Imágenes de páginas

CHICAGO GRAIN STATISTICS. The following tables show the extreme prices in each year for forty years for cash wheat, corn and oats, indicating the month in which such prices were obtained.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]


The following table shows the lowest and highest cash prices for mess pork and prime steamed lard in the Chicago market for the past forty years and the months in which extreme prices were reached.


$19.624@30.00 Oct.......

27.00 @34.00 June and Aug.. Oct, and Nov.
18.00 @30.50 July.........

12.00 @23.00 Jan ......

Nov. and Dec.
11.05 @16.00
July .....

11.00 @18.00 Apr. and May

NOV 13.75 @24.75 Aug.

Jan... 17.70 @23.50 Oct.

Nov.. 15.20 @22.75 Apr

11.40 @ 17.95 Jan....


7.271.@ 13.75 Dec.

9.37%.@ 19.00 Oct......

12.40 @20.00

16.00 @24.75 Oct.........

Mar 20.20 @20.15 May....

10.55 @ 19.50 May, Ju

8.00 @13.25

8.20 @ 12.20 Dec....

11.60 @24.00

June and Oct
12.90 @16.00 Oct....

Jan 8.35 @13.37% Jan

Dec... 7.50 @13.624 Apr..

Dec 7.45 @13.00 May...

Feb. 9.25 @ 15.05 Dec.

Jan... 10.25 @21.80 May...

Aug.. 10.6746@14.57% Sept

Mar. 7.50 @12.874 May .....

Dec.... 5.50 @10.85 Jan...

July... 7.15 @ 9.00 Sept.

June 7.65 @ 12.30 May,

Jan. and 7.85 @10.45 Jan.

May... 10.3716@16.00 Oct...

Feb..... 12 60 @16.80 Mar...

Jan... 15.00 @18.70 July...

Feb.... 10.95 18.374 Mar.

10.60 @16.50 Feb.....

11.70 @ 16.50 Oct..
13.45 @20.00 July .....

13.75 @17.75 Feb......... ..'| Oct.......

*Jan. 1 to Nov. 1.

[ocr errors]

de Whiting street.


svenue and Jackson

MUSICAL CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS. Amateur Musical Club-Music hall, 203 Michigan | Irish Choral Society-President, James J. Stokes;

avenue; president, Mrs. E. H.' Brush; secretary, secretary, Homer J. Buckley, 340 Dearborn street. Mrs. Philip B. Bradley.

Junger Maennerchor-257 North Clark street; presApollo Musical Club-199 Wabash avenue; presi

ident, Carl Bernhardt; secretary, A. E. Bieger, dent, Arthur Heurtley; secretary, Carl D. Hinsey. Bjorgvin Singing Society-876 N. Artesian a venue: president, Julius Jager; secretary, Edward Fortun.

Mendelssohn Club—Wabash avenue and Jackson Chopin Singing Society-102 West Division street;

boulevard; president, H. C. Cassidy: secretary.

1. H. F. Grabo. president, Bryan Lathrop; secretary, Philo A. Otis.

Norwegian Singing Society-President, M. Clausen; Freier Saengerbund-880 Milwaukee avenue; pres corresponding secretary, C. Huseby.

ident, Theodore Schenck; secretary, Frank Roth, Orchestral Association—405 Orchestra building: 229 Johnston avenue.

president, Bryan Lathrop; secretary, Philo A. Germania Maennerchor-643 North Clark street;

Otis. 'president, George P. Rinn; secretary, Charles Schweizer Maennerchor-162 North Clark street: W. Piper.

president, Xavier Waltert; secretary, G. Fehr. Gesangverein Almira-574 Armitage avenue; presi

Svithiod Singing Club-1768 Wrightwood avenue: dent, Herman Loos; secretary, Frank Roth.

secretary, Otto Johnson, 745 Foster avenue. Gruetli Maennerchor-109 -Wells street; president, J. Schnetzler; secretary, E. Staeheli.

Swedish Glee Club-470 La Salle avenue; president, Handel Musical Club-512, 26 Van Buren street;

Carl J. Lonnerblad; secretary, Eric Lundgren. president, Dr. J. R. Laughlin; secretary, Herbert Teutonia Maennerchor-President, A. Gill; secreThwaite.

tary, A. Weinhardt. Harugari Maennerchor-1115 West 12th street; prez Wanda Singing Society—540 Noble street; presi

ident, Fritz Nebel; secretary, Adolph H. Blu dent, Miss S. Wozniak; secretary, Miss A. menthal, 711 Ogden avenue.



Chicago Pioneers' Sons and Daughters-President, | Pioneers of Chicago President, Fernando Jones;

Frank W. Smith; recording secretary, George H. secretary, George H. Fergus, 22 Lake street. Fergus; corresponding secretary, John S. Zim- Western Association of California Pioneers-Presmerman, 157 Michigan avenue.

ident, George G. Custer; secretary, George W. Old Time Printers' Association-President, Fred Hotchkiss, 1509, 315 Dearborn street.

Barnard; secretary, William Mill.


American Trust and Savings Bank-Monroe and | Merchants' Loan and Trust-135 Adams; capital,

Clark; capital, $3,000,000; president, Edwin A. $3,000,000; president, Orson Smith; cashier, J. Potter; cashier, Charles S. Castle.

G. Orchard. Austin State-South Park and South boulevard, Metropolitan Trust and Savings-La Salle and Madi

Austin; capital, $25,000; president, Charles S. son; capital, $750,000; president, James H. GilCastle; cashier, Perley D. Castle.

bert; cashier, John A. Schmidt Bank of Montreal-184 La Salle; capital, $14,000,000; Monroe National--152 Monroe; capital, $200,000; manager Chicago branch, J. M. Greata.

president, Edwin F. Brown; cashier, L. C. WoodBankers' National-Marquette building, 204 Dear worth.

born; capital, $2,000,000; president, Edward S. Mutual-Madison and Wabash; capital, $250,000; Lacey; cashier, Frank P. Judson.

president, Lawrence Heyworth; cashier, Edgar F. Calumet National-273 92d; capital, $100,000; presi

Olson. dent, John Cunnea; cashier, John J. Cunpea.

National City-184 LaSalle; capital, $1,500,000; pres. Central Trust Company of Illinois-152 Monroe;

ident, David R. Forgan: cashier, H. E. Otte.

National Bank of the Republic-La Salle and Moncapital, $2,000,000; president, Charles G. Dawes; cashier, William R. Dawes.

roe; capital, $2,000,000; president, John A. Lynch; Chicago City-6225 Halsted; capital, $200,000; presi

cashier, R. M. McKinney. dent, Louis Rathje; cashier, Charles S. Brown.

National Live Stock-Union stockyards; capital, Chicago Savings-Chicago Savings Bank building,

$1,000,000; president, S. R. Flynn; cashier, Gates

A. Ryther.
State and Madison; capital, $500.000; president,
George H. Webster; cashier, Lucius Teter.

National Produce-132 Lake; capital, $200,000: presColonial Trust and Savings-205 La Salle; capital,

ident, Edwin L. Wagner: cashier, R. M. Ballou. $600,000; president, H. 8. Rose; cashier, G. H.

North Avenue State-North avenue and Larrabee; Coney.

capital, $200,000; president, L. C. Rose; cashier,

C. E. Schick, Commercial National-Adams and Clark; capital, $2,000,000; president, George E. Roberts; cashier,

North Side State Savings-North Clark and ChicaN. R. Losch.

go avenue; capital, $50,000; president, James B. Continental National-218 LaSalle; capital, $3,000,

Wilbur; cashier, Addison Corneau. 000; president, George M. Reynolds; cashier, W.

Northern Trust-LaSalle and Monroe; capital, $1,G. Schroeder.

500,000; president, Byron L. Smith; cashier, ThomCcok County State Savings-9 and 11 Blue Island

as C. King. avenue; capital, $50,000; president, Edwin S.

Northwestern Trust and Savings-814 Milwaukee Mack; cashier, R. Cardona.

avenue; capital, $200.000; president, J. F. Smul.

ski; cashier, T. M. Helinski. Corn Exchange-217 La Salle (new building, La Salle and Adams); capital $3,000,000; president, Ernest

Oak Park State-813, 172 Washington; capital, $150.

000; president, A. Hamill; cashier, Frank W. Smith.

W. H. Austin; cashier, H. N.

Leadaman. Drexel State-Cottage Grove a venue and Oakwood

Oakland National-3901 Cottage Grove; capital, boulevard; capital, $200,000; president, H. W .

$100,000; president, H. C. Foster; cashier, Henry Mahan; cashier, William Hardy.

Sheffield. Drovers' Deposit National-4201 Halsted; capital, $600,000; president, William

Pearsons-Taft Land Credit-Dearborn and Madison; .

A. Tilden; cashier, George M. Benedict.

capital, $200,000; president, Oren B. Taft; cashDrovers' Trust and Savings--4201 Halsted: capital.

ier, James R. Smart. $200,000; president, William A. Tilden; cashier,

People's Trust and Savings-Ashland and 47th; Charles S. Brintnall.

capital, $200,000; president, S. R. Flynn; vice

president, W. J. Rathje. Englewood State-337 West 63d; capital, $200,000; president, C. H. Vehmeyer; cashier, John R.

Prairie National-159 LaSalle; capital, $250,000; pres

ident, Geo. Woodland; cashier, Wm. B. Conklin. Burgess.

Prairie State--110 Washington boulevard; capital, Farson, Leach & Co.-140 Dearborn; capital, $1,000,000; cashier, W. D. Sheahan.

$500,000; president, George Woodland; cashier, Federal National-174 Dearborn; capital, $500,000;

Fred B. Woodland.

Pullman Trust and Savings-Pullman, Ill.: capital, president, I. N. Perry; cashier, Charles J. L. Kressmann.

$500,000; president, Edward F. Bryant; cashier First National-Dearborn and Monroe; capital, $8,

David J. Harris, 000,000: president, James B. Forgan; cashier,

Railway Exchange-15 Jackson; capital, $250.000; Charles N. Gillett.

president. George Merry weather; assistant cashFirst National of Englewood-449 West 63d; capital, ier, A. M. Rode. $100,000; president, J. J. Nichols; cashier, V. D.

Royal Trust--169 Jackson; capital, $500,000; presiNichols.

dent, James B. Wilbur; cashier, Edwin F. Mack. First Trust and Savings-Dearborn and Monroe; Security-409 Milwaukee avenue; capital, $300,000; capital, $2.000.000; president, J. B. Forgan; map

president, E. A. Erickson; cashier, J. C. Hansen. ager, E. K. Boisot.

South Chicago Savings-9226 Commercial avenue; Foreman Bros. Banking Company-LaSalle and capital, $200,000; president, T. P. Phillips; cash

Madison; capital, $500,000; president, Edwin G. ier, Warren W. Smith.
Foreman; cashier, George N. Neise.

State Bank of Chicago-Washington and La Salle; Fort Dearborn National--134 Monroe; capital, $1, capital, $1,000,000; president, H. H. Haugan; cash

000,000; president, L. A. Goddard; cashier, H. R. ier, John R. Lindgren. Kent.

State Bank of West Pullman-120th and Lowe; Hamilton National-La Salle and Monroe; capital, capital, $25.000; president, C. D. Rounds: cashier, $500,000; president, C. B. Pike; cashier, H. Meyer.

C. H. Crook. Harris Trust and Savings-204 Dearborn; capital, Stockyards Savings-4170 S. Halsted; capital, $250,$1,500,000; president, N. W. Harris; cashier,

000: president, S. R. Flynn; cashier, T. J. FitzFrank R. Elliott.

gerald. Harris, N. W., & Co.--204 Dearborn; capital, $2, Union Stockyards State-4649 South Ashland; capi350,000; cashier, G. P. Hoover.

tal, $200,000; president, R. J. Schlesinger; cashHibernian-Clark and Monroe; capital, $1,500,000; ier, William S. Dagett.

president, John V. Clarke; cashier, John W. Union Trust-Dearborn and Madison; capital, MacGeah.

000.000; president, F. H. Rawson; cashier, Illinois Trust and Savings--La Salle and Jackson; Wilson.

capital, $5,000,000; president, John J. Mitchell; West Side Trust and Savings-284 West 12th; capi. cashier, B. M. Chattell.

tal, $200.000: president, S. R. Flynn; cashier, Kaspar State-623 Blue Island avenue: capital, Charles F. Hoerr.

$200,000; president, William Kaspar; cashier, Western Trust and Savings-La Salle and Adams; Charles Krupka.

capital, $1.000.000: president, Joseph E. Otis; Kenwood Trust and Savings-Grand boulevard and cashier, William C. Cook,

47th; capital, $200,000: president, A. K. Brown; Woodlawn--449-453 East 630; capital, $200,000; presi. cashier, R. H. Willard.

dent, William D. McKey; cashier, F. C. Brown.




Deposits. Loans and profits, Deposits, loans and surplus at the close of busi.

National City........ $4,665,775 $4,549,167 $384,391 ness Aug. 22 for national banks and at the open

Harris Trust...... 4,224,660 1,192,328 347,255 ing of business for state banks Aug. 20, 1907.

Pullman Trust....... 3,552,830 2,334,272 185,700 Surplus Chicago Savings..... 2,986,766 2,012,233

91.035 Deposits. Loans. and profits. Colonial Trust.... 2,693,937 2,660,682 543,504 First National....... $97,542,838 $68,035,511 *$11,207,655 Kaspar State........

2,561,810 2,082,706 107,779 Illinois Trust...... 94,425,974 73,148,308 7,982,227 First of Englewood. 2,164,287 1,915,860 155,00 Continental ......... 62,930,140 44,813,453 3,065,020 Mutual ................ 2,147,678 1,805,177

77.395 Corn Exchange....... 52,498,602 37,989,652 4,764,477 Drovers' Trust...... 2,076,998 1,531,797

78.340 Merchants' Loan..... 50,854,424 28,308,867 4,462,542 Stockyards Savings.. 2,019,149 1,035,468 150.239 Commercial ...... 38,471,326 26,876,197 4,233,317 Security ............. 1,630.536 1,421,923 100,375 First Trust........... 38,227,891 22,005,929 1,214,643 Chicago City......... 1,544,682 1,421, 302 $140,909 Northern Trust...... 27,851,693 12,412,913 1,812,053 Drexel State......... 1,521,587 1,233,257

37, 451 American Trust...... 26,883,093 15,797,510 2,513,137 So. Chicago Savings. 1,493,072 922,788

73.897 Hibernian ........... 22, 212, 755 17, 102,713 1,123,683 Monroe National..... 1,414,839 824,269 53,629 State B'k of Chicago 18,609,373 14,889,514 1,123,423 West Side Trust..... 1,282,334 1,179,633

31,927 Bankers' National... 17,746,171 12,315,845 1.263,311 Prairie National..... 1, 138, 638 859, 197

69,149 Nat. B'k of Republic 17,003,568 13,588,662 1,227,139 People's Trust....... 1,030,314 973,498

60,752 Union Trust.......... 11,535,187 8,223,655 1,031,807 Austin State......... 1.006,165 789,477

36,145 Central Trust........ 11,522,946 8.895,358 990,952 Northw'tern Trust... 1,002,517 873,362 40,937 Fort Dearborn....... 10,822,213 6,345,728 386,439 Federal National.... 1,001,731 1,066,331

84,214 National Live Stock 8,663,1426,600,490 1,388,398 Un. Stockyards State 954,482 879,805 56,997 Western Trust....... 8,241,386 6,006, 242 315,083 Oakland National... 905,370 801,100 134,325 Hamilton National.. 6,555, 262 3,847,878 181,897 Railway Exchange... 836.264 736,879

15,019 Prairie State........ 6,432,336 4,587,455 109,530 Union Bank of Chi.. 776,310 740,030

42.316 Drovers' Deposit...... 6,431,478 4,450,409 365,071 Englewood State..... 707,368 680,885

Foreman Bros....... 5,747,1495,023,886 631,540 *Includes First Trust. Figures of preceding
Metropolitan Trust. 5,134,826 4,734,252 355,600 statement.
Royal Trust..

4,911,957 3,283,772 566,508


Cash resources.
Nov. 19. Nov. 19. Nov. 19.

Aug. 20. American Trust and Savings...

$23,273,722 $14,072,774 $8,692,898 $10,161,539 Austin State....


295,992 Central Trust...

10,985,190 8,785, 442 2,620,817 2,604,750 Chicago City Bank.......


494,441 Chicago Savings.......

2,853,006 2,043,142


609,210 Colonial Trust and Savings...

2,290, 167 2,355,864

718, 249

924,830 Drexel State............


302, 405 Drovers' Trust and Savings......


383,343 First Trust and Savings......

33,484, 815 17,530,881 7,989,550

7,714, 753 Foreman Bros. Banking company..

5,339,380 4,452,165 1,852,237

1,668,284 Harris Trust.............. .

847,840 1,227,098

1, 252,521 Hibernian Banking....

21,467,124 15,735,633 5,525,180

5.043.786 Illinois Trust and Savings...

87,187,355 61,008,482 23,063,140 17,794,210 Kaspar State...................

2,412,332 2,001,855


710,255 Merchants' Loan and Trust......

45,426,795 27,346,880 17,878, 602 20,874.405 Metropolitan Trust and Savings

4,839,968 4,026,618 1,172.880

928,135 Mutual ..............



637,382 Northern Trust......

27,333, 788 11,947,256 10,362,271 10,207,606 Northwestern Trust...



200,985 Prairie State....

6,180,897 4,039,670


1,275,153 People's Trust and Savings..


217,366 Pullman Loan and Savings...

3,599,693 2,411,678


796,754 Railway Exchange....


234,514 Royal Trust................

4,136,960 2,012,504 1,678,812

1,109,878 Security ...................

1,557,402 1,344,209


315,482 South Chicago Savings....

1,348, 221


457,039 State Bank of Chicago.

17,114,088 12,741,710 4,915,309

4,698, 302 Stockyards Savings......



331,140 Union Stockyards State...


213,985 Union Trust....................

11,109,379 7,107,836 3,868,556

3,053,621 Union Bank of Chicago.....


112,653 Western Trust and Savings....


5,792,871 2,548,693 2.679.143 West Side Trust .................

1,242,394 1,084,356


264,239 Total Total ...........................

337,969, 179 220,844,382 101,619,415 98,568,134





Incorporated Jan. 30, 1901. President-Ralph Clarkson.

chairman: Mrs. James S. Watson, secretary. First Vice-President-Lorado Taft. Second Vice-President-H. C. Chatfield-Taylor.

The objects of the association are to promote Secretary-James William Pattison, Art institute. the beautifying of the streets, public buildings and Treasurer-Charles L. Hutchinson.

places of Chicago; to bring to the attention of Counsel-Byron Boyden.

the officials and people of the city the best methDirectors-The officers and Fred A. Busse, Howard ods for instituting artistic municipal improvements

Van D. Shaw, Louis J. Millet, Peter B. Wight, and to stimulate civic pride in the care and imCharles Francis Browne, Julia Bracken Wendt, provement of private property. The membership of N. H. Carpenter, William H. Bush, Mrs. George the board of directors of the league includes the B. Carpenter, Honore Palmer, J. S. Dickerson, mayor of the city or the commissioner of public Bryan Lathrop, Lyman A. Walton, Bernard A. works, three park commissioners, three sculptors, Eckhart.

three architects and three painters. The league Exhibition Committee-Mrs. William Frederick is merely advisory and is not invested with any

Grower, chairman; Mrs. H. H. Kingsley, vice- l authority from the city.


Academy of Sciences museum in Lincoln park.
Cemeteries-Graceland, Rosehill, Calvary.
Fort Sheridan, near Highwood.
Grant, Lincoln, Schiller, Goethe and other monu-

ments in Lincoln park.
Historical society library and collection, Dearborn

avenue and Ontario street.
Lake Shore drive.
Lincoln park conservatories and zoo.
Newberry library, Clark street and Walton place.
Northwestern university in Evanston.
Waterworks, Chicago avenue, near lake.

Armour Institute of Technology, 3300 Armour

Art institute galleries of paintings, sculptures and

art collections; on the lake front, foot of Adams

street. Auditorium tower, Wabash avenue and Congress

street; view of city. Blackstone branch library, Lake avenue and 49th

street. Board of trade, La Salle street and Jackson boule

vard; admission to gallery. Cahokia courthouse on Wooded island in Jackson

park. Caravels in Jackson park. Chamber of Commerce building (interior), LaSalle

and Washington streets. Chicago National Bank building, interior mural

decorations, 148 Monroe street.
Chicago Normal school, 68th street and Stewart

City hall, La Salle and Washington streets.
Confederate monuments in Oakwoods cemetery.
Crerar library, 87 Wabash avenue, sixth floor.
Douglas monument, 35th street and Ellis avenue.
Drexel, Grand and 55th Street boulevards.
Field museum in Jackson park.
Fort Dearborn site tablet, 1 River street, opposite

Rush street bridge.
Grand Army hall in public library building, Ran-

dolph street and Michigan avenue.
Iroquois theater fire, scene of, 79-83 Randolph

street. Jackson park, site of World's Fair in 1893. Life-saving station, at mouth of Chicago river.

Logan statue in Grant park (lake front).
Marquette building sculpture panels, Dearborn and

Adams streets.
Marquette-Joliet cross, Robey street and drainage

Masonic Temple; view of city from roof.
Massacre monument in 18th street near the lake.
Midway plaisance.
Montgomery Ward tower, Michigan avenue and

Madison street; view of city.
Municipal museum in public library building,

Michigan avenue and Washington street.
McKinley statue in McKinley park.
Orchestra Hall, 168 Michigan avenue.
Postoffice, on square bounded by Adams, Clark and

Dearborn streets and Jackson boulevard,
Public library, Michigan avenue and Washingtou

Pullman, suburb and manufactory.
South Water street; commission house district.
State street department stores; shopping district.
Stockyards, Halsted and Root streets.
Tunnels under river, Van Buren, Washington and

LaSalle streets.
University of Chicago quadrangles, Ellis avenue

and 58th street.
Washington statue, Grand boulevard and 51st

Wendell Phillips high school, Prairie avenue and

39th street.
Wooded island in Jackson park.

Ashland, Garfield. Humboldt. Washington and Gar-

field boulevards.
Douglas park.
Drainage canal.
Garfield park.
Ghetto district on South Canal, Jefferson and Max.
well streets; fish market on Jefferson street from

12th to Maxwell.
Haymarket square, Randolph and Desplaines

streets; scene of anarchist riot.
Hull House, 330 South Halsted street.
Humboldt park.
Humboldt, Leif Ericson, Reuter and Kosciusko

monuments in Humboldt park.
Parental school, St. Louis and Berwyn avenues.
Police monument (Haymarket), in Union park.


The postoffice and all other United States depart. | Marine Hospital-Clarendon and Graceland avement offices, except where otherwise noted, are in nues; surgeon in command, George B. Young. the federal building. which stands on the square Naval Office-Room 451; naval officer, Thomas N. bounded by Clark, Adams and Dearborn streets Jamieson; special deputy, Edgar C. Hawley; depand Jackson boulevard.

uty, Thomas Carr. Appraiser's Office-Harrison and Sherman streets;

Pension Agency-Room 403; pension agent, Charles

Bent. appraiser, Thomas O'Shaughnessy.

United States District Attorney-Rooms 825 to 83?; Bureau of Labor-Room 851; special agent, Ethel

Edwin W. Sims; chief clerk, William A. Small bert Stewart. Bureau of the Census-Room 851; chief special

United States Engineer-Room 508; Lieut.-Col. Wil. agent, Zach C. Elkin.

liam H. Bixby. Custom House-South wing, fourth floor; collector,

United States. Marshal-Rooms 804 and 806; mar

shal, Luman T. Hoy, chief deputy, John P. Wolf. John C. Ames; special deputy collector, John

United States Subtreasury-First floor, northwest Hitt: private secretary, Thomas H. Keefe; deputy collector at barge office, No. 2 River street,

section; assistant treasurer, William Boldenweck.

Weather Bureau-Fourteenth floor; professor in James M. Nash.

charge, Henry J. Cox. Hydrographic Office-Room 528; nautical expert

in charge, W. J. Wilson. Immigration Bureau-Rooms 855 to 857; chief in


District attorney................................

...$10,000 Inspectors of Steam Vessels-Room 529; inspector Postmaster ...

..... 8,000 of hulls, Ira B. Mansfield; inspector of boilers, Collector of customs

. 7,000 Roy L. Peck.


5.000 Internal Revenue Department-East wing, fourth Marshal .....

5,000 floor; collector. Henry L. Hertz; chief deputy, Naval officer..

5.000 Frank E. Hemstreet; cashier, John Williamson Internal-revenue collector.

4,500 Life-Saving Service-Room 500; assistant inspector, Pension agent.......

4.000 Lieut. J. G. Ballinger.

United States engineer.....

3,500 Lighthouse Department-Room 703; inspector, Com Appraiser ....

3.000 mander J. M. Orchard, U. S.

Professor of meteorology (w



« AnteriorContinuar »