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ROMAN CATHOLIC.

Henry A. Flemming, O. S. A., assistants, 243

Crown. 6,8,9 and 10% AM, ; vespers, 33 P.M.
Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, Eighteenth St. Bonifacius, Diamond and Hancock: Very
op. Lugan Square: Most Rev. James F. Wood, Rev. Fr. X. Schmütigen, C.SS.R., superior and
D. D., Archbishop of Philadelphia; Rev. John pastor : Rev. Ferdinand Litz, Rev. B. Beck,
J. Elcock, Rector; Rev. 1. A. Brennan, Rev. Rev. L. Lautsch, C.SS.R., Rev. S. Breihcí,
Thomas Shannon, Rev. James P. Sinnoti, Rev. C.SS.R., Rev. B. Beck, C.SS.R., Rev. Quirin
Alexander Gallagher, assistants, 225 N. Eigh- Hilger, C.SS.R., 144 Diamond. 7, 9 and 10
teenth. Mass, 6, 7, 84, 9, 10% i vespers at A.M.; vespers, 7 P.M.
37.

St. Bridget, Falls of Schuylkill: Rev. Richard
All Saints', Bridesburg, cor. Brown and Bock O'Connor, 250 James. 8 and 101 A.M., 3. P.M.
ius, Bridesburg: Rev. John J. Fechtel, 157 St. Charles Borromeo, Twentieth and Chris-
Bockius. Mass, 8 and 10 A.M.; vespers, 3 P.M. tian: Rev. Nicholas J. Walsh, Rev. Peter Mc-

Annunciation, Tenth and Dickinson : Rev. Cullough, J. C. Wynne and Francis Dougherty,
John McAnany, Rev. P. J. Daily, Rev. John 902 S. Twentieth.6,772,81,9 and son A.A.,
Keul, 1503 S. Tenth. Mass, 6%, 8 A.M; vespers, 34 P.M.
3 P.M.

St. Clement, Seventy-first and Woodland av. :
Assumption, Spring Garden bel. Twelfth : Rev. Rev. Thomas O'Neill, Seventy-first and Wood.
A. D. Filan, Rev. John A. Wagner, 1121 Spring land av. 101% A.M.; vespers, 3'. P.M.
Garden. Mass, 64,8% and 10'2 A.M.; vespers, St. Dominic, Holmesburg : Rev. Lawrence
3'2 P.M., winter.

Wall, Rev. D. A. Bowes. 74 and 10%A.M.,
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, Oak, Man- 352 P.M.
ayunk: Rev. F. J. Martersteck, 176 Oak. Si. Edward the Confessor, cor. Eighth and
Mass, 8, 10 A.M. ; vespers, 3 P.m; Sunday-school, York: Rev. P. F. Sullivan, Rev. J. J. Mellon,

Eighth and York, 7, 9 and 10 A.M.; vespers,
Chapel of Little Sisters of the Poor, Eighteenth 32 P.M.
ab. Jefferson. Chapel service by the Fathers of St. Elizabeth, S. E. cor. Twenty-third and
the Society of Jesus at the Holy Family, Eigh- Berks : Rev. Bernard Dornhege, pastor, Res.
teenth and Stiles Mass, 6 A.M.

F. X. George, 1845 N. Twenty-third. 655, 876
Church of the Gesu, Seventeenth and Stiles : and roy A.m.; vespers, 33 P.M.
Rev. B. Villiger, S. J., Rev. A. Coppens, S. J., St. Francis Xavier, Twenty-fifth and Biddle :
Rev. A. X. Volente, S. J., Rev. F. McAree, S. Rev. James Maginn, Rev. John J. Ferry, Rev.
J., Rev. Chas. Cicaterri, S. J., and J. B. Nagle, Wm. Meaghey, 402 N. Twenty-filth, 62, 84, 9
S. J., Eighteenth and Stiles. 6, 7, 8, 9 and 102 and 104. A.M.; vespers, 33 P.M.
A.M., 22, 32 and 772 P.M.

St. James, Thirty-eighth and Chestnut : Res,
Holy Trinity (German), N. W. cor. Sixth and F. P. O'Neill, pastor, and Rev. Edmund V.
Spruce: Rev. H. Schick ; Rev. T. Kemmerling, Rowan, Rev. Joseph H. O'Neill, 3722 Chestnut.
assistant, 619 Spruce. 7,812, 10 A. M., 2% P.M. 612,8,9% and 1017 A.M.; vespers, 4 P.». Mass

Immaculate Conception, Front and Canal: every morning, 6 and 7.
Rev. M. Filan, pastor, and Rev. Joseph O'Keefe, St. Joachim, cor. Penn and Pine, Frankford:
assistant, 1020 N. Front. 6,872 and 1095 A.M., Rev. J. P. Byrne, Rev. James Nash, 27 Pine.
31 PM

8.9 and 1044 A.m.; vespers, 35 P..
Maternity of B. V. M., Bustleton: Rev. Mat. St. John the Baptist, Robinson, Manayunk:
thew P. O'Brien, Chestnut av. 7,814, 1042 A.M. Rev. James A. Brehony, pastor, Rev. James

Our Lady of Consolation, Chestnut av., Chest- Mooney and Rev. F. P. Fitzmaurice, 146 Robin-
nut Hill: Rev. C. A. McEvoy, 0. S. A., Chest- 644,892 and 1017 A.M.; vespers, 3. P.M.
nut av. 8, 1017 A.M., 4 P.M.

St. John the Evangelist, Thirteenth ab, Chest-
Our Lady of the Visitation B. V. M., Front nut: Rev. P. R. O'Reilly, Rev. J. J. Donnelly
and Lehigh av. : Rev. Thomas Barry, Rev. Jo- and Rev. B. F. Ruxton. 64,8 and 10'. A.m.;
seph A. Strahan, Rev. M. Armstrong, cor. Som. vespers, 4 P.M.
erset and Boudinot. 672, 82 and 101 A.m.; St. Joseph, Willing's alley bel Fourth: Rer.
vespers, 34. P.M.

Joseph M. Ardia, S. J., pastor, Rev. A. Roma-
Our Mother of Sorrows: Forty-eighth and Lan- no, Rev. P. A. Jordan, s. J., Rev. Patrick
caster av., Hestonville : Revs. Francis A. Shar. Duddy, S. J., Rev. Alexis Jamison, S. J., 317
key, J. F. Shields. 7, 10' A.M., 34, P.M. Willing's alley. 6 and 7 A.M.; 8 and 10

Sacred Heart of Jesus, Third bel. Reed: Rev. A.M.; vespers, 3%. P.M., Sundays.
James J. Fitzmaurice, Rev. A. B. Spaulding, St. Malachi, Eleventh ab. Master : Rev. Ed.
1420 S. Third. 6'6, 87, and 10' A.M., 742 P.M. ward F. Prendergast, Rev. M. A. Mullen and

St. Agatha, Thirty-eighth and Spring Garden : Rev. John R. Dillon, 1426 Warnock. 6, 7, 9 and
Rev.John E. Fitzmaurice, Rev. J. Ign. Oris. 0%,robe Mary, Fourth'ab. Spruce : Rev. Ignatius F.

A.M.; vespers,
8 and 109 A.M., 3122 P.M.

St. Alphonsus, S. W. cor. Fourth and Reed : Horstman, D.D., pastor; Rev. John J. NeDev.
Rev, T. B. Maus and Rev. Al. Misteli, 410 itt, 264 S. Fourth, Daily, 6, 62, 82 and 1019
Reed. 7'2, 10 A.M., 22 P.M.

A.M.; vespers, 374 P.M.
St. Ann, Lehigh av. and Memphis: Rev. Thos. St. Mary Magdalene di Pazzi, Marriott ab.
Kieran, pastor; Rev. Thomas F. Mullen, Rev.

Seventh : Rev. Antonio Isoleri, ap. miss., next to
Francis J. Quinn and D. M. Toomey, assistants, church. 8 and 10 A.M.; vespers, 3% P.M.
801 E. Lehigh av. 572, 7, 832 and 1012 A.M., 373 St. Michael, Second ab. Master : Very Rev.

C. P. O'Conner, pastor ; assistants, Rev. John
St. Augustine, Fourth bel. Vine: Rev. Peter W. Branahan, Rev. M. J. Lawlor, 1425 N. Sec-
Crane, O. S. A., pastor: Very Rev. P. A. Stan- ond. 6,743, 8, 9 and 10/2 A.M.; vespers, 3 P.M.
ton, D.D., 0. S. A., Rev. H. A. Henning, O. S. St. Patrick, Twentieth bel. Locust : Rev. J.
A., Rev. Joseph Coleman, O. S. A., and Rev. E. Mulholland, pastor; Rev. T. W. Power,

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CAMDEN.

Rev. Charles Vandegrift, Rev. L. McCabe, 242 UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST.
S. Twentieth. 6, 7, 8, 9 and 1042 A.M.; vespers, Centenary, east of Mount Airy av.: Rev. J.W.
3. P.M.
St. Paul, Christian ah. Ninth : Very Rev.

Etter, Quince ab. Allen's lane.
Maurice A Walsh, V. G., pastor; Rev. Wm.

First, Fourth ab. Norris : Rev. J. G. Fritz,

2009 N. Fourth, Walsh, Rev. J. J. Sweeny and Rev. James McGiveran, assistants, 808 Lebanon. 6,772, 9, 10% G. Myer, 1211 E. Allegheny av.

Second, E. Allegheny av. and Almond: Rev.

3, 7/2 P.M. A.M.; vespers, 312 P.M.

St. Peter, Filth and Girard av. : Redemptorist Fathers, Very Rev. Michael Holaus, C.Ss.R.; assistants, Rev. Thos. Hovestade, C.SS.R., Rev.

First, Fourth and Line : Rev. G. Myer.
John B. Hotz, C.SS.R., Rev. Victor Holslcher,
C.SS.R., Rev. Louis Ewald, C.SS.R., and Rev.

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN.
John N. Berger, CSS.R. 572,614, 72, 834 and
10 A.M.; Vespers, 7 P.M.

First, S. W. cor. Broad and Lombard : Rev. St. Philip de Neri, Queen ab. Second : Rev. N. Francis Church, 925 S. Fifteenth. 104 A.M., Cantwell, Rev. M. Cobbin, Rev. H. McGlinn and 32 P.M. Rev. C. F. Patterson, 228 Queen. 6, 8, 9 and Second, Race bel. Sixteenth: Rev. J. B. Dales, 1012 A.M.; vespers, 3 P.M.

D.D., 136 N. Eighteenth. 104 A.M., 4 P.M. St. Stephen, Nicetown: Rev. T. Quinn. Mass,

Third, Front ab. Jefferson : Rev. S. G. Fitz7'4, 10 A.M. ; vespers, 3'5 P.M.

gerald, 125 Susquehanna av. 10'6 A.M., 3/4 P.M. St. Teresa, Broad and Catharine : Rev. Hugh Fourth, N. E. cor. Nineteenth and Fitzwater: Lane, Rev. Thomas Toner, P. F. Beresford, 1337

Rev. Archibald Crawford, 1916 Christian. Catharine. 6,8,9 and 1042 A.M.; vespers, 32 P.M.

Fifth, Twentieth and Hamilton: Rev. Joseph St. Veronica, Second and Butler: Rev. Wm.

H. Wright, 520 N. Twenty-second. A. McLoughlin. 8, 1012 A.M.: vespers, 344 P.M.

Seventh, cor. Orthodox and Leiper: Rev. James St. Vincent de Paul, Price and Evans: Rev. B. Whitten, cor. Penn and Allen. James Knowd, C. M., Rev. T.V. Byrne, C. M.,

Eighth, Bainbridge bel. Twelfth : Rev. W.W. Rev. Pius G. Kreutz, Price and Evans. 6,8,9 Barr, D.D.; 705 S. Sixteenth. 104 A.M., 3%. P.M. and rola AM; vespers, 4 P.M.

Tenth, Thirty-eighth and Hamilton : Rev. John St. Vincent, Tacony, cor. Ash and Bockius: Teas, 624 N. Thirty-ninth, 20% AM., 7% PM. Rev. John Fechtel. 104 A.M., 3 P.M.

Norris Square, Susquehanna av. and Hancock :
Rev. James Crowe, D.D., 2245 N. Second. 1014

A.M., 312 PM.
CAMDEN.

North, Master ab. Fifteenth: Rev. H. A. McSt. Mary : Rev. James Devine.

Donald, 1533 Centennial av.

UNITED PROTESTANT.
First (colored), Emcline bel. Eighth : Rev.
Chas. N. Davis.

SPIRITUAL ASSOCIATIONS.
Bible Spiritualists' Hall, Lombard bel. Broad.
Co-operative Spiritualisis, No. 240 S. Fifth : S.
Wheeler, president,

First Association of Spiritualists, hall S. W. cor. of Spring Garden and Eighth sts. at 1016 A.M., 7'3 P.M.: H. B. Champion, president.

First Spiritual Religious Church of the Good Samaritan, N. E. cor. Eighth and Buttonwood : James M. Allen, speaker. Sunday afternoon and evening.

Keystone Association of Spiritualists, Lyric Hall: Joseph Wood, president. 23. P.M.

Second Spiritualist Church, Thompson bel. Front: James Marler, president. Sunday after

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BISHOPS.

BISHOPS OF THE EVANGELICAL ASSOUNION EVANGELICAL MISSIONS.

CIATION. Meadow Mission, Moyamensing av. and

J. J. Escher, Chicago, Illinois. Eighth : John C. Neff, superintendent; Joseph

R. Ycakel, Cleveland, Ohio. H. Schreiner, missionary:

R. Dubbs, Cleveland, Ohio. Park Avenue Union Mission, Diamond ab.

T. Bowman, Allentown, Pa. Twentieth: Rev. C. W. Hendrickson.

BISHOPS OF THE METHODIST EPISUNITARIAN.

COPAL CHURCH. Broad and Spring Garden : Rev. Mr. Ames, Levi Scott, Odessa, Del. ; clected 1852. monthly

Matthew Simpson, Phila., Pa.; elected 1852. First Church, Tenth and Locust : Rev. Joseph Thomas Bowman, St. Louis, Mo.; clected 1872. May, 1366 Pine. 10% A.M.

William L. Harris, Chicago, Ill. ; elected 1872. Germantown, Green and Chelten av. : Rev. Isaac W. Wiley, Cincinnati, Ohio; elected 1872. Samuel Longfellow, 4760 Green, Germantown. Stephen M. Merrill, St. Paul, Minn.; elected 1872.

Edward G. Andrews, Omaha, Neb.; elected 1872.

II A.M.

Gilbert Haven, Atlanta, Ga.; elected 1872. South-James A. Latane, Virginia.
Randolph S. Foster, Boston, Mass.; elected 1872. South-P. F. Stevens, South Carolina,
Jesse T Peck, San Francisco, Cal.; elected 1872. Centre--Wm. R. Nicholson, Philadelphia, Pa.
John Wright Roberts, Missionary Bishop, Món Missionary for the U. S. and Canada--Rev.
rovia, Libera.

Samuel Fallows.

Missionary for Great Britain and Ireland-Rev. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH. T. Huband Gregg, Dublin, Ireland. Robert Paine, Aberdeen, Miss.; elected 1846.

Missionary for Great Britain and Ireland-AlGeorge F. Pierce, Ga.; elected 1854.

fred J. Richardson, Malvern, England. Hubbard H. Kavanaugh, Lexington, Ky.; elected

BISHOPS OF THE UNITED BRETHREN William M. Wightman, Charleston, S. C.; elected

IN CHRIST. 1866.

J. J. Glossbrenner, Churchville, Va. David S. Doggett, Richmond, Va.; elected 1866.

Jonathan Weaver, D.D., Dayton, Ohio. Holland N. Mc Tyeire, Nashville, Tenn.; elected

John Dickson, D.D., Westerville, Ohio. 1866.

M. Wright, Dayton, Ohio. John C. Keener, New Orleans, La.; elected 1870.

N. Casile, D.D., Philomath, Oregon,

1854.

BISHOPS OF THE COLORED METHOD.

BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPIS. IST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.

COPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED
Wm. Henry Miles, Tenn,

STATES.
L. H. Halsey

Cons.
J. B. Bebee, N. C.

Alabama-Richard Hooker Wilmer.. 1862
Isaac Lane, Tenn.

Arkansas-Henry Niles Pierce (missionary) 1975
California-Wm. Ingraham Kip...

1853 BISHOPS OF THE AFRICAN METHOD. California Northern - John H. D. WingIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. field.

1874 David A. Payne, Xenia, Ohio; elected 1852.

Colorado--- John Franklin Spalding.

1873 Jabez P. Campbell, Philadelphia ; elected 1864.

Connecticut - John Williams.

1851

Delaware-Alired Lee..... Alexander W. Wayman, Baltimore; elected 1864.

1841 Thomas M. D. Ward, Aulanta, Ga.; elected 1868.

Florida-John Freeman Young

1867

18.3 John M. Brown, Washington, District of Colum: Georgia - John Watrus Beckwith. bia; elected 1868.

Illinois-W. E. McLaren.....

1875 James A. Shorter, Xenia, Ohio; elected 1868.

Quincy: Alexander Burgess,

......... 1873

Springfield: George F. Seymour... 1873 BISHOPS OF THE AFRICAN METHOD- Indiana-- Joseph Cruickshank Talbot......... 1896 IST EPISCOPAL ZION CHURCH. lowa-Wm. Stevens Perry.

1876 Kansas-Thomas Hubbard Vail.

1864 Joseph J. Clinton, 1040 Lombard,

Kentucky-Benjamin Bosworth Smith ....... 1842
John J. Moore, New Haven, Conn.

Thos. U. Dudley, Jr., assistant, 1875
Wm. H. Hillery, San Francisco, Cal. Louisiana
Thos H. Lomax, Charlotte, N. C.
Maine-Henry Adams Neely.

1867
James W. Hood, Fayette, N, C.
Maryland-Wm. Pinkney....

1870 S. T. Jones, Washington, D. C.

Easton: Henry Champlin Lay.. 185.9
J. P. Thompson, New York.

Massachusetts- Benjamin H. Paddock...... 1873
Michigan--Samuel Smith Harris.

1879 BISHOPS OF THE MORAVIAN CHURCH.

Western-Geo. D. Gillespie..... 1675
NORTHERN PROVINCE.
Minnesota-Henry B. Whipple.

1859
Residence. Cons. Mississippi-William Mercer Green.
Henry A. Schultz, Bethlehem, Pa., 1864 Missouri-Charles Franklin Robertson ...... 1865
Edmund de Schweinitz,

1870 Montana-Daniel S. Tuttle (missionary).... 1808 A. A. Rienke,

New York, 1870 Nebraska and Dakota, Robert H. Clark. SOUTHERN PROVINCE.

1867 Emil A. de Schwcinitz, Salem, N. C., 1874

Nevada--Ozi Wm. Whittaker.

18 New Hampshire-Wm. Woodruff Niles..... 1870 PROVINCIAL ELDERS.

New Jersey - John Scarborough... Conference of the Northern Province of the Northern-Thomas A. Starkey...... 1879 Moravian Church.

New Mexico and Arizona-Vacant.

New York--Horatio Potter.. Right Rev. E. de Schweinitz, Bethlehem, Pa.

1854

Central: Fred'k D. Huntingdon..... 16 Rev. H. S. Hoffman, 1317 N. Broad, Philadel

Western : Arthur Cleveland Coxe... 1865 phia, Pa, Rev. Eugene Leibert, Nazareth, Pa,

Albany: Wm. Crosswell Doane..... 1869 Rev. Henry T. Bachman, Bethlehem, Pa.

Long Island : Abram N. Littlejohn 186) Rev. Henry J. Van Vleck, Gnadenhutten, Ohio.

Niobrara and Indian Territory-William H.
Hare (missionary)

1872 North Carolina-- Thomas Atkinson...

1853 BISHOPS, OF THE REFORMED EPISCO.

Theo. B. Lyman, assistant 1872 PAL CHURCH.

Ohio-Gregory Thurston Bedell... North-west-Charles Edward Cheney, Mission

Southern-Thomas A. Jaggar..... 1875 ary, Chicago, I.

Oregon-Benj. Wistar Morris (missionary). 1868 Pacific-Edward Cridge, Victoria, British Co- Pennsylvania -- William Bacon Stevens...... 1862 lumbia.

Pittsburg: John B. Kerfoot...... 1666

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Pennsylvania Central: Mark Antony de

PROVINCE OT NEW ORLEANS. Wolle Howe....

1871

New Orleans, La.--Archbishop Perche. Rhode Island - Thomas March Clark.......... 1854

Francis X. Leray, coadjutor. South Carolina-Wm. Bell White Howe..... 1871

Galveston, Texas.-C. M. Dubuis. Tennessec-Charles Todd Quintard......... 1865

P. Dufal, coadjutor,
Texas-Alexander Gregg.....

Little Rock, Ark.-- Edward Fitzgerald.
Northern-Alexander Charles Gar-

Mobile, Ala.-John Quinlan.
rett (missionary).

1873 Natchez, Miss. --Vacant.
Western-Robert W. B. Elliott
(missionary).

Natchitoches, la.--Vacant.

1874 San Antonio A. D. Pellicer. Vermont-Wm. Henry Augustus Bissell..... 1868

V. A. of Brownsville-A. Manucy.
Virginia-Francis McNecce Whittle
West Virginia-George W. Peterkin, 1878

PROVINCE OF NEW YORK.
Wisconsin-Edward Randolph Welles....... 1874 New York, N. Y.-Cardinal Archbishop Mc-
Fond du Lac, John H. H. Brown 1875

Closkey. Africa, Cape Palmas--C. Clifton Penick (missionary)...... 1876 | Rochester, N. Y. - Bernard J. McQuaid.

Albany, N. Y.-F. McNeirney. Hayti, West Indies— James Theodore Holly (missionary)........... 1874 Buffalo, N. Y.-Stephen Vincent Ryan.

Brooklyn, N. Y.-John Loughlin. Shanghai, China--Samuel I. J. Shereschew

Newark, N. J.-M. A. Corrigan. sky (missionary)........

1877 Ogdensburg, N. Y.-Edgar P. Wadhams. Yeddo, Japan-Channing Moore Williams (missionary

1866

PROVINCE OF BOSTON. Valley of Mexico-Henry Chauncey Riley 1879 Boston, Mass.- Archbishop Williams, Horatio Southgate, late of Constantinople, Hartford, Ct.-Lawrence S. Mahon. Turkey. Retired.

1844 | Portland, Me.- James A. Healy.

Springfield, Mass.-P. J. O'Reilley. HIERARCHY OF THE ROMAN CATHO

Providence, R. I.--Thos. F. Hendricksen. LIC CHURCH IN THE UNITED

Burlington, Vt.-Louis de Goesbriand.
STATES.

PROVINCE OF OREGON.
Archbishops.

Oregon City --Archbishop Blanchet, 1 John McCloskey, Cardinal Archbishop, N. Y.

C. J. Seghers, coadjutor. 2 James Gibbons, Baltimore.

Nesqualy-M. A. Blanchet. 3 John J. Williams, Boston.

Vancouver's Island-John Baptiste A. Brondel. 4 John Baptist Purcell. Cincinnati.

PROVINCE OF ST. LOUIS. s John Martin Henni, Milwaukee. 6 Napoleon I. Perche, New Orleans.

St. Louis, Mo.-Archbishop Kenrick. F. H. Leray, Bishop, administrator, with

P. J. Ryan, coadjutor. right of succession as Archbishop.

St. Joseph, Mo.- John Hogan. 7 Francis Norbert Blanchet, Oregon.

Alion, Ill.-P. J. Baltes, 8 James Frederick Wood, Philadelphia. Peoria, III. - Jno. Lancaster Spalding. 9 Peter Richard Kenrick, St. Louis.

Chicago, Ill.–Vacant. 10 Joseph S. Alemany, o.'S. D., San Francisco. Dubuque, Iowa. - John Henessy. u John Lamy, Santa Fé.

Council Bluffs-Vacant.

Nashville, Tenn.-P. A. Feehan.
Bishops.

Leavenworth, Kan-Louis Fink, Leavenworth

City, Kansas. Prefect apostolic, Isadore RoPROVINCE OF BALTIMORE.

bot, 0. S. D. Baltimore, Md. --Archbishop J. Gibbons.

Nebraska-Vic. Ap. James O'Connor.
Wilmington, Del. --Thomas A. Becker.
Richmond, Va.-John J. Keane.

Dacotah-Vic. Ap. Rev. Martin Marly, 0. S. B. Savannah, Ga.-William H. Gross.

PROVINCE OF SANTA FÉ. Wheeling, West Va.-John J. Kain.

Santa Fé, New Mexico-Archbishop John Lamy. Wilmington, N. C.-Vic. Ap. Mark L. Gross, Arizona-Vic. Ap. J. B. Salpointe. adm.

Colorado-Vic. Ap. J. P. Machebouf. Charleston, S. C.-P. N. Lynch.

PROVINCE OF MILWAUKEE.
St. Augustine, Fla.-John Moore.

Milwaukee, Wis.--Archbishop Henni.
PROVINCE OF PHILADELPHIA.

La Crosse, Wis.-Michael Heiss.
Philadelphia, Pa.-Archbishop Wood.

Marquette, Wis., and Ste. St. Marie - John Pittsburg, Pa.-J. Tuigg.

Vertin. Erie, Pa-Tobias Mullen.

Green Bay, Mich.--F. H. Krautbauer. Harrisburg, Pa.-Jeremiah F. Shanahan.

St. Paul, Minn.-- Thomas L. Grace.
Scranton, Pa.--Wm. O'Hara.

John Ireland, coadjutor.
PROVINCE OF CINCINNATI.

Minnesota, Northern-Vic. Ap. Rupert SeidenCincinnati, ().-Archbishop Purcell.

bush, O. S. B. Columbus, O.--Vacant.

PROVINCE OF SAN FRANCISCO. Cleveland, 0.-Richard Gilmour.

San Francisco, Cal.-Archbishop Joseph S. AleCovington, Ky.-A. M. Tochbe.

many. Detroit, Mich.-C. H. Borgess.

Wm. H. Elder, coadjutor. Fort Wayne, Ind. - Joseph Dwenger.

Monterey, Cal.-F. Mora. Louisville, Ky:-William McCloskey.

Grass Valley, Cal.-Eugene O'Connel! Vincennes, Ind.- Francis S. Chatard.

Vinges, coadjutor.

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GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
President.-RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio.
Vice-President.-WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York,
Private Secretary to the President.-W. K. Rodgers.

CABINET
Secretary of State. -William M. Evarts, of New York,
Secretary of the Treasury.-John SHERMAN, of Ohio.
Secretary of War.-ALEXANDER RAMSEY, of Minnesota
Secretary of the Navy:-RICHARD W. THOMPSON, of Indiana.
Secretary of the Interior.-Carl Schurz, of Missouri.
Postmaster-General.-David M. Key, of Tennessee.
Attorney-General.-CHARLES DEVENS, of Massachusetts,

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ASSISTANT SECRETARIES AND CHIEFS OF BUREAUS.
STATE DEPARTMENT.-Assistant Secretary, Chief of Engineers, Brig.-Gen. Horatio G.
John Hay; Second Assistant Secretary, Wm. Wright; Chief of Ordnance, Brig.-Gen. Stephen
Hunter ; Third Assistant Secretary, Chas. Pay. V. Benet; fudge Advocate-General, Wm. Mc-
son: Chief Clerk, Sevellon A. Brown.

Kee Dunn; Chief Signal Officer, Colonel Al-
TREASURY DEPARTMENT.-Assistant Secreta-

bert J. Myer; First Assistant, Lieut. H. H. C.
ries, John B. Hawley, Henry F. French ; Soli Dunwoody.
citor of the Treasury, Kenneth Raynor : Chief NAVY DEPARTMENT.-Chief Clerk, John W.
Clerk, J. K. Upton; Appointment Clerk, Geo. Ń. Hogg; Admiral of the Navy, D D. Porter
Lamphere; First Comptroller, Albert G. Porter ; Vice-Admiral, Stephen C. Rowan: Chief of
Deputy, Jonathan Tarbell; Second Comptroller, Yards and Docks, Commodore Richard L. Law;
W W Upton; Deputy, J. S. Delano ; Register, Chief of Navigation, Commodore William B.
Glenni W. Scofield; Assistant, W. P. Titcomb; Whiting: Chief of Ordnance, Commodore Wm.
First Auditor, Robt. M. Reynolds ; Deputy, N. Jeffers: Chief of Provisions and Clothing,
Henry K Leaver; Second Auditor, Ezra B.
French ; Deputy, Chas. F. Herring; Third Audi- Medicine and Surgery, Surgeon-Gen. P.
tor, E. W. Keightly; Deputy, Allen M. Gange- Wales; Chief of Equipment and Recruiting,
wer; Fourth Auditor, Dr. Charles Beardslee; Commodore Earl English; Chief of Construc
Deputy, William B. Moore; Fifth Auditor, J. H. tion, John W. Easby Chief of Steam Engineer.
Ela; Deputy. Jonathan B. Mann ; Sirth Auditor, ing, Engineer-in-Chief Wm. H. Schock.
Jacob M. McGrew; Deputy, Fred'k B. Lilley

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT, - Assist. Sec., Alonzo
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Green B.
Raum ; Deputy, Henry C. Rogers'; Commis: Bell; Chief Clerk, George M. Lockwood; Com
Bioner of Customs, H. C. Johnson chercher : Commissioner indicans Atfairs, Ezra A. Hayt;

missioner of Land

Office, James A. Wiliiamson :
Henry A. Lockwood; Comptroller of the Cur.

Pensions, A. Bentley :
rency, John Jay Knox; Deputy, J. S. Langwor- Commissioner of Patents, Halbert E. Paine

of
thy; Director of the Mints of the U. S., Horatio Chief of Bureau of Education, John Eaton, Jr.
C. Burchard ; Chief of Bureau of Statistics,
Jos. Nimmo, Jr. ; Chief of Bureau of Engraving

Post-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.-First Assistant
and Printing, O. H, Irish; Chairman of the Postmaster, James N. Tyner; Second Assist-
Lighthouse Board, Henry Morton ; Secretary of ant, Thos, Brady: Third Assistant, A. D.
the Smithsonian Institution, Spencer F. Baird ; Hazen; Chief Clerk, W. A. Knapp; Superin-
Supervising Architect, J. G. Hill; Treasurer tendent of Foreign Mails, Joseph H. Blackfan;
of the United States, James Gilfillan; Assistant Superintendent Money-Order System, Chas. F.
Treasurer, Albert U. Wyman.

Macdonald.
WAR DEPARTMENT. - Chief Clerk, H. T.

DEPARTMENT OF Justice. Solicitor-General,
Crosby; General of the Army, w. T. Sherman; Samuel F. Philips;

Assistan. Attorney-Generals,
Adjutant-General, E. D. Townsend; Inspector-

Edwin B. Smith, Thomas Simons; Chief Clerk,
General, Randolph B. Marcy ; Quartermaster- Samuel Muliken.
General, M. C. Meigs; Commissary-General, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. - Commis-
Robert Macfeely : Surgeon-General, Joseph K sioner of Agriculture, Wm. G. le Duc; Chief
Barnes; Faymaster-General, Benjamin Alvord ; Clerk, É. A. Carman.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
Chief Justice.-Morrison R. Waite, of Ohio. Age 63; appointed 1874.
Associate Justices.

AGE, APP,
NATHAN CLIFFORD), of Maine......... 76 1857 WILLIAM STRONG, of Pennsylvania. 71
Noah H. SWAYNE, of Ohio..

75 1862 JOSEPH P. BRADLEY, of New Jersey. 65 SAMUEL F. MILLER, of Iowa 63 1862 Ward HUNT, of New York.......... 69 STEPHEN J. Fielt, of California..... 63 1863 JOHN M. HARLAN, of Kentucky.... 45 1877

Reporter.-WILLIAM TOD OTTO, of Pennsylvania, appointed 1875.
Clerk.-D. W. MIDDLETON, of Washington, D. C., appointed 1863.
Marshal.-John G. NICOLAY, of Illinois, appointed 1872.

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