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ELKHART No. 266.-W. A. Shamory, 197 Elkhart ave.

EVANSVILLE No. 35.- President, Geo. 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 234; treasurer, G. R. Hinch; sergeant-at-arms, Edward Miller; executive board, Wm. Kranzman, H. E. Drummond, H, L. Reichard.

FRANKFORT No. 287.-J. A. Thompson, care News.

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

LAFAYETTE No. 61.-S. H. Saltzgaber, Journal.
LOGANSPORT No. 196.-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.
RICHMOND No. 301.-S. A. Brown.

SOUTH BEND No. 128.--President, H. A. Reamer; vice-
president, G. H. Perkins; recording secretary, E. W.
Cutting; financial and corresponding secretary, W. A.
Barr, Times office; treasurer, H. W. Perkins.
TERRE HAUTE No. 76.-Wilson Harper, 815 Oak.

IOWA BLUFF City No. 203.-President F. C. Simmons; vicepresident, G. W. Irvin; treasurer, J. M. Thomas; secretary, T. R. Drake, 156 Ridge; sergeant-at-arms, 0. S. Henderson; executive and auditing committee, G. W. Ryan, W. B. Fisher, A. Brisbane; relief committee, C. M. Maynard, David Nicoll, W. B. Fisher; board of trustees, W. H. Treynor, J. R. Dietrich, George Irwin.

BURLINGTON No. 75.-G. W. Ohls, lock box 613. CEDAR RAPIDS No. 192.-C. M. Dawley, 409 Second ave. W.

DAVENPORT No. 106.-N. A. Ready, 109 E. Third.

Des Moines No. 118.-President, J. H. Moore; vicepresident, Herman Tiedgens; treasurer, J. H. Uetz; financial and corresponding secretary, H. H. Crenshaw, box 556; recording secretary, Nellie C. Downs; sergeantat-arms, C. W. Brown; chairman executive committee, T. M. Hughes, box 556; doorkeeper, Thad Ruff. DUBUQUE No. 22.–T. O'Loughlin, 101 Dodge. KEOKUR No. 68.-J. P. Griffin, 124 A St., West Keokuk. MUSCATINE No. 251.-E. B. Mollis, 202 W. Fifth. OTTUMWA No. 73.-C. M. Clapp, care Republican.

Sioux City No. 180.-President, S. T. Day; vice-president, W. N. Bowman; recording secretary J. H. Strief; secretary-treasurer, W. H. Bastian; sergeant-at-arms, T. H. Nicol; messenger, G. W. Bradley; executive committee, H. O. Campbell, w. J. Ashley, C. D. Ward. Meets last Sunday of each month. Box 227.

KANSAS. ATCHISON No. 113.-President, Ed. Skinner; vicepresident, C. 0. Hovatter; recording secretary, Benj. Sunderland; financial and corresponding secretary, James McNamara, 225 N. Fourth; treasurer, S. F. Filson; sergeant-at-arms, Dennis Lyndon; executive board, Robert Tompkins, J. M. Arthur, F. B. Pierce.

Fort Scott No. 319.-Charles Weaver, 741 Wilson.

HUTCHINSON No. 243.-E. M. Broughton, 410 Seventh ave. East,

LEAVENWORTH No. 15.-Charles Cox, box 196.

SUNFLOWER No. 157.-P. F. Spicklar, care Press, Kansas City, Kan.

TOPEKA No. 121.-President, A. E. Thorson; vice-president, Robert Maxwell; financial and corresponding secretary, W. C. Hercules, box 61; treasurer, Franklin Barnes; recording secretary, Will Sullivan; sergeant-atarms, W. S. Bush; doorkeeper, Charles Sutherland.

WICHITA No. 148.-President, L. E. Murray; financial secretary, W. S. Crawford, lock box 837.

KENTUCKY. . BLUE GRASS No. 189.-J. A. Hall, 259 Patterson, Lexington.

FRANKFORT No. 161.-T. A. Joyce, 430 Broadway. LOUISVILLE No. 10.--President, Joseph G. Kestler; vice-president, J. H. Scott; recording secretary, G. D. Frishe; secretary-treasurer, A. A. Hoffman, box 557.

LOUISIANA.
BATON ROUGE No. 25.-C. W. Whyte, 210 St. Hy polite.
New ORLEANS No. 17.-President, 0. F. Woodcock;
vice-president, J. J. Aberle; recording secretary, J. R.
George; corresponding and financial secretary, S. J.
Harris, box 1627; treasurer, Theo. C. Berg; reading clerk,
A. Hermann; sergeant-at-arnis, A. H. Hinton.
SHREVEPORT No. 157,-Fred. C. Sims, box 182.

MAINE.
BANGOR No. 139.-I. H. Joy, care News.
PORTLAND No. 66.- Arthur H. Berry, 37 Plum.

MARYLAND. ANNAPOLIS No. 114.-Geo. R. Tydings. BALTIMORE No. 12.-President, George P. Nichols; vice-president, John Roach; recording and corresponding secretary, James H. McDowell, 414 E. Biddle; secretary-treasurer, Wm. Fleming, 12 South; trustees, E. T. Shiel, Harry C. Hitchcock, J. Y. Slater; sergeant-at-arms, J. H. Asher. Union meets the last Sunday in each month. CUMBERLAND No. 244.-C. F. Johnson, box 301.

MASSACHUSETTS. BOSTON No. 13.- John Douglass, room 3, 12 Hawley place.

BROCKTON No. 224.-W. G. Sinclair, care Times.
CAMBRIDGE No. 61.-J. E. Burke, 7 Mill.
FALL RIVER No. 161.-Wm. Smyth, Herald office.
HAVERHILL No. 38.-C. H. Flint, Jr.
HOLYOKE No. 253.-G. B. Noonan, 17 John.
LAWRENCE No. 51.-David M. McNeil, box 122.
LOWELL No. 310.-F. C. Austin, 620 School.
Lynx No. 120.-L. H. Cleaves, 116 Bay View ave.

MARLBORO-HUDSON No. 281. – Julia É. Lafleur, Maplewood ave.

NEW BEDFORD No. 276.-Alex H. Adams, box 598.
NORTH ADAMS No. 316.-W. Grant, 23 N. Holden.
NORWOOD No. 228.-J. F. Halloran.
SPRINGFIELD No. 216.-W. D. B. Mitchell, box 1187.
WORCESTER No. 165.-Everett S. Lee, box 868.

MICHIGAN.
ADRIAN No. 166.-W. L. Agnew, Times office.
ANN ARBOR No. 154.-C. G. COOK, 72 S. Main.
BAY CITY No. 81.-W. J. Munley, box 297.

DETROIT No. 18.-President, Thos. Nestor; vice-presi. dent, W. E. Soper; financial and corresponding secre. tary, M. H. Marsh, room 7, Hilsendegen block; recording secretary, Edward Beck; sergeant-at-arms. Bion Haugh.

GRAND RAPIDS No. 39.---President, F. L. Baker; vicepresident, T. S. Etheridge; recording secretary,, A. K. Tyson; secretary-treasurer, John Kroon, 1155 Fifth ave.; sergeant-at-arms, C. E. Strunk.

JACKSON No. 99.---- President, F. H. Booth; vice-president, James Hunt; corresponding and recording secretary, Oscar Reardon, box 317; financial secretary, Carl Worch, box 317; treasurer, I. B. Rich; sergeant-at-arms, Joe Dennison.

KALAMAZOO No. 122.-Wm. B. Hallett, 1409 Washington.

LANSING No. 72.--President, O. L. McKinley; vice. president, T. H. Springsted; treasurer, Fay Strickland; financial and corresponding secretary, s. n. Chilton, 703 Ottawa; recording secretary, C. J. Strang.

MUSKEGON No. 168.-F. J. Addison, 138 Clay ave.
PORT HURON No. 300.-). A. Barron, 601 Water.

VALLEY CITY No. 50 (Saginaw. Mich.):-President, J. H. Nichols; vice-president, H, M. Bond; financial secretary, W. W. Curtis, care News office; recording secretary, Chas. Duhamel.

MINNESOTA. DULUTH No. 136.-G. C. Findley, 29 Twenty-fifth ave. W MINNEAPOLIS No. 42.--H. S. Woodward, box 522. ST. PAUL No. 30.-T. F. Thomas, box 2537.

THE North No. 131 (Scandia).--Duluth, Minn., and West Superior, Wis.-E. A. Bergh, box 45, West Superior.

MISSOURI. HANNIBAL No. 88.-Emmett Young, 418 Jefferson, Southside.

JEFFERSON CITY No. 119.-President, B. W. Winston; vice-president, G. E. Root; financial and corresponding secretary, E. R. Bright; recording secretary, John Spannhorst; treasurer, Henry Wengert; sergeant-at-arms, Gus. H. Moeller. Union meets first Sunday in each month.

KANSAS City No. 80.- President, J. M. Rhodes; vicepresident, D. I. Guyette;, financial and corresponding secretary, H. A. Fratcher, box 207.

ST. JOSEPH No. 40.-J. W. Reilly, lock box 787.
ST. LOUIS No. 8.-J. J. Early, 406 Fagin building.
SEDALIA No. 206.-J. T. Weisenbach, box 153.

SPRINGFIELD No. 158.-President, H. Newsom; vicepresident, F. E. Newkirk; recording secretary, c. R. Ingram; secretary-treasurer, C. W. Johnson, 4:30 s. Jefferson; sergeant-at-arms, S. B. Bevill.

MONTANA.
ANACONDA No. 255.-D. C. Scott, box 516.
BUTTE No. 126.-A. J. Clark, box 515.
GREAT FALLS No. 256.-J. N. White, box 661.

HELENA No. 95.-President, E. E. Lowe; secretarytreasurer, John Baker, box 1309; executive committee, Andrew Casey, chairman, E. Ę. Lowe, W. E. Whitney. MISSOULA No. 277.--F. M. Keim, box 203.

NEBRASKA. FREMONT No. 234.--Geo. W. Stanford, LINCOLN No. 209.-S. A. Hoon, box 15. OMAHA No. 190. — President, T. F. Sturgess; vice-presCANTON No. 219.-WC Metzger, 1.13 High.

ident, R. S. Rawlings; recording secretary, G. W. Har. vel; financial and corresponding secretary, A. F. Clark, box 794; sergeant-at-arms. Al Small.

NEVADA. WASHOE No. 67 (Virginia City).-President, Jas. Sullivan; vice-president, Harry Sutherland; secretary-treasurer, E. D. Blake, box 572; board of directors, John Craise, W'm. Kearns, J. E. Eckley, J. T. Huling.

NEW HAMPSHIRE. CONCORD NO. 27.-J. W. McMurphy, 9 Depot. LACONIA No. 317.-F. 0. Hunt, box 170. MANCHESTER No. 132 - President, H. K. Pearsons; vice-president, c. L Carpenter; corresponding secretary, E. E. Stockbridge, box 2.1; financial secretary, T. J. Fellows; sergeant-at-arms. W. A. Abbott t'uion meets the first Saturday of each month at 7:30 P. M.

VEW JERSEY. CAMDEN No. 132-President, Wm. Mounce, 130 Federal: vice-president, Joseph Simmons, Daily Review; recording secretary, E. A. Wells, 62 S. Fourth; financial secretary-treasurer, Sam'i T. Woodrow, 1:30 Federal.

ELIZABETH No. 150.-- John J. Mellick, 229 Broad.

Hudsos COUNTY No. 9. – Jos. Seeley, 27649 York, Jersey City

HOBOKEN No. 323.-F. C. Luehs, care Observer. NEWARK No. 103.-President, John Cherry; vice-presi. dent, P. J. Sutton; recording secretary, H Metriskin; financial and corresponding secretary, J. P. Landrigan, care Sunday Standard; treasurer, EW. Garrison; sergeant-at-arms, H. J. Gottlob

NEW BRUNSWICK No. 307.-William McMullen, 53 Suydam. PATERSON No. 195.-D. O. Stoddard, 29 Benson. TRENTON No. 71.-L. S. Hooper, box 32

NEW MEXICO. ALBUQUERQUE No. 304.-P. A. Mosher, care Democrat.

NEW YORK. ALBANY No. 1.-President, J. J. Howe; vice-president, J. V. McCann; treasurer, G. I Davis; financial secretary, W. P. Mead; recording and corresponding secretary, M. J. Sullivan, box 212.

BINGHAMTON YO, 232.-R. D. Haskell, 3 Kress. BROOKLYX No. 98 - J. F. Lane, care Citizen. BUFFALO NO, 9.-W. H. Reilly, box 117. Coroes No. 325.-F. H. Adams, care Republican. DOLGEVILLE No. 108-George A. Dain, box 108. ELMIRA No. 19.-F. C. Carpenter, 309 Penn, ave. FULTON COUNTY No. 31 -President, Edward Bartlett, 4 Globe, Johnstown, N. Y.; secretary, John Holliday, 18 Third, Gloversville. GLENS FALLS No. 96.-W. E. Harris, box 134. ITHACA No. 171.-J. W. Shanley, 21 E Seneca, JAMESTOWN No. 25.--F. B. Cowden, 112 W. Seventh. LOCKPORT No. 67.-A. M. Dunn.

NIAGARA FALLS No. 233.-R. E. Swackhamer, room 16 Frontier Mart. NEWBURGH No. 305.-F. E. Tucker, lock box 241. NEW YORK No. 6.--Win. Ferguson, 210 William, NEW YORK No. 3.-(Hebrew-American). - Constantin Geller, 76 Monroe.

NEW YORK-BROOKLYN No. 309 (Scandinavian).-C.
Jensen, 157 West Ninth, Brooklyn,
NOKWICH No. 322.-H. C. Hall.
ONEIDA No. 294.-Henry D. Burkhart.
OXEONTA No. 135.-A, G. Weed.
OSWEGO No. 32).-Wm. F. Beard, 98 W. Mohawk.
POUGHKEEPSIE No. 315.-W. S. Valentine, 179 Mill.
ROCHESTER No. 15.-T. F. Moore, box 59.
Rone No. 14.-W. J. Hagerty.
SYRACUSE NO. 9.-C. N. Scott, box 104.
SARATOGA SPRINGS No. 119.-C. A. Hopkins, 11 Warren,
SCHENECTADY No. 167.-Aug. Martin, 446 Veeder ave.
Troy No. 52. -- President, C. A. Rogers: vice-president,
B. A. Wilder; recording secretary, Philip Purcell; finan-
cial and corresponding secretary, Michael A. Connell,
box 548; treasurer, Henry Coffeen: sergeant-at-arms,
Timothy Fitzgerald.

CTICÁ NO. 62.-J. E. De Forest, 1174, Mohawk.
WATERTOWX So. 308.-F. H. Lewis, care Standard.

NORTH CAROLINA. ASHEVILLE No. 383.-R. C. Frank, Citizen office, DURHAM No. 120.-R. F. Morris, Educator office. RALEIGH No. 34. -Ed. C. Owen, Salisbury and Martin.

NORTH DAKOTA. BISMARCK No. 110.- Harry Lee, box 393. FARGO No. 18. -- President, C. A. Jordan, Forum office; financial and corresponding secretary, F. G. Jordan, Republican office. GRAND FORKS No. 311.-E. S. McMaster, care Herald.

OHIO.
AKRON No. 182.-David Ferguson, care Democrat.

CINCINNATI No. 3. -President, Alex. Duguid; vicepresident, Wm. B. Owens secretary-treasurer, Phil. T. Jacobs room 14. Fisher blick, 621 Walnut; recording secretary, W. S. McMath, chairman business committee, Chas, Ames; chairman sinking fund trustees, W. H. O'Connor: chairman committee on non-tuon offices, E. L. Hitchens; chairman finance Committee, Harold Byron; chairman publication committee, Oscar Bailey: chairman delegates to central labor council, M. W Walter; chairman investigating committee, Win Heron.

CLEVELAND NO 3.-A. W. Thomson, box 16

COLUMBUS No 3 President, W. P. Kunze, vice-president, J. A. Ross; secrctary treasurer, E. P. Reynolds, room & Clinton building; recording secretary, W. M. Tomlinson: chairman executive committee, 1. G. Jene kins; sergeant-at-arms, E. W. Derrer, conductor, Č. S. Davidson

DAYTON No. 57. -President, C. R Wheeler, recording secretary, 1. M. Mittendorf, corresponding secretary, W.II Slattery, W. Filth, financial secretary, B. f. Flannery, care Daily Journal EAST LIVERPOOL No. 318. -Louis Ort, 175 Second. FINDLAY NO. 200. CD. Brown, care Jeff office. HAMILTON No. 20. -- John Brannon, care Times, LIMA NO. 286.- CW. Miles, 130 W. Kibbey. LISBOX No. 287.-- W. G. Steele MASSILLON No. 298 XL Maier, care Independent. SANDISKY No. 257.- Chas Hecht, care Register.

SPRINGFIELD No. 117--J. F. Morehouse, Corner Shaf. fer and Jefferson

TOLEDO No. 63 -- Mason Warner, box 17.
STEPHENVILLE Xo H. P. Boyer, 319 S. High,

YOUNGSTOWY No. 220 President, F F Hawkins; vicepresident, Louis Bewers, reconding and corresponding secretary, M. J. Obendorferi financial secretary, Wick Flower; treasurer, J. D. Hurfond, sergeant-at-arius, R. M. Yorks; trustees, H E. Rowe, C. E. Kennedy, F. W. Schmidt Box 2. ZANESVILLE No. 199.-- N. M. Beckley, 44 Harvey.

OKLAHOMA TERRITORY. GETHRIE No. 2* ---J. E. Brewer, 109 Ę. Washington ave

OKLAHOMA City No. 283.-C. E. Lindsey, care Okla. homan.

OREGON
CAPITAL No. 210 (Salem).-W. D. Torrey.

MULTNOMAH No, in Portland). - President, Lon De Yarmond; vice-president, Fred W. Morris; secretary. treasurer, W. . Osburn, care Oregonian, Portland, Ore ; sergeant-at-arms, J. Henry Brown, executive committee, I. c. Gallagher, chairman, Edward Kleist, ... Price. 1. C. Austin, W. H. Baker, W. W. Kerns, H. Í. Darr.

PENNSYLVANIA.
ALTOONA No. 210.-11. L. Murray, Tribune office.

BEAVER VALLEY NO 20 - Corresponding and record. ing secretary James Wilson, Heaver, Pa.; financial secre. tary, W. F. Lutz, West Bridgewater, Market.

BRADFORD No. 181. J. G. McCutcheon, box 1711.
ERIE No. 77,--H. C. Could, box 72.
HARRISHI'RG No. 14. E B. Swayne, 237 Harris,
HAZLLTON No. 2 - W. H. Weidenbach
JOHNSTOWN No. 137.- E. F. Wright, 11 Vine,
LANCASTER No. 70 John C. Haus, 312 E. King.
MEADVILLE No. 11 Frank I. Bemis, 431 Pine.
NEW CASTLE VO270. J. L. McCracken, $ Croton ave.

OIL City No. 151. -- President, H, E Johns; vice-presi. dent, H. B. Scribner; secretary, C. B. McQuown, box 323; treasurer, Frank Hanton: sergeant at-arms, C.

D. Smoyer; executive committee, H. B. Scribner, S. A. Reed, M. P. Sheehan.

PHILADELPHIA No. 2. ---President, George Chance; vice president, Frank C. Curran; recording secretary, William J. Sloan; 17 Taney; financial secretary, W'm. J. Bollman, 121 X. Ninth; treasurer, James Welsh; doorkeeper, James H. Clarke: trustees, H. H. Savage, B. E. Miller. C. W. Hallowell.

PITTSBURGH No. 7. -President, D. H. Duffy; vicepresident, Alex McK. McWilliams; secretary-treasurer, J. B. Cully, box 611: sergeant-at-arms, T. J. Dicus, trustées, W. T Crosse Nat Green, H. L. Weil; judges of election, W. A. Meighan, H. Q. Turner, P. J. Lydon. Meet. ings first Sunday of each month, 78 Fourth ave.

RIADING No. 36.-- Elmer A. German, 312 S. Tenth.

SCRANTON No. 112. ---President, Joseph Oliver; vicepresident, Mrs. A. J. Pepper, secretary-treasurer, C. S. Benedict, box *22*; recording and corresponding secretary. J. J. F. York, box 238; reading clerk, W. R. Hughes; guardian, George Sherman.

TITISVILLE No. 2X1 - J. J. O'Hern.
I'NIONTOWN No. 302. -T. H. Patton, 147 Beckley.
WILKES-BARRE No. 187. 6. W. Moore, box 787.
WILLIAMSPORT No. 111.-E. F. Wolf, 716 Locust,

RHODE ISLAND,
NEWPORT No. 295.-T. F. Murphy, Herald.
PAWTUCKET No. 212.-S. Byron, 16 Saunders.
PROVIDENCE No. 33.-Wm. Abell, Weekly Visitor.
WOONSOCKET No. 245.-H. W. Leblanc, Reporter.

SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON No. 43.-George A. Steck, box 259.
COLUMBIA No. 34.-B, C. Du Pre, 270 Lincoln.
GREENVILLE No. 321.-J. T. Lloyd.

SOUTH DAKOTA.
Sioux FALLS No. 218.-George Denyer, box 314.

TENNESSEE. CHATTANOOGA No. 89.-President, G. H. Russell; vicepresident, C. F. Guy: secretary-treasurer, W. H. Cooke, box 46; recording secretary, S. E. Behm; sergeant-atarms, W. H. Martin.

KNOXVILLE No. 111.-J. M. Dean, 801 Hardee.

MEMPHIS No. 11.-President, G. C. Sawtelle; vicepresident, E. H. Feltus; treasurer, W. N. Page; financial and corresponding secretary, B. S. Humphrey, box 103; recording secretary, E. C. Brookshire; fund trustee, w. H. Johnson

NASHVILLE No. 20.- President, John A. Aul; vice-president, W. H. Johnson; treasurer, Theodore Perry; financial and corresponding secretary, M. L. Ford, 112 Main; recording secretary, J. P. Thornley; sergeant-at-arms, E. D. Watson.

TEXAS. AUSTIN No. 138.—President, J. A. Paddleford; secretary, G. S. Harris, box 194.

CLEBURNE No. 303.-T. F. Ludden, care Enterprise.

DALLAS No. 173.-President, W. M. Reilly; vice-presi. dent, Corbin Johnson; financial and corresponding secretary, Oscar Dalton, Times office; recording secretary, J. C. Jones; sergeant-at-arms, J. A. Foster; reading clerk, W. N. Beard; executive committee, R. T. Peverly, F. C. Van Horn, C. Johnson, R. W. Parrent, M. L. Sammons; auditing committee, S. D. Lockett, James Florer, A. M. Butler.

Fort Worth No. 198.-President, A. Beard; recording and corresponding secretary, C. H. Smith; secretarytreasurer, W. J. McAllister, box 400. GAINESVILLE No. 74.-C. M. Buckingham.

GALVESTON No. 28.-President, T. G. Croft; vice-president and chairman finance committee, John Fourty; chairman executive committee, W. B. Harkuess; treasurer, John H. Barnes; secretary, Carrington Viser, box 172.

HOUSTON No. 87.-J. S. Swope, 1902 Franklin ave.
SAN ANTONIO No. 172.-E. G. Koerps, box 286.

TEMPLE AND BELTON No. 241.-F. M. Hieronymous,
Temple, Tex.
WACO No. 188.-P. A. Richards, box 145.

UTAH TERRITORY. OGDEN No. 236.-F. A. Zitzman, 2376 Wash. ave. SALT LAKE CITY No. 115.-S. M. Stenhouse, box 474.

VERMONT.
BURLINGTON No. 312.- President, Thomas Nash; finan-
cial secretary and treasurer, H. R. Hyde, 69 N. Willard.
RUTLAND No. 131.-A. N. Rainville, box 1061.

VIRGINIA.
NORFOLK No. 32.-C. C. Houston, box 192.
PETERSBURG No. 26.-T. B. Verell, 657 Farmer.
RICHMOND No. 90.-J. T. West, Jr., box 16.
ROANOKE No. 60.-W. L. Robertson, box 96.

WASHINGTON,
BELLINGHAM BAY No. 110.-Leroy Simpson, care
World Herald, Fairhaven, Wash.

OLYMPIA No. 112.-F. A. Rust, box 131.
SEATTLE No. 202.-O. K. Souder, box 1556.

SNOHOMISH AND EVERETT No. 113.-C. E. Hart, Ev. erett, Wash., box 131.

SPOKANE FALLS No. 193.-A. T. Collis, box 537.
TACOMA No. 170.-B. H. Bennett, box 234,

WEST VIRGINIA. CHARLESTON No. 146.-J. W. Williams, Evening Mail. WHEELING No. 79.- President, I. N. Wycoft; vice-president, W. E. Playter; secretary, D. Deloe, 100 6. Huron; sergeant-at-arms, John Pierce. I'nion meets first Sunday in each month.

WISCONSIN. ASHLAND No. 117.-O. N. Calef, News office. CREAM CITY No. 23 ( Milwaukee).- Jos. LaFleur, box 20. GREEN BAY No. 257.-E. W. Stutes, 123 Washington. LA CROSSE No. 274,-Geo, S. Capps, 125 S. Second. MADISON No. 313.-D. C. Sullivan, 137 Clymer, OSHKOSH No. 211.-M. Weidner, Jr., box 236. RACINE No. 324. - James Milliken, box 222.

SUPERIOR No. 163.-B. A. Lynch, care Wave office, West Superior, Wis.

WYOMING. LARAMIE No. 280.-Frank Spafford, Republican. WYOMING No. 181.-H. W. Moore, box 941, Cheyenne, Wyo.

GERMAN-AMERICAN UNIONS. General secretary, Hugo Miller, room 7 De Soto block, Indianapolis, Ind.

1, PHILADELPHIA, PA.-Otto Batze, 1450 Camac.

2, CINCINNATI, OH10.-Alb. Wolff, 211 Short, Covington, Ky.

3, ST. LOUIS, MO.—Bruno Rueckert, 2590 Montgomery. 4, BUFFALO, N. Y.- John Dirschel, 39 Ash. 5, ROCHESTER, N. Y.-Geo. Logemann, 9 Dudley.

6, CLEVELAND, OH10.-Richard Frank, 131 Lockyear ave.

7, NEW YORK, N. Y.-John Biedermann, care StaatsZeitung, Tryon Row.

8, NEWARK, N. J.-Fr. Kueppers, care Deutsche Zeitung. 9, CHICAGO, ILL.-Henry Hotze, 20 Cortland Ct. 10, MILWAUKEE, Wis.-Seb Fichtner, 458 Ninth. 11, BALTIMORE, MD.-Franz Sauter, care Journal office. 12, LOUISVILLE, KY.-Chas. Schmuck, 813 W. Jefferson.

13, ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.-W. J. Francois, 965 Randolph, St. Paul.

14, INDIANAPOLIS, IND.-Louis Meyer, 18 S. Alabama. 15, EVANSVILLE, IND.-A. Dolletzki, 3 Brower. 16, PITTSBURG, PA.-Carle Hemmerle, care Volksblatt. 18, BELLEVILLE, ILL.-Charles Lenz, 1519 W. Main.

19, COLUMBUS, OH10.-Christ Berkhemer, 101 W. College.

20, OMAHA, NEB.-Chas. Weiss, 824 S. Seventeenth. 21, DETROIT, MICH.-S. Naegele, 737 Jos. Campau ave. 24, TOLEDO, 0.-Charles Simon, care Toledo Express,

STEREOTYPERS AND ELECTROTYPERS. 1, NEW YORK (Stereotypers).-H. A. Moreland, 271 W'. One Hundred and Seventeenth.

2, BOSTON, MASS. (Stereotypers).-W. B. Flewelling, 151 Shawmut, Chelsea, Mass.

3, CHICAGO, ILL. (Electrotypers).-W. A. H. Strehlow, 132 Burling.

1, CHICAGO, ILL. (Stereotypers).-W. N. Julien, 2390 X. Forty-second ave.

5, ČINCINNATI, O. (Stereotypers).—John Lechner, 617 Central ave.

6, KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Stereotypers and Electrotypers).-C. A. Sumner, care Star stereo room.

7, PHILADELPHIA, PA. (Stereotypers).-J. P. Holey, 731 N. Seventh.

8. ST. LOUIS, Mo. (Stereotypers).-W. J. McDonald, 3330 Oregon ave.

9, DETROIT, Mich. (Stereotypers).-E. J. Smith, 673 Seventh.

10, BALTIMORE, MD. (Stereotypers).-Philip Eckhardt, 1719 E. Pratt.

11, BOSTON, MASS. (Electroty pers).-J. W. Moreland, 33 Creighton, Cambridge, Mass.

12, MILWAUKEE, Wis. (Stereotypers and Electrotypers).-P. C. Poenisch, 2217 North ave.

13, DENVER, Colo. (Stereotypers).-A. E. Denio, 513 S. Fremont, care Times.

14, COLUMBUS, O. (Stereotypers and Electrotypers). -W.G. Knopf, 13242 S. High.

15, DAYTON, O. (Stereotypers and Electrotypers). -C. W. Bryant, care Herald.

16, ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS (Stereotypers).--R. M. Colgan, 300 Midway ave., St. Paul, Minn,

17, WASHINGTON, D. C. (Electrotypers).-J. J. Lane. 526 Third, N. E.

19, WASHINGTON, D. C. (Stereotypers).-R. L. Christian, 213 New Jersey ave., N. W.

20, PITTSBURG, PA. (Stereotypers).-J. B. Reed, 1617 Locust.

21, TORONTO, ONT. (Stereoty pers and Electrotypers). J. H. Huddleston, 33 Sullivan St.

22, CLEVELAND, 0. (Stereotypers).-Wm. Jackson, 945 Lorain.

23, NEW HAVEN, CONN. (Stereotypers and Pressmen). --W. P. Dilts, 153 Dwight.

PHOTO-ENGRAVERS.; 1, NewYork-E. Gaffney, 331 E. Ninety-fourth.

TYPEFOUNDERS. 3, CHICAGO, ILL.-Aug. Scheideman, 1001 N. Washtenawave.

MAILERS. 1, Boston, MASS.-R. T. Allen, box 1817. 3, ST. LOUIS, Mo.-O. C. Paul, 2323 Howard. 1, ST. PAUL, MINN.-M. R. Mills, 281 Rondo. 5, TORONTO, ONT.-F. Etherley, 35 Howie ave.

NEWSPAPER WRITERS. 1, Boston, MASS.—Thomas Pritchard, care Standard,

Established 1860
Incorporated 1877

THE QUEEN CITY

PRINTING INK

COMPANY

CINCINNATI, OHIO

Chicago, 347 Dearborn Street

MAKERS OF HIGH GRADE

ELECTROTYPES AND STEREOTYPES

INDIANAPOLIS

ELECTROTYPE

FOUNDRY

Nos. 17 to 25 WEST GEORGIA STREET

INDIANAPOLIS

Prices Low and Service Prompt

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THE MOST WONDERFUL MACHINE
FOR COUNTRY NEWSPAPER PRINTING.

An impression is taken by each forward or backward turn of the crank. The press runs so easily that a boy or girl can operate it without undue exertion. It occupies the least floor space. It is the fastest hand cylinder made. It is lightest, although built of iron and steel.

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SIZES AND PRICES.

8-col. folior 40" } $200.00 9-col. folior of} 225.00

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Ready for lowering tympan and taking impression, SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND PRICES. FOR SALE BY ALL TYPE FOUNDERS AND DEALERS

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