eaton, William W. Eaton, 
Frederick G. Eberle, Willard Eddy, Arthur F. Eggleston, 
George B. Fowler,* Charles E. Fellowes, J. Lincoln Fenn,* 
Harrison B. Freeman, Harrison B. Freeman, Jr., Andrew 
F. Gates,* George H. Gilman,* Ralph M. Grant, Charles E. 
Gross, Mary Hall,* William Hamersley, Robert Harbison, 
Joseph R. Hawley, John P. Healy,* Frank E. Healy,* Wil- 
liam F. Henney, John Hooker,* Henry A. Huntington,* E. 
H. Hyde, Jr.,* Frank E. Hyde, William Waldo Hyde,* 
Charles W. Johnson, Charles M. Joslyn,* George A. Kellogg, 
Thomas K. Kennedy, Josiah W. Levy,* George F. Lincoln, 
Dwight Loomis, Cooke Lounsbury, Theodore Lyman, Theo- 
dore M. Maltbie, Edwin E. Marvin, L. P. Waldo Marvin,* 
William L. Matson, George P. McLean,* William J. McCon- 
ville, Thomas McManus, Henry D. Mildeberger, Hiram R. 
Mills,* Daniel A. Markham, Leonard Morse, Leslie W. New- 
berry,* Hugh O'Flaherty, Francis H. Parker,* John C. Par- 
sons, Arthur Perkins,* Charles E. Perkins, Noble E. Pierce. 
Walter W. Pratt, Samuel O. Prentice, James J. Quinn,* 
Edward D. Robbins, Henry C. Robinson, Henry S. Robinson, 
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178 ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND 

Lucius F. Robinson, Charles M. Robinson,* Charles A. Saf- 
ford, Frederick A. Scott, Arthur L. Shipman, George G. 
Sill, George E. Sill, William E. Simonds, Herbert K. Smith, 
Lewis Sperry,* Lewis E. Stanton, Timothy E. Steele. John 
A. Stoughton, George G. Sumner, Henry E. Taintor, James 
H. Tallman, John A. Toohey,* Joseph P. Tuttle, Thomas G. 
Vail, Albert H.Walker, Thomas C. Waterous,* Roger Welles, 
Frank B. Williams,* John H. White,* Olin R. Wood. 

BLOOMFIELD.— William R. Adams,* Calvin M. Brooks,* 
Hiram R. Mills.* 

BRISTOL.— George A. Gowdy, Benedict M. Holden,* John 
J. Jennings, Roger S. Newell, Noble E. Pierce, Epaphroditus 
Peck, John Winslow. 

CANTON. — ColUnsville, Charles W. Ruic* 

EAST HARTFORD. — Percy S. Bryant, John A. Stough- 
ton. 

ENFIELD. — J. Warren Johnson; Thompsonville, Charles 
H. Briscoe,* George B. Fowler,* John Hamlin.* 

FARMINGTON. — James L. Cowles; Unionville, George 
E. Taft. 

GRANBY. — William C. Case, T. M. Maltbie. 

MANCHESTER. — Olin R. Wood; South Manchester, Her- 
bert O. Bowers,* Charles R. Hathaway; Buckland, Charles 
H. Owen. 

NEW BRITAIN. — George W. Andrew, John P. Bartlett, 
Milton H. Bassett, Lyman S. Burr, John Coats, William F. 
Delaney, Bernard F, Gaffney, Henry C. Gussman, Austin 
Hart,* Frank L. Hungerford, William C. Hungerford,* John 
H. Kirkham,* George W. Klett,* Philip J. Markley, Charles 
E. Mitchell, Henry O. Nash, James Roche, John Walsh, Rol- 
lin C. Wooster.* 

NEWINGTON. — Roger Welles.* 

SIMSBURY. — George P. McLean.* 

SOUTHINGTON. — Marcus H. Holcomb, Walter S. Mer- 
rill. 

SOUTH WINDSOR. — Leslie W. Newberry; East Wind- 
sor Hill, Lewis Sperry.* 

SUFFIELD. — Leverett N. Austin. 

WETHERSFIELD. — Edward D. Robbins. 

WINDSOR. — Poquonoch, Henry A. Huntington.* 

WINDSOR LOCKS. —James T. Coogan, 2d,* John P. 
Healy,* Frank E. Healy,* J. Warren Johnson. 



Commissioners of the Superior Court. 

Attorneys marked with a * above, and the following: 

HARTFORD. — George P. Gibson. 

BRISTOL. — Emerson R. Newell. 

EAST HARTFORD. — Samuel O. Goodwin. 



COMMISSIONERS OP TSE SUPERIOR COURT. 179 

EAST WINDSOR. — Andrew Hamilton. 
GLASTONBURY. — Henry S. Goslee, Edwin S. Westcott. 
GRANBY. — Horatio W. Eggleston. 
HARTLAND. — D wight W. Merrell. 
MANCHESTER.— John M. Shewry. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 
Attorneys at Law. 

NEW HAVEN. — George W. Adams,* John W. Ailing,* 
S. W. F. Andrews, Edward A. Anketell,* George L. Arm- 
strong,* Frederick L. Averill, E. P. Arvine,* Harry W. 
Asher,* Frederick W. Babcock,* Ward Bailey,* Roger S. 
Baldwin,* Simeon E. Baldwin, Francis G. Beach,* John K. 
Beach, Rodman V. Beach, George E. Beers,* William L. 
Bennett,* Herbert E. Benton,* Stuart Bidwell,* Frank S. 
Bishop,* James Bishop,* Henry T. Blake,* James K. Blake,* 
Levi N. Blydenburgh,* Charles F. Bollmann,* Dwight E. 
Bowers,* James P. Bree,* John W. Bristol,* Louis H. Bris- 
tol,* W T arren H. Bristol,* Samuel L. Bronson,* James J. 
Buchanan,* Edward G. Buckland,* Charles K. Bush,* Julius 
C. Cable,* David Callahan,* Timothy F. Callahan, William 
C. Case, William Scoville Case, Jonathan W. Chapin,* Pren- 
tice W. Chase,* James G. Clark,* John C. Clark,* L. W. 
Cleaveland,* John J. Clerkin,* Dennis W. Coleman,* George 
R. Cooley,* Martin Conlon, Charles T. Coyle, Leonard M. 
Daggett,* Harry G. Day,* Lucius P. Deming,* James D. 
Dewell, Jr.,* George L. Dickerman,* John A. Doolittle,* T. 
E. Doolittle,* Jerome F. Donovan,* Samuel S. Doroff,* Ed- 
win C. Dow,* Edward Downes, Cornelius T. Driscoll,* D. 
Cady Eaton, William H. Ely,* Jacob E. Emery, Charles 
M. Fabrique,* Samuel H. Fisher,* David E. Fitzgerald, 
Charles H. Fowler,* John S. Fowler,* O. H. D. Fowler,* 
Timothy J. Fox,* John C. Gallagher, Jacob P. Goodha.rt,* 
Arthur C. Graves,* William L. Green, George M. Gunn,* E. 
Edwin Hall,* George E. Hall,* Henry A. L. Hall,* Charles 
S. Hamilton,* Charles A. Harrison,* Henry B. Harrison, 
Lynde Harrison,* Paul W. Harrison,* Charles H. Hay den,* 
Carleton E. Hoadley,* John C. Hollister,* Hobart L. Hotch- 
kiss,* Leverett M. Hubbard,* Savilian R. Hull,* Charles R. 
Ingersoll,* George P. Ingersoll,* Louis E. Jacobs,* Frank 
H. Kelley,* Albert J. Kenyon,* William H. Kenyon,* 
Patrick F. Kiernan,* Charles Kleiner, Edward L. Linds- 
ley,* Seymour C. Loomis,* Bernard E. Lynch,* Burton 
Mansfield,* Augustine F. Maher, Edward J. Maher,* James 
B. Martin,* Sanford B. Martin,* A. McC. Mathewson, 
Charles B. Matthewman,* David T. McNamara, Daniel A. 
McWilliams,* William J. Mills,* Eli Mix,* James T. Moran,* 
Samuel C. Morehouse,* Joseph B. Morse,* Albert H. Moul- 
ton,* Wallace S. Moyle, Lyman E. Munson,* Henry G. New- 



180 ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND 

ton,* William P. Niles,* James E. O'Connor,* Arthur D. 
Osborne,* Arthur S. Qsborne,* George W. Osborn,* William 
S. Pardee,* Albert D. Penney,* L. L. Phelps, John P. Phil- 
lips,* Rufus S. Pickett,* James P. Pigott, Joseph D. 
Plunkett,* Philip Pond, 2d,* Walter Pond,* Matthew A. 
Reynolds,* A. Heaton Robertson,* George W. Robinson,* 
Edward H. Rogers,* Talcott H. Russell,* Paul Russo,* 
George D. Seymour, Bernard J. Shanley, Joseph Sheldon,* 
Benjamin S. Slade,* Edwin A. Smith,* Siegwart Spier,* 
Isadore A. Stein,* Henry Stoddard,* William B. Stoddard,* 
David Strouse,* John P. Studley, Charles L. Swan, Jr., Jason 
P. Thomson,* William K. Townsend, William Trumbull,* 
D wight W. Turtle, Grove J. Tuttle,* J. Birney Tuttle,* Julius 
Twiss,* Morris F. Tyler,* George A. Tyler,* Richard H. Ty- 
ner,* S. Harrison Wagner,* John B. Ward,* George D. 
Watrous,* Francis Wayland, Howard C. Webb,* James H. 
Webb,* Albert F. Welles,* Philip P. Wells,* Alfred N. 
Wheeler,* James E. Wheeler,* Charles A. White,* Henry 
C. White,* Henry D. White,* Oliver S. White,* Roger S. 
White,* Allyn B. Wilmot,* Isaac Wolfe, William A, Wright,* 
John F. Wynne,* Samuel A. York,* Samuel A. York, Jr.,* 
Edmund Zacher; Fair Haven, Curtis S. BushnelL* 

ANSONIA. — John D. Ballou,* George H. Ennis,* Morgan 
J. Flaherty,* Charles C. Ford,* Frederick W. Holden,* Mil- 
ton C. Isbel, Verrenice Munger,* Carlos H. Storrs,* Denis 
T. Walsh.* 

BRANFORD. — Edmund Zacher.* 

DERBY. — Alfred C. Baldwin,* William S. Downs,* An- 
drew J. Ewen,* Edwin B. Gager,* John W. Larkin,* Daniel 
E. McMahon,* James F. Torrance,* William H. Williams,* 
William B. Wooster.* 

EAST HAVEN. — S. W. F. Andrews, Dwight W. Tuttle, 
Grove J. Tuttle.* 

GUILFORD. — Lynde Harrison.* 

HAMDEN. — Lyman E. Munson,* James H. Webb;* 
Centerville, Charles S. Everest. 

MERIDEN. — George A. Clark,* Cornelius J. Danaher,* 
Wilbur F. Davis, Henry Dry hurst,* Frank S. Fay,* George 
A. Fay,* Willis I. Fenn, James Fitzgerald, Jr.,* Richard 
Gleeson, Leveret C. Hinman,* George L. King, Henry T. 
King,* E. A. Merriman,* William C. Mueller,* James P. 
Piatt,* Orville H. Piatt, Charles H. Sawyer,* John Q. 
Thayer.* 

MiDDLEBURY. — George S. Pope. 

MILFORD. — George W. Bristol,* George M. Gunn,* 
Henry C. Piatt,* Henry Stoddard,* William B. Stoddard.* 

NAUGATUCK. — Henry C. Baldwin,* William Kennedy,* 
William J. Neary,* Burton A. Peck,* John M. Sweeney.* 

ORANGE. — George W. Adams,* Samuel J. Bryant, 
Charles K. Bush,* James G. Clark,* Harris G. Eames,* 
Edwin S. Thomas* 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 181 

SEYMOUR. — Clifford J. Atwater,* Carlos H. Storm* 
WALLINGFORD. — Andrew J. Brown, Jr., O. H. D. Fow- 
ler,* Henry F. Hall,* Frederick J. Holmes, Charles A. Har- 
rison,* Leverett M. Hubbard.* 

WATERBURY. — Henry I. Bougliton, Francis P. Brett, 
Lucien F. Burpee, Nathaniel R. Bronson, Terrence F. Car- 
mody,* Florence Clohessey,* Edward F. Cole,* Charles A. 
Colley, George H„ Cowell, Harold R. Durant,* Charles W. 
Gillette,* Charles J. Griggs, Robert E. Hall,* John F. Holo- 
han,* John P. Kellogg,* Stephen W. Kellogg,* Greene 
Kendrick,* Frederick M. Peasley,* Thomas F. Lawlor,* 
Robert A. Lowe,* Samuel J. Marsh, William R. Mattison,* 
John O'Neill, Ellis Phelan, Wilson H. Pierce, Charles G. 
Root,* Linford F. Root,* James E. Russell, Edward R. 
Seery, Bryan J. Smith,* George E. Terry,* Daniel F. Web- 
ster, John W. Webster, Porter L. Wood.* 

Commissioners of the Superior Court. 

Attorneys marked with a * above, and the following: 

NEW HAVEN. — Francis G. Anthony, Robert E. Baldwin, 
William B. Barker, Edward L. Bassett, William H. Beecher, 
Timothy H. Bishop, Frederick Botsford, Charles A. Bray, 
Frederick H. Brethauer, William B. Brown, James A. Cap- 
orale, Edwin M. Clark, Frederick H. Cogswell, Leonard W. 
Cogswell, Horace Day, Eugene S. Del Grego, F. A. Dudley, 
James F. Flynn, Philip Goodhart, Owen A. Groark, Benja- 
min L. Lambert, John F. McHugh, Peter McQuaid, Dwight 
E. Merchant, Robert T. Merwin, Gardiner Morse, Sidney B. 
Oviatt, Frederick L. Perry, Jonathan W. Pond, Joseph B. 
Sargent, Michael T. Snigg, Carlos Smith, Edward F. Stevens, 
Henry H. Wellman. 

ANSONIA. — Benjamin Nichols. 

BEACON FALLS. — Julius A. Hart. 

BRANFORD. — Eli F. Rogers. 

DERBY. — George L. Beardsley, Albert F. Sherwood. 

EAST HAVEN. — Hiram Jacobs. 

GUILFORD. — John R. Rossiter. 

MILFORD. — Charles A. Tomlinson. 

NORTH HAVEN. — Whitney Elliott, Romanta T. Linsley. 

SEYMOUR, — S. Hart Culver. 

WALLINGFORD. — Francis C. Bartholomew. 

WATERBURY. — M. J. Brzezinski, Edward T. Rogers. 

WOODBRIDGE. — William H. Warner. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 
Attorneys at Law. 

NEW LONDON. — William Belcher, J. J. Bishop,* Au- 
gustus Brandegee, Frank B. Brandegee, W. J. Brennan, 



182 ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND 

Charles W. Butler, A. B. Calkins,* Ernst Chadwick,* Al- 
fred Coit, Robert Coit, William B. Coit, Richard L. Crump, 
Thomas F. Dorsey, R. P. Freeman, Jr., Charles A. Gallup, 
John C. Geary, Hadlai A. Hull,* Andrew C. Lippit, Bryan 
F. Mahan, Owen W. Mahan, Walter C. Noyes, Samuel Park, 
Gideon F. Raymond, William F. M. Rogers,* George D. Stan- 
ton, Jr.,* William M. Stark, Clayton B. Smith, Abel P. Tan- 
ner, Thomas M. Waller, Tracy Waller, Robert K. Waller, 
Charles B. Whittlesey. 

NORWICH. — William B. Aiken, Frank H. Allen, John C. 
Averill,* John H. Barnes,* Willis A. Briscoe, Lucius Brown, 
Frank T. Brown, Franklin H. Brown, Amos A. Browning, 
Henry H. Burnham, Edward T. Burke, Chas. W. Comstock, 
S. A. Crandall, Joseph T. Cunningham, J. J. Desmond. 
Roderick M. Douglass, Joseph T. Fanning, Gardiner Greene, 
John D. Hall, Jeremiah Halsey,* Edward Harland, William 
H. Jennings, Jr., Edwin C. Johnson, 2d, Solomon Lucas, 
Albert F. Park,* George E. Parsons, Donald G. Perkins, 
William H. Shields, Charles F. Thayer, S. H. Thresher,* 
Seneca S. Thresher, John T. Wait. 

COLCHESTER. — Erastus S. Day. 

EAST LYME. — A. I. Bush, Arthur B. Calkins. 

GRISWOLD. — Jewett City, Henry H. Burnham.* 

GROTON. — Mystic, John J. Copp, Lemuel Clift, Albert 
Denison,* F. H. Hinkley.* 

MONTVILLE. — C. W. Comstock. 

NORTH STONINGTON. — Wilfred A. Clark. 

OLD LYME. — Lyme, W. C. Noyes, Ernst Chadwick.* 

SALEM. — Gideon F. Raymond.* 

STONINGTON. — Albert B. Crafts, W. W. Chase,* George 
R. McKenna* (P. 0. Westerly, R. I.), George D. Stanton, Jr.,* 
H. A. Hull,* Charles Perrin.* 

WATERFORD. — Charles A. Gallup (P. O. New London). 

Commissioners of the Superior Court. 

Attorneys marked with a * above, and the following: 
NORWICH. — C. N. Hulbert. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 
Attorneys at Law. 

BRIDGEPORT. — Elmore S. Banks,* John W. Banks,* 
Frederic A. Bartlett,* Morris B. Beardsley,* William J. 
Beecher,* A. B. Beers,* Nathaniel W. Bishop,* William D. 
Bishop, William D. Bishop, Jr.,* Ebenezer Burr, Jr.,* Henry 
C. Burroughs,* Charles S. Canfield,* Frank M. Canfield,* 
George P. Carroll,* J. C. Chamberlain,* William H. Comley,* 
John Cullinan, Jr.,* Thomas N. Cullman,* Howard J. Cur- 
tis,* Daniel Davenport,* Lee P. Dean,* R. E. DeForest,* 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 183 

Chas. A. Doten,* Win. Eberling, Jr.,* Carl Foster,* V. R. C. 
Giddings,* L. K. Gould,* Edwin F. Hall,* W. T. Haviland,* 
Harry W. Hawley,* George E. Hill,* Herbert A. Hill,* 
William T. Hincks,* David F. Hollister,* William P. Hop- 
kins,* Frank J. Hughes,* Elbert O. Hull, Francis Ives,* 
Percy L. Johnson,* Stiles Judson, Jr.,* Patrick Kane,* 
Bernard Keating,* William H. Kelsey,* Jacob B. Klein, 
Howard H. Knapp,* D. B. Lockwood,* Sidney L. Lock- 
wood,* Sidney N. Lockwood,* James T. Lynch,* Charles 
W. Mann,* Michael C. McGuinness,* L. N. Middlebrook.* 
Edward F. Meeker, John L. Morehouse,* Edw. P. Nobbs,* 
William H. O'Hara,* James H. O'Rourke,* Allan W. Paige,* 
Eugene B. Peck,* Charles H. Peck,* John H. Perry,* John 
J. Phelan,* Patrick Phelan,* Frank L. Rogers,* James R. 
Seeley,* Morris W. Seymour,* Henry T. Shelton,* William R. 
Shelton,* Charles Sherwood,* Lucius M. Slade,* F. W. Smith, 
Jr., Goodwin Stoddard,* E, Stewart Sumner,* William H. 
Stevenson, Jesse A. Stewart,* A. M. Tallmadge,* Curtis 
Thompson,* James W. Thompson,* J. D. Toomey, Jr.,* Fred. 
W. Tracy,* Bacon Wakeman,* Howard N. Wakeman,* W. 
E. Walkley,* George W. Warner,* E. Livingston Wells,* 
George W. Wheeler,* James A. Wilson,* James A. Wilson, 
Sr.,* A. M. Wooster. 

D ANBURY. — A. T. Bates,* Lyman D. Brewster,* John 
R. Booth,* John F. Cuff,* Samuel A. Davis,* Eugene C. 
Dempsey, Benezet A. Hough,* William A. Leonard,* Charles 
W. Murphy, Henry A. Purdy,* Howard B. Scott,* Howard 
W. Taylor, Samuel Tweedy,* George Wakeman,* James E. 
Walsh,* Granville Whittlesey.* 

BROOKFIELD. — Samuel Sherman. 

FAIRFIELD. — Elmore S. Banks,* Frank L. Rogers,* 
Bacon Wakeman;* Southport, Charles M. Gilman,* John 
H. Perry,* Winthrop H. Perry,* Howard N. Wakeman,* 
E. Livingston Wells.* 

GREENWICH. — Edward Bartlett, Charles D. Burnes, 
Frederick A. Hubbard,* Stanley T. Jennings, George R. 
McNall,* James R. Mead,* Jeremiah Tierney,* James F. 
Walsh,* R. Jay Walsh.* 

HUNTINGTON. — Shelton, Ernest L. Staples.* 

NEWTOWN.— William J. Beecher,* Charles H. Northrop,* 

NORWALK. — Alfred E. Austin,* Leo Davis,* Orrando 
P. Dexter,* Henry E. Ferris,* Joseph A. Gray,* Henry W. 
Gregory, Frederick A. Hill,* James T. Hubbell,* J. Belden 
Hurlbutt,* E. M. Lockwood,* F. W. Perry,* Winthrop H. 
Perry,* John S. Seymour,* Levi Warner,* John J. Walsh,* 
Asa B. Woodward;* South Norwalk, Abiathar Blanchard, 
Russell Frost,* George A. Honnecker,* John H. Light,* 
Joseph Taylor,* Nelson Taylor.* 

RIDGEFIELD. — Melbert B. Cary.* 

SOUTH NORWALK. — Frederick A. Hill,* Leo Davis,* 
Geo. H. Vosburgh, Ji\* 



184 ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND 

STAMFORD. — W. J. H. Bohannan,* Galen A. Carter, 
Jr.,* Homer S. Cumniings,* Julius B. Curtis,* Louis J. Cur- 
tis,* Nichols C. Downs,* Samuel Fessenden,* H. Stanley 
Finch,* Robert A. Fosdick/' Nathaniel R. Hart,* John E. 
Keeler,* Michael Kenealy,* Benjamin Lockwood,* James 
H. Olmstead,* Clarence L. Reid,* Edwin L. Scofield,* Ed- 
ward M. Troy,* Samuel Young.* 

STRATFORD. — George W. Carey,* Howard J. Curtis,* 
Edwin F. Hall,* Arden L. Judd, Stiles Judson, Jr.,* Charles 
H. Peck* (P. O. Bridgeport). 

WESTPORT. — J. G. Hyatt,* Edward M. Lees,* Samuel 
Wood.* 

Commissioners of the Superior Court. 

Attorneys marked with a * above, and the following: 

BETHEL. — Howard H. Woodman. 

BRIDGEPORT. — Frederick J. Holmes, Sigmund Loe- 
with, William J. Nichols. 

D ANBURY. — Thomas G. Barnum, Timothy Jones, Al- 
mond D. Powers. 

EASTON. — George J. Banks. 

FAIRFIELD. — Edward L. Wells. 

GREENWICH. — George D. Archer, Charles Cameron, 
Charles E. Merritt, Benjamin C. McKenney, Charles A. New- 
man. 

HUNTINGTON. — Stephen T. Palmer, Horace Wheeler, 

MONROE. — Stephen B. Hayes. 

NEW CANAAN. — Francis M. Bliss, Russell L. Hall, Geo. 
M. Olmstead, Burling D. Purdy. 

NEW FAIRFIELD. — Edward Jennings, John J. Tread- 
well, Hendrick H. Wildman. 

NEWTOWN. — Walter S. Bradley. 

NORWALK.— Charles Olmstead, Herbert R. Smith, Chris- , 
tian Swartz, William F. Tammany, Oliver E. Wilson. 

REDDING. — George A. Sanford. 

RIDGEFIELD. — George Boughton, Hiram K. Scott. 

SHERMAN. — Daniel B. Mallory. 

STAMFORD.— Samuel P. Fosdick, Martin J. Gray, Benja- 
min C. McKenney, Samuel Young. 

STRATFORD. — Albert Wileoxson. 

TRUMBULL. — Legrand G. Beers. 

WESTPORT. — Frederick Bradley, Edwin L. Stevenson. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 
Attorneys at Law. 

WINDHAM. — Willimantic, Walter A. Bennett, A. J. 
Bowen, E. Frank Bugbee, Huber Clark, Curtis Dean,* John 
M. Hall, Samuel B. Harvey, John L. Hunter, Thomas J. 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 185 

Kelley, William A. King,* George W. Meloney, John G. 
Mitchell, Elliott B. Sumner. 

BROOKLYN. — Clarence E. Cundall (P. O. Danielson). 

KILLINGLY. — Danielson, A. G. Bill, Clarence E. Cundall. 
J. H. Potter, L. H. Richard,* Milton A. Shumway. 

PLAINFIELD. — Central Tillage, John J. Penrose.* 

PUTNAM. — Arthur C. Baker, John P. Carpenter,* Eric 
H. Johnson,* Ambrose I. Moriarity, Frank F. Russell,* 
Charles E. Searles,* Samuel H. Seward, Charles L. Torrey,* 
Edgar M. Warner.* 

THOMPSON. — Randolph H. Chandler,* Abiel Converse, 
Charles E. Searls.* 

WOODSTOCK. — G. Clinton Williams. 

Commissioners of the Superior Court. 

Attorneys marked with a * above, and the following: 
WINDHAM. — F. Clarence Bissell, Benoni Bates. 
PLAINFIELD. — Walter K. Nichols, Nathaniel P. Thomp- 
son. 
PUTNAM. — Arthur C. Baker, E. H. Johnson. 
EASTFORD. — James M. Keith. 
POMFRET. — Ralph J. Sabin. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Attorneys at Law. 

LITCHFIELD. — Charles B. Andrews, Charles D. Bur- 
rill,* George A. Hickox,* John T. Hubbard, Walter S. Judd. 
D wight C. Kilbourn,* William L. Ransom, Elbert P. Roberts, 
George M. Woodruff, Wheaton F. Dowd,* James P. Wood- 
ruff.* 

CORNWALL. — William W. Bierce, Leonard J. Nickerson 
(P. O. West Cornwall). 

NEW HARTFORD. — Frederick A. Jewell. 

NEW MILFORD.— John F. Addis, Frank W. Marsh, James 
H. McMahon, Henry S. Sanford,* Frederick M. Williams.* 

NORTH CANAAN. — Canaan, A. T. Roraback,* J. Henry 
Roraback.* 

PLYMOUTH. — Terryville, Henry B. Plumb. 

SALISBURY. — Howard F. Landon,* Donald J. Warner,* 
Donald T. Warner; Lakeville, Hubert Williams. 

SHARON. — Willard Baker,* Albert M. Card.* 

THOMASTON. — Albert P. Bradstreet, Frank W. Ether- 
idge. 

TORRINGTON. — Frank W. Hubbard,* Charles A. Pal- 
mer,* Willard A. Roraback, Gideon H. Welch. 

WATERTOWN. — C. B. Atwood. 

WINCHESTER. — West Winsted, E. M. Clossey, Flori- 



186 ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND 

mond D. Fyler,* S. B. Home,* William F. Hurlbut,* Frank 
B. Munn,* James F. Shelley, Wellington B. Smith;* Winsted, 
Augustus H. Fenn, Samuel A. Herman,* Richard T. Hig- 
gins,* Hiram P. Lawrence,* Charles S. Matthews,* Frank 
W. Seymour. 

WOODBURY. — William Cothren,* James Huntington,* 
Arthur D. Warner. 

Commissioners of the Superior Court. 

Attorneys marked with a * above, and the following: 

LITCHFIELD. — Wheaton F. Dowd. 

BARKHAMSTED. — Samuel H. Case. 

BETHLEHEM. -- George C. Stone. 

COLEBROOK. — George S. Ives. 

CORNWALL. — George H. Beers, Delle N. Cochrane. 

HARWINTON.— William A. Birden, Willis Catlin, George 
W. Dains, Marvin Pierce, Norman A. Wilson. 

NEW MILFORD. — Francis X. Richmond. 

PLYMOUTH. — Byron Tuttle. 

ROXBURY. — Minot L. Bearclsley, Albert L. Hodge. 

SALISBURY. — George B. Burrall (P. O. Lakeville). 

TORRINGTON. — W. M. P. Shelton. 

WARREN. — A. B. Camp, Franklin A. Curtis, Henry E. 
Shove. 

WASHINGTON. — Orlando Brown, William H. Doughal, 
William J. Ford. 

WINCHESTER. — William L. Munsill. 

WOODBURY. — Minot L. Beardsley, Bernard Higgins. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Attorneys at Law. 

MIDDLETOWN. — Arthur W. Bacon, Clarence E. Bacon, 
Conrad G. Bacon, Eldon B. Birdsey, Henry E. Burton, 
Arthur B. Calef,* Arthur B. Calef, Jr., M. Eugene Culver, 
Jeremiah J. Dempsey, William J. de Mauriac, Elmer G. 
Derby, Daniel J. Donahoe, John M. Douglas, Jr., William 
T. Elmer, Frank D. Haines, Lovell Hall, D. Ward Northrop, 
Wesley U. Pearne, Robert G. Pike, Charles M. Robinson,* 
Silas A. Robinson, Charles G. R. Vinal, Harris Warner. 

CHESTER. — J. Tillotson Clarke, Washington F. Willcox. 

CLINTON. — J. H. Cooke. 

EAST HADDAM. — Julius Attwood,* Hiram Willey, E. 
Emory Johnson (P. O. Moodus). 

ESSEX. — James Phelps, James L. Phelps, Northam 
Wright; Ivory ton, Eben P. Lincoln. 

HADDAM. — Willard Eddy (P. O. Hartford), Rollin U. 
Tyler. 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 187 

PORTLAND. — John M. Murdoch. 

SAYBROOK. — Washington F. Willcox (P. 0. Deep River). 

Commissioners of the Superior Court. 

Attorneys marked with a * above, and the following: 
CHATHAM. — John C. Strong (P. 0. East Hampton). 
CROMWELL. — Marvin R. Warner. 
SAYBROOK. — Gilbert W. Dennison, John W. Marvin. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Attorneys at Law. 

TOLLAND. — Edwin S. Agard. 
AND OVER. — Mvron P. Yeomans. 
COVENTRY. — Curtis Dean. 
ELLINGTON. — Francis M. Charter. 
HEBRON. — Anson Little. 

SOMERS. — S. Fuller; Somersville, H. S. Stevenson. 
STAFFORD. — Stafford Springs, C. H. King. J. H. Reed. 
VERNON.— BocJcville, Benezet H. Bill, John E. Fisk, 
Charles Phelps, L. T. Tingier. 

Commissioners of the Superior Court. 

HEBRON. — William S. Ellis, George C. Hutchinson. 
MANSFIELD. — John N. Barrows. 

STAFFORD. — Isaiah Hiscock, E. Y. Fisk, F. L. Bachel- 
der. 
UNION. — William W. Parks, J. W. Winch, M. H. Kinney. 
VERNON. — W. Frank Fay, L. D. Phelps. 
WILLINGTON. — L. W. Holt. 



188 COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR OTHER STATES. 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR 
OTHER STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



STATES. 



ALABAMA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

ARKANSAS. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; Neic Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

CALIFORNIA. — Hartford, Win. J. McConville; New 
Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland, William A. Wright. 

COLORADO. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

DELAWARE. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

FLORIDA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland, William Wright; Norwich, Allen 
Tenney; D anbury, Eugene M. Bulkley, Wauregan C. Hunt. 

GEORGIA. — Hartford, Harry R. Knox, Everett L. Morse, 
J. H. Phillips, Henry E. Taintor, Wm. J. McConville; New 
Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland, John C. Hollister, Wil- 
liam A. Wright; New Milford, Le Roy H. Randall. 

IDAHO. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

ILLINOIS. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
William A. Wright. 

INDIANA. — Har tf or d, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland, William A. Wright. 

IOWA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, Liv- 
ingston W. Cleaveland. 

KANSAS. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor, Win. J. McCon- 
ville; New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland, William A. 
Wright. 

KENTUCKY. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

LOUISIANA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

MAINE. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, Liv- 
ingston W. Cleaveland. 

MARYLAND. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

MASSACHUSETTS. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor, Wm. 
J. McConville; New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland, John 
C. Hollister, William A. Wright; Stamford, William F. 
Waterbury. 

MICHIGAN. — Hartford, William J. Hickmott, Henry 
E. Taintor; New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland, John 
C. Hollister; Saybrook (Deep River P. O.), John W. Marvin; 
Rockville, Halsey L. Allen; Waterbury, Franklin L. Curtis. 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOB. OTHER STATES. 189 

MINNESOTA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

MISSISSIPPI. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; Neiv Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

MISSOURI. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

MONTANA. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

NEBRASKA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

NEVADA. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New 
Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland, William A. Wright. 

NEW JERSEY. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland, John C. Hollister, William A. 
Wright; Bridgeport, George W. Warner; Stamford, William 
F. Waterbury. 

NEW YORK. — Hartford, Sylvester Barbour, Charles E. 
Fellowes, William J. McConville, Francis H. Parker, Henry 
E. Taintor; New Haven, Frederick W. Babcock, Livingston 
W. Cleaveland, Charles H. Fowler, John C. Hollister, Ho- 
bart L. Hotchkiss, David Strouse; Waterbury, Nathaniel R. 
Bronson; Naugatuck, John M. Sweeney; New London, Au- 
gustus Brandegee, Martin B. Waller; Norwich, Henry H. 
Burnham, Gardiner Greene, Jr.; Bridgeport, Morris B. 
Beardsley, Samuel T. Houghton, Albert J. Middlebrook. 
George W. Warner; Greenivich, George G. McNall, Jeremiah 
Tierney, R. Jay Walsh; Nor walk, B. W. Maples; South Nor- 
walk, Russell Frost; Ridgefield, Hiram K. Scott; Stamford, 
Nathaniel R. Hart, Benjamin Lockwood, William F. Water- 
bury; Litchfield, George M. Woodruff; Westport, Joseph G. 
Hyatt; West Winsted, William F. Hurlbut; Woodbury, Wil- 
liam Cothren; Middletoivn, Arthur B. Calef ; Saybrook, (Deep 
River P. O.), John W. Marvin. 

NORTH CAROLINA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New 
Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

OHIO. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, Liv- 
ingston W. Cleaveland. 

OREGON. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

PENNSYLVANIA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New 
Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland, John C. Hollister. 

RHODE ISLAND. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New 
Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland; Stonington, James W. 
Dav,' James E. Denison. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. — Hartford, Win. E. Simonds, Henry 
E. Taintor; New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland, L. E. 
Munson, G. W. Osborn, A. Heaton Robertson, William A. 
Wright; Stonington, W. J. H. Pollard. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleave- 
land. 

TENNESSEE. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 



190 COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR OTHER STATES. 

TEXAS. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

UTAH. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

VERMONT. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

VIRGINIA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

WASHINGTON. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleavela nd. 

WEST VIRGINIA. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New 
Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

WISCONSIN. — Hartford, Henry E. Taintor; New Haven, 
William A. Wright. 

WYOMING. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

TERRITORIES. 

ALASKA. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

ARIZONA. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. — New Haven, Livingston W. 
Cleaveland. I J 

NEW MEXICO. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

INDIAN TERRITORY. — New Haven, Livingston W. 
Cleaveland. 

OKLAHOMA. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 

COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADIAN PROVINCES. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleave- 
land. 
NOVA SCOTIA. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 
ONTARIO. — New Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 
QUEBEC. — Neto Haven, Livingston W. Cleaveland. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 191 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



[Dates given below indicate the expiration of official terms.'] 
HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Commissioners. — Edward W. Dewey, Granby, July 1, 
1897; Robert A. Potter, Bristol; and Frederick W. Dean, 
Glastonbury, July 1, 1899. 

County Treasurer. — Marcus H. Holcomb, Southington. 

State's Attorney. — Arthur F. Eggleston, Hartford. 

Assistant State's Attorney. — John H. Buck, Hartford. 

Clerk of Courts. — Charles W. Johnson, Hartford. 

Assistant Clerk. — George A. Conant, Hartford. 

Stenographer. — John Walsh, New Britain. 

Prosecuting Agents. — Andrew F. Gates, Hartford; Ly- 
man S. Burr, New Britain; Epaphroditus Peck, Bristol; 
Charles R. Hathaway, South Manchester; John Hamlin, 
Thompsonville. 

Sheriff. — Edwin J. Smith, Hartford, June 1, 1899. 

Deputy Jailers. — Robert W. Kellogg, Michael D. Con- 
ners, and Ollie Cleveland. 

Night Deputy Jailer. — William F. Clarke. 

Deputy Sheriffs.— Hartford, Thomas B. Chapman, Richard 
B. Hetherton, George Senk, William C. Fielding; New Bri- 
tain, LeRoy M. Cowles; Manchester, Geo. H. Hall; Enfield, 
George L. Wilson; W^est Hartford, John M. Foote, Jr., Suf- 
field, John L. Wilson; East Granby, F. H. Dibble; Bristol, 
Albert L. Morse; Canton, Frank H. Bidwell; Farmington, 
William H. Bronson; Glastonbury, James L. Sheffield; 
Plainville, E. S. Belden; Simsbury, John W. Phelps, 
Southington, Thos. F. Eagan; Berlin, William H. Gibney; 
Windsor, Edson A. Welch; East Windsor, Charles Heath. 

Coroner. — Henry E. Taintor, Hartford; Deputy, J. Gilbert 
Calhoun. 

Medical Examiners. — Hartford, Horace S. Fuller; Avon, 
John L. North; Berlin, Robert E. Ensign; Bloomfield, ■ 



; Bristol, George S. Hull; Burlington and Canton, 

George F. Lewis of Canton; East Granby, C. M. Wooster; 
East Hartford, Edward H. Griswold; East Windsor, H. O. 
Allen; Enfield, Edward F. Parsons; Farmington, S. J. Ed- 
ge rton; Glastonbury, H. C. Bunce; Granby and Hartland, 
Alfred J. Weed of Granby; Manchester, J. N. Parker; Marl- 
borough, H. C. Bunce; New Britain, B. N. Comings; Newing- 
ton, W. W. Knight of Hartford; Plainville, Theodore G. 



192 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Wright; Rocky Hill, Rufus W. Griswold; Simsbury, C. M. 
Wooster; Southington, Willard G. Steadrnan; South Wind- 
sor, Charles L. Blakeslee; Suffield, James K. Mason; West 
Hartford, W. W. Knight of Hartford; Wethersfield, Abner 
S. Warren; Windsor, Newton S. Bell; Windsor Locks, S. R. 
Burnap. 

County Health Officer. — Daniel A. Markham, Hartford, 
first Monday of June, 1896. 

Town Health Officers. — For four years from the first Mon- 
day in October, 1895: Glastonbury, Charles G. Rankin; 
West Hartford, Lorenzo D. McLean; Berlin, Robert E. En- 
sign; New Britain, Wilbur P. Bunnell; East Granby, William 
A. Foster; Burlington, John Luby; Hartland, Clifford Cow- 
dry. For three years from the first Monday in October, 1893 
Rocky Hill, Frank L. Burr; Enfield, George T. Finch 
Wethersfield, Edward G. Fox; Plainville, J. Norris Bull 
Avon, John L. North; Farmington, Samuel J. Edgerton 
Bloomfield, Oliver K. Isham. For four years from the first 
Monday in October, 1893: East Hartford, Edward H. 
Griswold; Suffield, Jarvis K. Mason; Windsor Locks, Joseph 
A. Coogan; Manchester, Mark S. Bradley; Marlborough, 
John W. Day; East Windsor, Philip H. Sellew; Canton, 
George F. Lewis. For, four years from first Monday in Octo- 
ber, 1894: Bristol, William W. Horton; Newington, John 
S. Kirkham; Windsor, Newton S. Bell; Southington, James 
H. Osborne; South Windsor, Charles L. Blakeslee; Granby, 
Alfred J. Weed; Simsbury, Charles M. Wooster. 

Game Warden. — Abbott C. Collins, Hartford, Aug. 1. 
1897. 

Fish Warden. — Abbott C. Collins, Hartford, Aug. 1, 1897. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

Commissioners. — John L. Lindley, Ansonia, July 1, 1897; 
Jacob D. Walter, Cheshire; and Albert B. Durham, Seymour, 
July 1, 1899. 

County Treasurer. — Hiram Jacobs, East Haven. 

State's Attorney. — William H. Williams, Derby. 

Assistant State's Attorney. — George E. Terry, Waterbury. 

Clerk of Courts. — Edward A. Anketell, New Haven. 

Assistant Clerks. — John S. Fowler, New Haven; Edward 
F. Cole, Waterbury. 

Stenographer. — F. H. Cogswell. 

Prosecuting Agents. — James D. Dewell, New Haven; 
D wight W. Tuttle, East Haven; Charles Sawyer, Meriden; 
Wm. R. Mattison, Waterbury; John M. Sweeney, Naugatuck; 
Charles Ford, Ansonia; Alfred E. Baldwin, Derby. 

Sheriff. — Charles R. Spiegel, June 1, 1899. 

Jailer. — Charles R. Spiegel. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — New Haven, Henry P. Spiegel, Richard 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 193 

W. Kirck, J. Peter Dejon, Joseph R. Warren, Win. E. Hig- 
gins, Louis A. Koon; Derby, Adelbert F. Bradley; Ansonia, 
Wm. L. Parmelee; Seymour, Rufus J. Spencer; Oxford, 
Frederick W. Hubbell; Naugatuck, James E. Sweeney; 
Waterbury, William J. Rigney; Orange, Herbert P. Wheeler; 
Milford, George E. Mallory; Branford, George T. Benton; 
North Haven, David L. Clinton; Wallingford, William A. 
Booth; Meriden, Adolph T. Duis. 

Coroner. — Eli Mix, New Haven. 

Medical Examiners. — New Haven, Moses C. White; An- 
sonia, William H. Conklin; Beacon Falls, E. H. Johnson of 
Naugatuck; Bethany, John W. Barker of Woodbridge; Bran- 
ford, C. W. Gaylord; Cheshire, E. T. Cornwall; Derby, 
George L. Beardsley; East Haven, Gustavus Eliot of New 
Haven; Guilford, G. P. Reynolds; Hamden, George H. 
Joslyn; Madison, Daniel M. Webb; Meriden, G. H. Wilson; 
Middlebury, Augustin A. Crane (P. O. Waterbury); Milford, 
E. B. Heady; Naugatuck, Franklin B. Tuttle; North Bran- 
ford, C. W. Gaylord of Branford; North Haven, Robert B. 
Goodyear; Orange, John F. Barnett; Oxford, Lewis Barnes; 
Prospect, Frederick G. Graves of Waterbury; Seymour, 
Elias W. Davis; Southbury, John M. Shepherd; Wallingford. 
James D. McGaughey; Waterbury, Thomas L. Axteile; Wol- 
cott, Thomas L. Axteile of Waterbury; Woodbridge, John W. 
Barker. 

County Health Officer. — Carleton E. Hoadley, New Haven, 
first Monday in June, 1898. 

Town Health Officers. — For three years from the first 
Monday of October, 1893: Milford, Elias B. Headey; North 
Branford, Charles L. Gaylord; Orange, John F. Barnett; 
Oxford, Lewis Barnes; Southbury, William H. Wakelee. 
For four years from the first Monday of October, 1893: 
Seymour, Frank A. Benedict; Wallingford, William P. Wil- 
son; Waterbury, Bernard A. O'Hara; Woodbridge, John W. 
Barker; Prospect, John R. Piatt. For four years from the 
first Monday of October, 1894: Bethany, Samuel G. David- 
son; Wolcott, J. Henry Garrigus; Beacon Falls, Emerson 
J. Terrell; East Haven, J. A. Hutchinson; Middlebury, 
George B. Bristol. For four years from the first Monday in 
October, 1895: Branford, Walter H. Zink; Cheshire, My- 
ron N. Chamberlain; Guilford, Gideon P. Reynolds; Hamden. 
George H. Joslin; Madison, Alveno D. Ayres; Meriden, Edgar 
A. Wilson; New Haven, Louis J. Gaynor; North Haven, 
Robert B. Goodyear. 

Game Warden. — Michael McNerney, Seymour. 

Fish Warden. — Luzerne A. Brockett, North Haven. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 
Commissioners. — Gilbert L. Hewitt, Norwich, July 1, 
1897; John T. Batty, Groton (P. O. Mystic), July 1, 1899; 
George O. Jackson, Colchester, July 1, 1899. 
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194 COUNTY OFFICEKS. 

County Treasurer. — Gardiner Greene, Norwich, 
State's Attorney. — Solomon Lucas, Norwich. 
Clerk of Courts. — John C. Averill, Norwich. 
Assistant Clerk. — George E. Parsons, Norwich. 
Stenographer. — Paul C. F. Hoffman, Norwich. 
Prosecuting Agent. — Henry H. Buniham, Griswold (P. 
O. Jewett City). 
Sheriff. — Frank Hawkins, New London, June 1, 1899. 
Deputy Jailers. — Denison J. Champlin, Norwich; Sidney 

A. Brown, New London. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Norwich, Denison J. Champlin, Joab 

B. Rogers, Arthur L. Story; New London, Sidney A. Brown, 
J. N. Carroll; Colchester, George O. Jackson; Lebanon, 
Charles B. Noyes; North Stonington, Gilbert Billings; 
Mystic Bridge, John H. Hoxie; Stonington, William O. At- 
wood. 

Coroner. — Franklin H. Brown, Norwich. 

Medical Examiners. — New London, A. W. Nelson; Nor- 
wich, Lewis S. Paddock; Bozrah, Nathan Johnson (P. O. 
Bozrahville) ; Colchester, M. W. Robinson; East Lyme, 
Frederick H. Dart (P. O. Niantic); Franklin and Sprague, 
Thales I. Stanton (P. O. Baltic); Griswold, George H. 
Jennings (P. O. Jewett City); Groton, Orrin E. Minor (P. O. 
Noank); Lebanon, Edward L. Danielson; Voluntown and 
Lisbon, Sanford H. Holmes (P. O. Jewett City); Lyme, 
J. G. Ely (P. O. Hamburgh); Montville, William M. Burch- 
ard; North Stonington, E. H. Knowles; Old Lyme, George W. 
Harris (P. O. Lyme); Preston, George R. Harris (P. O. 
Norwich); Salem, Charles F. Congdon; Stonington, Geo. D. 
Stanton; Waterford, G. Maynard Minor; Ledyard, N. B. 
Lewis. 

County Health Officer. — Charles F. Thayer, Norwich, 
first Monday of June, 1898. 

Town Health Officers. — For four years from first Monday 
of October, 1895: Norwich, Edward H. Linnell; Salem, 
Chas. F. Congdon; Franklin, E. L. Danielson; Lisbon, Henry 
Lyon (P. O. Greeneville) ; Montville, William M. Burchard. 
For three years from first Monday of October, 1893: Pres- 
ton, Orrin F. Harris; Griswold, George H. Jennings (P. O. 
Jewett City) ; Voluntown, Joel K. Bitgood; Colchester, Myron 
W. Robinson; Ledvard, Edwin Case. For four years from 
first Monday of October, 1893: Old Lyme, W. H. H. Wal- 
lace; Waterford, Geo. Maynard Minor; East Lyme, Fred 
H. Dart; Sprague, Thales I. Stanton; Lyme, J. G. Ely. For 
four years from first Monday of October, 1894: Groton, 
John Gray; North Stonington, Edwin H. Knowles; Bozrah, 
Nathan Johnson; Lebanon, E. L. Danielson; Stonington, 
Oscar M. Barber (P. O. Mystic). 

Game Warden. — Amasa W. Main, North Stonington, 
November 29, 1897. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 195 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Commissioners. — Whitman S. Mead, Greenwich, July 1, 
1897; Henry Lee, Bridgeport, and James E. Miller, Redding, 
July 1, 1899. 

County Treasurer. — Tallmadge Baker, Norwalk. 

State's Attorney. — Samuel Fessenden, Stamford. 

Clerk of Courts. — William R. Shelton, Bridgeport. 

Assistant Clerks.— William T. Haviland, Bridgeport; John 
R. Booth, Danbury. 

Stenographer. — Frank G. Fowler, Bridgeport. 

Prosecuting Agents. — Percy L. Johnson, Jesse A. Stewart, 
Bridgeport; Elbert O. Hull, Monroe; E % M. Lockwood, Nor- 
walk; James F. Walsh, Greenwich; John R. Booth, Dan- 
bury. 

Sheriff. — Sidney E. Hawley, Bridgeport, June 1, 1899. 

Deputy Jailers. — Bridgeport, William Scofield; Danbury, 
Matthew W. Scott. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Bridgeport, Joseph W. Johnson, Peter 
Doolan, Jr., George Heisler, Jr.; Danbury, Harris L. Cro- 
futt; South Norwalk, Frederick S. Lyon, Jr.; Stamford, 
Theodore Miller; Bethel, George H. Hawley; Fairfield, Wal- 
lace M. Bulkley; Greenwich, James H. Fitz Roy; James M. 
Kenney (P. O. Sound Beach); Huntington, Selah G. Blake- 
man; Monroe, Orville H.Hull; Newtown, M.Carleton Rogers; 
Ridgefield, N. P. Willis Powers; Sherman, Warren C. Allen; 
Stratford, Charles E. Stagg; Trumbull, Arthur E. Plumb; 
Westport, Frederick Kemper. 

Coroner. — Charles A. Doten, Bridgeport. 

Medical Examiners. — Bridgeport, F. B. Downs; Danbury, 
W. C. Wile; Bethel, A. E. Barbour; Brookfield, A. L. Wil- 
liams; Darien, Wm. F. French; Easton, M. V. B. Dunham; 
Fairfield, W. H. Donaldson; Greenwich, L. P. Jones; Hunt- 
ington, G. A. Shelton; Monroe, J. G. Stevens; New Canaan, 
Charles B. Keeler; New Fairfield, E. A. Stratton; Newtown, 
E.M.Smith; Norwalk, William C. Burke, Jr.; Redding, Ernest 
H. Smith; Ridgefield, Russell W. Lowe; Sherman, J. N. 
Woodruff; Stamford, Charles E. Rowell; Stratford, W. B. 
Coggswell; Trumbull, Charles C. Godfrey; Weston, Frank 
Gorham; Westport, Frederick Powers; Wilton, Andrew B. 
Gorham. 

County Health Officer. — George E. Hill, Bridgeport, first 
Monday of June, 1896. 

Town Health Officers. — For three years from first Monday 
in October, 1893: Danbury, G. E. Lemmer; Huntington, 
W. S. Randall (P. O. Shelton); Ridgefield, W. E. Weed; 
Stamford, F. J. Rogers; Westport, L. T. Day. For four years 
from first Monday in October, 1893: Bethel, A. E. Barber: 
Greenwich, L. P. Jones; Monroe, J. G. Stevens; Norwalk, 
W. J. Tracey; Stratford, G. F. Lewis. For four years from 
first Monday in October, 1894: Easton and Trumbull, B. W. 



196 COtJNTY OFFICERS. 

White (Address 276 State St., Bridgeport); Fairfield, W. H. 
Donaldson; New Fairfield, W. S. Watson of Danbury; Red- 
ding, E. H. Smith; Sherman, John N. Woodruff. For four 
years from the first Monday of October, 1895: Brookfield, 
J. F. Smith; Darien, W. F. French (Address Noroton); New- 
town, Edwards M. Smith; Weston, F. Gorham (Address 
Lyons Plain); W'ilton, A. B. Gorham. 

City Health Officers. — Bridgeport, Edward C. Callahan 
(acting); Norwalk, William J. Tracey; So. Norwalk, William 
J. Tracey (Norwalk); Stamford, Frederick Schavoir; Dan- 
bury, William Humphries. 

Borough Health Officers.— New Canaan, Charles B. Keeler; 
Bethel, A. E. Barber: Greenwich, L. P. Jones. 

Game Warden. — William C. Peck, Bridgeport, December 
17, 1897. 

Fish Warden. — John N. Nickerson, Redding, January 1, 
1898. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Commissioners. — Davis A. Baker, Ashford, July 1, 1897; 
Edwin H. Hall, Windham, and Edwin L. Palmer, Killinglv, 
July 1, 1899. 

County Treasurer. — Charles P. Backus, Danielson. 

State's Attorney. — John L. Hunter, Willimantic. 

Clerk of Courts. — Samuel H. Seward, Putnam. 

Assistant Clerks. — Arthur G. Bill, Danielson; George 
W. Melony, Willimantic. 

Stenographer. — Leonard W. Cogswell, New Haven. 

Prosecuting Agents. — Herbert H. Seward, Willimantic ; 
Davenport S. Simons, Danielson. 

Sheriff. — Charles B. Pomeroy (P. O. Willimantic), June 
1, 1899. 

Deputy Jailer. — Charles H. Osgood, Putnam. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Plainfield, Stephen S. Wilbur, 2d (P. 
O. Wauregan); Pomfret, George F. Holbrook (P. O. Abing- 
ton); Thompson, William N. Bates; Killingly, Oliver W. 
Bowen (P. O. Danielson); Woodstock, Newton D. Skinner; 
Putnam, Prescott Bartlett; Scotland, Arthur M. Clark. 

Coroner. — Arthur G. Bill, Danielson. 

Deputy Coroner. — John F. Carpenter, Putnam. 

Medical Examiners. — Windham and Scotland, Robert C. 
White of Willimantic; Brooklyn, Alfred H. Tanner; Ashford, 
E. K. Bobbins (P. O. Eastford); Eastford, E. K. Robbins; 
Killingly, Rienzi Robinson (P. O. Danielson); Pomfret, S. 
B. Overlock; Putnam, J. B. Kent; Thompson, Lowell Hol- 
brook; Coventry, Plainfield, and Sterling, W. W. Adams of 
Moosup; Woodstock, J. S. Spaulding; Hampton, Lewis W. 
Spencer; Chaplin, Charles N. Knight. 

County Health Officer. — William A. King, Willimantic, 
first Monday of June, 1898. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 197 

Town Health Officers. — For four years from first Mon- 
day in October, 1895: Brooklyn, A. H. Tanner, Chaplin, 
Frank C. Luramis; Windham, Fred E. Wilcox; Putnam, 
J. J. Russell. For three years from first Monday in October, 
1893: Hampton, Horace Jackson; Woodstock, Geo. Austin 
Bowen; Pomfret, Chas. O. Thompson; Killingly, A. E. Dar- 
ling. For four years from first Monday in October, 1893: 
Plainfield, Wm. W. Adams; Sterling, Orrin W. Bates; 
Thompson, Lowell Holbrook. For four years from first 
Monday in October, 1894: Ashford, Frank Converse; Can- 
terbury, J. O. Smith; Eastford, E. K. Bobbins; Scotland, 

D. L. Ross. 

Game Warden. — George A. Reed, Chaplin. 
Fish Warden. — George A. Reed, Chaplin. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Commissioners. — David E. Soule, New Milford, July 1, 
1897; Newell L. Webster, Thomaston, and Sylvester N. 
Pettibone, New Hartford, July 1, 1899. 

County Treasurer. — George E. Jones, Litchfield. 

State's Attorney. — James Huntington, Woodbury. 

Clerk of Courts. — D wight C. Kilbourn, Litchfield. 

Assistant Clerks. — W. F. Hurlbut, West Winsted; W. F. 
Dowd, Litchfield. 

Stenographer. — Leonard W. Cogswell, New Haven. 

Prosecuting Agents. — John F. Addis, New Milford; Wel- 
lington Smith, Winsted; Hubert Williams. Lakeville. 

Sheriff. — Edward A. Nellis, Winchester (P. O. Winsted), 
June 1, 1899. 

Deputy Sheriff s. — Norfolk. Patrick J. O'Connell; Wood- 
bury, George P. Crane; Litchfield, Truman Catlin; Water- 
town, Henry G. Scott; Torrington. Leslie J. Baldwin; New 
Hartford, Henry M. Gates; Winchester, Wilbur F. Coe (P. 
O. Winsted); Cornwall, Myron A. Hallock (P. O. West Corn- 
wall); Warren, Miner A. Strong; Thomaston, George C. 
Horsford; New Milford, Lawrence N. Jennings; North Ca- 
naan, Frank Van Deusen (P. O. Canaan); Salisbury, Abram 
Martin (P. O. Lakeville); Sharon, Freeman R. Goodenough; 
Canaan, Sidney Reed (P. O. Falls Village). 

Coroner. — Richard T. Higgins, Winsted. 

Medical Examiners. — Litchfield, Charles O. Belden; 
Barkhamsted, Howard D. Moore; Bethlehem, Henry S. 
Karrman (P. O. North Woodburv); Bridgewater, Benjamin 

E. Bostwick: Canaan, Francis S. Skiff (P. O. Falls Village); 
Colebrook, William S. Hulbert (P. O. Winsted); Cornwall, 
J. A. Livingston (P. O. West Cornwall); Goshen, Joseph 
Howard North; Harwinton, Thatcher S. Hanchett (P. O. 
Torrington); Kent, Walter M. Barnum; Morris, Charles O. 
Belden (P. O. Litchfield); New Hartford, Jerry Burwell; 



198 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

New Milford, Frederick E. King; Norfolk, B. C. Gidman; 
North Canaan, Charles W. Camp (P. 0. Canaan); Plymouth, 
Win. W. Wellington (P. O. Terry ville); Roxbury, L. J. Pons; 
Salisbury, Harry M. Burtch; Sharon, William W. Knight; 
Thomaston, Charles F. Smith; Torrington, Thatcher S. Ham 
chett; Warren, R. A. Marey (P. O. New Preston); Washing- 
ton, Orlando Brown; Watertown, Walter S. Munger; Win- 
chester, William S. Hulbert (P. O. Winsted); Woodbury, 
Henry S. Karrman (P. O. North Woodbury). 

County Health Officer. — William F. Hurlbut, Winchester 
(P. O. West Winsted), first Monday of June, 1896. 

Town Health Officers. -- For three years from the first 
Monday of October, 1893: Cornwall, Jos. A. Livingston 
(P. O. West Cornwall); New Hartford, Jerry Burwell; New 
Milford, James C. Barker; Sharon, Byron W. Munson; Salis- 
bury, Harry M. Burtch; Torrington, Elias Pratt. For four 
years from the first Monday of October, 1S93: Bethlehem, 
Josiah G. Beckwith; Canaan, Francis S. Skiff (P. O. Falls 
Village); Litchfield, John L. Buel; Roxbury, Louis J. Pons; 
Thomaston, George D. Ferguson; Watertown, Walter S. 
Munger; Winchester, Wm. S. Richards (P. O. West Winsted); 
Woodbury, Jerome S. Bissell (P. O. Hotchkissville). For 
four years from the first Monday of October, 1894: Bridge- 
water, Benjamin E. Bostwick; Colebrook, Herbert E. Culver; 
Goshen, J. Howard North; Harwinton, Charles L. Blake; 
Plymouth, George D. Ferguson (P. O. Thomaston); Warren, 
William Forrestelle. For four years from the first Monday 
of October, 1895: Barkhamsted, Howard D. Moore (P. O. 
Riverton); Kent, Arthur W. Griswold; Morris, George H. 
Johnson (P. O. East Morris); Norfolk, John C. Kendall; 
North Canaan, Charles W. Camp (P. O. Canaan); Washing- 
ton, Robert A. Marcy (P. O. New Preston). 

Game Warden and Fish Warden. — George C. Hosf ord. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Commissioners. — Henry M. Snell, Saybrook, July 1, 1S97; 
John J. Hubbard, Middletown, and William H. Scoville, 
East Haddam, July 1, 1899. 

County Treasurer. — Revilo C. Markham, Middletown. 

State's Attorney. — John M. Murdock, Portland. 

Clerk of Courts. — Charles G. R. Vinal, Middletown. 

Assistant Clerk. — Arthur B. Calef , Jr., Middletown. 

Stenographer. — W. C. Graham, Hartford. 

Prosecuting Agent. — Frank D. Haines. 

Sheriff. — Thomas S. Brown, Chatham (P. O. East Hamp- 
ton), June 1, 1899. 

Deputy Jailers. — William E. Odber, Haddam; Charles 
B. Clark, Middletown. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 199 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Middletown, D. Newland Davis; Dur- 
ham, Arthur H. Merwin; East Haddam, William H. Scoville; 
Killiugworth, Charles G. Redfield; Portland, Frederick C. 
Southmayd; Westbrook, Zadoc E. Morgan; Old Saybrook, 
William H. Smith; Saybrook, James A. Jones (P. O. Deep 
River). 

Coroner. — Stephen B. Davis, Middletown. 

Medical Examiners. — Middletown, J. Francis Calef; Had- 
dam, Miner C. Hazen; Chatham, George N. Lawson (P. O. 
Middle Haddam); Chester, S. W. Turner; Clinton, H. S. 
Reynolds; Cromwell, Charles E. Bush; Durham, Earl 
Mathewson; East Haddam, Matthew W. Plumstead; Essex, 
C. H. Hubbard; Killingworth, H. S. Reynolds (P. O. Clinton); 
Middlefield, John E. Loveland (P. O. Middletown); Old Say- 
brook, John H. Granniss (P. O. Saybrook); Portland, C. A. 
.Sears; Saybrook, Howard T. French (P. O. Deep River); 
Westbrook, Thomas B. Bloomfield. 

County Health Officer. — Wesley U. Pearne, first Monday 
of June, 1898. 

Town Health Officers. — For four years from first Monday 
in October, 1895: Cromwell, Charles E. Bush; Durham, 
Ernest A. Markham; Essex, Charles H. Hubbard. For three 
years from first Monday in October, 1893: Chatham, E. S. 
Parmelee (P. O. Cobalt); East Haddam, M. W. Plumstead 
(P. O. Moodus); Middlefield, John E. Bailey (P. O. Middle- 
town); Westbrook, Thomas B. Bloomfield. For four years 
from first Monday in October, 1893: Middletown, Frank B. 
Look; Clinton, Herbert S. Reynolds; Old Saybrook, John H. 
Granniss (P. O. Saybrook); Portland, Frank E. Potter. For 
four years from first Monday in October, 1894: Chester, 
S. W. Turner; Killingworth, Edward P. Nichols; Saybrook. 
Elliott Bidwell (P. O. Deep River). 

Game and Fish Warden. — E. Benage Pratt, Chester. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Commissioners. — William D. Holman, Tolland, July 1, 
1897; Joseph W. Chandler, Stafford, and John H. Buell, 
Hebron, July 1, 1899. 

County Treasurer. — Frank T. Newcomb, Tolland. 

State's Attorney. — Joel H. Reed, Stafford Springs. 

Clerk of Courts. — Lyman T. Tingier, Rockville. 

Assistant Clerk. — Lester D. Phelps, Rockville. 

Stenographer. — Paul C. F. Hoffman, Rockville. 

Prosecuting Agents. — Wm. V. McNerney, Rockville; Nor- 
man B. Perkins, Mansfield; W. Frank Fay, Rockville. 

Sheriff. — Amasa P. Dickinson, Rockville, June 1, 1899. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Staff ord Springs, Louis Helm; Tolland, 
Louis B. Price; Mansfield, Andrew M. Grant (P. O. Mount 
Hope); Coventry, Eugene F. Hutchinson (P. O. South Coven- 



200 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

try); Bolton, Albert W. Cowles (P. O. Quarry ville) ; Ellington, 
Clark D. Mackey; Hebron, Fred Prentice (P. O. Gilead). 

Coroner. — Charles Phelps, Rockville. 

Medical Examiners. — Tolland, Willard N. Simmons; An- 
dover and Coventry, Wm. L. Higgins (P. O. South Coventry) ; 
Bolton, Charles F. Sumner; Columbia and Hebron, Cyrus 
H. Pendleton; Ellington, Edwin T. Davis; Mansfield, E. G. 
Sumner; Somers, William B. Woods; Stafford, Cyrus B. New- 
ton; Union, C. L. Ormsbee; Vernon, Thomas F. Rockwell; 
Willington, Frederick E. Johnson. 

County Health Officer. — Myron P. Yeomans, Andover; 
first Monday in June, 1896. 

Towm Health Officers. — For three years from first Mon- 
day in October, 1893: Andover, E. K. Post; Bolton, Charles 
F. Sumner; Vernon, Alfred R. Goodrich. For four years 
from first Monday in October, 1893: Ellington, E. T. Davis;, 
Somers, A. L. Hurd; Stafford, F. L. Smith. For four years 
from first Monday in October, 1894: Tolland, E. S. Agard; 
Union, E. W. Upham; Willington, Charles C. Essex; Mans- 
field, F. E. Johnson. For four years from first Monday in 
October, 1895: Coventry, W. L. Higgins; Columbia, Wil- 
liam H. Yeomans; Hebron, Cyrus H. Pendleton; Rockville, 
T. F. Rockwell; Stafford Springs, F. L. Smith. 

Game Warden. — George Eaton, Stafford Springs. 

Fish Warden. — Charles H. Sterry, Tolland. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 201 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



When the Post-office address of the Town Clerk or First Selectman is other 
than the name of the town, it is given in Italics, and where the Town Agent is 
other than the first-named Selectman his name is given. 

ANDOVER. Clerk, Reg., and Treas.. Fred. A. Sackett — 
Selectmen, Miles S. Topliff, Asahel P. Lathrop, Sela.li A. 
Burnham. — Cons., A. O. Williams, Erskine B. Hyde, Olin 
O. Matson, John S. Dewey, James H. Marsh, Wintkrop 
White, J. B. Kinyon, Edgar D. White. — Coll., Edgar D. 
White. — G. Jurors, Willard E. Fuller, E. L. Hutchinson, 
Edward Thurber, S. A. Burnham. — Assess., Henry F. Stan- 
dish, Roger E. Phelps, Willard E. Fuller. — Board of R., 
Randal L. Jones, Andrew Phelps, Charles H. Baker. —Reg. 
of Voters, Henry F. Standish. James H. Marsh. — School 
Visitors, M. S. Topliff, M. P. Yeomans, C. H. Baker, S. H. 
Daggett, 18^; Henry G. Phelps, James H. Marsh, C. L. 
Backus, C. B. Stearns, 1807; Elliot R. Skinner, Albert H. 
Lyman, Roger E. Phelps, Edgar D. White, 1898. 

ANSONIA. Clerk and Reg., Austin P. Kirkham. — 
Treas., Frederick M. Drew. — Selectmen, John L. Lindley, 
James T. Smith, Jonah C. Piatt, Herbert A. Willard.— 
City Sheriffs, David O'Donnell, Eugene J. Conaty, Mason 
E. Barnes, John W. Curtiss, William H. Jarvis. — Coll., John 

B. Quillinan. — Assess., Chas. H. Stilson. Wm. A. Barnes. 
Michael Dwyer, Jonah C. Piatt. — Board of R., Frank E. 
Steele, Howard E. Greene, Albert Phelps, Samuel Scott. — 
Reg. of Voters, Thomas F. Frawley, James A. Wren.— Board 
of Education. Walter B. Camp, Estelle J. Mills, Chas. E. 
Woodcock, 1896; Wm. H. Kane, Homer A. Peck, C. H. Van- 
dercook, 1897; Thomas J. Kelly, W. Fisher Markwick, Henry 
W. Case, 1898. 

ASHFORD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Davis A. Baker, 
(Warrenville). — Selectmen, John T. Greene, John S. Fitts, 
Wallace L. Durkee. — Cons., R. D. W. Knowlton, Henry 

C. Barlow. — Coll., R. D. W. Knowlton, Henry C. Barlow. — 
G. Jurors, Nehemiah R. Clapp. Nathaniel L. Knowlton, E. 
Lincoln White. — Assess., Wm. H. Lamphear, Merritt S. 
Dunham. — Board of R., Clifton H. Wright, Cicero D. Chap- 
man. — Reg. of Voters, Peter Piatt, Henry R. Woodward. — 



202 TOWN OFFICEES. 

School Visitors, James E. Knowlton, Albert E. Potter, 1896; 
Harvey W. Morey, Henry R. Woodward, 1897; Z. Burdette 
Bicknell, Gilbert E. S. Amidon, 1898. 

AVON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Oliver T. Bishop. — Se- 
lectmen, Elwin F. Merriman (Unionville), Grove L. 
Mather, Ernest H. Woodford. — Cons., Hamson Woodford, 
Charles Froideveaux, Frederick Ripley, Louis A. Bonnell, 
Joseph Le Febore, Wellington Chidsey. — Coll., Robert J. 
Holmes, Jr.— G. Jurors, Samuel Gibson, Edmund L. Chidsey, 
Chester R. Woodford, Frederick A. Wilcox, Ludwig M. N. 
Wolfe, Newell E. Wilson. — Assess., Harvey Woodford, 
James E. Lusk, George E. Gillette. — Board of R., Chester 
R. Woodford, Henry V. Miller. — Reg. of Voters, Harvey 
Woodford, John W. Le Geyt. — School Visitors, Edwin 
F. Merriman, Ernest H. Woodford, 1896; Lucien F. North, 
1897; Philemon R. Day, George V. Lusk, 1898. 

BARKHAMSTED. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Hubert B. 
Case. — Selectmen, Wallace Case, Baker Cleveland, Samuel 
H. Case. — Cons., Joseph Grant, Herbert Case, Clayton 
Dowd. — Coll., Miner B. Frazier. — G. Jurors, D wight L. 
Ransom, George L. Wheeler, Joseph H. Payne. — Assess., 
Frank Driggs, Correll Tiff any. — Board of R., Abel C. 
Everett, Owen E. Case, Sheldon Johnson. — Reg. of Voters, 
Owen E. Case, William F. Beach, Orville H. Ripley, Miner 
B. Frazier, Zebina Cleveland, Justin Hodge. — School Visitors, 
George A. Weed, Miner B. Frazier, 1896; Charleton Roberts, 
Frank L. Stephens, 1897; Edward J. Youngs, Samuel H. 
Case, 1898. 

BEACON FALLS. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Emerson J. 
Terrell. — Selectmen, Cornelius W. Munson, Olin D. Buck- 
ingham, John L. Rice. — Cons., William E. Parmelee, Fred 
Ambiel, Wilbur Seeley, Charles Rockwell, Charles C. Tifft, 
Herbert Grandage, William Draper. — Coll., John H. Ben- 
ham. — G. Jurors, John Rogers, William H. Jones, Cornelius 
W. Munson, George S. Bronson, Samuel Cook, John L. 
Rice. — Assess., Harris F. Osborn, Wales F. Sackett. — 
Board of R., Richard J. Beach, John H. Benham, Albert 
D. Carrington. — Reg. of Voters, Richard J. Beach, Charles 
B. Clark. — School Committee, Daniel J. Carrington, Homer 
D. Bronson, 1896; Emerson J. Terrell, George T. Clark, 1897; 
Cornelius W. Munson, George S. Bronson, 1898. 

BERLIN. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., William Bulkeley. — 
Selectmen, Nelson F. Taylor {Kensington), Willis H. Upson, 
Edwin I. Clark. — Cons., Andrew Lawrence, Benjamin 
A. Upson, Frank M. Bull, Philip A. Seibert, Nelson F. 
Taylor, Edward G. Roche, Norman L. Beckley. — Coll., Wil- 
liam H. Webster. — G. Jurors, James H. Edwards, Sidney 
M. Cowles, Waldo E. Gilbert, Edward Baldwin, Louis E. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 203 

Kelby, Seth H. Stanley. — Assess., Frederick L. Norton, 
Cornelius Brown. — Board of R., Frank L. Wilcox, Langdon 
J. Peck, Charles H. Risley. — Reg. of Voters, Jason M. Tay- 
lor, Joseph J. Morse. — School Visitors, Elmer W. Stearns, 
William J. Corrigan, 1896; Willis W. Mildrum. Albert A. 
Barnes, 1897; Daniel Webster, John Norton, 1898. 

BETHANY. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Edwin N. Clark 
(WestviUe). — Selectmen, Samuel P. Woodward, Harry 
F. Peck, Samuel G. Davidson. — Cons., Ransom Chatfield, 
Arthur H. Doolittle, Willard L. Selleck. — Coll., Tyler D. 
Davidson. — G. Jurors, Street B. Todd, Evelyn O. Pardee, 
Ransom Hitchcock. -— Assess.. Andrew J. Doolittle. Harry 

F. Peck. — Board of R., Dwight N. Clark, Dwight L. John* 
son, Ransom Hitchcock. — Reg. of Voters, Evelyn O. Par- 
dee, Joseph H. Swander. — School Visitors, Mrs. Kate S. 
Lacey, 1896; Noyes D. Clark, 1897; Samuel R, Woodward, 
1898. 

BETHEL. Clerk and Reg., Howard H. Woodman.— 
Treas., William H. Judson. — Selectmen, Arthur S. Judd, 
Samuel S. Dunning, George M. Cole. — Cons., Oscar H. 
Hibbard, Lucius Dickens, Stephen M. Burr. — Coll., Abram 
L. Baldwin. — G. Jurors, Willys J. Mallory. Thomas F. 
Foster, Patrick Wixted. — Assess., Frederick Judd, Freder- 
ick Vail, Austin B. Lockwood. — Board of R., William H. 
Judson, Samuel S. Ambler, Charles R. Hamlin. — Reg. of 
Voters, William S. Wortman, Thomas C. Mansfield. — School 
Committee, Charles Bailev, Elliott D. Smith, Andrew J. 
Hallock, 1896; Henry L. Slack, Thomas C. Mansfield, Wil- 
liam S. Wortman, 1897; William Morrall, Theodore H. Smith. 
John O. Beebe, 1898. 

BETHLEHEM. Clerk and Reg., Henry W. Peck.— 
Treas., Theodore Bird. — Selectmen, Franklin P. Hayes, 
Philip L. Waldron, William Griswold. — Cons., Wallace P. 
Hayes, Lloyd Bennett, Edward F. Keaveny. — Coll., John 
B. Porter. — G. Jurors, Gilbert Williams, Henry C. Hill, 
Royal B. Lake. — Assess., George W. Percey, Jonathan 
Wootten— Board of R., Hiram B. Atwood, Frank Stoughton, 
Amos C. Lake. — Reg. of Voters, Frederick Stockman, James 
E. Allen. — School Visitors, William R. Harrison, Nehemiah 
L. Bloss, 1896; Samuel P. Hayes, George C. Stone, 1897; 
Leverett P. Judd, Royal B. Lake, 1898. 

BLOOMFIELD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Franklin B. 
Miller. — Selectmen, William J. Gabb, Dwight C. Newberry, 
Timothy E. Griswold. — Cons., George M. Cadwell, James E. 
Fagan, Frank H. Filley, Henry S. Taylor, Louis H. Barnard, 
Frederick C. Griswold. — Coll., Frederick A. Pinney. — 

G. Jurors, Franklin B. Miller, Alfred C. Case, James H. Sim- 
mons, Albert A. Viets, Frank W. Griswold, Frank J. Spencer. 



204 TOWN OFFICERS. 

— Assess., William R. Adams, George F. Hubbard, George 
W. Perkins. — Board of R., William Feeley, John Wilcox, 
Henry C. Cadwell. — Reg. of Voters, William G. Hubbard, 
Henry G. Isharn. — School Visitors, Mrs. Adela V. Hubbard, 
George F. Woodford, Henry C. Cadwell, 1896; Miss Hattie 

D. Miller, Alfred C. Case, George F. Humphrey, 1897; 
Franklin D. McLean, George D. Gabb, Alfred N. Filley, 
1898. 

BOLTON. Clerk and Reg., J. White Sumner. — Treas., 
Charles N. Loomis. — Selectmen, William C. White, Wil- 
liam R. Grant, Oliver C. Johnson. — Cons., Frank H. Strong, 
William E. Burke, James F. Milburn, Charles G. Tryon, 
A. W. Cowles, H. W. Hastings, W. J. Maxwell, Arthur Bid- 
well. — Coll., Charles N. Loomis, Jr. — G. Jurors, Jabez L. 
White, David C. Finley, Marvin W. Howard, O. C. Johnson, 
H. W. Hastings, F. L. Loomis.— Assess., Marvin W. Howard, 
William H. Loomis. — Boards of R., Charles N. Loomis, 
George Curtis, A. W. Cowles. — Reg. of Voters, Clement M. 
Sumner, Homer G. Sperry. — School Visitors, Charles E. 
Carpenter, Adelaide E. Sperry, 1896; William R. Grant, Cal- 
vin Hutchinson, 1897; Charles F. Sumner, Myron W. 
Sperry, 1898. 

BOZRAH. Clerk and Reg., Wareham W. Bentley 
(Yantic). — Treas., S. W. Haughton. — Selectmen, John H. 
Miner (FitcJiville), William Kilroy, E. J. Miner. — Cons., 

E. Pearl Howlet, Wm. A. Burgess, Thomas J. Fields, C. A. 
Parker, George W. Rogers. — Coll., John J. Gager. — G. 
Jurors, Willard J. Way, Gardner Avery, G. H. Morgan, A. 

A. Smith, C. Leland Palmer. — Assess., Alex. B. Pendleton, 
Albert Waterman, Charles A. Johnson. — Board of R., Gil- 
bert A. Rudd, Orrin M. Price, John Stanton.— Reg. of Voters, 
Orrin M. Price, S. G. Johnson. — School Visitors, Ira J. Mar- 
tin, James Bishop, Frank R. Rose, 1897. 

BRANFORD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Walter Foote. — 
Selectmen, Daniel O'Brien, Barlow S. Honce, Sidney V. 
Osborne. — Cons., Harry Page, David I. Ashman, George 1. 
Benton, Henry E. Bradley, Joseph Schenk, Peter J. Carney, 
Antonio Lazzari.— Coll., Lucien A. Merriam.— G. Jurors, John 
McLean, Luke Quinn, George W. Hull, John Eades, Ammi 

B. Barker, Paul D. Beach. — Assess., David Baldwin, Wil- 
liam E. Bailey. — Board of R., Henry H. Fowler, Henry A, 
Hall, Martin Burke. — Reg. of Voters, Wilfred L. Moore, 
Frank E. Beach, Edward Howd, Henry H. Keyes. — School 
Visitors, William E. Bailey, Andrew J. Coyle, John J. V. 
Cuningham, Everett S. Grant, 1890; Charles W. Gaylord. 
Stone J. Bergstrom, Michael F. O'Brien, Frank W. Jerold, 
1897; Walter H. Zink. Thomas P. Carney, Henry W. Averill, 
Arthur E. Kingsbury, 1898. 



TOWN OFFICEKS. 205 

BRIDGEPORT.* Clerk and Reg., Gurdon B. Lee.— Select- 
men, John J. Haux, James A. McGuimiess, Robert Souder- 
berg, Alexander Watt, Jr., Leonard Sandstrom. — Board of 
Education, Edward F. Hallen, John N. Near, Emory F. 
Strong, John C. Shelton, 1896; David F. Read, Peter Gabriel, 
Frank M. Canfield, Patrick Coughlin, 1S97; Peter W. Wren, 
Clarence N. Payne, Frank Miller, Elmer S. Youngs, 1898. 

BRIDGEW r ATER. Clerk and Reg., Austin H. Gillett. — 
Treas., Arza C. Morris. — Selectmen, Frederick A. Peck, 
John F. Wells, Samuel M. Waldron. — Cons., Robert Greer, 
James A. Orr, Oliver W. Beardsley, Thomas D. Kane, Gideon 
W. Northrop, Bennett Peck, Abel M. Worden. — Coll., 
Benjamin B. Beach. — G. Jurors, Albert B. Mallett, John H. 
Randall, Stephen P. Treat. — Assess., Reuben J. Keeler, 
Burton E. Canfield. — Board of R., Edward R. W x ooster, 
William H. Marsh. — Reg. of Voters, Marcus B. Mallett, 
Harmon W. Treat. — School Visitors, Marcus B. Mallett, 
Burton E. Canfield, 1896; Reuben J. Keeler, Harmon W. 
Treat, 1897; Eli Sturdevant, Stephen P. Treat, 1898. 

BRISTOL. Clerk and Reg., Elbert E. Thorpe. — Treas., 
Charles S. Treadway. — Selectmen, Hobart Booth, J. Fayette 
Douglass, Edwin S. Preston. — Cons., Howard Arms, 
Samuel W. Steele, Henry Fry, Philip A. Grace, William J. 
Tracy, Joseph H. Glasson. — Coll., George W. Fenn. — G. 
Jurors, John H. Hayes, Henry W. Hinman, Edward G. 
Brose, Walter H. Hutchinson, Thomas Barnes, William E. 
Bunnell. — Assess., Gideon P. Bennett, Samuel D. Newell. 
William A. Dunbar. — Board of R., Nathan L. Birge, Jerry 
B. Holt, Dan A. Miller. — Reg. of Voters, Hobart A. Warner, 
Edward B. Dunbar, S. Waldo Forbes, Charles W. Brown. — 
School Visitors, Harry S. Bartholomew, John J. Wilson, 
1S96; Charles L. W^ooding, Charles W. Brown, 1897; Charles 
H. Riggs, William A. Dunbar, 1898. 

BROOKFIELD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., William J. 
Beehler. — Selectmen, Elmer H. Northrop, George O. Hill, 
Charles Stuart. — Cons., Edwin G. Turner, William B. El- 
wood, John E. Higgins, James Lee, Thomas P. Bristol, 
Edward Montrose, Orrin P. Wildman. — Coll., Arthur S. 
Mansfield. — G. Jurors, Eli H. Stevens, Seth F. Keeler, 
Charles M. Pinckney, Thomas Halpin, John McMahon, Seth 
W. Stevens. — Assess., Frederick S. Frisbie, Dwight N. 
Camp, Daniel D. Joyce. — Board of R., Henry L. Foote, 
Lemuel P. Wetmore, Charles H. Camp. — Reg. of Voters, 
Sidney E. Hawley, Thomas P. Bristol. — School Visitors, 
Frederick S. Frisbie, Charles Stuart, 1896; Charles H. Camp, 
Edson N. Hawley, 1897; Clarence E. Vroman, John S. 
Thornhill, 1898. 



* Town and city consolidated. See City Officers. 



206 TOWN OFFICERS. 

BROOKLYN. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Henry H. Davi- 
son. — Selectmen, John C. Williams, Frank A. Prince, Henry 
M. Evans. — Cons., Charles A. Gould, Clarence H. Cleve- 
land. — Coll., Riley B. Witter. — G. Jurors, Samuel Bradford, 
Clarence E. Cundall, Charles H. Blake, George N. Potter, 
William R. Johnson, Edward Riley. — Assess., Frank Day, 
Albert B. Webb. — Board of R., Benjamin L. Bailey, Riley B. 
Witter, Lyman W. Harris.— Reg. of Voters, William R. Thur- 
ber, Charles S. L. Marlor, Henry H. Greene, John M. Bes- 
sette. — School Visitors, Frank Day, L. Emma Spalding, 
1896; Alfred H. Tanner, Harvey P. Robinson, 1897; Henry 
H. Green, Charles S. L. Marlor, 1898. 

BURLINGTON. Clerk and Reg., John A. Reeve.— 
Treas., Frank M. Butler. — Selectmen, Charles B. Hotchkiss 
(Whigville), Thomas Conway, Lester L. Lowrey. — Cons., 
John D. Luby, William H. Hohbein, John Green, Frank 
Banning, William Hohbein, 2d, Hiram P. Lowrey. — Coll., 
John D. Luby. — G. Jurors, Timothy Roughan, George E. 
Butler, Noble Foote, Edwin H. Gillette, D wight E. Mills, 
Edward P. Baldwin. — Assess., Adna N. Barnes, Charles 
E. Morris. — Board of R., Samuel Reeve, Norris W. Bunnell, 
Isaac Barnes. — Reg. of Voters, Samuel Reeve, Fred. Rus- 
sell, Hugh McAleer, William Hohbeiu, 2d. — School Visitors, 
John A. Reeve, Adrian Moses, 1896; John J. Quinn, Mrs. 
Sarah Bradley, 1897; Frederick W. Herman, Thomas Terry, 
1898. 

CANAAN. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., J. Lee Ensign (Falls 
Village). — Selectmen, Walter Q. Kellogg (Falls Village), 
George R. Wilcox, Charles E. Hanchett. — Cons., John A. 
Owen, Henry R. Whitford, Wallace Dickinson, George W. 
Ford, Sidney Reed, George H. Dean, James H. Hakes. — 
Coll., Arthur F. Gibbs.— G. Jurors, Dwight E. Moore, George 
H. Brown, Charles E. Chase, William F. Gillette, Duncan 
K. Colepaugh, John M. Dean. — Assess., Merritt S. Spauld- 
ing, Daniel H. Dean. — Board of R., Frederick G. Dean, John 
H. Belden, Myron U. Dean. — Reg. of Voters, William R. 
Hubbell, Orviile Hosf ord. — School Visitors, C. W. Hanna, 
N. J. Dean, 1896; Levi Ganser, 1897; Charles A. Sanford, 
Francis S. Skiff, 1898. 

CANTERBURY. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Marvin H. San- 
ger. — Selectmen, Thomas J. Brown (Packerville), Elias 
Patrick, Elmer E. Bennett. — Cons., Elmer E. Richmond, 
John H. Tift. — Coll., Elmer E. Richmond. — G. Jurors, 
Eugene Perry, Nathan Exley, Samuel Wibberly. — Assess., 
Elmer E. Richmond, Cliarles Barstow. — Board of R., George 
W. Smith, Albert L. Haskell, Daniel L. Lovett. — Reg. of 
Voters, Hart W. Goff, Charles W. Herrick. — School Visitors, 
Olive D. Sanger, Abby C. Smith, A. T. J. Clark, 1896; Dwight 
B. Bushnell, John O. Smith, Albert C. Greene, 1897; Frank 
V. Lyon, Sarah A. Hull, Carrie L. Ensworth, 1898. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 207 

CANTON. Clerk and Reg:., Howard L. Sanborn (Gol- 
linsville). — Treas., Jasper H. Bid well. — Selectmen, Fred- 
erick W. Brainard (Gollinsville), Frederick A. Bidwell, 
Giles A. Sisson. — Cons., John A. Jenkins, Walter M. Reed, 
Walter L. Wilder, Arthur Johnson, Frank E. Conlon, Ed- 
ward Edgerton, Frank E. Messenger. — Coll., Howard L. 
Sanborn. — G. Jurors, William Hill, Edwin J. Parmelee, 
L. DeWitt Dowd, Benjamin L. Belden, Samuel D. Richard- 
son, George B. Fenn. — Assess., Sherman E. Brown, Benja- 
min F. Case, Rollin O. Humphrey. — Board of R., Wells A. 
Lawton, Henry Humphrey, Ulrich Haury. — Reg. of Voters, 
Ezra S. Adams, Frank E. Conlon, Walter L. Wilder, Edward 
A. Mallon. — School Visitors, Charles H. Stevens, George 
J. Case, 1896; W. E. Simonds, James Case. 1897; William 
Hill, Burton O. Higley, 1898. 

CHAPLIN. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Jared W. Lincoln. — 
Selectmen, I. Lester Eaton, Frank W. Martin, Charles M. 
Knight. — Cons., David Nichols. — Coll., David Nichols. — 
G. Jurors, George A. Reed, Ellsworth N. Russell, Clifton J. 
Church. — Assess., Winslow B. Gallup, Charles B. Russ. — 
Board of R., William Martin, John M. Clark.— Reg. of Voters, 
Frank C. Lummis, Albert L. Church. — School Committee, 
Merrick Barton, Charles E. Peck, 1898; Frank C. Lummis, 
Charles M. Knight, 1897; Newell C. Hunt, Albert L. Church. 
1898. 

CHATHAM. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Wm. W. B. Mark- 
ham (East Hampton). — Selectmen, Leonard Willey (East 
Hampton), Davis S. Strong, Fred. H. Dunham. — Cons., 
Henry T. Sellew, Frank O. Cone, S. Godfrey Halberg, 
Joseph Halberg, Dennis Wall, Arthur H. Worthington, Geo. 
W. Leary. — Coll., Lyman B. Higgins. — G. Jurors, James 

D. Barton, Charles W. Tibbals, William B. Tibbals, Der- 
w r ood F. Willey, A. H. Worthington, Oliver H. Shephard. — 
Assess., Robert H. Hall, Martin W. Kavanaugh. — Board 
of R., William I. Brooks, Charles F. Shephard, Jr., Alvin 
C. Carrier. — Reg. of Voters, S. Mills Bevin, D. B. Dickin- 
son, George A. Strong, Myron Northam. — School Visitors, 

E. G. Cone, S. Mills Bevin, Florence C. Strong, 1896; A. H. 
Conklin, D. B. Dickinson, D. S. Strong, 1897; George H. 
Lamson, Levi Jewett, Albert H. West, 1898. 

CHESHIRE. Clerk and Reg., James R. Lanyon. — Treas., 
Edwin R. Brown. — Selectmen, Charles S. Spaulding, A. 
S. Bennett, W. B. Blakeslee. — Cons., William H. Heine- 
man, Russell G. Bates, Walter C. Dailey, Franklin A. Hotch- 
kiss, Howard E. Ives, Preston A. Atwater, Edward P. Mar- 
tin. — Coll., George W. Keeler. — G. Jurors, Edgar Beadle, 
Charles H. Hall, Edw. A. Atwater, Joel Cook, Warren J. An- 
drews, Burnam W. Francis, William Talmadge. — Assess., 
Alonzo Adams, Edson W. Hitchcock, William H. Smith. — 



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Board of R., Herbert J. Moss, Edward A. Atwater, George 
R. Johnson. — Reg. of Voters, Leander Hine, Henry T. 
Holcomb. — School Visitors, Myron M. Chamberlin, James E. 
McCabe, 1896; Sanford J. Horton, Edwin R. Lawton, 1897; 
Frederick Doolittle, Edward T. Cornwall, 1898. 

' CHESTER. Clerk and Reg., J. Kirtland Denison. -- 
Treas., Wilbur A. Brothwell. — Selectmen, R. Clifford Tyler, 
Ezra C. Church, Robert Saff rey. — Cons., William E. Diekin- 
son, Henry J. Kahnnann, Ira C. Tucker. — Coll., John Jag- 
ger. — G. Jurors, John B. Hardy, Carlton J. Bates, Frank 
L. Stinson. — Assess., Hiram H. Clark, Edwin G. Smith, 
Henry C. Scoville. — Board of R., Joseph S. Wilcox, Andrew 

E. "Warner, Frederick M. Woodstock. — Reg. of Voters, 
Charles E. Perkins, Charles H. Foster. — School Visitors, 
Andrew E. Warner, Frederick W. Silliman, Washington 

F. Willcox, 1898. 

CLINTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Mark Smith. — 
Selectmen, Z. Silas Wellman, Charles E. Carter, H. Hubbard 
Kelsey. — Cons., Henry W. Harris, Edwin H. Wright, 
Morgan Pierson. — Coll., Henry W. Harris. — G. Jurors, 
John E. Bacon, Thomas Anderson, John A. Buckingham, 
Albert Hubbard, Joseph D. Stevens, Hosmer Tryon. — As- 
sess., Elias W. Wellman, Holcomb N. Jones. — Board of R., 
George A. Olcott, John A. Stanton, Elbert A. Hurd. — Reg. 
of Voters, George A. Olcott, Charles D. Stevens. — School 
Committee, Flosmer Tryon, Frederick K. Woodstock, John 
B. Wright, Thomas Anderson, 1896; Elias W. Wellman, 
Henry L. Wellman, George E. Elliot, Samuel S. Wilcox, 
1897 ; James A. Spencer, Alonzo H. Stevens, Sturgis G. Red- 
field, Henry Stevens, 1898. 

COLCHESTER. Clerk and Reg., Charles *H. Dawley. — 
Treas., William B. Otis. — Selectmen, Frank B. Taylor, 
Samuel N. Morgan, George A. Bradley. — Cons., A. C. Tain- 
tor, George O. Jackson, E. A. Carrier, G. D. Snow, W. H. 
Reynolds, C. H. Skinner, James P. Sullivan. — Coll., C. H. 
Dawley. — G. Jurors, A. R. Bigelow, J. R, Backus, Ben. 
Adams, L. C. Brown, William S. Bigelow, Patrick Murray, 
Leander Chapman. — Assess., Asa R. Bigelow, William P. 
Adams, D. A. Williams. — Board of R., J. R. Backus, J. F. 
Slater, E. A. Carrier. — Reg. of Voters, J. J. Sullivan, George 
O. Jackson. — Auditors, H. P. Buell, John F. Slater. —School 
Visitors, R. R. Carrington, D. S. Bigelow, 1896; John R. 
Backus, U. S. Burpee, 1897; S. P. Willard, John Cooney, 
1898. 

COLEBROOK. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Reuben Rock- 
well. — Selectmen, Lester N. Smith (MillbrooJc), Franklin 
A. Pascoe, George H. Mills. — Cons., Joseph Swenson, Eu- 
gene B. Twining, Franklin D. Thompson. — Coll., John A. 



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Moore. — G. Jurors, Daniel Hartnett, William H. Vining, 
Alton L. Hurd. — Assess.. Edward M. Phelps, Herbert L. 
Culver. — Board of R., Tlieron B. Gillette, Howard Smith, 
Alton L. Hurd. — Reg. of Voters, Edward B. Hawksley, 
Timothy P. Coy, Thomas B. Spencer, Alton L. Hurd. — 
School Visitors, Wolcott Deining, Dennis E. Baxter, George 
W. Remington, 1S9G; Homer P. Deining, Newton Griswold, 
Hiram D. Northrop, 1897; George S. Ives, Robert E. Law- 
rence, Adin W. Vining, 1898. 

COLUMBIA. Clerk and Reg., Edward P. Lyman.— Treas., 
James P. Little. — Selectmen, C. E. Brown. W. W. Bartey, 
W. H. Buell. — Cons., Milo Davall, Allison Frink, L. Eugene 
Winter, Frank Potter. George Champlin, Geo. W. Maine. — 
G. Jurors, W. H. Kneeland, C. R. Buell, C. B. Lyman. James 
A. Utley, John Fuller, Ralph C. Root. — Assess., S. R. West, 
W. A. Collins, M. D. Squier. — Board of R., H. C. Isham, 
A. A. Hunt, Ralph C. Root. — Reg. of Voters, Joseph 
Hutchins, Joseph N. Clarke. — School Visitors, Joseph Hutch- 
ins, Joseph N. Clarke, 1890; William A. Collins, William H. 
Yeomans, 1897; W. C. Robinson, Fred A. Abel, 1898. 

CORNWALL. Clerk and Reg., Philo M. Kellogg.— Treas., 
John E. Calhoun. — Selectmen, Robert N. Cochrane {West 
Cornwall), Chauncey E. Baldwin, Charles W. Everett. — 
Cons., Julius Wise, Robert N. Stewart, George N. Brewster.— 
Coll., Charles L. Gold. — G. Jurors, Luman C. Wickwire, 
William C. Bennett, L. A. Robinson. — Assess., William 
M. Stratman, Samuel R. Scoville. — Board of R., Wilson P. 
Sturges, Ingersoll P. Reed, Charles L. Slade.— Reg. of Voters, 
Ransom F. Smith, William W. Bierce. — School *Visi tors, 
Edward C. Starr, Joseph Livingston, 189G; William M. S. 
Curtiss, John Pierpont, 1897; Philo M. Kellogg, Leonard J. 
Nickerson, 1898. 

COVENTRY. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., James S. Morgan 
(South Coventry). — Selectmen, Nathan C. Fuller (South 
Coventry), Perkins L. Lathrop, Andrew Kingsbury. — Cons., 
Eugene F. Hutchinson, Alfred N. Manning, Henry K. 
Washburn, Winfield S. Vinton, Ernest H. Ledayt, Walter 
H. Palmer, H. Bertram Pomeroy. — Coll., John Brown. — 
G. Jurors. William C. Latimer, George Keeney, Luther P. 
Gager, William K. Uncles, William A. Lathrop, John N. 
Walbridge — Assess., John Brown. Alexander S. Hawkins.— 
Board of R., Nathan C. White, William P. Rose, William 
Bradbury. — Reg. of Voters, John Brown, Alexander H. 
Pomeroy. — School Visitors, Alexander S. Hawkins, Andrew 
Kingsbury, 189G; H. Perkins Topliff, Mrs. Lydia A. Mason, 
1S97; John Brown, Charles R. Hall, 1898. 

CROMWELL. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Arthur Board- 
man. — Selectmen, John D. Allison, Daniel B. Marsh, Peter 
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210 TOWN OFFICERS. 

E. Nordine. — Cons., A. Howard Boardman, Thomas W. 
Beaumont, Abner N. Cornwall, Andrew Jacobson, George 
W. Rasted, Stephen Welch, James Dowling. — Coll., Thomas 
W. Beaumont. — G. Jurors, William E. Hulbert, Frederick 
Hubbard, Daniel Delaney.— Assess., Caleb S. Pease, Rock- 
well B. Hale. — Board of R., Edward S. Coe, Winit R. Sage, 
Maurice P. Walsh. — Reg. of Voters, Winit R. Sage, John 
T. Murphy.— School Visitors, T. D. Simpson, H. G. Marshall, 
1896; William E. Hulbert, Rockwell B. Hale, 1897; Frank 
K. Hallock, Charles T. Pratt, 1898. 

DANBURY. Clerk and Reg., Augustus G. Ising.— Treas., 
Harvey Williams. — Selectmen, Alexander Turner, Thomas 
T. Alexander, Levi K. Mansfield. — Cons., Frederick B. Cro- 
futt, William E. Luke, George M. Silvernail, Charles B. 
Prindle, Robert J. Brown. — Coll., Clifford L. Taylor. — G. 
Jurors, Charles H. Hoyt, Robert W. Davis, George E. Sturde- 
vant. — Assess., Benjamin E. Cowperthwait, Timothy H. 
Foster, William H. Lynch. — Board of R., Charles Bennett, 
Edward S. Fairchild, George L. Stratton. — Reg. of Voters, 
Thomas F. O'Rourke, W T illiam C. Dufrane. — School Visitors, 
Andrew C. Hubbard, William D. Lane, 1896; Benedict Starr, 
George E. Lemmer, 1897; George A. Gilbert, Howard B. 
Scott, 1898. 

DARIEN. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Thaddeus Bell. — 
Selectmen, Jeremiah C. Klinefelter (Noroton), Charles G. 
Waterbury, Alexander Mackey. — Cons., Smith O. Keeler, 
Alonzo W T eed, George J. Oberlander, James Wood. — Coll., 
John H. Whitney. — G. Jurors, Samuel C. Silliman, George 
S. Bailey, George W. Oberlander, Louis M. French.— Assess., 
John H. Whitney, Samuel P. Thompson, Francis S. Fitch. — 
Board of R., Clarence E. Scofield, James Curzon, Andrew 
S. Waterbury. — Reg., of Voters, George W. Fowler, Samuel 
S. Weed. — School Visitors, Louis French. Elisha T. Payne, 
1896; Samuel J. Austin, John W. Emmons, 1897; Edward 
A. Hall, Arthur Requa, 1898. 

DERBY. Selectmen, Abijah H. Gilbert, James P. Conaty. 
— Board of Education, John C. Reilly, H. Holton Wood, 
John McEnerney, 1897; Robert L. Gilbert, Dr. George L. 
Beardsley, Sidney E. Gesner, 1899. 

(Town and City consolidated, See City Officers.) 

DURHAM. Clerk and Reg., Andrew M. Camp. — Treas., 
Frank P. Brainerd. — Selectmen, Waldo R. Atwell, Willis 
I. Parmelee, Edgar T. Elliott. — Cons., Gilbert T. Nettleton, 
Edward F. White. — Coll., Lucius H. Foote. — G. Jurors, 
Henry S. Baldwin, Jacob Zeissett. — Assess., Gilbert T. 
Nettleton, Wilbur L. Davis. — Board of R., Henry S. Bald- 
win, Ernest A. Markham, Gilbert S. Stone, Waldo R. Atwell, 
Talcott P. Strong. — Reg. of Voters, John Marshall, Wilbur 



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L. Davis. — School Visitors, Stephen A. Seward, William 

B. Clark, 1S90; Joseph Hooper, Mary J. Camp, 1897; William 
T. Coe, Mrs. Ellen Mathewson, 1898. 

EASTFORD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Charles O. War- 
ren. — Selectmen, M. F. Latham (Phamixville), George N. 
Lyon, Ira Morse. — Cons., Warren P. Keith, James L. 
Seaton, William II. Piatt, Charles A. Walker, Albert West, 
Freeman Putnam, E. R. Badger, O. B. Carpenter. — Coll., 
Warren P. Keith. — G. Jurors, Charles H. Thayer, F. G. 
Slye, William H. Corbin, Robert Arnold, Wm. H. Clemens, 
John -G. Clapp. — Assess., A. L. Johnson, H. B. Buell. — 
Board of R., H. H. Converse, Charles A. Wheaton. — Reg. 
of Voters, J. M. Keith, S. A. Wheaton. — School Visitors, 

C. M. Jones, S. A. Wheaton, 189G; John P. Trowbridge, A. 
L. Johnson, 1897; M. F. Latham, George A. Keach, 1898. 

EAST GRANBY. Clerk and Reg., Frank H. Kibbe. — 
Treas., Charles W. Bates. — Selectmen, George E. Bidwell, 
Willard W. Viets, William A. Viets. — Cons., Willard W. 
Viets, Charles E. Owen, George H. Clark, Charles P. Viets, 
Norwood T. Case, Samuel D. Viets. — Coll., Morton A. Hol- 
comb. — G. Jurors, Wilbur H. Gay, Clytus Hayes, Horace 
V. Griffin, William A. Foster, Edward C. Tallmadge, James 
A. Griswold. — Assess., Morgan J. Bacon, Almon B. Phelps. — 
Board of R., B. Ellsworth Smith, Samuel A. Clark. — Reg. 
of Voters, Morton A. Holcomb, Henry L. Clark. — School 
Visitors, Benjamin P. Clark, B. Ellsworth Smith, 1896; 
Moses E. Seymour, James A. Griswold, 1897; Jason R. Viets, 
Charles W. Bates, 1898. 

EAST H ADD AM. Clerk and Reg., Marion H. Watrous.- 
Treas., James H. Morton. — Selectmen, Sidney S. Carter 
(Moodus), James R. Warner, Wilbur F. Wright. — Cons., 
George H. Rose, Francis W. Brainerd, William W. Gates, 
James E. Bride, George O. Palmes. — Coll., Gilbert H. 
Strong. — G. Jurors, Robert W. Bingham, Joseph H. Lee. 
William H. Tracy, Henry E. Shroeder, Henry B. Maynard. 
Theron F. Griswold. — Assess., Frank R. Davison, Samuel 
H. Phelps, David B. Emmons. — Board of R., Sylvester W. 
Smith, Charles S. Jewett, Joseph A. Williams. — Reg. of 
Voters, Robert W. Bingham, Charles H. Rogers. — School 
Visitors, Hattie E. Hotchkiss, George L. Edwards, 1896; 
Julius Attwood, Henry E. Shroeder, 1897; Norris W. Rath- 
bun, Jabez Marshall, 1898. 

EAST HARTFORD. Clerk and Reg., Joseph O. Goodwin.- 
Treas., Charles Merriman. — Selectmen, Edward E. King, 
James S. Forbes, Joel H. Brewer. — Cons., Arthur P. Moore, 
Alexander Schmidt, Jr., Hugh Boyle, John Ruoff, Thomas 
D. Reid, Robert W. Kappenberg, Erastus R. Cowles. — 
Coll., Arthur P. Moore. — G. Jurors, Michael H. Kearns, 



212 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Ephraim Rood, Truman Hale, James S. Forbes, Horace B. 
Williams, Willis E. Calkins. — Assess., Elijah Ackley, Clias. 
M. Smith, Addison Pitkin. — Board of R., William H. 
Brewer, Norman S. Brewer, Charles R. Forbes. — Reg. of 
Voters, William H. Flanigan, Howard C. Gaines. — School 
Visitors, Francis P. Bacheler, Thomas S. O'Conell, George 
K. Wilcox, 1896; George A. Bowman, F. Howard Ensign, 
Elijah Ackley, 1897; Joseph Q, Goodwin, Walter G. Murphy, 
Franklin H. Mayberry, 1898. 

EAST HAVEN. Clerk and Reg., Augustus Street.— Treas., 
Frederick L. Hawkins. — Selectmen, John S. Tyler, Leonard 
R. Andrews, Edmond B. Woodward. — Cons., William H. 
Chidsey, Charles Keyes, Henry Palmer, H. Lincoln Andrews, 
Frank M. Sperry, Henry C. Trout, Jared B. Hemingway. — 
Coll., Augustus Street. — G. Jurors, Gilbert Vausickles, 
Charles W T . Granniss, Charles I. Curtis, Geo. D. Page, Horace 
A. Smith, Leverett S. Bagley. — Assess., F. Foote Andrews, 
Reuben H. Coe. — Board of R., Henry Smith, Walter M. 
Bailey. — Reg. of Voters, Horace Woods, Leverett S. Bag- 
ley. — School Visitors, Charles W. Granniss, Ebenezer Gil- 
bert, 1890; Lottie E. Street, Charles W. Bradley, 1897; H. 
Walter Chidsey, Grove J. Tuttle, 1898. 

EAST LYME. Clerk and Reg., Arthur B. Calkins.— Treas., 
Charles Babcock.— Selectmen, Calvin S. Davis (Niantic), P. A. 
Beckvvith, Frank A. Fox.— Cons., George P. Hill, Charles A. 
Havens, William Partlaw, James B. Huntley, J. H. Tubbs, 
A. O. Rogers, William Rook. — Coll., Walter L. Smith. — G. 
Jurors, Enoch L. Beckwith, John Coats, Charles E. Beebe, 
J. E. Watrous, J. W. Manwaring, George I. Holmes, Edward 
Luce. — Assess., James Miner, Daniel Fraser, D. B. Rich- 
mond. — Board of R., James A. Way, Albert S. Manwaring, 
Clement S. Manwaring. — Reg. of Voters, Frank P. Bocan.— 
James B. Huntley, J. H. Tubbs, R. C. Beckwith. — Auditors. 
Frank P. Bocan, Charles A. Beckwith. — School Visitors, 
Frederic Dart, Eugene K. Beckwith, 1890; Frank Burch, 
Henry R. Harding, 1897; Daniel Fraser, B. K. Chapman, 
1S98. 

E ASTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Charles F. Silliman.— 
Selectmen, Ellis Wheeler, Daniel Edwards, William Wake- 
man. — Cons., Charles Candee, Jesse Wheeler, George D. 
Seeley, Edson P. Fisher, G. Burr Tucker, Coley E. Fields, 
Charles Courtney. — Coll., Bennett Seeley. — G. Jurors, Eber 
Gould, Henry Wakeman. George B. Beers, William H. Grun> 
man, Charles S. Banks, Hanford W. Lyon. — Assess., James 
S. Tyler, G. Burr Tucker. — Board of R., Eli Winton, George 
S. Banks, Marion Williams. — Reg. of Voters. Bennett 
Seeley, George J. Banks. — School Visitors, Franklin Sher- 
wood, William Wakeman, 1890; Charles Everett, George J. 
Banks, 1897; George S. Gillette, William H. Grumman, 189a 



TOWN OFFICERS. 313 

EAST WINDSOR. Clem, Reg., and Treas., Howard O. 
Allen (Broad Brook). — Selectmen, E. Morton Granger 
(Brood Brook), Henry TV. Allen, George A. Ellis. — Cons., 
Andrew J. Fish, Wilson A. Barber, Arthur E. Potwine, 
Ralph C. Lasbury, Patrick Quirk, Charles Boyle, Lawrence 

E. Daley. — Coll., Arthur E. Potwine. — G. Jurors, William 
M. Dunham, Elbert H. Sloan, Frederick E. Bissell, Andrew 
Hamilton, Dwight P. Dunham, Andrew S. Dickinson. — 
Assess., Joseph A. Pascoe, Francis A. Hamilton. — Board 
of R., James Price, S. Terry Wells, Mahlon H. Bancroft. — 
Reg. of Voters, John B. Noble, Francis A. Hamilton. — 
School Visitors, Orson S. Wood, S. Terry Wells, Mahlon H. 
Bancroft, 1896; Howard O. Allen, Arthur H. Wright. Jabez 
S. Allen, Jr., 1897; John B. Noble, John F. Fitts, George S. 
Phelps, 1898. 

ELLINGTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Edwin B. Kibbe, 
— Selectmen, Alfred U. Charter, Albert Hyneck, Erwin 

F. Miller. — Cons., John J. Donovan, Edward Quinn, JoIid H. 
Lynch, Leon C. Leach, Alonzo H. Peck, Morton E. Thomp- 
son, John Walz. — Coll., Matthew C. Bahr. — G. Jurors. 
Ferdinand C. Hyneck, Orono M. Richardson, Ephraim H. 
Dimock, Henry M. Niles, Milo Hamilton, George T. Smith. — 
Assess., Julius C. Hirth, Henry M. Niles, John C. Miller. — 
Board of R., William Crane, Arthur B. Davis, Arthur A. 
Hyde. — Reg. of Voters, William Crane, Francis M. Char- 
ter. — School Visitors, Frank B. Naugle, Frederick A. 
Pierson, Martha E. K. Chctpman, 1896; James M. Marks, 
Miles H. Aborn, Dwight F. Lull, 1897; Albert Pinney, 
Ortive C. Eaton, Edwin T. Davis, 1898. 

ENFIELD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Robert E. Spencer 
(Thompsonville). — Selectmen, Jabez P. Davis (Tliompson- 
ville), George H. Payne, William Mulligan. — Cons., George 
L. Wilson, Thomas W. Moore, Alexander Beehlor, Ed- 
ward Bromage, Jr., Thomas Hayden, Daniel J. O'Hear, 
George Leete, Jr. — Coll., John Ure. — G. Jurors, Jeremiah 
P. Townson, James F. Skinner, Harlan P. Parsons, John 
Jamieson, John T. Sullivan, Frederick R. Furey. — Assess., 
Charles F. Morrison, Charles W. Clark, William J. Hughes.— 
Board of R., Robert Hilditch, Frank H. Abbe, Frank W. 
Parsons, Henry G. Varno, Elam A. French. — Reg. of Voters, 
Albert T. Lord, James Hughes.— School Committee, Samuel 
A. Booth, Oliver W. Means, James B. Houston, 1896; George 
F. Chapin, John F. Dowling, Lyman A. Upson, 1897; George 
T. Finch, Amos D. Bridge, Ashmun P. Prickett, 1898. 

ESSEX. Clerk and Reg., James L. Phelps. — Treas., 
Edward W. Redfield. — Selectmen, George B. French (Ivory- 
ton), James L. Pratt, William H. Parmelee. — Cons., James 
L. Pratt, Jared A. Jones, William M. Baker, Joseph G. 
Hurlbut. — Coll., Chancey Spencer. — G. Jurors, Theodore 



214 TOWN OFFICERS. 

F. Rose, Edwin T. Pratt, Thomas D. Coulter, J. Fred Med- 
calf. — Assess., Jerome Bushnell, Lucius L. Wooster, Henry 
H. Williams. — Board of R., Edwin Pratt, Charles H. Rose, 
William I. Doane. — Reg. of Voters, Joseph R. Johnson, 
Isaac U. Horton, Arthur C. Cheney, Justus J. Jones.— School 
Committee, John Halliday, George B. Stillman, Edwin T. 
Pratt, Frederick Koehler, 1896; Leverett G. Griggs, George 
M. Clark, George H. Hardman, Thomas D. Coulter, 1S97; 
Charles Harrington, Robert H. Comstock, Curtis P. Jones, 
Frank A. Shatter, 1898. 

FAIRFIELD. Clerk and Reg., Elmore S. Banks— Treas., 
Abram B. Sturges. — Selectmen, Simon C. Bradley (Green- 
field Hill), Iiuf us B. Jennings, Henry Horn. — Cons., Fred- 
erick E. Pratt, Frederick Disbrow, Thomas Carey, Jr., 
Thomas J. McCann, Dwight B. Adams, David H. Fallon, 
Dennis Connors. — Coll., Elmore S. Banks. — G. Jurors, 
Henry Tweedy, Henry H. Perry, Bacon Wakeman, William 
J. Sherwood, Edward M. Bulkley, H. Marcus Wheeler. — 
Assess., Andrew B. Wakeman, Edward Osborn, Edward 
M. Bulkley. — Board of R., Horace B. Burr, Sherwood 
Banks, William Burr. — Reg. of Voters, Andrew B. Wake- 
man, George Smith. — School Committee, Thomas J. Cole- 
man, Moses E. Banks, 1896; Edward L. Wells, Michael B. 
Lacey, 1897; W. Strother Jones, Martin V. B. Dunham, 1898. 

FARMINGTON. Clerk and Reg., Thomas L. Porter.— 
Treas., Henry W. Hart. — Selectmen, Richard H. Condon 
(Unionville), Charles C. Georgia, Edward H. Deming. — 
Cons., Michael E. McNerney, Timothy McCarthy, John J. 
Hogarty, William A. Rutherford, James Burns, Gustavus 
Cowles, Steven Beller.— Coll., Maurice Murphy.— G. Jurors, 
Thomas Scott, G. Arthur Hill, John McMahon, William B. 
McKenney, Joseph Hogarty, Charles W. James. — Assess., 
Thomas Scott, James Southergill, John P. Lewis. — Board 
of R., Charles W. Lewis, Robert Rust, John Riley. — Reg. 
of Voters, W T illiam H. Bronson, John Leopard, Samuel F. 
Graham, Henry D. Brown. — School Visitors, William 
H. Redding, George F. Dunning, Martin L. Parsons, 1896; 
Samuel Frisbie, Nelson O. Keyes, Henry W. Barbour, 1897; 
Erastus Gay, David D. Marsh, Charles Brandegee, 1898. 

FRANKLIN. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Samuel G. Harts- 
born. — Selectmen, J. Henry King (Lebanon), Herman 
A. Gager, Henry Bellows. — Cons., Herbert L. Manning, 
Willie H. Robinson, Albert W. Hillard, George R. Sherman, 
James D. McCarthy, Charles H. Ladd, Michael Neuman. — 
Coll., Otis B. Hyde. — G. Jurors, Otis B. Hyde, Louis H. 
Smith, William S. Tucker, Peletiah L. Mabrey, George A. 
Armstrong, Charles L. Howard. — Assess., Frank B. Greens- 
lit, James B. Bliven, Ralph L. Main. — Board of R., George 
E. Starkweather, James L. Austin, Peletiah L. Mabrey. — 



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Reg. of Voters, James H. Hyde, Michael E. Mullen. —School 
Visitors, Clayton H. Lathrop, Daniel McCarthy, 1896; Henry 
Bellows, George L. Ladd, 1897; George E. Starkweather, 
George H. Griffing, 1898. 

GLASTONBURY. Clerk and Reg., Clinton O. Talcott. — 
Treas., Samuel H. Williams. — Selectmen, Emerson E. 01- 
cott, Hartwell N. Brainard, Henry Moseley. — Cons., Daniel 
L. Talcott, John C. Smith, John S. Quinn, Albert R. Hall, 
James O. Griswold. — Coll., Alfred A. Welles. — G. Jurors. 
Charles H. Talcott, Frank D. Glazier, Hartwell N. Brainard, 
Charles J. Goodale, Jesse W. Griswold. — Assess., Edwin H. 
Andrews, Willard E. Howe, Henry G. Miller, Edward E. 
Thompson. — Board of R. Benjamin F. Turner, Roswell E. 
Merrick, William Warner. — Reg. of Voters, Henry A. 
Kinne, Edgar Hale. — School Visitors, Alonzo A. Babcock, 
Ada B. Crosby, 1S96; William I. Goodale, Milton D. Tracy, 
1897; Addie S. Hale, William H. Griswold, 1898. 

GOSHEN. Clerk and Reg., J. Howard North. — Treas., 
Charles J. Porter. — Selectmen, Frederick A. Lucas (West 
Goshen), Lorrain Apley, John Quaine.— Cons., John P. Por- 
ter, John M. Wadhams, Jr., Horatio N. Adams.— Coll., John 
P. Porter. — G. Jurors, Charles Morris, Thaddeus R. Ives, 
Franklin E. Wadhams, Charles F. Greene, Edmund J. Apley, 
Lucien N. Whiting.— Assess., Albert Sperry, Daniel N. Lucas, 
Lyman Hall. — Board of R., George W. Humphrey, Robert I. 
Allyn, John D. Barton. — Reg. of Voters, Charles J. Porter, 
John H. Wadhams. — School Visitors, Willard E. Gaylord, 
George J. Johnson, 1896; Elbert S. Richards, Volney E. Mer« 
win, 1897; Harrison Ives, A. G. Creamer, 1898. 

GRANBY. Clerk and Reg., Chester P. Loomis. — Treas., 
Albert B. Wells. — Selectmen, Dwight F. Newton (West 
Granby), Edward P. Rice, Benton Holcomb. — Cons., Jesse 
W. Ely, Nelson W. Phelps, Perry A. Higley, Duane C. Wil- 
cox, William Humphrey. — Coll., Fred M. Colton.— G. Jurors, 
H. W. Eggleston, Adelbert M. Graham, Albert B. Wells, 
Albert C. Latham, Charles D. Griffin. — Assess., Marshall 
H. Griffin, Burt B. Messenger, Rollin W. Griffin. — Board 
of R., Ned E. Kendall, Elbert M. Cushman, George O. 
Beach. — Reg. of Voters, Fred J. Jewett, Nathaniel Hol- 
comb. — School Visitors, Charles B. Case, Henry J. Dewey, 
George O. Beach, 1896; Oscar D. Case, Condit Hayes, 
George S. Godard, 1897; Fred J. Jewett, Chester P. Loomis, 
Lewis C. Spring, 1898. 

GREENWICH. Clerk and Reg., James R. Mead. —Treas., 
Richard Bullwinkle. — Selectmen, Nathaniel A. Knapp 
(Round Hill), Wlliiam H. Wessels, Elisha Minor. — Cons.. 
Philip Finnegan, William E. Seeley, Benjamin W. Jarman, 
Addison Palmer, John Fulton, Christopher D. Olmstead, 



216 TOWN OFFICERS. 

John H. Ward.— Coll., Philip Finnegan. — G. Jurors, Charles 
Atwood. Robert M. Bruce, Conrad Alves, Webster Haight, 
Richard H. Cox. Ezekiel Reynolds. — Assess., J. Brush Has- 
ted, Underbill Lyon, Jesse R. Radford, Seaman Mead, Silas 
E. Mead. — Board of R., Eliphalet P. Heusted, Patrick T. 
Mongon, Paul B. Ferris. — Reg. of Voters, George W. Brush, 
James L. Marshall. — School Visitors, Henry C. Boswell, 
Isaac L. Mead, 1S9G; Thomas E. Fox, James L. Marshall, 
1897; Thomas F. Howley, Silas E. Mead, 1898. 

GR1SWOLD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., William H. Tift 
(Jcwett City). — Selectmen, Frederick H. Fanning (Jewctt 
City), Samuel S. Edmond, Maxcy Seymour. — Cons., Patrick 
B. Driscoll, Dennis Barnett, R. H. Young, Henry Lester, 
Charles W. Wilkelson, Edmond Wood, John N. Gardiner. — 
Coll., John B. Leclaire. — G. Jurors, Palmer A. Brown, Hiram 
M. Miner, William C. Bliven, William T. Carpenter, Henry 
McCusker, Albert Button.— Assess., Clark C. Palmer, Owen 
Hovey. — Board of R., Edward Cook, John D. Eccleston, 
George N. Holmes. — Reg. of Voters, George Boardman, 
Byron P. Yonng, Alfred H. Burn ham, Joseph H. McCarthy.— 
Board of Education, John Potter, Robert S. Tyler, Adeline 
A. Gardiner, 189G; John D. Eccleston, Sophia L. B. Burnham, 
Mrs. Earl M. Swift, 1897; John A. Owen, Ella J. Burton, 
John C. Hawkins, 1898. 

GROTON. Clerk and Reg., James D. Avery (PoquonocJc 
Brklye). — Treas., John O. Fish. — Selectmen, Amos R. 
Chapman (Mystic), Everett L. Crane, Albert Stanton. — 
Cons., Thomas J. Sawyer, Henry C. Parke, James W. Pol- 
lard, Frederick T. Douglass, Joseph A. Allen, James W. 
Rathbun, Ernest W. Brown. — Coll., Stephen A. Perkins. — 
G. Jurors, John G. Packer, Dudley P. Chapman, Albert W. 
Perkins, James L. Collins, William E. Spicer. — Assess., 
Daniel W. Morgan, Cyrus Avery, Levi Watrous. — Board 
of R., Delmore P. Carter, Daniel W. Chester, George W. 
Moxley. — Reg. of Voters, John T. Batty, Byron M. O'Brien, 
James L. Weaver, John W. Chapman, Nelson H. Burrows, 
Loren L. Park. — School Visitors, Augustin S. Chester, Win. 
H. Brainard, 1896; Charles R. Heath, Joseph Hull, 1897; 
Clara B. Whitman, Alice M. Turner, 1898. 

GUILFORD. Clerk and Reg., Charles H. Post. — Treas., 
George S. Davis. — Selectmen, Samuel G. Hubbard, George 
H. Bartlett, James D. Goldsmith. — Cons., Edmund S. Jill- 
son, Jerome C. Potter, George W. Dudley, Arthur F. Scran- 
ton, Frederick Leete, William L. Hall, David Beattie. — 
Coll., Edward E. Griswold. — G. Jurors, Clifford F. Bishop, 
Levi O. Chittenden, Charles M. Potter, Scott M. Bryan, Ed- 
win S. Spencer, Elbert B. Potter. — Assess., George W. 
Dudley, Erastus Dudley, Daniel R. Spencer. — Board of 
P., Levi O. Chittenden, Cyrus O. Bartlett, Horatio N. Lane.— 



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Reg. of Voters, E. Walter Leete, William L. Stone. — School 
Visitors, John W. Norton, Pascal K. Hoadley, Wilfred H. 
Dean, 1890; George W. Banks, George H. Beebe, Edward 
M. Leete, 1897; E. Walter Leete, Erwin W. Rossiter, Wil- 
liam G. Andrews, 1898. 

HADDAM. Clerk and Reg., John H. Russell. — Treas., 
Russell H. Shailer. — Selectmen, Ephraiin P. Arnold, Fran- 
cis A. House, George A. Dickinson. — Cons., Samuel Arnold, 
Alvin B. Spencer, Charles A. Arnold, Peter A. Nelson, Ro- 
land S. Tyler, Chauncey Dickinson, Charles D. Merwin. — 
Coll., Charles D. Merwin. — G. Jurors, Zachariah Brainard, 
Arthur B. House, Stephen H. Burr. — Assess., Orrin Shniler, 
Harvey G. Brainard, John H. Odber. — Board of R., Ralph 
E. Thayer, Arthur B. House, Chauncey S. Tyler. — Reg. 
of Voters, Samuel Arnold, Ezekiel Shailer, Heman Mer- 
win, Edward D. Gilbert, Abbott W. Arnold, Henry M. Sei- 
dell. — School Visitors, Ephraim P. Arnold, Ralph E. 
Thayer, Everett E. Lewis, 189G; Orrin Shailer, Daniel P. 
Smith, Selden W. Noyes, 1897; Robert B. Clark, LeRoy A. 
Smith, William F. Bailey, 1898. 

HAMDEN. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Ellsworth B. Cooper. 
— Selectmen, John H. Davis (WhltneyviUe), Horace D. 
Johnson, William Hitchcock. — Cons., George W. Malone, 
Bennett J. Dickerman, Charles D. Cook, Charles W. Malie, 
Thomas F. O'Connell. — Coll., Warren U. Terrell.— G. Jurors, 
Joseph D. Bradley, Harry P. Woodruff, Thomas D. Roch- 
ford, Jr. — Assess., Samuel A. Flight, Gilbert S. Benham. — 
Board of R., Wilbur C. Ives, Hay den A. Whiting, Bela H. 
Mann. — Reg. of Voters, Wilbur C. Ives, Andrew McKeon. — 
School Committee, Sereno T. Cook, William M. Mix, Henry 
R. Stadtmiller, 1896; Arthur E. Woodruff, Wm. J. Brewster, 
John M. Hindinger, 1897; Charles F. Clarke, Cullen B. 
Foote, Hervey T. Potter, 1S98. 

HAMPTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., William H. Burn- 
ham. — Selectmen, Lester H. Jewett {Clark Corners), 
John H. Fitts, Austin E. Pearl. — Cons., Lester H. Burn- 
ham, Herman Allen, Lester A. Pearl. — Colls., T. J. Riley. — 
G. Jurors, Fred Litchfield, Joseph W. Congdon, Wallace 
N. Jewett. — Assess., David P. Weaver, George H. Kimball.— 
Board of R., George E. Fitts, Joseph W. Congdon, George M. 
Thompson. — Reg. of Voters, Carll A. Lewis, George M. Per- 
kins. — School Visitors, Henry Clapp, Nellie C. Cleveland, 
Austin E. Pearl, 1896; Addison J. Greenslit, Joseph W. Cong- 
don, Allen Jewitt, 1897; Carll A. Lewis, Frank E. Whittaker, 
Thomas McLaughlin, 1898. 

HARTFORD. Clerk and Reg., Henry F. Smith. — Treas., 
Chas. C. Strong. — Selectmen, Thomas J. Blake, George 
Ulrich, Edward H. Judd, Henry J. Zweygartt, Hart Tal- 



218 TOWN OFFICERS. 

cott. — Cons., Thomas B. Chapman, Willis A. Pierce, Charles 
W. Cole, William G. Watson, Richard B. Hetherton, Sey- 
mour P. Agnew, Charles Taussig.— Coll., George W. Fowler. 
— G. Jurors, Austin Brainard, Lucius P. Robinson, Leonard 
Morse, Timothy E. Steele, John W. Coogan.— Assess., Robert 
D. Bone, Samuel N. Benedict, George H. Hayden. — Board of 
R., George Mahl, Edward Shelton, Thomas W. Gunshanan. 
— Reg. of Voters, Edward S. Young, William Cotter. — 
School Visitors, Henry Bryant, Sidney E. Clark, James H. 
Jarman, 1896; Welthea T. Day, Leonard A. Dickinson, 
Charles C. Beach, 1897; Andrew P. Gates, Philander C. 
Royce, John Henry Brocklesby, 1898. 

HARTLAND. Clerk and Reg., Dwight W. Merrell (East 
Hartland). — Treas., Seth F. Roberts. — Selectmen, Irving 
O. Emmons (East Hartland), Clarence E. Ward, Edward 

A. Collins. — Cons., Talcot T. Banning, Jr., Minor O. Clark, 
William L. Hayes, Nymphus M. Wright. — Coll., Dwight 
W. Merrell. — G. Jurors, Willis Wright, James E. Pierce, 
Carlton Howd, Joel E. Avery, Phineas C. Stevens, Orton 
P. French. — Assess., Edward E . Emmons, Osborn E. 
Murphy. — Board of R., William L. Hayes, Samuel E. 
Carrier, John H. Wheeler. — Reg. of Voters, Carlton E. Os- 
born, Clifford L. Cowdry. — School Visitors, Charles Tilla- 
paugh, Edgar B. Case, 1896; Horace J. Ward, Edward A. 
Collins, 1897; Dwight W. Merrell, Frank L. Roberts, 1898. 

HARWINTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Martin L. Good- 
win. — Selectmen, Charles S. Birge, Sherman B. Barber, 
Wallace K. Curtiss. — Cons., Patrick Hogan, Jr., Norman 

B. Fowler. — Coll., Patrick Hogan, Jr. — G. Jurors, Willis 
Catlin, Lucius P. Drake, Charles L. Blake. — Assess., Frank 
A. Cleveland, Thomas Q. Hogan. — Board of R., Marvin 
Pierce, Eugene W. Hinman, Charles L. Blake. — Reg. of 
Voters, David B. Mansfield, John H. Reynolds. — School 
Committee, Martin L. Goodwin, Walter S. Balch, 1896; 
Clarence M. Ely, Albert G. Wilson, 1897; Albert W. Buell, 
Charles L. Blake, 1898. 

HEBRON. Clerk and Reg., Daniel W. White. — Treas., 
W. S. Hewitt. — Selectmen, Frank R. Post, H. A. Spafard, 
Julius Hills. — Cons., J. B. Fillmore, Frederick Prentice, 

C. G. Allyn, John E. Ellis, Carlton B. Jones, C. Earl Park 
Albert J. Hills.— Coll., Jared B. Fillmore.— G. Jurors, George 
C. Tennant, John R. Gilbert, W. O. Turner, Dan Jones, Wil- 
liam E. Latham, Cyrus H. Pendleton. — Assess., Edwin 
T. Smith, Hart E. Buell, Wilbur N. Hills. — Board of R„ 
F. G. Waldo, Alfred W. Hutchinson, David N. Jones. — 
Reg. of Voters, Josiah M. Buell, James A. Way. — School 
Visitors, Hart E. Buell, Charles L. Phelps, Leroy P. Tilden, 
1896; Daniel W. Post, David N. Jones, Frank R. Post, 1897; 
H. A. Spafard, Henry B. Mason, Cyrus H. Pendleton, 1898. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 219 

HUNTINGTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., J. Tomlinson 
(Shelton). — Selectmen, Stephen T. Palmer (SJwlton), Nicho- 
las Wakelee, Nathan I. Bennett. — Cons., Gideon Tom- 
linson, S. Byron Brownson, William F. Askam, Ernest 
Wagner, Thomas B. Burgess, Frederick H. Bennett, Arthur 
C. Booth.— Coll., J. Tomlinson.— G. Jurors, David T. Beecher, 
Walter W. Radcliffe, David S. Clarke, William G. Booth, 
James H. Beard, William H. Main. — Assess., John H. Bar- 
low. Daniel A. Nichols, Max A. Durrschmidt. — Board of 
R., George W. Beardsley, Charles Beard, Lewis B. Gray. — 
Reg of Voters, William Holmes, William G. Booth, William 
S. Hooper, Justus Edwards. — School Committee, Frederick 
Durand, Lewis W. Booth, 1896; D. S. Brinsmade, Erastus 
Bennett, 1897; Horace Wheeler, Edward S. Hawley, 1898. 

KENT. Clerk and Reg., Jerome F. Gibbs.— Treas., Charles 
H. Gaylord. — Selectmen, George L. Seger, John A. More- 
house, Elroy S. Jennings.— Cons., Eugene W. Bull, Thomas 
Collier, Charles L. Chase, Daniel Tobin, Frank S. Peet, Lewis 
H. Ives, Robert J. BoycL — Coll., Fred H. Chase. — G. Jurors, 
Charles S. Smith, William K. Stone. — Assess., William 
E. Page, Don C. Peet, Lewis S. Northrop. — Board of R., 
John Chase, Charles Lee, Charles L. Spooner. — Reg. of 
Voters, Mott Darling, Charles L. Spooner.— School Visitors, 
John Slosson, Charles L. Spooner, 1896; John Chase, Birdsey 
G. Pratt, 1897; Irwin J. Beardsley, Jerome Judd, 1898. 

KILLINGLY. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Frank T. Preston 
(Danielsoii). — Town Agent, Esquare B. Miller. — Select- 
men, Oliver W. Bowen (Danielson), James W. Burlin- 
game, John H. Perry, Henry L. Hammond, John Chase. — 
Cons., Edward S. Carpenter, Halsey T. Davis, Michael Grim- 
shaw, Marcus Bastow, George M. Pilling, George F. Gay. 
Alcott D. Sayles. — Coll., Edward S. Carpenter. — G. Jurors. 
Joseph W. Stone, Albert E. Gay, James E. Smith, Thomas 
Bradford, George W. Jaques. — Assess., William H. Chollar, 
George H. Wheaton, William H. Oatley, Frank W. Chap- 
man, Amos Hammond. — Board of R., George Lloyd, David 
Chase, James N. Tucker, Reuben Pilling, Welcome D. Sayles. 
— Reg. of Voters, Charles N. Capron, George H. Wheaton. 
Sidney Bastow, Christopher Kent, Newton Phillips, Amos 
Hammond.— School Visitors, Nathaniel Hibbard, Marshall 
P. Dowe, Caroline W. Bennett, 1896; Anthony Ames, Henry 
L. HamDiond, Emily C. Merriam, 1897; Asahel E. Darling, 
John A. Paine, Henry C. Warren, 1898. 

KILLINGW T ORTH. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Orson L. 
Dudley. — Selectmen, Charles G. Redfield, John E. Harris. 
Charles N: Davis. — Cons., Lovell D. Parmelee, Charles E. 
Nettleton. — Coll., Myron G. Lane. — G. Jurors, Samuel G. 
Redfield, Elias S. Isbell, Henry H. Wright— Assess., Nathan 
H. Evarts, Sherman E. Griswold. — Board of R., Washington 



220 TOWN OFFICERS. 

A. Snow, Leverett W. Parmelee. — Reg-, of Voters, Charles 
G. Redfield, Avington D. Parmelee.— School Visitors, Lauren 
L. Nettleton, Harlow L. Nettleton, 1896. 

LEBANON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Charles J. Abell. — 
Selectmen, John Clarke {Liberty Hill), Fred J. Brown, 
Charles Taylor, Jr., Frank P. Fowler. — Cods., Asa C. Peck- 
ham, James Y. Thomas, N. James Kenyon, Charles B. 
Noyes. — Coll., Myron R. Abell. — G. Jurors, George A. Mills, 
Charles H. Loomis, W. I. Mott, Thomas H. Ward. — Assess., 
Charles H. Loomis, George A. Nye, William W. Palmer, 
George H. Thomas. — Board of R., James Y. Thomas, Wil- 
liam F. Gates, George Wilcox, Reuben P. Burgess. — Reg. 
of Voters, Frank K. Noyes, Leverett A. Mauwaring. — 
School Visitors, R. E. Turner, 1896; I. Gillette, E. L. Richard- 
son, 1897. 

LEDYARD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., William W. Gray. — 
Selectmen, Charles A. Gray (Sheioville), Charles S. Cas- 
well, Charles A. Saterlee. — Cons., Henry E. Collins, Nathan 
Holdridge, Horace Main, James B. Gray, James A. Stoddard, 
George W. Palmer, H. N. Newberry. — Coll., Henry E. Col- 
lins. — G. Jurors, Hibbard R. Norman, Enos M. Gray, Benja- 
min B. Feckham, Palmer Allyn. — Assess., Charles S. Hewitt, 
Albert B. Ecclestone, Daniel W. Lamb.— Board of R., Joseph 
Holdridge, Amandar W. Gray, James Belden.— Reg. of Voters, 
Joseph A. Gallup, Jacob Gallup. — School Visitors, Albert 
E. Kinnouth, George Fanning, Isaac G. Geer, 1898. 

LISBON. Clerk and Reg., George G. Bromley (Jewett 
City). — Treas., Thomas C. Francis. — Selectmen, James 
H. Kennedy {Jewett City), Thomas D. Phillips, Andrew 
A. Adams. — Cons., Clarence A. Mill. — Coll., Calvin D. 
Bromley. — G. Jurors, Merrill Fitch, Benjamin G. Hull, 
John Murphy, Ira D. Palmer, William R. Mott. — Assess., 
Albert A. Hills, Benjamin G. Hull. — Board of R., Russell 
W. Fitch, Thomas H. Read, James B. Palmer. — Reg. of 
Voters, Frank E. Hyde, Michael J. Connell.— School Visitors, 
C. J. Bromley, Hezekiah L. Reade, 1896; John W. Payne, 
George G. Bromley, 1897; Quincy M. Bosworth, Dora B. 
Bromley, 1898. 

LITCHFIELD. Clerk and Reg., Edward E. Champlin. - 
Treas., George M. Woodruff.— Selectmen, Charles Merriman, 
Moses W. Doyle, Fred. F. Clark, Christian R. Iffland, John 
L. Plumb.— Cons., John E. Sedgwick, Ozias Benedict, George 
H. Gill, Thomas J. MacDonald, Theron J. Loveland, Ithamar 
T. Dickinson, Elbert A. Hopkins. — Coll., George Kenney.— 
G. Jurors, Elbert P. Roberts, Charles I. Page, Charles D. 
Burrill, John T. Hubbard, Elias Bennett, Samuel E. Cross- 
man. — Assess., Eugene W. Meafoy, Howard J. Newberry, 
Hiram N. French, William P. Crossman, William J. Hall. -* 



TOWK OFFICERS. 221 

Board of R., Aaron Crutch, William T. Marsh, Samuel J. 
Cone, Newton G. Tyler, Cornelius R. Duffie, Jr. — Reg. of 
Voters, Elbert P. Roberts, Alexander B. Shumway, Charles 
W. Talcott, J. Howard Catlin. — School Committee, George 

A. Smith, 1896; James P. Woodruff, George W. Mason, 1897; 
Elbert P. Roberts, Charles D. Kilbourn, 1S98. 

LYME. Clerk and Reg., Seymour L. Parker (Ham- 
burgh). — Treas., Judah H. Lord. — Selectmen, Charles 
Stark (North Lyme), E. Hart Geer, Judah S. Hall. — 
Cons., Charles E. Brooks, Harry C. Pierson, Jared S. Dan- 
iels. — Coll., J. Warren Stark. — G. Jurors, James E. Beebe, 
R. Lynde Selden, Lewis W. Alger. — Assess., William F. 
Comstock, Pascal L. Gillette, J. Raymond Warren. — Board 
of R., James E. Beebe, Roswell P. LaPlace, Erastus M. 
Caulkins. — Reg. of Voters, Hayden L. Reynolds, Jared S. 
Daniels. — School Visitors, Henry B. Sisson, James Daniels, 
1896; Enoch F. Burr, J. Griffin Ely, 1897; James A. Sterling, 
John G. Ward, 1898. 

MADISON. Clerk and Reg., Samuel H. Chittenden (East 
River). — Treas., Dwight S. Whedon. — Selectmen, Edwin 
W. Munger (East River), Frank B. Bishop, Lewis A. 
Dowd. — Cons., J. Samuel Scranton, Frank C. Bartlett. John 
Scranton. — Coll., Edward A. Chittenden.— G. Jurors, George 
M. Crampton, Oliver H. Dudley, Alveno D. Ayer. — Assess., 
Joseph D. Kelsey, J. Myron Hull. — Board of R., Wilson 

B. Coe, Charles H. Redfield, John Scranton.— Reg. of Voters, 
Wilson B. Coe, John Scranton. — School Committee, Edward 
A. Wilcox, Berton B. Munger, Davis W. Smith, Webster 
D. Whedon, 1896; James L. Parker, John H. Meigs, Charles 
H. Parker, Duell W. Stevens, 1897; Frank C. Dowd, J. My- 
ron Hull, Myron H. Munger, Jason Dudley, 1898. 

MANCHESTER. Clerk and Reg., Daniel Wadsworth 
(Manchester Green). — Treas., Charles E. House. — Select- 
men, Clarence G. Watkins (South Manchester), Rich- 
ard W. Pitkin, James Lyons. — Cons., John Johnson, John 
Crockett, Ephraim Symington, Emil L. G. Hohenshal, 
Thomas J. Smith, Andrew Campbell, Thomas Curran. — 
Coll., George W. Bidwell. — G. Jurors, Herbert O. Bowers, 
John M. Shewry, Aaron Johnson, William H. Ellsworth, 
James Lyons, Bernard C. Apel. — Assess., Richard W. Pit- 
kin, George H. Allen. — Board of R., Henry A. Slater, 
George F. Day, Albert W. Hollister. — Reg. of Voters, 
Charles E. House, Thomas J. Smith.— School Visitors, Susan 
J. Cheney, Robert P. Bissell, 1896; Daniel A. Haggerty, 
Clinton W. Cowles, 1897; Clarence H. Barber, Herbert O. 
Bowers, 1S9S. 

MANSFIELD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Bradley M. 
Sears. — Selectmen, S. Otis Barrows, Vallette D. Stearns, 



222 TOWN OFFICERS. 

J. Waterman Reade. — Cons., Andrew M. Grant, Charles 

B. Wyllys, Stephen P. Brown. — Coll., William C. Gard- 
ner. — G. Jurors, Aimer B. Shippee, Henry W. Price, Austin 

D. Perkins, Eleazer B. Crane, David H. Jacobs, Zelotus D. 
Jordan'.— Assess., Martin W. Atwood, Norman B. Perkins.— 
Board of R., Simeon O. Vinton, Edmund W. Ellison, Herbert 

0. Huntington. — Reg. of Voters, Andrew M. Grant, Archi- 
bald W. Buchanan. — School Visitors, Arthur B. Peebles, 
Edmund W. Ellison, H. Huntington, 1896; Benjamin F. 
Koons, Charles B. Wyllys, Albert E. James, 1897; Andrew 
M. Grant, Edwin G. Sumner, Henry Huntington, 1898. 

MARLBOROUGH. Clerk and Reg., Willis W. Hall. 
Treas., John H. Fuller. — Selectmen, John C. Bigelow, 
Roger B. Lord, Roland Buell. — Cons., Charles C. Jones, 
George W. Buell, Henry G. Austin. — G. Jurors, Abrose 
J. Ryan, William Bolles, John H. Fuller. — Assess., Joseph 
L. Ryan, Henry G. Austin. — Reg. of Voters, Charles A. 
Ryan, Frank H. Fuller. — School Visitors, Mrs. William W. 
Bolles, Lottie D. Tilden, 1896; A. J. Ryan, Joseph L. Ryan, 
1897; Ida R. Veazey, Frank A. Ryan, 1898. 

MERIDEN. Clerk and Reg., Herman Hess. — Treas.. 
Charles S. Perkins. — Selectmen, George L. Ellsbree, C. 

C. Kinne, W. E. Miller. — Cons., F. C. Borst, C. R. Wilkin- 
son, John A. Leeds, P. Albert Goettell, Henry T. Downs, 
Thos. McKiernan, Charles A. Burr.— Coll., Irving L. Holt.— 
G. Jurors, Charles H. Collins, George M. Howell, John W. 
Curtis, Henry T. King, A. Cleagnon, E. D. Castellow.— As- 
sess., George Lamping, H. S. Wilcox, Amos Ives.— Board of 
R., George R. Wilmot, John H. Converse, August Yost, Leon- 
ard H. Bradley, Charles C. Whitney— Reg. of Voters, Willis 

1. Fenn, Mark McGrath. — School Visitors, J. T. Pettee, 

E. T. Bradstreet, George L. Ellsbree, 1896; Asher Anderson, 
Jere D. Eggleston, George H. Lohman, 1897; Grove H. Wil- 
son, John C. Wilson, C. H. S. Davis, 1898. 

MIDDLEBURY. Clerk and Reg., F. G. Scott. — Treas., 
G. Fred Abbott. — Selectmen, Eli Bronson, Asahel A. Smith, 
John T. Basham. — Cons., George S. Pope, Starr B. Hoyt, 
Dwight Atwood. — Coll., William P. Tyler. — G. Jurors, Wil- 
liam B. Townsend, Frank A. Tyler, George Treat. — Assess., 
Chester Bronson, Williard H. Dibble. — Board of R., Beverly 
S. Bronson, Robert M. Fenn, Frank H. Wheeler. — Reg. of 
Voters, Frank A. Tyler, Dwight Atwood. — School Visitors, 
Artisan S. Clark, M. Louise Townsend, 1896; Bessie W. 
Bronson, Williard H. Dibble, 1897; William F. Avery, Wil- 
liam Jerman, 1898. 

MIDDLEFIELD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Alfred H. 
Augur. — Selectmen, Charles N. Burnham, Luther W. Fow- 
ler, John E. Asman. — Cons., Pascal A. Skinner, William 
A. Briggs, George W. Trischman, Dwight C. Warner, John 



TOWN OFFICERS. 223 

A. Higginson, Walter C. Miller. — Coll., George W. Dur- 
kee. — G. Jurors, Nelson E. Mack, Jedediah C. Saff ord, Enoch 
T. Birdsey, Edgar A. Nettleton, Ernest E. Nettleton.— 
Assess., Jedediah C. Saff ord, Waldo B. Miller. — Board of 
R., Dwight S. Coe, Valerius H. Coles, Henry S. Steele.— 
Reg. of Voters, Nelson E. Mack, Waldo B. Miller. — School 
Visitors, Valerius H. Coles, Gordon S. Goodrich, 1896; 
Frances W. Perkins, Lucy J. Hall, 1897; Charles N. Burn- 
ham, Alfred H. Augur, 1898. 

MIDDLETOWN. Clerk and Reg., Joseph T. Elliott. - 
Treas., James P. Stow. — Selectmen, Martin Loveland. 
Stephen B. Davis, Daniel W. Prior. — Cons., Charles B. 
Clark, James C. Ford, George E. Wood, George A. Evans, 
John B. Kirby, Charles O. Chamberlain, Daniel Hurley. — 
Coll., William B. Senglaub. — G. Jurors, Henry O. Shailer, 
Charles R. Crowell, Frank D. Haines, G. W. Birdsey, Charles 
Addis, John J. Cone. — Assess., Henry P. Bliss, Howard 
S. Peck, Robert P. Hubbard. — Board of R., Charles Fitz- 
gerald, James Longworth, Thomas Kelly, 2d. — Reg. of 
Voters, Frederic Dickerson, Thomas O. Connell. — School 
Visitors, Charles Reynolds, Patrick Meegan, 1896; Murray 
Closson, James K. Guy, 1897; Charles E. Bacon, Herbert 
E. Smith, 1898. Board of Ed. (city district), Wm. T. Elmer, 
D. J. Donahoe, William S. Whitney, 1896; Fred. E. Gibbons, 
Lyman D. Mills, John G. Palmer, 1897; W. U. Pearne, Dr. 
Leonard Bailey, 1898. 

MILFORD. Clerk and Reg., Richard R. Hepburn.— 
Treas., Sanford Hawkins. — Selectmen, William P. Thomas, 
Elbert L. Ford, Walter M. Irving. — Cons., George E. Mai- 
lory, Frederick C. Heywood, Alexander B. Gardiner, Charles 
H. Bryan, Amos J. Brown, Edgar Van Horn, Franklin M. 
Brown. — Coll., Edwin B. Baldwin. — G. Jurors, Henry C. 
Piatt, John L. Merwin, James A. Smith, George J. Smith, 
John Guyer, Henry Davidson.— Assess., Hezekiah B. Beards- 
ley, A. Clark Piatt, William S. Clark. — Board of R., George 
S. Gillette, Charles A. Smith, Nathan T. Smith. — Reg. of 
Voters, Elias E. Bradley, Alonzo W. Burns. — School Com- 
mittee, George M. Gunn, William G. Mitchell, David E. 
Smith, Willis S. Putney, 1896: John S. Cairoli, A. Clark 
Piatt, William B. Brotherton, Charles A. Tomlinson, 1897; 
Albert A. Baldwin, Nathan E. Smith, Robert W. Clark, 
Charles W. Beardsley, 1898. 

MONROE. Clerk and Reg., David A. Nichols. — Treas., 
Homer E. Clark. — Selectmen, Stephen B. Hayes {Step- 
ney), William R. Ferris, Edson Hayes. — Cons., Stephen 

B. Hayes, Lyman S. Patterson, Warren W. Bliss, Charles 
H. Powell, George H. Lyon, Louis B. Beardsley, Samuel 
B. Hurd, John M. Burr. — Coll., Edwin C. Shelton. — G. 



224 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Jurors, Henry W. Edwards, John W. Waterbnry, D wight 
M. Burr, Zalmon F. Purdy, Wells W. Lewis, Lucius V. 
Slade. — Assess., Alex Sinclair, Oscar J. Sherwood. — Board 
of R.. Edward Corning", Henry W. Edwards.— Reg. of Voters, 
L. Dwight Lane, Elbert S. Olmstead. — School Visitors, 
Charles E. Osborn, Benjamin H. French, Elbert O. Hull, 
1898. 

MONTVILLE. Clerk and Reg., Everett W. Coggeshall.— 
Treas., Frank H. Rogers. — Selectmen, Nathan S. Comstock, 
Moses Chapman, James Man waring. — Cons., Michael J. 
Hickey, Charles II. Kenyon, Dwight Kelsey. — Coll., Dan 

D. Home. — G. Jurors, George O. T. Watts, James H. Baker, 
Elmer M. Druley. — Assess., Albert A. Rogers, William 
Crawford, James Freeland, Raymond N. Parish, Joseph 
M. Beckwith. — Board of R., Lyman B. Smith, Jeremiah 
Haley, Robert J. Simpson.— Reg. of Voters, William Smiddy, 
George N. W T ood. — School Visitors, William B. Walden, 
S. W. Strickland, Moses Chapman, 1890; W. A. Coggeshall. 
W. I. Browning, George O. Gadbois. 1897: Patrick F. Walsh, 
William G. Johnson, Charles F. Bartlett, 1898. 

MORRIS. Clerk and Reg., George H. Johnson (East 
Morris). — Treas., Thomas L. Harmon. — Selectmen, Dwight 
Griswold (West Morris), Warren B. Morgan, Lyman W. 
Whittlesey. — Cons., George E. Emmons, Robert S. Waugh, 
Walter P. Benton. — Coll., William F. Kirchberger. — G. 
Jurors, Edgar A. Alvord, Ira A. Emmons, Lyman W. 
Whittlesey. — Assess., Dwight Griswold, Samuel W. En- 
sign. — Board of R., Phineas B. Randall, Homer Stoddard, 
Samuel A. Whittlesey. — Reg. of Voters, Edgar A. Alvord, 
Robert W. Skilton. — School Visitors, Dwight Griswold, 
Silas E. Stockman, 1896; Homer Stoddard, Samuel A. 
Whittlesey, 1897; William F. Kirchberger, George H. John- 
son, 1898. 

NAUGATUCK. Clerk and Reg., Hugh Hearns. — Treas., 
John M. Page. — Selectmen, John J. Gorman, Hubert H. 
Johnson, Joseph J. Hall. — Bailiffs, Thomas O'Loughlin, 
Thomas F. Smith, John Bird, Armin Zehnder. — Coll., Bur- 
ton A. Peck. —Assess., Newell A. Smith, Charles F. Hunger- 
ford. — Board of R., William H. McCarthy, J. Howell Jen- 
nings, Aaron French. — Reg. of Voters, Joseph Klien, John 

E. Rollinson. — School Visitors, Patrick Brennan, Patrick 
C. Lodge, 1896; William T. Rodenbach, J. W. Ellsworth, 
1897; William J. Delaney, A. H. Dayton, 1S98. 

NEW BRITAIN. Clerk and Reg., Loreu D. Penfield. — 
Treas., August Voigt. — Selectmen, Charles H. Smith, Wil- 
liam S. Judd, Edgar H. Beach. — Cons.. William J. Raw- 
lings, Augustus N. Bennett, George F. Lewis, Nicholas M. 
Cohen, Axel W. Sundman, Michael E. Hannon, Thomas 



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McCue. — Coll., Yeaton J. Stearns. — G. Jurors, Leon A. 
Gladding, John S. Vining, Nicholas N. Lind, Henry Tolles, 
Lawrence Crean. — Assess., August Burckhardt, Ernest 
P. Wann, Charles S. Andrews. — Board of R., Thomas 
Powell, Nelson T. Payne, Philip C. Mclntyre. — Reg. of 
Voters, John Peore, William H. Scheny— School Committee, 
Charles S. Andrews, Philip J. Markley, Morris C. Webster, 
Edward H. Davison, 189G; William F. Walker, Louis E. C. 
Teich, John Walsh, Michael J. Coholan, 1897; Denis Rior- 
dan. John H. Kirkham, Ralph G. Hibbard, L. Hoyt Pease, 
1898. 

NEW CANAAN. Clerk and Reg., Andrew F. Jones.— 
Treas., Francis M. Bliss. — Selectmen, John F. Bliss, Cor- 
nelius G. Taylor, Joseph F. Silliman. — Cons., John H. 
Davidson, W. Samuel Ravmond, Charles Fish, Marvin 
Merrell. — Coll., Stephen B. Hoyt. — G. Jurors, John E. Whit- 
ney, Norbert Bossa, Lewis S. Olmstead, George E. Bauz- 
haf. — Assess., Francis E. Weed, George M. Hanford, James 
A. Fairty. — Board of R., Russell L. Hall, Levi St. John 
Weed, T*. Walter Seeley. — Reg. of Voters, Russell L. Hall, 
Robert C. Raymond. — School Committee, Lewis C. Hall, 
Benjamin P. Mead, Henry Kelly, 1896; James H. Hoyt, G. 
F. Johnson, George D. Nichols, 1897; Edwin Hoyt, Andrew 
F. Jones, Isaac B. Brown, 1898. 

NEW FAIRFIELD. Clerk and Reg., Edward Jennings.— 
Selectmen, James S. Whitehead, Homer L. Wanzer, Russell 
Hatch. — Cons., John Waldron, Charles Turner. — Coll., 
Crosby D. Wood. — G. Jurors, William T. Hewlett, Albert 
Larson. — Assess., David Sturges, John M. Tread well, 
Samuel H. Gerow. — Board of R., Eli Jennings, Henry Baker, 
George W. Adams. — Reg. of Voters, Hendrick H. Wild- 
man, Elijah P. Browm.— School Visitors, Edward Treadwell, 
Walter Chatterton, Isaac Knapp, 1S96; H. H. Wildman, 
Henry O. Leach, 1897; John J. Treadwell, 1898. 

NEW HARTFORD. Clerk and Reg., Louis A. Owen. — 
Treas., George W. Smith. — Selectmen, Howard J. Stan- 
clift, Gustavus C. Beckwith, Dan C. Merrell. — Cons., George 
J. Milliott, Alfred G. Tuttle, George C. Kellogg, Correll A. 
Spencer, Frank A. Case, Patrick H. Kearns, Mortimer D. 
Merrell. — Coll., Henry C. Messenger. — G. Jurors, John 
Drowne, John C. Smith, Clarence F. Loomis, Wilbur E. 
Drake, Edward B. Youngs, Henry W. Spencer. — Assess., 
James B. Spencer, Weston Barnes. — Board of R., J. Nelson 
Brown, Hiram F. Smith, Austin Beckwith. — Reg. of Voters, 
Henry M. Gates, Patrick H. Walsh, Edgar A. Clarke, 
Lafayette S. Mason. — School Visitors, Kate A. Smith, Jen- 
nie T. Woodruff, 1896; Gustavus C. Beckwith, Charles F. 
Maxtield, 1897; Herbert M. Smith, Riley M. Olmstead, 189& 

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226 TOWN OFFICERS. 

NEW HAVEN. Clerk, Frederick H. Brethauer. — Reg- 
William H. Preston. — Treas., Charles S. Mersick. — Select- 
men, Roswell B. Farren, Robert E. Baldwin, William F. 
Scahl, Luzurne F. Luddington, William S. Beecher, Joseph 
B. Cunningham, Henry C. Bretzf elder. — Cons., David J. 
Shields, Louis Coleman, Frederick Seibert, Jr., William 
Bonner, Jonathan W. Pond, Patrick Bree, Louis Asher. — 
Coll., Francis G. Anthony. — G. Jurors, Conrad J. Rabanus, 
Wliliam S. Kenney, William M. Parsons, William A. Wright, 
Michael Dillon, Philip Hugo. — Board of R., Frederick R. 
Tuttle, George H. Coe, George R. Bill, David V. Donnell, 
George E. Mitchell. — Reg. of Voters, Frederick L. Averill, 
John P. Carney. — Board of Ed. (city district), Frederick 
A. Betts, William E. Morgan, James T. Moran, 1896; Thomas 
Hooker, John T. Manson, Walter I. Connor, 1897; Harry 
W. Asher, Ezekiel G. Stoddard, Frederick B. Farnsworth, 
1898. 

NEW1NGTON. Clerk and Reg., Herbert C. Francis.— 
Treas., Heman A. Whittlesey. — Selectmen, Henry M. Rob- 
bins, Josiah E. Atwood, Jedediah Deming. — Cons., James 
H. White, Judson S. Kilbourne, William H. Dennis. — Coll., 
Thomas A. Francis. — G. Jurors, Sylvanus Smith, John H. 
Boardman, Olin L. Wetherell, William H. Dennis. —Assess., 
Jared Starr, John G. Stoddard, Joshua Belden.— Board of R., 
John H. Boardman, Henry Fields, Arthur H. Merrill.— Reg. 
of Voters, Samuel H. Kilbourne, George E. Churchill. — 
School Visitors, John S. Kirkham, George E. Churchill, 1896; 
Lizzie A. Root, Agnes W. Belden, 1897; Jared Starr, Robert 
Francis, 1898. 

NEW LONDON. Clerk and Reg., Isaac W. Thompson. — 
Selectmen, Charles Prentis, E. L. da Silva, R. R. Congdon, 
Jr. — Reg. of Voters, Alfred Coit, John F. Murray. —School 
Committee, Annie C. S. Fenner, John G. Stanton, William 
H. Reeves, 1896; George Whittlesey, Lucius E. Whiton, 
Richard L. Crump, 1897; Thomas W. Potter, Edward H. 
Wheeler, Charles J. Hewitt, 1898. 

(See City Officers.) 

NEW MILFORD. Clerk and Reg., Russel B. Noble.— 
Treas., Albert H. McMahou. — Selectmen, David E. Soule, 
Anson H. Squires, Andrew G. Barnes. — Cons., Charles 
Planz, Charles Reilly, Jr., Charles A. Addis, Charles H. 
Osborn, John T. Underbill, Jr., Myron Patchen, Henry 
Camp. — Coll., George W. Aothony. — G. Jurors, George 
Robertson, Andrew M. Booth, Edward A. Bennett, Joseph 
La Hait, Edward O. Marsh, John Paine. — Assess., Clinton 
H. Pomeroy, Levi S. Richmond, Chauncey B. Marsh. —Board 
of R., Michael McNamara, Lee Stone, Cyrus A. Todd. — 
Reg. of Voters, James H. Cochrane, David A. Baldwin. — 
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Frederick M. Williams, J. Butler Merwin, 1896; Francis 
E. Baldwin, Amos H. Bowers, William G. Green, Charles 
H. Soule. 1897: John F. Addis, Albert Evitts, Cyrus A. Todd. 
Vincent B. Sterling, 1898. 

NEWTOWN. Clerk and Reg., Michael J. Houlihan. - 
Treas.j Charles H. Northrop.— Selectmen, William H. Glover. 
Thomas J. Bradley, Henry G. Curtiss. — Cons., William 
H. Glover, Frank B. Drew, John H. Blackman, Charles L. 
Briscoe, Josiah A. Tilson, Charles B. Johnson, Edward Bots- 
f ord. — Coll., Robert A. Clark. — G. Jurors, Daniel Camp. 
Minott Augur, Samuel J. Botsford. — Assess., Simon Corey, 
James Bakey, Andrew Egan. — Board of R., Thomas J. 
Corbett, Frederick B. Lake, Mortimer B. Terrill. — Reg. 
of Voters, John T. Sheehan, Charles B. Johnson, John F. 
Foran, Henry Kane. — School Visitors, James W. Gordon. 
Otis O. Wright, 1896; John H. Brew, Daniel G. Beers, 1897: 
John J. Northrop, Ezra L. Johnson, 1898. 

NORFOLK. Clerk and Reg., Myron N. Clark. — Treas., 
John D. Bassett. — Selectmen. Moses F. Grant, Charles N. 
Hollister, Charles K. Northway. — Cons., William A.Thurs- 
ton, Erastus L. Johnson, Edward D. Holt, Richard J. Bun- 
yan, John T. O'Connell. — Coll., Loyal B. Cowles.— G. Jurors, 
Amos R. Collar, Albert E. Cobb, William J. Cowles, Alva 
L. Cowles, John Spaulding. — Assess., Lyman Johnson, Ed- 
ward L. Gaylord, John B. Curtis. — Board of R., Obery M. 
Snow, Seth G. Brown, Lorrin Thorp. — Reg. of Voters, John 
D. Bassett, Patrick Bressnahan. — School Visitors, John De 
Peu, Edmund Brown, Edward J. Trescott, 1896; Silas A. 
Palmer, John D. Bassett, William O'Connor, 1897; Howard 
W. Carter, George R. Bigelow, Burritt Darrow, 1898. 

NORTH BRANFORD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Charles 
Page (Fair Haven). — Selectmen, Herbert O. Page {Fair 
Hacen), Charles E. Ailing, David M. Smith. — Cons., George 
T. Fowler, Carl Norberg, John Moore, Hubert Barber, Elbert 
M. Rose, Charles J. Rose, Irwin T. Rogers. — Coll., Frank 
Foote. — G. Jurors, Frank O. Burr, John Wood, Albert Todd, 
Roderick E. Harrison, Samuel D. Maltby. — Assess., R. 
N. Ford, Henry D. Bartholomew. — Board of R., Henderson 
Ives, Charles Todd, Newton H. Snow. — Reg. of Voters. 
D. M. Foote, Charles Holabird, Edward R. Robinson, Irwin 
T. Rogers. — School Visitors, William D. Ford, John H. 
Delehanty, 1896; D wight M. Foote, Newton M. Robinson. 
1897; Franklin Countryman, T. A. Smith, 1898. 

NORTH CANAAN, Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Acel F. Rood 
(Canaan). — Selectmen, George S. Fuller (Canaan), Wallace 
Canfield, William H. Merrill. — Cons., George S. Dunning, 
H. B. Ives, C. C. Callender, Frank S. Goodwin, James H. 
Drake, C. L. Rood, J. C. Richmond. — Coll., Henry M. 



228 TOWN OFFICEKS. 

Adams. — G. Jurors, Michael Madden, William Emmons, 
William J. Hayes, Burton A. Pierce, James Quinn. — Assess., 
L. D. Hart, E. M. Rood. — Board of R., Alonzo B. Garfield, 
Edward E. Bartram, George W. Condry. — Reg. of Voters, 
J. Henry Roraback, E. S. Roberts. — School Visitors, Miles 
B. Tobey, Rollin C. Newton, 1896; Alberto T. Roraback, 
Edward S. Roberts, 1897; George S. Dunning, Elisha M. 
Rood, 1898. 

NORTH HAVEN. Clerk and Reg., L. Peet Tuttle. — 
Treas., F. Hayden Todd. — Selectmen, Romanta T. Linds- 
ley, Edgar A. Hemingway, Whitney Elliott. — Cons., Reuben 
Harrison, Edwin L. Ball, Robert E. Dickerman, Wilbur 
E. Beach, Luzerne A. Brockett, Albert N. Vibbert, Henry 
H. Robinson. — Coll., Lewis I. Fowler. — G. Jurors, F. 
Hayden Todd, Per A. Olson, William B. Roberts, Truman 
O. Judd, Charles B. Smith, Horace L. Barney. — Assess., 
Henry D. Todd, Wilson E. Warner. — Board of R., Nathan 
H. Marks, Alfred A. Howarth, Hobart Blakeslee. — Reg. 
of Voters, Ellsworth D. Goodyear, Wilbur A. Lane. — School 
Visitors, Robert B. Goodyear, Sheldon B. Thorpe, Ezra L. 
Stiles, 1896; Charles O. Saxton, Stephen H. Bower, Jesse 

B. Jacobs, 1897; William Lusk, Alpha H. Simons, Robert 
N. Barnes, 1898. 

NORTH STONINGTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Cal- 
vin A. Snyder. — Selectmen, Samuel Thompson, Nelson 
A. Brown, George A. Pendleton. — Cons., Benjamin P. 
Wheeler, Henry F. Babcock, Charles E. Maine. — Coll., 
Horace F. York. — G. Jurors, Benjamin Thompson, Henry 

C. Geer, Frank H. Brown. — Assess., George F. Coates, 
Robert P. Palmer, Chester S. Maine. — Board of R., John 

D. Avery, Henry E. Randall, Charles C. Gray. — Reg. of 
Voters, Gilbert Billings, Allen Wheeler. — School Visitors, 
Sarah T. Palmer, Addie C. Chapman, Abbie Newton Maine, 
1897. 

NORWALK. Clerk and Reg., Herbert R. Smith. —Treas., 
William A. Curtis. — Selectmen, Isaac Selleck, Ephraim 
Thomes, Frank H. Merrill. — Cons., Robert N. Morehouse, 
Francis S. Conley, William H. Huyler, Samuel C. Ireland, 
Mortimer Roberts, William Vollmer, Edward J. Ladrigan. — 
Coll., George B. St. John. — G. Jurors, Gould Hoyt, 2d, 
Charles F. Hallock, Harry Rider, John H. Louder, James 
O. Jennings, William F. Mather. — Assess., S. Smith L'Hom- 
medieu, Franklin A. Tolles, Walter L. Wilcox. — Board of 
R., Bradley S. Keith, Henry Seymour, James M. Lane. — 
Reg. of Voters, Samuel Lynes, John J. Walsh, Charles W. 
Stow, Richard H. Golden, James L. Hoyt, Charles N. Rose.— 
School Visitors, Alfred E. Austin, Edwin Adams, Frederick 
R. Mead, 1896; Charles Olmstead, John H. Light, George 



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W. Carroll, 1897; George S. Bell, Homer N. Dunning. 
Abiathar Blanehard, 1S98. 

NORWICH. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Samuel H. Free- 
man. — Selectmen, James A. Brown, Aron W. Dickey, Archi- 
bald S. Spalding. — Cons., John Reeves, Samuel K. Lovett, 
David R. Kinney, Samuel E. Bliven, William F. Corkery, 
Charles H. Weinpahl, John Gaffney. — Coll., George L. 
Griswold. — G. Jurors, John C. Miller, John P. Cirves. Ed- 
ward H. Tibbits, Frank A. Robinson, James N. Tourtelotte, 
William B. Wilcox, Charles H. Preston. — Assess., Palmer 
Bill, Richard T. Bushnell, John Donovan. — Board of R., 
Abrain Geer, William H. Yeomans, Francis I. Champlin. — 
Reg. of Voters, William 'F. Corkery, Joab B. Rogers. —School 
Visitors, Howard L. Stanton, Thomas A. Perkins, George 
M. Beardow, 1896; William W. Collins, Joseph D. Aiken. 
Franklin H. Brown, 1897; Herbert W. Hale, Frank T. 
Maples, Joseph T. Fanning, 1898. 

OLD LYME. Clerk and Reg., John Swaney (Black Hall) — 
Treas., George W. De Wolf. — Selectmen, Charles E. Peck 
(Black Hall), Joshua E. Brockway, Henry Noyes. — Cons.. 
Benjamin F. Swaney, Frederick B. Banta, Eugene D. 
Caulkins, R. William Chadwick, Roger B. Champion. — 
Coll., John H. Noble. — G. Jurors, Charles Brooks, Fred- 
erick A. Banta. — Assess., Eugene D. Caulkins, Nathaniel 
L. Sheffield. — Board of R., James F. Bugbee, Thomas Mc- 
Cabe, William B. Tooker. — Reg. of Voters, Benjamin F. 
Swaney, David P. Huntley. — School Visitors, John Swaney, 
Ernest Chadwick, 1896; Rev. Arthur Shirley, Herbert M. 
Caulkins, 1897; A. Henry Griswold, Joseph S. Huntington, 
1898. 

OLD SAYBROOK. Clerk and Reg., William R. Bushnell 
(Saybrook). — Treas., G. A. Bushnell. — Town Agent, Henry 
I. Clark. — Selectmen, Samuel H. Pratt (Saybrook), Isaac 
N. Devoe, George H. Gates. — Cons.. William L. Kelsey, 
Henry I. Clark, John T. Beckwith, Frederick R. Gruinley — 
Coll., John N. Clark. — G. Jurors, George G. Sheffield, James 
H. Day, Jr., John S. Dickinson. — Assess., R. B. Chalker, 
Frank S. Pratt. — Board of R., Robert Chapman, O. H. 
Kirtland, Samuel A. Chalker. — Reg. of Voters, John N. 
Clark, William E. Clark. — School Visitors, Joseph L. Hay- 
den, John N. Clark, Edward E. Bacon, 1896; Frank J. Kirt- 
land, Franklin F. Bradlev. George W. Denison. 1897; Robert 
B. Chalker, David W. Clark, Frank S. Pratt, 1898. 

ORANGE. Clerk and Reg., George H. Thomas (West 
Haven). — Treas., Donaldson S. Thompson. — Selectmen, 
Walter A. Main (West Haven), William C. Russell, Charles 
F. Smith. — Cons., Jonas Johnson, Edward M. Russell, 
Burton G. Andrew, David S. Crane, Edward Morrisey, 



230 TOWN OFFICERS. 

George G. Reynolds, Henry Plate. — Coll., Rollin I. Hine.— 
G. Jurors, Stiles D. Woodruff, John Wilkinson, Marshall 
J. Adams, E. Stark Thomas, Charles K. Bush. — Assess., 
Egbert E. Pardee, William M. Russell, Frederick Stone. — 
Board of R., Arthur A. Benham, Wellington M. Andrew, 
Theron L. Ailing. — Reg. of Voters, Herbert P. Wheeler, 
James H. Peck, Howard P. Treat, Stiles J. Treat. —School 
Visitors, Norman J. Squires, William J. Sheehan, 1896; 
Isaac P. Treat, Dennis A. Kimberly, 1897; John Mackrille, 
John F. Barnett, 1898. 

OXFORD. Clerk and Reg., Lewis Barnes— Treas., Charles 
H. Butler. — Selectmen, William W. Hughes, Smith C. 
Wheeler, William O. Davis. — Cons., Edwin J. Ailing, An- 
thony B. Hinman, John P. Hubbell, Legrand W. Lake, John 

F. Reynolds, Miles L. Shelton, Bennett A. Treat. — Coll., 
Anthony B. Hinman. — G. Jurors, N. J. Welton, Wallace 

G. Tomlinson, Gordon R. Crofut, William H. Davis, Charles 
T. Sherwood, David B. Wheeler. — Assess., Edwin J. Ailing, 
James H. Wheeler. — Board of R., Gordon R. Crofut, 
Wooster B. McEwen, Glover W. Cable. — Reg. of Voters, 
John E. Perry, Frank B. Andrew. — School Visitors, Lewis 
Barnes, Orlando C. Osborn, 1896; Lewis F. Morris, Charles 
H. Lum, 1897; Edgar B. Harger, Elijah B. Treat, 1898. 

PLAINFIELD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Sessions L. 
Adams {Central Village). — Selectmen, William H. Kenyon 
(Moosup), Charles M. Park, Lucius B. Morgan, Robert L. 
Dawley, Jason P. Lathrop. — Cons., George R. Blevin, 
Stephen S. Wilbur, 2d, Nelson Frink, Edward McRoy, Ber- 
nard H. Ward. — Coll., Daniel Spaulding. — G. Jurors, James 
M. Wilcox, Philip Mathewson, Frederick T. Johnson, John 
J. Kelley, Joseph A. Smith. — Assess., Frank Miller, Henry 
C. Starkweather. — Board of R., Waldo Tillinghast, George 
Torrey, Chester T. Spaulding. — Reg. of Voters, William S. 
Simmons, Hugh W. Murphy. — School Visitors, S. H. Fel- 
lows, James M. Wilcox, Henry C. Starkweather, 1896; 
Daniel H. Grover, Henry T. Arnold, John A. Creedon, 1S97; 
Frederick T. Johnson, Waldo Tillinghast, Erastus L. Spauld- 
ing, 1898. 

PLAINVILLE. Clerk and Reg., Frank S. Neal. — Treas.. 
Charles H. Calor. — Selectmen, Enos S. Belden, Henry M. 
Tyler, George R. Scarritt. — Cons., Lewis Gleason, William 
C. Hart, George L. Johnson. — Coll., Willis J. Hemingway.— 
G. Jurors, Daniel W. Fox, Meritt O. Ryder, Samuel B. Car- 
penter. — Assess., Burritt Hills, Andrus Corbin, Hiram 
Carter. — Board of R., Henry D. Miller, William L. Cowles.— 
Reg. of Voters, Isaac P. Newell, Peter J. Prior. — School 
Committee, Jeremiah S. Corban, Schuyler P. Williams, 1896; 
Mary G. Clark, Theodore G. Wright, 1897; Robert C. Usher, 
Henry T. Walsh, 1898. 



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PLYMOUTH. Clerk and Reg., Jason C. Fenn (Terry- 
mile). — Treas., Jonathan Starr. — Selectmen, Henry E. 
Hinnian (Terry mile), Bennett H. Sutliffe, Z. Fuller Granniss, 
— Cons., George A. Scott, George F. Carr, Frank C. Barnes, 
Cyrus A. Skilton, Harry Hall, George Schwabie, Alfred D. 
Barton. — Coll., Andrew S. Gaylord. — G. Jurors, William 
L. Norton, Henry A. Smith, Byron Tuttle, John C. Carey, 
Marshall W. Leach. — Assess., Charles I. Allen, Henry H. 
Porter, Thomas F. Higgins. — Board of R., William W. 
Clemence, Henry G. Burr, James J. Murphy.— Reg. of Voters, 
Henry G. Burr, Ard Welton, E. Clayton Goodwin, John P. 
Fox. — School Visitors, Andrew S. Gaylord, Frederick A. 
Scott, Marshall W. Leach, 1896; Judah W. Clark, William 
Alfred Gay, Abijah W. Welton, 1897; William W. Clemence, 
Henry E. Stoughton, Andrew W. Granniss, 1898. 

POMFRET. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Louis S. Hayward 
(Pomfret Center). — Selectmen, Herbert Sharpe, John D. 
Johnson, Edwin T. White. — Cons., Mathewson Angell, 
George H. Griggs, William D. Fay, Richard Clemons, Wil- 
liam R. Brayton. — Coll., George F. Holbrook. — G. Jurors, 
Charles O. Thompson, Darius A. Colburn, Jason E. Greene. 
George Allen, Andrew Lamphear, John Smith.— Assess., 
Edwin P. Allen, Clement A. Sharpe, Theron M. Totman. — 
Board of R., Charles O. Thompson, Seth Kimball, Theron 
S. Clapp. — Reg. of Voters, Fred H. Lyon, J. Frank Mc- 
Laughlin. — School Visitors, George Allen, William I. Bar- 
tholomew, Mary I. Smith, 1896; Mrs. Charles W. Grosvenor, 
Anna C. S. Johnson, Frederic Gardiner, 1897; Albertus S. 
Bruce, Walter Bryden, Philo T. Kingsbury, 1898. 

PORTLAND. Clerk and Reg., Robert S. Mitchell.— Treas., 
John I. Worthington. — Selectmen, James H. Pelton, Carl 
A. Ahlquest, John M. Penfield. — Cons., Frederick C. South- 
mayd, Edward D. Strong, John Hayes, Eben Hall, H. E. 
Ellsworth, Patrick Foley, David Cronan. — Coll., Edward 
D. Strong. — G. Jurors, Demas W. Cornwall, Charles Gus- 
tafson, Joseph L. B. Covell, George H. Penfield, H. Gilder- 
sleeve, Jr., Hobert Davis. — Assess., Robert S. Mitchell, 
Asaph H. Hale. — Board of R., Nelson Shepard, E. Irving 
Bell, Charles Stocking. — Reg. of Voters, William H. Church- 
ill, Patrick Green. — School Visitors, C. A. Sears, F. Gilder- 
sleeve, W. D. Penfield, 1896; E. F. Bigelow, H. E. Ellsworth, 
R. H. Pascall, 1897; Wesley W. Smith, Peter H. Wilson, O. 
H. Raftery, 1898. 

PRESTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., James M. Young 
(Norwich). — Selectmen, Leander B. Hill (Norwich), George 
V. Shedd, Charles H. Benjamin. — Cons., John S. Sherwood, 
James E. Franklin, Irving H. Benjamin, Henry E. Davis, 
Charles D. Grover, Henry M. Betting. — Coll., Everett P. 
Barnes. — G. Jurors, G. Warren Davis, William C. Mitchell, 



232 TOWN OFFICERS. 

William A. Bedent, George H. Hewitt, Leonard Maine, Al- 
fred C. Guile. — Assess., Gilbert S. Raymond, William E. 
Hiscox, Charles F. Boswell. — Board of R., Edward P. 
Hollowell, William G. Hiscox, William E. Crary. — Reg. of 
Voters, Charles F. Boswell, Shubael Holmes, Frank B. Gay, 
Henry Gebrath. — School Visitors, John F. Richardson, Ap- 
pleton Main, John E. Woodward, 1896. 

PROSPECT. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., David M. Plumb.— 
Selectmen, Halsey S. Clark, William A. Purdy, William E. 
Clark. — Cons., John R. Piatt, Charles S. Fenn, Edgar B. 
Jeralds, F. R. Allen, John Cook. — Coll., Edgar B. Jeralds.— 
G. Jurors, William E. Morris, Stephen N. Talmadge, Edgar 
G. Wallace, Philo D. Hotchkiss, William W. Morriss. — 
Assess., Stephen A. Talmadge, Horatio N. Clark. — Board 
of R., Lavergne G. Clark, George L. Talmadge, William 
E. Clark. — Reg. of Voters, Edgar G. Wallace, Frank R. 
Allen. — School Committee, Rev. William H. Phipps, Mrs. 
W. E. Clark, 1897; D. M. Plumb, Edgar G. Wallace, 1898. 

PUTNAM. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., James W. Manning.— 
Selectmen, Artemas H. Corbin, Charles D. Torrey, Jerome 
Warren. — Cons., William H. Longden, Benjamin F. Chaf- 
fee, Milo P. Corbin, Frederick E. Franklin, Isaac G. Briggs, 
David Beausoleil, Henry Welch.— Coll., John F. Carpenter.— 
G. Jurors, John A. Dady, William S. Johnson, Daniel 
Labossier, Daniel F. X. McEvoy. — Assess., Prescott Bart- 
lett, Edward T. Whitmore, John R. Cogswell, Lebbeus E. 
Smith. — Board of R., Edward T. Whitmore, William S. Com 
verse, Michael Moriarty. — Reg. of Voters, Charles H. 
Brown, ,Daniel F. X. McEvoy. — School Visitors, George A. 
Hammond, Frank F. Russell, Moses G. Leonard, 1896; 
Lucius H. Fuller, Eugene A. Wheelock, Arthur D. Mcln- 
tyre, 1897; William R. Barber, John B. Kent, Eric H. John- 
son, 1898. 

REDDING. Clerk and Reg., John N. Nickerson. —Treas., 
William H. Hill. — Selectmen, Frank C. Lee (Georgetown), 
Henry Whitehead, Eugene Adams. — Cons., David S. Bart- 
ram, Nathaniel B. Hill, James Treadwell. — Coll., Henry S. 
Osborn. — G. Jurors, John Todd, George A. Sanford, Stephen 
Sanf ord. — Assess., Jesse L. Sanford, William B. Hill, Si\, 
William A. Lounsbury. — Board of R., Uriah S. Griffin, Al- 
bert A. Gorham, Jonathan R. Sanford. — Reg., of Voters, 
David S. Bartram, Patrick Flood, William B. Hill, Jr., 
George Kuntze. — School Visitors, Carrie C. Gorham, How- 
ard P. Mansfield, 1896; John N. Nickerson, W. Barlow Hill, 
Moses B. Mills, 1897; Edward P. Shaw, William E. Hazen. 
William C. Sanford, 1898. 

RIDGEFIELD. Clerk and Reg., Hiram K. Scott. —Treas., 
Lewis C. Seymour. — Selectmen, John Brophy, Samuel A. 



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Coe, Henry L. Hoyt. — Cons., John H. Williams, Frank Wil- 
son, Levi Dann, Hugh Morgan, Fred C. Sherwood, J. Willis 
Wade. — Coll., Sereno S. Hurlbutt. — G. Jurors, Benjamin 
K. Northrop, Joel L. Rockwell, Gilbert B. Burr, Sylvester 
Smith, Joel L. Johnson, Ferdinand W. Burt. — Assess., 
Ebenezer W. Keeler, D. Frank Bedient. — Board of R., John 
F. Holmes, Milan H. Mead, George A. Knox.— Reg. of Voters, 
George L. Rockwell, Willis S. Gilbert. — School Visitors, 
Foster Ely, John D. Nash, William J. Humphreys, 1896: 
Joel L. Rockwell, Henry B. Savage, Edward H. Smith, 1897: 
John W. Ballantine, Edward J. Couch, Melbert B. Cary, 
1898. 

ROCKY HILL. Clerk and Reg., William G. Robbins. - 
Treas., Edward N. Warner. — Selectmen, Owen R. Havens, 
James S. Stevens, Henry A. Ely. — Cons., Frank E. Holmes, 
Robert H. Rhodes, George H. Bugbey, Bartlett J. Kelley, 
Edward F. Carroll. — Coll., George H. Bugbey. — G. Jurors, 
Frank A. Grant, Frank C. Warner, Wait Warner, Charles 

A. Arnold, Frederick J. Spencer, Joseph Kelley. — Assess.. 
Luther B. Williams, Bartholomew M. Coffey. — Board of 
R., Samuel Ash well, Charles D. Canfield, James H. War- 
ner. — Reg. of Voters, Wait R. Griswold, John G. Taaff e. — 
School Visitors. William F. Griswold, Fannie A. Warner, 
1896; William G. Robbins, James H. Warner, 1897; Frank 
L. Burr, Cyprian H. Hart, 1898. 

ROXBURY. Clerk and Reg., Francis A. Squire. —Treas., 
Edward W. Preston. — Selectmen, Charles T. Squire, Eu- 
gene Ward, Walter Thomas. — Cons., Ira M. Booth, John 
Creigh, George R. Crofut, Ambrose H. Wilsey, George 
Whitehead, Mark A. Bradley, Henry E. Garlick. — Coll., 
Francis A. Squire. — G. Jurors, Andrew W. Sanford, Sheldon 

B. Smith, Thomas E. Mower, George H. Buckingham, 
Charles W. Hodge, Charles Botsford. — Assess., Francis 

A. Squire, Charles Thomas. — Board of R., George W. P. 
Leavenworth, Henry H. Warner, Cyrus E. Prindle. — Reg. 
of Voters, Minott L. Beardslev, Charles Sanford. —School 
Visitors, John W. Erwin, S. B. Smith, 1896; Walter D. 
Humphrey, 1897; George W. P. Leavenworth, Edward W. 
Preston, 1898. 

SALEM. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Charles A. Williams. — 
Selectmen, J. Raymond Douglass, Albert Morgan, Charles 

B. Harvey. — Cons., Frank E. Williams, Henry E. Avery .- 
Coll., Henry E. Avery. — G. Jurors, Edwin H. Harris, 
Nathaniel L. Clark. — Assess., Edwin H. Harris, Frank 
S. DeWolf, John Purcell. — Board of R., Joseph A. Rix, Jr., 
Jairus Ordway, Lewis Latimer. — Reg. of Voters, Charles 
F. Congdon, Robert A. Bailey. — School Visitors, Alvah 
Morgan, Henry E. Avery, 1896; Robert A. Bailey, Jairus 
Ordway, 1897; Charles F. Congdon, Enoch B. Bulkeley, 1S9S. 



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SALISBURY. Clerk and Reg., Theodore F. Dexter. - 
Treas., George H. Knight.— Selectmen, D wight Allyn (Ashley 
Falls, Mass.), Albert B. Landon, James Stuart. — Cons., 
Ward W. Pulver, Abram Martin, Frank B. Landon, Charles 
H. Harrington. — Coll., Abram Martin. — G. Jurors, James 
J. Landon, Alexander Suydam, Benjamin F. Hoyt, Lewis 
P. Ashman, Charles E. Miles, William E. Cornell. —Assess., 
Frederick B. Reed, James J. Landon, James D. Reed. — 
Board of R., Milton H. Robbins, Albert P. Fetty, Hiram 
J. Bissell. — Reg. of Voters, Abram Martin, W T illiam B. 
Perry. — School Visitors, George B. Burrall, 1896; James 
H. George, William B. Bissell, 1897; Elias F. Sandford, 
Henry E. Tarrant, 1898. 

SAYBROOK. Clerk and Reg., Frederick L'Hommedieu 
[Deep River). — Treas., Henry R. Wooster. — Selectmen, 
Horace G. Jones (Deep River), Shelley E. Southworth, 
Harvey J. Brooks. — Cons., Samuel S. Parker, Charles Hef- 
flon, Asa W. Thurlough, Edward C. Moore, Cornelius Rea- 
gan, Harry D. Tyler. — Coll., Charleton M. Pratt.— G. Jurors, 
Charles A. Kirtland, George S. Hefflon, Roswell Bushnell, 
Wildy P. Hoadley, Jarius M. Gilbert, J. George Desmond.— 
Assess., Milon Pratt, Emory C. Parker. — Board of R., Felix 
A. Denison, Henry M. Snell, Henry C. Kingsley. — Reg. of 
Voters, Frank A. Hefflon, Clarence E. Lamb. — School Com- 
mittee, George F. Spencer, Thomas L. Parker, Emory C. 
Parker, 1896; Edwin Bid well, Frederick W. Williams, 
Thurber L. Harris, 1897; Frederick L'Hommedieu, Henry 
M. Snell, Herbert S. Howard, 1898. 

SCOTLAND. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., William F. Pal- 
mer. — Selectmen, Arthur M. Clark, Oliver S. Chappell, John 
D. Moffatt. — Cons., Lewis W. Hopkins, Samuel L. John- 
son. — Coll., John H, Chesbro.— G. Jurors, Clarence H. Perry, 
A. E. Welden, George W. Brown. — Assess., Rufus T. Hos- 
kins, J. Dwight Kimball. — Board of R., Jonathan Anthony, 
Samuel B. Sprague, Egbert Bass. — Reg. of Voters, George 
S. Gary, Eugene Kimball. — School Visitors, Flora E. Moffitt, 
Caleb Anthony, 1896; John B. Bacon, Eva Kimball, 1897; 
Mary A. Gallup, Daniel T. Murphy, 1898. 

SEYMOUR. Clerk and Reg., S. Hart Culver. — Treas., 
Henry A. Rider. — Selectmen, Wilbur W. Smith, Eben G. 
Wheeler, Charles H. French. — Cons., Michael McNerney, 
Theodore D. Adams, Burritt M. Tuttle, Rufus J. Spencer, 
William O'Brien, Wolfgan Schaaffer, Jay F. Otto. — Coll., 
Clifford J. Atwater. — G. Jurors, James E. Buckley, Thomas 
Wilson, Charles Manweiler, Charles E. Fairchild, Andrew 
J. Miles, Heman R. Atwater. — Assess., Robert Healy, 
Frederick Beecher. — Board of R., Samuel R. Dean, John 
W. Smith, Charles E. Fairchild. — Reg. of Voters, Rufus 
J. Spencer, Albert E. Clark.— School Committee, T. L. James, 



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P. A. Rugg, Edward 0. Brown, 1896; L. A. Camp, H. S. 
Halligan, John Early. 1897; Theodore B. Beach, James Swan, 
Patrick F. Stropp, 1898. 

SHARON. Clerk and Reg., Robert E. Goodwin. — Treas.. 
Clayton M. Card. — Selectmen, Myron F. Whitney, JohD 
B. Smith, Charles S. Jackson. — Cons., Wallace L. Merwin, 
John C. Loucks, August Pequigney, Edward B. St. John, 
William E. Klebes, James B. Wilbur, Louis Miller.— Coll., 
Wallace L. Merwin. — G. Jurors, Myron F. Whitney, James 
Callahan, Thomas Costigan, Sr., James Fahey, Charles O. 
Sabin, Edward K. Dean, George M. Marckres. — Assess.. 
John C. Loucks, Thomas Honor, Clark E. Skiff.— Board 
of R.r August Pequigney, Charles L. Holiister, John C. 
Jackson. — Reg. of Voters, George H. Smith, Jr., Simeon 
B. Jewett. — School Visitors, Herman C. Rowley, Frank 
W. Dakin, 1S96; Robert E. Goodwin, D wight N. Eggleston. 
1897; Charles C. Gordon, Byron W. Munson, 1898. 

SHERMAN. Clerk and Reg., Edward P. Briggs. —Treas., 
William B. Hawley. — Selectmen, George A. Barnes, John 
M. Pickett, Akin J. Briggs. — Cons., Warren C. Allen, Wil- 
liam Atchison, Frank M. Briggs, Ambrose E. Lake, Vincent 
R. Stuart, Philo G. Woodin, Eli H. Lampson. — Coll., War- 
ren C. Allen. — G. Jurors, David L. Conklin, Isaac Stuart, 
Frank Hungerford, David H. Barlow, Charles H. Hawes, 
Charles Powell. — Assess., Charles I. Leach, George W. 
Durgy, Leslie L. Judd. — Board of R., George G. Hunger- 
ford, Marquis D. Curtiss, William B. Pepper. — Reg. of 
Voters, Mills Hungerford, Daniel B. Mallory. — School Visi- 
tors, Mills Hungerford, Warren C. Allen, Nelson T. Hunger- 
ford, 1896; John N. Woodruff, Charles I. Leach, 1897; Frank 
Hungerford, Ammi D. Giddings, Wesley J. Soule, 1898. 

SIMSBURY. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Aaron S. Chap- 
man. — Selectmen, WilMam H. Whitehead, Newell St. John, 
Jay Barnard. — Cons., Louis P. Priest, Harmon St. John, 
La Fayette Reynolds, Roderick S. Smith, Alonzo L. Lati- 
mer, Joseph W. Holcomb, Charles W. Shaw. — Coll., Alonzo 
L. Latimer. — G. Jurors, Thomas W. Moore, Allen J. Hol- 
comb, George U. Butler, George B. Higley, William J. Hayes, 
John B. Stacy. — Assess., Edmund A. Hoskins, Samuel 
Whitehead, Frank J. Alford. — Board of R., Campbell P. 
Case, Edward H. Brockett, Edward H. Bradley. —Reg. of 
Voters, Erwin Chase, Lawrence Fagan. — School Visitors, 
Charles B. Holcomb, Gavette B. Holcomb, 1896; Charles 
E. Stowe, Mary H. Humphrey, 1897; John B. McLean, 
Charles M. Wooster, 1898. 

SOMERS. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Solomon Fuller.— 
Selectmen, Henry C. Stimson (SomersviUeJ, William C. 
Pease, Erwin D. Avery.— Cons., Charles Hibbard, Richard 



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Delaney.— Coll., Everett P. Russell.— G. Jurors, Nathaniel 
A. Patten, William H. Billings, Theodore Sheldon, Lucius 
A. Kibbe, John Hurlburt, Jairus N. Kibbe. — Assess., Fran- 
cis L. Griswold, Nathaniel A. Patten, Adolphus G. Chapin.— 
Board of R., Edwin B. Little, Arthur E. Brainard, Charles 
J. Stevenson.— Reg. of Voters, Amos Pease, Silas H. Perry.— 
School Visitors, Myron F. Gowdy, Arthur W. Kibbe, 1896; 
Charles J. Stevenson, Charles H. Ricketts, 1897; Willard 
P. Fuller, Lucius A. Kibbe, 1898. 

SOUTHBURY. Clerk and Reg., Charles A. Bradley (So. 
Britain). — Treas., Henry B. Russell. — Selectmen, Curtiss 
H. Smith, Robert C. Mitchell, Theodore F. Wheeler. —Cons., 
William H. Wakelee, Henry W. Beecher, Amos Allen, John 
W. Doyle, Theodore F. Wheeler, Howard Hicock, Isaac 
Wentsch. — Coll., Henry W. Beecher. — G. Jurors, Arthur 

D. Munson, Arthur J. Lewis, Williain C. Beecher, Francis 
Grant, Aaron Thompson, Frank E. Seeley. — Assess., Gid- 
uey A. Stiles, Birdsey Gilbert. — Board of R„ Everett S. 
Piatt, Oscar Ambler, James Short. — Reg. of Voters, Wil- 
liam H. Wakelee, Henry M. Canfield. — School Visitors, 
David F. Pierce, Gidney A. Stiles, Birdsey Gilbert, 1898. 

SOUTHINGTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Charles D. 
Barnes. — Selectmen, Wheaton S. Plumb, Augustine M. 
Lewis, Charles F. Hamlin. — Cons., Charles W. Dutton, 
George L. Clark, Charles H. Tolles, James B. Cowles, An- 
drew J. Rinn, James McCabe, John W. Cronin. — Coll., Wil- 
liam H. Barnes. — G. Jurors, Winfield S. Gould, James Deg- 
nan, Alexander F. Carey, James Duncan, Joshua Bills, 
Nathan A. Doolittle. — Assess., Randolph W. Cowles, Robert 

E. Upson, James H. Pratt. — Board of R., Martin W. Frisbie, 
Charles H. Clark, William Orr. — Reg. of Voters, William 
L. Ames, Franklin B. Bradley. — School Committee, Ellen 
Tuttle Lewis, Lydia A. Sloper, Norman A. Barnes, 1896; 
Lucretia A. Cummings, John J. Barnes, George S. Allen, 
1897; James H. Osborne, Edwin N. Walkley, Ella G. Brooks, 
1898. 

SOUTH WINDSOR. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Ralph M. 
Grant (East Windsor Hill). — Selectmen, Harry S. Powers, 
Williard W. Grant, Carlos E. Kibbie. — Cons., Ransom M. 
Burnham, Geo. A. Smith. — Coll., Ransom M. Burnham. — 
G. Jurors, Charles W. Viberts, Frederick O. Newberry, 
Thomas Newberry. — Assess., Norman F. Stoughton, Elliott 
C. Elmore. — Board of R., Charles J. Dewey, Charles E. 
Alexander. — Reg. of Voters, Sheldon J. Grant, Leslie W. 
Newberry. — School Visitors, Olive A. Jones, Roswell Grant, 
1896; Frank Avery, Seth Vinton, 1897; Ellen M. Foster, 1898. 

SPRAGUE. Clerk and Reg., William D. Nolan (Baltic).— 
Treas., Peter S. Cote. — Selectmen, Curtis L. Hazen (Baltic), 






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Charles H. Ladd, Richard J. Brophy. — Cons., James E. O. 
Leary, Edgar C. Tarbox, William F. Keables, Moses Lam- 
bert, Daniel Falvey, John Woods, Dennis J. Hines.— Coll.. 
Herbert C. Watson. G. Jurors. John W. Flynn, Francis G. 
Logan, Alfred H. Bennett. William C. Smith, Frank Clocher. 
— Assess., Ebenezer Allen. Norman Smith, John Nolan. — 
Board of R., John Quinn, Sylvester H. Maynard, James P. 
Brown. — Reg. of Voters, Peter J. Donnelly, Alfred H. Ben 
nett. — School Visitors, William D. Nolan, Nathan Geer, 
1896; Ebenezer Allen, Mrs. E. L. Smith, 1897; Frederick 
Dobbrow, James E. Vickriclge, 1898. 

STAFFORD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Marcus B. Fisk 
(Stafford Springs). — Selectmen, Myron W. Leonard, Frank 
L. Smith, Frederick J. Glover. — Cons., George L. Eaton. 
Charles R. Andrews, George W. Eaton, W. M. Lasbury, M. 
A. Cady, Edward Burk, Claud Duncan. — Coll., Amos N. 
Nichols. — G. Jurors, W. D. Irons, Hiram Rathburn, J. R. 
Washburn, Henry Butterfield, Otis Chapman, Henry Mc- 
Kinney. — Assess., J. M. Lord, W. P. Amadon, Chauncey 
Orcutt. — Board of R., A. E. Converse, Milo A. Gold, An- 
thony Adams. — Reg. of Voters, J. G. Wightman, H. F. 
Cady, J. W. Chandler, David Bissett. — School Visitors, 
Ralph Wiers, John R. Washburn, 1896; C. H. King, F. L. 
Smith, 1897; A. J. McLeod, T. H. Rafftery, 1898. 

STAMFORD. Clerk and Reg., William F. Waterbury. — 
Treas., Walter D. Daskam. — Selectmen, Edwin S. Holly, 
George H. Roberts, Charles A. Weed. — Cons., Richard 
Bolster, Andrew Schlechtweg, William C. Hull, Charles 
J. Brown, Edgar A. Toms, George W. Clarke, Charles O. 
DeHart. — Coll., Louis S. Begent. — G. Jurors, Thomas B. 
Lamb, Peter P. Van Vleet, Edwin M. Webb, Stephen Smith, 
Sylvester N. Scofield. — Assess., Daniel Hanrahan, Harry 
S. McConkey, Terah Miller, Benjamin B. Avery, Joseph H. 
Knapp. — Board of R., John H. McGill, Edwy F. Morris, 
Henry L. Eckhard. — Reg. of Voters, Galen A. Carter, Jr., 
Nichols C. Downs. — School Visitors, Geo. H. Soule, Watson 
E. Rice, Chas. H. Peck, 1896; Schuyler Merritt, Nathaniel 
R. Hart, Henry P. Geib, 1897; Robert A. Fosdick, Lewis 
R. Hurlbutt, Frank H. Baldwin, 1S98. 

STERLING. — Clerk and Reg., Orren W. Bates (Oneco). - 
Treas., David S. Kenyon. — Selectmen, Clayton F. Wright 
(North Sterling), Thomas Hurst, Alvin L. Corey. — Cons.. 
George H. Gallup, Laurens Card.— Coll., George H. Gallup.— 
G. Jurors, Paris H. Corey, Frank Jordan, Avery A. Stauton, 
George E. Andrews, Nathaniel Gallup, Silas Griffith.- 
Assess., Henry D. Dixon, Russell Hill, Benjamin S. Bliss.— 
Board of R., Silas A. Waite, George C. Spooner, Josiah 
Slade. — Reg. of Voters, Daniel H. Matteson, Henry D. 
Dixon. — School Visitors, John B. Stanton, Orrin W. Bates, 



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1896; Henry D. Dixon, Claramon Hunt, 1897; Benjamin S. 
Bliss, Oliver A. Barr, 1898. 

STONINGTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Elias B. Hinck- 
ley. — Selectmen, Geo. D. Stanton, Benjamin F. Williams, 
Henry M. Stillman. — Cons., Joseph F. Leahy, John Deady, 
Orren F. Deady. William H. Casey, Franklin A. Chapman, 
Andrew R. Jordan, William O. Atwood. — Coll., Arthur G. 
Wheeler. — G. Jurors, Charles Bennett, Dennis Horgan, Abel 
H. Hinckley, William A. Gilbert. Silas E. Lewis, Alexander 
Jones. — Assess., Edward Muller, E. Everett Watrous, Wil- 
liam F. Noyes. — Board of R., Calvin Wheeler, Dennis 
Horgan, John J. Davis. — Reg. of Voters, Joseph B. Wilcox. 
James H. Weeks, Jr. — School Visitors, Silas B. Wheeler. 
Simeon Gallup, Charles H. Babcock, 1896. 

STRATFORD. Clerk and Reg., Henry P. Stagg. — Treas.. 
George T. Jewell. — Selectmen, Lewis F. Judson, Robert 
W. Curtis, John E. Holmes. — Cons., Albert C. Innis, William 
E. Clark, J. Henry Blakeman, Samuel Wakeley, Charles 
B. Curtis, Stiles L. Smith. — Coll., Frederick P. Beardsley.— 
G. Jurors, Thomas B. Fairchild, George W. Carey, Elliott 
W. Peck, Charles Sanford, George H. Booth, Charles H. 
Wakeley.— Assess., J. Henry Blakeman, David L. Rhoades, 
Albert Wilcoxson. — Board of R., John W. Thompson, Anson 
H. Blakeman.— Reg. of Voters, George E. Chavell, C. Eugene 
Beardsley. — School Visitors, Robert H. Russell, A. Wil- 
coxson, 1896; William B. Cogswell, Howard J. Curtis, 1897; 
Charles C. Wells, George F. Lewis, 1898. 

SUFF1ELD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Wm. L. Loomis. — 
Selectmen, Edmund Halladay, Charles M. Owen, Henry 
S. Cowles. — Cons., Edgar W. Latham, Thomas B. Cooney, 
Walter M. Luce, Luke F. Wood worth, James O'Malley, Ed- 
ward- L. Fowler. — Coll., Frank H. Reid. — G. Jurors, Mat- 
thew T. Newton, Silas L. Wood, Myron H. Fuller, Seth 
Viets, Henry A. Sheldon, Hannibal K. Wright. — Assess., 
Myron H. Fuller, Edwin J. Sheldon, James F. Lennon. — 
Board of R., Horace K. Ford, William S. Thrall, C. Irving 
Pheland. — Reg. of Voters, Edgar W. Latham, James O. 
Haskins. — School Visitors, Charles B. Strong, Leverett 
N. Austin, 1896; George F. Genung, Philo W. Street, 1897; 
George F. Kendall, Randall Salisbury, 1898. 

THOMASTON. Clerk and Reg., Frank W. Etheridge. — 
Treas., Arthur J. Hine. — Selectmen, Aaron Thomas, Porter 
Darrow, Thomas A. Gotsel. — Cons., George C. Hosford, 
Edwin H. Beardslee, Matthew Crowley, James Morton, 
Thomas McDonald, James P. Lumpkin, John Strahen.— Coll., 
George C. Hosford. — G. Jurors, John Higgins, Abner Allen, 
George G. Parker, Edgar Blake, James Gooley, Edward 
M. Crouch. — Assess., Horton Pease, Morris H. Guernsey, 



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William Trihey. — Board of R., Miio K. Gray, George A. 
Stoughton, Walter L. Crouch. — Reg. of Voters. HortoD 
Pease, Frederick A. Canfield. — School Committee. Albert 
P. Bradstreet, George H. Stoughton, Arthur T. Parsons. 
1896; George A. Lemmon, Fred I. Roberts, Michael J. Daly. 
1897; George A. Stoughton, Ralph S. Goodwin, William 
Trihey, 1898. 

THOMPSON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., James N. Kings- 
bury. — Selectmen, Oscar Tourtellotte (North Grosuenor Dale). 
David N. Porter, Linus A. Lagee. — Cons., William N. Bates, 
John Tredeau, Horace G. Steere, John Blid, Alonzo Crockett, 
George Cummings, George A. Pettis. — Coll., John A. Bal- 
lard. — G. Jurors, Frank S. Richmond, Thomas Ryan, Geo. 
C. Johnson, Otis Barton, Charles W. Tourtellotte, Albert 
Converse. — Assess., Cornelius V. Chapin, Henry Paradis, 
Herbert C. Leavitt. — Board of R., George Flint, Jerome 
Nichols, Joseph A. Cruff. — Reg. of Voters, John Ballard, 
John Donnel, Luther M. Child, Edward F. Thompson. — 
School Visitors, E. Herbert Corttis, Geo. V. Toune, Edward 

F. Thompson, 189S. 

TOLLAND. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Frank T. New- 
comb. — Selectmen, George F. Kibbe, Henry Young, Lauritz 
Hansen. — Cons., Fred A. West, James H. Usher. — Coll.. 
Thomas G. Root. — G. Jurors, Dwight F. Niles, Daniel B. 
Chapman, John H. Steele, John W. Edgerton, Charles W. 
Marsh, Lauritz Hansen. — Assess., Frank A. Newman, Alden 
B. Crandall, J. Elliott Brown. — Board of R., Edmund 
Joslyn, William L. Ayers, John W 7 . Edgerton. — Reg. of 
Voters, Henry H. Doyle, Edwin S. Agard. — School Visitors. 
William D. Holman, George P. Field, 1896; Azariah L. Ben- 
ton, Willard N. Simmons, 1897; David A. Brown, Edward 
E. Fuller, 1898. 

TORRINGTON. — Clerk and Reg., Willard A. Roraback.- 
Treas., Isaac W. Brooks. — Selectmen, Burr Lyon, Francis 
N. Hopkins, Charles M. Johnson. — Cons., Leslie I. Bald- 
win, Ernest T. Huke, Edward S. Miner, Lewis C. Hull, 
James J. Saunders, John O'Connor, Amos F. Butler. — Coll., 
Isaac H. Lockwood. — G. Jurors, Henry I. Jackson, James 

G. W^oodward, Edmond Wall, George S. Weeks, John L. 
Tuttle, Harvey L. Barnes. — Assess., Edward J. Hopkins, 
Willard A. Cowles, Patrick Gleeson. — Board of R.. E. 
Horatio Talcott, Edward W T . Whiting, Ephraim F. Weston — 
Reg. of Voters, William H. Brothwell, John Workman. — 
School Committee, Burr Lyon, Edward B. Birge, Edward J. 
Brennan, 1896; Willard A. Cowles, James W. Hague, 1897; 
Elisha J. Steele, Edward S. Miner, James Alldis, 1898. 

TRUMBULL. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., C. Frank Plumb.- 
Selectmen, Ormel Hall (Plattsville), Charles B. Nichols, 



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Lorenzo N. Mallett. — Cons., Charles S. French, Arthur E. 
Plumb, Peter Oabler, Charles G. Peet, Burr F. Beach. 
Leonard A. Hawley, Erwin S. Fairchild. — Coll., Frederick 
S. Shelton. — G. Jurors, Plumb B. Nichols, William Cooper, 
Granville E. Dunning, William O. Beach, Sterling H. Booth. 
— Assess., Nathan B. Curtiss, George F. Hadley, William 
O. Beach. — Board of R., Arthur S. Burr, Peter Gabler, 
Banford S. Beach. — Reg. of Voters, Charles S. French, 
William I. Davis. — School Committee, Horace L. Fairchild, 
Ormel Hall, Lewis Brinsmade, 1896; Joseph A. Treadwell, 

E. S. Fairchild, Charles W. Boylston, 1897; Sterling H. 
Booth, Wesley B. Coan, Eli P. Burton, 1898. 

UNION. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., E. M. Horton.— Select- 
men, Milton H. Kinney (Mashapaug), L. A. Corbin, Amos T. 
Allen.— Cons., J. W. Winch, Geo. W. Crawford.— Coll., F. L. 
Upham. — G. Jurors, E. W. Upham, D. F. Cummings. — 
Assess., F. L. Upham, M. G. Smith. — Board of R., W. G. 
Howard, W. S. Webster, E. C. Booth. — Reg. of Voters, 
George Wallace, S. W. Newell. — School Visitors, E. E. 
Corbin, Frank Town, 1896; J. C. Upham, E. C. Booth, 1897; 

F. L. Upham, S. W. Newell, 1898. 

VERNON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Francis B. Skinner 
(Rockville). — Selectmen, John E. Fahey (Rockville), Parley 
B. Leonard, Charles Tennert. — Cons., Frederick Harding, 
Frank E. Davis, J. Paul Hann, George H. Worden, William 
H. Potterton, Henry F. Parker, Michael Shea.— Coll., George 
Nagel. — G. Jurors, Frank E. White, Harry T. Miner, Lester 
D. Phelps, Michael A. Regan, Silas Putnam, Walter E. 
Pettengill. — Assess., August Hemmann, Gideon G. Tilling- 
hast, Asa Pettengill. — Board of R., Samuel T. Noble, George 
Arnold, Joseph Forster, Jr. — Reg of Voters, Francis A. 
Randall, George Forster. — School Visitors, Edwin G. But- 
ler, Frederick W. Walsh, 1896; Anthony M. Gibson, W T ilbur 
B. Foster, 1897; Morris H. Talcott, Alfred R. Goodrich, 1898. 

VOLUNTOWN. Clerk and Reg., Charles E. Maine.— 
Treas., John N. Lewis. — Selectmen, James M. Cook (PenMe- 
ton Hill), Edmund Hall, Benjamin S. Hall. — Cons., Elam 
A. Kinney, John A. Sweet. — Coll., Elam A. Kinney. — G. 
Jurors, Silas L. Barber, Elmer E. Coon, Ira C. Maine. — 
Assess., Edmund Hall, Leonard B. Kinney. — Board of R„ 
Ezra Briggs, Edward A. Pratt, Myron Kinne. — Reg. of 
Voters, John N. Lewis, George S. Kinney. — School Visitors, 
Mrs. Helen R. Dewhurst, Leonard B. Kinney, 1896; E. 
Byron Gallup, Frank S. Bitgood, 1897; John E. Green, War- 
ren R. Davis, 1898. 

WALLINGFORD. Clerk and Reg., Othniel I. Martin.- 
Treas., Lorenzo R. Cook. — Selectmen, William E. Hall, 
George Cook, George S. Wilcox. — Cons., Daniel O. Reilly, 



TOWN^OFFICERS. 241 

John W. Whalen, George H. Riley, A. Booth, James W. 
Mooney, George J. White, C. R. Lamb, William A. Booth. — 
Coll., Roger S. Austin. — G. Jurors, William H. McKenzie, 
Jared T. Kimberly, John J. Myers, Zerah P. Beach, Delano 
W. Ives, John G. Button. — Assess., Robert H. Cowles, 
Thomas Doonan, Joel R. Hough. — Board of R., John H. 
Frances, Henry C. Wooding, Charles E. Yale, Andrew 
Andrews, Michael O'Callaghan. — Reg. of Voters, Edward 
F. Kavenaugh, Francis C. Bartholomew. — School Visitors, 
John B. Kendrick, F. E. Marble, 1896; J. E. Wildman, J. 
J. Redmond, 1897; Hugh Mallon, L. M. Hubbard, 1898. 

WARREN. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Augustine T. Peck.— 
Selectmen, Noble B. Strong, George C. Hopkins, Henry E. 
Shove. — Cons., David Strong, Joseph C. Breen. — Coll., 
David Strong. — G. Jurors, Augustus B. Camp, Frederick 
P. Johnson. — Assess., Austin R. Humphrey, Joseph Breen. 
—Board of R., Edward W. Carter, Richard F. Thompson, 
Garwood W. Shove. — Reg. of Voters, William F. Curtiss, 
John H. Meagher. — School Visitors, Noble B. Strong, Wil- 
liam Forestelle, 1896; Austin Gardner, Daniel A. Young, 
1897; Homer S. Sackett, Joseph C. Breen, 1898. 

WASHINGTON. Clerk and Reg., S. Ford Seeley (Wash- 
ington Depot).— Treas., William J. Ford. — Selectmen, Charles 
S. Hollister, George H. Wheaton, Jerome E. Grannis. — Cons., 
Dallas J. Wyant, Frank J. Hosford, Dwight R. W T ilson. — 
Coll., Edwin H. Beardsley. — G. Jurors, Henry Foulois, 
Sheldon J. Logan, Sherman Cogswell, Robert A. Marcy. — 
Assess., Powell G. Seeley, Sherman S. Morehouse.— Board of 
R., Sheldon J. Logan, George S. Humphrey, Eleadu N. 
Moore.— Reg. of Voters, Charles C. Ford, Cortland D. Cole.— 
School Committee, Charles N. Beach, S. C. Kingman, 1896; 
Charles P. Lyman, Henry Upson, 1897; George T. Sperry, 
William G. Brinsmade, 1898. 

W'ATERBURY. Clerk and Reg., Edward H. Belden. — 
Treas., Maier Kaiser. — Selectmen, Perry C. Morris, George 
Tracy, Mortimer Doran. — Cons., Ervis E. Wright, Frank 
J. Rametti, Harleigh J. Pike, William M. Gillette, John F. 
O'Brien, Maurice F. Carmody, Thomas Costello. — Coll., 
Charles J. Griggs. — G. Jurors, David E. Sprague, Cornelius 
Tracy, Thomas Fitzsimons, Mark L. Warner, Frank W. 
Wheeler. — Assess., Frederick E. Cross. — Board of R., 
Irnri A. Spencer, Charles Schmidt, John C. F. Gross, John 
E. Maher. — Reg. of Voters, John Blair, John C. Butler. — 
School Visitors, Wilfred E. Griggs, James E. Russell, John 
Li. Saxe, 1896; George H. Cowell, John A. Osborne, Joseph 
A. Archambeault, 1897; Porter L. Wood, Homer F. Bassett, 
Frank P. Brett, 1898. 

WATERFORD. Clerk and Reg., James E. Beckwith. — 
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242 TOWN OFFICERS 

Treas., Charles P. Alexander. — Selectmen, John L. Payne, 
Joseph Peabody, James E. Comstock. — Cons., Pickett R. 
Beebe, Jeremiah Dunbar, Charles H. Church, Nathan N. 
Daniels, George H. Gallup, George R. Foster. — Coll., Al- 
bert H. Lanphere. — G. Jurors, Edwin F. Steward, John 
H. Gilbert, Francis P. Rooertson, Griswold A. Chappell, 
Horace C. Lanphere. — Assess., Fred P. Morgan, John T. 
Church, William W. Tourgee. — Board of R., John W. Man- 
waring, Otto Lawson, Sidney A. Smith. — Reg. of Voters, 
Albert H. Lanphere, Park B. Smith. — School Visitors, 
Henry H. Gorton, Albert H. Lanphere, 1896; R. B. Wall, 
W. C. Saunders, 1897; J. Emerson Dart, Ezra J. Hempstead, 
1898. 

WATERTOWN. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Burton H. Mat- 
toon. — Selectmen, Edson B. Lockwood, George Hudson, 
Charles H. Douglass. — Cons., Frank O. Peck, Simeon M. 
Jones, Eben W. Daines, Harry E. Barnes, Frederick Gil- 
lette, Thomas H. Breen, William N. Warner. — Coll., Emil 
C. Marggraff. — G. Jurors, George M. Summers, John D. 
McGowan, H. William Warner, Emil C. Marggraff, James 
G. Skilton, Joseph W. Atwood. — Assess., Albert T. Blakes- 
lee, Daniel F. Hannon. — Board of R., William H. Smith, 
Howard M. Hickox, Wallace H. Atwood. — Reg. of Voters, 
Henry G. Scott, Daniel F. Hannon. — School Visitors, Frank 
S. R. Douglass, Merritt C. Skilton, 1896; Truman P. Bald- 
win, George F. Pritchard, 1897; Emil C. Marggraff, Herbert 
N. Cunningham, 1898. 

WESTBROOK. Clerk and Reg., George C. Moore.— 
Treas., Amos A. Wilcox.— Selectmen, George Kirtland, Sam- 
uel M. Pratt, Horace E. Kelsey.— Cons., Zadoc E. Morgan, 
Egbert E. Higgins, Henry W. Wright, Albert B. Dibble, 
Charles E. Kelsey, James E. Kelsey, George O. Stannard. — 
Coll., Daniel W. Grosvenor. — G. Jurors, Daniel W. Grosve* 
nor, William G. Bushnell, Richard H. Stannard, Frederic 
J. DeWolfe, John G. Holbrook, Jedediah Post. — Assess., 
George C. Moore, William Z. Jones. — Board of R., Richard 
H. Stannard, Charles L. Clark, George O. Stannard. — Reg. 
of Voters, Amos A. Wilcox, Gilbert A. Post. — School Com- 
mittee, William A. Jones, Gilbert A. Post, Charles L. Clark, 
1896; Henry Stevens. Albert W. Stokes, Richard Hamlin 
Stevens, 1897; George O. Stannard, Henry W. Wright, 
Charles E. Chapman, 1898. 

WEST HARTFORD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Henry C. 
Whitman. — Selectmen, T. Everett Stanley, Wilbur E. Good- 
win, Morgan Goodwin. — Cons., Heman Hamlin, Lars John- 
son, John W. Zeigler. — Coll., John M. Foote, Jr. — G. Jurors, 
Joshua N. Oviatt, Newell E. Goodwin, William W. Hunting- 
ton. — Assess., Charles H. Flagg, Timothy Sedgwick, Wil- 
liam E. Seymour. — Board of R., Elmer G. Clark, Benjamin 



TOWN OFFICERS. 243 

S. Bishop, Walter Cadwell. — Reg. of Voters, Benjamin 
S. Bishop, William E. Seymour. — School Visitors, A. C. 
Sternberg, Frank H. Stadtmueller, Henry C. Judd, 1896; C. 
Edward Beach, Kate E. Way, T. M. Hodgdon, 1897; Wil- 
liam H. Hall, Wilbur E. Goodwin, William W. Huntington, 
1898. 

WESTON. — Clerk and Reg., I. C. Fanton (Aspetuck).— 
Treas., G. Warren Bradley. — Selectmen, James A. Smith 
(Lyons Plains), Lyman F. Bradley, Loomis M. Gould. —Cons., 
Alonzo W. Barrett, Lester Fanton, James B. Dike man, 
August Peterson, Burton P. Merwin, Frederick W. Tread- 
well, Joseph M. Perry. — Coll., William Cogswell. — G. 
Jurors, Hiram Scofield, Jonathan Betts, Moses D. Treadwell, 
Piatt Keeler, Stephen W. Godfrey. — Assess., Arthur C. 
Bradley, Burton P. Merwin. — Board of R., Lester Fanton, 
Jonathan Betts, Moses D. Treadwell. — Reg. of Voters, 
Ebenezer Fitch, Rufus K. Fitch. — School Visitors, Alexan- 
der Hamilton, David S. Parsons, 1896; Ebenezer Fitch, 
Vanderbilt Godfrey, 1897; Iverson C. Fanton, Rufus K. 
Fitch, 1898. 

WESTPORT. Clerk and Reg., William J. Finch.— Treas., 
J. L. . G. Cannon. — Selectmen, Robert H. Coley, Thomas 
Quinlan, Daniel B. Bradley, Jr. —Cons., Edward Allen, 
Albert W. Allen, John J. Quinlan, Alexander W. Sherwood, 
William H. Bradley, Edward McElsore, John W. Gault, 
Charles Ball. — G. Jurors, William H. Wells, Eli Bradley, 
William H. Petrie, Lewis P. Wakeman, Horace B. Coley, 
Charles Harris.— Assess., Samuel B. Wheeler, John W. Hurl- 
butt, Edward C. Birge. — Board of R., Moses Sherwood, 
Patrick Campbell, William L. Coley. — Reg. of Voters, Wil- 
liam J. Wood, George S. Adams. — School Visitors, Loren 
T. Day, Jabez Backus, 1896; Charles H. Kemper, Jr., J. 
Frank Elwood, 1897; John H. Carroll, William H. Saxton, 
1898. 

WETHERSFIELD. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Albert H. 
Galpin. — Selectmen, Josiah G. Adams, John Hanmer, Wil- 
liam H. Warner. — Cons., William J. Stevenson, William 
S. Pomeroy, Edmund L. Smith, Horace Fenton, Edward J. 
Standish, Daniel B. Hurlburt, J. Burritt Griswold. — Coll., 
Austin Robertson. — G. Jurors, Julius A. Deming, Frederick 
A. Griswold, Frank H. Belden, James R. Anderson, Michael 
J. Bracken, Martin Wells. — Assess., Francis H. Bobbins, 
Simeon Hale. — Board of R., Edwin M. Havens, Robert R. 
Wolcott, Stephen Morgan. — Reg. of Voters, Dudley Wells, 
William W. Adams. — School Visitors, Thomas N. Griswold, 
Joseph O. Hurlburt, Stephen Morgan, 1896; Stephen M. 
Wells, George W. Harris, Luther W. Adams, 1897; Leslie 
E. Adams, Edward D. Robbins, Frederick W. Warner, 1898. 



244 TOWN OFFICERS. 

WILLINGTON. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., M. L. Diinock.— 
Selectmen, Adolph Korper (South Willington), William D. 
Ruby, L. W. Holt. — Cons., Origin Hall, George M. Knight.— 
Coll., D. C. Diinock. — G. Jurors, W. H. Brackett, David 
Eldredge, G. B. Marble, A. D. Dimock, F. R. Mason, .T. F. 
Whitf ord. — Assess., E. H. Burdick, F. M. Barrett. — Board 
of R., Matthew Burdick, F. W. Pratt, J. T. Tennant. — 
Reg. of Voters, W. H. Hall, H. O. Sparks. — School Visitors, 
C. T. Preston, Charles H. Brown, Esther Dimock, 1897. 

WILTON. Clerk and Reg., Richard H. Fitch. — Treas., 
George F. Brown. — Selectmen, Josiah Gilbert, Frederick D. 
Benedict, Samuel G. Lockwood. — Cons., Martin Burns, 
George W. Godfrey, Louis R. Warncke, Morris G. Buttery, 
Charles E. Morris, Morris D. Moriarty, David H. Van Hoos- 
lar. — Coll., Robert W. Keeler. — G. Jurors, Daniel C. Hogan, 
Leroy Sturges, Stanton Coley, Cornelius J. DeWitt, Sherman 
Morehouse, Jr., George W. Batterson, George C. M. Gregory. 
— Assess., Edwin O. Seymour, William B. Hurlbutt, Jr.. 
Rufus R. Ruscoe. — Board of R., Charles W. Horton, Elmer 
Jackson, Samuel Buttery. — Reg. of Voters, George W. Og- 
den, John B. Sturges. — School Visitors, Horace Reynolds, 
Luzon Jelliffe, 1896; William J. Betts, John B. Sturges, 1897; 
George W. Ogden, Percy S. Ackerman, 1898. 

WINCHESTER. Clerk and Reg., James P. Glynn 
(Winsted). — Treas., Jay E. Spaulding. — Selectmen, Wil- 
liam L. Camp (West Winsted), Robert S. Hulbert, Rollin D. 
Baldwin.— Cons., Henry F. Marsh, Stephen C. Wheeler, 
Josiah Spear, Chesterfield C. Middlebrooks, William P. Shay, 
Luke Seery.— Coll., Charles B. Moore.— G. Jurors, Marvin H. 
Tanner, John J. Burke, W T illis S. Griswold, William S. For- 
dyce, Thomas F. Burns, Lewis D. Hart.— Assess., Warham H. 
Williams, Midian N. Griswold, Edward H. Persons. — Board 
of R., Charles B. Hallett, Charles J. York, William L. Nash.— 
Reg. of Voters, Charles K. Hunt, Felix Gallagher. — School 
Visitors, Bethia W. Carpenter, James P. Shelley, 1896; 
Charles A. Bristol, George Foster Prentiss, 1897; Benjamin 
W. Pettibone, William S. Hulbert, 1898. 

WINDHAM. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Charles H. Dimmick 
(Willimantic). — Selectmen, William N. Potter (Willimantic), 
D. Clifford Barrows, Holden Arnold. — Cons., Sylvester T. 
Moulton, Charles Larrabee, Jr., Andrew W. Loomis, Ernest 
P. Chesbro, J. Henry Hills, George H. Backus, George T. 
Spafford. — Coll., George H. Spencer. — G. Jurors, Henry 
Larrabee, John S. Bobbins, James Martin, Charles H. Bra- 
deen, George Challenger, Freeman D. Spencer. — Assess., 
Amos M. Hatheway, Charles Larrabee, Jr., John Canada.— 
Board of R., Charles S. Billings, Marcus L. Tryon, Albert 
C. Scripture. — Reg. of Voters, John G. Keigwin, Daniel 



TOWN OFFICERS. 245 

P. Dunn. — School Visitors, Frederick Rogers, John Weldon, 
George L. Storrs, 1896; Charles A. Dinsmore, Emir W. Ham- 
lin, Abbie S. Utley, 1897; James W. Hillhouse, Frank E. 
Guild, Samuel B. Harvey, 1898. 

WINDSOR. Clerk and Reg., Henry A. Huntington.— 
Treas., William H. Filley. — Selectmen, Timothy S. Loomis, 
Thomas B. Hatheway, Richard D. Case. — Cons., Beamon 
Shannon, Joseph C. Phalen, Henry C. Mack, Harvey M. 
Day, Michael Gilligan, Charles O. Clark, Horace H. Thrall.— 
Coll., Henry E. Phelps. — G. Jurors, Lawrence Sullivan, 
Jr., Judson S. Leonard, George R. Maude, Thomas J. Kear- 
ney, Timothy P. Kinney, Frederick M. Lanphear. —Assess., 
James J. Merwin, Albert E. Holcomb, William H. Harvey.— 
Board of R., W T illard M. Lovell, John B. Parker, Jr., Walter 
W. Loomis. — Reg. of Voters, George W. Barnes, Charles 
W. Day. — School Visitors, Roscoe Nelson, Eugene Brown, 
1896; V. Emma Thrall, John Kearney, 1897; Frederick W. 
Harriman, William H. Harvey, 1898. 

WINDSOR LOCKS. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., James D. 
Outerson. — Selectmen, John E. Mooney, John Gantly, James 
C. Gourley. — Cons., Timothy F. McCarty, Lawrence J. 
Farrell, Thomas F. Gogarty, Henry R. Sutton, Michael 
Kinney, William Whitton. — Coll., Patrick Gaynor. — G. 
Jurors, Edward Maker, Frank H. Griswold, Efenry Smith, 
Lorin S. Cowles, Wilson B. Chandler, Charles H. Wilcox. — 
Assess., Charles W. Holbrook, William Mather. — Board 
of R., James Keevers, Patrick Healey, Charles F. Cleave- 
land, George Glover. — Reg. of Voters, Thomas F. Wallace, 
Daniel O. Abbe. — School Committee, Charles W. Holbrook, 
George M. Montgomery, 1896; T. F. McCarty, Frederick 
S. Bidwell, 1897; W. J. Coyle, Frank L. Ashley, 1898. 

WOLCOTT. Clerk and Reg., Henry Minor. — Treas., 
Evelyn M. Upson. — Selectmen, Benjamin L. Bronson, 
Frederick M. Upson, Gustave Cornells. — Cons., Charles S. 
Tuttle, Elliott Bronson, Clarence Lounsbury, Thomas F. 
Seary. — Coll., John W. Norton.— G. Jurors, John W. Norton, 
Lavallette Upson, Henry H. Abbott, Andrew J. Slater. — 
Assess., Charles S. Tuttle, John R. S. Todd. — Board of R., 
Elliott Bronson, Albert N. Lane, Henry L. Noble. — Reg. 
of Voters, Joseph Fairclough, Willey E. Pritchard. —School 
Committee, Elliott Bronson, Andrew J. Slater, 1896; Henry 
B. Carter, Rufus Norton, 1897; Evelyn M. Upson, John R. 
S. Todd, 1898. 

WOODBRIDGE. Clerk and Reg., Marcus E. Baldwin 
(Westville). — Treas., Wells M. Beecher. — Selectmen, Rol- 
lin C. Newton (Westville), Nathan P. Peck, Phineas E. 
Peck. — Cons., Frank Brault, Erwin J. Newton, Minott E. 
Nichols, Charles A. Bond, Horace O. B. Small, Frank G. 



246 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Northrop, Charles E. Peck. — Coll., Virgil P. Sperry. — G. 
Jurors, Jacob Beisiegel, Leverett H. Clark, Silas J. Peck, 
Joseph G. Dickinson, Charles E. Fuller, Frank L. Doolittle.— 
Assess., Samuel O. Clark, James W. Rice. — Board of R., 
William H. Warner, Virgil P. Sperry, Charles L. Northrop.— 
Reg. of Voters, Leroy C. Beecher, Frank G. Northrop. — 
School Committee, Henry E. Baldwin, Stiles C. Williams, 
Charles P. Augur, 1896; William W. Peck, Stephen M. 
Peck, Henry W. Chatfleld, 1897; William H. Warner, Elmer 
E. Thomas, William H. Dauchy, 1898. 

WOODBURY. Clerk and Reg., Asahel W. Mitchell (North 
Woodbury). — Treas., Homer S. Tomlinson. — Selectmen, 
George P. Crane (North Woodbury), Horace H. Minor, Charles 

A. Woodward. — Cons., George P. Crane, Walter A. Thomas, 
Albert N. Judson, Frank P. Bradley. — Coll., John W. 
Nichols. — G. Jurors, William J. Clark, Omer E. Norton, 
Barnett J. Atwood. — Assess., Timothy B. Terrill, Truman 

E. Wheeler. — Board of R., Horace D. Curtiss, Charles T. 
Terrill, William G. Tuttle, William Forbes, Frank B. Peck.— 
Reg. of Voters, Eli M. Towne, Frank B. Judson. — School 
Visitors, James L. R. Wyckoff, Joseph A. Freeman, Michael 

F. Skelly, 1896; Charles T. Terrill, Nathaniel M. Strong, 
J. Chauncey Linsley, 1897; William J. Clark, David L. 
Somers, Arttour D. Warner, 1898. 

WOODSTOCK. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Newton D. 
Skinner (North Woodstock). — Selectmen, Chester E. May 
(East Woodstock), Frank L. Corbin, C. S. Sheldon. — Cons., 

F. Olin Chaffee, Frank A. Wells, Fred Sheldon, Albert M. 
Washburn. — Coll., Frank R. Jackson. — G. Jurors, George 

G. Thurber, Erastus Blackmar, Kinney Chamberlin, George 
W. Talbott, George H. Sumner, Clovis Richardson.— Assess., 
L. J. Leavitt, L. J. Wells, H. K. Saff ord. — Board of R., C. 

B. Cox, John P. Barber, George A. Peniman. — Reg. of 
Voters, H. P. Hibbard, Frank R. Jackson, W. F. Peniman, 
Fred W. Lester, J. F. Russell, G. Clinton W T illiams. — School 
Visitors, W. W. Webber, Vernon T. Wetherell, Henry W. 
Hibbard, 1896; Joseph Spaulding, Mary A. Corbin, P. S. 
Butler, 1897; F. H. Veits, John M. Paine, Henry K. Saff ord, 
1898. 



LICENSE FOR SALE OP INTOXICATINO LIQUORS. 



247 



LICENSE FOR SALE OF INTOXICATING 
LIQUORS. 



Figures indicate the vote taken in October, 1895, except in the towns of 
Derby and New Haven, where the vote is of December, 1895, in Ansonia of 
November, 1895, and in Bridgeport of April, 1895. 



Yes. 
Andover, — No license. 
Ansonia, — License. 
Ashford, — No license. 
Avon, — No license. 



No. 



Barkhamsted, 125 


84 


Beacon Falls, — License. 




Berlin, 250 


271 


Bethany, — License. 




Bet.hpl, 203 


373 


Bethlehem, — No license. 




Bloomfield, — No license. 




Bolton, 51 


27 


Bozrah, 48 


94 


Branford, 352 


302 


Bridgeport, 5.824 


990 


Bridgewater, — No license. 




Bristol, 867 


715 



Brookfield, — License. 
Brooklyn, — No license. 
Burlington, — License. 
Canaan, 95 119 

Canterbury, — No license. 
Canton, — No license. 
Chaplin, — No license. 
Chatham, — No license. 
Cheshire, 157 168 

Chester, 136 142 

Clinton, — No license. 
Colchester, 186 114 

Colebrook, 83 66 

Columbia, — No license. 
Cornwall, 139 119 

Coventry, — No license. 
Cromwell, 115 208 

Danbury, 1,996 1,408 



Yes. No. 
Darien, 183 131 

Derby, — License. 
Durham, — No license. 
Eastford, — No license. 
East Granby, 58 

East Haddam, 211 

East Hartford, 350 

East Haven, 98 

East Lyme, — No license. 
Easton, — No license. 
East Windsor, 305 

Ellington, 164 

Enfield, 661 

Essex, 216 

Fairfield. — License. 
Farmington, 385 

Franklin, 31 

Glastonbury, — No license 
Goshen, — No license. 
Granby, — License. 
Greenwich, 887 

Griswold, 220 

Groton, — No license. 
Guilford, 165 

Haddam, 69 

Hamden, 322 

Hampton, — No license. 
Hartford, 5,439 

Hartland, — No license. 
Harwinton — No license. 
Hebron, — No license. 
Huntington, 412 

Kent, 97 

Killingly, 381 

Killingworth, — No license. 



56 
137 
388 
123 



186 
134 
242 
246 

136 
49 



508 
181 

158 

37 

170 



2,332 



400 
91 

417 



248 



LICENSE FOR SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS. 



Yes. No. 
Lebanon — No license. 
Ledyard, — No license. 
Lisbon, — No license. 
Litchfield, 304 142 

Lyme, — No license. 
Madison, — No license. 
Manchester, 715 671 

Mansfield, — No license. 
Marlborough, — No license. 
Meriden, 2,493 675 

Middlebury, — No license. 
Middlefield, — No license 
Middletown, — License. 
Milford, 455 199 

Monroe, — No license. 
Montville, 153 296 

Morris, — No license. 
Naugatuck, — License. 
New Britain, 2,486 1,290 

New Canaan, 287 237 

New Fairfield, - License. 
New Hartford, 251 119 

New Haven, 9,021 2,996 

Newington, — No license. 
New London, 1,034 872 

New Milford, — License. 
Newtown, — License. 
Norfolk, 117 120 

North Branford, — No license. 
North Canaan, 126 168 

North Haven, — No license. 
North Stonington, — No license. 
Norwalk, — License. 
Norwich, 1,855 1,066 

Old Lyme, — No license. 
Old Saybrook, 147 87 

Orange, 451 237 

Oxford, — License. 
Plainfield, 241 295 

Plainville, 217 163 

Plymouth, — No license. 
Pomfret, — No license. 
Portland, — License. 
Preston, — License. 
Prospect, — No license. 
Putnam, 543 399 

Redding, 101 122 

Ridgefield, — No license. 
Rocky Hill, 47 132 



Yes. No. 
Roxbury, — No license. 
Salem, — No license. 
Salisbury, — No license. 
Saybrook, — No license. 
Scotland, — No license. 
Seymour, — License. 
Sharon, 230 144 

Sherman, — No license. 
Simsbury, 156 182 

Somers, * 94 121 

Southbury, 115 151 

Southington, 632 393 

South Windsor, 71 165 

Sprague, 63 83 

Stafford, 384 411 

Stamford, — License. 
Sterling, 105 57 

Stonington, — No license. 
Stratford, 271 212 

Suffield, — License. 
Thomaston, 262 174 

Thompson, — No license. 
Tolland, — No license. 
Torrington, 614 304 

Trumbull, 114 137 

Union, — No license. 
Vernon, 775 452 

Voluntown, — No license. 
Wallingford, 628 268 

Warren, — No license. 
Washington, — No license. 
Waterbury, 4,129 815 

Waterford, — No license. - 
Watertown, 114 207 

Westbrook, — No license. 
West Hartford, — No license. 
Weston, — No license. 
Westport, 257 378 

Wethersfield, 103 100 

Willington, — No license. 
Wilton, — No license. 
Winchester, 696 611 

Windham, 718 473 

AVindsor, 294 256 

Windsor Locks, 320 85 

Wolcott, — No license. 
Woodbridge, — No license. 
Woodbury, 124 151 

Woodstock, — No license. 



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CITY OFFICERS. 



ANSONIA. (Election, Tuesday after the first Monday of 
November.) — Mayor, Erwin W. Webster. — Clerk, Austin 
P. Kirkkaru. — Treasurer, Fred M. Drew.— Auditors, Walter 
Perry, John Starkweather. — Aldermen, 1st ward, William 
H. Kane; 2d, William U. Clark, Jr.; 3d, James Shorten ; 
4th, Stephen Charters; 5th, William Bowen. — Councilmen, 
1st ward, Peter Wilkins, Fred. G. Fletcher; 2d, Lockwood 
Hotchkiss, Jr., Melville C. Hitchcock; 3d, Thomas F. Wil- 
liams, James A. Cahill; 4th, William F. Driscoll, John W. 
Schumacher; 5th, Thomas Clark, Joseph Minor.— Assessors, 
Eli H. Wakelee, Michael Dwyer, Jonah C. Piatt, Charles H. 
Stillson.— Board of Relief, Frank E. Steele, Samuel Scott, 
Howard E. Green, Albert Phelps.— Registrars of Voters, 
Thomas F. Frawley, James A. Wren. — City Sheriffs, John 
W. Curtiss, David O'Donnell, Eugene J. Conaty, Mason E. 
Barnes, William H. Jarvis. 

BRIDGEPORT. (Election first Monday in April.) Mayor, 
Frank E. Clark. — Auditor, Bernard Keating. — Assistant 
Auditor, Simon H. McCullough. — Clerk, Fred C. Mullins.— 
Assistant Clerk, James L. McGovern. —Treasurer, Frederick 
W. Hall. — Collector of Taxes, Frank J. Mooney. — Collector 
of Assessments, John Lyons. — City Attorney, Daniel Dav- 
port. —Aldermen, 1st ward, Charles Hanson; 2d, John S. 
Griffith; 3d, Robert E. Hurley; 4th, William Flynn; 5th, Wil- 
liam M. Thomas; 6th, William S. Schrieber; at large, 1st, 
John Weldon; 2d, Patrick D. Lyons; 3d, Henry O. Lund; 4th. 
Alfred G. Southey; 5th, Thomas H. Farrell; 6th, William P. 
Jessup. — Councilmen, 1st ward, Orland Smith, George D. 
Curtis; 2d, Thomas B. Grippin, Henry Fenn; 3d, Charles 
Schmid, Alexander Morrissey; 4th, Thomas Farrell, Edward 
J. Bingham; 5th, George H. Zink, Jr., Louis Kutscher, Jr.; 
6th, David J. O'Rourke, Walter B. Lashar. 

DANBURY. (Election last Monday in March.) Mayor.— 
G. Mortimer Bundle. — Clerk, Frank G. Bouton. — Treasu- 
rer, Harvey Williams. — Auditor, J. T. Underbill. — Collec- 
tor, William A. Gordon. — Sheriff, W. H. Lynch. — Corp. 
Counsel, L. D. Brewster. — Superintendent Public Works, 
Cyrus Raymond. — Superintendent Water Works, George 
C. Stevens. — Chief Fire Department, Thomas A. Loans- 
bury (civil service).— Board of Relief, the Mayor, Chairman 



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of Board of Aldermen, and Chairman of Board of Council- 
men. — Captain of Police, George R. Bevens (civil service).— 
Aldermen, 1st ward, John H. Fanton; 2d, Elijah M. Beers; 
3d, William H. Jones; 4th, M. P. Keans. — Councilmen, 1st 
ward, H. H. Purdy, C. H. Hoyt; 2d, M. Percy Reynolds, 
George E. Sturdevant; 3d, George W.Taylor, Wiley B. Black- 
man; 4th, Patrick Murray, Timothy J. McCarthy. 

DERBY. (Election first Monday in December, biennially, 
even years.) Mayor, William C. Atwater.— Clerk, Andrew J. 
Ewen— Registrars, Daniel J. Callahan, Charles T. Jacobs.— 
Sheriffs, Peter Daly, John J. Carroll, Miles J. Kenney, Wil- 
liam T. Arnold, George W. Tuttle, Charles H. Hall. —Audi- 
tors, Charles S. Chaffee, Newell J. Bailey. — Superintendent 
of Poor, David W. Boyd.— Street Commissioner, George B. 
Clark.— Police Commissioner, David L. Durand.— Fire Com- 
missioner, John J. Leonard.— Chief of Police, Charles H. 
Arnold.— Aldermen, James McEnerney, George H. Turney, 
George F. Clark, John O'Hara, Edward T. Waters, Edwin 
W. Clark, Frederick J. Baldwin, Leonard Jacobs, Frederick 
W. Bradley. — Board of Education, George L. Beardsley, 
Sidney E. Gesner, Robert L. Gilbert. 

HARTFORD. (Election first Monday in April.) Mayor, 
Leverett Brainard. — Clerk, Henry F. Smith. — Treasurer, 
Charles C. Strong. — Collector, P. Davis Oakey. — Auditor, 
Charles H. Robins. — Marshal, Joseph Dawson. — Regis- 
trars, Edward S. Young, William Cotter, Jr. — Aldermen, 
1st ward, Franklin P. Carter, Horace M. Andrews; 2d, 
Charles D. Keep, Philander C. Royce; 3d, Theophilus B. 
Persse, John H. Brocklesby; 4th, Charles M. Henney, A. 
Kennedy Child; 5th, Frank P. Spellacy, John F. Conniff ; 6th, 
Moritz Wieder, Bernard H. Cosgrove; 7th, William H. Wat- 
rous, Isidore Wise; 8th, William B. Low, Thomas W. Gun- 
shanan. — Councilmen, 1st ward, Henry B. Russell, William 
G. Baxter, Fred. R. Loydon, J. Allen Wiley; 2d, John M. 
Fairfield, Herbert H. White, Arthur Perkins, James H. Jar- 
man; 3d, Peter Taylor, Frank G. Smith, Richard J. Kinsella, 
August Preissner; 4th, Joseph A. Graves, Alva H. Tilling- 
hast, Ralph Burnham, W. H. Scoville; 5th, John J. O'Callag- 
han, T. F. Meagher, William J. Keleher, Felix Lyon; 6th, 
Martin McKeough, Thomas F. Mahon, Isaac R. Blumenthal, 
John J. Shea; 7th, Francis Coles, Samuel C. Doty, Charles E. 
Shelton, James W. Reid; 8th, Edward H. Fahy, George Mil- 
ler, John F. Relihan, Louis H. Lasher. —Recorder City Court. 
Thomas McManus. — Clerk City Court, James J. Quinn. — 
City Attorney, William F. Henney. — Judge of Police Court, 
Albert C. Bill. — Assistant, Arthur Perkins. — Clerk, J. Lin- 
coln Fenn. — Prosecuting Attorney, Frederick G. Eberle. — 
Superintendent of Streets, Charles W. Sprague. — City Sur- 
veyor, Charles H. Bunce. — Clerk of Health Board, Dr. Wil- 



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liam W. Knight. — Sanitary Inspector, Patrick J. Darcy. — 
Building Inspector, George H. Gilbert. — Assistant, James 
M. Dow. — Port Warden, William S. Williams. — Rate Mak- 
er, Robert D. Bone. — Sealer of Weights and Measures, Ed- 
mund D. Roberts. — Inspector of Wood, Edmund D. Roberts. 

MERIDEN. (Election third Tuesday in December.) 
Mayor, Levi E. Coe. — Clerk, Herman Hess. — Treasurer, 
C. S. Perkins. — Auditor, A. F. Hall. — Sheriffs, John A. 
Leeds, F. Charles Weisner. — Chief of Police, Roger M. Ford. 
— Aldermen, 1st ward, A. H. Jones, Arthur S. Lane; 2d, Jul- 
ius Augur, Garry Bloomfield; 3d, W. A. Penfield, S. A. Flagg; 
4th, J. R. Sloan, W. F. Rogers; 5th, David T. Lyon, C. J. 
Heineman. — Councilmen, 1st ward, Walter E. Coe, N. P. 
Forcier, L. C. Hiller, Charles J. Hinsdale; 2d, George H. Yea- 
mans, M. B. Schenck, John S. Lane, Robert H. Carter; 3d, 
S. O. Parker, C. E. Schunack, George E. Bicknell, William 
Taylor; 4th, H. J. Church, A. Stockburger, Jr., L. J. Gaines, 
E. S. Davis; 5th, Joshua Shute, H. S. Hitchcock, B. C. Ken- 
nard, S. J. Roby. — Tax Collector, W. H. Squire. — Street 
Commissioner, Julius Augur. — City Surveyor, E. B. Moss. 
—Sewer Superintendent, H. L. Schleiter. — Superintendent 
of Water-Works, George W. Miller. — Health Officer, E. A. 
Wilson. — Chief Engineer, I. B. Hyatt. — Superintendent 
Fire Alarm Telegraph, John J. Buckley. — Fire Marshal, 
David Bloomfield. — Captain of Police, George Van 
Nostrand. 

MIDDLETOWN. (Election third Monday in January.) 
Mayor, Samuel Russell. — Clerk and Treasurer, James P. 
Stow. — Aldermen, Lyman P. Mills, James Donovan, Robert 
H. Stothart, Arthur B. Ryan.— Councilmen, Charles O. Stone, 
Frederick P. Burr, Ralph A. Blydenburgh, Edward S. Mil- 
ler, Frederick Babcock, Frederick H. Sage, Oliver H. Cone, 
Alonzo B. Robinson, Clarence P. Bonfoey, John Thompson, 
2d, Gilbert F. Peckham, Willis E. Terrill. — Assessor, John 
M. Winterich. — Collector, George W. Lane. 

NEW BRITAIN. (Election second Monday in April.) 
Mayor, George W. Corbin. — City Clerk, John W. Waters. — 
Assistant City Clerk, Howard L. Curtis. — Treasurer, Sam- 
uel W. Clark. — Collector, James Holley. — Auditor, Herman 
Schroedel. — Sheriff, John B. Brink. — City Attorney, H. C. 
Gussman. — Assistant City Attorney, Lyman S. Burr. — 
Street Commissioner, William Towers. — Sealer of Weights 
and Measures, James B. Pierpont. — Inspector of Build- 
ings, Wilbur F. Arnold. — Aldermen, 1st ward, Edward M. 
North; 2d, Arthur Dewolfe; 3d, John Sheehan; 4th, Peter 
Dorsey. — Councilmen, 1st ward, Philip Diehl, Samuel Muir, 
Everett R. Bishop, Louis E. C. Teich; 2d, Myron D. Stock- 
well, James Healy, William T. Hartman, James A. Smith; 
3d, John Dwyer, Frank M. Zimmerman, Joseph Hackney, 



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Henry Tolles; 4th, Patrick McGuire, Michael P. O'Brien, 
Philip Tormay, Luke Reynolds. 

NEW HAVEN. (Election first Tuesday in December.) 
Mayor, Albert G. Hendrick. — Clerk, Richard F. Lyon. — 
Assistant Clerk, Edward A. Street. — Treasurer, Ezekiel G. 
Stoddard. — Auditor, Benjamin E. Brown. — Collector, Fran- 
cis G. Anthony. — Sheriff, Rollin J. Bunce. — Superintendent 
of Police, Treadwell Smith. — Chief of Fire Department, 
Andrew J. Kennedy. — Superintendent of Fire Alarm Tele- 
graph, William C. Smith. — Fire Marshal, William H. Hub- 
bard.— City Engineer, Cassius W. Kelly. — Superintendent 

of Streets, . — Health Officer, Frank W. 

Wright. — Aldermen, 1st ward, Isaac Bromley, Charles D. 
Nicoll; 2d, Russell A. Belden, Henry H. Guernsey; 3d, James 
A. Murray, Charles F. Brennan; 4th, Benjamin L. Lambert, 
Frederick E. Whitaker; 5th, Francis S. Hamilton, Andrew 
Coolohan; 6th, John V. Rattlesdorfer, George W. Bromley; 
7th, John H. Moore, Edward A. Rourke; 8th, James H. 
Parish, William H. Forsyth; 9th, Joseph C. Kelley, Theron 
R. Hull; 10th, James H. MacDonald, Felix Chillingworth; 
11th, Arthur H. Smith, William J. Stuart; 12th, Thomas 
I. Kinney, James F. Toole. — Councilmen, 1st ward, Noah 

A. Fullerton, Edward N. Carrington, Herbert C. Fuller; 
2d, John H. Clarke, John Morse, Benjamin F. Lief eld; 3d, 
Daniel J. Leary, Joseph G. Faulhaber, Nicholas P. Cocoran; 
4th, Elihu M. Thomas, Thomas R. Keegan, Thomas D. 
Simpson; 5th, Charles E. Sperry, Thomas F. Gannon, Jacob 
P. Marx; 6th, Edward M. Martin, Charles F. Betz, Henry 
E. Norris; 7th, Moss Gompertz, Francis P. Ryan, Gerald 
Kinsella; 8th, James D. Dewell, Jr., Louis Klinkerfuss, 
James White; 9th, Charles G. Unger, George E. Beers, 
Charles I. French; 10th, George L. Burton, Charles W. 
Pickett, Ernest I. Isbell; 11th, Thure S. Lilja, Walter E. 
Petrie, Eugene R. Hubbard; 12th, D. Burton Brown, Wil- 
liam H. Marlowe, Barnhard A. Wirkus. 

NEW LONDON. (Election first Monday in October.) 
Mayor, James P. Johnston. — Clerk, George Colfax. — Treas- 
urer, John McGinley. — Sheriffs, James S. Rogers, R. C. 
Morris, Timothy Sugrue. — Corp. Counsel, Frank B. Brande- 
gee. — Prosecuting Attorney, W. B. Coit. — Assessors, Deni- 
son Hempstead, Peleg Williams, Frederick H. Parmelee, 
Hiram B. Harris. — Board of Relief, Seth M. Morgan, Noel 

B. Gardner, George W. Crandall. — Constables, Charles H. 
Rose, Charles G. Harris, Alexander F. Fraser, Tyler B. 
Earl, Martin M. Bailey, Melvin M. Peters. — Aldermen, Chas. 
J. Hewitt, M. J. Roche, Harris Pendleton, James F. Smith, 
William H. Bentley, William A. Holt, C. S. Darrow, J. C. 
Comstock, M. Wilson Dart. — Councilmen, S. W. Caulkins, 
George H. Thomas, William R. Pollock, E. N. Crocker, Wil- 
liam J. Brennan, Wallace R. Johnson, Lucius E. Whiton, 



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William E. Greene, Carl J. Viets, M. H. Beckwitk, Thomas 
W. Gardner, G. Curtis Morgan, A. Lincoln Dean, Anson 
J. Beckwitn, Maurice P. Fitzgerald. 

NORWALK. (Election first Monday of October.) Mayor, 
Arthur C. Wheeler. — Clerk, Edward M. Lockwood. — Treas- 
urer, Henry P. Price. — Collector, Addison A. Betts. — Sheriff, 
Robert N. Morehouse. — Auditor, Henry Chasmar. — Cor- 
poration Counsel, Edward M. Lockwood. — Councilmen, 
Eugene L. Boyer, William H. Smith, Alfred A. Chinery, Jr., 
Charles F. Tristram, Harvey M. Kent, Arthur B. Hill. — 
Registrars, Alfred E. Austin, Bernard C. Feeney. — Inspec- 
tors, Edward M. Lockwood, Bernard Tully. — Water Com- 
missioners, John P. Treadwell, D. Warren Fitch, Frederick 
Mead. — Treasurer of Water Fund, Henry P. Price. 

NORWICH. (Election first Monday in June.) Mayor, 
Calvin L. Harwood. — Clerk, Irving N. Gifford. — Treas- 
urer, Henry W. Tibbits. — Collector, George L. Griswold. — 
Sheriffs, Herbert E. Draper, William Spinney. — Aldermen. 
William H. Palmer, Jr., Herman D. Rallion, Alonzo R. 
Aborn, Thomas A. Perkins. — Councilmen, Charles E. 
Whitaker, Albert B. Maine, Charles D. Noyes, Theodore 
W. Yerrington, Vine S. Stetson, Dwight H. Hough, Zebulon 
R. Robbins. John McWilliams. — Water Commissioners, 
Charles J. Winters, Timothy Kelly, Reuben S. Bartlett, 
Francis J. Harper, Dwight H. Hough. 

PUTNAM. (Election first Monday in December.) Mayor, 
Lebbeus E. Smith. — Treasurer, Charles H. Brown. — Col- 
lector, Simon Farley. — Auditors, Henry J. Thayer, Laimee 
Beamheault. — Registrars, Charles H. Brown, D. F. X. 
MacEvoy. — Assessors, Prescott Bartlett, John.R. Cogswell, 
Michael Moriarty. — Alderman at large, George W. Holt. — 
Aldermen, 1st ward, Charles H. Kelley, Michael M. Goity; 
2d, Edgar M. Wheaton, Ernest L. Davis; 3d, Louis Clontier, 
George Farley; 4th, Augustus I. Morse, James Sullivan. 

ROCKVILLE. (Election first Monday in December.) 
Mayor, Edwin L. Heath. — Clerk, Francis A. Randall. — 
Treasurer, Frank Grant. — Sheriff, Amasa P. Dickinson. — 
Auditors, William J. Austin, Frank Farrenkopf . —Asses- 
sors, August Hemmann, William Maxwell, Charles Tennert. 
— Aldermen, 1st ward, Edwin G. Butler, 2d, Charles E. Har- 
ris; 3d, Silas Putnam; 4th, A. Park Hammond: — Council- 
men, 1st ward, William H. Loomis, Brigham Payne; 2d, 
Halsey L. Allen, William Rogers; 3d, W. Frank Fay, James 
T. Carroll; 4th, Francis T. Maxwell, George Arnold, Jr. 

SOUTH NORWALK. (Election first Monday in October.) 
Mayor, Mortimer M. Lee.— Clerk, Joseph R. Taylor.— Coun- 
cilmen, Andrew J. Hutchinson, Frank N. Ferris, Stephen 
S. Hatch, Oliver E. Weed, Robert Pearson, George S. Ken- 



254 CITY OFFICERS. 

dall. — Attorney, John H. Light — Treasurer, Matthew 
Oorbett. — Treasurer Water Fund, Edwin Wilcox. — Col- 
lector, Robert G. Mitchell. — Marshal, John E. Paul. — Regis- 
trars, Charles W. Stowe, William F. Tammany. 

STAMFORD. (Election first Monday in April.) Mayor, 
Edwin L. Scofield. — Clerk, Frank Weed. —Treasurer, Henry 
V. Riker. — Collector, Hezekiah Weed. — Councilman at 
large, James D. Smith. — Councilmen, 1st ward, Oliver G. 
Fessenden, Edward E. Rowell; 2d, Edward Duffy, Frank 
H. Hoyt; 3d, Henry L. Eckhard, Edgar Johnson; 4th, Wil- 
liam D. Smith, Edward J. Tupper. — Health Officer, Fred- 
erick Schavoir, M.D. — City Sheriff, Henry Smith. —Asses- 
sors, Frederick A. Taff , Joshua B. Hendrie, Thomas Bland.— 
City Engineer, William B. Cochrane. — Corporation Counsel, 
Nichols C. Downs. — Chief of Police, George Bowman.' 

WATERBURY. (Election first Monday in October, bien- 
nially.) Mayor, Edward G. Kilduff . — City Clerk, Richard 
F. Grady. — Treasurer, Patrick F. Bannon. — Comptroller, 
James J. Cassin. — Sheriff, John W. McDonald. — Board of 
Public Works, John Clohessy, Moritz Grelle, Thomas D. Bar- 
low, George S. Chatfield, Patrick W. Halpin.— Board of Pub- 
lic Safety, George A. Driggs, J. Merrick Gallond, Eugene 
J. Sullivan, Ellis Phelan, William C. Moore.— Board of Public 
Health, Henry F. Sanford, Edward L. Frisbie, Dr. Ed- 
ward W. McDonald, Dr. C. W. S. Frost, Lucien Pratte. — 
Board of Finance, Mayor E. G. Kilduff, Comptroller James 
J. Cassin, President of Board of Aldermen, Warren L. Hall, 
Otis S. Northrop, William E. Thomas, Edward J. Finn. — 
City Engineer, Robert A. Cairns. — Chief of Police, George 
M. Eagan. — Chief Engineer of Fire Department, Samuel 
C. Snagg. — Street Inspector, Edward B. Reiley. — City 
Attorney, John P. Kellogg. — Health Officer, Dr. George 
O. Robbins. — Sanitary Inspector, Harry W. Moses. — Col- 
lector, Charles J. Griggs. — Aldermen, Henry F. Sanford, 
Frank I. Ells, James H. Pilling, Warren L. Hall, George 
A. Driggs, J. Merrick Gallond, Daniel D. Gregory, Joseph 
N. Bernier, William H. Wright, John Clohessey, Joseph 
Weis, John J. Scully, John McElligott, Edward Fagan, Jr., 
Eugene J. Sullivan. 

WILLIMANTIC. (Election first Monday in December.) 
Mayor, Herbert R. Chappell. — Clerk and Treasurer, Samuel 
J. Miller. — Sheriff, J. Henry Hills. — Assessors, Amos N. 
Hatheway, Andrew W. Loomis, Albert C. Scripture. — Audi- 
tors, Charles L. Boss, E. Frank Bugbee. — Aldermen, John 
T. Baker, Frank Larrabee, James Haggerty, Walter D. Brig- 
ham. — Councilman at large, Richard L. Wiggins. — Council- 
men, Arthur C. Andrew, Herbert F. Hoxie, Charles Fenton, 
William Vanderman, Charles H. Webster, Robert Fenton, 
Benjamin Jones, Marshall Tilden. 






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BOROUGH OFFICERS. 



BETHEL. (Election April 1st.) Warden, George H. Hick- 
ok. — Burgesses, Frank A. Judd, John M. Signor, Gran- 
ville A. Durant, Samuel G. Morrison. — Clerk, Howard S. 
Gilbert. — Treasurer, Howard H. Woodman. —Bailiff, Frank 
L. Benedict. — Assessors, Frederick E. Benedict, Ammon 
Greene, Aaron A. Dimond. 

BRANFORD. (Election first Monday in May.) Warden, 
Charles H. Wilford. — Burgesses, Frank E. Beach, Marcus 
O. Babcock, L. J. Nichols, W. R. Foote, John J. Doyle, Paul 
D. Beach. — Secretary and Treasurer, Walter Foote. 

BRISTOL. (Election in May.) Warden, Miles Lewis 
Peck. — Burgesses, William E. Sessions, Ira B. Smith, Ed- 
ward O. Penfield, William Linstead, Patrick H. Condon, 
Charles S. Yeomans. — Clerk, Burdett T. Lyons. — Treas- 
urer, Charles S. Treadway. — Assessors, G. Perry Bennett, 
Lester Goodnough, Patrick J. Heffernan. — Collector, Seth 
H. Barnes. — Sheriff, Albert L. Morse. — Auditors, Fred- 
erick Davey, Julian R. Holley. 

COLCHESTER. (Election in April.) Warden, Leander 
Chapman. — Burgesses, W. P. Burpee, H. I. Stebbins, Wil- 
liam Daudey, Daniel Williams, Lucius C. Brown. — Clerk 
and Treasurer, Charles H. Dawley. — Collector, H. S. Smith. 
— Chief Engineer, T. A. Doane. — Foreman Fire Company, 
H. I. Stebbins. 

DANIELSON. (Election second Monday in April.) 
Warden, William H. Hamilton. — Clerk and Treasurer, K. A. 
Darbie. — Burgesses, W. H. Williams, H. C. Warren, E. H. 
Keach, H. E. Church, A. S. Young, Thomas Bradford. — 
Bailiff and Collector, E. S. Carpenter. — Assessors, George 
Lloyd, W. H. Chapman, W. H. Chollar. — Board of Relief, 
B. L. Bailey, A. D. Putnam, H. F. Clark. 

FAIR HAVEN EAST. (Election second Monday in May.) 
Warden, F. W. J. Sizer. — Burgesses, Willis H. Farren, Joel 
M. Bradley, R. G. Davis, Henry M. Shannon, George M. 
Baldwin, Giles W. Clark. — Clerk, Charles E. Bray. — Treas* 
urer, Orton A. Rose. — Assessors, C. W. Hemingway, A. L. 
Chamberlain, Martin Allen. — Collector, Charles A. Bray. — 
Bailiff, Charles N. Mack. 



256 BOROUGH OFFICERS. 

GREENWICH. (Election first Monday in April.) War- 
den, Leander P.Jones. — Burgesses, George Rowland, Charles 
Atwood, George E. Scofield, Thomas Ritch, James F. Walsh, 
Morris C. Van Arsdale. — Clerk, Sheldon E. Minor. — Treas- 
urer, Sheldon E. Minor. — Assessors, Amos M. Brush, James 
Haggerty, William S. Boswell. — Attorney, George G. Mc- 
Nall. — Bailiff, Thomas J. Eagan. 

GUILFORD. (Election first Monday in March.) Warden, 
George W. Dudley. — Burgesses, G. B. Spencer, E. S. Spen- 
cer, George W. Seward, Edward Elliott, C. F. Bishop, Hart 
Landon. — Clerk, F. C. Spencer. — Treasurer, G. S. Davis. — 
Bailiff, E. S. Jilson. — Assessors, George B. Norton, Edward 

E. Griswold. — Collector, Milo E. Cook. 

JEWETT CITY. (Election fourth Monday in January.) 
Warden, A. A. Young, Jr. — Burgesses, George A. Haskell, 
Clark W. Reynolds, Thomas G. Haney, Adelbert R. Young.— 
Clerk, Alfred H. Burnham. — Treasurer, William H. Tift— 
Assessors, Maxcy Seymour, George A. Haskell. — Bailiff, 
Dennis Barnett. — Collector, Samuel F. Palmer.— Auditors, 
Jean B. Leclaire, John A. Owen. 

LITCHFIELD. (Election first Monday in April.) War- 
den, Eugene L. Phelps. — Burgesses, George B. Sanf ord, 
John L. Buel, Aaron Crutch, Henry W. Wessells, William 
T. Marsh, James P. Woodruff. — Clerk, Philip P. Hubbard.— 
Treasurer, W. Jerome Bissell. — Assessors, Charles J. Dem- 
ing, Addison K. Taylor, Charles Merriman.— Bailiff, Thomas 
J. MacDonald. — Auditor, Eugene W. Meaf oy. 

NEW CANAAN. (Election first Monday in May.) War- 
den, George E. Seeley, Jr. — Burgesses, Henry B. Rogers, 
George E. Raymond, Will W. Kirk, Francis E. Weed, PhiloA. 
Thatcher, Lucius M. Monroe, Jr. — Clerk, William A. Small- 
horn. — Treasurer, Frank L. Comstock. — Sheriff, W. Samuel 
Raymond. — Collector, C. H. Rover. — Assessors, Andrew 

F. Jones, C. Elbert Brinckerhoff , Alva L. Dickens. — Audi- 
tors, Benjamin F. Hoyt, Edward Rutledge. 

NEWTOWN. (Election first Monday in May.) Last an- 
nual meeting held in 1885. Officers hold till successors are 
appointed.) Warden, Marcus C. Hawley. — Burgesses, Levi 
B. Booth, Sr., Charles F. Beardsley, M. J. Cavanaugh, Elmer 
W. Fail-child, Michael J. Houlihan. — Clerk, Charles F. 
Beardsley. 

SHELTON. (Election first Monday in March.) Warden, 
John H. Barlow. — Burgesses, D. A. Richardson, F. W. 
Simmons, Charles Conrad, L. T. Linclsley. — Treasurer, D. 
S. Brinsmade. — Bailiff, G. Tomlinson. — Clerk, E. J. Keeler. 

SOUTHINGTON. (Election first Monday in May.) War- 
den, Hial S. Grannis. — Burgesses, Stephen D. Neal, John 
Hemingway, Randolph W. Cowles, Charles W. Hall, J. Frank 



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Pratt, William A. Finch. — Clerk, Edwin G. Lewis. — Treas- 
urer, Louis K. Curtis. — Collector, William H. Barnes. — 
Sheriff, Charles W. Dutton. — Assessors, William S. Ward, 
John J. Barnes, Wheaton S. Plumb. — Auditors, Edwin P. 
Hotchkiss, William H. Cuminings. 

STAFFORD SPRINGS. (Election second Monday in 
December.) Warden, Ebenezer C. Dennis. — Burgesses, 
Christopher Allen, Andrew Whiton, John M. Leach. James 
M. Lord, William E. Hanley, Anthony Adams. — Clerk and 
Treasurer, William H. Heald. — Collector, Augustus Spell- 
man. — Bailiff, Louis Helm. — Assessors, James M. Lord, 
John Brosman, John Brown. — Board of Relief, Ebenezer 
C. Dennis, William E. Hanley, Harry S. Abel. 

STONINGTON. (Election last Monday in July.) War- 
den, James Pendleton.— Burgesses, George A. Slade, Charles 

0. Maine, C. B. Crandall, Erastus D. Smith, Eugene P. Hyde, 
William F. Broughton. — Clerk and Treasurer, Charles B. 
States. 

TORRINGTON. (Election first Monday in May.) War- 
den, James Alldis. — Burgesses, George D. Workman, Wil- 
liam H. Dayton, Orsamus R. Fyler, Charles F. Brooker, 
Gideon H. Welch, Richard Carroll. — Clerk, Willard A. 
Roraback. — Treasurer, Isaac W. Brooks. —Borough Sheriff, 
James A. Carpenter. — Collector, Dexter W. Clark. — As- 
sessors, Henry I. Jackson, Clarke Prince, John Kearney. — 
Auditors, Frederick F. Fuessenich, James W. Hague. 

WALLINGFORD. (Election third Saturday in Novem- 
ber.) Warden, Dennis E. Morris. — Burgesses, William 
Luby, Jr., George W. Backes, William Hassett, F. W. 
Phelps, Jared T. Kimberly, Patrick H. Darrigan. — Clerk, 
Fraray Hale. — Treasurer, Lorenzo R. Cook. — Collector, 
Sidney J. Hall. — Assessor, Roswell D. Perkins. — Bailiff, 
J. W. Mooney. 

WEST HAVEN. (Election first Monday in December.) 
Warden, Dennis A. Kimberly. — Burgesses, Charles T. Sher- 
man, David M. Monahan, Frank Sohn, William W. Lines, 
James H. Reynolds, John Mackville. — Clerk, Adrian C. 
Heitmann. — Treasurer, John F. Barnett. 

WINSTED. (Election first Monday in May.) Warden, 
Charles M. Chase. — Burgesses, G. C. Foster, F. M. Cooke, 
E. F. Sweeney, E. B. Gaylord, S. V. Beckwith, J. E. Dean.— 
Clerk and Treasurer, H. W. Robinson.— Bailiff, S.C.Wheeler, 
— Street Commissioner, James Burke. — Water Commission- 
ers, G. L. Andrews, M. Ryan, T. C. Richards. — Constables. 

1. B. Kinney, J. E. Dardis, J. N. Lyman, William Austin, 
R. H. Granger, J. M. Ford, C. C. Middlebrook, Thomas Mc- 
Ardle, W. H. Holman, J. L. Eaton. 

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MILITARY. 



Governor's Guards. 

Commander-in-Chief, His Excellency, Governor O. Vincent 
Coffin. 

First Company Governor's Foot Guards, Hartford (char- 
tered 1771). — Major, E. Henry Hyde, Jr.; Capt. and 1st Lieut., 
Henry Bryant; 2d Lieut., Albert C. Bill; 3d Lieut., Robert R. 
Pease; 4th Lieut., Fred R. Bill; Ensign, George Hays. 

Second Company Governor's Foot Guards. New Haven 
(chartered 1775). — Major, Benjamin E. Brown; 1st Lieut., Albert 
M. Johnson; 2d Lieut., Emil A. Gessner; 3d Lieut., Leonard Bost- 
wick; 4th Lieut., Edward J. Morse; Ensign, Russell Thompson. 

First Company Governor's Horse Guards, Hartford (char- 
tered 1788). — Major, Francis M. Warren; Capt. and 1st Lieut., 
William W. Whitehead; 2d Lieut., Gilbert P. Hurd; Cornet, 
Charles B. Rhodes; Quartermaster, William F. Booth. 

Second Company Governor's Horse Guards, New Haven 
(chartered 1808). — Major, Dennis A. Blakeslee; Capt., Luzerne 
Ludington; 1st Lieut., Arthur N. Farnham; 2d Lieut., George 
W. Adams; 3d Lieut., William H. Forsyth; 4th Lieut., James B. 
Gebbie; Cornet, F. L. Newton; Quartermaster, Henry A. Stevens. 



Militia. 

Captain-General and Commander-in-Chief, His Excellency 
Governor O. Vincent Coffin. 

STAFF. 

Adjutant-General, Brig. -Gen. Chas. P. Graham, Middletown. 

Quartermaster-General, Brig. -Gen. William E. Disbrow, 
Bridgeport. 

Surgeon-General, Brig. -Gen. Geo. Austin Bowen, Woodstock. 

Commissary-General, Brig. -Gen. Henry S. Peck, New Haven. 

Paymaster-General, Brig.-Gen. James H. Jarman, Hartford. 

Judge Advocate-General, Brig.-Gen. Leonard M. Daggett, 
New Haven. 

Aids-de-Camp, Colonels Herbert L. Camp, Middletown; Fred- 
erick C. Johnson, Ansonia; Watson J. Miller, Shelton; Henry W. 
Wessels. Litchfield. 



MILITARY. 259 

Assistant Adjutant-General, Colonel Win. E. F. Landers, 
New London. 

Assistant Quartermaster-General, Colonel Louis R. Che- 
ney, Hartford. 

Inspector of Military Forces, Capt. John Milton Thomp- 
son, U. S. A., New Haven. 

Connecticut National Guard. 

Brigadier-General and Staff. 

Brigadier-General, George Haven, New London. 

Assistant Adjutant-General, Lieut. -Colonel James B. Hous- 
ton, Thompsonville. 

Brigade Inspector, Major Francis G. Beach, New Haven. 

Brigade Quartermaster, Major William F. Bid well, Kill- 
ingly. 

Brigade-Commissary, Major Walter Fitzmaurice, New London. 

Brigade Inspector of Small Arms Practice and Ord- 
nance Officer, Major George E. Albee, New Haven. 

Judge- Advocate, Major S. Ashbel Crandall, Norwich. 

Medical Director, Lieut. -Colonel Leonard B. Almy, Nor- 
wich. 

Brigade Signal Officer, Major Howard A. Giddings, Hart- 
ford. 

Aids-de-Camp, Capt. - Charles P. Carter, Glastonbury; Capt. 
Thomas C. Waterous, Hartford. 

FIRST REGIMENT (Infantry). 

Colonel, Charles L. Burdett, Hartford; Lieut-Col., Alfred 
L. Thompson, New Britain; Major 1st Batt'n, John Hickey, 
South Manchester; Major 2d Batt'n, Edward Schultz, Hart- 
ford; Adjutant, Capt. Henry S. Redfield, Hartford; Adju- 
tant 1st Battalion, 1st Lieut. Patrick J. Cosgrove, Hartford; 
Adjutant 2d Battalion, 1st Lieut. Frank E. Johnson, Hart- 
ford; Quartermaster, 1st Lieut. Fred. D. Rathbun, Hartford; 
Paymaster, 1st Lieut. Jonathan M. Wainwright, Hartford; 
Surgeon, Major Thos. F. Rockwell, Rockville; Asst. Sur- 
geon, 1st Lieut. H. Walter Murlless, Hartford; Inspector 
of Small- Arms Practice, Capt. Charles W. Burpee, Hartford; 
Chaplain, Henry H. Kelsey, Hartford. 

Company Commissioned Officers. 

A. Hartford. Capt., James C. Bailey; 1st Lieut., Edwin 
E. Lamb; 2d Lieut, Charles F. Wolf. 



260 MILITARY. 

B. Hartford. Capt., Thomas F. Flanigan; 1st Lieut, 
Joim F. Moran; 2d Lieut., Thomas P. Hastings. 

C. Rockville. Oapt., Martin Laubscher; 1st Lieut., J. 
Paul Haun; 2d Lieut., Frederick W. Chapman. 

D. New Britain. Capt., Sidney M. Leonard; 1st Lieut., 
William H. Barnes; 2d Lieut., Fred W. Dimock. 

E. New Britain. Capt., Joseph R. Andrews; 1st Lieut., 
William W. Bullen, Plain ville; 2d Lieut., Will E. Pardee. 

F. Hartford. Capt., George B.Newton; 1st Lieut., Charles 
W. Newton; 2d Lieut., George W. Ripley. 

G. South Manchester. Capt., Charles L. Bissell; 1st 
Lieut., John P. Cheney; 2d Lieut., Harry W. Keeney. 

H. Hartford. Capt., William Blevins; 1st Lieut., Wil- 
liam E. Mahoney; 2d Lieut., William A. Sparks. 

I. New Britain. Capt., Charles H. Moore; 1st Lieut., 
Rollin C. Wooster; 2d Lieut., William J. Rawlings. 

K. Hartford. Capt, Henry H. Saunders; 1st Lieut, Ed- 
ward H. Waterman; 2d Lieut., Edgar L. Smith. 

SECOND REGIMENT (Infantry). 

Colonel, Lucien F. Burpee, Waterbury; Lieut-Col., Timothy 
F. Callahan. New Haven; Major 1st Batt'n, Arthur M. Dick- 
inson, Waterbury; Major 2d Batt'n, Theodore M. Sucher, 
New Haven; Adjutant, Capt. Thomas T. Welles, New 
Haven; Adjutant 1st Battalion, 1st Lieut Fred L. Miner, 
New Haven; Adjutant 2d Battalion, 1st Lieut R. V. Beach, 
New Haven; Quartermaster, 1st Lieut Bernard J. Dillon, 
New Haven; Paymaster, 1st Lieut Charles E.Turner, Water- 
bury; Surgeon, Major Thomas L. Axtelle, Waterbury; Asst 
Surgeon, 1st Lieut James H.Townsend, New Haven; Inspec- 
tor of Small-Arms Practice, Capt. George G. LaBarnes, 
Wallingford; Chaplain, Asher Anderson, Meriden. 

Company Commissioned Officers. 

A. Waterbury. Capt. James Geddes; 1st Lieut., Henry 
B. Carter; 2d Lieut, William H. Sandland. 

B. New Haven. Capt., Albert F. Laudensack; 1st Lieut., 
Henry A. Kapitzke; 2d Lieut, August H. Molen. 

C. New Haven. Capt., James J. Kennedy; 1st Lieut., 
James F. Plunkett; 2d Lieut, Daniel F. Flynn. 

D. New Haven. Capt., Andrew H. Embler; 1st Lieut., 
Arthur B. Smith; 2d Lieut., Harry C. Young. 

E. New Haven. Capt, T. Dunham Bailey; 1st Lieut, 
George S. Wood; 2d Lieut, Patrick F. Reynolds. 

F. New Haven. Capt., Charles F. McCabe; 1st Lieut., 
Clarence B. Dann; 2d Lieut., Charles Smith. 

G. Waterbury. Capt, Alfred J. Wolff; 1st Lieut., Daniel 
E. Fitzpatrick; 2d Lieut., Patrick Halpin. 



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H. Middletown. Capt., Wesley U. Pearne; 1st Lieut., 
Walter R. Markham; 2d Lieut., John A. Broatch. 

I. Meriden. Capt., Charles B. Bowen; 1st Lieut., Oscar 
L. Bradley; 2d Lieut., Delbert R. Jones. 

K. Wallingford. Capt, Daniel L. Barber; 1st Lieut, 
Robert E. Hall; 2d Lieut., Henry Norton, Jr. 

THIRD REGIMENT (Infantry). 

Colonel, Augustus C. Tyler, New London; Lieut-Col., 
Geo. M. Cole, New London; Major 1st Batt'n, Fred A. Fox, 
Norwich; Major 2d Batt'n, Henry J. Thayer, Putnam; Adju- 
tant, Capt. Thomas O. Thompson, New London; Adjutant 
1st Battalion, 1st Lieut. David Conner, New London; Adju- 
tant 2d Battalion, 1st Lieut. David Flagg, Putnam; Quarter- 
master, 1st Lieut. Percy H. Morgan, Poquonock Bridge; Pay- 
master, 1st Lieut. Lucius H. Fuller, Putnam; Surgeon, Major 
Julian LaPierre, Norwich; Asst. Surgeon, 1st Lieut. Hiram B. 
Thomson, New London; Inspector of Small- Arms Practice, 
Capt. Benjamin Stark, Jr., New London; Chaplain, Nicholas 
T. Allen, Groton. 

Company Commissioned Officers. 

A. New London. Capt, Henry S. Dorsey; 1st Lieut, 
Edward T. Drea; 2d Lieut, Edward H. Corcoran. 

B. Pawcatuck. Capt., Daniel Keleher; 1st Lieut., Cor- 
nelius Bransfield; 2d Lieut, John F. Murphy. 

C. Norwich. Capt., ; 1st Lieut., John 

A. Hagberg; 2d Lieut., Charles A. Hagberg. 

D. New London. Capt., William E. Pendleton; 1st Lieut, 
Frank W. Rogers, Jr.; 2d Lieut., William H. Ryley. 

E. Willimantic. Capt, Charles Grady; 1st Lieut, Edward 
F. Flynn; 2d Lieut, James Cochrane. 

F. Killingly. Capt., William H. Hamilton; 1st Lieut., 
Frank T. Preston; 2d Lieut., Clarence E. Young. 

G. Putnam. Capt, Clinton A. Winslow; 1st Lieut., Ar- 
thur D. Mclntyre; 2d Lieut, Charles E. Richardson. 

I. New London. Capt, Eugene T. Kirkland; 1st Lieut, 
Albert P. Ware; 2d Lieut., Carey Congdon. 

FOURTH REGIMENT (Infantry). 

Colonel, Russell Frost, South Norwalk; Lieut-Col., James 
C. Crowe, South Norwalk; Major 1st Battalion, James Sheri- 
dan, Bridgeport; Major 2d Battalion, Charles W. Hendrie, 
Stamford; Adjutant, Capt James K. Crofut, Norwalk; Ad- 
jutant 1st Battalion, 1st Lieut. Fred J. Breckbill, Bridge- 
port; Adjutant 2d Battalion, 1st Lieut. Alexander Weed, Jr., 
Stamford; Quartermaster, 1st Lieut. Everett Noyes, Stam- 



262 MILITARY. 

ford; Paymaster, 1st Lieut. Edmund E. Crowe, So. Norwalk; 
Surgeon, Major Wilbur S. Watson, Danbury; Asst. Surgeon 
1st Lieut. George B. Cowell, Bridgeport; Inspector of Small- 
Arms Practice, Captain William H. Holly, Stamford; Chap- 
lain, Thomas K. Noble, Norwalk. 

Company Commissioned Officers. 

B. Bridgeport. Capt., Merritt F. White; 1st Lieut, George 
D. Shelton; 2d Lieut., William Houlihan. 

C. Stamford. Capt., Gilbert L. Fitch; 1st Lieut., Philip 
W. Prior; 2d Lieut., Grant Archibald. 

D. Norwalk. Capt., Robert J. Doyle; 1st Lieut., John 
W. Pennington; 2d Lieut., Henry H. Betts. 

E. Bridgeport. Capt., John J. Glennon; 1st Lieut., James 
J. Hurley; 2d Lieut., Edward J. Joy. 

F. Norwalk. Capt., Reuben M. Rose; 1st Lieut., Albert 
J. Wilcoxson; 2d Lieut., William E. James. 

G. Danbury. Capt, Clarence W. Judson; 1st Lieut., 
Charles C. Humphries; 2d Lieut., Vincent M. King. 

I. Winsted. Capt., Henry S. Terrell; 1st Lieut., William 
H. Ackley; 2d Lieut., George M. Crossman. 

K. Bridgeport. Capt., Frederick H. Masterson; 1st Lieut., 
George W. Dennett; 2d Lieut., Arthur C. Bennett 

SEPARATE COMPANIES. 

First Separate Company. 

New Haven. 

Capt., Daniel S. Lathrop, Derby; 1st Lieut, Daniel Tilgh- 
man, New Haven; 2d Lieut., Lewis P. Wood, New Haven. 

Second Separate Company. 

Hartford. 

Capt., L. Eugene Seymour, Hartford; 1st Lieut., William 
H. Wood, Hartford; 2d Lieut., Arthur B. Mitchell, Hartford. 

LIGHT ARTILLERY. 
Battery A. 

Captain, Barlow S. Honce, Branford. 

First Platoon, Guilford. 1st Lieut, George T. Fowler, 
North Branford; 2d Lieut., J. Arthur Honce, Guilford. 

Second Platoon. Branford. 1st Lieut, William J. O'Brien; 
2d LieUt., John F. Kinney. 



MILITARY. 263 

BRIGADE SIGNAL CORPS. 

First Section — First Lieut., Arthur B. Jenkins, Hartford. 

Second Section — First Lieut., James E. Wheeler, New 
Haven. 

Third Section — First Lieut., William F. M. Rogers, New 
London. 

Fourth Section — First Lieut., Frank L. Cogill, Bridgeport. 

MACHINE-GUN BATTERY. 

Captain, Henry Avery, Hartford. 

First Section — First Lieut., John D. Bonner, Hartford. 
Second Section — First Lieut, William H. Sears, New 
Haven. 
Third Section — First Lieut, Joseph S. Boss, New London. 
Fourth Section — First Lieut, George P. Rand, Bridgeport. 

NAVAL MILITIA. 

First Division. 

Lieutenant, Edward V. Reynolds, New Haven. 
Lieut. (Junior Grade), Edward G. Buckland, New Haven. 
Lieut. (Junior Grade), Daniel M. Goodridge, New Haven. 
Ensign, Frank S. Cornwell, New Haven. 
Ensign, George F. Eaton, New Haven. 



264 STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



STATE NORMAL-TRAINING SCHOOL, NEW BRITAIN. 

Principal, Marcus White; Teachers, Ralph G. Hibbard, 
M. Gertrude Fenn, Jane Darlington, Elizabeth L. Allyn, 
Emily J. Parker, Helen J. Bunce, Gertrude L. Rhoades, Mary 
G. Peabody, Helena D. Cowles, Jessie E. Guernsey, Lieut.- 
Col. Alfred E. Thompson, Bertha M. McConkey, Carrie H. 
Coniey, Georgiana Minor, Minnie L. Clark, Mary E. Greene, 
M. Lizzie Scudder, Margaret S. Hubbell, Mary A. Spear, 
Emily B. Scarborough, Caroline T. Bobbins, Frederick A. 
Verplanck, Evangeline St. C. Champlin, Clara M. Washburn, 
Annie L. Parker, Annie E. McNulty, Anna M. Clark, Maud L. 
Gridley, Fanniebelle Curtis, Lina D. Wilcox, Marie Curtis, 
Mary E. Goodrich, Jessie Simonson, Estelle M. Hart, Florence 
M. Prince, Claribel Young, Edith M. Gridley. 



STATE NORMAL-TRAINING SCHOOL, WILLIM ANTIC. 

Principal, George P. Phenix; Teachers, Jennie E. Chapin, 
Grace L. Bell, Emeline A. Dunn, May A. Avery, Edith S. 
Norton, Anna A. Bubser, Casper Isham, Mary G. Hender- 
son, Delia E. St. John, Mabel I. Jenkins, Blanche M. Board- 
man, Caroline E. Meacham, Martha B. Chapin, Caroline 
Hendrickson, Harriette Wilson, E. Theresa Gaffney, Martha 
A. Jencks, Sarah J. Walter, May E. Davison. 



STATE NORMAL-TRAINING SCHOOL, NEW HAVEN. 

Principal, Arthur B. Morrill; Teachers, Ella M. Broderick, 
Ellen A. Kenny, Anna S. Hart, Helen L. Putnam, Jennie 
F. Nash, Luthera A. Mansfield, Fannie M. Lynch, Ellen E. 
Carr, Lillian E. Bradley, M. Louise Turner, Emily Coxeter, 
Annabelle Baldwin, Herbert N. Loomis, Martha A. Quinlan, 
Margaretta T. Simpson, S. Lillian Brooks, Georgina Nor- 
man, Annie M. Maltby, Harriet E. Judson, Mary A. Maltby, 
Lottie J. Thompson, Helen M. Thomas, Nora A. Sweeney, 
Edith W. Todd, Katherine R. Simmons, Helen A. Austin, 
Charlotte H. Oviatt, Edna C. Lines, Lottie M. Hall, Anna 
Wilson, Catharine Condell, Anna Judson, Edward P. Birge. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 265 

STORES AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND EXPERI- 
MENT STATION, MANSFIELD. 
(P. O. Storrs.) 

Board of Trustees, President, the Governor (ex officio); 
Vice-President, William E. Simonds,* Canton, July 1, 1897; 
Secretary, T. S. Gold,* West Cornwall, July 1, 1897; Treas- 
urer, Henry C. Miles,* Milford, July 1, 1899; E. S. Henry,* 
Rockville, July 1, 1899; J. M. Hubbard,* Middletown, July 1, 
1897; Dr. Andrew Hyde,* Norwich, July 1, 1899; F. E. Blake- 
man, Oronoque (appointed annually by the board of Agricul- 
ture); Professor S. W. Johnson, New Haven (ex officio), Direc- 
tor of the Connecticut Experiment Station. Officers. — 
President, B. F. Koons; A. B. Peebles, Professor of Chemis- 
try and Physics; C. S. Phelps, Professor of Agriculture; Geo. 
A. Waterman, Professor of Vetrinary Science; A. G. Gulley, 
Professor of Horticulture; Miss Margaret Kenwill, Lady 
Principal; Rev. E. J. Lewis, Professor of English, Miss 
Harriet L. Smith, Professor of Domestic Science; Henry 
S. Patterson, Instructor in Wood and Iron Shop; Miss 
Lucretia J. Barber, Instructor in English; L. P. Chamber- 
lain, Farm Superintendent; Miss Anita Loomis, Steno- 
grapher. Officers of the Storrs Agricultural Experiment 
Station. — W. O. Atwater, Director, Middletown; C. D. 
Woods, Vice-Director and Chemist, Middletown; C. S. 
Phelps, Agriculturist, Storrs; Clarence B. Lane, Assistant 
Agriculturist, Storrs; O. F. Tower, Assistant Chemist, Mid- 
dletown; T. S. Gold, J. M. Hubbard, Prof. B. F. Koons, 
Executive Committee. 



FITCH'S HOME FOR THE SOLDIERS, AND SOLDIERS' 
HOSPITAL, NOROTON HEIGHTS, CONN. 

Managers: The Soldiers' Hospital Board of the State of 
Connecticut.— Officers of Home and Hospital: Capt. James 
N. Coe, Supt; L. G. Logan, Asst. Supt.; Franklin Dart, Adjt. 
and Q.-M.; W. G. Brownson, A.M., M.D., Resident Physician 
and Surgeon; Henry L. D wight, M.D., Asst. Surgeon. 



CONNECTICUT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE, 
MIDDLETOWN. 

Trustees, the Governor (ex officio); Hart D. Munson, New 
Haven, July 1, 1899; James G. Gregory, M.D., Norwalk, 
July 1, 1899; William Bissell, M.D., Salisbury, July 1, 1899; 
Henry Woodward, Middletown, July 1, 1899; Horace F. 



* Appointed by the Senate. 



266 STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

Boardman, Middletown, July 1, 1899; Samuel Russell, Mid- 
dletown, July 1, 1899; Elijah K. Hubbard, Middletown, July 
1, 1897; Frank B. Weeks, Middletown, July 1, 1897; Cos- 
tello Lippitt, Norwich, July 1, 1897; William D. Morgan, 
M.D., Hartford, July 1, 1897; George H. Nichols, Thomp- 
son, July 1, 1897; Wilbur B. Foster, Vernon, July 1, 1897; 
Treasurer, M. B. Cope land; Superintendent and Physician, 
James Olmstead, M.D.; Asst. Physicians, Drs. William E. 
Fisher, C. N. Stanley, James M. Keniston, Henry S. Noble, 
A. B. Coleburn, J. W. Duke, Jessie M. Weston; Clerk, 
Thomas M. Durfee; Matron, Mrs. Margaret Dutton; 
Farmer, P. W. Sanderson. 



CONNECTICUT STATE PRISON, WETHERSFIELD. 

Directors: James W. Cheney, Presideot, South Man- 
chester, July 1, 1899; Thomas Dudley Wells, Secretary, 
Waterbury, July 1, 1899; Frank C. Sumner, Hartford, July 
1, 1897; Marvin H. Sanford, Simsbury, July 1, 1897; Charles 
F. Bollmann, New Haven, July 1, 1897; Wilson C. Reynolds, 
East Haddam; Edmund E. Crowe, South Norwalk (until 
General Assembly elects). Prison Officials: Jabez L. Wood- 
bridge, Warden; H. Kirk Woodbridge, Clerk; Dighton Moses, 
Chaplain; Edward G. Fox, Physician; George E. Baisden, 
Deputy Warden; Mrs. Ella H. Whitmore, Matron. 



CONNECTICUT SCHOOL FOR BOYS, MERIDEN. 

Industrial School Visitors: W. S. Beecher, New Haven, 
1899; George P. Crane, Woodbury, 1899; Joseph Hutchins, 
Columbia, 1899; George O. Balch, Ashford, 1899; John L. 
Houston, Thompson ville, July 1, 1897; John McCarthy, Dan- 
bury, July 1, 1897. Resident Trustees, John C. Byxbee, Meri- 
den, July 1, 1897; Nathaniel L. Bradley, July 1, 1899; Fred- 
erick DePeyster of Portland, and Jabez S. Lathrop of Nor- 
wich, July 1, 1899; C. H. S. Davis, July 1, 1897; Seth J. Hall, 
July 1, 1897; Superintendent, Samuel Thatcher; Matron, Mrs. 
Samuel Thatcher. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 267 

CONNECTICUT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,* 
MIDDLETOWN. 

President, Henry D. Smith, Plantsville; Secretary and 
Treasurer, Clarence E. Bacon, Middletown; Supt., W. G. 
Fairbank, Middletown; Asst. Supt., Mrs. W. G. Fairbank, 
Middletown. Directors, the Governor, Lieut.-Govemor, and 
Secretary {ex officio) ; John M. Van Vleck, Middletown, 1895 ; 
Clarence E. Bacon, Middletown, 1895; Lorrin A. Cooke, Bark- 
hamsted, 1895; Stephen O. Bowen, Eastford, 1895; Samuel 
Russell, Middletown, 1896; Morris W. Seymour, Bridgeport, 
1896; Rodney Dennis, Hartford, 1896; Loren A. Gallup, 1896; 
H. D. Smith, Plantsville, 1897; Edward Payne, Middletown, 
1897; William H. Burrows, 1897. 



*This institution, founded by private enterprise, is mainly supported by 
the state, for the education and maintenance of its wards. 
No return received from this institution for 1896. 



268 MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 



MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND 
SOCIETIES. 



YALE UNIVERSITY, NEW HAVEN. 

CORPORATION. 

President, Rev. Timothy Dwight, D.D., LL.D. Fellows, His 
Excellency O. Vincent Coffin, Middletown; His Honor Lorrin A. 
Cooke, Barkhamsted; Rev. Burdett Hart, D.D., New Haven; 
Rev. George Bushnell, D.D., New Haven; Rev. Joseph W. 
Backus, D.D., Farmington; Hon. Frederick J. Kingsbury, LL.D., 
Waterbury; Rev. Theodore T. Hunger, D.D., New Haven; Rev. 
Joseph Anderson, D.D., Waterbury; Rev. George Leon Walker, 
D.D., Hartford; Hon. Henry E. Howland, M.A., New York city; 
Rev. Charles Ray Palmer, D.D., New Haven; Hon. Chauncey M. 
Depew, LL.D., New York city; Rev. Edwin P. Parker, D.D., 
Hartford; Rev. Joseph H. Twichell, M.A., Hartford; Edward G. 
Mason, LL.D., Chicago, 111.; Buchanan Winthrop, M.A., New 
York city; Rev. James W. Cooper, D.D., New Britain; Thomas 
G. Bennett, Ph.B., New Haven. Secretary, Franklin B. Dexter, 
M.A. Treasurer, William W. Farnam, M.A. Auditor, Wilbur 
F. Day. 

FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, D.D., LL.D., President; Rev. George 
E. Day, D.D., Rev. Samuel Harris, D.D., LL.D., Rev. James M. 
Hoppin, D.D., Hon. Edward J. Phelps, LL.D., Moses C. White, 
M.D., Hon. Francis Wayland, LL.D., Rev. George P. Fisher, 
D.D., LL.D., Gustave J. Stoeckel, Mus.D., Charles A. Lindsley, 
M.D., Hubert A. Newton, LL.D., George J. Brush. LL.D., Sam- 
uel W. Johnson, M.A., William H. Brewer, Ph.D., Hon. William 
C. Robinson, LL.D., John E. Clark, M.A., Arthur M. Wheeler, 
M.A., Robert Brown, M.A., Rev. Lewis O. Brastow, D.D., Addi- 
son Van Name, M.A., J. Willard Gibbs, Ph.D., LL.D., John F. 
Weir, N. A., M. A., Charles B. Richards, M. A., Arthur W. Wright, 
Ph.D., Thomas R. Lounsbury, LL.D., Othniel C. Marsh, Ph.D., 
LL.D., Eugene L. Richards, M.A., John H. Niemeyer, M.A., 
Franklin B. Dexter, M.A., Hon. Simeon E. Baldwin, LL.D., 
Tracy Peck, M.A., William H. Carmalt, M.D., Addison E. Ver- 
rill, M.A., Rev. Cornelius L. Kitchell, M.A , William G. Sumner, 
LL.D., Rev. George T. Ladd, D.D., Charles H. Smith, LL.D., 
Jules Luquiens, Ph.D., Sidney I. Smith, M.A., William G. Mix, 
ter, M.A., Henry P. Wright, Ph.D., Henry S. Williams, Ph.D., 



MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 269 

Henry A. Beers, M.A., A. Jay DuBois, Ph.D., Bernadotte Perrin, 
Ph.D., LL.D., Edward S. Dana, Ph.D., Thomas D. Seymour, 
LL.D., Charles S. Hastings, Ph.D., Morris F. Tyler, M.A.,LL.B., 
Hon. William K. Townsend, D.C.L., James Campbell, M.D., 
Theodore S. Woolsey, LL B., M.A., Thomas H. Russell, M.D., 
Frank A. Gooch, Ph.D., Albert S. Cook, Ph.D.,L.H.D., William 
Beebe, B. A. , Andrew W. Phillips, Ph.D. , George B. Adams, Ph.D., 
Samuel S. Sanford, M.A., Henry W. Farnam, M.A., R.P.D., 
Edward P. Morris, M.A., Rev. Edward L. Curtis, Ph.D., D.D., 
Henry R. Lang, Ph.D., Russell H. Chittenden, Ph.D., Arthur T. 
Hadley, M.A., Rev. George B. Stevens, Ph.D., D.D., Samuel L. 
Penfield, Ph.B., Horace L. Wells, Ph.B., Thomas D. Goodell, 
Ph.D.,WilliamL. Elkin, Ph.D., Rev.WilliamF. Blackman, Ph.D., 
Charles E. Beeeher, Ph.D., Edward W. Hopkins, Ph.D., Herbert 
E. Smith, M.D., Arthur H. Palmer, M.A., Louis S. DeForest, 
M.D., George D. Watrous, D.C.L., Horatio M. Reynolds, B.A., 
Frank C. Porter, Ph.D., George M. Duncan, M.A., E. Hershey 
Sneath, Ph.D., Frank K. Sanders, Ph.D., Louis V. Pirsson, Ph.B., 
Edward G. Bourne, Ph.D., Gustav F. Gruener, B.A., Harley F. 
Roberts, M.A., Oliver T. Osborne, M.D., Edward W. Scripture, 
Ph.D., James J. Robinson, Ph.D., Horatio W. Parker, M.A., 
John C. Schwab, Ph.D., A Guyot Cameron, M.A., Ph.D., Rev. 
Arthur Fairbanks, Ph.D., George E. Beers, M.A., M.L., Warren 
A. Adams, B.A., Charlton M. Lewis, B.A., Carleton L. Brown- 
son, B.A., Harry B. Ferris, M.D , William Lyon Phelps, Ph.D., 
Irving Fisher, Ph.D., Graham Lusk, Ph.D., Guy V. Thompson, 
Ph.D., Hanns Oertel, Ph.D., Benj. Austin Cheney, M.D., Charles 
S. Baldwin, Ph.D., Herbert A. Smith, B.A., Joseph Bowden, Jr., 
B.A., Cecil K. Bancroft, B.A., James W. D. Ingersoll, Ph.D., 
Alfred K. Merritt, B.A., Wendell M. Strong, M.A., Hon. Nathan- 
iel Shipman, LL.D., Mark Bailey, M. A., Albert S. Wheeler, M.A., 
J. Sumner Smith, B.A., Henry P. Stearns, M.D., Hon. David 
Torrance, M.A., Samuel B. St. John, M.D., William Henry 
Bishop, B. A, John P. C. Foster, M.D., Talcott H. Russell, B.A., 
LL.B., Louis von Eltz, Hon. John H. Perry, LL B., M.A., 
Thomas Thacher, LL B., M.A., Samuel S. Curry, B.D., Ph.D., 
James M. Townsend, Jr., B.A., LL.B., William A. Borden, 
George M. Sharp, LL.B., M.A., C. LaRue Munson, LL.B., M.A., 
Edwin B. Gager, B.A., Henry Fleischner, M.D., Roger Foster, 
LL.B., M.A., Capt. James S. Petit, U. S. A., Samuel E. Barney, 
C.E., Frederick Wells Williams, B.A., Jay W. Seaver, M.A., 
ID,, Frank H. Wheeler, M.D., Edward V. Reynolds, D.C.L., 
Gustav A. Andreen, B.A., Howard H. Knapp, B.A., LL B., 
Robert L. Taylor, B A., Charles J. Foote, M.D., Frederic E. 
Beach, Ph.D., William G. Anderson, M.D., Henry L. Swain, M.D., 
William W. Nichols, M.E., Leonard M. Daggett, B.A., LL.B., 
Wilbur L. Cross, Ph.D., Frederick L. Chase, Ph.D., Arthur N. 
Ailing, M.D., Louis B. Bishop, M.D., Thomas C. Stearns, B.A., 
Robert N. Corwin, Ph.D., Edward G. Buckland, B.A., LL.B., 
Leslie D Bissell, B.A., Edwin H. Lockwood, M.E., Charles A. 
Tuttle, M.D., Leonard W. Bacon, Jr., M.D., Philip E. Browning, 



270 MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 

Ph.D., Edward F. Buchner, Ph.D., Rev. Harlan Creelman, Ph.D., 
James P. Pierpont, Ph.D., Paul S. Robinson, M.D., Walter I. 
Lowe, B.A., John C. Tracy, C.E., Ralph A. McDonnell, M.D., 
Roger S. Baldwin, B.A., M.L., William C Marshall, M.E., Rob- 
ert E. Peck, M.D., George P. Starkweather, M.E., Lafayette B. 
Mendel. Ph.D., Henry A. Bumstead, B A., Arthur L.Day, Ph.D., 
Percy T. Walden, Ph.B., Warren A. Spalding, Miles A. Pond, 
Ph.B., Francis M. Adams, Ph.B., D. Albert Kreider, B.A., Clar- 
ence C. Wilson, B.A., Theophilus Nelson, Ph.B., Bertram B. Bolt- 
wood, Ph.B., OtisG. Bunnell, Ph.B., William A. Granville, Ph.B., 
William T. H. Howe, Ph.B., Charles A. Ingersoll, Ph.B., Alton 
W. Pierce, B.A., Joseph H. Pratt, Ph.B., George H. Langzettel, 
William H. Parker, B.S., Arthur L. Wheeler, B.A. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, MIDDLETOWN. 

FACULTY. 

President, Rev. Bradford Paul Raymond, D.D., LL.D. ; Pro- 
fessors, John M. Van Vleck, LL.D., James C. Van Benschoten, 
LLD., Rev. William N. Rice, Ph.D., LL D., Wilbur O. At- 
water, Ph.D., Caleb T. Winchester, L.H.D., Morris B. Craw- 
ford, M.A., Herbert W. Conn, Ph.D., Elmer T. Merrill, M.A., 
Rev. Andrew C. Armstrong, Jr., M.A., William E. Mead, Ph.D., 
Walter P. Bradley, Ph.D., L. Oscar Kuhns, M.A., Edward B. 
Rosa, Ph.D.; Associate Professors, Frank W. Nicolson, A.M., 
Edward B. Van Vleck, Ph.D., Willard C. Fisher, B.A., Alfred 
P. Dennis, Ph.D.; Librarian, William J. James, M.A.; Instruct- 
ors, Ralph G. Hibbard, M.A., James M. Paton, Ph.D., William 
S. Eichelberger, Ph.D., Charles F. Langworthy, Ph.D.; Tutor, 
Arthur W. James, Ph.D. ; Curator of Museum, Samuel W. Loper, 
M. A. ; Assistants, William J. Shaw, M. A., Edmond R. Sturtevant, 
B.S., Arthur W. Smith, M.S., William M. Esten, B.S., Rupert 
H. Hopkins, B.S., Edward F. Coffin, B.A., Ernest K. Smith, 
B.A.; Director of Gymnasium, Charles S. Aldrich, B.A.; 
Mechanician, Olin S. Blakeslee. 



TRINITY COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 

President, Rev. George Williamson Smith, D.D., LL.D.; Pro- 
fessors, Rev. Thomas R. Pynchon, D.D., LL.D., Rev. Samuel 
Hart, D.D., Rev. Isbon T. Beckwith, Ph.D., Rev. Flavel S. 
Luther, M.A. (Secretary), Rev. Henry Ferguson, M.A., Charles 
Frederick Johnson, M.A., Rev John J. McCook, M.A., William 
Lispenard Robb, Ph.D., R. B. Riggs, Ph.D., W. R. Martin, 
LL.B., Ph.D ; Lecturers, Hon. William Hamersley, LL.D , 
Charles Dudley Warner, L H.D., D.C.L., Charles C. Beach, 
M.D., William D. Morgan, M.A., M.D., Rev. J. F. Bingham, 
D.D.; Instructors, Frederic R. Honey, Ph.B., W. H. C. 
Pynchon, M.A., Ralph E. Foster, Waldo S. Pratt, M.A. 



MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 271 

HARTFORD THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. 

President, C. D. Hartranft, D.D.; Professors, Waldo S. Pratt, 
A.M., M. W. Jacobus, D.D., Williston Walker, Ph.D., D.D., C. 
M. Mead, PhD., D.D., Edwin K. Mitchell, D.D., Clark S. 
Beardslee, A.M., Alexander R. Merriam, A.B., A. L. Gillett, 
A.M.; Associate Professors, Alfred T. Perry, A.M. (Librarian), 
Lewis B. Paton, A.M., Duncan B. Macdonald, B.D.; Instructors, 
Cecil Harper, A.M., Otto Schlutter; Lecturers, A. C. Thompson, 
D.D., A. B. Bassett, B.D., Charles C. Stearns, A.M., George L. 
Walker, D.D.; President of the Board of Trustees, E B. Webb, 
D.D. ; Secretary, G. W. Winch; Treasurer, J. F. Morris. 



BERKELEY DIVINITY SCHOOL, MIDDLETOWN. 

CORPORATION. 

President, the Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D. (ex officio), 
Rev. G. Williamson Smith, D.D., LL.D. (ex officio), Rev. E. 
Campion Acheson, M A (ex officio), Rev. Francis Goodwin, M. A., 
Rev. John Townsend, M.A., Edward S. Hall, Charles E. Jack- 
son, Burton Mansfield, Robert N. Jackson, Jacob L. Greene; 
Charles E. Jackson, Secretary and Treasurer. 

FACULTY. 

Dean, the Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D.; Sub-Dean, 
Rev. John Binney, D.D., Rev. William Allen Johnson, M.A., 
Rev. Sjdvester Clarke, D.D., Rev. John Humphrey Barbour, 
M. A., Rev. Francis T. Russell, D.D., Rev. Joseph Hooper, M.A. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev. James Stoddard, Principal; George M. Curtis, Treasurer, 
Meriden. 



ST. MARGARET'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, WATERBURY. 

' Rev. Francis T. Russell, S.T.D., Rector; Augustus L. Chase, 
Treasurer, Waterbury. 



CONNECTICUT LITERARY INSTITUTION, SUFFIELD. 

Faculty. — Principal, Rev. W. Scott, A.M.; Instructors, S. C. 
Johnston, AM , John L. Bridge, B.S., A H. Evans, A.M., E. 
W. Pease, Mus.B., Jessie F. Smith, M.A. (Preceptress), Helen 
M. G. Clarke, A.M., Alice M. Prout, M. T. Newton, M.D., F. C. 
Croy, F. H. Curtis, Mary L. Vining, A.B. ; Supt. of Buildings 
and Farm, Kirk Jones; Matron, Louise Young; Grace Tobey, 
Painting. 



272 MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER, CONN. 

Board of Trustees, Morgan G. Bulkeley, Hartford; David S. 
Bigelow, Westchester; William P. Adams, Westchester; William 
H. Geer, Lebanon; A. O. Gallup, Salem; Resident Trustees ap- 
pointed by Senate for four years from July 1, 1895, S. P. 
Willard, F. T. Avery, Joseph Smith, E. S. Day, H. C. Mor- 
gan, Asa R. Bigelow, E. L. Strong; Officers of the Board, David 
S. Bigelow, Chairman; Alden A. Baker, Clerk and Treasurer; 
Superintending Committee, S. P. Willard, Asa R. Bigelow, Ed- 
ward L. Strong; Teachers, James R. Tucker, B.A. (Yale), Prin- 
cipal; Abby G. Willard, B.A. (Smith), Assistant. 



CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

President, Charles J. Hoadly; Vice-Presidents, Samuel Hart, 
Hartford, James J. Goodwin, Hartford, James Terry, New 
Haven, Richard A. Wheeler, Stonington, Rowland B. Lacey, 
Bridgeport, Theodore S. Gold, Cornwall, Frank Farnsworth 
Starr, Middletown, Ellen D. Larned, Thompson; Recording 
Secretary, Frank B. Gay; Corresponding Secretary, W. DeLoss 
Love; Treasurer, Jonathan F. Morris; Librarian, Albert C. 
Bates; Auditor, Rowland Swift. 



NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

President, Simeon E. Baldwin; Vice-Presidents, Thomas R. 
Trowbridge, Lynde Harrison; Secretary, Henry T. Blake; 
Treasurer, D wight E. Bowers. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

President, Charles Augustus Williams, New London; Vice- 
Presidents, Benjamin Stark, New London, William A. Slater, 
Norwich, Frederic Bill, Groton; Secretary, Fannie Potter, New 
London; Treasurer, Charles B. Ware, New London. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

President, Rowland B. Lacey, Bridgeport; Vice-Presidents, 
George C. Waldo, Charles Burr Todd, Curtis Thompson; Record- 
ing Secretary, Howard N. Wakeman; Corresponding Secretary, 
James R. Burroughs; Treasurer and Curator, Edward Deacon. 






MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 273 

THE AMERICAN ASYLUM AT HARTFORD FOR THE 

EDUCATION AND INSTRUCTION OF 

THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

President, Francis B. Cooley; Vice-Presidents, Roland Mather, 
Nathaniel Shipman, John C. Parsons, Pinckney W. Ellsworth, 
Jonathan B. Bunce, Rowland Swift, John C. Day, William M. 
Hudson; Directors, Frank W. Cheney, Samuel N. Kellogg, 
Daniel R. Howe, Lucius A. Barbour, Atwood Collins, William 
L. Matson, James B. Cone, Charles H. Clark, Archibald A. 
Welch, William Waldo Hyde; Secretary, Archibald A. Welch; 
Treasurer, Daniel R. Howe; Principal, Job AVilliams; Directing 
Committee, Atwood Collins, John C. Parsons, Jonathan B. 
Bunce. 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE, HARTFORD. 

President, G-. W. Russell, M.D.; Vice-President, Hon. Nathan- 
iel Shipman; Treasurer, Thomas Sisson; Secretary, James B. 
Cone; Directors, James L. Howard, Charles M. Beach, Jonathan 
B. Bunce, Hon. Joseph R. Hawley, Rodney Dennis, Rev. Fran- 
cis Goodwin, Rowland Swift, James A. Smith, H. P. Stearns, 
M.D., Frank W. Cheney, William B. Clark, Daniel R. Howe, 
J. M. Allen, John D. Browne, G. Pierrepont Davis; Superin- 
tendent, Henry P. Stearns, M.D. ; Chaplain, Rev. James W. 
Bradin. 



GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY OF CONN., NEW HAVEN. 

President, Samuel E. Merwin; Vice-President, Morris F. Tyler; 
Treasurer, Charles E. Curtis; Secretary, Timothy H. Bishop, 
M.D.; Prudential Committee, Eli Whitney, Jr., W. G. Daggett, 
Thomas Hooker; Superintendent, John H. Starkweather; Com- 
missioners, the Governor, ex officio, William J. Mills, John P. 
Studley, New Haven. 



HARTFORD HOSPITAL 

President, Gurdon W. Russell, M.D. ; Vice-President, Jonathan 
B. Bunce; Secretary and Treasurer, Ward W. Jacobs; Executive 
Committee, Henry K. Morgan, Harmon G. Howe, M.D., 
Thomas Sisson; Committee on Finance, Jonathan B. Bunce, 
Henry A. Redfield, Henry C. D wight; Auditors, Jonathan B. 
Bunce, Henry A. Redfield; Librarian, William W. Knight, M.D.; 
Directors, Gurdon W. Russell, M.D., Roland Mather, Jonathan 
B. Bunce, Henry C. Robinson, Henry K. Morgan, Thomas 
Sisson, Harmon G. Howe, M.D., Henry A. Redfield, Melancthon 
Storrs, M.D., Henry C. D wight, James J. Goodwin, G. Pierre- 
pont Davis, M.D., Mayor Leverett Brainard, ex officio. Medical 
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274 MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 

and Surgical Staff. — Chairman, Gurdon W. Russell, M.D.; 
Secretary, P. H. Ingalls, M.D. ; Consulting Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Gurdon W. Russell, M.D., Ashbel W. Barrows, M.D.; 
Visiting Surgeons, George C. Jarvis, M.D., G. Pierrepont Davis, 
M.D., Harmon G. Howe, M. D., Melancthon Storrs, M.D.; Vis- 
iting Physicians, Horace S. Fuller, M.D., William W. Knight, 
M.D., James Campbell, M.D., Edward K. Root, M.D.; Ophthal- 
mic and Aural Surgeon, William T. Bacon, M.D.; Gynecologist, 
P. H. Ingalls, M.D.; Orthopedic Surgeon, Ansel G. Cook, M.D.; 
Pathologist, Charles C. Beach, M.D.; Superintendent, Leander 
Hall; Resident Physician, F. S.Ward, M.D. ; Resident Surgeon, 
C. P. Botsford, M.D., Assistant Surgeon, James H. Naylor, 
M.D. 



BRIDGEPORT HOSPITAL. 

President, D. N. Morgan; Vice-President, E. W. Marsh; Sec- 
retary, James B. Gregory; Treasurer, Frederick J. Banks; Exe- 
cutive Committee, L. S. Catlin, Edward W. Marsh, Marshall E. 
Morris; Auditor, William H. Rockwell; Directors, Samuel W. 
Baldwin, D. N. Morgan, R. W. Bunnell, Horace S. Plumb, Joel 
Farist, I. DeVer Warner, William B. Hincks, Lyman S. Catlin, 
Samuel C. Trubee, Marshall E. Morris, Edward W. Marsh, 
David N. Lane. 



DANBURY HOSPITAL. 

President, John H. Fanton; Vice-President, Mrs. J. T. Bates; 
Secretary, Eli C.Barnum; Treasurer, Martin W. Foster; Auditors, 
T. J. Jones, A. N. Wildman; Directors, W. H. Humphries, M. 
W. Foster, J. H. Fanton, E. C. Barnum, Miss Hattie Averill, 
Mrs. J. M. Ives, Mrs. H. E. Comes, Miss Susie Crofut, Mrs. C. 
H. Brush, Mrs. J. T. Bates, J. T. Bates. 



GRACE HOSPITAL, NEW HAVEN. 

President, Joel A. Sperry; Vice-President, Edwin S. Greeley; 
Secretary, Emory J. Walker, M.D.; Treasurer, John A. Richard- 
son; Directors, Joel A. Sperry, Edwin S. Greeley, Edward E. 
Bradley, W. C. Robinson, Charles G. Kimberly, Simon B. 
Shoninger, Paul C. Skiff, M.D., B. H. Cheney, M.D., W. H. 
Sage, M.D., C. B. Adams, M.D., H. F. Peck, E. J. Walker, 
M.D., W. W. McLane, D.D., F. H. Benton, E. Hayes Trow- 
bridge, M. J. Adams, M.D. 



MERIDEN HOSPITAL. 

President, N. L. Bradley; Vice-President, Walter Hubbard; 
Secretary, E. J. Doolittle; Treasurer, Seth J. Hall; Finance 
Committee, John C. Byxbee, Levi E. Coe, A. Chamberlain; 



MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 275 

Directors, N. L. Bradley. Walter Hubbard, Charles Parker, 
E. J. Doolittle, Seth J. Hall, John C. Byxbee, E. B. Manning, 
A. Chamberlain, Levi E. Coe. Ladies' Associate Committee — 
President, Mrs. A. Chamberlain; Vice-Presidents, Mrs. T. F. 
Breese, Mrs. E. J. Doolittle; Recording Secretary, Mrs. N. F. 
Griswold; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. C. L. Rockwell; 
Treasurer, Mrs. C. H. Stockder; Auditor, George M. Lucas; 
Mrs. N. L. Bradley, Mrs. N. P. Lamontagne, Mrs. C. B. Rogers, 
Mrs. W. W. Finnigan, Mrs. Maurice O'Brien, Mrs. J. L. Rich- 
mond, Mrs. G. H. Wilcox, Mrs. George R. Curtis, Mrs. Henry 
Hirschfeld, Mrs. C. N. Winslow, Mrs. August Schmelzer, Mrs. 
W. B. Cashen, Mrs. W H. Stannis, Mrs. E. B. Manning, Mrs. 
A. S. Thomas, Mrs. J. H. Chapin, Mrs. S. J. Hall, Mrs. John L. 
Billard, Mrs. George N. Morse. Matron, Mrs. Henry Baumann. 



WATERBURY HOSPITAL. 

President, F. J. Kingsbury; Vice-President, A. S. Chase; 
Treasurer, A. M. Blakeslee; Secretary, J. H. Bronson; Executive 
Committee, E. L. Frisbie, G. W. Beach, H. H. Peck; Directors, 
F. J. Kingsbury, E. L. Frisbie, E. C. Lewis, G. W. Beach, J. S. 
Elton, D. S. Plume, A. S. Chase, J. W. Smith, H. H. Peck. 



W. W. BACKUS HOSPITAL, NORWICH. 

Corporators, William A. Slater, John T. Wait, Edward Har- 
land, Jonathan Trumbull, John M. Johnson, Leonard B. Almy, 
M.D., Patrick Cassidy, M.D., Asa Backus, Rev. Samuel H. 
Howe, Witter K. Tingley, M.D. , Charles L. Hubbard, Oliver L. 
Johnson, Jr. Visiting Staff. — Consulting Physician and Sur- 
geon, Lewis S. Paddock, M.D. ; Surgeons, Leonard B. Almy, 
M.D., Patrick Cassidy, M.D., Witter K. Tingley, M.D., George 
R. Harris, M.D., Rush W. Kimball, M.D , Charles V. Butler, 
M.D; Physicians, W. S. C. Perkins, MD, P. H. Harriman, 
M.D., Julian LaPierre, M:D., William Witter, M.D , W. T. 
Browne, M.D., N. P. Smith, M.D ; Gynecologists and Obstetri- 
cians. Leonard B. Almy, M.D., Witter K. Tingley, M.D.; Oph- 
thalmic and Aural Surgeon, Anthony Peck, M.D. Executive 
Committee. — President, Rev. Samuel H. Howe; Vice-President, 
Leonard B. Almy, M.D.; Treasurer, Jonathan Trumbull; Sec- 
retary. John M. Johnson; Oliver L. Johnson, Jr. ; Superintend- 
ent, Frederick Symington ; Resident Physician, Henry Burt 
Stevens ; Matron and Superintendent of Training School, May 
L. Love. 



THE OLD PEOPLE'S HOME. 

(Connected with the Hartford Hospital.) 

Executive Committee, Henry K. Morgan, Harmon G. Howe, 
M.D., Thomas Sisson ; Superintendent, Leander Hall ; Matron, 
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Fox ; Assistant, Miss Carrie M. Fox. 



276 MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 

CONNECTICUT HUMANE SOCIETY. 

President, Rodney Dennis ; Acting Vice-President, Rev. Fran- 
cis Goodwin ; Secretary, Chandler E. Miller ; Assistant Secre- 
tary, G. Pierrepont Davis, M.D.; Treasurer, Ralph W. Cutler; 
Executive Committee, Rodney Dennis, G. Pierrepont Davis, 
James A. Smith, Francis Goodwin, John D Browne, Charles 
Hopkins Clark, Lucius P. Deming ; Prosecuting Officers, L. N. 
Middlebrook, Bridgeport ; Edgar M. Warner, Putnam ; John M. 
Sweeney, Naugatuck ; C. H. Sawyer, Meriden ; Andrew J. 
Ewen, Birmingham ; James Huntington, Woodbury ; L. J. 
Nickerson, West Cornwall ; Wilson H. Pierce, Waterbury ; 
Richard T. Higgins, Winsted ; Clayton B. Smith, New London ; 
John A. Stoughton, Hartford ; John F. Addis, New Milford ; 
John L. Morehouse, Bridgeport ; Edward M. Lockwood, Nor- 
walk ; Elbert O. Hull, Monroe ; Wallace S. Moyle, New Haven ; 
Lyman S. Burr, New Britain ; Samuel A Davis, Danbury ; 
Samuel B. Harvey, Willimantic ; Harold R. Durant, Waterbury. 
General Agent, Dwight W. Thrall ; Veterinary Surgeon, J. E. 
Gardner, D.V.S. 



TEMPORARY HOMES FOR CHILDREN. 

Hartford County. — Board of Management, the County 
Commissioners, Miss Mary Hall, Hartford, and Dr. C. A. Linds- 
ley, New Haven ; located at Warehouse Point ; Matron, Mrs. 
William S. Pitkin. 

New Haven County. — Board of Management, the County 
Commissioners, Miss Rebekah G. Bacon and Prof. William H. 
Brewer, New Haven ; located at New Haven ; Superintendent, 
Willard Matthews. 

New London County. — Board of Management, the County 
Commissioners, J. T. Batty, Mystic, G O. Jackson, Colchester, 
G. L. Hewitt, Norwich, Dr. G. H. Wilson, and A. W. Tracy, 
Meriden ; located at Preston ; Matron, Mrs. Josiah A. Brown 

Fairfield County. — Board of Management, the County 
Commissioners, Charles P. Kellogg, Waterbury, and Dr. Nathan- 
iel E Wordin, Bridgeport ; located at Nor walk ; Matron, Miss 
Dora G. Phelps. 

Windham County. — Board of Management, the County Com- 
missioners, E. H. Hall, Davis A. Baker, E. L. Palmer; George P. 
Ingersoll, State Board of Health, and Miss R. G. Bacon, State 
Board of Charities ; located at Putnam ; Superintendent, J. D. 
Converse. 

Litchfield County. — Board of Management, the County 
Commissioners, David E. Soule, New Milford, Newell L. Web- 
ster, Thomaston, Sylvester N. Pettibone, New Hartford, Dr. R. 
S. Goodwin, Thomaston, Miss Mary Hall, Hartford ; located at 
West Winsted ; Superintendent, Dwight S. Case. 

Middlesex County. — Board of Management, the County 
Commissioners, George F. Spencer, Deep River and Dr. Grove 



MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 277 

H. Wilson, Meriden ; located at Haddam ; Superintendent, John 
H. Odber. 

Tolland County. — Board of Management, the County Com- 
missioners, H. C. Whittlesey, Middletown, and T. H. McKenzie, 
Southington ; located at Vernon Center ; Superintendent, E. S. 
Talbot. 



HARTFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM. 

President, Mrs. Charles F. Howard; Vice-Presidents, Mrs. A. 
P. Hyde, Mrs. F. B. Cooley, Mrs. F. Goodwin, Mrs. L. Brainard; 
Treasurer, D. R. Howe; Assistant Treasurer, Mrs. John S. 
Camp; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Charles F. Sedgwick; Corres- 
ponding Secretary, Mrs. Edward B. Bennett; Admission Com- 
mittee, Miss E. Blythe, Mrs J. R. Buck; Purchasing Committee, 
Mrs. Sedgwick, Mrs. Wilder Smith, Mrs. Skinner; School Com- 
mittee. Mrs Curtis, Miss Hillyer; Auditor of Accounts of Assist- 
ant Treasurer, Miss Elizabeth Blythe; Advisory Board, Judge 
N. Shipman, Rev. F. Goodwin, E. B. Bennett, Leverett 
Brainard, D. R. Howe; Physicians, Dr. G. R. Shepherd, 
Dr. M. M. Johnson, Dr A. E. Abrams, Dr F. T. Simpson, Dr. 
E. J. McKnight; Superintendent, Rev. George Dustan; Matron, 
Mrs. George Dustan. 

THE NEW HAVEN ORPHAN ASYLUM. 

President, Mrs. George W. Curtis; Chief Manager, Mrs. N. D. 
Sperry; Treasurer, Mrs. Frederic Ives; Secretary, Mrs. Henry 
Champion; Assistant Secretary, Mrs. Lemuel S. Punderson; Re- 
cording Secretary, Miss Eliza K. Twining; Provider, Mrs. N. D. 
Sperry; Visitor, Mrs. Charles T. Candee. 



ST. FRANCIS ROMAN CATHOLIC ORPHAN ASYLUM 
CORPORATION, NEW HAVEN. 

President, Rt Rev. Michael Tierney, Bishop of Hartford; Vice- 
President, Rev. Patrick Mulholland, Fair Haven; Treasurer, Rev. 
John F. Corcoran, New Haven; Assistant Treasurer and Secre- 
tary, William M. Geary, New Haven. 



THE CONNECTICUT SCHOOL FOR IMBECILES, LAKE- 
VILLE. 

President, George B. Burrall; Vice-Presidents, G. W. Russell; 
Henry Gay, J. C Goddard; Directors, G. B. Burrall, Henry Gay, 
G. W. Russell, W. W. Knight, J. C. Goddard, T. L. Norton, E. 
W. Spurr, M. B Richardson, G. H Knight, O. Vincent Coffin, 
Executive Committee, G. B. Burrall, J. C. Goddard, M. B. Rich- 
ardson; Treasurer, T. L. Norton; Secretary and Superintendent, 
G. H. Knight; Auditor, E. W. Spurr. 



278 MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 

THE CONNECTICUT PRISON ASSOCIATION. 

President, Francis Wayland ; Vice-Presidents, Prof. Henry W. 
Farnam, General Edward Harland, Frank Miller, Hon. Augus- 
tus H. Fenn, William C. Jillson, Alfred R. Goodrich. William 
G. Fairbanks; Treasurer, Carnot O. Spencer; Secretary and 
Agent, John C. Taylor, Room 45, Capitol, Hartford. 



STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President, George A. Hopson, Wallingford ; Vice-Presidents, 
James A. Bill, Lyme, S. C. Colt, Farmington, John W. Bacon, 
Danbury; Treasurer, Eugene A. Hall, Meriden; Corresponding 
Secretary, W. F. Andross, East Hartford; Recording Secretary, 
T. S. Gold, West Cornwall. 



CONNECTICUT DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 

President, Stephen M. Wells, Wethersfield; Vice-President, I. 
W. Stark, Lebanon; Secretary and Treasurer, W. I Bartholomew, 
Putnam; Directors, Geo. E. Manchester, West Winsted, Hubert 
F. Potter, Montowese, T. S. Gold, West Cornwall, J. S. Kirk- 
ham, Newington, and A R. Wadsworth, Farmington, 1898; 
Charles W. Lee, Coventry, John B. Noble, East Windsor, and 
H. E. Savage, East Berlin, 1896. 



CONNECTICUT SHEEP BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION. 

President, Robinson S. Hinman, Oxford; Treasurer, Burton C. 
Patterson, Torrington; Secretary, John H. Wadhams, Goshen. 



CONNECTICUT STATE GRANGE. 

Master, Stephen O. Bo wen, Eastford; Overseer, G. C. Beck- 
with, New Hartford, P. O., Nepaug; Lecturer, Mrs. Estella H. 
Barnes, Southington; Steward, Joel H. Brewer, East Hartford 
(P. O , Hillstown); Assistant Steward, H. C. C. Miles, Milford; 
Chaplain, Rev. D. B. Hubbard, Middletown (P. O., Little River); 
Treasurer, Norman S. Piatt, Cheshire; Secretary, Henry E. 
Loomis, Glastonbury; Gate Keeper, Henry W. Morse, Jewett 
City; Pomona, Mary J. Brooks, Clinton; Flora, Jennie M. Rob- 
inson, Thompson (P. O., Webster. Mass., ) Ceres; Martha C. Gay- 
lord, Bristol; Lady Assistant Steward, Flora B. Crandall, Farm- 
ington. 






MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 279 

THE CONNECTICUT STATE FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 

President, Morris Meyers, Danbury; Vice-Presidents, Clarence 
E. Palmer, Bridgeport, Frederick W. Willey, Middletown, Louis 
W. Greeneberg, Norwich, Robert Magonigal, Hartford, George 
Bowman, Stamford, Fred S. Young, Willimantic, Charles O'Neil, 
New Haven, H. F. Wise, Stafford Springs, James M. Chatfield, 
Thomaston; Secretary, John S. Jones, Westport; Treasurer, Sam- 
uel C. Snagg, Waterbury. 



THE CONNECTICUT TEMPERANCE UNION. 

President, Thomas L. Norton, Lakeville; Vice-Presidents, 
M. W. Terrill, Middletown; M. S. Chapman, South Man- 
chester; J. M, Talcott, Ellington; Rev. S. L. Blake, D.D., 
New London; Rev. H. A. Davenport, Bridgeport; King 
T. Shelden, Winsted; Arthur G. Bill, Danielson; Cullen B. 
Foote, North Haven; Secretary, Rev. J. H. James, Rockville; 
Treasurer, W. A. Willard, Hartford; Directors, Thomas L. Nor- 
ton, ex officio; Prof. D. N. Camp, New Britain; Hon. D. W. 
Northrop, Middletown; Rev. J. R. Stubbert, New London; H. 
L. James, Rockville; Rev. A. H. Wyatt, Norwalk; S. P. 
Thrasher, New Haven; J. W. Manning, Putnam; D. Strong, 
Winsted; Rev. W. H. Moore, Hartford; Dr. W. H. Sharpe, 
Putnam; L. P. Treadwell; Rev. C. H. Barber, Manchester; 
R. P. Chapman, Hartford; Rev. J. H. James, Rockville; 
Executive Committee, Thomas L. Norton; H. L. James, S. P. 
Thrasher, Rev. C. H. Barber, Rev. J. H. James. 



STATE BAR ASSOCIATION. 

President, Charles E. Perkins; Vice-Presidents, Simeon E. 
Baldwin, Henry C. Robinson; Secretary, Charles M. Joslyn; 
Treasurer, Edward D. Robbins; Executive Committee, Lyman 
D. Brewster, William T. Elmer, William K. Townsend, Solo- 
mon Lucas, Charles E. Searls. 



CONNECTICUT PBOBATE ASSEMBLY. 

President, W. L. Loomis, Suffleld; Vice-Presidents, M. H. Ban- 
croft, Warehouse Point; Silas B. Sherwood, Westport; Secretary 
and Treasurer, Joseph B. Banning, Deep River. Annual meet- 
ing, second Wednesday in February. Other regular meetings, 
second Wednesdays in May and November. 



THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI IN THE STATE 
OF CONNECTICUT, NEW HAVEN. 

President, Col. George Bliss Sanford, U. S. A., Litchfield, 
Conn.; Vice-President, Gen. Henry L. Abbott, U. S. A., Cam- 



280 MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 

bridge, Mass ; Secretary, Hon. Morris Woodruff Seymour, 
Bridgeport, Conn. ; Assistant Secretary, Charles Hobby Pond, 
New York city; Treasurer, James B. Metcalf, New York city : 
Assistant Treasurer, Charles B. Gilbert, New Haven, Conn. 
Organized at West Point, July 4, 1783. 



THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE STATE 
OF CONNECTICUT, NEW HAVEN. 

Governor, James Junius Goodwin; Deputy Governor, Hon. 
Frederick John Kingsbury; Lieutenant-Governor, Prof. Theo- 
dore Salisbury Woolsey; Chaplain, the Rt. Rev. John Williams, 
D.D., LL.D.; Secretary, Charles Samuel Ward; Treasurer, 
Charles Hotchkiss Trowbridge; Registrar, Frank Butler Gay; 
Historian, Hon. Morris Woodruff Seymour; Gentlemen of the 
Council, Hon. A. Heaton Robertson; Gen. W. B. Franklin, U. 
S. A.; Charles Dudley Warner, Ralph William Cutler, Hon. 
Lyman D. Brewster, J. Lawrence Chew, Eli Whitney, Jacob 
Lyman Greene, Arthur Reed Kimball; Standing Committees: 
Committee on Membership, Charles Samuel Ward, chairman ; 
Edward Yilette Raynolds, Timothy Huggins Bishop, M.D., 
Bela Peck Learned, Henry Putnam Stearns, M.D.; Committee 
on Historical Documents, Hon. Frederick John Kingsbury, 
chairman; Prof. Theodore Salisbury Woolsey, Rev. Francis 
Goodwin, Rev. George Leon Walker, D.D., Jonathan Trumbull; 
Deputy Governor-General, Hon. William Hamersley; Delegates 
to the General Assembly, 1S93-1896, Dr. Charles Samuel Ward, 
Charles Hotchkiss Trowbridge, Col. George B. Sanford, U.S.A., 
Hon. Frederick John Kingsbury, John Edward Heaton. 



THE CONNECTICUT SOCIETY OF THE COLONIAL 
DAMES OF AMERICA. 

President, Mrs. Samuel Colt, Hartford; First Vice-President, 
Mrs. Edgar L. Heermance, New Haven; Second Vice-President, 
Mrs. Charles Dudley Warner, Hartford; Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Mrs. Charles Frederick Johnson, Hartford; Recording Sec- 
retary, Mrs. George Watson Beach, Hartford; Treasurer, Mrs. 
Franklin Bowditch Dexter, New Haven; Registrar, Miss Mary 
K. Talcott, Hartford; Historian, Mrs. Godfrey Dunscombe, New 
Haven. 



FAITH TRUMBULL CHAPTER DAUGHTERS OF THE 
AMERICAN REVOLUTION, NORWICH. 

Regent, Mrs. W. S. C. Perkins; Vice-Regent, Mrs. Bela P. 
Learned; Registrar, Mrs. William Pierce; Historian, Miss Ellen 
Geer; Treasurer, Mrs. Burrill Hyde; Recording Secretary, Mrs. 
Martin E. Jensen; Corresponding Secretary. Mrs. Nathan Gil- 
bert; Honorary State Regent, Mrs. William Olcott. 



MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 281 

SOCIETY OF THE SONS OF REVOLUTION IN THE 
STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

President, Hon. Morgan Gardner Bulkeley, Hartford; Vice- 
President, Hon. Daniel Nash Morgan, Washington, D. C. ; Sec- 
retary, Rev. Henry N. Wayne, New Britain; Treasurer, Col. 
Henry Walton Wessels, Litchfield; Registrar, William Freeman 
French, M.D., Noroton; Chaplain, Rev. N. Ellsworth Cornwall, 
Stratford; Board of Managers, Cyrus Sherwood Bradley, Rev. 
Alexander Hamilton, Col. George Bliss Sanford, Hon. Albert 
Porter Bradstreet, Robert Clark Morris, D.C.L., David Henry 
Gould, Oliver Taylor Sherwood, William F. Waterbury, Leigh 
Richmond Hoyt; Delegates to the General Society, Hon. Morgan 
Gardner Bulkeley, Satterlee Swartwout, Col. George Bliss San- 
ford, Augustus Kloyd Delafield, Henry Lincoln Rowland; Alter- 
ternates, Col. Henry Walton Wessells, Robert Clark Morris, 
D.C.L., Rev. N. Ellsworth Cornwall, Robert Peel Wakeman, 
Walter Henry Tilton. 



DEPARTMENT OF CONNECTICUT GRAND ARMY OF 
THE REPUBLIC. 

Officers. — Commander, John M. Brewer, Post 1, Norwich, 
Senior Vice-Commander, Oscar W. Cornish, Post 49, Waterbury. 
Junior Vice-Commander, Addison I. McKee, Post 53, Middle- 
town; Medical Director, M. W. Robinson, M.D., Post 9, Col- 
chester; Chaplain, Rev. T. C. Druley, Post 44, Stafford Springs; 
Official Staff. — Ass't Adjutant-General, John H. Thacher, Post 
50, Hartford; Ass't Quartermaster-General, Wm. E. Morgan; 

Post 17, New Haven; Inspector, , , ; 

Judge Advocate, S. H. Seward, Post 54, Putnam; Chief Muster- 
ing Officer, A. W. Converse, Post 67, Windsor Locks; Senior 
Aid-de Camp, Warren Lee Goss, Post 1, Norwich. 

ROSTER OF POSTS. 

No. Name. Location. Commander. 

1 Sedgwick, Norwich,, Loren A. Gallup. 

2 Nathaniel Lyon, Hartford, DeWitt C. Graves. 

3 Elias Howe, Jr., Bridgeport, James Wheeler. 

4 Drake, So. Manchester, John H. Bilson. 

5 E. A. Doolittle, Cheshire, George N. Griffin. 

7 Mason Rogers, Branford, Edward J. Bird. 

8 Merriam, Meriden, Frank Hancock. 

9 Morton A. Taintor, Colchester, Henry A. Eastman. 

11 Stanley, New Britain, E. A. Alpress. 

12 Buckingham, Norwalk, John Henry. 

13 Gilbert W. Thompson, Bristol, Wm. Hubbell. 

14 Upton, New Milford, Minor A. Strong. 

16 Trumbull, Southington, Thomas Walker. 

17 Admiral Foote, New Haven, Charles B. Foster. 

18 James E. Moore, Danbury, Fred W. Goodale. 



282 


• 

- 

MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 


No. 


Name. 


Location. 


Commander. 


23 


Hobbie, 


Stamford, 


Charles J. Brown. 


24 


Lombard, 


Greenwich, 


N. L. Husted. 


25 


Mather, 


Deep River, 


Joseph S. Lynde. 


26 


Kellogg, 


Derby, 


D. F. Lynch. 


27 


McGregor, 


Danielson, 


Wm. N. Arnold. 


28 


Nathan Hale, 


South Coventry, 


Hudson Husted. 


30 


Francis S. Long, 


Willimantic, 


Charles Fenton. 


33 


Palmer, 


Winsted, 


Darwin C. Andrews. 


34 


L. W. Steele, 


Torrington, 


A. Gray. 


36 


Arthur H. Dutton, 


Wallingford, 


S. L. Hall. 


39 


George Van Horn, 


Milford, 


R. S. Baldwin. 


40 


Upson, 


Seymour, 


W. W. Smith. 


42 


Parmelee, 


Guilford, 


A. G. Sommer. 


43 


Isbell, 


Naugatuck, 


Noyes S. Wilmot. 


44 


Winter, 


Stafford Springs 


, John C. Cleveland. 


45 


Byron D. Smith, 


Voluntown, 


George W. Rouse. 


46 


Custer, 


Sandy Hook, 


Chas. E. Hawley. 


47 


W. W. Perkins, 


New London, 


E. N. Crocker. 


48 


Douglass Fowler, 


South Norwalk, 


Stephen Wilcox. 


49 


Wadhams, 


Waterbury, 


E. A. Pendleton. 


50 


Robert O. Tyler, 


Hartford, 


Adrian P. Sloan. 


51 


Marvin Wait, 


Killingly, 


E. Moffltt. 


52 


Henry C. Merwin, 


New Haven, 


William Holmes. 


53 


Mansfield, 


Middletown, 


Charles L. Sage. 


54 


A. G. Warner, 


Putnam, 


Henry B. Cole. 


55 


Williams, 


Mystic, 


R. S. Watrous. 


56 


Samuel Brown, 


Thompsonville, 


John Loring. 


57 


Newton S. Manross 


, Forestville,. 


J. F. Douglass. 


58 


O. H. Knight, 


Lakeville, 


H. H. Mason. 


59 


John M. Gregory, 


Sharon, 


C. C. Dean. 


60 


David S. Cowles, 


Canaan, 


F. L. Sackett. 


61 


Samuel P. Ferriss, 


New Canaan, 


Wm. W. Jones. 


62 


A. E. Burnside, 


Unionville, 


J. T. Ball. 


63 


Harry McDonough, 


Westport, 


P. R. Foote. 


65 


D. C. Rodman, 


East Hartford, 


George A. Starks. 


66 


John M. Morris, 


Wethersfield, 


Charles S. Robinson. 


67 


J. H. Converse, 


Windsor Locks, 


Addison Lamphere. 


68 


C. L. Russell, 


Thomaston, 


N. J. Gailley. 


71 


Burpee, 


Rockville, 


W. J. Wood. 


72 


Chapman, 


Westbrook, 


Z. E. Morgan. 


74 


D. P. Corbin, 


Mashapaug, 


J. B. Winch. 


75 


T. M. Redshaw, 


Ansonia, 


Daniel T. Johnson. 


76 


Gem Von Steinwehr 


, New Haven, 


Chas. Weidig. 


77 


James B. Kilbourn, 


Central Village, 


C. M. Arnold. 


78 


Edwin R. Lee, 


New Hartford, 


John Cruess. 


79 


Thomas G. Brown, 


Chaplin, 


Thomas W. Hewling. 


80 


Setb F. Plumb, 


Litchfield, 


J. W. Wheeler. 


81 


Hancock, 


Pawcatuck, 


Francis T. Brightman. 


82 


J. F. Trumbull, 


Stonington, 


Charles Holts. 



MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. 288 

Commander. 
John E. Chase. 
R. M. BeckVith. 
S. L. Scofield. 
G. B. Marble. 
Charles F. McHan. 



No. 


Name. 


Location. 


83 
84 
85 


Joseph R. Toy, 
H. W. Kingsbury, 
William T. Miner, 


Simsbury, 

Lyme, 

Stamford, 


86 
87 


Elisha Johnson, 
Nelson L. White, 


Willington, 
Danbury. 



284 NATIONAL BANKS. 



NATIONAL BANKS. 



Examiner, Michael F. Doolet, Hartford. 

ANSONIA: 

Ansonia Nat.— Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $100,000. 
Pres., Charles H. Pine. Cash., Fred. M. Drew. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

BRIDGEPORT : 

Bridgeport Nat.— Capital, $215,850. Surplus, $112,000. 
Pres., T. B. DeForest. Cash., F. N. Benham. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 10 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

City Nat.— Capital, $250,000. Surplus, $212,000. 
Pres., E. G. Sanford. Cash., Fred'k J. Banks. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

Connecticut Nat.— Capital $332,100. Surplus, $100,000. 
Pres., S. W. Baldwin. Cash., H. S. Shelton. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

First Nat.— Capital, $210,000. Surplus, $105,000. 
Pres., Wm. E. Seeley. Cash., O. H. Brothwell. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

Pequonnock Nat.— Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $100,000. 
Pres., David Trubee. Cash., Isaac B. Prindle. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

BRISTOL : 

Bristol Nat. — Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $50,000. 
Pres , J. H. Sessions. Cash., C. S. Treadway. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 10 per cent. 

Discount days, daily. 

CLINTON: 

Clinton Nat.— Capital, $75,000. Surplus, $20,000. 
Pres., L. L. Hull, Cash., E. E. Post. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6£ per cent. 

Discount day, Wednesday. 



NATIONAL BANKS. 285 

D ANBURY: 

Danbury Nat.— Capital, $327,000. Surplus, $73,000. 
Pres., Samuel H. Rundle. Cash., Jabez Amsbury. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Saturday. 

Nat. Pahquioque — Capital, $250,000. Surplus, $50,000. 
Pres., Alfred N. Wildman. Cash , Martin H. Griffing. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount day, Wednesday. 

DANIELSON: 

First Nat. of Killingly.— Capital, $110,000. Surplus, $12,000. 
Pres., Abner Young. Cash., H. N. Clemons. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 5 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

Windham Co. Nat.— Capital, $50,000. Surplus, $1,000. 
Pres., C. S. Burlingame. Cash., C. P. Backus. 

Dividends paid in 1895, none. 

Discount day, Wednesday. 

DEEP RIVER: 

Deep River Nat.— Capital, $150,000. Surplus, $40,000. 
Pres., R. P. Spencer. Cash., R. L. Selden, Jr. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

DERBY: 

Birmingham Nat.— Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $200,000. 
Pres., Chas. H Nettleton. Cash., Chas. E. Clark. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 10 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

EAST HADDAM: 

New England Nat,— Capital, $130,000. Surplus, $10,000. 

Undivided profits, $3,519.52. 
Pres., Julius Attwood. Cash., James H. Morton. 

Dividends paid in 1895, none. 

Discount day, Monday, one o'clock p. m. 

FALLS VILLAGE : 

Iron Nat.— Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $40,000. 
Pres., Almon C. Randall. Cash., Dwight E. Dean. 

Dividends paid in 1895, six per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

HARTFORD : 

^Etna Nat.— Capital, $525,000. Surplus, $300,000. 
Pres. A. G. Loomis. Cash., A. Spencer, Jr. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 



286 NATIONAL BANKS. 

American Nat. — Capital, $600,000. Surplus, $253,000. 
Pres., Rowland Swift. Cash., Joseph H. King. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

Charter Oak Nat. —Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $87,500. 
Pres., J. P. Taylor. Cash., M. A. Andrews. 

Dividends paid in 1895, none. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

Farmers and Mechanics Nat. —Capital, $500,000. Surplus, 

$100,000. Undivided profits, $45,000. 
Pres., John G. Root. Cash., Wm. W. Smith. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

First Nat. — Capital, $650,000. Surplus, $130,000. 
Pres , James H. Knight. Cash., Charles D. Riley. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

Hartford Nat. — Capital, $1,200,000. Surplus, $695,083.73. 
Pres., James Bolter. Cash., W. S. Bridgman. 

Dividends paid, in 1895, 7 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

Mercantile Nat.— Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $45,000. 
Pres., James B. Powell. Cash., Edwin Brower. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 4 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 

Nat. Exchange. — Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $150,000. 
Pres., John R. Redfield. Cash., William S. Wooster. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 7 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

Phoenix Nat. — Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus, $500,000. 
Pres., Henry A. Redfield. Cash., Frederic L. Bunce. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6£ per cent. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

LITCHFIELD : 

First Nat. — Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $40,000. 
Pres., Charles B. Andrews. Cash., Charles E. Wilson. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, all business days. 

MERIDEN : 

First Nat. —Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $160,000. 
Pres., John D. Billard. Cash., Charles L. Rockwell. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 7 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 



NATIONAL BANK8. 287 

Home Nat. — Capital, $600,000. Surplus, $120,000. 
Pres., A. Chamberlain. Cash., J. S. Norton, Jr. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 7 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 

Meriden Nat. — Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $85,000. 
Pres., Owen B. Arnold. Cash., Geo. M. Clark. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Wednesday. 

MIDDLETOWN : 

Central Nat. of Middletown.— Capital, $150,000. Surplus, 

$50,000. 
Pres., A. C. Markham. Cash., R. C. Markham. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

First Nat. — Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $50,000. 
Pres., Seth H. Butler. Cash., Edward G. Camp. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

Middletown Nat. — Capital, $369,300. Surplus, $150,000. 
Pres., M. B. Copeland. Cash., Wm. H. Burrows. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

Middlesex Co. Nat. —Capital, $350,000. Surplus, $70,000, 
Pres., James K. Guy. Cash., Walter B. Hubbard. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 5 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday, 11 a. m. 

MYSTIC : 

Mystic River Nat. — Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $20,000. 
Pres., F. M. Manning. Cash., Henry B. Noyes. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 7 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 

tf AUGATUCK : 

Naugatuck Nat. — Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $40,000. 
Pres., Geo. A. Lewis. Cash., A. H. Dayton. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

NEW BRITAIN : 

Mechanics Nat. —Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $25,000. 
Pres., J. B. Talcott. Cash., W. E. Atwood. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

New Britain Nat. —Capital, $310,000. Surplus, $155,000. 
Pres., A. J. Sloper. Cash., E. N. Stanley. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 9 per cent. 

Discount days, every business day. 



288 NATIONAL BANKS. 

NEW CANAAN: 

First Nat. —Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $15,200. 
Pres., Russell L. Hall. Cash., S. Y. St. John. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, every business day. 

NEW HAVEN: 

First Nat.— Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $200,000. 
Pres., Pierce N. Welch. Cash., Fred. B. Bunnell. 

Dividends paid in 1895, — per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

Merchants Nat. — Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $75,000. 
Pres., C. S. Mersick. Cash., D. A. Alden. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 5 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

New Haven Nat. —Capital, $464,800. Surplus, $203,000. 
Pres., Wilbur F. Day. Cash., Robert I. Couch. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 10 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

Nat. Tradesmens— Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $120,000. 

Undivided profits, $35,059.39. 
Pres., George A. Butler. Cash., William T. Fields. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

New Haven County Nat. — Capital, $350,000. Surplus, 

$200,000. 
Pres., Ezekiel G. Stoddard. Cash., H. G. Redfield. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 7 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday, a. m. 

Second Nat. — Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $370,000. 
Pres., Arthur D. Osborne. Cash., Charles A. Sheldon. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 10 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

Yale Nat. — Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $150,000. 
Pres., S. E. Merwin. Cash., J. A. Richardson. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 7 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

NEW LONDON: 

Nat. Bank of Commerce. — Capital, $300,000. Surplus 

and profits, $135,314.48. 
Pres., Charles Barns. Cash., George B. Prest. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 7 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

Nat. Whaling. — Capital, $150,000. Surplus, $40,000. 
Pres., S. D. Lawrence. Cash., B. A. Copp. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 10 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Thursday. 



NATIONAL BANK8. 289 

New London City Nat.— Capital, $100,000. Surplus, |30,000. 

Undivided profits, $21,912. 
Pres., J. N. Harris. Cash., W. H. Rowe. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 7 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

NEW MILFORD: 

First Nat. — Capital, $125,000. Surplus, $25,000. 
Pres., A. B. Mygatt. Cash., H. S. Mygatt. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, daily. 

NORWALK : 

Central Nat. — Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $19,000. 
Pres., Geo. M. Holmes. Cash., fm. A. Curtis. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Saturday. 

Fairfield County Nat. — Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $8,400. 
Pres., Edwin O. Keeler. Cash., L. C. Green. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

Nat. Bank of Norwalk — Capital, $240,000. Surplus, $44,500. 
Pres., Ebenezer Hill. Cash., H. P. Price. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 

NORWICH: 

First Nat. — Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $60,000. 
Pres., Charles Bard. Cash., Lewis A. Hyde. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

Merchants Nat. — Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $20,000. 
Pres., J. Hunt Smith. Cash., Chas. H. Phelps. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

Second Nat. —Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $33,400. 
Pres., Chas. P. Cogswell. Cash., Ira L. Peck. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

Thames Nat. — Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus, $600,000. 
Pres., Edward N. Gibbs. Cash., Chas. W. Gale. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount day, . 

Uncas Nat.— Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $20,000. 
Pres., Daniel B. Spaulding. Cash., Walter Fuller. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6| per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 
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290 NATIONAL BANKS. 

PAWCATUCK : (P. O., Westerly, R. I.) 

Pawcatuck Nat— Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $11,000. 
Pres., Peleg Clarke. Cash., J. A. Brown. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 5 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

PORTLAND. 

First Nat.— Capital, $150,000. Surplus, $30,000. 
Pres., F. Gildersleeve. Cash., Jno. H. Sage. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 percent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

PUTNAM : 

First Nat.— Capital, $150,000. Surplus, $60,000. 
Pres., James W. Manning. Cash., John A. Carpenter. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount days, every day. 

Thompson Nat.— Capital, $75,000. Surplus, $6,200. 
Pres., George H. Nichols. Cash., Charles Arnold. 

Dividends paid in 1895, none. 

Discount day, first and third Monday in each month. 

ROCKVILLE : 

First Nat.— Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $40,000. 
Pres., George Talcott. Cash., John H. Kite. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Thursday. 

Rockville Nat.— Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $36,000. 
Pres., A. Park Hammond. Cash., C. E. Harwood. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

SOUTHINGTON : 

Southins;ton Nat. — Capital, $100,000. Surplus and undi- 
vided profits, $25,000. 
Pres., Charles D. Barnes. Cash., L. K. Curtis. 
Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 
Discount day, Wednesday. 

SOUTH NORWALK : 

City Nat.— Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $60,000. 
Pres., Robert H. Rowan. Cash., Jacob M. Layton. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 

First Nat.— Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $20,000. 
Pres., Russell Frost. Cash., Charles E. Ferris. 

Dividends paid in 1895. 5 per cent. 

Discount day, second Thursday in every month. 



NATIONAL BANKS. 291 

SOUTHPORT : 

Southport Nat.— Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $40 : 000. 
Pres., E. C. Sherwood. Cash., Oliver T. Sherwood. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 12 per cent. 

Discount days, 

STAFFORD SPRINGS : 

First Nat.— Capita], $50,000. Surplus, $9,000. 
Pres., Charles L. Dean. Cash., F. G. Sanford. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 3 per cent. 

Discount day. Saturday. 

STAMFORD : 

First Nat.— Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $178,000. 
Pres., A. R. Turkington. Cash., Harry Bell. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 12 per cent. 

Discount days, every business day. 

Stamford Nat.— Capital, $202,020. Surplus, $100,000. 
Pres., Chas. A. Hawley. Cash., John B. Reed, Jr. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 10 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

STONINGTON : 

First Nat.— Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $67,000. 
Pres., Wm. J. H. Pollard. Cash., N. A. Pendleton. 
Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 
Discount day, first Monday in each month. 

SUFFIELD : 

First Nat.— Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $50,000. 
Pres., I. Luther Spencer. Cash., C. S. Fuller. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount day, 

THOMASTON : 

Thomaston Nat.— Capital, $50,000. 
Pres., A. J. Hine. Cash., F. J. Roberts. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 3 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

WALLINGFORD : 

First Nat— Capital, $150,000. Surplus, $28,068.31. 
Pres., W. J. Leavenworth. Cash., W. H. Newton. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

WATERBURY: 

Citizens' Nat.— Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $100,000. Un- 
divided profits, $12,000. 
Pres., F. J. Kingsbury. Cash., F. L. Curtis. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount day, Wednesday. 



292 NATIONAL BANKS. 

Fourth Nat. — Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000. 
Pres., D. 8. Plume. Cash., B. G. Bryan. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, . 

Manufacturers' Nat.— Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $20,000. 
Pres., David B. Hamilton. Cash., Chas. F. Mitchell. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 8 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 

WaterburyNat —Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $250,000. 
Pres., Augustus S. Chase. Cash., Augustus M. Blakesley. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 10 per cent. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

WESTPORT: 

First Nat. — Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $60,000. 
Pres., Horace Staples. Cash., B. L. Woodworth. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 

WEST WINSTED: 

Hurlbut Nat. — Capital, $205,000. Surplus, $102,500. 
Pres., Henry Gay. Cash., C. B. Holmes. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 10 per cent. 

Discount day (every business day). 

WILLIMANT1C: 

First Nat. — In liquidation. 

Windham Nat. — Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $40,000. 
Pres., Guilford Smith. Cash., H. Clinton Lathrop. 
Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 
Discount day, daily. 

WINSTED: 

First Nat. — Capital, $75,000. Surplus, $11,800. 
Pres., David Strong. Cash., Frank D. Hallett. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 



STATE BANKS. 



STATE BANKS. 



ESSEX : 

Saybrook.— Capital, $50,000. Surplus, $5,000. 
Pres., James Phelps. Cash., Louis P. Parker. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount day, Monday. 

HARTFORD : 

City.— Capital, $440,000. Surplus, $150,000. 

Pres , Gustavus F Davis. Cash., Charles T. Welles. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

Conn. River Banking Co.— Capital, $150,000. Surplus, 

$70,000. 
Pres., Samuel E. Elmore. Cash., H. W. Erving. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 5 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

State.— Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $80,000. 
Pres., Geo. F. Hills. Cash., George H. Burt. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 

Discount days, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

United States,— Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $266,000. 
Pres , H. L. Bunce. Cash , F. G. Sexton. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 12 per cent. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 

NEW HAVEN : 

City.— Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $60,000. 
Pres., Geo. W. Curtis. Cash., Samuel Lloyd. Asst. Cash., 
Chas. E. Curtis. 
Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 
Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

Mechanics.— Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $35,000. 
Pres., Charles S. Leete. Cash., Chas. H. Trowbridge. 

Dividends paid in 1895, 5 per cent. 

Discount days, Wednesday and Saturday. 

NEW LONDON : 

Union.— Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $40,000. 
Pres., Robert Coit. Cash., J Lawrence Chew. 
Dividends paid in 1895, 6 per cent. 
Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 



294 TRUST AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES. 

TRUST AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES. 

Connecticut Trust and Safe Deposit Co. (Hartford). 
Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $200,000. Undivided profits, $14,- 
693.14. Pres., Meigs H. Whaples; Vice Pres., Jacob L. Greene; 
Treas., John P. Wheeler; Asst. Treas., Hosmer P. Redfield; Sec- 
retary and Manager Trust Dept., Henry S. Robinson. 

The Fidelity Company (Hartford). Capital, $50,000 (20 per 
cent, paid in). Surplus, Jan. 1, 1896, $114,697.77. Pres. and 
Treas., Edmund A. Stedman; Vice-Pres., John M. Holcomb. 

Greenwich Trust, Loan and Deposit Co. Capital, $50,- 
000. Undivided profits, $57,341.86. Pres., R. J. Walsh; Sec. 
and Treas., Alfred A. Rundle. 

Hartford Trust Co. Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $137, 
117.31. Pres., Ralph W. Cutler; Vice Pres., Charles M. Joslyn; 
Sec. and Treas., Frank C. Sumner. 

Home Trust Co. (Derby). Capital, $25,000, Surplus, $5,000. 
Undivided profits, $2,294.55. Pres., H. Holton Wood; Vice- 
Pres., Chas. E. Clark; Sec. and Treas., Chas. N. Downs. 

The Iowa Mortgage Co. (Hartford). Capital, $100,000. Sur- 
plus. $4,973.81. Pres., Jeffery O. Phelps; Vice Pres., George 
W. Bawden; Sec. and Treas., Jeffery O. Phelps, Jr. 

Loan and Guarantee Co. of Conn. (Hartford). Capital, 
$100,000. Pres., Frank E. Johnson; Treas., Charles T. Welles; 
Sec, Herbert M. Case. 

Merchants Loan and Trust Co. (Willimantic). In liquida- 
tion. 

Meriden Trust and Safe Deposit Co. Capital, $50,000; 
paid in $25,000. Surplus, $5,000. Pres., Walter Hubbard; Sec. 
and Treas. , Charles L. Rockwell. 

The Middlesex Banking Co. (Middletown). Capital paid in, 
$605,800; subscribed, $807,700. Surplus, $150,000. Undivided 
profits, $5,798.25. Pres., Robert N. Jackson; Vice-Prests., M. 
E. Vinton, Charles E. Jackson; no treasurer; Sec, D. T. Haines; 
Asst. Sec, E. A. Gladwin. 

Mortgage Investment Co. of Conn. (Hartford). Capital, 
$123,000. Pres., Charles T. Wells; Treas., Edward D. Robbins; 
Sec, A. J. Broughel, Jr. 

The New England Mortgage Security Co. (Brooklyn)* 
Capital, $1,000,000. Pres., J. F. F. Brewster; Treas., J. P. R- 
Sherman; Sec and Asst. Treas., Clarence A. Potter. 

Security Company (Hartford). Capital, $200,000. Reserve 
Fund, $100,000. Undivided profits, $32,390. Pres., John C. 
Parsons; Vico-Pres. and Treas., Atwood Collins; Asst. Treas., 
Chas. Edw. Prior. 



TRUST AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES. 295 

Stamford Trust Co. Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $25,000. 
Undivided profits, $27,473.95. Pres., John A. Brown; Vice- 
Pres., Walter Ferguson; Treas., Walter D. Daskam. 

Thames Loan and Trust Co. (Norwich). In liquidation. 

Thompsonville Trust Co. Capital, $25,000. Surplus, $15,- 
000. Pres., Lyman A. Upson; Sec, Treas.. and Cash., Willis 
Gowdy. 

Union Trust Company (New Haven). Capital, $100,000. 
Surplus, $25,000. Pres., Henry L. Hotchkiss; Sec. and Treas., 
Wm. T. Bartlett; Asst. Treas.,' Eugene S. Bristol. 



296 SAYINGS BANKS. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



Total Amount of Deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $145,259,858.34. 



Berlin Savings Bank (Kensington). Pres., William Bulk- 
eley. Treas., Willis H. Upson. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 
1896, $205,871.67; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 
1895, ±i per cent. ; surplus, $22,659.90. 

Branford Savings Bank. Pres., John Hutchinson. Treas., 
Walter Foote. Amount of deposits January 1, 1896, $51,672.89; 
interest payable Jan. and Julv; rate paid in 1895, 4 percent.; 
surplus, $1,552.98. 

Bridgeport Savings Bank. Pres., Samuel C. Trubee. 
Treas., Alexander Hawley. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$4,004,504.15; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 
4i per cent.; surplus, $150,000. 

Bristol Savings Bank. Pres., Henry A. Seymour. Treas., 
Miles Lewis Peck. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $1,666,- 
907.52; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4-£ per 
cent.; surplus, $50,000. Undivided profits, $59,286. 

Brooklyn Savings Bank. Pres., Marvin H. Sanger. Treas., 
C. A. Potter. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $895,771.07; in- 
terest payable March and September; rate paid in 1895, 4 per 
cent. ; surplus, $26,000. 

Burritt Savings Bank, New Britain. Pres., L. Hoyt Pease. 
Treas., W. E. Atwood. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $174,- 
160.12; interest payable April and October; rate paid in 1895, 4£ 
percent.; surplus, $1,500. 

Canaan Savings Bank. Pres., John B. Reed. Treas., 
Joseph W. Peet. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $176,670.44; 
interest payable April and October; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent. ; 
surplus, $6,060.23. 

Chelsea Savings Bank, Norwich. Pres., Edward Harland. 
Treas., George D. Coit. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $5,- 
344,664.03; interest payable March and September; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $165,000. 

Chester Savings Bank. Pres., Charles L. Griswold. Treas., 
Edward C. Hungerford. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$224,575.97; interest payable February and August; rate paid in 
1895, 4£ per cent.; surplus, $11,000. 

Citizens Savings Bank, Stamford. Pres., Chas. Gaylor. 
Treas., Henry V. Riker. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$1,937,891.46; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 
4 per cent. ; eurplus, $60,000. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 297 

City Savings Bank, Bridgeport. Pres., David F. Hollister. 
Treas., William B. Hincks. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$3,461,024.17; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 

1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $108,000. 

City Savings Bank, Meriden. Pres., John D. Billard. Treas., 
Floyd Curtis. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $1,518,748.46; 
interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; 
surplus, $45,000. 

Colchester Savings Bank. Pres., A. A. Baker. Treas., J. 
N. Adams. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $236,762.86; inter- 
est payable April and October; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent on 
all under $2,000, and 3 per cent, on all over $2,000; surplus, 
$6,000. 

Collinsville Savings Society. Pres., Geo. W. Flint. 
Treas., John D. Andrews. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$605,501.63; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 
U per cent., surplus, $36,000. 

Connecticut Savings Bank, New Haven. Pres., Burton 
Mansfield. Treas., Elliott H. Morse. Amount of deposits Jan. 
1, 1896, $5,718,629.79; interest payable Jan. and Julv; rate paid 
in 1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $412,432.72. 

Deep River Savings Bank. Pres., AsaR. Shailer. Treas., 
Henry R. Wooster. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $1,203,- 
075.26; interest payable May and November: rate paid in 1895, 4 
percent.; surplus, $45,811.57. 

Derby Savings Bank. Pres., Wm. E. Downes. Treas., 
Thomas S. Birdseye. Amount of deposits Jan 1, 1896, $2,436,- 
149.00; interest pavable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4i and 
3£ per cent. ; surplus, $70,000. 

Dime Savings Bank of Cromwell. Pres., George S. Wil- 
cox. Treas., Arthur Boardman. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 

1896, $130,741.90; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $8,000. 

Dime Savings Bank op Hartford. Pres., Alfred E. Burr. 
Treas., Thomas M. Smith. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$874,809.25; interest payable April and October; rate paid in 

1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $25,000. 

Dime Savings Bank of Norwich. Pres., Edward R. Thomp- 
son. Treas., Frank L. Woodward. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 

1896, $1,874,392.74; interest payable May and November; rate 
paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $62,500; profit and loss, $38,- 
493.34. 

Dime Savings Bank of Wallingford. Pres., L. M. Hub- 
bard. Treas., Leonard B. Bishop. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 
1896, $427,545 23; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $30,376.29. 



298 SAVINGS BANKS. 

Dime Sayings Bank of Waterbury. Pres., Henry H. Peck. 
Treas., Guernsey S. Pars©ns. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$2,832,431.98 ; interest payable April and October; rate paid in 

1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $90,000. 

Essex Savings Bank. Pies., J. H. Tucker. Treas., E. W. 
Redfield. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $632,933.32; interest 
payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent. ; sur- 
plus, $25,000. 

Fairfield County Savings Bank, Norwalk. Pres., Asa B- 
Woodward. Treas., Jas. H. Bailey. Amount of deposits Jan. 
1, 1896, $653,364.86 ; interest payable April and October ; rate 
paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $20,000. 

Falls Village Savings Bank. Pres., E. W. Spurr. Treas., 
U. H. Miner. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $649,013.00; in 
terest payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; 
surplus, $32,000. 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Savings Bank, Middletown. 
Pres., John M. Douglas. Treas., Fred B. Chaffee. Amount of 
deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $2,315,000 ; interest payable February and 
August; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $100,000. 

Farmington Savings Bank. Pres., Franklin Wheeler. 
Treas., Julius Gay. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $2,954,- 
249.88; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4^ 
per cent. ; surplus, $88,000. 

Freestone Savings Bank, Portland. Pres., F. Gildersleeve. 
Treas., Jno. H. Sage. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $427,- 
481.90; interest payable February and August; rate paid in 1895, 
4 per cent. ; surplus, $20,500. 

Greenwich Savings Bank. Pres., Robert M. Bruce. Treas., 
Mark Banks. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $185,931.20; in- 
terest payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent. 
on $2,000, 3 per cent, on over $2,000; surplus, $8,156.56. 

Groton Savings Bank, Mystic. Pres. , Henry B. JNoyes ; 
Treas., A. H. Simmons. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $745,- 
598.63; interest payable April and October; rate paid in 1895, 4 
per cent. ; surplus, $34,802.55. 

Guilford Savings Bank. Pres., E. H. Butler. Treas., Chas. 
Griswold. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $180,244.63; inter- 
est payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent. ; sur- 
plus, $6,500. 

Higganum Savings Bank. Pres., George M. Clapk. Treas., 
Clement S. Hubbard. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $15,- 
260.70; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4^ 
percent.; surplus, $2,102.30. 

Industrial Savings Bank, Bridgeport. Pres., Patrick 
Coughlin. Treas., J. F. Noble. Amount of deposits January 1, 

1896, $2,960.12; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 299 

Jewett City Sayings Bank. Pres., H. L. Reade. Treas., 
F. E. Robinson. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $757,247.73; 
interest payable April and October; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; 
surplus, $50,000. 

Litchfield Sayings Society. Pres., Geo M. Woodruff. 
Treas., Geo. H. Trowbridge. Amount of deposits Oct. 1, 1896.* 
$1,122,047.56; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 

1895, 4£ percent.; surplus, $34,000. 

Mariners' Sayings Bank, New London. Pres., Daniel D. 
Latham. Treas., John E. Darrow. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 

1896, $1,967,742.78; interest payable March and September; rate 
paid in 1895, 4 per cent, on $3,000 and less, and 3 per cent, on 
excess of $3,000 ; surplus, $111,330. 

Mechanics' Sayings Bank op Hartford. Pres., Daniel 
Phillips. Treas., Ward W.Jacobs. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 
1896, $3,554,213.35 ; interest payable January and July ; rate 
paid in 1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $116,414.41. 

Mechanics' Sayings Bank, Winsted. Pres., C. B. Hallett. 
Treas., Lyman R. Norton. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896. 
$966,215.13; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $20,000. 

Mechanics' & Farmers' Sayings Bank, Bridgeport. Pres., 
D. N. Morgan. Treas., L. S. Catlin. Amount of deposits Jan. 
1, 1896, $1,519,431 74 ; interest payable January and July; rate 
paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $29,071.85. 

Meriden Sayings Bank. Pres., Levi E. Coe. Treas., W. 
H. Catlin. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $2,760,919.79; in- 
terest payable January and July; "rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; 
surplus and profit and loss, $269,520.64. 

Middletown Sayings Bank. Pres., Geo. A. Coles. Treas., 
Henry H. Smith. Amount of deposits January 1, 1896, $6,235,- 
091.00; interest payable May and November; rate paid in 1895, 
4 per cent.; surplus, and profit and loss, $537,846. 

Milford Savings Bank. Pres., George Miles Gunn. Treas., 
William Cecil Durand. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $268,- 
289.57; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 
per cent. ; surplus, $12,339.41. 

Moodus Savings Bank. Pres., Charles E. Brownell. Treas., 
Eugene W. Chaffee. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $310,- 
473.05; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 
per cent, ; surplus, $7,000. 

National Savings Bank, New Haven. Pres., Maier Zun- 
der. Treas., Julius Twiss. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$1,475,657.21; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $55,000. 

* From Bank Commissioners' report. No return for this volume. 



300 SAVINGS BANKS. 

Naugatuck Savings Bank. Pres., Wm. Ward. Treas., A. 
C. Tuttle. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $718,211.40; inter- 
est payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4J per cent.; 
surplus, $21,000. 

New Canaan Savings Bank. Pres., Edwin Hoyt. Treas., 
Geo. F. Lockwood. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $80,557.18; 
interest payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per 
cent. ; surplus, $3,425. 

New Haven Co-operative Savings Fund and Loan Asso- 
ciation. Pres., Henry F. Peck. Treas., John A. Richardson. 
Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896. $46,182.74; interest payable in 
March; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $22.90. 

New Haven Savings Bank. Pres., Samuel E Merwin. 
Treas., Robert A. Brown. Amount of deposits January 1, 1895, 
$8,711,827.47; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 

1894, 4 per cent, on $2,000 and less, 3 per cent, on over $2,000; 
surplus, $300,000. 

New Milford Savings Bank. Prest., Ralph E. Canfield- 
Treas., H. LeRoy Randall Amount of deposits Jan. 1,1896* 
$1,034,946.85; interest payable April and October; rate paid in 

1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $68,000. 

Newtown Savings Bank. Pres., Philo Clarke. Treas. 
Charles H. Northrop. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$608,862; interest payable April and October; rate paid in 1895, 
4 per cent. ; surplus, $18,000. 

Norfolk Savings Bank. Pres., , (Vice-Pres., Ralph I. 

Crissey). Treas., M. N. Clark. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$158,347.74; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $8,500. 

Norwalk Savings Society. Pres., George M. Holmes. 
Treas., George E. Miller. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$2,421,580.81; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $100,000 

Norwich Savings Society. Pres , John Mitchell. Treas., 
CostelloLippitt. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $10,811,026.61; 
interest payable January and July; rate paid in 1895, - per 
cent.; surplus, $325,000. Profit and loss, $487,783.10. 

People's Savings Bank, Bridgeport. Pres., William E. 
Seeley. Treas., Edward W. Marsh. Amount of deposits Jan. 
1, 1896, $2,717,531.65; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid 
in 1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $104,000. 

People's Savings Bank, Middletown. Pres., S. M. Bacon. 
Treas., W. K. Bacon. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $586.47; 
surplus, .44; no interest paid in 1895. 

People's Savings Bank, Pawcatuck. Pres., Peleg S. Barber. 
Treas., J. A. Brown. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$117,150.08; interest payable April and Oct. ; rate paid in 1895, 
4 per cent. ; surplus, $1,650. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 301 

People's Savings Bank, Rockville. Pres., George M. Paulk. 
Treas., E. Stevens Henry. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$468,451 48; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4J- 
percent.; surplus, $1,100. 

Putnam Savings Bank. Pres., John H. Gardner. Treas., 
Jerome Tourtellotte. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $1,648,- 
905.55; interest payable April and October; rate paid in 1895, 4 
percent.; surplus, $52,500. 

Ridgefield Savings Bank. Pres., Lewis H. Bailey. Treas., 
D. Smith Sholes. Amounts of deposits, Jan. 1, 1896, $303,758.76; 
interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; 
surplus, $16,300. 

Salisbury Savings Society (Lakeville). Pres., George B. 
Burrall. Treas., Thomas L. Norton. Amount of deposits Jan. 
1, 1896, $680,316.50; interest payable April and Oct. ; rate paid 
in 1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $12,670.02. 

Savings Bank op Ansonia. Pres. William B. Bristol. 
Treas., Franklin Burton. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$1,174,129.69; interest payable January and July; rate paid in 

1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $35,215.99. 

Saving Bank op D anbury. Pres., John W. Bacon. Treas., 
Henry C. Ryder. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $2,676,- 
859.91; interest payable April and Oct.; rate paid in 1895, 4 per 
cent. ; surplus, $160,000. 

Savings Bank op New Britain. Pres., Levi S. Wells. 
Treas., Wm. F. Walker. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$2,632,685.66; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 
4i per cent.; surplus, $100,000. 

Savings Bank op New London. Pres., William H. Chap- 
man. Treas., Walter Learned. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 

1896, $4,505,144.32; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $389,911.94. 

Savings Bank op Rockville. Pres., B. H. Bill. Treas., L. 
Bissell. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $1,440,291.02; inter- 
est payable April and Oct., rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; sur- 
plus, $50,000. 

Savings Bank op Stafford Springs. Pres., Chas. Warren. 
Treas., Alvarado Howard. Amount of deposits, Jan. 1, 1896, 
$401,800.81; interest payable April and Oct.; rate paid in 1895, 
H per cent. ; surplus, $13,000. 

Savings Bank of Tolland. Pres., Charles Underwood. 
Treas., Frank T. Newcomb. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$160,397.27; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 
4£ per cent.; surplus, $5,000.00. 

Suelton Savings Bank. Pres., Watson J. Miller. Treas., J. 
Tomlinson. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $50,753.56 ; inter- 
est payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4i per cent.; sur- 
plus, $105. 



302 SAVINGS BANKS. 

Society for Savings, Hartford. Pres., John C. Parsons 
Treas., A. E. Hart. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $16,413,- 
293.73 ; interest payable June and Dec ; rate paid in 1895, 4 
per cent. ; surplus, $652,839.89. 

Southington Savings Bank. Pres., W. S. Plumb. Treas., 
L. B. Neal. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $971,114.22; inter- 
est payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4^ per cent.; sur- 
plus, $40,000. 

South Norwalk Savings Bank. Pres., Alden Solmans. 
Treas., John H Knapp. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$796,482.22; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 
percent.; surplus, $80,000. 

Southport Savings Bank. Pres., John H. Perry. Treas., 
Charles C. Perry. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $638,589.96; 
interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; 
surplus, $20,000. 

Stafford Savings Bank, Stafford Springs. Pres., Edwin C. 
Pinney. Treas., Chas. F. Harwood. Amount of deposits Jan. 
1, 1896, $504,721.53; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 

1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $16,000. 

Stamford Savings Bank. Pres., Geo. H. Hoyt. Treas., 
Franklin Miller. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $2,663,- 
362.28; interest payable April and Oct. ; rate paid in 1895, 4 per 
cent. ; surplus, $190,000. 

State Savings Bank, Hartford. Pres., Gustavus F. Davis. 
Treas., John W. Stedman. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$4,127,687.40; interest payable Feb. and Aug. ; rate paid in 1895, 
4 per cent. ; surplus, $165,000. 

Stonington Savings Bank. Pres., Richard A. Wheeler. 
Treas., D. B. Spalding. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$667,413.39; interest payable June and Dec. ; rate paid in 1895, 4 
percent.; surplus, $32,306.48. 

Suffield Savings Bank. Pres., Mathew T. Newton. Treas., 
Samuel White. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $157,165.95; 
interest payable Feb. and Aug.; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent.; 
surplus, $14,234.95. 

Tmomaston Savings Bank. Pres., John H. Wood. Treas., 
Henry E. Stoughton. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $420,- 
809.50; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per 
cent. ; surplus, $15,000. 

Thompson Savings Bank of Putnam. Pres., George H. 
Nichols. Treas., Elmer C. Wood. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 

1896, $457,993.77; interest payable Feb. and August; rate paid 
in 1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $20,000. 



savings-banks 303 

Torrington Savings Bank. Pres., Elisha Turner. Treas., 
Isaac W. Brooks. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $747,294.13 ; 
•nterest payable Jan. and July ; rate paid in 1895, 4 per cent. ; 
urplus, $17,097.64; interest account, $29,684.05. 

Union Sayings Bank, Danbury. Pres., S. C. Holley. Treas., 
Levi P. Treadwell. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $1,175,- 
276.93 ; interest payable April and Oct. ; rate paid in 1895, 4 per 
cent. ; surplus, $88,887.78. 

Waterbury Sayings Bank. Pres., E. L. Frisbie. Treas., 
F. J. Kingsbury. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $3,269,- 
252.37 ; interest payable Feb. and August ; rate paid in 1895, 4£ 
percent. ; surplus and undivided profits, $190,000. 

Watertown Savings Bank. Pres., Augustus N. Woolson. 
Treas., Burton H. Mattoon. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$67,664.80 ; interest payable Jan. and July ; rate paid in 1895, 5 
per cent. ; surplus and profits, $390. 

Westport Savings Bank. Pres., George S. Adams. Treas., 
B. L. Woodworth. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $102,455.00; 
interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 5 per cent.; 
surplus, $3,500; profit and loss, $5,471. 

West Side Savings Bank, Waterbury. Pres., J. R. Smith. 
Treas., B. G. Bryan. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, $82,- 
121.73; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 per 
cent. ; surplus, $500. 

Willimantic Savings Institute. Pres., Silas F. Loomer. 
Treas., Noah D. Webster. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$609,976.20; interest payable April and Oct.; rate paid in 1895, 4 
per cent.; surplus, $25,000. 

Windham County Savings Bank (Danielson). Pres., 
Wm. H. Chollar. Treas., C. C. Young. Amount of deposits 
Jan. 1, 1896, $554,037.97; interest payable April and Oct.; rate 
paid in 1895, 4 per cent. ; surplus, $6,781. 

Windsor Locks Savings Bank. Pres., William Mather. 
Treas., Alfred W. Converse. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$115,736.90; interest payable April and Oct.; rate paid in 1895, 4 
per cent.; surplus, $1,400. 

Winsted Savings Bank (West Winsted). Pres., John Hins- 
dale. Treas., George S. Rowe. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 
1896, $1,311,763.42; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 
1895, 4 per cent.; surplus, $60,000. 

The Woodbury Savings Bank. Pres., Edward Cowles. 
Treas., Homer S. Tomlinson. Amount of deposits Jan. 1, 1896, 
$133,452.58; interest payable Jan. and July; rate paid in 1895, 4 
percent.; surplus, $6,071.62. 



304 INSURANCE. 



INSURANCE. 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

^Etna (Hartford). Capital, $4,000,000. Assets, $11,055,- 
513.88. Surplus, $3,412,862.10. Pres., William B. Clark; Sec, 
Wm. H. King. 

Connecticut (Hartford). Capital, $1,000,000. Net surplus, 
$506,409.41. Pres., J. D. Browne; Sec., Charles R. Burt; Asst. 
Sec, L. W. Clarke. 

. Hartford. Capital, $1,250,000. Surplus, $2,900,893.51. 
Pres., George L. Chase; Sec, P. C. Royce. 

National (Hartford). Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus, $713,- 
197.75. Pres., James Nichols; Sec, E. G. Richards; Asst. Sec, 
B. R. Stillman. 

Norwalk. Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $135,881.40. Pres., 
Archibald G. Mcllwaine, Jr.; Sec, Ferris E. Shaw; Sec, resi- 
dent at Norwalk, George R. Cowles. 

Orient (Hartford). Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $513,838.40. 
Pres., Charles B. Whiting; Sec, James U. Tain tor. 

Phoenix (Hartford). Capital, $2,000,000. Net surplus, $424,- 
943.41. Pres., D. W. C. Skillton; Vice-Pres., J. H.Mitchell; 2d 
Vice-Pres., Charles E. Galacar; Sec, George H. Burdick: Asst. 
Sec, John B. Knox. 

Security (New Haven). Capital, $2,000,000. Surplus, $105,- 
762.34. Pres., Charles S. Leete; Sec, Herbert Mason. 



LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

^Etna Life (Hartford). Assets, $43,560,037.73. Pres., Mor- 
gan G. Bulkeley; Vice-Pres., J. C. Webster; Actuary, H. W. 
St. John; Sec, J. L. English; Asst. Sec, C. E. Gilbert; Asst. 
Sec Accident Department, W. C. Faxon; Medical Director, G. 
W. Russell, M.D. 

Connecticut Benefit Association (New Haven). Pres., 
Daniel M. Corthell ; Sec, John C. Gallagher; Treas., Henry G. 
Newton; Medical Director, Rollin McNeil, M.D. 

Connecticut General (Hartford). Assets, $2,890,276. 
Pres., T. W. Russell; Sec, Fred. V. Hudson. 



INSURANCE. 305 

Connecticut Indemnity Association (Waterbury). Cap- 
ital authorized, $500,000. Paid in, $360,000. Pres., L. A. Piatt; 
Sec, John B. Doherty r . 

Connecticut Mutual (Hartford). Assets, Jan. 1, 1895, $62,- 
234,925.33. Pres., Jacob L. Greene; Vice-Pres., John M. Taylor; 
Sec, Edward M. Bunce. 

Hartford Life and Annuity. Assets, $2,068,579.82. Lia- 
bilities, $1,565,824.40. Net assets, $502,755.42. Pres., R. B. 
Parker; Sec, Stephen Ball; Medical Examiner, Irving W. Lyon, 
M.D. 

Mutual Benefit Life Co. (Hartford), fm. Waldo Hyde, 
Receiver. 

National Life (Hartford). Assets, $7,134,142.90. Pres., D. 
S. Fletcher; Viee-Prest., O. H. Blanchard; Sec H. T. Braman; 
Asst. Sec, F. H. Calkins; Treas., E. E. Smith; Medical Direc- 
tors, P. D. and F. H. Peltier; Director Agencies, A. Friedman; 
Counsel, Charles E. Perkins; Attorney, S. E. Clarke. 

Phcenix Mutual Life (Hartford). Assets, $10,455,947.83. 
Pres., Jonathan B. Bunce; Vice-Pres., John M. Holcombe; Sec, 
Charles H. Lawrence. 

Travelers Insurance Co. (Hartford). (Life and Accident). 
Capital, $1,000,000. Cash assets, $16,240,715.27. Accident, 

$3,184,505.09. Pres. J. G Batterson; Vice-Pres., ; 

Sec, ; Asst. Sec, John E. Morris; Actuary, George 

Ellis; Supt. of Agencies, E. V. Preston; Con. Surg., G. P. 
Davis; Surg, and Adjuster, J. B. Lewis. 

MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Danbury. Surplus, $29,570.00. Pres., Norman Hodge; Sec, 
James B. Wildman. 

Farmington Valley. Assets, $6,003.85. Pres., Chauncey 
Deming; Sec, Richard H. Gay. 

Farmers (Suffkld). No surplus. Pres., N. N. King; Sec, W. 
E. Burbank. 

*Greenwich. Surplus, $6,549.81. Pres., Amos M. Brush; 
Sec, John Dayton. 

Hartford County (Hartford). Surplus, $498,738.16. Pres., 
William E. Sugden; Sec, William A. Erving. 

Litchfield. Surplus, Dec. 31, 1895, $97,134.02. Pres., Chas. 
B. Andrews; Sec, Henry W. Wessells. 

Madison (P. O. address, East River). Surplus, $8,498.41. 
Pres., P. P. Stevens; Sec. and Treasurer, S. H. Chittenden. 

* 1895, no return for this volume. 
20 



306 INSURANCE. 

Middlesex (Middletown). Surplus, $706,573.88. Pres., O. V. 
Coffin; Sec, Charles W. Harris. 

Mutual Harwinton). Surplus, $136.89. Pres., Albert G. 
Wilson; Sec., Marvin Pierce. 

Mutual Assurance (Norwich). Capital and Surplus, $13,- 
256.29. No President. Sec, Asa Backus. 

New London County (Norwich). Surplus, $91,961.47. Pres., 
C. J. Winters; Sec, J. F. Williams; Asst. Sec, L. H. Williams. 

Patrons (Hartford). Assets, $1,266.10. Pres., George Austin 
Bo wen, Woodstock; Sec, Charles E. Bacon, Middletown; Treas., 
Burton C. Patterson, Torrington. 

Rockville. Surplus, $8,033.64. Pres., William H. Prescott; 
Sec, A. T. Bissell. 

State (Hartford). Assets, $30,786.46. Surplus, $18,488.35. 
Pres., Isaac Cross, Jr.; Sec, Franklin A. Morley. 

Tolland County (Tolland). Surplus, $64,856.40. Pres. 
Wm. D. Holman; Sec, Edward E. Fuller. 

Washington (Washington). Liabilities about $200. Pres.. C 
H. Mason; Sec, S. J. Logan. 

Windham County (Brooklyn). Surplus, $21,621.24. Pres., 
David Greenslit; Sec, James C. Palmer; Treas., C. A. Potter. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Connecticut Mutual Steam Boiler Inspection and Ins. 
Co. (Waterbury). Surplus, $1,826.85. Pres., H. L. Wade; Sec, 
C. H. Bronson. 

Hartford County Tobacco Growers' Mutual Ins. Co. 
(Windsor). Surplus, $2,354.43. Pres., D. Ellsworth Phelps; 
Sec, George R. Maude. 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Ins. Co. Capital, 
$500,000. Assets, Dec. 31, 1895, $2,013,186.46. Pres., J. M. 
Allen; Vice Pres., W. B. Franklin; 2d Vice-Pres., F. B. Allen; 
Sec, J. B. Pierce. 



OFFICERS OF RAILROAD COMPANIES. 307 



OFFICERS OF RAILROAD COMPA- 
NIES. 



BOSTON & NEW YORK AIR LINE. 

(New Haven to Willimantic; office with New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad Co., New Haven.) 

Pres., H. B. Hammond, New York; Vice-Pres., John M. Hall; 
Sec., Wm. E. Barnett; Treas., W. L. Squire, New Haven; 
Superintendent, A. S. Ostrander, ISew Haven. Directors, H. B. 
Hammond, New York; S. F. Loomer, Willimantic; Charles P. 
Clark, John M. Hall, New Haven; T. L. Watson, Bridgeport; 
O. Vincent Coffin, Middletown; Henry C. Robinson, Leverett 
Brainard, Hartford; W. L. Squire, Meriden. 



COLCHESTER.* 
(Colchester to Turnerville; office, Colchester.) 

Pres., Erastus S, Day, Colchester. Directors, Leander Chap- 
man, W. S. Curtis, Erastus S. Day, Colchester; G. G. Standish, 
Danbury. 



DANBURY & NORWALK.f 

(Danbury to Wilson's Point; office with New York, New Haven. 
& Hartford Railroad Co., New Haven.) 

Pres., F. St. John Lockwood; Vice-Pres., Charles P. Clark; 
Clerk, William E. Barnett; Treas., C. E. Robinson. Directors, 
F. St. John Lockwood, Norwalk; Charles P. Clark, John M. 
Hall, Benjamin R. English, George J. Brush, New Haven; Ed- 
mund Tweedy, Charles H. Merritt, Danbury; Eben Hill, I. P. 
Treadwell, Norwalk. 



•Leased to the Boston & New York Air Line Railroad Co. 
tLeased to the N. Y., N. H. &"H. R. R. Co. 



308 OFFICERS OF RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

HARTFORD & CONNECTICUT WESTERN.* 
(Hartford to Rhinecliff, N. Y. ; office, Hartford.) 

Pres., Henry O. Seixas; Sec. and Treas., Edward R. Beards- 
ley. Directors, W. R. Taylor, John W. Brock, Wm. W. Gibbs, 
Charlemagne Tower, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa.; A. A. McLeod, 
Henry O. Seixas, James Armstrong, New York; Julius H. 
Appleton, Springfield, Mass.; Charles E. Gross, Hartford, Conn.; 
Jeffery O. Phelps, Simsbury, Conn.; Henry Gay, West Winsted, 
Conn. ; Frederick Miles, Chapinville, Conn. ; Edwin W. Spurr, 
Falls Village, Conn. 



HOUSATONIC.f 

(Bridgeport to Pittsfield and State Line, Mass., Branch from Bots- 
ford to Huntington; office, New Haven.) 
Pres., George MacCulloch Miller, New York; Yice-Pres. and 
Sec, Wm. E. Barnett, New Haven; Treas., C. E. Robinson, 
New Haven. Directors, A. B. Mygatt, J. Pierpont Morgan, 
Wm. Rockefeller, George MacCulloch Miller, Charles Lanier, 
Charles P. Clark, John M. Hall, Wm. E. Barnett, Milo B. 
Richardson. 



MERIDEN, WATERBURY & CONNECTICUT RIVER. 

Pres., ; Vice-Pres., D. S. Plume, Water- 
bury; Sec. and Treas., Geo. B. Phippen, Boston. Directors, D. 
S. Plume, E. D. Steele, A. S. Chase, Waterbury; C. B. Rogers, 
John L. Billard, Meriden; Charles P. Clark, John M. Hall, New 
Haven; Charles F. Brooker, Torrington; Carlos French, Sey- 



NAUGATUCK.f 

(Bridgeport to Winsted; office with New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad Co., New Haven.) 

Pres., W. D. Bishop, Bridgeport; Treas., W. L. Squire, New 
Haven; Sec, W. D. Bishop, Bridgeport; Supt., Geo. W. Beach, 
Waterbury. Directors, W. D. Bishop, W. D. Bishop, Jr., 
Bridgeport; S. S. Dennis, Newark, N. J.; Joel A. Sperry, A. 
Heaton Robertson, New Haven; R. M. Bassett, Derby; Chas. F. 
Brooker, Torrington; F. J. Kingsbury, Waterbury; John M. 
Hall, New Haven. 



♦Operated by James K. O. Sherwood, Receiver for the Philadelphia, Read- 
ing & New England Railroad Co. 

tLeased to the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co. 



OFFICERS OF RAILROAD COMPANIES. 309 

THE NEW ENGLAND R. R. CO. 

(Boston, Mass., to Fishkill, N. Y. ; Franklin, Mass., to Ash- 
land, Mass., Worcester, Mass., to Norwich, Conn.; Willimantic, 
Conn., to Providence, R. I.; Franklin, Mass., to Valley Falls, 
R. I. ; Cook Street, Newton, to Woonsocket, R. I. ; Providence, 
R. I., to East Thompson, Conn. ; Woonsocket, R. I., to Pascoag, 
R. I.; East Thompson, Conn., to Southbridge, Mass.; Hartford, 
Conn., to Springfield, Mass.; Vernon, Conn., to Melrose, Conn.; 
Providence, R. I., to Douglass June, Mass. (Lessee P. & S.) 
Waterbury to Cromwell (Lessee M., W. & C.).) 

Pres., Charles P. Clark; Vice-Pres., Wm. T. Hart; 2d Vice- 
Pres, and Gen. Manager, J. T. Odell; Sec, James W. Perkins; 
Treas., Geo. B. Phippen; Gen. Supt., F. E. Dewey; Gen. Ft. 
Agent, J. M. Williams; Gen. Pass. Agent, W. R. Babcock; 
Auditor, W, H. Dudley; Purch. Agent, Edward Mahler; Chief 
Engineer, L. B. Bidwell; Ass. Counsel, F. A. Farnham; Supt. 
Eastern Division, F. E. Dewey; Supt. Western Division, T. H. 
Fennell; Supt. Norwich & Worcester Division, C. C. Elwell; 
Supt. Central Division, J. N. King; Gen. Master Mechanic, 
T. Kearsley, Directors, William T. Hart, Francis L. Higginson, 
N. W. Rice, Charles L. Lovering, Boston, Mass. ; Jesse Metcalf, 
Gorhara P. Pomroy, Providence, R. I., Frederick J. Kingsbury, 
D. S. Plume, Waterbury, Conn. ; Charles P.' Clark, New Haven, 
Conn.; Robert Bacon, New York, N. Y. ; John W. Doane, 
Chicago, 111. 



NEW HAVEN & DERBY.* 

(New Haven to Ansonia, with branch to Huntington; office, 
New Haven, Conn.) 
Pres., John M. Hall; Vice-Pres., Charles P. Clark; Sec, Wm. 
E. Barnett; Treas., C. E. Robinson. Directors, J. Pierppnt 
Morgan, William Rockefeller, New York; Charles P. Clark, 
Wm. E. Barnett, S. E. Merwin, N. D Sperry, John M. Hall, 
New Haven; Thos. Wallace, Franklin Farrell, Ansonia. 



NEW HAVEN & NORTHAMPTON.* 

(New Haven to Conway Junction, Mass.; office with New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co., New Haven.) 

Pres., Chas. N. Yeamans, Westfield, Mass.; Vice-Pres., John 
M. Hall, New Haven;' Sec and Treas., Edward A. Ray, New 
Haven; Register of Transfers, Wm. E. Barnett, New Haven; 
Directors, Chas. N. Yeamans, George J. Brush, Charles P. 
Clark, A. Heaton Robertson, John M. Hall, Samuel E. Merwin, 
Fayette S. Curtis, Wm. E. Barnett, ^John C. Hammond, North- 
ampton, Mass. 



Leased to New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co. 



310 OFFICERS OF RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

NEW LONDON NORTHERN.* 

(New London to Brattleboro, Vt. ; office, New London.) 

Pres. and Treas., Robert Coit, New London; Sec., J. A. 
Southard, New London; Supt., D. Mackenzie, New London. 
Directors, Robert Coit, A. Brandegee, J. N. Harris, C. A. Wil- 
liams, New London ; C. H. Osgood, Norwich; Thomas Rams- 
dell, Windham; James A. Rumrill, Springfield, Mass.; Thomas 
B. Eaton, Worcester, Mass. 



NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN & HARTFORD RAILROAD, 

(New York to Springfield, Mass. ; office, New Haven.) 

Pres., Charles P. Clark. New Haven; Vice-Pres., JohnM. Hall, 
New Haven; 2d Vice-Pres., C. S. Mellen, New Haven; General 
Supt., C. H. Piatt, New Haven; Sec, W. D. Bishop. Jr., Bridge- 
port; Executive Sec, Wm. E. Barnett, New Haven; Treas., Wm. 
L. Squire, New Haven; Comptroller, H. M. Kochersperger, New 
Haven; Gen. Pass. Agent, Charles T. Hempstead, New Haven; 
Gen. Freight Agent, N. A. Wilcox, New Haven; Chief Engineer, 
F. S. Curtis, New Haven; Supt. of Motive Power, John Henney, 
Jr., New Haven; General Car Inspector, F. H. Soule, New 
Haven ; Directors, Charles P. Clark, Geo. J. Brush, John M. 
Hall, New Haven; Wm. 1). Bishop, Bridgeport; Henry C. Rob- 
inson, Leverett Brainard, Hartford; Joseph Park, Chauncey M. 
Depew, William Rockefeller, J. Pierpont Morgan, George Mac- 
Culloch Miller, New York; Henry S. Lee, Springfield, Mass.; 
Charles F. Choate, Boston; Royal C. Taft, Providence; Nathaniel 
Thayer, Boston; Carlos French, Seymour; Charles E. Brooker, 
Torrington; I. D. Ver Warner, Bridgeport; Arthur D. Osborne, 
New Haven. 



NORWICH & WORCESTER.! 
(Allyn's Point to Worcester, Mass.; office, Norwich.) 

Pres., George H. Ball, Boston; Sec, Treas., and Clerk of Cor- 
poration, M. M. Whittemore, Norwich. Directors, Edward L. 
Davis, Thomas B. Eaton, Josiah H. Clarke, Francis H. Dewey, 
A. George Bullock, Worcester, Mass.; William T. Hart, George 
H. Ball, "Boston, Mass.; Charles P. Coggswell, Norwich; Edward 
C. Thayer, Keene, N. H. 



* Leased to Central Vermont Railroad Company, 
t Leased to New England Railroad Company. 



OFFICERS OF RAILROAD COMPANIES. 311 

RIDGEFIELD & NEW YORK.* 

(Ridgefield to Port Chester; office, Norwalk.) 

Pres., Cecil C. Higgins, New York; Vice-Pres., Wm. J. Mead, 
Greenwich; Sec. and Treas., Hiram K. Scott, Ridgefield. Direc- 
tors, Cecil C. Higgins, New York city; Wm. J. Mead, Cornelius 
Mead, Greenwich, Conn. ; Richard H. Burdsall, Port Chester, 
New York; Hiram K. Scott, Wm. H. Beers, Louis L. Valden, 
Hiram K. Scott, Jr., George G. Scott, Ridgefield, Conn. 



ROCKVILLE.f 
(Vernon Depot to Rockville ; office, Rockville.) 

Pres., H. L. James, Rockville ; Sec. and Treas., J. C. Ham- 
mond, Jr., Rockville. Directors, H. L. James, J. C. Hammond, 
Jr., George Talcott, A. P. Hammond, Geo. Sykes, Rockville. 



SHORE LINE.t 

(New Haven to New London ; office at New Haven.) 

Pres., E. Hayes Trowbridge, New Haven ; Sec, Wm. E. Bar- 
nett, New Haven ; Treas., Wm. L. Squire, New Haven. Direc- 
tors, Charles P. Clark ; Wm. T. Bartlett, Henry L. Hotchkiss, 
Arthur D. Osborne, E. Hayes Trowbridge, Wilbur F. Day, James 
M. Townsend, New Haven. 



SOUTH MANCHESTER. 

(Manchester to South Manchester; office, South Manchester.) 

Pres., Frank W. Cheney; Sec. and Gen. Manager, Richard O. 
Cheney; Treas., Charles S. Cheney. Directors, Ralph Cheney, 
Frank Cheney, Frank W. Cheney, Richard O. Cheney, South 
Manchester. 



* Incorporated by Act of General Assembly; not constructed. 

+ Leased to New England Railroad Company. 

X Leased to New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co. 



# 



'* 



312 



STATE STATISTICS. 



STATE STATISTICS. 



Area 5,004 square miles; population, 1890, 746,258; number of 
children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 174,109.* 
Number of persons engaged in manufacturing, . . 116,091f 

agriculture, . . . 44,026f 

trade and transportation, 29,920-j- 

all other occupations, . 51,296+ 

Capital invested in agriculture, .... $108,050, 708§ 

Products, 1889, 17,924.310 

Capital invested in manufactures, .... 226,834,496$ 
Products, 1889, 248,211,9641 



PROPERTY AND SECURITIES OF THE SCHOOL FUND. 



At the end of the fiscal year, Sept. 30, 1895: 
Bonds and mortgages in Connecticut, 

Massachusetts, 
Ohio, 
" " Indiana, . 

Real estate, face value of mortgages, 
Bank stock (in eleven banks), . 
Cash in the hands of the State Treasurer, 



Total, 

Net income for twelve months ending Sept. 



$820,693.63 

3,057 00 

801,455.46 

23,100.00 

134,485.73 

167,147.61 

63,162.58 



30. 



$2,013,102.01 
1895, 122,767.54 



INDEBTEDNESS OF THE STATE. 

At the end of the fiscal year, Sept. 30, 1895: 

Bonds payable October 1, 1885, f interest ceased, $200.00 

January 1, 1903,i " 3^ per cent., 500,000.00 

" Januarv 1, 1903,i " 3£ " 1,000,000.00 

" October 1, 1910,t " 3 " 1,740,000.00 

Total, 
Receipts # for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1895, 
Expenses " " " " 

Grand list, October, 1894, $414,258,956. 

* No return from the towns of Durham and New Canaan. 
t United States census, 1880. • 
% Not taxable. 
§ U. S. censue, 1890. 
Including cost of materials. 



$3,240,200.00 
1,967,016.35 
2,216,679.93 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 313 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 



Statistics of each town are sent to the town clerks for correction, annually, pre- 
vious to the compilation of the Eegister. The population of towns, etc., is 
taken f/om the last U. S. Census, and the number of school children and grand 
list from official returns in the Comptroller's office. 

The grand list is given for October 1, 1894. 

Andorer, Tolland County. — Incorporated May 18, 1848; taken 
from Hebron and Coventry. Population, 1890, 401. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 67. Grand list, $169,- 
451. Indebtedness, $5,578.15. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Prin- 
cipal industry, agriculture. Is reached by the New England 
Railroad. Post-office, Andover. 

Ansonia, New Haven County. (Town and City consolidated.) 
— Incorporated April, 1889; taken from Derby. Population, 1890, 
10,342. Children between 4 and 16 vears of age, October, 1895, 
2,725. Grand list, $3,218,507. Indebtedness, $340,000. Rate 
of taxation, 22 mills. Principal industries, brass and copper, 
in various forms, iron casting and general foundry business, etc. 
Is reached by the Berkshire and Naugatuck division of the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Post-office, Ansonia. 

Ashford, Windham County.* — Population, 1890, 778. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 132. Grand list, 
$183,588. Indebtedness, $7,060.25. Rate of taxation, 16 mills. 
Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by stage from Willi- 
mantic on the New England, New London Northern, and 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Air Line 
division, daily. Post offices, Ashford, Westford, West Ashford, 
and Warrenville. 

Avon, Hartford County. — Incorporated, May, 1830; taken from 
Farmington. Population, 1890, 1,182. Children between the ages 
of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 248. Grand list, $446,903. Indebted- 
ness, $4,869.43. Rate of taxation, 11 mills. Principal industry, 
agriculture. Is reached by the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Northampton division. Post-offices, Avon and West 
Avon. 

Barkhainsted, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1779. 
Population, 1890, 1,130. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, 
October, 1895, 224. Grand list, $282,374. Indebtedness, $18,592.- 
20. Rate of taxation, 20 mills. Principal industries, agriculture 



* Named October, 1710. 



314 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

and the manufacture of rules, hay and grain rakes, sleigh shoes, 
doors, window sashes and blinds, and all kinds of wood turning. 
The Philadelphia, Reading & New England Railroad passes through 
the town, with stations at New Hartford on the south and Winsted 
on the west. Stages from New Hartford daily to Barkhamsted, 
Pleasant Valley, and Riverton, also daily from Winsted to River- 
ton ; from New Hartford to Center Hill on Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Post-offices, Barkhamsted, Center Hill, Pleasant Valley, and 
Riverton. 

Beacon Falls, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1871; 
taken from Bethany, Oxford, Seymour, and Naugatuck. Popula- 
tion, 1890, 505. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 
1895, 101. Grand list, $224,590. Indebtedness, none. Rate of 
taxation, 10 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the man- 
ufacture of woolen goods, small hardware, and bronze panels. Is 
reached by the Naugatuck division of the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad. Post-office, Beacon Falls. 

Berlin, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1785; taken from 
Farmington, Wethersfield, and Middletown. Population, 1890, 
2,600. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 534. 
Grand list, $1,031,968. Indebtedness, $28,670. Rate of taxation, 
14 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of 
iron bridges, tools, machinery, and general hardware at East Ber- 
lin; at Berlin Station, pressed brick and agricultural terra cotta, 
and at Kensington envelopes, paper bags, boxes, etc. Is reached 
by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; station, 
Berlin; by branch of same to Middletown; stations, Berlin, Beck- 
ley's, and East Berlin: and by the New Britain branch, station, 
Berlin; by electric railway from New Britain, Plainville, and Bristol, 
Post offices, Berlin, East Berlin, Beckley, and Kensington. 

Bethany, New Haven County. — Incorpated May, 1832; taken 
from Wood bridge. Population, 1890, 550. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 103. Grand list, $370,903. In- 
debtedness, $33.10. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal indus- 
try, agriculture. Westville, in New Haven, and Beacon Falls, on 
the Naugatuck Railroad, are the nearest points reached by public 
conveyance. Post-office, Bethany. 

Bethel, Fairfield County. — Incorporated May, 1855; taken from 
Danbury. Population, 1890, town, 3,401; borough, 2,335. Chil- 
dren between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 745. Grand list, 
$1,187,542. Indebtedness, $62,829.30. Rate of taxation. 15 mills. 
Grand list of borough, June 1, 1893, $891,460.00. Indebtedness, 
funded, $25,000; floating, $26,700. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture and manufacture of hats. Is 
reached by the Danbury & Norwalk branch, Berkshire division, 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad ; by the Shepaug, 
Litchfield & Northern Railroad, and by electric railroad from 
Danbury. Post-office, Bethel. 

Bethlehem, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1787. Pop- 
ulation, 1890, 543. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, Octo- 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 315 

ber, 1895, 100. Grand list, $284,310. Indebtedness, $1,669.42. 
Rate of taxation, 8 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is 
reached by stage from Watertown. Post-office, Bethlehem. 

Blooinfleld, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1835; taken 
from Windsor. Population, 1890, 1,308. Children" between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 238. Grand list, $712,596. In- 
debtedness, $49,192.21. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal in- 
dustry, agriculture. Is reached by the Philadelphia, Reading & 
New England Railroad; stations, Cottage Grove, Bloomfield, and 
North Bloomfield. Post-office, Bloomfield. 

Bolton, Tolland County. — Incorporated October, 1720. Popu- 
lation, 1890, 452. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 
1895, 92. Grand list, $170,118. Indebtedness, $9,096.12. Rate 
of taxation, 18 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached 
by the New England Railroad ; by stage from Ashford via 
Mansfield depot, North Coventry, and Quarryville. Post-offices, 
Bolton, Quarryville, and Bolton Notch. 

Bozrali, New London County. — Incorporated, May, 1786; taken 
from Norwich. Population, 1890, 1,005. Children between 4 and 
16 years of age, October, 1895, 191. Grand list, $392,792. In- 
debtedness, $6,871.30. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal in- 
dustries, agriculture and the manufacture of cotton goods and bed- 
quilts. Yantic, on the New London Northern Railroad, is the 
nearest railroad station. Post-offices, Fitchville, Bozrahville, and 
Leffingwell. 

Branford, New Haven County. — Settled in 1644, under New 
Haven jurisdiction. Population in 1890, 4,460. Children between 
4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 961. Grand list, $1,901,866. 
Indebtedness, $52,499.54. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Grand list 
of borough, $1,901,866. Indebtedness, $31,219.55. Rate of taxa- 
tion, 12 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manu- 
facture of locks and malleable iron goods. Is reached by the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Shore Line division; sta- 
tions at Branford and Stony Creek. By steamboat from New 
Haven to Branford Point in summer. Post-offices, Branford, 
Short Beach, and Stony Creek. 

Bridgeport, Fairfield County. (Town and City consolidated.) — 
Incorporated May, 1821 ; taken from Stratford. Population, 1890, 
48,866. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 
13,629. Grand list, $46,760,148. Indebtedness, April 1, 1895; 
$1,415,456.24. Rate of taxation, 11 mills. Principal industries, 
the manufacture of sewing-machines, metallic cartridges, brass 
goods, heavy forgings, malleable iron, steel, copper, and general 
hardware, monumental bronze goods, etc. Is reached by the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad and Naugatuck division 
of the same; station, Bridgeport; and by the Berkshire division of 
the same; stations, Bridgeport and North Bridgeport; by steam- 
boat from New York and Port Jefferson, L. I., and by stage from 
Easton, Plattsville, Huntington, Nichols (town of Trumbull), and 



316 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

the village of Black Rock, daily. Post-offices, Bridgeport and 
Black Rock. 

Bridgewater, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1856; 
taken from New Milford. Population, 1890, 617. Children be- 
tween 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 121. Grand list, 
$355,589. Indebtedness, none. Rate of taxation, 9 mills. Prin- 
cipal industry, agriculture. Is reached by stage from Roxbury, on 
the Shepaug, Litchfield & Northern Railroad and New Milford on 
the Berkshire division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, daily. Post-offices, Bridgewater and Southville. 

Bristol, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1785; taken 
from Farmington. Population, 1890, 7,382. Children between 4 
and 16 years of asre, October, 1895, 1,878. Grand list, $3,809,864. 
Indebtedness, funded, $70,000; floating, $85,716.93. Rate of taxa- 
tion, 15 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manu- 
facture of clocks, brass goods, tableware, tools, etc. Is reached 
by the New England Railroad; stations, Bristol and Forestville. 
Post-offices, Bristol and Forestville. 

Brookfield, Fairfield County. — Incorporated May, 1788; taken 
from Danbury, New Milford," and Newtown. Population, 1890, 
989. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 209. 
Grand list, $392,286. Indebtedness, $596.02, Rate of taxation, 
11 mills. Principal industries, agriculture, manufacture of shears, 
fur cutting, and lime burning. Is reached by the Berkshire divi- 
sion of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, and 
Danbury branch of the same; stations, Brookfield and Brookfield 
Junction. Post-offices, Brookfield and Brookfield Center. 

Brooklyn, Windham County. — Incorporated May, 1786; taken 
from Pomfret and Canterbury. Population, 1890, 2,628. Chil- 
dren between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 501. Grand 
list, $1,250,418. Indebtedness, $4,663.41. Rate of taxation, 9 
mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of 
cotton goods. Is reached by stage from Pomfret on the New 
England Railroad (main line), daily; from Danielson on the Nor- 
wich & Worcester division, three times daily. Post-offices, 
Brooklyn, Danielson, on the eastern, and Wauregan, on the south- 
eastern borders of the town. 

Burlington, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1806; taken 
from Bristol. Population, 1890, 1,302. Children between 4 and 
16 years of age, October, 1895, 281. Grand list, $313,126. In- 
debtedness, $6,141.61. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal in- 
dustry, agriculture. Is reached by the Collinsville branch of the 
Northampton division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. Post-offices, Burlington and Whigville. 

Canaan, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1739. Pop- 
ulation, 1890, 870. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, Octo- 
ber, 1895, 171. Grand list, $460,848. Indebtedness, funded, 
$23,000; floating, $3,000.17. Rate of taxation, 12£ mills. Prin- 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 317 

cipal industries, agriculture and iron works. Is reached by the 
Berkshire division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad; stations, Falls Village and Lime Rock. By stage from 
Cornwall Hollow through South Canaan and Huntsville, daily. 
Post-offices, Falls Village, Huntsville, and South Canaan. 

Canterbury, Windham County. — Incorporated October, 1703; 
taken from Plainfield. Population, 1890, 947. Children between 
4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 168. Grand list, $829,775. 
Indebtedness, $2,507.63. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal 
industry, agriculture. Is reached by the New England Railroad, 
Providence division; and by stage from Plainfield, daily. Post- 
offices, Canterbury, South Canterbury, Westminster, and Packer- 
ville. . 

Canton, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1806; taken 
from Simsbury. Population, 1890, 2,500. Children between 4 
and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 609. Grand list, $1,182,725. 
Indebtedness, $21,864.48. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and the manufacture of tools, etc. Is 
reached by the Philadelphia, Reading & New England Railroad, 
stations at Canton, Collinsville, and Cherry Brook; by the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Northampton division; 
station, Collinsville. Post-offices, Collinsville, Canton, Canton 
Center, and North Canton. 

Chaplin, Windham County. — Incorporated May, 1822; taken 
from Mansfield and Hampton. Population, 1890, 542. Children 
between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 98. Grand list, 
$171,785. Indebtedness, $2,072.76. Rate of taxation, ,10 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture and paper making. Is reached by 
stage from North Windham on the New England Railroad. 
Post-office, Chaplin. 

Chatham, Middlesex County. — Incorporated October, 1767; 
taken from Middletown. Population, 1890, 1,949. Children be- 
tween 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 371. Grand list, 
$664,298. Indebtedness, $107,000. Rate of taxation, 25 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of bells, 
silks, and toys. Is reached by the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad, Air Line division; stations, Cobalt & East 
Hampton. Maromas station on the Valley division of the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad is across the Connecticut 
river from the village of Middle Haddam in Chatham. By steam- 
boat from Hartford & New York daily during the open season. 
By stage from Marlborough to East Hampton village, daily. Post- 
offices, East Hampton, Middle Haddam, and Cobalt. 

Cheshire, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1780; 
taken from Wallingford. Population, 1890, 1,929. Children be- 
tween 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 352. Grand list, 
$996,567. Indebtedness, $9,446.84. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of buttons, 



318 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

etc. Is reached by the Northampton division of the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad and the Meriden, Waterbury & 
Connecticut River Railroad. Post-offices, Cheshire, West Cheshire, 
and Brooksvale. 

Chester, Middlesex County. — Incorporated May, 1836; taken 
from Saybrook. Population, 1890, 1,301. Children between 4 and 
16 years of age, October, 1895, 279. Grand list, $482,023. Indebt- 
edness, $7,000.00. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal indus- 
tries, agriculture and the manufacture of augers, bits, ivory and 
bone goods, etc. Is reached by the Valley division of the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Post-office, Chester. 

Clinton, Middlesex County. — Incorporated May, 1838; taken 
from Killingworth. Population, 1890, 1,384. Children between 4 
aifd 16 years of age, October, 1895, 239. Grand list, $671,277. 
Indebtedness, $16,057.27. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and fishing. Is reached by the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Shore Line division; by stage 
from Killingworth, daily. Post offices, Clinton and Grove Beach. 

Colchester, New London County.* — Population, 1890, 2,988. 
Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 485. Grand 
list, $934,466. Indebtedness, $56,882. Rate of taxation, 18 
mills. Grand list of borough, $535,639. Indebtedness, $130.00. 
Rate of taxation, 2£ mills. Principal industries, agriculture and 
the manufacture of paper. Is reached by a branch of the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Air Line division. There 
is also a station on the main road (Air Line) at North Westchester ; 
Lyman Viaduct, on the main line, is station for Comstock's 
Bridge. Post offices, Colchester, Westchester, North Westchester, 
and Comstock's Bridge. 

Cole&rook, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1779. 
Population, 1890, 1,098. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, 
October, 1895, 202. Grand list, $265,762. Indebtedness, $1,619.86. 
Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is 
reached by stage from Winsted. Colebrook station, in the town of 
Winchester, on the Philadelphia, Reading & New England Railroad, 
is the nearest railroad point. Post-offices, Colebrook, North Cole- 
brook, Colebrook River, Robertsville, and Mill Brook. 

Columbia, Tolland County. — Incorporated May, 1804; taken 
from Lebanon. Population, 1890, 740. Children between 4 and 
16 years of age, October, 1895, 136. Grand list, $249,390. In- 
debtedness, $4,865.29. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal in- 
dustries, agriculture and one cotton mill at Hop River. Is reached 
by the New England Railroad, station, Hop River ; mail wagon 
to Columbia twice a day; and by the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad, Air Line division, station, Chestnut Hill. 
Post-offices, Columbia, Hop River, and Chestnut Hill. 

Cornwall, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1740. Popu- 
lation, 1890, 1,283. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, Octo- 

* The town was named in October, 1699. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 819 

ber, 1895, 253. Grand list, $606,744. Indebtedness, $4,000. Rate 
of taxation, 11 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and shear 
manufacturing. Is reached by the Berkshire division of the New- 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, stations, Cornwall Bridge 
and West Cornwall; by stage from Litchfield, Sharon, and Goshen, 
daily. Post-offices, Cornwall, Cornwall Bridge, West Cornwall, 
Cornwall Center, East Cornwall, and Cornwall Hollow. 

Coventry, Tolland County.* — Population, 1890, 1875. Chil- 
dren between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 342. Grand 
list, $635,822. Indebtedness, $16,627. Rate of taxation, 20 
mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of 
woolen and silk goods, paper boxes, and metallic cartridges. Is 
reached by the New London Northern Railroad, station at South 
Coventry, and by the New England Railroad, station, Hop 
River. Post-offices, Coventry and South Coventry. 

Cromwell, Middlesex County. — Incorporated May, 1851; taken 
from Middletown. Population, 1890, 1,987. Children between 4 
and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 493. Grand list, $913,333. 
Indebtedness, net, $36,287. Rate of taxation, 13 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture, brown stone quarrying, brick making, and 
the manufacture of hardware and toys. Is reached by the Valley 
division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
stations, Cromwell and North Cromwell; by the Meriden, Water- 
bury & Connecticut River Railroad, stations, Cromwell and West 
Cromwell; by steamboat from New York and Hartford daily 
during open season. Post-office, Cromwell. 

Danbury, Fairfield County.f — Population, 1890, 19,473. Chil- 
dren between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 4,619. Grand 
list, $7,380,745. Indebtedness, $183,065.00. Rate of taxation, 10 
mills. Grand list of city, $6,690,032. Indebtedness, funded 
$516,000. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal industries, agri 
culture and the manufacture of hats, machinery for making hats 
fur cutting, etc. Is reached by the New England Railroad 
stations at Danbury and Mill Plain; by the Danbury & Berkshire 
divisions of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
by electric railroad from Bethel. Post-offices, Danbury and Mill 
Plain. 

Darien, Fairfield County. — Incorporated May, 1820; taken from 
Stamford. Population, 1890, 2,276. Children "between 4 and 16 
years of age, October, 1895, 350. Grand list, $1,798,603. Indebt- 
edness, $5,483. Rate of taxation, 6 mills. Principal industries, 
agriculture and oyster growing. Is reached by the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad, stations, Darien and Noroton. 
Post-offices, Darien, Noroton, and Noroton Heights. 

Derby (Town and City consolidated), New Haven County.} — 
Population, 1890, 5,969. Children between 4 and 16 years of 

* The town was named in October, 1711. Date of organization uncertain, 
t The town was named in October, 1687. Date of organization uncertain. 
% The town was named in May, 1675. Date of organization uncertain. 



320 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

age, October, 1895, 1,581. Grand list, $3,729,756. Indebtedness, 

$188,441.81. Rate of taxation, . Principal industries, 

agriculture and the manufacture of pins, woolen underwear, 
heavy castings, forgings, pianos, organs, combs, reels and fishing- 
tackle, keys and boxes, brass and bronze hardware, belting, ma- 
chinery, corsets, corset steel, files, hosiery, mantels, typewriting- 
machines. Is reached by Berkshire and Naugatuck divisions, New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Post-office, Derby. 

Durham, Middlesex County. — Incorporated May, 1708. Popu- 
lation, 1890, 856. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 
1895.* Grand list, $451,390. Indebtedness, $298.82. Rate 
of taxation, 9 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached 
by stage from Middlefleld on the Air Line division of the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, twice daily; distance, 
three miles. Post-offices, Durham and Durham Center. 

Eastford, Windham County. — Incorporated May, 1847 ; taken 
from Ashford. Population, 1890, 561. Children between the ages 
of 4 and 16, October, 1»95, 127. Grand list, $145,397. Indebted- 
ness, funded, $11,500. Rate of taxation, 16 mills. Principal in- 
dustries, agriculture and twine making. Is reached by stage from 
North Windham on the New England Railroad; from Putnam, 
on the same road ; and the Norwich & Worcester division of the 
same, daily. Abingdon, on the New England Railroad, is a 
station for a portion of the town. Post-offices, Eastford, Phcenix- 
ville, and North Ashford. 

East Granby, Hartford County. — Incorporated June, 1858; 
taken from Granby and Windsor Locks. Population, 1890, 661. 
Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 121. Grand 
list, $455,998. Indebtedness, $4,854.28. Rate of taxation, 10 
mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by the North- 
ampton division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road ; stations, Granby and Copper Hill ; by stage from Windsor 
and Rainbow on Hartford electric railway. Post-offices, East 
Granby and Copper Hill. 

East Haddain, Middlesex County. — Incorporated May, 1734; 
taken from Haddam. Population, 1890, 2,599. Children between 
the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 478. Grand list, $1,092,051. 
Indebtedness, $28,158.42. Rate of taxation, 12-J- mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and the manufacture of cotton goods, 
spoons, german silverware, coffin trimmings, etc. Is reached by 
ferry from Goodspeed's on the Valley division of the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad; by steamboat from Hartford and 
New York daily during open season. Post-offices, East Haddam, 
Moodus, Little Haddam, Millington, and North Plain. 

East Hartford, Hartford County. — Incorporated October, 
1783 ; taken from Hartford. Population, 1890, 4,455. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 1,313. Grand list, 
$2,682,337. Indebtedness funded, $111,600 ; floating, $14,650. 

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STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 321 

Rate of taxation, 12^ mills. Principal industries, agriculture 
(largely tobacco growing) and paper manufacture. The repair 
shops of the New England Railroad are located here. Is reached 
by the New England Railroad, stations at East Hartford and 
Burnside, and by the Springfield division of the same road, 
station, Burnham ; by electric railroad from Hartford every 
twenty minutes, and by same from Hartford to Burnside, and 
to Glastonbury ma Hockanum, and to Manchester every thirty 
minutes. Post offices, Burnside, Hockanum, East Hartford, East 
Hartford Meadow, Silver Lane, and Hillstown. 

East Haven, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1785 ; 
taken from New Haven. Population, 1890, 955. Children be- 
tween the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 171. Grand list, $607,- 
249. Indebtedness, none. Rate of taxation, 5 mills. Principal 
industry, agriculture. Is reached by the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, Shore Line division, and electric railway 
from New Haven. Post-office, East Haven. 

East Lyme, New London County. — Incorporated May, 1839; 
taken from Lyme and Waterford. Population, 1890, 2,048. Chil- 
dren between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 350. Grand 
list, $687,387. Indebtedness, net, $27,230.38. Rate of taxation, 
12 mills. Principal industries, agriculture, the manufacture of 
woolen goods, and menhaden fisheries. Niantic village is a sum- 
mer resort of some note. The camp ground of the Connecticut 
National Guard is located here. Is reached by the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Shore Line division ; stations, 
East Lyme, Niantic, and Crescent Beach. Post-offices, East Lyme 
and Niantic. 

Easton, Fairfield County. — Incorporated May, 1845 ; taken from 
Weston. Population, 1890, 1,001. Children between the ages of 
4 and 16, October, 1895, 188. Grand list, $393,675. Indebtedness, 
$10,709.68. Rate of taxation, 14 mills. Principal industry, agri- 
culture. Is reached by stage from Bridgeport, daily. Stepney, 
on the Berkshire division of the New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad, is the nearest railroad station. Post-offices, Easton, 
Aspetuck, and Plattsville. 

East Windsor, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1768 ; 
taken from Windsor. Population, 1890, 2,890. Children between 
the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 714. Grand list, $1,099,789. 
Indebtedness, funded, $30,650.19. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of woolen 
and silk" goods. Rye inn is extensively made at the villages of 
Warehouse Point and Melrose. Is reached by the New England 
Railroad, Springfield division ; stations at Osborn, Broad Brook, 
and Melrose ; by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
Railroad ; station, Warehouse Point. Post-offices. East Windsor, 
Windsorville, Melrose, Broad Brook, and Warehouse Point. 
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322 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

Ellington, Tolland County. — Incorporated, May, 1786; taken 
from East Windsor. Population, 1890, 1,539. Children between 
the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 342. Grand list, $692,564. 
Indebtedness, funded, $20,000. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. 
Principal industry, agriculture. There is one large woolen man- 
ufactory. Is reached by the New England Railroad, Springfield 
division, Melrose branch; station, Ellington; flag stations at 
Sadd's Mills and Windemere. Post-offices, Ellington and Crystal 
Lake. 

Enfield, Hartford County.* — Population, 1890, 7, 199. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 1,533. Grand list, 
$2,643,979. Indebtedness, $75,000. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. 
Principal industries are agriculture and the manufacture of carpets 
and gunpowder. Is reached by the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad, stations at Enfield and Thompsonville; and by 
the New England Railroad, Springfield division, stations at 
Hazardville and Shaker Station. Post-offices, Thompsonville, 
Enfield, Hazardville, Scitico, and Shaker Station. 

Essex, Middlesex County. — Incorporated May, 1854 ; taken from 
Old Say brook. Population, 1890, 2,035. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 348. Grand list, $975,998. In- 
debtedness, $43,539.72. Rate of taxation, 14 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and the manufacture of bone and ivory 
goods, piano keys and boards, augurs and bits, wood turning, and 
nickel-plating. Boat-building, sail-making, etc., and the repair of 
vessels is carried on to some extent. Is reached by the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad (Valley division), by steamboat 
from Hartford and New York daily during open season. Post- 
offices, Essex, Centerbrook, and Ivoryton. 

Fairfield, Fairfield County, f — Population, 1890, 3,868. Chil- 
dren between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 866. Grand list, 
$2,152,496. Indebtedness, $111,900. Rate of taxation, 14 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture, and the manufacture of chemicals, 
wire and rubber goods. Is reached by the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad; stations, Fairfield and Southport. Post- 
offices, Fairfield, Southport, and Greenfield Hill. 

Farming'ton, Hartford County. — Incorporated December 1645. 
Population, 1890, 3,179. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, 
October, 1895, 698. Grand list, $1,551,413. Indebtedness, $34,000. 
Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and 
the manufacture, in the village of Unionville, of paper, nuts, and 
bolts, cutlery, rules and levels, etc. Is reached by the Northamp- 
ton division of the N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad; stations, Farm- 
ington and Unionville ; and by electric railway from Hartford. 
Post-offices, Farmington and Unionville. 



* Named and granted by Massachusetts, May, 1683. Annexed to Connecticut, 
May. 1749. 
+ Settled, 1639; named, 1645. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS 328 

Franklin, New London County. — Incorporated, May, 1786; 
taken from Norwich. Population. 1890, 585. Children between 
the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 85. Grand list, $279,703. 
Indebtedness, $1,602.20. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal 
industry, agriculture. Is reached by the New London Northern 
Railroad; stations, Franklin, North Franklin, and Yantic, just 
over the southern line of the town. Post-offices, Franklin, North 
Franklin, and Yantic. 

Glastonbury, Hartford County. — Incorporated, May, 1690; 
taken from Wethersfield. Population, 1890, 3,457. Children be- 
tween the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 715. Grand list, 
$1,328,498. Indebtedness, $87,158.03. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture (largely tobacco raising) and the 
manufacture of paper, woolen and knit goods, cutlery and plated 
and sterling silverware, soap, etc. Is reach by electric railroad 
from Hartford every thirty minutes, by steamboat from New York 
and Hartford daily during the open season. Rocky Hill, on the 
Valley division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, is connected by ferry with South Glastonbury. Post-offices, 
Addison, Glastonbury, South Glastonbury, East Glastonbury, 
Buckingham, Naubuc, and Hopewell. 

Goshen, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1739. Pop- 
ulation, 1890, 972. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, Octo- 
ber, 1895, 183. Grand list, $454,928. Indebtedness, $3,000. Rate 
of taxation, 13 mills. Principal industry, agriculture; dairy farm- 
ing a specialty. Is reached by stage from Torrington on the Nau- 
gatuck division, and West Cornwall on the Berkshire division of 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, daily. Post- 
offices, Goshen and West Goshen. 

Granby, Hartford County. — Incorporated October, 1786; taken 
from Simsbury. Population, 1890, 1,251. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 249. Grand list, $395,862. In- 
debtedness, $3, 735.83. f Rate of taxation, 15 mills, f Principal in- 
dustry, agriculture. Is reached by the Northampton division of 
theN. Y., N. H.&H. Railroad; by stage from Tariff ville, on the 
Philadelphia, Reading & New England^Railroad, twice daily, and 
from East Hartland, twice daily to Granby and West Granby. 
Post-offices, Granby, North Granby, and West Granby. 

Greenwich, Fairfield County.*— Population, 1890, 10,131. Chil- 
dren between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 2,298. Grand 
list, $6,281,399. Indebtedness, $317,020.24. Rate of taxation, 
12| mills. Grand list of borough, $1,683,471.50. Indebtedness, 
$46,442.90. Rate of taxation, 8 mills. Principal industries, 
agriculture and the manufacture of belting, woolens, tinners' 
hardware, iron, etc. The town is a resort for city people during 
the summer. Is reached by the New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad ; stations, Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside, and 



* Settled 1640; submitted to Connecticut, October, 1662. 
1 1895. No return for this Volume. 



324 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

Sound Beach; steamboat from New York daily during the summer 
and triweekly daring winter months; by stage from Greenwich 
depot to Banksville daily, and from Port Chester, N. Y., to the 
villages of Gleuville and Pemberwick twice a day. Post-offices, 
Cos Cob, Greenwich, Glenville, Round Hill, Banksville, Stanwick, 
Bayport, Mianus, Riverside, and Sound Beach. 

Griswold, New London County. — Incorporated October, 1815; 
taken from Preston. Population, 1890, 3,113. Children between 
4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 784. Grand list, $1,542,379. 
Indebtedness, $30,080.00. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and cotton manufacturing, bleaching and 
printing. Is reached by the New England Railroad, Providence, 
and Norwich & Worcester divisions; station, Jewett City ; by 
stage from Voluntown daily. Post-offices, Jewett City, Griswold, 
and Glasgo. 

Groton, New London County.— Incorporated May, 1705; taken 
from New London. Population, 1890, 5,539. Children between 
4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 1,055. Grand list, $1,919,030. 
Indebtedness, $75,661.41. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and fishing Is reached by the New York, 
Providence & Boston Railroad; stations, Groton, Poquonock Bridge, 
Noank, and West Mystic, by ferry from New London. Post-offices, 
Groton, Center Groton, Poquonock Bridge, Mystic, West Mystic, 
and Noank. 

Guilford, New Haven County.*— Population, 1890, 2,780. 
Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 498. Grand 
list, $1,003,140. Indebtedness, $2,690.17. Rate of taxation, 10 
mills. Grand list of borough, $660,606.* Principal industries, 
agriculture, iron foundry, canned goods, and granite quarries. Is 
reached by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
Shore Line division; stations at Guilford and Leete's Island; 
stages from North Guilford to New Haven daily. Post-offices, 
Guilford, North Guilford, and Leete's Island, and Sachem's Head 
in summer. 

Haddam, Middlesex County. — Incorporated October, 1668. 
Population, 1890, 2,095. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, 
October, 1895, 436. Grand list, $626,903. Indebtedness, $9,634.05. 
Rate of taxation, 20 mills. Principal industries, agriculture, man- 
ufacture of cotton goods, agricultural implements, and stone quar- 
rying. Is reached by the Valley division of the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad; stations, Haddam, Higganum, Good- 
speed's, and Arnold's; by steamboat from New York and Hartford 
daily during the open season; by stage from Middletown and 
Moodus daily through Haddam Neck. Post offices, Haddam, Hig- 
ganum, Tylerville, Haddam Neck, and Shailerville. 

Hamden, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1786; taken 
from New Haven. Population, 1890, 3,882. Children between 4 



1 Settled, 1630. Named, July, 1643. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 325 

and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 916. Grand list, $1,741,665 
Indebtedness, $16,950. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal in 
dustries, agriculture and the manufacture of carriage hardware 
axles, pruning shears, augers, suspender web, silk goods, etc 
Is reached by the Northampton division of the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, stations, Mount Carmel and Centre 
ville; by stage from New Haven to Mount Carmel via Whitney 
ville, Augerville, and Centerville twice a day. Post-offices, Ham 
den, Mount Carmel, Mount Carmel Center, Highwood, and Whit 
neyville. 

Hampton, Windham County. — Incorporated October, 1786 
taken from Windham, Pomfret, Brooklyn, Canterbury, and Mans- 
field. Population, 1890, 632. Children between 4 and 16 years of 
age, October, 1895, 127. Grand list, $277,656. Indebtedness, 
$800. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. 
Is reached by the New England Railroad ; stations, Hampton and 
Chaplin. Post-offices, Hampton, Howard Valley, Rawson, and 
Clark's Corner. 

Hartford, Hartford County.*— Population, 1890, 53,230. Chil- 
dren between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 12,175. Grand 
list, $51,036,200. Indebtedness, funded, $1,119,981.43 ; floating, 
$99,981.43. Rate of taxation, 3^ mills. Grand list of city, not com- 
pleted. Indebtedness, funded, $1,290,000; floating, $ 

Rate of taxation, 12i mills. Principal industries, manufacture of 
fire-arms, machinery, sewing machines, bicycles, silk goods, car 
wheels, and railroad equipments, etc. A large amount of capital 
is invested in life and fire insurance. Is reached by the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, main line and Valley divis- 
ion, New England, Philadelphia, Reading & New England Rail- 
roads; by steamboat from New York and Connecticut river towns 
daily during the open season; by stage from East Granby, Windsor, 
Poquonock, and Rainbow, daily; from Warehouse Point twice a 
week; by electric railway for Manchester, Glastonbury, East 
Hartford, Burnside, and Farmington. Post-offices, Hartford and 
Parkville.f 

Hartland, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1761. Popu- 
lation, 1890, 565. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, Octo- 
ber, 1895, 97. Grand list, $173,842. Indebtedness, $10,829.83. 
Rate of taxation, 17 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is 
reached by stage from New Hartford on the Philadelphia, Reading 
& New England Railroad; daily to West Hartland; four times a 
week to Hartland; from Granby to East Hartland daily. Post- 
offices, Hartland, East Hartland, and West Hartland. 

Harwinton, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1737. 
Population, 1890. 943. Children between 4 and 16 years of age. 
October, 1895, 268. Grand list, $328,582. Indebtedness, $2,602.53; 
Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is 

* Settled, 1635. Named, February, J1637. 
+ Station, Hartford Post-office. 



326 STATISTICS or TOWNS. 

reached by the Naugatuck division of the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad; stations, East Litchfield and Campville ; by- 
stage from East Litchfield to Harwinton Center, daily. Post- 
offices, Harwinton, and Campville. 

Hebron, Tolland County. — Incorporated May, 1708. Popula- 
tion, 1890, 1,039. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, Octo- 
ber, 1895, 217. Grand list, $325,198. Indebtedness, funded, 
$28,000 ; floating, $13,466. Rate of taxation, 14 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and silk manufacturing. Is reached by the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Air Line division, 
station, Turnerville; by stage from Turnerville to Hebron Center 
and Gilead twice a day. Post-offices, Hebron, Turnerville, Gilead 
and Hopevale. 

Huntington, Fairfield County. — Incorporated January, 1789; 
taken from Stratford. Population, 1890, 4,006; borough of Shel- 
ton, 1,952. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 
1,029. Grand list, $1,477,201. Indebtedness, $59,165.43. Rate of 
taxation, 15 mills. Grand list of borough of Shelton, $1,032,064. 
Indebtedness, $54,256.86. Rate of taxation, 8 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture, and in the borough of Shelton, the manu- 
facture of paper, paper boxes, woolen yarn and knit goods, cotton 
goods, pins, tacks, hooks and eyes, carriage and other hardware, 
silver-plated ware, corsets, rubber goods, printing presses, metal 
bedsteads, planes, buttons, brass hardware, etc. Huntington Cen- 
ter is reached by stage from Bridgeport daily. The borough of 
Shelton is separated by the Housatonic river from Derby, and is 
practically reached by the Naugatuck and Berkshire divisions of 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; stations, Shel- 
ton, Birmingham, and Derby. Post-offices. Huntington and Shel 
ton. The northern part of the town receives its mails from Mon- 
roe, and the western part from Long Hill and Nichols, in Trum- 
bull. 

Kent, Litchfield County, — Incorporated October, 1739. Popu- 
lation, 1890, 1,383. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, Octo- 
ber, 1895, 261. Grand list, |446,804. Indebtedness, $3,500. Rate 
of taxation, 15 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and iron 
works. Is reached by the Berkshire division of the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Post-offices, Kent, East Kent, 
South Kent, Bull's Ridge, North Kent, and Kent Furnace. 

Killingly, Windham County. — Incorporated May, 1708. Pop- 
ulation, 1890, 7,027. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, Oc- 
tober, 1895, 1,473. Grand list, $2,189,016. Indebtedness, $87,- 
197.76. Rate of taxation, 15-£ mills. Grand list of borough of Dan- 
ielson, $1,334,246. Indebtedness, $5,478.03.. Rate of taxation, 
5 mills. Principal industries, the manufacture of cotton and 
woolen goods, stockings and hosiery, harness, whip sockets, etc., 
and agriculture. Is reached by the New England Railroad, 
Norwich & Worcester division ; stations at Danielson and 
Dayville; by stage from Brooklyn three times daily; from 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 327 

Providence, North Sterling, and Voluntown daily. Post-offices, 
Danielson, Killingly, Ballouville, East Killingiy, and South 
Killingly. 

Killingworth, Middlesex County.*— Population, 1890, 582. 
Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 111. 
Grand list, $191,688. Indebtedness, $484. Rate of taxation, 

15 mills. Principal industries, agriculture, carriage making, and 
other minor industries. Is reached by stage from Clinton on the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Shore Line division, 
daily. Post-office, Killingworth. 

Lebanon, New London County. — Incorporated October, 1700. 
Population, 1890, 1,670. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, 
October, 1895, 333. Grand list, $874,281. Indebtedness, $14,375.80. 
Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is 
reached by the New London Northern Railroad ; stations, Leba- 
non and North Franklin; and by the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad, Air Line division ; station, Chestnut Hill. 
Post-offices, North Franklin, Lebanon, Liberty Hill, and Leonard's 
Bridge. 

Ledyard, New London County. — Incorporated May, 1836; taken 
from Groton. Population, 1890, 1,183. Children between 4 and 

16 years of age, October, 1895, 282. Grand list, $350,969. In- 
debtedness, $6,500. Rate of taxation, 12^ mills. Principal indus- 
try, agriculture. Is reached by mail wagon from Norwich, from 
Montville on the New London Northern Railroad. Post-offices, 
Ledyard, Gale's Ferry, and Shewville. 

Lisbon, New London County. — Incorporated May, 1786 ; taken 
from Norwich. Population, 1890, 548. Children between 4 and 
16 years of age, October, 1895, 112. Grand list, $241,102. In- 
debtedness, $10,173.03. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal in- 
dustry, agriculture. Is reached by the New England Railroad, 
Providence division; stations, Jewett City, in the town of 
Lisbon and Versailles in the town of Sprague. There are no 
post-offices. The northern portion of the town receives its mail 
from South Canterbury, the eastern portion from Jewett City, the 
southern portion from Greeneville, and the western part from Ver- 
sailles. 

Litchfield, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1719* Pop- 
ulation, 1890, 3,304. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, Oc- 
tober, 1895, 696. Grand list, $2,520,216. Indebtedness, $80,000. 
Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Grand list of borough, $1,485,858. 
Rate of taxation, 2| milli. Principal industry, agriculture. The 
town is a well-known summer resort. Is reached by the Shepaug, 
Litchfield & Northern Railroad ; stations, Litchfield, Lake, and 
Bantam; and by the Naugatuck division of the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad ; stations at Campville and East Litch- 



Named May, 1667. 



328 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

field; by stage from Cornwall Bridge, on the Berkshire division of 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, daily; stages 
run from Litchfield to East Litchfield in connection with ail pas- 
senger trains. Post-offices, Litchfield, Bantam, Milton, North- 
field, and East Litchfield. 

Lyme, New London County.*— Population, 1890, 977. Children 
between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 163. Grand list, 
$266,438. Indebtedness, $34,509.75. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. 
Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by steamboat from 
Hartford and New York daily during the open season; by stage 
from Old Lyme station on the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Shore Line division, to North Lyme and Hamburg vil- 
lage daily. Hadlyme village and the northwestern part of the 
town may be reached by ferry from Hadlyme station on the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Valley division. Post- 
offices, Bill Hill, Brockway, Hamburg, North Lyme, and Had- 
lyme. 

Madison, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1826; taken 
from Guilford. Population, 1890, 1,429. Children between 4 and 
16 years of age, October, 1895, 257. Grand list, $795,020. In- 
debtedness, none. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal indus- 
tries, agriculture, fishing, and the manufacture of school apparatus 
and spectacle cases. Is reached by the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, Shore Line division; stations, Madison and 
East River. Post-offices, Madison, East River, and North Madison. 

Manchester, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1823; taken 
from East Hartford. Population, 1890, 8,222. Children between 
4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 2,039. Grand list, $3,979,477. 
Indebtedness, $66,446.29. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and the manufacture of silk, cotton, and 
woolen goods, paper, electrical appliances, needles, and tin ware. 
Is reached by the New England Railroad; stations at Buckland 
and Manchester; and by electric railway from Hartford. The 
South Manchester Railroad connects Manchester with South Man- 
chester. A stage from Manchester Green connects with all passen- 
ger trains at Manchester; stage also from South Windsor to Buck- 
land. Post-offices, Manchester, South Manchester, Buckland, 
Manchester Green, and Highland Park. 

Mansfield, Tolland County. — Incorporated, May, 1702; taken 
from Windham. Population, 1890, 1,911. Children between 4 
and 16 years of age. October, 1895, 338. Grand list, $571,092. In- 
debtedness, $14,045.38. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and the manufacture of silk and cotton 
goods and organ pipes. Is reached by the New London Northern 
Railroad; stations, Eagleville, Mansfield, and Merrow; by stage 
from Williraantic, Ashford, and Bolton, daily. Post-offices, Mans- 



* Named, May, 1667. Local records show that Lyme was set off from Saybrook 
by a committee in 1665. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 829 

field, Mansfield Center, Mansfield Depot, Gurleyville, Atwoodville, 
Mt. Hope, Spring Hill, Eagleville, Merrow, and Storrs. 

Marlborough, Hartford County. — Incorporated October, 1803; 
taken from Colchester, Glastonbury, and Hebron. Population, 
1890, 582. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 
87. Grand list, $179,070. Indebtedness, $3,788.40. Rate of tax- 
ation, 15 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and silk manu- 
facturing. Is reached by stage from Ease Hampton on the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Air Line division. Post- 
offices, Marlborough and Marlborough Mills. 

Meriden, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1806; taken 
from Wallingford. Population. 1890, town, 25,423; city, 21,652. 
Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 6,309. 
Grand list, $13,026,529. Indebtedness, funded, $290,000. Rate of 
taxation, 101 mills. Grand list of city, Dec. 20, 1893, $11,664,788. 
Indebtedness of the city, $571,090.92. Rate of taxation, 11 mills. 
Principal industries, manufacture of gold, silver, and nickel-plated 
good s , granite iron and pearl agate ware, cut-glass ware, organs 
and organettes, brass and iron, gas and kerosene fixtures, bronze 
art goods, lamp trimmings, casket trimmings, builders' furniture, 
carriage and saddlery hardware, table and pocket cutlery, shears, 
scissors, steel pens, clocks, screws, vises, shoes, firearms, curtain 
fixtures, piano stools, paper boxes, harnesses and horse goods, 
small printing presses, and machinery. Agriculture is the princi- 
pal industry outside of the city. The Connecticut School for Boys 
is located in the city. Is reached by the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford and Meriden, Waterbury & Connecticut River Rail- 
roads, by electric railway from Wallingford, Yalesville, and South 
Meriden, and by stage from Southington and Plantsville daily. 
Post-offices, Meriden, Main Street Station Meriden, and South 
Meriden. 

Middlebury, New Haven County.— Incorporated 1807; taken 
from Waterbury, Woodbury, and Southbury. Population, 1890, 
566. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 145. 
Grand list, $257,715. Indebtedness. $2,600. Rate of taxation, 12 
mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by the New 
England Railroad, flag station at Bradley's; by stage from Water- 
bury daily. Post-office, Middlebury. 

Middlefield, Middlesex County. — Incorporated May, 1866; 
taken from Middletown. Population, 1890, 1,002. Children be- 
tween 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 180. Grand list, $467,- 
652. Indebtedness, funded, $42,000; floating, $1,508.25. Rate of 
taxation, 18 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manu- 
facture of suspender web, gun sights, etc. It is reached by the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Air Line division; 
stations, Middlefield, Middlefield Center, and Rockfall; by stage 
from Durham to station twice a day. Post-offices, Middlefield and 
Rockfall. 



330 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

Middletown, Middlesex County. — Incorporated September, 
1651; named November, 1653. Population, 1890, town, 15,205; 
city, 9,013. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 
1895, 2,969. Grand list, $8,659,652. Indebtedness, funded, $844,- 
000. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Grand list of city, $5,885,406. 
Indebtedness, bonded and floating, $367,011.40. Rate of taxation, 
9 mills. Principal industries, the manufacture of pumps and 
other hydraulic machinery, woolen, cotton, rubber, silk, and web 
goods, netting, etc., plated ware, saddlery, and harness hardware, 
general hardware, sheet metal goods, cutlery, electric light, heat, 
and power machinery. Is reached by the ISew York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, Valley division, stations, Middletown and 
Maromas; by the Air Line division of the same, station, Middle- 
town; b} r the Middletown branch of the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, stations, Westfieid, Newfield, and Middle- 
town; and by the Meriden, Waterbury & Connecticut River Rail- 
road, station, Westfieid; and by steamboat from New York and 
Hartford daily during the open season. Post-offices, Middletown 
and Little River. 

Milford, New Haven County.*— Population, 1890, 3,811. Chil- 
dren between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 719. Grand 
list, $1,431,107. Indebtedness, funded, $78,5$0. Rate of taxation, 
16 mills. Principal industries, agriculture (raising of seeds a 
specialty), shell fisheries, and manufacture of straw hats, shoes, 
and electrical goods of every description. Is reached by the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, stations, Milford and 
Woodmont ; by the Naugatuck division of the same railroad, flag 
station at Baldwin's; by electric railway from New Haven to 
Woodmont. Post-offices, Milford and Woodmont. 

Monroe, Fairfield County. — Incorporated May, 1823; taken 
from Huntington. Population, 1890, 994. Children between 4 
and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 194. Grand list, $318,367. 
Indebtedness, funded, $1,000. Rate of taxation, 11 mills. Princi- 
pal industry, agriculture. Is reached by the Berkshire division 
of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, station, 
Stevenson, and flag station, Monroe; and by the Bridgeport branch 
of the same road, station, Stepney. Stage to Monroe Center daily. 
Post-offices, Monroe, Stepney, Stepney Depot, and Stevenson. 

Montville, New London County. — Incorporated October, 1786; 
taken from New London. Population, 1890, 2,344. Children be- 
tween 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 631. Grand list, $994,- 
616. Indebtedness, $40,275.65. Rate of taxation, 16 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture, and the manufacture of cotton 
and woolen goods, bedquilts, etc. Is reached by the New London 
Northern Railroad ; station, Montville, and flag stations Massapeag 
and Mohegan ; by steamboat from New London and Norwich daily, 
during the summer months ; by stage from New London and 



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STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 331 

Salem through Chesterfield daily. Post-offices, Montville, 
Gardner's Lake, Leffingwell, Uncasville, Chesterfield, Massapeag, 
Mohegan, and Oakdale. 

Morris, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1859 ; taken from 
Litchfield. Population, 1890, 584. Children between 4 and 16 
years of age, October, 1895, 122. Grand list, $262,740. Indebted- 
ness, $6,600. Rate of taxation, 11 mills. Principal industry, 
agriculture. Is reached by the Shepaug, Litchfield & Northern 
Railroad ; station, West Morris ; and by stage from Thomaston on 
the Naugatuck division of the New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad, daily. Post-offices, Morris, East Morris, and West 
Morris. 

Naugatuck, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1844; 
taken from Waterbury, Bethany, and Oxford. Population, 1890, 
6,218. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 1,770. 
Grand list, $2,561,643. Indebtedness, $121,787.69. Rate of taxa- 
tion, 15 mills. Principal industries, the manufacture of India 
rubber goods, knit underwear, malleable iron, buttons, and 
agriculture. Is reached by the Naugatuck division of the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroads ; stations, Naugatuck 
and Union City ; and by the New England Railroad, flag station, 
Union City ; by electric road from W T aterbury, daily. Post-offices, 
Naugatuck, and Union City. 

New Britain, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1850; 
taken from Berlin. Population, 1890, town, 19,007. Children be- 
tween the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 4,825. Grand list, 
$9,086,126. Indebtedness, $335,000.00. Rate of taxation, 10 
mills. Grand list of city, $8,154,059. Indebtedness, $563,644.02. 
Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and 
the manufacture of builders' hardware, locks, cabinet and piano 
hardware, hardware specialties, machinery, electrical supplies, steam 
engines, boilers, gas and water motors, cutlery, joiners' tools, 
music stands, rules, cotton and woolen underwear, harness hard- 
ware, coffin hardware, malleable castings, machine needles, bricks, 
etc. The State Normal School is located here. Is reached by the 
New England, and New Britain branch of the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroads, by electric railway from Bristol, 
Plainville, and Berlin. Post-office, New Britain. 

New Cauaan, Fairfield County. — Incorporated May, 1801; taken 
from Norwalk and Stamford. Population, 1890, 2,701. Chil- 
dren between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 600. Grand 
list, $1,479,872. Indebtedness, $74,326.76. Rate of taxation, 13 
mills. Principal industries, agriculture, and the manufacture of 
shoes, clothing, wire fence, netting, sieves, etc. Is reached by 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, New Canaan 
branch ; stations, Tallmadge Hill and New Canaan. Post-office, 
New Canaan. 

New Fairfield, Fairfield County. — Incorporated 1740. Popu- 
lation, 1890, 675. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 



332 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

1895, 146. Grand list, $282,226. Indebtedness, $2,030. Rate of 
taxation, 12 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. The nearest 
points accessible by public conveyance are Danbury and Brookfield. 
Post-office, New Fairfield. 

New Hartford, Litchfield Cojinty. — Incorporated October, 1738. 
Population, 1890, 3,160. Children between the ages of 4 and 16. 
October, 1895, 712. Grand list, $949,908. Indebtedness, $42,- 
491.22. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal industries, agricul- 
ture and the manufacture of cotton goods, brashes, planes, and 
rules. Is reached by the Philadelphia, Reading & New Eng- 
land, and the Northampton division of the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad; stations, Pine Meadow and New Hartford; 
by stage from Hartland via West Hartland, Center Hill, and Bark- 
hamsted; from Riverton via Pleasant Valley. Post-offices, New 
Hartford, Pine Meadow, Bakerville, and Nep&ug. 

New Haven, New Haven County. — Settled 1638; named, August, 
1640. Population, 1890, 86,095. Children between the ages of 4 
and 16, October, 1895, 20,978. Grand list, $56,600,370. Bonded 
indebtedness, $1,007,200; floating, $166,029.09. Rate of taxation, 
4 mills. Grand list of city, $53,800,000. Indebtedness, $1,210,- 
000. Sinking fund, $330,555.12. Rate of taxation, 12* mills. 
Grand list of borough of Fair Haven East, $985,648. Indebt- 
edness, $3,525. Rate of taxation, 6 mills.* Principal industries, 
the manufacture of carriages, clocks,; firearms, rubber goods, 
and hardware, steam boilers, and a great variety of other things. 
Is reached by the New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad, 
by the Shore Line, Air Line, Northampton and Berkshire divi- 
sions of the same ; by steamboat from New York; by stage and 
electric railway from Hamden, Highwood, Mt. Carmel, Center- 
ville, North Branford, West Haven, Woodmont, Montowese, East 
Haven. Post-offices, New Haven, Fair Haven, and Westville. 

Newington, Hartford County. — Incorporated July 11, 1871, 
taken from Wethersfield. Population, 1890, 953. Children be- 
tween the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 174. Grand list, $443,- 
762 Indebtedness, $874.18. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal 
industry, agriculture. Is reached by the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, station, Newington; and by the New 
England Railroad, stations, Newington and Clayton. f Post-offices, 
Newington and Newington Junction. 

New London, New London County. — Settled 1646; named 
March, 1658. Population, 1890, 13,757. Children between the 



* School tax additional, 4£ mills. 

t By electric railway from Hartford and New Britain upon completion of road 
partially constructed. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 333 

ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 2,918. Grand list, $9,085,667. 
Rate of taxation, 16mills. Grand list of city, $9,333,577. Indebted- 
ness, $820,000, rate of taxation 16 mills. Principal industries, man- 
ufacture of silk and woolen goods, cotton gins, machinery, boilers, 
printing presses, etc. Is reached by the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad, Shore Line division, New York, Providence & 
Boston, and New London Northern Railroads; by steamboat from 
New York and Norwich daily; from Block Island, Watch Hill, and 
other shore resorts daily; and Sag Harbor and Greenport daily 
during the summer months; by stage from Salem, through 
Chesterfield, in Montville daily. Post-office, New London. 

New Milford, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1712. 
Population 1890, 3.917. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, 
October, 1895, 782.' Grand list, $1,888,108. Indebtedness, funded, 
$35,000. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal industries, agri- 
culture (tobacco a specialty), tobacco packing, manufacture of hats, 
carbonized stone and sewer pipe, lime burning, pottery, silica 
paints, etc. Is reached by the Berkshire division of the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad, with stations at Still River, New 
Milford, and Merwinsville; by stage from Warren via New Preston, 
Marbledale, and North ville; from Roxbury via Bridge water, and 
from Sherman, daily. Post-offices, New Milford, Lanesville, 
Gaylordsville, and Northville. 

Newtown, Fairfield County.— Incorporated October, 1711. 
Population, 1890, 3,539. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, 
October, 1895, 670. Grand list, $1,537,711. Indebtedness, funded, 
$21,517.91. Rate of taxation, 11 mills. Principal industries, agri- 
culture and the manufacture of rubber goods and blankets. Is 
reached by the Berkshire division of the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, stations, Hawleyville, Newtown, and Bots- 
ford; by the New England Railroad, stations, Sandy Hook, New- 
town, and Hawleyville ; and by the Shepaug, Litchfield & Northern 
Railroad; station, Hawleyville. Post-offices, Newtown, Sandy 
Hook, Hawleyville, and Botsford. 

Norfolk, Litchfield County, — Incorporated October, 1758. Pop- 
ulation, 1890, 1,546. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, 
October, 1895, 309. Grand list, $993,377. Indebtedness, $24,255.95. 
Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and 
the manufacture of silk goods, hosiery, etc. The town is 
also a summer resort for people desiring high ground and fine 
scenery. Is reached by the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad, 
stations, Grant's Summit, Norfolk, and West Norfolk. Post- 
offices, Norfolk, West Norfolk, South Norfolk, and Grantville. 

North Branford, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 
1831; taken from Branford. Population, 1890, 825. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 176. Grand list, 
$440,218. Indebtedness, none. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Prin- 
cipal industry, agriculture. Is reached by stage from New Haven 
daily. The village of Northford is reached by stage from North- 



334 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

ford station, on the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
Air Line division, twice a day. Post-offices, North Branford, 
Northford, and Totoket. 

North Canaan, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1858; 
taken from Canaan. Population, 1890, 1,683. Children between 
the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 372. Grand list, $685,029. 
Indebtedness, $28,830.38. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and the manufacture of pig iron and lime. Is 
reached by the Berkshire division of the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, station, Canaan; and the Philadelphia, Read- 
ing & New England Railroad, stations, Canaan and East Canaan; 
by stage from Southfield, Mass., via Mill River and Clayton, daily. 
Post-offices, Canaan and East Canaan. 

North Haven, New Haven County. — Incorporated October, 
1786; taken from New Haven. Population, 1890, 1,862. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 332. Grand list, 
$799,467. Indebtedness, $17,756.77. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture, brick making, carriage wood- 
work, card printing, and manufacture of spoons. Is reached by 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, stations, North 
Haven and Quinnipiac; and by the Air Line division of the same 
road, stations, Montowese, Northford, or Clintonville ; by electric 
railway from New Haven to Montowese. Post-offices, North Haven, 
Montowese, and Clintonville. 

North Stoiiington, New London County. — Incorporated May, 
1807; taken from Stonington. Population, 1890, 1,463. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 313. Grand list, 
$534,311. Indebtedness, $17,226.73. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. 
Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by stage from Westerly, 
R. I., three times a day. Post-offices, North Stonington, Clark's 
Falls, Pendleton Hill, Laurel Glen, and Ashwillet. 

Norwalk, Fairfield County. — Incorporated, September, 1651. 
Population, 1890, town, 17,747; city, 3,079; city of South Nor- 
walk, 4,013. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 
4,293. Grand list, $10,463,425. Indebtedness, $216,395.75. Rate of 

taxation, 5 mills. Grand list of city of Norwalk,* . 

Indebtedness, . Rate of taxation, — mills. Grand list of 

city of South Norwalk,* Indebted- 
ness, funded, floating, . Rate of taxation, 

. Principal industries, the manufacture of hats, locks, and 

builders' hardware, machinery, boots, and shoes, woolens, elastic 
webbing, stoves and iron founding, stone and earthen ware, etc., 
and agriculture outside of the borough and city. Is reached by 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; stations at South 
Norwalk, East Norwalk, and Five Mile River; by the Danbury & 
Norwalk division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road; stations, Catharine Street, Winnipauk, Norwalk, South Nor- 
walk, and Wilson's Point; by steamboat from New York, daily; 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 835 

and from Huntington, L. I., three times a week in summer; by- 
stage from Weston, daily. Post-offices, Norwalk, East Norwalk, 
South Norwalk, West Norwalk, Winnipauk, Rowayton, Silver 
Mine, Wilson's Point, and Cranbury. 

Norwich, New London County. — Settled 1660. Population, 
1890, town, 24,200; city, 16,156. Children between the ages of 4 
and 16, October, 1895, 9,321. Grand list, $13,755,347. Indebt- 
edness, $348,301.41. Rate of taxation, 6 mills. Grand list of city, 
$10,108,692. Indebtedness, funded, $799,000; floating, $165,431.45. 
Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal industries, manufacture of 
pistols and other fire arms, cutlery, plating, cotton and woolen 
goods, paper, rolled and cast iron, stoves, printing-presses, bicycles, 
bicycle chains, silk ribbons, display frames for windows, patent 
pulleys, electric supplies, leather and belting, machinery of great 
variety, and agriculture out of the city. Is reached by the New 
London Northern Railroad; stations, Yantic, Norwich Town, 
Thamesville, and Norwich; and by the New England Railroad, 
Norwich & Worcester division; stations, Norwich, Greene- 
ville, and Taftville; by steamboat from New York and New Lon- 
don, daily; and from Block Island, Watch Hill, and other shore 
resorts, daily during the summer; by stage from Voluntown, Baltic, 
Hanover, and Colchester daily. Post-offices, Norwich, Greeneville, 
Norwich Town, Yantic, Taftville, and Fair Ground. 

Old Lyme, New London County. — Incorporated May, 1855, as 
South Lyme; taken from Lyme; name changed in 1857. Popula- 
tion, 1890, 1,319. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 
1895, 217. Grand list, $452,149. Indebtedness, funded, $15,806.88. 
Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is 
reached by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Shore 
Line division; stations, Lyme, Black Hall, and South Lyme; by 
steamboat from Hartford and New York, daily during the open 
season; and by stage from North Lyme, daily. Post-offices, Lyme, 
South Lyme, and Black Hall. 

Old Saybrook, Middlesex County.— Incorporated May, 1852; 
taken from Saj^brook. Population, 1890, 1,484. Children between 
the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 252. Grand list, $597,225. 
Indebtedness, $26,935. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal in- 
dustries, agriculture and fishing, with a small amount of manufac- 
turing. Is reached by the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Shore line division ; stations, Saybrook and Connecticut 
River; and by the Valley division of the same railroad; stations, 
Saybrook and Fenwick; by steamboat the same as Old Lyme in the 
above paragraph. Post-offices, Saybrook and Saybrook Point. 

Orange, New Haven County.— Incorporated May, 1822; taken 
from Milford and New Haven. Population, 1890, 4,537. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 1,247. Grand list, 
$2,832,756. Indebtedness, $116,914.72. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. 
Grand list of borough of West Haven, $1,773,611. Indebtedness, 
$7,500. Rate of taxation, 5 mills. Principal industries, agricul- 



336 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

ture, with manufacturing to some extent at West Haven. Is 
reached by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; sta- 
tions, West Haven and Woodmont in Milford; and by the New 
Haven & Derby division of the Housatonic Railruad; stations at 
Tyler City and Orange; flag station at West Haven; electric cars 
run from the villages of West Haven, Woodmont, and Savin Rock, 
a shore resort, to New Haven. Post-offices, Orange, Tyler City, 
Allingtown, and West Haven. 

Oxford, New Haven County. — Incorporated October, 1798; 
taken from Derby and Southbury. Population, 1890, 902. Chil- 
dren between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 226. Grand list, 
$310,893. Indebtedness, $10,833.50. Rate of taxation, 18 mills. 
Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by the New Eng- 
land Railroad; station, To wan tic; by stage from Southford 
on the same road; and from Seymour, on the Naugatuck 
division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, daily. 
Post-offices, Oxford and Quakers Farms. Stevenson, on the Berk- 
shire division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
is but a third of a mile from the western border, and is station and 
post-office for that portion of the town. 

Plainfleld, Windham County.— Incorporated May, 1699. Pop- 
ulation, 1890, 4,582. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, Octo- 
ber, 1895, 1,109. Grand list, $1,788,325. Indebtedness, $14,000. 
Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and 
the manufacture of cotton and woolen goods, brick, carriages, etc. 
Is reached by the New England Railroad, Providence division ; 
stations, Moosup, Plainfleld, and Packerville; and by the Nor- 
wich & Worcester division; stations, Plainfleld, Central Vil- 
lage, and Wauregan. Post-offices, Plainfleld, Central Village, 
Moosup, Wauregan, and Packerville. 

Plainville, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1869; taken 
from Farmington. Population, 1890, 1,993. Children between 
the ages of 4 and 16, October 1895, 348. Grand list, $685,790. 
Indebtedness, funded, $20,000; floating, $7,500. Rate of taxation, 
15 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture 
of knit underwear, saddlers' hardware, names, carriages, watch- 
makers' tools, rivets, etc. Is reached by the New England 
and the Northampton division of the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroads; by electric railway from Bristol, Plainville, 
and New Britain. Post office, Plainville. 

Plymouth, Litchfield Couuty. — incorporated May, 1795; taken 
from Watertown. Population, 1890, 2,147. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 438. Grand list, $864,374. In- 
debtedness, $5,860.75. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal in- 
dustries, agriculture, and the manufacture of locks, wood-turning, 
domestic lumber, oven thermometers, and malleable castings. Is 
reached by the New England Railroad; stations, at Terry ville, 
Greystone, Wheaton's, Hancock, and Tolles; and by the Nauga- 
tuck division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 337 

road, stations at Thomaston and Reynolds' Bridge in the 
town of Thomaston ; by stage from Tkomaston to Pequabuck, 
through Plymouth Center and Terryville, four times daily. Post- 
offices, Plymouth, Terryville, Pequabuck, and Greystone. 

Pomfret, Windham County.*— Population, 1890, 1,471. Chil- 
dren between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 270. Grand 
list, $838,128. Indebtedness, $2,073.76. Rateof taxation, 10 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture and the keeping of summer board- 
ers. Is reached by the New England Railroad; stations, Pomfret, 
Abington, and Elliott's. Post-offices, Pomfret, Pomfret Center, 
Pomfret Landing, Abington, and Elliott's. 

Portland, Middlesex County. — Incorporated May, 1841; taken 
from Chatham. Population, 1890, 4,687. Children between 4 
and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 1,044. Grand list, $1,884,873. 
Indebtedness, funded, $285,000. Rate of taxation, 20 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture, stone quarrying, spar-mining, 
ship-building, foundry, and tin-stamping works. Is reached by 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Air Line 
division, station, Portland; by ferry from Middletown on the 
Valley division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road; by steamboat from Hartford and New York daily during 
open season; by stage from Gildersleeve post-office to station twice 
a day. Post-offices, Portland and Gildersleeve. 

Preston, New London County. f — Population, 1890, 2,555. 
Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 620. Grand 
list, $853,376. Indebtedness, funded, $90,000. Rate of taxation, 
15 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of 
woolen and silk goods. Is reached by stage from Westerly, R. I., 
and Norwich daily. The western part of the town, particularly 
the village called "Preston Side," opposite Norwich, has practi- 
cally the same railroad, steamboat, and postal facilities that Nor- 
wich has. The post- offices within the town are Preston and 
Poquetanuck. 

Prospect, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1827; taken 
from Cheshire and Waterbury. Population, 1890, 445. Children 
between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 105. Grand list, 
$158,232. Indebtedness, $2,537.15. Rate of taxation, 13 mills. 
Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by stage from West 
Cheshire on the Northampton division of the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, daily, and by the Meriden, Water- 
bury & Conn. River Railroad; station, Prospect. Post-office, 
Prospect. 

Putnam, Windham County. — Incorporated May, 1855; taken 
from Thompson, Pomfret, and Killingly. Population, 1890, 6,512. 
Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 1,517. 

* Date of organization ae a town uncertain. Named 1713. 
t Named October, 1687. 
22 



388 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

Grand list, $3,030,185. Indebtedness, $73,505. Rate of taxation, 
10 mills. Principal industries, the manufacture of cotton, woolen, 
and silk goods, shoes, steam-heaters, cutlery, castings, etc., and 
agriculture. Is reached by the New England Railroad, main line, 
and Norwich division; by stage from Eastford, Woodstock, and 
Pomfret, twice a day; East Putnam, daily. Post offices, Putnam 
and Putnam Heights. 

Redding-, Fairfield County. — Incorporated May, 1767; taken 
from Fairfield. Population, 1890, 1,546. Children between 4 and 
16 years of age, October, 1895, 235. Grand list, $488,036. Indebt- 
edness, funded, $25,000. Rate of taxation, 12| mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture, wire drawing, and weaving. It has within 
its borders the Putnam camp ground, where, during the winter of 
1776-7, the American army was encamped. Is reached by the 
Danbury & Norwalk Railroad; stations, Georgetown, Branch- 
ville, Redding, West Redding, and Sanford; by stage from West 
Redding to Redding Center and Redding Ridge, daily. Post- 
offices, West Redding, Redding, Redding Ridge, and Sanford. 

Ridgefield, Fairfield County. — Incorporated October, 1709. 
Population, 1890, 2,235. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, 
October, 1895, 480. Grand list, $1,385,825. Indebtedness, $44,- 
793.66. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal industries, agricul- 
ture (milk for New York a specialty), and quarrying and grinding 
of feldspar and quartz. Is reached by the Danbury & Norwalk 
Railroad; station, Branchville; a branch runs to Ridgefield village. 
Post-offices, Ridgefield, Branchville, Ridgebury, and Titicus. 

Rocky Hill, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1843; taken 
from Wethersfield. Population, 1890, 1,069. Children between 
4 and 16 years of "age, October, 1895, 200. Grand list, $390,903. 
Indebtedness, funded, $26,161.97. Rate of taxation, 11 mills. Prin- 
cipal industries, agriculture, ship-building, iron and steel works. 
Is reached by the Valley division of the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad; station, Rocky Hill; by steamboat from 
Hartford and New York daily during the open season. Post-office, 
Rocky Hill. 

Roxbury, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1796; 
taken from Woodbury. Population. 1890, 936. Children between 
4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 193. Grand list, $309,829. 
Indebtedness, $25,600. Rate of taxation, 14 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and stone quarrying. Is reached by the 
Shepaug, Litchfield & Northern Railroad; stations, Roxbury, Rox- 
bury Falls, and Judd's Bridge; by stage from New Milford on the 
Berkshire division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road and Bridgewater, daily. Stages from Roxbury Center con- 
nect with passenger trains at Roxbury Station. Post-offices, Rox- 
bury, Roxbury Station, Judd's Bridge, and Garnet. 

I (Salem, New London County. — Incorporated May, 1819; taken 
from Colchester, Lyme, and Montville. Population, 1890, 481. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 339 

Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 114. Grand 
list, $195,401. Indebtedness, funded, $9,500. Rate of taxation, 
12 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by stage 
from New London to Salem village, and from Norwich to Gardner 
Lake, daily. Post-offices, Salem and Gardner Lake. 

Salisbury, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1741. 
Population, 1890, 3,420. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, 
October, 1895, 796. Grand list, $1,734,903. Indebtedness, funded, 
$24,500. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal industries, agri- 
culture, mining and smelting iron ore, manufacture of car wheels, 
etc. Is reached by the Philadelphia, Reading & New England 
Railroad; stations, Chapinville, Salisbury, Lakeville, and Ore Hill. 
The Berkshire division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad runs along eastern border of the town, with stations at 
Falls Village and Canaan. Post-offices, Salisbury, Chapinville, 
Lakeville, Ore Hill, and Lime Rock. 

Saybrook, Middlesex County. — Settled, 1635.* Population, 
1890, 1,484. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 
1895, 264. Grand list, $679,846. Indebtedness, funded, $35,000; 
floating, $9,000.00; sinking fund, $8,757.41. Rate of taxation, 16 
mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of 
piano keys, ivory and bone goods, wire goods, button hooks, cro- 
chet needles, boring implements, etc. Is reached by the Valley 
division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad ; sta- 
tion at Deep River; and by steamboat from Hartford and New 
York daily during the open season. Stage from Deep River village 
connects with all passenger trains; stage from Deep River station 
to Winthrop village daily. Post-offices, Deep River and Winthrop. 

Scotland, Windham County. — Incorporated May, 1857; taken 
from Windham. Population, 1890, 506. Children between 4 and 
16 years of age, October, 1895, 92. Grand list, $195,541. Indebt- 
edness, $1,106.47. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal indus- 
try, agriculture. Is reached by the New England Railroad, Provi- 
dence division; by stage from Willimantic, daily. Post-office, 
Scotland. 

Seymour, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1850; taken 
from Derby. Population, 1890, 3,300. Children between 4 and 16 
years of age, October, 1895, 725. Grand list, $1,333,029. Indebt- 
edness, $40,160.50. Rate of taxation, 18 mills. Principal indus- 
tries, the manufacture of brass and copper goods, plush, hard rub- 
ber goods, boring implements, horse nails, pins, paper, telegraph 
cables, etc., and agriculture. Is reached by the Naugatuck divis- 
ion of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, and by 
stage from Southford on the New England Railroad, via Oxford, 
daily. Post-office, Seymour. 

Sharon, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1739. Pop- 
ulation, 1890, 2,149. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, Oc- 

• United with Connecticut December, 1644, 



340 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

tober, 1895, 407, Grand list, $1,159,288. Indebtedness, $3,602.01. 
Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and 
iron works. Is reached by stage from Cornwall Bridge on the 
Berkshire division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad daily, and from Sharon Station on the Harlem Railroad 
three times a day. Post-offices, Sharon, Sharon Valley, and Ells- 
worth. 

Sherman, Fairfield County. — Incorporated, October, 1802; taken 
from New Fairfield. Population, 1890, 668. Children between 4 
and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 110. Grand list, $345,115. 
Indebtedness, funded, $2,600; floating, $2,400. Rate of taxation, 
13 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by stage 
from New Milford, daily. Post-office, Sherman. 

Simsbury, Hartford County.*— Population, 1890, 1,874. Chil- 
dren between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 412. Grand 
list, $1,145,934. Indebtedness, funded, $30,000; floating, $12,286.70. 
Rate of taxation, 14 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and 
manufacture of safety fuse, laces, etc. Is reached by the North- 
ampton division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road; stations, Simsbury and Weatogue; and by the Philadelphia, 
Reading & New England Railroad ; stations, Tariff' ville and Sims- 
bury; flag stations, Hoskins and Stratton Brook; by stage from 
Salmon Brook and Granby twice a day. Post offices, Simsbury, 
West Simsbury, Tariff ville, and Weatogue. 

Somers, Tolland County. — Incorporated July, 1734; by Massa- 
chusetts; annexed to Connecticut, May, 1749. Population, 1890, 
1,407. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 265. 
Grand list, $663,159. Indebtedness, $3,407.40. Rate of taxation, 
12 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and woolen manufac- 
turing. Is reached by stage from Scitico on the New England Rail- 
road, Springfield division, three times a day. Post-offices, Kibbe, 
Somers, and Somersville. 

Soutlibury, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1787; 
taken from Woodbury. Population, 1890, 1 ,089. Children between 
4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 259. Grand list, $418,465. 
Indebtedness, $10,750. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal in- 
dustry, agriculture. Is reached by the New England Rail- 
road ; stations, Southford and Pomperaug Valley ; by stage 
from Woodbury through Soutlibury to Pomperaug Valley four 
times a day, and from South Britain to Pomperaug Valley once a 
day. Post-offices, Southbury, South Britain, and Southford. 

Southington, Hartford County. — Incorporated October, 1779; 
taken from Farmington. Population, 1890, 5,501. Childreu be- 
tween the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 1,136. Grand list, r 
$2,173,124. Indebtedness, $56,237. Rate of taxation, 12£ mills. 
Borough of Southington grand list, $1,455,234. Indebtedness, $23,- 

* Named May, 1760. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 341 

100. Rate of taxation, 5 mills. Principal industries, agriculture 
and manufacture of hardware, pocket cutlery, wood screws, car- 
riage hardware, holts, etc. Is reached by the Northampton divis- 
ion of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; stations, 
Southington, Plantsville, and Milldale; by stage from Meriden 
daily. Post-offices, Southington, Plantsville, Milldale, and Marion. 

South Windsor, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1845; 
taken from East Windsor. Population, 1890, 1,736. Children be- 
tween the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 322. Grand list, $1,- 
039,664. Indebtedness, $10,000. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal 
industry, agriculture. Is reached by the New England Railroad, 
Springfield division; stations at South Windsor, East Windsor Hill, 
and Burnham's, and by electric railway from Hartford to South 
Windsor and East Windsor Hill. The village of Wapping is 
reached from Buckland station on the main line of the same rail- 
road. Post-offices, South Windsor, East Windsor Hill, Vinton's 
Mills, and Wapping. 

Sprague, New London County. — Incorporated May, 1861; taken 
from Lisbon and Franklin. Population, 1890, 1,106. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 349. Grand list, 
$598,057. Indebtedness, $39,591.13. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. 
Principal industries, the manufacture of cotton and woolen goods, 
paper making, and agriculture. Is reached by the New Eng- 
land Railroad, Providence division;* station, Baltic; by stage 
from Norwich to the village of Hanover daily. Post-offices, Bal- 
tic, Hanover, and Versailles, on the border of Lisbon. 

Stafford, Tolland County. *— Population, 1890, 4,535. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 1,029. Grand list, $1,- 
255.660. Indebtedness, funded. $36,766.01. Rate of taxation, 20 
mills. Grand list of borough of Stafford Springs, $736,243. In- 
debtedness, $12,850. Rate of taxation, 71 mills. "Principal indus- 
tries, agriculture and the manufacture of woolen goods. Is reached 
by the New London Northern Railroad; stations at Stafford 
Springs, Powder Track (or Orcutt's), and Ellithorpe; by stage from 
Stafford Springs to Stafford Hollow, Staffordville, West Stafford, 
and Square Pond. Post offices, Stafford, Staffordville, Stafford 
Springs, and West Stafford. 

Stamford, Fairfield County.— Settled, 1640, under New Haven 
jurisdiction; named, April, 1642; submitted to Connecticut, Octo- 
ber, 1662. Population, 1890, town, 15,700; city 12,500. Children 
between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 4,071. Grand list, 
$9,528,592. Indebtedness, bonds,$265,000, floating, $100,000. Rate 
of taxation, 13 mills. Grand list of city, $17,391,963. Indebted, 
ness, funded, $150,000. Rate of taxation, 1st dist,, 7^ mills; 2d 
dist., 5f mills Principal industries, manufactnre of dye stuffs, ex- 
tracts, ironcastings, machinery, shoes, pottery, hats, locks, pianos, 
thread, billiard tables, pumps, drugs, carriages, and agriculture. Is 



Settled in 1719. 



342 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

reached by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad ; stations, 
Stamford and Glenbrook; and the New Canaan branch; stations, 
Glenbrook and Springdale ; by steamboat from New York daily ; 
by stage from Pound Ridge and Bedford in New York, Long 
Ridge, High Ridge, and North Stamford daily. Post-offices, Stam- 
ford, Glenbrook, Springdale, North Stamford, Long Ridge, High 
Ridge, Lockwood, and River Bank. 

Sterling, Windham County. — Incorporated May, 1794 ; taken 
from Voluntown. Population, 1890, 1,051. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 275. Grand list, $316,461. Indebt- 
edness, $5,940.86. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal indus- 
tries, agriculture and granite quarrying, dyeing, bleaching, etc. 
Is reached by the New England Railroad, Providence division; 
stations, Sterling and Oneco. Post-offices, Sterling, Oneco, Ekonk, 
and North Sterling. 

Stonington, New London County. — Incorporated October, 1658, 
by Massachusetts. Population, 1898, 7,184. Children between 
the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 1,594. Grand list, $2,781,966. 
Indebtedness, $43,176.70. Rate of taxation, 12£ mills. Grand list 
of borough, $828,973. Indebtedness, $35,000. Rate of taxation, 
10 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manufac- 
ture of machinery, printing presses, woolen goods, velvet goods, 
etc. Is reached by the New York, Providence & Boston Railroad; 
stations at Stonington and Mystic Bridge. The village of Pawca- 
tuck on the eastern border of the town is reached from the West- 
erly station on the same road just across the Rhode Island line, by 
steamboat from New York daily; and from Watch Hill, Norwich, 
and New London in the summer season. Post offices, Stonington, 
Mystic, and Old Mystic. Pawcatuck village receives mail from 
Westerly, Rhode Island. 

Stratford, Fairfield County.— Settled, 1639. Population, 1890, 
2,608. Children between the ages of 4 and 16. October, 1895, 614. 
Grand list, $1,046,805. Indebtedness, funded, $25,000; floating, 
$18,659. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal industries, agri- 
culture and fisheries. Is reached by the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad. Post-offices, Stratford and Oronoque. 

Suffield, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1674, by Massa- 
chusetts; annexed to Connecticut, May, 1749. Population, 1890, 
3,169. Children between the ages of 4 and 16. October, 1895, 612. 
Grand list, $1,875,600. Indebtedness, $17,413.38. Rate of taxa- 
tion, 10 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and cigar making. 
Is reached by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
Suffield branch; stations, Woods, Boston Neck, Sheldon, and Suf- 
field; by stage from Suffield station to West Suffield, three times a 
day. Post offices. Suffield, and West Suffield. 

Thomaston, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1875; taken 
from Plymouth. Population, 1890, 3,278. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 726. Grand list, $1,494,348. In- 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 348 

debtedness, $65,235.15. Rate of taxation, 12£ mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture and the manufacture of clocks and watches, 
brass goods, cutlery, enameled goods, clock bells, bicycle cyclome- 
ters, etc. Is reached by the Naugatuck division of the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad ; stations, Thomaston and Reynolds' 
Bridge; by stage from Terry ville on the New England Railroad, 
connecting with all passenger trains; and from Northfield and 
Plymouth, daily. Post-offices, Thomaston and Reynolds' Bridge. 

Thompson, Windham County. — Incorporated May, 1785; taken 
from Killingly. Population, 1890, 5,580. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 1,316. Grand list, $1,603,891. 
Indebtedness, $6,173.40. Rate of taxation, 12 mills. Principal 
industries, manufacture of cotton and woolen goods, and agricul- 
ture. Is reached by the New England railroad, main line; 
stations, Thompson and East Thompson; and by the Norwich 
division of the same road; stations, Mechanicsville, West Thomp- 
son, Grosvenor Dale, North Grosvenor Dale, and Wilson's; also 
by the Southbridge branch of the same division; station, Quinne- 
baug. Post-offices, Thompson, West Thompson, East Thompson, 
Grosvenor Dale, North Grosvenor Dale, Wilsonville, Mechanics- 
ville, New Boston, and Quinnebaug. 

Tolland, Tolland County. — Named May, 1715. Population, 
1890, 1,037. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 
224. Grand list, $360,106. Indebtedness, $3,198 42. Rate of tax- 
ation, 15 mills. Principal industries, agriculture, and one belt 
manufactory. Is reached by the New London Northern Railroad; 
station, Tolland, on the eastern border of the town of Willington; 
ture. Is reached by the New England Railroad, main line ; 
by stasre from Rockville, on a branch of the New England Railroad. 
Post-office, Tolland. 

Torrington, Litchfield County. — Incorporated October, 1740. 
Population, 1890, 6,048.* Children between the ages of 4 and 16, 
October, 1895, 1,894. Grand list, $3,782,754. Indebtedness, $41,- 
932.71. Rate of taxation, 8 mills. Grand list of borough, $3,762,079. 
Indebtedness, $39,061.62. Rate of taxation, 3 mills. Principal 
industries, the manufacture of sheet and rolled brass, brass, cop- 
per, nickel, silver, and gold-plated goods, iron, brass, copper, 
and spelter castings, needles, machines, furniture, upholstery, 
nails, woolen goods, etc., and agriculture. Is reached by the 
Naugatuck division of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad; stations, Torrington and Burrville; by stage from Collins- 
ville. on the Philadelphia, Reading & New England Railroad, via 
Torringford, and from Goshen via West Torrington, daily. Post- 
offices, Torrington, West Torrington, Torringford, and Burrville. 

Trumbull, Fairfield County. — Incorporated October, 1797; 
taken from Stratford. Population, 1890, 1,453. Children between 



Census taken by the town, October, 1895, snows population to be 8,955. 



344 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 299. Grand list, $598,887. 
Indebtedness, $14,939.88. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal 
industries, agriculture, and the manufacture of knit underwear, 
cigars, paper, wagons, etc. Is reached by the Bridgeport branch 
of the Berkshire division New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road; stations, Trumbull and Long Hill. Post-offices, Trumbull, 
Long Hill, and Nichols. 

Union, Tolland County. — Incorporated October, 1734. Popu- 
lation, 1890, 431. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 
1895, 87. Grand list, $117,830. Indebtedness, $377.31. Rate of 
taxation, 23 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached 
by stage from Stafford on the New London Northern Railroad, and 
Southbridge, Mass., daily. Post-offices, Union and Mashapaug. 

Vernon, Tolland County. — Incorporated October, 1808; taken 
from Bolton. Population, 1890, 8,808. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 1,918. Grand list, $3,032,417. 
Indebtedness, funded, $235,000; floating, $11,433.10. Rate of 
taxation, 14 mills. Grand list of city of Rockville, May 3, 1893, 
$2,536,522. Indebtedness, none. Rate of taxation, 6 mills. Prin- 
cipal industries, the manufacture of woolen, silk, and cotton good3, 
and agriculture. Is reached by the New England Railroad; 
stations, Vernon and Talcottville; and by the Rockville branch of 
the same; stations, Vernon Center, West Street, and Rockville; 
also by the Melrose branch of the New England Railroad, Spring- 
field division; station, Rockville; by stage from Tolland to 
Rockville, daily. Post-offices, Rockville, Vernon, Vernon Center, 
and Talcottville. 

Yolimtown, New London County. — Named May, 1708. Popu- 
lation, 1890, 1,060. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, Octo- 
ber, 1895, 241. Grand list, $229,969. Indebtedness, $2,559.78. 
Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and 
the manufacture of cotton goods. Is reached by stage from Jewett 
City on the New England Railroad, Norwich division twice a day ; 
from Norwich, Westerly, R. I., and Sterling, daily. Post offices, 
Campbell's Mills, Voluntown, and Ekonk, in town of Sterling; 
mail from Sterling every day. 

Wallingford, New Haven County.*— Population, 1890, 6,584. 
Children between the ages of 4 and 16, Octaber, 1895, 1,679- 
Grand list, 3,338,750. Indebtedness, $101,779.26. Rate of taxation, 
9 mills. Grand list of borough, Feb., 1893, $2,353,181. Indebted- 
ness, $74,320.50. Indebtedness, water-works, $169,500. Rate of 
taxation, 5 mills. Principal industries, the manufacture of silver- 
plated and light brass goods, rubber goods, wheels, etc., and agri- 
culture. Is reached by the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad; stations, Wallingford, Yalesville; and by the same road, 
Air Line division; station, East Wallingford. Post-offices, Walling- 
ford, East Wallingford, Yalesville, and Tracy. 

* Named May, 1670. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 345 

Warren, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1786; taken 
from Kent. Population, 1890, 477. Children between the ages of 
4 and 16, October, 1895, 112. Grand list, $225,972. Indebtedness, 
$4,014 40. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. Principal industry, agri- 
culture. Is reached by stage daily from New Preston station, on 
the Shepaug, Litchfield & Northern Railroad. Post-office, Warren. 

Washington, Litchfield County. — Incorporated January, 1779; 
taken from Woodbury, Litchfield, Kent, and New Milford. Pop- 
ulation, 1890, 1,633. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, Octo- 
ber, 1895, 325. Grand list, $988,670. Indebtedness, $37,458.99. 
Rate of taxation, 13 mills. Principal industry, agriculture. It is 
quite a summer resort. Is reached by the Shepaug, Litchfield & 
Northern Railroad; stations, Washington, New Preston, and Rom- 
ford; by stage from New Preston and Marbledale, daily. Stages 
run from New Preston to New Preston Station, and from Wash- 
ington to Washington Depot, in connection with all passenger 
trains; and from Romford to Woodville, once a day. Post-offices, 
Washington, Washington Depot, Romford, New Preston, Marble- 
dale, and Woodville. 

Waterbury, New Haven County.* — Population, 1890, town, 
33,202; city, 28,646. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, Oc- 
tober, 1895, 10,027. Grand list, $12,142,410. Indebtedness, $85,- 
000. Rate of taxation, 5 mills. Grand list of city, $10,454,138. 
Indebtedness, bonded, $904,000; floating, $147,500. Rate of taxa- 
tion, 20 mills. Principal industries, the manufacture of rolled 
and cast brass and copper, and German silver goods, lamp trim- 
mings, boilers, buttons, percussion caps and cartridges, clocks, 
watches, plated ware, pins, eyelets and buckles, electric light and 
telephone wire, machinery, chemicals, acids, etc., and agriculture. 
The city is the center of the brass industry in this country. Is 
reached by the Naugatuck division of the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford and the New England Railroads; stations at Waterbury 
and Waterville; and the Meriden, Waterbury & Connecticut River 
Railroad; station, Waterbury. By stage from Woodbury and 
Middlebury, daily. Post-offices, Waterbury and Waterville. 

Waterford, New London County. — Incorporated October, 1801; 
taken from New London. Population, 1890, 2,661. Children be- 
tween the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 578. Grand list, $1,- 
044,105. Indebtedness, $36,019.38. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture, quarrying and monumental 
work, and the manufacture of paper. Is reached by the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Shore Line division; sta- 
tions, Waterford and Millstone; and by the New London Northern 
Railroad; station, Harrison's. Post-offices, Millstone, Waterford, 
and Quaker Hill. New London po3t-office supplies the central 
portion of the town. 



* Named, May, 1686. 



346 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

Watertown, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1780; 
taken from Waterbury. Population, 1890, 2,823. Children be- 
tween the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 532. Grand list, $1,- 
374,896. Indebtedness, $30,000. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of silk 
thread, umbrella trimmings, mouse traps, and general hardware. 
Is reached by the Watertown branch of the Naugatuck division of 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; stations, Oak- 
ville and Watertown; by stage from Woodbury and Bethlehem, 
daily. Post-offices, Watertown and Oakville. 

Westbrook, Middlesex County. — Incorporated May, 1840; taken 
from Saybrook. Population, 1890, 874. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 154. Grand list, $482,623. In- 
debtedness, $7,600. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Principal indus- 
tries, agriculture and fishing. Is reached by the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, Shore Line division. Post-offices, 
Westbrook and Grove Beach. 

West Hartford, Hartford County. — Incorporated May 1854; 
taken from Hartford. Population, 1890, 1,930. Children between 
the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 483. Grand list, $2,442,504. 
Indebtedness, $151,000. Rate of taxation 12 mills. Principal in- 
dustries, agriculture, (dairying, tobacco farming, and market gar- 
dening specialties,) and manufacture of brick, pottery, and water 
heaters. It is reached by the New England Railroad ; station, Elm- 
wood ; by electric railway from Hartford every ten minutes, and 
from Unionville and Farmington every thirty minutes. Post-offices, 
West Hartford and Elmwood. 

Weston, Fairfield County. — Incorporated October, 1787; taken 
from Fairfield. Population, 1890, 772. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 149. Grand list, 325,741. Indebt- 
edness, funded, $7,563.52. Rate of taxation, 9 mills. Principal 
industry, agriculture. Is reached by stage from Norwalk, daily. 
Georgetown, on the Danbury & Norwalk Railroad, is near the 
northwestern corner of the town. Post-offices, Weston and Lyons 
Plains. 

Westport, Fairfield County. — Incorporated May, 1835; taken 
from Fairfield, Norwalk, and Weston. Population, 1890, 3,715. 
Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 787. Grand 
list, $2,216,318. Indebtedness, $74,059.08. Rate of taxation, 10 
mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture of 
morocco, cotton twine, satchels, planes, buttons, etc. Is reached 
by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; stations, 
Saugatuck and Green's Farms. Westport village is connected 
with Saugatuck station by horse railroad. Post-offices, Westport, 
Saugatuck, and Green's Farms. 

Wethersfleld, Hartford County.*— Population, 1890, 2,271. 
Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 386. Grand 



♦Settled, 1635; named, 1637. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 347 

list, $1,296,602. Indebtedness, $33,074. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. 
Principal industries, agriculture, garden seeds a specialty, and the 
manufacture of copying presses and mattresses; and shoes are made 
at the State Prison, located here. Is reached by the Valley division 
of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; stations, 
Wethersfield and South Wethersfield; by electric railroad from 
Hartford; by steamboat from New York and Hartford, daily dur- 
ing the open season. Post-offices, Wethersfield and South Wethers- 
field. 

Willington, Tolland County. — Incorporated May, 1727. Pop 
ulation 1890, 906. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 
1895,213. Grand list, $207,461. Indebtedness, $989.13. Rate of 
taxation, 224- mills Principal industries, agriculture, and the 
manufacture of woolen and cotton goods Is reached by the New 
London Northern Railroad; stations. West Willington and South 
Willington; by stage daily from West Woodstock to West Willing- 
ton, through Westford, Moose Meadow, East Willington, and 
Willington. Post-offices, Willington, East Willington, South Wil- 
lington, West Willington, and Moose Meadow. 

Wilton, Fairfield County — Incorporated May, 1802; taken 
from Norwalk. Population, 1890, 1,722. Children between the 
ages of 4 and 16, October, 1895, 372. Grand list, $575,163. In- 
debtedness, $22,073.15. Rate of taxation, *10 mills. Principal in- 
dustries, agriculture and wire drawing. Is reached by the Dan- 
bury & Norwalk Railroad; stations at Wilton, South Wilton, 
Cannon, and Georgetown. Post-offices, Hurlbutt Street, Wilton, 
South Wilton, North Wilton, Cannon, and Georgetown. 

Winchester, Litchfield County. — Incorporated May, 1771. 
Population, 1890, 6,183. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, 
October, 1895, 1,465. Grand list, $2,741,759. Indebtedness, fund- 
ed, $90,000; floating, $27,233.44. Rate of taxation, 15 mills. 
Grand list of borough of Winsted in 1893, $2,288,330. Indebted- 
ness, $52,200. Rate of taxation, 5 mills. Principal industries, 
the manufacture of knit goods, clocks, coffin trimmings, cutlery, 
spool silk, scythes, wagon bolts, shoes, leather, edge tools, pins, hard- 
ware, and a variety of small articles. Is reached by the Philadelphia, 
Reading & New England Railroad; stations, East Winsted, Win- 
sted, West Winsted, and Colebrook; by the Naugatuck division, 
of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; station, Win- 
sted; by stage from Otis, New Boston, Montville, and Granville, 
Mass., Colebrook River, Riverton, and Robertsville, and from 
Sandisfield and South Sandisfield, Mass., from North Colebrook 
and Colebrook, daily. Post-offices, Winsted, West Winsted, and 
Winchester Centre. 

Windham, Windham County. — Incorporated May, 1692. Popu- 
lation, 1890,10,032. Children between the ages of 4 and 16, October, 
1895,1,964. Grand list, $4,461,418. Indebtedness, funded, $30,000; 
floating, $8,762.70. Rate of taxation, 9 mills. Grand list of 
City of Willimantic, 1894, $3,915,880. Indebtedness, funded, 



348 STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 

$300,000; floating, $66,700. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. Princi- 
pal industries, the manufacture of spool cotton, silk twist, 3ilk and 
cotton fabrics, silk and other machinery, carriages, etc., and agri- 
culture. Is reached by the New England Railroad; stations, Willi- 
mantic and North Windham; by the Providence division of the 
same road, stations, Willimantic and South Windham; by the New 
London Northern Railroad, stations, Willimantic and South Wind- 
ham; and by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
Air line division, station, Willimantic; by stage from Ashford, 
Warren ville, Mount Hope, Mansfield Center, Scotland, ChafEeeville, 
daily, to Willimantic. Post-offices, Willimantic, Windham, North 
Windham, and South Windham. 

Windsor, Hartford County.*— Population, 1890, 2,954. Chil- 
dren between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 624. Grand 
list, $1,398,000. Indebtedness, $61,880.81. Rate of taxation, 13 
mills. Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad; station at Windsor, with 
flag stations at Wilson's and Hayden's. By electric railway 
from Hartford. Post-offices, Windsor, Poquonock, and Rainbow. 

Windsor Locks, Hartford County. — Incorporated May, 1854. 
taken from Windsor. Population, 1890, 2,758. Children between 
4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 756 Grand list, $1,574,135, 
Indebtedness, funded, $45,000; floating, $8,000. Rate of taxation, 
10 mills. Principal industries, the manufacture of paper, cotton 
warp, machinery, silk goods, hosiery, steel, school apparatus, etc., 
and agriculture. Is reached by the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad. Post-office, Windsor Locks. 

Wolcott, New Haven County. — Incorporated May, 1796; taken 
from Waterbury and Southington. Population, 1890, 522. Chil- 
dren between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 135. Grand 
list, $218,617. Rate of taxation, 9 mills. Principal industry, ag- 
riculture. Waterbury and Greystone, on the New England Rail- 
road, and Southington are near points. Post-office, Wolcott. 

Woodbridge, New Haven County. — Incorporated January, 
1784; taken from New Haven and Milford. Population, 1890, 926. 
Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 166. Grand 
list, $496,238. Indebtedness, $935.51. Rate of taxation, 10 mills. 
Principal industry, agriculture. Is reached by stage from New 
Haven and Seymour, daily. There is no post-office in the town. 
Westville post-office supplies most of the mail. 

Woodbury, Litchfield County. \ — Population, 1890, 1,815. 
Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 1895, 380. 
Grand list, $901,540. Indebtedness, $9,799.85. Rate of taxation, 
10 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the manufacture 



* Settled, 1635; named, February, 1637. 
t Named, May, 1674. 



STATISTICS OF TOWNS. 349 

of woolens, shears and other cutlery, powder flasks, etc^ Is 
reached by stage from Pomperaug Valley station, on the New 
England Railroad, four times a day, and Watertown on the Water- 
town branch of the Naugatuck division of the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, daily. Post-offices, Woodbury, 
Hotchkissville, Minortown, and North Woodbury. 

Woodstock, Windham County. — Incorporated March, 1690, by 
Massachusetts; annexed to Connecticut May, 1749. Population, 
1890, 2,309. Children between 4 and 16 years of age, October, 
1895, 430. Grand list, $861,338. Indebtedness, $11,696.75. Rate 
of taxation, 12 mills. Principal industries, agriculture and the 
manufacture of cotton twine. Is reached by stage from Putnam. 
Post offices, Woodstock, North Woodstock, South Woodstock, 
East Woodstock, West Woodstock, and Woodstock Vallev. 



350 



INCOKPORATION OP CITIES AND BOROUGHS. 



CITIES IN CONNECTICUT WITH DATE OF 
INCORPORATION. 





Incorporated. 


New Haven, New Haven County, 


January session, 1784 


New London, New London " 


1784 


Hartford, Hartford " 


May session, 1784 


Middletown Middlesex " 


1784 


Norwich, New London " 


1784 


Bridgeport, Fairfield " 


1836 


Waterbury, New Haven 


1853 


Meriden, 


1867 


New Britain, Hartford " 


1870 


So.Norwalk( Norwalk), Fairfield County, 


1870 


Danbury, " 


January session, 1889 


Rockville (Vernon), Tolland County, 


1889. 


Ansonia, New Haven " 


1893. 


Derby, " 


1893 


Norwalk, Fairfield " 


1893. 


Stamford, 


1893 


Willimantic (Windham), Windham County, 


1893 


Putnam, " " 


1895 



BOROUGHS IN CONNECTICUT WITH DATE OF 
INCORPORATION. 



New London County, 

New Haven 

Fairfield 

New London 

Fairfield 

New Haven 



Stonington, 

Guilford, 

Newtown, 

Colchester, 

Bethel, 

Wallingford, 

Danielson (Killingly), Windham County, 

Greenwich, Fairfield 

Winsted (Winchester), Litchfield 

Fair Haven East (N. Haven), N. Haven 

West Haven (Orange), New Haven 

Stafford Springs (Stafford), Tolland 

Litchfield, Litchfield 

Shelton (Huntington), Fairfield 

Torrington, Litchfield County, 

New Canaan, Fairfield " 

Southington, Hartford " 

Branford, New Haven 

Bristol, Hartford 

Naugatuck, New Haven 

Ridgefield, Fairfield 

Jewett City, 



Incorporated. 
May session, 1801. 
October session, 1815. 
May session, 1824. 

1846. 

1847. 

1853. 

1854. 

1854. 

1858. 

1872. 

1873. 

1873. 
January session, 1879. 

1882. 

1887. 

1889. 

1889. 

1893. 

1893. 

1893. 

1893. 

1895. 



STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEES. 



351 



REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL 
COMMITTEE. 





Chairman 




Secretary, 


First 


District, 


Second 


" 


Third 


" 


Fourth 


" 


Fifth 


" 


Sixth 


" 


Seventh 


" 


Eighth 


" 


Ninth 


" 


Tenth 


" 


Eleventh 


" 


Twelfth 


" 


Thirteenth 


" 


Fourteenth 


" 


Fifteenth 


" 


Sixteenth 


it 


Seventeenth 


" 


Eighteenth 


n 


Nineteenth 


" 


Twentieth 


« 


Twenty-first 


11 


Twenty-second 


11 


Twenty-third 


" 


Twenty-fourth 


" 



Herbert E. Benton, New Haven. 
Samuel A. Eddy, Canaan. 
Austin Brainard, Hartford. 
Percy S. Bryant, East Hartford. 
George P. McLean, Simsbury. 
Robert A. Potter, Bristol. 
Charles C. Turner, Waterbury. 
James P. Platt, Meriden. 
Frederick L. Gaylord, Ansonia. 
James A. Howarth, New Haven. 
Frederick Farnsworth, New London. 
William H. Palmer, Jr., Norwich. 
George O. Jackson, Colchester. 
Whitman S. Mead, Greenwich. 
Edmund R. Crowe, Norwalk. 
Allan W. Paige, Bridgeport. 
Samuel S. Ambler, Bethel. 
George A. Hammond, Putnam. 
Preston B. Sibley, Brooklyn. 
O. R. Fyler, Torrington. 
A. T. Roraback, Canaan. 
Edgar L. Pond, Terryville. 
John I. Hutchinson, Essex. 
John M. Douglas, Middletown. 
Thomas A. Lake, Rockville. 
Harry S. Abel, Stafford Springs. 



DEMOCKATTC STATE COMMITTEE. 



Chairman, Clinton B. Davis, Higganum. 

Secretary, Frederick J. Brown, New Haven. 

First District, Richard J. Kinsella, Hartford. 

Second " Frederick W. Warner, 108 Asylum St., Hartford. 

Third " Stephen J. Lyon, Collinsville. 

Fourth " Robert J. Vance, New Britain. 

Fifth " Frederick J. Brown, Waterbury. 

Sixth " George A. Smith, Wallingford. 

Seventh " Robert B. May, Derby. 

Eighth " John P. Carney, New Haven. 

Ninth " Bryan F. Mahan, New London. 

Tenth " James B. Shannon, Norwich. 

Eleventh " Charles W. Comstock, Norwich. 

Twelfth " Melbert B. Cary, Ridgefield. 

Thirteenth " w. H. Bracken, Fairfield. 

Fourteenth " F. S. Stevens, Bridgeport. 

Fifteenth " William McPhelemy, Danbury. 

Sixteenth " John W. Church, Putnam. 

Seventeenth " C. S. Burlingame, Brooklyn. 

Eighteenth " Richard T. Higgins, Winsted. 

Nineteenth " Sidney P. Ensign, Lime Rock. 

Twentieth " Eli D. Weeks, Litchfield. 

Twenty-first " Charles A. Elliott, Clinton. 

Twenty-second " Cart. John Carroll, Middletown. 

Twenty-third " Arthur B. Porter, North Coventry. 

Twenty-fourth *' Pitt Barrows, Spring Hill. 



352 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 





1888. 


1892. 


TOWNS. 


73 






03 


TS 










a 


S3 
o 




<% 


pi 


£ 


— • 


c 






















> 

3 




S 


o 
■i 


5 


1 


is 

S 


3 

o 


Hartford, 


5,747 
138 
287 
205 


5,425 
117 
276 
146 


137 

6 

22 

11 


22 
2 

1 


6,305 
143 
297 
189 


5,628 
125 
286 
127 


182 
4 
18 
9 


74 


Avon, 


3 


Berlin, 




Blooinfield, 




Bristol, 


751 
163 


782 
99 


67 

7 




889 
164 


842 
92 


59 

1 


59 


Burlington, 


4 




268 
110 
412 


293 

87 

495 


7 

2 

17 


l" 


263 

94 

504 


306 
97 
521 


20 


1 






East Hartford, 


15 


21 


East Windsor, 


314 


324 


7 




290 


345 


15 




Enfield, 


530 
346 


734 
333 


73 
15 




546 
361 


718 
332 


52 
11 




Farmington, 

Glastonbury, 


17 


454 


436 


30 


2 


373 


434 


27 


8 


Granby, 


149 


196 


13 




130 


195 


16 




Hartland 


71 

548 


95 
782 


3 

59 




53 
589 


93 
869 


2 
59 




Manchester 


35 


Marlborough, 

New Britain, 


50 


37 


2 




60 


39 


3 




1,822 


1,769 


131 


2 


2,266 


1,853 


183 


7 


Newington, 


100 


96 


8 




106 


90 


8 






195 
134 


269 
113 


32 






210 
120 


257 
112 


33 
6 




Rocky Hill 




Simsbury, 


174 


237 


28 




151 


261 


24 




Soutbington 


613 


708 


32 


5 


612 


686 


38 


3 


South Windsor 


203 


189 


18 




179 


229 


17 




Snflield 


320 
122 


420 
274 


20 
5 


1 


324 

119 


464 
286 


14 
1') 


1 


West Hartford 


2 


Wethersfield 


139 


281 


2 




148 


285 


3 




Windsor, 


316 


331 


43 


6 


313 


397 


38 


3 


Windsor Locks,. . . . 


303 


205 

15,549 


6 


1 


127 


221 


6 


2 


Totals, 


14,984 


805 


43 


16.125 


16,190 


882 


240 







In 1892, Wing (socialist), 66. 



VOTE FOB PRESIDENT — 1888 AND 1892. 



858 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 





1S88. 


1892. 


TOWNS. 


a 

O 


J 

u 
a 


CO 


03 

o 

DQ 

o 

c3 


i=i 

oj 
g 

3 


S3 
O 

8 
W 


"oj 


u 

9 

cj 


New Haven, 

Waterbury, 


9,95S 
3,267 


7,555 
2,519 


280 
116 


34 
12 


10,842 
3,801 
1,109 

56 

90 
527 
207 
833 
120 
281 
379 
128 
2,666 

48 
503 
772 

91 
157 
489 
103 

47 
330 
154 
775 

52 

74 


7,900 

2,732 

1,169 

46 

46 

403 

241 

601 

104 

339 

412 

207 

2,463 

78 

422 

527 

107 

230 

498 

111 

55 

410 

129 

634 

64 

110 


230 
116 
57 

5 

1 

25 
12 

8 

8 
53 
29 
10 
143 

8 
14 
19 

6 
41 
42 

3 
10 
19 

3 
25 

3 

8 


44 
66 

7 


Beacon Falls, 

Bethany, 


31 

94 
476 
234 
1.630 
101 
271 
358 
149 
2,572 

44 
440 
558 

94 
115 
381 
113 

42 
237 
142 
696 

44 

66 


42 

42 
364 
225 
1,647 
121 
366 
363 
216 
2,233 

70 
411 
538 
119 
225 
460 
108 

64 
442 
149 
542 

61 
121 


4 

3 
12 
18 
46 

5 
51 
27 

9 

153 

14 

18 

37 

6 
54 
24 

7 

8 
28 

4 
37 

3 

9 


1 

• * 'J • 

1 

" * 8 ' 

9 

3 ' 

29 

" "l" 
" " "l * 






10 




4 


Derby, 


9 


East Haven, 

Guilford, 




Hamden, 


3 








212 


Middlebury, 

Milford, 


"4 


Naugatuck, 

North Branford, . . . 

North Haven, 

Orange, 

Oxford, 


77 

i 

i 


Prospect, 






5 


Southbury, 




Wallingford, 

Wolcott, 




Woodbridge, 




Totals, 


22,113 


19,003 


973 


100 


24,634 


20,038 


898 


423 







In 1892, Wing (socialist), 156. 



28 



354 



VOTE FOB PRESIDENT — 1888 AND 1892. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 





1888. 


1892. 


TOWNS. 


1 

% 

5 


i 

1 




y 

CQ 

u 

o 

a 
t-5 


-d 

c 

OS 

"3 
> 

O 


a 
o 

.a 
b 

03 
H 


"3 


I 


New London, 

Norwich, 


1,270 

2,141 

112 

263 

174 

56 
243 
615 
123 
133 

82 
107 
29) 
144 
153 
8S3 

56 
115 
793 

54 
310 


1,201 

2,240 

102 

300 

218 

82 
287 
602 
240 
120 

55 
132 
278 
237 
102 
287 

83 

87 
6S3 
151 
239 


145 

89 


8 
5 


1,424 

2,276 

127 

347 

209 

57 
268 
611 
111 
150 

55 
1G0 
288 
149 
150 
&54 

45 

84 
815 

81 
288 


1,356 
2,352 

92 
318 
219 

80 
265 
594 
224 
101 

49 
127 
264 
193 
121 
310 

b2 

87 
574 

C2 
213 


100 
86 

3 
11 
24 

7 
14 
56 
36 

8 
10 


8 
9 


Colchester, 


15 

22 

8 

14 

52 

30 

8 

4 

9 

11 

2 

7 

11 

2 

5 

89 

. . . .j. . 


2 

" 4 ' 
1 

" 1 ' 

' " " 3 ' 
" " 8 " 

6 ' 




East Lyme, 

Franklin, 

Griswold, 


4 




2 


Lebanon, 




Ledyard, 




Lyme, 






9 
19 

2 
13 

2 
12 
136 

5 
35 




North Stonington, . 


.... 












7 


Stonington, 




Voluntown, 


9 






Totals, 


7,582 


7,728 


570 


33 


7,998 


7,716 


588 


40 







VOTE FOE PRESIDENT — 1888 AND 1882, 



855 



FAIRFIELD COTTNTY. 





18S8. 


1S92. 


TOWNS. 


03 

3 


§ 
.2 

1 




03 

o 

CO 

d 


T3 

1 

O 


d 
o 

'£ 

m 


'3 

3 


I 


Bridgeport, 

Danbury, 


4,862 

1,9U0 
296 
129 
245 
97 
425 
938 
322 
137 
264 
93 
617 

1,591 
1S2 
189 
79 

1,485 
527 
176 
82 
475 
188 


4,183 

1,946 
448 
117 
243 
139 
398 
846 
439 
125 
318 
70 
218 

1,941 
194 
313 
105 

1,508 
601 
152 
116 
301 
213 


92 

126 

10 

1 

2 

5 

21 

25 

42 

6 

31 

3 

6 

128 

2 

1 

4 

61 

18 

8 

9 

13 

10 


23 

7 

" "a : 

" a ' 

i 

" i ' 

" " 4 ' 

1 


6,359 

2,502 
342 
104 
221 
127 
450 

1,051 
427 
130 
277 
86 
632 

1,974 
135 
220 
56 

1,714 
291 
175 
85 
464 
184 


4,696 

2,C2D 
452 
123 
245 
123 
419 
917 
518 
122 
330 
82 
235 

2,101 
184 
312 
109 

1,665 
327 
150 
114 
317 
207 


100 

83 

17 

3 

9 


4 

25 


Bethel, 




Brookfield, 




Darien, 




Easton, 




Fairfield, 


12 

21 

25 

3 

19 




Greenwich, 

Huntington, 

Monroe, 


26 


New Canaan, 

New Fairfield, 






3 
95 
10 
3 
7 
36 
11 
8 
5 
9 
12 




Norwalk, 




Redding, 


2 


Ridgefield, 








Stamford, 

Stratford, 




Trumbull, 




Weston, 




Westport 

Wilton, 








Totals, 


15,251 


14,934 


622 


41 


18,006 


15,777 


492 


57 







In 1892, Wing (socialist), 34 



356 



VOTE FOE PRESIDENT — 1888 AND 1892. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 





1888. 


1892. 


TOWNS. 


a 
> 
O 


i 

m 
u 

w 


CO 


a 
o 
to 

o 
& 

03 
►3 


1 

'3 
O 




CO 
U 

W 


3 






160 

132 

140 

63 

80 

68 

477 

292 

82 

405 

48 

92 

220 

770 

156 


163 

110 

117 

80 

89 

85 

696 

433 

172 

555 

72 

117 

369 

810 

327 


22 

9 

15 

4 

8 

4 

41 

9 

18 

28 

12 

10 

11 

65 

34 


2" 

1 ' 


158 

131 

136 

49 

64 

66 

478 

324 

107 

414 

46 

89 

269 

878 

154 


173 

94 

115 

71 

89 

85 

6C9 

441 

142 

572 

74 

158 

352 

856 

323 


16 

3 

13 

4 

8 

3 

27 

9 

14 

26 

8 

10 

15 

92 

19 




Ashford, 




Canterbury, 

Chaplin, 




Eastf ord, 




Hampton, 




Killinely, 


2 


Plainfield, 


1 


Pomf ret, 






4 


Scotland, 




Sterling, 




Thompson, 




Woodstock, 




Totals, 


3,185 


4,195 


290 


3 


3,363 


4,154 


267 


7 







VOTE FOR PRESIDENT — 1888 AND 1892. 



357 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 





1888. 




1892. 




TOWNS. 


1 
O 


1 

■9 




03 
O 
to 

u 
o 

a 
*1 


-d 

1 

5 


I 

s 


"53 


O 

> 


Litchfield, 


415 
123 

71 
121 
130 
123 
171 

99 

78 
161 

95 
235 
610 
209 
110 
216 
132 
411 
308 
284 
400 

01 
196 
215 
626 
185 


320 
152 

84 

43 
128 

96 
138 

99 
126 
160 

58 
310 
464 
167 
197 
240 
119 
352 
241 
429 
675 

67 
192 
258 
720 
245 


40 
2 
8 
6 

19 

3 

21 

12 

36 

12 

8 

11 

10 

5 

18 

55 

3 

6 

6 

25 

36 

3 

14 

20 

46 

43 


" 1 ' 
" 1 ' 

" "2* 
"9" 
" 3 ' 


411 
114 

65 
118 

99 
104 
183 

93 

89 
148 

84 
230 
586 
151 
227 
221 
116 
393 
306 
323 
540 

65 
186 
222 
661 
161 


297 
146 

88 

40 
150 

97 
127 

97 
131 
135 

59 
287 
486 
155 
188 
257 

97 
358 
221 
366 
885 

65 
211 
262 
754 
227 


29 

5 

5 

2 

14 

11 

14 

10 

21 

16 

6 

14 

5 

12 

2 

42 

3 

2 

7 

34 

44 

4 

15 

19 

70 

31 




Barkhamsted 

Bethlehem, 

Bridgewater, 
















Harwinton, 

Kent, 








New Hartford, 

New Milford, 

Norfolk, 




North Canaan, 


1 






Salisbury, 




Sharon, 




Thomaston, 


10 


Torrington, 

Warren, 

Washington, 

Watertown, 


1 


Winchester, 




Woodbury, 


6 


Totals, 


5,790 


6,080 


468 


16 


5,902 


6,186 


437 


18 







In 1892, Wing (socialist), 5. 



358 



VOTE FOB PBESIDENT — 1888 AND 1892. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 





188S. 


1892. 


TOWNS. 


1 

5 


1 


"as 


a 

V 

as 
o 

■8 

hi 


1 
3 


g 

1 


"3 

s 


1 
1 


Middletown, 

Haddam 


1,377 
281 
228 

99 
124 
I4r5 

98 
240 
225 
104 

52 
137 
279 

97 

87 


1,305 
255 
192 
187 
230 
220 
115 
351 
317 
66 
119 
162 
484 
220 
140 


62 

3 

42 

27 

11 

2 

10 

17 

25 

10 

21 

3 

5 

21 

12 


2 

2" 

i 




1,459 

226 

240 

106 

137 

200 

117 

217 

264 

75 

67 

121 

354 

109 

71 


1,376 
246 
195 
193 
203 
225 
106 
330 
310 
71 
108 
158 
438 

. 237 
123 


68 
9 
35 
25 
13 
18 
11 
18 
30 


8 


Chatham, 


2 


Chester, 




Clinton, 








Durham, 




East Haddam, 

Essex, 


4 


Killingworlh, 

Middlefield 




18 


4 


Old Saybrook, 

Portland, 

Saybrook, 




29 

16 
13 


4 
1 


Westbrook, 




Totals, 


3,613 


4,363 


271 


4 


3,763 


4,316 


303 


23 







In 1892, Wing (socialist), 23. 



YOTB FOR PRESIDENT — 1888 AND 1892. 



859 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 





1888. 


1892. 


TOWNS. 


1 
> 

3 


i 

m 
S3 

w 


4 

5 


S3 
o 

00 

-s 


-d 
a 


a 

o 

.g 

(-. 

e3 

w 


1 

5 


g 


Tolland, 


130 

53 

69 

93 

212 

177 

106 

156 

128 

429 

50 

724 

75 


135 

61 

52 

85 

231 

133 

150 

253 

175 

412 

58 

855 

134 


17 
3 
4 
6 

20 
20 
14 
28 
12 
49 
10 
47 
5 




150 
41 
74 

81 
226 
177 

94 
187 
132 
458 

59 
856 

71 


109 

65 

47 

88 

219 

157 

137 

206 

170 

439 

46 

853 

119 


9 
2 
8 
6 

16 
9 
1 

30 
5 

18 
5 

44 
6 








Bolton 




Colombia, 

Coventry, 








Hebron, 




Mansfield, 




Somers, 




Stafford, 

Union, 




Vernon, 




Willington, 


1 


Totals, 


2,402 


2,734 


235 




2,606 


2,655 


159 


1 







In 1892, Wing (socialist), 48. 



360 



VOTE FOE PRESIDENT — 1888 AND 1892. 



STJMMAKY. 





1888. 


1892. 


COUNTIES. 


1 
1 

5 


§ 

to 

OS 
W 


w 


o3 
O 

O 

a 


T3 


1 


1 

n 


Sh' 


Hartford, 


14,984 
22,113 
7,582 
15,251 
3,185 
5,790 
3,613 
2,402 


15,549 
19,003 
7,726 
14,934 
4,195 
6,080 
4,363 
2,734 


805 
973 
570 
622 
290 
468 
271 
235 


43 
100 
33 
41 

3 
16 

4 


16,125 
24,633 
7,998 
18,006 
3,363 
5,902 
3,762 
2,606 


16,190 
20,038 
7,716 
15,777 
4,154 
6,186 
4,316 
2,655 


882 
898 
588 
492 
267 
437 
303 
159 


240 


New Haven, 


423 


New London, 

Fairfield, 


40 
57 


Windham, 


7 


Litchfield, 


18 


Middlesex, 


23 


Tolland, 


1 






Totals, 


74,920 


74,584 


4,234 


240 


82,395 


77,032 


4,026 


809 







In 1892, Wing (socialist), 333. 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS. 1894. 



861 



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348 

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4 






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VOTE FOE MEMBERS OF OONGffiEM. 



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1894. 


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Hartford County, . 


2,658 
15,848 


2,535 
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154 
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498 


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Henry's (Rep.) plurality, 5.207. 
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104 
347 
412 
204 
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85 
420 
571 
113 
226 
583 
112 

56 
409 
129 
658 

64 
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58 

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509 
202 
812 
120 
271 
379 
129 
2,614 

48 
502 
735 

84 
158 
450 
101 

46 
328 
152 
740 

51 

63 


232 

111 
57 

7 

" * 24 
12 
7 
8 

54 

28 

10 

145 

7 

11 

15 

6 

42 

41 

3 

9 

20 

3 

25 

3 

8 


44 

44 


93 

11 

1 


9,911 

3,381 

1,151 

65 

73 

485 

231 

606 

184 

836 

424 

194 

2,942 

91 

516 

618 

114 

260 

626 

121 

56 

474 

141 

772 

75 

129 


8.156 
2.912 
1,027 

47 

51 
866 
146 
706 

98 
221 
259 

71 
2,060 

50 
445 
833 

75 
118 
368 

68 

37 
226 
111 
580 

41 

29 


117 

1? 

38 

2 

10 

11 

6 

3 

23 

22 

6 

46 

6 

4 

5 

5 

28 

26 

"*6 

12 

1 

15 


97 
167 

45 
2 
3 
6 
6 

26 


320 
64 
3 






Bethany, 

Branf ord, 


" io 

4 
10 




* " 59 


Derby 








Guilford, 












3 


3 












Meriden, 


211 


53 


161 


21 


Middlebury, 

Milford, 




4 
53 




5 

89 


1 


Naugatuck, 










1 














Oxford, 


1 




1 








Seymour, 


5 




1 


3 






Wallingford, 

Wolcott 






14 










Woodbridge, 


2 




5 


1 






20,479 


23,887 


888 


399 


161 


23,926 


19,101 


421 


624 


471 



Scattering in 1894, 15. 



VOTE FOE MEMBEES OF CONGEESS. 



873 



SECOm) DISTRICT.— Continued. 





1892. 


1894. 


MIDDLESEX 
COUNTY. 


i 

If 

M 


« 

tf s 

o o 

MP) 

Ph 


,2 


C-.C 


o 
« 

jB 6 
O 


(3 
03 

E a> 
02 


i 

o 

if a 

tea 

Pn 


.2 

is 

5 


a* 
PP 


o 

o ° 


Meddletown, 


1,356 
246 


1,457 
224 


67 
9 
35 
25 
12 
18 
12 
18 
31 


7 


23 


1,602 
325 
230 
219 
192 
269 
119 
313 
371 
90 
114 
163 
435 
2£6 
146 


1,064 

170 

202 

63 

72 

137 

103 

167 

171 

60 

45 

85 

265 

68 

48 


36 

3 

22 

14 

17 

7 

5 

10 

29 


48 






192 ^4n 


3 










194 

204 
218 
106 
331 
308 
71 
1C8 
157 
439 
237 
126 


100 

134 

204 

116 

216 

265 

72 

61 

121 

352 

106 

69 
























"*"5 




East Haddani, 


4 






Killingworth, 

Middlefield 






18 


1 




7 


4 




Old Saybrook, 

Portland, 




29 
17 
13 


4 




8 
15 
5 


12 




Saybrook, 






















Middlesex County, 
New Haven Co.,.. 


4.293 
20,479 


3,737 

23,887 


304 

888 


19 
399 


23* 4.824 
161 23,925 
j 


2,720 
19,101 


178 
421 


69 
624 


' ' 471 


Total, 


24,772 


27,624 


1,192 


418 


1 

184 98 ?dQ 


21,821 


599 


693 


471 






,..,. 





Sperry's (Rep.) plurality, 6,928. 

In 1892, Pigott's (Dem.) plurality, 2,852. 



874 



VOTE FOE MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 



THIRD DISTRICT. 





1892. 


1894. 


NEW LONDON 
COUNTY. 


i 

o ft 


"s3 
u 

CO 

.3 A 

En 


.2 

c'a 

3g 

gpn 
O 


ID 

So 
■SPh 
pq 


O 

-3 

§P3 

Ph 


ss 


1 
el 

if 

§£ 
p 


no 

"^Ph 


New London, 


1,369 
2, 52 

92 

. 31? 

208 

82 
263 
592 
22S 
101 

49 
127 
25S 
196 
127 
311 

82 

86 
575 

94 
213 


1,412 

2,275 

127 

347 

2u9 

£5 
268 
613 
111 
149 

54 
101 
2D0 
151 
134 
353 

45 

82 
816 

81 
290 


97 
85 

3 
11 
26 

7 
13 
E5 
3? 

8 
10 


8 

"4 



1.296 
2,451 

94 
286 
214 

97 
249 
552 
203 
123 

56 
119 
279 
227 
129 
325 

C5 

81 
654 
116 
233 


1,202 

1,8£4 
109 
260 
190 

33 
263 
465 

65 
107 

60 

93 
268 
109 
127 
316 

45 

71 
662 

66 
259 


54 

26 


32 




37 


Bozrah, 




Colchester, 


6 

28 
3 
7 

27 
6 
4 
6 
6 
8 

10 
6 
7 
1 

15 

108 

1 


1 


East Lyme, 




Franklin, 


3 
14 


Groton, 


2 




4 






Lisbon, 










9 
19 

2 
13 

2 

12 

185 

3 
35 


2 

9 




North Stonington, 


3 




3 


Salem 






16 


Stonington, 


1 


Voluntown, 


15 


Waterford, 












7,717 


7,983 


582 


30 


7,849 


6,C54 


329 


131 



Scattering in 1894, 6. 



VOTE FOR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 



875 



THIRD DISTRICT. — Continued. 





1892. 


1894. 


WINDHAM COUNTY. 


i 

.3 


1 

o 


a 

.2 

■as 

gPU( 


u 

o 

fg 

■gco 
pq 


e3 

IS 


•3 w 
•~ 

M 


a 

IS 

ft 


> 


Windham, 


873 

534 

94 

176 

112 

71 

90 

86 

*630 

441 

146 

74 

153 

352 

324 


865 

404 

130 

156 

139 

50 

65 

65 

458 

324 

104 

45 

87 

263 

154 


88 

28 

3 

15 

13 

4 

7 

3 

28 

7 

14 

8 

10 

15 

19 


"4 

"*2 


890 
629 
106 
179 
117 
80 
91 
91 
613 
4(53 
123 
80 
169 
S37 
278 


756 

305 

95 

120 

119 

25 

57 

51 

290 

165 

89 

41 

64 

133 

78 


52 
11 
5 
17 
6 
3 
4 

17 

9 

5 

4 

10 

5 


3 


Ashf ord, 




Brooklyn, 


4 




2 


Eastford, 






3 


Killingly, 


5 


Plainfield, 


2 


Scotland, 




Sterling, 

Thompson, 













Windham County, 

New London County, . 


4,211 

7,717 


3,314 

7,963 


258 
582 


6 
30 


4,246 

7,843 


2,393 
6,654 


148 
329 


19 
131 


Total, 


11,923 


11,277 


840 


36 


12,095 


9,047 


477 


150 







Scattering in 1894, 1. 
Russell's (Rep.) plurality, 3.048. 
In 1892, Russell's (Rep.) plurality, 651. 



376 



-VOTE FOR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 





1892. 


1804. 


FAIRFIELD 
COUNTY. 


BBfl 

IS 

ft 


"el 

p 


Si 


& 


03 

%p 
p 


.2 

on O 
3 


m 

XII 




Bridgeport, 


4,647 

2,019 
448 
121 
244 
124 
416 
900 
508 
122 
326 
81 
229 

2,094 
184 
307 
110 

1,659 
328 
148 
114 
317 
207 


6,395 

2,513 
343 
106 
222 
125 
453 

1,061 
433 
130 
232 
86 
634 

1,993 

136 

225 

56 

1,723 
291 
175 
85 
465 
184 


9( 
85 
It 

9 

12 

2C 

24 

If 

e 

3 

9( 

1C 
3 
€ 

29 
g 
8 
5 
9 

12 


5,337 

2,073 
483 
118 
264 
101 
450 
946 
555 
133 
372 
CO 
184 

2,309 
198 
370 
108 

1,890 
£93 
184 
119 
346 
226 


5,088 

1,704 

210 

110 

181 

83 

356 

. 867 

286 

125 

198 

102 

628 

1,463 

96 

176 

49 

1,320 

245 

141 

66 

259 

169 


15 

44 
7 
2 
4 


34 
97 
13 


146 
13 


Bethel, 




Brookfield, 
















Fairfield, 


11 

13 

17 

2 

18 

5 

3 

43 

7 

5 

1 

24 

10 

1 

2 

1 

11 








39 


10 


Huntington, 




Monroe,.. 




New Canaan , 


4 




New Fairfield, 












2 
2 








Ridgefield, 










Stamford, 


59 
1 


4 


Stratford, 














Westport, 

Wilton, 


















15,653 


18,116 


476 


17,224 


14,022 


246 


251 


173 



Scattering in 1894, 6. 



VOTE FOB MEiTBERS OF CONGRESS. 



877 



FOURTH DISTRICT. — Continued. 





1892. 


1894. 


LITCHFIELD 
COUNTY. 


si 

Sis 

T ft 


"5 

ll 

II 


,55 c 
PI 

6* 


ft 


1 

I 

p 


| 

oc O 


53 C 

- — 

02 


o 

s-i 

fio 


Litchfield, 


304 

760 

476 

145 

89 

39 

154 

101 

134 

£2 

131 

131 

eo 

284 
154 
180 
256 

£4 
358 
2S0 
362 
869 

62 
211 
263 
2S3 


406 
656 

595 
115 

65 
119 

95 
101 
181 
100 

91 
151 

85 
232 
150 
233 
219 
119 
397 
297 
• 325 
552 

68 
185 
221 
161 


27 
67 
4 
5 
4 
1 
U 

14 
f 

20 
1C 

14 
IS 

2 
4£ 
3 

2 

34 
44 
4 
15 
19 
30 


317 
870 
556 
161 

91 

50 
151 

C5 
117 

99 
135 
145 

66 
296 
183 
221 
274 
106 
391 
250 
S98 
1,029 

74 
233 
243 
233 


368 

491 

50D 

83 

39 

96 

70 

69 

137 

72 

65 

113 

78 

206 

120 

173 

162 

91 

270 

226 

193 

432 

32 

154 

165 

123 


14 

35 

2 

1 

1 


1 
















Bethlehem, 














9 
1 

13 
6 
6 
7 
3 
2 

11 
1 

23 
5 
2 
3 

17 

24 
1 
6 

16 

22 






Colebrook, 












Goshen, 


3 








Kent, 








2 








Norfolk 








12 

3 




Plymouth, 






















4 

4 




Torrington, 




Warren, 




Washington, 


3 








Woodbury, 


1 








Litchfield County, 

Fairfield County, 


6,172 
15,653 


5,919 

18,116 


416 
476 


6,788 
17,224 


4,537 
14,022 


231 
246 


33 
251 


' ' '173 


Total, 


21,825 


24,035 


8G2 


24,012 


18,559 


477 


284 


178 







Scattering in 1894, 2. 
Hill's (Rep.1 plurality, 5,453. 
In 1S92, DeForest's (Dem.) plurality, 2,210. 



378 



VOTE FOE SHERIFFS. 



VOTE FOR SHERIFFS. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 





1890. 


1894. 


TOWNS. 


C3 

cS 

- V 

MS 

Co 

3 q 

o/ 1 
w 


t 

<= 2 

oS 

Ph 


| 

oo ,£5 
CPU 


.£ 

S 

o 
02 


c 
.2 

02 


i 

S3 
g« 


J 

11 

PQ 


"a> 
^£< 
.2 8 

£Ph 



1° 

O 


Hartford, 

Avon, 

Berlin, 

Bloomfield, 

Bristol, 

Burlington, 

Canton, 

East Granby, 


4,172 
98 
238 
138 
719 
93 
259 
81 
384 
281 

sro 

317 
3S6 
1&3 

68 
683 

40 
1,543 

91 
214 

89 
200 
572 
178 
376 
247 
252 

2:9 

182 


5,509 
144 
249 
169 
771 
135 
259 

93 
426 
2S0 
514 
317 
3S5 
113 

64 
484 

39 
1,826 

89 
208 
124 
166 
563 
175 
230 

86 
136 
300 
298 


137 

1 

16 
16 
41 

3 
13 

1 
11 
16 
52 
11 
31 

9 

2 
48 

3 
80 

7 
21 

1 
17 
32 
13 

8 

1 
36 

6 


1 
"2 


4,949 
134 
327 
127 
919 
102 
289 
110 
532 
837 
784 
327 
406 
184 

66 
955 

32 
2,186 

85 
259 
106 
207 
676 
195 
493 
242 
245 
359 
232 


6,587 
111 
253 
189 
678 
114 
242 

80 
488 
256 
462 
303 
292 
109 

54 
401 

53 
1,994 
122 
169 
122 
202 
502 
142 
192 
150 
157 
274 
309 


79 
1 
6 
5 

20 
3 

16 
1 
6 
6 

27 
3 

14 
8 
1 

34 

3 

114 

6 

25 
2 

13 

23 

10 


103 
9 
3 
1 
53 
1 
9 


93 

" i 


East Hartford, 

East Windsor, 

Enfield, 

Farmington, 

Glastonbury, 

Granby, 


35 

""44 

7 


4 






Manchester, 


58 




New Britain, 
Newington, 


49 


39 






Rocky Hill, 

Simsbury, 

Southington, 










7 




Suffield 






West Hartford, 


5 

1 

20 

1 


4 


2 








Windsor Locks, 


4 




Total, 


12,963 


14,132 


633 


3 


15,865 


15,007 


458 


887 


142 



In 1894, scattering, 8. 

Smith's (rep.) plurality, 858. 

In 1890, Preston's (dem.) plurality, 1,169. 



VOTE FOR SKBEHTft. 



879 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 







1890 




1894. 


TOWNS. 


c 

P. 

o*h 


§1 
II 


a 

s 


.5 
o 

til 
02 


p 

II 


g o 
Eh 


| 


C to 

II 

Eh 




Is 

3 


New Haven, 
Waierbury, 
Ansonia, 
Beacon Falls, 


6,743 

2,201) 
950 

41 

30 
377 
216 
513 
104 
281 
314 
190 
1,953 

61 
294 
358 
104 
213 
446 
107 

52 

357 

107 

*536 

50 
103 


8,242 

2,660 

970 

34 

85 

414 

20* 

698 

112 

202 

310 

109 

2,433 

45 

536 

646 

75 

121 

383 

79 

38 

260 

134 

503 

35 

59 


191 

48 

41 

7 

1 


3 


9.474 

3,265 

1,144 

59 

47 

478 

231 

603 

114 

325 

410 

181 

2,946 

81 

405 

619 

97 

249 

530 

109 

53 

468 

151 

717 

74 

100 


8,658 

3,081 

1,040 

55 

79 

357 

147 

709 

117 

230 

279 

85 

2,066 

61 

553 

853 

94 

131 

413 

83 

40 

236 

101 

643 

43 

59 


129 

18 

38 

2 

8 

10 

12 

8 


80 

130 

42 


260 

66 

2 


Bethany, 






Branford, 
Cheshire, 
Derby, 
East Haven, 


5 
14 




• 


6 

6 
21 


58 


Guilford, 


44'.... 
18! ... . 

6.... 
133 .... 

12.... 

61---- 


26 

23 

6 

43 






Hamden, 






Madison, 






Meriden, 
Middleburv, 


160 


20 


Milford, 








Naugatuck, 
North Branford, 


36 

39 

18 
3 
8 




'"4 
28 
24 

"'(3 
13 
1 
16 
3 
5 


76 




North Haven, 






Orange, 
Oxford, 
Prospect, 


"i 


5 


Seymour, 
Southbury, 


28 
2 


.... 


1 




Wallingford, 
Wolcott, 


1 
1 
8 


3 


15 




Woodbridge, 


1 




Total, 


16,700 


19,551 


689 


22,995 


20,223 


429 


539 


411 



In 1894, scattering, 15. 
Spiegel's (rep.) plurality, 2,772. 

In 1890, Tomlinson's (dem.) plurality (corrected), 2,951. 

* Error in return. The town clerk's record shows the vote for sheriff to have 
been 436. 



-880 



VOTE FOR 6HEBHTFS. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 





1890. 


1894. 


TOWNS. 


li 

w 


"8 

o 
o 

n 


1 

it 


si 

.s 

o 

02 


a 

-.2 

od"t5 

IS 

W 


it 

& a 


| 

41 O 


00 

ft 


New London, 

Norwich, 

Bozrah, 


1,417 

2,248 

91 

293 

212 

67 

264 

532 

197 

104 

47 

106 

253 

191 

126 

296 

78 

63 

643 

110 

231 


828 

1,850 

100 

268 

166 

50 

234 

503 

121 

119 

51 

84 

257 

148 

114 

264 

50 

79 

500 

80 

237 


75 

57 

4 

11 

22 

5 

6 

36 

81 

7 

2 

3 

4 

3 

3 

6 

4 

11 

90 


o 

""i" 


1,623 
2,541 

92 
275 
216 

97 
26S 
612 
203 
128 

64 
121 
292 
211 
139 
846 

66 

86 
752 
116 
2rf3 


892 
1,786 
105 
265 
189 

33 
249 
429 

63 
100 

54 

90 
252 
129 
117 
296 

37 

67 
565 

64 
175 


43 

26 


39 
36 


Colchester, 

East Lyme, 

Franklin, 

Griswold, 

Groton, 

Lebanon, 

Ledyard, 

Lisbon, 

Lyme, 

Montville, 

North Stonington, 

Old Lyme, 

Preston, 

Salem, 

Sprague, 

Stonington, 


6 

29 

3 

5 

29 
8 
4 
4 
6 
9 
7 
6 
7 
1 

14 

102 

1 


3 

11 
2 
4 

2 

3 

""ie 

l 

16 


Waterford, 


40 












Total, 


7,579 


6,103 


420 


5 


8,530 


6,957 


810 


134 



In 1894, scattering, 28. 

Hawkins 1 (rep.) plurality, 2,573. 

In 1890, Hawkins' (rep.) plurality, 1,476. 






VOTE FOK SHERIFFS. 



381 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 





1890. 


1894. 


TOWNS. 


c 

ft 


Bo 

-si 

5 


x C 


"E 

o 

"5 

u 


e" 

=3^ 


si 

3 


c 
o 

p 

5.13 

St. 
pq 


JOB 

o o 

5 


C 
eJ 

Eg 


Bridgeport, 
Danbury, 
Bethel, 
Brookfield, 


3.314 

1,664 

368 

90 

212 

12? 

310 

717 

365 

96 

281 

83 

202 

1.620 
169 
287 
111 

1,219 
233 

lo- 
gs 

223 

181 


4.540 

1,757 
313 
130 
223 
108 
351 
750 
307 
137 
254 
83 
606 

1,582 

130 

170 

60 

1,515 
263 
154 
79 
319 
164 


78 

112 

11 

2 


1 

::" 


5,239 

1,865 
479 
142 
253 
99 
467 
935 
547 
125 
345 
60 
212 

2.291 
190 
392 
109 

1.765 
&33 
184 
118 
341 
222 


5,188 

1,946 
215 
90 
192 
84 
340 
883 
308 
129 
223 
102 
600 

1,483 
103 
153 
48 

1,457 
308 
142 
66 
366 
169 


14 

35 

6 

1 
2 


47 
79 
15 


137 
15 


Darien, 








Easton, 


4 . . . . 
16.... 
31 .... 
34 ... . 

5.... 

si:.:. 






Fairfield. 


11 
10 

15 












Huntington, 
Monroe. 


37 




New Canaan. 
New Fairfield, 


18 
5 
3 
1 
8 
4 
1 

15 
6 
1 
2 
2 

12 


4 .... 






Norwalk, 


73 
3 






Eedding, 
Ridgefield, 


p 


6 








Stamford, 
Stratford, 


4lj.... 


43 


4 


Trumbull, 


4.... 
6 












Westport, 
Wilton, 






9 














Total, 


12,077 


13,995 


4ro 


i 


16,713 


14,595 


172 


227 


156 



In 1894, scattering, 17. 

Hawley's (rep.) plurality, 2,118. 

In 1890 Clarkson's (dem.) plurality, 1,918. 



VOTE FOB SHERIFFS. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 











1890. 


1894. 


TOWNS. 


i 

as 

Ph 


"§ 

si 


a 
.2 

s o 
a « 
MPh 

a 


.5 

"fcn 

a) 
m 


a 

>;! 

Pi 


i 

o 
o 

,a 

to a> 

SP 

w 


| 

Ph 


Windham, . 
Putnam, 
Ashford, 
Brooklyn, . 
Canterbury, 
Chaplin, 
Eastford, . 
Hampton, . 
Killingly, . 
Plainfield, . 
Pomfret, . 
Scotland, . 
Sterling, 
Thompson, 
Woodstock, 








753 

473 

103 

157 

90 

59 

87 

80 

530 

401 

132 

74 

119 

283 

232 


731 
257 
118 
147 
131 
62 
56 
71 
392 
277 
55 
43 
96 
178 
107 


78 

14 
5 

18 

18 
4 
8 
5 

32 
5 

13 
8 
6 
6 

17 


1 
...... 


822 

62S 

102 

167 

123 

* 80 

90 

84 

566 

465 

125 

80 

168 

333 

277 


821 

336 

98 

129 

114 

27 

57 

57 

835 

166 

90 

40 

63 

133 

79 


50 

12 
5 

16 
9 
3 
4 
3 

23 
1 
8 
5 
4 

10 
5 


Total, .... 


3,636 


2,721 


237 


2 


4,115 


2,518 


158 



Pomroy's (rep.) plurality, 1,597. 

In 1890, Pomroy's (rep.) plurality, 915. 



VOTE FOR fHERIFFB. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 





1890. 




1894. 






a 




G 




p 




a 










O 












TOWNS. 


V 


S3 




bib 


_o 


IS 








x> 


U 


-.O 


c 


,Q 




s*2 


sl 




m — 


C S 




-2 

"3 


.2 ?" 

Ik 




•rs o 


.a o 




% 


< 


a 


w 


£ 


< 


$ 


£ 


Litchfield, 


239 


356 


14 




302 


380 


11 


1 


Winchester, 


631 


584 


35 


4 


826 


547 


26 




New Milford, 


390 


523 


5 




547 


521 


2 




Barkhamsted, 


131 


111 


I 1 


151 


89 


1 




Bethlehem, 


89 
40 
103 


55 

98 
120 


13 


92 

5U 
144 


40 
96 
75 






Bridgewater, 






Canaan, 


9 




Colehrook, 


93 


99 


4 




92 


12 


1 




Cornwall, 


114 


144 


19 




135 


118 


14 




Goshen, 


79 


91 


5 




99 


70 


6 


3 


Harwinton, 


112 

142 


76 
133 


15 
11 




134 

14S 


75 
105 






Kent, 


7 




Morris, 


52 


90 


3 




67 


78 


2 


2 


New Hartford, 


242 


218 


15 


1 


274 


229 


2 




Norfolk, 


143 


125 


11 




181 


122 


11 




North Canaan, 


156 


183 


2 




206 


18y 


1 


12 


Plymouth, 


191 


198 


42 




269 


177 


26 


4 


Boxbury, 


111 


112 


3 




95 


104 


5 




Salisbury, 


322 


£56 


2 




883 


27i, 


2 




Sharon, 


193 


2,6 


3 




282 


19c 


8 




Ihomaston, 


309 


3U0 


26 




£59 


234 


18 


4 


Torrington, 


608 


532 


18 




839 


601 


28 


4 


Warren, 


51 
1S9 


70 
172 






74 
227 


33 
165 


4 




Washington, 


15 




3 


Watertown, 


215 


189 


25 




236 


174 


17 




Woodbury, 


167 


186 


28 




230 


134 


22 




Total, 


5,122 


5,397 


324 


6 


6,442 


4.S0C 


219 


33 



In 1894, scattering, 3. 

Nellis' (rep.) plurality, 1,542. 

In 1890, Allen's (dem.) plurality, 276. 



884 



VOTE FOR SHERIFFS, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY 





1890. 




1894. 






a 




a 




p 




(3 




TOWNS. 


03 

o 


8 


.2 


u 


03 


"3 


.2 








o 


,2 
8s £ 


03 
1 


2 


o 




0) 

it 




pq 


o 


Eh 


w 


W 


o 


<j 


Middletown, 


907 


1,387 


57 




1,353 


1,339 


30 


27 


Haddam, 


254 


200 


6 




£58 


238 


3 






207 
162 


197 
89 


26 
25 




226 
194 


213 

86 






Chester, 


16 




Clinton, 


187 


104 


12 




179 


88 


15 




Cromwell, 


170 


194 


5 




145 


264 


5 




Durham, ' 


108 


98 


12 




101 


125 


4 




East Haddam, 


272 


202 


13 




255 


226 


10 


2 


Essex, 


261 


245 


27 




331 


221 


29 




Killingworth, 
Middlefield, 


51 


72 






86 


66 






65 


94 


17 


1 


103 


57 


8 


2 


Old Sayhrook, 
Portland, 


147 


100 


2 




147 


102 






430 

182 


226 
83 






437 

165 


270 
142 


8 
16 


9 


Saybrook, 
Westbrook, 


16 






112 


60 


19 




119 


77 


5 




Total, 


3,515 


3,351 


237 


1 


4,099 


3,534 


149 


40 



In 1894, scattering, 2. 

Brown's (rep ) plurality, 565. 

In 1890, Brown's (rep.) plurality, 164. 






VOTE FOR SHERIFFS. 



386 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 





1890. 


1894. 








e 




B 




d 




TOWNS. 


§ 


% 




ti 


gl 


"3 


.2 






IS 
s'o. 


8 

of s 


11 


-2 


Ha 


c 3? 


■Si 


•is- 




ifi 


fifl 


'Si— 1 


§ 


.sw 


SA 


Oji^H 


#L 


. 


M 


s 


m 


fi 


Ph 


3 


n 


Tolland, 


111 


125 


10 




110 


146 


4 




Andover, 


52 


49 


5 




63 


33 


4 




Bolton, 


62 

88 


47 
81 


8 
6 




52 

95 


58 
65 






Columbia, 


4 




Coventry, 


189 


187 


18 




191 


194 


10 




Ellington, 


80 


196 


9 




173 


123 


5 




Hebron, 


125 

200 


90 
132 


20 




138 
130 


72 

181 






Mansfield, 


26 




Somers, 


160 


107 


5 




179 


96 


2 




Stafford, 


369 


385 


32 




370 


394 


7 


23 


Union, 


49 


41 


6 




33 


51 


5 




Vernon, 


692 


805 


35 




962 


599 


20 




Willington, 


113 


69 


6 




142 


41 


2 




Total, 


2,290 


2,314 


167 




2,638 


2,053 


89 


23 



In 1894, scattering, 2. 
Dickinson's (rep.) plurality, 585. 
In 1890, Kibbe's (dem.) plurality, 24. 



25 



TOTE FOB SENATORS. 



YOTE FOE SEKATORb. 





1892. 


1894. 


FIRST DISTRICT. 


i 

03 
O 




| 
•6* 


03. 

n*S 

4) g 
^ ft 


1 
o 

-1 


as 


00 




















o(5 


"ft 


&*> 


£ W 


W fl 


01 cu 


So: 


Hartford, 


5,576 


6,348 


m 


5,590 


5,944 


89 


109 




1 • 



In 1894, Max Suisman (soc. and labor), 75. Hall's (dem.) plurality, 354. 
In 1892 Cleveland's (dem.) plurality, 772. 





1892. 


1894. 


SECOND DISTRICT. 


& 

a? 

° s 

« ft 

r— I 0J 


'£ a 

O 0J 


a 

.2 

Js 


i 

i! 


.•to 

S ° 

£a 


a 

t- o 
03 CU 


P 


Berlin, 


276 
518 
434 
867 
39 
89 
112 
694 
227 
285 


308 
507 
374 
591 
60 
107 
121 
603 
181 
148 


16 
15 
26 

59 

'"8 
6 

37 
17 
3 


330 

564 
410 
990 
33 
120 
122 
719 
210 
279 


248 
418 
274 
355 
52 
88 
106 
462 
123 
126 


9 

15 
34 

3 
6 
2 
26 
12 
1 


11 


East Hartford, 


39 




10 


Manchester, 

Marlborough, 


71 


Newington, 




Rocky Hill 






p- 


South Windsor, 


3 


Wethersiield, 








Total, 


3,541 


3,000 


187 


3,777 


2,252 


108 


141 







CroKby's (rep.) plurality, 1,525. 

In 1892 Holcomb's (rep.) plurality, 541. 



VOTE FOR SENATORS, 



387 





1892. 


1894. 


THIRD DISTRICT. 


03 
O 

II 


o 

-2 


| 


8 

.2 

0* 




ai 


| 

cS 


P 


Bloomfield, 


132 

304 
344 

99 
693 
200 

91 
256 
458 
390 
218 


183 
268 
291 

92 
567 
126 

54 
160 
317 
320 
332 


8 
20 
15 

'"54 
13 

2 
23 
13 
36 

5 


121 


193 


4 


1 




318 214 
347, 249 
112; 77 
774| 478 


16 9 


East Windsor, 


6 


East Granby, 


1 


Enfield, 


27 


1 


Granby, 


218' 76 


6 




Hartland, 


65 54 


1 




274 

486 
379 
246 


128 
196 
252 

303 


15 




Suflield, 


8 





Windsor, 


23 3 


Windsor Locks, 


1 


4 






Total, 


3,185 


2,710 


189 


3,340 


2,220 


107 


19 







Coffey's (rep.) plurality, 1,120. 

In 1892 Coffey's (rep.) plurality, 475. 





1892. 


1894. 


FOURTH DISTRICT. 


S 

=3;£ 


•2 ft 


.2 

"^ 
5^ 


a 

S3 
.2 

org 

■«0§ 


.a i 




si 




121 
832 


146 
911 


3 
56 

1 

11 
170 
38 
18 


135 
932 
105 
345 
2.244 
267 
288 


112 


1 9 


Bristol, 


656 
111 
289 
1,966 
157 
100 


21 58 
3 1 


Burlington, 


92 


163 




338 

1.894 

255 

286 


353 
2,225 

210 
119 


3 40 




116 51 


Plain ville, 


27 


West Hartford 


5 4 






Total, 


3,818 


4,127 


292 


4,316 


3,391 


176 163 
1 



Birge's (rep.) plurality, 925. 

In 1892 Pierce's (dem.) plurality, 309. 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 





1892. 


1894. 


FIFTH DISTRICT. 


3 
-.2 

0Q W 


el 

o 

o 
o a) 

OQ 


d 
.2 


1 
a>3 

CO 5 


it 

oo o 


d 

.2 

3 

si 

a* 






49 
43 
82 
671 
113 
58 
2,768 
62 
125 


50 

93 

50 

618 

101 

44 

3,732 

52 

152 


6 

15 
3 

10 
123 

4 


66 

49 

87 

662 

119 

54 

3,410 

75 

142 


46 
69 
55 

811 

72 
40 
2,909 
42 
111 


2 
8 
6 
5 

6 

19 

3 

1 




Bethany, 




Middlebury, 


'""75 
3 


Oxford, 








201 


Wolcott, 












Total, 


3,971 


4,892 


168 


4,664 


4,155 


50 


279 







Webster's (rep.) plurality, 509. 

In 1892 Root's (dem.) plurality, 921. 







1892. 






1894. 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


3 

3 
- cu 




dd 
?3 2 

p 

3 ;- 


d 

3 

- p< 

K « 


■rf'l! 

S3 O 

■2® 


d 
.2 

3 

i 

t. p. 


=3 5 

IS 




237 
329 
207 
2,459 
107 
533 


207 
285 
128 
2,667 
91 
692 


13 

54 

10 

137 

6 

17 

23? 


235 
322 

193 

2.894 

113 

748 


140 

241 

71 

2,117 

601 


12 
25 

6 
51 

5 
12 


6 


Guilford, 




Madison, 






171 








16 






Total, 


3,872 


4,070 


4,505 


3,253 


111 


193 







Mix's (rep.) plurality, 1,252. 

In 1892 Hall's (dem.) plurality, 198. 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



389 







1892. 






1S94. 




SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


u 

= 


Co 

IB X 

— P 


e 
.2 

11 


- 

4 


Sperry, 
Democrat. 

Yil>l tort, 
Prohibition. 


^ a 

=3gg 
i-3 




1,172 


1.106 


57 

25 
9 
6 

28 
12 
41 

41 
20 

8 


1,138 
456 
64:3 
121 
411 
498 
253 
578 
459 
102 


1,042 37 49 


Branf ord, 

Derby 


382 54» 
644 790 
108 117 
414 378 
421 506 
230 157 
504 484 
408 382 
111, 73 


395 10 

esi 2 

112 


8 
21 




2:8 22 
460 




Milford, 




.North Haven, 


127 30 

418 28 

240 12 

6J 3 


3 




1 


■Woodbridee, 


1 






Total 


4 394 4 iflo 


247 


4,659 


3.813 144 83 













Dayton's (rep.) plurality, 846. 

Hi 1892 Holden's (dem.) plurality, 





1892. 




1894. 


EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


3 


^ 


_o 


i 


-Is 


B 








o 

x 5 


7 — 


c-3 

Or- 
DO = 


11 


tf3 


Si 

MM 






3^ 


i-a 




** 


^x 


Vew Haven, 


7,776 


10,S50 


217 


9,572 


8.402 


161 


-ion 



Johnson's (rep.) plurality. 1.170. 
In 1892 Fox's (dem.) plurality, 3.074. 



390 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 





1892. 




1894. 


NINTH DISTRICT. 


i 


So 


| 


PS 

ps 
-ft 

as 


II 

3« 


.2 


ps.S 
3 a 


Groton, 


600 

1,311 

199 

628 


607' 

1,441 

148 

733 


55 493 

92 1,288 

19 196 

134 645 


541 
1,213 

142 
682 


28 
48 
10 
101 


g 




39 


North Stonington, 


i 






Total, 


2,768 


2,929 


300 


2,622 


2,578 


187 


4a 







Lee's (rep.) plurality, 44. 

In 1892 Gardner's (dem.) plurality, 161. 





1892. 


1894. 


TENTH DISTRICT. 


& 

t* ft 


*3 

'Si 


ps' 

.2 


2 s 


o 
o 

.a 


a 
.2 

il 


PS.S 

2^ 

a* 


Ledyard, 


99 

2,343 

287 


150 

2,272 

374 


8 

87 
11 


121 

2,276 
309 


107 

2.054 

332 


4 

26 

6 




Norwich, 


33 


Preston, 


3 


Total, ! 


2,729 


2,796 


106 


2,706 


2,493 


36 


36 







Palmer's (rep.) plurality, 213. 

In 1892 Crandall's (dem.) plurality, 67. 



TOTE FOR SENATORS. 



391 





1892. 


1894. 


ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


& 


it 

on o 

E 2 

« g 

W 1 


a 

o 

11 

Co 


B 

c3 
.- 

if 


o 2 


J 


if 

si - 

2* 




83 

307 

224 

70 

265 

216 

52 

133 

225 

142 

80 

85 

91 

204 


135 

357 

204 

67 

267 

115 

52 

93 

329 

139 

45 

87 

85 

293 


3 
12 
24 

13 
38 
10 

2 
2 

12 
5 


92 
276 
213 

62 
188 
206 

52 
121 
265 
123 

54 

77 
106 
239 


110 

272 

193 

65 

332 

66 

66 

90 

279 

133 

56 

77 

76 

*263 








6 

28 
3 
4 

*"4 

7 
9 
7 
1 
12 


i 








3 




10 




4 






Lyme, 








Old Lyme, 


2 






Sprague, 


14 


Voluntown, 


15 


Waterford, 








Total, 


2,177 


2,268 


135 


2,074 


t2,078 


81 


49 









Gates' (rep.) plurality, 24. 

In 1892 Robertson's (dem.) plurality, 91. 
* Error in returns. Correct figures should be 235. 
t Corrected footing 2,050. 





1892. 


1894. 


TWELFTH DISTRICT. 


03 
J3 

to 3 

I* 


eg 

5 I 
"3 J? 
d5 




22 

DC 3 

5 S" 


g 

a 

o 


.2 
S3 


M 




248 

983 


226 

Q87 


9 
8 
19 

'".34 
12 


263 
991 
372 
397 
1,896 
227 


181 
823 
199 
155 
1,321 
166 


2 
14 
18 

1 

16 
12 






3 


New Canaan, 

Ridgefield, 


334 275 

293 237 


4 


Stamford, 

Wilton, 


1,687 

206 


1,698 
185 


56 






Total 


3,751 


3,608 


82 


4,146 


2,845 


63 


63 







Lounsbury's (rep.) plurality, 1,301. 
In 1892 Jones's (rep. ) plurality, 143. 



VOTE FOE SENATORS. 





1892. 


1894. 


THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 


1 

00 2 

-I 


© 2 

aa 


a 

a o 


3 

oo a 

"EI 


o 

si 


d 
.2 

gl 
.§■§ 

02^ 




Fairfield, 


419 

2,200 
336 
150 
319 
116 


450 
1,861 
281 
175 
462 
83 


12 
92 
11 
8 
8 
5 


455 
2,385 
395 
184 
338 
119 


353 

1,453 

245 

142 

366 

65 


11 

47 
11 
1 
2 
2 




Norwalk, 


2 


Stratford,' 




Trumbull, 




Westport, 












Total, 


3,540 


3,312 


136 


3,826 


2,624 


74 


2 



Ferris's (rep.) plurality, 1,202. 

In 1892 Ferris's (rep.) plurality, 228. 





1892. 


1894. 









g 


o 




c 




FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 


#8, 


II 


.2 




So 

-3 a 


.2 
"35 "3 


c.S 






o w 


£ K 




o o> 


c S 


-O o 






£ H 


02 W 


si« 


o H 




H 




4,637 


6,392 


80 


5,328 


5,029 


12 


187 









Marigold's (rep.) plurality, 299. • 
In 1892 Morgan's (dem.) plurality, 1,755. 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



393 





1892. 


1894. 


FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. 


9 

.2 

s a 
%-, — 


c3 03 

,B O 


B 

.2 

03 ~ 


B 

c3 

.2 

03 Q3 


b2 

03 03 

x: o 
S | 


S 
_o 

|S 

it 




Bethel, 

Brookfield, 


448 
118 
2,025 
125 
511 
121 
81 
206 
182 
109 


338 
109 
2,509 
125 
425 
131 

86 
658 
137 

56 


19 

3 

84 

""24 

3 
6 
3 
10 
5 


465 

106 

2,012 

99 
553 
130 

58 
190 
192 
105 


210 

123 

1,778 

84 

291 

124 

100 

614 

98 

52 


6 
2 
36 


24 


Danbury, — 


79 




19 
3 
5 


40 






New Fairfield, 






3 


Redding 


8 1 
1 








Total 


3,926 


4,574 


157 


3,910 


3,474 


83 


144 







Bernd's (rep.) plurality, 436. 

In 1892 Houlihan's (dem.) plurality, 648. 





1892. 


1894. 


SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 


I'l 




B ° 
03 B 
5 3 

OQ 


. 
IS 


S 

23 

fl c* 

03 03 


03 O 

B B 

P3S 


o 

15 
§1 

03 £ 

M 


g-g 

03 
*-> IS 

3* 


Ashford, 


91 
67 
595 
521 
332 
284 


130 

89 

491 

437 

292 
196 


3 

27 

1 

15 

15 


106 
91 
598 
624 
333 
275 


95 


5 






57| 4 

310; 18 

298 : 11 
144 10 
73 5 






5 




1 


Thompson, 






1 






Total 


1,890 


1,635 


61 


2.027 


977 RS 


„ 






_ 





Chandler's (rep.) plurality, 1,050. 

In 1892 Matthewson's (rep.) plurality, 255. 



394 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 





1892. 




1894. 




SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 


i 

-S Qj 


T3 

13 . 

*> p 
£ Sis 


& 
.2 

r S3 


o 


c 
o 


c.S 
11 




177 
111 
71 
86 
451 
142 
74 
157 
869 


164 

155 

53 

68 

317 

122 

51 

97 

955 


176 

116 

79 

88 

463 

124 

81 

162 

837 


121 
119 


17 






4 




271 3 

53 3 

160 ! - 


1 


Hampton, 






1 


Pomfret, 


90 


8 




Scotland, 


42 

64 

820 


5 
4 
47 




Sterling, 






3 






Total 


2,138 


1,982 


2,126 


1,496 


93 


9 







Hunt's (rep.) plurality, 630. 

In 1892 Milner's (rep.) plurality, 156. 





1892. 


1894. 


EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 


5 
o 

■* s 

o a 
o q 


it 

"SI 


. 

.2 

a; ,a 

■£8 


2 a; 
|3 




(3 

.2 


c3*C 




149 

9 

78 

129 

282 


111 

105 

113 

90 

233 


5 
4 
8 
21 
15 
13 
42 
68 


160 

95 

98 

134 

307 

183 

1,020 

854 


88 
69 
72 
65 
193 
120 
439 
524 


1 
1 

6 

2 
11 
27 
34 








Goshen, 


3 








1 


Norfolk, 


155! 150 
900 516 




Torrington, 


4 


Winchester, 


749 


667 












Total, 


2,539 


1,985 


176 


2,851 


1,570 


89 


8 







Smith's (rep.) plurality, 1,281. 

In 1892 Iirooker 1 s (rep.) plurality, 554. 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



395 



• 


1892. 


1894. 


NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 


c 
a 
o 


Jfl 

w <y 

= Q 


©a" 

t4 


9 

it 


"c8 

O 

■sff 

5 a 


.2 

H 

« si 






36 
111 
137 
132 
473 
185 
335 
215 

93 


122 
139 
174 
152 

601 
230 
424 
308 
119 


2 
14 
14 
16 
4 
2 

8 

3 


51 

. 150 
127 
150 
554 
221 
451 
236 
106 


95 

69 

131 

109 
519 
176 
204 

233 
93 






9 




10 


Keut 


7 


New Milford, 


1 




1 11 




1 
2 
5 


2 














Total, 


1,717 


2,269 


63 


2,046 


1,635 


36 


13 







Warner's (rep.) plurality, 411. 

In 1892 Ensign's (dem.) plurality, 55S 







1892. 






1894. 




TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 


3 ft 

Tl CD 

mod 


§1 

S S 


d 

.2 

tl'2 




c3 
U 

« s 


.2 


11 


Bethlehem, 


89 
328 

63 
255 
363 

58 
180 
258 
220 


65 
380 

83 
222 
327 

72 
216 
226 
171 


* 

26 
3 
41 
34 
4 
14 
19 
31 


88 
270 

64 
264 
365 

73 
234 
242 
231 


41 
408 

175 
237 
35 
150 
166 
133 


1 
13 

2 
23 
19 
1 
6 
17 
22 




Litchfield, 


2 




4 


Plymouth 

Thomaston, 


4 

4 








3 








1 






Total, 


1,814 


1,762 


176 


1,831 


1.422 


104 


IS 











Averill's (rep.) plurality, 409. 

In 1892 Perkins's (rep.) plurality, 52. 



396 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 







1892. 


• 


1894. 


TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 


3 

O <D 
5* 


eg 41 


o 

ii 


1 

si 

ftp, 


o 

IS 


G 

.2 
S3 


03 1 

■gS 




193 
193 
204 
106 
334 
313 
247 

ri 

158 
236 
127 


239 
103 
137 
117 
213 
258 
223 

75 
121 
109 

68 


35 
25 
12 
11 
18 
30 
9 

' ' "ie 

n 


208 
211 
179 
116 
315 
332 
312 
90 
160 
219 
139 


220 
72 
102 
109 
170 
219 
185 
62 
90 
89 
52 








15 

14 

6 

11 

29 








Durham, 




East Haddam, 


4 










Killingworth, 












Saybrook 

Westbrook, 


16 

5 








Total, 


2,182 


1,663 


w 


2,281 


1,370 


96 


4 







Chapman's (rep.) plurality, 911. 
In 1892 Gross's (rep.) plurality, 519. 







1892. 






1894. 




TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 


6* 


o 
*P 


.2 
of £ 

en. 


pi 

P-1 M 


-a 
£ 1 

145 

44 

1,124 

243 


.2 
of 2 

op. 


p.9 

If 

W 


Cromwell, 


224 

101 

1,391 

438 


201 

76 

1,439 

355 


18 
17 
60 
29 


265 
115 

1,564 
465 


7 

8 

35 

8 




Middlefield, 


Q 


Middletown, 


32 


Portland, 








Total 


2,154 


2,071 


124 


2.4C9 


1,556 


58 


41 







Pickering's (rep.) plurality. R51. 

In 1892 Chapman's (rep.) plurality, 83. 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



397 





1892. 


1894. 


TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 




a 


.2 





^j 


a 




r: -2- 






















o 
Co 

» - 


rz 


£ 


f s 


0^2 
£2 


w 5 

0^ 




















t- 


<- 


K~ 


"-""' 




£ M 


£. 


Audover, 


66 

48 

■ 90 


40 

73 
80 


2 
8 
6 


64 
53 

87 


32 
57 

70 


4 




Bolton, 




Columbia, . . , 


3 


Coventry, 


219 


228 


15 


192 


194 


9 


Hebron, 


1S9 
851 


91 
847 


'"43 


144 
893 


67 
676 




Vernon, 


24 


Total, 


1,413 


1,359 


74 


1,433 


1,096 


40 1 

1 



Little's (rep.) plurality, 337. 

In 1892 Phelps's (rep.) plurality, 54. 







1892. 






1894. 




TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 




e3 


g 





. 


ition. 

nd 
mg. 




s?-2- 


r^* 


OB'S 


„2 





*.- 




2 5" 


£ 3 




J5 a 


3 s 


If 


M 




^~" 


s» 


S^ 


£* 


3 P 


^ 


3* 


Ellington, 


204 


191 


'"27 


175 
211 


11s 

116 


3 




Mansfield, 


26 


Somers, 


187 
420 


113 

475 


5 
18 


181 
453 


94 

302 





Stafford, 


13 27 


Tolland, 


106 
48 


153 

58 


6 
4 


172 

47 


85 
37 




Union, 


5 


Willington, 


116 


75 


5 


147 


33 


4 






Total, 


1,242 


1,240 


65 


1.386 


785 


53 27 











Fuller's (rep.) plurality, 601. 

In 1892 Keeney"s (rep.) plurality, 2. 



398 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL 
ASSEMBLY, NOVEMBER 6, 1894, 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Hartford — 

Charies L. Burdette, r., 5460 

William H. Watrous, r., 5642 

Robert W. Barrett, d., 5477 

Edward M. Graves, d., 5252 

Charles F. Agard, pro., 87 

Charles B. Br&m&rd, pro., 87 

George D. Schaubel, peo., 124 

Edward M. Rozelle, peo. , 129 

Samuel Joseph, soc, 132 

Julius Robinson, soc, 131 

Avon — 

Charles F. Froidevaux, r., 135 

Emery F. Miller, d., 126 

Berlin — 

Willis H. Upson, r., 313 

R. Morse, r., 1 

Nelson F. Taylor, d., 273 

Leander F. Bunce, pro., 1 

Bloomfield — 

George F. Humphrey, r., 130 

George D. Oabb, d., 174 

Charles E. Hazen, pro., 4 

Bristol — 

George H. Hall, r. , 939 

Charles A. Reynolds, r., 862 

Anson Q. Perkins, d., 632 

Charles H. Deming, d., 686 

James Pettibone, pro., 15 

Calvin B. Brockett, pro., 15 

George A. Gowdy, peo., 52 

John L. Fitzpatrick, peo., 102 

Scattering, 2 

Burlington — 

Sereno Alderman, r., 113 

Adna N. Barnes, d., 107 



Canton — 

Howard L. Sanborn, r., 311 

Josiah B. Lougee, d., 233 

East Granby — 

George E. Bidwell, r., 106 

Henry Z. Thompson, d., 85 

East Hartford — 

George K. Wilcox, r., 427 

Franklin H. Mayberry, r. , 497 

James H. Gunn, d., 443 

Charles W. Roberts, d., 472 

John H, Hull, peo., 37 
Michael M. Dannaher,pee>., 36 

East Windsor — 

William J. Cantello, r., 286 

Matthew Tucker, r., 269 

George W. Miller, d., 313 

Samuel J. Allen, d. , 328 

Enfield — 

George T. Finch, r., 698 

John Middleton, r., 749 

Henry G. Varno, d., 520 

Samuel A. Booth, d. , 339 

James Morrison, pro., 106 

George W. Stowe, pro., 50 

Farming-ton — 

Adrian R. Wadsworth, r., 309 

Charles C. Georgia, r., 355 

James L. Cowles, d., 284 

John P. Lewis, d., 314 

Edwin M. Ripley, peo., 32 

Charles W. Daniels, peo., 29 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



399 



Glastonbury — 

David W. Williams, r., 366 

Clinton 8. Loveland, r. , 421 

Frederick R. Curtis, d., 338 

James K. Andrews, d., 278 

Henry A. Clough, pro., 9 
Edward T.Thompson, pro., 13 

Granby — 

Jesse W. Ruick, v., 202 

Columbus Reed, r., 206 

Lester S. Clark, d., 88 

Osellus B. Cotton, d., 99 

Hartland — 

John H Wheeler, r., 59 

•Wesley A. Miller, r., 48 

Carlton E. Osborn, d., 75 

Cornelius O'Meara, d., 54 

Manchester — 

William C. Cheney, r., 1029 

Francis H. Whiton, r., 1023 

John E. Dunn, d., 310 

^Frederick B. Horton, d., 318 

E. L. G. Hohenthal, pro., 44 

Robert N. Stanley, pro. , 40 

Marlborough — 

John C. Bigelow, r., 31 

Hiram E. Hodge, d., '55 

New Britain — 

Andrew Turnbull, r., 2238 

William G. Kinlock, r., 2159 

John H. Kirkham, d., 1929 

George Young, d., 1986 

Charles E. Steele, pro., 121 

Samuel N. Chapin, pro., 124 

Scattering, 7 

Newington — 

Arlan P. Francis, r.,' 129 

Harry J. Bennett, d., 78 

Joseph W. Camp, pro., 5 

Plain ville — 

Willis J. Hemingway, r. , 273 
Emerson D. Spellman, d., 156 

Samuel J. Smith, pro., 30 

Rocky Hill — 

Frank E. Holmes, r., 127 
* Jason A. Robbins, d., 



Simsbury— 

Edward H. Brockett, r., 260 

Samuel Whitehead, r., 248 

Henry N. Goddard, d., 123 

John B. Stacy, d., 157 
La Fayette G. Brown, pro., 13 

Hiram H. Simons, pro., 13 

J. Cleveland Capen, 1 

Southington — 

Levi E. Southworth, r., 715 

Charles H. Clark, r., 649 

Joseph H. Martin, d., 535 

Thomas B. Atwater, d., 450 

Albert Candlin, pro., 28 

Levi Andrews, pro., 26 

South Windsor — 

Hansom M. Burnham, r., 184 

Oliver Clark, d., 135 

Harvey Lindsley, pro., 11 

Suffield— 

Philip Wadsworth, v., 479 

Dwight S. Fuller, r., 463 

Charles C. Sheldon, d., 195 

William S. Pinney, d., 184 

Albert G. Hinckley, pro., 1 

West Hartford — 

Adolph C. Sternberg, r., 274 

C. Edward Beach, d., 109 

Wethersfield— 

Elizur S. Goodrich, r. , 237 

fe Francis H. Bobbins, r., 260 

Stephen Morgan, d., 128 

Luther W. Adams, d., 143 

Windsor — 

Charles T. Welch, r., 372 

John A. DuBon, r., 326 

Charles W. Day, d., 227 

Addison Lanphear, d. , 250 

Hertes W. Alford, r., 23 
Frederick N. Taylor, pro., 25 

Samuel H. Wilson, pro. , 23 

Scattering, 2 

Windsor Locks — 

Alfred W. Converse, r., 267 

Charles W. Holbrook, d., 281 



• The former Town Clerk neglected to place on record the number of votes 
for Jason A. Robbins, the democratic candidate. 



400 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES! 



NEW HAYEN COUNTY. 



New Haven — 

Henry G. Newton, r., 9,520 
Lewis Elliott, r., 9,299 

David T. McNamara, d., 8,175 
John C. Gallagher, d., 8,447 
John Elliott, pro., 132 

Frederick S. Clark, pro., 134 
J. Leroy Dean, lab., 99 

Carl J. H. ISchultheiss, lab., 96 
Hugh Doyle, s. lab., 323 

Maier Stodel, s. lab., 324 

Wat er bury— 

George H. Cowell, r., 3,393 
Warren L. Hall, r ., 3,322 

William E. Thorns, d., 3,036 
Edward L. Maloney, d., 2,927 
P. G. Defendorf, pop., 119 
J. F. Hayes, pop., 121 

John Stafford, soc, 60 

John Hachtel, soc, 61 

Ansonia — 
Reuben H. Tucker, r., 1,062 
James Pemberton, r., 1,026 
Erwin W. Webster, d., 1,043 
Hobart Sperry, d., 1,031 

Thomas A. Perrins, pro., 35 
Joseph A. Clark, pro., 49 

George W. Hubbell, peo. , 64 
Philip J. Borcherding,£>00., 55 

Beacon Falls — 
Herbert C. Baldwin, r., 50 
Emery L. Terrell, d. , 65 

Bethany — 
Harry F. Peck, r., 85 

Thomas B. McClure, d., 42 

Branford — 
Edwards D. Sheldon, r., 480 
Michael P. Harding, d., 373 
Llewellyn M. Barker, peo., 77 

Cheshire — 
Jacob D. Walter, r., 241 

Silas E. Jerolds, r., 234 

Henry E.Terrell, d., 166 

Edward T. Hall, d., 136 

Henry Gaylord,£>ro., 10 

E. P. Morgan, pro., 9 

Derby — 

> Sanjord E. Chaffee, / ., 671 

L John Peterson, r., 621 



H. Holton Wood, d., 665 

Patrick Gorman, d., 614 

Eugene Beecher, peo. , 26 

Bradley Crofutt, pro., 26 

East Haven — 

Charles W. Oranniss, r., 125 

Horace A. Smith, d., 113 

Guilford — 

Otis J. Range, r., 330 

Erastus Dudley, r. , 300 

Edward S. Spencer, d., 250 

Edward Elliot, d., 241 

Oliver N. Brooks, pro., 13 

William C. Bishop, pro., 1 

Ham den — 

William F. Downer, r., 431 

Arthur E. Woodruff, d., 247 

John W. Talmadge, 24 

Blank, 1 
Madison — 

Myron H. Munger, r., 187 

Joseph H. Hill, r., 73 

Charles F. Hill, d., 6 

Meriden — 

Benjamin Page, r., 2,899 

* Jacob S. Morrell, r., 2,946 

Oscar L. Bradley, d., 2,096 

Timothy M. Crowley, d., 2,052 

Levi B. Yale, pro., 41 
R. Moss Breckenridge, pro., 40 

Frank W Crofutt, peo., 146 

Thos. P. Casey, ^eo., 156 
Middlebury — 

G. Fred Abbott, r„ 59 

Horatio N. Smith, d., 87 

Milford — 

Frederick L. Tibbals, r., 487 

James L. Miles, r., 476 

George M. Gunn, d., 499 

Henry C. Miles, d., 442 
Naugatuck — 

Joseph C. Flynn, r., 700 

Frank H. Frost, v., 544 
William H. McCarthy, d., 820 

• Frank M. Twilchell, d., 860 
Horace N. Williams, peo. , 77 

George W. Krell, peo. , 77 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



401 



North Branford — 

Jonah James Linsley, v., 112 

Frank M. Wright, d., 77 

North Haven — 

Robert 0. Eaton, r., 211 

William T. Reynolds, d., 207 

Orange — 

Elf ord G. Russell, r., 494 

David Piatt, d., 439 

Albert Seibold, pro. , 34 

Oxford — 

Qeorge P. Sanford, r. , 97 

William O. Davis, d,, 89 

Blank, 8 

Prospect — 

George L. Talmage, r. , 54 

David M. Plumb, d., 47 

Seymour— 

Theodore B. Beach, r., 450 

Olin L. Dibble, d., 253 



Southbury — 

David M. Mitchell, r. , 
Henry M. Canfield, d., 

Wallingford — 

William H. Newton, r., 
Joel R. Hough, r. , 
Henry F. Hall, d., 
Nicholas Bridgett, d., 
Frank S. Wiard, pro., 
Scattering, 

Wolcott — 

Samuel 31. Baily, r. , 
Nehemiah D. Sperry, r, 
Samuel Wilson, d., 

Woodbridge — 

Lewis Hitchcock, r., 
Wells M. Beecher.r., 
Frank L. Doolittle, d., 
C. P. Augur, d., 



NEYv r LONDON COUNTY. 



New London — 

Frederic H. Parrnelee, r. , 
Charles Royce Boss, r. , 
William A. Holt, d., 
Charles J. Hewitt, d., 
Haskell L. Gard, pro., 
David S. Merritt, pro., 
William L. Hawkins, peo 
Charles Corning, peo., 
Scattering, 
Norwich — 
[y Gardiner Greene, Jr., r., 
John M. Brewer, r., 
George C. Raymond, d., 
Horace A. Briggs, d., 
e Louis A. Frazier, pro., 
^'Samuel Prentice, pro., 
^.Albin D. Lewis, peo., 
George E. Amburn, peo., 
Scattering, 
Bozrah — 
William E. Hough, r., 
Willard J. Way, d., 

Colchester — 

William E. Harvey, r., 
Howard G Brown, r., 
Henry H. Brown, d., 
William A Kelley, d., 



1308 

1340 

1164 

1151 

58 

57 

, 44 

39 



2281 

2337 

1996 

1885 

27 

25 

43 

44 

2 

93 

110 

272 
274 
253 
252 



S. Backes, pro., 
J. S. Bell, pro., 

East Lyme — 

Charles J. Luce, ?\, 
George P. Hill, d., 
William Roberts, pro., 

Franklin — 

Clayton H. Lathrop, r., 
Lavius A. Robinson, ?\, 
Pelatiah L. Mabrey, d., 

Griswold — 

Jonas L. Herbert, ?\, 
John Potter, d., 

Groton — 

Charles H. Smith, r., 
Judson F, Bailey, r., 
William A. Ashbey, d., 
Nelson H. Burrows, d., 
Jason L. Randall, pro., 
Francis W. Morgan, pro. 

Lebanon — 

Hobart McCall, r., 
Robert E. Turner, r. , 
James Bond, d., 
Reuben P. Burgess, d., 
Silas P. Abell, pro., 
William W. Gillette, pro. 



154 
101 

779 
749 
591 
615 
6 
6 

78 

1 

39 

94 

2 
53 

1 



10 
13 

195 

211 

23 

58 
50 

28 

222 
309 

576 
562 
470 
464 
23 

9,9, 



198 
198 
57 
61 
18 
19 



402 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ledyard — 

Nathan S. Gallup, r., 116 

Charles A. Gray, d., 121 

Albert M. Perkins, pro., 2 

Lisbon — 

James E. Roberts, r., 60 

Calvin D. Bromley, d., 57 

John W. Payne, pro. , 4 

Lyme — 

Hayden L. Reynolds, r., 100 

Boswell P. LaPlace, r., 134 

J. Griffin My, d., 117 

J. Raymond Warren, d., 77 

Montville — 

George iV. Wood, r., 283 

Patrick F. Walsh, d., 270 

North Stonington — 

Amasa M. Main, r. , 207 

George F. Coats, r., 229 

H. Clinton Ecclestone, d., 122 

Ernest E. Gray, d., 99 

Herbert B. Vincent, pro., 8 

William F. Bromley, pro., 8 

Old Lyme — 

William P. Howard, r., 118 

James F. Bugbee, d., 142 

Preston — 

Charles B. Chapman, r., 318 



Charles F. Boswell, r., 317 

Austin A. Chapman, d., 325 

Appleton Main, d., 320 
Salem — 

Thomas J. Seigfried, r., 49 

AlvaJi Morgan, d., 58 

Sprague — 

Thomas H. Allen, r., 78 

Dennis J. Shahan, d., 69 

William S. Allen, pro., 25 

Daniel Falvey, peo., 16 
Stonington — 

James Pendleton, r., 710 

Henry B. Noyes, Jr., r., 681 

Daniel McCarty, d., 533 

Abel H. Hinckley, d., 583 

Nathan Babcock, pro., 109 

Byron J. Gardiner, pro., 106 

Scattering, 1 

Voluntown — 

George W. Bouse, r., 108 

James H. Dixon, d., 70 
Wm. H. Dawley, Jr., peo., 13 
Waterford — 

William C. Saunders, r., 279 

Harvey M. Manwaring, d., 206 

Isaac A. Gardner, pro. , 23 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



Bridgeport — 

Edward W. Marsh, r., 5254 

Charles Keller, r., 5211 

Charles Hanson, d., 4881 

James H. O'Rourke, d., 4874 

James A. Coates, lab., 278 

Thomas H. Farren, lab., 253 

Scattering, 10 

Danbury — 

George W. Hallock, r., 1952 

Benezet A. Hough, r., 1890 

Eugene C. Dempsey, d., 1993 

Louis E. Orton, d.,* 1994 

Scattering, 4 

Bethel— 

Charles Bailey, r., 493 

Andrew J. Hallock, d., 187 



William F. Ohler, peo., 21 
Brookfielcl— 

Dwight N. Camp, r.,f 

James Lee, d., 125 

Darien— 

Charles W. Lounsbury, r., 256 

A. Floyd Delafield, d., 197 

Easton— 

Eber Gould, r., 107 

George A. Hubbell, d., 81 

Fairfield — 

Michael B. Lacey, ?*., 441 

Conrad Buckingham, r., 440 

Simon C. Bradley, d., 368 

Michael H. Bracken, d., 325 

Benjamin Betts, pro., 9 
Edward A. Von Holtz, pro., 9 



* Candidate of Peoples party also. 

t Vote not returned to town clerk. The straight party vote for State officers 
was, Rep., 119, Dem., 111. 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



403 



Greenwich — 

Seaman Mead, r., 956 

John F. Close, r., 938 

Cornelius Mead, d., 851 

George W. Brush, d., 834 

Stephen C. Peck, pro., 10 

Simeon J. Davis, pro., 9 

Thomas G. Sutton, 1 

Huntington — 

Gould A. Shelton, r., 571 

William S. Randall, d., 263 

George D. Nichols, pro., 15 

Edward Lapthorne, peo., 41 
Monroe — 

Elbert 0. Hull, r., 142 

James C. Johnson, d., 118 

New Canaan — 

Andrew F. Jones, r., 316 

John F. Bliss, d., 260 

Millard F. Osborn, pro., 14 

New Fairfield — 

George W. Truesdale, v., 43 

Homer L. Warner, d., 114 
Newtown — 

Marcus C. Hawley, r., 145 

Henry G. Curtis, r., 150 

Patrick Campbell, d., 583 

Samuel A. Blackman, d., 583 

Norwalk — 

Edtoin 0. Keeler, r., 2320 

Robert H. Rowan, r., 2192 

John W. Mains, d., 1437 

Richard H. Golden, d., 1613 

Frank E. Parsons, pro., 39 

Wm. F. Fillow, pro., 40 

Scattering, 3 



Redding — 

L. Woolsey Randle, r., 
Howard P. Mansfield, r. , 
Eugene Adams, d., 
Rufus A. Lyon, d., 
Robert Holmes, pro. , 
Frank Jelliff, pro., 

Ridgefield — 
Milan H. Mead, r., 
Edwin P. White, r., 
Clarence G. Mead, d., 
Richard W. Desmond, d., 
George E. Lounsbury, r., 

Sherman — 
Frank Hungerford, r., 
Andrew M. Briggs, d., 

Stamford 
Samuel Fessenden, r. , 
Joseph D. Goulden, r. , 
Enos B Lockwood, d., 
John Decker, Jr., d., 
Robert Walker, pro., 
Lyman C. Root, pro., 

Stratford — 
Stiles Judson, Jr., r., 
Ardon L. Judd, d., 

Trumbull — 
Horace L. Fairchild, r. , 
Marcus O. Wheeler, d., 

Weston — 

Henry B. Wheeler, r. , 
Burton P. Merwin, d.* 

Westport — 

Rufus Wakeman, r., 
Edward M. Lees, d., 

Wilton — 

George W. Ogden, r., 
Percy S. Ackerman, d., 
William B, Smith, pro., 



WINDHxiM COUNTY. 



Windham — 

Frank W. Wilson, r., 851 

Andrew J. Bowen, r. , 823 

William C. Backus, d., 811 

Isaac Sanderson, d., 797 
Wm. H. Buriingham, pro., 50 

George F. Phelps, pro., 47 



Willard D. Pember, pro. 
Putnam — 

Wm. R. Barber, r., 
Edgar M. Warner, r., 
Jerome Warren, d., 
Merrit O. Bowen, d., 
David Clark, pro., 



178 
182 
115 
102 
10 
9 

383 
328 
167 
181 

1 

107 

47 

1932 
1824 
1363 
1283 
21 
27 

361 

285 

185 
145 

112 



404 
280 

213 

172 
12 



624 
538 
384 
267 
14 



nn V^ ' °f votea n °t found in Town Clerk's office : Straight party vote, Rep., 
119, Dem., 65. 6 v J ' * ' 



404 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ashford — 

Geo. 0. Balch, r., 107 

Anson G. Barlow, r., 82 

Merrit E. Gallop, d., 112 

Albert M. Carpenter, d., 96 

Z. Burdett Bickwell, pro., 4 

Stephen C. Robbins, pro., 3 

Brooklyn — 

Frank Bay, r., 167 

Clarence A. Potter, d., 134 

Henry M. Bushnell, pro., 11 

Canterbury — 

- John 0. Smith, r., 127 

{ George L. Bradford, r., 126 

Charles S. Hyde, d., 123 

Nelson J. Lyon, d., 106 

Chaplin — 

Newell C. Hunt, r., 64 

Charles B. Russ, d., 44 

Eastford — 

Gurden B. Marcy, r. , 85 

Edmund W. Warren, d., 65 

Hampton — 

William H. Lincoln, r. , 76 

George M. Thompson, d. , 70 

Killingly — 

Frederick A. Jacobs, r., 600 

Esquare B. Miller, r. , 594 

Charles F. Winkleman. d., 280 

Alcott D. Sayles, d., 288 

Aden A. Tillinghast, pro., 16 

Charles T. Preston, pro., 16 

Charles J. LeClaire, r., 1 



Plainfield — 

Amasa P. Tdber, r., 439 

Lucius B. Morgan, r., 451 

Robert L. Dawley, d., Ill 

Jason P. Lathrop, d., 159 

Waldo Tillinghast, 5 

Albert B. Sprague, 2 

Pomfret — 

William V. Chapin, r., 96 

Francis H. Bird, r., 107 

Albert B. Smith, d., 133 

Ingoldsby Trowbridge, r., 14 

W. I. Bartholomew, r., 1 

Scotland — 

Olney S. Remington, r., 61 

Frank W. Bacon, d., 66 

Sterling- — 

Enoch A. Douglass, r., 167 

John Frink, d., 64 

John A. Douglass, pro., 2 

Thompson — 

E. Herbert Corttis, r., 326 

Geo. T. Bixby, r., 325 

Joseph Cruff, d., 139 

Augustine Ravenille, d., 135 

Calvin Munyan, pro., 7 

C. H. Huntington, pro., 7 

Woodstock — 

Frank B. Jackson, r.., 258 

David L. Goodwin, r. , 253 

J. Marshall Penin, d., 68 

Gardner H. Sumner, d., 44 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY 



Litchfield — 

George Kenney, r. , 
George H. Hunt, d., 
William T. Marsh, d., 
John Q. Ames, pro., 
Edwin B. Brown, peo., 
Winchester — 

Wellington B. Smith, v., 
Jay E. Spaulding, r., 
Edward H. Persons, d., 
George L. Cook, d., 
George E. Manchester, pro. 
Frederick L. Wooster, pro. 





New Milford — 




334 


Andrew G. Ba.rnes, r. , 


544 


333 


Alexander H. Barlow, r. 


530 


357 


Isaac B. Bristol, d., 


534 


13 


Andrew M. Booth, d. , 


538 


13 


Barkhamsted — 






Abel G. Everett, r. , 


160 


731 


George H. Whitney, r., 


155 


750 


Hiram C. Brown, d., 


86 


627 


Samuel H. Case, d., 


80 


581 


Bethlehem — 




, 31 


Frank Stoughton, r., 


94 


, 32 


Robert D. Hill, d., 


37 



YOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



405 



Bridgewater — 

Abel M. Worden, 
Edward R. Wooster, d., 

Canaan — 

Charles E. Ford, r., 
Duncan K. Colepaugh, d. 
Myron H. Dean, pro., 

Colebrook — 
Robert E. Home, r., 
George W. Bemington, r. , 
George H. Mills, d., 
Clayton H Deming, d , 

Cornwall — 
John L. Washing, r., 
Andrew M. Clark, r., 
Frederick W. Yutzler, d., 
William C. Bennett, 
Charles C. Marsh, pro., 
William Oliver, pro., 
Henry J. Allen, peo., 

Goshen— 
James P. Vaill, r. , 
Daniel N. Lucas, r., 
Lyman Hall, d., 
Theron S. Ludington, d., 
Alson San f or d,p ro., 
Alvin Dickinson, pro., 

Harwinton — 
H. Hopkins Collin, r. , 
Benjamin F. Page, r., 
Thomas Q. Hogan, d., 
Charles L. Blake, d., 
Samuel Ackerman,^r<?., 
Henry Von Tobel, pro., 

Kent — 
John L. Boberts, r., 
Walter O. Page, d., 

Morris — 
Silas E. Stockman, r., 
Edwin H. Clark, d., 

New Hartford — 
Hudson M. Seymour, r., 
Joseph R. Gillette, r. , 
Charles F. Maxfield, d., 
Lafayette S. Mason, d., 

Norfolk — 

Geo. T. Johnson, r., 
Obed H. Stanard, r. , 
Chas. H. Cane, d., 

North Canaan — 
Alberto T. Boraback, r., 
Daniel Keefe, d., 



40 
99 

142 
73 

14 

79 
82 
76 

89 

113 

114 

138 

106 

17 

15 

1 

118 

78 

75 

69 

6 

5 

126 

118 

70 

73 

5 

4 

131 
122 

68 
76 

288 
250 
243 
219 

186 
158 
153 

247 
154 



Plymouth — 

Henry E. Stoughton, r., 94 

Andrew W. Granniss, d., 32 

Lyman D. Baldwin, pro., 12 

Roxbury — 

Francis A. Squire, r., 119 

Geo. H. Buckingham, d., 76 

Salisbury — 

Herbert Williams, r., 406 

Pierre Mundry, r., 374 

Charles H. Bissell, d., 246 

Edward Ward, d., 265 

Scattering, 2 

Sharon — 

George E. Buckley, r., 275 

LaicrenceVan Alstyne, r., 258 

JohnB. Kirby, d., 212 

Baldwin Reed, d., 206 

Thoniaston — 

Aaron Thomas, r. , 380 

Randal T. Andrews, d., 228 

Cornelius Cables, pro., 19 

Torrington — 

Willard A . Boraback, r. , 948 

Edmond Wall, r., 925 

Fred'kF. Fuessenich, d., 495 

Richard Carroll, d., 439 

Samuel D. Doolittle, pro., 30 

Curtis P. Blakeslee, pro., 31 

L. I. Baldwin, peo., # 1 

O. Vincent Coffin, peo., 1 

Warren — 

George C. Hopkins, r., 70 

William Forestelle, d., 34 

Washington — 

Samuel C. Kingman, r., 234 

David Kenney, r., 196 

Frank J. Kilburn, d., 175 

Samuel H. Clark, d., 160 

Charles G. Fenn, pro., 7 

Charles B. Gibson, pro., 4 

Watertown — 

Henry T. Dayton, r., 212 

George F. Pritchard, d., 209 

Woodbury — 

David L. Somers, r. , 231 

^harles B. Garlick, r., 218 

Thomas L. Shea, d., 145 

Charles H. Woodward, d., 136 

George I. Barnes, p?'o. , 18 

Edwin Roberts, pro., 16 



406 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



Middletown — 

William T. Elmer, r., 1478 

Charles B. Leiois, r., 1527 

D. Ward Northrop, d., 1146 

Charles J. Harris, d., 1176 

Edwin J. Roberts, pro., 33 

John W. Baker, pro., 32 

Haddam — 

George M. Clark, r., 253 

Charles C. Gillett, r., 321 

Austin S. Clark, d., 231 

Francis A. House, d., 168 

Cliatliam — 

Vine B. Starr, r., 222 

Charles F. Shepard, r., 202 

John A. Carrier, d., 220 

Daniel N. Markham, d., 187 

George H. Lamson, pro., 25 

Frank E. Clark, pro., 24 

Chester — 

George S. Gladding, r., 217 
Fred'k M. Woodstock, d., 67 

Clinton — 

Henry C. Hull, r., 195 

Daniel W. Stevens, d., 93 

Cromwell — 

Edbert D. Hammond, r., 230 

John D. Allison, d., 162 
William E. Greaves, pro., 21 

Durham — 

Waldo B. Atwell, r., 116 

Willis I. Parmelee, r., 105 

John Marshall, d., 106 

Ernest A. Markham, d., 114 

Clement P. Griffin, pro., 4 

J. Franklin Bailey, pro., 5 



East Haddam — 

Bobert W. Bingham, r., 
Francis W. Swan, r., 
John A. Wright, d., 
Henry B. Maynard, d., 
Arthur W. Chaffee, pro., 
H. D. C. Baldwin, peo., 

Essex — 

James H. Clark, r. , 
Charles Kelsey, d., 
Wm. P. Chipman, pro., 

Killing-worth — 

Norman L. Parmelee, r., 
Everett E. Lord, r. , 
Oscar B. Stevens, d., 
Avington D. Parmelee, d. 

Middlefield— 
Lyman A. Mills, r., 
Henry S. Steele, d., 
Charles P. Augur, pro., 

Old Saybrook — 
Giles A. Bushnell, r., 
George H. Gates, d., 

Portland — 
Andrew N. Shepard, r., 
Asaph H. Hale, d., 

Saybrook — 
Horace G. Jones, r., 
Thomas L. Parker, r. , 
Herbert S. Howard, d., 
John G. Desmond, d., 
Yirgil D. Norton, pro., 
Frank All worth, pro., 

Westbrook — 
William I. Lewis, r., 
William Z. Jones, d., 
Theodore D. Post, pro., 



272 
297 
189 
175 
16 
1 

302 

243 

31 

87 
85 
60 
66 

116 
36 

14 

154 
96 

304 
405 

207 
206 
76 
75 
22 
20 

129 

63 

4 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 



Tolland — 

William Sumner, r., 130 

Loren H. Reed, r., 116 

Batcliffe Hicks, d., 127 

Gardner Webster, d., 122 
And over— 

Charles L. Backus, r., 57 

Selah A. Burnham, d., 39 

James M. Phillips, pro., 1 



Bolton — 

William E. Alvord, r. , 57 

Marvin W. Howard, d., 50 

Columbia — 

William W. Battey, r., 96 

Mason D. Squier, d., 65 

Coventry — 

Nathan C. White, r., Ill 

George Keeny, r., 179 



VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES. 



407 



John S. Ghamplin, d., 
Perkins L. Lathrop, d., 
John D. Wilson, pro., 
Eli B. Turney, pro., 

Ellington — 

John Thompson, r., 
Albert Pinney, d., 

Hebron — 

Georqe C. Tennant, r., 
William J. Warner, r. , 
Edward J. White, d. , 
Wilbur K Hills, d., 

Mansfield — 

Fred 0. Vinton, r., 
Charles H Weeks, r., 
George Philo Hanks, d., 
George H. Andrews, pro. 
W. L. Chamberlin,_pr0., 

Somers — 

Oscar Keeney, r. , 
Nathaniel A. Patten, r., 
Henry T. Stevenson, d., 
Austin E. Kibbe, d., 



199 

197 

10 

10 



165 
124 

121 
139 

83 
73 

213 

208 

126 

151 

26 

185 

162 

110 

91 



Stafford — 

J. Carl Converse, r., 492 

John B. Washburn, r., 443 

Anthony Adams, d., 303 

Alonzo M. Shepard, d., 253 

Charles P. Hodgson, pro., 9 

Edward W. Brooks, pro., 10 

Frank B. Sidaway, #&?., 30 

John McCrohan, peo., 29 

Union — 

* George Wallace, r., 78 

* Frederick J. Aldrich, d., 74 

Vernon — 

John E. Fahey, r., 953 

Horace G. Talcott, r., 876 

Francis McVeigh, d., 606 

William H. Potterton, d., 648 

William H. Rice, pro. , 22 

Walter H. WilMe, pro., 22 

Scattering, 5 

Willington — 

Arthur H. Eldridge, r., 141 

William H. Hall, r., 128 

Ezra T. Converse, d., 44 

Chas. Nichols, d., 41 



Straight party vote ; Rep. 46, Dem. 38. 



408 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 



ADVENT CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE OF CONNECTICUT. 

President, J. W. Davis, Bridgeport; Vice-President, E. Z. Ellis, Dan- 
bury; Secretary and Treasurer, 0. D. Woodruff, Southington. 



CLERGY AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 



Ainslee, Wm. 
Ainsworth, F. S. 
Allen, Ephraim 
Barker, G. A. 
Converse, F. P. 
Crumb, Mrs. E. L. 
Curtis, J. 
Curtiss, Frank J. 
Davis, J. W. 
Dudley, D. C. 
Du vail, Clark 
Ellis, E. Z. 
Elmore, C. H. 
Gibb, William 



Waterbury 

E. ^orwalk 

Torrington 

Plymouth 

Bridgeport 

Forestville 

Morris 

Torrington 

Bridgeport 

Wallingford 

Prospect 

Danbury 

Waterbury 

Bristol 



Hitchcock, B. 
Perkins, H. W. Mt. 
Pike, C. 

Sherman, Lucius B. 
Smith, H. C. 
St. John, B. 
Stone, Henry 
Stultz, F. H. 
White, G. L. 
Wilson, Gilbert 0. 
Wood, J. L. 
Woodruff, S. 
Woodruff, 0. D. 



Bristol 

Carmel Center 

Waterbury 

Bridgeport 

Mill Plain 

Torrington 

Wallingford 

Bridgeport 

Bristol 

Danbury 

Nepaug 

Unionville 

Southington 



NOT MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE CONFERENCE. 

Bugbee, E. S. Woodstock Street, Elihu Montville 

Butler, P. S. Woodstock Teeple, George M. New Haven 

Fifield, George Norwich Tyler, George E. Hartford 

Morse, Amasa Union 



BAPTIST. 

CONNECTICUT BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

Annual Meeting, 3d Tuesday in October. 

President, Hon. Francis Wayland, New Haven; Vice-President, W. 
A. Grippin, Bridgeport; Secretary, Rev. P. S. Evans, New Haven; Treas- 
urer, VV. F. Walker, New Britain; Auditor, John E. Darrow, New London. 

Tkustees, for three years — Rev. H. M. Thompson, Rev. S. D. Phelps, 
D.D., Rev. Geo. M. Stone, D.D., Rev. G. F. Uenung, Rev. J. R. Stubbert, 
Rev. A. Wheaton, Rev. C. A. Piddock, Rev. W. P. Elsdon, L. A. Gallup, 
Giles Potter, J. L. Denison. For two years — Rev. J. B. Lemon, Rev. J. H. 
Mason, Rev. W. D. McKinnev, Rev. Henrv Clarke, Rev. W. G. Fennell, Rev. 
J. D. Herr, D.D., Rev. E. M. Poteat, Rev. C L. Rhoades, Hon. J. W. Man- 
ning, Rev. G. VV. Nicholson, A. J. Shipley. For one vear — Rev. A. C. Hub- 
bard, D.D., Rev. A. S. Brown, Rev. E. W. Husted, Rev. 1. F. Stidham, 
Ph.D., Rev. P. G. Wightnmn, Rev. F. W. C. Meyer, Hon. J. L. Howard, 
Edward Miller, E. V. Preston, E. G. Sumner, James Newcomb. 

Executive Committee. — Rev. W. G. Fennell, Rev. Archibald Wheaton, 
Rev. J. R. Stubbert, Rev. G. VV. Nicholson, Rev. J. H. Mason, Rev. W. D. Mc- 
Kinney, Rev. J. 15. Lemon, Rev. J. D. Herr, D.D., Hon. J. L. Howard, Rev. 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



409 



C. A. Piddoek, -with president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and audi- 
tor, as ex officio members. 

Finance Committee. — Hon. Francis Wayland, A. J. Sloper, W. F. 
Walker. 

ASSOCIATIONS, CLERKS, AND ANNUAL MEETINGS. 

Ashford, Rev. Leonard Smith, Spring Hill, at Spring Hill, September 2d. 
Fairfield, Rev. R. 0. Sherwood, So. Norwalk, at Norwalk, September 23d. 

Hartford, Rev. W. R. Bartlett, W. Hartford, at , September 16th. 

New Haven, Rev. J. A. Elder, New Haven, at Grand St., New Haven, 
October 7 th. 
New London, Rev. A. S. Stowell, Montville, at 1st Norwich, September 9th. 
Stonington Union, Rev. E. Dewhurst, Voluntown, at Mystic, June 10th. 

Baptist Education Society. — Pres., Hon. James L. Howard, Hartford; 
Vice-Presidents. Marshall E. Morris, Bridgeport; Hon. H. A. Hull, Stonington ; 
Secretary, Rev. Dr. I F. Stidham, New Britain; Treasurer, Edward Miller, Sr., 
Meriden; Auditor, Thomas Sisson, Hartford; Trustees, Rev. G. M. Stone, 
D.D., Hartford, Rev. E. C. Sage, Ph.D., New Haven, Rev. H. M. Thompson, 
Hartford, J. W. Lamb, Hartford, Rev. F. G. McKeever, New London. 

Number of churches, 14U; settled pastors, 114; membership. 24,386. Money 
raised for home expenses, $240,529; for benevolence, $54,206; for all pur- 
poses, $294,836. Value of church property free from debt, $1,868,669. 



MINISTERS AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 
[Those designated by a * are without pastoral charge.] 



Allen, Nicholas T. 


Groton 


Curtis, L. B. 


Suffield 


Ash worth, J. W. 


Putnam 


Delzell, S. W. 


Moosup 


Baldwin, B. A. 


New Haven 


Dewhurst, E. 


Voluntown 


Bartlett, W. R. 


West Hariford 


Dibble, T. J. 


New Canaan 


Batchelder, F. L. 


Stafford 


Dickinson, Thos. N.* 


Essex 


Beardsley, E.* 


Plainville 


Dixon, Frank 


Hartford 


Bennett, E. 


Brooklyn 


Ek, Nils 


Hartford 


Berger, Emil 


Meriden 


Elder, J. A. 


New Haven 


Bergh, John 0. 


New Haven 


Elmer, E. B. 


Winthrop 


Braman, F. P. 


Plainville 


Elsdon, W. P. 


Waterbury 


Breaker, J. C. 


Southington 


Evans, G. M. 


Chester 


Briggs, T. P. 


Eastford 


Evans, P. S.* 


New Haven 


Brown, A. B.* 


Bridgeport 


Fennell, W. G. 


Meriden 


Brown, A. S. 


Norwich 


Forsell, J. P. 


New Britain 


Brown, C. H. 


Willington 


Foster, A. K. 


New Haven 


Brown, Joseph P.* 


New London 


Foster, J. C * 


New London 


Cameron, John 


New Haven 


Frost, C. C * 


Norwich 


Chandler, A. J* 


New London 


Gallaher, H. M., LL.D 


.* Essex 


Chapman, B. F * 


Andover 


GaNun, G. J.* 


New Haven 


Chapman, H. A. 


Bridgeport 


Gavin, J. C. 


Old Lvme 


Chappell, G. C. 


Warrenville 


Genung, G. F. 


Suffield 


Chipman, W.P., D.D 


Essex 


Goodwin, William* 


New Hartford 


Clafford, T. 


Meriden 


Guv, Albert* 


Hartford 


Clarke, Henry 


Stonington 


Hanna, T. C. 


Plantsville 


Clark, A. W. 


Winsted 


Harriman, A. E. 


Colchester 


Connell, J. B. 


Cromwell 


Harrington, H. L. 


Pendleton Hill 


Cooley, H. E.* 


Wilson Station 


Harris, W. G. 


Stamford 


Coonell, E. B. * 


Waterford 


Harrison, A. M.* 


Hartford 


Cornet, E., M.D. 


Norwich 


Herr, J. D., D.D. 


Norwich 


Cranston, J. L. 


Preston City 


Hill, T. W. 


Norwalk 


Crocker, T. L. 


New London 


Hubbard, A. C, D.D. 


Danbury 



410 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS, 



Hasted, E. W. 
Hyde, J. C.* 
Ives, S. A. 

Jackson, G. H., M.D. 
Johanson, Wm. 
Johnson, Ed. 
Johnson, L. S.* 
Johnson, W. H. 
Kingsbury, N.* 
Kolb, W.'L * 
Lemon, J. B. 
Lester, G. H * 
Liljegren, Frank 
Linsley, Harvey 
Luddington, F *D. 
Luther, C. C* 
Lynch, F. P., M.D.* 
Lyon, J. S. 
Maplesden, R. 
Marble, F. E. 
Mariott, N. A. 
Marshall, Jabez 
Martin, H. E. 
Martin, W. C. 
Mason, J. H. 
Mavnard, M. P.* 
McKeever, F. G. 
Miller, D. H., D.D.* 
Miller, E. T. 
McKinney, Wm. D. 
Meyer, Fred W. C. 
Meyers, J. H. 
Morgan, H. A. 
Morton, W. N. 
Nichols, C. A* 
Nichols, G. E. 
Nichols, R. A. 
Nicholson, G. W. 
Payne, J. W. 
Perkins, E. R. 
Phelps, D. W., Lit D. 
Phillips, J. M.* 
Piddock, C. A.* 
Pinkham, N. J.* 
Pistor, 0. F. 
Poteat, E. M., D.D. 
Potter, C. W* 
Powell, A. C. 



Meriden 

Quaker Hill 

Thompson 

New Haven 

Bridgeport 

Ansonia 

New Britain 

Middletown 

Warrenville 

New Haven 

Willimantic 

New London 

New Haven 

Suffield 

Northville 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeport 

Bristol 

Middletown 

Wallingford 

Norwich 

Moodus 

East Lyme 

Noank 

New Haven 

New London 

New London 

Mystic 

Groton 

Ansonia 

New Haven 

Bridgeport 

Middletown 

Bridgeport 

Norwalk 

New Haven 

Waterbury 

Bridgeport 

Jewett City 

Yalesville 

Old Mystic 

Andover 

Hartford 

Thompson 

New Britain 

New Haven 

Bantam 

New Haven 



Putnam, G. L. 
Randlett, Asa* 
Remington, G. W. 
Rhoades, C. L. 
Robbins, F. E. 
Robinson, A. A. 
Robinson, J. B. 
Sage, E. C, Ph.D. 
Sauer, G. W. 
Savage, C. G. 
Scott, Walter* 
Sherman, R. H. 
Sherwood, R. 0. 



West Woodstock 

North Ash ford 

N. Colebrook 

Stamford 

Norwalk 

Packerrille 

Andover 

New Haven 

White Hills 

N. Stonington 

Suffield 

Clinton 

South Norwalk 



Siegfried, T. J., M.D. Gardner's Lake 



Silliman, S. G.* 
Simons, A. H. 
Smith, A. W. 
Smith, Leonard 
Smith, W. E* 
Smith, W. A* 
Spencer, F. F.* 
Squires, W. P. 
Stidham, I. F., Ph.D. 
Stith, G. L. 
Stone, Geo. M., D.D. 
Stowell, A. S. 
Stubbert, J. R. 
Taylor, Moses 
Terrv, Thomas * 
Turner, R. E. 
Temple, J. F* 
Thatcher, Samuel* 
Thompson, H. M. 
Tucker, J. D.* 
Tyler, G. W. 
Viets, A. P.* 
Ward, John G. 
Watrous, A. D* 
Waytes, W. J. 
Weeks, W. M. 
Wedge, A. P. 
Wheaton, A. 
Whittemore, R. E.* 
Wightman, P. G. 
Wilcox, A. J. 
Wilson, H. W. 
Wolf, H. M., Jr. 
Wright, T. G* 



Bridgeport 

Montowese 

Parkville 

Spring Hill 

Waterbury 

Groton 

Meriden 

Niantic 

New Britain 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Montville 

New London 

Stratford 

Bristol 

Lebanon 

Plainville 

Meriden 

Hartford 

West Haven 

Hartford 

Waterbury 

North Lyme 

Deep River 

Stonington 

Easton 

Rockville 

Mystic 

Clinton 

Branford 

New London 

Bridgeport 

Waterford 

Hartford 



Allen, S. H. 
Andrews, S. J. 
Andrews, W. W. 
Davenport, J. S. 



CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC. 

Hartford King, Horace 

Hartford Rogers, J. A. R. 

Wethersfield Button, Warren 
Hartford 



Enfield 

Hartford 

Enfield 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



411 



CONGREGATIONAL. 

GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF CONNECTICUT. 

Formed 1709 ; composed of ministers, delegates from thirteen Associations ; 
meets in Hartford, June 16, 1896 ; Rev. W. H. Moore, Hartford, Registrar and 
Treasurer. 

GENERAL CONFERENCE OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES OF 
CONNECTICUT. 

Formed 1867; composed of ministers and laymen, delegates from churches; 
office at Memorial Hall, Hartford. Rev. W." H. Moore, Hartford, Registrar 
and Statistical Secretary; Ward W. Jacobs, Hartford, Treasurer; Nathaniel 
Shipman. Hartford, Auditor; Standing Committee, Rev. Messrs. J. W. Bixler, 
Frank Russell, George F. Prentiss, W. H. Moore, and Messrs. Wallace H. 
Camp and Albert B. Fifield. Next annual meeting, Winsted, Tuesday, No- 
vember 17, 1896. 

Missionary Society of Connecticut. Directors. Rev. Messrs. J. Ander- 
son, D. C. Egrgleston, G. W. Banks, J. W. Backus, J. De Peu, J. S. Ives, D. E. 
Jones, Voorhees, Hazen, Parker, W. L. Phillips, J. H. Twichell, Walker, S. H. 
Fellows, and Messrs. D. N. Camp, W. H. Catlin, H. L. Reade, E. W. Marsh, 
Woodruff, N. Shipman. H. G. Talcott. Secretary, Rev. W. H. Moore, Hart- 
ford. Treasurer, Ward W. Jacobs, Hartford. Auditors, Messrs. Camp, Tal- 
cott, and Jones. 

Fund for Ministers. Trustees, Sec, Treas., and Auditors, same as of the 
Miss. Soc. Conn. 

Number of Churches, 315; pastors, 241; communicants, 61,357. 



CLERGY AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 



[Those 
Adams, A. C* 
Allen, F. E. 
Allender, J. 
Anderson, A. 
Anderson, J. 
Arms, W. F. 
Arnold, H. T. 
Atwood, E. F. * 
Austin, S. J. 
Avery, F. D.* 
Avery, J.* 
Averv, W. F. 
Ayer, C. L* 
Ayer, E. P. 
Bacheler, F. P. 
Backus, J. 
Backus, J. W.* 
Bacon, E. E. 
Bacon, L. W.* 
Bailev, G. F. 
Baker, W. M. 
Ballantine, J. W. 
Banks, G. W. 
Barber, C. H. 
Barber, L. H.* 
Barclay, T. D.* 
Barker, 0. W. 
Barney, L. W. 
Barrett, S. A. 



designated by a * are without pastoral charge.] 



Wethersfield Barrows, J. 0. 

Griswold Bairows, W.H. 

Middlefield Beard, G. H. 

Meriden Beard, W. H. 

Waterbury Beardsley, B. B.* 

Essex Beardslee, C. S.* 

Plainfield Bixler, J. W. 

Hartford Bjorkman, L. W. A 

Darien Blackman, W. F.* 

East Hartford Blair, John J. 

Norwich Blake, S. L. 

Middlebury Bliss, D. J. 

Bethlehem Boardman, M. B.* 

Bethlehem Bosworth, Q. M. 

Hockanum Bowman, G. A.* 

Westport Brastow, L. 0.* 

Farmington Breed, D.* 

Saybrook Brewer, F. S. 

Norwich Brown, H. S. 

Westbrook Bryan, G. A.* 

Wethersfield Brown, W. T. 

Ridgefield Brvant, S. J* 

Guilford Bullard, C. H* 

Manchester Burgess, L. F.* 

Ellington Burr, E. F. 

Kent Burr, M. 

Newtown Burr, R. M. 

Norwich Bushnell, G.* 

East Hartford Campbell, H. A 



Stonington 

Southbury 

South Norwalk 

South Killingly 

Bridgeport 

Hartford 

New London 

Hartford 

New Haven 

Wallingford 

New London 

Leonard's Bridge 

New Britain 

Jewett Citv 

East Hartford 

New Haven 

Hebron 

South Glastonbury 

Danielson 

Norwich 

Madison 

West Haven 

Hartford 

Bridgewater 

Lyme 

Bozrahville 

North Lyme 

New Haven 

Seymour 



412 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



Carlson, C. E 
Carter, R. E. 
Carter, S. B. 
Cary, W. B. 
Chesebrough, A. S.* 
Child, F. S. 
Choate, Washington 
Christensen, N. C* 
Chunn, C. D. 
Clarke, C. F. 
Clark, D. J. 
Clark, G. L. 
Clarke, W. B. 
Collier, C. W. 
Collins, John C * 
Cooledge, C. E. 
Cooper, J. W. 
Countryman, F. 
Croft, C. P.* 
Cummings, G. H. 
Curtis, E. L* 
Curtis, G. A. 
Curtis, L.* 
Danforth, J. R. Jr. 
Danielson, J. 
Davenport, J. G. 
Davidson, W. W. 
Davies, A. E.* 
Davies, Henry* 
Davies, T. E * 
Day, G. E * 
Day, P. R* 
Dean, B. A. 
Dean, W. N. T. 
Delzell, F. E. 
De Peu, J. 
Devitt, T. S. 
Didrickson, S. K. 
Doolittle, J. B. 
Douglass, S. J.* 
Dunning, H. N.* 
Dustan, G.* 
D wight, T.* 
Dyer, E. 0. 
Edwards, G. L. 
Eggleston, D. C. 
Elderkin, J. 
Emerson, T. A. 
English, W. F. 
Erickson, F. 
Evans, Kvan 
Evans, Evore 
Evans, S. E. 
Fairbanks, A.* 
Fellowes, E. C. 
Fellows, F. E.* 
Fellows, S. H. 
Fisher, G. P.* 



Portland 
Washington 
Westminster 
North Stonington 
Saybrook 
Fairfield 
Greenwich 
New Haven i 
Rocky Hill : 
Whitneyville i 
East Haven | 
Farmington ! 
Durham I 
East Hampton 
New Haven | 
Collinsville i 
New Britain | 
North Branfordj 
Weatogue j 
Thompson j 
New Haven! 
An dove r 
Hartford 
Mystic 
Southington 
Water bury 
Riverton 
New Haven j 
New Haven j 
New Haven 1 
New Haven 
Unionville 
Colebrook 
Woodstock 
Hadlyme 
Norfolk 
Branford 
Hartford 
West Suffield 
New Haven 
South Norwalk 
Hartford 
New Haven 
Sharon 
Millington 
Sound Beach 
Ekonk 
Clinton 
East Windsor 
Washington Depot 
New Preston 
Ellsworth 
Granby 
New Haven ! 
Derby ]| 
Norwich j 
Wauregan \ 
New Haven 



Forbes, S. B. 
Foster, W. C* 
Francis, C W. 
Frary, E. M. 
Freeman, J. A. 
Frost, D. C* 
Fullerton, E. G. 
Gallup, J. A.* 
Gardner, A. 
Gay, W. A. 
Gerrie, A. W. 
Gidman, R. H. 
Gilbert, W. H * 
Gillett, A. L* 
Goddard, J. C. 
Goodale, D. W. 
Goodenough, A. 
Grant, F. L. 
Greene, F. W. 
Greene, W. R. 
Griggs, L. S. 
Griswold, J. B.* 
Hall, A. 
Hall, E. E .* 
Hall, R. T. 
Hanna, C. W. 
Harris, S.* 
Harrison, F. B.* 
Hart, Burdett* 
Hart, H. E. 
Hart, W. D. 
Hartranft, C. D * 
Hartshorne, J. W. 
Hatch, F. A. 
Hawley, J. P. 
Hazen, A. W. 
Hedges, William 
Herman, John E. 
Hibbard, A. G. 
Higgins, L. H. 
Hill, C. J. 
Hine, S * 
Hitchcock, L. P. 
Hjerpe, E. G. 
Hodgdon, T. M. 
Hoisington, H. R. 
Hollister, F. M.* 
Holden, F. A. 
Holden, E. K. 
Holman, VV. H. 
Hopkinson, B. B. 
Hoppin, J. M.* 
Howard, W.* 
Howe, O. B. 
Howe, S. H. 
Hovt, J. P. 
Hubbard, D. B. 
Hutchins, John 



Hartford 

Middletown 

Brookfield Center 

Chaplin 

Woodbury 

Putnam 

Bridgeport 

Madison 

Warren 

Terryville 

West Torrington 

Preston 

New Haven 

Hartford 

Salisbury 

Suffield 

Winchester 

Northfield 

Middletown 

Pomfret Center 

Ivoryton 

South Manchester 

Chester 

New Haven 

Greenwich 

Falls Village 

New Haven 

New Haven 

New Haven 

Franklin 

Wilton 

Hartford 

New Haven 

Danbury 

New Hartford 

Middletown 

Harwinton 

Plainville 

Goshen 

Hanover 

Stonington 

Hartford 

Ellington 

New Britain 

West Hartford 

Coventry 

Waterbury 

Buckingham 

Bridgeport 

Southport 

Union 

New Haven 

North Guilford 

Westville 

Norwich 

Cheshire 

Little River 

Litchfield 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



413 



Hutchins, H. L. 
Hyde, F. S. 
lsham, A.* 
Ives, J. S. 
Jacobus, M. W.* 
Jagger, Edwin L.* 
James, D. M. 
Jenkyns, E. H. 
Johnson, F. A. 
Johnson, Wilbur 
Jones, C. M. 
Jones, D. E. 
Jorden, F. F.* 
Kellogg, H. M. 
Kelsey, H. H. 
Keneston, L. M. 
Kerr, M. R. 
Kettle, J. B. 
Kinmouth, A. E. 
Kitchell, C. L .* 
Knight, M * 
Knouse, W. H. 
Kratz, F * 
Ladd, G. T * 
Larason, C. M. 
Lathrop, W. G. 
Ledin, C. J. 
Lewis, E. J. 
Lewis, E. E. 
Lindegren, 0. 
Lord, 0. M. 
Love, W. DeL., Jr. 
Luckey, F. R. 
Luther, C. F. 
Lutz, A. R. 
McKnight, H. C. 
McLane, W. W. 
McLeod, A. J. 
Macy, Herbert 
Markwick, W. F. 
Marsh, D. D. 
Marshall, H. G. 
Martyn, S. S. 
Marvin, S. P. 
Mead, C. M * 
Mead, H. B. 
Means, F. H. 
Means, 0. W. 
Mellish, J. H.* 
Merriarn, A. R.* 
Merritt, E. W. 
Merwin, N. T. 
Meserve, I. C. 
Miles, H. R. 
Miles, T. M. 
Miller, A. P. 
Milliken, C. D. 
Mitchell, E. K.* 



New Haven 
Groton 
Roxbury 
Stratford 
Hartford 
West Hartford 
Fair Haven 
Bloonj field 
New Mil ford 
Brooklyn 
Eastford . i 
Broad Brook; 
Torrington ; j 
Wolcott 
Hartford | j 
Shelton 
North Guilford 
Greenfield Hill 
Ledyard 
New Haven i' 
West Hartford : 
Deep River.' 
Mill Plain:] 
New Haven | 
Hartford j 
North Haven ; 
New Haven || 
Storrsj 
Had dam j 
Bridgeport if 
Central Village | 
Hartford.; 
New Haven;{ 
Redding; | 
Monroe 
Sherman | 
New Haven I 
Stafford Springs 
Newington 
Ansonia 
Unionville 
Cromwell 

Derby] \ 

Westville \\ 

Hartford'i 

Scotland!] 

Windham ,1 

Enfield .j 

Killingly 

Hartford 

Salem I 

Poquonock | 

New Haven i 

Hartford I 

Bristol | 

New Haven 

Canaan \ 

Hartford '; 



Mitchell, J. L. 
Mohr, U. 0. 
Moore, N. S .* 
Moore, W. E. B. 
Moore, W. H* 
Morgan, Charles 
Morrow, C. W. 
Morrow, H. E. 
Morse, H. H. 
Moses, D.* 
Mosmau, W. D.* 
Moulton, J. W. 
Munger, T. T. 
Munson, M. A.* 
Mutch, W. J. 
Nelson', R. 
Noble, T. K. 
Noon, S. A. 
Nordlund, A. A. 
Norris, A. H. 
Northrop, B. G.* 
Northrop, C. A. 
Nourse, E- E. 
Ordway, J.* 
Page, Charles 
Palmer, C. R.* 
Palmer, H. 
Palmer, W. S. 
Pangburn, L. E. 
Park, A. J. 
Parker, E. P. 
Parker, F. 
Paton, L. B* 
Pease, C. H. 
Pegrum, R. 
Pelton, G. A. 
Perkins, B. F. 
Perrv, A. T * 
Phillips, W. L, 
Phipps, W. H. 
Pierce, A. F. 
Pierce, D. F.* 
Pierpont, J. 
Pike, Clarence 
Pike, E. B. 
Post, A. H. 
Post, W. S. 
Potter, F. C. 
Potwin, T. S.* 
Pratt, L. 
Pratt, M. 
Prentice, D. W .* 
Prentiss, G. F. 
Rankin, S. G. W.* 
Redfield, C* 
Redgrave, C. A. 
Relyea, B. J.* 
Reynolds, W. T.* 



New Haven 

Georgetown 

Winsted 

East Hartland 

Hartford 

Hampton 

Norwich 

Jewett City 

Milford 

Wethersfield 

New Haven 

Middle Haddam 

New Haven 

New Haven 

New Haven 

Windsor 

Norwalk 

Taftville 

Georgetown 

Torringford 

Clinton 

Norwich Town 

Berlin 

Salem 

Fair Haven 

New Haven 

Middletown 

Norwich Town 

Mt. Carmel 

Huntington 

Hartford 

Little Haddam 

Harfford 

Weston 

Watertown 

Stony Creek 

South Coventry 

Hartford 

New Haven 

Prospect 

Danbury 

South Britain 

West Cornwall 

Mansfield Center 

Abington 

Tolland 

Wapping 

Greenwich 

Hartford 

Norwich 

Kensington 

Greenfield Hill 

Winsted 

Glastonbury 

Vernon 

Morris 

Glenbrook 

North Haven 



414 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



Richards, G. S. 
Richards, T. C. 
Ricketts, C. H. 
Riggs, C. H. * 
Robbins, S. W.* 
Roberts, H. B. 
Rodgers, L. 
Root, F. S.* 
Ross, D. C. 
Rouse, F. T. 
Russell, F. 
Sanborn, E. S. 
Sanborne, G E.* 
Sandwell, G. H. 
Sargent, F. D. 
Scoville, S. 
Searles, W. G. 
Seelev, N. J .* 
Seil, H. 

Seward, D. M.* 
Sharp, R. W. 
Sherman, C. S.* 
Shirley, A. 
Simrns, T. 
Slack, H. L. 
Smilev, J. D. 
Smith", C. H. 
Smith, W. W. 
Smyth, N. 
Snow, F. E. 
Soderholm, H. 
Solandt, J. A. 
Soule, Sherrod 
Squires, N. J. 
Stanton, R. P.* 
Starr, E. C. 
Stearns, C. C* 
Steele, C. E .* 
Stevens, C. H. 



,West Hartland 

Higganum 

feomers 

Bristol 

Hartford 

Torrington 

Round Hill 

New Haven 

Marlborough 

Plantsville 

Bridgeport 

Ridgebury 

Hartford 

New Britain 

Putnam 

Stamford 

North Madison 

Avon 

Ansonia 

South Norwalk 

Thomaston 

South Manchester 

Lyme 

South Manchester 

Bethel 

South Britain 

Plymouth 

Portland 

New Haven 

Guilford 

Thomaston 

Staffordville 

Naugatuck 

West Haven 

Norwich 

Cornwall 

Hartford 

New Britain 

Canton Center 



Stevens, G. B.* 
Stewart, W. R. 
Stimson, C. F. 
Stone, E. G. 
Stowe, C. E. 
Strong, D. A.* 
Swenson, 0. 
S winner ton, W. T. 
Teel, W. H.* 
Thomson, R. J. 
Tomlinson, J. L.* 
Trowbridge, J. P. 
Twichell, J. H. 
Twitchell, J. E. 
Upson, H.* 
Utter wick, H. 
Vaill, H. M * 
Viets, F. H. 
Voorhees, J. S. 
Waite, F. R. 
Walker, G. L.* 
Warner, L.* 
Waters, F. P. 
Waters, G. F. 
Weadel, F. C. H. 
Wheeler, R. F. 
Whitcomb, C. B.* 
White, W. F. 
Whittlesey, N. H.* 
Widen, J. E. 
Wilcox, A. H.* 
Williams, H. D. 
Winslow, H.* 
Woodruff, H. C. 
Womer, P. P. 
Wright, B. M. 
Wright, R. 
Wyckoff, J, L. R. 



So. 



New Haven 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeport 

Westchester 

Simsbury 

Manchester 

Bristol 

North Stamford 

Hartford 

Green's Farms 

Simsbury 

Eastford 

Hartford 

New Haven 

New Preston 

East Canaan 

Staffordville 

North Woodstock 

West Winsted 

TalcottviHe 

Hartford 

Salisbury 

Waterbury 

Glastonbury 

East Granby 

Hartford 

New Haven 

Trumbull 

New Haven 

Collinsville 

Norwich Town 

Hartford 

Weatogue 

Black Rock 

Somerville 

Kent 

Windsor Locks 

Woodbury 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Conferences. — The churches on the east side of the Connecticut River 
belong to the New England Southern Conference. The churches on the west 
side of the river nearly all belong to the New York East Conference, 
and are embraced in the New Haven and New York Districts. A few 
churches in the northwest corner of the State are attached to the Poughkeep- 
sie district of the New York Conference. The Conferences usually meet in 
April of each year, and appointments are made annually. 

Presiding Elders of Districts. — New Haven, Rev. Crandall J. North, 
361 George street, New Haven, Conn. ; New York, Rev. JohnW. Beach, D.D., 
Middletown, Conn.; Norwich, Rev. E. Tirrell, Norwich, Conn.; Pough- 
keepsie, Rev. R. H. Travis, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



415 



Abbott, A. V. R * 
Abbott, B. T. 
Abbott, L. W * 
Ackley, J. B. 
Adams, B. M. 
Adams, D. W. 
Adams, H. D. 
Adams, J. Q. 
Albro, Addis 
Allen, Geo. W.* 
Anthony, Edward M.* 
Ayers, Edward J. 
Baker, Frederick C. 
Baker, J. H. 
Bartholomew, J. I. 
Barto, C. E. 
Barton. W. H. 
Bates, G. H. 
Beach, John W. 
Beach, Robert?. 
Bell, J. S. 
Bennett, Geo. 
Bennett, Geo., Jr. 
Benton, Josiah T.* 
Betts, Jacob 
Blatz, H.Jr. 
Boswell, G. C. 
Bower, A. V. 
Braley, Martin T. 
Bray, Edward L. 
Brien, John 
Bromley, C. B. 
Brown, H. N. 
Brown, William* 
Burch, T. H. 
Burgwin, G. W. 
Cady, Wm. 0.* 
Carpenter, E. C. 
Carr, W. M. 
Carroll, James M. 
Carter, George W. 
Chase, Seth B.* 
Cheney, N. G. 
Clark, A. A * 
Cleaveland, W. M. 
Coburn, Geo. L.* 
Codding, L. B. 
Cooper, Joseph 
Cooper, E. T. 
Crabbe, G. W. 
Creed, E. K. 
Crofut, James H. 
Cromlish, John * 
Cross, S. V. B. 
Curtice, S. 0. 



CLERGY AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 

[Those designated by a * are without pastoral charge.] 

West Haven Denman, T. C. Voluntown 

Westport Dent, E. A. Windsor Locks 

Ridgefield Dikeman, C. S. Stamford 

1 olland Dixon, C. West Goshen 

Greenwich Dodge, J. 0. Norwich Town 

Wapping Dorey, S. G. Sterling 

Staffordville Douglass, T. W. West Thompson 

Gales Ferry Downey, D. G. Stamford 

Bridgeport Duinkerke, John F. Kensington 

Unionville Dusinberre, G. B. Highwood 

Jewett City Dutcher, E. H. So. Meriden 

Uncasville Dyson, R. D. Niantic 

Moosup Edwards, Nelson West Haven 

East Thompson Ela, Walter Danielson 

Stafford Springs Eldridge, G. S. Waterbury 

Seymour Ferris, Daniel 0. Bridgeport 

Derby Ferry, E. S. West Winsted 

Norwich Foley, Edmund R. West Winsted 

Middletown Ford, C. B. New Haven 

Long Ridge Foster, W. S. East Hampton 

Colchester Foust, John J. Thomaston 

Copper Hill Gilbert, Thos. E. Saugatuck 

Colebrook River Gilbert, Wm. T. New Milford 

Niantic Glover, Henry L. Durham 

East Glastonbury Goodier, E. W. Portland 

Meriden Graves, Geo. A. * New Britain 

Litchfield Greene, W. E. Wethersfield 

New Canaan Griffin, D. N. New Haven 

Jewett City Gurney, S. Long Hill 

Southington Haddock, F. C. Middletown 

Woodbury Hannan, F. W. Meriden 

Lyme Hastings, G. H. No. Grosvenor Dale 

Norwich Haugh, J. S. Cheshire 

Bridgeport Hill, Morris* New Haven 

Ridgefield Hill, W. T. Forestville 

W. Rocky Hill Hoag, E. C. Simsbury 

Portland Hoar, Henry Great Hill 

Clinton Holmes, Levi W. Cannon 

New Haven Hood, W. L. Putnam 

Darien House, D. C. South Glastonbury 

Hartford IUman, R. I. B. West Granby 

Rocky Hill Irons, Joseph Hartford 

New Haven James, J. H.* Rockville 

North Canton Kastendieck, H. F. New Canaan 

Bloomfield Kavanagh, A. S. So. Norwalk 

Meriden Keep, J. H. Gaylord&ville 

Mystic Kidd, W. H. Mdford 

Old Mystic Kidder, A. A. Mystic 

Norwalk Kidder, Benjamin F. Shelton 

Gardiner's Lake Knell, A. P. Bridgeport 

Southington Knesal, C. A. Bethel 

Westbrook Knott, J. H. Copper Hill 

Hartford Laine, Thos. N. Nichols 

Quarry ville Lamson, G. H.* East Hampton 

Bridgeport Latham, Henry D.* Madison 



416 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



Lepley, M. 0. 
Logren, Francis 0. 
Macmillan, J. A. 
Martin, H. H. 
Masden, C. P. 
Massey, L. H. 
McAllister, Alexander 
McBride, Hamilton C. 
McNichol, W. 
McVay, John 
Mead, Alexander H.* 
Meredith, B. F. 
Merwin, J. B. 
Moody, Francis M. 
Morse, George A. 
Munson, Joseph O. 
Nash, David * 
Newell, Wilbur C. 
North, Crandall J. 
Osborn, David* 
Pearce, John 
Peck, W. W. 
Perry, Levi P.* 
Phelps, Benjamin C* 
Phreaner, E. P. 
Pilsbury, B. C. 
Pitner, John L. 
Povey, Richard 
Prince, Morris W. 
Prince, W. F. 
Pullman, Joseph 
Putney, R. S. 
Range, 0. J 



Windsor 

Bridgeport 

Seymour 

So. Coventry 

New Haven 

Norwich Town 

No. Wilton 

No. Wilton 

Westville 

Burnside 

Meriden 

Naugatuck 

Stepney 

West Suffield 

Danielson 

So. Britain 

Norwalk 

Moodus 

New Haven 

Stepney 

Warehouse Pt. 

Turnerville 

Yalesville 

Vernon Depot 

Manchester 

Redding 

Norwich 

New London 

New Haven 

Pleasant Valley 

Bridgeport 

Mianus 

Guilford 



Raymond, B. P. (Pres't) Middletown 
Ravnor. B. F. Gurleyville 

Rice, Wm. N. (Prof.)* Middletown 



Richard, Wm. A. 
Richardson, J. Jr. 
Rippere, John 
Robbins, L. A. 
Ruoff, 0. W. 
Sage, Wm. A. 
Sands, Smith A. 
Sanford, Isaac* 



Hartford 

East Woodstock 

Torrington 

Falls Village 

Windsorville 

Park vi lie 

Bridgeport 

Middlefield 



Scofield, Frank A. 
Scott, 0. W. 
Seeholzer. B. 
Shackletdn, F. J. 
Sheffield, J. F.* 
Sheldon, W. F. 
Sherman, John H.* 
Simmons, I. 
Slater, J. H. 
Smith, Arthur J. 
Smith, S. 
Snow, H. P. 
Spear, F. H. 
Spencer, G. C. 
Stanley, Edwin S.* 
Stiles, S. M* 
Taylor, G. L. 
Taylor, James 
Taylor, W. A. 
Terry, 0. G. 
Thorpe, E. L. 
Toles, S. W. 
Tower, Freeman P. 
Townsend, F. S. 
Tregaskis, J. 
Trinkhaus, H. D. 
Turkington, W.* 
Vinton, P. M. 
Wadsworth, J. S. 
Wagner, J. P. 
Ward, W. T. 
Warden, W. M. 
Warriner, E. 
Westervelt, F. R. 



New Haven 

Willimantic 

Canaan 

Stratford 

Danielson 

Rocky Hill 

Manchester 

Danbury 

Rowayton 

East Norwalk 

Woodville 

Willington 

Killingly 

New Milford 

So. Manchester 

Hartford 

Georgetown 

Sandy Hook 

Oneco 

Mashapaug 

Hartford 

Watertown 

• East Berlin 

• Waterbury 
Thompsonville 

Cromwell 

Mystic 

Hazardville 

So. Manchester 

Higganum 

Norwich 

Middlefield 

Plattsville 

Round Hill 



White, Moses C. (Prof.)* New Haven 



White, W. J. 
Willey, Alvin C. 
Wilder, N. P. 
Wing, H. E. 
Wood, J. A 
Wyatt, Albert H. 
Yates, Walter J. 
Young, E. K. 
Zeiter, J. E. 



Waterbury 

Yalesville 

Waterville 

Ansonia 

Hockanum 

Norwalk 

Rockville 

New Britain 

East Village 



AFRICAN Vfl. S. CHURCH. 

Grandy, J. A. Plainville Stephens, Joseph H. 

Sands, I. S. Norwalk Young, E. K., D.D. 



Norwalk 
New Britain 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



41 



AFRICAN HI. E. ZIOJV CHURCH. 

First Episcopal District— Presiding Bishop, J. VV. Hood, D.D., LL..D, 
Fayetteville, N. C. New England Conference — Presiding Elder, Rev 
S. C. Birchmore, Providence, R. I. 
Bell, G. H. S. Waterbury Moore, Win. M. 

Bowens, W. B. Derby Ringgold, C. C. 

Dixson, S. F. New Haven Taylor, L. H. 

Hopkins, W. P. Norwich Wainwright, S. W. 

Hutchings, S. W. Meriden Waters, J. F. 

Jones, W. H. Middletown 



Enfield 

Willimantic 

Hartford 

Windsor 

Bridgeport 



PRESBYTERIAN. 

Presbytery of West Chester. — Meets the 3d Tuesday of April and 
1st Tuesday of October. 
Synod of New York. — Meets on the 3d Tuesday of October. 
General Assembly. — Meets on the 3d Thursday in May. 



CLERGY AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 
[Those designated by a * are without pastoral charge.] 



Armstrong, Andrew C. Jr.* Middlet'n 
Breckenridge, William W. Hartford 
Brown, Frederick, A.M. New Haven 
Brown, John H* New Haven 

Bryant, James P.* New Haven 

Davenport, H. A, Bridgeport 

Davidson, Wm. W.* New Haven 

Dowd, Willis W. Rock Fall 

Griggs, C. E.* Chaplin 

Hammond, Ed. Payson* Hartford 
Hetrick, Andrew J. Canterbury 

Hoyt, J. H. New Canaan 



Jenkins, W. G.* 
Kendall, John L.* 
Mitchell, Edwin K.* 
Morse, Andrew B.* 
Nourse, Edward E.* 
Patton, Mathew * 
Requa, Arthur 
Upson, Charles E.* 
Vail, Richard P. H. 
Wallace, Arian V. S. 
Wills, John T. 
Wyckoff, Joseph C* 



Hartford 

New Haven 

Hartford 

New Haven 

Hartford 

South Beach 

Noroton 

Milford 

Stamford 

Thompsonville 

Greenwich 

New Haven 



PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. 

Diocese of Connecticut. 

Annual Convention, 2d Tuesday in June, place to be appointed by Bishop. 

Rt. Rev. JOHN WILLIAMS, D.D., LL.D., Middletown, Bishop. 

Standing Committee. — Rev. Dr. Tatlock, Rev. Dr. Hart, Rev. S. 0. Sey- 
mour, Rev. E. S. Lines, Rev. H. M. Sherman. Secretary of Convention, 
Rev. F. W. Harriman, Windsor. Treasurer, F. J. Kingsbury, Waterbury. 
Registrar, Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., Hartford. 

Missionary Society of the Diocese.-^ Directors: Rt. Rev. John Wil- 
liams, Rev. Drs. Tatlock, Andrews, Binney, Rev. Messrs. Harriman, George, 
Jarvis, Messrs. Benjamin Stark, Charles E. Jackson, Charles H. Lawrence, 
Harry H. Heminway, Edward E. Bradley, E. Livingston Wells. Secretary 
and Treasurer, Burton Mansfield, New Haven. 

Church Scholarship Society. — Board of Education, Rt. Rev. John 
Williams, President; Rev. Cornelius G. Bristol, Sec. and Treas., Hartford. 

Bishop's Fund — Trustees: Rev. Francis Goodwin, Prest. ; Benjamin R. 
English, Sec; Jacob L. Greene, Treas., Hartford. 

Trustees of Donations and Bequests — Rt. Rev. John Williams, Pres.; 
Elijah C. Johnson, Treas., Hartford. 

Aged and Infirm Clergy, and Widows' Fund. — Trustees, Rt. Rev. 
John Williams, Pres.; Rev. E. S. Lines, Sec; Benjamin R. English, Treas., 
New Haven. 

Parishes, 150. Missions and Chapels, 35. Clergy, 214 (partly non-resident) . 
27 



418 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



CLERGY AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 

[Those designated by a * are without pastoral charge.] 
Acheson, E. Campion Middletown Gammack, Jas., LL.D. W. Hartford 



Adam, Samuel F.* 
Alcott, Geo. A. ♦ 
Andrews.Wm. G., D.D. 
Angell, E. A. 
Ashley, A. Sprague 
Bailey, F. W.* 
Barbour, J. H. (Prof.)* 
Barhydt, G. W. 
Barnes, Percy 
Barnett, F. W. 
Beardslev, W. A. 
Beck with, I. T.(Prof.)* 



Canaan Gardiner, Frederic 

Danielson Garfield, N. L.* 

Guilford George, J. H. 

Bridgeport German, F. F. 

Meriden Gesner, R. H. 

New Haven Gill, John W. 

Middletown Goldsborough, A. 

Westport Goodwin, Francis* . 

Yantic Griggs, Eugene 

Canaan Grint, A. P., Ph.D. 

New Haven Griswold, G. C. 

Hartford Guilbert, E., D.D. 

Biddle, J. A. So. Manchester Hall. Byron J., D.D.* 

Bingham, J. F., D.D.* Hartford Hallock, Olin* 

Binney, John, D.D. (Prof.)* Middlet'n Hamilton, A 



Pomfret 

New Haven 

Salisbury 

Middletown 

West Haven 

Bridgeport 

Monroe 

Hartford 

Mystic 

New London 

Sharon 

Southport 

Danbury 

South Norwalk 

Lyon's Plain 

Woodbury 

Windsor 

Windsor 



Bridgeport Hargrave, J. T. 

Huntington Harriman, F. D.* 

Long Hill Harriman, F. W. 

Hartford Hart, Samuel, D.D. (Prof.)* Hartford 

Stamford Harwood, Edwin, D.D.* New Haven 

Hartford Heald, Jesse E. Tariffville 

Stafford Springs Hooker, Wm. E. Wilton 

Branford Hooper, Joseph Durham 

Poquetanuck Horton, Sanford J., D.D.* Cheshire 

Derby Humphrey, W. D. Roxbury 

Waterbury Huntington, J. T. Hartford 

So. Glastonbury Huske, Kirkland Collinsville 

Hartford Hutchinson, Wm. H. Milford 

Stamford Jarvis, S. F. Brooklyn 

Bridgeport Johnson, W. A. (Prof.)* Middletown 

Hartford Jones, W. Strother, D.D. Fairfield 

Redding 

Seymour 

Killingworth 

Bridgeport 

Wethersfield 

New Haven 

Newtown 

Torringtin 

Rockville Lusk, Wm., Jr. North Haven 

New Haven Luther, F. S. (Prof.)* Hartford 

Fair Haven Macbeth, Henry New Haven 

New Milford Mackenzie, Kenneth, Jr. Westport 

Naugatuck MacNaught, G. K. Meriden 



Booth, Louis N. 

Bowles, Ralph H. 

Boylston, Clias. W 

Bradin, James W. 

Brathwaite, F. W. 

Bristol, C. G. 

Brown, E. R.* 

Brown, Geo. I. 

Buck, Geo. 

Buck, Geo. H. 

Buckley, F. D. 

Cameron, J. P. 

Cavell, Walter T. 

Challen, T. W. 

Chapman, A. P.* 

Clark, Geo. H., D.D* 

Clarke, Syl'r, D.D. (Prof. )*Middletown Kelley, C. W.* 

Coley, E. H. Stamford Kimber, R. B. 

Coley, James E. Westport Knowles, W. C. 

Cone, H. D. Bridgeport Lewis, W. H. 

Cook, Jerry K. East Haven Lilienthal, H. 

Cornwall, N. E. Stratford Lines, E. S. 

Cunningham, Herbert N. Watertown Linsley, Geo. T 

Dean, W. H. NorthGuilford Linsley, J. C. 

Derby, Samuel W. 

Douglas, G. W., D.D 

Doupe\ Chas. H. 

Draper, F. B. 

Ellsworth, J. W. 

Ellsworth, W. W. Unionville Magill, W. I. Port Chester, N. Y. 

Ely, Foster, D.D. Ridgefield Martin, Theo. D., Jr., Thompsonville 

Everest, H. L.* New Milford Mathison, E. T. Marbledale 

Ewing, J. D. Middle Haddam McCook, J. J. Hartford 

Faucon, James P. Hartford McCrea, Henry New Haven 

Fenn, P. T., D.D. Essex McDougal), H. Kent 

Ferguson, H. (Prof.)* Hartford Means, Stewart New Haven 

Fitzgerald, J. H. Bristol Merrill, E. T * Middletown 

French, Louis Darien Miel, E. deF. Hartford 

Gammack, A. J. Stamford Miller, A. D.* New Haver 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



419 



Mitchell, Henry 
Mitchell, Herbert L, 
Morgan, G. B. 
Morrall, Wm. 
Morris, L. F. 
Morrison, W. H. 
Neide, R. H. 
Nelson, R. H. 
Nichols, J. F .* 
Norris, F. W. 
Pardee, J. D. S. 
Parker, R. R. 
Parsons, A. T. 
Peck, William L.* 
Peck, Theodore M. 
Pelly, F. W. 
Phillips, George W. 
Pinnev, H. A.* 
Plumb, J. F. 
Pond, S. B. 
Potter, Collis I.* 
Prescott, 0. S. 
Pynchon,T. R., D.D. 
Raftery, Oliver H. 
Randall, A. T. 
Randall, H. C.* 
Roberts, W. H. 
Robinson, J. B.* 
Rowland, E., D.D. 
Rumney, Geo.* 
Russell, Francis T., 
Saltonstall, L. W. 
Sanford, E. L. 
Sanford, F. R. 
Schmitt, E. B. 
Scott, James L.* 
Scoville, C. 0. 



Plainville 

* Portland 

New Haven 

Bethel 

Oxford 

Stafford Springs 

New Canaan 

Norwich 

Bristol 

South Norwalk 

Saybrook 

East Berlin 

Thomaston 

New London 

Putnam 

Norwich 

New Haven 

Suffield 

New Milford 

Norwalk 

Stratford 

New Haven 

(Prof.)* Hartford 

Portland 

Meriden 

Middletown 

North ford 

Tracy 

Waterbury 

Naugatuck 

D.D.* Waterburv 

Hartford 

Willimantic 

Riverside 

Stonington 

Wallingford 

New Haven 



Selleck, Charles M * 
Sexton, J. F. 
Seymour, S. 0. 
Shepard, P. L. 
Sherman, H. M. 
Shey, L. W. 
Skene, J. D. 
Smith, Geo. H. 



Norwalk 

Cheshire 

Litchfield 

Clinton 

Bridgeport 

East Haddam 

Danbury 

Plymouth 



Smith, G.W.,D.D. (Pres.)* Hartford 



Smith, H. M. 
Stanley, G. M. 



Pine Meadow 
Winsted 



Starr, Jared Newington Junction 
Stoddard, James (Prin.)* Cheshire 
Stone, Hiram Bantam 

Sumner, Wm. G. (Prof.)* New Haven 



Swan, W. A, 
Tarrant, Henry 
Tatlock, Wm., D.D. 
Thompson, M. G. 
Townsend, John 
Tragitt, H. N. 
Tragitt, J. 
Warner, G. R. 
Watkins, S. H. 
Wavne, Henrv N. 
Welles, Edwin S.* 
Welton, X. A. 
Whipple, R. B. 
Whitcome, E. L. 
Whitlock, H. R.* 
Whittlesey, Elisha* 
Wildman, J. E. 
Williams, John 
Woodcock, C. E. 
Wright, A. H. 
Wright, Otis 0. 
Yarrington, B. M.* 



Redding 

Lime Rock 

Stamford 

Greenwich 

Middletown 

Waterville 

Bethany 

Hartford 

Norwalk 

New Britain 

Newington 

Groton 

Stepney Depot 

Brookfield 

Rockville 

Canaan 

Wallingford 

Windsor Locks 

Ansonia 

Warehouse Point 

Sandy Hook 

Greenwich 



ROMAN CATEOIilC. 



Diocese of Hartford embraces Connecticut. 

Rt. Rev. MICHAEL TIERNEY, Bishop, Hartford. 

Very Rev. Jno. A. Mulcahy, Vicar-General, Hartford. 

Rev. James P. Donovan, D.D., Chancellor and Secretary. Residence, 
140 FarmingtOD Avenue, Hartford. 

Board of Consultors. — Very Rev. J. A. Mulcahv, V. G. ; Rev. Wm. A. 
Harty, New Britain; Rev. Fl. DeBruycker, Willimantic; Rev. T. W. Broder- 
ick, Hartford; Very Rev. Fr. Leo, 0. S. F., Winsted; Rev. P. Mulholland, 
Fair Haven. 

Board of Examiners of Clergy. — Very Rev. J. A. Mulcahy, V.G. ; 
Rev. Fl. DeBruycker, Willimantic; Rev. W. A. Harty, New Britain; Rev. 
T. W. Broderick, Hartford; Rev. John Synnott, Baltic. 

CLERGY AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 

Alussi, 0. New Haven Bannon, Timothy Lakeville 

Ariens, Theodore J. Bridgeport Battaglia, E. New Haven 

Bailv, D. H. New Britain Berto, B. Bridgeport 

Barry, M. W. Wallingford Blake, William Bridgeport 



420 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



Bojnowski, L. New Britain 

Bourret, John E. Waterbury 
Bray, Bernard West Thompson 

Briscoe, A. Westerly, R. I. 

Broderick, Edward J. Hartford 

Broderick, John W. Meriden 

Broderick, Thos. W. Hartford 

Browne, Dominic Mt. St. Mary's, 
Emmetsburg 

Byrne, P. Thomaston 

Carroll, J. H. Westport 

Carroll, R. J. Bridgeport 

Cartier, Edward New Haven 

Chapdelaine, H. Grosvenor Dale 

Clark, E. Rockville 

Coleman, Thos. J. Fairfield 

Cooney, John Colchtster 

Cooney, Thos. Grosvenor Dale 

Corcoran, John F. New Haven 

Coyle, John D. New Haven 

Cray, Michael Tariffville 

Creedon, John A. Moosup 

Cremin, Denis J, Bridgeport 

Crowley, Timothy M. New Milford 

Cronin, T. Wallingford 

Cunningham, J. Windsor Locks 

Curtin, J. West Haven 

Curtin, J. J. Waterburv 

Dahme, H. Westerly, R. 1. 

Daly, Michael J. Thomaston 

Daly, P. East Hartford 

Degnan, James P. Guilford 

Dolan, T. W. Greenwich 

Donahue, Michael Hartford 

Doolan, W. J. Southington 

DeBruycker, F. Willimantic 

Donovan, J. P. Hartford 

Dougherty, J. B. Norwalk 

Downey, J. J. Hartford 

Duggan,Jer. Norwalk 

Duggan, P. Torrington 

Duggan, T. S. Hartford 

Dullard, William J. Mt. Carmel 

Dunn, Ter. J. Willimantic 

Dunne, Thos. Broad Brook 

Dunnigan, P. Hartford 

Eagan, J. Waterbury 

Early, Robt. New Haven 

Finn, T. J. Derby 

Fitzgerald, J. Ansonia 

Fitzgerald, J. New Britain 

Fitzgerald, Robt. Norwich 

Fitzmaurice, J. H. Dayville 

Finnigan, Patrick H. Litchfield 

Fitzsimons, Luke New Hartford 

Flannery, Edward A. Hartford 

Fleming, John Poquonock 
Fleming, Jno. C. University, Wash 



Fox, John P. 
Fox, P. 

Formanek, Joseph 
Fowler, J. D. 
Furlong, John J. 



Hartford 

Newtown 

E. Bridgeport 

N. Haven 

Rockville 



Gibbons, William H. Cromwell 
Gleason, J. J. East Hartford 

Gleason, Joseph M. Waterbury 

Gragan, R. Manchester 

Grenier, Fr. Hartford 

Guinet, John Hartford 

Hanavan, Terence Hartford 
Haggerty, D. South Manchester 

Harty, Andrew F. New Haven 

Harty, W. A. New Britain 

Havey, F. Hartford 

Hurley, D. Bridgeport 

Joynt, T. P. New London 

Keating, P. Norfolk 

Kelly, Thos. F. Ansonia 

Keena, T. Stamford 

Keelty, J. T. N. Haven 

Kennedy, John D. Danbury 

Kennedy, P. M. Norwich 

Kennedy, P. Waterbury 

Kost, Ignatius Meriden 

Lally, F. J. Hartford 

Lawless, James Waterbury 

Lawler, Daniel New Haven 
Lawier, D. H. Stafford Springs 

Leddv, Charles Bridgeport 

Lee, John Bridgeport 

Lee, John J. Meriden 

Leo, Fr. Winsted 

Lilly, H. F. New Haven 

Loftus, Jno. Hartford 

Lynch, Henry J. Danbury 

Lynch, J. C. Stamford 

Lynch, J. T. Hartford 

Lynch, Michael J. Lakeville 

Lynch, William Waterbury 

Maher, William Milford 

Mallon, Hugh Wallingford 

Maloney, T. J. Hazardville 

Martin, Edward Branford 

Martin, Farrell Waterbury 
May, M. H. South Coventry 

McAlenny, Paul F. Meriden 

McCann, C. Plainville 

McElroy, Chas. J. Derby 

McGivenny, P. J. Middletown 

McGowan, Chas. Fair Haven 

McGinness, J. L. Waterbury 

McGurk, William Hartford 

McKeon, M. New Haven 

McMahon, J. T. ' Norwalk 

Moussier, C. Haitford 

Moore, Richard F. Meriden 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



421 



Morrell, Chas. 
Mulcahv, John A. 
Mulholland, Patrick 
Murphy, Fred. 
Murphy, John F. 
Murray, F. 
Murray, Thomas 
Neale, John P. 
Nihill, James 
O'Brien, James C. 
O'Brien, T. M. 
O'Connell, Eugene 
O'Connell, P. 
O'Connor, Daniel 
0' Conner, M. 
O'Donnell, J. H. 
O'Keefe, Arthur 
O'Keefe, F. P. 
O'Learv, T. 
0' Sullivan, M. 
Pajot, P. 
Papillon, P. 
Preston, Thos. J. 
Quinn, John J. 
Redding, Wm. H. 
Reilly, Fr. 
Eigney, M. F. 
Rodde'n, M. B. 
Rogers, John F. 
Rogers, William H. 
Roux, P. 
Roy, Paul E. 
Russell, John 
Ryle, J. P. 
Schaele, Joseph A. 



New London 

Hartford 

Fair Haven 

Meriden 

Mystic 

Norwich 

Portland 

Norwich 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeport 

Noroton 

New London 

Bethel 

Fair Haven 

New Haven 

Watertown 

Wauregan 

Jewett Citv 

Bristol 

New Haven 

Hartford 

Waterbury 

Thompsonville 

Collinsville 

Unionville 

Hartford i 

Sevmour 

Bristol 

E. Bridgeport 

Stamford 

Hartford 

Hartford 

New Haven 

Montville 

New Haven 



Schneider, Nicholas New Britain 

Senesac, J. E. Taftville 

Shahan, P. P. Norwich 

Shahan, Thos. J. Washington, D. C. 



Shanley, T. H. 
Shanley, Walter J. 
Sheeha'n, M. J. 
Shedv, F. Thomas 
Sheriden, B. O'R. 
Sheriden, J. O'R. 
Shorten, R. J. 
Skelly, Peter 
Slattery, Fra 
Slocum, W. J. 
Smith, J. J. 
Smith, Thomas 
Smith, Terence 
Socquet, C. 
Sovilla, V. 
Sullivan, Eug. 
Sweeney, T. R. 
Synnott, John 
Synnott, John 
Synnott, Joseph 
Trainor, Hugh 
Trainor, M. 
Van den Noort, J. 
Van Oppen, Alphonse 
W T alsh, James 
Walsh, John 
Walsh, H. T. 
Welch, J. 
Winters, John T 
Zaboglio, F. 



Fair Haven 

Hartford 

East Bridgeport 

Kensington 

Middletown 

Windsor Locks 

Ridgefield 

Chester 

Winsted 

Waterbury 

Hartford 

Greenwich 

Newtown 

Danielson 

Meriden 

Hartford 

Portland 

Baltic 

Taftville 

Ansonia 

Waterbury 

Danbury 

Putnam 

Meriden 

Southington 

Cornwall Bridge 

Plainville 

Middletown 

South Nor walk 

New Haven 



SWEDISH LUTHERAN. 
CLERGY AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 



Ahlquist, L. P. 
Anderson, Wm. P. 
Brandehe, J. N. 
Broberg, K. K. 
Danielson, J. D. 
Danielson, J. G. 
Enstam, A. J. 
Fair, P. A. 



Portland Forsberg. Goran E. N. GrosvenorDale 

So. Manchester Franzen, S. C. Hartford 

Middletown Lincoln, Julius Meriden 

Branford Lundquist, A. F. Bristol 

Waterbury Martin, K. A. Bridgeport 

Norwich Ohman, S. G. New Britain 

New Haven Scott, A. L. Naugatuck 

Washington 



422 



ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 



UNITARIAN. 

Connecticut Valley Conference. — Formed in 1867 and includes the 
churches in western Massachusetts and Connecticut. President, Geo. A. 
Denison, Springfield; Vice-Presidents, Rev. George F. Piper, Northfield; 
Rev. Bradley Gilman, Springfield; Rev. Frederic A. Hinckley, Florence; 
Secretary and Treasurer, Rev. Alfred Free, Turners Falls. 

Superintendent of the churches in New England for the American Unita- 
rian Association, Rev. D. M. Wilson, 25 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 



CLERGY AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 
Free, S. R. Willimantic Utley, W. L. 

Locke, J. E. Brooklyn Waite, Joseph 

Pressey, E. P. Derby 



Darien 
Hartford 



UNIVERSALIS?*. 

State Convention — Organized 1832; meets the third Wednesday in 
September. President, Rev. W. S. Perkins, D.D., Meriden. Vice-Pres- 
ident, C. G. Lincoln, Hartford. Secretary, Rev. E. M. Grant, Stamford. 
Treasurer, M. M. Whittemore, Norwich. Trustees, E. C. Pinney, 
Stafford; Joseph T. Bates, Danbury, N- D. Granniss, Waterbury. Commit- 
tee of Fellowship, Rev. J. N. Emery, Bridgeport, Rev. James Vincent, 
Danbury, T. F. Lamb, New Haven. Fund, $46,400. 

CLERGY AND POST OFFICE ADDRESSES. 

[Those designated by a * are without pastoral charge.] 



Chaffee, Edwin J. 
Closson, H.* 
Cole, G. A * 
Crosley, M. 
Dickerman, W. F. 
Davis, S. A* 
Dodge, J. Smith, D.D.* 
Druley, T. C. 
Emery, J. N. 



Middletown Evans, F. W. Thompsonville 

Norwich Grant, E. M. Stamford 

Bridgeport Hogan, W. J. H. Granby 

Norwich Houghton, F. M. Putnam 

New Haven Perkins, F. W. Hartford 

Hartford Perkins, W. S., D.D. Meriden 

Stamford Seitz, J. A.* Greenwich 

Stafford Stickney, W. A.* Cromwell 

Bridgeport Vincent, J. Danbury 



MEDICAL. 423 



MEDICAL. 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
Annual Meeting, 4th Wednesday of May. 

President, Seth Hill, Stepney. 

Vice-Pres., Eienzi Robinson, Danielson. 

Secretary, N. E. Wordin, Bridgeport. 

Treasurer, W. W. Knight, Hartford. 

To Nominate Physicians to the Retreat for the Insane, James 
C. Campbell, G. L. Porter, 0. J. D. Hughes, F. L. Dickinson, A. W. Nelson. 

Dissertator to the next Convention, Samuel B. Childs, Hartford; Al- 
ternate, Arthur N. Ailing, New Haven. 

THE MEDICAL EXAMINING COMMITTEES UNDER THE MEDICAL 
PRACTICE ACT. 

Nominated by the Connecticut Medical Society, Horace S. Fuller, 
Hartford; Max Mailhouse, New Haven; Leonard B. Almy, Norwich; J.Fran- 
cis Calef, Middletown; John W. Wright, Bridgeport. 

Nominated by the Connecticut Homceopathic Medical Society, E. 
B. Hooker, Hartford; C. B. Adams, New Haven; C. S. Hoag, Bridgeport; E. 
H. Linnell, Norwich; Emily Pardee, South Norwalk. 

Nominated by the Connecticut Eclectic Medical Association, 
Leonard Bailey, Middletown; H. H. Converse, Eastford ; George A. Faber, 
Waterbury; J. D. S. Smith, Bridgeport; Thomas S. Hodge, Torrington. 

Officers of County Medical Societies. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

President, Irving W. Lyon, Hartford ; Clerk, Geo. K. Welch, Hartford. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

President, Gustavus Eliot, New Haven; Vice-President, Charles S. 
Rodman, Waterbury; Clerk, Joseph H. Townsend, New Haven. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

President, Myron W. Robinson, Colchester; Clerk, Charles B. Graves, 
New London. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

President, F. B. Baker, East Norwalk; Vice-President, J. W. Wright, 
Bridgeport; Clerk, L. T. Day, Westport; Reporter, C. R. Hexamer, 
Stamford. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

President, F. A. Morrell, Putnam ; Vice-President, Frank E. Guild, 
Windham; Clerk, W. H. Judson, Danielson. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

President, Elias Pratt, Torrington ; Vice-President, Wm. L. Piatt, 
Torrington; Clerk, J. C. Kendall, Norfolk. 



424 MEDICAL. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

President, John E. Bailey, Middletown; Clerk, Frank K. Hallock 
Cromwell. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

President, Frederick Gilnack, Rockville; Vice-President. Edwin T. 
Davis, Ellington; Clerk and Treasurer, Willard N. Simmons, Tolland. 



CONNECTICUT HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
Annual Meeting, 3d Tuesday of May. 

President, Edwin C. M. Hall, New Haven. 

Vice-Pres., A. W. Phillips, Birmingham. 

Sec. and Treas., Walter Sands Mills, Stamford. 

Librarian, Grove H. Wilson, Meriden. 

Censors, J. H. Allen, Norwich; Arthur H. Baldwin, Norwalk; Amos J. 
Givens, Stamford ; Adelaide Lambert, New Haven ; Clarence N. Payne, 
Bridgeport. 



CONNECTICUT ECLECTIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 
Annual Meeting, 2d Tuesday of May. 

President, James T. Tonks, Waterbury. 
Vice-Pres., E. H. Marsh, Mansfield Center. 
Treasurer, Leroy A. Smith, Higganum. 
Secretary, Elizabeth G. Smith, Bridgeport. 

Censors, G. A. Faber, Waterbury; Leonard Bailey, Middletown; J. D. S. 
Smith, Bridgeport; H. H. Converse, Eastford; Thomas S. Hodge, Torrington. 



PHYSICIANS. 

The following is a list of the phvsicians resident in this state and registered. 

The list has been made as complete and full as possible by corresponding 
directly with some prominent physician in almost every town in the state. 

The attempt to classify the practitioners according to their professed modes 
of practice has not been as satisfactory as could be wished, for want of 
reliable information. 

The members of the Connecticut Medical Society and others of that school, 
are denominated simply Physicians. 

Practitioners who profess to pursue a special system of practice are so 
designated, as far as could be ascertained. 

Abbreviations: Phys., for Physicians; Horn., for Homeopathic; Ec, for 
Eclectic; N. D., for Not -defined "and Nondescript. The latter list is large 
and includes many who properly belong in some one of the other classes, but 
who could not be so placed for want of information about them. 

Names marked with a * are members of the Connecticut Medical Society. 
Nflmes marked with t are members of the Connecticut Homeopathic Medical 
Society. List of members of the Connecticut Eclectic Medical Association 
could not be obtained. 

Following the medical practitioners is a list of registered midwives. 



MEDICAL. 



425 



AKDOVER. 

Phys. 

Edwards, Philip H. 

ANSONIA. 

Phys. 
Baker, Scott R. 
Conklin, Wm. H. 
Cooper, Louis E.* 
Doolittle, Marv E. 
Downs, R. Y. " 
Goldstein, Frederic C* 
Norwood, Paul E. 
Parmelee, Edward K. 
Thompson, Harriet A. 
Warren, Edward W. 
Wilmot, L. H. 

Horn. 
Peck, Fred J. 
Pulford, Alfred. 
Pulford, W. H. 
§ashford. — None. 

AVON. 

Phys. 
North, John L. 
Ec. 
Alcott, R. W. E. 

BARKHAMSTED. 

None. 

BEACON FALLS. 

None. 

BERLIN. 

Phys. 

Ensign, Robert E.* 
Gillin, Chas. A * 

BETHANY. 

None. 

BETHEL. 

Phys. 
Barber, Alvin E.* 
Day, James A. 
Hart, Charles R.* 

Ec. 
Dobson, Joseph. 

BETHLEHEM. 

Phys. 
Beckwith,Josiah G. 

BLOOMFIELD. 



Burr, James G.l 

N.D. 
Case, Wm. G. 

BOLTON. 

Phys. 
Sumner, Charles F.* 

BOZRAH. 

Phys. 

Johnson, Nathan 
Johnson, Samuel G. 



BRANFORD. 

Phys. 

Gaylord, C. W * 
Tenny, A. J.* 
Towiisend, Geo. H. 
Varno, A. J.* 
Zink, Walter H.* 

N.D. 
Leete, Isaac P. 

Stony CreeJc. 
Kyte, Albert E- 

BRIDGEPORT. 

Phys. 
Bailev, William E. 
Banks, Charles S * 
Bill, Curtis H.* 
Bishop, Russell T.* 
Blodgett, Henry* 
Bowers, W. C* 
Bunnell, W. H.* 
Cowell, George B.* 
Day, Fessenden L.* 
De Wolfe, Daniel C* 
Downs, F. B.* 
Fitzgerald, Edward* 
Ford, George S.* 
Garlick, S. M.* 
Gilroy, Andrew 
Godfrey, Chas. C* 
Gold, James Douglas 
Graves, F. C * 
Grav, Wm. W. 
Haskell, Chas. N.* 
Heft, George S. 
Holmes. A. A.* 
Hovt, Curtiss C* 
Hubbard, Robert* 
Lauder, Robert* 
Leverty, Robert G. 
Lockhart, R. A. 
Lynch, John C* 
Lyons, Andrew W.* 
Martin, T. F* 
May, Jacob* 
McLellan, Edward A. 
Miles, Harry S.* 
Ober, Geo. E* 
O'Hara, W. J. A. 
Osborn, George W.* 
Porter, Geo. L.* 
Rice. F. A * 
Sheedy, B. DeF.* 
Smith, Andrew J,* 
Smith, Frank L * 
Topping, J. Reed* 
Tukey, Frank M. 
Tuttle, A. L. 
Warriner, Myron A. 



BRIDGEPORT (Cont.). 

White, Benjamin W.*, 
Wilson, F. M.* 
Wood, Eugene H. 
Wordin, N. E .* 
Wright, J. W.* 

Horn. 
Beebe, William B.f | 
Bronson, B. F.+ 
Collard, G. W. A.+ 
Cole, Fred'k Hillsf 
Cole, Harlan P.+ 
Gregory, Edward P. 
Hoag, Alva A.+ 
Hoag, Clitus S.+ 
Ingalls, David W.-f 
Pavne, Clarence N.+J 
Sanford, Charles E.+ 
Smith, Edward S.-f 

Ec. 
Baker, Henry W.] 
Baker, Jane N. 
Benedict, Celestia A. 
Dickinson, H. M. 
Eames, Edwin H. 
Hersey, Seth M. 
King, James W. 
LaPinto, Antonio 
Richter, August 
Smith, Elizabeth G. 
Smith, J. D. S. 

N. D. 
Bragg, J. D. 
Burroughs, G. McL. 
Campbell, James P. 
Cenicola, Angelo 
Cenicola, Henry 
Clemens, Conrad 
Damon, Silas J. 
Daw. Thos. 0. 
DeVer, Hugh J. 
Donnelly, Francis P. 
Duesing, Hermann 
Gruel, Louis T. 
Guilford, Nancy 
Hair, James E. 
Hall, Moses W. 
Hitchcock, Robt. F. 
Irwin, Elizabeth 
Ivers, R. W. 
Kohn, Isador A. 
Mahan, John R. 
Minor, Solomon C 
Morton, N. B. 
Orr, Lizzie J. 
Park, Anna E. 
Siggins, John J. 
Simone, Nicola 



426 



MEDICAL. 



BRIDGEPORT (Cotlt.). 

Smyth, Charles D 
Taylor, John 
Temples, Franklin S. 
Uttzinger, Henry 
Ward, Albert H. 
Wendell, Wm. G. 

BRIDGEWATER. 

Phys. 
Bostwick, Benjamin E. 

BRISTOL. 

Phys. 
Horton, Wm. W * 
Bobbins, Benj. B. 
Wilson, John J * 

Horn. 
Hull, George S.+ 
Thorpe, Walter E. 
Woodward, Edward B. 

Ec. 
Deichman, Fred'k W. 
Marsh, Milton L. 
Richards, Wm. E. 

N. D. 
Osborne, Mrs. H. N. 
Reynolds, William 
Taplin, L. A. 

BROOKFIELD. 

Phys. 
Smith, Junius F* 
Williams, A. L.* 

BROOKLYN. 

Phys. 
Tanner, A. H.* 
Horn. 
Burnett, Wm. W. 
burlington. — None. 

CANAAN. 

Phys. 
Camp, C. W* 
Lee, F. H.* 
Sanford, C. A. 
Skiff, Francis S. 

CANTERBURY. 

Phys. 
Baldwin, Helen 

Ec. 
Smith, John 0. 

CANTON. 

Collin sville. 
Phys. 
Case, Ida R. G* 
Crowley, Wm. H* 
Lewis, Geo. F.* 
Woods, Geo. L.* 

CHAPLIN. 

Phys. 
Witter, Orrin 



CHATHAM. 

Phys. 
Field, Albert* (P. 0. 

Middle Haddam). 
Lawson, Geo. N.* 
Parmelee, E. S. 
Worthington, Albert E.* 

Horn. 
Babcock, Wm. D. (P. 0. 
East Hampton). 

CHESHIRE. 

Phys. 
Chamberlin, Myron N.* 
Cornwall, Edward T.* 

CHESTER. 

Phys. 
Smith, Fred Sumner* 
Turner, Sylvester W.* 

CLINTON. 

Phys. 
Reynolds, Herbert S.* 

N. D. 
Fox, David A. 
Jackman, F. B. 

COLCHESTER. 

Phys. 
Mitchell, J. T. 
Robinson, Myron W.* 

Horn. 
Swift, S. E. 

N.D. 
Foote, Nathaniel 
Williams, D. A. 

COLEBROOK. 

Horn. 
Moore, D. C. Y. (P. 0. 
Robertsville). 
Columbia. — None. 

CORNWALL. 

Phys. 
Curtis, W. M. S.* (P. 0. 

Cornwall Bridge) 
Livingston, J. A.* (P. 0. 

West Cornwall) 

COVENTRY. 

Phys. - 
Haven, W. C * (P. 0. So, 

Coventry). 
Dean, Henry S.* 
Higgins, Wm. L.* 

CROMWELL. 

Phys. 
Bush, Chas. E.* 
Hallock, Frank*} 
Hallock, Winthrop B.* 
Lawrencle, George W.* 

N.D. 
Calender, Mary E. T. 



DANBURY. 

Phys. 
Bailey, Annie K. 
Benedict, John H.* 
Bennett, Clayton P.* 
Brown, D. Chester* 
Brownlee, H. F.* 
Clark, F. P.* 
Clason, A. T.* 
Craig, Chas. F. 
Ellis, Richard* 
Follansbee, W. F.* 
Gilbert, Geo. A. 
Knox, L. G. 
Lacey, Wm. F.*| 
Lemmer, G. E. 
Murrav, Wm. H. 
Scott, Albert L* 
Selleck, Nathaniel* 
Snow, E. E.* 
Stratton, E. A.* 
Wade, John Alex. 
Watson, W. S.* 
Weiss, Emil L. 
Wile, William C* 
Wood, Wm. F.* 

Horn. 
Griffin, Samuel L. 
Oley, S. W. 
Penfield, Sophiaf 

Ec. 
Barnum, William A.. 
Fox, Albert 
Fox, Harvey A. 

N.D. 
Dodge, J. Fowler 
Fitzpatrick, Philip 
Holton, Adelaide T. 
Simon, Philip 
Sloan, Robert H. 
Tanner, A. J. 
Tito, Vincent G. 
Wheeler, Hiram A. 

DARIEN. 

Noroton. 
Phys. 
Brownson, Wm. G.* 
French, Wm. F * 
Hubbard, Wm. S. 
Kindred, John J.* 
Lightle, Wm. E. 

DERBY. 

Phys. 
Balawire, Charles T. 
Barry, R. J * 
Griswold, Roger M.* 
Healy, Thos. G. 
Loomis, Frank N.* 



MEDICAL. 



427 



DERBY (Cont.). 

0' Sullivan, Thomas J* 
Pinney, Royal W* 
Wendelboc, Lars T. 

Horn. 
Phillips, A. W.+ 

DURHAM. 

Phys. 
Mathewson, Earl* 

Ec. 
Markham, Ernest A. 

EASTFORD. 

Ec. 

Converse, Frank B. 
Converse, Harvey H. 
Bobbins, E. Keyes 

EAST GRANBY. 

None. 

EAST HADDAM. 

Phys. 

Bidwell, Edwin H. 
Plumsted, Mathew W.* 

N.D. 
Cook, U. S. 
Fowler, F. E. 
Williams, Elmer E. 

EAST HARTFORD. 

Phys. 
Fox, Chas. A* 
Griswold, Edward H.* 
Murphy, Walter G* 
O'Connell, Thomas J.* 
Williams, A. C. 
Burnside. 
Phys. 
Mayberry, Franklin H.* 

EAST HAVEN. 

N.D. 
Lewis, M. L. B. E. 

EAST LYME. 

Niantic. 

Phys. 
Chipman, Edw. C* 
Dart, Fred'k H.* 

Horn. 
Calkins, Daniel. 

N.D. 
Barrett, Geo. M. 
Eager, Clara A. 
easton. — None. 

EAST WINDSOR. 

Broadbroolc. 
Phys. 
Allen, Howard 0.* 
Boucher, Geo. B. 
Warehouse Point. 
Phys. 
Sellew, Philip H .* 



ELLINGTON. 

Phys. 
Davis, Edwin T.* 

ENFIELD. 

Thompsonville. 

Phys. 
Finch, George T.* 
Parsons, Edward F.* 
Rearden, T. F. 
Strickland, Rial L.* 
Varno, Henry G.* 

Bo m. 
Darling, J. Homer 
Vail, Edwin S.+ 
Hazard 'ville. 

Phys. 
Houghton, Simon W.* 

Ec. 
Adams, Wm. L. 

ESSEX. 

Phys. 
Hubbard, Ch*rles H.* 
Russell, Willis A * 
Shaffer, Alonzo 

FAIRFIELD. 

Phys. 
Donaldson, W. H.* 
Ewing, Andrew M. 
Morgan, W. G. 

Greenfield Hill. 

Phys. 
Dunham, M. V. B.* 
Southport. 

Phys. 
Osborn, C. H.* 

FARMINGTON. 

Phys. 

Carrington, Chas.* 
Wheeler, Franklin* 

Ec. 

Edgerton, Sam'l J. 

Unionville. 

Horn. 

Newton, J. B.+ 

franklin. — None. 

GLASTONBURY. 

Phys. 
Bunce, Henry C* 
Rankin, Charles G.* 

Ec. 
Kingsbury, Daniel 

N.D. 
Richards, H. G. 

So. Glastonbury. 

Phys. 
Rising, Henry M. * 
Rising, Harry B. 



GOSHEN. 

Phys. 
North, Joseph H.* 

GRANBY. 

^^ Phys. 

Chatfield, Rollin B. 

Weed, Alfred J. 

Horn. 

Case, Burton E. 

GREENWICH. 

Phys. 
Brooks, Frank T.* 
Bunnell, John J. 
Franklin, Spencer.* 
Franklin, T. M.* 
Griswold, W. L * 
Taylor, Robert 

Horn. 
Hitchcock, Henrr M. 
Jones, L. P.f 
Piatti, Virgil. 
Ec. 
Newman, Arthur 

N. D. 
De Kraft, Henry 
Holmes, Frank W. 
griswold. 
Jeicett City. 

Phys. 
Jennings, George H.* 
Le Comte, George L. 

Horn. 
Soule, William 
Ec. 
Holmes, Sanford H. 
Lewis, N. B. 

N.D. 
Gorman, John P. 
Sweet, John B. 

GROTON. 

Phys. 

Dodge, John X. 
Douglass, Edmund P.* 
Gardner, J. L. 
Gray, John 
Hewes, F. W. 
Miner, 0. E. 
Weaver, James L. 

Horn. 
Williams, Carl A. 

N.D. 
Crumb, Walter A. 

GUILFORD. 

Phys. 
Beebe, George H.* 
Reynolds, G. Perry 
West, Redfield B. 



428 



MEDICAL. 



GUILFORD (Coilt.). 

N.D. 

Fiske, H. Ingersoll 



Hazen, Miner C* 
Noyes, Selden W.* 
Higganum. 
Ec. 
Bailey, S. B. 
Smith, LeRoy A. 

HAMDEN. 

Phys. 
Dickerman, W. E. 
Joslin, George H. 
Swift, Edwin D.* 

N.D. 
Hurd, Daniel 
Osborn, Allen D. 

HAMPTON. 

None. 

HARTFORD. 



Abrams, Alva E.* 
Alton, Chas. D.* 
Axtelle, John F.* 
Bacon, Wm. T.* 
Bailey, George C* 
Bailey, Michael A.* 
Barrows, Benj. S.* 
Beach, Charles C* 
Belden, George W. 
Bell, George N.* 
Booth, James W. 
Bromley, Daniel T.* 
Bunce, Philip D. 
Cahill, Joseph H.* 
Campbell, James* 
Childs, Samuel B.* 
Cochran, Levi B. 
Cook, Ansel G.* 
Crary, David* 
Cressy, Noah* 
Crossfield, Fred'k S.* 
Crothers, Thos. D.* 
Davis, Gustavus P.* 
Davison, Luther A.* 
Dowling, John F.* 
Down, Edwin A.* 
Douglass, Elmer E. 
Dwyer, John* 
Edgar, A- F. 
Ellsworth, P. W.* 
Elmer, Edward 0.* 
Froelich, Charles E.* 
Fuller, Horace S.* 



HARTFORD ( Cont. ) 

Gladwin, Ellen F. H.* 
Hall, Joseph B * 
Hastings, Panet M.* 
Howard, John* 
Howe, Harmon G.* 
Hudson, William M.* 
Ingalls, Phineas H.* 
Isham, Oliver K * 
Jarvis, George C* 
Johnson, Marcus M.* 
Kane, Thomas F.* 
Kean, Mrs. L. Darnstadt* 
Knight, William W.* 
Law, Homer 
Lawton, Franklin L.* 
Lewis, John B.* 
Lynch, William J. 
Lyon, Irving W.* 
Mayer, Nathan* 
Mc Knight, Everett J.* 
Miller, George R.* 
Morgan, William D.* 
Morris, Chas. E. 
Murlless, H. Walter* 
0' Flaherty, John * 
Parmele, George L.* 
Porter, Wm., Jr.* 
Root, Edward K .* 
Root, Joteph E.* 
Rose, John H.* 
Russell, Gurdon W.* 
Segur, Gideon C* 
Shepherd, George R.* 
Simpson, Fred'k T.* 
Smithy Oliver C* 
Stearns, Henry P.* 
Stem, Chas. S.* 
St. John, Samuel B.* 
Storrs, Melancthon* 
Sullivan, Daniel F.* 
Taft, Charles E.* 
Waite, Frank L.* 
Waters, John B.* 
Weir, Janet M.* 
Welch, Geo. K.* 
Wolff, Arthur J.* 

Bom. 
Angell, Augustusf 
Beach, Chas. L.f 
Brewer, Clarissa A.+ 
Brigham, L. Louisef 
Case, Erastus E.f 
Hooker, Edward B f 
Jones, Charles E.f 
Peltier, P. D.f 
Pilling, Simeon 0.+ 



HARTFORD (Cont.). 

Porter, C. B.f 
Richardson, L. E. 
Starr, Pierre S. 
Thorpe, Margaret + 

Ec. 
Andross, George 
Bickford, Henry 
Brickley, Genevieve 
Root, Esther A. 
N.D. 
Albee, Max F. 
Allen, James C. S. 
Atkinson, Edward 
Beardsley, B. F. 
Bullard, Arthur H. 
Butler, Wm. J. 
Card, H. C. 
Curtiss, Jonathan S. 
DeBories, Domenico 
Dowd, Nora J. 
Field, P. P. 
Flint, A. S. 
Flint, H. H. 
Gale, Arthur S. 
Hunn, Paul R. 
Irving, Permilia W. 
Jacobs, Clarence E. E. 
Jacobs, J. E., Jr. 
Kawtzky, Aloisia 
Krewoif, Geo. F. 
Lankton, Arba 
MacMaster, Mary J. 
Milliken, Roscoe G. 
Partree, Homer T. 
Pierce, Anne E. 
Porter, Clifford W. 
Reed, Annie E. 
Reinert, E. G. 
Roth, Edward 
Rowe, Michael J. 
Sasunsky, Kappel 
Scott, John B. 
Storrs, Mrs. J. F. D. 
Sweet, J. H. T. 
Tracy, G. D. 
Williams, Geo. C. F. 
Woolsey, William A. 

HARTLAND. — None. 
HARWINTON. 

Phys. 
Blake, Chas. L. 

HEBRON. 

Phys. 
Pendleton, CyrusH. 

Bom. 
Douglass, Charles J. 



MEDICAL. 



429 



HUNTINGTON. 

Shelton. 
Phys. 
Randall, Wm. S.* 
Richardson, D wight A.* 
Shelton, Gould A * 

KENT*. 

Phys. 

Barnum, Walter M. 
Griswold, Arthur W. 

KILLINGLY. 

Phys. 

Darling, Asahel E.* 
Hammond, H. F.* 

Horn. 
Todd. Frank P. 

Danielson. — Phys. 
Hibbard, Nathaniel* 
Judson, Wm. H.* 
Le Clair, C. J.* 
Robinson, Rienzi 
East Killingly. — Phys. 
Hill, Charles E.* 
Hill, Edwin A.* 

KILLING WORTH. 

Phys. 
Nichols, Edward P.* 

LEBANON. 

Phys. 
Danielson, E. L. 
Sweet, F. B. 

N.D. 

Sweet, Chas. 

LEDYARD. 
Ec. 

Case, Edwin W. 
N.D. 

Phillips, Josiah F. 
Lisbon. — None. 

LITCHFIELD. 

Phys. 
Belden, Charles .* 
Bolton, James R. 
Buel, John L.* 
Judd, Henrietta 
MacLaren, Wm. S.* 
Newcomb, James J. 
Page, Charles J. 
Sedgwick, J. T * 
Wiggin, F. H * 
Ec. 
Richardson, C. M. 

LYME. 

Phys. 
Griswold. James B. 
Voorhes. Chas. DeW.* 
Hamburgh. — Phys. 
Ely, J. G. 



MADISON. 

Phys. 

Webb, Daniel M.* 

Hum. 
Aver, Alveno D.f 

N.D. 
Smith, Andrew N. 

MANCHESTER. 

Phys. 
De Vore, Joseph 
Doolev, John T* 
Taylor, John C* 
Whiton, Francis H.* 

Hom. 
Taylor, Oliver B. 

N.D. 
Adams, Frank B. 
Dunn, Stephen J. 
So. Manchester. 

Phys. 
Bradley, M. S. 
Gillam, W. S. 
Parker, Julian F.* 
Tinker, W. R.* 
Weldon, Tbos. H.* 

N.D. 
Vail, Egbert J. 

MANSFIELD. 

Mansfield Depot. 
Phys. 
Johnson, F. E.* 
Sumner, E. G. 
Ec. 
Marsh, E. H. 

marlboro. — None. 

MERIDEN. 

Phys. 
Alain, Alex. S. 
Bradstreet, E. T.* 
Churchill, Asa H.* 
Davis, C. H. S.* 
Delcher, Edw. W. 
Delesdtrnier, H. W.* 
Eggleston, J. D.* 
Fenn, Ava H.* 
Ferris, Anna J.* 
Galvin, Wm.* 
Gartland, John L.* 
Graeber, Chas. A. 
Griswold, F. P.* 
Hall, E. D.* 
Hughes, 0. J. D.* 
Lapoint, J. H. 
Lawton, F. L. 
Meeks, H. A * 
Mollatb, John G. 
Nickerson, N.* 
Otis, S. D. 



MERIDEN ( Cont.). 

Pierce, E. W .* 
Ryce, B. P. 
Smith, Edw. M* 
Tracy, A. W.* 

Horn. 
Hewitt, C. E.f 
Monroe, F. H.+ 
Newport, E. C.+ 
Wilson, G. H.f 
Wilson, Edgar A. 

Ec. 
Moriarty, Lottie M. 
Tait, John 
Yeomans, Chas. G. 

N.D. 
Hermann, H. W. 
Ploetz, Alfred J. 
Ploetz, Pauline 
Potter, Mary C. 
Reuss, Andrew 

MIDDLEBURY. 

Ec. 
Bristol, G. B. 

MIDDLEFIELD. 

None. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Phys. 
Bailey, John E.* 
Burke, George W.* 
Calef, J. Francis* 
Campbell, A. J.* 
Cleaveland, Daniel A.* 
Coleburn, A. B.* 
Edgerton, F. D.* 
Fisher, Wm. E.* 
Keniston, J. M.* 
Look, F. B.* 
Loveland, John E.* 
Maitland, D. L. 
Mead, Kate C* 
Murphv, M. D.* 
Noble, H. S.* 
Olmstead, James* 
Stanley, C. E.* 
Wilson, Wm. H. 
Weston, J. M. 

Horn. 
Griffin, Louise A.f 
Lawrence, Mary E.+ 
McDougall, Joseph H.+ 
Sage, F. H.f 

Ec. 
Bailev, Leonard 

N.D. 
Koplitz, John 
Morgan, Ely 
Sweet, A. M. 



430 



MEDICAL. 



MILFORD. 

Phys. 
Allen, Hull* 
Beach, Edward C* 
Heady, Elias B.* 
House, Albert L. 

Horn. 
Putney, Willis S.f 
Schlosser, Adolph 

MONKOE. 

Phys.. 
Beardsley, Edward M. 
Stevens, John G.* 

Stepney. — Phys. 
Hill, Seth* 

MONTVILLE. 

Phys. 
Bolles, John C* 
Fox, Morton E.* 
Mathewson, Earl 
Uncasville. 
Phys. 
Burchard, Wm. M.* 

Ec. 
Druley, E. M. 

morris. — None. 

NAUGATUCK. 

Phys. 
Bull, Thos. M * 
Delaney, Wm. J.* 
Johnson, Edwin H.* 
Robbins, James W.* 
Spring, Frederick A.* 
Tuttle, F. B * 

Horn. 
Moore, H. D.+ 

NEW BRITAIN. 

Phys. 
Brown, Richard F.* 
Bunnell, Wilbur T * 
Clark, Robert M.* 
Clary, George* 
Coholan, Michael J.* 
Comings, Benj. N.* 
Cremin, Lawrence M.* 
Donahue, J. F.* 
Doutteil, Henry* 
Enlind, A. K.* 
Holmes, Geo. J.* 
Irving, Samuel W.* 
Lyon, Edwin B.* 
Martin, John E. 
Poyer, John B.* 
Stone, Jay S.* 
Strausser, Herman 
Swasey, Erastus P.* 

Horn. 
Cooley, Geo. P.f 



NEW BRITAIN (Cont.). 

Styles, Elmer L.+ 

Ec. 
Burnham, Lyman H. 
Clark, Martha D. 
Cook, Clarence B. 
Ludington, Linus S. 
Mulligan, Thomas 

N. D. 
Andre, Gustav 
Banning, G. W. 
Brown, Maria E. T. 
Narey, William J. 
Way, Benjamin 

NEW CANAAN. 
Phys. 
Brownson, William C. 
Osborn, Millard F. 

Horn. 
Keeler, Chas. B.+ 
Roberts, Theodore 

N. D. 
Nichols, George D. 
Winters, John H. 

NEW FAIRFIELD. 

None 

NEW HARTFORD. 

Phys. 
Burwell, Jerry* 
Caya, L. 0. H. 
Swett, Josiah* 
Ec. 
Curtis, Erskin D. 

NEW HAVEN. 

Phys. 
Ailing, Arthur N.* 
Ailing, Willis G. 
Arnold, Ernest H.* 
Avis, Woodburn R.* 
Bacon, Francis* 
Bacon, Leonard W., Jr.* 
Baker, John P.* 
Baribault, Arthur 0.* 
Beckwith, F. E.* 
Bellosa, Fred'k * 
Bernstein, Hyman 
Bishop, Louis B.* 
Bishop, Timothy H.* 
Bissell, Evelyn L.* 
Bradley, Wm. L.* 
Brennan, Andrew K. 
Brockett, Chas. H. 
Bronson, Thomas S. 
Burke, Wm. R. J. 
Cahill, Thos. M.* 
Carmalt, Wm. H.* 
Chapman, S H.* 
Cheney, B. Austin* 



NEW HAVEN ( Cotlt. ) 

Converse, Geo. F.* 
Daggett, David L.* 
Daggett, Wm. G.* 
DeForest, Louis S.* 
DeElia, Vincenzo 
Dow, Virgil M. 
Elcock, Harry A.* 
Eliot, Gustayus* 
Evans, Alex. W.* 
Ferris, Harry B.* 
Fleischner, Henry* 
Foote, Chas. J.* 
Foster, John P. C* 
Francolini, Biagio 
Fuller, Austin B.* 
Gavnor, Louis J.* 
Gilbert, S. D.* 
Hawkes, Wm. W.* 
Hemingway, Geo. I. 
Hotchkiss, N. R.* 
Husinsky, Moses J.* 
Ives, Robert S.* 
Jones, Daniel A.* 
Judson, Walter* 
Klenke, Henry F.* 
Lambert, Benj. L.* 
Leavenworth, D. C* 
Lindsley, C. A.* 
Lindsley, C. Purdy* 
Lines, Jairus F. 
Luby, J. F.* 
Madden, E. G.* 
Maher, Stephen J.* 
Mailhouse, Max* 
Marsh, Arthur W.* 
McCabe, E. M.* 
McDonnell, Ralph A.* 
McNair, Robert H.* 
McNeil, Rollin* 
Metz, Peter F. 
Monahan, J. B. 
Moody, Mary B.* 
Mooie, James A.* 
Nicoll, John* 
O'Connor, Matthew C* 
Osborn, Oliver T.* 
Park, Chas. E.* 
Peck, Robert E.* 
Peckham, Lucy G.* 
Pitman, Edwin P.* 
Porter, Isaac N.* 
Reilly, James M.* 
Ring, Henry Wilson* 
Roberts, Edw. K.* 
Robinson, Paul S-* 
Ruickoldt, Arthur* 
RusseU, T. H.* 



MEDICAL. 



431 



NEW HAVEN ( Cont. ). 

San ford, Leonard J.* 
Seaver, Jay W.* 
Skinner, Clarence E.* 
Smith, Herbert E.* 
Smith, Marvin* 
Sprenger, Wm. 
Stetson, J. E.* 
Swain, Henry L.* 
Thomson, Edmund S.* 
Townsend, J. H.* 
Tuttle, C. A.* 
Welch, Wm. C.* 
Wheeler, Frank EL* 
White, Carvl F. S. 
White, F. 0.* 
White, Moses C* 
Whittemore, Frank H.* 
WincheU, Alvord E.* 
Wright, F. W.* 
Wurtemburg, Wm. C* 

Horn. 
Adams, C. B.f 
Anderson, Wm. D.f 
Baldwin, Wm. P.+ 
Cargill, Frank A. 
Cheney, A. S.f 
Cheney, Beoj. H.-f 
Hall, Edwin C. M.f 
HvAtchinson, John A. 
Lambert, Adelaide! 
Murray, Isadora L.f 
Newton, Sarah B.f 
Phillips, John P. 
Rawling, Charles 
Rodman, Wm. W. 
Sage, Henry P.t 
Skiff, Paul" C. 
Sage, Wm. H. 
Skiff, Walter C.f 
Talmage, Alonzo L.f 
Vishno, Chariest 
Vishno, Chas. W.f 
Walker, E. J.f 
Ec. 
Babbitt, Geo. E. 
Bond, Elijah 
Todd, Harriet M. W. 

N.D. 
Bartholomew, Chas. H. 
Bagen, Jacob 
Bagen, Sophia 
Bail, Henry W. 
Beers, Geo. S. 
Dewev, Mrs. Louise 
Doherty, J. J. S. 
Edson, Cvrus F. 
Fowler, Chas. H. 



NEW HAVEN (Cont.) 

Hilderbrand, Wm. B. 
Hunt, Amos 
Jaffe, James 
Jones, Edwin A. 
Kingsley, Samuel T 
Lewis, Bennett S. 
Loveridge, Remus C. 
Mansfield, George L. 
McClure, Richard C. 
Minor, Waldo H. 
Nettleton, Geo. E. 
Perry, Chas. F. 
Spang, Henry A. 
Spencer, Ernest C. 
Strauss, Gerson 
Sweet, James W. 
Tannicelli, Lingi 
Thomson, Ernest L. R. 
Todd, Samuel G. 
Washburn, Edw. L. 
Wright, Mary J. 

NEWINGTON. 

None. 

NEW LONDON. 

Phys. 
Beckwith, F. J.* 
Braman, F. N.* 
Calkins, Fred'k W. 
Crofton, Jos-eph R.* 
Cronin, J. E.* 
Dimon, John N.* j 
Ferrein, C. F. 
Graves, Chas. B.* 
Harris, Nathaniel 0. 
Heyer, Harold H.* 
Kelly, Jos. E. 
Munger, Elisha* 
Nelson, A. W.* 
Norris, Henry S. 
Rogers, Thos. W. 
Stanton, J. G.* 
Thomson, Hiram B.* 

Horn. 
Allen, A. H.f 
Morgan, Geo. S. 
Shipman, L. K.f 
Smith, Fred'k W. 

Ec. 
Bradford, Geo. E. 

N. D. 
Barber, James A. 1 
Ferguson, M. S. 
Moon, Willard B. 
Nichols, John C. 
Robbins, Chas. H. 
West, Henry E. 
Williamson, Allan N. 



NEW MILFOBD. 

Phys. 
Bacon, J. Knight 
Barker, James C. 
Hine, James 
Staub, Geo. E. 

Horn. 
King, F. E. 

N.D. 
Griswold, A. W. 
Hartwell, H. H. 

Gaylordsville. 

Phys. 
Griswold, H. B.* 

NEWTOWN. 

Phys. 
Smith, Edw. M.* 

Horn. 
Sunderland, Paul U. 
Sandy Hook. 

Phys. 
Gorden, James A. 
Richardson, Dana P.* 

NORFOLK. 

Phys. 
Adams, Samuel S. 
Hanmant, I. L.* 
Kendall. John C* 

Horn. 
Brown, P.f 
Gidman, B. C.f 

N.D. 
Buell, Orson 

NORTH BRANFORD-, 

None. 

NORTH CANAAN. 

Horn. 
Church, Herbert A. 

NORTH HAVEN. 

Phys. 
Goodyear, R. B.* 

Horn. 
Tuttle, Francis C. 

N.D. 
Mayer, A. E. 

NORTH STONINGTON. 

Phys. 
Knowles, Edwin H. 

NORWALK. 

Phys. 
Crowe, Willis H. 
Dumortier, J. M. J. 
Gregory, James G. 
Higgins, R. Lacey* 
Hitchcock, Walter 
Huntington, Sam'l H.* 
Kennedy, John T. 
Lockwood, Wm. A. 



432 



MEDICAL. 



NORWALK (Cont.). 

McLean, John W. 
Peck, Eli J. 
Phinney, Lorenzo N. 
Shorer, Henry C. 
Smith, Edwin E. 
Tracy, Wra.J/ 

Ec. 
Fairchild, Jonah B. 
East Norwalh. 



Baker, Frederick B.* 
South Norwalk. 

Phys. 
Allen, Lauren M.* 
Benedict, Geo. W.* 
Bohannan, Charles G." 
Burke, W. C, Jr.* 
Burnell, Francis J- 
Clark, A. N.* 

Horn. 
Baldwin, Arthur H.f 
Coburn, Jesse M. 
Hitchcock, Dexter 
McGonegal, George R. 
Pardee, Emily V. D.+ 

Ec. 
Bohannan, John G. 
Glines, Wm. C. 

N.D. 
Damer, F. Wm. 
Pardee, M. Clifford 
Rupp, Clarissa 
Weed, Wm. L. 

NORWICH. 



Almy, L. B. 
Brewer, E. P.* 
Brigden, Geo. B. 
Browne, W. T.* 
Butler, Chas. S.* 
Cassidy, Patrick* 
Fuller, Jos. B. F. 
Harriman, Patrick H.* 
Harris, Geo. R.* 
Kimball, Rush W. # 
Korn, Wm. A.* 
LaPiei-re, Julian* 
Logue, John 
Paddock, Lewis S.* 
Peck, Anthony* 
Perkins, Chas. H.* 
Perkins, Wm. S. C* 
Pratte, L. I. 
Shahan, D. J. 
Stevens, Henry B. 
Smith, N. P.* 



Norwich (Cont.). 
Somers, James A. 
Tillinghast, F. A. 
Tingley, Witter K.* 
Witter, William* 

Horn. 
Allen, Jonathan H.f 
Jones, Daniel L. 
Linnell, E. H.+ 
Rockwell, John A.t 
Stark, C. E.f 

Ec. 
Fiske, Samuel W. 
Gallup, Alexis F. 
Nichols, Mrs. C. B, 

N.D. 
Crocker, John D. 
Faunce, Christiana J. 
Fiske, Chas. S. 
Howe, H. H. 
Kohn, Solomon S. 
Manwaring, J. J. 
Vars, P. M. 

Taftville. 

Phys. 
Pirritte, Frederick W.* 
Thompson, George* 

OLD LYME. 



Harris, Geo. W. 
Wallace, W. H. H. 

OLD SAYBROOK. 

Phys. 
Granniss, J. H.* 

N.D. 
Leonard, B. W. 

ORANGE. 

West Haven. 

Phys. 
Barnett, John F.* 
Sears, James W. 
Shepherd. Durell* 
Wilson, Wm. V.* 

Horn. 
Adams, Marshall J.t 

N.D. 
Bevan, Chas. A. 
Gardner, Chas. H. 

OXFORD. 

Phys. 
Barnes, Lewis* 

PLAIN FIELD. 

Phys. 
Davis, E. H.* 
Ladd, Samuel P. 
Lewis, Wm. A. 
Rainville, Fred'k E. 



PLAINFIELD (Cont.). 

N.D. 

Fontaine, Alphonse 
Bennett, John 
Deschatelets, Jos. P. P. 
Sargent, Wm. H. 
Sunrise, Dr. 

Central Village. 
Phys. 

3rs, Charles H.* 



Phys 
Adams, W. W.* 
Allen, Chas. N.* 

PLAINVILLE. 

Phys. 
Buell, Virgil 
Bull, John N.* 
Wright, Theodore G.* 

Horn. 
Moodv, Charles W.f 

" N.D. 
Bishop, James N. 
Mills, Adeline E. 

PLYMOUTH. 

Phys. 
Heath, J. Byron 
Terryville. 
Phys. 
Robinson, M. P. 
Swett, W. P.* 
Wellington, W. W.* 

POM FRET. 

Phys. 
Overlook, S. B.* 
Abington. 

Phys. 
Pike, Ezra B. 

PORTLAND. 

Phys. 
Downey, R. C* 
Griswold, J. E. 
Murphv, James 
Potter,' F. E.* 
Sears, C. A.* 

PRH STON. 

Phys. 
Harris, 0. F. 
Harris, Geo. R. 
Ec. 
Gallup, Chas. N. 

N.D. 
Hanford, W. J. 

PROSPECT. 

None. 

PUTNAM. 

Phys. 
Foster, Warren W.* 



MEDICAL. 



433 



PUTNAM (Cont.). 

Hough, H. W.* 
Kent, John B.* 
La Rue, Omer* 
Morasse, L. A. 
Morrell, F. A.* 
Sherman, H A. 
Horn 
Russell, J. J. 

REDDING. 

Phys. 

Smith, Ernest H. 

Redding Ridge. 
Reid, Annie M. 

RIDGEFIELD. 

Phys. 
Anderton, Wm. B. 
Cushman, Wm. F. 
Flint, Wm. H. 
Lowe, Russell W.* 
O'Bryon, Benj. A. 
Talbot, Robt. B. 
Weed, Willis E. 

Ridgebury. 
Phys. 
Sanborn, Martha E. 

ROCKY HILL. 

Phys. 
Griswold, Rufus W.* 
Plunkett, Henry B.* 

Ec. 
Burr, Frank L. 

N.D. 
Green, Samuel 

ROXBURY. 

Phys. 
Pons, L. J. 

SALEM. 

N. D. 
Congdon, Chas. F. 
Siegfried, Thos. G. 

SALISBURY. 

Phys. 
Burtch, H. M.* 

Laheville. 

Phys. 
Bissell, William* 
Bissell, Wm. B. 
Knight, Geo. H.* 
Phillips, Fred'k M. 

SAYBROOK. 

Phys. 
Spencer, Wm. D. 
Deep River. 
Phys. 
Bidwell, Edwin* 
28 



Deep River (Cont.). 
French, Howard T.* 

N.D. 
Tyler, Henry C. 

SCOTLAND. 

Phys. 
Ross, D. L. 

SEYMOUR. 

Phys. 
Benedict, Frank A.* 
Davis, E. W. 
Sharp, E. T. 
Strapp, Patrick F.* 

Horn. 
Pulford, C. H.+ 

SHARON. 

Phys. 
Bassett, C. W.* 
Knight, W. W.* 
Munson, B. W.* 

SHERMAN. 

Phys. 
Woodruff, John N. 

SIMSBURY. 

Phys. 
Eberg, Arnold 
Pettibone, Chas. F. 
Tarifville. 

P'hys. 
Wooster, Charles M.* 

N.D. 
Oates, Wm. M. 

SOMERS. 

Phys. 
Hurd, Alonzo L.* 
Woods, Wm. B. 

SOUTHBURY. 

Phys. 
Shepherd, John M. 

SOUTHINGTON. 

Phys. 
Cushing, Wm. H. 
Steadman, Willard G.* 
Sullivan, Maurice F. 

Horn. 
Osborne, James H.f 

N. D. 
Horton, Elmore 

Plantsville. 
Ec. 
Kelly, Charles 

SOUTH WINDSOR. 

Phys. 
Blakeslee, Chas. L. 
Tudor, Mary S.* 



SPRAGUE. 

Baltic. 
Stanton, T. I. 

STAFFORD. 

Phys. 
Davids, Chas. H. 

Stafford Sprinqs. 

Phys. 
Newton, C. B.* 
Rafftery, T. H.* 
Smith, F. L.* 

STAMFORD. 

Phys. 
Birch, George W. 
Bohannan, B. W. 
Bohannan, R. L. 
Bond, H. A. 
Buckley, Lawrence S.* 
Darby, C. S. 
Geib, Henry P.* 
Hanrahan, Daniel A. 
Hexamer, Charles R.* 
Hurlbutt, Augustus M.* 
Keith, James B. 
Johnson, John M. 
Meek, James A.* 
Meeks, E. J.* 
Peck, G. A. 
Philip, Rosaville G.* 
Phillips, A. N.* 
Pierson, Samuel* 
Prior, Israel 
Rice, Watson E.* 
Rogers, Francis J.* 
Schavoir, Frederick* 
Scovill, C. H. 
Sherrill, George* 
Treadway, Wm. A. B.* 
Van Vleet, P. P.* 
Washburn, N. P.* 
Weed, Albert G. 
Williamson, Edw. A. 
Wilson, Chas. H. 

Horn. 
Givens, A. J.f 
Mills, W. S.t 
Rowell, Chas. E. 
Rowell, E. P. 
Rowell, J. F. 
Shirk, Samuel M. 
Williams, Carl A. 

Ec. 
Boskowitz, G. W. 

N. D. 
Darling, Mary C. 
Dunn, Elizabeth 
Hartnett, Wm. J. ! 
sterling. — None. 



434 



MEDICAL 



STONINGTON. 

Phys. 
Brayton, Charles E.* 
Stanton, Geo. D.* 
Mystic. 

Phys. 
Chapman, Albert T.* 
Gray, Wm. H.* 

Mystic Bridge. 

Phys. 
Coates, Frank A.* 
Purdy, A. M.* 
Wiggin, Chas. D. 

Horn. 
Hillard, W. A. 
Barber, 0. M.+ 
Bucklvn, J. K.+ 
" N.D. 
Maine, Charles 0. 
Wheeler, H. N. 

8TBATFORD. 

Phys. 
Cogswell, Wm. B.* 
Lewis, George Fred.* 

Horn. 
Nichols, G. L.+ 

SUFFIELD. 

Phys. 
Caldwell, W. E. 
Mason, Jarvis K.* 
Newton, Matthew T.* 
Sweet, Philo W.* 

Horn. 
Sherwin, A. Proctorf 

THOM ASTON. 

Phys. 
Ferguson, Geo. D.* 
Goodwin, Ralph S.* 
Goodwin, R. S., Jr. 
Hassard, Robert G. 
Johnson, J. W.* 

Horn. 
St. John, Theo.t 
Smith, C. F.+ 
Ec. 
Pease, B. W. 

THOMPSON. 

Phys. 
Holbrook, Lowell* 
Hart, Geo. F. 
North Grosvenordale. 

Phys. 
Mcintosh, J. F.* 
Roch, Emeline 

Horn. 
Sargent, Chas. S. 

Ec. 
Williams, G. W. H. 



TOLLAND. 

Phys. 
Simmons," Wm. N.* 

Horn. 
Tillotston, Henry L. 

N.JD. 
Jacobs, Zalmon L. 

TORRINGTON. 

Phys. 
Hanchett, Thacher S.* 
Hayes, James D. 
Johnson, John W. 
Morgan, Monroe C. 
Piatt, Wm. L.* 
Pratt, Elias* 

Horn. 
Pulver, Grace Coe 
Pulver, Hudson J. 
St. John, Bela 
Ec. 
Hodge, Thomas S. 

N.D. 
Morgan, Nathan M. 

TRUMBULL. 

Phys. 
Peck, John L. 
Starkweather, F. C. 

UNION. 

None. 

VERNON. 

Phys. 
Goodrich, A. R.* 
Eockville. 

Phys. 
Dickinson, Francis L.* 
Flint, E. P. * 
Gilnack, Frederick* 
Lawler, T. C. A. 
Leonard, E. K.* 
Rockwell, T. F.* 
Walsh, F. W.* 

Horn. 
Talcott, Sarah E. 
Tillotson, W. C.t 

N.D. 
3rs. B. S. 



VOLUNTOWN. 

Phys. 
Davis, Warren R.* 
Knerr, E. J. 

WALLINGFORD. 

Phys. 
Atwater, C. H.* 
Coudert, Frank E.* 
McGaughey, Jas. D.* 
Russell, William S.* 
Wilson, Wm. P.* 



WALLINGFORD (Cont.). 

Horn. 

Quill, John D.t 

N.D. 

Andrews, George 
Baldwin, Vincent L. 

WARREN. 

None. 

WASHINGTON. 

Phys. 
Brown, Orlando* 
Ford, Wm. J.* 

Horn. 
Denslow, Marmaduke H. 

N D. 
Powers, Julia M. 
New Preston. 

Phys. 
Marcy, R- A.* 

WATERBURT. 

Phys. 
Axtelle, Thomas L.* 
Barber, Walter L.* y 
Benedict, J. M.* 
Bellemare, Jos. N.j 
Bourret, L. G. 
Brown, Chas. H.* 
Cannon, F. M.* 
Castle, Frank E.* 
Conkey, Caroline R.* 
Cooley, Myron L.* 
Crane, Augustin A.* 
de Liguori, John D. 
Donohoe, M. J. 
Dubuc, Godfroi 
Fiske, I. P.* 
Freney, John D.* 
Frost, C. W. S.* 
Goodenough, E. W.* 
Goodwin, Fred'k A- 
Graves, F. G. 
Griggs, Edward L.* 
Hamilton, Charles A.* 
Hayes, John F.* 
Holmes, Walter H* 
Kelly, A. Victor 
La Fontaine, Chas. H. 
Lopez, Ralph 
May, Austin E. 
McAvoy, James J. 
McDonald, Edward W.* 
McFarland, David W. 
Munger, Carl E.* 
O'Connor, Patrick T.* 
O'Hara, Bernard A.* 
Robbins, George 0.* 
Rodman, Chas. S.* 
Werner, Joseph 



MEDICAL. 



435 



WATERBURY (Cont.). 

Horn. 
Donohue, Anna F.t 
Hinckley, W. F.t 
Luscomb, Arthur 
Morgan, Alonzo R. 

Eg. 
Faber, Geo. A. 
Tonks, James T. 

N.B. 
Schnelke, Hermann L. 
Upson, Chas. R. 
Wart, C. Art 

WATERFORD. 

Phys. 
Fox, Mortin E. 
Minor, Geo. M.* 

WATERTOWN. 



French, Eugene C* 
Munger, Walter S.* 
Variell, Arthur D. 

WESTBROOK. 

Phys. 
Bloomfield, Thomas B.* 
Danning, N. L. 

WEST HARTFORD. 

Phys. 
McLean, Lorenzo D. 

WESTON. 

Lyon's Plains. 
Phys. 
Gorham, Frank* 

WESTPORT. 

Phys. 
Day, Loren T.* 
Morgan, Daniel H. 
Powers, F.* 
Ruland, F. D.* 

Ec. 
Fyfe, John W. 

WETHERSFIELD. 

Phys. 
Fox, Edward G.* 
Fox, Russell* 
Howard, Arthur W.* 
Warner, Abner S.* 

WILLINGTON. 

None. 

WILTON. 

Phys. 
Gorham, Andrew B.* 

Horn. 
Melbourne. John W. 



wilton (Cont.). 
Ec. 
Sturges, Albert D. 

N.B. 
Betts, W. J. 

Georgetown. 

Phys. 

Mansfield, Howard P.* 

So. Wilton. 

Phys. 

Smith, Edw. E.* 

WINCHESTER. 

Phys. 
Dolan, John A. 
Howd, S. G. 

Ec. 
Brown, Geo. W. 

N.B. 
Curtiss, W. L. 
Haven, Alvira F. 
Provost, H. G. 
Ward, J. W. 
Warren, Dwight 
Richards, W. S. 
Winsted. 

Phys. 
Hulbert, Wm. S.* 
Pratt, E. L.* 

West Winsted. 

Phys. 
BidwelLJohn W.* 
Welch, Edward H.* 

WINDHAM. 

Phys. 
Crighton, A. J. 
Guild, Frank E.* 
McGuinness, Daniel C. 

Ec. 
Gallup, I. B. 

N.B. 
Clarendon, J. C. 
Nungasser, Henry W. 
Willimantic. 

Phys. 
Bennett, Farnham 0.* 
David, A. D.* 
Card, David C. 
Fox, Charles Joseph* 
Girard, Chas. H.* 
Griggs, 0. B.* 
Hills, T. Morton* 
Jacobs, D. Dalton 
May, Geo. W. 
Parker, T. R.* 



Willimantic (Cont.). 
Meramble, Clarence E. 
Rogers, Frederick* 
Russell, T. E. 
Saunders, John W. 
Smith, James J.* 
Weldon, John* 
White, R. C* 

Horn. 
Colgrove, Charles H.+ 
Wilcox, Frederick E.t 

N.B. 
Davis, Samuel C. 
Pierce, F. C. 

WINDSOR. 

Phys. 
Bell, Newton S.* 
Dickson, James N. 
Wilson, Samuel A.* 

N. B. 
Strickland, Isador A. 
Thrall, Flavia A. 

WINDSOR LOCKS. 

Phys. 
Burnap, Sidney R.* 
Coogan, Joseph A. * 
Coyle, Wm. J. 

Horn. 
Kelley, Chas. W. 
Tyler, J. D. 

N.B. 
Knight, Chas. M. 
Murless, F. T., Jr. 

WOLCOTT. 

None. 

WOODBRIDGE. 

None. 

WOODBURY. 

Phys. 
Karrmann, Henry S. 
Rodger, D. R.* 

Hotchlcissville. 
Phys. 
Bissell, J. S.* 

WOODSTOCK. 

Phys. 
Bowen, George Austin 
Spaulding, J. 

N.B. 
Goodwin, Arabella L. 
Woodstock Valley. 
Ec. 
Lowe, Henry R. 



436 



MEDICAL. 



LIST OF REGISTERED M1DWIVES. 



ANSONIA. 

Stewart, Isabella 

BKIDGEPOET. 

Bachman, Maria M. 
Clemann, Katie 
Hauga, Elizabeth 
Husy, Anna 
Johns, Lorenzi J. 
Lozanoff, Leopoldine 
Richter, Augusta L. L. 
Schmidt, Susanna 

DANBURY. 

Dean, Kathaline M. 
Hirsh, Rosina 
Sasse, Elizabeth 
Spagniola, Louisa 

ELLINGTON. 

Hynek, Frederika 

FARMINGTON. 

McCarthy, Alice 

GROTON. 

Kair, E. L. 
Selmer, C. M. 

HAMDEN. 

Smith, Sarah L. 



HARTFORD. 

di Ligouri, Lucy 
Jacob, Anna 

HUNTINGTON. 

Nettleton, Francis A. 

MERIDEN. 

Kelly, Delia 
Lawn, Cecilia 
Stark, Frederike 
Wilhelm, Rosalie 

MIDDLEFIELD. 

Asten, Martha L. 

MONTVILLE. 

Field, Emma A. 

NEW BRITAIN. 

Nelson, H. Sophia 
Schade, Mary H. 

NEW HAVEN. 

Granfield, Bridget 
Hogan, Mrs. Rose 
Hurowitz, Rachel 
Ingui, Rosina 
Johnson, Mary B. 
Johnson, Ida C. 
Malone, Ellen 



NEW HAVEN (Cotlt.). 

Rosenthal, Selma B. 
SingerhofF, Frederike 
Sirica, Teresa 
Thomas, Kathleen 
Wick, Lena 

NEW LONDON. 

Beckwith, Mrs. Amy 
Fraser, Isabelle 
Miller, Margaret 

NORWALK. 

Grodotzke, Wilhelimine 
Kinsella, Mary 
Thorstensen, Marie E. 

EAST NORWALK. 

Betts, Mrs. Sarah F. 

VERNON. 

Stolzel, Ida 

WATERBURY. 

Bankwitz, Jennie M. 
Phillippe, Marie R. 
Zehnder, Agathe. 



THE PRESS OP CONNECTICUT. 437 



THE PEESS OF CONNECTICUT. 

[Revised to January 1, 1896.] 



The following is a list of the Daily, Semi- Weekly, Weekly, and 
Sunday newspapers of Connecticut (P. O. addresses in italics). 

Daily Newspapers. 

Where Published and Name. Morning or Evening. Politics. 
Ansonia : 

Sentinel, Evening, Ind. 

Bridgeport : 

Farmer, Evening, Dem. 

Leader, Evening, Rep. 

News, Evening, Rep. 

Post, Evening, Ind. 

Standard, Evening, Rep. 

Telegram, Morning, Ind. 

Union, Morning, Ind, 

Danbury : 

Dispatch, Morning, Dem. 

News, Evening, Ind. 

Derby : 

Transcript, ,...,..... Evening, Ind. Dem. 

Hartford : 

Courant, Morning, Rep. 

Post, Evening, Rep. 

Telegram, Morning, Dem. 

Times, Evening, Dem. 

Meriden : 

Journal, Evening, Ind. 

Record, Morning, Rep. 

Republican, Evening, Rep. 

Middletown : 

Herald, Evening, Dem. 

Penny Press, Evening, Dem. 

Tribune, Evening, Rep. 

Naugatuck : 

News, Evening, Ind. 

New Britain : 

Dispatch, Morning, Rep. 

Herald, Evening, Ind. 

Record, Evening, Rep. 

New Haven : 

Conn. Republikaner (G-er.), Morning, Rep. 

Journal & Courier, Morning, Rep. 



438 



THE PRESS OP CONNECTICUT. 



Where Published and Name. Morning or Evening. 

New Haven : 

Leader, Evening, 

News, Morning, 

Palladium, Morning, 

Register, Evening, 

Union, Evening, 

Yale News, Morning, 

New London : 

Day, Evening, 

Globe, Evening, 

Telegraph, . . Morning, 

Norwalk : 

Gazette, . Evening, 

Hour, . . Evening, 

Norwich : 

Bulletin, Morning, 

Index, , Morning, 

Post, Morning, 

Record, . . Evening, 

South Norwalk (Norwalk): 

News, Evening, 

Sentinel, Evening, 

Stamford : 

Advocate, Evening, 

Post, Evening, 

Torrington : 

Register, Evening, 

Waterbury : 

American, Evening, 

Democrat, Evening, 

Republican, Morning, 

Willimantic (Windham) : 

Chronicle, Evening, 

Journal, Evening, 

Winsted (Winchester) : 

Citizen, Evening, 

Semi-Weekly. 
Where Published and Name. Days of Publication. 

Danielson (Killingly) : 

Windham County Transcript, Tues., Fri., 

Hartford : 

Conn. Courant, Mon., Thurs. 

Weekly Times, Mon., Thurs. 

Manchester : 

Half- Weekly Herald, Wed., Sat., 

Mystic (Stonington) : 

Journal Tues., Fri., 

Norwich : 

Courier, Tues., Fri., 



Politics. 

Rep. 
Dem. 
Rep. 
Dem. 
Dem. 
College. 

Rep. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Ind. 
Ind. 

Rep. 
Dem. 
Ind. Rep. 
Ind. 

Rep. 
Ind. 

Rep. 
Ind. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Dem. 

Rep. 

Ind. 
Rep. 

Ind. 



Politics. 
Ind. 

Rep. 
Dem. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Rep. 



THE PRESS OF CONNECTICUT , 439 

Where Published and Name, Day of Publication. Politics. 

Southport (Fairfield) : 

Chronicle, Mon., Thurs., hid. 

Stonington : 

Mirror, Tues. , Fri. , Ind. 

Weekly Newspapers. 

Where Published and Name. Day of Publication. Politics, Eeligious 

Ansonia : Denomination, etc. 

Weekly Sentinel, Wednesday, Ind. 

Berlin : 

News, , Thursday, Ind. 

Bethel : 

Fairfield County Advertiser, Saturday, Ind. 

Branford : 

Opinion, Saturday, Ind. 

Bridgeport : 

Anzeiger (Ger.), Saturday, 

Conn. Union, Friday, 

Independent Leader, Saturday, 

Republican Farmer, Friday, 

Republican Standard, Friday, 

Rundchau (Ger.), Saturday, 

Star, Saturday, 

Bristol : 

Herald, Thursday, 

Press, Thursday, 

Canaan (North Canaan): 

Conn. Western News, Thursday, 

Clinton : 

Shore Recorder, Wednesday, Ind. 

Colchester: 

Advocate, Friday, Ind. 

Danbury: 

Catholic Weekly, Thursday, Rom. Cath. 

Dispatch, Saturday, Dem. 

News, Wednesday, Ind. 

Darien : 

Review, Saturday, Ind. 

Deep Biver (Say brook): 

New Era, Friday, Ind. 

Derby : 

Transcript, Wednesday, Ind. Dem. 

East Hartford: 

American Enterprise, Saturday, Ind. 

Gazette, Friday, Ind. 

Glastonbury : 

Bulletin, Thursday, Ind. 

Greenwich : 

Graphic, Saturday, Ind. 

News, Friday, Rep. 



Dem. 


Ind. 


Ind. 


Dem. 


Rep. 


Ind. 


Dem. 


Ind. 


Ind. 
Ind. 



440 



THE PRESS OF CONNECTICUT. 



Where Published and Name. Day of Publication. Politics, Religious 

Denomination, etc. 
Oroion : 

Review, Friday, Ind. 

Guilford : 

Echo, Saturday, Ind. 

Shore Line Times, Friday, Ind. 

Hartford : 

American Cyclist Friday, Bicy. 

Christian Secretary, Wednesday, Bap. 

Conn. Catholic, Saturday, Ro. Cath. 

Conn. Farmer, Saturday, Agricul. 

Conn. Post, Saturday, Rep. 

Examiner, Saturday, Lab. 

Farmington Val. Herald & Jour., Saturday, Ind. 

Hartf order Herold (Ger.), Saturday, Ind. 

Insurance Journal, Tuesday, Ins. 

La Patria Italiana, Saturday, Ital. 

Religious Herald Thursday, Cong'l. 

Jewett Gity (Griswold): 

Press, Friday, Ind. 

Litchfield : 

Enquirer, Thursday, Ind.-Dem. 

Lyme (Old Lyme) : 

Sound Breeze, Tuesday, Ind. 

Meriden : 

Republican, Thursday, Rep. 

Middletown : 

Sentinel & Witness, Saturday, Dem. 

Milford : 

Citizen, Friday, Ind. 

Moodus (East Haddam) : 

Conn. Valley Advertiser, Friday, Ind. 

Moosup (Plainneld) : 

Journal, Thursday, Ind. 

[An edition of the Plainfield Journal.] 
Mystic (Stonington): 

Mystic Press, Friday, Ind. -Rep. 

Naugatuck : 

Citizen, Saturday, Ind. 

Enterprise, Friday, Ind. 

New Britain : 

Bee, Thursday, Ind. 

Independent, Saturday, Lab. 

Record, Saturday, Rep. 

New Canaan: 

Messenger, Saturday, Ind. 

New Hartford : 

Tribune, Friday, Ind. 

New Haven : 

Columbian Register, Thursday, Dem. 

Conn. Banner, Saturday, Ind. 



THE PRESS OF CONNECTICUT. 

Where Published and Name. Day of Publication 

New Haven : 

Conn. Freie Presse (Ger.), Tuesday, 

Conn. Republikaner (Ger.), Saturday, 

La Estella d' Italia, Saturday, 

Palladium, Thursday, 

Standard, Saturday, 

Swenska Conn. Posten, Thursday, 

Union, Wednesday, 

Weekly Record, Friday, 

New London : 

Week Thursday, 

New Milford : 

Gazette, Friday, 

Newtown : 

Bee, Friday, 

Niantic : 

Conn. Eastern News, Tuesday, 

Noank (Groton) : 

Pioneer, Friday, 

Norwalk : 

Gazette, Wednesday, 

Hour, Saturday, 

Norwich : 

Cooley's Weekly, Saturday, 

Plainfield : 

Journal, Thursday, 

Plainville : 

News, Thursday, 

[An edition of the Bristol Press.] 
Portland : 

Middlesex Co. Record, Friday, 

Putnam : 

Patriot, Friday, 

Standard, Wednesday, 

Ridgefield : 

Press, Friday, 

Rockville : 

Journal, Friday, 

Tolland Co. Leader Thursday, 

Seymour : 

Record, Thursday, 

South Coventry (Coventry): 

Coventry Local Register, Thursday, 

[An edition of the Stafford Springs Press.] 
Southington : 

Phoenix, Friday, 

South Manchester (Manchester): 

News Friday, 

Stafford Springs (Stafford): 

Press, Thursday, 



441 

Politics, Religious 
Denomination, etc. 

Rep. 
Rep. 
[tal. 

Rep. 

Ro. Cath. 
Swedish. 
Dem. 
Real Est. 

Rep. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Rep. 
Ind. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Ind. 

Rep. 
Ind. 

Ind. 

Ind. 
Ind. 

Ind. 

Rep. 

Ind. 
Ind. 
Rep, 



442 THE PRESS OF CONNECTICUT. 

Where Published *nd Name. Day of Publication. Politics, Religious 

Denomination, etc. 
Stamford : 

Advocate, Thursday, Rep. 

Post, Thursday, Ind. 

Record, Saturday, Dem. 

Stonington : 

Sun, Saturday, Ind. 

Taftville (Norwich): 

Press, . . Friday, Ind, 

Thomaston : 

Express, Friday, Rep, 

Thornpsonville (Enfield) : 

Press, Thursday, Rep. 

Torrington : 

Register, Friday, Ind. 

Turnerville (Hebron) : 

Observer, Friday, Ind. 

Wallingford : 

Times, . Saturday, Ind. 

Waterbury : 

American, Friday, Ind. 

Republican,. Friday, Rep. 

Watertown : 

Journal, Wednesday, Ind. 

Times Friday, Ind. 

Waterville (Waterbury) : 

Record, Friday, Ind. 

West Haven (Orange) : 

Times, Saturday, Ind. 

Westport : 

Westporter, Saturday, Ind. 

Westmlle (New Haven) : 

Times, Saturday, Ind, 

Willimantic (Windham) : 

Chronicle, Wednesday, Ind. 

Journal, •. Friday, Rep. 

Windsor Locks : 

Journal, Friday, Ind. 

Winsted (Winchester): 

Litchfield Co. Leader, Thursday, Dem. 

West Winsted (Winchester) : 

Winsted Herald, Wednesday, Ind. 

Woodbury : 

Reporter, Thursday, Ind. 

Sunday Newspapers. 
Where Published and Name. Morning or Evening. Politics. 

Bridgeport : 

Herald Morning, Ind. 

[An edition of the Waterbury Sunday Herald.] 



THE PRESS OF CONNECTICUT. 443 

Where Published and Name. Day of Publication. Politics, Eeligious 

Denominations, etc. 
Hartford : 

Globe, Morning, Ind. 

Journal, Morning, Ind. 

New Haven : 

Kegister, Morning, Dem. 

Union, Morning, Dem. 

Waterbury : 

Globe, Morning, Ind. 

Herald, Morning, Ind. 



444 LEGISLATIVE REUNIONS. 



LEGISLATIVE REUNIONS. 



The Legislative Social Club of 1875, organized during the ses- 
sion of the General Assembly in that year, was the only association 
of several formed at various times which continued active and 
held annual reunions. On the occasion of its eleventh reunion at 
Hartford, in February, 1886, arrangements were made for a General 
Legislative Reunion, on the fifth day of May in that year at the 
Capitol. This was the first general reunion of State Officers and 
Members of the General Assembly in the history of the State. 
The executive committee was composed of ex-Governor H. B. 
Bigelow of New Haven (chairman), ex-Secretary of State D. Ward 
Northrop of Middletown, ex-Senators Caleb B. Bowers of New 
Haven, and N. B. Stevens of Hartford, ex-Representatives Wm. 
H. Pond of Milford, S. A. Hubbard and Leverett Brainard of Hart- 
ford, and Burwell Carter of Plainville, and George D. Curtis of 
Hartford, secretary. The records of the reunion show : Governors 
living at that time, ten ; present at the reunion, seven. Lieutenant- 
Governors, eleven; present, six. Secretaries, twelve; present, ten. 
Treasurers, eleven; present, seven. Comptrollers, twelve; present, 
seven. Whole number of State officers, Senators, and Representa- 
tives reported as then living, four thousand seven hundred and 
eighty-two; present at the reunion, two thousand four hundred 
and ninety-one. Reunions of survivors of the several legislatures 
were held in the forenoon in rooms assigned in the Capitol, and 
the literary exercises in the afternoon in the Hall of the House in 
eluded addresses by distinguished persons. Executive Committees 
were appointed on that day, at several individual legislative re- 
unions, to arrange for future reunions. These committees, revised 
to the present time, are as follows: 

1863 — Senator John Allen, Old Saybrook (P. O. Saybrook), and 
Representatives Benjamin S. Bishop, West Hartford; F. O. Ben- 
nett, Ashford (P. O. Willimantic); Alonzo Whiting, Torrington; 
C. C. Hubbard, Middletown (P. O. Hartford); and Wm. H. Yeo- 
mans, Columbia. 



LEGISLATIVE REUNIONS. 445 

1867 — Representatives L. D. Brewster, Danbury; A. W. Bacon, 
Middletown; A. J. Coe, Meriden; Paul B. Greene, Norwich; H. 
M. Cleveland, Brooklyn; and D. W. Post, Hebron. 

1S68 — Representatives Alfred W. Phelps, New Haven; Emer- 
son W. Moore, Vernon (P. O. Hartford); and B. A. Rathbun, 
Lyme (P. O. Hamburgh). (Re-appointed at reunion May, 1887.) 

1870 — Representatives J. H. Olmsted, Stamford; S. Q. Porter, 
Farmington (P. O. Unionville); and Senator E. A. Woodward, 
Nor walk (P. O. South Nor walk). 

1871 — Senators Henry Tuttle, Haniden (P. O. Mt. Carmel); 
Geo. A. Fay, Meriden; Walker Ferry, Bethel; Asa B. Woodward, 
Norwalk; E. B. Sumner, Windham (P. O. Willimantic); S. Storrs 
Cotton, Pomfret (P. O. Norfolk, Neb.); Lewis Catlin, Harwinton; 
John M. Douglas, Middletown; Chas. L. Griswold, Chester; andF. 
P. Bissell, Hebron (P. O. Turnerville). 

1875 — Permanent organization: President, Wm. H. Pond of 
Milford (P. O. Hartford). Vice-President, E. G. Sumner, Mans- 
field. Secretaries, G. M. Wakelee, Huntington (P. O. Shelton)- 
W. G. French, Watertown. Treasurer, Burwell Carter, Plain- 
ville. Executive Committee, W. H. Risley, Berlin; C. B. Bowers, 
New Haven; L. L. Hopkins, New Fairfield; A. L. Hodge, Rox- 
bury; Paul B. Greene, Norwich; Joseph Hutchins, Plainfield; W. 
B. Dickinson, Haddam; L. W. Percival, Somers. (Re-appointed in 
1890.) 

1876 — Representatives N. B. Stevens, Hartford; Lynde Harri- 
son, Guilford (P. O. New Haven); Daniel B. Mallory, Sherman; 
Isaac N. Bartram, Sharon; S. O. Bowen, Eastford; and John I. 
Hutchinson, Essex. 

1877 — Senators Caleb B. Bowers, New Haven, and Wm. H. 
Hayward, Colchester; Speaker Lynde Harrison, Guilford (P. O. 
New Haven); and Representatives Leonard N. Williams, Water- 
ford; Henry M. Cleveland, Brooklyn; Chas. A. Hawkins, Tolland; 
John I. Hutchinson, Essex; and John H. Perry, Fairfield (P. O. 
Southport). 

1882 — Permanent organization was effected in 1888, and officers 
elected, as follows: President, Senator F. B. Cooley, Hartford; 
Secretary, Representative T. J. Fox, New Haven; Executive Com- 
mittee, Representatives E. J. Reed, Sharon; H. M. Cleveland, 
Brooklyn; B. F. Mahan, New London, and Olon S. Chaffee, 
Mansfield. 



446 LEGISLATIVE REUNIONS. 

1883 — President, William E. Downes, Derby (P. O. New 
Haven); Vice-President, E. E. Bradley, Orange (P. O. New Haven); 
Secretary, William A. Wright, Branford (P. O. New Haven); 
Treasurer, Lyman A. Catlin, Stratford (P. O. Bridgeport); Execu- 
tive Committee, R. W. Griswold, Rocky Hill; F. W. Tolles, Nau- 
gatuck; A. T. Fowler, Windham; M. W. Terrill, Middlefield; E. 
S. Henry, Vernon (P. O. Rockville); Wm. H. Bentley, New Lon- 
don; James Ryder, Danbury; Geo. P. North, Thomaston. 

1884 — Representatives E. C. Lewis, Waterbury; Hadlai A. 
Hull, Stonington; Isaac W. Brooks, Torrington; Henry H. 
Brainard, Haddam (P. O. Higganum); and Albert E. Weld, Union. 

1885 — President, Senator M. W. Pember, Vernon (P. O. Hart- 
ford); Vice-President, Isaac W. Beach, Bristol; Secretary, Repre- 
sentative Alexander Troup, New Haven; Treasurer, Representative 
Erastus Gay, Farmington. (Re-elected, Aug. 23, 1894.) 



The officers of Legislative Clubs organized since 1886 are : 

1887 — Reunion Committee: President, Representative Frank 
E. Hyde, Hartford; Vice-President, Senator O. Vincent Coffin, 
Middletown; Secretary and Treasurer, Senate Clerk Austin Brain- 
ard, Hartford; Executive Committee, Representative George F. 
Kendall, Suffield; Senator Stephen H. Hall, Preston; Senator James 
Graham, Orange (P. O. New Haven). 

1889 — Reunion Committee: Senator Lucius H. Fuller, Put- 
nam; Representatives Stephen T. Palmer, Huntington (P. O. 
Shelton); and C. S. Burlingame, Canterbury. "Senate Club 
of 1889-90 " — President, Senator E. S. Cleveland, Hartford; 
Secretary, Senator George N. Morse, Meriden ; Treasurer, Senator 
Phillip Corbin, New Britain. 

1893 — "Senate Club of 1893 " — President, Senator Frederick 
W. Holden, Ansonia; Executive Committee, Senators Leander P. 
Jones, Greenwich; Noble E. Pierce, Bristol; and T. J. Fox, New 
Haven. 

1895 — "Senate Club of 1895" — President, Senator John H. 
Ferris, South Norwalk; Secretary, Andrew F. Gates, Hartford 
(Clerk); Executive-Committee, Senators Lyman H. Johnson, New 
Haven; Benjamin H. Lee, New London; and Wm. H. Marigold, 
Bridgeport. House Reunion Committee — Representatives A. C. 
Sternberg, West Hartford; Charles W. Holbrook, Windsor Locks; 



LEGISLATIVE REUNIONS. 447 

H. Holton Wood, Derby; Robert O. Eaton, North Haven; James 
Pendleton, Stonington ; Joseph D. Goulden, Stamford; James 
Lee, Brookfield; Frederick A. Jacobs, Killingly; Asaph H. Hale, 
Portland; and William H. Hall, Willington. 



448 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, 1896. 

UNITED STATES GOVEKNMENT. 



The Executive. 



President, GROVER CLEVELAND of New York, Salary, $50,000 

Vice-President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON of Illinois, " 8,000 

The Cabinet. 

Secretary of State, Richard Olney of Massachusetts, Salary, $8,000 

Secretary of the Treasury, John G. Carlisle of Kentucky, " 8,000 

Secretary of War, Daniel S. Lamont of New York, " 8,000 

Attorney- General, Judson Harmon of Ohio, " 8,000 

Postmaster-General, William L. Wilson of West Virginia, " 8,000 

Secretary oj the Navy, Hilary A. Herbert of Alabama, " 8,000 

Secretary of the Interior, Hoke Smith of Georgia, " 8,000 

Secretary of Agriculture, J. Sterling Morton of Nebraska, " 8,000 

The Judiciary. 

THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED 8TATE8. 

Chief Justice, Melville W. Fuller of Illinois; salary, $10,500. Associate 
Justices, Stephen J. Field of California; John M. Harlan of Kentucky; 
Horace Gray of Massachusetts; Henry B. Brown of Michigan; David J. 
Brewer of Kansas ; George Shiras, Jr., of Pennsylvania ; Rufus W. Peck- 
ham of New York; Edward D. White of Louisiana; salary, $10,000. 

Reporter, J. C. Bancroft Davis, New York. 

Clerk, James H. McKenney, Washington, D. C. 

Marshal, J. M. Wright, Kentucky. 



THE FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 

March 4, 1895,-March 4, 1897. 

The Senate. 

The dates opposite the names of Senators indicate when they entered the 
Senate, and when their present terms expire. 
President, Adlai E. Stevenson, Illinois. 
President pro tern., William P. Frye, Maine. 
Secretary, William R. Cox, North Carolina. 



ALABAMA. 




DELAWARE. 




James L. Pugh, d. 


1880-97 


George Gray, d. 


1885-99 


John T. Morgan, d. 


1877-1901 


* Henry A. Dupont, r. 


1895-1901 


ARKANSAS. 




FLORIDA. 




James K. Jones, d. 


1885-97 


Wilkinson Call, d. 


1879-97 


James H. Berry, d. 


1885-1901 


Samuel Pasco, d. 


1887-99 


CALIFORNIA. 




GEORGIA. 




George C. Perkins, r. 


1893-97 


John B. Gordon, d. 


1891-97 


Stephen M. White, d. 


1893-99 


Augustus 0. Bacon, d. 


1895-1901 


COLORADO. 




IDAHO. 




Henry M. Teller, r. 


1885-97 


Fred T. Dubois, r. 


1891-97 


Edward 0. Wolcott, r. 


1889-1901 


George L. Shoup, r. 


1895-1901 


CONNECTICUT. 




ILLINOIS. 




Orville H. Piatt, r. 


1879-97 


John M. Palmer, d. 


1891-97 


Joseph R. Hawley, r. 


1881-99 


Shelby M. Cullom, r. 


.1883-1901 



Election undecided. 



UNITED STATES GOVEKNMENT, 1895. 



449 



INDIANA. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, d. 
David Turpie, d. 

IOWA. 

William B. Allison, r. 
John H. Gear, r. 

KANSAS. 

William A. Peffer, pop. 
Lucien Baker, r. 

KENTUCKY. 

Jos. C S. Blackburn, d. 
William Lindsay, d. 

LOUISIANA. 

Newton C. Bknchard, d. 
Donelson Caffery, d. 

MAINE. 

Eugene Hale, r. 
William P. Frye, r. 

MARYLAND. 

Charles H. Gibson, d. 
Arthur P. Gorman, d. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Henry Cabot Lodge, r. 
Geo.'F. Hoar, r. 

MICHIGAN. 

Julius C. Burrows, r. 
James McMillan, r. 

"MINNESOTA. 

Cushman K. Davis, r. 
Knute Nelson, r. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

James Z. George, d. 
Edward C. Walthall, d. 

MISSOURI. 

George G. Vest, d. 
Francis M. Cockrell, d. 

MONTANA. 

Lee Mantle, r. 
Thomas H. Carter, r. 

NEBRASKA. 

William V. Allen, pop. 
John M. Thurston, r. 

NEVADA. 

John P. Jones, r. s. 
Wm. M. Stewart, r. s. 

NEW HAMP8HIRE. 

Jacob H. Gallinger, r. 
William E. Chandler, r. 

NEW JERSEY 

James Smith, Jr., d. 
William J. Sewell, r. 

NEW YORK. 

David B. Hill, d. 
Edward Murphy, Jr., d. 
RECAPITULATION, 
ators; Democrats, 





NORTH CAROLINA. 


1877-97 


J. C. Pritchard, r. 


1895-97 


1887-99 


Marion Butler, pop. 

NORTH DAKOTA 


1895-1901 


1873-97 


Henry C. Hansbrough, r. 


1891-97 


1895-1901 


W 7 illiam N. Roach, d. 

OHIO. 


1893-99 


1891-97 


Calvin S. Brice, d. 


1891-97 


1895-1901 


John Sherman, r. 

OREGON. 


1881-99 


1885-97 


John H. Mitchell, r. 


1885-97 


1893-1901 


George W. McBride, r. 

PENNSYLVANIA 


1895-1901 


1894-99 


Jas. Donald Cameron, r. 


1877-97 


1893-1901 


Matthew Stanley Quay, r 

RHODE ISLAND. 


. 1887-99 


1881-99 


Nelson W. Aldrich, r. 


1881-99 


1881-1901 


George P. Wetmore, r. 


1895-1901 




SOUTH CAROLINA. 


1891-97 


John L. M. Irby, d. 


1891-97 


1881-99 


Benjamin R. Tillman, d. 

SOUTH DAKOTA 


1895-1901 


1893-99 


James H. Kyle, hid. 


1891-97 


1877-1901 


Richard F. Pettigrew, r. 

TENNESSEE. 


1889-1901 


1895-99 


Wm. B. Bate, d. 


1887-99 


1889-1901 


Isham G. Harris, d. 

TEXAS. 


1877-1901 


1887-99 


Roger Q. Mills, d. 


1892-99 


1895-1901 


Horace Chilton, d. 

UTAH. 


1895-1901 


1881-99 


Arthur Brown, r. 


1896-1897 


1895-1901 


Frank J. Cannon, r. 

VERMONT. 


1896-1899 


1879-97 


Justin S. Morrill, r. 


1867-97 


1875-99 


Redfield Proctor, r. 

VIRGINIA. 


1891-99 


1895-99 


John W. Daniel, d. 


1887-99 


1895-1901 


Thomas S. Martin, d. 

WASHINGTON. 


1895-1901 


1893-99 


Watson C. Squire, r. 


1889-97 


1895-1901 


John L. Wilson, r. 

WEST VIRGINIA 


1895-99 


1873-97 


Charles James Faulkner, 


d. 1887-99 


1887-99 


Stephen B. Elkins, r. 

WISCONSIN. 


1895-1901 


1891-97 


William F. Vilas, d. 


1891-97 


1887-1901 


John L. Mitchell, d. 

WYOMING. 


1893-99 


1893-99 


Clarence D. Clark, r. 


1895-1899 


1895-1901 


Francis E. Warren, r. 


1895-1901 



1891-97 

1893-99 
— Republicans, 47, including Nevada silver sena- 
Populist, 3; Independent, 1; total, 90.*= 



Election in Delaware undecided. 
29 



450 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, 1895. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



THE FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 

MARCH 4, 1895 — MARCH 4, 1897. 

The House consists of 357 Representatives, and 3 Territorial Delegates 
who have no vote. 

The following is a list of members of the House of Representatives of the 
Fifty-fourth Congress. Names of Republicans. are in Roman (245), Democrats 
in Italics (104), Farmers' Alliance, Populists, or Silverites in small caps (6). 
Those marked * were members of the Fifty-third Congress. Those marked f 
served in a previous House. 

Alabama. 1, Richard H. Clarice ;* 2, Jesse F. Stallings ;* 3, George P. 
Harrison;* 4, Gaston A. Robbins ;* 5, James E. Cobb;* 6, John H. Bank- 
head;* 7, M. W. Howard ; 8, Joseph Wheeler;* 9, Oscar W. Underwood. 

Arkansas. 1, Philip D. McCulloch, Jr. ;* 2, John S. Little;* 3, Thomas C. 
McRae;* 4, William L. Terry;* 5, Hugh A. Dinsmore ;* 6, Robert Neill.* 

California. 1, John A. Barham; 2, Grove L. Johnson; 3, Samuel G. 
Hilborn;* 4, James G. Maguire;* 5, Eugene F. Loud;* 6, James McLach- 
lan; 7, William W. Bowers.* 

Colorado. 1, John F. Shafroth; 2, John C. Bell.* 

Connecticut. 1, E. Stevens Henry; 2, Nehemiah D. Sperry; 3, Charles 
A. Russell;* 4, Ebenezer J. Hill. 

Delaware. 1, Jonathan S. Willis. 

Florida. 1, 8. M. Sparhman ; 2, Charles M. Cooper.* 

Georgia. 1, Rufus E. Lester ;* 2, Benjamin E. Russell ;* 3, Charles F. 
Crisp ;* 4, Charles L. Moses ;* 5, Leonidas F. Livingston ;* 6, Charles L. 
Bartlett ; 7, John W. Maddox ;* 8, Thomas G. Law son ;* 9, Parish Carter 
Tate ;* 10, James C. C. Black ;* 11, Henry G. Turner.* 

Idaho. 1, Edgar Wilson. 

Illinois. 1, J. Frank Aldrich;* 2, Wm. Lorimer; 3, Hugh R. Bel- 
knap ; 4, Charles W. Woodman ; 5, George E. White ; 6, Edward D. 
Cooke; 7, George E. Foss; 8, Albert J. Hopkins;* 9, Robert R. Hitt;* 10, 
George W. Prince; 11, Walter Reeves; 12, Joseph G. Cannon;* 13, Vespa- 
sian Warner; 14, J. V. Graff; 15, Benjamin F. Marsh;* 16, Finis E. Down- 
ing ; 17, James A. Connolly; 18,William F. L. Hadley; 19, Benson W T ood; 20, 
Orlando Burrell; 21, Everett J. Murphy; 22, George W. Smith* 

Indiana. 1, James A. Hemenway; 2, A. M. Hardy; 3, Robert J. Trace- 
well; 4, James E. Watson; 5, Jesse Overstreet; 6, Henry U. Johnson;* 7, 
Charles L. Henry; 8, George W. Faris; 9, J. Frank Hanley; 10, Jethro A. 
Hatch; 11, George W. Steele;! 12, J. D. Leighty; 13, Lemuel W. Royse. 

Iowa. 1, Samuel M. Clark; 2, George M. Curtis; 3, David B. Henderson;* 
4, Thomas Updegraff;* 5, Robert G. Cousins;* 6, John F. Lacey ;* 7, John A. 
T. Hull ;* 8, William P. Hepburn;* 9, A. L. Hager;* 10, Jonathan P. Dolliver;* 
11, George D. Perkins.* 

Kansas. At large — Richard W. Blue; 1, Case Broderick;* 2, O. L. 
Miller; 3, S. S. Kirkpatrick; 4, Charles Curtis;* 6, W. A. Calderhead; 6, 
William Baker;* 7, Chester I. Long. 



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Kentucky. 1, John K. Hendriclc; 2, John D. Clardy; 3, W. Godfrey- 
Hunter ;t 4, John W. Lewis; 5, Walter Evans; 6, Albert S. Berry ;* 7, Wm. 
C. Owens ; 8, James B. McCreary ;* 9, Samuel J. Pugh ; 10, Joseph M. Ken- 
dall ;t 11, David G. Colson. 

Louisiana. 1, Adolph Meyer;* 2, Charles F. Buck; 3, Andrew Price ;* 
4, Henry W. Ogden;* 5, Charles J. Boatner ;* 6, Samuel M. Robertson.* 

Maine. 1, Thomas B. Reed;* 2, Nelson Dingley, jr.;* 3, Seth L. Milli- 
ken;* 4, Charles A. Boutelle.* 

Maryland. 1, Joshua W. Miles; 2, William B. Baker; 3, Harry W. 
Rusk ;* 4, John K. Cow en ; 5. Charles E. Coffin;* George L. Wellington. 

Massachusetts. 1, Ashley B. Wright;* 2, Frederick H. Gillett;* 3, 
Joseph Henry Walker;* 4, Lewis Dewart Apslev;* 5, Wm. S. Knox; 6. Wm. 
H Moody; 7, Wm. E. Barrett; 8, Samuel W. McCall;* 9, John F. Fitzger- 
ald; 10, Harrison H. Atwood; 11, Wm. F. Draper;* 12, Elijah A. Morse ;* 13, 
John Simpkins. 

Michigan. 1, John B. Corliss; 2, George Spalding ; 3, Alfred Milaes; 
4, Henry F. Thomas ;* 5, Wm. Alden Smith ; 6, David D. Aitken ;* 
7, Horace G. Snover; 8, Wm. S. Linton;* 9, Roswell P. Bishop; 10, Rous- 
seau 0. Crump; 11, John Avery;* 12, Samuel M. Stephenson.* 

Minnesota. James A. Tawney ;* 2, James T . McCleary ;* 3, Joel P. 
Heatwole; 4, Andrew R. Kiefer;* 5, Loren Fletcher;* 6, Charles A. Towne; 
7, Frank M. Eddy. 

Mississippi. 1, John M. Allen;* 2, John C. Kyle;* 3, Thomas C. Catch- 
ings ;* 4, Hernando D. Money ;* 5, John S. Williams ;* 6, Walter M. Denny; 
7, J. G. Spencer. 

Missouri. 1, C. N. Clark ; 2, Uriel S. Hall ;* 3, Alexander M. Dochery ;* 
4, George C. Crowther; 5, John C. Tarsney;* 6, David A. DeArmond ;* 7, 
John P. Tracey; 8, Joel D. Hubbard; 9, William M. Treloar; 10, Richard 
Bartholdt;* 11, Charles F.Joy;* 12, Seth W. Cobb;* 13, John H. Raney; 
14, Norman A. Mozley; 15. Charles G. Burton. 
Montana. 1, Charles S. Hartman.* 

Nebraska. 1, Jesse B. Strode; 2, David H. Mercer;* 3, George D. 
Meiklejohn;* 4, Eugene J. Hainer;* 5, Wm. E. Andrews; 6, Omer M. 
Kem* 
Nevada. 1, Francis G. Newlands.* 

New Hampshire. 1, Cyrus A. Sulloway; 2, Henry M. Baker.* 
New Jersey. 1, Henry C. Loudenslager ;* 2, John J. Gardner;* 3 Ben- 
jamin F. Howell; 4, Mahlon Pitney; 5, James F. Stewart; 6, Richard Wayne 
Parker; 7, Thomas McEwen, Jr.; 8, Charles Newell Fowler. 

New York. 1, Richard C. McCormick;t 2, Denis M. Hurley; 3, Francis 
H. Wilson; 4, Israel F. Fischer; 5, Charles G. Bennett; 6, James R. Howe; 7, 
Franklin Bar tlett ,•* 8, James J. Walsh; 9, Henry C. Miner; 10, Amos J. 
Cummings ;* 11, William Sulzer ; 12, George B. McClellan ; 13, Robert C. 
Shannon; 14. Lemuel E. Quigg;* 15, Philip B. Low; 16. Ben L. Fair- 
child; 17, Benjamin B. O'Dell, Jr.; 18, Jacob Lefever;* 19, Frank S. Black; 
20, George N. Southwick; 21, David F. Wilbur; 22, Newton M. Curtis;* 23, 
Wallace T. Foot, Jr.; 24, Charles A. Chickering;* 25, James S. Sherman;* 
26, George W. Ray;* 27, Theodore L. Poole; 28, Sereno E. Payne * 29, 
Charles W. Gillet;* 30, James W. Wadsworth;* 31, Henry C. Brewster; 32, 
R. B. Mahany; 33, Charles Daniels;* 34, Warren B. Hooker.* 

North Carolina. 1, Harry Skinner; 2, Fred A. Woodard;* 3, John 
G. Shaw; 4, Wm. F. Strowd; 5, Thomas Settle;* 6, James A. Lockhart ; 7, 
A. C. Shuford ; 8, Romulus Z. Linney ; 9, Richmond Pearson. 



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North Dakota. Martin N. Johnson.* 

Ohio. 1, Chas. P. Taft; 2, Jacob H. Bromwell;* 3, PaulJ. Sorg ;* 4, Fer- 
nando C. Layton;* 5, Francis B. DeWitt; 6, George W. Hulick;* 7, George 
W. Wilson;* 8, Luther M. Strong;* 9, James H. Southard; 10, Lucien J. 
Fenton; 11, Charles H. Grosvenor;* 12, David K. Watson; 13, Stephen R. 
Harris; 14, Winfield S. Kerr; 15, Henry C. Van Voorhis;* 16, Lorenzo 
Danford;4- 17, Addison S. McClure;+ 18, Robert W. Tayler; 19, Stephen A. 
Northway;* 20, Clifton B. Beach; 21, Theo. E. Burton.+ 

Oregon. 1, Binger Hermann;* 2, William R. Ellis.* 

Pennsylvania. At large — Galusha A. Grow;* George F. Huff.+ 1, 
Henry H. Bingham;* 2, Robert Adams, Jr.;* 3, Frederick Halterman; 4, John 
E. Reyburn;* 5, Alfred C. Harmer;* 6, John B. Robinson;* 7, Irving P. 
Wan-er;* 8, Joseph J. Hart; 9, Constantine J. Erdman ;* 10, Marriott 
Brosius*; 11, Joseph A. Scranton;* 12, John Leisenring: 13, Charles N. 
Brumm;t 14, Ephraim M. Woomer ;* 15, James H. Codding ; 16, Fred C. 
Leonard; 17, M. H. Kulp; 18, Thaddeus M. Mahon;* 19, James A. Stahle; 
20, Josiah D. Hicks;* 21, Daniel B. Heiner;* 22, John Dalzell;* 23, William 
A. Stone;* 24, Ernest F. Atcheson; 25, Thomas W. Phillips;* 26, Matthew 
Griswold;'f 27, Charles W. Stone;* 28, William C. Arnold. 

Rhode Island. 1, Melville Bull; 2, Warren 0. Arnold.-!- 

South Carolina. 1, William Elliott ;+ 2, W.Jasper Talbert;* Z,Asbury 
C. Latimer;* 4, Stanyarne Wilson; 5, Thomas J. Strait;* 6, John L. 
McLaurin ;* 7, J. William Stokes. 

South Dakota. At large — Robert J. Gamble, John A. Pickler.* 

Tennessee. 1, William C.Anderson; 2, Henry R. Gibson ; 3, Foster V. 
Brown ; 4, Benton McMillin ;* 5, James D. Richardson ;* 6, Jos. E. Washing- 
ton ;* 7, Nicholas N. Cox;* 8, John E. McCall; 9, Jos. C. McDearmon;* 10, 
Josiah Patterson* 

Texas. 1, Jos. C. Hutcheson ;* 2, Sam B. Cooper ;* 3, Charles H. 
Yoakum ; 4, David B. Culberson ;* 5, Joseph W. Bailey ;* 6, Jo Abbott ;* 
7. Geo. C Pendleton;* 8, Charles K. Bell;* 9, Jos. D. Sayers;* 10, Miles 
Crowley ; 11, Wm. H. Crain ;* 12, Geo. H. Noonan; 13, Jeremiah V. Cock- 
rell* 

Utah. Clarence E. AlleD. 

Vermont. 1, H. Henry Powers ;* 2, William W. Grcut* 

Virginia. 1, William A. Jones;* 2, D. Gardiner Tyler;* 3, Tazewell 
Ellett ; 4, William R. McKenney ; 5, Claude A. Swanson ;* 6, Peter J. 
Otey; 7, Smith S. Turner;* 8, Elisha E. Meredith ;* 9, James A. Walker; 
10, Henry St. G. Tucker.* 

Washington. At large — William H. Doolittle*; S. C. Hyde. 

West Virginia. 1, B. B. Dovener; 2, Alston G. Dayton; 3, James H. 
Huling; 4, Warren Mille