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Written by Barry Kowal   
May 09, 2017 at 08:12 PM
TOP SONGS IN THE USA FOR 1899*




 


No. Song-Artist-Peak month
 1 I'D LEAVE MY HAPPY HOME FOR YOU-ARTHUR COLLINS-DECEMBER
 2 CURSE OF THE DREAMER-DON QUINN-November
 3 MY WILD IRISH ROSE-ALBERT CAMPBELL-August
 4 HELLO,MA BABY-LEN SPENCER-May
 5 GYPSY LOVE SONG-WILLIAM F. HOOLEY-September
 6 HELLO,MA BABY-ARTHUR COLLINS-May
 7 KISS ME,HONEY,DO-ARTHUR COLLINS-March
 8 I GUESS I'LL HAVE TO TELEGRAPH MY BABY-Arthur Collins-April
 9 MY WILD IRISH ROSE-George J.Gaskin-July
10 A PICTURE NO ARTIST CAN PAINT-Steve Porter-October
11 When You Ain't Got No More Money,Well,You Needn't Come Around-Arthur Collins-March
12 I Guess I'll Have To Telegraph My Baby-Len Spencer-April
13 'Mid The Green Fields Of Virginia-S.H. Dudley-November
14 'Mid The Green Fields Of Virginia-Harry MacDonough-November
15 Hands Across The Sea-Sousa's Band-July
16 Smoky Mokes-Len Spencer-October
17 My Old New Hampshire Home-Frank Stanley-January
18 Uncle Josh At A Camp Meeting-Cal Stewart-January
19 Please Mr.Conductor,Don't Put Me Off This Train-Byron G.Harlan-October
20 A Bunch Of Rags-Vess Ossman-February
21 Because-Albert Campbell-March
22 A Picture No Artist Can Paint-George J.Gaskin-September
23 The Mockingbird-Joe Belmont-August
24 The Girl I Loved In Sunny Tennessee-Albert Campbell-May
25 Those Cruel Words Good-Bye-Steve Porter-October
26 Uncle Josh In Society-Cal Stewart-August
27 I Guess I'll Have To Telegraph My Baby-George J.Gaskin-March
28 My Sunday Girl-S.H. Dudley-November
29 Uncle Josh And The Lightning Rod Agent-Cal Stewart-September
30 Kiss Me,Honey Do-Len Spencer-March
31 Everything In Rag-Time Now-Len Spencer-October
32 Just As The Sun Went Down-John Bieling-December
33 Just As The Sun Went Down-Harry MacDonough-December
34 Cornfield Medley-Haydn Quartet-November
35 My Creole Sue-Steve Porter-September
36 'Mid The Green Fields Of Virginia-George J.Gaskin-May
37 I Guess I'll Have To Telegraph My Baby-Silas Leachman-April
38 'Mid The Green Fields Of Virginia-Frank Stanley-February
39 My Old New Hampshire Home-Albert Campbell-January
40 My Old New Hampshire Home-S.H. Dudley-January
41 Uncle Josh At A Baptizing At Hickory Corners Square-Cal Stewart-January
42 Kentucky Babe-May Kelso
43 When You Ain't Got No More Money,Well You Needn't Come 'Round-Len Spencer-May

* This list was compiled by data from the book titled
 "Joel Whitburn's Pop Memories 1890-1954"(1986) by Billboard 
 Publications,Inc.Whitburn's book used data from:
  Phonoscope (1896-1899:monthly lists of the top records)
  Sheet Music Sales
  ASCAP and other lists of top period songs
  Record label catalogs:Edison,Columbia,Berliner & regional labels
  Jim Walsh columns for Hobbies Magazine on pioneer recording artists
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