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COLY, D.-Broker, 20 Broad street, New York City; residence 719 Garden street, Hoboken, N. J. Born in Diepenau, Germany, May 9, 1845. Educated in Vegesack and Bremen, Germany. (Married.) Member of the firm of C. H. Bachem & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Valencia Boat and Hoboken Quartette Clubs, and Hoboken Council No. 99, Royal Arcanum.

COMES, W. IRVING-President, 132 Nassau street, New York City; residence 106 Hancock street, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1839. Educated at Chelsea Collegiate Institute, New York City. (Married.) President and director Marietta Run Coal and Coke Co.; president Commercial Mutual Insurance Co.; secretary American Bureau of Shipping. Pilot commissioner Port of New York. Member Union League Club, Aurora Grata and Scottish Rite bodies, all of Brooklyn.

COMPTON, ALEXANDER T.-Lawyer, 237 Broadway, New York City; residence Summit, N. J. Member Democratic Club, American Geographical Society, Union Alumni Association, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

COMSTOCK, CYRUS B.-General, United States Army, 39 Whitehall street, New York City; residence 34 West 25th street. Born in Wrentham, Mass., Feb. 3, 1831. Educated at United States Military Academy. (Single.) Director Panama R. R. Co. Member Union Club, Century Association, Loyal Legion, American Society of Civil Engineers, and National Academy of Sciences.

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COMSTOCK, FREDERICK H.-Lawyer, 36 Wall street, New York City; residence 119 West 86th street. Born in New York City, Sept. 10, 1853. Educated at the College of the City of New York and Columbia College Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm Adams & Comstock. Treasurer Oratorio Society of New York. Member New York Mineralogical, Lawyers' and University Clubs, American Geographical and New York Historical Societies, American Museum of Natural History, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

COMSTOCK, JOHN HENRY-Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 47 East avenue. Professor of entomology and general invertebrate zoology at Cornell University. Member Delta Upsilon Society.

CONANT, ERNEST LEE - Lawyer, 32 Liberty street, New York City; residence University Club. Born in Dudley, Mass., Sept. 11, 1859. Educated at Harvard College and Law School. (Single.) Member of the firm of Page & Conant of New York City, and Havana, Cuba. Member Harvard, University and Barnard Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

CONANT, THOMAS O.-Editor, 38 Park row, New York City; residence 180 West 88th street. Born in Hamilton, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1838. (Married.) Member Quill Club.

CONCKLIN, HENRY S. Lawyer, 175 Remsen street, Brooklyn; residence 117 Montague street. Born in Dutchess County, N. Y., 1858. Educated at Cornell University (B.A., '81). (Married.) Chief examiner of titles in Brooklyn office of Title Guarantee and Trust Co. Member Puritan Lodge No. 339, F. & A. M., Constitution Chapter No. 230, R. A. M., and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

CONDIT, JOHN W.-Director, 290 Broadway, New York City; residence 763 Fifth avenue. Born in Newark, N. J. (Married.) Director American Lloyds Co., Colonial Insurance Co., Eagle Fire Insurance Co., Empire City Fire Insurance Co., Great Western Lloyds Co. and Washington Assurance Co. Member Colonial and Lawyers' Clubs.

CONDON, THOMAS G.-Mines and Railroads, 66 Beaver street, New York City; residence Tuxedo Park. (Married.) President and director Hanover Improvement Co.; vice-president, general manager and director Silver City and Northern R. R. Co.; vice-president and director Southwestern Coal and Iron Co.; treasurer and director Fireproofine Co. Member Union,

Racquet and Tennis, New York Yacht and Tuxedo Clubs, Down Town Association, and Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson.

CONE, ANDREW-General Advertising, 154 Nassau street, New York City; residence 314 West 90th street. Member Colonial, Columbia Yacht and Marine and Field Clubs and Sons of the American Revolution.

CONE, EDWARD PAYSON-Manager, 182 William street, New York City; residence 314 West 90th street. Connected with the New York "Ledger." Member Twilight, Union League, Lotos, Press and Patria Clubs, New England and Genealogical and Biographical Societies, Society of Founders and Patriots of America, G. A. R., and Sons of the American Revolution.

CONE, HENRY H.-Broker, 20 Broad street, New York City; residence Plainfield, N. J. Born in New York City, March 14, 1865. Educated at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) Member of the firm of De Billier & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Hillside Golf and Union League Clubs.

CONKLIN, EUGENE H.-Leather Merchant, 34 Spruce street, New York City; residence 145 West 77th street. Educated at Grammar School No. 35, and Mechanics Institute. (Married.) Director New York Board of Trade and Transportation. Member Baptist Social Union, West Side Republican Club, Lafayette Post G. A. R., Veteran Association 71st Regiment N. G. N. Y., and Chamber of Commerce.

CONKLIN, ROLAND R.Vice-President, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence 524 Fifth avenue. Born in Urbana, Ill., Feb. 1, 1858. Educated at University of Illinois. (Married.) Vice-president and director North American Trust Co. and Augusta Railway and Electric Co.; director United States Land Co., Bear River Irrigation Co., Ogden City Railway Co. and Ottawa Waterworks and Electric Light Co. Member Lawyers' and Colonial Clubs and Chicago Club of Chicago.

CONKLIN, STANLEY L.-Secretary, 149 Broadway, New York City; residence 172 West 72d street. Secretary and director North American Trust Co.; director United States Land Co. Member Colonial Club.

CONKLIN, W. J.-Physician and Surgeon, Fiskkill. Born in Cornwall, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1846. Educated at Madison (now Colgate) University and in Medical Department of the University of the City of New York (M.D.). (Married.) Was health officer of Fishkill for five years and coroner of Dutchess County for six years. Consulting physician to Highland Hospital. Vice-president and director Fishkill Electric Ry. Co.; director First National Bank of Fishkill Landing and Citizens' Street Ry. Co.; trustee Fishkill Savings Institution. Member Matteawan Club, Dutchess Club of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County Medical Society, Medical Society of the State of New York, Beacon Lodge No. 283, F. & A. M., and Hudson River Lodge No. 57, Knights of Pythias.

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N. Y. Ex-senior master of ceremonies Kane Lodge, F. & A. M.; life member and ex-commander Coeur de Lion Commandery, Knights Templar; life member New York Consistory A. & A. S. R.; honorary member Company C, 23d Regiment, and of Company I, 71st Regiment, N. G. N. Y.; member Reform Club, Crescent Athletic, Young Republican and Brooklyn Revolver Clubs of Brooklyn, Templar Knights Commanders Association of New York, Officers' Association of the 23d Regiment, N. G. N. Y., Manhattan Rifle and Revolver Association and Mecca Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.

CONNELL, JOHN J. Lawyer, Criminal Court Building, New York City; residence 14 South William street. Born in New York City, June 6, 1874. Educated at St. Peter's Parochial School, De La Salle Institute, Cornell University and New York Law School (LL.B., '96). Appointed deputy assistant district attorney, 1898, which position he still holds.

CONNELLY, HENRY C.-Merchant and Manufacturer, Kingston; residence 82 Fair street. Born in Ulster County, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1832. Educated in common schools. (Married.) Member of the firm of Connelly & Shafer. President Kingston Savings Bank 1874-99; was State senator in 1874-5 and 1886-7. Trustee Kingston Savings Bank; director Kingston National Bank. Member Rondout Lodge No. 343, F. & A. M., Mt. Horeb Chapter No. 75, R. A. M., and Rondout Commandery No. 52, Knights Templar.

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CONNOLY, THEODORE-Lawyer, 3 Tryon row, New York City; residence 30 East 35th street. Born in New Orleans, La. Educated at the Lyceé in Tours, France. Admitted to the New York Bar, 1872. Legal editor New York "Law Journal" for three years. an authority on corporation law. Appointed assistant corporation counsel Feb. 1, 1891, and first assistant Jan. 1, 1898. Author of "New York Citations" (2 vols.); editor of "New York Criminal Reports" (8 vols.) and "Surrogate's Reports" (2 vols.). Member Manhattan and Democratic Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

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CONNOR, WASHINGTON E. - Stock Broker, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 532 Madison Born in New York City, Dec. 15, 1849. cated in public schools, and studied one year at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) In 1871 became member of the New York Stock Exchange; formed partnership with the late Jay Gould under firm name of W. E. Connor & Co.; retired from active business in 1887. Member Union League, Republican, New York Athletic, American Yacht and Larchmont Yacht Clubs, American Geographical Society, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and American Museum of Natural History.

CONOVER, AUGUSTUS W.-Pictures and Paintings, 204 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 111 East 69th street. Member Delta Kappa Epsilon, New York Athletic and New York Yacht Clubs and Aldine Association.

CONOVER, FRANK E.-Builder, 253 Broadway, New York City; residence 345 West 87th street. Member Union League, Building Trades and Hardware Clubs, Sullivan County (N. Y.) Club, Sons of the Revolution, and Holland Society.

CONOVER, WARREN A.-Contractor and Builder, 253 Broadway, New York City; residence 49 West 69th street. Member of the firm of W. A. & F. E. ConDirector New York Building Appraisement Co.; trustee Broadway Savings Institution. Member New York Athletic, Colonial, Building Trades, Hardware and Commercial Clubs and Holland Society.

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CONROW, JAMES W.-Retired, 23 Astor place, New York City; residence 122 West 81st street. Born in New York City, Feb. 28, 1836. Educated in public schools. (Married.) Ex-vice-president and director Astor Place Bank and member of finance committee and advistory board. Member Presbyterian Union and Sons of the Revolution.

CONSTABLE, FREDERICK A.-Dry Goods Merchant, 883 Broadway, New York City; residence 9 East 83d street. Member of the firm of Arnold, Constable & Co. Member American Yacht, New York Yacht, Larchmont Yacht and Riding Clubs, Aldine Association and American Museum of Natural History.

CONSTABLE, JAMES M.-Dry Goods Merchant, 833 Broadway, New York City; residence 240 Madison avenue. Member of the firm of Arnold, Constable & Co. Vice-president and trustee Institution for Savings of Merchants' Clerks; director Bank of New York. Member Reform Club, Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Academy of Design, American Museum of Natural History, American Geographical Society, and Aldine Association.

CONTRELL, C. B.-Residence 39 Cambridge place, Brooklyn. Born in New York City. Educated in Brooklyn. (Single.) Member Crescent Athletic and Lincoln Clubs and Long Island Wheelmen.

CONVERSE, EDMUND COGSWELL-President, 26 Cortlandt street, New York City; residence 3 East 78th street and Greenwich, Conn. Born in Boston, Mass., in 1849. Educated at Boston Latin School. (Married.) President and director National Tube Co. and National Tube Works Co.; trustee American Bank Note Co.; director Liberty National Bank; general manager and director McKeesport Connecting Railway Co. Member Union League, Lawyers', New York Athletic, Metropolitan, American Yacht, SeawanhakaCorinthian Yacht, Republican, Ardsley Golf and Fairfield County Golf Clubs, Sons of the American Revolution, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Society of Colonial Wars.

CONVERSE, J. STEDMAN-Surgeon Dentist, 42 West 40th street, New York City. Member Republican, Lotos and Union League Clubs and Ohio Society.

COOGAN, JAMES J.-President, City Hall, New York City; residence 599 Fifth avenue. (Married Harriet G. Lynch.) President of the Borough of Manhattan, New York City. Member Press Club and others.

COOK, CHARLES T.-Jeweler and Silversmith, 15 Union square, West, New York City; residence 2 West 48th street. Born in New York City, May 17, 1835. Educated in New York City public schools. (Married.) Vice-president and director Tiffany & Co.; director Knickerbocker Trust Co.; trustee Bowery Savings Bank. Member Grolier, Union League and Manhattan Clubs, American Fine Arts Society, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History and Century and Aldine Associations.

COOK, HENRY FRANCIS - Manufacturer of Watch Cases and Silverware, 54 Maiden lane, New York City; residence Sag Harbor, L. I. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1855. (Married.) Vice-president and director Alvin Mf'g Co., Peconic Bank and Sag Harbor Water Co.; treasurer and director Fahys

Watch Case Co., and Brooklyn Watch Case Co.; director Sag Harbor Savings Bank. Member Republican and Union League Clubs, Down Town Association, Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars, Chamber of Commerce, and Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.

COOK, HENRY H.-Director, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence 1 East 78th street. Born in Steuben County, N. Y., May 13, 1822. Educated in Canandaigua, N. Y. (Married.) Trustee American Surety Co.; director National Bank of North America and State Trust Co. Member Union League and Metropolitan Clubs, American Geographical and American Fine Art Societies, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Lafayette Post, G. A. R.

COOK, THOMAS P.-President, 114 William street, New York City. President and director New York Quinine and Chemical Works (Ltd.) Member Drug Club.

COOK, WALTER-Architect, 3 West 29th street, New York City; residence 135 East 37th street. Member Harvard, University and Barnard Clubs, Century Association and American Institute of Architects.

COOK, WILLIAM W.- Lawyer, 253 Broadway, New York City; residence Manhattan Club. Member Manhattan, Hardware and Marine and Field Clubs, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

COOKE, HARTE-Mechanical Engineer, 101 Orchard street, Auburn; residence 60 East Genesee street. Born in Whitehall, N. Y., March 1, 1871. Educated in Whitehall and at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. (Single.) Was with W. W. Cooke & Sons Co. of Whitehall, and Cohoes F. & M. Co., of Cohoes; with McIntosh, Seymour & Co., of Auburn, since March 1, 1892. Member City Club and (associate) American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

COOLEY, ELMER E.-Lawyer, 149 Broadway, New York City; residence 19 West 102d street. Born in New Jersey, Nov. 18, 1865. Educated at Peddie Institute, Columbia College, and New York Law School. (Married.) Member Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

COOLEY, JAMES C.- Dry Goods Commission Merchant, 24 Thomas and 113 Duane streets, New York City; residence Eastchester road, Westchester. Member of the firm of Cooley, Turnbull & Co. Member Union and Country Clubs, New England Society and Loyal Legion.

COOLEY, JESSE L.-Accountant, Robinson Building, Elmira; residence 306 West Water street. Born in Elmira, Oct. 13, 1827. Educated in Elmira, (Widower.) First vice-president Elmira Savings Bank; secretary Elmira Mutual Building Loan Association; trustee Young Men's Christian Association. Secretary and treasurer since January, 1877, Elmira Iron and Steel Rolling Mill Co., now merged in the Elmira Steel Co. Member Masonic bodies.

COOLEY, LEROY C.-Professor, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie; residence 2 Reservoir square. Born in Point Peninsula, N. Y. Educated at New York State Normal College and Union College. (Married.) Professor of science for thirteen years in New York State Normal College; president New York State Science Teachers' Association, 1899. Now professor of physics in Vassar College. Member Union College Alumni, and New York State Science Teachers' Associations, and Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science.

COOMBS, WILLIAM J.-President, 198 Montague street, Brooklyn; residence 63 South Portland avenue. Born in Jordan, Onondaga Co., N. Y., Dec. 24, 1833. Educated at Jordan Academy. (Married.) Served as a member of the Fifty-second and Fifty-third Congresses. President and director Manufacturers' Trust Co. of Brooklyn; government director Union Pacific R. R. Co.; director Flint, Eddy & Co., Mechanical Rubber Co. and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children; trustee Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. Member Hamilton, Brooklyn and Commonwealth Clubs, Reform Club of New York City and Manufacturers' Association of Kings and Queens Counties.

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COOPER, CHARLES-President, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence 174 Hancock street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, Feb. 14, 1857. Educated in Brooklyn. (Married.) President Albany and Hudson Railroad and Power Co.; trustee Brevoort Savings Bank of Brooklyn; director Hamilton Trust Co., and Kings County Electric Light and Power Co. of Brooklyn. Member Union League Club of Brooklyn.

COOPER, EDWARD-Iron Manufacturer, 15 Burling Slip, New York City; residence 12 Washington square, North. Born in New York City, Oct. 26, 1824. (Son of Peter Cooper.) Educated in public schools and at Columbia. Member of the firm of Cooper, Hewitt & Co., owners Trenton Iron Works, and other business establishments. President and director Cooper Union Labor Bureau, New Jersey Steel and Iron Co., and Peter Cooper's Glue Factory; director Chrysolite Silver Mining Co.; trustee United States Trust Co. Member Metropolitan, City, Union, St. Nicholas, University, Engineers' Manhattan, Knickerbocker, Crescent Athletic and Tuxedo Clubs, Down Town and Century Associations, National Academy of Design and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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COOPER, THEODORE-Consulting Engineer, 35 Broadway, New York City; residence 12 East 33d street. Born in Coopers Plains, Steuben Co., N. Y., Jan. 12, 1839. Educated at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ('58). (Single.) Employed in the engineer's office of the United States Navy, 1861-72. Member Century Association, Loyal Legion, American Fine Arts and New York Historical Societies, American Society of Civil Engineers, Chamber of Commerce, Naval Institute, American Museum of Natural History, and American Institute of Architects.

COOPER, WALTER M.-Dry Goods Merchant, 65 Worth street, New York City; residence 125 First place, Brooklyn. Born and educated in Brooklyn. (Married.) Connected with the house of Francis H. Holmes. Member Arkwright Club, and Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn.

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COOPER, WALTER W. Lawyer, Little Falls; residence 295 Delaware avenue, Buffalo, and Little Falls. Born in Little Falls, May 6, 1872. Educated at Williams College and University of Buffalo Law School. (Single.) Member Zeta Psi and Phi Delta Phi Fraternities and University Club of Buffalo.

COPP, WILLIAM AMASA - Lawyer, 15 Broad street, New York City; residence 1 West 46th street. Member Riding Club, New England Society and Lafayette Post G. A. R.

COPP, WILLIAM M.-Soldier; residence 1 West 46th street, New York City. Born in New Haven, Conn., Sept. 18, 1872. Educated at Yale and at New York Law School. (Single.) Second lieutenant 6th United States Artillery; serving (July, 1900) in Manila, Philippine Islands. Member Riding Club, Sons of the Revolution, and Society of Colonial Wars.

COPPELL, ARTHUR-Banker, 24 Exchange place, New York City; residence 40 Fifth avenue. Member of the firm of Maitland, Coppell & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Director Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Co., and Rio Grande Southern Railroad Co. Member Racquet and Tennis Club.

COPPELL, GEORGE-Banker, 45 William street and 24 Exchange place, New York City; residence 40 Fifth avenue and "The Towers," Tenafly, N. J. Member of the firm of Maitland, Coppell & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. President and director Railway Equipment Co. of Minnesota, Chicago, Wisconsin and Minnesota Ry. Co. and Central Car Co.; vice-president and director Denver Consolidated Gas Co., McKenna Steel Working Co. of Joliet, Ill., Rio Grande Southern R. R. Co. and United States Guarantee Co.; chairman board of directors Denver and Rio Grande R. R. Co. and Wisconsin Central Ry. Co.; director Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co., Audit Co. of New York, Denver Union Water Co., Equitable Securities Co., Metropolitan Trust Co., Bankers' Trust Co., Norfolk and Western Ry. Co. and Flint and Pere Marquette Ry. Co. Member Metropolitan, Church, Reform, Lawyers', City and Arts Clubs, Down Town Association, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Geographical Society and Botanical Gardens.

CORBIN, AUSTIN-Capitalist, 192 Broadway, New York City; residence 763 Fifth avenue. President and director Atlantic Brass Co., Real Estate Mortgage Co. and Rockaway Park Improvement Co.; vice-president and director Manhattan Beach Co., Manhattan Beach Hotel and Land Co., New York, Brooklyn and Manhattan Beach R. R. Co. and Sunny Side Co.; director Hilliker Co. of New York, Marginal R. R. Co. and many others. Member Fencers', New York Athletic, Lawyers' and Lambs' Clubs.

CORBIN, MATTHEW MAURY-Engineer, General Electric Co., Schenectady; residence 241 Liberty street. Born in Fredericksburg, Va., Nov. 15, 1873. Educated at Virginia Military Institute, and Johns Hopkins University. (Single.) Assistant engineer, railway department General Electric Co. Was construction engineer for the Huff Signal Co. of Baltimore, Md.; was second lieutenant in 1st Regiment. United States Volunteer Engineers, and promoted to first lieutenant while serving at Guanica, Porto Rico, during Spanish-American war; during September, 1898, was in command of garrison at Yauco, Porto Rico. Member Fort Orange Club of Albany, Mohawk Golf Club of Schenectady, and Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity.

CORDIER, AUGUSTE J.-Hardware Merchant, 19 Cliff street, New York City; residence 24 Montgomery place, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Feb. 27, 1854. (Married.) Vice-president and director Lalance & Grosjean Mf'g Co., and Woodhaven Supply Co. Member Fulton, Riding and Driving and Montauk Clubs of Brooklyn, and Chamber of Commerce.

CORDIER, CHARLES X.-Agent, 253 Broadway, New York City; residence 37 West 97th street. Born in New York City, June 25, 1846. Educated at St. Vincent de Paul's. (Married.) Agent Monarch Mfg Co. of Waterbury, Conn.; managing agent for New York and part owner Ozonia Co. and Ikant Kanu Co. Member Hardware and Fulton Clubs.

CORNELL. ALONZO B.-Capitalist, 195 Broadway, New York City; residence Ithaca. Born in Ithaca, Jan. 22, 1832. (Son of Ezra Cornell, founder of Cornell University.) Educated at Ithaca Academy. Became telegraph operator and manager; vice-president and cashier First National Bank of Ithaca, 1864-9; surveyor of customs, New York City, 1869-73; member and Speaker of the Assembly; naval officer, Port of New York, 1876-8; Governor of New York State, 1880-3. Established the American District Telegraph Co. messenger service. Director Western Union Telegraph Co., American Ry. Electric Light Co. and Industrial Development Co.; trustee Cornell University. Member Union League and Cornell Clubs, Oxford Club of Brooklyn and New York Genealogical Society.

CORNELL, C. G., JR.-Pipe Fittings, 13 Gold street, New York City; residence 240 West 139th street. Born in New York City, June 24, 1862. Educated in New York City. (Single.) Member of the firm of Cornell & Underhill. Member New York Athletic and Players' Clubs.

CONNELL, J. N. HAYWARD-Civil Engineer, 136 Liberty street, New York City; residence New Rochelle. Member New York Athletic and Engineers' Clubs and American Society of Civil Engineers.

CORNELL, PETER G.-Transportation, Piers 6 and 46, North River, New York City; residence 109th street and Central Park West. Born in Catskill, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1871. Educated at Columbia College. (Married.) President and director Keyport Steamboat Co., New Brunswick, Amboy and New York Steamboat Co., and New York and Keyport Transportation Co.; treasurer and director Citizens' Steamboat Co. Member St. Anthony Club.

CORNELL, ROBERT CLIFFORD - City Magistrate, New York City; residence 33 Irving place. Born, 1853. Educated at Columbia College ('74) and Columbia Law School ('76). Term as magistrate expires July 1, 1905. Member University, St. Anthony, Larchmont Yacht, University Athletic and Westminster Kennel Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York and Columbia University Alumni and Century Associations.

CORNELL, RUSSELL R.-Paper Merchant, 160 Franklin street, New York City; residence 67 West 83d street. Born in New York City, July 23, 1853. Educated at Grammar School No. 35. (Married.) DiMemrector Metropolitan Plate Glass Insurance Co. ber New England Society and American Museum of Natural History.

CORNELL, WILLIAM T.-Cashier, 34 East 42d street, New York City; residence 316 West 81st street. Born in Scarsdale, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1845. (Married.) Cashier Lincoln National Bank. Member Union League Club.

CORNING, EDWARD-Contractor, 78 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 326 West 83d street. Born in New York City, July 20, 1857. Educated at Park Institute, Rye, N. Y. (Married.) Member Chamber of Commerce.

CORNING, FREDERICK G.-Mining Engineer, 35 Wall street, New York City; residence 14 Pierrepont street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, March 27, 1857. Educated at Mining Academy of Freiberg, Germany. (Married.) President and director Exploration Co. of New York, San Cristobal Mines Co., and Guanajuato Consolidated Mining and Milling Co.; treasurer The Briquette Coal Co. Member American Institute of Mining Engineers and Lawyers' Club.

CORNING, GEORGE M.-Banking, 52 Wall street, New York City; residence East Orange, N. J. Born in New York City, Aug. 6, 1856. (Single.) Assistant secretary New York Life Insurance and Trust Co. Member Union League, New York Athletic and Republican Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Geographical Society.

CORNISH, LOUIS H.-Publisher, 18 Rose street, New York City; residence 371 Monroe street, Brooklyn. Born in Hartford, Conn., May 23, 1855. Educated in public schools. (Married.) Editor and publisher of the "Spirit of '76"; proprietor Cornish Mailing Agency. Member Sons of the American Revolution, L. A. W., Berkshire Club, and League of American Publishers.

CORSON, HIRAM-Professor and Author, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence Cascadilla Cottage. Professor of English literature at Cornell University. Author of several works on the study of Shakespeare.

CORTIS, ARTHUR M.-Insurance, 43 Cedar street, New York City; residence 254 Monroe street, Brooklyn. (Married.) Member of the firm of Cortis Bros. Member Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn.

CORWIN, HAMILTON STEWART Certified Public Accountant, 30 Broad street, New York City; residence East Orange, N. J. Born in Orange County, N. Y., March 26, 1855. (Married.) Member of the firm of Patterson, Corwin & Patterson. Member Lawyers' Club, Montauk Club of Brooklyn, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolution, Long Island Historical Society and Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.

CORWIN, JOHN HOWARD-Lawyer, 150 Nassau street, New York City; residence Yonkers. Born in San José, Cal., July 5, 1852. Educated at Williams

College ('75) and Columbia Law School ('77). (Married.) Member of the firm of Harris, Corwin & Gunnison. Member Society of Medical Jurisprudence and Williams College Alumni Association.

CORWINE, QUINTON-Lawyer, 84 Cotton Exchange Building, New York City; residence New Rochelle. Member Delta Kappa Epsilon Club, Ohio Society and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

COSBY, ARTHUR F.-Lawyer, 62 William street, New York City; residence 24 West 45th street. Born in San Francisco, Cal. Educated at Phillips Andover Academy, Harvard University and Columbian University Law School. Was private in Troop K, Rough Riders; wounded at Santiago de Cuba, July 1, 1898, and promoted to captain, and assistant adutant-general, United States Volunteers; resigned April, 1899. Member Harvard and City Clubs.

COSBY, JOHN B.-Commissioner, 55th street and Sixth avenue, New York City; residence 48 West 20th street. Born in Carthage, Tenn. Educated in Jackson, Tenn., and at a Baltimore (Md.) medical college, from which he graduated with degree of M.D. Practiced medicine in his native town for several months; removed to New York City; connected with city hospitals for two years; then opened his own office and engaged in general practice; appointed commissioner of the new Health Board, 1898, which position he still holds.

COSTER, CHARLES H.-Banker, 23 Wall street, New York City; residence 37 East 37th street and Tuxedo. Born in Newport, R. I., July 24, 1852. (Married.) Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of J. P. Morgan & Co. President and director Buffalo Creek R. R. Co.; member of the board of managers Philadelphia and Reading Ry. Co.; director Alabama Great Southern R. R. Co., Asheville and Spartanburg Ry. Co., Buffalo and Lockport Ry. Co., Buffalo and Niagara Falls Electric Ry. Co., Buffalo Ry. Co., Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. Co., Chicago and Erie R. R. Co., Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville R. R. Co., Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul R. R. Co., Clifton Suspension Bridge Ry. Co., Detroit and Mackinac Ry. Co., Edison Electric Illuminating Co., Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Ry. Co. of Boston, Erie R. R. Co.. General Electric Co., Hocking Valley Ry. Co., International Traction Co., Lehigh Valley Coal Co., Lehigh Valley R. R. Co., Lehigh Valley Transportation Co., Lewiston Connecting Bridge Co., New York, Susquehanna and Western R. R. Co., Niagara Falls and Suspension Bridge Ry. Co., Niagara Falls Park and River Ry. Co., Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge Co., North British Mercantile Insurance Co. of London and Edinburgh, North British Mercantile Insurance Co. of New York, Northern Pacific and Manitoba Ry. Co., Northern Pacific Express Co., Northern Pacific Ry. Co., Northern R. R. Co. of New Jersey, Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Co., Queenston Heights Bridge Co., Reading Co., St. Paul and Northern Pacific Ry. Co., Seattle and International Ry. Co., South Carolina and Georgia Ry. Co., Southern Ry. Co., Southern Ry. Co. in Kentucky, Southern Ry. Co. in Mississippi, Tacoma R. R. and Power Co., Washington Central Ry. Co. and West Shore R. R. Co. Member Reform, Tuxedo, Metropolitan, Racquet and Tennis and New York Yacht Clubs, New England Society and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

COTTERILL, GEORGE WASHINGTON-Lawyer, 32 Nassau street, New York City; residence Gilsey House. Born in Montpelier, Vt. (Son of Mahlon Cotterill.) Educated at University of Vermont. Practicing in New York City since 1855. Member Union League, Lawyers' and New York Clubs, New England Society and Society of Medical Jurisprudence.

COTTING, JAMESON-25 East 79th street, New York City. Member Metropolitan, St. Anthony, New York Yacht and Knickerbocker Clubs.

COUDERT, FREDERIC RENE Lawyer, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence, 158 West 58th street. Born in New York City, March 1, 1832. (Son of Charles Coudert.) Educated in private schools and at Columbia College ('50). Admitted to the Bar in 1852. Degree of LL.D. from Seton Hall College in 1880, LL.D. from Fordham College 1884, J.U.D. from Columbia College, 1887. (Married.) Receiver Union Pacific Ry.

Co.; director Central Branch Union Pacific Ry. Co., National Surety Co, New York Security and Trust Co., and Washington Life Insurance Co.; trustee American Surety Co., Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, and St. Patrick's Cathedral. Knight of the Legion of Honor of France. Officer of the Crown of Italy and of the Order of Bolivar of Venezuela. Member Lawyers', Manhattan, Barnard, University, Metropolitan, Catholic, Nineteenth Century, Democratic, University Glee and Patria Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Down Town Association, and American Geographical Society.

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COURTENAY, - President, 14 Dey street, New York City; residence 1136 Bergen street, Brooklyn. Born in Baltimore, Md., Aug. 7, 1837. Educated in private schools. (Married.) President Reconstructed Granite Co.; director Vulcanized Fibre Co. Member Lawyers' Club, Sons of the Revolution, Lafayette Post G. A. R., and Veteran Association 71st Regiment, N. G. N. Y.

COURTNEY, J. E. Physician, Poughkeepsie, Born in Little Plymouth, Va., Sept. 15, 1860. Educated at Richmond (Va.) College. (Married.) Formerly interne in Bloomingdale Asylum, New York City, and first assistant physician in Matteawan State Hospital. Now first assistant physician Hudson River State Hospital. Member Society of Medical Jurisprudence and Medico-Psychological Association.

COURTNEY, J. JESSE-Insurance, 33 Pine street, New York City; residence 130 Lincoln road, Flatbush, L. I. Born in London, England March 6, 1848. Educated in London. (Married.) General attorney and joint resident manager Imperial Insurance Co. of London, England. Member Down Town Association.

COUSER, THOMAS S-Vice-President, 346 Broadway, New York City; residence 460 Manhattan avenue. Born in Searsville, Orange Co., N. Y., Dec. 3, 1855. Educated in public schools of Newburgh and New York City. (Married.) Vice-president Credit Clearing House. Member Arkwright Club.

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