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SECRET AND BENEFIT SOCIETIES–Continued. Eclipse, 268, Broadway and Willoughby av., Hope, 81, 200 Joralemon st., 1st and 3d Mon1st and 3d Wednesdays.

days. East New York, 399, Twenty-sixth Ward.

Ivanhoe, 79, 476 Fifth av., 2d and 4th ThursFriendship, 80, Myrtle av., cor. Waverly, 2d days. and 4th Thursdays.

James A. Garfield, 114 Graham av., 1st and 3d Fern, 258, 315 Washington st., 1st and 3d Thursdays. Thursdays.

Luther, 278, 30 Sumner av., 2d and 4th TuesIonic, 212, Kingston and Atlantic avs., 1st and days. 3d Thursdays.

Martin, 283, Fulton st., cor. Troy av., 2d and Kings County, 417, Myrtle and Washington 4th Tuesdays. avs., 1st and 3d Fridays.

Martha Washington, 56, 261 Grand st., 2d and Oxford, 103, Flatbush av. and Nevins st., 1st 4th Wednesdays. and 3d Wednesdays.

Nassau, 147, 389 Fulton st., 2d and 4th TuesOwen, 335, 476 Fifth av., 1st and 3d Mondays. days.

Pipsissewa, 71, Court and Joralemon sts., 2d Philip Rockel, 114, 54 Morrell st., 1st and 3d and 4th Mondays.

Fridays. Putnam, 240, 685 Myrtle av., ad and 4th Thurs- Prospect, 335, Warner Institute, Broadway and days.

Willoughby av., 1st and 3d Fridays. Prospect Heights, 254, Ninth st., cor. Fifth av. Senate, 73, 217 Court st., 2d and 4th Thurs

Pro Patria, 274, 974 Fulton st., 1st and 3d Fri- days. days.

Stella, cor. Clinton and Montague sts., 1st and Stuyvesant, 315 Fulton st. and Troy av., st., 1st 3d Tuesdays. and 3d Fridays.

Vanderbilt, 203, Johnston Building, Fulton st. United States, 100, De Kalb and Marcy avs., 2d and Flatbush avs., 1st and 3d Tuesdays. and 4th Wednesdays.

W. S. Hancock, 220, 407 Bridge st., 1st and 3d Woodbine, 220, "6 Brooklyn av., 2d and 4th Thursdays. Thursdays.

Welcome, 268, 142 Flatbush av., 1st, 3d and 5th Webster, 428, De Kalb and Bedford av., 1st Wednesdays. and 3d Thursdays.

Order United American Mechanics. Order of Sons of Hermann.

L. N. Hart, S. C., 3 Perry st., N. Y. G. H. Atlantic, 121, 123 Smith st., 2d and 4th Sundays,

Burton, S. C. S. Deutsche Eicben, 30, 1871 Fulton st., 1st and 3d

America, 13, 176 Grand st., 2d and 3d Fridays. Thursdays.

Empire, 19, Fifth av., cor. 7th st., Mondays. Franklin, 76, 99 Boerum pl., 1st and 3d Tues

Gravesend, 24, Gravesend, L. I., Tuesdays. days.

Osceola, 23, 869 Bedford av., Mondays. Freie Maenner, 52, Fifth av., cor. Twenty-third

Victory, 12, Lafayette and Reid avs., 1st, 3d st., 1st and 3d Mondays.

and 5th Wednesdays.
Greenpoint, 121 Franklin st., 1st and 3d Fri-

Order of the World.
Peter Cooper, 119, 143 McKibbin st., 1st and 3d

Brooklyn, 21, Flatbush av., cor. Nevins st., 2d

and 4th Thursdays. Order of United Friends,

Pioneer, 22, 112 Court st., 1st and 3d Fridays. Albert C. Wheeler, 186_Remsen st., Brooklyn, Grand Councilor; Isaac B. Barrett, 50 Ştate st.,

Royal Arcanum. Albany, Grand Recorder; S. G. Taylor, 1548 Grand Reg., Charles Avery, Buffalo; Grand Ninth av., New York, Grand Treasurer.

Sec., J. Y. Bicknell, 314 Vermont av., Buffalo. Alpha, 37, Court st., cor. Sackett st., 1st and Acme, 594, Seventh av. and Ninth st., 2d and 3d Tuesdays.

4th Wednesdays. Arion, 302, cor. Morrell and Varet sts., ad and Amaranth, 461, 153 Pierrepont st., 1st and 3d 4th Saturdays.

Tuesdays. Brooklyn, 136, Twenty-third st., cor. Fifth av., Bedford, 655, Nostrand, cor. Gates av., 1st and 1st, 3d and 5th Wednesdays.

3d Fridays. Bartholdi, 175, 261 Grand st., 1st and 3d Fri- Brooklyn, 72, Criterion Lodge Rooms, Fulton days.

st., near Grand av., Wednesdays. Bedford, 188, cor. DeKalb and Bedford avs., Bravura, 1285, Troy av. and Fulton st., ad and 1st and 3d 'Mondays.

4th Tuesdays. Brooklyn City, 141, 217 Court st., 1st and 3d Burnside, 625, Criterion Lodge Rooms, Fulton Thursdays.

st., near Grand av., 1st, 3d and 5th Tuesdays. Bushwick, 254, 98 Graham av., 1st and 3d Tues- Carroll Park, 630, Court and Sackett sts., ed days.

and 4th Tuesdays. Capitoline, 228, 897 Gates av., 2d and 4th Mon- Commonwealth, 542, Wilson's, 153 Pierrepont days.

st., 1st and 3d Fridays. Concordia, 111, 114 Graham av., 1st and 3d Fri- De Long, 725, Amphion Academy, E. D., 1st, days.

3d and 5th Fridays. Cooper, 61, Cooper and Bushwick avs., ad and DeWitt Clinton, 419, 1252-4 Bedford av., Tues4th Thursdays.

days. Diamond, 363, 409 Bridge st., 2d and 4th Thurs- East New York, 953, Pythian Hall, cor. Atlandays.

tic and Georgia avs., 2d and 4th Mondays. Diana, 348, 258 Court st., 1st and 3d Mondays. Equality, 1240, Broadway, cor.Willoughby av., Eagle, 74, 409 Bridge st., 2d and 4th Mondays. 1st

and 3d Thursdays. Eintracht, 277, 43 Ellery st., 2d and 4th Wed. Fern, 774, cor. Myrtle and Waverly avs., Wednesdays.

nesdays. Ernst, 327, 12A Hopkins st., 2d and 4th Tues- Fort Greene, 1048, Flatbush av. and Nevins st., days.

2d and 4th Thursdays. Fraternity, 224, cor. Bedford av. and South Franklin, 253, Criterion Lodge Rooms, Fulton Second st., 2d and 4th Fridays.

st., near Grand av., 1st and 3d Wednesdays. Franklin, 133, 61 Graham av., 2d and 4th Tues- Fraternity, 504, 99 Broadway, E. D., 2d and 4th days.

Mondays. Fountain, 206, 315 Washington st., 2d and 4th Fulton, 299, Johnston Building, Fulton and Thursdays.

Nevins st., 1st and 3d Thursdays. Goethe Hain, 97, 143 McKibbin st., 1st and 3d Iolanthe, 318, 177 and 179 Montague st., 2d and Saturdays.

4th Tuesdays. Greenpoint, 167, cor. Manhattan av. and Mes. Kings County, 459, 99 Broadway, 1st and 3d erole st., 1st and 3d Wednesdays.


SECRET AND BENEFIT SOCIETIES–Continued. Long Island, 173, 165 Waverly av., 2d, 4th and Progressive, 40, cor. Manhattan av. and Mes5th Fridays.

erole, 2d and 4th Tuesdays. Montauk, 651, Royal Arcanum Hall, 407 Bridge Pilgrim, 29, Broadway and Willoughby av., st., 1st and 3d Thursdays.

1st and 3d Tuesdays. Morning Star, 680, 177 and 179 Montague st., 2d Thistle, 27, Long Island City, Vernon av. and and 4th Wednesdays.

Ferry st., 2d and 4th Wednesdays. Nassau, 822, 153

st., 1st and 3d U. S. Grant, 18, Association Hall, 253 ManhatWednesdays.

tan av., Tuesdays. Ocean Hill, 1134, Hopkins av, and Fulton st., 1st and 3d Fridays.

United Order of Druids. Osceola, 759, Masonic Temple, 1st and 3d Tues- Brooklyn Circle, 1, 134 Graham av., 1st and 3d days.

Sundays. Oxford, 650, Court and Joralemon sts., ad and Long Island Hain, Graham av, and Seigel st., 4th Fridays.

1st and 3d Thursdays. Peconic, 631, 153 Pierrepont st., 2d and 4th Fri- United Brother Groove, 2, 134 Graham av., days.

every Saturday. Philadelphos, 562, Nostrand, cor. Gates av., 2d and 4th Mondays.

United Order of the Golden Cross, Pro Patria, 1312, Broadway, cor. Halsey st., 2d Bedford, 268, Eighteenth st. and Third av., 1st and 4th Tuesdays.

3d and 5th Wednesdays. Ridgewood, 678, 897 Gates av., 2d and 4th Brooklyn, 116, Ninth st. and Fifth av., 2d and Wednesdays.

4th Tuesdays. Stuyvesant, 690, 1630 Fulton st., 2d and 4th Thursdays.

Unabhaengiger Orden der Guten Vigilantia, 1065, Criterion Building, Fulton st.,

Brueder. near Grand av., 2d and 4th Fridays.

Washington Irving, 821, 897 Gates av., 1st, 3d Grand Lodge of the State meets every first and 5th Tuesdays.

Sunday in the month, 47 Meserole st., Brooklyn. Welcome, 703, Willoughby Hall, 2d and 4th Columbia, 54, every two weeks, Wednesdays, Wednesdays.

Ewen and Meserole sts.

Eintracht, 64, 583 Sixth av., 1st and 3d ThursShipwrights' Association.

days. Mutual Relief and Benefit, 125 India st., 1st and Geo. Washington, 4, 583 Sixth av., every 4th 3d Wednesdays.


Hermann, 52, 47 Meserole st., every two weeks, Society of the Secret Guardians. Tuesdays. Office of Supreme Council, 909 Gates av. Val

J. A. Garfield, 14, 211 Montrose av., 2d and 4th

Sundays. entine Stratton, Supreme Guardian.

Lincoln, 44, 47 Meserole st., every Friday. Edith Council, 15, 116 Calyer st., 2d and 4th Thursdays.

Long Island, 7, 47 Meserole st., every 2d Sun

day. Jupiter, 22, 217 Court st., 2d and 4th Fridays. Pioneer Council, 1, 854 Gates av., 1st and 3d

Martha Washington, 1, 47 Meserole st., 2d and

4th Thursdays. Fridays. Scottish Clans,

United Italian Societies. Clan MacDonald, 33, cor. Court and Jorale

Italian Mutual Benefit Society, 9 Union st., F. mon sts. Walter Scott, Jr., Chief.

Castellano, Pres.; G. Dell'Oglio, Vice-Pres.; T.

Castellano, Sec. Membership, 300,
Spanish Societies.

Fraterno Amore Society, A. Sabbatino, Pres.;

A. Vitale, Vice-Pres.; F. Giri, Sec. Member La Nacional Mutual Benevolent Society—315

ship, 100. Washington st., 2d Saturday. V. Guerra, Pres., National Italian Society, R. Barbuti, Pres.; G. 350 Macon st.; Tomas Rodrigues, Sec. Incorpor

Stefani, Vice-Pres. ; B. Bizzo, 91 Fulton st. ated 1868. Capital, $15,000. Membership, 350.

Membership, 93. La Arrnonia, Instruction and Recreation-81

Society of the Prince of Naples, of South Fulton st. C. Blanco, Pres., 285 Pearl st.; J. R. Brooklyn, D. Minutolo, Pres.; G. Montepucchi, Sanchez, Sec., 202 Pearl st. Membership, 250. Vice-Pres.; R. Castellano, Sec. Membership,

La Beneficencia Española-For the purpose of 95. aiding destituto Spaniards in Brooklyn, 81 Ful. Societa di Mutue Soccaro-Cor. Carroll and ton st., Mr. Agiuguren, Pres ; Ramon R. Mar- Columbia sts. tinez, Sec., 213 Pearl st., 'N. Y. Membership, 325.

Stato Maggiore Savoja Society, P. La Noce, Templars of Liberty.

Pres.; G. Scafidi, Vice-Pres.: P. Miceli, Sec.

Membership, 35. Worthy Grand Templar, George W. Palmer, 270 Eckford st., Brooklyn; Worthy Grand Re

Women's Relief Corps, corder, E, C. Slocum, 183 Nassau av., Brooklyn. Cherusker, 4, 143 McKibbin st., ist and 3d


Sarah C. Nichols, Auburn, Dept. Pres.; Ada G. Columbia, 11, 176 Grand st., 2d and 4th Mon- Mohr, 200 Decatur st., Brooklyn, Sen, Vice-Pres.; days.

Jennie P. Shepard, Seneca Falls, N. Y., Dept. Eureka, 36, Jamaica, Masonic Hall, 1st and 3d Sec. Saturdays.

Mansfield, 5, Mary Voezy, Pres.; 1st and 3d Farragut, 19, 181 Withers st., Tuesdays.

Fridays. Gideon, 5, cor. Manhattan av. and Meserole, James H. Perry, 35, E. Taverniere, Pres. ; 718 1st, 3d and 5th Tuesdays.

Myrtle av., 2d and 4th Thursdays, Goethe, 89 Grand st., ad and 4th Tuesdays. William Lloyd Garrison, Frances Green,

Geo. A. Custer, 43, Cooper and Bushwick avs., Pres.; 129 Nassau st., 2d Friday of each month. 1st and 3d Mondays.

Rankin, 154, Phebe Ritchie, Pres.; 472 Fifth av. H. V. Thompson, 25, Throop and Tompkins 2d and 4th Mondays. avs., Mondays.

Cushing, 136, Carrie Lewis, Pres.; 472 Fifth av., Humboldt, 2, Germania Hall, 121 Franklin st., 1st and 3d Wednesdays. 2d and 4th Thursdays.

Mayflower, 26, 118 Myrtle av., 1st and 3d Mondays.

The New Light Colored Baptist Church, at Olive, 14, Templars' Hall, cor. Park and Tomp- Westbury, L I., was organized in 1790. The one kins avs., Mondays.

hundredth anniversary was celebrated in 1890.


Social Clubs. ALGONQUIN—63 First pl. Thomas H. Troy, Pres.; James Watt, M. D., Vice-Pres.; W. F. Penney, Treas.; James H. Mairs, Sec. Membership limit, 200.

AMPHION-See Musical Societies.

AURORA GRATA CLUB-Bedford av., near Madison st. Sydney F. Walker, Pres.; T. Jefferson Stevens, Sec.; Ludwig Nissen, Treas.

BROOKLYN-Pierrepont st., cor. Clinton. H. W. Slocum, Pres.; Harry C. Duval, Treas.; W. D. Steele, Sec. House Committee, Wm. C. Smith, Schuyler Walden, George P. Merrill. Membership, 332.

BEDFORD—664 Classon av. James Richards, Pres.; P. J. Sheridan, Vice-Pres.; M. T. Dowden, Sec. Membership, 200.

CARLETON-St. Marks av., cor. Sixth. M. J. Bailey, Pres.; John H. Fulcher, Treas.; George McBurney, Sec. Membership, 160.

COLUMBIAN-130 Clinton st. B. J. York, Pres.; Joseph Slevin, Vice-Pres.; L. E. Pendergast, Sec.; John L. McCabe, Treas. Membership, 180.

CONSTITUTION CLUB—48 Willoughby st. Thos. E. Pearsall, Pres.; John B. Meyenborg, Sec.; John F. Frost, Treas. Membership, 190.

ECKFORD CLUB-95 Broadway. Frank E. McElroy, Pres.; Charles D. Brien, Sec.; W. E. Walters, Treas.

EXCELSIOR-Clinton st., cor. Livingston. Geo. W. Chauncey, Pres.; Harry C. Duval, Vice-Pres.; W. B. Despard, Rec. Sec.; Rodney A. Ward, Cor. Sec.; E. A. Mason, Treas. House Committee; W. H. Clapp, R. Emmet Dixon, F. B. Walker. Membership, 200.

FRIENDSHIP_93 South Ninth st. Robert Seligman, Pres.; Joseph Kessel, Sec.

GERMANIA-120 Schermerhorn st. Guido Pleissner, Pres.; Harry Franke, Vice-Pres.; L. Dreier, Treas.; E. Steinback, Sec. Membership, 310.

HAMILTON_Clinton st., cor. Remsen. George M. Olcott, Pres.; James McKeen, Sec.; I. Sherwood Coffin, Treas. Membership, 678.

HANOVER CLUB-Bedford av., cor. Rodney st. William C. Bryant, Pres ; A. C. Hallam, M. D., Vice-Pres.; Millard F. Smith, Treas.; H. F. Gunnison, S:c. Membership, 300.

IHPETONGA-124 Remsen st. Arthur M. Hatch, 14 Nassau st., New York, Sec. and Treas. Membership, 58.

LAWRENCE CLUB-Cor. Waverly and Myrtle avs. Herman Liebmann, Pres.; Isador Isaacsen, Vice-Pr.S.; Julius Wechsler, Treas.; Alfred Newman, Rec. Sec.; Joseph Hess, Cor. Sec. Membership, 110.

LINCOLN-65 and 67 Putnam av. Joseph B. Bowden, Pres.; Emerson W. Keyes, Sec.; Chas. K. Wallace, Treas. Membership, 375.

MERCHANTS' CLUB-95 South Tenth st., near Bedford av. W. H. Manning, Pres.; C. W.F. Dare, Sec.; P. Weidmann, Jr., Treas. Membership, 60. MONTAUK—Lincoln pl. and Eighth

av. Charles A. Moore.

Pres.; J. E. Hayes, Vice-Pres.; W. W. Rossiter, Treas.; A. S. Higgins, Sec. Membership, 300.

OXFORD-Lafayette av., cor South Oxford st. Sanford H. Steele, Pres.; H. J. Morse, Vice-Pres.; W. C. Pate, Sec.; 'Eugene Britton, Treas. Membership, 380.

PUTNAM-Twenty-fifth st. and Third av. Peter Wilson, Pres.; George Schattenkircher, VicePres.; C. D. Willard, Fin. Sec.; Oscar Abrams, Sec.; 'Jesse Goodnough, Treas. Membership, 138.

REVONA CLUB-433 Court st. Peter J. Brady, Pres.; M. J. McGrath, V.-Pres.; John J. Kearney, Sec.

ROYAL ARCANUM CLUB-163 Livingston st. John Y. Fitchett, Pres.; Joseph Greason, Vice-Pres.; George G. Barnard, Sec.; Thos. I. Dixon, Treas. Membership, 221.

UNION LEAGUE-Cor. Bedford av, and Dean st. F. H. Wilson, Pres,; J. Hussey and Devine M.

Munger, Vice-Pres.; John S. Nugent, Treas.; F. R. Moore and John T. Sackett, Secs. Membership, 1,000.

UNION-130 Taylor st. Samuel Guthrie, Pres.; George E. Moulton, Sec.; T. C. Disbrow, Treas. Membership, 30.

WINDSOR-Lee av., cor. Clymer st. F. W. Wurster, Pres.; Mathew Dean, Vice-Pres.; A. P. Day, Treas.; W. A. Griffen, Sec. Membership, 40.

Societies and Associations. ACADEMY OF MUSIC— Montague st., near Court, H. K. Sheldon, Pres.; W. Cary Sanger, Sec. and Treas.

AFRO-AMERICAN LEAGUE—Place of meeting, Nazarene Church, Adelphi st. Rev. W. T. Dixon, Pres.; D. M. Webster, Sec.

ASSOCIATION OF FULLY DISABLED VETERANS City Hall. M. H. Chapel, Pres.; J. Jochum, Sec.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE -John Greene, Pres.; Rev. Herbert F. Farrell, 225 Sixth av., Sec. Membership, 60.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF WRIGHT'S BUSINESS COLLEGE-E. Andrews, Jr., Pres. ; James W. Dare, Sec. Membership, 200.

BEECHER STATUE FUND COMMITTEE-Rev. C. H. Hall, D. D., Chairman; Brooklyn Trust Co., Treas.; R. B. Moffatt, Sec., 60 Cotton Exchange Building, New York. Amount of the fund November 1, 1890, $32,036.60.

BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MEDICINE-142 Prince st. Membership, 147; object, liberal and progressive medicine. G. P. Carman, M. D., Pres.; H. B. Smith, M. D., Sec.

BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE-Warner Institute, Broadway and Willoughby av. Incorporated 1888. Membership, 29. John Loeber, Þres.; B. L. Bartlett, Cor. Sec., 732 Park av.

BROOKLYN CHINESE PROTECTIVE UNION-543 Atlantic av. Ju Sing, Pres.; P. Sun Yon, Sec. Membership, 50.

BROOKLYN DENTAL SOCIETY—356 Bridge st. E. T. Rippier, Pres.; F. W. Moore, Sec.; F. C. Walker, Treas.; L. G. Wilber, Librarian, 54 Fort Greene pl. Membership, 58.


BROOKLYN PATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY-356 Bridge st., John C. Shaw, M. D., Pres.; R. G. Eccles, M. D.. Sec. and Treas.

BROOKLYN PRINCIPALS' ASSOCIATION-James Cusack, Pres.; William T. Vlymen, Sec., and Treas. Membership, about 50. Male principale and superintendents.

BROOKLYN PHILOSOPHICAL ASSOCIATION 118 South Eighth st. Membership, 36. Object, the propagation of knowledge, practical and philosophic. John Stone, Pres.; J. W. Dare, Sec.

BROOKLYN STENOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION-178 Clermont av. T. S. Lewis, Pres.; A. Hoffman, Sec.: J. A. Rasener, Treas.


W, A. Welsh, Vice-Pres.; James Cruikshank, Treas.; W. L. Felter and E. A. Moriarty, Secs.

BROOKLYN TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION–Edward Bush, Pres.; Miss Martha L. Nash, Sec.; G. L. A. Martin, Treas. Membership, about 1,600.

BROOKLYN TURN VEREIN-200 Court st. A. F. Siemann, Pres.; M. Bethge, Sec.; L. Bommer, Treas. Membership, 176.


BROOKLYN WOMAN'S CLUB—80 Willoughby st. Mrs. Amelia K. Wing, Pres.; Mrs. H. H. Backus, Vice-Pres.; Mrs. Susan K. Wright and Mrs. Ada C. Spelman, Secs. Membership, 150.

BROOKLYN WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATIONMrs. Cornelia H. Cary, Pres.; Mrs. A. C. Field, Vice-Pres. ; Mrs M. W. Chapman, Cor. Sec.; Miss L. S. Stilson, Rec. Sec.

BUSINESS WOMAN'S UNION—80 Willoughby st., a boarding house for self-supporting women. Mrs. Anna C. Field, Pres.; L. F. Beecher, Supt.

ORGANIZATIONS-SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS—Continued. DANIA SOCIETY-337 Fifth av. H. C. Heistad, cordial, helpful relation between members of Pres.; S. C. Simonsen, Vice-Pres.; H. Evers, the medical profession of Brooklyn. Sec.; C. Nelson, Treas.' Membership, 50.

SOCIETY OF OLD BROOKLYNITES-Hall of ReEASTEN DISTRICT EXEMPT FIREMEN'S ASSOCIA- cords. First Thursday in each month. Objects, TION-Bedford av., near North Second st. Moses social, historical and genealogical. John W. Engle, Pres.; John Dalton, Sec.; G. McMullen, Hunter, Pres.; Edward Whit and Charles Treas. Membership, 450.

C. Leigh, Vice-Pres.; S. A. Haynes, James L. EXEMPT FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION, WESTERN DIs- Watson, M. D., and Daniel T. Leverich, Secs.; TRICT-John T. Finn, Pres.; T. A. Drake, Sec., Judah B. Voorhees, Treas. Membership, 275. 582 Pacific st.; William Burrell, Treas.

SOUTH BROOKLYN TURN VEREIN-104 Sixteenth EMERALD ASSOCIATION-44 Court st. Member- st. Paul Meyer, Pres.; G. H. Weppler, Sec. ship, 175. Object, the giving of an annual ball ST. NICHOLAS SOCIETY OF NASSAU ISLANDfor the benefit of the orphans in Roman Catholic Object, to keep up acquaintance between orphan asylums. Eugene F. O'Connor, Pres.; J. descendants of the Dutch settlers of Long Island F. Meehan, Sec.; Arthur McGerald, Treas.

prior to 1876. Silas Ludlam, Pres.; W. T. Lane, FRIENDLY SONS OF ST. PATRICK-Andrew T. Sec. Membership, 300. Sullivan, Pres.; J. Murphy, Vice-Pres.; T. D. SONS OF THE REVOLUTION–Frederick S. TallMurphy, Sec. Membership, 50.

madge, Pres. GREENPOINT BURNS CLUB - James Kellock, Sr. PATRICK SOCIETY–Main object, to celePres.; James Dickson, Sec.; Robert Neil, Treas. brate in a proper and becoming manner the anMembership, 35.

niversary of St. Patrick's day. J. C. McGuire, GREENPOINT TURN VEREIN-Eagle and Frank. Pres.; Joseph A. Kene, M. D., Sec.; John H. Newlin sts. T. G. Zahler, Pres.; Otto D. Kuck, Sec. man, Treas. Membership, 250. 46 pupils.

STRANAHAN STATUE COMMITTEE-John Gibb, HOAGLAND LABORATORY-Henry, cor. Pacific Chairman; John B. Woodward, Treas.; Elijah st. Object, the promotion of the higher branches R. Kennedy, Sec. of medical science. C. N. Hoagland, M.D., Pres.; SEIDL SOCIETY-Johnston Building, Flatbush J. H. Raymond, M. D., Sec. and Treas.

av. and Fultop st. (Brighton Beach Hotel in sumHOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY mer). Mrs. Laura Holloway-Langford, Pres.; OF KINGS—44 Court st., 2d Tuesday in each Mrs. Seth Low, Vice-Pres.; Mrs. John Tiallon, month. Edward Chapin, M. D., Pres.; H. D. Chairman Ex. Com.; Miss Inez G. Hall, Cor. Schenck, M. D., Sec., 241 McDonough st. Mem- Sec.; Miss Maria Steele, Treas. Membership, bership, 114.

500. KINGS COUNTY PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY-356 THIRTEENTH REGIMENT VETERAN ASSOCIATION Bridge st. Wm. M. Davis, Pres.; F. N. Bliss, -Meets at Armory on 10th of each month. Theo. Sec. and Treas. Membership, 180.

B. Gates, Pres. ; F. A. Baldwin, Sec. ; C. KINGS COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION-315 W: Tandy, Treas.; Judah B. Voorhees, ComWashington st. Wm. McCollum, M. D., Pres.; J. *missary. C. Bierwirth, M. D., Sec. Membership, 90.

TREE PLANTING AND FOUNTAIN SOCIETY—To enLONG ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY-Pierrepont courage the planting of trees and beautifying st., cor. Clinton. Organized 1863. Objects, the the city and placing of fountains in public collection of a general library of reference; for- streets. S. B. Duryea, Pres.; L. Collins, Sec.; mation of a museum of works of art relics Gordon L. Ford, Treas. and curiosities, a cabinet of specimens illustrat- THE BROOKLYN ETHICAL ASSOCIATION-Coning the natural and physical history of Long nected with the Second Unitarian Church. Dr. Island. Rev. Richard Š. Storrs, D. D,, Pres.: Lewis G. Janes, Pres.; William Potts, Vice-Pres.; John Jay Pierrepont, Treas.; Emma Toedtberg, James A. Skilton, Sec., 115 Broadway, N. Y. Librarian in charge. Elias Lewis, Jr., Curator City; H. R. Ham, Treas. of Museum. Membership, 1,275.

THE NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY IN THE CITY OF MEDICAL MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY-146 Pierre- BROOKLYN--Membership, 450. Objct. to compont st. E. H. Wilson, Pres.; Albert Brinkman, memorate the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers Sec

(Dec. 21), and to promote the stud: of New MEDICAL SOCIETY OF KINGS COUNTY—356 Bridge England history, charity and good fellowship. st. Walter B. Chase, M. D., Pres.;

W.M. Hutch- Willard Bartlett, Pres ; Thos. S. Moore, Sec.; inson, Sec.; Chas. N. Cox, M. D., Treas. Mem- William H. Williams, Treas. bership, 409. Publish the Brooklyn Medical TURN VEREIN OF BROOKLYN, E. D.-01 Meserole Journal.

st. Fred. Bading, Pres.; Fred. C. Gross, Sec. MEMORIAL AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE G. A. R, Membership, 248. -Room 14, City Hall. Thomas B. Rutan, Chair- VASSAR STUDENTS' AID SOCIETY, BROOKLYN man; Joseph Conrady, Treas.

BRANCH-Mrs. Frank L. Babbott, Pres.; Mrs. MIZPHAH CIRCLE-Johnston Building, Flatbush Chas. O. Gates, Sec. av., cor. Fulton st., 1st and 3d Thursdays. Ob- VETERAN VOLUNTEER FIREMEN, BROOKLYN, W. ject, the general improvement of the blind and D.-90 Livingston st. M. S. Brown, Pres.; Jos. the founding of an Industrial Home for the H. Downing, Sec. Blind. David H. Winter, Pres.: Miss Margaret VOLUNTEER FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION-Room 10, A. Quee, Sec.; Mrs. E. M. Manning, Treas. Mem- City Hall. John Courtney, Pres.; A. H. F. bership, 23.

Bauer, Sec.; T. H. Dixon, Treas. Membership, NEW YORK ARBROATH ASSOCIATION-363 Fulton 1,000. st. James Allen, Pres.; David Gray, Sec. Mem. VOLUNTEER AND EXEMPT FIREMEN'S SONSbership, 75.

Union av. Alfred Parry, Pres.; Edward Murray, NEW Lots EXEMPT FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION- Sec. Membership, 50. Sheffield and Atlantic L. L. Hopp, Pres.; WOMEN'S HEALTH PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATIONGeorge Rodebeck, Sec. Membership, 146.

Mrs. James Scrimgeour, Pres.; Mrs. Richard NEW ENGLAND SOCIAL SOCIETY — Lester A. Lacey, Sec.; Mrs. Ethan Allen Doty, Treas. Rohers, Pres.; J. M. Parker, Sec.; L. S. Miller, YALE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF LONG ISLAND Treas. Membership, 130.

Rev. C. H. Hall, D. D., Pres.; Arnold G. Dana, Philo-CELTIC SOCIETY-Organized 1874. Daniel Arthur H. Ely, Secs. Membership, 100. Gilgannon, Pres.; M. Crane, Sec. 417 Gold st. 236 active members; 79 associate, 267 honorary.

Art Clubs. PHILATELIC CLUB OF BROOKLYN, Branch of the ART ASSOCIATION-Montague st., near Clinton. American Association—85 Court st. Object, the Thomas E. Stillman, Pres. ; Carll H. De Silver, study of postage stamps. Chas. Gregory, Pres.; Sec.; Gordon L. Ford, Treas. Alvah Davison, Sec. Membership, 86.

ART GUILD-201 Montague st., Miss E. R. CofPHYSICIANS' PROTECTIVE ALLIANCE-306 Sum- fin, Pres.; Miss Harriett S. Peck, Vice-Pres. and ner av. Charles Jewett, M. D., Pres; E. A. Day, Treas.; Miss E. W. Lewis, Sec.; Mr. Robert Blum M. D., Sec. Object, to develop and maintain a and Mr. Denis Bunker, Instructors.

ORGANIZATIONS-ART CLUBS—Continued. BBOOKLYN ART CLUB,F. J. Boston, Pres.; W. FAUST DRAMATIC CLUB-Cor. Court and JoraleE. Plimpton, Vice-Pres.; Wedworth Wadsworth, mon sts. Sec., Hotel St. George ; Frank Squier, Treas. FRANKLIN LITERARY SOCIETY_44 Court st.,

BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF PHOTOGRAPHY-Rooms every Monday. Arthur Murphy, Pres. ; George in the Hoagland Laboratory, Henry, cor. Pacific E. Waldo, Vice-Pres.; R. L. Overfield, Cor. Sec.; st. Frank La Manna, Pres.; Harry S. Fowler, J. A. Shaw, Rec. Sec. Membership, 80. Sec.; E. H. Quantin, Treas. 78 members.

FLORENCE DRAMATIC SOCIETY-Criterion BuildBROOKLYN SOCIETY OF AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY ing. H. P. Stevens, Pres.; C. B. Asbury, Sec. -101 Hicks st. C. M. Trowbridge, Pres.; H. P. Membership, 100. Sewall, Sec.; Allan Ormsbee, Treas.

FORTNIGHT CLUB—399 Classon av. F. W. OsREMBRANDT CLUB—John S. James, Pres.; Wal- born, Director; W. H. Martin, Pres.; T. F. Whitter K. Paye, 159 State st., Sec. 100 members. marsh, Sec. Membership, 30.

FULTON-C. G. Balmanno, Pres.; E. Q. Baker, Educational Institutions.

352 Fifth st.,

Sec. Membership, 25. ADELPHI ACADEMY-Lafayette av., cor. St.

GILBERT—531 Fulton st. B. G. Ackerman, Pres.; James pl. Albert C. Perkins, Principal. Aver

T. W. Smith, Sec.; F. J. Myers, Treas. Member age number of students, 926.


JEFFERSON CLUB-302 Manhattan av: John J. -George R. Fowler, M. D., Pres.; Reuben Jef.

Monock, Pres.; Jas. Dillon, Sec. Membership, 76. frey, Sec.; George A. Evans, Treas.


Fifth av. C. W. Ruhl, Pres.; Max Wahl, Sec. Livingston st., near Court. D. A. Cochran, Pres.

JOHNSON LITERARY ASSOCIATION—255 Fulton st. Number of instructors, 43; average number of

John F. Carroll, Pres. ; John F. Dooley, Sec., 261 students, 800. Academic and Collegiate depart

Hoyt st. Membership, 100. ments.

KENDAL DRAMATIC SOCIETY-W. J. Coleman, LONG ISLAND COLLEGE HOSPITAL MEDICAL Pres.; M. J. Jacobs, Treas.; A. Levy, Sec. COLLEGE-Henry st., cor. Pacific. Prof. Alex

LEONARDIS—138 South Fourth st. John D. ander J. C. Skene, M. D., Dean; Prof. J. S.

Murphy, Pres.; C. J. Davey, Sec. Membership,75. Wight, M. D., Treas. ; Prof. J. H. Raymond, Sec.

LONGFELLOW LITERARY CIRCLE-C. Hamilton, Number of students during term ending June,

Pres., 419 Greene av. 1890, 221; graduates, 56.

LYCEUM-T. G. Duncan, Pres.; E. Percy Smith, PACKER COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE—Joralemon st., Sec. Membership, 30. near Clinton. Truman J. Backus, Pres. Aver

MELPOMENE DRAMATIC—68 South Oxford st. age number of students, 740; instructors, 49.

T. T. Hayden, Pres.; W. E. Horton, Sec.; F. H. PRATT INSTITUTE—215 Ryerson st., bet. DeKalb

Bristow, Treas. Membership, 40. and Willoughby avs. Charles Pratt, Pres.; F. B.

MONTAUK DRAMATIC SOCIETY—590 Gates av. Pratt, Sec. and Treas. Average number of

H. T. Edwards, Sec., 475 Tompkins av. students, 2,361; instructors, 77.

MANHASSET CLUB-396 Clinton st. W.J. Coyle, St. FRANCIS' COLLEGE–Baltic st., near Court.

Pres.; W. J. Rooney, Sec.; J. J. Carlin, Treas. Franciscan Brothers; 300 students, boarders and

PHILOMATHEAN SOCIETY—465 Fulton st., Thursday scholars.

day evenings. F. K. Winslow, Pres.; T. E. ŠT. JOHN'S COLLEGE-Willoughby av., cor.

Crossman, Chairman Executive Committee; W. Lewis. Rev. J. A. Hartnett, C. M., Pres. Aver

G. Bowdoin, Sec. Membership, 25. age number of students, 195.


ley, Pres. Literary and Dramatic.


John Geoghegan, Sec. AMARANTH-40 Court st. Percy G. Williams,

PORTIA LADIES' LITERARY CLUB-Eastern DisPres.; Frank Hamlin, Sec.; P. O. Box 3047 New

trict. Mrs. Charles H. Russell, Pres. York city. Membership, 150.


TION-229 Front st. James Coyne, Pres.; T. H. Pres.; W. I. Vandergrift, Sec.; W. Wirt Griffin, Treas.

Norris, Sec. Membership, 160.

ST. AUGUSTINE'S HOLY NAME SOCIETY-L. J. BOOTH—191 Livingston st. F. E. Teeves, Pres.;

Brothers, Pres.; J. H. Dillon, Sec. M. L. Williams, Sec. Membership, 35.


TION-Walter F. Buckley, Pres.; Lawrence F. gregational Church, Adelphi st., near Fulton st. Ť. T. Fortune, Pres. ; William Chase, Sec. Mem.

Sharkey, Sec.

ST. PAUL'S GUARD–Warren st., near Court. bership, 300. BEAUX ESPRITS-W. L. Pietsch, Pres.; A. J.

W. J. Kinsella, Pres.; James F. O'Brien, Sec.



A. Fransioli, Pres.; H. E. Dermody, Sec.

ST. PETER'S LIBRARY ASSOCIATION-110 Warren uel C. Browne, Jr., Pres.; F. H. Johnson, 21742 Putnam av., Sec. Membership, 150.

st. C. A. Weber, Pres.; J. D. McInerney, Sec.

VISITATION LYCEUM—339 Van Brunt st. Thos. BOHEMIA—373 Putnam av. George McEvoy, Pres.; G. C. Parker, Sec.; F. H. Bristow, Treas.

Dibbins, Pres.; A. McDonald, Sec. Membership, 26.


sell, Pres.; W. G. Thompson, Sec.

YOUNG MEN'S CATHOLIC LITERARY ASSOCIABond and Fulton sts. George A. Price, Pres.;

TION-515 Fulton st.
Frank J. Parmelee, Sec., 118 Park pl. Member
ship, 1,300.
BUSH LITERARY UNION-118 South Eighth st.

BROOKLYN CHAUTAUQUA ASSEMBLY. H. S. Bachrach, Pres.; Max Billingheimer, Sec. The Assembly was organized in October, 1886.

CITIZENS' DEBATING SOCIETY-Hugh C. Miller, It is composed of twenty-five local circles and Pres.; Everett Moe, 68 Lawrence st., Sec. Mem- many isolated readers. 1,200 members. Resibership, 305.

dent Counselor, Lyman Abbott, D. D. Officers, CLARENDON LITERARY UNION-Prospect Hall, 1890-91: R. S. Pardington, D. D., Pres., 296 Atlantic and Waverly avs. Andrew J. Gregory, Driggs st.; N. H. Gillette. Vice-Pres., 322 Quincy Pres.; C. A. O'Neil, Sec. Membership, 55.

st.; Miss Cornelia Adele Teal, Sec., 214 Halsey CONFRATERNITY OF THE SACRED HEART-872 st. ; William F. Browne, Treas., 504 Halsey st. Bedford av. M. F. Dunne, Pres.; J. J. Seaman, Cor. Sec. Membership, 175.

LOCAL CIRCLES. DAVENPORT DRAMATIC-E. M. Crotty, Pres.; AD ASTRA -Miss Evelyn Morehouse, Sec., 370 Garry B. Adams, Vice-Pres.; Fred. Čuthbert, Clinton st. Sec., 476 Fifth av.; Lester R. Kent, Treas. Mem- ADRIEL-Miss Elizabeth Bishop, Sec., 99 Secbership, 50.

ond pl.

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