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An adwaisenent in another column ealls a
meeting of the DlawomatloSte Central Com
itte tbis wevig, at 7 o'clock, at the club
-oos over Hwkhina's, oarner Common street
ad Theater alley. It is desirable that every
amember should be present.
A sertee o artioles has lately appeared in
Harper's lagasane, pretendlg to give eeidents
t t war, and purportlag to be writtt " by a
Virgi ." These papers were writea by a
rwenesde Virglaian, who fought eagis his State
deisg the war, and whee same we kanw very
wel. It is D. H. Strotber, easdhins no delpume
S'forme times was "Porte Crayon." His
witigs are fIll of falsehoods and slauders. A
mb-editor of this paper demonces the seld Stro
the as a fallifer, a renegade sad a merenary
wretch, who be basely Injured the character of
tie Old Dominion by esing himsel " A Vir
Raeosrnwsn.--We understand that the regis
try ofe* for voters I. he forth ward was opened
yeeterday, at the earner of Canal and Rampart
streets. The fourth is one of the largest wards in
Major W. C. Driver, who has jut returned from
besimss vit to New York, enmwioed ear snc.
itm yesterday with bhigetal presence. We trust
the major may "live long and proeper."
We have re3etved the first and second numbers
of the " Mral Times," a new paper started at
uparta, tn this State, and devoted mainly to the
interesat of planters.
Law DarAvmwv or rau UNIvasrry.-We
love seeived the fUllowhg oommoniastion, for
the ooartesy of which we retrn our thanks:
You are reepottny Invited to attend the an
anal eeriese of the law department, University
of LousinLeo, to take place at the Lyeuom ail,
as Monday. Apri 6th, at 11 o'clock A. K. Co-n.
aitnes of invltation-Paul Capdevielle. Theo. dl.
lborn., Clement L. Walker. Committee of re
eeption-E. Barthe, H. Chiapell, C. Claiborne,
John Barset, A. Vfllavase
Fos Saer Coontbelowas.-We publish to-day
a esdt pea Mr. Ooo. D. Hite, signed by " Many
Voters." who aypreelateie worth, to become a
eaudddate kor e crh Of astreet oeaatmisioner.
Mr. lil has been well and favorably known in
aianeetiho with our interests, a the agent for
dlsoret steamboats, and Ia a gealJeeaa of great
Iermy character, mad of much peyplarity. His
tlends, in bringing him forward for the position,
have nominated a gentleman who i is every
reepect competent to 1( the odee.
Lcra .-By requt, Dr. de Is Bavelle wit
deliver a leete oet Saturday evening, on the
suggeative arbject of " The Great Republic and
what will become of t." The place where the
lecture is to be delivered will be duly asnonceed.
PoTrcHAnTKaIl RAILROAD ConrPA..-See no*
oSe from Col. Geo. Pandelly, the active and enar
gtle agea of the Pentohartran Railroad Gemoa
pany, in regard to the new sehedle of traine to
the Lake and to Gentilly, which arrangement will
go imoteeet tomorrow, the 1st.
RanucrIto or nasroar ON Tae MOBILn LIuN.
We Invite the attention of shippers of freight
Jg the advertisement of Messrs. C. A. Whitney k
Co., agent for the Morgan line of Mobile mail
esamers, in which it is anmeoued that there has
ees maiterial reduction in their charge for
reight. As this line has an estabisthed repute
tin for delivering all freight promptly and with
eotay liablt to damage or detention, we pre
same that our mercantile public will appreciate
the liberality of this step. See the advertisement
The katen Paos Seste speak. in the highet
tmme or Mr. Kllaly's lecture. We learn from
the Gazette that Mr. M. will visidt atches, Vick
burg. Memphis ad other oities, for the purpose
f leeturing, before his return to New York.
Near Meridian, Misemippi, the other day, one
negrotd oe a cow from another. The thief was
sed before a self-costitted negre court of in.
peauhment, and sentenced ti e ataked out by the
hamdi ad feet, end receive one hundred and fifty
iripe well laid on, which was sooordinly done
Beldes, the owner of the cow is to have a lien on
bL-soelt's crop (to be grown) to cover his les.
The Natehitoobee Timeseaye the river is rlsog
fas, uad there is now plenty of water at the
ladlng for rst-ctlss boats.
The fjvenile of Olinton, In the puarhh of aut
Pelteasn, are in a bigh state of excitement con
cerning an spproachlng eireus. So my. the
An editor in Milohiganu, talking of corn, pro
fesses to have a couple of ear fifteen inches long.
Some folks are remarkable for the length of their
0 two ears.
Dr. A. W. imedere, form.a at Groese Trte,
and Maeta. Whilttaker nd Wall, c Wilkinson
county, Miss., have emigrated to Belias, British
The storehouse of Meesrs. Semple & Deloaoh in
Woodvillo, Wilkinson county, Miss., has been dee
troyed by fire.
Gen. D. B. Hill, editor of that sterling monthly,
the "Lead We Love," i ia Mobile.
Upon the recommendation of Governor Baker,
A. J. Morefeld and H. Zeigler are appoited
truatee of BShreveport ia place of Jons Robeson
end L B. Bennett, who tailed to qualify.
A letter from Auega, tMaine, In the Porelnd
Argu, states thait eoat tho radicalk one hundred
theosad dollars to carry the New Hampehire
eletion. Who we oueider that the majority of
the radisai t New Boampshire., formerly about
four thousand, wa reduod by nearly a thousannd,
it can be uacertatned,by oeasy eloalation, what
ia the price cf a vote lo thaet t"rooy loll" State.
The Madison Parish Journal, whoi we believe
is a Bepnblican paper, object to the Warmouth
ticLet, d etprerasse preference for the ticket
headed by Tallafero.
Ianvno.i. PAnsa.-The South, of the 28th,
"All the planters with whom we have neaverad
small m they are, pros- wed for the seaon.
very plant i growleg aely."
The 8pest (Savilrl per) Tiae, of the 21sr.
We adese*n that teateamse havey been in
Let eht n a and ath ioot e e oust. Ceasider
sie ~hS.thU h isoe te oft hi meath,
sad t posepeot i thteroewil bem ahead
ae of water fo the remarl dr of the eating
Whater sellypgr b uaby the Den
tera prty of tl e~'wIth reareoe to the
Committee, by most beup
noeeded 4th b%4 .se pqegalded by
the paret motives, ad by what seemed to
them s I 4 metaes of a judicious policy.
They presamsmf rally edot, that "here
was no d& .0m qto eoppeg4 pr nomais
tia samong the white voters, at a moment
when every .effort was to be directed teothe
*pst aof the dical programme in this Stt.
their desrs, and their deign, were to
tsagthen the opposition to the Constitu
tion, and, if possible, to compass the rejeo
tion of that Infamous instrument, by placing
before the public a complete anti-Constitu
tion ticket-- ticket, every man on which is
pledged to labor for this object, but so con
stituted as to assure some mitigation of the
great evils which would flow from the adop
tien of the Constitution, in case opposition
on that point should prove ineffectual. It
uat be considered, too, that these nomina
tiona purport to be only recommendations or
sujgestions; and, regarded from this point of
view, there is no ground for accusing the
committee of a usurpation of authority. It
is intimated as an objection to these nomina
tions, by the Commercial Bulletin, that many
of the gentlemen nominated are ineligible
in other words, that they cannot take the
necessary oath. This is a mistake.. The
committee not only maturely considered the
propriety of making nominations, but thor
oughly canvassed the eligibility of every
name proposed, after the principle was
adopted. It may be stated that every gentle
man named on the ticket is eligible under the
Constitution, and hence this objection is
We repeat that the main object of the com
mittee, as well as of the white people of
Louisiana, is to defeat the Dryades street
Constitution. The committee was formed
for that purpose and its members would be
derelict to their duties, and 'alas to the trust
reposed in them, if they should surrender
this position to the enemy. We regret ex
tremely that the Bulletin has thought proper
to argue the question from other premises,
and to weaken the opposition to the Constitu
tion by assuming its success to be a foregone
conclusion. It is true that the work is difficlt,
but it is by no means impracticable. The
figures of the existing registry show that very
much is to be done, but they do not prove
that nothing should be attempted. Nor do
those figures establish the proportions which
the two classes of voters will hold towards
each other when the polls are opened. We
know that the white people are in a majority
in the State, and in a very large majority in New
Orleans. We know that much of the negro
registration is fictitious and fraudulent. Take,
for instance, the example of Alabama. The
negro teistration was 93,000. The election
was held for five days. The registrars and
commissioners of election were radical carpet
baggers who cheated ad libihwas; and yet, with
11 these advantages, the vote polled for the
Dnosthsttion, white and black together, barely
reached 70,000. In other words, it was
twenty-five per cent short of the negro regis
tration. There is reason to believe that
in this State, the reduction will be even
greater; whilst the increase of the white vote
by the revision, if proper exertion be made,
should be at least 20,000. It is true that
Congress may, notwithstanding its rejection,
declare the Constitution adopted; but a bare
faced lie like this must react with fearful
effect against the Republican party, at the
ooming elections. We maintain, therefore,
that the committee were right in declaring
opposition to the Constitution to be their fun
damental object; and we believe that reflect
ing men generally will give them credit for
having been iclnenced by pure motives, and
by arguments which must have appeared to
them conclusive at the time. If those argu
ments are not equally effective with the pub
lie, there is, at least, no reason for a division
between the party and the committee. We
cannot a5ordsuch a division. We need all
our energy for opposition to the common
enemy, and we are satisfied that no material
dissension will be permitted to lessen the efi
ciency of the committee, or impair the zeal
of the people.
roIsTEmR! BEoTEB!!--The registration
lists will be open for revision on the 3d of
April, and will remain open for five days.
During that time it is the duty of the regis
trars to inscribe the names of all qualified
applicants. There are, in this city, at least
ten thousand qualified white voters who have
not yet availed themselves of the privilege of
registration. It is to be hoped that all will
now make an effort to be registered. Those
who were illegally rejected by Sheridan's in
struments,or who were deterred from makiong
an effort to obtain their rights under that fl
gitions regime, will find a very different state
of things now. The officers charged with
carrying the law into effect are distinctly in
satructed to be guided by the law, and to dis
regard the secret instructions issued by
Sheidea at the instance of his radical allies.
No qualified voter will be rejected if applica
tion be made in time. Let everybody, then,
come forward and help to defeat the infamous
Dryades street unoonstitutienal Constitution.
Exxaux ra REGISTBT.--When the regis
tration lists were revised by Sheridlan's allies,
the principal bnsiness which occupied those in.
genious creatures was that of striking off the
names of white voters. It is not known to what
extent the lists were thus tampered with; but it
is certain that great numbers of names were
arbitrarily struck off Thus many persons
who suppose that they are registered will
find, on examination, that their names do not
appear on the published lists. All registered
voters should carefully examine the lists, to
make sure that they have not been cheated by
Sheridan's registrars, and those who find that
their mames have been omitted should renew
their applications for registration.
The Roman oOahee Pablicatloa 8oeiety, or
ganized two years ago em the plea of the Ameri
oan Tract 8ociety, has psblshed its report. Dar
ilg the last pear ad a half 1,750.000 tracts have
been distributed in the United 8ta*'. Of this
somber t10,000 were dsltributed i prisons, hoepi
tams, m board men-of-war ad meehat vessel.
sed nmely o500,o000 were distbekted aelg the
garridese.ed posts of the regtler say.
Tlhe marQeame 0,,rgrel g leely. mAd 03
met *o the fe ftpajese hinnd casm the rows
are Mfalg dy. The sabble ceaue is mad
sad b wy, 8 L w ifl doebtles be a hearv
cr of aose td il Little aar, however, vt'
be ade. The mdmug for plas eass for places
that waI then be impaerd to "gs ilto sugar," It
is t wl, ememe the inrplee of every
Ssuar i this vislaty.
15me Lese Adveata
be.. brihe le. N. e3f1! . er iif . .:
i, eAoUA Ua . A . 3U ht ere Yla. Utemae bt.,
0. uay. Is ebU aMie l3rO5 Al*L
of SM eorse sgd ecsiaee 3eeier, M J'd TRli
A 00. aMrme of the fba si o ee~e4ty ltoed
I CAI_. II. I. A.
BY 98A. T. NAbSe, AUCTIONEER.
A FIRST-OLA0 0 UOI7SE-TIE SIET UITUATION IN
TdUCIITT-ItO. 38 8T. CHARLLb IThEIt,
OWPPOSIT THE HOTEL.
The PLeser ?.resm HRouse, Now Dele1ugla
to 1Ms.. rasL Dumtgeme.
Will be sold at Amela, an WEDWESDAY. Apri1,18W,
at 7 o'eock P. IL, and the following days, by Cha T.
Nash Auctioneer.30,tdS worta of stock, eoeistsag of gen
timem's IOUkIBIS O 4O0D4. SHTRT4, from one of the
irst Pasilea houases, excellent both in cut and quality, and to
be foldely at Mr. Daumeg c'. Al.o-A eat vaerety of
FANCY ARTICLES Also--The FIXTUREI of theasore
and of the two BarbeO-hopa.
Caesalagu whl beremd4 on the day of sale,
12.4 WHITE, PINK and BLUE ........t. at$00, worth 69
12-4 WrITE DOUBLE MARSUILLES..at 8 00, worth 15
11-4 ..at Si 0, worth 12
07 Iagaoine street. one tgquare abve Magazile Market'
.eAew Opera Bomse.
TO THE 8PBSCRIBERS OP THE OPERA:
GrlPcLrr-The managers having contracted an ernd tr
meat to give a few Opera eatertaluments at Galveston durin
Pashion Week. beg to inform you the connes of their detormi
nation to oeiee the Opera Mose during that time.
The smedae*de lace the mtadle of Lst harving beaeme
very thin, sad the receipts buaing gradualy declined to in
s gtleust figures, it was to be oresomed that during P.iel n
Week the Theater would be almost desered. Having re
ceSeed advantageoas proposition from 'resto, the man
sers, dasews to falfil their obligationsa .th the artist., as
wadl as their egageents towards the aubscribers, have dec
ded to accept them
he Opera House. which s generally c'osed during the
Holy Week will there Ore be closed during two weeks, in
stoead of mae, and the four performunces to whit the sub
scribers sae enaitled wll be allowed to them en Wednesdays
and Fridays befee she end of the ,eanonu
The msaagare bope that this stateme't will be adeendt i
Justify theaetermlation eopre*sed. The Uesepay wilt have
returt d to this city b the middle of Hly Week, aad they
will be is readiness to proscre, after Rastaer 1aday,
"LAieisame," "Norm," "Don Joan," and me wr two
more mortaent chef d envres. wb oh will wake the nambeor
of lyric Operapresesated during te sea.su about lerey.
Grtetfat for all theoarka of encour gemeat and ymlpathy.
as well as fore e assistence received from the Oubcri·hern
sad the publits, the managers will ot spare any edfert in the
Insure to deserve their patronage.
For the Masagsr:
New Orlea-s Marrh B, 1W.
Bleemnb, sBld wrE Co.,
741 Canel l;ad A Cermmme Street,
estaillshed in 1.82.
SLOCOMB, BALDWIN & CO.,
,,toal sod 95 Common street, New Orieans, Impertor
and Dealers is
Agents for the elebrated Weymouth NeIls, BaD liwn, Back
& Co ' Basr' Plow. etc.
We would pertlo'arly call tee ettenlion of Mercbr4 heto
Starecent and tepeive imp rt4tlops o(
Cutlet y &ad ae".
SLOCOMB, BALDWIN & CO.,
74 Onuit and 95 Common strest.
RO6. 14 ANs IS CANAL STREET.
Orders for Fine Jewelry, Mesals and Presentation Plate
Promptly and Care'ul y Executed.
REPAIRING PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO.
Watkes re.pged, adjusted and regulated by the very best
94 and 96 Canal street.
Pisetera to the Coty
-IN NEED Of
GOOD SHIRTS, AND ALL KINDS OIP GENTEMEN'S
U NDERWEAR, GLOVES, CaVATA, AND
Wilt nave at least 25 per coet., have the eaet stock is
America to select from, and be well plaeaed with their par.
chase, or have their money rolunded, at
8. N. MOODY'B
Great Empelom, ererl Genal mnd Reel stareets.
TRY SIX sPLENDID SHiRTS FOR So
Wholesale Bryers of ihIrta,
MEN'S F1YRNISSING tiOODt, and
LOCK WOOh'i PAPER COLLARS,
Should not fil to make their bill at
8. N. MOODY'8,
Corner Caual sad Seyal steets.
heeheapeut rand oldest esal lhsted lonse is the 8*te.
STOLEN from the CANAL BANIK THIlS DAY apack
a-e mad, e iup for the Southern Expre.s ttopy, addressed
M. MORGAN'S ONS.8, New Ylork. contalntg FIFTY
THOUSAND (lp0'.00) DOLLARr in Legal Tender Notes
of One Thossed iI00) Dollers, all dmate 10th March,
112, numbesed Letor 7, as follows, viz:
311 801 14235 2113 32747
36.5 this 15211 2-cO 311.017
1417 10016 16511 2-415 33343
147 It113 16t31 14.7 40074
4 It7 11219 S16h7 512223 40619
ItSl 11406 18048 .30463 1831
U 1319 19131 l318 AlBI
795 IPSSI 3135 37t19 d616
The piblite areenutionrd against trading for the same, and
the above reward is offered fIr the recovery of the money.
New Orleans, March 26, 114 (i'abahler
T1 Coutstry Buyers.
SPRING AND SUMMER CLITRIO
JUST RECEIVED AND OFFERING
At Lery Loew Priee
Call and aMine the Goods.
J. C. DOWNING,
No I Marasiae stret
eusustue Empeorted MaBags
We are relsoibi for no Ciars amid sds or brnsd ha
mrs let arlgsal v ,uerrhasd tram Ir. JOSE DOLINGO, as
be is our dup aenthlaed agt for their msel
A. t:A8ARGl Y CA.
J. CODIsA Y O.
And many other bvstne brand.
JOi E DOMINGO,
Whelaal LDet., et i'nal eteee4
Rai Degs. t. Chaart- B.,ord.
4s.... e m Sea e TYAA C'tA., at r_.
seo-meaM e le usagau.gaagga O mt hCae m w
peones -Si d6i "to iii I.ýD't t.... t
"Mr the ossuam to As ampseg dadt.s sa d
sw Cmedt.t Ion. mad of 1S Omue, me mal, PFro ad
MIasipel eligatLem mder.
The Cmmlteem, to ebaiig t hepgeopl tek smtk a
thees reat and pew qent he I. the M eople at IsedemM.
the mast momem.ew sa my hear bse evr hew k ens d I
set upon. weold aet fee tSha they had Ay hleharge tanik
whel duty if thi old e at veryi tuhel ldJ this met.
whlae ieartisnedatlm deiehp d leiamwaagleas.
The eealW iaset ema in wh U me gs m rsu we t e
lmad asged i a nsr le fe r erla etonte estHe.M Ls
one ia which the uaeelt patintt wlad btat I the b.lor at
ecrtle Ieb his. Let it esa'.stly be borse Ina msd that t
struggle Is not Str Eco. but tr thie paedeetlet oaterprsamld
liheelee. the snese te a o ...matd" .theaaMatrm.
chiaMe, sad th mlaima.e dpepmtaia u et th a po.
ernmeat as will ece to us all ar satrl and chartered
rights and liberties; n a word, every ilterems, osal, poltloel
sad peeoiary, demand the deest of the prosed new Coe.
stitaeio. in that shboght dad to that sad a all e4r eea
sultiattonatedtt i ot t tught d s i ed ale, we
trust will be the setien of te Central Cm al., sead idevery
Counservate throughout the State; n that thought and tothat
end do we recommend theadeption of the fllowlag course of
1. That all estees of the State who symoathise with the
Democratic Party In its efLft toedoft the proposed Cousti
tution, and wto araentitled to regiter uade the rees
structio acts, be rgt d to do so, and to east their votes with
no against the adoption of the Coeststaltea.
2. To more esetual'y stimulate our friends sad to farther
IndLee the people to go the po' is apd toefect that stty of
purpose and smar ia ematdial to meseosweomemand
that the pressat taetmbemts of all State. Coagresmal. Jn
dieil, Parochial and Municipal Obos. so far as they are
known to act in Larutey with our special purpose of do
feating the Cmstathioa, be plied in aemination mad voted
for as candidates for their respective oetes; thus unitag
every consideration of patriotism and pernoal sdvancement
in the csadidate to debut the Cons'ltatio, and also greatly
diminlsbi~g the numbe of those who, mu e nidats, might
have a peromsael Iaterst in aving the Coa.tlatina adopted.
" The Constituti, of North Calinsm " seid Gov Graham to
the people of that State, "s a e.sdidsto for your suffrag."
In like marner we present as candidates to the people of
Lonutlmas, the oNcers chtse by themwelve, whose terms of
officehave not expineld, s who will divested of what we
believe to be their egal and eonsttiattonal rights, if the pro.
posed new Constitution 'e adopted.
. That mswo deem it of the highest lmportance, to the case
of the adoptieo of ihe t onitntkon, for the Coseervative.
dlement in the State, to control on-, I .et both branhes of
the Legislature; and as there are no actua inacmbeats, we
rrecommed that the several cmstitmenates in the rarlous
Bestormal and epreseentative Distrl.ts I the Ceasaly Par
labts, take slmediate ep teo embate thel bsart mme fir
toeas positiams, s Oas s ll besable amema to Nasem their
electleo. A Legislative Tickhs for the City sad Parish of
Orleans will be announced it a fowday..
Your Committee think that mech a eourse of actio, to be
adopted and execated by the Central Committee mad by our
D emocratic frieds throughout the State, tI aecordumeo with
the foregoing sugg ione , best calculated to sere the ed
for which we etiefly labor-the Dedat of the propesod Cen
stitu'le. I all er saresueatsea youer ommittee bve mot
forgotton the actlo of the late State ConventiUo, and have
endoavored to coaform to its slings as far as practicabla
In ccseordance aith the views and priniples heresabefore
set forth, we recpaed our Conservative frlds throughout
the boate to auprt the Ioleotewag sicht far e iaes, -.
bracing all present ncmbease who aee haowm to be taverable
to the defaiot the proposed Coutiteide:
THOS. L MACON,
Preeldsm Daemoertle Stav Central Ueomitte.
T. L MAX"6W.t I
W. M. SN~Al WOOD, 1Seetarise.
ltew Orlmans, Mach2, 188,
Lieutenant overaor ..... .........AltBERT VOutARI&.
ecretay of bate ................. ...J. H HARDY.
Auditor ..............................L. . PRALrA.
Trem ser .... .........................DAM Otl
Attorse Goaeral....................A. S. EttON.
SBperhsteadems Publladesutle.....IL. . I"SHE.
State Assesor .................. ....M. M. lENRY.
.. ...................... IL A BOZONItR
.. ......................J. ULDA.
.................. ....J. C. O 'LDINQ.
Tax Collector, First District .........T'M&AS A*KEW.
Second District........L. LR M t1E.
Third .. ........MARO DOVART.
Fourth .. ........HEURY BENSEal
PARISH O' ORLEA.IL
For Distriet Attorney, CHAS. H. LUZENBERG.
Judge Pint District Court, aDEOND ABKLL; Clerk,
Judge Second Ditrict Cart, JOHN CULBERTSON,
Clerk. P. L O'RORKE.
Judge Third DistricLt Court, C. f. EMERSO; Clihrk, IA
C. B INRL.
Judge Fourth Diatrit out, PAUL . THEARD;
Clerh, R . O. BOND.
Jldge tth DHrict Caar., .. D. 09DEN; 0lerk, LOU1S
Judge BSixth District Court, gUY DUPLANTIME; Clerk,
JeC* Saveuth Dlctrel Court, T. W. COLLIU; Clerk
JustIee of the Peac, Ftrnt DistriMt-G. W. SADLEB;
Constabka, WM. CAR.
Justice f the Peae, eaond Distrlet-PARIb CIII
DRESS; Coastable. JOHN C. KUZAC.
Justice of the Pace, Thild Ilstric--PAUL W. OL
LENs: Constable A. J. WAINBR
Juatice of the Peaeo, Fmurth Dietrite-AUG. VIAVANT;
Constsable, P. AD. FOtTIEL
Justice of the Peace 1 !ifnb Distrl-JOHN SIIOWNLEB;
Constable, JOHN MBADI.
Parlh of Orlemm.
Justioce .f the Peace. Bith Distrot-TMOS, a COL S;
Consta·ls, WN . AIRIL
teriff, Criminal Court-J. O. NICION.
Sterl. Cival Court-JOHN L LBWIS
Coroner, below anal street--C. DELERY.
Cronor, ahbove Cmal street amd Algters-P. B. McKE,
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Mayer......................... ..d Y URak.
CoturoUer ...........................O. W, QOU1IRTSi.
Sitrset Commlsaoi. r................ C. .AtkMMA.
ecrener First Distrier............JULIAl PVYIIaE.
Second Dlttret..........A. .GASTINI a.
Third Diatriet........... . I RNTN,
. uosl DIrletrk...........BU MAT JAKdON.
First DistrteIt-JAMES McCLOSKY, WILLIAMSON
BMITH, GERAtD aTITH.
Seeond Dtstrtet-G- O CLARK. NORMAN WHlITwN .
TLird District-J. MAGIONI, EDGAR MONTAGUT.
Fourth District-A. W. BOSWORTH, THOEAS Mo
First Werd-T. H. BIOG4N]OTSAM, P. CUMMINGS.
Baoend Ward-J K PRAGUE, i. LUSOBE
Third War--WM MYcUt.LOl(. C. H. SLO'OMB.
Fourth Wsrd-H. r BTUSICKEIN, C H. . STRIdGILR
.fth Ward-JOHN YOUrNEES.
Sixth Ward-V. PRADOE
ieventh Ward-JveHl PAPLET.
Eighth Ward-J. RltAYIGAL
Ninth Ward-ROSPRT WIN.
Teeth Ward-iUtE O. W WST.
hrleventh War--p. KAIIBEL
Frst Congwestena District-A. W. WALKERa.
lecond 'ongresiotal bLe -ric-Co. JAIMS MAN.o
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