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Insurance Co., Market and Fulton National Bank, and First National Bank of Ridgefield, Conn. Member Hamilton Club and New England Society of Brooklyn, Down Town Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

OLCOTT, J. VAN VECHTEN-Lawyer, 4 Warren street, New York City; residence 33 West 72d street. Born in New York City, May 17, 1856. Educated at Public School No. 35, and at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) Member of the firm of Olcott & Messiter. Was municipal civil service commissioner under Mayor Strong, 1895-7. Member Merchants', Church, Union League and Colonial Clubs, Sons of the Revolution and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OLCOTT, RICHARD MORGAN-Rubber Merchant, 4 Warren street, New York City; residence Hotel Savoy. President and director Amazonas Co. Member Essex County (N. J.) Country, Manhattan, New York Athletic and New York Clubs.

OLCOTT, THOMAS W.-Railroads, 204 East 128th street, New York City; residence 169 West 130th street. Secretary, treasurer and director Tarrytown, White Plains and Mamaroneck Electric Ry. Co., Union Ry. Co. of New York, and Westchester Electric R. R. Co.; secretary and director Amazonas Co.; director Colonial Bank and Southern Boulevard R. R. Co. Member Suburban Riding and Driving, and Democratic Clubs and St. Nicholas Society.

OLCOTT, WILLIAM M. K.-Lawyer, 4 Warren street, New York City; residence 58 West 84th street. Born in New York City, 1862. Educated at Grammar School No. 35, the College of the City of New York and at Columbia College Law School. Began practicing in New York City after his admission to the Bar in 1883, as a member of the firm of Olcott & Olcott. Represented the Twenty-first Assembly District on the Board of Aldermen during 1895-6; was chairman of its Finance Committee and, as such, a member of the Sinking Fund Commission. Served as district attorney of New York County from Dec. 15, 1896 to Dec. 31, 1898, and as a Judge of the City Court, 1898-9. Now member of the firm of Black, Olcott, Gruber & Bonynge. Secretary and director Lawyers' Engineering and Surveying Co. Member Republican Club.

OLDS, EDWARD A.-Soap Manufacturer, 81 Fulton street, New York City; residence 863 President street, Brooklyn, Member Fulton Club, and Montauk and Marine and Field Clubs of Brooklyn.

O'LEARY, CORNELIUS M.-Physician and Professor. 131st street and Broadway, New York City; residence 560 West 133d street. Born in Ireland, 1840. Educated at St. John's College, Fordham, N. Y., and at New York University (M.D., '64). (Married.) Professor of Greek and Latin at Manhattan College.

OLENA, THEOPHILUS - Importer, 46 Vesey street, New York City; residence 179 St. John's place, Brooklyn. Born in Grand Isle County, Vt., Nov. 30, 1832. Educated in public schools. (Married.) Vicepresident and trustee City Savings Bank of Brooklyn; director Sprague National Bank of Brooklyn. Expresident Board of Aldermen for four terms for Brooklyn. First president of Columbian Club, serving two terms; ex-president Brooklyn Central Dispensary and the Newsboys' Home; vice-president Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum Society for twelve years.

OLENDORF, CHARLES D.-Lawyer, 2 Tryon row, New York City; residence 217 West 23d street. Born in Otsego, Otsego Co., N. Y., Feb. 18, 1856. Educated at Cooperstown (N. Y.) High School. (Married.) Assistant corporation counsel New York County. Member Democratic and Manhattan Clubs.

OLHAUSEN, JACOB H.-Transportation, 143 Liberty street, New York City; residence 428 North Broad street, Elizabeth, N. J. President and director New York and New Jersey Car Service Association; general superintendent Central Railroad of New Jersey. Member Engineers' and Railroad Clubs, and Mattano Club of Elizabeth, N. J.

OLIN, M. H.-Banker, Perry. Born in Perry, Dec. 2, 1842. Educated in Perry. (Married.) President and director Citizens' Bank, Perry Knitting Co. and

Perry Electric Light Co., director Robeson Cutlery Co. Also engaged in farming and in the breeding of thoroughbred stock. Member Perry Club.

OLIN, STEPHEN HENRY (Colonel)-Lawyer, 32 Nassau street, New York City; residence 136 East 19th street. Educated at Wesleyan University ('66). Member of the firm of Olin & Rives. Vice-president Association of the Bar of the City of New York; director Broadway Theatre Co. and Lawyers' Surety Co.; trustee New York Public Library (Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations). Member City, Players' and University Clubs, Down Town and Century Associations and Society of Colonial Wars.

OLIPHANT, JAMES H.-Banker, 20 Broad street, New York City; residence 335 Washington avenue, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Oct. 9, 1853. Educated at Grammar School No. 35. Senior member of the firm of James H. Oliphant & Co., and member of the governing committee of the New York Stock Exchange. Director and member of executive committee Manufacturers' Trust Co. of Brooklyn. Member Union League and New York Athletic Clubs, and Crescent Athletic and Hamilton Clubs of Brooklyn.

OLIVER, JOHN S. – Insurance 202 Montague street, Brooklyn; residence 620 Willoughby avenue. Born in Brooklyn. (Single.) Director Farragut Fire Insurance Co. of New York. Member Union League Club.

OLIVER, MATTHEW N.-Clergyman, Tappan. Born in Marbletown, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1834. Educated at Union College ('57). (Married Helen M. Thomson.) Pastor Clover Hill (N. J.) Reformed Church, 187184; Rosendale (N. Y.) Reformed Church, 1884-90; Reformed Church of Tappan since 1890. Author of numerous articles in New York religious papers. Member Union College Alumni Association and Phi Beta Kappa Society.

OLIVER, WILLIAM H. P.-Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence Morristown, N. J. Born in Annandale, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1871. Educated at Harvard and at New York Law School. (Married.) Engaged with the firm of Alexander & Green. Member Harvard Club.

OLLIVE, THOMAS S.-Manufacturer, 78 Tenth avenue, New York City; residence 23 West 74th street. President and director Lebanon Mining Co.; director National Biscuit Co. Member Colonial, Fulton and Commercial Clubs.

OLMSTEAD, DWIGHT HINCKLEY – Retired Lawyer, 30 West 72d street, New York City. Member Union League, Nineteenth Century and Colonial Clubs, New England Society, National Academy of Design, American Museum of Natural History and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OLMSTED, EVERETT WARD-Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 730 University avenue. Born in Galesburg, Ill., May 12, 1869. Educated at Cornell; degrees of Ph.B. and Ph.D. (Married.) Assistant professor of the Romance languages, Cornell University. Member Beta Theta Pi Fraternity.

OLMSTED, HENRY C.-Lawyer and City Judge, Municipal Building, Binghamton; residence 212 Washington street. Born in Binghamton, 1863. Educated at Cornell (A.B., '85 and LL.B., '88). (Single.) ExRecorder of the city of Binghamton. Member Broome County Country and Binghamton Clubs.

OLMSTED, H. R.-Hardware Merchant, 413 Clinton street, Syracuse; residence 1026 South Salina street. Born in Wolcott, N. Y., June 8, 1829. Educated at Lyons Union School. (Married.) Senior member of the firm of H. R. Olmsted & Son. President of the Board of Education of Syracuse for two years. Member Citizens' Club and Masonic Veterans' Association.

OLMSTED, THEODORE F.-Cashier, Geneseo. Born in Lakeville, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1836. Educated at Canandaigua Academy. (Married.) Entered the Geneseo Valley Bank as teller and bookeeper, Feb. 24, 1858; appointed assistant cashier in 1883, and cashier in December, 1887. Treasurer of Livingston County, 1871-5; secretary and treasurer of the Board of Water Commissioners for the past thirteen years. Has been treasurer of Temple Hill Cemetery Association for twenty-seven years and trustee of the village of Geneseo for six years.

OLMSTED, WILLARD H.-City Magistrate, New York City; residence 630 West 147th street. Born in Connecticut about 1858. Educated in Auburn, N. Y., where he studied law and was admitted to the Bar. Resided for many years in Auburn; served for a time as city clerk and as a leading member of the volunteer fire department. Resident of New York City since 1887; engaged in newspaper work until 1897, in which year he was appointed a City Magistrate; term expires May 1, 1907.

OLNEY, GEORGE W.-Insurance Journalist, 58 William street, New York City; residence 51 St. Nicholas place. Born in Charleston, S. C., of Rhode Island ancestry, June 5, 1835. Educated in private schools of Charleston, University Grammar School, Providence, R. I., and Harvard (LL.B., '55). One of the publishers of the “Daily Day Book," then the Southern organ in New York City, 1858-61. During the Civil War served on staff of the "Richmond Enquirer," reporting the first Conferedate Senate, and was war correspondent and subsequently editor of the Charleston "Courier"'; dramatic writer on the New York "Herald," 1866; editorial writer on the New York "World," 1868-76; his connection with insurance journalism began in 1873_as editor of the "Spectator," continuing until 1876. Became connected with the “New York Underwriter" (now "Weekly Underwriter") in 1878, where he is still connected as editor and vice-president of the Underwriter Printing and Publishing Co. Author of several statistical works and editor of the "World Almanac" since 1870. Member Harvard and Press Clubs, American Statistical (Fellow) and Harvard Law School Associations, Royal Statistical Society of London, England (Fellow), Rhode Island State Society of the Order of the Cincinnati (secretary), Society of American Authors, Military Order of Foreign Wars, Society of Colonial Wars, Society of the War of 1812 and Sons of the Revolution.

OLNEY, PETER BUTLER-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence Lawrence, L. I. Born in Oxford, Mass., 1843. Educated at Phillips Andover Academy and at Harvard College ('64) and Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Olney & Comstock. Was a commissioner to compile and revise the laws of the State affecting public interests in the City of New York, 1879-80; district attorney New York County, 1883-4. Member Lawyers’, Harvard and University Clubs, New England Society, Century Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OLSSEN, WILLIAM WHITTINGHAM–Protestant Episcopalian Clergyman, Annandale. Born in New York City, May 11, 1827. Educated at Columbia University (A.B., '46, A.M., '50 and S.T.D., '76) and at General Theological Seminary (D.D., '49). Deacon, 1849; priest, 1851. Rector of St. James Church, Scarsdale, 1851-71. Professor of mathematics at St. Stephen's College, Annandale, 1871-3 and of Greek and Hebrew literature since 1873. Author of several works.

OLYPHANT, FRANK MURRAY – Railroads, 21 Cortlandt street, New York City; residence Englewood, N. J. Secretary and director Cherry Valley, Sharon and Albany R. R. Co. and Schenectady and Duanesburg R. R. Co.; secretary Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.; director Adirondack Ry. Co. and New York and Canada R. R. Co. Member Sons of the Revolution.

OLYPHANT, JOHN KENSETT–Wholesale Coal Merchant, 21 Cortlandt street, New York City; residence 59 East 54th street. Born in Irvington, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1862. (Married.) Member of the firm of Ward & Olyphant. Member Metropolitan, Union and Riding Clubs, Sons of the Revolution, Down Town Association, Society of Colonial Wars, and Military Order of Foreign Wars.

OLYPHANT, ROBERT (General) – Wholesale Coal Merchant, 21 Cortlandt street, New York City; residence 3 East 69th street. Born in New York City, Aug. 26. 1853. (Married.) Senior member of the firm of Ward•& Olyphant. President and director Albany

and Susquehanna R. R. Co.; president New York Infirmary for Women and Children; director Adirondack Ry. Co., British-American Insurance Co., Cherry Valley, Sharon and Albany R. R. Co., Hudson River Ore and Iron Co., New York and Canada R. R. Co., Sche. nectady and Duanesburg R. R. Co., United States Mortgage and Trust Co., and Fidelity Bank; trustee Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, Continental Trust Co. and Title Guarantee and Trust Co.; member of executive committee Saturday and Sunday Hos. pital Association. Was an aide and general inspector of rifle practice on staff of Governor Robinson and chief-of-staff of 1st Brigade, N. G. N. Y., during General Ward's term. Member Union, Metropolitan, City, National Arts and Lawyers' Clubs, Down Town Association, Military Order of Foreign Wars, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolution, American Museum of Natural History, Military Society of the War of 1812, Metropolitan Museum of Art and National Academy of Design.

OLYPHANT, ROBERT M.-President, 21 Cort. landt street, New York City; residence 160 Madison avenue. Educated at Columbia. President and director Delaware and Hudson Co.; director Adirondack Ry. Co., Albany and Susquehanna R. R. Co. and Cherry Valley, Sharon and Albany R. R. Co. Member American Geographical Society, Sons of the Revolution, Columbia University Alumni Association, Na. tional Academy of Design and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

OLYPHANT, TALBOT - Iron Manufacturer, 21 Cortlandt street, New York City; residence 64 Riverside Drive. Born in Morristown, N. J., Nov. 16, 1844. Educated in private classes an Charlier Institute, New York City. (Married.) Vice-president of several iron companies. Treasurer Society for Promotion of the Gospel among Seamen in the Port of New York; secretary New York State Society of the Cincinnati, also of the International Institute of China; historian Sons of the Revolution; delegate to General Society of the Cincinnati, and has been delegate several times to General Society Sons of the Revolution. Member Society of the Cincinnati, National Academy of Design (Fellow) and Sons of the Revolution.

OMMEN, ALFRED E.-Lawyer, 160 Broadway. New York City; residence 41 Marion street. Born in New York City, June 30, 1870. Educated in public schools, at an evening high school and at New York University Law School. (Single.) Admitted to the Bar in 1894. Candidate on Republican ticket for State senator Eleventh District in 1898, and for Justice Second Municipal Court in 1899. Secretary Republican Club of the City of New York; corresponding secretary Society of Medical Jurisprudence; worshipful master Chancellor Walworth Lodge No. 271, F. & A. M., thirty-second degree Masons, Noble Order of the Mystic Shrine, and counsel and honorary member Civic Club.

ONDERDONK, ANDREW J.-Lawyer, 60 Wall street, New York City; residence 171 Park place, Brooklyn. Born in Manhasset, Long Island, N. Y.. March 23, 1847. Member Atlantic Yacht and Lawyers Clubs, Riding and Driving Club of Brooklyn, and Holland, St. Nicholas, Long Island Historical and New York Genealogical Societies.

ONDERDONK, THOMAS W.-Dentist, 10 East 34th street, New York City; residence Brooklyn. Born in Roslyn, Long Island, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1860. Educated in public schools and at New York College of Dentistry. (Married.) Member Holland Society, Stomatological Institute, First District Dental Society of New York and New York College of Dentistry Alumni Association.

ONDERDONK, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS—Lawyer, Hempstead, L. I. Born in Gallipolis, Gallia Co., Ohio, May 3, 1859. (Son of Henry M. and Catharine C. Onderdonk.) Educated at Gallipolis Academy, Trinity School in Brooklyn, and at Fairchild Institute in Flushing. Studied law and was admitted to the Bar in Poughkeepsie on May 14, 1880. Practiced in New York City until 1887 when he removed his office to Hempstead. Makes a specialty of real estate law.

O'NEIL, CHARLES A.-Lawyer, 229 Broadway, New York City; residence 159 West 132d street. Member Catholic Club, Columbia University Alumni Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OOTHOUT. WILLIAM — Engineer, 218 Madison avenue, New York City. Born in New York City, 1856. Educated at College Chapel, Paris, University of Berlin, Germany, and at Bellevue Hospital Medical College in New York City. (Married.) Member Union Club.

OPDYCKE. LEONARD ECKSTEIN-Lawyer, 20 Nassau street, New York City; residence 41 West 21st street. Born in Warren, Ohio, Sept. 26, 1858. Educated at Harvard ('80) and Harvard Law School. (Married.) Secretary New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor. Member University Club, New York Historical and American Fine Arts Societies and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

OPDYKE, HENRY-Lawyer, 20 Nassau street, New York City; residence 45 West 35th street, and Farragut Road, Plainfield, N. J. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1870. Educated in private schools, by private tutors, at Yale and at Columbia Law School. (Single.) Deputy to receiver of American Loan and Trust Co., 1898-1900. Member City and Calumet Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OPDYKE, WILLIAM S. — Lawyer, 20 Nassau street, New York City; residence Alpine, N. J. Born in New York City, Oct. 6, 1836. Educated at New York Cniversity. (Married.) Member of the firm of Opdyke, Willcox & Bristow. Director Fourth National Bank; member of Council of New York University. New York councilman, 1864, and member of New York State Assembly, 1873.' Member Metropolitan, University and Reform Clubs, Down Town Association, American Geographical and Holland Societies and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OPPENHEIM, NATHAN-Physician and Author, 50 East 79th street, New York City. Born in Albany, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1865. Educated at Albany High School, Harvard College, New York College of Physicians and Surgeons, and in Berlin, Munich, Vienna and Frankfort; degree of A.M. (Married.) Attending physician to children's department of Mt. Sinai Hospital Dispensary. Formerly house physician to City Hospital. Author of "The Development of the Child" and "The Medical Diseases of Childhood." Member Harvard Club, Metropolitan Medical and New York County Medical Societies, Academy of Medicine, New York County Medical Association and Deutsche Medicinische Gesellschaft.

OPPENHEIMER, HENRY S.-Physician, 16 East 320 street, New York City. Member Reform and Salmagundi Clubs, Liederkranz, Society of Medical Jurisprudence and American Museum of Natural History.

OPPER, FREDERICK B.-Artist, 154 Nassau street, New York City; residence Bensonhurst. Born in Madison, Lake Co., Ohio, Jan. 2, 1857. Educated in Madison, Ohio. Stockholder in Keppler & Schwarzmann Corporation, publishers of "Puck." Member New York Canoe and Players' Clubs.

ORCUTT, CALVIN B.-Capitalist, 1 Broadway, New York City; residence Elizabeth, N. J. President and director Chesapeake and Ohio Coal Agency Co., Newport News (Va.) Light and Water Co., Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. and Old Dominion Land Co. Member Lawyers' and Congregational Clubs, Scientific Alliance and American Society of Naval Engineers.

ORDRONAUX, JOHN-Lawyer, 30 Broad street, New York City; residence Roslyn, L. I. Born in New York City, Aug. 3, 1830. Educated at Dartmouth College ("50), at Harvard Law School ('52) and at National Medical College of Columbian University (M.D., '59). Degree of LL.D. from Trinity College in 1870 and from Dartmouth College in 1895. Served in a surgical capacity in Union Army during Civil War. Lecturer on medical jurisprudence to Dartmouth College, University of Vermont, Boston University and Columbia University, 1865-73. New York State Commissioner in Lunacy. 1872-82, when retired voluntarily, having served under Governors Dix, Tilden, Robinson and Cornell. Has practiced in New York City since 1882 and has been lecturer on medical jurisprudence in the Columbia College Law School since 1861. Author of numerous works on medical jurisprudence and of many published articles in magazines and periodicals. Member Republican Club and Dartmouth College Alumni Association.

ORDWAY, SAMUEL H.-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 152 West 57th street. Educated at Brown ('80). Director Sombrerete Mining Co. and Potosi and Rio Verde Ry, Co. Member University, Harvard and Nineteenth Century Clubs, Phi Beta Kappa Society, Brown University Alumni Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

O'REILLY, DANIEL-Lawyer, 346 Broadway, and Criminal Court Building, New York City; residence 19 West 130th street. Born in New York City, August, 1869. Educated in public schools, at the College of the City of New York and at Columbia Law School. Prac. ticing in New York City since his admission to the Bar in 1892. Deputy assistant district attorney New York County under Asa Bird Gardiner. Member Colonial Club.

ORMISTON, THOMAS S.-Lawyer, 7 Nassau street, New York City; residence New Jersey. Educated at Columbia. Member of the firm of Ormiston & McCormack. Member Colonial, Lawyers' and Delta Kappa Epsilon Clubs, Columbia University Alumni Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

ORMSBEE, HERMANN W. - Advertising, 24 Broadway, Brooklyn; residence 55 Willow street. Born in Portland, Me., Feb. 23, 1850. (Married.) Member Brooklyn and Hamilton Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars and Sons of the American Revolution.

ORNDORFF, WILLIAM RIDGELY-Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 108 Cascadilla place. Educated at Johns Hopkins University. Degrees of A.B. and Ph.D. Assistant professor of organic chemistry at Cornell University.

ORNE, HENRY MERRILL-General Secretary, 3 West 29th street, New York City; residence 52 East 23d street. Born in Memphis, Tenn., Jan, 25, 1859. Educated at Rutgers College (A.M.). (Married.) General secretary Young Men's Christian Association. Member Society of Colonial Wars and Rutgers College Alumni Association.

O'RORKE, JOHN J.-Wholesale Grocer, 61 Hudson street, New York City; residence Commercial Club. Born in Richmond, Surrey, England, April 23, 1855. Educated at Harrow College, England. (Married.) Director American Compressed Food Co. of Passaic, N. J. Member St. Andrew's Golf and Commercial Clubs, St. George's and Philistine Societies and Merchants' Association.

ORR, ALEXANDER ECTOR-Grain Merchant, 102 Produce Exchange, New York City; residence 102 Remsen street, Brooklyn. Born in Ireland, March 2, 1831. Educated in Ireland. (Married.) In business in New York City since 1851. Was president of the New York Produce Exchange, of which he has been a member since 1859, for two years, and of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York for five years. President of the Rapid Transit Commission of New York City; president and trustee South Brooklyn Sav. ings Institution; president New York Produce Exchange Safe Deposit and Storage Co.; vice-president Mechanics' National Bank and Union Ferry Co.; director Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Co., Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R. R. Co., Continental Insurance Co., Erie R. R. Co., Fidelity and Casualty Co., Delaware and Hudson Co., National Bank of Commerce and New York Produce Exchange Bank; trustee Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, United States Trust Co., Title Guarantee and Trust Co., Guaranty Trust Co. and New York Public Library (Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations); also connected with other corporations and public institutions in an official capacity. Member City Club, Hamilton, Atlantic Yacht and Marine and Field Clubs of Brooklyn, Down Town Association and American Geographical Society.

ORR, WILLIAM CHARLES-Lawyer, 49 Chambers street, New York City; residence 50 West 76th street. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1851. (Son of Edward and Mary [Lafferty) Orr.) Educated at a private school and at St. Francis Xavier College (A.B., '68 and A.M., '69). Practicing in New York City since nis admission to the Bar in 1874. Counsel to several large banking institutions. Member Lawyers', Catholic, New York and Olympic Clubs.

ORTON, JOHN G.-Physician and Surgeon, Binghamton; residence 215 Main street. Born in Seneca Falls, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1827. Educated at New York University. (Married.) First vice-president and director Binghamton Savings Bank; director Stickley-Brandt Chair Co.; United States examining surgeon. Member International Medical Congress and American Medical Association and Fellow New York State Medical Association and Binghamton Academy of Medicine.

sity, Reform, Princeton and Manhattan Clubs, Century and Down Town Associations, Scientific Alliance and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OSBORNE, CHARLES – Manufacturing Silversmith, 871 Broadway, New York City; residence 1228 Madison avenue. Director Whiting Mf'g Co. Member Salmagundi Club, New York Sculpture Society, 7th Regiment, N. G. N. Y., and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

ORVIS, CHARLES E.-Banker, 44 Broadway, New York City; residence 41 West 81st street. Born in New York State, Jan. 1, 1849. (Son of Joseph U. and Mary E. Orvis.) (Married Sarah M. Boyd.) Member of the firm of Orvis Brothers & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange, Formerly New York State Bank Examiner and State Inspector of Rifle Practice with rank of colonel. Director Standard Gas Light Co. Member New York Athletic Club and New England Society.

ORVIS, EDWIN W.-Banker, 44 Broadway, New York City; residence 58 West 89th street. Born in Troy, N. Y., 1853. (Son of Joseph U. and Mary E. Orvis.) (Married.) Member of the firm of Orvis Brothers & Co., and of the New York Stock, Pittsburg Stock and New York Produce Exchanges and Chicago Board of Trade. Vice-president and director Colonial Bank; director New York Stencil Works; lieutenant 7th Regiment Veteran Association. Member New York Athletic Club and New England Society.

OSBORNE, CHARLES W.-Cashier, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence_785 Carroll street, Brooklyn. Born in East Hampton, Long Island, N. Y.; Aug. 25, 1839. Educated at Clinton Academy. East Hampton. (Married.) Cashier for Russell Sage, Esq. Vice-president and director Poughkeepsie and Eastern Ry. Co.; secretary and director Gold Car Heating Co.; director Albia and Centreville Ry. Co. Ex-director German-American Real Estate Title Guarantee Co.; ex-trustee Sag Harbor (L. I.) Savings Bank.

OSBORNE, JAMES W.-Lawyer, 253 Broadway, and Criminal Court Building, New York City: resi. dence 331 West 57th street. Born in Charlotte, N. C.. Jan. 5, 1859. (Son of Hon. James W. Osborne.) Educated at Davidson College and at New York Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Lamb, Osborne & Petty. Was appointed a deputy assistant district attorney by De Lancey Nicoll in 1892; was reappointed by Col. John R. Fellows, who promoted him to chief deputy and later to assistant district attorney, and retained as such by his successors, William M. K. Olcott and Asa Bird Gardner. Member Democratic Club and Southern Society.

OSBORNE, JOHN H.-Manufacturer of Agricultural Implements, 130 South street, Auburn. Born in Harrison, Westchester Co., N. Y., Aug. 24, 1832. (Mar. ried.) Secretary D. M. Osborne & Co. Member Adle rondack League and Grolier Clubs of New York City.

OSBORNE, JOSEPH S.-Banker and General Business, East Hampton, L. I. Born in East Hampton, Feb. 11, 1852. Educated at Clinton Academy, East Hampton. (Married.) Vice-president and director Queens and Suffolk Mutual Insurance Co. Has held the office of town clerk for twenty-six years consecutively. Member Wamponamon Lodge No. 437, F. & A. M., and Hampton Lodge No. 575, I, O, O. F.

OSBORN, ALBERT E.-Wholesale Paper Merchant, 54 Franklin street, New York City; residence 22 Summit street, East Orange, N. J. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 13, 1851. Educated at Peddie Institute, Hightstown, N. J. (Married.) Member of the frm of Osborn & Wilson. Member Wool Club, Union League Club of Brooklyn, Republican Club of East Orange, and Mastigouche Fish and Game Club of Montreal, Canada.

OSBORN, BENNETT, JR.-Manufacturing Jeweler, 41 Union square, West, New York City; residence 115 Plane street, Newark, N. J. Born in Whippany, N. J., Aug. 28. 1853. Educated in Newark. (Married.) Member of the firm of Bippart & Co.

OSBORNE, SAMUEL DUFFIELD-Author, Madison Square Garden Tower, New York City. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 20, 1858. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Columbia College (A.B., '79 and A.M., '82) and at Columbia College Law School ('81). (Single) Author of "The Spell of Ashtaroth," "The Robe of Nessus," "A Mountain Moloch" and of many other works. Member Authors' Club.

OSBORN. EDWARD C.-Secretary, 31 Nassau street and 88 Gold street. New York City; residence 30 Orange street, Brooklyn. Secretary, treasurer and director Chattanooga Southern R. R. Co.; secretary, general manager and director Poughkeepsie and Eastern R. R. Co.; assistant secretary Standard Gas Light Co. of New York City; director Albia and Centreville Ry. Co. Formerly secretary and director Hamilton Bank Note Engraving and Printing Co.

OSBORN, HENRY FAIRFIELD-Professor, 116th street and Morningside Heights, and Curator, 77th street and Central Park, West, New York City; residence 850 Madison avenue. Born in Fairfield, Conn., Aug. 8, 1857. Educated at Princeton ('77). Degree of Sc.D. (Married Lucretia, daughter of Gen. Alexander J. Perry, United States Army, 1881.) Da Costa Professor of zoology at Columbia University in the City of New York; curator in charge of department of vertebrate paleontology at American Museum of Natural History. Director Brearley School (Ltd.) and Columbia University Press; chairman of executive committee and first vice-president New York Zoological Society. Member Riding, Barnard, University and Princeton Clubs, Century Association and Scientific Alliance.

OSBORN, ROBERT A.-Importer of Wines, 70 Broad street, New York City; residence 2 Rutherfurd place. Member of the firm of John Osborn's Sons & Co. Member Tuxedo, New York Yacht, Larchmont Yacht, Calumet, Atlantic Yacht and Corinthian Yacht Clubs.

OSBORN, WILLIAM-Importer of Wines, 70 Broad street, New York City; residence Portchester. Member of the firm of John Osborn's Sons & Co. Member Democratic, New York Yacht, Larchmont Yacht and Corinthian Yacht Clubs.

OSBORN, WILLIAM CHURCH-Lawyer, 71 Broadway, New York City; residence 40 East 36th street. Educated at Princeton ('83). Member Univer

OSBORNE, THOMAS MOTT--Manufacturer of Agricultural Implements, Auburn. Born in Aubnrn, Sept. 23, 1859. Educated in Auburn, at Adams Academy, Quincy, Mass., and at Harvard ('84). (Widower.) Member of Auburn Board of Education for nine years and president for two years. Delegate to National Democratic Convention, Chicago, Ill., 1896; National Gold Democratic Convention, Indianapolis, Ind., 1896. and Monetary Conventions of 1897 and 1898. President D. M. Osborne & Co., Owasco River R. R. Co. and George Junior Republic Association; trustee Columbian Cordage Co., Auburn Savings Bank, Auburn Business Men's Association and of other organizations. Member University, Harvard and Reform Clubs of New York City, National Civic Club of Brooklyn, and University Club of Chicago, Ill.

OSGOOD, HERBERT L.-Professor, 116th street and Morningside Heights, New York City; residence 526 West 150th street. Born in Canton, Me., April 3, 1855. Educated at Amherst College ('77). Degree of Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1889. (Married.) Professor of history at Columbia University since 1890. Author of a variety of essays and reviews on Ameri. can colonial history and political economy. Member of the board of editors of the "Political Science Quar. terly" and of the "Columbia University Studies in History, Economics and Public Law.” Member New York Historical Society and American Historical and Amherst Alumni Associations

OTIS, FRANCIS J.-"The Locusts," Bellport, L. I. Born in New York City. (Single.) Member Union, Racquet and Tennis, Riding, Knickerbocker and Strollers' Clubs.

OTIS, FRANK A.-Lawyer, "The Locusts," Bell. port, L, I. Born in New York City. Educated at Columbia ('61) and at Columbia Law School ('64). (Married.) Member Catholic, Union, and Racquet and Tennis Clubs and New England Society.

OTIS, JOHN C.-Physician, 319 Mill street, Poughkeepsie. Born in Stanford, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Jan. 4, 1847. Educated at Dutchess County Academy, University of Vermont, and at New York Homeopathic Medical College. (Married.) President Delamater Carriage Co.; director Farmers' and Manufacturers' National Bank; member of the Board of Health since 1888; trustee Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery and St. Barnabas Foundation; vestryman Christ Church. President of Dutchess County Homeopathic Medical Society for ten years. Member Amrita, Golf, Tennis and Dutchess Clubs, Reform Club of New York City, and New York State Homeopathic Medical and Dutchess County Homeopathic Medical Societies.

OTIS, NORTON P.-Elevator Manufacturer, 38 Park row, New York City; residence Yonkers. Was mayor of Yonkers, member of the State Legislature and president of the New York State Commission to the Paris Exposition. Chairman board of directors Otis Elevator Co. Member Fulton, Adirondack League and Engineers' Clubs and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

OTIS, RICHARD C.-Farmer, Denmark. Born in Denmark, May 25, 1858. Educated in Denmark and Rochester. (Married.) Member of the firm of Cook & Otis. Director Carthage National Bank. Was assessor of town one term. Now supervisor town of Denmark; adjuster-at-large Jefferson County P. F. R. A. Member Congregational Church and Denmark Grange.

OSGOOD, HOWARD-Baptist Clergyman, Rochester. Born in Plaquemine Parish, La., Jan. 4, 1831. Educated at Harvard (A.B.). Degrees of D.D. from Brown University in 1868 and LL.D. from Princeton in 1894. (Married Caroline Townsend Lawrence in 1853, who died in 1898.) Ordained to Baptist ministry in 1856. Pastor in Flushing, L. I., 1856-8, and in New York City, 1860-6. Professor of Hebrew at Crozer Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pa., 1864-74; same chair at Rochester Theological Seminary since 1875. Member of the American committee of revision of the Old Testament.

OSGOOD, JOHN C.-Mining, 71 Broadway, New York City; residence Denver, Colo. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., March 6, 1851. President Colorado Fuel and Iron Co. Member Manhattan, Lawyers' and Players' Clubs and American Museum of Natural History.

OSGOOD, WILLIAM B. – Bicycle Dealer, 237 Broadway, New York City, and 611 Fulton street, Brooklyn; residence 265 Schermerhorn street, Brooklyn, Connected with the Osgood Cycle Co. Member Union League Club of Brooklyn, U. S. Grant Post, G. A. R., F. & A. M., and Ex-Prisoners of War Association.

O'SHAUGHNESSY, JAMES F.-Promoter, 35 Wall street, New York City; residence 13 West 56th street. Member New York Yacht, Manhattan, Catholic, Jekyl Island, Metropolitan and Tuxedo Clubs and Southern Society.

OSTROM, JOHN N.-Bridge Engineer, Park Build- · Ing. Pittsburg, Pa.; residence East Randolph, N. Y. Born in Corinth, N. Y., June 6, 1851. Educated at Cornell (B.C.E., '77 and C.E., '94). (Single.) Assistant engineer Chicago, Burlington and Quincy R. R., 18825; bridge engineer Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe R. R., 1886-7, and bridge and division engineer Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe R. R., 1887-8. Member Cornell University Club of New York City, Psi Upsilon Fraternity, American Society of Civil Engineers and Western Society of Engineers.

O'SULLIVAN, SYLVESTER J. — Manager, 140 Broadway, New York City; residence Hotel Kensington. Born in Prescott, Ontario, Canada, June 19, 1846. Educated in public schools. (Widower.) Resident manager United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co. of Baltimore, Md. Member Manhattan Club.

O'SWALD, CHARLES PERCY – Manager, 37 Broadway, New York City; residence 33 West 39th street. Born in Hamburg, Germany, Sept. 1, 1866. Educated in Hamburg. (Single.) Manager HamburgAmerican Line; secretary Hamburg-American Line Terminal and Navigation Co. Member Larchmont Yacht, Racquet and Tennis, and New York Yacht Clubs, New York Produce and Maritime Exchanges and Deutscher Verein.

OTHEMAN, FRANCIS W.-Woolen Goods Merchant, 22 White street, New York City; residence 41 East 53d street. Member Union League and Merchants' Clubs and New England Society.

OTIS, A. WALKER-Lawyer, 111 Broadway, New York City; residence 70 West 82d street. Member of the firm of Otis & Pressinger. Member Democratic and Patria Clubs, Sons of the Revolution and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OTIS, CHARLES HARRISON-Lawyer, 189 Montague street, Brooklyn; residence 108 Joralemon street. Educated at Harvard (73). Member University and Harvard Clubs of New York City, and Hamilton Club of Brooklyn

OTIS, CHARLES R.-Elevator Manufacturer, 88 Buena Vista avenue, Yonkers. Born in Troy, N. Y., April 29, 1835. (Married.) Founder of Otis Bros. & Co., and for twenty-five years president of same. Retired in February, 1890. Member of Board of Councilors New York University, and Board of Education, Yonkers. Trustee Peoples' Savings Bank, Yonkers, and Northfield Seminary. East Northfield, Mass. Member Automobile Club of America.

OTIS. ELWELL S.-Major-General, United States Army: residence Rochester. Educated in Rochester. (Married.) Military Governor of the Philippine Íslands, 1898-1900.

OTIS. WILIJAM K. -- Physician, 5 West 50th street, New York City. Educated at Columbia ('82). Member University, Players', and Racquet and Tennis Clubs and Columbia University Alumni and Century Associations.

OTTENDORFER, OSWALD - Journalist, Tryon row, New York City; residence 150 Central Park, South. Born in Zwittau, Austria, Feb. 26, 1826. Educated at the Universities of Vienna and Prague. (Married Mrs. Anna Uhl in 1859, who died in 1884.) Was active in the revolutions in Vienna against the Metternich Government in 1848, and later in the SchleswigHolstein War against Denmark, and in the revolutions in Saxony and Baden. Resident of New York City since 1850. Served as alderman, 1872-4; candidate for mayor, 1874. Founded a home on Long Island for aged and indigent men; also the Isabella Heimath and Ottendorfer Free Library in New York City. President and director New Yorker Staats Zeitung Corporation, proprietors of the “New Yorker Staats zaltung." Member Manhattan, City, Reform and Patria Clubs, American Geographical and Arion Societies, Century Association, Scientific Alliance and Liederkranz.

OTTERBOURG, EUGENE-Lawyer, 170 Broadway, New York City; residence 115 East 54th street. Member of the firm of Otterbourgh, Jenks & Springs. Director Park Building and Loan Association. Member Democratic Club, Liederkranz, Tammany Society, New York Law Institute, State Bar Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OTTLEY, JAMES H.-Patterns, 146 West 14th street, New York City; residence 260 West 73d street. Born in New York City, 1857. Educated in New York City. (Married.) President, treasurer and director McCall Co.

OTTMANN, LOUIS-Provision Dealer, 25 Fulton Market, New York City; residence 38 West 73d street. President and director William Ottmann & Co. and J. Ottmann Lithographing Co.; director Eastmans Co. Member New York Athletic, Reform and Fulton Clubs and Liederkranz.

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