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worked five years as machinist in New Orleans, La., and country towns where there was no union. W. L. Stewart, age 35 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Excelsior Springs and Richmond, Mo.

174, Los Angeles, Cal.-Charles R. Marlar, age 21 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Blossom, Texas; never before made application. F. S. McCormick, age 30 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Chicago, Ill.; proprietor of office at Uniontown, Pa.; never before made ap. plication.

175, Pueblo, Colo.-Roy Black; served four years' apprenticeship in Alamosa, Colo.; has also worked at Kingsville, Texas; has never been employed in an organized town.

177, Springfield, I1l.-George A. Bohnert, age 29 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade at Pleasant Plains, III.; also worked at Ashland, Rochester and Camp Point, ill.

179, Leadville, Colo.- Edward Edwards, age 30 years; at present publishing a paper in Alma, Colo; formerly a inember, but allowed card to lapse.

180, Sioux City, Iowa.-- Barney C. Hagan, apprentice member. F. H. Hamilton; at trade eight years in Lake View, Iowa. C. A. Corbitt, formerly a member of La Crosse (Wis.) Union. Eugene Downs; at trade ten years in Le Verne, Minn.

188, Waco, Texas--Adgar A. Fitzhugh, age 24 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in Waco. L. R. Hurst, age 28 years; has worked in Anniston and Birmingham, Ala., and Waurika, Okla.; belonged to union several years; last card issued by Baton Rouge, La.; allowed same to lapse while out of business.

192, Cedar Rapids, Iowa-Herbert H. Hoadley; at trade four years in Cedar Rapids. Frank McFarland; at trade five years in Des Moines, Iowa. 193. Spokane, Wash.-E. S.

Brown, age 31 years; at trade thirteen years; learned trade in Elgin, Ill.; neved applied for membership before.

195. Paterson, N. J.-Cornelius Kamer, jr., age 34 years; at trade fourteen years; learned trade in Helder, Scotland; has never worked in any office but his own; was formerly a member of the union in Holland, but the local to which he belonged went out of existence; now working in own office.

108, Fort Worth, Texas-E. E. Whiteside, age 48 years; at trade twenty-nine yeurs; learned trade at Canton, Ill. ; has also worked in Vermont, III., and vicinity; has owned an office in Fairview, ill., for past twenty-five years.

209, Lincoln, Neb.--Milton M. Lyon, age, 48 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Lin. coln; worked in Alhambra and Anaheim, Cal.; never before made application.

213, Rockford, Ill. ---George C. Caldwell, age 24 years; learned trade in Rockford, Ill.

215, Decatur, Ill.-L. II. Theobald, age 23 years: at trade four years; served apprenticeship in Monticello, Pittsfield and Springfield, Ill. 221, San Diego, Cal.-Charles Ewalt, age

47 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in own office at Danville, Ill.

223, Maryville, Cal.--Edward T. Barrett, age 41 years; learned trade in Chicago, Ill. ; worked in Carbondale, Ill., Montgomery, Ala., and New Orleans, La.; has been out of business since 1904.

226, Vancouver, B. C.-David Louglınan, age 26 years; at trade seven and one-half years; learned trade in England.

231, San Jose, Cal.-M. Earle Adams, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Mount View, Cal.; has worked in Mayfield, Cal.; now conducting own office at Campbell, Cal. C. I. Dennis, age 23 years; at tracie four years; learned trade in Glenwood, Iowa, and San Jose, Cal.

237. Sandusky, Ohio, R. M. Horn: at trade thirty-three years; learned trade in Findlay, Ohio;

held a card in Grand Junction and Denver, Colo., and now holds card issued by Columbus (Ohio) Union, dated December 23, 1907; allowed card to lapse while employed as editor of small country paper. Harry Fry, age 21 years; at trade five years; worked in Carlisle, Newville and Chambersburg, Pa.

242, York, Pa.-Walter F. Chadwick, age 31 years; at trade thirteen years; learned trade at Media, Pa.; never before applied for membership.

243, Hutchinson, Kan.-Conrad B. Jones, age 29 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Emporia, Kan.; never made application before. Jack Billing, two-third membership; learning trade in Hutchinson; has worked three years August last.

249. Fort Smith, Ark.-L. B. Powell; at trade twelve years; has worked in Huntington, Ind., and Texarkana and Siloam Springs, Ark.; allowed card to lapse while working in the latter place. George C. Thayer, age 56 years; at trade forty-one years; learned trade in Hillsboro, Ohio; now work. ing in Van Buren, Ark. J. A. Thayer, age 62 years; at trade thirty-three years; learned trade in Van Buren, Ark.; now working in Van Buren, Ark.

270, New Castle, Pa.-B. H. Williams, age 27 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Ber. trand, Neb.; has also worked at Basin, Mont., and Colona, Vich. Fred Busford, age 18 years; at trade three years.

271, Boise, Idaho.-H. R. Terry, age 35 years; at trade seven years; has worked in Knoxville, Iowa; now working in Caldwell, Idaho.

274, Amsterdam, N. Y.-William Magadieu; learned trade in Fort Plain, N. Y.

277, Missoula, Mont.-C. P. Cowman; at trade ten years; learned trade in Casey, Iowa; has also worked in Stuart, Iowa, King City, Mo., and Guthrie, Iowa.

282, Sterling, Ill.-E. A. Brotsch, age 28 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in office of W. M. Rothschild, Chicago; has worked in various other offices in Chicago; formerly a member of No. 16, but allowed card to lapse while not fol. lowing the trade.

283, Oklahoma City, Okla.-J. 0. Brixcy, age 20 years; at trade four years, in unorganized towns in Tennessee. Eugene Mayhall, age 49 years; at trade thirty-two years; formerly heid card at Hannibal, Mo., but allowed same to lapse in 1888, since which time he has been in business for himself in unorganized towns. Jesse A Breiver, age 18 years; at trade six years; served apprenticeship in Hartford and Fort Smith, Ark. Joseph F. Wesley, age 22 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Cleveland, Ohio; has also worked on Bohemian papers in New York and Chicago.

288, Galesburg, 111.-T. R. Jordan, age 33 years; last held card in Fort Madison, Iowa, since which time he has worked in unorganized towns, but allowed card to expire.

298, Massilon, Ohio-George W. Denton, age 38 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Chardon, Ohio; has worked in Cleveland, Ohio; formerly member of Cleveland Union, but left that city in 1894, and was out of printing business for some years, afterward running country paper for himself. 301, Richmond, Ind.-1.

H. Nelson, age years; at trade twenty-three years; learned trade in Boston, Mass.; worked in Altoona and Pittsburg. Pa., and Cincinnati, Ohio; was a member of union seventeen years ago.

306, Alton, 111.-G. W. Tanner; learned trade at Bowling Green, Mo.; has worked at Kirksville, Mo.; never before applied for admission into any union.

316, North Adams. Vass.-H. Whitney, age 49 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Cambridge, Mass.; has also worked in West Som. erville, Vass.; never before applied for membershir

332, Juncie, Ind. ---George K. Wallace, age 40

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years; at trade thirty years; learned tracle in Lincoln, Ill.; worked in Dunkirk, Ind., Chicago, Ill., and Milwaukee, Wis.

339, Beaumont, Texas-D. C. Laurentz, age 30 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Gonzales, Texas; has worked in Fort Worth and Bay City, Texas; was elected to membership in Fort Worth, but left before being obligated.

341, Spartanburg, S. C.-Daisy H. Campbell; at trade five years; learned trade in Abbeville and Greenville, S. C.; never before applied for mem. bership.

345, Olean, N. Y.-T. G. St. John, age 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Cuba, N. Y.; worked in Mellsville, N. Y., and Genesee, Pa.

350, Joplin, Mo.-E. L. Turner, age 48 years; at trade thirty years; learned trade in Baxter Springs and Columbus, Kan.; now conducting job office in Neosho, Mo., carried union card twentyfive years, but allowed it to lapse while in unor. ganized town.

352, Phoenix, Ariz.-W. L. Reynolds, age years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Phoenix; has also worked in Los Angeles, Cal. Arthur C. Taylor, age 24 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Jamestown, Obio; has also worked at Wellston and Norwood. Ohio; at present employed at United States Indian school.

363, Jackson, Miss.-H. D. Lowd, age 43 years; at trade twenty-seven years; formerly a member oí Gulfport (Miss.) Union.

369, Taylorville, Ill.-B. L. Strother, age 57 years; at trade thirty-eight years; learned trade in Quincy, Ill.; since then has been in business for himself at Concordia, Kan.

374, Du Bois, Pa.-- Joseph Butts, age 27 years; at trade thirteen years; has always worked in Du Bois. Tom Cooper, age 55 years; at trade thirtyfive years; formerly a member of Columbus (Ohio) Union. 390, Pontiac, 111.-Fred

Thompson, age 33 years; at trade fourteen years; formerly a member of Decatur and Chicago Unions; now working at Fairbury, I11. George Myars, age years; at trade

years; learned trade in Fairbury, Edwin Beard, age 48 years; at trade twelve years.

397, Greensboro, N. (.-B. L. Ashby, age 24 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Park ersburg, W. Va. 440, New York (N. Y.) Hungarian-Steve Ku

age 35 years; at trade nineteen years; learned trade in Hungary. Jacob Reichfeld, age 35 years; at trade twenty-two years; learned trade in Hungary.

452, Tarentum, Pa.–Oliver F. Boyd, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Monaca and Beaver, Pa.; never before made application for membership. T. J. Little, age 31 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Meadville, Pa.; has worked in Harrisburg, Pa., Norwood, Mass., and Washington, D. C.; claims to have let card lapse in York, Pa.

454, Huntington, Ind.-H. W. Gaul, age 37 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade at Logansport, Ind. ; last worked at Elwood, Ind., when card was allowed to lapse.

458, Carlinville, Ill.--A. E. Franklin, age 39 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Mason City, Ill. ; has also worked in Ilot Springs, Ark., and Kankakee, Ill.

467, Niles, Mich.-W. L. Bowron, age 28 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Oshkosh, Wis.; has worked in Chicago, Ill., and Detroit, Mich.; never applied for admission before. Berton J. Deegan, age 21 years; at trade four and two. thirds years; learned trade in Niles, Mich.

469, Greenfield. Ind.-H. J. La Belle, age 33 years; at trade three and one-lialf years; learned trade in East Constable, N. Y.; worked in New York and Chicago.

482, Athens, Ohio-Omar Hasmon, age 27 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Caldwell,

Ohio; has worked in Hillsboro and Woodsfieli, Ohio.

484, Muskogee, Okla.-Howard S. Barton, age 28 years; learned trade in Ballston Spa, N. Y.; worked in Saratoga, N. Y. J. B. Swope, age 22 years; learned trade in Pineville, W. Va.; worked in Princeton, W. Va.; now working in Pryor Creek, Okla.

487, Viddletown, Ohio-Miss Clara Koeppel, age 29 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Middletown.

490, Shawnee, Okla.-G. H. Harding. age years; learned trade in Evansville, Ind.; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

503, Stamford, Conn.-Robert W. Waterson, age 30 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Glasgow, Scotland; has worked in Battle Creek and Detroit, Mich.; formerly held card, which he allowed to lapse, owing to sickness.

507, Princeton, N. J.-William E. Piggott, age 26 years; at trade nine years; learned trade at Hopewell, N. J.; has worked in Philadelphia; never before applied for membership.

528, Corpus Christi, Texas--- Arthur B. Bice, age 27 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Covington, Ind.; has worked in Dallas, Texas.

546, Chicago (111.) Polish-Peter Kaniek, age 26 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Europe; has worked in London and Jersey City.

548, Lancaster, Ohio-ll'alter E. McBride, age 25 years; at trade ten years; has also worked in Omaha; formerly a member of Omalia Union, but allowed card to lapse while working in country town.

555, Fernie, B. C.-N. F. Pite, age 25 years; at trade six years; learned trade in London, England; never before applied for admi sion into any union.

564, Aberdeen, S. D.-William Ringer, age 47 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Wil. ber, Neb.; worked in Miles City and Brookings.

572, Marshall, Texas-H. Cormack; has worked at Wessau and Magnalia, Miss., and Marshall, Texas; formerly held a card in Minneapolis.

573, Aberdeen, Wash.-H. M. Blodgett, age 38 years; at trade twenty-five years; meniber of Ashland (Wis.) L'nion from 1889 to 1894, but allowed card to lapse.

584, Independence. Kan.-Claude W. Allen, age 24 years; has worked in Liberty, Cherryvale and Caney, Kan.

587, Guthrie, Okla.--IIarry Lloyd, age 21 years; at trade three years and nine months; learned trade in Guthrie; also worked in Oklahoma City.

596, Houghton, Mich.-J. 0. Ostman, age 39 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Finland; has also worked in New York and Brooklyn.

612, Neenah, Wis.- N. C. Gintz, age 61 years.

613, Enid, Okla.--Carl Thrasher, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Enid.

619, Sapulpa, Okla.-Ned Newton, age 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Wichita, Kan.; worked in Kansas City, Mo.

633, Lawton, Okla.-. R. Comles, age 36 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade at Richland, Mo.; has also worked at Frederick, Pawnee and Shattuck, Okla.: formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

635, Poplar Bluff. Mo.-C. M. White, age 47 year's at' trade thirty years; learned trade in Bow.. ig Green, Mo.; has worked in Denver, Omat and Des Moines; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while working in unorganized town.

638, Salina. Kan.-C. E. Vercer, age 37 years; at trade twenty-four years; learned trade in Bur. lingame, Kan.; has worked in Beloit, Kan.

J. E. Jones, age 49 years; at trade thirty years; learned trade in Clay Center, Kan.

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112, Scranton, Pa. Eaton, Jay, II.-Age 61 years; originally joined Philadelphia Union in 1868; has also been affiliated with unions in New York and Scranton; has been a continuous member of the organization for forty. one years.

167, Schenectady, N. Y. Haskins, Frank Horton-Age 68 years; original. ly joined Troy (N. Y.) Union in 1864; has been affiliated with Schenectady Union since 1899; has been a continuous member of the organization for forty-five years.

188, Waco, Texas. Parks, Martin D.-Age 67 years; originally joined Montgomery (Ala.) Union in 1867; readmitted in Waco Union in 1901; has since been a continuous member.

PENSION APPLICATIONS. [Objections to the granting of the old age pen. sion to the following petitioners must be filed with Secretary-Treasurer Hays within thirty days. ]

6, New York, N. Y. Durocher, Joseph A. L.-Age 73 years; originally joined New York Union No. 6 in 1869; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty-six years.

Rice, Henry S.-Age 70 years; originally joined New York Union in 1888; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty-one years.

8, St. Louis, Mo. Lockwood, William E.--Age 60 years; originally joined St. Louis Union in 1869; re-admitted in New York Union in 1883; during past twenty years has been affiliated with unions in New York, St. Louis and Quincy; has been a continuous member for twenty-six years.

II, Baltimore German-American. Sody, Joseph--Age 62 years; originally joined New York Typographia in 1869; has been a con. tinuous member of Baltimore Typographia since 1871; has been a continuous member of the organization for forty years.

13, Boston, Mass. Carr, Charles H.-Age 80 years; originally joined Boston Union in 1877; has been a continuous member of that local for thirty years.

Colman, Henry J.-Age 63 years; originally joined Boston Union in 1886; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty-three years.

16, Chicago, Ill. Mason, Joseph E.-Age 60 years; originally joined Detroit Union in 1869 or 1870; has been affiliated with unions in New York, Pittsburg, Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati and Logansport, Ind.; has been a continuous member of the organization for thirty-nine years.

45, Leavenworth, Kan. Murray, John N.-Age 70 years; originally joined Chicago Union in 1866; has been a contin. uous member of Leavenworth (Kan.) Union for twenty-one years.

52, Troy, N. Y. Coffeen, Henry-Age 72 years; originally joined Troy Union as charter member in 1864; has been a continuous member of that local ever since.

59, Quincy, Ill. Schulte, John William---Age 64 years; originally joined Quincy Union in 1868; has since been a continuous member of that local.

101, Washington, D. C. Ginck, John L.-Age 70 years; originally joined Columbia Typographical Union in 1888; has since been a continuous member of that local.

Stanford, Clayton— Age 61 years; originally joined Columbia Typographical Union in 1869; has been a continuous member for thirty-seven years.

Whitcomb. Henry D.-.\ge 63 years; originally joined Detroit Union in 1876; deposited Detroit card in Columbia Union in 1895; has since been a continuous member of that local; has been a con. tinuous member of the organization for thirty. three years.

PENSION APPLICATIONS APPROVED SINCE

LAST REPORT. The following is a list of members whose appli. cations for the old age pension have been approved by the executive council since last report:

3, German-American, St. Louis, Mo. John Voit.

6, New York, N. Y. George Copeland.

7, Pittsburg, Pa. James S. Sandrus.

8, St. Louis, Mo. Robert B. Hindle.

16, Chicago, Ill. George F. Williams.

21, San Francisco, Cal. Benjamin Long.

101, Washington, D. C. Jeremiah J. Fenton, Henry C. Shearer, Richard B. Topham.

126, Butte, Mont. Philip Corcoran.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Albuquerque, N. M.-President, C. R. Shade; vice-president, J. M. Sylvester; secretary-treasurer, Ira Bacon; executive committee, A. C. Collins, Coral Roberts and Ben Digneo; sergeant-at-arms, F. T. Strother.

Atlantic City, N. J.-President, W. F. Jennings; vice-president, C. L. Cramer; secretary-treasurer, Charles Lester; recording secretary, Theodore Ferichke; trustees, Harry Amole, John Kiloh and Herman Fielder; sergeant-at-arms, Charles Flippan.

Battle Creek, Mich.-President, M. M. Hearns; vice-president, D. D. Robertson; secretary-treasurer, C. D. Amadon; recording secretary, P. H. O'Keeffe; sergeant-at-arms, A. M. llorton.

Corpus Christi. Texas--President, R. H. Marshall; vice-president, J. L. Gilbert; sergeant-atarms, George P. Blevins; executive committee, J. L. Gilbert, George P. Blevins and W. B. Littig; label committee, Van Tilburg, George P. Blevins and M. W. Tinney.

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho-President, E. A. Guptill; vice-president, G. W. Sonnichsen; secretary, F. W. Holmes; executive committee, Roy Manley, G. W. Sonnichsen and H. C. Shaver.

Deadwood, S. D.-President, A. D. Landers; vice-president. George Christopher; secretary-treas. urer, Guy Knowles.

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SECRETARY-TREASURER'S REPORT.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., September 20, 1909. To Subordinate Unions:

The following is a report of the receipts and expenditures from August 20, 1909, to date, and the accounts herein 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. Aug. 20. Balance general fund. $95,092 84 Aug. 20. Balance old age pension fund 188,639 14 1, Indianapolis-For balance July and August

171 45 For balance July and August pen

sion assessment..
2, Philadelphia--For August..

For August pension assessment...
For supplies..

10 00 3, Cincinnati-For August..

228 60 For August pension assessment... 236 35 For arrears eight-hour assessment.

16 84 4, Albany-For August....

189 90 For August pension assessment....

138 70 5, Columbus-For August...

I 25 55
For August pension assessment..
For supplies...

4 05 6, New York-For August..

2,790 00 For August pension assessment.... 2,591 14 7, Pittsburg-For August..

280 80 For August pension assessment.... 271 15 For Journal subscriptions.

4 20 For donation to Home..

50 00 For supplies..

6 00 8, St. Louis-For August..

502 65 For August pension assessment.. 460 89 9, Buffalo-For August...

138 15 For August pension assessment... 10, Louisville--For August..

108 00 For August pension assessment..

96 95 For twenty Journals.. 11, Memphis-For August.

84 15 For August pension assessment.. For donation to Home...

For supplies... 12, Baltimore-For August.

216 00 For August pension assessment.. 209 35

For arrears eight-hour assessment. 90 93 13, Boston-For August.....

612 00 For August pension assessment... 438 91 14, Harrisburg-For August.

46 80 For August pension assessment.. 34 43 15, Rochester-For August..

For August pension assessment.... 49 36 16, Chicago-For August..

1,416 25
For arrears eight-hour assessment. 14 5)
For August pension assessment... 1,400 67
For transportation account J. M.
Campbell

31 60. For supplies.. 17, New Orleans—For August..

169 65 For August pension assessment.. For supplies..

18 00 19, Elmira-For August.

14 85 For August pension assessment..

9 95 For supplies..

5 05 20, Nashville--For August..

99 90 For August pension assessment..

85 50 21, San Francisco.For August..

420 30 For August pension assessment.. 474 10 22, Dubuque-For August..

24 30 For August pension assessment.... 23, Milwaukee-For August..

171 00 For August pension assessment.... 129 46 For supplies..

24, Jackson-For August...

For August pension assessment... 25, Baton Rouge-For August..

For August pension assessment...

For supplies.. 27, Mobile-For July...

For July pension assessment. 28, Galveston-For August..

For August pension assessment... 29, Peoria-For August.....

For August pension assessment.. 30, St. Paul-For August....

For August pension assessment...

For supplies.. 31, Fond du Lac-For August.

For part August pension assessment 32, Norfolk-For August.

For August pension assessment... 33, Providence-For August..

For August pension assessment...

For supplies.. 34, Columbia--For August...

For August pension assessment.. 35, Evansville-For August...

For August pension assessment... 36, Oakland-For August....

For August pension assessment.. 37, Honolulu-For Aug. pension ass'ın't 39, Grand Rapids-For August....

For August_pension assessment... 40, St. Joseph-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 41, Augusta-For August.

For August pension assessment....

For donation to Home.. 42, Minneapolis--For August..

For August pension assessment... 43, Charleston-For August...

For August pension assessment.. 44, Rome-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 45, Leavenworth-For August.

For August pension assessment...

For donation to Home. 46, Sacramento-For August..

For August pension assessment...

For supplies.. 47, New Haven---For August.

For August pension assessment. 48, Atlanta-For August.....

For August pension assessment.. 49, Denver-For July and August..

For July and Aug. pension ass'm't
For transportation account W. W.

Kelsey

For supplies... 50, Valley City-For July and August..

For July and Aug. pension ass'm't
For transportation account A. E.

Satterlee
For Journal card..

For supplies..
52, Troy-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 53. Cleveland-For August..

For August pension assessment....

For supplies.. 54, Raleigh-For August.

For August pension assessment.. 55, Syracuse--For August..

For August pension assessment.. 56, Stockton-For August.

For August pension assessment.. 57, Dayton-For August...

For August pension assessment...

For supplies..
18, Multnomah-For August..

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59, Quincy-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 60, Roanoke-For August.

For August pension assessment.

For supplies.. 61, Cambridge--For August..

For August pension assessment.. 62, Utica-For August..

For August pension assessment... 63, Toledo-For August...

For August pension assessment...

For supplies.. 64, Lafayette-For August..

For August pension assessment... 65, Washoe-For August...

For August pension assessment.. 66, Portland-For August.

For August pension assessment..

For supplies.. 67, Lockport--For August.

For August pension assessment.. 68, Keokuk-For August.

For August pension assessment...

For donation to Home... 69, Newark-For July and August..

For July and Aug. pension ass'm't 70, Lancaster-For August......

For August pension assessment... 71, Trenton-For July and August..

For July and Aug. pension ass'm't 72, Lansing-For August...

For August pension assessment... 73, Ottumwa-For August...

For August_pension assessment.. 75, Burlington-For August...

For August pension assessment.. 76, Terre Haute-For July..

For July pension assessment. 77, Erie- For August.

For August pension assessment.. 78, Fort Wayne-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 79, Wheeling-For September...

For August pension assessment..

For Journal subscription... 80, Kansas City-For August.

For August pension assessment..

For supplies.. 81, Bay City-For Tuly...

For July pension assessment.. 82, Colorado Springs--For August..

For August pension assessment. 83, Hebrew-American-For August.

For ugust pension assessment. 84, San Bernardino---For August....

For August pension assessment.. 85, St. John-For July...

For July_pension assessment.. 86, Reading-For August.

For August pension assessment.. 87, Houston--For August...

For August pension assessment... 88, Hannibal-For August...

For August pension assessment...

For supplies... 89, Chattanooga-For July and lugust.

For July and Aug. pension ass'm't 90, Richmond-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 91, Toronto-For August.

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For August pension assessment.... 92, Little Rock-For August..

For August pension assessment... 93, Macon-For August...

For Tugust pension assessinent.

For supplies.. 94, Jersey City-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 95, Helena--For August...

For August pension assessment... 96, Glens Falls--For August...

For August pension assessment... 97, Peru-For July. .

For July pension assessment.

99, Jackson-For August..

For August pension assessment... 100, Norwich-For August...

For August pension assessment... 101, Columbia-For August.

For August pension assessment... 102, Ottawa-For August..

For August pension assessment... 103, Newark-For August.

For part August pension assessm't 104, Birmingham-For August..

For August pension assessment... 105, Goldfield-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 106, Madison-For August...

For August pension assessment.. 107, Tri-City-For August...

For August pension assessment.. 108, Hagerstown-For August..

For August pension assessment... 109, Pittsfield-For July....

For July pension assessment. 110, Union 11 ill-For July and August...

For July and Aug. pension ass'm't 111, Knoxville-For August...

For August pension assessment... 112, Scranton-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 113, Atchison-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 114, Annapolis--For August.

For August pension assessment... 115, Salt Lake-For August...

For August pension assessment...

For supplies.... 116, Kenosha--For August...

For August pension assessment..

For supplies. 117, Springfield-For August.

For August pension assessment... 118, Des Moines-For August...

For August pension assessment.. 119, Jefferson City-For July.

For July pension assessment. 120, Lynn-For August..

For August pension assessment.. 121, Topeka-For July...

For July pension assessment. 122, Kalamazoo-For August...

For August pension assessment.. 123, Wilmington-For August....

For August pension assessment.... 124, Bloomington--For August....

For August pension assessment.... 125, Durham-For Jugust..

For August pension assessment... 1 26, Butte-For Tugust...

For August pension assessment..

For donation to Ilome.. 127, Hartford-For July..

For July pension assessment.

For supplies..
128, South Bend-For August..

For August pension assessment..
For donation to Ilome..

For supplies...
129, Hamilton--For August.

For August pension assessment.. 130, Halifax--For August..

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For August pension assessment.. 131, Bohemian --For September...

For August pension assessment...

For supplies... 132, Camden-For August.

For arrears eight-hour assensment.

For August pension assessment... 133, London--For August....

For August pension assessment... 134, Paducah-For September....

For lugust pension assessment.. 135, Oneonta-For September....

For August pension assessment.. 136, Duluth-For August..

For August pension assessment..
For supplies....

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