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General Manager of the Union Pacific Railway, Trunk engineers and firemen were seated S.T. Smith, General Superintendent of Nebras- about them. ka Division, for the generous favors they have The chairman, in his opening remarks, stated shown us in furnishing free transportation to that it was gratifying to him, as it must be to the military band of Sidney, and also to all en- all others interested in this gathering, to witgineers, their wives or sweethearts, who desir- ness such a large attendance. It showed, he ed to attend our annual May party, held at thought, their appreciation of Mr. McNeill, who North Platte on the evening of May 1st, 1835. had, for so many years, been a warm friend to

Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be his fellow-workmen. (Cheers.] Mr. McNeill sent to each of them, and published in the En- was now favorably situated, and, he had no GINERRS' MONTHLY JOURNAL.

doubt, he would continue to merit promotion FRANK TRACY,

from the company until he held the highest M. B. TARKINGTON, Committee. gift of his employers. [Cheers.] His friends A. R. BONNER,

here, the chairman concluded, would always

be pleased to hear of his success. [Cheers.] PEORIA, June, 7, 1885.

Mr. Thomas MoNabb, secretary of the comAt a regular meeting of Peoria Division No. mittee, then presented Mr. McNeill with a hand92, B. of L. E., held on the sixth day of June

some gold watch. He said: The object that 1885, the following preamble and resolutions substantial notice of the services rendered the

calls us together this evening is to take some were unanimously adopted:

locomotive engineers and firemen by our late Whereas, The members of this Division have brother engineer and fellow-workman s. c. received many favors from the different railway McNeill (cheers), who, for a number of years, , officials, during our attendance at the Union has labored so faithfully and zealously, and meeting held in the city of Springfield, Ills., made many sacrifices of time, in discharging May 24, 1885. Therefore, be it

the duties of his office, viz; Representative of Resolved, That a vote of thanks is due and is the engineers and firemen of the Grand Trunk hereby tendered to T.B. Burnett, General Man- Railway [Cheers.) Inscribed in the mottos ager, and F. B. Ogden, Supt. of the Peoria & of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Pekin Union Ry. Co., and to E. N. Armstdong,

-to which nearly all of the engineers belongSupt.; N. H Goodell and F. L. Tompkins,

we find the word " Justice," and we believe it Train Masters; J. B. Barnes, Supt. of Motive would not be just, right or proper to let such Power; and M. Honness, Division M. M. of the services pass unrewarded. Therefore, Brother Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Ry.Co., Middle Di- McNeill and fellow employes, it affords we vision, for the kindness in furnishing us with a much pleasure to say in behalf of the engineers special train, thereby placing us under lasting and firemen of Belleville that, appreciating the obligations for the favors shown, which we

services you have rendered, they have thought shall endeavor to show in the future, by our

this a fitting opportunity to present you with work that we appreciate.

some token as a tangible proof of their appreRssolved, That a copy of the above resolu- ciation and esteem, and for that purpose have tions be sent to the parties

named and a copy that we could have selected a more fitting testi

selected a watch. (Cheers.] I do not know for publication sent to the ENGINEERS'JOURNAL monial, or one more useful to our calling, and the Peoria daily papers. R. M. ORR,

which requires that we should watch, always C. 0. JONES,

watoh. Whether in the bright rays of the midL. MILLER,

day sun or in the darkness of the midnight


hour; whether on the straight line or on the T. PITMAN

sharpe curve, or the up grade or the down F. E. HEWITT,

grade; whether running backward or forward, the engineer should watch-watch his time,

watch his orders, watch the switches, watch PRESENTATION,

his rights, watch his engine, watch lest he en

croach upon the rights of others. Then no BELLEVILLE, May 15, 1885. testimonial could be more suitable to his call. MESSRS EDITORS: A very happy party meting or better calculated to remind him of his in Odd Fellows' Hall, Belleville, on April 28, please accept this watch, and with it the best

responsibility. (Cheers.] Then, Mr. McNeill, comprising the engineers of Division 189 and wishes of the locomotive engineers and firefiremen of Challenge Lodge 66, and their friends, men of Belleville that you may long live to ento pay tribute of respect to Bro. McNeill, who joy it. You see these gold cases, which will re

you of the purity of our intentions in has received the appointment of Locomotive giving merit to whom merit is due. (Cheers.] Foreman at Pt. St. Charles. Bro. McNeill was Inside you will find a movement that for acfor a number of years representative of the curacy of time can not be surpassed, which

will remind you of the accuracy of your acGeneral Committee, and for the past two years tions as a brother locomotive engineer; and as was chairman of the committee representing you watch the movement of the hands on the

watch let it remind you of your duties as a lothe Grand Trunk System.

comotive fireman, that you shall watch the Below is given a full account taken from the movement of the power under your superviBelleville Daily Ontario. T. NONABB,

sion and despatch steadily to the Grand Trunk

Railway Company and your brother engineers Secretary.

under your control, and in years hence, when The programme began about eight o'clock, and some, yes, many, of us here to-night will have dancing was the order of the night until three made our last trip, and passed from the cares hours later the orchestra disappeared and the of this life to that terminus from whence no railroaders were called to the platform. Mr. E. train returns, this watch may cause you to look Taylor was chairman, and seated on his right back in kind remembrance on the donors. (Prowas Mr. Thomas McNabb and the guest of the longed cheers.) evening, Mr. McNeill. About fifty other Grand After the applause had abated, Mr. McNeiji

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rose to reply to the able address of the secreta- 251-D. W. Daley, from Div. 134.
ry. He heartily thanked them for the valuable 230-P. E. Brittingham, from Div. 99.

which they had given him, and he prom. 273-Charles N. Kimball, from Div. 173. ised to preserve it that in years hence he might 95-C. W. Bradley, from Div. 34. look back to the good and true friends he had 150~George Davis, from Div. 86. left in Belleville. As a fellow-workman for fif- 219-M.O. Dwyer, from iv. 144, teen years he had witnessed many similar pre

Wm. Platt, from Div. 227. sentations to those leaving to fill distant sta

L. H. Gray, from Div. 176. tions, and from the earnest and enthusiastic

A. T. Honer, from Div, 78. manner in which the engineers and firemen

George Finnegan. from Div. 155. always responded, he valued this token of 88_Charles G. Hall, from Div. 228. their appreciation more than the real value of 12-H. Hollar, from Div. 167. the watch. (Cheers.) Here Mr. McNeill was 194--B. G. Plumber, from Div. 139. overcome with emotion and he was unable to

Marion Slager, from Div. 18. give expression to his thoughts, but the silent 232-8. C. Vaupel, from Div. 144. tear trickling down his cheek told the hundred 177-0. S. Bouchard, from Div. 86. and fifty people surrounding him his true 154-R. M. VanDorn, from Div. 100. thankfulness to them for the kind expressions 222-J. T. Havard, from Div. 55. of good will accompanied by such a magnifi- 274-A. Hazlett, George McGarrahan, Geo. cent present.

Palmer,' Wm. Adams, and Wm. H. The watch was bought in Montreal, by Mr.

Parkison, from Div. 186. McNabb, and is valued at $150. It is an Apple

John W. Else, and W.C. Dean, from ton Tracy, three ounce, eighteen carat watch,

Div. 136. with a fine monogram on the case, the inscrip

John S. Sweeney, from Div. 222. tion on the inside reading: " Presented to s. C.

E. M. Jacobs, from Div. 55. McNeill, by the Locomotive Engineers and Fire

Wm. F. Brennan, from Div, 258. men of the Grand Trunk Railway, Belleville,

B. W. Johnson, from Div. 232. April, 1885.

P. Flavin, Irom Diy. 175. A brief program of songs and recitations was

George Richardson, from Div. 144. then rendered, after which the ladies provided

L, R. Clemerson, from Div. 78. a bountiful supper, and dancing was resumed. 237–H. P. Fisher and E. R. Fullenrider, from The program was brought to a close about two

Div. 81. hours afterwards, all expressing their entire

E. W. Kells, from Div. 158. satisfaction with the arrangements made by 155J. O. Goss, from Div. 205. the commitee, and Mr. McNeill received a cor

Jordan Gray, from Div. 245. dial shake of hands from his friends, and many 269-James Delong, P. Kelly, E. H. Kretza kind word of congratulation and encourage

man and William Lesure, from Div. ment for future success.

105. 244-Thomas H. Shoens, from Div. 169.

58-Owen McCarty, from Div. 41. ADMITTED BY CARD.

118–J. Ryan and B. Phillips, from Div. 89.

12-Christian Shrone, from Div. 12. Into Division

161-F. A. Levitt, from Div. 110.
278-A. W. Machin, William Curwin, Peter 45-John A. Willits, from Diy. 109.

Ring, Charles Kelley, A. H. Heath, 181—W. H. Dunbam, from Div. 41.
John Wood, H. Rogers, George W. 119–J. P. Turley, from Div. 178.
Bush, J. D. Newcomb, Ed. G. Sell,

Joseph G. Moor, from Div. 125,
H. Southard, J. M. Harris, Charles 200—Wm. C. Peaco, from Div. 125.
Cobb, Joseph Gregory, E. L. Wor- 207-W. S. Gaines, from Div. 84.
gan, M. Rice, W. H. Cook, J. W.

John A. Bower, from Div. 21.
Scott and L. Hardison, from Div. 273-0. E. Work, E. F. Bynane, B. S. Finney,

B. S. Snyder, C. W. Pool, Thos. CherJ. O. Haynes, from Div. 42.

ry, Andrew Dailey and Allen White, George W. McComb, from Div. 21.

from Div. 15. Owen Donigan, from Div. 225.

Jerry Breen, C. C. Sliter, y. Whirr 148-Frank White, from Div. 50.

and M. V. Felt, from Div. 31. 78–J.S. Woodward, from Div. 239.

Charles Deane, from Div. 69. 34—Simeon Wiser, from Div. 36.

H. I. Phipps, from Div. 3. 232-William Liel, and John J. Brown.

J. D. Cook, from Diy. 148. 11-W. H. Loomls, from Div. 207.

W. J. Pierce, from Div. 186. 201--W. S. Criss.

251—Frank McColgan, from Diy. 234. 112A. G. Cummings, from Div. 151.

187–C. M. Miller, from Div. 201. 282-S. W. Leagett, A. Stewart, J. C. Smith,

C. M. Brown, from Div. 127.
George Williams, A. M. Carothers, 28-A. Harrison, from Div. 110.
E. W. Parks and John Morrow, 261-Ed. Horan, from Div. 232.
from Div. 29.

Charles Paull, from Div. 222.
W. T. Leavitt, and T. B. Peoples, from 148-F. White, from Div. 50.
Div. 261.

176-A. L. Waite, from Div. 96. 280 --William Cramer, and C. H. Elliott, 198—C. C. Hafer, from Dir. 148. from Div. 7.

W. H. Archery, from Diy. 129. 134-George Hastings, from Div. 92.

B. P. Gilman, from Div. 150. 270--Edward Butler, from Div. 34.

WITHDRAWALS. 283-A. D. Cushing, L. C. Kerr, E. F. Ingles, Prom Division

Wm. Gilstrap, Wm. Bradley, c. w. 176-L. H. Gray, to join Div. 219.
Pinkerton, E. H. Littlejohn, Isaiah 54-John Cassidy, to join Diy. 235.
Jordan, Peter Wilbert, George Her- 201-T. D. Harris, to join elsewhere.
riott, R. W. Gray and Emile Frick, 132-D. H. Connors, to join Div. 4.
from Div. 161.

38—W. A. Brown, to join Diy. 269.

89-John Ryan and B. Phillips, to join Div 88-J. E. Ferguson, to join Div. 159. 118.

29-A. M. Carrothers, John Morrow, A. G. J. O. Hebert, I. H. Demarias and H.

Stewart, E. W. Parks, S. W. Liggitt, Dodd, to join Div. 168.

J, C. Smith and George Williams, to Joseph Paulett, to join elsewhere.

join Diy. 282.
195-Jas .Burke, Fred Leonberger, John E. 129-W. H. Achey, to join elsewhere.

Leonberger, Fred Case, Ed. Hunt. 232—W.0. Taylor, to join elsewhere.
ington, James McQuay, A. Garlick, 20_James M. Rodenberg, to join Div. 12.
James Kilmartin, M. J, Weaver, 8-W. Herrimad, to join Diy, 81.
Charles Conivan, Charles Clarkson 139-W. F. Winters, to join elsewhere.

and Chas. Barrett, to join Div. 279. 250—Jerry W. Stine, final.
169-George Herriott, 'E. Frick, 1. Jordan, 242-W.S. Criss, to join Div. 201.

R. W Gray, E. F. Ingles, P. Wil- 222–J. G. Oram and Charles Paull, to joim
bert, Wm. Bradley, A. D. Cushing,

Diy. 261,
Isaiah Jordan, William Pinkerton, 167-H. Holler, to join Div. 12.
L. C. Kerr, E. H. Littlejohn and

Wm. Gilstrap, to join Diy. 283. 134-Maurice Moore, final.

SUSPENDED. A. B. Lester, to join Div. 251.

From Division95-C. Sweetman, final.

214-W. C. Logan, for six months, for unbe71-Jacob G. Frear, to join Div. 45.

coming conduct, 150-George E. Osgood, final.

169-Alfred E Lewis, for ten months, fur John T. Clayton, George H. Robinette,

drunkenness and unbecoming conPatrick Flannery and A. A. Thomas,

duct. to join Div. 284.

98- A. Savage, for three months, for unbe78-L. R. Clemerson, to join Div. 274.

coming conduct. J. W. Luttrell, final.

21—Thomas Farr, for three months, for 99H. A. Easton and P. E. Brittingham, to

non-payment of dues. join elsewhere. J. A. Fetner, to join Div. 267. 9-Wm. McIntosh, final.

RE-INSTATED. 166–M. Holterman, George Snow, A. Pol- Into Division

heymus, W. C. Warner, G. Carpen- 34-Henry Barnett.
ter, A. Smith, N. Johnson, C. S.

45—Daniel Gorman,
Thomas, E. T. Varnes, Joseph Rib- 30–Peter Styres.
ble, S. Coleman, G. H. Lutz, J. J. 34-A. A. Wilkerson and Henry Baruett.
Duffy, E. Hanley, T. Coleman, J. 271—M. F. Peterson.
Whittaker, J. Hobbs, C. Ashelman, 173- Frank Stoll.
W. Canning, G. Laris, G. A. Smith, 42–J. A. Kingdon.
W. B. Smith, G. Veal, A, Decker, C. 137-John O'Neill.
Horn, J. Troch, D. Johnson, J. 103- Robert Miller.
Smith, J. O'Hara, V. Butler, F. W.

8~H. Leavitt.
Oram, J. Shaffer, W. Seeley, W. 166-D. C. Benscoter, T. L. Utley, P. R. Van:
Nape, S. Nape, G. Nape, R. Nape,

Demark and Charles Culver.
W. G. Fisher, E. Parmeter, J. Jack-

143-Wm. Preston.
son, Ed. Hand, J. Joyce, S. Steele, 30-0 S. Roberts.
W. C. Stelter, F. Rinker, J. Edinger,

39–F. M Byrd. W.H. Goodenhall and F. D. Cramer, 89-Joseph Paulett. to join Div. 276.

95-Wm. Gaylord. Charles Swallow, to join Div. 263.

284-John Smith, Wm. W'illhide and John Fred Gorbam and Samuel Kendall, to

Cummings join elsewhere.

148–J. Hooper. 36-Simon Wise, to join Div. 34. 27-Wm. E. Hoyt, to join elsewhere.

EXPULSIONS. 143—Wm. Preston, to join elsewhere. 144-S. J. Prentiss, to join elsewhere.

From Division101—W. N. Shepard, to join Div. 219.

58—M. Orsburnlighter, for violating his C. I. Devine.

obligation. 11--C. W. Cole, to join Div. 143.

52—Wm. H. Cross, for using traveling card W. C. Shurtleff, to join Div. 280.

while under suspension. C. H. Elms, to join elsewhere.

M. J. Royal, for unbecoming conduct. 149-Wm. Walsh, to join elsewhere.

139—A. O. Woodworth, for unbecoming 102–J. W. Holmes, to join elsewhere.

conduct. 273-C. C Sliter, to join Div. 273.

216–E. White, for drunkenness. 251-Wm. T. Leavitt and Thomas Peoples, 28-Cole McCullougb, for fraud. to join elsewhere.

148—Samuel F. Scott, for non-payment of 187-James Garvin and J H. McNeill, to

dues. join Diy. 234.

240-R. McFadden, for unbecoming conE. H. Martin, to join Diy. 261.

duct. 28–Harry Palmer, James Watson, J. Cra- 169-Henry Milligan, for defrauding his mer and E. Farquar, to join else

Division where

168-L. Dutil, for non-payment of dues. 173–S. H. Storey, to join Div. 43.

95-A. W. Kirkwood, for violating Art. V, A. H. Parsons, to join Div. 223.

Sec. 4, of By-Laws.
C. N. Kimball, to join Diy. 273.

98-Wm. Dench, for drunkenness. 42-Joseph Thorp and Peter Ryan, to join 244-0. L. Baker, for being engaged in the Div. 49.

sale of liquor. J. C. Patterson and C. Lett, to join Div. 233—Richard Lakeman, for unbecoming 231.

conduct and violating his obliga103—Larry Bergen, to join elsewhere.

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13_NORTH LA CROSSE, WI8., meets first and third

Sundays, at 2 p. m., in odd Fellows' Hall. Addresses are same as location of Division unless | F.MCSORLEY, 'F.A.E.

JOHN R. HODG EB, C. E..... Box 85 Portage, W18. otherwise noted.

JAR. MCLINDON, Sec. of Ins
CHAS. WHITING, Cor. Sec.......Box 168 Wells, Minn.

L-DETROIT, MICH., meets first and third Sundays, 14-UTICA, N. Y., meets Orst Monday and third

at 2 p. m., at room 28, Merrill Block, cor. Jeffer Sunday of each month, at 3:30 p.m., in Bradish son and Woodward avenues.

Block. J. MCMINN, C. E.... .895 Fort st. Eant. JAS. JACOBS, C. E....

...104 Broad sc. HARRY HAYS, F. A. E. and Sec. of Ing., Box 129 10- M. J. CARROLL, F. A. E. and Sec. of Ins..84 Main stas nia, Mich.

Utica, N. Y. J. SEAGROVE, Cor. Sec.......... ...388 Fort st. East.

M. RICKARD, Cor. Sec....

1.2 Taylor ave.

CHAS. B. CARROLL, Journal Agent .....100 Broad st. 2-JACKSON, MICH., meets alternate Sundays, at

2:30 p. m., commencing May 24, at 235 E. Main Bt. 15-BUFFALO, N. Y., meets every Monday evening J, H. BAILEY, C. E.

Adrian av.

at 412 So. Division Bt., corner Hickory. F. E. DILLA, F. A. E. and Jour. Agt., 1010 E. Main st.


443 Swan st. JAS. WINNEY, Sec of Ins...

JOHN H. HORNER, F. A. E. & Sec. of Ins.453 Swan st.

WM. ALDRICH, Journal Agent......183 Jetterson st, 3--COLLINWOOD 0., meets at Engineers' Hall, alternate Tuesday evenings.

16--GALION, O., meets every Monday evening, in C. C. HASKINS, C. E. and Sec. of Ins

.Box 85 Engineers' Hall, 29 East Main st. JOAN BAIRD, F. A. E..

PETER MENSER, C. E.. A. TYLER, and w, T. COLTER, Journal Agents A. W. LOGAN, F. A. E. and Sec. of Ips., Journal


.Box 754 4-CORN CITY, AT TOLEDO, O., meets every Tues

day, at 8 p. m., in Chamberlin Block, Broadway, 17-STANBERRY, MO., meets every Sunday at 9:30 entrance on Segur av, commencing Nov. 7.

a. m., in Odd Fellows' Hall, cor. 12th & Park Bts. E. C. WATSON, C. E..

..Knower st.

J. D. RAIKS, C. E.. JOHN H. MACK, F. A. E. and Sec. of Insurance, East


Box 226
Toledo, 0.

JOHN C. EAGEN, Sec. of Ins
J. E. MACK, East Toledo, O. and N. A. ANGELL,
Box 295, Elkhart, Ind., Journal Agents.

18-ROCHESTER, N. Y., meets every Monday eve.,

in Carter Block, cor. Church and State sts. M. J. LYNN, C.E.

35 Genesee st. 5-ORANGE GROVE, AT LOS ANGELES, CAL., meets second and fourth Mondays in Engineers' | CHAS. THOMAS, Cor. Sec...


over 63 East Main st.

40 Gorham st. Hall.

LEVI LEWIS, Sec. of Ins.... 164 7th st., Boffalo, N. Y. JOAN T. KEARNEY, C.E..

Box 1131 C. A. VOGELSANG, F. A. E.

..Box 1131 R. R. BRADLEY, Sec. of Ins......... San Pedro, Cal.

19-BLOOMINGTON, ILL., meets every 2d and 4th JOAN KEARNEY, Journal Agent

Saturday in the month, in Engineers' Hall, over

People's Bank. 6-MONTANA, AT BOONE, IOWA, meets every

A. D. CLARA, C. E.......

913 W. Mulberry st. Saturday evening at Engineers' Hall, Story st.

P.J. DAGENHART, F. A. E.......821 W. Jefferson st. E. MCCORMACK, C. E...

Box 106

W. B. HUSKEY, Journal Agent GEO. L. HARNER, F. A. E

Box 476 F. G. ONGLEY, Sec. of Ing... ....510 E. Chestnut st. C. L. BLACK, Sec. of Ins... T, S. HERRON, Journal Agent.

20-LOGAN, AT LOGANSPORT, IND., meets altern

ate Sundays, at 10 a. m., cor. 12th and Spear st. 7-LAFAYETTE, IND,, meets every Sunday, at 2:30 CHAS. F. BEAY, C. E .... p. m., in Engineers' Hall, cor. Fourth and Ferry.


.L. Box 521 JOHN B. WHITSITT, C.E. 190 South Third st. S. W. CURTISS, Sec, of Ins.

Box Τι ED. LONG, F. A. E. and Sec. of Ins......156 North st.

M. W.JAMESON, Cor. Sec

L. Box 521


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8-MEXICO, AT SLATER, MO., meets at Odd Fel- 21-MEMPHIS, TENX., meets first and third Sunlows' Hall, first and third Sundays.

days of each month, at 2 p. m., 298 Second st. J. P. TIGHE, C. E. and Sec. of Ins..


L. & N, shops. A. B. DAVIS, F. A. E....... ..,Box 131 | H. KISTNER, F. 8. E...

M. & C. shops,

J. H. BUCKALEW, Sec. of Ins. 9-WASECA, MINN., meets second and fourth Sundays of each month, over Hardin & Co.'s Bank, 22-CAMDEN, N. J., meets 20 and 4th Sundays at

at 2 p. m.
T. W. BANNISTER, C. E......

1:30 p. m., Engineer's Hall, 139 Federal st.
Winona, Minn,

424 Mickle st. C.F. DENSEL, F. Á. E. and Sec. of Ins.......Box 163,

L. H. ARCHER, F. A. E...

4 Hudson st, Tracy, Minn.

R. GAUNTT, Sec. of Ins

323 Mickle st. L. C. HACKEY, Journal Agent

T. W, SMITH, Cor. Sec, & Jour. Agt..524 Benson st.

10-CHICAGO, ILL., meets alternate Saturdays,

commencing Dec, 6, 1884, at Masonic Hall 144 snd

146 22d street. WM. T.PERRY, C. E

1228 Indiana av. M. H. KEMPTON, F. A. E......2406 Cottage Grove av. R. W. ORMSBY, Sec of Ing. 1629 Dearborn st. H. L. SEAVER, Jour. Agt..

1228 Indians ave. J, GLOVER, Cor. Sec

23 SPRINGFIELD, ILL., meets 1st and 3d Satur days at 7:30 p. m., in Masonic Block, Monroe st.

bet. 6th and 7th, F. P, CLARK, C. E.

1111 South 7th st. G. F. W. SCHEVERS, F. A. E, and Sec. of Insurance

1129 E. Jeterson st.

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... 1307 South State st.

11-INDIANAPOLIS, IND., meets every Sunday at

2 o'clock, p. m., in Knight's of Honor Hall, cor.

Market and Delaware, over No. 5. W. W. REVEL, C. E...

.99 S. Arsenal ave. SAMUEL C. SEATON, F. A. E....76 E. Washington st. FRED KLINE, Sec. of Ins..., .530 E. Georgia st.

24-CENTRALIA, ILL., meets every Sunday at 10 a.

m., on Locust st. C.C. JONES, C. E...

.Box 268 M. B. WILLARD, F. A.E.

Box 266 JAS. MCFAIL, Sec. of Ins

12-FORT WAYNE IND., meets every Saturday

evening, at their new hall, 140 Calhoun st. M. TEAGARDEN, C. E.

.175 W. Superior st. J. W. ORR, F. A. E.

..28 Butler st. Ww. B. MCPHAIL, Sec. of Ins....

.38 5th st.

25-TERRE HAUTE, IND., meets 1st Monday and 3d

Saturday at 7:30 p. m., over Drug-store, corner

of Main and 7th sts. OSCAR REYNOLDS, C. E..

1337 Liberty st. GEO. W. HOWARD, F. A, E.

969 Poplar st. W.E. MILLER, Sec. of Ins

.506 N. 9th st. ton, Del C. B. SMALES, Sec. of Ins..

26–RICHMOND, VA., meets 1st and 3d Sundays, at 39-SEYMOUR, IND.. meets Monday following 1st

2 p. m., in Druid's Hall,.cor. Main and 17th sts. and 3d Sunday, at 7 p. m., Odd Fellows' Hall. J. W.KENDALL, C. E., R.&D. shops. Manchester, Va. J. G. PRICE, C. E.

Box 220 C. EASTMAN, F. A, E........

WM. Cox, F. A. E.....

Box 235 M. H. PENINGTON, Sec. of Ins... 2015 Venable st. JOHN T. DANVER, Sec. of Ins..

.Box 285 0. D. SEAG, Journal Agent... .......112 20th st.

40 PORTLAND, MAINE, meets2d and 4th Sundays, 27-RACINE, AT FREEPORT, ILL, meets 1st and 3d at 12:30 p. m. Sundays in each month in Carcher's Block, cor. L. H. Foss, C.E.

.Maine Central Depot. Van Buren and Stephenson sts.

GEO. C. COBB, F. A. E.

49 St. Lawrence st. CHARLES MENZIE, C. E Box 1347 A. WEBSTER, Journal Agent

..196 Emery st. J.J. HENSING, F. A. E..... Box 1170 R. G. HILBORN, Sec. of Ins.

87 Howard st. H.C. HAGEDORN, Sec. of Ins..

Box 1594

41--ELMIRA, N. Y., meets 1st and 3d Sundays, at 9 28-TUCSON, ARIZONA TER., meets 1st and 3d p. m., at Odd Fellows' Hall, Water st.

Sundays of each month, in Odd Fellows' Hall, JOHN FINLAY, C. E. and Jour. Agt..509 Franklin st. cor, Church st. and Maiden Lane, at 10 a. m. G. H. MORGAN, F. A. E. and Sec. of Ins....524 JefferCHARLES NEIL, C. E..

Box 88

son av. L. J. MARTIN, F. A.E.

WM. U'NIELL, Cor. Seo ...

657 Magee st. D. T. BRIGGS, Sec. of Ins.


and 3d Sundays. at La Fayette and S. 8th sts. meets every Sunday, at 3p.m., at Engineers' Hall. D. MCPHERSON, C. E.....Station B, S. St. Louis, MO. J. E. MILES, C. E. and Sec. of Ins... ...L. Box 94 J. MATTIS, F. A. E.....

2826 Bismarck st. J. W. TAMPLIN, F. A. E... .L. Box 94 W.J WETTON, Sec. of Ins

Station B J. G. KNEBEL, Journal Agent.

L. Box 894

43-MEADVILLE, PA., meets in K. of P. Hall, Craw. 30-PHILLIPSBURG, N.J., meets at 1p.m., the first ford's Block, every Monday, at 3 p. m. and third Sufidays of each month, over Phillips- R. M. ARNOLD, C. E......

Box 26 burg National Bank,

W. S. MURRAY, F. A. E. and Sec. of Ins..... Box 1624 JAMES FLOOD, C. E...

153 Canal st. JACOB RUSTAY, F. A. E

...L. Box 21 | 44–WYOMING, AT RAWLINS, WY. TER., meets CHAS. G. PERDOE, Sec. of Ins.

.242 Brainerd J. WILDONER, Jour. Agt....

every Thursday at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Hall. J. F. HITTLE, C. E and Sec. of Ins..

Box 191 D. E. SULLIVAN, F. A, E.....

.Box 222 31-CLEVELAND, O., meets at Heller's Hall, Onta- P. SMITH. Journal Agent..

rio street, alternate Sundays, at 1 p. m. JAMES WALSH, C. E. and Jour. Agt., 232 Bridge st. JAMES E. KELLEY, F. A. E...

45.-WEST PHILADELPHIA, PA., meets every at

79 Carroll st A. SAWYER, Sec. of Ins....

.411 Lake st

ternate Sunday, at 2 p. m., at 601 N. 40th st. Jos. KILLEY, C.E.

710 No. 39th st. E. W. KILLEY, F. A. E.

4021 Reno st. 32-AURORA, ILL., meets every alternate Sunday, B. F. KENNEDY, Sec. of Ins. and Journal Agent...

commencing Feb. 1, 1885, over 8 and 10 Broadway 3826Fairmount ave. L. H. ISBELL, C. E. Box 528 G. KNOWLES, Cor. Sec....

3722 Wallace st. GEO. MINOTT, F. A. E.

..L. Box 281 A. E. COON, Sec. of Ins.

Box 1036 A. L. WHEELER, Cor. Sec..

46-ALBANY, N. Y., meets every Wednesday even C. C. DEAN, Journal Agent..

.Box 1375 ing, at Odd Fellows' Hall, 23 Green st.

91% Hudson av. 33-BATTLE CREEK, MICH., meets 1st and 3a E. OSTRANDER, Jr., F. A. E..... Round House, West

Sunday at 2 p. m., at 2:00 p. m., in Whitcomb's Jas. JONES, Sec. of Ins...
Block, Jefferson st.

22 Hunter av. Jog. HENRY, C. E... .. Box 916 A. SPENCER, Journal Agent..

::.622 Central ave. C. B. CONGER, F. A. E ...Port Huron, Mich., Box 353 J. R. BLEWER, Cor. Sec..... GEO. E. REED, Cor. Sec... GEO. H. SHEPARD, Sec. of Ins

Box 1760 47--HORNELLSVILLE, N. Y. meets alterna e Wed. J. D. MALONEY Journal Agent.

nesday evenings, corner Main and Church sts, WM. R. MARTIN, C. E.....

..Box 956 34-LITTLE MIAMI, AT COLUMBUS, O., meets 1st J. K. CHAPMAN, F. A. E..

..Box 80 and 3d Sundays at 7 p. m., in Miller's Block,

JOHN DUNOVAN, Sec. of Ins. and Jour. Agt. Box 105 B. D. GOODELL, C. E

.. 62 Lincoln st. W. E. FISHER, F. A.E.

.103 Vine st. JOHN CASSEL, Sec. of Ins..........152 West 1st ave.

48-ST. LOUIS, MO., meets 1st and 3d Sundays in

each month, at No. 2847 Chateau ave. 35--LEXINGTON, AT LUDLOW, KY., meets 2d and


.2335 Rutger st. 4th Sundays at 1:30 p. m. each month, in I. O.O.F.

R.M. NAUGHTON, F.A.E. & Jour. Agt.. 706 Tayon av. Hall.

GEO. J. TYRRELL, Sec. of Ins...... 1704 Chestnut st JAMES SOMMERS, C. E... P. H. SCHREBER, T. A. E,

Box 17 49-ST. CLAIR, AT EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL., meet R. A, BLACK, Cor. Sec

Covington, Ky. 1st and 3d Sundays in each month. E. J. DROHAN, Sec. of Ins and Jour. Agent.. Box 55 M. KREWSON, C. E..

GORDON C. ROSE, F. A. E 36-NEWARK, O., meets every Sunday at 3 p. m., M. M. STEPHENS, Sec. of Ins........4th Ward House.

in Knights of Labor Hall, south side Park. HUGE FITZPATRICK, C.E...

50–CONNELLSVILLE, PA., meets alternate SULJOHN GORBY, F. A. E...

.Box 226

days, at 2 p. m., at Conn Hall, cor. of Pittsburgh N. CRISWELL, Sec. of Ins. and Jour. Agt.

and Peach. H. LONGSHORE, Cor. Sec.....

WM. NICHOLSON, C. E.. B. &0. shops, 23d ward, 37-MATTOON. ILL., meets every Sunday at 3 p. m.

Glenwood, Pittsburgh, Pa. in Hinckle's Block, W. Broadway.

G. W. MCCARTNEY, F. A. E. and Journal Agent

Box 53. A. M, KIMBALL, C. E..

Box 999

B, C. TAYLOR, Sec. of Ins....... W. S. WHITE, F. A. E. and Sec. of Ins. Box 932 W. HUNTSBURGER, Cor. Sec.. F. &, SAUNK and W. BOSLEY, Journal Agents... 51-PHILADELPHIA, PA., meets 1st and 3d Sunday

. in each month, at 10 a. II., at Gen. Robt. Pat88-STAUNTON, AT CLIFTON FORGE, VA., meets terson's Hall, Broad st. Dear Ellsworth. 1st and 3d Sundays at 2 p. m., in Masonic Hall. A.S. WARD, C.E....

.1733 Ellsworth st. J.H. BUTTERS, C. E Clifton Forge, Va,, Box 7 W. C. ROBERTS, F. A. E. 100 S. Annst. Baltimore, Md Jos. A. TABLER, F. A. E.....

Box 39 L. D. TUFTS, Sec. of Ins. P. W. & B. R. R., Wilming R. I. SWEETWOOD, Jour. Agent..Clifton Forge, Va.

....L, Box 79 C G. Fox, Jour Ag 04 Preston st. Baltimore, Md


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