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ORGANIZATIONS-CHAUTAUQUA ASSEMBLY-Continued. ALTUS— Miss Hattie P. Wilson, Sec., 67 Vander- Onward, 875, 476 Fifth av., Wednesdays. bilt av.

Rescue, Fifty-fourth st. and Third av. BROOKLYN–Miss Bertha C. Beck, Sec., 156 Scandia, Swedish, 47, Court, cor, Union st., South Elliott pl.

Thursdays. BEECHER—Miss E. Sloane, Sec., 177 High st. Unity, 560, cor. Atlantic and Georgia avs., Fri

COLUMBIA-J. W. B. Quail, Sec., South Second, days. cor. Havemeyer st.

Willoughby, 733, Marcy, cor. DeKalb av., TuesDEKALB-B. F. Beale, Sec., 479 Nostrand av. days. GRACE-Miss G. W. Mitchell, Sec., 171 Sterling pl.

TEMPLARS OF HONOR AND TEMPERANCE. GOODSELLMiss E. B. La Morse, Sec., 297 Alpha Council, 10, Select Templars (uniformMarcy av.

ed), 257 Fulton st., 1st and 3d Thursdays. HABBERTON--Miss M. McDivitt, Sec., 386 Bed- Brooklyn Social Temple, 2, 257 Fulton st., 2d ford av.

and 4th Fridays. HAWTHORNE—Miss Ella P. Ives, Sec., 262 Mc- Hope, 4, 257 Fulton st., Mondays. Donough st.

Phoenix, 15, 399 Classon av., Mondays. HEIGHTS—William Hale, Sec., 41 First pl.

Unity, 5, 399 Classon av., Mondays. JANES-Miss C. L. Manners, Sec., 575 Monroe st.

GRAND OFFICERS STATE OF NEW YORK. MEREDITH-Mrs. H. N. Gillette, Sec., 322 Quincy J. F. Rodman, Patron; H. Lassing, Vice-Past.

tron; Jas. L. M. Hathaway, Sec.; S. C. Davis, No NAME--Miss Amy B. Colgate, Sec., 660 Asst. Sec.; H. Osborne, Treas. Greene av. N. F.-Miss Alma T. Norberg, Sec., 199 Seven

CADETS OF TEMPERANCE ON LONG ISLAND. teenth st.

Elliman, 4, Odd Fellows Hall, Flushing, L. I., OAK LEAF-Miss Mary D. Lex, Sec., 313 Broad- Fridays. way, Brooklyn.

John B. Gough, 3, Woodside, L. I., every other PIERIAN–Miss S. Minard, Sec., 243 Quincy st. Tuesday. PROSPECT-Miss L. Wiepert, Sec., 43 Prospect Mayflower, 6, 51 Concord st., Tuesdays. pl.

Maspeth, 8, Maspeth, L. I., every other Mon. SOUTH BUSHWICK-Mrs. M. H. S. Hulst, Sec., day. 15 Himrod st.

Mercantile, 10, not meeting. STRONG PLACE-Mr. W. N. Parkhurst, Sec., 222 Newtown, 7, Newtown, L. I., every other ThursClinton st.

day. VINCENT—Mr. Fred. Meeker, Sec., 480 State st.

KNIGHTS OF TEMPERANCE.
Post GRADUATE CIRCLES.

Diocese of Long Island.
BROOKLYN CHAUTAUQUA ALUMNI–Miss L. A. George J. Flynn, Sec. of Diocesan Council, 546
Shotwell, Sec., 239 Carroll st.

Monroe st. A. E. DUNNING-Miss R. W. Brown, Sec., 733 Calvary, No. 45–Calvary Church, So. Ninth Greene av.

st., cor. Marcy av., Tuesday evenings. ATHENE–Miss Carrie Young, Sec., 67 South Christ's Church, No. 6- Division av., n. Bed. Fourth st.

ford, Monday evenings. Musical Societies.

Christ Chapel, No. 21— Red Hook Point, Mon

days. See pages 95, 96 and 97.

Grace Church, No. 8—Conselyea st., semi

monthly. Religious Societies.

Reformation, No. 12–Gates av., n. Classon, See pages 113, 114.

Monday evenings.

Red Cross, No. 24–Church of the Messiah, Temperance.

Clermont av., cor. Greene, Monday evenings. SONS OF TEMPERANCE.

St. Ann's, No. 26–St. Ann's Church, Clinton Eureka, 187, 378 Bedford av., Thursdays. and Livingston sts., Thursday evenings. Franklin, 38, Fifth av. and Eighth st., Wed

St. Luke's, No. 53—Clinton av , n. Fulton st., nesdays.

Tuesday evenings. Greenpoint, 99, 253 Manhattan av., E. D., Mon

St. Thomas', No. 57-Bushwick av., cor. Cooper days.

st., Tuesday evenings. Ivy, 33, Twenty-sixth Ward, Fridays.

White Cross, No. 44-Church of the Good ShepKings County, 100, 253 Manhattan av., Mon. herd, Decatur st., n. Lewis av., Wednesday evendays.

ings. Ocean Hill, 35, Hopkinson av, and Somers st.,

LEAGUE OF THE CROSS. alternate Wednesdays and Thursdays.

A temperance organization having branches in Pilgrim, 31, cor. Fulton st. and Troy av., Tues- many of the local Catholic churches and numdays.

bering in Brooklyn several thousand members. Washington, 4, 290 Fulton st., Granada Hall,

The late Rev. Joseph Fransioli, of St. Peter's Mondays.

Church, and Rev. P. F. O'Hare, of St. Anthony's, I. O. OF GOOD TEMPLARS.

have been the most prominent leaders in the J. W. Cummings, C. C. T., 58 Reade st., N. Y. movement. D. A. Thompson, C. S., 188 Tenth st. 869 members.

KINGS COUNTY WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE Amulet, 3, 187 Classon av., Tuesdays.

UNION. Ainslie, 646, Bedford av. and South Second st., Mrs. Louise Vanderhoef, Pres., 643 Monroe st.; Fridays.

Mrs. J. Braman, Vice-Pres., 251 Hewes st.; Bushwick, 862, 560 Grand st., Tuesdays.

Mrs. Harriett S. Pritchard, Sec., 60 Pulaski st.; Excelsior, 451, Greenwood Hall.

Mrs. M. J. Annable, Treas., 425 Putnam av. Framot, Swedish, 299, 104 Boerum pl., Satur- No. 1. Atlantic av., near Court st. Mrs. K. E. days.

Cleveland, Pres.; 118 First pl. Golden Circle, 104, 263 Manhattan av., E. D., No. 2. South Third st. and Bedford av. Mrs. Thursdays.

H. S. Gaston, Pres., 94 South Tenth st. Irving, 744, Amphion Academy, Bedford av., No. 3. South Oxford st., near Fulton st. Miss near South Ninth st., Mondays.

E. W. Greenwood, Pres., 151 Remsen st. John Wesley, 674, Bridge st., near Myrtle av., No. 4-Manhattan and Meserole avs. Mrs. Wednesdays.

H. L. Wing, Pres., 659 Lorimer st. Laurel, 261, cor. Fulton st. and Troy av., No. 5. Harrison av. and Hooper st. Mrs. J. Thursdays.

Braman, Pres., 251 Hewes st.

ORGANIZATIONS-TEMPERANCE-Continued. No. 6. Broadway, near Greene av. Mrs. M. CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION William W. Peelle, Pres., 846 Quincy st.

P. Ferguson, Pres.; B. J. Riley, Sec. No. 7. Myrtle av., near Throop av. Mrs. M. J. CLEVELAND CLUB — 146 Greenpoint av. M. Annable, Pres., 425 Putnam.

Engle, Pres.; W. H. Jalconer, Sec. MemberNo. 8. Grand st., near Union av. Mrs. S. ship, 250. Tobias, Pres., 155 Havemeyer st.

DAVID B. HILL CLUB-87 DeKalb av. No. 9. DeKalb av., near Stuyvesant av. Mrs. EASTERN DISTRICT SINGLE TAX CLUB_316 BedA. M. Miller, Pres., 372 Van Buren st.

ford av. J. Britton, Pres.; J. McGuinness, Sec. No. 10. Canarsie, Long Island. Miss E. H. EMPIRE DEMOCRATIC CLUB-140 Throop av. Silliman, Pres.

Henry Sweters, Pres.; Adam Hofman, Sec.; F. No. 12. Fulton st., near Sumpter. Mrs. W. W. G. Wagner, Treas. Hamilton, Pres., 541 Herkimer st.

EQUAL RIGHTS CLUB—38 Cranberry st. Mrs. No. 13. (Colored)-Mrs. Anna Ford, Pres., 462 Emma Beckwith, Pres.; Mr. E. A. St. John, Sec. Marcy av.

FEDERAL REPUBLICAN CLUB — 213 Court st, No. 14. (Colored) M. L. Zeno, Pres., 25 Fleet George Kenneth, Pres.; F. J. Smith, Sec.; B. G. pl.

Green, Treas. No. 15. Atlantic av., near Grand av. Mrs. T. S. GERMAN DEMOCRATIC GENERAL COMMITTEE Knapp, Pres., 464 Pacific st.

Arion Hall. Henry Fuehrer, Pres.

GROVER CLEVELAND TARIFF REFORM CLUB-145 YOUNG LADIES' UNION.

Marion st. Joseph Tibball, Pres.; W. Brooks,

Treas.; H. Young, Sec.
No. 1. Miss A. F. Tooker, Pres., 106 South
Elliott pl.

HOME AND COUNTRY PROTECTION BROTHERHOOD

OF WORKINGMEN-W. H. Grace, National Pres., No. 2. Mrs. M. E. Vandercook, Pres., 278 Clifton pl.

45 Willoughby st., Brooklyn. No. 3. Miss Minnie Hawthorne, Pres., 1092

HORATIO SEYMOUR CLUB-Myrtle av., cor. BedGreene av.

ford. D. J. Hagerty, Pres.; J. A. Welch, Jr.,

Sec.; J. C. Tracy, Treas.
MISCELLANEOUS.

INVINCIBLE CLUB-343 Gates av. C. H. Luen

gene, Pres.; H. A. Stearns, Sec.; G. B. Van AMERICAN TEMPERANCE UNION-Dudley Prich- Wart, Treas. ard, Pres.; D. A. Davies, Sec.; Wm. Hadden, ITALIAN REPUBLICAN CLUB-20 Union st. T. Treas,

Cacciola, Pres.; J. Divisich, Sec.; F. Belloni, BROOKLYN JUVENILE TEMPEREANCE UNION Treas. Comprising Bands of Hope, Loyal Temperance JEFFERSON CLUB-Twenty-third Ward. John Legions and other temperance organizations. J. A. K. Steele, Pres. Bicknell, Pres., 219 Gold st.; L. C. Fish, Sec., 257 KINGS COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CLUB—Jefferson Warren st.

Hall. W. A. Furey, Pres. CHRISTIAN RESCUE TEMPERANCE UNION-Cor. NATIONALIST CLUB, No. 1–177 Montague st. Fifth av. and Eighth st. Mrs. S. Duer, Supt., 450 George Cosgrove, Pres.; Mrs. E. L. Carter, First Ninth st. Sundays4:30 P. M.; Saturdays, 10 Vice-Pres.; Alfred C. Kihn, Sec.; Mrs. Robert A. M.

Smeaton, Treas. EXCELSIOR TEMPERANCE UNION-Thomas A. NINETEENTH WARD LINCOLN CLUB -351 BroadOrr, Pres.; William J. Berry, Sec.

way. Henry A. Stone, Pres.; R. M. Henry, Sec.; METHODIST TEMPERANCE LEAGUE-O. F. Jones, W. J. Mills, Treas. Pres.

PHALANX CLUB---206 St. Marks av. H. Hawkes, Political.

Pres.; J. J. Ryan, Sec.; M. Timmons, Treas.

PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRATIC CLUB-2856 Atlantic ABRAHAM LINCOLN WAR VETERANS OF KINGS av. John Maguire, Pres.; D. J. Cox, Sec. Co.-W. H. Butler, Col.; L. P. Decker, Adjt.

PROHIBITION PARTY — General Committee, ALFRED C. CHAPIN CLUB-Cor. Grand st. and Johnston building, Flatbush av. James E. Bedford av. John P. Donnelly, Pres.; H. J. Ramsey, Pres.; W. B. Waldron, 549 Halsey st., Callahan, Sec.

Sec. ALFRED C. CHAPIN CLUB-620 Atlantic av.

REGULAR DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF THE TWENTY ANDREW JACKSON CLUB-889 Kent av. Thos. SIXTH WARD-Howard House.

John Berry, A. Kerrigan, Pres.; G. A. Holahan, Fin. Sec.; Pres.; N. H. Malone, Sec.; J. Shaughnessy, T. F. Toomey, Cor. Sec.; C. McGinniss, Treas. Treas. 2d and 4th Fridays. Membership, 250.

TILDEN CLUB (Democratic)—163 Clymer st. ANTI-SALOON REPUBLICAN LEAGUE-J. R. Howe, John M. Ranken, Pres.; A. E. Allen and M. W. Pres.; J. L. Mitchell, Sec., 248 Lafayette av. Nolan, Secs.

BROOKLYN BALLOT REFORM LEAGUE-149 Scher- THE THOMAS JEFFERSON ASSOCIATION-Court merhorn st.; Rev. Chas. H. Hall, Pres.; Edwin sq., near Fulton st. David A. Boody, Pres.; A. Curley, Sec.; Wm. Cary Sanger, Treas.

John P. Adams, Sec.; William J. Coombs, BROOKLYN BRANCH NEW AMERICAN PARTY-B. Treas. F. Adams, Pres.; W. H. Coughlin, Sec.

THE UNION LEAGUE CLUB-Bedford av. and BROOKLYN REVENUE REFORM CLUB–Thomas Dean st. See Social Clubs. G. Shearman, Pres.; S. W. Grierson, Sec.

TENTH WARD YOUNG MEN'S DEMOCRATIC AssoBROOKLYN DEMOCRATIC CLUB-201 Montague CIATION—172 Nevins st. Barth. I. Schneider, st., A. A. Healy, Pres.; W. M. Cole, Vice-Pres.; Pres.; Harry Martin, Sec. Membership, 300. T. S. Nye, Cor. Sec.; John B. Noyes, Treas,

THOMAS A, HENDRICKS CLUB-1556 Pacific st. BROOKLYN REPUBLICAN LEAGUE-Robert D. John Daly, Pres.; John Gregory, Sec. Benedict, Pres.; A. J. Newton, Treas.; Francis THOMAS JEFFERSON CLUB OF TWENTY-SIXTH M. Edgerton, Sec.

WARD-Atlantic and Pennsylvania avs.; George BUSHWICK DEMOCRATIC CLUB-Arion Hall, W. Palmer, Pres. ; Otto Schupphaus, Sec. Broadway and Wall st.; Adolph H. Goetting, TIPPECANOE CLUB OF THE SEVENTEENTH WARD Pres.

- William Sands, Pres.; R. E. Place, Sec. BROOKLYN YOUNG MEN'S PROHIBITION CLUB, UNION DEMOCRATIC CLUB-155 Warren st. H. F. Megill, Pres.; W. H. Ash, Sec., 552 Greene James F. McGee, Pres.; T. F. Moran, Treas.; J. av.

M. Nash, Sec. BROOKLYN YOUNG REPUBLICAN CLUB-Johnston U. S. GRANT CLUB-Fulton st. and De Kalb av. building, Flatbush av. and Fulton st. Charles A. J. H. Ruwe, Pres.; L. J. Lippman, Sec. Schieren, Pres.; W. B. Boorum, Vice-Pres.; YOUNG MEN'S DEMOCRATIC CLUB-44 Court st. Irving L. Bragdon, Sec., 363 Grand av.; A. H. Frederick W. Hinrichs, Pres.; Robert McCollins, Creagh, Treas. Membership, about 2,000.

Sec,; Peter J. Brady, Treas. BROOKLYN SINGLE TAX CLUB—56 Livingston st. WOMEN'S SINGLE TAX CLUB–55 Livingston st. G. W. Thompson, Pres ; W. F. Withers, Sec.; G. YOUNG MEN'S DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION OF W. White, Treas.

THIRD WARD-Pacific, near Smith st.

SPORTING ORGANIZATIONS.
Athletic Clubs.

NAUTILUS-Foot of Sixty-fifth st. H. F. WarACORN-Fifty-fifth st. and Second av. Club

ing, Pres.; W. H. Holden, Sec.; R. Hiliman, house and gymnasium ; 250 members. M. A.

Capt. Cuming, Pres.; W. J. Ward, Sec.; D. B. Seaver,

NEREUS-Flushing, L. I. James Breath, Pres.; Treas. ; Carl Vofrei, Capt.

J. W. Wood,

Sec.; J. E. Hilger, Capt. ADELPHI—Annual_contests at Washington

PIONEER-Foot of Thirty-fourth st. G. D. Park. E. Bancker, Pres.; L. Brooks, Sec.

Butler, Pres.; Eugene Zaiss, Sec.; R. F. Whitney, ASTORIA-Astoria, L. I.-E. J. Kroner, Pres.;

Capt. A. H. Carpenter, Sec.

RAVENSWOOD-Long Island City. A. J. BuschAMITY-Meserole av., near Manhattan av.

mann, Pres.; L. Lowenstein, Sec.; R. Burden, Organized in 1890. Edgar M. Griffiths, Sec., 41

Capt. India st.

SEAWANHAKA-Foot of South Tenth st. John BEDFORD—256 St. James pl. G. C. Johnstone,

F. Clarke, Pres.; J. E. Teed, Sec.; Dr. A. C. BlaisPres.; C. P. Scott, Treas.; J. R. Towse, Jr., Sec.

dell, Capt. BRIGHTON-Atlantic and Pennsylvania avs.

VARUNA-164 Atlantic av. Club House, foot of Membership, 150. D. J. Cox, Pres.; William J.

Fifty-eighth st. John B. Byrne, Pres.; Samuel Carr, Sec.

Moran, Sec.; J. W. Reid, Treas.; James G. BROOKLYN-Organized in 1890, in the Eastern Tighe, Capt. District. Membership, 300. D. McGonigle,

Cricket. Pres.; D. Kennedy, Capt.

CRESCENT--City club house, 166 Montague st. BEDFORD—W. E. Draycott, Pres.; F. Thornton, Grounds and country club house, Eighty-third Sec. to Eighty-fifth st. and Shore road. Member- BROOKLYN-F. S. Greene, Pres.; C. C. Greene, ship, over 700. William H. Ford, Pres.; Wm. R. Sec. Hill, Sec.

KINGS COUNTY-W. J. Wood, Pres.; E. SnelEASTERN-Flushing and Evergreen avs. Mem- grove, Sec.; H. Manly, Captain. bership, 80.

MANHATTAN-D. A. Munro, Pres.; H. Martin, FIELD AND MARINE-Bath Beach, L. I. Mem. Sez. and Treas.; M. R. Cobb, Captain. bership, over 200. J. R. Cowing, Pres.; J. HAMILTON-S. A. Noon, Pres.; J. E. Roberts, Warren Greene, Sec.

Captain. NATIONAL -Broadway and Lawton st. Membership, 400. E. J. Stephenson, Pres.; H. J.

Croquet. Fischer, Capt.

BROOKLYN CROQUET ASSOCIATION – Prospect NEW YORK OUTING CLUB-Purchased in June,

Park—G. O. Kipp, Pres.; Dr. E. 0. Houghton, 1890, a tract of land at Bath Beach, and a spacious and comfortable club house has been

Treas. and Sec. erected. J. A. Wilson, Pres.; Marcus Hiller, Sec.

Cross Country Clubs.
PALMETTO—Columbia st. and Hamilton av.
Organized September 2, 1890. Membership, over

PROSPECT HARRIERS—Winthrop av., Flatbush 150. James Weldon, Pres.; James Maloney, Rec.

-J. H. Mellor, Pres.; E. W. Dellar, Vice-Pres.; Sec.; Frank Leary, Treas.; Roddy Mahoney,

F. G. Webb, Treas.; W. Growtage, Sec. Capt.

Coursing and Sporting Clubs. PARK—Washington Hall, Broadway. John DeLong, Pres.; John Walsh, Sec.

EASTERN COURSING CLUB - Club grounds, POLYTECHNIC-H. J. Jewett, Pres.; Robert Van

Hicksville, L. I. W. J. Blackham, Pres.; H. W. Iderstine, Sec

Huntington, Sec., 148 South Eighth st., Brooklyn. PROSPECT HARRIERS-461 Flatbush av. Ath- DIANA SPORTSMAN CLUB-Bay View Park, Bay letic grounds at Flatbush. Won the Senior and

Ridge. P. Adams, Pres.; C. Medler, Jr., Sec. Junior Cross Country Championship of the

and Treas. National Association in 1890. John H. Mellor,

HAMPTON-Wager Swayne, Pres.; R.D. Servoss, Pres.; J. Loyd, Capt.

Sec.; Thomas Reed, Treas. STANDARD - Manhattan av., cor. India st. SOUTHAMPTON SPORTSMAN CLUB_E. H. Moeran, Organized 1889. Membership, 270. John J.

Pres., 106 Broadway, New York. Monock, Pres.; Chas J. Capper, Jr., Treas.;

SOUTH SIDE FIELD_CLUB-Bay Shore. Daniel
George W. Wolf, Rec. Sec.; James J. Boyle, Chauncey, Pres.; C. E. Low. Sec.
Capt.

Cycling Clubs.
ST JAMES' OUTING CLUB-Club house at Fort
Hamilton. Organized 1890. Membership, 75.

BROOKLYN BICYCLE CLUB-62 Hanson pl. I. B. James Doherty, Pres.; George Brotzman, Sec.;

Potter, Pres.; B. M. Cole, Sec.; H. E. Raymond, John Patti, Treas.; John Carroll, Capt.

Treas.; W. E. Fuller, Capt. Membershhip, 147. UNION-Orange and Fulton sts. Membership,

BEDFORD CYCLING CLUB-1196 Bedford av. G. 100. P.J. Higginson, Pres.; Albert Frey, Sec.;

J. Heim, Pres.; F. Lange, Sec. ; L. G. Hoppe, Frank C. Peck, Capt.

Treas, and Capt.
Base Ball Clubs.

BROOKLYN RAMBLERS-324 Flatbush av. J. W.

Bate, Pres.; F. Gruen, Sec.; J. McCue, Capt. BROOKLYN BASE BALL ASSOCIATION (League) KINGS COUNTY WHEELMEN—1255 Bedford av. Fifth av. cor. Fourth st. C. H. Byrne, Pres. E. C. Smith, Pres.; W. C. Nellie, Sec.; J. H.

TRE BROOKLYNS, LIMITED-Grounds, Eastern Long, Treas.; W. F. Murphy, Capt.
Parkway and Vesta av. Wendell Goodwin, LONG ISLAND WHEELMEN - 1281 Bedford av. C.
Pres.; E. F. Linton, Vice-Pres.; G. W. Chauncey, H. Luscomb, Pres.; U. Palmedo, Sec.; George
Treas.

E. Bartlett, Treas.; L. H. Wise, Capt.
Boat Clubs.

PROSPECT WHEELMEN-434 Úpion st. E. B.
ALCYONE--Foot of Fifty-fifth st. Norman S. Tyrrel, Pres.; M. C. Hotze, Sec. and Treas. ; W.
Dike, Pres.; Frank H. Parsons, Sec.; Charles T. Shannon, Capt.
Gould, Capt.
BROOKLYN CANOE-92 William st. and foot of

Riding Clubs. Fifty-fifth st., New York. Joseph Rudd, Jr., ADELPHI–Bedford av., cor, Atlantic. W. A. Commodore ; M. M. Davis, Vice-Com.; M. V. Graham, Pres.;J. H. Graham, Treas. Mondays. Brokaw, Purser.

ALGONQUIN RIDING CLUB-Bedford av., cor. HELL GATE-Foot of Jamaica av. T. H. Bur. Atlantic. A. C. Post, Pres.; W. A. Webster, den, Pres.; J. J. Sheridan, Sec.; E. Burden, Treas. Tuesdays. Capt.

BEDFORD RIDING CLUB-Bedford av.,cor. AtlanLONG ISLAND AMATEUR ROWING ASSOCIATION- tic. Foster Coates, Pres.; Carroll Berry, Treas. Louis Langhaar, Pres.; R. H. Pelton, Sec.

Thursdays.

SPORTING ORGANIZATIONS-Continued. RIDING AND DRIVING CLUB OF BROOKLYN-Van

Tennis Clabs. derbilt av. and Prospect Park Plaza. Henry K. Sheldon, Vice-Pres., Acting Pres.; W. N. Dyk

ALTIORA-President st., between Sixth and

Seventh avs. John G. Rollins, Jr., Pres.; W. man, Sec.: J. S. James, Treas. VIGILANTIA CLUB-Bedford av., cor. Atlantic.

Blake, Vice-Pres.; M. Adams, Sec.; G. B. V. J. N. Partridge, Pres.; Lieut. Hall, Sec. Fridays.

Speidel, Treas.

BADMINTON LAWN CLUB Pulaski st., near Racing Associations.

Throop av. R. W. Bainbridge, Pres.; Miss Ella

Shaw, Vice-Pres.; Dr. W. A. Griffith, Treas.; F. BRIGHTON BEACH RACING ASSOCIATION–406 Jay

G. Webb, Sec. st. George Engeman, Pres.; James McGowan,

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS-State and Smith sts. Sec.; A. H. Battersby, Supt.

Seth Low, Pres.; F. J. Phillips, Sec.; C. Notman, BROOKLYN JOCKEY CLUB-399 Fulton st. Philip

Treas. J. Dwyer, Pres.; H. D. McIntyre, Sec.; Benjamin

FLATBUSH FIELD CLUB-Waverly av. and Ave. Brush, Supt.

nue A, Flatbush. C. B. Smith, Pres.; W. L. CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY CLUB—Leonard W.

Tompkins, Vice-Pres.; C. B. Austin, Sec.; Miss Jerome, Pres.; J. G. K. Lawrence, Sec.; J. H.

A. Schoonmaker, Treas. Bradford, Treas., Fifth av. and Twenty-second

IRVING TENNIS CLUB-William M. Patterson, st., New York city; Frank Clarke, Supt., Sheeps

Pres.; E. E. Harmar, Vice-Pres.; Miss Belle head Bay.

Lorck, Treas.; Miss Blanche Perocheau, Sec.

KENSINGTON-Pacific_st., near Nostrand av. Rod and Gun Clubs.

W. H. Tyler, Pres.; T. Taft, Treas. ACME GUN CLUB-Dexter's Park. Joseph Link,

KINGS COUNTY_Dean st. and Kingston av. W.

K. Van Olinda Pres.; James M. Tiebout, VicePres.; Thomas Short, Sec. ARION ROD AND GUN CLUB_Hammil's station,

Pres.; James A. Cruikshank, Sec.; Clarence A.

Dickson, Treas. Rockaway Beach. W. H. Frank, Pres.; Louis KNICKERBOCKER FIELD CLUB-Eighteenth st. Kolb, Treas. CONEY ISLAND ROD AND GUN CLUB-Woodlawn

and Avenue A, Flatbush. A. V. Martense, Pres.; Park, Gravesend, L. I. Hugh McLaughlin, Pres.;

J. S. de Selding, Sec.

MIDWOOD-Flatbush. Homer L. Bartlett, M. J. Schliemann, Treas.; G. L. Ayers, Sec.

D., Pres.; J. Z. Lott, Sec.; H. W. Sherrill, Treas. CRESCEST GUN CLUB-Dexter's Park. Walter

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION-ManGilman, Pres.; W. Bolton, Treas.; L. Hopkins, hattan Junction, Atlantic av, and Fulton st. G. Sec. DIANA GUN CLUB_P. Adamski, Pres.; C. Ring,

R. Sheldon, Jr., Sec. Treas.

Yacht Clubs. DUPLEX GUN CLUB-Southampton, L.I. Hugh ATLANTIC—Club House, foot of Fifty-sixth st. McLaughlin, Pres.; G. L. Ayers, Sec.

N. D. Lawton, Com.; George H. Church, Sec. FOUNTAIN GUN CLUB-449 Flatbush av, and BAYSWATER-Club House, Far Rockaway, L. Woodlawn Park, Gravesend, L. I. Abel Crook, I. George A. Bonker, Com.;B.J. Danklefsen, Sec. Pres.; H. Thorpe, Treas.; John Carney, Sec. BROOKLYN-Club House, Gravesend Bay, L. I. GLENMORE ROD AND GUN CLUB-Dexter's Park. B. F. Sutton. Com.,

William Cagger, Sec. Petter Sutter, Pres.; G. H. Brown, Vice-Pres.; CANARSIE-Club House, Canarsie, L. I. D. J. F. Maier, Sec.; H. Schlichtner, Treas.

Brinsley, Com.; C. E. L. Hinrichs, Jr., Sec. HILLSIDE GUN CLUB-Dexter's Park, L. I. J. CORONET-Club House, foot of Twenty-seventh Reiss, Sec. and Treas.

st. 0. W. Band, Com.; W. S. Macready, Sec. NORTHSIDE GUN CLUB-Queens County Driving EXCELSIOR-Club House, foot of Forty-third st. Park, L. I. H. Duryea, Pres.; A. H. Eberhardt, J. J. Smedley, Com.; W. Ivison, Sec. Sec.

GREAT SOUTH Bar-Club House, Islip, L. I. PARKWAY GUN CLUB-Dexter's Park. Henry Alden S. Swan, Com.; J. T. Thompson, Sec. J. Bookman, Pres.; Henry Ehrich, Vice-Pres. ; MARINE AND FIELD CLUB-Bath Beach, L. I. F.J. Dettloff, Sec.; Elias Helgans,

Treas.

J. R. Cowing, Pres.; J. Warren Greene, Sec. PHOENIX GUN CLUB-Dexter's Park. D. M. OYSTER BAY-Oyster Bay, L. I. J. W. Beek. Freligh, Pres. ; John Akhurst, Treas.; John man, Com.; E. M. Townsend, Jr., Sec. Chasmer, Sec.

SHELTER ISLAND-Club House, Shelter Island ROBINS ISLAND GUN CLUB-Peconic Bay. S. Heights. Wm. H. Nichols, Com. ; C. Pliny BrigFleet Spier, Pres.; H. D. Polhemus, Vice-Pres.;

ham, Sec. W. L. Wellington, Sec. and Treas.

WINDWARD–Ruffle Bar, Jamaica Bay. C. R. UNKNOWN GUN CLUB — 715 Myrtle av. and Lush, Com.; H. Carman, Sec. Dexter's Park. H. Knebel, Sr., Pres. ; Henry WILLIAMSBURGH-Club House, Astoria, L. I. Van Staden, Sr., Treas.; R. N. Stillwell, Sec. John Clifford, Com.; A. C. Ostheimer, Sec.

BROOKLYN TRADES AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS.
Trades Organizations.

MASTER BROWN STONE CUTTERS' ASSOCIATION AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD STEAMBOAT PILOTS- -363 Fulton st., 1st and 2d Fridays. 407 Bridge st., 2d and 4th Thursdays.

MASTER CARPENTERS AND JOINERS' ASSOCIABROOKLYN CONTRACTORS' ASSOCIATION-353 TION—315 Washington st., 4th Saturday. Fulton st., 1st Thursday.

MASTER GRANITE CUTTERS' ASSOCIATIONBROOKLYN RETAIL GROCERS' ASSOCIATION-407 James Sharkey, Pres.; William Vollmer, Sec., 363 Bridge st. M. A. Bullwinkel, Pres.; James Fulton st. O'Connor, Sec.; Louis Sandhusen, Treas.; ad MASTER MASONS' ASSOCIATION—363 Fulton st. and 4th Tuesdays.

MASTER PLUMBERS AND GAS FITTERS' ASSOCIABROOKLYN RETAIL MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION- TION-415 Washington st., 2d and 4th Fridays. 156 Broadway. Membership, 525. J. D. Deetjen, MASTER TIX AND SHEET IRON ROOFERS' AssoPres.; M. Kelly, Sec.; A. W. Schmit, Treas. CIATION-363 Fulton st., Wednesdays.

EMPLOYERS HORSESHOERS' ASSOCIATION 360 MECHANICS AND TRADERS' EXCHANGE-363 FulFulton st. 4th Thursday.

ton st. L. W. Seaman, Jr., Pres.; G. C. CranKINGS COUNTY UNDERTAKERS' ASSOCIATION ford, Sec, 153 Pierrepont st. Frank A. Selle, Pres.; F. J. SALOON KEEPERS' UNION–80 Union av. John Dougherty, Sec., 1st and 3d Mondays. Member- Kistner, Pres.; Charles Bathburk, Sec., ist ship, 170.

Tuesday. Membership, 75. LIVERY STABLE KEEPERS. ASSOCIATION-153 WALLABOUT MARKETMEN'S ASSOCIATION-MarPierrepont st., 2d and 4th Mondays.

tin Rooney, Pres.; Peter Delaney, Sec.; W. H. MASTER PAINTERS AND DECORATORS' ASSOCIA- Heinson, Treas. Membership, 110. TION-67 Livingston st., 1st Thursday.

BROOKLYN TRADES AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS-Continued. UNITED LIQUOR DEALERS' ASSOCIATIONS.

Lodge 147-Howard House, East New York, General Committee meets first Tuesday fol

Wednesdays. lowing first Friday of each month, 200 Court st.

Lodge 175—368 Grand st., Wednesdays. P. H. Butler, Pres.: B. Degenkolb, Sec.; Julius

Lodge 223—125 India st., Greenpoint, Mondays. Gottschalk, Treas.

Lodge 247-State, cor. Court st., Tuesdays. The Central Protective Association 360 Fulton Lodge 258–Woodbine Hall, cor. Patchen av. st., 1st Friday. Membership, 400. John Bolger,

and Madison st., Thursdays. Pres.; Robert W. Oliver, Sec., 52 Smith st.; F.

Lodge 291-(German) Labor Lyceum, MonMcCutcheon, Fin. Sec.; McGoldrick, Treas.

days. Citizens' Protective Association--200 Court st.,

Lodge 349--State, cor. Court st., Thursdays. 4th Friday. Charles Haeslop, Pres.; Oswald

Lodge 381-15 McDougal st., Mondays. Czieslik, Sec., 346 Marcy av.; H. Goldmacher,

Lodge 387—Schneider's Hall, Flatbush, WedTreas.

nesdays. Citizens' Protective Association, E. D.-71

Lodge 413-Sheepshead Bay, L. I., Thursdays. Meserole st., 1st Friday. Membership, 300.

Lodge 451-State, cor. Court st., Wednesdays. Aug. Ehlers, Pres.; Julius Gottschalk, Sec.

Lodge 471-451 Fifth av., Mondays. Mutual Benefit Association-107 Bridge st., 2d

Lodge 557, Millwrights—142 Flatbush av., and 4th Fridays. Membership, 250. Terrence

Fridays. Nugent, Pres. ; Joshua A. Shaw, Sec.

Lodge 639—Fifty-fourth st. and Third av., Twenty-sixth Ward Association-Schiellein's

Thursdays. Hall, Atlantic and Vermont avs., 2d Friday.

Lodge 675— Rockaway Beach, Tuesdays. Membership, 100, F. Hohmeyer, Pres.; Charles

Lodge 737_Diamond st., cor. Van Čott av., Loeffler, Sec.

Greenpoint, Tuesdays.

CARTMEN'S UNION (Wallabout.)—712 Myrtle Labor Organizations,

av., Fridays. Membership, 48.

CARTMEN'S UNION No. 1–357 South Fourth st., ADVANCE LABOR CLUB—315 Washington st., E. D., Sundays. Membership, 65. Wednesdays. Membership, 250.

CARRIAGE MAKERS-Eureka Association, 104, AMERICUS ASSOCIATION_Cor. Court and State 6 Boerum pl., Fridays. Membership, 250. sts., 1st and 3d Fridays. Membership, 120.

CIGAR MAKERS BAKERS' UNION No 34-Labor Lyceum.

International Union 87-Cor. Court and JoraleAdvance Association-Labor Lyceum, E. D., mon sts., Saturdays. Membership, 250. 1st and 3d Saturdays. Membership, 250.

International Union 132368 Grand st., E. D., Atlantic Association-(German) 123 Smith st., Mondays. Membership, 220. 1st and 3d Saturdays. Membership, 84.

International Union 149-Humboldt Hall, Cracker Bakers' Central Association–50 Court Humboldt av. and Montrose st., Saturdays. st., 1st and 3d Sundays. Membership, 100.

Membership, 150. Long Island Bakers-359 Fulton st., 1st and 3d CIGAR PACKERS' UNION 292—Veteran Hall, Saturdays. Membership, 225.

Meserole st., near Leonard, 2d and 4th Mondays. BARTENDERS' UNION NO 2-76 Throop av., Fri- Membership, 25. days. Membership, 78.

CLOAK MAKERS' UNION-Twenty-third st. and ĎRIVERS' (Beer) UNION No 34—83 Bartlett st., Fifth av., 1st and 3d Mondays. Membership, 92. Sundays. Membership, 125.

CLOTHING CUTTERS-200 Montrose av., cor. BLUESTONE CUTTERS AND FLAGGERS' UNION- Humboldt st., E. D., Tuesdays. Membership, 108 Canton st., 1st Friday. Membership, 265. 280.

BOILERMAKERS' UNION-State and Court sts., COACH DRIVERS, 1st and 3d Fridays, Membership, 56.

Union No. State, cor. Court st., 2d and 4th BOOKBINDERS' UNION-407 Bridge st., 1st and Sundays. Membership, 600. 3d Mondays. Membership, 120.

Union No. 2136 Broadway, Sundays. MemBREWERY (Ale and Porter) EMPLOYEES—327 bership, 350. Gold st., 2d and 4th Sundays. Membership, 600. COAL HANDLERS BRICKLAYERS' AFFILIATED UNIONS

Tuscarora Labor Club No. 7-260 Joralemon Union No. 1-Bricklayers' Hall, Canton st., st., 1st and 3d Sundays. Membership, 432. Movdays. Membership, 1,130.

Tuscarora Labor Club No. 2Alhambra Hall, Union No. 3–Masonic Hall, Grand st., 1st and South Fourth st., Tuesdays. Membership, 450. 3d Mondays. Membership, 300.

COOPERS' (German) UNION-Cor. Bushwick av. Union No. 9-Military Hall, Meserole and and McKibbin st., E. D., Sundays. Membership, Ewen sts., E. D. Membership, 450.

200. Union No. 29–Clay st., Greenpoint, 1st and 3d DRIVERS' (Lager Beer Wagons) UNION - 183 Wednesdays. Membership, 190.

McKibbin st., E. D., Sunday mornings. MemUnion No. 32—Ridgewood Hall, Broadway and bership, 50. Pacific av. Membership, 50.

EMPIRE PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, D. A. 75, K Union No. 40_W. 4th st., L. I. City, 1st and 3d OF L., Surface Railroad Employees-359 Fulton Mondays. Mernbership, 40.

st., 2d Wednesdays. Membership, 3,800. BROOKLYN CENTRAL LABOR UNION--Labor Ly- ENGINEERSceum, Sundays.

American Order of Steam Engineers, Lodge BROOKLYN NEWSDEALERS' ASSOCIATION--360 Ful- No. 1—409 Bridge st., Wednesdays. Memberton st., 2d and 4th Tuesdays. Membership, 105. ship, 25.

BROOKLYN LETTER CARRIERS' ASSOCIATION- American Order of Steam Engineers, Lodge

BROOKLYN BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL-359 Ful- No 2--International Hall, 368 Grand st., E. D., ton st., Tuesdays and Fridays.

Wednesdays. Membership, 18. BROOKLYN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION-Lorimer, Brewery Engineers—314 Bushwick av., Fricor. Ten Eyck st., Mondays. Membersh 175. days.

BROWNSTONE CUTTERS-353 Fulton st., 1st and Brooklyn-12 Hoyt st., 2d and 4th Wednes3d Tuesdays. Membership, 375.

days. Membership, 102. BROWNSTONE RUBBERS-Hibernia Hall, Gold Eccentric No. ?-Flushing av., near Grand st., st., 2d Tuesday. Membership, 160.

Mondays. Membership, 130. CARPENTERS

Eccentric No. 3304 Bedford av., 1st and 3d Amalgamated—348 Fulton st., 2d and 4th Thursdays. Membership, 53. Wednesdays, Membership, 120.

Eccentric, Greenpoint Lodge_Metzinger's Kings County District United Brotherhood of Hall, Greenpoint and West sts., É. D., Mondays. Carpenters and Joiners-12 Hoyt st., 2d and 4th Membership, 140, Fridays. The district has a membership of German Eccentric No. 4–54 Graham av., 1st nearly 3,000, distributed among the following and 3d Tuesdays. Membership, 60. lodges under its jurisdiction:

Long Island Protective Association-Heiser's Lodge 109--353 Fulton st., Mondays.

Hall, Broadway, E. D., Fridays.

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