This depends on the country/organization. See related questions. US: Chester Alan Arthur until March 4, Grover Cleveland afterwards. Chester Alan Arthur was the 21s…t President of the United States from 1881 September 19 to 1885 March 4. Vice President in 1881 from March 5 to December 19, he ascended to the presidency after the assassination of President James Abram Garfield. Due to health problems, Arthur did not seriously run for a second term, and was succeeded by Cleveland as president. Arthur would die a year and a half after his presidency, on 1886 November 18. Grover Cleveland was the 22nd President of the United States from 1885 March 4 to 1889 March 4 and the 24th President of the United States from 1893 March 4 to 1897 March 4. Despite winning the popular vote in the 1888 election, he would ultimately lose the presidency, only to regain it in the 1892 re-election. (MORE)
There was a car in 1885 called the Karl Benz it is named after the guy that did it. He studied mechanical engineering and came up with four-stroke internal combustion engine. …This he attached to a three-wheeled carriage, and was born the first of the modern auto mobiles (MORE)
The last major change in U.S. immigration policy occurred with the passage ..... A number of researchers have estimated that immigration did lower wages at ... With the resump…tion of higher volumes of immigration after 1965, .... Germany and the Emigration, 1816-1885. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1964. (MORE)
In 1885 Charles F. Brush dreamed of producing free electricity and set about inventing the world's first wind turbine. Completed in 1888 it was 60 feet tall, nearly 60 feet ar…ound and powered a 12kW dynamo. (MORE)
Jewett W. Adams (born August 6, 1835 in South Hero, Vermont; died June 18, 1920 in San Francisco, California) succeeded John H. Kinkead as the fourth Governor of Nevada, servi…ng between January 1, 1883 and January 3, 1887, including the whole of 1885. (MORE)
Jacob B. Jackson (born April 6, 1829 in Parkersburg, West Virginia; died December 11, 1893 in Parkersburg, West Virginia) succeeded Henry M. Mathews as the sixth Governor of W…est Virginia, serving between March 4, 1881 and March 4, 1885.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Jackson's term as Governor, Emanuel Willis Wilson (born August 11, 1844 in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia; died May 28, 1905 in Charlston, West Virginia) became the seventh Governor of West Virginia, serving between March 4, 1885 and February 6, 1890. (MORE)
Robert E. Pattison (born December 8, 1850 in Quantico, Maryland; died August 1, 1904) succeeded Henry M. Hoyt as the nineteenth Governor of Pennsylvania, serving between Janua…ry 16, 1883 and January 12, 1887, including the whole of 1885. (MORE)
William D. Bloxham (born July 9, 1835 in Leon County, Florida; died March 15, 1911 in Tallahassee, Florida) succeeded George Franklin Drew as the thirteenth Governor of Florid…a, serving between January 4, 1881 and January 7, 1885.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Bloxham's term as Governor, Edward A. Perry (born March 15, 1831 in Richmond, Massachusetts; died October 15, 1889 in Kerrville, Texas) became the fourteenth Governor of Florida, serving between January 7, 1885 and January 8, 1889. (MORE)