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Arts Society, American Institute of Architects, Buffalo Society of Artists, Charity Organization Society, and University and Arts Clubs of New York City.

CARY, ISAAC H.-Real Estate, 200 Fulton street, Brooklyn; residence 33 Pierrepont street. Born in Bucksport, Me., May 27, 1845. Educated in Lexington, Mass., and at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Married Cornelia Hull, 1871.) Served in Civil War with 44th Massachusetts Volunteers. Appointed civil service commissioner by Mayor Seth Low. Elected alderman in 1893. Treasurer and director Free Lending Library of the Union for Christian Work; director Hamilton Bank and Metropolitan Plate Glass Co.; trustee South Brooklyn Savings Institution. Member Hamilton, Short Beach and Rembrandt Clubs.

CARY, JAMES S.-Manufacturer, 48 Commercial avenue, Binghamton; residence 202 Front street. Born in Dutchess County, N. Y., June 12, 1833. Educated at Binghamton Academy. (Married.) Commenced clerkship in 1847 and has continued in various kinds of business ever since. Member New York Volunteer Fire Department, 1850-1. Warden of Christ Episcopal Church. Member Binghamton Club, Mercantile Library Association, and various Masonic orders. Oldest living past master of Binghamton Lodge No. 177, F. & A. M.

CARY, WILLIAM H.-Ironware, 22 Cliff street, New York City; residence 142 Willow street, Brooklyn. Purchasing agent Iron Clad Mf'g Co.; director Reliable Steam Power Co. Member Harvard Club, and Hamilton Club of Brooklyn.

CASE, CHARLES L.-President, 525 West street, New York City; residence New Rochelle. Born in Fall River, Mass. Educated at Harvard. (Married.) President and director Gansevoort Cold Storage Co.; secretary, treasurer and director Starr Engineering Co.; director American Warehouse Men's Association, and Adams & Co.; superintendent Manhattan Refrigerating Co. Member Harvard and Engineers' Clubs.

CASE, DAVID K.-Lawyer, 220 Broadway, New York City; residence 390 Hancock street, Brooklyn. Born Oct. 3, 1858. Educated at Seabury Institute, Saybrook, Conn., and at New York University. (Married.) Major 23d Regiment, N. G. N. Y. Director Brooklyn Alcatriz Asphalt Co. and New York State Colonization Society. Member Army and Navy Club, and Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn.

CASE, GEORGE C.-Lawyer, 189 Montague street, Brooklyn: residence 592 Fifth street. Born in Flatbush, L. I., Oct. 31, 1864. Educated at Erasmus Hall Academy and by Professor Amos Clark. (Married.) Makes a specialty of the law of trusts and mechanics' liens. Director Flatbush Trust Co. Member Montauk Club of Brooklyn, Boston Bar and Brooklyn Bar Associations, Aetna Historical Society, and Brooklyn Institute of Art and Sciences.

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CASEY, WILLIAM CHANDLER Storage, 155 Leroy street, New York City; residence 27 Waverley place. Born in New York City, Sept. 28, 1838. cated in Middletown, Conn., and in Flushing, L. I. (Married.) Treasurer House of St. John the Divine. Served twenty-six years in 7th Regiment, 1861 to 1887, thirteen of which as captain. Member Union Club and 7th Regiment Veteran Association.

CASKIN, THEODORE C.-Insurance, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 1700 Broadway. Born in Charleston, S. C. Educated at South Carolina Military Academy. (Married.) Inspector-general of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Member Lawyers' Club and Southern Society.

CASSARD, WILLIAM J. Manager, 56 Warren street, New York City; residence 139 West 70th street. General manager, secretary and director American Whip Export Co. Member Colonial, New York Athletic, Camera and Hardware Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History and New York Association for the Protection of Game.

CASSEDY, WILLIAM F.-Lawyer, 43 Third street, Newburgh; residence 335 Grand street. Born in Newburgh, Oct. 4, 1862. Educated at Newburgh Academy and Cornell University. (Married, 1888.) Member of the firm of Brown & Cassedy. Director Quassaick Na

tional Bank. Member Newburgh City (director) and Powelton Clubs, University, Transportation and Cornell Clubs of New York City, Goshen (N. Y.) Club and Zeta Psi Fraternity.

CASSEL, HARTWIG-Journalist, P. O. Box 1207, Born New York City; residence 111 East 61st street. in Konitz, Germany, Nov. 2, 1850. Educated at Landsberg-on-the-Warthe, and Berlin, Prussia. (Married.) Connected with the "New Yorker Staats-Zeitung," New York "Tribune," "Sun," Associated Press, and the "American Chess Magazine." Member German Press and Manhattan Chess Clubs.

CASSIDY, JAMES-Furs, 454 Fulton street, Brooklyn; residence $51 Carroll street. Born in Ireland, Aug. 15, 1835. (Married.) Member Columbian and Montauk Clubs.

CASTLE, FREDERICK A.-Physician, 51 West 58th street, New York City. Member University and Grolier Clubs, Loyal Legion and New York Academy of Medicine.

CASTLE, WILLIAM A.-Supplies, 41 Park row, New York City; residence Springfield, Mass. Born in Warren, Mass., Oct. 24, 1858. (Married.) Member of the firm of Castle & Gottheil. President R. H. Overton & Son (Inc.). Member Collectors', New York Athletic, Atlantic Yacht and Whist Clubs.

CASWELL, JOHN H.- Real Estate, 87 Front street, New York City; residence 11 West 48th street. Member Grolier and Church Clubs, Columbia Alumni and Century Associations, and Scientific Alliance.

CASWELL, WILLIAM H.-Physician, 201 West 55th street, New York City. Member University and Country Clubs, New England Society and Columbia University Alumni Association.

CATTELL, JAMES MCKEEN-Professor, Columbia University, New York City. Born in Easton, Pa., May 25, 1860. Educated at Lafayette College ('80) and at Leipzig, Germany (Ph.D.). Writer on psychology. Professor of psychology, Columbia University. Editor of "Science" and "Psychological Review."

CAULDWELL, JOHN B.-Commissioner; temporary address, Paris Exposition, Paris, France. Educated at Columbia University (C.E., '77) and in Paris. France. Has traveled extensively and visited most of the international expositions held during the past two decades. United States Commissioner to Paris Exposition, 1900, in charge of fine arts exhibits. Member Union League, Shinnecock Golf and Metropolitan Clubs, Columbia Alumni and Century Associations, and of many societies both here and abroad.

CAULDWELL, LESLIE GIFFEN-Artist, temporary address, Paris, France. Born in New York City, Oct. 18, 1861. Educated at the College of the City of New York. (Single.) Member Fencers' and Barnard Clubs and Architectural League.

CEBALLOS, JUAN M.-Banker, 27 William street, New York City; residence 28 East 62d street. Born and educated in New York City. President and director India Wharf Brewery Co., New York and Porto Rico Steamship Co., St. Nicholas Skating Rink, Central Tuinucu Sugar Cane Mf'g Co., Rosario Sugar Co., Narcissa Sugar Co. and Feliz Sugar Co.; director Western National Bank. Member, Union, New York, Olympic, Democratic, Lawyers', Fifth Avenue Riding, New York Athletic, New York Yacht, Atlantic Yacht and Larchmont Yacht Clubs.

CHACE, WILLIAM H.-Physician, 558 Breckenridge street, Buffalo. Born in Mayville, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1862. Educated at Hobart College and University of Buffalo, Medical Department. (Married.) Member University Club, Buffalo Academy of Medicine, and Erie County Medical Society.

CHADWICK, CHARLES NOYES-President, 62 White street, New York City; residence 692 Willoughby avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Connecticut. Educated at Yale (M.A.) and in Germany. (Married.) President and director C. N. Chadwick & Co.; director Manufacturers' Association of Kings and Queens Counties, New York. Member Sons of the Revolution, Yale Alumni Association of Long Island, and New England Society.

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CHADWICK, HENRY Journalist, 257 avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Exeter, England, Oct. 5, 1824. (Married.) Connected with the Brooklyn "Standard Union." Member Press Club, Brooklyn Chess Club (honorary), and National Baseball League (honorary).

CHAFFEE, EDWARD JAMES-Dry Goods, 256 Church street, New York City; residence 1 West 68th street. Born in Somers, Conn., July 1, 1836. Educated at Pennsylvania Classical Institute. (Married.) Senior member of the firm of Edward J. Chaffee & Co. Member Sons of the American Revolution and New England Society.

CHAFFIN, LUCIEN G.-Journalist and Organist, 26 East 23d street, New York City; residence 141 West 82d street. Born in Worcester, Mass., March 23, 1846. Educated at Brown University. (Single.) Member Brown University Alumni Association and Society of American Musicians and Composers.

CHALMERS, ANDREW BURR-Lawyer, 132 Nassau street, New York City; residence Brooklyn. Born in New York City, May 11, 1841. Educated in public schools and at Columbia College Law School. Admitted to the Bar, May 20, 1865. (Married.) Is engaged in the general practice of the law. Has been member, officer and legal counsel for corporations and many beneficial orders.

CHAMBERLAIN, DANIEL H.-Lawyer, 40 Wall street, New York City; residence West Brookfield, Mass. Member Reform and Yale Clubs, New England and Phi Beta Kappa Societies, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Lafayette Post G. A. R.

CHAMBERLAIN, EDWARD W.- Lawyer, 111 West 42d street, New York City. Member Social Reform and Twilight Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

CHAMBERLAIN, EUGENE TYLER - United States Commissioner, Washington, D. C., residence Albany. Born in Albany, Sept. 28, 1856. Educated at Harvard ('78). In newspaper work, 1882-93, in Albany, as correspondent for Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington papers. Since 1893, United States Commissioner of Navigation. Member Fort Orange Club of Albany.

CHAMBERLAIN, J. CHESTER-Electrical Engineer, Morris Heights, New York City; residence 1 West 81st street. Secretary, treasurer and director Electric Launch Co. Member Marine and Field, and Colonial Clubs, American Institute of Electrical Engineers and Rutgers Alumni Association.

CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN-Clergyman, 587 West 145th street, New York City. Born in New Market, N. H., Dec. 7, 1838. Educated in Davenport, Iowa, at Griswold College (D.D.). (Married.) Assistant general manager of The Church Mission to Deaf Mutes. Curate of St. Ann's Church for Deaf Mutes. Member Metropolitan Museum of Art, Churchmen's Association, and American Geographical Society.

CHAMBERLAIN, LEANDER T.-Clergyman, 287 Fourth avenue, New York City; residence 222 West 23d street. Born in West Brookfield, Mass., Sept. 26, 1838. Educated at Yale and Andover Theological Seminary (D.D.). (Widower.) President Philafrican Liberator's League; secretary United States Evangelical Alliance: secretary and treasurer American and Foreign Christian Union. Member Yale and Quill Clubs, Century Association, Presbyterian Union, American Geographical, New York Historical and New England Societies, and New York Academy of Sciences.

CHAMBERLIN, EMERSON - Stock Broker, 18 Wall street, New York City; residence Summit, N. J. Member of the New York Stock Exchange, Reform, New York Athletic and Players' Clubs and Blooming Grove Park Association.

CHAMBERLIN, GEORGE F.-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 67 West 52d street. Born in Croton Falls, N. Y., April 15, 1861. Educated at Lafayette College, and graduate of Columbia Law School; admitted to New York Bar in 1884. (Married.)

Member of the firm of W. B. & G. F. Chamberlin. Member American Yacht and Apawamis Clubs, Lafayette College Alumni and Dwight Alumni Associations.

CHAMBERLIN, WARD B.-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 1302 Madison avenue. Born in Amenia, Dutchess Co., N. Y., June 25, 1843. Educated at New York University. (Married.) Member of the firm of W. B. & G. F. Chamberlin. Member Psi Upsilon Club and University of New York Alumni Association.

CHAMBERLIN, W. R.-(Colonel.) Lawyer, 7 Onondaga County Savings Bank Building, Syracuse; residence 511 Emerson avenue. Born in Saratoga, N. Y. Educated at State Normal School. (Married.) Admitted to the Bar, 1856. Served in 122d Regiment, New York Volunteers, attached to the 6th Army Corps of the Army of the Potomac during the Civil War; was provost marshal, assistant adjutant-general, judge advocate of the 6th Division, N. G. N. Y., and also supervisor of the town of Geddes. Is a prominent leader of the Republican party. Member Onondaga County Bar Association, G. A. R., and Masonic order.

CHAMBERS, ARTHUR D.-Assistant Treasurer, 26 Exchange place, New York City; residence 81 Walnut street, East Orange, N. J. Born in Somerville, N. J., May 1, 1847. Educated at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) Treasurer and director Hanover and Newport R. R. Co.; director Sussex R. R. Co.; treasurer Morris and Essex R. R. Co., Valley R. R. Co., New York, Lackawanna and Western R. R. Co., and Passaic and Delaware Extension R. R. Co.; assistant treasurer Delaware, Lackawanna and Western R. R. Co. Member Railroad and Reform Clubs, and Down Town Association.

CHAMBERS, FRANK R.-Clothing Merchant, 569 and 1260 Broadway, New York City; residence Bronxville. Member of the firm of Rogers, Peet & Co. Member Merchants' Central Club, Southern Society and American Museum of Natural History.

CHAMBERS, HILARY R.-Secretary, 80 William street, New York City; residence The Rockingham, 56th street and Broadway. Born in New York City, Jan. 25, 1863. Educated at Columbia College ('86). (Married.) Secretary and director Broadway Insurance Co. of New York, Insurance Co. of State of New York, and director Globe and Rutgers Fire Insurance Co. Member Reform Club.

CHAMBERS, JAMES Clergyman, Sherburne; residence 214 Lenox avenue, New York City. Born in Canada, March 1, 1851. Educated at Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary (D.D.). (Married.) Literary editor New York Church Publishing Co.; now engaged temporarily at stock farming. Member Presbyterian Union.

CHAMBERS, JAMES-Lawyer, 5 Beekman street, New York City; residence 215 Lincoln place, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, Nov. 24, 1867. Educated at Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute, Amherst College (A.B. and M.A.), New York Law School (LL.B.) and Columbia Law School. (Single.) Member Union League Club of Brooklyn, Roome Lodge No 746, F. & A. M., and Jerusalem Chapter, No. 8, R. A. M.

CHAMBERS, JULIUS-Editor, 154 Nassau street, New York City; residence 102 West 84th street. Educated at Cornell. Connected with the New York "Journal." Member Authors', Lotos, Quill and Cornell Clubs.

CHAMBERS, ROBERT WILLIAM-Author and Artist, 7 West 43d street, New York City. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 26, 1865. Educated at Ecole des Beaux-Arts and Julian's, Paris, 1886-93. (Married Elsa Vaugh Moler, July 12, 1898.) Illustrated for "Life," "Truth" and "Vogue." Author of "In the Quarter," "The King in Yellow," "The Red Republic," "The Maker of Moons," "The Adventures of a Modest Man" and many magazine stories. Member Authors' and Calumet Clubs and Century Association.

CHAMBERS, WALTER B.-Architect, 35 Wall street, New York City; residence 115 East 72d street.

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CHAMPLIN, JOHN DENISON-Author, 201 West 78th street, New York City. Born in Stonington, Conn., Jan. 29, 1834. Educated at Hopkins Grammar School and Yale. Studied law in Litchfield, Conn. Admitted to the Bar, 1859. Author of "Young Folks' Cyclopedia of Common Things," "Cyclopedia of Persons and Places," "Cyclopedia of Literature and Art," and many others. Associate editor of the "American Cyclopedia" and the "Standard Dictionary." Member Authors' and Barnard Clubs, and Century Association.

CHAMPNEY, JAMES WELLS-Pastel Portrait Painter, 96 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 96 Fifth avenue, and Deerfield, Mass. Born in Boston, Mass., July 16, 1843. (Married.) (A.N.A.) Member Camera, Twilight, Players' and National Arts Clubs, National Academy of Design, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

CHANDLER, ALBERT B.-Telegraphy, 253 Broadway, New York City; residence 389 Clinton avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Randolph, Vt., Aug. 20, 1840. Educated at an academy. (Married Marilla Eunice Stedman.) Manager Western Union Telegraph, Bellaire, Ohio, 1858-9; with Cleveland and Pittsburg Ry., 1859-63; in United States military telegraph service, 1863-6; chief clerk and superintendent Eastern Division, Western Union Telegraph, 1866-75; assistant general manager Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Co., 1875-82; president Fuller Electric Co., 1881-4; with Postal Telegraph and Cable Co. since 1884; president since 1887. President and director Electric Building, Loan and Savings Association and Sprague Electric Co.: acting president and director Pacific Postal Co.; vice-president, general manager and director New York Quotation Co.: trustee Dime Savings Bank of Brooklyn: director American District Telephone Co. of Philadelphia, Brooklyn District Telephone Co., Commercial Cable Building Co., Commercial Cable Co., Postal Telegraph Cable Co., Sprague Electric Elevator Co., United States and Hayti Telegraph and Cable Co., and Van Kannel Revolving Door Co. Member Hardware, Apollo and Magnetic Clubs, New England Society, and Brooklyn Society of Vermonters.

CHANDLER, ARTHUR D.-Publisher, 11 Warren street, New York City; residence Orange, N. J. Director Atlantic Coast Electric R. R. Co., and New York and New Jersey Ferry Co.; publisher and director "North American Review." Member Aldine Association.

CHANDLER, CHARLES FREDERICK-Professor. Columbia University, New York City; residence 51 East 54th street. Born in Lancaster, Mass., Dec. 6, 1836. Educated at Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard, Goettingen (Ph.D., '56) and Berlin. Was professor of chemistry at Union College, College of Physicians and Surgeons and Columbia School of Pharmacy. Professor of chemistry Columbia School of Mines. Author of many chemical works, and expert in important cases. Member Metropolitan, University, Grolier, University Athletic and Camera Clubs, New York Farmers' and Century Associations, New England Society, Scientific Alliance, and American Institute of Mining Engineers.

CHANDLER, LOUIS A.-Lawyer, 25 Pine street, New York City; residence 4 East 43d street. Born in Woodstock, Conn., Dec. 16, 1856. Educated at Woodstock Academy and University of the City of New York. (Single.) Member Manhattan Club, Orange Athletic, Orange and Riding Clubs of Orange, N. J., and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

CHANDLER, WALTER-Insurance, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence Elizabeth, N. J. Born in Elizabeth, July 20, 1848. (Married.) Office manager of New York Stock Exchange firm of C. I. Hudson &

Co. Member Mattano and Elizabeth Athletic Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars, Founders and Patriots of America, and Sons of the American Revolution.

CHANLER, LEWIS STUYVESANT-Lawyer, 16 Exchange place, New York City; residence Barrytown. Born in Newport, R. I., Sept. 24, 1869. (Son of John Winthrop and Margaret [Ward] Chanler.) Educated by private tutors and at Columbia College Law School and Cambridge, England. (Married Alice Chamberlain.) Practicing in New York City since his admission to the Bar in 1891. Member of the board of managers Hudson River State Hospital and House of Refuge, Randall's Island. Member Knickerbocker, St. Nicholas, Racquet and Tennis, Rockaway Hunting, Lawyers', Manhattan and Church Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

CHANLER, WILLIAM ASTOR - Congressman, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C.; residence 83 Clinton place, New York City, and Barrytown. Born in Newport, R. I., June 11, 1867. (Son of John Winthrop and Margaret [Ward] Chanler.) Educated at St. John's School, Sing Sing, Phillips Exeter Academy and at Harvard. (Single.) Represents the Fourteenth New York District in Fifty-sixth Congress. Member Knickerbocker, Racquet and Tennis, Union, Metropolitan, Manhattan, Turf and Field and Army and Navy Clubs, and American Geographical and Tammany Societies.

CHANLER, WINTHROP-Secretary, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 114 East 22d street, and Tuxedo Park. Secretary, treasurer and director Roanoke Rapids Power Co. Member Tuxedo, Union, Knickerbocker, Players' and Racquet Clubs.

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CHAPIN, ALFRED CLARKE - Lawyer, 192 Broadway, New York City; residence 24 East 56th street. Born in South Hadley, Mass., March 8, 1848. Educated at Williams College ('69) and Harvard Law School ('71). (Married Grace Stebbins, 1884.) Admitted to New York Bar, 1872. Member of New York Assembly, 1882-3; State Comptroller, 1884-7; Mayor of Brooklyn, 1888-91; Member of Congress, Second New York District, 1891-2; since 1892 practicing law in New York City. Member Union and Metropolitan Clubs.

CHAPIN, CHARLES B.-Clergyman, 117 Convent avenue, New York City. Born in New York City, May 20, 1855. Educated at Chapin Collegiate School in New York City, Princeton (A.B., '76) and Union Theological Seminary (D.D., '80). Received honorary degree of D.D. from New York University in 1897. (Married.) Was pastor of Presbyterian churches at Norwood, N. J., Freeport, L. I., and Schenectady, N. Y. Pastor of Hamilton Grange Reformed Church in New York City since February, 1893. Member Union Theological Seminary Alumni, and Patria Clubs.

CHAPIN, HENRY, JR.-Cashier, 25 Nassau street, New York City; residence 422 Greene avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Chapinville, Conn., July 2, 1842. (Married.) Member Congregational Club, Institute of Arts and Sciences, and Franklin Literary and New England Societies, all of Brooklyn.

CHAPIN, HENRY BARTON - Clergyman and Principal, 721 Madison avenue, New York City; residence 780 Park avenue. Born in Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1827. Educated at Yale ('47) and Princeton Theological Seminary ('54). (Married.) Principal of Chapin Collegiate School. Chaplain of General Society of the Cincinnati, and of the Society of the Cincinnati in Rhode Island and Providence Plantations; recording secretary of the United States Evangelical Alliance. Member Yale and Princeton Clubs, Society of the Cincinnati, Sons of the Revolution, and Phi Beta Kappa Society.

CHAPIN, HENRY DWIGHT-Physician, 51 West 51st street, New York City. Member Princeton Club, Century Association, Society of Colonial Wars and Sons of the Revolution.

CHAPIN, H. GERALD-Lawyer and Editor, 52 William street, New York City; residence 151 Sterling place, Brooklyn. Born Nov. 27, 1875. Educated at Halsey Collegiate School, New York University and New York Law School. (Single.) Practicing alone. Editor "The American Lawyer." Member MedicoLegal Society.

CHAPIN, JOSIAH L.-Contractor, 105 East 17th street, New York City; residence 34 Gramercy Park. Born in Rhode Island, Aug. 18, 1847. Educated at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Member Union League and Players' Clubs, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

CHAPIN, SAMUEL AUSTIN - Architect, Astor Court, New York City; residence 41 West 50th street. Born in San Francisco, Cal., July 24, 1858. Educated at Amherst College and University of California. (Single.) Member University Club.

CHAPLIN, STEWART-Lawyer, 40 Wall street, New York City; residence 317 West 114th street. Born in Abington, Mass., July 10, 1859. Educated at Brown University and Columbia Law School. (Married.) Member Lawyers' Club and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

CHAPMAN, C. F.-Suit Manufacturer, 100 Wooster street, New York City; residence 319 West 136th street. (Married.) Director Crescent Co. Member New York Athletic Club.

CHAPMAN, CHARLES H.-Merchant, 427 Broadway, New York City; residence 160 Hicks street, Brooklyn. Born in Springboro, Warren Co., Ohio, Sept. 16, 1865. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Single.) Associated with the firm of Field, Chapman & Co. Member Collie, Metropolitan Kennel and Sigma Psi Clubs, and Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn.

CHAPMAN, ELVERTON R.-Banker, 80 Broadway, New York City; residence 132 West 57th street. (Widower.) Member of the firm of Moore & Schley and of the New York Stock Exchange. President and director Jamaica Gas Light Co., Newtown Gas Co., and Harriman and Northeastern Ry. Co.; vice-president and director Virginia and Southwestern Ry. Co., Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Co. and Coal Creek Mining and Manufacturing Co. of Tennessee; treasurer and director Brooklyn Union Gas Co.; director and chairman of executive committee Tennessee Coal, Iron and R. R. Co.; director American District Telegraph Co., Fort Wayne, Cincinnati and Louisville R. R. Co., New York Mutual Telegraph Co., City Trust Co., Citizens' Trust and Deposit Co. of Baltimore, Md., Empire Iron and Steel Co., Cleveland and Sandusky Brewing Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, and Western Gas and Fuel Co. Member Union League, Colonial, New York Athletic and Atlantic Yacht Clubs.

West CHAPMAN, GEORGE-Lawyer, 23 26th street, New York City; residence 27 West 44th street. Born in Florence, Italy, Feb. 13, 1870. Educated at St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., and at Harvard. (Married.) Engaged in the office of the Astor estate. Director and general counsel Findlay, Fort Wayne and Western Ry. Co.; director Indianapolis Belt Railroad and Stockyard Co. Member Harvard Club.

CHAPMAN, HENRY T.-Stock Broker, 66 Broadway, New York City; residence 340 Clinton avenue, Brooklyn. Born in New York City. June 19, 1837. Educated in Brooklyn, France and England. (Married.) Member Fine Arts Club, and Brooklyn and Rembrandt Clubs of Brooklyn.

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY-Lawyer, 56 Wall street, New York City: residence 325 West 82d street. Born in New York City, 1862. Educated at Harvard (84). (Married.) Member City and Lawyers' Clubs, Century Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

CHAPMAN, JOSEPH H.-Secretary, 51 Wall street, New York City: residence East Orange, N. J. Born in New York City. Educated at Male High School, New York City. (Married.) President and director Kensington Coal and Iron Co.; secretary and director Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co.; trustee Atlantic Trust Co. and Franklin Savings Bank; director Randolph Water Co. Member Lafayette Post, G. A. R.

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM ALLEN-Civil Engineer, Hillburn. Born in Canajoharie, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1852. Educated at Rutgers College. (Single.) Member Delta Kappa Epsilon, Engineers' and University Clubs of New York City, Sons of the Revolution, and Rutgers College Alumni Association.

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM H.-President, 540 Broadway, New York City; residence 116 West 85th street. Born in Easthampton, Mass., Sept. 24, 1834. Educated at Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Mass. (Married.) President and director Williston & Knight Co. Member Colonial and Republican Clubs, New England Society, West End Association, and Chamber of Com

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CHARD, J. ALFRED-Merchant, 253 Front street, Born New York City; residence 347 West 87th street. in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 24, 1869. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and Amherst College ('92). (Married.) Senior partner in the firm of Chard & Howe, manufacturers of oils and greases. Member Alpha Delta Phi and Salmagundi Clubs.

CHARD, R. J.-Retired, 347 West 87th street, New York City. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, June 22, 1839. Educated at Buffalo High School. (Married.) Member Ohio Society.

CHARLOUIS. JEAN I.-Journalist, 61 East Ninth street, New York City; residence 441 Park avenue. Born in Havre, France, Feb. 25, 1844. Educated at St. Cyr, Paris. (Married.) Connected with the publishing firm of E. L. Kellogg & Co. Member Press Club and Pen and Pencil Club of Philadelphia.

CHASE, AUSTIN C. - Manufacturer and Real Estate, Syracuse. Born in Whitefield, N. H., Nov. 16, 1834. Educated on a farm and in common schools. (Married.) President Syracuse Chilled Plow Co.; vice-president Syracuse Savings Bank; trustee New York State Agricultural Society, New York State Experiment Station, Onondaga Orphan Asylum, St. Joseph's Hospital and Onondaga County Homeopathic Hospital. Member Citizens' Club and Syracuse Athletic Association and Republican Club of New York City.

CHASE, EDWARD E.-Vice-President, 20 Broad street, New York City; residence 38 Union square East. Vice-president and director Iowa Central Ry. Co. Member Army and Navy, Manhattan, New York Yacht and Larchmont Yacht Clubs and New England Society.

CHASE, EMORY A.-Supreme Court Justice. Catskill; residence 25 Prospect avenue. Born in Hensonville, Greene Co., N. Y., Aug. 31, 1854. Educated in common schools and at Fort Edward Collegiate Institute. (Married.) Justice Supreme Court for Third Judicial District. First vice-president Catskill Savings Bank; director Tanners' National Bank of Catskill, and other institutions. Has been supervisor, president of board of education and corporation counsel of Catskill. Member Rip Van Winkle Club, Fort Orange Club of Albany, and Troy Club of Troy.

CHASE, GEORGE--Lawyer and Teacher, 35 Nassau street, New York City; residence 309 West 74th street. Born in Portland, Me., Dec. 29, 1849. Educated at Yale (A.B., '70) and Columbia College Law School (LL.B., '73). (Married.) Dean of New York Law School. Author of "Stephen's Digest of the Law of Evidence," "Chase's Edition of Blackstone," "Chase's Cases on Torts" and many other legal works. Member Lawyers', University, University Athletic and Yale Clubs, American Geographical Society, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

CHASE, GEORGE DAVIS-Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 309 Eddy street. Born in Dighton, Mass., Oct. 27, 1867. Educated at Harvard and at the University of Leipsic, Germany. (Married.) Assistant professor of comparative philology at Cornell University.

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CHEEVER, H. DURANT-Insulated Wires and Cables, 253 Broadway, New York City; residence Far Rockaway, L. I. Born in New York City, Jan. 9, 1867. Educated at St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., and Harvard ('88). (Single.) General manager and director The Okonite Co. (Ltd.); secretary and director New York Belting and Packing Co. (Ltd.). Member Union, Harvard, Hardware, Racquet and Tennis, and New York Yacht Clubs, Country Club of Westchester, and Somerset Club of Boston, Mass.

CHEEVER, JOHN D.-Bicycle Merchant, 11 Warren street, New York City: residence 53 East 30th street, and Cedarhurst, L. I. President and director U. S. A. Export Co. Member Union, Racquet and Tennis, and Rockaway Hunt Clubs, and Trinity Alumni Association.

CHEEVER, JOHN H.-President, 25 Park place, and 136 Liberty street, New York City; residence "Wave Crest," Far Rockaway, L. I. President and director Mechanical Rubber Co., and New York Belting and Packing Co. (Ltd.). Member Union Club, Century Association, New England Society, National Academy of Designn and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

CHENERY, LEONARD (Lieutenant-Commander.) United States Navy, retired; residence University Club, New York City. Born in Northampton, Mass., March 11, 1846. Educated in California public and private schools, and at United States Naval Academy. Member Union, University, New York, Players', Larchmont Yacht, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht, and Coney Island Jockey Clubs, American Geographical Society, Loyal Legion, Society of Colonial Wars, Naval and Military Order of the Spanish-American War, Sons of the Revolution, and General Recorder of Naval Order of the United States.

CHENEY, GEORGE L.-Lawyer and Manufacturer, Deep River, Conn.; residence 131 East 57th street, New York City. Born in Providence, R. I., March 9, 1857. Educated at Harvard College and Harvard Law

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CHESTER, WILLIAM S.-Musician and Electrical Engineer, 143 Liberty street, New York City; residence 68 Washington square, South. Born in Englewood, N. J., Dec. 7, 1865. Educated at Stevens Institute of Technology (M.E., '86). (Married.) Electrical engineer and contractor in the organ department C. & C. Electric Co.; organist and choirmaster St. George's P. E. Church. Founder of the American Guild of Organists. Member Players', Clef, St. George's Athletic, Marine and Field, and Old Colony Clubs, and Delta Tau Delta Fraternity.

CHEVALIER, GEORGE - Merchant, 120 Front street, New York City: residence White Plains. Member of the firm of Chevalier Bros. Member New York Athletic and Harvard Clubs, and Down Town Association.

CHEW, BEVERLY-Secretary, 37 Wall street, New York City; residence 47 West 43d street. Born in Geneva, N. Y.. March 5, 1850. Educated at Hobart College. (Single.) Secretary Metropolitan Trust Co. Member Players', University, Grolier and Church Clubs, Colonial Order, Century Association, and Dunlap Society.

CHEW, JOHN CALHOUN--Lawyer, 35 Broad street, New York City. Born in Holly Springs, Miss., May 28, 1838. (Son of John and Mary Ann [Smith] Chew.) Educated at Chalmers' Institute, Holly Springs, at a Virginia college and at University of Louisville ('60). (Married.) Practicing in New York City since 1872. Fiscal agent of the State of Texas in New York City, 1873-4; United States Commissioner representing the same State at Centennial Exhibition held at Philadelphia, Pa., 1873-6 (by appointment of President Grant).

CHILD, CHARLES G., JR.-Physician, 61 West 45th street, New York City. Born in New York City, March 14, 1873. Educated at Yale, and in Dublin and Berlin. Member Yale Club.

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