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153-GARRETT, IND.

170-WELLSVILLE, O., meets Arst Friday, second E... BOARDYAN, C.E. and Sec. of Ins..... Box 80 Sunday and Fourth Tuesday of each month, 10 G. S. THOMPSON, F. A. E. and Journal Agit, Box 242 Aten's Hal.

J.C. DENSLOW, C. E.. 155-DECATUR, ILL., meets Arst and third Sunday H.C. PARMALER, Cor. Sec. & Sec of Ins.

CHAs. KLASGYE, F.A. E... at 10 o'clock, &. m. JOIN WARREN, C. E.

.......Box 164 W. HAYS, F.A. E. and Sec. of Ins ........ Box 164 171-HOBOKEN, N.J meets in American Mechen.

Ics' Hall, No. 80 Washington street, Arst and third 157–CENTRAL DIVISION, AT COMMUNIPAW Wednesdays, and second and fourth Fridays of N.J., meets first Monday of each month, at 11 a.

each month, at 12:30 P. m. m., and third Friday at 7:30 p. m., at Masonic OEN R. ENGLISH, C. E..

Box 194 Hall, corner Pacific ave.and Maple st.

SAMUEL D. HARRIS, F. A. E. and Sec. of Ins., Box 194 M. N. CLAPP, C. E

....C.R. R., N. J. shops, M.A. LOVELL, F. A.E. and Sec. of Ins. C. R, R, of 172--BINGHAMTON, N. Y., meets first and third N.J.shops.

Sundays of each month, at 8 p.m., in Engineers'

Hall, opposite Erie Depot. 158--TRUCKEE, AT WADSWORTH, NEV.

W.L, SPAULDING, C.E., Station A... JAS. ABBAY, CE..

Box 4 C, F.SALMON, F. A. E. and Sec. of Ins..Box 132 StaGILBERT LEMERY, F. A.E.

Box 4 tlon A.

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159-CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, meets first and third 173_OIL CREEK, AT OIL CITY, PA., meets every

Sundays of each month, at 11 a. m., at Engineers' Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.. at Reynolds & Hokill's
Hall, Merchant's Block, Iowa avenue.

Block, corner of Seneca and Sycamore sts.
A.G. SMITH, C. E....
Box 150 G. S. FRAZINE, C.E.,

Box 119
H. A. WOLCOTT, F. A. E..
Box 267 ) M. MORIARTY, F. A. E

Box 351
D H. DEGEAR, Sec. of Ins...

Box 903 Jag. Fox, Cor. Sec.

PETER CRAHAX, Sec. of Ins. 160-CAPITOL, AT WASHINGTON, P. C., meets every first and third Sunday in each month, at 3 175-OLENTANGY, AT DELAWARE, O., meets

o'clock p. m. H. BOYER: C.E..

706 Sixth st.

every Sunday at Engine House. HENRY H. RICHMOND. C.E.

Box 376 J. W. BULLMAN, F.A. E.

..607 Md, ave.C.C. ROBINSON F.A. E. and Sec. of Ins.... Box 241 161-SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., meets second and

fourth Sundays, at 12 m., of each month, at 176-BARABOO, WIS. 909% Market Bt.

JOHN ANDERSON, C. E..

Lock Box 82 W». BBADLEY, C. E Box 50, Brooklyn, Cal. C.W. SHELPIR, F. A. E.

Lock Box 82 HARRY BREWER, F. A.E.& Cor. Sec. and Sec. of Ins. A. LEMAY, Sec. of IDS

Box 167 4 Oak Grove ave.

GEO. W. WHITFIELD, Journal Agent 163–PASSUMPSIC, AT LYNDONVILLE, VT., meets 177-DENISON, TEXAS, meets every Wednesday

second Wednesday and fourth Thursdays, at En. gineers' Hall, Week's Block,

evening in Masonic Hall. L. S. Howr,C. E..

J. K. COLLINS, C.E...... Box 81, Corsicana, Texas.

Box 26

GEO. LYONS, F. A. E. C. B. PIKE, F.A E....

...Derby Line Vt.

16-MASSASOIT, AT ATCHISON, KAN., meets 175– SEDALIA, MO., meets first, second and

every first and third Saturday evening in Engineers fourth Saturday Bights of each month, in Knights
Hall, Commercial street, between Second and Third of Pythias' Hall, Ohio st., opposite P.O.
streets.

E. COGLEY, C. E...

Box 878 BURT S. CRAFT, C. E..

R. LISTER, F.A E..

Lock Box 878 JAS. STRAHAN, F. A. E and Sec. of Ins. Lock Box 754 J. H. HOPE, Journal Agent and Sec. of Ins.. Box 878

165-CAYUGA, AT ITHACA, N. Y., meets second 179--PARSONS, KANSAS, meets first Sunday and and fourth Mondays of each month, at 7:30 p. m.,

third Friday of each month. in Odd Fellows' Háll, corner State and Cayaga 8t8. C. H. HOWLETT, C. E...

Box 696 H. HILLIKER, C. E.....

WM O'HERIN, F. A. E.

Box 628
Cuae. POPPLEWELL, F. A. E.. ....... Box 296 J. H. REILLEY Cor. Sec...

Box 505
D.H. DUNUAN, Sec. of Ins.

Box 297 166-CARBONDALE, PA, meets first and third

Tuesday of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in Stuart's 180-MINNEHAHA, AT MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.,
Hall, Salem st.
D. C. BENSCOTER, C. E. and Sec. of Ins.....

meets every second and fourth Sunday in Druld's PR VANDERMARK, F. A. E....

Box 639

Hall, Bridge Square, Mendenhall Block. Open

8t 1 p. m.
JOHN B. Johnson, C, E...

Box 291 167-DEVEREUX, AT W. CLEVELAND, O., meets F.M. Dunn, F. A. E., 1810 16th ave., s. Minneapolis.

every alternate Sunday at 2 o'clock, commencing

Sept. 30, 1877
JOHN LEEPILART, C. E

A. & G. W. Shope. 181-ELDON, IOWA.
C. E. SYMONDS, F. A. E.

75 Merchant sve.

A.J. SHEFFER,C. E.... Wilton, Muscatine Co., Iowa.
HUGH LARKINS, Sec. of Ins............55 Pelton ave. Robr. MCGUIRE, F. A. E.

Box 398
PETER BLAKE. Sec. and Treas of Ins., W11ton Junc-

tion, Trenton, Mo. 168-GRAND RIVER, AT IONIA, MICH., meets

first and third Fridays of each month. TERRY DOLAN, C. E.

Box 129 182-LITTLE ROCK, ARK., meets every Saturday HARRY HAYS, 7.A. E. and Sec. of Ins Box 129

at Engineers' Hall, cor. Main and Markham ats., GRO. R. ABBOTT, Cor. Sec. and Journal Ag't, Box 777

&t 7:30 p. m.
G.C. STANTON, C.E.....

.L. Box 653 169--SYRACUSE, N. Y., meets first and third Tues

ISIDRO CASAT, F. A. E., and Sec. of Ins., L. Box 653 days, at 1:30 p.'m., and second Sunday,

at 8 p. m. of each

month, in Britcher's Hall, cor, South-west 183–0MAHA, NEB., meets 20 and 4th Saturday and Gifford sts.

evenings in Knights of Pythias' Hall. JOIN HAYDEN, C. E.. 66 West Fayette st. T. C. LIVINGSTON, C. E.

110 Howard st. R. W. WILLIAMS, F. A.E. .201 Gifford st. Geo. T. WILKINS, F.A. E.....

South 9th st. S. W. WATKINS, Sec. of Ins.

.68 Tully st. 1 B. C. HOWARD, Sec. of Ins..... .Grand Island, Neb.

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84-STUART, IOWA.

188-STRATFORD, ONT.-Meets 2d and 4th Satur.
G. T. NETTLES, C.E...

Box 118 day of each month.
J.H. WILLIAMS. F. A. E..
Box 213 G. B. RIDDELL, C. E.

Box 337
J.C. STEPHENS Sec. of Ins..

T.J. LOONEY. F. A. E.

Box 397 1. F. ROQERS, Cor. Sec...

Jos. Bowx, Sec. of Ins

Box 387
JAS. SRINAN, Journal Agent:

189--BELLEVILLE, ONT.

H. MAYo, C, E... 185—JANESVILLE, WIS,

T. MONARB, F.A. E.

.Box 358
C.T. WINSLOW, C.E....

Box 84 G. TEALE, Cor. Sec.
JOHN ROBERTS, F. A E..

Box 1688 F.L. STREET, Journal Agent....
JOHN HEATH, Cor. Sec, and Sec. of Ins.... Box 827
GEO.J. NICHOLS, Journal Agent..

190-PALESTINE, TEXAS, meets first and third

Sundays of each month, In Odd Fellows' Hall.
186-DENVER, COLORADO, meets in Engineers' WILLD. YOUNG, F. A. E............I.& Gt. N. R. R.

P.H. RAMADELL, C. E..
Hall, every Saturday evening.
F. P. WILLSON, C. E...
E.C. BOVEE, F. A. E., and Journal Agent...

191-WACAUSETT, AT FITCHBURG, MASS.
GEO. W. DAYIS, Sec. of Ins.
Box 2034 J. W. ABBOTT, C. E...

..... Box 146
H. A. SPEAR, F, A. E..

Box 146 187--MARSHALL, TEXAS, meets Arat and third | 192-HAZLETON, PA.,

meets first Tuesday and third
Wednesday, in Odd Fellows' Block.

Saturday of each month in Patriotic Song of
JAS, A. Joxxs, C. E..

America Hall, Broad street.
DAVID BRAINXRD, F.A. E, .......

CARIS FAGAN, CE..
R.J. DUNCAN, Sec. of Ins

Box 422 | TROS. RILEY, F. A.E.

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BY O, A. HOXSIE,
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