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FOB WHICH THE DEMOCRATS ARE RESPONSIBLE
POWERLESS TO PREVENT
Tho flcpiililk'Hn parly Is rapidly (hiring Info llio position of ncccpllni;
CiiImii nnncxnllon. They npokiRlzo for It. Who woulil not, coimldcrlni; tlio
solemn pIc.lRrg Riven that Cuban independence shoulil not bo Intcrrcreil Willi?
Hut It Is a caso of "llarkls U willing" nil right nil along the llnu In nopuli
llcnn circles, llclow nro two iiuotnllons from leading Hepubllcan journals In
two prominent ucct-Hiignr States. Tliey were published within the past two
weeks and constitute tho latest utterances on Cuban annexation. If Rcpub
Ik an Journals In licct-sugnr States havo not nny moro right In them than Is
evidenced by these articles, there Is even less to bo expected from tho Repub
lican parly ltself.Wnter lannot rise higher than Its source, nnd the Repub
lican parly cannot be expected to put up a fight against Cuban annexation
when there Is no fight In them on that subject. Tho Republican party on
annexation Is llko Sheriff Ilrown 'powerless to prevent".
The Only Way with Cuba
Wo nro much Inclined lo agree with
Senator llcvcrldgo tlint since the Uni
ted Htatrs hag assumed tho manage
ment of Cuban nlTalrs, It should never
let go. To bo sure, there seemed no
Ltimclcnt reason for Intervention, but
Intervention Is n fact. It would huo
been better, wo thlnl;, to bac let tho
Cubans nlone, lo settle their difficul
ties In their own way, holding tho
(lovernmenl there responsible thero
for whnlevcr occurred.
Hut that was not done, and now,
whlla wo offer the control lo Cubans
again, the facts remain that we have
nDEiimcd control, that what the Cu
bans receive they will receive from
us, and that wo set aside tho 1'alnm
True, we sny that when tho Cubans
set up tho Government that they wish,
wo will step aside nnd let that (lor
eminent rule. Wo did that before,
nnd should wo do It ngaln, It Is prac
tically Hiiro that tho defeated party
wnl make n war such as tho defeated
party did this time, ralso n revolt nnd
lutupel another Intervention.
It will not do for this Nation to
play fast nnd loose with Cuba In tlita
manner. It wo nro not willing to let
her alone lo work opt her own silwi
tlon, (which woflo not seem disponed
In do), then wo should nssumo the
(.ovcrclgiity nnd firmly nnd perma
Tlio Teller rerolutlon of nhjuratlon
nil to Culm was tho wildest sentiment
nl folly;' It would havo been far eas
ier, nnd in the natural order of
conts, for us lo bnvo retained Cuba
openly on tho withdrawal of Spain;
THE INWARDNE8S OF CUBAN
Tho truo Inwardness of American
Intervention in Cuba Is coming lo tho
Mirtncc. Senator Itoverldge spoko tho
word In opening tho Hepubllenn cam
pal.tn In Chicago on tlio :2d (Sept.),
when ho declared that In his opinion
"tho progress, even the civilization
of til 3 Cuban people can best be real
ized under tho American flag," Ho
did not mid tho word "cxploltntion" lo
"progress'' nnd "civilization," but
Hint is Involved. And tills sentiment
evoked a great outburst of cheering
Horn his Rcpuhllcnn auditors. Kvi
dently the Into Senator Hanna's drenm
ol violating tho American war pledge
to the civilized world regarding Culm,
has not been abandoned by his survi
vors. Tho concealed purposo of "tho
Republican party In going to war
with Spain, long ago revealed and
frustrated. In being now brazenly re
asserted. Its ulterior object may bo
, Infcircd from Iho following excerpt
Iriim nil ndvertlsemcnt of tho "Can-iidn-Ciibn
I-nnd nnd Krult Company,"
In a recent Issuo of tho Toionto Globe:
"If (ho United Stales assumes tho
Fovernment of Cuba, In six months'
llmo not a foot of fruit land will bo
told for less than $2A() per acre."
i i i
A3 IT APPEARED TO A REAL
Kdltor Tho County Hcacon: Were
.Mm nt last Sntuiduy night's gather
ing nt Aala Park? If not, you missed
i.n opportunity to Judgo the "strain
of harmony" (hut rn.ii through tho en
John Hughes' plaintivo query.
"Whnt Ims tho Democratic party
done?" will bo nusnered on tho (Itli
nt November. In tho mcontlmo Joint
might get down to actual figuros nnd
t.iro up the "stable" basis of our fin
ances. If ho does ho will II ml that nt
the present rate o( our governmental
expenditures his grent-grandehlldreii
will still be paying tnxes to meet In
terest nn whnt It costs to run tho
Georgo Davis' fervent appeal lo vo
HONESTLY, NOW, DO THEY DE8ERVE IT?
"They mado eiicIi it iiiiibs of tho whiskey hill last tlmu that you ought to
send them back again to tho Legislature Jut to lc them nhow you how much
better they enn do Jfils time you know, nl any rate, that therc'n lltllo il.il;
of their doing nny worse, for (hoy couldn't It they tried," This In, In ilfi-el,
tho Kind of argument Judgo Davis Is putting up for (ho Republicans on Ihc
THE BULLETIN RECALLS ITS TWO-FACED PROMISES
Nveu nowspupern sometimes have In cat crow, YcBterday tho Hiilletiu,
with a big frown on Its fnco and n choky kind of oxpresslon, 'acknowledged
that lln charge Hint Inukca hud pinmlsed ouc-thlrd of tho police Jobs In
Hume Rulers wouldn't hold wnter. Tho truth seems lo be, from the llullellii's
own account, that Col. Inuken has only declared that ho will not usu bis posi
tion ns Shcrlir, If clot-led, tn hullil up n political machine, but will servo nil
people mill nil parlies alike. This Mud of politics Is entlicly too Inoud fur
Iho Itepiibtlcuti machine men, mid nf course, they'll try to decry It,
CASTRO 18 NOT A SILVA-TONGUED ORATOR
The I'nrtucuiniv cnudlilalu or Legislative lionorH on tho Republican ticket
It n very nice nung mnii by Iho iiumo of t'ntio, Ho wasn't tlio cholcu of
the rortiiKiiesu tnntlur.ent nf (ho (1, (), but ha got Ihcio Jiibt tlio name, mi
far na Iho iinmliMtluu wuu ioikciiiciI, Hut Iiu Is Inn nliu u fellow In hit hep-
icnrcil tn twu cuis In I he l,e(ilal,iluio, uml liln cistwlilln friends hiivn iluUdcd
thai ho shall slay nt home, And I hey think lie might In K't iiimrli'd l. ml
HiIkii a family hefniu imprlii( In u M'lil In luiilitlutlvn iulU, Tim ilUuppulnt
imiil llio vltuiilliiii poem, in IiiiM fur him utuxi'il lilm in limo blH li'iiilier
tiiMumliul Hi Hi1 Aula iiii'dlmi luM Halui'ibiy iiIkIiI. vlii'ii lm pill riimn m:lv
iliiK iibnill Ml'. Hllwi, IiIh Deniiniulli' llwil fill' III" Minn polliii, llnl Dim
Hit U jiiiiiill Tim rull(ul!iiii liu'll u nn i In lion iluy will Unuli lilin n i
that would havo been considered the
nntural order of procedure, and there
would have been nn mora opposition
than thero was In tho case of I'orto
It would bo not much moro dim
cult to retain tho sovereignty now, for
probably tho great bulk of material
Interests In Cuba desire It. Those In
terests nro undoubtedly with I'nlmn
and against Ilia Insurrccttonnrlcs.
And ns soon ns those Insurgents set
up the Government which they con
template. Ihoso Interests, nnd nrnli.it
lly tho rcprcsentnllves of Anicrlenu
nnu oincr inreign iinesiors, win pre
sent n united front against It, and
will demand re Intervention by tho
It is a sec-saw game, nnd this coun
try would linvo dono better lo keep
out of It. Hut now that wo nro In, wo
should stop the sec-saw; nnd tlio only
wny to do that Is to remain ns inns
ten Hero Is another from tho Snn Fran
clscn Chronicle of Oct. 4th:
Tho United States nssurcs Cuba
Hint It does not desire annexation.
The nbsurnnca Is well received by the
Cubans, but they nro likely to keep
on doing things In such n way that nn
nexntlon will eomo whether wo de
sire It or not. That wub settled when
tho reciprocity program was carried
Into effect. A Jiig-hnndlcd proposition
or tho kind which this country had
forced upon it could havo no other
outcome than tho one In sight. That
is whnt those who planned tho thing
designed should, hnppon nnd It Is go-
ling to happen, assurances to tho con-
ters to give bis sldn n chance to undo
tho legislation enacted by them two
j ears ngn wns on a par with Hie glib
statement of Sam Dwlght Hint "It
can't bo, dono" referring to the-. Dem
ocratic' plnnk creating a mlnlriium
wngc on public works. Tho men
whom Sam tried to "work" by such
specious argument nro still to bo
Next came tho good-natured, lotund
Zoo man, jvlm was for tho machine
nnd morp of it. With an "whocaics-lor-expenscs"
air, ho dilated on what
tho outer districts ought to have, un
til It hecninc evident that tlio "gear"
had slipped a cog. Ills Imitation,
"Whatever jou'want, como to mo nnd
I will try to get It for you," will no
doubt bo engcily accepted by follow
ers of tho "machine" between now
nnd election day.
Tho straits of tho "machine" nro
lest evidenced by tho nttempts of
Vhla to rako up issues of ten years
nnd moro ago, when a candidate for
Scnntor on his own ticket mny have
been Iho ono to cause tho nrrcst mid
Incaicerntlou of tho present head of
his ticket, and when tho mnn lo whom
ho now plays henchman wns tho ur
testing officer In tho case of moro
thnn one candidate now running for
"Charley Opunul." as he loves to
htylo himself, should get down to n
(cw common-sense arguments In fa
vor of his candidacy, or ho may find
the "I.ucas" brand of sawdust don't
Rawlins' plcn for moro salaries,
coming after statements that tho Gov
ernment could not afford a f l.!ii wngo
for laborers, wna received ns It should
linvo been, his plcn to let bygones lie
bygones being n fit reminder of the
work of tho Inst Legislature when It
put the knife to teachers' salnry ap
propriations. Tho icmalnlng speakers fell In lino
with tho "policy" governing thosu
nbovo quoted, nnd tlio second "Grand
Rnlly" of tho Republicans ran prop
erly be termed a barmimyfest.
A UKAL. KAMAAINA.
JOLLY GATHERING WITH LEAD.
ING BUSINESS MEN AS THE
GUEST8 SPLENDID DEC
"I propose n toast to the Hub of lUc
Union, the greatest Union the world
has yet pioiliucd. for the must remark
nbln pcopla and to the greatest 1'icut
dent of Hiein."
This vni Governor Outers prupui
nl In iliisliiir Ills ic.iiionse to the to.ul
The Piwhlcnt," at tho bumpict uf
the Honolulu Stock and llond Kxihaiige ,
given at the Mtfina last evening- It WaiiumiSojar Co So
was a pithy sentiment well cxprcsse-ll;.''.;"?,,'-nnd
was greeted with tho applause and' MiNcr.li.AM-.oiii
rllpnrs liinrltnt I .Irr-lalanJ SluamN C
in, i !. . I " . r .1 c. I I-. Hawaiian llclllc Co .
This (lint buliipict of tho block I.x- , Hon k 1 f tCil'tJ....
Chnngo wiib spie.id In the private din- Mm M T L Co Com
lug rooms of tho hotel nnd for pcrfec- ttiu'fcll:
Hun In every detail mid good fHlicv-l niinHaiirii4Co7....
Ship It outshone anything Honolulu I Hon. U. jjjj"
has Ht produced. It was certainly siif-l m..i ni i inc.il
flcleiit of n suacsii to wari'.iut the llx- jlw lnrl4 i c
change banquet b-lng 11 jcarly nrr.ur 2 im'.'m?'? '"'II."
Tho inaiiiigemciil of (he hotel whs IIiwTu in im-. "'....
told lo go ahead and prepnio tho best J T'"'1 r
that 1011I1I bo hud. Nothing belter iniild ci prsVKcIi."
lit) luiuiil liny wnnit. 1 no iivtin.iiiniitf ,
were mot clalioralc nnd iirtlsllc. 1 luti
liuiiiiiii.i nt. tiui.iti i un nti.iinuiiiTiwsim'l''i'PCt.i
lilntu nnrlfliii mt.t 1 1. 11 rtiitt it. 11U ft I Hllrt U U Ot CllH 6 f C.
levelallon. 'Iho celling mid walls ntS1S,T!f.r:,t0J;it
tho HHiniH were ilranuil uilh !:nrl:inda Oahj k & Ldonc
of malic with lilies mid within each '
fllili'iat II n nil nlfli ll In t.ll I if- '11 III (ill.
II clcitllc blllg. The ml-.
.veil- libed Willi nplendlil!
lofiislon of lloweni, plnkn,1
ii'iini n iii vkmiii: uuifS iiiu '" 1
"red lishts woi
clicct In thu til
rntoi nnd oliryKiiutlicmiuitii thai mloni-l
I..I II, n l.-,.,..,,ol l..,r,l 1111, 1 Hi., in-di.r'
There was orlgliiallty nil nloni; th"il
line mid the cnmmlttee nt nrraiiBemcnl.'
(onsktlng of Gcorgo Thleleii nnd llnr-
ry Lewis, matin n rcmrd Unit will uevci'
be lmiroei iiiwii, Tho menus wcio
printed 1111 shares of stock In Iho bui-
ipict company, of wliUli Tlilclcu va:i
I'rctlilcnt and Harry Armlliige, Koku.i.'
While I lie banuili'lerii wctu busily en
cngeil In the ordinary routine tbej were
Inturrupled by newsbojs briugliii;
copies of a flii.im f.-it Journal prep-'ircit
(or the ucraxloii, which bad many gay
nnd effective Kiigcertloiis an In future
nuance ( tlio iylands.
Jas. !. Morgan was seated at Hie
head of t Iiu tablii with Govunor Cir-1
IN ALL SEASONS AND TO?
PRIMP 18 KING
No beverage allays tropic thirst asdo:s
IL!? Tl!cn conic iu:rc for t,ic'ri"s i
kX.Tfja W'c ltavc many licattttftil ctifj.i;c B
RVlk) VJ UK'nt r,,lj;s ''I'nrkliiJB with iiitr. I
Uf pVuV Jl Hy nnd prices nrc n.s lov as jcr- I
filiyi cct Jclua can be bold for. I
J M. R. Counter,Foji't St J
tcr nn his rlclit nnd J. 1'. t'cu'ie on hW
left. Hurry A I initio did tho hoami'
nl itm imiinslle i.iul. minnoiioil Ijv .V1!-
llam I'fntiuih.iiier ami Ilicluld !.
Kirly In tlio evening Mr. Areillugi
ilitro.luied "Rubrrt Dollar" Slilngo as
Hid liiiislinaster of Hie oven lie. n rn-
tponslblllty which thu bccriliry of tlio
Uxrhnngo carried with cicdlt to him-
Eelf nnd honor U the KxeliaiiKO, Tim
lor.il lu (he President waa drunk tlnnd-
tug and iitulil cheers Governor Carle;
vn culled to loipoud. Tlio Governor
lefcucil with enlliusl.iBm lo the ice-
onl of the CnHiilcnt foralwajH maktiig
good und told of many pte.'naut lucl-
dents In whlcli he had been nhlo tu see
and know the president elor.cly, Mr.
Carter closed with tho toa.t alicady
L. Teniiy Peck was limit curdlally
locclved when rising tn ies I tn llin
Iiust "The llankeni." .Mr Peck lobl
I.OIIID rihhI stories mid then ild a tie-
Well, I toy, If you ro (cellny blue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
com to that is. If your clothes are made by us. Wo mokt 'jarmenttj tb.it 1
I liave bTYl.T. and (jflACr- and u'va to thu wearer INDIVIDUAL DIDTHJU- 1
I TION. Wo iniko lo your individual uirs-urc (or the tamo price you would I
I havo to pj fur ready tswcnrn, and we give oatlofnclloii, I
I BAVLMIUI)Li:.MAirBI'HOHnai I
I Our llliio fjcrtjo BulU at 25. have no equal in towm TMUY AMU J
C Rrcwrr Cn ,......
E PUnuilcnCo ...
Hawaiian Acfkulfuf t C
H Com ft Snot Co,
riillnSu:f Co ...
Honomu i-uptr Cn -Hnnnk
Kahvilcu plantation Cn
Kl!il plantation Co Ltr
Ktpahu'u Sn f Cn ..,
nlm Sufat Coimhhi
Mcllryd Sujaf Cn .
Gah-l Suraf Co , .
Onvkttt Sugar Co......
OnkaU Sir" Plant Co
1 I j 1 t
t7 I 8
Olaa tueal Colid
OlAWAlO L.I... . -....,
Paajhit Sural I'lanlC
I'actrr naf Mill ....
Pali Plantation Co ...
I'fptrktn Sugar Co ...-
wIi.Ks5r.vcJ , ..!
1 1 J,H K
w p.(. ...
, Ji''sM i5 l
"""' ' ;'"P c
&', !rV". si o'.iV"
10 -Wiilulua, $I.7.0U,
. , . '-;:.
0L",et 'W nu1''"'. ' cents, or
"- a on-
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 6 34d
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND E(OND BROKER8.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex-
012 FORT ST TEL. MAIN 12.
iirvdl tribute In the btreiiKth nf the
'banking Imtltiitluns of tho Territory,
"The neonle. in 11 (ho vicissitudes ill-
wnyn havo f.iltll in tli(ih.inki'," s-jid
Mr Peck. Tills lie iKihilH out wau a
riulllnhln. (uliimeuliiry on tho snuiid-
tirss nf Hawaii's banking mclhuds. lie'
iielleved tluit Charles R. Illshop liad
inoic lo do with t-etllng thu lliiailelal
polliles on tho light track than any
other nnu man who iniild be. named.
Ho set Ihc pace lu tho early dny-i mid
lil.-i ninr-ervntlrn and huiuut cxaiiiplo
hod been follow nl lliionslioul.
'I'. Cllvo Davleii gino nn Interesting
review uf the giowtii of the sugar .igen-
clej mid their liitlm.ilo p-irt In main-
Iiilnlui; the pro-pcrlty uf ll.u lal.iitdii.
Ho paid a particular tribute lo Hie men
' who began dm won. and laid Iho fniiud-
ntlnir; (or tin) jnesenl bjilcmllil Indua-
(rial Httiicture whlih attracts itttcu-
lion thiouiihoiit tl'e wurld.
.las. V Morgan lesjioinlcil to the
Your giocer sells
While Mi-am riiI'h Mockyihi
W. M. Aioutim led for Scattl
Mr. nnd Mis. G. R. Mauc d
ycstcnl.iy for Seattle.
Thom.tiS Rao tailed on the Mo.nu
csteiday for Vnncnuvcr.
If tin nro In need nl help nf mi)
kind, ulcphona .Main 17.!.
Mr. mid JIM. 12. Ran left for Tori
land yesleiday, billing on the Mnnni
Hero's ii hirpalii. 1-2. W. Jord.iii :
t'o. lll sell Tor this week only urt lloor
(tigs ut JT'.M.
Ladles bo on hand I-'i liluy luoriilng;
Whlluey d -Miiish will sill i.'nsli LI
mouos lor 2i ccnla.
.Mr. anil Mm V. It. Clinro sailed jc
tculay on tho Mo.ina fur Vancouver,
en unite fur Cortland.
GouTiior Carter was out In his auto
mobile, this morning being examined
(or n llfnt:fl us chnlfciir.
Call nt the Knsh Cm, Ltd., store mid
select a suit (rum (ho very latest full
clylcK wlillc the hit Is complete.
Tho luter-Islnnd stenmer Helcnc ar
rived fiom I'linuhnti thin iiioinlng
bringing Jl'27 lings of sugar. She had
A fit months old ce.ira ruhlicr tree
from the Nahlkit pl.iiilallon lias been
placed on exhibition In tho window o(
I hu l'roiuotloii Cummlltce.
In the tnae of I'liuil; 12. .Icuks vs. Iho
Diillotln I'libllshlug Co, the pl.ilntlff
liis niUed that the dcfciiilnnt'u dciuur
nr be dismissed with nisi.
rorly-sln candidates for County of
llio lime hied iiomiuatlnii ia;iers, mid
me now, nciordlug (o law, (ho only
onei who ran inn (or tlio.c ntlkes.
A cult was tiled thin morning In lln
Clniilt Court of Alfred Marjirju vii.
-foli it Lnimelulli fur tho sum of I.'li'i
mid Interest nt U pur cent on u note
Oited July H. 2dUI.
The lehc-irssl of the l'arllle ldci
uilnrticl tlimv will bo pojlpnned until
Kiiliinby eienlng, Oitnlicr Siith, nt tin
resilience nf Mr. J. S. Ililley. King
htiect, lommeucliig nt 7:(1 sharp.
Tho oil steamer Itotcvrans sailed tblt
uflerui'ou fur Muntciey, lmlut; tlio
oil barge Monterey. Tins Roscermin is
l.iinlly In before she Is ready lo get nut
ugalii. Her stay thli tlmu was only
iibotit If! 1 iimr p.
C.iptaln Grcory, of the Mlknliala,
who recently returned from n trip In
the Coast, Is again In lommmiil or the
KtiMtuer. He ictiirned this uioinlu:;
finm tho llr.it voyago slum lie resume t
inniinand Tho Mlknliala hroughl In
this morning HH8 trigs of sugar.
Til" s-iddlcH nnd bridles stolen from
Hie stulilu of Sam Damon miiiio ilni.
ago weio returned to thu police lasl
Siituulay fiom Kauai, whither the)
had hern rent liy the thieves. Mnlu
loloa und Knlimuknnaknnlu nro nnv.'
nwnltlng trial In tho Circuit Court
lor tho 'heft.
A mlt for divorce w.-u entered. In
Judge lie Holt's court this morning by
Kalill'.lna lit Kulcl. Tlio plaintiff ul
I'C.ei that thu defeiidnut, while at l'2wa
l.iM April "then nnd there Ih-iiI, brulsid
wniiiiilcil rtinl lll-tre.ited her mid struck
her several violent mid ilatigeituir
btnns upon the body with his ilcmhcd
I1M." She sayiljo tluit ho "did tluiiw
l.pp to tho ground with great force and
vloluice." She nsks for $i)U'J damage
i. a ihc rioiilt of her mistreatment.
An Interesting test cine which hut
been before llio courts for u lung llmr
was finally hroughl tn trial hafmc
Judge Do Holt tills morning in the
iniiller or tho Tenltory vs. the l'arllle
Oil Transportation Company. Tlio can
ii.iicciiis the payment of u license by
u foreign inrpnrutloii, Tlio defense
hulils Hint on ,-iico.int uf the fact that
pait nf tho capital i.ln-lt of the cum
(any In luvuiled in tlio Teirltory It
snouiu exempt tlie Oil Co. finm the
law. The Teirltnry, nn Its pait. ilnlnib
inai in lie exempt Hie entire cnpltal
miiiiini lie luvoitcd hero.
4 G14 4
(nasi "AIiiih nnd Ot'Jeils of thu SUmU
Kxchance." review Inn tlie cirly ma
lurv and hrlimliiu lu niitlru tho great
value nf the cu-hunge In promutUig the
hnslncES of the Territory.
The toiirt 't'lhe Cress." fell tn Wal
lace It. Karrlngtim. nfier which tlicrc
were calls (or Tlilelcn, the man ro
t-poiniblc for tho luniincl prosrntu, l
I. Dllllnghnni uml Geurgo Cooke, the
youngcH member of llio HxelmiiKa.
Mr Dlllliigh.im reviewed the Indus
trial nrngrchs uf the iilaiids. Ho was
oi'tlmletle nml tho to'.iHlng ehecis give:
htm Indlinted how the crowd tnnd ou
the subject. Dillingham said the duivn-
fall nf the cuuntry had been predicted
many tines. It hasn't gone yet and he
iloc.in't lulievc It Is lieidel 111 Hut dt
irclliin or will go.
The dinner closed wllh n toast by tin
gueilii to the hosts of the Stock 1.x-
Anions those present were Governor
Caiter. Messrs. L. A. 'Iliurnluiii Wll
lard 12. llinwu, Jmni-a A Kennnly, !'
i L lluegs. 12. K. P.ixlmi. )5 1 tlpiildlnu
r. M. Lewis, C. II. Couke, J. Hiirrla
McKcnzle, Ales. (I.irvlu, A J. Camp
bell. Hurry AriuHngo, W. O. Smith
.I.uue.i '. Morgan, T. Cllvo Davles, J.
It (iilt. 0 II. Atherluii, II. It, Reldfurd,
(Irorhn II. Rpherlson, Geurgo P. Couke,
Illcliard Hers L. Trnuey I'rck. W I
Pfntcnhauer, W. 11. i-'arrliiglnu, A. P.
Afong W. Linz, J. 1L Cooke. R,
rililntlle Ciorgu I'. Tliluleu
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