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146, Charleston, S. C.--Ranty Woodell, reinstated.

188, Waco, Texas.-W. L. Adams, Lonnie Adams, expelled for violating the scale; J. B. Daniels, expelled for conduct unbecoming a union printer.

217, Swedish: Chicago, Ill. 1.-Hyalmer Ramsten, expelled for non-payment of dues.

270, New Castle, Pa., William A. Byan, suspended for non-payment of dues.

301, Richmond, Ind. --J. H. Livingstone, expelled for non-payment of dues.

313, Madison, Wis.--Otto Lenzer, reinstated.

APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP. 80, Kansas City, Mo.-Thos. Patton, age 25 years; worked at trade six years; learned trade in office of N. T. Gray, Riverside P. H., St. Louis, Mo.; worked on Sentinel and Tribune, Independence, Mo. Geo. Hoover, age 19 years; has worked at trade five years; worked at Burlingame, Kan., and John Morris's, Chicago; also in this city.

101, Columbia Washington, D. C.).—John E. Blue, E. Constantine, Thos. E. Morse, Robert T. Cooper, Geo. Geberich, Asa D. Roberds, S. A. Beadle ! reinstatement) and Perry T. Grimes,

103, Newark, N. J.-Arthur G. Mortimer, claims Toronto as his home; has lived in Buffalo for past nine months; never worked at business outside of Toronto and had no oppor. tunity to join union there.

133, London, Ont.-Geo. Wilkey, E. Humphrey. 166, Adrian, Mich.-R. R. Sargent.

19.), Paterson, N. J.-George Dutchess, Harry Leupton.

221, San Diego, Cal.-Chas. C. Corkhill, age 20; served apprenticeship in Los Angeles; seven years at business, has not formerly belonged to any union.

298, Massillon, Ohio-Chas. A. Noble, for apprentice membership.

300, Port Huron, Mich.-Wm. J. Sylvester, never worked in union town; Willis DeWitt, for reinstatement as apprentice member; worked in Toledo, Ohio, and Chicago, Ill., in the last four months at pressfeeding.

APPLICATIONS FOR PROVISIONAL MEM.

BERSHIP. Calgary, Alberta.–Mark A. Hodgkin; has worked in Detroit; made application there but left before petition was acted on.

REJECTIONS, SUSPENSIONS, EXPUL

SIONS AND REIXSTATEMENTS. 1, Minneapolis, Minn, ( Bindery Girls).- Miss Minnie Sandon, suspended for non-payment of dues.

14, Harrisburg, Pa.-H. W. Templar, reinstated.

30, St. Paul, Minn.-F. R. Atwood, R. D. Boyd, S. W. Boyd, C. J. Haber, Mrs. E. Johnson, C. B. Hebbinger, A. Paradis, M. H. Shelp, A. L. Zander, suspended for non-payment of dues.

38, Baltimore, Md. (Pressmen).-Chas. W. Feige, Max Wirsing, suspended for non-payment of dues.

47, New Haven, Conn.-John H. Austen, W'. G. Cox, Myron Dibble, Alex Hunter, Samuel Morris, Frank Werle, suspended for non-payment of dues.

66, Portland, Maine.- James Dixon, suspend. ed for non-payment of dues.

80, Kansas City, Mo.-C. D. Manlove, expelled for non-payment of dues.

103, Newark, N. J.-W. F. Campbell, William Crane, Philip Zusi, suspended for non-payment of dues.

ELECTIONS. Ashland, Wis. President, T. E. Doty; vicepresident, H. J. Lesperance; financial secretary, 0. N. Calef; recording and corresponding secretary, J. P. Fitzgerald; treasurer, W. I. McArthur; Sergeant-at-arms, Carl Harris; auditing committee, R. F. McMillan, H. J. Lesperance and Freem Smith.

Atlanta, Ga, - President, E. I.. Sutton; vicepresident, W. M. Hill; recording secretary, 0. C. Dilley; financial secretary, W. L. Skelton; treasurer, J. G. Woodward; trustees, M. M. Hill, E. L. Sutton, Ed M. Evans; delegates to federation of labor, J. J. Buckley, C. M. Tavlor, B. F. Barfield, W. A. Richards, 11. P. Blount, G. W. Gibbons,

Bay City, Mich. -- President, E. D. Morton; vice-president, Rob't Wise; recording secretary, M. Campion; financial secretary, W. J. Munley; treasurer, F. J. Wharton; sergeant-at-arms, W'm. Brennan; executive committee, E. D. Morton, Robert Wise, W. J. Munley, A. Beaudin, A. R. Ballamy; auditing committee, W. A. Clarke, A. R. Ballamy, W. J. Munley.

Durango, Colo. - President, C. E. Starr; vicepresident, E. A. Hillman; secretary, S. D. Wilson; treasurer, H. C. Wheeler,

Evansville, Ind. -- President, Geo. A. Naeter; vice-president, Wm. Jaus; secretary-treasurer, Will J. Rogers; sergeant-at-arms, Daniel Groves.

Hamilton, Ont.- President, Frank McKerlie; first vice-president, Edwin James; second vicepresident, George Henderson; secretary, John Burns; treasurer, David Hastings; sergeant-atarms, James Pierce; trustees, Joseph Robbins, A. Ram; auditors, H. Obermeyer, W.F. Scott, Sam Truman; delegates to trades and labor council, P. Obermever, H. Obermeyer, W. McAndew, D. Hastings, J. Burns.

Harrisburg, Pa.- President, Fred M. Tritle; vice-president, M. B. Ibach; recording secretary, Charles E. Ripper; corresponding secretary, E. B. Swayne; treasurer, Ralph Laverty; sergeantat-arms, F. X. Suter.

Jacksonville, Fla.- President, H. J. Wenzel; vice-president, W.S. Linton; financial secretary, Palmer Dennis; recording secretary, W. F. Jibb.

New Bedford, Mass. -- President, John McBride; vice-president, Harry Nickerson; secretary, Alex. H. Adams; treasurer, F. N. Hames; auditing committee, A. J. McFarland, J. T. Clarke, J. de Sauza; executive committee, J. T. Clarke, A. J. McFarland, J. de Sauza, R. Jackson, C. Wilde; sergeant-at-arms, Wm. F. Keane. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. REPORT OF EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FROM DECEM

BER 10 TO DECEMBER 25.

RECEIPTS. Dec. 10. Balance on hand.

$24,547 21 Dec. 25. Receipts to date

1,371 42 Total .

$25,918 63 EXPENDITURES. Dec. 12. St. Paul German-American No. 13. .. 10 00 12. Albany No. 4

141 50 12 C. B. Lahan, expenses to Milwaukee. 11 00 12. J. M. Lynch, balance exp. to Lockport. 8 68 13 Č. G. Wilkins, expenses to Pawtucket and Providence..

13 50 16. L. P. Negele, bal.exp. to Springfield, Mo. 23 20 17. Hugo Miller, expenses to Columbus . 14 10 18. E. E. Calhoon, expenses to Hamilton 13 05 18. P. J. Maas, expenses in Chicago and to Evansville

36 90 19. St. Paul German-American No. 13. : 24 00 21. Houston No. 87.

21 00 21. A. M. Butler, expenses to San Antonio. 46 35 23. H. S. Woodward, expenses in St. Paul. 33 27 Total...

$396 55

03, Toledo-For November

$36 75 66, Portland-For November.

20 00 69, Durango-For November.

2 71, Trenton-For November

30 00 75, Burlington-For December .

8 50 76, Terre Haute-For November.

11 00 80, Kansas City-For supplies.

2 30 For balance October and November

55 00 81, Bay City-For November

7 50 82, Colorado Springs—For November.

12 00 83, Hebrew-American-For October

16 00 For supplies

1 00 85, St. John-For November

10 00 86, Reading-For November

25 50 88, Hannibal-For September, October, Nov 17 50 89, Chattanooga-For November.

15 25 For card in Journal to November, 1896. 4 00 91, Toronto-For December.

99 50 For supplies

5 00 94, Hudson County-For November.

9 50 96, Glens Falls-For December

8 75 98, Brooklyn-For November.

32 00 100, Norwich-For November

9 00 101, Columbia-For November.

295 00 102, Ottawa-For November

49 50 103, Newark-For December.

47 00 104, Birmingham-For November.

21 25 For supplies

15 111, Knoxville-For November.

10 25 112, Scranton-For November.

24 00 113, Atchison-For November.

7 75 For supplies

50 114, Annapolis-For December.

2 50 115, Salt Lake-For November.

11 00 120, Lynn-For November.

4 00 122, Kalamazoo,For November.

11 00 For supplies ..

1 50 123, Wilmington-For November

8 75 124, Bloomington-For November.

14 50 125, Durham-For December.

4 50 126, Butte-For December .

10 50 For 25 copies Journal to November, 1896.

6 25 129, Hamilton-For December.

12 50 130, Halifax-For November.

22 25 131, The North-For November

2 00 133, London-For November.

15 50 For supplies.

50 134, Rutland-For November.

5 00 For 10 copies Journal to November, 1895.

2 50 135, Oneonta-For November

4 25 136, Duluth-For December

17 75 139, Bangor-For supplies.

2 15 For August, September, October, November. 21 00 141, Williamsport-For November.

15 25 146, Charleston-For November.

9 50 147, Ashland-For December.

3 00 148, Wichita-For November.

6 00 150, Elizabeth-For November.

8 50 154, Ann Arbor-For December

8 75 156, Aspen-For November. .

6 50 For supplies

15 157, Sunflower-For October

4 00 162 Jacksonville-For November .

14 00 164, Frankfort-For November.

4 00 168, Muskegon-For November

3 50 170, Tacoma-For November.

4 25 171, Ithaca-ForNovember.

5 00 172, San Antonio–For November

13 25 173, Dallas-For December.

30 25 174, Los Angeles-For November

32 50 For supplies

3 00 175, Pueblo-For December

4 50 176, Montreal-For November

24 50 181, Meadville-For November.

11 75 184, Wyoming-For November.

1 75 185, Bradford-For November .

13 50 For supplies.

65 188, Waco-For November.

4 25 189, Blue Grass-For November

13 50 190, Omaha-For November .

40 25 191, Winnipeg-For October and November. 36 50

REPORT OF SECRETARY-TREASURER.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., Dec. 25, 1895. To Subordinate Unions:

The following is a report of the receipts and expenditures from December 10 to date, and the accounts herewith presented should correspond with the books of the respective unions to which they are credited. Secretaries are requested to compare the accounts printed herein with their books, and should error or omission be found, notice of same should be promptly forwarded to this office.

RECEIPTS. December 10. Balance .

$46,819 27 1, Indianapolis-For November.

61 25 For supplies

3 00 For 200 copies Journal to December, 1895

12 50 2, Philadelphia-For November.

217 00 3, Cincinnati-For November

153 00 For supplies

3 00 5, Columbus-For November.

For supplies

For card in Journal to December, 1896. 7, Pittsburg-For November.

For supplies
195, Paterson-For December

8 50 196, Logansport-For supplies.

1 50 198, Fort Worth-For November, part December 11 00 For printing tribute to J. L. Duff.

1 40 202, Seattle-For November :

15 00 205, Jamestown-For November.

9 00 For supplies

3 00 206, Sedalia-For December

4 25 209, Lincoln-For November.

7 00 215, Decatur-For November.

9 25 218, Sioux Falls-For November.

9 75 221, San Diego-For November

5 25 For supplies

1 25

102 00 For supplies.

2 00 8, St. Louis-For November.

137 50 10, Louisville-For November

30 50 For supplies

1 50 12, Baltimore-For November

92 75 14, Harrisburg-For November.

20 00 16, Chicago-For November.

495 75 For supplies.

14 00 17, New Orleans-For November.

50 00 18, Detroit-For November.

66 50 For printing tribute to L. A. Brant

2 95 20, Nashville-For November.

33 00 21, San Francisco-For November

162 50 22 Dubuque-For November.

11 00 23, Cream City-For November.

19 75 For supplies

5 00 27, Mobile-For November

11 75 30, St. Paul-For November.

49 25 31, Santa Rosa-For November

2 00 32, Norfolk-For November.

12 50 34, Columbia-For supplies.

1 50 For September, October, November

44 00 35, Evansville-For November

16 25 42, Minneapolis-For balance November.

46 90 43, Charleston-For November

8 25 44, Rome-For November.

7 00 45, Leavenworth-For November, December. 13 75 47, New Haven-For November

11 25 48, Atlanta-For November.

10 00 For supplies

2 25 49, Denver-For November

65 75 For card in Journal to November, 1896. 6 00 50, Valley City-For November.

17 00 52, Troy–For December

24 75 58, Multnomah-For November.

21 00 59, Quincy-For December

15 50 For supplies

50 60, Roanoke-For November

6 50 61, Cambridge-For November

14 50 62 Utica-For November.

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$13 50 229, Crawfordsville-For November.

2 25 233, Niagara Falls-For November.

6 25 238, Steubenville-For December 240, Altoona-For September 245, Woonsocket-For November

10 247, Swedish (Chicago)-For December

10 00 For supplies

40 51, Muscatine-For November

4 00 For supplies

1 50 33, Holyoke-For November

6 75 34, Riverside-For November 356, Great Falls-For November

6 00 357, Green Bay-For December

2 00 280, Findley-For December ..

5 25 23, Asheville-For November.

3 75 2015, Ottawa-For November .

6 75 258, Fulton County-For November 270, New Castle-For Deceni ber

8.25 274, La Crosse-For November. 276, New Bedford-For November.

8 30 277, Missoula-For December 283, Oklahoma City-For November.

1 75 284, Anderson-For November.

5 25 286, Marion-For November.

7 50 287, Frankfort-For December.

4 75 233, Pensacola-For December.

1 75 208, Massillon-For supplies.

80 300, Port Huron-For November.

10 75 For supplies

15 301, Richmond-For November

5 00 302, Quebec-For November

1 00 304, Albuquerque-For December

13 20 For supplies ::

1 30 305, Newburgh-For November 306, Alton-For November.

For supplies 307, New Brunswick-For November

8 25 For supplies

1 35 308, Watertown-For November.

16 00 309, Scandinavian (N. Y.-Brooklyn)-For Nov. 311, Grand Forks-For November.

6 00 313, Madison-For December

For supplies 314, Meriden-For November 315, Poughkeepsie-For November 319, Fort Scott-For November. 3:20Oswego-For October 33, Hoboken-For November. 324 Racine-For November.

8 25 325, Cohoes-For December

6 23 GERMAN-AMERICAN UNIONS. 1, Philadelphia-For November.

18 00 2 Cincinnati-For November

17 50 3, St. Louis-For November.

20 00 4, Buffalo-For November.

3 25 5, Rochester-For November.

4 00 6, Cleveland-For November.

11 30 7, New York-For November

72 75 8, Newark-For November.

10 50 9, Chicago-For November.

28 75 10, Milwaukee-For November

17 23 11, Baltimore-For November.

11 23 12, Louisville-For November. 13, St. Paul-Minneapolis-For November.

3 23 14, Indianapolis-For November.

5 00 15, Evansville-For November 16, Pittsburg-For November.

6 25 18, Belleville-For November.

4 235 19, Columbus-For November. 20, Omaha-For November

2 50 21, Detroit-For November.

PRESSMEN. 4 Springfield-For November.

3 50 7, Newark-For November. 8. Boston-For November

7 50 12 Galveston-For October.

3 00 14, St. Paul-For November.

6 25 For supplies

1 50 16, New York-For November

46 50 17, Indianapolis-For November

10 00 18, Memphis-For November.

2 00 2 Minneapolis-For November

5 75 38, Baltimore-For November.

6 00 39, Seattle-For October and November

4 00 54, Grand Rapids-For November

STEREOTYPERS AND ELECTROTYPERS. 1, New York-For December

74 75 2 Boston Stereotypers For December

25 00 4. Chicago Stereotypers-For December.

13 30 5, Cincinnati-For December 6. Kansas City-For December.

5 75 For supplies

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$5 00 11, Boston Electroty pers-For November.

6 75 For supplies

8 00 13, Denver-For December

3 00 19 Washington Stereotypers For December 4 75 23, New Haven-For November and December . 8 75

MISCELLANEOUS. 1, Toronto Web Pressmen-For November 5 25 For supplies

70 5, Toronto Mailers,For August to Nov., incl

16 00 11 Minneapolis Pressfeeders-For December. 9 00 5, Indianapolis Bookbinders-For November. 14 75 3, St. Louis Mailers-For November.

9 50 2 Springfield ressfeeders-For November. 3 80

For supplies 2 St. Louis Web Pressmen-For November.

14 00 3 Boston Web Pressmen-For Nov. and Dec 43 75 9, St. Paul Pressfeeders-For December.

9 % I, Minneapolis Bindery Girls-For December.

5 10 1, Boston Mailers-For December.

12 50 For supplies

2 10 1, New York Photo Engravers-For December. 49 00 1 Fort Worth Pressfeeders-For November. 1 06 2 Minneapolis Bookbinders For December New Haven Allied Trades Council-For labels 100 Per capita tax collected on cards of H. A. Arm

strong. 82.25; G. B. Woodcock, $1.75 General Fund-Supplies .

4 26 Provisional membership fee of M. A Hodgkin: 100 The Typographical Journal-Advertising.

59 19 Individual subscriptions. Total ....

$51,614 51 EXPENDITURES. Executive Council-Cash as per report.

896 55 Hugo Miller-Salary for November.

40 00 C. G. Wilkins-Expenses to Lawrence E. A. Parker-Official postage and telegrams

2 60 H. S. Woodward-Expenses to Winona.

21 10 A. W. Puttee-Official postage..

2 00 T. F. McHale-J. M. Lynch, expenses to Rochester 10 49 J. K. Brewer-P. J. Maas, expenses to Rock Island, Peoria, Kankakee, etc.

40 00 The Typographical Journal5.000 two-color advertising fliers..

900 2,500 large advertising hangers, four colors 29 00 50 dummies, new form, for advertising solicitors 47 50 500 advertising rate cards. 1,000 letter-heads. Commission on advertising

431 85 Addressing wrappers.

14 00 Commission on advertising

10 00 Printing and mailing No. 9, Vol. VII.

282 85 Expenses 3,000 type-written circulars,

9 50 1,000 letter-heads, two colors, Prescott,

4 75 3,000 following sheets. .

600 1.000 letter-heads-Wines,

4 00 500 organizers' envelopes.

1 75 2,000 No. 10 envelopes and printing

6 25 2,000 Columbian clasp envelopes and printing. 13 25 Four seals.

5 00 Clerk hire-B. Smith, bookkeeper, $18.50; Lucy

Newhall, stenographer, 89; Nora A. Ward, ste-
nographer, $9.

86 50 W. McEwing, addressing circulars.

8 25 W. McEwing, addressing circulars.

16 50 Clerk hire-B. Smith, bookkeeper, $18.50; Lucy

Newhall, stenographer, $9; Nora A. Ward, stenographer, $9.

36 50 Wm. McEwing, addressing circulars Postage, expressage, etc., to date

88 97 Burial Fund1780. Pittsburg Stereotypers No. 20, on account death of M. J. Kelley

60 00 1781. Albany No. 4, F. J. Brady

60 00 1782. New Orleans No. 17, W. H. Houck

60 00 1783. Columbia No. 101, 0. S. Montz

60 00 1781. Chicago No 16, C. W. Curles

60 00 W. C. Hughes, balance due relatives of c.

S. Hughes, returned from benefit No.

1757 by St. Louis No. 8 after interment. 9 70 1785. St. Louis German-American No. 3, Albert Schaepperle

60 00 1786. Albany No. 4, M. J. McCann

60 00 1787. Boston No. 13, J. Ř. Carmichael

60 00 1788. New Orleans No. 17, James McBride. 60 00

$2,102 03 RECAPITULATION. Balance on hand Dec. 10, 1895. $46,819 29 Receipts to Dec. 23, 1893

4.795 22

-$51,614 51 Expenditures.

2,102 03 Balance on hand

$49,512 48

5 50

International Typographical Union.

OFFICERS. President-William B. Prescott, room 7 De Soto block, Indianapolis, Iud.

First Vice-President-Theodore Perry, 1200 North High St., Nashville, Tenn.

Second Vice-President-C. B. Lahan, 1286 Congress St., Chicago, Ill.

Third Vice-President-Hugo Miller, room 7 De Soto block, Indianapolis, Ind.

Secretary-Treasurer-A. G. Wines, room 7 De Soto block, Indianapolis, Ind.

Quebec-Silas W. Reed, 26 Balmoral St., Montreal; J. A. Rodier, 109 St. Louis St., Montreal.

Rhode Island-G. B. Sullivan, Evening Post, Pawtucket. South Dakota-J. L. Sims, box 314, Sioux Falls.

Tennessee-J. J. Straub, American, Nashville; W. L. Wilkinson, 72 Madison St., Memphis.

Vermont-G, H. Herrick, 57% Merchant's Row, Rutland.

Virginia-C. E. Gray, Times, Roanoke.
West Virginia-J. R. Foster, Gazette, Charleston.
Wisconsin-Charles J. Shurr, Daily News, Milwaukee.

Committee on Governmental Ownership and Control of the Telegraph-A. L. Randall, 605 F St., N. E., chairman; S. H. Bell, 10 V St., N. W., secretary; Wm. McCabe, W. N. Brockwell and J. W. Usilton, all of Washington, D. C.

Delegates to American Federation of Labor-The President; W. M. Higgins, 1035 Sixth St., Louisville, Ky.; Aug. McCraith, Indianapolis, Ind.; J. W. Bramwood, Box 681, Denver, Colo.

Trustees of the Childs-Drexel Home for Union Printers-W. B. Prescott, A. G. Wines, 7 De Soto block, 111dianapolis, Ind.; James J. Dailey, Public Ledger office, Philadelphia, Pa.; Henry Dorsey, 247 Elm St., Dallas, Tex.; Alex. Duguid, 525 E. Third St., Newport, Ky.; L. C. Shepard, 156 Wealthy Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich.; F. A. Colby, 128 N. Weber St., Colorado Springs, Colo.

ORGANIZERS. First District-C. G. Wilkins, 22 Cleveland St., Arlington, Mass.

Second District-Thomas F. McHale, 73 Madison Ave., Albany, N. Y.

Third District-E. E. Calhoon, 164 S. Plum St., Springfield, Ohio.

Fourth District-W. H. Wells, 16 Cumberland St., Norfolk, Va.

Fifth District-Ed. M. Evans, 37 E. Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga.

Sixth District, John D. Flanigan, care Democrat office, Grand Rapids, Mich.

Seventh District-P. J. Maas, 666 Washburne Ave., Chicago, Ill.

Eighth District-J. A. Lane, 509 Jefferson St., Knoxville, Tenn.

Ninth District-Lewis P. Negele, residence address 1226 S. Ninth St., business address 515 Elm St., St. Louis, Mo.

Tenth District-H. S. Woodward, 521 Humboldt Ave. North, Minneapolis, Minn.

Eleventh District-C. E. Clark, 4244 Harney St., Omaha, Neb.

Twelfth District-A. M. Butler, 358 Main St., Dallas, Texas.

Thirteenth District-R. G. Sleater, 18 Broadway, Salt Lake City Utah.

Fourteenth District-E. A. Parker, Examiner composing room, 617 Mission St., San Francisco, Cal.

Fifteenth District-G. H. Howell, Oregonian office, Portland Ore. Sixteenth District-G.W. Dower, box 513, Toronto, Ont.

DEPUTY ORGANIZERS. Alabama-Thos. Hamilton, Montgomery ; W. H. Jeffries, 2418 Fifth Ave., Birmingham; Eyre Damer, 300 Joachin St., Mobile.

Arizona-Lewis C. Grove, Phænix.

California-F. F. Black, Stockton; W. W. Ross, 168 Clementinia St., San Fraucisco; Hugh McI. Porter, Mercury office, San Jose ; Cyrene E. Fisk, 619 N. Hill St., Los Angeles.

Colorado-Horatio Hodgson, Victor.

Connecticut – J. S. Golden, 276 Shelton St., Bridgeport.

Delaware-W. H. Montgomery, Every Evening office, Wilmington, Florida-W. S. Linton, 122 W. Ashley, Jacksonville. Georgia-L. J. Kilbourn, 336 Rose St., Macon. Illinois--A. W. Hendricks, Herald-Dispatch, Decatur. Indiana-W. R. McCracken, Times, South Bend. Kansas- J. F. Kirkpatrick, Daily Capital, Topeka. Louisiana -Fred Alexander, Tiines, New Orleans. Maine-F. H. Hatch, Advertiser office, Portland.

Manitoba and Northwest Territories–Arthur Puttee, box 716, Winnipeg, Man.

Maryland-E. J. Mullen, 828 E. Eager St., Baltimore. Massachusetts-W. L. Bousquet, box 868, Worcester. Missouri--J. F. Klunk, Star office, Kansas City. New Brunswick-Aug. Petch, 9 St. Charles St., St. John. New Hampshire-C. E. Smith, 9 Hanover St., Concord. New Jersey-Duncan McLeod, News, Jersey City ; W. H. Prescott, box 36, Camden.

New York-George W. Baltz, Telegram, Elmira ; J.M. Lynch, Herald, Syracuse ; C. S. Roberts, Hamilton St., near Fulton, Brooklyn.

North Carolina--E. S. Cheek, Raleigh.
North Dakota-W. 0. Strandberg, Grand Forks,
Nova Scotia-Wm. C. Hodgson, Halifax, box 192.
Ohio-W. R. Voiles, care Post, Cincinnati.

Oklahoma Territory-L. G. Shoop, lock box 277, Guthrie.

Ontario-Frank Plant, 637 Elias St., London. Oregon-W. J. Cuddy, Oregonian office, Portland. Pennsylvania-C. M. Leighley, 215 Hamilton Ave., Pittsburg.

ALLIED PRINTING TRADES COUNCILS. [In a jurisdiction where more than one trade hold charters from the International Typographical Union, they shall create a joint standing committee, to consist of three members from each body."

-Section 49, General Laws.] BOSTON.-President, W. J. Melvin; secretary, John Re

gan, 48 Wenham St., Forest Hills, Mass. CINCINNATI, OH10.-President, J. A. Bryan ; secretary,

Carl Englesmann. CLEVELAND, OHIO.-President, F. A. Smith, Press office;

secretary, Mr. Bartels. COLUMBUS, OH10.-President, W. P. Kunze, 114 W. Ful

ton St.; secretary, W. Mort Davey, 271 S. Wall St. DALLAS, TEX.- President, W. L. Lyles; secretary, Hen

ry Dorsey, 247 Elm St. DENVER, COLO.-President, W. C. Ashwill, 1436 Curtis

St.; secretary, W. A. Whitmeyer, 1523 Wall St. DETROIT, Mich.-President, J. R. Morrissey; secretary,

P. A. Loersch, 229 Division St. DULUTH, MINN.-Secretary, L. T. Rutter, box 353. FORT WORTH, TEX.-President, Lee Daniels, Gazette

office ; secretary, Del. Cobb. GALVESTON, TEX.-President, W. F. Clark, Tribune of

fice; secretary, George Bell, Tribune office. GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.-President, W. H. Stewart, 66

Park Ave.; secretary, Frank Knitle, 229 Ottawa St. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. -- President, s. I.. Leffingwell; sec

retary, Wm. Champion, care Hasselman Printing Co. KANSAS CITY, Mo.-President, J. C. Aide ; secretary, W.

R. Cosner, 401 Wyandotte St. LOUISVILLE, KY.-President, Thomas R. Bailey; secre

tary, G. H. Wagner, 1115 Christy Ave. MEMPHIS, TENN.-Charles Sowers, 224 Second St., care

Memphis Printing Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS.-E. R. Kuehnel, care Der Herald. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.-President, T. Dungan, Journal office ; secretary, Geo. Browni, care Moffett, Thurston

& Plank. NEW HAVEN, CONN.-President, Louis Gompers, 43 Ar

tizen St.; secretary, Geo. H. Keppell, 143 Dwight St. NEW ORLEANS, LA -President, O. F. Woodcock ; secre

tary, Christian Ehren, 2428 Thalia St. NEW YORK.-Secretary, J. E. McLoughlin, 335 Pearl St. PHILADELPHIA, PA.--President, F. H. Flury, 608 Pine

St.; secretary, J. P. Holey, 731 N. Seventh St. SEATTLE, WASH.-W. I,. Lowman, Lowman & Hanford. SPRINGFIELD), OHIO.-President, J. H. Connell; secre

tary, Harry Collis. St. Louis, Mo.-President, J. W. Menaugh, care Myer

son Ptg. Co.; secretary, s. Calderwood, 406 Fagiu Bidg. ST. PAUL, MINN.-President, Joseph Houska; secretary,

Frank Pampusch, 120 Lafond St. TORONTO, CAN.-President, John Armstrong, Mail of.

fice ; secretary, Michael Carmody, Mail office. WASHINGTON, D. C.--President, T. F. Maher, 31 E St.

N. E.; secretary, H, O'Donnell, 638 Acker St. N E.

STATE UNIONS. I, NEW YORK-President, o. J. Donnelly, 17 De Russey St., Binghamton ; secretary-treasurer, T. H. Wheaton, Hotel Imperial, Syracuse.

4, ILLINOIS-President, Wm. Rotramel, Springfield; secretary-treasurer, J. A. Onyun, 203 Ellis St. Peoria.

3 NEW JERSEY--President, P. J. Sutton, 81 Columbia St., Newark ; secretary-organizer, W. H. Prescott, box 36. Camden.

6 CALIFORNIA-President, Jos. Phellis, Los Angeles; secretary-organizer, A. J. Read, 12.) 9th Ave., Oakland.

7, OHIO-President, J. C. Coleman, 1274 S. High St., Columbus : secretary-treasurer-organizer, W. W. Griffey, box 104, Youngstown.

DISTRICT UNIONS. FIRST DISTRICT--President, John Moffitt, Fall River, Mass.; secretary, J. F. Duggan, box 568 Worcester, Mass.

TENTH DISTRICT-President, H. W. Dennett, 373 N. Washington St., St. Paul, Minn; secretary-organizer, H. S. Woodward, box 522 Minneapolis, Minn.

SUBORDINATE UNIONS. Notice of change or error in the following list should be promptly forwarded to the secretary-treasurer International Typographical Union.

ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM No. 101.-L. C. McAllister, 2212 Ath ave. MOBILE No. 27.- John J. Russell, 28 S. Ann. MONTGOMERY NO. 326.-W. H. Monroe, 330 Martha.

ARKANSAS. FORT SYITH No. 249.-President, J. D. Wilson; secreLary-treasurer, R. A. Skinner, box 734. LITTLE ROCK No. 92.-W. L. Oury, box 258.

CALIFORNIA. FRESNO City No. 14.-F. Tiernan, 121 Eme. EUREKA No. 20.-A. P. McCarthy, box 20. GRASS VALLEY NO. 282-W. M. Campbell, box 31 LOS ANGELES No. 174.-Wm. M. Hawkins, box 570. MARYSVILLE No. 223.- Jerry O'Brien, box 363. OAKLAND No. 36.-J. E. Holmes, Jr., 964 Castro. REDLANDS No. 278-A, F. Stimmel, box 213. RIVERSIDE No. 251.-Willis Hallock, 141 Comer. SACRAMENTO No. 46.-W. H Ambrose, box 54. SAN BERNARDINO No. 84.--Sydney Waite, box 876. SANTA ROSA No. 31.-J. E. Mobley, box 18 SAN DIEGO No. 221.-R L. Merigold, box 328

SAN FRANCISCO No. 21.-W. B. Benoist, room 16, 606 Montgomery.

SAN JOSE No. 31.-J. H. Corrick, Mercury office.
STOCKTON No. 56.-O. B. Reibenstein, box 110.

CANADA.
BRANTFORD, ONT. No. 273-C. H. Brandt, Expositor,
HALIFAX, N. S., No. 130.-I. A. Beals, box 1962,
HAMILTON, ONT., No. 129.-John Burns 213 Cannon, E.

JACQUES CARTIER No. 115.-A. P. Pigeon, 1766 St. Catharine, Montreal, P. Q.

LIMESTONE CITY No. 204.-Geo. Zeigler, 228 Wellington, Kingston, Ont. LONDON, ONT, No. 133. --F. Plant, 637 Elias. MONTREAL QU'E., No. 176.-J. B. Mack, box 734. OTTAWA, ONT, No. 102.--Samuel Cross, box 138. QUEBEC No. 312.-Frs. J. R. Petitclere, 93 Scott. ST. JOHN, N. B., No. 85.-R. W. Mckinney, box 352.

TORONTO, ONT., No. 91.-President, W. J. Wilson; financial secretary, w. G. Fowler; corresponding secretary, T. H. Fitz Patrick; treasurer, Ed.). How; chair. man investigating committee, B. Cairns. l'nion meets first Saturday in month. Box 13.

VANCOUVER, B. C., No. 236. -President. J. H. Browne; treasurer, W'm. Brand; financial secretary, D. Jameson, box 50. Union meets last Saturday in every month."

, VICTORIA, B. C., No. 201.-Win. Cullin, box 29. WINNIPEG, MAN., No. 191.-A. W. Puttee, box 716.

COLORAD.
ASPEN No. 156.-C. T. McChesney, box 416.

COLORADO SPRINGS No. 82.-President, J. J. McCarty; financial and corresponding secretary, E. Á. Joslyn, box 813.

CRIPPLE CREEK NO. 227.-O. H. Kinzey, care Times.

DENVER No. 49.- President, J. W. Bramwood; vicepresident, w. W. Lucas; financial secretary. F. C. Bird. sall, recording secretary, C. R. Miller; chairman busi. ness committee, R, E. Herrick; chairman trades assembly delegation, John Henderson. Box 681.

DURANGO NO. 09.-S. D. Wilson, box 566,
LEADVILLE No. 179.-Ed. C. Austin, box 194.
PUEBLO No. 175.-W. E. Beattie, box 699,
VICTOR No. 275.-A. R. Lomery, Record office.

CONNECTICUT.
BRIDGEPORT No. 252.-C. N. Stephens, 72 Gregory.
HARTFORD No. 127.-S. T. Pfund, box 836.
MERIDEN No. 314.-H. C. Maydwell. 350 Cook ave.

NEW HAVEN No. 17.-- Joseph J. Reilly, lrox 1.206.
NORWICH No. 100).- E. B Armstrong64 Peck

DELAWARE.
WILMINGTON No. 123 - Secretary treasurer, A, 0.
Grier, Every Evening ofhce,

DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA COLUMBIA No 101 - W. N. Brockwell, bxx 2X1, Washington, D. c.

FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE, No 162 President, H J, Wenzel, care
Florida Citizen: secretary treasurer. J P Dennis, 7* E.
Church: recording secretary, Wii jibd), care Citizen
PENSACOLA NO 6 -- A. Quina.
TAMPA No. 20.0, 0. Pryor.

GEORGIA
ATLANTA NO 18 --W. I Skelton, Jerum nal office
AIGISTA VO 41. J. W Dear box 13.

COLUMBI'S No. 230-- President, G. WTillinghant: secretary-treasurer, JH Singleton, *12 Broad

MACON No. 23 - JH Morichee, 53 Pine
SAVANNAH No. 183. - Jacob Eitel, care The Press,

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS HONOLIL! No 37 J.J. Greene, box:28. (Postage at foreign rates)

IDAHO
BOISE CITY No. 271-W F. Dolan, box Sö.

ILLINOIS.
ALTON No. 304 Alex Cously, box 10
AI'RORA No. 21-AF Miller, Care Beacon

BLOOMINGTON No. 124.--1). J. Fitzgerald, care Pantagraph

CAIRO No. 24 - T. J. Helton, 1517 Winters Row. CHICAGO No. 16 I'resident, WS, Timblin, vice. president, C F Sheldon, secretary-treasurer, Wm Me Evoy, bxx 490: recording secretary and organizer, H. G. Martin: sergeant-at-arms, Frank Sloan: bard of trus teen, James Hutchins, chairman; A Allison, H. A. Crowell, business committee, GW Harris, chairman; JW Marsh, A C. Rice, Samuel Wymer, E. F. Drackert, and the four executive officers, t'nion meets last Sunday in cach month at ?P. V Business committee meets the second last Sunday in each month

CHICAGO No. 214 Bohemian).-J. B Shuster, 363 Washburne ave.

CHICAGO No. 7? Norwegian-Danishi - J. F. Elston, 142 West Ohio. CHICAGO No 247 Swedish-Eric Elm, 1707 Harry ave

CHICAGO No. 217 (Hebrew).- Hyman Meites, 161 W. Twelith.

CHICAGO No. 32 Polish) -- John Hibner, 27 Cleaver.
DANVILLE NO.- Charles Partlow.
DECATI'R No. 211 F. H. Wow, 140 S. Main
GALESBURG No 288-OW Walkup, 33°N Cedar
JACKSONVILLE X0, 212-EG. Hoyteaux, 2129 W State.
JOLIET No. 194. T. C. Davidson, 311 Willow ave. S.
LINCOLN No. 327 - Miss Frances kane 621 V. McLean,
OTTAWA No. 283.-W. P. Gregg 519 Congress
PEKIN NO, 23.-J. R. Howard, 13 N. Fifth
PEORIA No. 29 C. E. Lauren, 211 X. Orange

QUINCY No. 39. -- President, Claude Conklin; vicepresident, E. A. Helsterni; financial secretary, E. C. Salmon, care Volk Jones & Mc Mein; recording secretary. J M. Wood, 6* Cedar; treasurer, J. A. Ramber; sergeant at-arms, Mike Sullivan,

ROCKFORD Xo 213.- J. W. Aspegren, 404 N. First.
SPRINGFIELD No. 177-George Hoole, box 678

TWIN CITY No. 107.-J. B. Olney, 1709 Eighth ave., Moline, Ill.

INDIAVA ANDERSON NO. 281-R N Mattox, 19 S. Central ave. CRAWFORISVILLE. NO. 229 SD Symmes, box 12. ELKHART XO 22.-W. A Shamory, 197 Elkhart ave.

EVANSVILLE No 37 - President, GCO. A. Naeter; vicepresident, Wm. Jaus: recording and financial secretary, W. J. Rogers. 711 Mulberry; sergeant-at-arms, Daniel Groves.

FORT WAYNE No. 78 --President, E. B. Smith; vicepresident, W. A Hall; financial secretary, C. F. Baker, box 234; recording and corresponding secretary, E. S. Baker, box }; treasurer, G. R. Hinch; sergeant-at-arms, Edward Miller; executive board, Wm. Kranzman, H. E. Drummond, H. L. Renhard.

FRANKFORT NO. 28.-- J. A. Thompson, care News.

INDIANAPOLIS No. 1. -President, E T. Oburn, 239 Prospect; vice-president, J: 0. Keeler; recording secre. tary, W. W. Davy; financial and corresponding secretary, C. E. Mckee, box 81.

LAFAYETTE No. 61, S. H. Saltzgaber, Journal.
LOGANSFORT No. 18. – J. F. Comingore, 1205 Market.
MARION NO. 286.-W. H. Kavanaugh, care Leader.
NEW ALBANY No. 169,--T. G. Dyer, Ledger.
PERU No. 97.-Henry Myers, care Sentinel office,

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