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I'UltMSltK.I) 11 V JOHN II. OIlKltl.Y A CO. j
l. P. IIAIIIIKI.I., AfM'lCUTK KDITQU.
MONDAY, J ANITA UY 3, 1S71.
'labor Brothers can't be undersold
Mr. .1, 0. Ware, of Jonoaburo, was In
the city on Now Year's day.
G'o to P. Nell's Tor the mot fashion
able clothing, tf
Sliurlir Myers bus taken rooms ut tho
l'ltchorfc Henry's huge stock of lArd
wuru, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc
will lit- Hold without lectin! to cot. If
Tin: City Council did not meet In Joint
Bcsdoii last Friday evening. There was
not ii quorum present. Nino member
only put In tin appoatunce.
Illinium lluiiv Iiirltetil.
Tlitit eligibly situated business house
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth stieot, U
Torrent. Apply on the promUe?.
The Hoard of Aldermen of the City
ouiicll convenes In Muted session this
evening. Wo know of no important bus
liu s to he transacted.
The Cojitluetitul Is tho only cook Htove
wi'li Hlldlng oven doors. Warranted In
nil respect. IMteher & Henry, at WJ
('nnnicrcinl avenue, cor. 112th Htreet.
A mund of tho Celestials who were in
the city Saturday night, stole the paste
board show cake which ornamented one
of tho windows of I.oo Ivlob'n bakery
Kind elites day board can be
t-coured at AVulkor and Hi-son's for
S5 per week. The bill of lure consist of
of the best In the market, nerved by ex
pertcutereraln an unexccptlounble.'stylc.
Hklir.t Oaylord's Minstrels ad vet Use
to perform twice at the Atheneuni o.i
the nights of the 7th aud Sth Instant.
Tho company has heretofore risKed
Cairo, and Is spoken of as meritorious,
compoti-d of excellent performers.
Choice candles Sfi c. per lb, (mix It
juui.iwii; mini duiiiiuij mi , l'ifiiiiiiuh
candies cheaper. Cntiued and dried
fruits, and all kinds of groceries very
cliutpat l. ii. Phillip', opposite new
Chitom Hoiihf. 27tf
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The city, during tho present winter,
lia-i been exempt from the pestilence of
Kinall-pox. Wu have heard of but ono
case, that of a negro, who coutructed
the db-easo In St. Louis.
(Jolil llmcrltt iMtl.
A gold Illume bracelet with miniature
ease, win lost yesterday afternoon, prob
ably In the uppor part of tho city. The
Under will be amply rewarded by leav
ing It at this ofilce. St.
Merchants, and other cltizenw, who are
required by ordinance to take out li
cense, mint ih) ho before next Saturday,
or else titer will be proceeded against
without further notice, and in addition
t liccuto money will be lequlred to pay
a Hue and coats.
We will give live percent, of ourfiule.-,
till the 1st of January, to the Orphan
Asylum and Jive per cent, to tho Sisters'
Hospital. Our book.'-, at all time.-, open
to Inspection of Treasurers of these Insti
tutions. TaHKK HllOTIlhKS.
Councilman Williamson Is seriously
discussing tho proposition that his peaco
of mind and business interests require
him to resign his heat in tho SelectCouu
cil. Wo hope ho will not dually deter
mine to take this stop. He Is a faitt:ful
and intelligent member of tho Council,
and the city, cannot allbrd to loose such
men from Its legislative body.
The completest st ich of gentlemen's
furnishing goods In tho city , Is to be
found at Miller and Mlilur'n. It would
be a remarkable want, indeed, in this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest figures ruling in tho
Tito report has gained some currency
in tho city, that tho Kato Putnam trotipo
Intend to revisit Cairo, and play another
short Heason. Their return would bo
hailed with much pleasure by many of
our citizens, who appreclato tho real ex
cellence of tho company; and to glvo td
thorn a proper degree of encouragement,
in return for a proper degrco of courtesy
on their part, would nlfbrd us much
Almost giving away. Nell' is Helling
genl'.s undershirts aud drawer, and in
fact everything In (lout's underwear, so
low that it does not look like buying
them at all. It is more Uko giving thorn
Wo itavo received a letter from Dr. I).
Arcourt, dated at Thebes, complaining
that tho county court, after declaring no
ii it 111.1 ... ..f,.ii, r.... t l. C
lllllTir imiiK lwtit.n ti t t i I 1 1 w 1 nti itlivul
till OHIlkld Itlf.li II t tu nitil timiinf o
regular iihy.sician." Ah this seems to bo a
muiiui in wnien in. Arcourt is moro in
Icrestod than tho nubile, wo shall bo do
lighted to glvo his attaekH upon tho county
couri 10 uio peopio for a very small con
Wo aro Infomud that several of tho
KnlL'hts Temnlnr havo manifested a
great ileal of anger becnuso tho report of
tho banquet furnished to us by Dr. "Ward
iter was curlailed, and tho printer, by
mistake, gave Mr. Jtwott Wilcox tho
title of "Sir night." It has boon said,
that tho report should have been publish
ed In full, and that tho typographical
error was an intentional one, mado to
ralso a laugh at Mr. Wilcox's expense.
Tito gdntlomcn who make this assertion
aro both thoughtless and mistaken. The
poison furnished U3 any written re
port of the banquet. Dr. Wardner gave
to us a few uotoH, and told u verbally
some of tho events of the festive occa
sion, and we, ourselves, wroto tho report.
Therefore, tho -ehargo that we curtailed
tho ueport is not true.
We aro probably under many obligations
to tho Templars as an organization, and
will oblige them by compliance with noy
reasonable demand. That we Intention
ally gave Mr. Wilcox the title of " Sir
nluht" Is not true. Tho error was tho
printer's.. Sometime ago Mr. Wilcox, in
an insolent note, which had tho solo merit
of brevity, ordered his card out of tho
ituik'tlii,' because wo allowed Messrs.
Walker t Slsson to pull' their hotel In
our columns at twenty ceutH u lino;
anil wo therefore owo Mr. Wilcox
nothing; but, wo hope, no friend
of the 'Bulletin' will, forainoinent, believe
that we would ho thoughtless enough to
hihiilt any society lit order to turn the
laugh upon a short sighted hotel-keeper,
who happened to bo one of Its mombors.
Taberilrothers will give money or goods
for old Gold and .Silver.
Nlnlu TrnelicrV A'iclnlou. Why It Did
.Vol Mcpl In Cairo,
A Mr. Utter, of the JJxecutlvo Com
mittee of tho Stato Teachers' Associa
tion, mado what he called an explana
tion before the Association, on last
Thursday. Ho ssld, that tho determina
tion to hold thissc3sion of tho Associa
tion at Cairo had been abandoned for
two reasons: IJecause teachers and lec
turers could not be got to Cairo, and be
cause tho "hotels and citizens of that city
had refused to extend any hospitalities
and prfvllegos." Wo presumo it would bo
dllllcult to Induce teachers from all parts
of the State, to attend a wlntcrscsalou of
tho Association at either Cairo or Chica
go. Each of these cltlos Is at a great dis
tance from the center, nnd loisj; jottrnlcs
In wlntery weather aro not pleasant.
Uut the insertion; of Mr. Etter that tho
hotels and citizen of Cairo refused to
extend my hospitalities or privileges, is
not tho truth. We know, that the man
ager of the St. Charles hotel, who Is not
to bo blamed if ho does desire to make
all the money ho possible can at tho
business of entertaining tho public for o
much per day, manifested a disposition
to makeall ho could out of the Teachers'
Association; but this fact should not
have discouraged Mr. Morgan or induced
him to ask that place of meeting should
bo changed. The cttl.ons were ready
aud anxious to hospitably open their
doors to tin' expected teachers. However,
the city has not lost much by tho failure
of tho AM)cIatlou'to meet here. It is a
body moro ornamental than useful, aud
its conventions result in little good clthc
to the public or its members.
Shell oysters, game, etc., can always
bo fecured At Walker & HIsson's restau
rant. Nov 2 tf
Who shall bo tho successor of ShorlfT
Myors? Is a question that several gen
tlemen aro becoming much interested In
already. There aro three IUchmonds In
tho field at this early day. They aro
quietly laying. tho wires aud making
preparations to havo thorn manipula
ted In tin-proper manner at the proper
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J.ICr.XSKS FOB !70.
A I'llOMIT Iti:M'.W.I. IlrKtUI in:i.
Notlco is hereby given to all merchants
saloou-kecpers, draymen, and all other
persons Interested, that theie must bo a
prompt compliance with tho provisions
of tho ordluanco requiring a renewal of
licenses on the 1st day of January, 1S70.
On aud aftor tho Oth of January, all per
sons who shall havo,falled in this retpect,
will bo promptly prosecuted, tho police
of tho alt having bceu specially charged
to proceed, without further notice, to tho
prosecution of all who may then bo de
John II. Ohkkly, Mayor.
'Attest: John Ukoww, City Clerk.
December "3, ISC!). dlw
Ilallcllu Xuw Vcur'M Aillr,
The addressof tho 'Hullotin' carrier at.
traoted much attention throughout tho
city, and with opo volco was acknowN
edged to bo tho finest piece of letterpress
printing ovor before executed In Cairo.
And tho truth Is, It was beautiful, al
though It was, of necessity, crowded
through tho jiross wltt much haste. Wo
ropubllsh this afternoon the rhymes, so
that, although of little permanent value,
they may bo preserved in our files.
100 dozen genuino English and Lisle
thread socks, at a great reduction in
former prlces,at Peter NefPs, No.71), Ohio
Our t'lmrlereil Institution.
Wo understand that tho City Nation
al Bank declares n dividend of llvo por
cent., freo of govorumont tax, from uio
earnings of tho past six months, after
crediting threo per cent, to surplus ao
count. ' '
Beo what Taber Brothers oflor to do for
tho Orphan Asylum.
Drowning or tlip Cnrpenler of the ,Stt tun
Tho name of tho", carpontcr who was
drowned from the steamer Baker was
Hardy. The manner of his death was
not correotly reported to tu. Tho wheel
was n1 turned by the engineer, but wus
turned by tho action of tho current,
while Hardy was working nt ttio rudder
In n skill'. A negro, who was also In tho
skiir, saved himself by clinging to tho
fantall. Capt. Trover sent six dollars to
tho family of tho deceased this morning,
and, with the aid of his crewdutends to do
so weekly during tho Winter.
Tuber Mothers manufacture any arti
cle of Jewelry desired.
Saturday was not genorally observed
as a holiday In Cairo, nnd thero was a
dearth of fun and frolic which mado tho
day decidedly blue.
A cold, biting wind, mado itself very
busy la tho afternoon, and relentlessly
twitched at tho cars and noses of street
pe.ambuUtlngcltizcnH, finally driving ui
raost ovcrybody Jndoor3, whero tho lov
ers of "something to tako" consoled them
selves over steaming beakorj of tho
"rosy," toasting tho New Year's with
many a hip, hip, hurrah l
Tuber Brothers huvo uplendld Dia
monds. The funeral of Alderman John P. Gib
son was attended by a very largo con
course of citizens. The disease of which
ho died was orcsypolas"; and, owing to tho
fact, that cars could int bo obtained on
Monday, tho funeral was appointed for
yesterday. The consequence was, that
many of tho friends of tho deceased did
not hear of his death until It was too late
to bo present nt his burial.
mm - m - ' i "
Knit Jackots, till wool, at tho actual
cost, nt P. Neil's, No. 70, OhloLovce.
Uso Euder's Chill Cure. "It never
Tabci Brothers have handsome Holi
Thero aro two gentlemen in tho city
endeavoring to make arrangements to
establish enterprise-', which, were they
inaugurated and placed upon Mire foun
dations, would result to tho great advan
tage of Cairo. One Is hero for tho pur
pose of cstnblishinga largo foundry, com.
pleto In details and capable of doing all
kinds of work; and tho other Is Peeking
to obtain encouragement that will Justify
him in erecting u largo woolen factory.
Wo do not know exactly what kind of en
couragement these gentlemen want; but,
If they are worth tho conlidonco of the
puhUo, (which fact should be established
us n preliminary to all negotiations), they
should be encouraged In every manner
possible. Cairo must manufacture, or It
will never attain to any remarkable de
greo of prosperity.
Notico Tabor Brothers Jlvo per cent of
bales to Sisters Hospital.
The stock of Kill: hats at Miller & Mill
er's comprises the very latest htyles and
the finest make of the reason. The
variety Is very great, the stock large,
aud prices havo been regulated to bar
ini'iilzo with the times. Call in and ex
Taber Brothers can tell you
llrnth of Alderman John 1 Glton.
At eight o'clock, on the evening of
Now Year's day, Alderman John P. Gib
sou died at his residence, in this city,
alter an Illness of several weeks dura
tion, Ho died without n struggle, sud
denly, before his friends know thero was
danger of such a swift dissolution. Ho
was a nativo of Ireland, comparatively
u young man, and during life Wtta a iniin
of Indomitable perseverance, and great
deal of energy. His remains were tnkon
to Villa Bldgo yesterday afternoon, aud
burled in tho Catholic cometary,
Gent's calf boots only 3 75, nt P. NefPa
No. 70, Ohio Leveo. tf.
Tabor Brothers, still allvo.
P. Blelly having determined to close
out the balnuco of his goods nt tho
earliest possible moment, will hence
forth sell nnythlugon hand at cost, and
I.ES3T1UN COST! tf
Jl Ititllrnml "Ilrail Ilcut."
J, W. Seranton Is a young man who
trayels on, forged railroad pasi-oa, and
hitherto has been a very successful dead
beat. Ono day last week, ho conclued to
tako a journey from Contrnlia, where he
was then located, to Effingham and ie
turn. Ho accordingly wroto not tho
proper pass, which thu conductor accept
ed as genuine, and in duo time returned
to his hotel, much elated wito his success.
After a short rest, ho armed li basely with
a forged pass, from Cent nil la to Cairo uud
return. Conductor Cormiok, whoso eyo
lsnotoft'jushutwhou ho is awake, detec
edtho forgery, and wlthoutglvlngSorau
ton any reason to believe the fact, telo
graphed'to Officer Arnold to bo In wutt
ingforthe tletected sharper. Aud Joo
was. Scruntou Jumped from tho train
at aajllghor's mill, aiid was immediate
ly arretted, Ho was returned to Contra
ltu, and held to ball In, tho sum of $500,
which ho could not give, und wont to
First-class day board at Walker & Bis
on's restaurant, at $5 per week. tf
Tho finest stock of Silver-plated Waro
in tho city at Tuber Brothers',
Nome; I'.iVJIi ul iri
A lT.it Tlioill.
Two hundred as. 1 c .
men arrived In Ibis ci:.v
y five Chiuti
on the htoamor Mississippi. Tho .major
ity of them havo been years In Callornla
and wore engaged In San Francisco by
Gen. John G Walker and MnJ. W. II
Ithea, as Inborers for a Toxas Bailroad
enterprise. Tho cost of transportation
from San Francisco to Now Orleans will
not exceed llfty-four dollars per head,
and they contract to work for Moasrs
Walker fc Ithea for thirty dollars per
mouth, in gold, and b6ard, lodgo and
clothe themselves. White labor in tho re
gion for which they nro bound com
mauds.two dollars, per. day,,gold, a'ndLJa,
very scarce, ut.thot Jlgnre. Shpuld
these, tho pioneers of" " tho
Chinese Immigration Scheme,
realize for thofrenipl6yef.flijj;hopes thoy
havo been led to entertain from tho re
ports of tho builders of the Pacific road,
ns to their worth as laborers,, thoy .will
be immediately followed by thousands of
their race. MaJ. 11 , tells us that ho can
furnish the South with' sixty thousand of
these laborers within a year. They are,
in person, cleanly; ilntelllgent looking:
temperate In hablti;foud ofindney !-a?id,!
knowing how to keep It, aro rarely without
It; aro faithful in their contrncts, suspic
ious and timid of tho whlto race, which
has not been, in California at least; 'over
kind or houest to them. ,Thoy aro,t.very
clannish, and It would be ulmost.un, Im
possibility to Induce ono of their number
to deport his party. In appearance, thoy
fill tho common Idea entertained of
them; small In stature, golden-yellow In
complexion, high cheek bones, low fore
head, nnd tho "pig-tall," of which they
aro both proud and carorul. In tho mat
ter of food thoy would scarcely bo called
fastidious, from the standpoint of hn
American or English epicure. Tho cook
Ingnnd eating of fish,'ontralls, head, tali,
and nil, mixed with a large quantity of
odlferous tallow uud rice, wpildhardly
bo relished by many of ojtr own people.
But us that Is a matter of taste, purely,
no one will bo disposed to quarrel with
thorn on that account. After being visi
ted by a largo number of our citizens,
they left our whurf yesterday nbout.noou
for Now Orleans. '
NefT's Is the nlneti to buy, yourShirLs.
He has on hand a magnificent stock
at prices that defy competition. For In
stance all wool llanuel shirts," ono fdol
lar and a quarter each well made. tf.
P. Blelly has a largu stock or'liaCs,
which will be sold at New York- whole
sale orlnia tf.
Do you want a stylish hat? NefPa is
tho placo and the only placo to find
them, of all tho latest fashions nnd in
great abundance His stock, in this line,
cannot be equalled in Cairo. tf.
For good fitting clothing ready mado
or mado to order, go to P. NelT, No 70,
Ohio Levee. tf
see Tuber IJrolhern' Bohemian
Have you t-eeti theAlaska boots? Thoy
are the mnt comfortablo boot In use. .For
sale at P. NelPs no 70, Ohio Levee, tf.
Gold is down, nnd. bo aro the prices of
Taber Brothers' elegant llJouUric.
Dan. Able, Columbus; Vni;' Whlto,
l'aducah; Lumsdett, Nashvlllo; Talis
mah, NiusIivIIIq;. Mary Alice, Pittsburgh;'
Dick Fulton, No. 1', Pittsburg; Hawkeyc.j
Pittsburg; Qulckbtep.ilvausvlllo; Fayet-j
te, Kvausvillo; Sam ,Qrr, Evansvilie;
Indiana, Kvausvillo; Silver Moon, Mem
phis; Mlnueola, Cincinnati; Kmporor,
Cincinnati; Big Sunlbiwer, Louisville;!
Maty Houston, Loul?vlle; Countess, St.
Louis; Julia, St. Louis: W I) Dance, St;
Mississippi, St, Louis; Clara, St. Louis;,
T. L. McGlll. U. Lou!; Kate Putnnit
St. Louis; Colloal, St. Louis; ,TJnnup-i
son Dean, New Orleans;' Columbian,
Now Orleans; Messenger, New Orleans;
Lorenii, New Orleans W. J. Louis,
Vlcksburg; A. Baker, Kastport.
Dun. Able, Colunibus; Win. White,
Padueah; Countess, Xavsoosi.BIg Sum
llower, Zazoo; Julia. Vlcksburg; W. B
Dance, Ib'd Blver; Kato Putnam. Pitts
burg; Collossal, Arkansas lUverjTlinmp
sou Dean, St, Louis; Columbian, St,
Louis; W. (I. Lewis, St. Louis; HawkJ
eve, St. Louis; Silver .Moon, Cincinnati;
iitnporor, Cincinnati; Messenger, Cltif
clnunti; Lorenii, Ciiieluunti; Lumsden,
Nashville; Mary Alice, Now Orleans;
Dick Fulton, No. 2, NewOrUaus; In
diana, New Orleans; Idnporor, New Or
leans; Mary Hoiiiton, New Orleans;
Mississippi, New Orleans; Continental,
Now Orleans: Clara,. New, .Orleans; T,
it. McGlll, Now Orleans; Quickstep.
Evansvilie; Fayette, Kvausvillo; Sam.
r-T O 3 ,f ,M ;
Tho weather was cloudy and cold yesj
torday tho mercury in tho thermomu
ter regaining at tlivvftuwli'li'il !
day and standing several degrees below
It last night. Thls'inomln'g'fi light snowM
fell, aud tho temperature was tlireo dij
groes abovo tho freezing point. The stiji
ghown out faintly sowrnVtlnlos, but; the
clouds genorally iio.ltl jno mastery
Tim rlvnr ha
sinco last repoi
Tho Mississippi was rising nt Ht. 1jous
probably.. caufio a deollne. . Tho Icq. had
eiitirejydlsuppdaretl,- but tho collossal,
opt .ftoui Bt, lbulH this morning, reports
new mado ice nearly all tho way down.
Thero is nono passing Cairo.
The Ohio is failing nt PJtiaburg, with
eight feet water. It is also falling at
Louhvllle, witlt about the same depth of
waliir on tho fulls. , ,
Hn' ( finbirluml u.irj Tenti'
TheContinontal, cltnrod for N. O., Fri
day night with 1400 tons roceivod here.
The McGlll, Julia, Collossal Dnnco,
und Lunsdeu recolved largely hero.
The Evansvlllo and Nashvlllo Packets
bring fair tr'lji for l ishlpmont from Cai
ro. Tho Kato Boblnson has been raljod
and will goto Dock for repairs. '.'
Tho shark, which has" been h ich and
dry on a bar below Vlcksburg for four
months past, floated oil' on tho present
rlso and Is now In dock nt N. 6.
.The Chapipiou.ouileavo'red to raistth'o ,
Leonora, No. 2, auul. at the Loulavillo
wharf,,but failed. ... , ,u(i
The Kale Kearney, is a grouiid at Ca
lico Island, and tho Colorado and For
syth, a ground at Hat Inland.' '
Tho,(WhUe leaves as ustjal for l'aducah
this evening, and tho Tallsma'for
Capt. Cliarlei T. Hlnde Is ngent for thu
Tno arfdlrutors In.'tltHeasooftlio Itich
iuond mid Wild Wagoner nwarded ?17
fcOO fcalvago to, tho BIchmond. Tho pi
Iota of the Wagoner were to blamo for
Tho now wrecking boat Titos. T. Eck
ertj commanded by our old friend Capt.
Dugan, Is finished, nt a cost of $od,000
and has commonced work ut tho wreck
of tho Swallow.
Tile largest utoqk, of over coats in tho
city, at P. Fell's, No. 70, Ohio Lovco. tf
A Hit of Ix-llrri remaining unchlmol In tho Popt
,OMli-eat Cairo, Illlnon, on Saturday, Jnntiry ISTOj
. LADIES LIIT.
UlcinnJtr, Mrs Knny; Ilrllnn, MlM.tnnaj
Tiirton, llettyj llorle, MriJillln:
,Caitt, Winectaj Coleman. MiiOt;
Kigm,MiM.utrati; Kagnn, Mn Kanoyi
II'oi'r, Mim Miry Ann; llrnninKcr: I.nrritn;
(rnr4liJJr;, . I , ,lSic. Jilt- lilinj
jini-'w, Mr. Jllllil; 'llfb.JfimCirollnfj '
;lluj,'lit, Mh Itoxi Julin.oii, M r lliilvr;
i.nnicy, .lira .iinry; .mishit, .ir u.io.'ii'i;
Marnhall, Mm ( J . 1'ciUlnj, Mrs .Mar- J;
I'cnrson, Mi i:iim J ('.'); lVirrr, Mr Mariuoa;
licit, Mm Khzalicili; Jtohlnnon, Urn It;
S'ott, Mr Ni'lIlN Kanlc, Minn .Mary A;
'I'uylor, illM ll.Ui, , tTJigiurrD,.MlM Millie;
Wlupplc, Mrs lK.it; I I WllnouritliM Kiiinia:
Wilion, M-.s Molllc.
Amler.'on, fiu; Aycr, lMwIn;
Ilruniilpy Ixm.i, lluritnii. Win;
lloll, Ju-ni)i; lloyil, John;
llryant. ii(2) llauer, J'l.a.ant;
iifuiu, muiu i-i, J'".m wiinain; r ir
Harm, IS Ifltf , i :tm.n.ili; jlur, TT f 1.1
llril.it .Tr,Ktl!l . I
J) ClIiililMI rJone:
llm kiicr, George (cut
Coilfy, T J;
uiu i.icnarii (-)
( rowcll, Wm II:
("jin,y, Jolm II:
Ohriftian, Wiu; . .
Koll, John W;
1 1 my, Jamci;
I'Vjr, IbnMi f
Hunt. Win: ' . ...
Caria'ly, Jnlm II;
Iscrol. W l:
1-1 r, C W;
1 1 ' Jamoo;
Holme. O I);
ll irr.vU W 2)
lnc, llnrneo i.
Jcal, !( W;
Mih.ney. t -intii
Maokcy, O W;
l'arkor, W 1';
hlnry, Jiioli .";
Tuvrero, J It;
Triwcy, Dennis (21;
Villi, t,l;ili1. iMnt'.
Wli-ilir, llonry lt
lliniiptiroy, ImvU I.;
Hill. 11 Kl'
Men1 er, I'hilip;
Near- in, J;
I'arkar, II II;
Iteiliy, Jatiu'n II;
Hay. II J;'
Mint p. John II; a ;
Tlionion, W V; '
Thompson; K W; 1(1
Wn. l.titmi. C 1
U W (I)
Woolilrme. llsrror (21
Wall; i crune-i.;
i iiiiiui, . ii ii.
Terton r.illnu for any ol tint al(Oru.U'ltrr rl j
pInMp eall tor "Alrtfrtucd ittiur," ntut iliilnto
PIUihI .t. J. M. OltAIIAM. I. M.
a nmwi. rob:
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