Dunkirk Evening Observer (Dunkirk, New York) 21 April 1884 Page 2
Mav" n, 'b- boo.n given the of U'e no.uina- .dn the Francisco ut aud AMONG all the clubs in New York, which prominent men are members, arc not better known thaa the Twilight club, and, at tlie same time, few worthy of note than the association composed of men who meet the for membership. "To be a clubable low--with, one dollar ia pocket." '-The twilight club wns founded Jan 4Lli, Â·Â·to cut.mile good fellowship and rational rcc -cation." Its executive mUtee is composed of E. V. Sm:i11ey,CÂ«). W. JP- Fogg, Marcus Ecojair"- )J 1J. L- B.iilgmau, John Swinloo, C!eo. "W. gate, W. O. McDowell, Dr. J. (J. llev. J. li. Suydam, Charles F. s.t-re'Jrv. TUe c'ub dines once a and an ii"\ Uat : on to meet the ciub at dinner s accompanied w'.tli tbe proviso. "pro . Ided yonc;n consUtenDy approve of the principles ttud pkn or the o atiou. Fiitl drc-is absolutely prolubitcc 1 ." Uie "PI -nciples" of tlie c'ub are: ~'!No dues. ]S* debts. No by-laws. No president. president. No consi'Uuion, Sosalaries. No luxationfee. No full dress. No mutual admiration. No defalcations. No decamping decamping ( easurer. No wal* ed stock. No piV^'ameotaty .u'cs. No p;Â«vloos qucst'ona. Â· No ICDS^JV speeches. No late liou s. Nop:or,iii/. Ne 'fish s',0'- ics.' No 'sapors 1 ya as.* aSo tlue 1l ar. Ho free dinners. No scandal. No bnu- eiy. No personalities. No party po'i- lics. No prcacbi'ig. No gambling. No dynamite. No 'bounce".' No convei?- Uor.il'ty. No grand reform. No li'gh ideal. No'papers'. No'dudee.' No puna. No gush, formality. No cant. No No humbug. red tape. Anv No or nmc'idments to tlie above must be m'.ttcd in writing too years before voted upou, wlih a deposit o.' $17.34Â«s guai-oatce of good *aitb.'' A pa'a^o you FCC, a man must reeds bo to and retain a membership in the rlnb.