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THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION.
Presiding officer, ex officio.—GROVER CLEVELAND, President of the United States.
Chancellor.-Morrison R. Waite, Chief-Justice of the United States, 1415 I street.
Secretary, or Director of the Institution.—Spencer F. Baird, 1445 Massachusetts avenue.
Chief Clerk.-William J. Rhees, 1317 Eleventh street, N. W.
Corresponding Clerk.—Daniel Leech, 2024 I street, N. W.
Editor.-William B. Taylor, 306 C street, N. W.
Accountant.-W. W. Karr, 1327 M street, N. W.
Exchange Clerk.-G. H. Boehmer, 15 Seventh street, S. E.
Executive Committee.-James C. Welling, of Washington.
Henry Coppee, of Bethlehem, Pa.
M. C. Meigs, of Washington, D. C.
REGENTS OF THE INSTITUTION.
Morrison R. Waite, Chief-Justice of the United States.
John Sherman, (acting) Vice-President of the United States.
J. S. Morrill, member of the Senate of the United States.
Samuel B. Maxey, member of the Senate of the United States.
S. M. Cullom, member of the Senate of the United States.
0. R. Singleton, member of the House of Representatives.
W. L. Wilson, member of the House of Representatives.
W. W. Phelps, member of the House of Representatives.
John Maclean, citizen of New Jersey. (Princeton.)
Asa Gray, citizen of Massachusetts." (Cambridge.)
Henry Coppée, citizen of Pennsylvania. (Bethlehem.)
Noah Porter, citizen of Connecticut. (New Haven.)
James C. Welling, citizen of Washington.
M. C. Meigs, citizen of Washington.
MEMBERS EX OFFICIO OF THE INSTITUTION.
Grover Cleveland, President of the United States.
John Sherman, (acting) Vice-President of the United States.
Morrison R. Waite, Chief-Justice of the United States.
Thomas F. Bayard, Secretary of State.
Daniel Manning, Secretary of the Treasury.
William C. Endicott, Secretary of War.
William C. Whitney, Secretary of the Navy.
L. Q. C. Lamar, Secretary of the Interior.
William F. Vilas, Postmaster-General.
Augustus H. Garland, Attorney-General.
Martin B. Montgomery, Commissioner of Patents.
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM.
(Near the Smithsonian Institution.) Director.–Spencer F. Baird; 1445 Massachusetts avenue. Assistant Director.-G. Brown Goode, 1545 T street, N. W.
Curators.—Tarleton H. Bean, C. Bendire, H. G. Beyer, F. W. Clarke, J. W. Collins, W. H. Dall, F. P. Dewey, R. E. Earll, Romyn Hitchcock, W. H. Holmes, O. T. Mason, G. P. Merrill, Richard Rathbun, Charles Rau, Robert Ridgway, C. V. Riley, R. E. C. Stearns, F. W. True, L. F. Ward, Charles A. White, C. D. Walcott, J. E. Watkins, H. C. Yarrow.
Librarian.-Frederick W. True.
Chief Clerk.-W.V. Cox.
Registrar.-S. C. Brown.
Superintendent of Buildings.-H. Horan.
UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION.
(Office, 1443 Massachusetts avenue.)
Commissioner.-Spencer F. Baird, 1445 Massachusetts avenue.
Assistant Commissioner.-T. B. Ferguson, Richmond Flats.
Disbursing Clerk.--Herbert A. Gill, 1608 Q street, N. W.
Superintendent of Carp Ponds.-Rudolph Hessel, 718 Tenth street, N. W.
In Charge of Distribution.—Marshall McDonald, 1515 R street, N. W.
Secretary.—Edward Hayes, 107 I street, N. W.
THE CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART.
President.-James C. Welling, President of Columbian University, 1302 Connecticut avenue
Vice-President.-Charl M. Matthews, 1403 Thirtieth street, West Washington.
Secretary and Treasurer.—Anthony Hyde, 1319 Thirtieth street, West Washington.
J. C. McGuire, 614 E street, N. W.
Spencer F. Baird, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.
Edward Clark, Architect of the United States Capitol.
Samuel H. Kauffmann, 1000 M street, N. W.
Frederick B. McGuire, 614 E street.
Walter S. Cox, Associate Judge of the Supreme Court D. C., 1636 I street, N. W.
President, ex-officio.-Grover Cleveland, President of the United States.
First Vice-President.-W. W. Corcoran, 1611 H street, N. W.
Second Vice-President.—Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, Boston, Massachnsetts.
Treasurer.–J. B. H. Smith, Baltimore, Maryland.
Secretary.—Horatio King, 707 H street, N. W.
Clerk.-F. L. Harvey, jr., 1123 Seventeenth street, N. W.
JOINT COMMISSION FOR THE COMPLETION OF THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT.
President of the United States.—Grover Cleveland.
Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department.-M. E. Bell, 1338 Vermont avenue.
Architect of the Capitol.—Edward Clark, 417 Fourth street, N. W.
Chief of Engineers of the U. S. Army.—Bvt. Maj. Gen. John Newton, 920 Fourteenth st.
First V. P. Washington Nat. Mon. So.-W. W. Corcoran (chairman), 1123 Seventeenth st.
ENGINEER OFFICE, JOINT COMMISSION FOR THE COMPLETION OF THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT.
(612 Seventeenth street, N. W.) Engineer in Charge.-Col. Thos. Lincoln Casey, Corps of Engineers, 1419 K st., N. W. Assistant.-B. R. Green, 1738 N street, N. W. Clerks.-F. L. Harvey, jr., 1123 Seventeenth street, N. W.
G. M. Thomas, 1316 I street, N. W.
THE UNITED STATES NAVAL OBSERVATORY
(Twenty-third and E streets.)
Superintendent.-Commodore George E. Belknap, at the Observatory.
Assistant to Superintendent.—Commander Allan D. Brown, 1830 H street, N. W.
Clerk.—Thomas Harrison, 2723 N street, N. W.
For a full list of officers see Navy Department.
THE COLUMBIA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF
OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION.
Patron, ex officio.-GROVER CLEVELAND, President of the United States.
President.-Edward M. Gallaudet, Kendall Green.
Secretary.-Robert C. Fox, 2013 R street, N. W.
I reasurer.-E. Francis Riggs, 1311 Massachusetts avenue, N. W.
Howell E. Jackson, Senator from Tennessee.
J. Randolph Tucker, Representative from Virginia.
Thomas Ryan, Representative from Kansas.
Henry L. Dawes, citizen of Massachusetts.
William E. Niblack, citizen of Indiana.
Byron Sunderland, citizen of Washington.
James C. McGuire, citizen of Washington.
William W. Corcoran, citizen of Washington.
William McKee Dunn, citizen of Washington.
[In its educational work the institution is divided into two departments, as follows:]
I. THE NATIONAL DEAF-MUTE COLLEGE.
Edward M. Gallaudet, President, and Professor of Moral and Political Science.
Samuel Porter, Emeritus Professor of Mental Science and English Philology.
Edward A. Fay, Professor of History and Languages.
John W. Chickering, jr., Professor of Natural Science.
Joseph C. Gordon, Professor of Mathematics and Chemistry.
J. Burton Hotchkiss, Assistant Professor of History and English.
Amos G. Draper, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Latin.
John J. Chickering, Instructor in Gymnastics.
Arthur D. Bryant, Instructor in Drawing.
II. THE KENDALL SCHOOL.
Assistant Instructors.-Melville Ballard.
Mary T. G. Gordon (in articulation].
Theodore A. Kiesel.
Sarah H. Porter.
OFFICERS OF THE DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
John B. Wight, Supervisor.
Nathan S. Lincoln, Attending Physician.
Ellen Gordon, Matron.
Margaret Allen, Assistant Matron.
Almon Bryant, Master of Shop.
H. M. Van Ness, Steward.
(Office, in the Hooe Building, 1330 F street.) Director.—John W. Powell, 910 M street, N. W. Chief Clerk.- James C. Pilling, 918 M street, N. W.
(Office 1704 G street.)
President of the Board.—The General Commanding the Army.
The Commissary-General of Subsistence, U. S. Army.
The Adjutant-General, U. S. Army.
The Judge-Advocate General, U. S. Army.
The Quartermaster-General, U. S. Army,
The Surgeon-General, U. S. Army.
The Governor of the Soldiers' Home.
Secretary to the Board.–Oliver W. Longan, 222 Eleventh street, N. E.
(Residence at the Home.)
Governor.—Brevet Major-General H. J. Hunt, U. S. Army (retired).
Deputy Governor.–Captain R. Catlin, U. S. Army (retired).
Secretary and Treasurer.—Brevet Major B. F. Rittenhouse, U. S. Army (retired).
Attending Surgeon.—Brevet Lieut.-Col. Charles C. Byrne, U. S. Army.
The Army and Navy List (Hudson's), monthly, 1420 Pennsylvania avenue.
The Army and Navy Register, published weekly at 1420 Pennsylvania avenue.
The Capital, published every Sunday morning at 1420 Pennsylvania avenue.
The Chronicle, published every Sunday morning at 432 Ninth street, N. W.
The Commercial, published weekly at the corner of Ninth and G streets.
The Court Record, published daily at 519 Seventh street, N. W.
The Craftsman, published every Saturday morning at 505 D street, N. W.
The Critic, published every afternoon, except Sunday, at 941 D street, N. W.
The Gazette, published every Sunday morning at 935 D street, N. W.
The Gazette of the Patent Office, published every Tuesday at the Patent-Office.
The Hatchet, published every Sunday morning at 407 Tenth street, N. W.
The Herald and National Intelligencer, published every Sunday at 409 Tenth street, N. W.
The Law Reporter, published every Tuesday morning at 631 F street.
The Mechanics' (1. O. M.) Advocate, published monthly at 617 Massachusetts avenue, N. W.
The National Free Press, every Wednesday and Sunday, 490 Louisiana avenue.
The National Republican, every morning, except Sundays, corner Tenth and D streets.
The National Tribune, published weekly at 1405 G street, N. W.
The National View, published weekly at 207 Four-and-a-Half street, N. W.
The Post, published every morning at the corner of Tenth and D streets.
The Program, published daily at 632 D street, N. W.
The Republic, published every Sunday morning at 432 Ninth street, N. W.
The Scientific Record, published at 604 F street, N. W.
The Sentinel, published every Saturday at 516 Tenth street, N. W.
The Star, published every afternoon, except Sundays, at 1101 Pennsylvania avenue.
The Temperance Anvil, published every Saturday at 934 F street.
The Traveller, published weekly at 723 Twelfth street.
The United States Gazette, published monthly at 719 Market space.
The Vedette, published monthly at 339 Pennsylvania avenue, N. W.
The Volks Tribun, published every Saturday at 804 E street, N. W.
The Washington Journal (German), daily, corner of Seventh and G streets, N. W.
PLACES OF DIVINE WORSHIP.
Washington Hebrew Congregation, Eighth street, between H and I north. Service Friday evening at sundown, and Sabbath [Saturday] morning at 9 o'clock. L. Stern, minister.
Adas Israel Congregation (orthodox), 602 Sixth street. Services Friday evening at sunset, and Saturdays at 8 o'clock a. m.
CATHOLIC. St. Patrick's Church, F street north, corner of Tenth street west, one square west from the Patent-Office edifice. Rev. J. A. Walter, pastor; Rev. John Whelan, assistant.
St. Peter's Church, Capitol Hill, corner of Second and C streets, S. E. Pastor, Rev. G. W. Devine; Revs. Sullivan and Donahue, assistants.
St. Matthew's Church, corner of Fifteenth and H streets. Rev. P. L. Chapelle, D. D., pastor ; Rev. James Mackin, Rev. John A. Ahern,
St. Mary's Church (German), Fifth street, near H. Rev. Francis Tewes, pastor.
St. Dominic's Church, on the Island, Sixth street west and F street south. Rev. E. Donnelly, pastor; Rev. James N. Edelin, O. P., Rev. William Spencer, 0. P., Rev. William A. Horgan, O. P., Rev. Spalding, assistants.
St. Aloysius Church, North Capitol and I streets. Rev. E. McGurk, Rev. James Noonan, S. J., and others, assistants.
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Eighth and N streets. Rev. S. Ryan, pastor; Rev. P. Ryan, D. D., assistant.
St. Stephen's Church, Pennsylvania avenue and Twenty-fifth street. Rev. John McNally, pastor; Rev. C. F. Thomas, assistant.
St. Augustine's Church (for colored people), Fifteenth street, near L street north. Rev. M. T. Walsh, pastor; Rev. Father D. Hurley, assistant. St. Joseph's Church (German). Rev. J. P. M. Schleuter, S. J.,
pastor. Trinity Church, Georgetown. Rev. Stephen Kelly, pastor; Rev. A. Roccofort, assistant. St. Teresa's Church, Anacostia. Rev. Thomas M. Hughes, pastor.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. St. Paul's Church, Twenty-third street, south of Washington Circle. Rev. W. M. Barker. St. Mark's Church, Third street, near A street, S. E. Rev. A. Floridus Steele. Christ Church, G street, bet. Sixth and Seventh streets, S. E. Rev. Charles D. Andrews.
St. John's Church, H street, opposite the White House. Rev. William A. Leonard, D.D.; Rev. F. B. Reazor and Rev. C. J. Curtis, assistants.
Trinity Church, Third and C streets, N. W. Rev. Thomas G. Addison, D. D.
Church of the Epiphany, G street, near Fourteenth street, N.W. Rev. Samuel H. Giesy, D. D., Rev. I. McElroy, and Rev. C. C. Griffith.
Epiphany Chapel and Mission House, 1216 Maryland avenue, S. W.
Church of the Ascension, Massachusetts avenue and Twelfth street, N. W. Rev. John H.
Elliott, S. T. D., and the Rev. Green Shackelford.
Church of the Incarnation, N street, corner of Twelfth, N. W. Rev. I. L. Townsenu.
Grace Church, D and Ninth streets, S. W. Rev. J. W. Phillips, rector.
St. Paul's Church, Rock Creek Parish, near Soldiers' Home. Rev. James A. Buck.
St. Luke's Church (for colored people), Fifteenth and Samson streets. Rev. Alexander Crummell, D. D.
Church of the Holy Cross, Massachusetts avenue, N. W. Rev. J. A. Harrold, M. D.
St. Andrew's Church, corner of Fourteenth and Corcoran streets. Rev. J. B. Perry.
Christ's Church, Georgetown, corner Congress and Beall streets. Rev. Albert R. Stuart, D. D.
St. John's Church, Georgetown, corner Second and Potomac streets. Rev. John S. Lindsay, D. D.
Grace Church, High street, north of Georgetown, Rev. S. H. Griffiih.
St. Albans Church, Georgetown, Rev. Neilson Falls.
St. John's Chapel, Twenty-third street and Virginia avenue.
St. Mary's Chapel (St. John's parish), Twenty-third street, near G.
St. James' Church, Rev. J. W. Clark, Eighth street, between B and C streets, N. E.
Bishop Edward G. Andrews, D. D., LL. D., Richmond Flats.
Rev. J. McK. Reiley, D. D., Presiding Elder, Washington District, 2809 Q street, West Washington.
Metropolitan, corner of Four-and-a-half and C streets. Rev. E. D. Huntley, D. D.
Fourth Street Church, Fourth street southeast. Rev. M. F. B. Rice.