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NATIONAL SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS.



NATIONAL SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS.

Scientific, medical, educational, legal and general.



American Academy of Political and Social
Science President, Prof. Leo S. Uowe;
secretary, James T. Young.

American Association for the Advancement
of Science President, Ira Reinseu, Bal-
timore; general secretary, Henry B.
Ward, University of Nebraska: permanent
secretary. Dr. L. O. Howard, Washing-
ton, D. C.

American Bankers' Association President,
Caldwell Hardy, Norfolk, Va.

American Bar Association President, Fran-
cis Hawle. Philadelphia; secretary, John,
Hinkley, Baltimore.

American Carnation Society President, C.
W. Ward, Queens, L. I. ; secretary, Al-
bert M. Heir, Lancaster, Pa.

American Flag-Day Association President,
John L. Jones; secretary, Julia A. Ellis.

American Humane Society President, Jas.
M. Brown, Toledo, O. ; secretary, Sidney
R. Foster. Chicago; treasurer, Walter
Butler, Chicago.

American League for Civic Improvement-
President, Howard B. Heinz, Pittsburg;
corresponding secretary, Charles Zueblin,
University of Chicago.

American Medical Association President,
Dr. Frank Billings, Chicago; secretary,
George H. Simmons, Chicago.

American Newspaper Publishers' Associa-
tionPresident, Charles H. Tayjor, Jr.,
Boston Globe; secretary, W. C. Bryant,
Brooklyn Times.

American Ornithologists' Union Founded
1883; object, the preservation of North
American birds. Chairman of protection
committee for 1902, William Dutcher, 525
Manhattan avenue, New York, N. Y.

American Osteopathic Association Secre-
tary, Dr. Irene Harwood, Kansas City.

American Park and Outdoor Art Associa-
tionPresident, Clinton Rogers Woodruff,
Philadelphia; secretary, Charles M. Rob-
insoii, Rochester, N. Y. ; treasurer, Os-
sian C. Simonds, Chicago. Woman's
Auxiliary President, Mrs. Herman J. Hall,
Chicago; , secretary, Miss Jessie Gardner,
Chicago.

American Pharmaceutical Association
President, G. F. Payne, Atlanta, Ga. ;
secretary, C. Lewis Diehl. Louisville, Ky.

American Social Science Association Pres-
ident, Oscar S. Straus; secretary, F.
Stanley Root, 129 East 15th street, New
York.

American Society of Civil Engineers Pres-
ident. Robert Moore, St. Louis, Mo.;
treasurer, Joseph M. Knap, New York.

American Society of Miniature Painters
Secretary-treasurer, William J. Baer, New
York.

American Society" of Naturalists President,
J. McK. Cattell of Columbia; secretary,
R. G. Harrison of Johns Hopkins.

American Surgical Association President,
Dr. Maurice K. Richardson. Boston; sec-
retary, Dr. Dudley P. Allen, Cleveland.

American Tuberculosis Congress President,
Dr. Daniel Lewis, New York; secretary,
T>r. George Brawn. Georgia.

Association of American Universities Pres-
ident, Arthur T. Hadley of Yale; secre-



tary, W. R. Harper of the University of
Chicago.

Association of Military Surgeons Presi-
dent, Gen. Robert A. Blood, Massachu-
setts; secretary, Maj. James E. Pilcber,
Pennsylvania.

Chautauqua Assembly Chancellor, Bishop
John H. Vincent; superintendent of in-
struction, George E. Vincent of Chi-
cago; secretary, Ira M. Miller, Akron, O.

Civil-Service Reform Association Presi-
dent, Carl Schurz; secretary, Elliot H.
Goodwin.

Crysanthemum Society of America Presi-
dent, Arthur Herrington, Madison, N. J. ;
secretary, Fred Lemon, Richmond, Ind.

Geological Society of America President,
N, 11. Winchell, Minnea.polis, Minn.

International Chautauqua Alliance Presi-
dent. James E. Mosley, Madison, Wls. ;
secretary, A. C. Folsorn, Pontiac, 111.

International Congress of Americanists
President, Morris K. Jesup; secretary,
M. H. Saville of the American Museum
of Natural History.

International Hahnemannian Association
President, Dr. E. B. Nash, Cortland,
N. Y. ; secretary, J. B. King, 6713 Went-
worth avenue, Chicago.

International Kindergarten Union Presi-
dent, Mrs. Alice H. Putnam, Chicago;
secretary and treasurer. Miss B*. Curtis,
Brooklyn.

League of American Municipalities Presi-
dent, Mayor J. Adger Smyth, Charles-
ton, S. C. ; secretary, John M. M'acVicar,
Des Moines, Iowa.

McKinley Monument Association President,
Judge William R. Day; vice-president,
Senator Mark Hanna; treasurer, Myron T.
Herrick, Cleveland,* O.; secretary, Ryer-
son Ritchie.

Music Teachers' National Association-
President, Rossiter G. Cole, Boston; sec-
retary, F. L. York, Detroit.

National Academy of Design President,
Frederick Dielinan, New York.

National Association of Manufacturers
President, D. M. Parry, Indianapolis:
secretary, E. H. Sanborn, Philadelphia.

National Board of Trade President, Blan-
chard Randall, Baltimore, Md.

National Conference of Charities and Cor-
rections President, Robert W. De Forest,
New York; secretary, J. P. Byers, Colum-
bus, O.

National Eclectic Medical Society Presi-
dent, J. D. McCann, Monticello, Ind.;
corresponding secretary, N. A. Graves,
Chicago.

National Educational Association Presi-
dent, Charles W. Eliot, Massachusetts;
treasurer, W. N. Davidson, Kansas.

National League of Republican Clubs-
President, J. Hampton Moore, Philadel-
phia, Pa.; secretary, E. W. Weeks, Guth-
rie, Iowa; treasurer, S. B. Redding, Lit-
tle Rock, Ark.

National Militia Association President,
Commander Edwin Geer, Maryland; sec-
retary, Lieut. E. G. Willard. Maryland;
treasurer, Washington Irving, New Jersey.



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National Municipal League Secretary, Clin-
ton Rogers Woodruff, 703 North American
building, Philadelphia, Pa.

National Nonpartisan Federation for Major-
ity Rule (organized 1902) President, Dauit'l
L. Cruice, Chicago; corresponding secre-
tary, Wolger A. Sloan.

National Reciprocity League (nonpartlsan)
President, W. E. Stanley; secretary, A.
B. Hulit, Topeka, Kas.

National Society of Elocutionists Presi-
dent, Prof. Henry G. Hawn, New York;
secretary, Mrs. Mary H. Ludlum, St.
Louis.

Postmasters' National Association Presi-



dent, F. B. Dickerson, Detroit, Mich.;
secretary, Win. E. Springer, Detroit, Mich.

Reciprocal Federation of State .Medical and
Examining Boards President, Dr. J. II.
Cuirens, Two Rivers, Wis. ; si-cretary, Dr.
D. B. Harrison, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
Organized Jan. 17, 1902.

United Irish League of America President,
John F. Finerty, Chicago; secretary, John
O'Callaghan; treasurer, T. B. Fitzpatrick,
Boston, Mass.

Winona Assembly Association President.
Thomas Kane, Chicago; secretary and
general manager, S. C. Dickey, Indian-
apolis, Ind.



NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS OF WOMEN.



General Federation of Women's Clubs-
President, Airs. Dimies T. S. Denison,
New 1 York; vice-president, Mrs. Robert J.
Burdette, Los Angeles, Cal. ; recording
secretary, Mrs. W. P. Goad, Rapid City,
S. D.

Mothers' Congress President Mrs. Freder-
ick Schoff, Philadelphia; corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Bertha C. Wead, Chicago;
treasurer, Mrs. Fred T. Dubois, Idaho.

National Council of Women President, Mrs.
William Tod Helmuth, New York city;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Flo Jamison
Miller; treasurer, Mrs. Lillian Hollister,
Detroit, Mich. The last triennial council
was held in Washington. D. C., the third
week in February, 1902.

National Household Economics Association
President, Mrs. Linda Hull Larned, Syr-
acuse, N. Y.; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. H. S. McMurphy, Omaha.

Woman's Christian Temperance Union-



President, Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens,
Portland, Me.; vice-president at large,
Mrs. Anna A. Gordon, Evanston, 111. ;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Susanna M.
D. Fry, Evanston, 111.; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Clara C. Hoffman, Kansas
City, 'Mo. ; treasurer, Mrs, Helen M. Bar-
ker, Evanston, 111.

National American Woman Suffrage Asso-
ciation President, Mrs. Carrie Chapman
Catt; corresponding secretary, Kate M.
Gordon, New York city; treasurer, Har-
riet Taylor Upton, Warren, O. The next
national convention is to be held in New
Orleans.

National Federation of Catholic Women's
Clubs President, Mrs. J. E. Thorndyke,
Austin. 111.

National Grade Teachers' Association
(founded July 11, 1902) President, Miss
Margaret Haley, Chicago; secretary, Miss
Annette Rosenthal, Milwaukee; treasurer,
Miss Emma McCabe, New York.



FISHERIES OF THE GREAT LAKES.



The number of persons engaged In the
commercial fisheries of the great lakes in
1899 was 9,670. By far the greater propor-
tion of these (6,657) were engaged in the
shore or boat fisheries. There were em-
ployed on vessels fishing, 1.156; on vessels
transporting, 92; the remainder, 1,765, being
shoremen. The lakes whose fisheries em-
ployed the greatest numbers were Brie and
Michigan, there being 3,728 engaged in the
former and 3,255 in the latter. The num-
bers employed in the fisheries of other lakes
were as follows: Huron, 1,241; Superior,
613; St. Clair, 442; Ontario, 391.

The amount of capital invested in the
fisheries of these lakes was $6,617,716. The
investment in Lake Michigan was $2,915,241;
in Lake Erie, $2,720.554; in Lake Huron,
$474,953; in Lake Superior, $372,083; in Lake



Ontario, $80,350, and in Lake St. Clair.
$54,535. As compared with 1893 the capital
invested has increased $718,446. There has
been an increase in the investment in Lake
Michigan of $851,744, to Lake Erie $213,712
and in Lake Ontario $24,219. The invest-
ment in the fisheries of the other lakes has
decreased as follows: Lake Superior, $156,-
941; Huron, $28,747; St. Clair. $185,541.

Some of the more important species yield-
ed by the fisheries were: Herring, 59,913,576
pounds, valued at $941,067; lake trout, 10,-
611,588 pounds, valued at $431,276; yellow
perch. 9,584,802 pounds, valued at $156,350;
whitefish, 5.094.014 pounds, valued at $297,-
023; blue pike, 4.731,782 pounds, valued at
$148,740; wall-eyed pike, 3,311.892 pounds,
valued at $156,503; sturgeon, 1,129,348 pounds,
valued at $81,085.



BANANA TRADE OF THE UNITED STATES.



In the fiscal year ended June 30, 1901, the
value of the bananas imported into the
United States amounted to $6,550,186. The
fruit is grown to some extent in southern
Florida, but since the severe frost of 1894
the supply from this source has dwindled
almost to nothing. The republic of Colom-
bia sent $998,830 worth of bananas to this
country in 1900, but more than 80 pt-r cent
of the imports came from the states of
Central America and the West Indies. Tb<-
following table compiled by the statistician
of the agricultural department shows thi-
proportion furnished by each of the chief



banana-producing countries

named:

Central America 1K>8.

Costa Rica ;70,787

Guatemala 5ti.6fi9

Honduras 510.508

Nicaragua 350.406



in the years

1R99. UHW.

J972.093 $1,31 7,384
52.802 44,060
512.889 613,205
279,059 365,812



Total.* 1,588,880

British West Indies. 1,853,816

Cuba

Santo Domingo 101.000



1.816,843 2,339,461

2,756,415 2,172,449

HI, 258 158.049

152.500 75,590



Total W.Indies. 1.954.816 2:970.173 2,40(i,088



DEATH ROLL OF 1902.



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Beat!) KoII of 1002.



IN THE UNITED STATES.



Adams, Charles Kendall (1835), educator,
at Redlands, Gal.. July 26.

Atwell, James (1838), veteran of the civil

war, at Pittsburg, Pa., April 25.
Bailey, John W., publisher, in Philadel-
phia, March 1.

Baker, Charles S. (1839). ex-congressman, in
Washington. D. C., April 21.

Baldwin, Austin Parker (1834). steamship
agent, in New York, Dec. 9. 1901.

Baldwin, Stephen L. (1835), methodist clergy-
man, in Brooklyn, N. Y., July 28.

Barnes, W. H. L., noted lawyer and ora-
tor, in San Francisco, Cal., July 21.

Barrows, Dr. John Henry (1848), president
of Oberlin college, at Oberlin, O., June 3.

Bates, Morgan (1848), author, at Traverse
City, Mich., Jan, 5.

Beach, Miles (1840), judge, In New York,
May 19.

Beardshear, Dr. William (1850), president of
Iowa State college, at Dos iMolnes, Aug. 5.

Bennett. Herbert D. (1868), president of
American District Telegraph company, at
Columbus, O., Jan. 27.

Bickerstaff, Col. Samuel (1823), naval engi-
neer in civil war, at LaGrange, 111.,
Aug. 5.

iBIerstadt, Albert (1830), artist, in New
York, F*b. 18.

Bishop. Samuel P. (1817), banker, in Cin-
cinnati, rob. 1.

Blodgett, P. S. (1843), general manager Lake
Shore road, in Cleveland, i ()., Oct. 27.

Bookwalter, Ferdinand (1845), Circuit judge,
at Danville, 111., Aug. 12.

Booner, Prof. Ferdinand (1832), educator, in
New York, June 7.

Bradley, A. C. (1845), judge, in Washington,
D. C., May 15.

Brewster, James B. (1817), carriage manu-
facturer, in New York, March 9.

Brooks, Dr. Cyrus (I8li), clergyman, in St.
Paul, Minn., April 20.

Brooks, Elbridge S., author, at Somerville,
Mass., Jan. 7.

Bryant, John H. (1808). brother of William
Cullen Bryant, at Princeton, 111.. Jan. 14.

Bryant, Neil (1831), minstrel, in Brooklyn,
N. Y., March 6.

Bryant, Sam (1832), noted horseman, in
Louisville, June 28.

Buck. Alfred B. (1832), United States min-
ister to Japan, at Yokohama, Dec. 4.

Burns, Thomas E. (18571, baseball player
and manager, in New York, March 19.

Butler, R. R. (1829), former member 1 of con-
gress, at .Moun'tain City. Tenn., Aug. 19.

Butler, William A., author and lawyer, at
Yonkors, N. Y.. Sept. 9.

Channing, William E. (1818), author, at
Concord. Mass., Dec. 23, 1901.

Clark, William (1841), thread manufacturer
of Newark, N. J., in England. July 7.

Clarke, Annie. actres, in Chicago, May 22.

Colgate, Howies (1846). manufacturer, at
Lukewood, N. J.. April 22.

Combs, Joseph (1820), lawyer, in Kansas
City, Jan. 4.

Conger, Frank (1850), bridge builder, in De-
troit. March 8.

Cook, Rev. J. W., pioneer in Indian mis-
sionary work. In St. Ixtuis, Feb. 25.

Corrigan. Michael A. (1842), archbishop, in
New York, May 5.



Cox, Walter S. (1826), jurist, In Washing
ton, D. C., June 25.

Crabtree, John D. (1837), jurist, at Ottawa,
111., May 22.

Cresson, Charles Caleb (1816), philanthropist,
in Philadelphia, Jan. 9.

Crockett, Robert (1832), grandson of the
Alamo hero, Davy Crockett, at Stuttgart,
Ark., Feb. 17.

Croft. Silas C., surveyor of the port of
New York, In that city. April 12.

Croly, u\lrs. Jennie C. (1830), journalist, best
known by the pseudonym "Jennie June,"
in New York. Dec. 23, 1901.

Curninings, Amos J. (1842), congressman from
the 10th New York district, in Baltimore,
M<1., May 2.

Gushing, Maj. Harry C., U. S. A., retired,
In New Rochelle, N. Y.. July 2.

Davis, Noah (1818), judge, in New York
city, March 20.

De Graffenreid, R. C. (1859), congressman
from 3d Texas district, in Washington,
D. C., Aug. 29.

Derbyshire, Henry James (1832), arctic ex-
plorer, at Huntington, W. Va., Jan. 27.

Dickinson, Daniel A., former state 'Supreme
court judge, at Dulutto, Minn., Feb. 12.

Dill, Se\vartl (1812), one of founders of re-
publican party in Maine, in Sequel, Cal.,
May 21.

Dillon, John (1843), journalist, at Bar Har-
bor. Me., Oct. 15.

Donahue, Tim, baseball player, at Taunton,
Mass., June 13.

Downey, F. E. (1858), physician of .Clinton,
111., in Chicago, Jan. 5.

Downing, Nathan H. (1834), home mission-
ary, at Lake Harbor, Mich., Aug. 17.

Duncombe, John F. (1831), lawyer, at Fort
Dodge, Iowa, Aug. 3.

Dunston, T. B., prominent in Michigan poli-
tics, in Chicago, May 23.

Eggleston, Kdward (1837), author, at Jones
Lock, N. Y., Sept. 3.

Elkins, William L., Jr. (1864). prominent in
eastern business circles, at Menlo Lodge,
Pa., March 13.

Elliott, Eugene S. (1842), lawyer. In Mil-
waukee, Jan. 2. '

Emerson, William (1846), noted minstrel, ir,
Boston, Feb. 22.

English, Thomas Dunn (1819), author of
"Ben Bolt," at Newark, N. J., April 1.

Estoy, Gen. Julius S. (1844), organ manu-
facturer, at Brattleboro, Vt., March 7.

Fair, Charles L. (1867), California million-
aire, killed with his wife in automobile
accident near Paris, France, Aug. 14.

Fairchild, James H. (1818), educator, at
Oberlin, O., March 19.

Fergus, James (1815), pioneer, at Armells,
Mont., June 25.

Fernald, Orlando M., educator, in Boston,
April 15.

Field. Richard M. (1832), theater manager,
in Boston. Nov. 11.

Fillmore, Jerome A., railroad man, in San
Francisco, Feb. 27.

Fish, Nicholas (1848), banker, in New York,
Sept. 15.

Ford, Paul L. (1865), author, killed by his
brother. Malcolm Webster Ford. In Nev
York city. May 8.

Foster, Daniel M., lawyer, in New York,
April 4,



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND TEAR BOOK FOE 1903.



Freeman, Dr. Otis R. (1809), physician, at
Freehold, N. J., June 9.

French, Mrs. Bridget (1830), inventor, in
Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 7.

French, Mrs. Julia B. (1832), noted litigant,
in Boston, March 20.

Fuller, Allen C., adjutant-general of Illi-
nois during the civil war, at Belvidere,
111.. Dec. 6, 1901.

Gallaudet, Rev. Thomas (1822), founder of
first school for deaf and dumb, in New
York, Aug. 26.

Galvin, James (1855), baseball player, in
Pittsburg, March 7.

Godkiu, Eu win L. (1831), editor of New York
Evening Post, in Brixham, Eng., .May 20.

Gray, Ada, actress, in New York, Aug. 28.

Gray, Horace (1828), associate justice of the
United States Supreme court, at Nahant,
Mass., Sept. 15.

Green, Edward (1821), husband of Hetty
Green, at Bellows Falls, Vt., M'arch 19.

Gregory, William (1849). governor of Rhode
Island, at Wickford, R. I., Dec. 16, 1901.

Griswold, Chester (1844), iron manufacturer,
in New York ci'ty, Jan. 23.

Grout, William W. (1836), former congress-
man, at St. Johnsbury, Vt., Oct. 3.

Haldeman, Walter N. (1821), publisher, In
Louisville, Ky.. May 13.

Halpin, Maria (1842), at New Rochelle,
N. Y., Feb. 7.

Hampton, Wade (1818), distinguished con-
federate general, in Columbia, S. C.,
April 11.

Hanchett, David, actor, in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
April 25.

Harte. Francis Bret (1839), author, at Cam-
berley, England, May 5.

Haywood, John Healy (1817), Unitarian
clergyman, at Louisville, Ky., Jan. 13.

Hebard, Charles (1831), lumberman, in Phil-
adelphia, June 11.

Helmuth, Dr. William Tod (1833), physician,
May 14.

Hemphill, William A. (1842), publisher, in
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 17.

Hill, Charles A. (1834), lawyer, at Joliet,
111., May 29.

Hillis, Mrs. Margaret E., mother of Dr. N.
D. Hillis, at Woodbine, Iowa, April 20.

Hines, Dr. H. K. (1828), methodist clergy-
man, at Portland, Ore.. Jan. 19.

Hoadly, George (1826), for;per governor of
Ohio, in New York, Aug. 26.

Hobart. Gen. Harrison C. (1817). soldier of
the civil war, at Milwaukee, Jan. 26.

Hoe, Peter S. (1821), printing-press manu-
facturer, at Upper Montclair, N. J.,
Aug. 26.

Hoffman, Eugene A. (1829). dean of Episco-
pal General Theological seminary, at
Plattsburg. N. Y., June 17.

Hofmann, Gn. J. William (1823), soldier
of the civil war, in Philadelphia. March 5.

Holbrook, Martin L. (1830), medical writer,
in New York, Aug. 13.

Horton, Albert H. (1837), jurist, at Topeka,
Kas., Sept. 2.

Hott, John W., bishop, at Dayton, O.,
Jan. 9.

Houghton, George G. (1832), banker, in Mil-
waukee, Wis., March 18.

Howe. William F. (1827), lawyer, in New
York city, Sept. 1.

Hoyme, Gjermund, clergyman, at Eau Claire,
Wis.. June 9.

Hubbard, Nathaniel M. (1829), lawyer, at
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 12.

Hughes, Daniel E., physician, in Philadel-
phia, Oct. 28.

FTught-s, Gen. Belah M. (1816), western pio-
neer, in Denver, Col., Oct. 3.



Sunnewell. Horatio H. (1810), capitalist, at
Wellesley, M<ass.. May 20.

Hyatt, Alpheus (1832), educator, at Cam-
bridge. Mass., Jan. 15. '

Ilsley, John Parker (1825), engineer, at New
Brighton, S. I., Jan. 15.

Johnson, Hale (1847), prohibition leader In
Illinois, murdered near Newton, 111., Oct. 4.

Johnson, Prof. John B., dean of college of
engineering in University of Wisconsin, at
Pier Cove, Mich., June 23.

Josephs, Jacob (1850), rabbi, in New York,
July 28.

Jouett, James E. (1828), rear-admiral U. S.
N., retired, at Silver Spring. Md. Oct. 1.

Kedzle, Robert C. (1823), educator, at Lan-
sing, Mich., Nov. 7.

Kendrick, A. A. (1836), clergyman and edu-
cator, at Alton, 111., April 7.

Killilea, Matt (1857), baseball manager, at
Poygun, Wis., July 27.

Kimberly, Lewis A. (1830), rear-admiral U.
S. N., retired, at West Newton, Mass.,
Jan. 28.

King, Clarence (1842), geologist, mining en-
gineer and author, in Arizona, Jjec. 24.

Knowles, Edwin, theater manager, in Brook-
lyn, N. Y., April 14.

Larnbertson, Genio M. (1850). lawyer of Lin-
coln, Neb., in Chicago, June 15.

Latrobe, Charles H., engineer, in Baltimore,
Md., Sept. 19.

Lawson, John, bicycle rider, in Milwaukee,
March 14.

Learned, James Edgerton (1838), author and
newspaper editor, in New York. June Ifi.

Leary, Richard P., captain U. *. N., in
Washington, Dec. 27, 1901.

Lenihan, Thomas M., Roman cftholic bish-
op of Cheyenne, Wyo., at Marshalltown,
Iowa, Dec. 15, 1901.

Lewis, Louis (1839), physician, in New York,
Feb. 19.

Lewisohn, Leonard, New York banker. In
London, March 5.

Lindsay, Robert B. (1824), former governor
of Alabama, at Sheffield, Ala.,. Feb. 13.

Lippitt, Gen. Francis J. (1812), soldier in
the civil war, in Washington, D. C.,
Sept. 26.

Littler, David T. (1836). ex-state senator,
at Springfield, 111.. June 23.

Loeb, Albert (1860), banker, in New York,
Oct. 13.

Long, Charles D. (1841), jurist, In Detroit,
June 27.

Lord, Monroe M. (1818), clergyman, in Ben-
ton Harbor, Mich.. June 26.

Mackay, John W. (1831). American million-
aire, In London, July 20.

Magann, E. W. (1833), former Milwaukee
publisher, at Evanston, 111., June 14.

Main, Willett S. (1828), former state sena-
tor, at .Madison, Wis., "July 5.

Marquand, Henry O. (1819), president of
Metropolitan Museum of Art, in New
York, Feb. 25.

Marsh. Luther R. (1813), former law part-
ner of Daniel Webster, at Middleton,
N. Y., Aug. 15.

Marvin, William (1808), jurist, at Skane-
ateles, N. Y., July 9.

Maynard, James (1819). newspaper man, in
Indianapolis, Ind., July 28.

Miller, James R. (1845), grand secretary of
Illinois Odd-Fellows, at Springfield, 111.,
April 18.

Million, Dr. John L. (1827), surgeon, at
Springfield, 111., Feb. 14.

Mills, Hiram P. (1806), banker, at Mount



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