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MILLEN imu TIIK CIAMI AM)
liKNOI NI KS f|| AITHOK.
I.?-tt?*i- I'l'um.'i ( '.'liiinitli'i' I>i*nv
In*** T'l-h \nv Money Con*
M.leratiuii I titlm-i-i I linn
To Wit lui cow .
Thc Republican leaders and wire
pullers were as busy a- been yesterday
afternoon circulating political documents
tending l<> Loom the canvass ot (andi
Thc circular Intimating that Mr Mid
len hud na lived i:,oiic\ consideration!
for withdrawing brought oul the folio**,
( Lilli OF Tm LaBOH Hi u vi i>. <
Rn IIM..Nii. \ v . n.vember 1 ivv'
i/. ** - Patton, Oi and 8t
Gentlemen,-?A slanderous circulai has
been circulated upon the -neets hy some
( ow ard w ho wa- not man enough f<> sign
pla name to it, charging me with having
received a considi i i *a Undrawing
from thc ninv:i-s 1 am Informed that von
gentlemen ari- familiar with all tin cam
paign work nf Nh. Wise, ami know
\n nether any money consideration has en?
tered into thc matter, and whether anv
proposition even, has Leen made tome to
receive money for withdrawing.
By answering thc above you will j
Iv oblige irs truly,
\\ ll Mi i i rv
Kn HMOND, \ mber 1. l"v'i
Ur. WuTiarn il Mullen:
I n ar Sir, W. arc just in receipt of
your favor of this date. Your informa?
tion that wc are familiar with lim cam
paiLrn work 'd' Hon.George I?. w iseiscor*
nat to this extent: lt was confidentially
Intimated io some of u- on Saturday Ly
>.ome of your most earnest follower- that
you and youi committee had become sat?
isfied thal thechai itiment anioHL1
the colored people of thi- district had
been bo great in th" last few day- as to
render youi election impossible, ami that
under thc circumstances you had Lei n
advised by many of your supporters
to withdraw, ami that for reasons after
vvaids mi admiraLl*. Bel forth in your
(ard, you wen- strongly considei
it. Acting on this Information, we con?
stituted ourselves a committee,by the ad
vice of many others who had heard thc
lama rumor, to consult with your friends
a- lo the truth ot ihe same. < >n Saturday
evening we met with some twelve or fif?
teen of youl friends to talk over the situ?
ation. Tiny admitted the fact that you
would probably be withdrawn by your
committee that night, and that being un?
derstood, they did md hesitate to express
their bitterness ami disgust with the
treatment you and your friend- had re?
ceived at the hands ol Messrs. John 8.
Wisc and Edmund Waddill, and further?
more their intention to return to the alle?
giance of tin- Democratic party.
We then parted with your friend- with
the understanding that wc would meit
:iLrain that night al the Circuit Court. Io
hear a! tin earliest moment the final
action of your committee, which was re?
ported io us about 12 o'clock of th-- same
We then perfected arrangements to ad?
vance the interests of ihe lion. < leo i 1 ?
Wise throughout ihe district among youi
followers. The details of these transac?
tions i1 is uiim cessary to mention, inn in
view ol lin- slanderous card you refer to
we take pleasure in asserting most posi?
tively that you win- not presenl at these
conferences, nor did wc consult you in
the mallei : thal the imputation that you,
orany om- for you, or any of your friends
or followers, received any inoncv cl m
other considerations inducing you to
withdraw is an Infamous slander and
J \mi- IL Patton,
JOHIN W. < ?il I \.
Il M. >\ii rn. .Ik..
S*l I \ \M - S loKI.-.
TIIK "TIMES" CARRIERS AIM
DIRECTED To COLLECT WEEKLY
MX CENTS A U EEK.
The Travelers' Protective Asso
A special meeting of the Virginia Di?
vision of thi- Association was held al
Murphy's Hotel Saturday evening la-t?
Presldenl Simmons presiding After tbi
transaction ot routine business, thc fol
lowing resolutions wen- unanimously
Besotted, That a committee ot three lu
appointed to draft a suitable -ct ol n
lotions to Le ptc-i m. i to the Chamber o
Commerce, setting forth ihe aims *lMl
Objects of this Association, in order ti
secure their co operation.
i ommittee t Colonel W A .lames
Robert 9. ( rump, am irdozo.
Betohed, That a committee of five b
appointed to solidi subscriptions froi
our merchants generally, in order t<> et
tablish a -nit.iLle headquarters of thi
Division in our city.
Committee President Simmons, ll 1
Roberts, .lames Augustine, J. S. Hai
wood, and ('olonel W \ .Limes.
The follow ithilien Were a[
I pointed aa a Committee on Revision c
;> Laws: il L. Hirshbei ?. w li Mai
Well, and I".. B I anlo/o.
The following gentlemen wen- el.'eli?
as representatives of this Division to pn
cced to L\ nchbnrg to organize a P
thi- Division to he known as Post "A.
Virginia Division, T. P, A. ofjthe Unite
State- : Colonel W 1',. .latne- and Mal
Secretary IL E. Hirshburg ; altern
Director William Reinbeimer and Vici
President s. c. shield.
Adjourned io meet January 7, 1887.
AN OM) 1 'IIAIUiK.
William linker, who'was arrested on a
Lench-warrarit issued hy the Police Jus?
tice on Saturday, the OM warrant hating
expired with the tenn of DfBcC of the
magistrate who had issued the -ame. waa
tried and found iruilly. His offence WM
stealing ;i pocket-book containing |48
aLoiit three years ago. Hs wu-* sent to
jail for four months,
I ill UoI.l.oK \\ slloollM..
Thc continued case of William Brit?
ton, charged with shooting James Hoi
loren, came Qp for trial, baring Leen
continued from October 25th.
M Holloran testified timi Britton
came into his har Batnrday sight, <>.!..
her -od. and called for a j la-- ot Lc-t
gin, and asked Holloran if hi- Credit
?.?.tod until Monday. Holloran replied
il wa- not. ;i- he (Britton] owed him
money already. Britton claimed lie bsd
paid the money. Holloran said ii made
no difference aboul that, and wished be
would not come to bis house, and ordered
him io go out. Britton did Qi
Holloran caught him Ly ihc collar and
put him out .lust as he put him outside
the door Britton drew Ids pistol, -aid
"Take that," am! tired. Hie hall striking
liim in hi- right breast
Otlni wUneases ti dilled to the same
effect, nm! Britton W a- sent on to the
ll!', s i. \ mu ni it nu REPORTERS IND WAS
BEST TO -1 UL.
John Branch, o/km Theodore Reeve, was
charged with trespassing upon thc.
the Newport New-ami Mississippi Val
When asked by Justice Riceardson why
lie had two names, he replied that "thc
reporters had a way of telling such fairy
talc- in ihc papers thal lie didn't want
hi- right name Known." He was identi?
fied tis having Leen in jail in .Marni.
for shooting a man.
urity in Hie -mn of -
mired for hi- good behavior,and in- was
Beni to jail in default "I -ame.
i..i mi him on im. nour.
Saturday night between 12 and! o'clock
( .a].; ai n Pica-ant-and Sergeant Matthews
raided a poker room tn-\1 to tL
Charles Hotel. Finding thc front door
closed, Sergeant Matthews effected an en?
trance through ihc St. Charles Hotel,ami
came upon -om< ten or twelve person4
enjoying a quiet game. Two or three
jumped mn the window, ami upon
up -lair- tin- Sergeanl found the proprie?
tor. .1. W. I n.:.!'. on the roof.
ld. -ii! on to the grand jury.
IA IMlJi VI loN WAIVED.
( Jarvis, charged willi runnii
poker-room a; \enteenth
?. waived .an examination and was
sent on to the grand jury.
i ol i.un' r iii i r wu i tu ids' i . i .
Roseberry Mosby (colored) wa- also
charged with running a poker room.
This raid was, like thc others, made b)
? ?am Matthews.
R -cherry acknowledged that lie ran
the poker room. Lui didn't know it was
against the law. They "just only played
;i little two-cent-and-a-half ante.
Justice Richardson accompanied tin
party which made thi- raid, ami said thal
there were nearly thirty people in the room
which is aboul sixteen feel square, 'som.
few jumped out ol the window and wen
mo!'.- or less injured. Mosby, the pro
prietor, said he found one fellow hanging
out of the rear window where he bai
Leen caught by some honks in the backo
his coat, "and he hung there just iii-.'- i
man being hung, for he couldn't get dowi
and In- couldn't get up, and I found bin
there unconcious about 3 o'clock in tin
morning. The last l Baw of him In- wa
down on hi- knees thanking God that In
Sent on to thc grand jury.
-Til.I \M.I I'
Tlic case of William Jackson (colored)
wini wa- arrested in Theatre alley Satur
day night for running "a jug," was con
tinned unlil lo inoi ;
Taken all in all, Saturday night wa
rather an unhealthy .ni-' for gamblers.
st'MM - i;V ..! POI ni ? "! RT Ul SINE!
... i oi.i
( riminal case- disjioscd of,
.nance violation- l:
< . mi icted of misdemeanor,
.Lided in default ol
Brok'- Ho Shalt.
A horse st tai bed to a buggy in w hie
w a- seal, ll Pro! 1' Puma!', of Kiel
m. nd < 'olli ... fell in front of Tm Timi
build noon about
o'cL ? iii of the buggj wa
broken, and the harness bad to be cul lu
1 i could be raised to hi
Yesterday afternoon about 5 o'cloc
Messrs. Meade and Reynolds were drii
im-: a horse and buggy down Main
when opposite the postofflce the hors
became frightened al a music -
which was advertising a political meet inj
and began to jump around in rather
gaily manner. After makin
jumps the horse reared Btraight up an
fell Lac'v on the buggy, breaking one <
the shafts. The horse and buggy wei
the property of Mr. Kennedy, and il
? iitleincn were gil ing it a trial, ii
tending to make a purchase if suit* i
Neither gi ntl. man was hurt.
Still Another Smash-up.
As a Larrc! wagon, Hu- property of !
Metzger, was coming Mown Main stre<
yesterday afternoon thc bind wheel can
off when about oppositeTm Times offlc
ihniwinir tlc wagon across the street-ci
t rack, r|'lc- lei -.- :? ?' tooee and lau
short distance, doln j QO dam , ?
one wa- hort.
MURNINI.. AFTERNOON. A NH NIUHT
Tho lt'-fi h-tii.i1 H oi AnniviTKiiry
Tin* Ifi'si'liuils .uni Mia**
.?ol Li lu '? 01- NI ????! Lmetal.
One of the events of Min.lay's services
was the celebration in tie Lutheran
churches ,,(' the three hundred and sixty
itiiiili anniversary of ihe ".real Reforma?
tion by Martin Luther.
Services began in the morning al the
Mission chapel, at th-- cormr of Thir?
tieth and S streets, They were continued
at the English Lutheran (hurch al ll A.
M., and concluded at the same church al
8:80 P. M
At each <>f tin se IL??. . Dr. L. A
l-'o\ officiated, and preached eloquent
-'inion- applicable to the greal i
which the dav c. uniueinorat ed. Tin
beautiful and inspiring hymns ol Luther
were sung and the day was om- of pi
praise, and rejoicing. Ai i eh s,.rv,j(.,.
collections were taken up foi the mission
At thc Qerman Lutheran church the
same programme as at Air English church
waa carried out, with the exception that
the -erv i. conducted in German.
Although speaking a different tongue
and balling from another Lat heiland,
German, English, ami men of all lands
..ii ilii- great day united in rendering
praise to the 'me Cod for His blessings,
ami in celebrating a day dear lo the
'' 'ant ( hurch from pole to pole.
The anniversarj meeting of tie
: | bud Mis- . i.i v w as held at
the Broad Btreel Methodist church at half
pa -t ? o'clock. There w as a very lull alt eu
? of the Rosebuds and their friends.
An address of welcome was delivered by
Mi John ll. Hampton. In the absence
\. W. E, !
at li" -i. km-ss. Mr. c. c. Walters
made an interesting talk. The prize of?
fered for the largest amount raised by any
one Rosebud was presented by Mr, M. L
Willis. The exercises were interspersed
w ith good singin
TLe services at (Md Market Hall w. re
unusually interesting ami impressive.
Thc hall wa- crowded to ii- lull capacity.
i; . hi il"- sermon w as one of his
best. Tin !c\1 Wa- .V"!i: Psalms, ll.Mh
chapter, I5ls1 vi r*e ' Thou art near. < >
Lord.'' This i~ |
the Bible, ha\ ing i ;?'>
led Ly Mr I'. IL Hotchkiss, was
spirited and joined in by nearly all the
V ,'lst i loll.
At the ( otifedeiatc Soldiers1 Homi I
A ' . Bledsoe, of Broad-street church,
officiated, and there was some
At the Male!Irphan Asylum We\ 'lohn
M. lintier conducted tin- . and
the male orphan choristers rendered line
A meeting of all the superintendents of
Methodist Sundav-schools was held
at Centenary church Sunday evening.
The annual election of officers did not
Ai Broad strei Methodist church in
tin- morning Kev. Mr. I.staid, the evan
. preached. Tl:
w ill Lc continued.
At ihe Fourth Presbyterian church
Rev. .1. Calvin Stuat alexandria,
conducted thc sen ices.
'cut on Strecker's Hill
.. am! a! iln- Salvation lent on West Cars
street Mrs. (Captain I clover ado
? flowine meetings.
lovely day drew mit full I
tion-, and all of tin- sen ice- morning
noon, and night?-were well attended
ami were, no doubt, profitable and In
Tiie young-men's meeting at tin- Young
Christian Association rooms was ;
interest ing one ; led b} M r I). K
Rev. Jabez Fox, of Washington, of tin
denborgian Church, lectui
Marshal] Streel < Christian church at
s o'clock Sundy on thc 'Divine Trinity
in tin- ' ? Person of the Loni Jesui
Mis. Rachel Mai I land, am
M : - Hannah W Si S En jlaild
Loth ministers in the . lends
the inc'tiii: house Sunday at 1
o'clock. Thi- i- the yearly meet iv
their di nomination.
For the Cont. > pel.
acknowledges the receipt for th
Soldiers' Home chapel of a linc liogsheai
? ? Burley tobacco, from Mr. .1 I H
t Cincinnati, < duo ; and also a lot ol
w rappers from M r. \\ sj ndman L
M :: i
bis lol w ill Le offered on "< I
next Thursday at ' \|
The proposition to have memoris
window- in the chapel from ever
eral lav oi
and it i- hoped thal the matter will b
pushed. Contributions for the window
w ill ed hy an mittei
diould have one
llev od"S in w ill reach th
city with his family about the middle,
this week. This distinguished div inc hi
call to Leigh Baptii
chun ' .i Sunday morning he w i
preach his iii in ti,,, afternoo
111 !?!. Tl
order ^\ exercisi s. wbich will Le full i
interest, will Le published in i
Look Out : el '? ? ? ?
Si\ handsome prizes w iii
for tin- DaiLI Timi.- who gi
? -i route Let ween this lime an
IO Christinas Mir up. now. both nunan
Loys, and -cc who ?.?.iii rake iii ihe prize
The grand jury, composed of thc fol?
lowing gentlemen?George A. Ainslie
(foreman), V. A. Favier, John II. Smith,
John M. Hiiririns, W. W. Timherlake,
Peter I). <!linn, and Orpheus P. Katlin?
found indictments yesterday against tbs
following parties for felony:
Georgs W Thompson, William Deane.
William owens, Baward Brans, Prank
W Banks, William Douglass, Henry
Jones alias .1. II. Thompson, William
Britton, William ll. Ross, William Mal?
lory, Nelson Harris, Willie Page, Samml
?lack-on. .lame- Allen. S P. Woodson,
Ada Gregory, Harry C. Mayo, J. W. Mc?
Donald, John E. Hill.
Por misdemeanor: Louis Euker, M
Rose, ?! P. Chopley, jfork .lame-. Tobias
Thoma-, A P Qulcher, John nurra]
I len ry Stotmeyer.
The grand jury then adjourned until
Parti'- who have Leen indicted for vi<>
lating the revenue law- bl carri il
business without license since the i-t of
May la-t will Lc tried next Friday morn?
ing in tlie Hustings Court. Those who
w ish to defend their cases DttUBt appear at
; lia! time.
A Sacred DiP.y to the Dead.
l leneral Charles .1. Anderson. Major w.
M. Brans, and Captain George C. Mount
castle, the committee of IP P. !.'?<? ' amp,
?lowii to Seven Pines Sunday to
ifter Hie Confederate dead v.
Lodic- Lave not Leen exhumed. They
were accompanied by Lieutenant Ellyson
\\ Martin. They found many Lom- which
doubtless belonged in life to both Pim
yesterday the committee went down
tl and brought up thc remains. They
will Lc interred in Hollywood under the
direct ion of thc Ladies1 Memorial
elation. This is ;i graceful duty, and the
remains will Lc sacredly cared for. w bel her
of ihc Gray or thc Blue, 'lhere i- now
Lut one tLcr, om- country, and one destiny
for as all.
The Hlgh-Wati r M
Mr. Fred. S. Myer- paid for the banner
lot. at Laurel ana Franklin Btreete
per front fool. Thc numbi ' pur
chased was 48j}, ami tlc -um paid
sin. tun cash. This is -aid to be thehigh
.-I price ever paid for ground in the city,
the maximum her.!..fore bei
lot wa- purchased from Mr. Byrd
rick. Mr. Myer- now intends to
erect on the finest lol in Richmond the
finest private residence in thc city.
.mond has no more enterprising
and popular citizen, and all Iii- friends in
and out of thc city will rejoice at any
fortune that may ensue to him or
One Colored Man Shoots Another,
John ? llasgon s?hot I. M. Myers
terdaj at the cuni' nth and Tur?
pin - I bad on :i
thick coat which prevented the shot from
entering his body, and as ii a
or eight oi them lodged in his chest.
The city ambulance, Dr. Smith in
ch.ar. called and carried the
wounded man to the City Almshouse Hos
. w h.rc the -hot i w hich an No. 0
Lirdi. were extracted. Al last reports he
rell. < Ifficer 'Idiom
-wore out a w du-I (rlasgOW , Lui
. ile hour lasn night be had not ;
For Swei Sake.
Thc fair of the Little - the
Poor vi ill be opened at the Regimental
iv to-night at s o'clock. A ?
band of music will be in attends
( empan) I I ind the nobb)
itzers will be at the fair En full dress
uniform. The 1 idies will have many use?
ful, beautiful, and valuable articles. The
Armory is garbed in gay attire, and the
? -ion will be om .: interest.
Let lhere be a liberal response to l<
peal in behalf of one of our noblest
An Interesting Occasion.
\ convention of ail the Christian
, churches of thc stan-of Virginia will Le
[ held at the Seventh-street Christian
church. November 3d, 4th, and 5th, com?
mencing al 11 o'clock each day.
I will be in attendance distinguished clerical
am! prominent lay di ' rom ever)
part of the state and many fiom othei
I Mate.-. This church is constantly growing
, in grace, usefulness, and numbers, and it
representatives will bc heartily well
iii our city.
Will Not Leave Richmond.
\ftei ??' ? i msideration Rei. I'
d rector of st. James's
f church, has formally declined thi
? Hatti tl of the ?
John's church, Clifton Springs, N ',
ns are bis attachment t.
'. the universally beloved Rei Dr. Peterkin
tothi congregation oi St. James, and ti
hmond. He will continue to labor ii
? this field. In a worldly point ol vleu thi
i ali w .a- ible one.
ttion of a R
M r I B. Fitch, the .cm ral fri
- ? -ul i\f, ision of i hi
port n. . ind Miss ; S alley >lom
; cake an . I
M r ? oho M uir, ? neral l
manager, in a circular i the busi
offli w ill until further notic
d . ..tc.I under the name ol I
lilian, ch It i- iindei
that Mr. Fitch will engage in busim
N.w "l oik city.
? ? .mk Fra) ne.
At the Mozart Academy i" day at th
? w ill appear in bi
On. The taine lion [j |
-??ll and l dog Jack, with a st ron
company, will make tic- oct salon one c
the greatest inter
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS, RIM!TOP?
ICS, AND SMALL MATTERS.
l'h?* Newsiit t L?-1 >.iv I??lil,*ii Down
and Sci'v i*?i 1 j? in Con*
i li *ri*si*i 1 Si io pi*.
The City Hall hands were p.dd oil
Alderman John T. Chappell ll
after a ICVere ilim
Patti-Roea and some of ber company
arc at Lord's Hotel.
Patti Roaa appears In hi ? bar*
acter," Bob," al the Theatre to*night,
Mr and Mr*. Thoma \ Page b .
turned to this city from their pie i
In the Hustings Court for < >
marriage licenses were Issued; Wwhite
and 12 ' ill
Mr-. I-;. K. Eldridge, of Alexandria, li
ll Lord's Hotel, on a vi-it to her father.
Mr. J. P. Swords.
Another lot of stone for the new City
Hall arrived on the scene of operations
M r. N. Thomas Redford, who was badly
injured Lyu runaway accident October
22, i- able to be oul on crutches.
M r. William H. Woody, now of Norfolk.
Lut a well-known Richmond man. is in
the ciiy. and is warmly welcomed.
Mr-. A. V. Triplet', of New York, re
tunis to that city to-day after t welcome
visit to friends in her native city.
\ number of well-known charleston
refugei - have taken ? ' Ih" Ex
e for thc month ol \ mber.
i ;..v ernor L out in Harvietovi n
and vicinity Saturday looking up several
of hi- old comrades living thereabout.
Mr. N. W. Bowe is building a hand?
some private residence on Wc-! Franklin
street, next door to Mr. Ashton Starke.
nsation is the
of a sixty-year-old -room and a
sixteen-year-old bride*?December and
Tlc Petei bul Ki nni- takes :
Thursday night. M mv Kichmondi i
go over on the Petersburg road at reduced
Among tin' boys who have cuni" down
to vote are IV] ump, W illiam
IL Burgess, .laue's i! Brooks, and L
Among the rs at the
ic 111? ?. ? in- List Satur?
day night wen- Mi -- V\ illiam II.
Woody and Frank -I. Reilly.
Mr. Henry I.. Chandler has Leen BUC
? d iii the Inti .enuc office by
"r. Mr. Chandler has
lt and popular oili
Sam * 'lai kson (colon 'i |, w hi
bar on Broad stree;. Iietween >i\ii
report* d yesti
n for selling liquor on
1. Ravi lings, ol < rimj sn,
kill- t& Co., wa- Wei, oined honie .
by hi- ir ? ti*- ||e cairn
South Carolina to \oi. |
The bark Linda Park
at New port New s at the is.
; of her crew . Tin- matter will be le an
nesday before < lommissioner I'll as
terdav v I . and Sun
da\ ; day
are now but little noticed, hut in othei
times they wee ci lebrated with mucl
v, hat threatened to be a 'ire ii
the innis,' of Sidnej Jasper, on I
I beyond Reservoir, was fortunately
-vi inl and ext ingui* ked by the neigh
Lois Saturday night.
I in- < luting < luL" of the Young I
Christian Association has aboul seventy
;,liefs, lt had thirteen "outings'
to point- of interest during the 1
lt Will fi" kepi up.
account of the
id-st reel Methodist church boil
of order, no rev ival m? id las
:u. The trouble w iii \te repaired to
dav. and meeting w ill L" held as usual tc
compan) a bands **? re hard a:
changing the -witch and making ai
nii-nts to car. u hie
stone had Le. ?
Com.. o tl
? at i i"- meeting Sat uni
? attend tim L
' Thursday night. A Ken
1 peals m costume.
Music in tin- A
So I"-- than thn ls helped t
ke Lie a I
? day. !"?' ween "i ai I rn- da
?? of un; political
ind Richn vet seen
s can .
"ml Police -talion
I mornin st,,\
II pipe in ihe hom
I ii" to'.-. ri -iiiaieu in ?
tlif pic;. 1 burnt . ol ti
if of thr Third District, fm- careh
reckleai in the public tit
Mr. H.c. Beattie, of thia city, i-uletaim-'i
Bl home by sickm
Then- will Le a feast nf the public M :
hou-e mar Mr David .Moore'-, in ('h.
terfleld, to-morrow night
Dr. J. I'. Gilliam, treaaurer of Chet
field, was in the cit] i* I
Doctoi i- .-rain..:: ,;n- ids he
which has Leen
Professor c.".,!.- m ii! /iv . bimot
views of places of ?;:,?
ance lu Europe and Aim!
and friday nights at the Mani h
The work of opening Fifteenth -
from Lain!.ri Lo- to Hull I
im i.' "'i Wh.-n thi- work
| there will be
<?f the citizens residing <>u Cowardii
ie Common I
The Council held its regular n
meeting ai i o'< lock la-t, evenii
Permission was 'ranted Pi
1 to retire, and Mr. I'
qui sted to take the chair.
Mr ' -wu moved io suspend the .
to elect a m
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Knowles, and Bodeker wen- nomi]
Mr Henrj Bodeki
M r. I lem y Bodeker is one of our
iiiLr dniLr merchants, is :1 popular
mond I oy, and will rn
resolution of the Committi
Water, raising the
and to raise tin- pay o'
Aii 01 forbiddin
without the p.
A large tum
ami referred to th
Tin* (Council adjourned at ?
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