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LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS' MUTUAL LIFE notice, and the Secretaries to the General Secretary within ten days thereafter, on penalty of forfeiting their membership, failing to do so. Yours, etc.,
INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. CLEVELAND, O., Oct. 81, 1886. ASSESSMENT NOTICES NOS. 758, 759, 760, 761, 762, 768, AND 764.
To the Secretary and Treasurer of Division No.You are hereby notified of the death of the following members of this Association, and ordered to collect an assessment of one dollar for the payment of each of the following claims from all who were members of this Association at the time these deaths occurred.
ASSESSMENT No. 758.
September 19, 1886. Brother JAMES T. JORDAN, of Lexington Division No. 35. Admitted March 28, 1883. Died from injuries received in a collision. Insurance payable to MRS. ELLEN JORDAN.
ASSESSMENT No. 759.
September 26, 1836. Brother LEONARD HAM, of Rochester Division No. 18. Admitted July 1, 1869. Died of general debility. In surance payable to MARY M. HAM.
ASSESSMENT No. 760.
September 28, 1886. Brother HARRISON DAVIS, of Los Angelos Division No. 5. Admitted November 20, 1855. Died from the effects of injuries received by his engine overturning. Insurance payable to MRS. MARTHA Davis.
ASSESSMENT No. 761.
October 10, 1886. Brother CHARLES HILL, of Little Rock Division No. 182. Admitted April 9, 1885. Died of abscess of the liver. Insurance payable to MRS. CHARLES HILL.
ASSESSMENT No. 762.
October 12, 1886. Brother CHARLES W. SILLOWAY, of Troy Division No. 87. Admitted May 25, 1868. Died from rheumatism of the heart. Insurance payable to MRS. CLARA M. SILLOWAY.
ASSESSMENT No. 763.
October 23, 1886. Bro. WILLIAM HAINES, of Carondelet Division No. 42. Admitted December 1, 1869. Loss of eyesight. Insurance payable to WILLIAM HAINES.
ASSESSMENT No. 764.
October 23, 1886. Brother CHARLES BAIRD, of Utica Division No. 14. Admitted September 21, 1869. Loss of eyesight. Insurance payable to CHARLES BAIRD.
NOTE-Assessments Nos. 758 and 759 will be paid from the surplus. Secretaries will collect for five.
Assessable members, 4,445.
An assessment of one dollar per member for the payment of each of the above claims is hereby ordered to be collected and forwarded to the General Secretary within thirty days from date of notice.
Members of the Insurance will remit to their Secretary within thirty days from date of this
T. S. INGRAHAM, Gen'l Sec. P. M. ARTHUR, President.
CLEVELAND, O., Sept. 30, 1886. Expressions of regret at the resignation of Mr. George W. Lowe, the late Master Mechanic of the Mahoning Div. of the N. Y. P. & O. are universal among the men with whom he was associated in a business way. Although Mr. Lowe had charge of the shops only two months, he succeeded during that time in winning the highest regard of his men by his uniform courteous treatment. Mr. Lowe resided at Fort Wayne for a number of years previous to his acceptance of this position. He had practictically retired from active service. and was loath at the time to resume an active railroad life. His resignation was purely voluntary, and he will return to Fort Wayne, where his family resides. Thirty years ago Mr. Lowe was employed in the Cuyahoga Locomotive Works of Cleveland. Later he was foreman of the Allegheny Shops of Pittsburgh, and after running for a time as engineer on the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago road, became Master Mechanic of the shops at Crestline. He then accepted a position as Master Mechanic of the Chicago & Northwestern shops at Clinton, Ia.. and was there for a number of years. His connection with the Nypano has been brief, but he leaves hosts of friends here who will remember him in all kindness and esteem.
The Engineers of Mahoning Division of the N. Y. P. & O. R. R., adopted the following resolutions:
Resolved, That it is with sincre regret that we learn of the resignation of Mr. George W. Lowe, our Master Mechanic. Although but a short time among us, he has by just and courthe engineers on the Mahoning Division N. Y. teous dealing, won the esteem and good will of P. & O. K. R., and by his universal kindness to all, and his straightforward, gentlemanly business manner, established for himself a warm place in the hearts of all employes in the moBe it further tive power department of Mahoning Division.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be printed in the ENGINEERS' JOURNAL, and a certified copy be sent to Mr. Lowe's address. ENGINEERS MAHONING DIV. N. Y. P. & O. R. R.
ADMITTED BY CARD.
273-W. F. Wright, from Div. 143. 315-C. A. French, from Div. 41. 210-D P. Caronyhi, from Div. 101. 29-Oscar Valentine, from Div. 32.
207-P. J. McCormack, from Div. 101. Samuel Smith, from Div 153. Joseph Raymond, from Div. 281. W. T. Hamar, from Div. 101. 281-Terry Smith, from Div. 86.
B. J. Cummisky, from Div. 193. Harry V. Wilkins, from Div. 223. 106-H. H. Parker, from Div. 60. 276-Jacob Christ, from Div. 288. 206-G. T. Carr, from Div. 47.
B. G. Harris, from Div. 242. 95-G. W. Kirlin, from Div. 198 45-L. M. Filbert, from Div. 104. 314-W. J. Morris, from Div. 265. 266-J. H. Kelley, from Div. 173. 293-Louis Malone, from Div. 170.
J. B. Rambo, from Div. 148. 145-F. F. Miller, from Div. 205.
H. I. Hedden, from Div. 105. Wm. Upson, from Div. 18. 818-J. J. McEally, from 175. 304-George Pierce, from Div. 2. 100-F. A. Cook, from Div. 16.
18-H H. B. Graves, from Div. 106. 282-James Whaley, from Div. 29. 162-Robert Dunbar, from Div. 76. 167-W. D. Sellers, from Div. 74.
4-J. Polite, from Div. 31. 153-F. R. Mills, from Div. 225. 105-Andy Regan, from Div. 46.
J. P. Healy, from Div. 235. J. W. Cartwright, from Div. 145. Wm. Darnell, from Div. 10. 258-Wm. Miller, from Div. 51. 240-R. Turner, from Div. 15. 49-Henry Ash, from Div. 208. 210-H. F. Stanfield, from Div 129.
74-W. D. Sellers, to join Div. 167. 24-E. D. Morris, to join Div. 123. 70—George Elliott and Robert Mee, to join
144-S. A. Hunt, to join Div. 80. 210-C. E. Pyron, to join Div. 207. 281-A. J. Raymond, to join Div. 207. 106—H. B. Graves, to join Div. 18. 128-G. D. Mack, to join elsewhere. 182-G. W. Vansickle, to join Div. 139. C. A. Robinson, to join Div. 216. 46-Anthony Regan, to join Div. 105. 176-A. P. Howe, to join elsewhere. 287-Wm. M. Kauffman, to join Div. 74. 47-Geo. P. Carr and Ira Dunning, to join elsewhere.
266-A. Amons, J. C. Madden and D. S. R. Jones, to join elsewhere. 29-James Whaley, to join Div. 282. 199-Geo. R. Wales, to join elsewhere. 235-J. P. Healey, to join elsewhere. 205-Charles E. Perley, to join Div. 244. 129-Hyden Stamfield, to join Div. 210. 226-E. S. Wells, final.
J. A. Trusty, to join Div. 203. 71-I. C. Shute, to join Div. 22. 162-P Robertson, to join Div. 76.
15-0. W. Brooks, to join Div. 298. 192-Charles G. Ault, to join Div. 161. 134-W. H. Belt, to join elsewhere. 61-W. L. Barrett, to join Div. 5. 45-T. J. Chandler, to join elsewhere. 171-James Allen, to join Div. 299. 29-George E. Lent, final. 153-Samuel Smith and J. J. Jones, to join elsewhere.
2-George A. Pierce, to join Div. 304. J. W. Reading, to join Div. 286. 184-C. O. Needham, to join Div. 228. 288-I. Ackerman, to join Div. 169.
237—J. D. Bruce.
49-Alonzo Coral and Wm. Roper. 71-Isaac C. Shute.
287-J. M. Burley and Jos. Reed.
47-Henry V. Trask.
244-A. J. Goble.
293-Wm. Jordan, M. Nelson and Robert
71-Wm Richardson. 15-0. W. Brooks.
195-J. W. Daily. 192-Walter Leighton. 293-M. V. Miller and D. O. Mason. 278-John Cunio.
137-John E. Hawley, for contempt of Division and non-payment of dues. 112-T. W. Newell, for non-payment of
dues. 156-Thomas Jeffers, for violating Sec. 3 of Art. III. 24-George N. Sceets, for non payment of dues.
162-Wm. D. Martin and George B. Storey, for non-payment of dues and nonattendance. 249-Thos. Doner, for being drunk on duty. 73-T. F. Rathbun, for non-attendance. 144—A. J. Dalton and P. K. Dealy, for nonpayment of dues.
203-R. A. Nichols, for slandering a Brother. 218-F. B. Jones, for drunkenness and unbecoming conduct. 301-O. P. Woodson, for non-payment of dues.
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J, P. TIGHE, Sec. of Ins..
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8-MEXICO, AT SLATER, MO., meets at Odd Fel- 22-CAMDEN, N. J., meets second and 4th Sundays lows' Hall, first and third Sundays. at 1:30 p. m., and third Friday evenings at 8 p. m.,
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at Engineer's Hall, 139 Federal street. LEWIS ELBERSON, C. E...
.24 South 3d st. T. W. SMITH, F. A. E. and Jour. Agt...524 Benson st. R. GAUNTT, Sec. of Ins.... .323 Mickle st.
44 Concord av. ...65 Jones av.
.40 Gorham st. 490 St. Paul st.
23 SPRINGFIELD, ILL., meets first Saturday and third Friday at 7:30 p. m., in Engineers' Hall, 217 South 5th street.
F. P. CLARK, C. E. and Jour. Agt...1111 South 7th st.
| 24-CENTRALIA, ILL, meets every Sunday, at 10 a.
25-TERRE HAUTE, IND., meets first Monday at 7:30
26-RICHMOND, VA., meets first and 3d Sundays at
C. EASTMAN, F. A. E.......
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33-BATTLE CREEK, MICH., meets first and third
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35-LEXINGTON, AT LUDLOW, KY., meets second and fourth Sundays at 1:30 p. m. each month, in I. O. O. Hall.
611 South Front st. 325 John st. ..152 West First av.
36-NEWARK, O., meets every Sunday at 3 p. m., in Knight's of Labor Hall, south side Park.
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39-SEYMOUR, IND., meets second and fourth Mondays at 7:30 p, m., Odd Fellows' Hall.
W. N. Cox, C. E.......
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40-PORTLAND, MAINE, meets second and fourth
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46-ALBANY, N. Y., meets every second and fourth Thursday at 480 Broadway. WM. BOLSTER, C. E.............. 34-LITTLE MIAMI, AT COLUMBUS, O., meets first EDWARD LYONS, F. A. E.
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and third Sundays at 7 p, m., Miller's Block.
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42-CARONDELET, AT ST. LOUIS, MO., meets at
310 Franklin st.
43-MEADVILLE, PA., meets in Royal Arcanum
GEO. W. ARMSTRONG, F. A. E...............
J. A. WILLIAMS, Sec. of Ins..Bx 207, Salamanca, N. Y.
6305 Virginia av.,
44-WYOMING, AT RAWLINS, WY. TER., meets
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37—MATTOON, ILL., meets every Sunday at 3 p. m., | M. M. STEPHENS, Sec. of Ins. and Jour. Agt....... in Hinckle's Block, W. Broadway.
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48-ST. LOUIS, MO., meets first and third Sundays in each month, at No. 2847 Chateau av.
H. A. WALTERS, C. E...
R. M. NAUGHTON, F. A. E. & Jour. Agt..706 So. 18th st.
49-ST. CLAIR, AT EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL., meets first and third Sundays in each month, I. O, O. F. Hall.
38 STAUNTON, AT CLIFTON FORGE, VA., meets
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C. B. SMALES, Sec. of Ins....L. Box 79, Staunton, Va. 51-PHILADELPHIA, PA., meets first and third Sun-
..1838 Christian st. W. C. ROBERTS, F. A. E., 287 S. Ann st., Baltimore, Md. L. D. TUFTS, Sec. of Ins...P. W. & B. R. R., Wilmington, Del.
C. G. Fox, Jo. Agt. .204 E. Preston st., Baltimore, Md.
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.Box 932 50-CONNELLSVILLE, PA., meets alternate Sun
70—TORONTO, ONT., meets alternate Saturdays at 7p.m., commencing Nov. 6, 1880, at Occident Hall cor. Bathurst and Queen st.
GEO. MILLS, C. E. and Jour. Agt., 320 Queen st. East. JAS. CHRISTIE, F. A. E... ...68 Muter st, W. P. MARKS, Sec. of Ins., cor. Front & Draper sts. 71-PENN TREATY, AT PHILADELPHIA, PA., meets every alternate Sunday, at 2:00 p. m., at Straubmuller's Hall, York st., commencing September 6, 1885.
..2633 Emerald. M. LARKINS, C. E. D. H. FOWLER, F. A. E. Sec. of Ins., and Jour, Agt.
2163 York st. east of Trenton ave.
72-AMBOY, ILL., meets 2d and 4th Sundays, rt 3
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.512 Wilson st. .810 University st. .985 Johnson st. 407 Washington ave.
74-HARRISBURG, PA., meets 1st and 3d Sundays of each month, at new Hall, corner 3d and Broad sts., at 2 p. m.
J. J. STROH, C. E............
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Eagle House. 918 Cowden st. 645 Broad st. .1205 7th st.
75-READING, PA., meets 1st and 3d noons, at 2 o'clock, at 729 Penn st. HENRY C. SMITH, C. E... Wa, R. LEWIS, F. A. E. & Sec. of Ins. 720 Walnut st.
76-WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, meets 1st Monday at 8 p. m., and 3d Wednesday at 8 p. m., in Engineers' Hall, Main st. DERRICK MOORE, C, E..... 98 Logan st. S. W. MCKINNON, F. A. E.......... 20 Gwendoline st. GEO. T. HORTON, Sec. of Ins.. 148 Logan st. G. H. BAILEY and J. BROWNLEE, Jour. Agents.