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Full text of "Articles of association, by-laws and official roster of the Lincoln Club of Lafayette, Indiana, July, 1897"

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Articles of Association, 
By-Laws A^'D 
Official Roster 



THE 

LINCOLN 

CLUB 



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- - OF . . 

LaFayette, Indiana, 
July, 1897. 



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Orgamzed March 4, 1880. 
House Ope>hd April 15, 1880. 
House Puschased May 20. 188 



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OFFICERS, 1897. 



PresiGtat. 
ist TTics-Pres., 
2nd. "v"3;s-Pres., 

SeCJElETV', 



H. W. Moore 

R. B. Wallace, Jr. 

C. A. Burnett 

H. T. Brockenbrough 

G. L. Mueller 

("R. B. Sample 

I T. H. Warwick 

J. S. Dodd 

W. E. Beach 

S. D. Phillips 

W. W. Johnson 



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Allen County Fu';::c Librae 

900 V/ebsler S::c=t 

PO Box 2270 

Fort Wayne, IN 45801-2270 



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ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION. 



Article I. 
The corporate name of this association 
shall be The Lincoln Club of LaFayette; 
its location, the City of LaFayette, Tippe- 
canoe County, Indiana. 

Article II. 
This association is incorporated for liter- 
ary and scientific purposes, and for mutual 
improvement. 

Article III. 

The officers of this association shall be a 
President, two Vice-Presidents, a Secretary, 
a Treasurer, and a Board of Directors, nine 
in number. All officers shall be elected by 
ballot, at an annual meeting of the associa- 
tion, to be held on the first Saturday of 
March in each year, and shall immediately 
thereafter take their offices. A majority of 
all the votes cast shall constitute an elec- 
tion. All officers, excepting Directors, as 
hereinafter provided, shall be elected for a 
term of one year. At each annual election 



after the first, held under these amended 
Articles of Association, two Directors shall 
be elected for a term of three years. At the 
first election held under these amended Ar- 
ticles, two of the Board of Directors shall 
be elected to serve for one year, two for a 
term of two years, and two for a term of 
three years. 

The President, Secretary' and Treasurer 
shall be, ex officio, members of the Board of 
Directors, bat neither of them, when elected, 
shall be cliosen from the Directors then 
holding over. All officers shall serve until 
their successors are elected and take their 
offices. 

Article IV. 

The corporate seal of this association 
shall be in the following form, style and de- 
scription, to wit : a circular, indented im- 
pression, ha^ving on its margin the words 
'■ Lincoln Club, LaFayette," across its cen- 
ter the figures "i8So," and on its face a 
design representing fasces, encircling which 
are the words, "^aiione, Amicitia Ex- 
emploque. " 

Article V. 
The members of this association shall be 
governed by such by-laws and rules as may 
be adopted from time to time. Membership 



maj' be terminated b^' resignation, forfeiture 
or expulsion. 

Article VI. 
After the 3d day of March, 18S3, no certifi- 
cates of stock in this Association shall be 
issued. Persons who may hereafter become 
members of the same shall, in lieu of being 
required to purchase stock, pay an initiation 
fee, as provided in the by-laws. The cer- 
tificates of stock which have been heretofore 
issued shall, so far as practicable, be surren- 
dered to the Secretary of the Club, to be by 
him held in trust until all said certificates 
are so surrendered, when all of the stock 
shall thereupon be canceled. 

Article VII. 
All right and interest of each member in 
the estates, property, privileges and fran- 
chises belonging to this association shall 
cease at his death, or when his membership 
in this association is terminated. 

Article VIII. 
These Articles of Association may be 
amended by a three-fourths vote of the 
members present at any annual meeting of 
the Club. 



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BY - LAWS. 



Article I. 
The officers of The Lincoln Club shall be 
a President, two Vice-Presidents, a Secre- 
tary, a Treasurer and a Board of nine 
Directors. All officers shall be elected by 
ballot at an annual meeting of the Club, to 
be held on the first Saturday of March in 
each year, and shall immediately thereafter 
take their offices.. Amajority of all the votes 
cast shall constitute an election. All offi- 
cers, excepting Directors, as hereinafter 
provided, shall be elected to serve for a term 
of one year. At each annual election after 
the first, held under these amended Articles 
of Association and amended By-Laws, two 
Directors shall be elected for a term of three 
years. At such first election two of the Board 
of Directors shall be elected to serve for one 
year, two for a term of two years, and two 
for a term of three years. The President, 
Secretary and Treasurer shall be, ex officio, 
members of the Board of Directors, but 



neither of them, when elected, shall be 
chosen from the Directors then holding 
over. All officers shall serve until their 
successors are elected and take their offices. 

Article II. 
The President, or in his absence, one of 
the Vice-Presidents, shall preside at all 
meetings of the Club, with power to vote in 
cases of tie. 

Article III. 
The Secretary shall keep the records and 
papers of the Club, except those relating to 
its current financial affairs; shall send out 
all notices, answer all correspondence, and 
perform such other duties as may be assign- 
ed to him by the Board of Directors. 

Article IV. 
The Treasurer shall keep the accounts of 
the Club, collect and disburse its funds, 
under the direction of the Board of Direc- 
tors, and exhibit his accounts at the annual 
meeting of the Club. He shall exhibit the 
books at any time to any member of the 
Board of Directors, [upon reasonable request. 

Article V. 
The government and control^of the]Club, 
of its affairs and its membership, are en- 



trusted to the Board of Directors, who shall i 

have power ; 

To admit and expel members by ballot, \ 

one adverse ballot excluding, and a two- 
thirds vote of the nine members of the 
Board in favor of expulsion, expelling; 

To declare forfeited the membership of 
any member of the Club for non-payment 
of dues, assessments or other indebtedness, 
or for an}' misconduct, and the Board shall 
be the judges of what constitutes such mis- 
conduct ; 

To fill any vacancy that may occur in any 
office until the next ensuing annual meeting 
of the Club, when the Club shall fill such 
vacancy ; 

To admit visitors ; 

To appoint, direct and dismiss the em- , 

ploy^s and servants of the Club ; 

To make rules for the use of the Club by 
its members, and for their conduct in the 
Club-house, and anj- other regulations not 
inconsistent with the By-Laws and Articles 
of Association ; 

To fix and remit penalties for the viola- | 

tion of the By-Laws and Rules ; 

To call special meetings of the Club to ; 

consider specific subjects, notice of such . 00 

meetings to be sent to each member at least i o 



five daj-s before the same are to occur, and 
the subject or subjects of such meetings to 
be stated in the notices ; 

To have charge of all the property, effects 
and assets of the Club. 

Article VI. 
The Board of Directors shall meet at 7.30 
p. m. on the first Thunsdaj- in each month. 
Five members shall constitute a quorum at 
any meeting. Special meetings of the Board 
maj- be called at the request of the President 
or of any. two members of the Board, upon 
notice given at least twenty-four hours be- 
fore the time appointed therefor. Any 
member of the Board absent from three con- 
secutive regular meetings without permis- 
sion of the Board, or without sufiicient 
excuse, may, by a vote of the Board, be 
held to have resigned his office. 

The Board of Directors shall report at 
each annual meeting upon the condition of 
the Club. 

Article VII. 
The annual meeting of the Club shall be 
held on the first Saturday of March in each 
year, at 8.00 p. m. At any meeting of the 
Club twenty-five members shall constitute 
a quorum. In the absence of the President 
and Vice-Presidents, the presiding officer 



pro tern, shall be chosen by the members 
present. Voting by proxy shall not be al- 
lowed. No stranger shall be present at any 
meeting of the Club. 

Article VIII. 
Fifteen members may call a special meet- 
of the Club, with or without the consent of 
the oflBcers, by posting a written call, over 
their own signatures, upon the bulletin 
board in the' Club-house; notice of such 
meeting to be sent to each member of the 
Club at least five days before the same is to 
occur, and the subject or subjects of such 
meeting to be stated in the notices. 

Article IX. 
The number of resident members of this 
Club is limited to one hundred and fifty. 
Only such persons as are more than twenty- 
one years of age, and in politics belong to 
the Republican party, shall be eligible for 
membership. Such persons that reside out- 
side of LaFayette or West LaFayette may, 
if otherwise eligible, be elected non-resident 
members of the Club. They shall enjoy all 
the privileges of membership except the 
right to hold ofiSce or to vote, but shall ac- 
quire no interest in the property of the Club. 
The names of all persons proposed for mem- 
bership, with the nanies of the members 



proposing them, shall be posted on the bul- 
letin boaxd for at least fourteen days, and 
the amount of the initiation fee must be 
paid to the Treasurer of the Club before be- 
ing voted upon by the Board of Directors. 
The}- shall consider and treat as confidential 
all communications in reference to the per- 
sons proposed, make careful examination as 
to their qualifications, and shall pass upon 
the name of each candidate separately. One 
negative vote shall be a rejection of a can- 
didate. No person so rejected shall be 
eligible for six months thereafter. The pro- 
ceedings of the Board shall be secret and 
confidential. A member-elect must pay a 
proportion of the quarterly dues correspond- 
ing to the unexpired portion of the current 
quarter year, no notice being taken of the 
fraction of a month. 

Article X. 

For resident members the initiation fee 
shall be twenty-five dollars ; the annual 
dues eighteen dollars. For non-resident 
members the initiation fee and annual dues 
shall be one-half of the amount paid by 
resident members. The annual dues shall 
be payable in advance on the first days of 
January, April, July and October in each 
year. . : ; , 



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In case a non-resident member shall be- 
come a resident of LaFayette or West 
LaFayette, he shall be required to pay an 
additional initiation fee of the same amount 
that he paid at the time of his admission to 
the Club. 

Where a resident member shall become 
a non-resident, he shall be entitled, on 
written notice to the Secretary-, to be classed 
as a non-resident member, and his reduction 
in dues shall date from time of said notice. 
A resident member, who has changed to a 
non-resident member, and then again be- 
comes a resident member, shall be exempt 
from paying any additional initiation fee. 
The Board of Directors shall be authorized 
to decide, in case gf doubt, in regard to the 
residence of members. 

When the dues, assessments, or other 
indebtedness of any member shall remain 
unpaid for two months after a written notice 
to pay the same shall have been sent to him, 
his membership shall be declared forfeited 
by the Board of Directors, and he shall 
thereupon cease to be a member of the Club. 
A member thus forfeiting his membership, 
may be reinstated within three months after 
such forfeiture, by a two-thirds vote of the 
Board, upon the payment of all arrears. 
A member resigning shall be held liable for 



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the fall payment of dues for the current 
quarter year. No one who shall forfeit his 
membership shall be admitted into the 
Club House, unless re-instated or re-elected. 
If any one, having forfeited his member- 
ship, shall be re-elected a member, he shall 
■pay the amount of his indebtedness due at 
the time of forfeiture, in addition to the 
initiation fee and dues. 

Article XI. 

No member of the Club shall be expelled 
for misconduct, until he shall have been 
afforded an opportunity to be heard before 
the Board of Directors in his defense. A 
motion to reconsider the expulsion of a 
member, may be made at the same meeting 
when such expulsion is resolved upon, or at 
the next regular meeting of the Board of 
Directors, but at no other time No one 
who shall have been expelled from the Club, 
shall ever be reelected a member or admitted 
into the Club House. 

Article XII. 

A member may invite to the Club House, 
once only, a resident of the city of LaFayette, 
who desires to become a member of the Club. 



otherwise male residents of the city of La- 
Fayette, not members of the Club, shall not 
be admitted to the Club House, excepting 
on the occasion of a public reception. A 
member may invite a non-resident visitor 
to the privileges of the Club for one day, by 
recording his name upon the Visitor's Book, 
but can have no more than two guests at a 
time. The invitation may be extended two 
weeks upon the written assent of a member 
of the Board of Directors, and maybe re- 
peated, if the visitor has been absent from 
the city three months. The Board of Direc- 
tors maj- revoke thef invitation at any time. 
The names and residences of all visitors, 
and the names of the members introducing 
them, must be recorded, and such members 
will be held responsible for their guests. 

Article XIII. 

No debt beyond the ordinary running 
expenses, shall be created without a two- 
thirds vote of a meeting of the Club. A 
two-thirds vote of a meeting of the Club 
shall be necessary to levy an assessment. 

Article XIV. 

Upon all questions of the construction of 

the By-Laws, the decision of the Board of 

Directors shall control, until overruled by a 

two-thirds vote of a meeting of the Club. 



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Anj- By-Law may be suspended bj- a two- 
thirds vote of a meeting of the Club. 

Article XV. 
A register shall be kept in the Club 
House, in which any member may record 
his name and address. Notices mailed to 
the address of any member, as noted in the 
register, shall be considered properly sent. 
If a member fails to record his address in 
the register, notices shall be mailed to his 
last address known to the Secretary of the 
Club. Such notices shall be held to have 
been received two days after being so mailed. 

Article XVI. 

No game of hazard shall be played in the 
Club house. No person shall bet on any 
game, under penalty of e.xpulsion, if a 
member of the Club, and ejection from the 
Club House and exclusion therefrom, if a 
visitor or guest. 

Article XVII. 
No alteration shall be made in the By- 
Laws, without a two-thirds vote of a meet- 
ing of the Club, and notice of any proposed 
alteration must be posted in the Club House, 
for at least ten days previous to the meet- 
'ing at which such proposed alteration is to 
be considered. 



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Article XVIII. 

Members-elect must sign the Constitution 
and By-Laws, before becoming members in 
regular standing. 




HOUSE RULES. 



Hours — The Club House will be open 
from 8 o'clock A. M. to 12 o'clock midnigM. 

Visitors — A member may invite to the 
Club House, once only, a resident of the 
city of LaFayette, who desires to become a 
member of the Club, Otherwise, male resi- 
dents of the city of LaFayette, not members 
of the Club, shall not be admitted to the 
Club House, excepting on the occasion of a 
public reception. 

A member may invite a non-resident 
visitor to the privileges of the Club for one 
day, by recording his name upon the 
Visitor's Book, but can have no more than 
two guests at a time. The invitation may 
be extended two weeks, upon the written 
assent of a member of the Board of Direc- 
tors, and may be repeated, if the visitor has 
been absent from the city three months. 
The Board of Directors may revoke the in- 
vitation at any time. 

The names and residences of all visitors, 
and the names of the members introducing 
them, must be recorded, and such members 
will be held responsible for their guests. 







Boys will not be allowed to visit the Club 
House. 

Games — No games shall be played on 
Sunday. Members shall not occupy the 
billiard tables for more than two consecu- 
tive games, to the exxlu;ion of others de- 
siring to play. 

Wagers — No wager upon elections, 
games, or other events of any kind, shall 
be made in the Club House. 

Property — Any property of the Club, 
broken or injured, must be promptly paid 
for by the member with whom the accident 
may occur. 

No member shall take from the Club 
House, or mutilate or destroy, any book, 
pamphlet, newspaper, or other article be- 
longing to the Club. 

Subscription Papers — No subscription 
paper can be circulated, nor any article 
exposed for sale in the Club House, without 
the permission of the Board of Directors. 

Dogs— Dogs shall not be allowed in the 
Club House. 

Complaints — Members of the Club are 
requested to communicate in writing, to the 
Secretary, any suggestions or complaints, in 
regard to the management of the Club. 



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Officers, i8 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres., 
Secretary, 
Treasurer, 



Directors, 



S. C. Curtis 

H. W. Moore 

R. B.Wallace, Jr. 

H. T. Brockenbrougli 

• G. L. Mueller 

rS. D. Phillips 

I O.C. Goldsmith 

! R. B. Sample 

" ' T. H. Warwick 

J. S. Dodd 

W. E. Beach 



Officers 1895. 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres., 
Secretary, 
Treasurer, 



H. A. Huston 

W. \V. Johnson 

H. W. Moore 

J. C. Andrew 

G. L. Mueller 

rj. S. Dodd 
1 \V. E. Beach 
I S. D. Phillips 
I O.C. Goldsmith 
R. B. Sample 
T. H. Warwick 



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Officers, 1894. 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres, 
2nd Vice-Pres., 
Secretary, 
Treasurer, 



Directors, 



A. H. Curtis 

H. A. Huston 

H. H. Lancaster 

J. C. Andrew 

■ G. L. Mueller 

f J. B. Sherwood 
H. C. Tinney 

I J. S. Dodd 
W. E. Beach 
S. D. Phillips 
O.C. Goldsmith 



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OFFICERS, 1893. 


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President, - - - - E! V. Burt 






ist Vice-Pres , - - - S. D. Phillips 






and Vice-Pres., - - H. A. Huston 






Secretar>-, . . . w. L. Ellis 






Treasurer, ... g. L. Mueller 




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fS. D. Phillips 
T. H. Warwick 
Directors, - - - ^ J„ ^^ Sherwood 
J H. C. Tinney 
J. S. Dodd, 
[ \V. E. Beach 


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Officers, iS92. 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres. 
Secretary, - 
Treasurer, 



Directors, 



- E. V. Burt 

- L. Hirsh 

J. C. Brockenbrough 

\V. L. Ellis 

G. L. Mueller 

[Ir.iJ. Howe 
I W. \V. Johnson 
J S. D. Phillips 
T. H. Warwick 
J. B Sher^'ood 
H. C. Tinney 



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Officers, i89i. 



President, 
1st Vic«-Pres., 
2nd Vicr-Pres., 
Secretary, 
Treasm-er, 

Directors, 



H. W. Emerson 
E. V. Burt 
L. Hirsh 
W. L. Ellis 
G. L. Mueller 
H. \V. Mooore 
E. V. Burt 
Ira J. Howe 
W. W. Johnson 
S. D. Phillips 
T. H. Warwick 



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OFFICERS, IS 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres., 
Secretary, 
Treasurer, 



Directors, 



F. W. Spencer 

J. M. IngersoU 

H. \V. Moore 

- W. L. Ellis 

Geo. L. Mueller 

S. D. Phillips 
T. H "Warwick 
F. W. Chase 
E. V. Burt 
Ira J. Howe 
[Colfax E. Earl 



Officers, 18S9. 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres., 
Secretary, 
Treasurer, 



Directors, 



- F. M. Car>- 

F. W. Spencer 

J. M. Ingersoll 

W. L. Ellis 

G. L. Mueller 

J. T. Merrill, 
R. B. Wetherill 
S. D. Phillips 
T. H. Warwick 
F. W. Chase 
E. V. Burt 



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Officers, is 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres., 
Secretarj-, 
Treasurer, 

Directors, 



i 



H. C. Tinney 

J. M. Dresser, Sr. 

H. W. Moore 

W. L. Ellis 

G. L. Mueller 

f H. A. Huston 
I. L. Beach 
J. T. Merrill 

' R. B. Wetherill 
S. D. Phillips 
T. H. Warwick 



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Officers, 1887. 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-President, 
Secretarj-, 
Treasurer, 



Directors, 



R. W. Sample 

S. C. Curtis 

- F. M. Gary 

- W. L. Ellis 

G. L. Mueller 

f J. Dorr Falley 
E. S. White 
H. A. Huston 
W.J. Atwell 
J. T Merrill 
R. B. Wetherill 






Officers, 18S6. 



President, 


E. P. Knight 




1st Vice-Pres., - 


- T. P. Emerson 


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2nd Vice-Pres., 


R. B. Wetherell 




Secretary, - 


- F. W. Chase 


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Treasurer,- - J. C. Brockenbrough, Jr. 


- ■'iJ'''T-r 




E. Groenendyke 
A. B. Braden 








Directors, 


J. Dorr Falley 
E. S. White 






H. A. Huston 


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[ W. J. Atwell 





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OFFICERS, 1885. 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres. 
Secretary-, 
Treasurer, 



Directors, 



Chas. B. Phelps 

- E. P. Knight 

O. K. Weakly 

W. E. Beach 

J. K. Pattison 

f T. P. Emer.son 

IF. W. Spencer 
E Groenendyke 
A. B. Braden' 
J. Dorr Falley 
E. S. White 



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Officers, is84. 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres. 
Secretarj-, 
Treasurer, 



W. F. Hoes 
C. B. Phelps 
- J. C. Webster 
A. H. Curtis 
W. J. Atwell 

fJ.G. Sample, Sr. 

W. T. Barbae 
I T. P. Emerson 
I F. \V. Spencer 

E. Groenendyke 
I A. B. Braden 



Officers, 1883. 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres. 
Secretary, 
Treasurer, 

Directors 



F. S. Chase 

E. D. Powers 

R. H. Godman 

- F. M. Gary 

- W.J.Atwell 

C. B. Phelps 
J. M. Dresser, Sr. 
J. G. Sample, Sr. 
W. T. Barbee 
T. P. Emerson 
F. \V. Spencer 



Officers, 1882. 



President, 

1st Vice-President, 

2nd Vice-Pres,, 

Secretary, 

Ass't Sec'y, - 

Treasurer, 



Executive 
Committee 



J. B. Shem-ood 

J. M. Dresser. Sr. 

A. B. Braden 

\V. S. Potter 

J. M. IngersoU 

C. B. Phelps 

(Alexander Wilson 
H. W. Emerson 
Fred S. Chase 
Ed. T. Jones 
M. Levering 



OFFICERS, 1881. 



President, 
ist Vice-Pres., 
2nd Vice-Pres , 
Secretary, 

Ass't Sec'y, 
Treasurer, 



Executive 
Committee 



J. G. Sample, Sr. 

J. K. Pattison 

C. B. Phelps 

( W. K. Eldridge* 

JW. S. Potter 

5 W. S. Potter 
) David Chute 

H. W. Moore 

■ C. Blackmer, 

\V. F. Hoes 

W. H. Keller 
I H. C. Tinney 
i^J. C. Brockenbrough,Sr. 



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Officers. i880. 



President, 

ist Vice-Pres., 

2nd Vice-Pres. 

Secretary, 

Treasurer, - 
Ass't Sec'y, 



Executive 
Committee 



H. W. Wiley* 
J. G. Sample, Sr. 

A. B. White* 

J. G. Sample, Sr. 

J. K. Pattison 

( J. K. Pattison 
■ I C. B. Phelps 
j J. T. Davidson* 
I F. S. Chase 
j J. B. Sherwood* 
I H. W. Moore 

G. W. Mayo 

H. A. Orth 

W. S. Potter 

H. W. Emerson, 

G. B. Williams 

J.C. Brockenbrough, Sr. 



■^Resigned. 



CHARTER MEMBERS, MARCH +th, 1880. 



Baird, S. P. 
Breckenridge, W. R. 
Brockenbrough, C. 
Brockenbrough, J. C, Jr. 
Chase, F. S. 
Davidson. J. T. 
DeVol, H. P. 
Diver, A. H. 
Eldridge, W. K. 
Emerson, H. W. 
Hart, S. L. 
Henderson, D. B.* 
Levering Fred. R. 
Levering, G. K.* 
Mayo, G. W. 
Milford, A. B. 

Woodworth 



Moore, H .W. 
Orth, H. A. 
Pattison, J. K.* 
Phelps. C. B. 
Pigma:3, J. R. 
Potter, \V. S. 
Robertion, C. B. 
Sample, H. T., Jr. 
Shern-ood, J. B. 
Spencer, F. W. 
Taylor. \V. W. 
Thomas, A. D. 
Thompson, Chas B. 
Warwick, J. S. 
White, A. B. 
Wiley. H. W. 
, L N. 



Honorary members. 



General Benjamin Harrison, 

Ei-President United Stales. 

\Vm. McKinley, 

Prejidenl United States. 

Jas. A. Mount, 

Governor of Indiana. 

Hon. Robert G. IngersoU. 



RESIDENT MEMBERS. 



Alexander, W. C. 
Andress, E. H.. Sr. 
Andress, E. H.. Jr. 
Andrew, T. M. 
Andrew, J. C. 
Ball, C. G. 
Ball, G. G. 
Bates, Morgan 
Beasley, G. F. 
Beach, W. E. 
Bedgood, R. K. 
Beebee, E. K. 
Beeker, C. W. 
Blackmer, C. 
Braden, A. B 
Brockenbrough, B., Sr. 
Brockenbrough, B., Jr. 
Brockenbrough; J. C, Sr. 
Brockenbrough, H.T. 
Brockenbrough. \V G. 
Brockenbrough, F. G. 
Brown, J. G. 
Burnett, C. A. 
Burt, E. V. 
Caldwell, J L. 
Carpenter, R. K. 
Gary-, F. M. 
Chase, F. S. 



Chase, F. W. 
Curtis, A. H. 
Curtis, S. C. 
Curtis, W. B. 
Davidson, E. C. 
Diver, A. H. 
Dodd, J. S. 
Doolittle, W. E. 
Earl, A. 

Emerson, H. \V. 
Erisman, C. Q. 
Falley, F. D. 
Falley, L. 
Flynn, D. H. 
Fort. E. W. 
Fowler, J. M. 
Frey, J. C. 
Frey, W. F. 
Geiger, F. J. 
George, John, Jr. 
Goldsborough, \V. 
Goldsmith, O. C. 
Gunn, E. B. 
Haggard, W. S. 
Hamilton, L. G. 
Hammond, E. P. 
Hamsher, F. M. 
Haywood, Geo. P. 



Hedge, W. B. 
Heston, W. D. 
Hirsh. L. 
Huston, H. A. 
Hiller, W. D. 
Hilt, D. 
Hull, G. H. 
Irwin, L. M. 
Jaques, R. L. 
Jenners, F. J. 
Johnson, W. W. 
Kachlein, H. C. 
Kaull, B.J. 
Keiper, G. F. 
Lancaster, H. H. 
Lane, E L. 
Levering, A. 
Levering, M. 
Logan. T. S. 
Marsteller, C. A. 
Mather. C. B. 
Matthews, J. E. 
Matthews, Oscar 
Mavity, Chas. K. 
Mayo, G. W. 
Miller, C. G. 
Moore, H. W. 
Moore, R. S. 
Mueller, G. L. 
O'Brien, E. N. 
Parker, F. B. 
Parks, G. D. 



Peirce, C. H. 
Feirce, O. W., Jr. 
Perrin, J. O. 
Peters, W. H. 
Phillips, S. D. 
Philbin, L. N. 
Pickerill, C. F. 
Pifer, E. G. 
Potter, W. S. 
Powers, E. D. 
Rankin, David C. 
Robertson, C. B. 
Rosebery, R. P. 
Sample, J. G. 
Sample, R. B. 
Sample, R. W. 
Severson, C. 
Shepard, F. B. 
Shipley, W. A. 
Simler, J. W. 
Simler, G. F. ' 
Smith, W. W. 
Smith, Deloss W. 
Spencer, F. W. 
Storms, D. E. 
Stoy, \V. V. 
Taylor, H. A. 
Tinney, H. C. 
Taylor, S. O. 
Terry, F. 

Throckmorton, H. N. 
Timberlake, M. H. 



Underwood, C. R. 
VanNatta, J. H. 
VanNatta, J. L. 
Vinnedge, \V. W. 
Vinton, H. H. 
Wallace, G. B. 
Wallace, R. B. 
Wallace, R. B 
Wallace, Wm. 
Ward. F. W. 



Jr. 



Warner, C. S. 
Warner, W. W. 
Warwick, T. H. 
Weakley, O. K. 
Webster, J. C. 
Wetherill, R. B. 
Wilson, D. C. 
Wilson, J. H. 
Wood, W. R. 
Zinn, W. H. 



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Anderson, J. P., 
Breckenridge, W. R., 
Campbell, W. S., 
McCormick, E. 0., 
McCoy, T. J., - 
Royse, Daniel, 
Snider, W. I., - 
Snyder, Chas. M., - 
Taylor, H. H., 
Thomson, J. D., 
VanNatta, W. S., 



Wea, Ind. 

Kankakee, 111. 

West Point, Ind. 

Cincinnati, O. 

Rensselaer, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 

Winamac, Ind. 

Fowler, Ind. 

Huntington, Ind. 

New Haven, Conn. 

Fowler, Ind. 



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Beach, Isaac L. 
Blaine, Hon. J. G * 
Carnahan, Edw. J. 
Chase, Hiram W. 
Conkling, Hon. Roscoe* 
David.son, Bert P. 
Doolittle, H. E. 
Dresser, Jasper M., Sr. 
Emerson, Thos. P. 
Friedley, Geo. W. 
Fowler, Moses 
FuUenwider.Fred.F. 
Godman, Richard H. 
Gordon, Wm. R. 
Gore, Chas. E. 
Heath, Jno W. 
Henderson, D. B. 
Hoes, Wm. F. 
Levering, Geo. K. 



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O'Ferrall, R. M. 
Orth, Godlove S.* 
Parker, Chas. G. 
Pattison, Jas. K. 
Reynolds, Wm. F. 
Rounsaville Benj. H. 
Sample, Jno. _G., Sr. 
Schrack, Jno. J. 
Simpson, Chas. B. 
Spears, Jas. 
Spencer, Chas. A. 
Swearengen, Chas. 
Taylor, Henry 
Vinton, David P. 
Vinton, Robert H. 
Wilson, Wm. C. 
Wilson, Alexander. 
Wilson, Thos. S. 



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