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dry goods house, 1854; organized a concert company, 1870. With Tom Karl and W. H. MacDonald in 1887 organized "The Bostonians"; since then has taken leading roles in operas produced by that company. Member Lambs' Club.

BARNARD, HORACE-Lawyer, 22 William street, New York City; residence 26 East 35th street. (Single.) Connected with the firm of Murray, Bennett & Ingersoll. Member Calumet Club, Sons of the Revolution, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BARNARD, J. AUGUSTUS-Clerk, 27 Pine street, New York City; residence 26 East 35th street. Member University, Westchester Golf and Psi Upsilon Clubs, Sons of the Revolution, and Columbia Alumni and 7th Regiment Veterans' Associations.

BARNARD, WILLIAM F.-Superintendent, 155 Worth street, New York City; residence 486 Putnam avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Nantucket, Mass., Dec. 29, 1840. Educated in Nantucket. (Married.) Superintendent for thirty years Five Points House of Industry. Member Lafayette Post G. A. R., and president Historical Association of Nantucket.

BARNARD, WILLIAM H.-Raw Silk Merchant, 54 Howard street, New York City; residence 38 East 68th street. Born in New York City, Oct. 17, 1860. (Married.) Member of the firm of William Ryle & Co. Director Irving National Bank and Sauquoit Silk Co. Member Union League, Players', New York Athletic and Merchants' Central Clubs, Down Town Association, Liederkranz, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BARNES, JOHN C.-Publisher; residence 11 East 31st street, New York City. Born in New Haven, Conn., Aug. 15, 1823. Lived on a farm until the age of twelve, then attended district school. (Widower.) Resident of New York City since 1837. Member Hamilton Club of Brooklyn, and member and officer in Church of Pilgrims, Brooklyn.

BARNES, JOHN S.-Lawyer, 32 Nassau street, New York City; residence 22 East 48th street. Born in West Point, N. Y., 1836. Educated at Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. (Married.) Director Bank of New Amsterdam. Member Metropolitan Union League, University, Knickerbocker, Union, Riding, Suburban Riding and Driving, Turf and Field, Whist and Westminster Kennel Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-onHudson, New England Society, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, New York Zoological, and American Geographical Societies, and Down Town Association.

BARNES, J. SANFORD, JR.-Treasurer, 32 Liberty street, New York City; residence 22 East 48th street. Born in Elizabeth, N. J., Feb. 5, 1870. Educated at Yale. (Single.) Treasurer Great Northern Paper Co.; director Second Avenue R. R. Co. Member University and University Athletic Clubs, Yale Alumni Association, and Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson.

BARNES, OLIVER WELDON-Civil Engineer, 55 Broadway, New York City: residence Fishkill. Born in Connecticut, May 15, 1823. Educated in Philadelphia, Burlington (N. J.) and in Europe. Principal assistant engineer Western Division of the Pennsylvania R. R. Co., which was constructed under his charge, 1847-52; chief engineer Pittsburg and Connellsville R. R. Co.; constructor of eighty-four miles Western Division, Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago R. R., 1858; chief engineer St. Paul and Pacific R. R., 1860-1; engineer and constructor Waynesburg Branch of Pennsylvania R. R., 1861; iron manufacturer in Philadelphia, 1862-5; chief engineer and constructor Dutchess and Columbia R. R., Western Division of the Boston, Hartford and Erie R. R. and Connecticut Western R. R., 1866-71; chief engineer New York City Central Underground R. R. Co. and Mobile and N. W. R. R. Co., 1872; chief engineer and contractor New York, Lake Erie and Western Coal and R. R. Co., and completed its line in Pennsylvania, including the Kinzua viaduct, 2,300 feet long and 305 feet high, 1878-80; chief engineer South Pennsylvania R. R. Co., 1881-3: consulting engineer same company, 1883-5; commisşioner and chairman of construction committee New Croton Aqueduct, 1886-8; chief engineer New York and Long Island R. R. Co., 1887-91; civil engineer Jersey City Water Co., 1895. Now president and chief engineer New York Connecting R. R. Co., whose line when complete will cross the East River at Hell Gate by a cantilever bridge 135 feet above tide water, with a span of 800 feet. Member Union League Club, and New England Society.

BARNARD, WILLIAM NICHOLS — Instructor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 717 East Buffalo street. Degree of M.E. Instructor in machine design, Cornell University.

BARNES, ALFRED CUTLER - Publisher, 100 Washington Square, New York City; residence 114 Pierrepont street, Brooklyn. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 27, 1852. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Married.) President and director Astor Place Bank; vice-president and director American Book Co.; trustee Cornell University; ex-president Brooklyn Library; ex-trustee Brooklyn Bridge; excolonel 13th Regiment, N. G. N. Y. Member Tuxedo and Cornell Clubs, Hamilton Club of Brooklyn, Lafayette Post G. A. R., Military Service Institution, Society of Colonial Wars, Society of the War of 1812, Sons of the Revolution, New England Society of Brooklyn and Historical Society of Long Island.

BARNES, A. VICTOR-Publisher, American Book Co., Washington square, New York City; residence 114 Pierrepont street, Brooklyn. Member St. Anthony and Yale Clubs, Aldine Association, Ardsley Club of Ardsley-on-Hudson, and Hamilton, and Riding and Driving Clubs of Brooklyn.

BARNES, GEORGE M.--Merchant, Syracuse; residence 414 West Onondaga street. Born in Syracuse, July 11, 1851. Educated at Rome Academy. (Married.) President Frontenac Mf'g Co.; secretary Electric Light and Power Co. of Syracuse; trustee Onondaga County Savings Bank. Member Syracuse, Lakeside Yacht and Citizens' Clubs.

BARNES, HENRY BURR-Publisher, 156 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 11 West 49th street. Born in New York City, Dec. 14, 1845. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Williston Seminary and Yale. (Married.) Senior partner of the firm of Barnes Carriage Co. Director American Book Co. and Central Real Estate Association. Member Metropolitan, University, Riding, Southampton, Shinnecock Hills Golf and Meadow Clubs, Down Town and Century Associations, New England Society, and Sons of the Revolution.

BARNES, HERBERT SEYMOUR-Lawyer, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence 41 West 51st street. Born in New York City, Aug. 4, 1869. Educated at Columbia Law School ('93). (Single) Member University and Social Reform Clubs, Yale Alumni Association, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BARNES, WILLIAM HENRY-Bricks, 647 West 520 street, New York City; residence 491 West 145th street. (Widower.) Member of the firm of Washburn & Barnes. Member New York Athletic Club, New England Society, and Sons of the American Revolution.

BARNES, WILLIAM J.-Editor, Albany: residence 229 State street. Born in Albany, Nov. 17, 1866. Educated at Albany Academy and Harvard (A.B. '88). (Married.) Editor Albany "Evening Journal"; chairman executive committee Republican State Committee, and United States Surveyor of Customs. Member Fort Orange, Albany, Country and Unconditional Clubs, and Republican Club of New York City.

BARNEY, CHARLES TRACY-Banker, 71 Broadway, New York City; residence 101 East 38th street. Born in Cumberland, Ohio, Jan. 27, 1851. Educated at Williams College ('70). (Married.) President and director Knickerbocker Trust Co. and New York Loan and Improvement Co.; director Brooklyn Life Insurance Co., and Lawyers' Mortgage Insurance Co.; trustee Bank for Savings. Special member of the firm of Rogers & Gould, members New York Stock Exchange. Member Metropolitan, Inion, University, City, Colonial, Meadow Brook Hunt, Players', Grolier, Whist, Riding, New York Yacht and Westminster Kennel Clubs. Century, Down Towa and Williams Alumni Associations, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Fine Arts, Dunlap and St. Nicholas Societies and American Museum of Natural History.

BARNEY, EDGAR S.-Principal, 36 Stuyvesant street, New York City; residence, 48 South Eighth street, Brooklyn. Born in Worcester, N. Y., April 10, 1861. Educated at Union College. (Married.) Principal Hebrew Technical Institute; auditor Hudson River Day Line Steamers: secretary Union College Alumni Association; trustee Union College.

BARNUM, WILLIAM M.-Lawyer, 10 Wall street, New York City; residence Scarsdale. Born in Lime Rock, Conn., Jan. 25, 1856. Educated at Yale and at Columbia Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Reed, Simpson, Thacher & Barnum. Member Lawyers', University, Larchmont Yacht and Yale Clubs, Apawamis Club of Rye, New England Society, Century Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York,

BARNWELL, MORGAN GIBBES-Lawyer; residence Tuxedo Park. Born in Columbia County, N. Y., June 27, 1858. Educated at Columbia College and Law School. (Married.) Member Tuxedo Club, Columbia University Alumni Association, and Society of Colonial Wars.

BARR, EDWARD-Iron, 78 John street, New York City: residence 109 State street, Brooklyn. Born in Lancaster County, Pa., June 29, 1845. Educated in Lancaster. (Married.) President Brownlow Mining and Milling Co. of Denver, and Lake George Club; vicepresident and treasurer Apollo Club of Brooklyn; secretary and treasurer Storage Power Co.; treasurer California

Mining and Exploration Co., Federal Steamship Co., Finance Realty Trust Co. and Hospital Saturday and Sunday Association of Brooklyn; director Biographical Directory Co., New York Electric Lines Co. and United States, Cuba and Porto Rico Development Co.; trustee Brooklyn City Dispensary and St. Martha's Sanitarium of Brooklyn. Member Underwriters' Club of New York City, and Crescent Athletic, Hamilton, Church and Union League Clubs of Brooklyn.

BARR, STEWART-Stock Broker, 96 Broadway, New York City; residence 551 Second street, Brooklyn, Born in Brooklyn, Sept. 23, 1867. Educated in Brooklyn. (Married.) Member of the firm of Stewart Barr & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Is also engaged in the trucking business at 471 Baltic street, Brooklyn. Member Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn.

BARR, THOMAS T.-President, 26 Court street, Brooklyn; residence 40 South Oxford street. President and director Nassau National Bank of Brooklyn; vicepresident and director Corn Exchange Bank; director Home Life Insurance Co., Commonwealth Insurance Co. and Brooklyn Trust Co.; trustee Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. Member Down Town Association.

BARR, WILLIAM R.-Secretary, 500 Madison avenue, New York City; residence 13 West 56th street. Director Witte Water Placer Co. Member Reform and Barnard Clubs, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BARRETT, GEORGE C.-Supreme Court Justice, Madison Square, New York City; residence 79 East 79th street. Born in Dublin, Ireland, July 28, 1838. Educated at Columbia College Grammar School, Columbia College and Racine College (LL.D.). (Married.) Has served on the bench for thirty-six years. Member Metropolitan, University, Century, Mendelssohn Glee, Barnard, Manhattan, Riding and South Side Sportsmen's Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and Aldine Association.

BARRETT, R. R. Retired, Fishkill; residence Glenham. Born in Kent, Putnam Co., N. Y., 1838. Educated in Claverack, Columbia Co. (Married.) Has been sheriff, justice of the peace and supervisor of Putnam County. Now trustee Fishkill Savings Bank. Member Masonic orders.

BARRETT, THOMAS-Paper Manufacturer, 78 Duane street, New York City; residence 10 West 90th street. Member Colonial, Fulton and Catholic Clubs.

BARRON, ERNEST R. Inventor, 104 South Eighth street, Brooklyn; residence 519 Bedford avenue. Born in Meadville, Pa., May 23, 1844. (Married Rachel F. Wyman.) Improved Densmore typewriter, 1874; with Remington Co., 1874-9; caligraph, 1880-5; with James Densmore, 1885-90; mechanical expert, with Densmore, Amos & Emmett Typewriter Co., 1890-3; superintendent Franklin Typewriter Mi'g Co., 1893-5; retired, 1895.

BARRON, JOHN C.-President, 1 and 35 Broadway, New York City; residence 70 Park avenue. Born in Woodbridge, N. J., Nov. 2, 1837. Educated at Burlington College, Yale University and College of Physicians and Surgeons. (Married.) President and director Carpenter Steel Co.; director Pacific Co. and United New Jersey R. R. and Canal Co.; president L. & C. Ranch and Cattle Co. and Gila Farm Co. Member Union, Union League, Jekyl Island, New York Yacht, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht and Currituck Shooting Clubs, Lafayette Post G. A. R., American Geographical and New York Historical Societies, and Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson.

BARRON, RANDALL P.-Treasurer, 24 Hudson street, New York City; residence 329 West 22d street. Born in New York City, June 19, 1863. Educated at Georgetown College. (Single.) Treasurer and director Manhattan Supply Co. Member Commercial, New York Athletic and Fordham Country Clubs.

BARRON, THOMAS—Real Estate, 51 Liberty street, New York City; residence Nutley, N. J. Director St. Nicholas Skating and Ice Co. Member Harvard and Sea wanhaka-Corinthian Yacht Clubs, and Ardsley Club of Ardsley-on-Hudson.

BARROW, CLARENCE A.-Contractor; residence 83d street and Thirteenth avenue, Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. Born in England, Oct. 28, 1850. Educated in public schools of Boston, Mass. (Married.) Member Invincible, Dyker Heights, Whist and Union League Clubs, Ridgewood Council Royal Arcanum, and Columbia Council, L. A. B. A.

BARROWS, BRAINARD W.-Baptist Clergyman, South Portland avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Attleboro, Mass., May 21, 1827. Educated at Worcester Academy, Brown University and Newton Theological Institute. (Widower.) Member Brown University Alumni Association.

BARROWS, CHARLES CLIFFORD-Physician, 8 West 36th street, New York City. Born in Jackson, Miss., June 5, 1857. (Son of David Nye and Caroline [Moseley) Barrows.) Educated at University of Virginia ('79) and University of New York (M.D., '80). (Married Hettie Curtis.) House physician in Bellevue Hospital, 1880-1; assistant surgeon in United States Army, 1882-7; served in Indian campaigns under General Cook; in practice in New York City since 1887; specialty, gynecology and obstetrics. Now clinical instructor in Cornell University Medical College, and assistant gynecologist to Bellevue Hospital. Member and ex-president Society of Alumni of Bellevue Hospital, County Medical Society and Clinical Society; Fellow Obstetric Society and Academy of Medicine; member Southern and New England Societies, Calumet Club, Sons of the Revolution and Century Association.

BARROWS, ELLIOT THOMAS - Broker, Produce Exchange, New York City; residence Plainfield, N. J. Born in Carver, Mass., April 16, 1860. Educated in public schools. (Married.) Member of the firm of Lambert & Barrows and of the Maritime Exchange; president Produce Exchange. Meinber Common Council, Plainfield. Member New England Society, Military Order Loyal Legion, 7th Regiment Veteran Association, Sons of the Revolution, and Reform Club.

BARROWS, IRA D.-Jeweler, 37 Maiden lane, New York City; residence 228 Central Park, South. Member of the firm of H. F. Barrows & Co. Member Univer

BARRETT, JOHN D.-Underwriter, 69 Wall street, New York City: residence Greenwich, Conn. (Married.) Director John P. Truesdell Co., S. W. Boone Co., Shaw & Truesdell Co., North American Transport Co., Johnson & Higgins and United States Standard Steamship Owners', Builders' and Underwriters' Association (Ltd.). Member New York Yacht, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht. Atlantic Yacht, Riverside Yacht and Indian Harbor Yacht Clubs. Down Town and Century Associations and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

sity and Calumet Clubs, Irvington Club of Irvington, Ardsley Club of Ardsley-on-Hudson, Hamilton Club of Brooklyn, Society of Foreign Wars, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolution, and Brown University Alumni Association.

BARRY, JOHN DANIEL-Author and Critic, 521 West 13th street, New York City; residence Helicon Hall, Englewood, N. J. Born in Boston, Mass., Dec. 31, 1866. Educated at Harvard ('88). (Single.) Was associate editor Boston “Post," assistant editor "The Forum" and dramatic editor "Harper's Weekly.” Now dramatic critic "Collier's Weekly" and New York correspondent Boston "Literary World." Author of "The Princess Margarethe," "A Daughter of Thespis," "The Intriguers," "Mademoiselle Blanche" and "The Member from Manhattan." Member Reform Club.

BARRY, L. FRANK-President, 173 Chambers street, New York City; residence Nyack. Born in New York City, Nov. 8, 1845. (Married Emily S. Wait.) President Urner-Barry Co. Member Commercial, Army and Navy and Mercantile Clubs, 71st Regiment Veteran Association, Lafayette Post G. A. R., Old Guard, and all Masonic bodies from Blue Lodge to Mystic Shrine.

BARRY, THOMAS G.-Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 47 Clinton place. Born in New York City, Feb. 16, 1848. (Single.) Member University and Lawyers' Clubs, Bar Association, Military Order of the Loyal Legion, and Sons of Veterans.

BARRYMORE, MAURICE – Actor and Playwright, Lambs' Club, New York City. Born in India, 1847. Educated at Cambridge University, England. Studied for Indian Civil Service and admitted to the Bar. Went on stage (stage name Herbert Blythe) and made first appearance in United States in Fifth Avenue Theatre, New York City; has been leading man with Mme. Modjeska, Mrs. Langtry and others, and in A. M. Palmer's and other companies. Author of "Modjeska” (written for Mme. Modjeska), "The Robber of the Rhine" (libretto) and other plays. Member Players' and Lambs' Clubs.

BARSTOW, J. WHITNEY – Physician, 6 East Ninth street, New York City; residence 34 West 12th street. Member American Geographical Society, Sons of the Revolution, and Dartmouth Alumni Association.

BARTLET, HENRY PAINE-Banker and Broker, 41 Wall street, New York City; residence Stamford, Conn. Born in Newburyport, Mass., 1850. Educated at Brown High School, Newburyport, Mass. and Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. Member of the firm of Morgan & Bartlet. Member Calumet Club, Down Town Association, Chamber of Commerce, New England Society, Trinity College Alumni Association, and Car Club of Stamford, Conn.

BARTLETT, ARTHUR S.-Manufacturer, 43 Collier street, Binghamton; residence 67 Carroll street. Born in Binghamton, April 2, 1847. Educated in Binghamton. (Married.) Director First National Bank and Binghamton Beet Sugar Co.; trustee Chenango Valley Savings Bank; president Board of Park Commissioners city of Binghamton. Member Binghamton and Dobson Clubs.

BARTLETT, EDWARD T.-Justice, Court of Appeals, Albany; residence 59 East 65th street, New York City. Elected in 1893, associate justice Court of Appeals for term 1894-1907. Member Union League and Republican Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Sons of the American Revolution, New York Law Institute, and New England Society.

BARTLETT, FRANKLIN -- Lawyer, 82 Times Building, New York City; residence 26 West 20th street. Born in Worcester Co., Mass. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic School, Harvard College, Oxford University and Columbia College Law School. (Married.) Director Sun Printing and Publishing Association. Member Union, University, Manhattan, Knickerbocker. Players', Harvard, Democratic and Coney Island Jockey Clubs, Sons of the Revolution, New England and New York Historical Societies, Society of Colonial Wars. Naval and Military Society of SpanishAmerican War, and Royal Historical Society.

BARTLETT, FREDERICK E.-Artist, 52 East 23d street, New York City; residence 75 Locust Hill,

Yonkers. Born in West Point, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1852. Educated at West Point. (Single) Member Salmagundi Sketch and Harlem Wheelmen Clubs.

BARTLETT, H. A.-Banker, Newburgh; residence 126 Third street. Born in Newburgh, June 17, 1865. Educated in Newburgh. (Married.) Was treasurer Columbus Trust Co. of Newburgh. Now president Highland National Bank. Member various clubs in Newburgh and New York City.

BARTLETT, MURRAY-Clergyman, 13 Vick Park B, Rochester. Born in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., March 29, 1871. Educated at Harvard (A.B., '92 and A.M., '93) and General Theological Seminary ('96). (Single.) Curate of Grace Church, New York City, 1896; rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Rochester, since 1897. Member Harvard Club of New York City, and Country and Genesee Valley Clubs.

BARTLETT, PHILIP GOLDEN-Lawyer, 10 Wall street, New York City; residence 110 East 25th street. Born in Washington, D. C., Nov. 25, 1859. Educated at Yale ('81). (Married.) Member of the firm of Reed, Simpson, Thacher & Barnum. Member University, Players' and Yale Clubs, Century Association, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Society of Mayflower Descendants, and Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson.

BARTLETT, WILLARD-Supreme Court Justice, County Court House, Brooklyn; residence 21 Pierrepont street. Born in Uxbridge, Mass., Oct. 14, 1846. Educated at Columbia College and New York University Law School. (Married.) Supreme Court Justice of the State of New York, elected in 1883, re-elected in 1897; Justice Appellate Division Second Judicial Department of Supreme Court (Brooklyn) since Jan. 1, 1895. Member University, Hamilton, Brooklyn and Riding and Driving Clubs, Society of Medical Jurisprudence, Century and Columbia University Alumni Associations, Sons of the Revolution, and Fellow Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BARTLEY, ELIAS HUDSON — Physician and Chemist, 21 Lafayette avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Bartley, N. J., Dec. 6, 1849. (Son of Samuel P. and Anna E. Bartley.) Educated in common schools and at Cornell (B.S., '73), and Long Island College Hospital (M.D., '79). (Married Mary Frances Harloe, 1888.) Taught sciences in Princeton High School, 1873-4; chemistry instructor in Cornell, 1874-5; professor of chemistry in Swarthmore College, 1875-8; studied in Jefferson Medical College and Long Island College Hospital, 1878-9; chemistry instructor in the latter, 1880-6; professor of chemistry and toxicology in same since 1886; chief chemist in Brooklyn Health Department, 1882-8; member Kings County Board of Pharmacy, 1892-8; attending physician Sheltering Arms Nursery; dean and professor of organic chemistry in Brooklyn College of Pharmacy since 1892. Author of "Text-book of Medical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry," "Manual of Clinical Chemistry," and of many articles in various journals and hand-books. Member American Public Health Association, American Chemical Society, American Pharmaceutical Association, Medical Society of the County of Kings, Scientific Alliance, Brooklyn Pathological Society. Cornell Club, and Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.

BARTON, GEORGE DE FOREST--Real Estate, 59 Liberty street, New York City; residence 108 East 19th street. Born in New York City, March 23, 1841. (Married.) Paymaster in the United States Navy, 1861; resigned April 13, 1869; president of Real Estate Exchange, 1895-6. Member Union League, Army and Navy and Lawyers' Clubs, Military Order of the Loyal Legion, Sons of the Revolution, Society of the War of 1812, Military and Naval Order of Foreign Wars, George Washington Post G. A. R., and Society of the 19th Army Corps.

BASKERVILLE, THOMAS H.-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 1425 Broadway. Member Republican Club, Society of Medical Jurisprudence, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BASS, EDGAR W.-(Colonel, United States Army.) Professor of Mathematics, United States Military Academy, West Point. Member Union League Club, New England Society, Century Association, and Metropolitan Museum of Art, all of New York City.

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BATCHELDER, RICHARD N.-Brigadier-General (retired). Union League Club, New York City. Born in Lake Village, N. H., July 27, 1832. Educated in Manchester, N. H. (Single.) Volunteered as private, 1861; promoted for meritorious conduct and retired at end of war as brevet brigadier-general, 1865; entered regular service, and became, in 1890, brigadier-general and quartermaster-general United States Army. Awarded medal of honor for "distinguished gallantry in action" during Civil War. Member Union League and Army and Navy Clubs, New England Society, and Loyal Legion.

BATCHELLER, GEORGE CLINTON–Merchant, 345 Broadway, New York City; residence 237 West 72d street. Born in Grafton, Mass., Sept. 27, 1834. Educated at Barre (Vt.) Academy ('55). (Married.) Head of the firm of George C. Batcheller & Co. Member Colonial, Republican, Patria and Merchants' Clubs, New England Society, Sons of the American Revolution. Founders and Patriots of America, American Institute of Civics, West End Association, and Chamber of Commerce.

BATCHELLER, GEORGE S.-Lawyer, Saratoga. Born in Batchellerville, N. Y., July 25, 1836. Admitted to New York Bar. Inspector-general New York Militia, 1865-9; United States representative, and in 1883, president International Tribunal of Egypt, United States Consul-General to Egypt, 1889-93.

BATCHELOR, JOSEPH C.-Sales Agent; residence Buffalo. Born in Abington, Pa., Feb. 28, 1847. Educated in Abington. (Married.) Sales agent Delaware and Hudson Co.; vice- esident Savings and Loan Co. Member Liberal and Westminster Clubs.

BATES, ARTHUR EARL-Bookkeeper, 8 Orchard street, Cortland; residence 37 Maple avenue. Born in Cortland, May 15, 1878. Educated at Cortland Normal School. (Single.) Is connected with T. T. Bates, in the plumbing business. Member Tioughnioga Club and Normal Athletic Association.

BATES, CHARLES AUSTIN-Advertising, 132 Nassau street, New York City; residence 330 West 71st street. Born in Indianapolis, Ind., 1866. Educated in Indianapolis. (Married.) Member Colonial, Hardware and Sphinx Clubs.

BATES, DAVID H., JR.-Lawyer, 27 Pine street, New York City; residence 345 West End avenue. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 9, 1869. Educated at Columbia. (Single) Member of the firm of Bostwick, Morrell & Bates. Member Zeta Psi, Colonial, and Amateur Comedy Clubs, Ohio Society, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BATES, HENRY B.-Dyewood, 55 Beekman street, New York City; residence 461 West 144th street. Director New York and Boston Dyewood Co. Member New York Athletic Club, Down Town Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BATES, HENRY W.-Lawyer, 74 Wall street, New York City; residence 3474 Broadway. Born in New York City, June 11, 1854. Educated at School of Mines, School of Arts and Law School, all of Columbia University. (Married.) Member Columbia University Alumni Association, Church Club, and New England Society.

BATES, WILLIAM G.-Lawyer, 146 Broadway. New York City; residence 47 West 37th street. Born in New York City, July 14, 1860. Educated at School of Arts, Columbia ('80) and Law School, Columbia ('82). (Married.) Member Union League, New York Athletic and Psi Upsilon Clubs, Sons of the Revolution, Columbia University Alumni Association, New England Society, and Military and Naval Order of Foreign Wars.

BATES, WILLIAM OSCAR-Editor, 206 West 838 street, New York City. Born in Harrisburg, Ind., Sept. 19, 1852. Educated at Cornell ("75). Successively connected with Indianapolis “Journal," Cincinnati "News Journal," St. Paul' "Pioneer-Press," New York "World" and New York "Commercial Advertiser." Author of "Our Foreign Correspondent," a four-act comedy produced at St. Paul in 1888; “Uncle Rodney," a one-act comedy produced at the Empire Theatre. New York City, 1896, and of "Recitations and How to Recite." Member Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Delta Theta Fraternities, Society of Colonial Wars, Shakespeare Society of New York, and Arts Club.

BATTERSON, HERMON GRISWOLD-Protestant Episcopalian Clergyman, 156 West 73d street, New York City. Born in Litchfield County, Conn., 1827. Educated privately and at Nebraska College (D.D.). Deacon 1861; priest 1866. Held various pastorates in Texas, Pennsylvania and elsewhere until 1891, when he became rector of the Church of the Redeemer in New York City. Author of "Missionary Tune Book," "Pathway of Faith," "Manual of Plain Song," "Vesper Bells" and other works. Honorary member Historical and Welsh Societies, and life member New England Society, all of Pennsylvania.

BATTIN, SYLVESTER S.-Jeweler, 33 Union square, West, New York City; residence 786 Broad street, Newark, N. J. Member of the firm of Battin & Co. Member Union League and Essex County (N. J.) Country Clubs.

BATTLE, GEORGE GORDON – Lawyer, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence 103 East 16th street. Born in North Carolina, Oct. 26, 1868. Educated at Hanover Academy, University of North Carolina and University of Virginia. (Married.) Member of the firm of Weeks, Battle & Marshall. Has been assistant district attorney of New York County. Member Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Southern Society, Calumet and Seneca Clubs, and Alumni Association of the University of Virginia.

BAUCUS, JOSEPH D.-Lawyer, 52 Wall Street, New York City; residence 19 West 34th street. Director Maguire & Baucus (Ltd.). Member Manhattan, Marine and Field, Princeton and Democratic Clubs, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BAUDOUINE, JOHN F.-Trustee, 1181 Broadway, New York City; residence, 318 West 72d street. Member Lotos, New York Athletic, Larchmont Yacht and New York Yacht Clubs.

BAUSCH, JACOB E.-Coroner, Criminal Court Building, New York City; residence 32 Lewis street. Born in New York City, Oct. 5, 1867. Educated at Public School No. 22. Secretary Wood Carvers' Union, 1887-96; secretary New York Central Labor Union. Coroner since 1898; term expires Dec. 31, 1901.

BAUSMANN, WALTER JEROME--Musical Director, 26 East 23d street, New York City. Member Twilight, Church, Manuscript and Clef Clubs.

BAXTER, GEORGE STRONG-Lumber, 18 Wall street, New York City; residence 237 West 76th street. Born in New York, Nov. 21, 1845. Educated at Williams College ('65), and School of Mines, Columbia College (M.E., '68). (Married.) Senior member of G. S. Baxter & Co. Member University and St. Anthony Clubs, and Williams College Alumni Association.

BAYARD, THOMAS F., JR.-Lawyer, 111 Broadway, New York City; 'residence 6 East Ninth street. Member University, Reform and Yale Clubs.

BAYLIES, EDMUND LINCOLN–Lawyer, 54 Wall street, New York City: residence 20 West 36th street. Born in New York City, Dec. 2, 1857. Educated at Harvard (A.B., '79 and LL.B., '82). (Married.) Member of the firm of Carter & Ledyard. Director New York Life Insurance and Trust Co.; vice-president Mexican Telegraph Co.; trustee Greenwood Cemetery. Member University and Knickerbocker Clubs, and Society of the Cincinnati (Mass.).

BAYLIS, WILLIAM-Stock Broker, 15 Wall street, New York City; residence 871 Madison avenue. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y. Educated at Princeton. (Married.) Member of the firm of Baylis & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Director Mechanics' Bank of Brooklyn, and Canton Co. of Baltimore. Member Metropolitan, Union, Princeton, University, Players' and Racquet and Tennis Clubs, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BAYLISS, LUCIEN S. - Lawyer, 170 Broadway, New York City; residence 129 Park place, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, Aug. 2, 1869. Educated at Wesleyan University and New York University Law School. (Married.) Member of Assembly from Eleventh District, Kings County, 1896-7. Member Psi Upsilon Club, Wesleyan University Alumni Association, and Migtletoe Lodge No. 647, F. & A. M.

BAYLOR, THEODORE T.-Lawyer, 149 Broadway, New York City; residence Murray Hill Hotel. Born in Junction, N. J., Feb. 24, 1866. Educated at Union College, New York University ('89) and New York University Law School ('91). (Single) Member of the firm of E. P. Baylor & Co., Junction, N. J., and treasurer Junction Water Co. Member West Side Republican and Psi Upsilon Clubs, Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BAYNE, HOWARD R.--Lawyer, 16 Exchange place, New York City; residence New Brighton, S. I. Member Southern Society, Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BAYNE, SAMUEL G.-President, 18 Broadway, New York City; residence 108th street and Riverside drive. President and director Seaboard National Bank and Atlas Improvement Co.; treasurer and director New York Produce Exchange Safe Deposit and Storage Co. Member New York Athletic Club.

BEACH, BENNETT S.-Physician, 210 West 34th street, New York City. Born in Thomaston, Conn., Jan. 29, 1862. Educated in public schools and at College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York ('87). (Married.) Attending physician Trinity Dispensary; surgeon 22d Regiment, N, G. N. Y. Member Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars, New York Parthological Society, and New York Medical Association.

BEACH, FRANK H.-Merchant, 218 Chenango street, Binghamton; residence 121 Murray street. Born in Little Meadows, Pa., May 16, 1867. Educated at Cortland Normal School, United States Military Academy and Eastman's Business College. (Married.) Member of the firm of Ford, Beach & Powell. Formerly discount clerk Binghamton Trust Co., manager Bradstreet's Binghamton office, and transfer clerk United States Leather Co. Member Binghamton and Country Clubs, Otsiningo Lodge No. 435, F. & A. M., and a thirty-second degree Mason.

BEACH, HARLAN PAGE-Professor, 3 West 29th street, New York City; residence Montclair, N. J. Born in South Orange, N. J., April 4, 1854. Educated at Phillips' Andover Academy, Yale ('78) and Andover Theological Seminary ('83). (Married Lucy L. Ward, of Chicago, Ill.) Taught at Phillips' Andover Academy, 1878-80; missionary in China, 1883-90; in charge of School for Christian Workers, Springfield, Mass., 1892-5; educational secretary of the Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions since 1895. Has introduced and established in over five hundred colleges and universities the systematic study of foreign missions. Secretary Christian Missions, Museums and Library. Author of "The Cross in the Land of the Trident," "Knights of the Labarum," "Dawn on the Hills of T'ang." and others. Member Outlook Club of Montclair, American Oriental Society, and Fellow American Geographical Society.

BEACH, JOHN NEWTON-Merchant, 320 Broadway, New York City; residence 178 South Oxford street Brooklyn. Born in Lodi, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1837. Educated at Ovid Academy and Hamilton College ('93). (Married Mary Linnette Nelson.) In dry goods business at Watkins, N. Y., until 1867; now in wholesale dry goods business in New York City. Member Merchants' Club, and Chamber of Commerce.

BEACH, MILES-Supreme Court Justice, County Court House, New York City; residence 1111 Broadway. Born, 1833. (Son of Hon. William A. Beach.) Educated at Union College ('54). Judge of Court of Common Pleas, 1879-94: Supreme Court Justice since 1894; term expires, 1907. Member Union and Manhattan Clubs, and Union College Alumni Association.

BEACH, WILLIAM N.-President, 26 Cortlandt street, New York City; residence 56 West 58th street. Born in New York City, June 6, 1872. Graduated from Yale ('92). (Married.) President and director Lawrenceville Cement Co., Pennsylvania Cement Co. and Metropolitan Crushed Stone Co. Member University, Yale and Lawyers' Clubs, and Delta Phi Fraternity.

BEADLESTON, HENRY COLWELL-Lawyer, 27 Pine street, New York City; residence 32 West 36th street. Born in New York City, May 31, 1871. Edu

cated at St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., Yale University (B.A.) and New York Law School (LL.B.). Member University, New York Athletic, Riding, Yale and Psi Upsilon Clubs, Bar Association, and Wolf's Head (Senior) Society of Yale.

BEADLESTON, WILLIAM LANGDON-Broker, 52 Broadway, New York City; residence 25 West 51st street. (Single.) Member of the firm of Cooper, Cramp & Beadleston, members New York Stock Exchange. Member Riding, Yale, University and Suburban Riding and Driving Clubs.

BEAL, WILLIAM R.-President, 350 Alexander avenue, New York City; residence West 121st street. Born in Newark, N. J., May 13, 1838. Educated at Grace Church School, Newark. (Married.) President and director Central Union Gas Co. and Northern Union Gaslight Co.; director Acker Process Co., William R. Beal Land Improvement Co., American Gas Co. (Philadelphia) and New York Suburban Gas Co. Member Harlem, New York Athletic, Fairfield County (Conn.) Golf, Salmagundi, and Larchmont Yacht Clubs, American Geographical Society, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BEALL, JOHN ALEXANDER--Lawyer, 150 Broadway, New York City; residence 248 West 105th street. Born in Hancock, Md., Dec. 12, 1842. Educated at Rugby Academy and Columbian College, Washington, D. C. (Married.) Director Central Park Improvement Co.; trustee New York P. E. Public School Society, and the General Theological Seminary of the P. E. Church; manager House of the Holy Comforter. Member Lawyers', Reform and Church Clubs, Southern Society, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BEALL, JOSEPH H.-Lawyer, 237 Broadway, New York City; residence Bronxville. Born in Charleston, W. Va. (Married.) Member of the firm of William Hildreth Field, Deshon & Beall. Member Democratic and Lawyers' Clubs and Southern and Charleston Societies.

BEAM, WILLIAM H.-Lawyer, 45 Wall Street, New York City; residence 96 High Street, Passaic, N. J. Born in New York City, Sept. 3, 1855. Educated at Public School No. 40 and at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) Member of the firm of Theall & Beam. Member Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Authors' Guild, Appalachian Mountain Club of Boston, Mass., and North Jersey Country Club.

BEAMAN, CHARLES C.-Lawyer, 52 Wall street, New York City; residence 11 East 44th street. Born in Holton, Me., May 7, 1840. Educated at Harvard College and Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Evarts, Choate & Beaman. President Brearley School; director Denver and Rio Grande R. R. Co., and Mexican National R. R. Co.; trustee Provident Loan Society.

Member Union, Union League, City, Metropolitan, Riding, Harvard, Rockaway, Hunting, Republican, Players' and University Clubs; Century Association; New England, American Fine Arts and American Geographical Societies, Metropolitan Mu. seum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BEAN, HENRY WILLARD-Lawyer, 11 William street, New York City: residence 12 Wec 197h street. Born in Onondaga County, N. Y., March 22, 1865. Educated at Harvard College and Law School. (Single.) Member Harvard and Reform Clubs, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BEAN, TARLETON H.-Commissioner; temporary address: Paris Exposition, Paris, France. Born in Bainbridge, Lancaster Co., Pa., Oct. 8, 1848. Educated at State Normal School, Millersville, Pa. ('66). Degrees of M.D. from Columbian University in 1876, and M.S. from Indiana University in 1883. (Married Laurette H. Van Hook, 1878.) School teacher and principal, 1866-74. Connected with United States Fish Commission, 1874-95; director New York City Aquarium, 1895-8; represented United States Fish Commis. sion at the Centennial Exhibition (1876), the World's Columbian Exposition (1893), and the Atlanta Exposition (1895). Edited the fish and fishing columns of "Forest and Stream," 1888-98. I'nited States Commissioner to Paris Exposition, 1900; in charge of forestry

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