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VCirpuUtp.tlie Champion ! .'' 1 ' '
t Lot every ponton who is interested
jia tho growth of our promising young
city,. usj isvpry'exortion, to extend tho
circulation j ot tho Champion, -lust
r boo that you subscribe yourself 'then
ifi Z neighbor -then your friends in
;V the .States"" ; Send , somo '.; copies 1 to
' '' ' them and urge them to get up clubs.
By doing this, you Becurp that which
will bo of incalculable . advantage to
, you;; Our tovu ..will rapidly attain 1
a prominence and position which can
, t ' he accomplished by ih other means,
jj jr Take hold, friends, one and all, and
)!,, ' ;' aid us in this good work.' Thd.libo
'i ! .' ral spirit yott hava alroady evinced to
".? ; " Wards us is sufficient evidence to show
' s that the value- of a good newspaper is
duly appreciated by you. Wo shall
'j ' use every exertion to got up a paper
1 of which you may well feol proud
i Vtherefore see that it is well sustained.
We know you will.
' Gov. , Robinson's Address.
V The address of Governor Robinson
to tho Legislature of tho State of
Kanzas, recently in session at Topeka,
n'ill be. found on our first page. It
is an argumentative, manly and patri
otic document, and gives Gov. Walk
ers inaueural some well-driven dies.
' . .
f We advise every one to read it.
A Complete Fizzle.
The Border Ruffian election held
on Monday, 15th inst., to elect delo
gatos to form a niggor-driving con
stitution, was a ridiculous farce ab
solutely a most laughable affair. The
poor follows, aggrieved at tho sorry
prospect of boing prevented from
i playing their old favorite games at
tho polls, were indifferont about tho
iy. result, and in their strongost precincts,
7 . it is presumed that but u small nor-
tion of their actual strength was as
certained so desponding wore they
on knowing tho fact of their case be
ing a hopeless one. About 230 votes
were polled at Leavenworth. At To
ri t cumsch where it is supplied tho muior-
iitybf its inhabitants aro pro-slavory,
Ibht three votes were polled. No polls
I wpro opened ut Lawrence. 30 votes
' were polled at St. Bernard. Franklin
. .. ' (n.. whfiTfl. wnrflirrnt f.n snv. n. aw Freft
J-J , , 0 J ,
'11 ' Kfntn mon rinvtii'i nnlivl Wn nvn hnnrw
(to state that in no precinct, with tho ex
ception of tho latter ono, did the Free
, State men take part. Tho lluffians
had tho entire field to themselves.
' i3TA copy of the Cincinnati Safe
ty Fund Bank Note Reporter publish
ed at Cincinnati, 0., by Langdon,
Hawes, & Co.', ' is-on our table.
There is such a flood of unenrrent
money in circulation throughout tho
Torritory, that every business man
should havo a publication of this kind
to secure him from imposition.
None that wo have over seen, would
wo moro willingly recommend than
the ono published by Langdon, Hawes
& Co. Terms, per annum semi-
((X ;, monthly, $2,00; monthly, 1,60.
;' 1 . jfSTWo aro under obligations to Mr.
Wm. Mewuinney, tho expressman,
for favors shown this office. lie is
runhing a semi-weekly hack to Law
rence, and doos orrands for those
having business there. Patronizo
, AST If anybody wants a job of
carpenter work done in good stylo,
lot him employ Mr. Wiluam Souns.
li i lmv0 tllQ opportunity to tent
l J " ' hi workmanship from tho many iobs
. ho has recently dono for us, and .are-
therefore proparod to recommond
. him. '
JCSTFiunk E. Reynolds, Esq., is
i our agont for Aurora, Illinois. We
shall look for something big from
Aurora at least one hundred subocri
' bers. Will not somo'onorgotio friends
of ours there assist in soliciting sub-
' scribors for the Champion ? Thoir
, sorvicos will be duly appropreciatod.
iar It will be obsorvod that "Uncle
'. Johnny" is still waging war against
the Pope. In his ndvertisoment he
. dovolopos some' important facts which
. are of especial interest to the citizens
Prairie City, ,
i JtrJoan Ghwitu has a word to
1 i I t i 80V tO tUO 1
peopio. .uoau ma auvor
Anothor column. ,
.' . , 1 '' ' ' m-3m it.
jCir Major AtttxANDKii, has nnulo
M 'i f itMfitlir Ilia i I A Mr At n Ilk Aittnr tlft
ri t VWardin our behalf. We are happy
i " i i . i . .i . - - -
tiif hcar.thattho Major is making ne
' y otiations to focure Anothor intoront
v in town, nnd thorcforo-will notlcavt
t 1 ' ) )),r We 'enn't npuro him. 1
The "Do-Notlung- .Policy". -WiH it
' j Make Kanzas a Free State
An affirmation answer to this ques
tion, must be sufttainod by stronger
argument than any that wo.have yot
heard,' in order to convince us of its
correctness. Tho idea that tho.party
in power, in this .Territory, will ev
er relinquish any of the advantages
that they have .gained, is futilo.
Those who expect, to see tha .time
come, at which they. can. go into an
election, on equal terms with the op
position, aro doomed to oo disappoint
ed. "Judging tho future by tho past,"
the lonaror tho Froo State party keep
away from tho polls, the stronger the
. i -Ml 1 ' . ....., .! tlwin. fPl.n
nut Will DO WUVUIl ttlVUUU UMUIU. X"U
Administration, the .Territorial oifi
cials and their supporters are againut
us, and if wo ever meet them, to set
tle tho issue of Freedom or Slavory
for Kansas, we must meet them on
their own ground, and not on that of
our own choosing. If they do us in
justice, our only remedy is in oun own
action. An appeal to uongrcss, un
less backed up by tho very strongest
evidence, would be of no avail.
Thon "why stand we here idle?"
Why seek assistance of others, bo
fore attempting to help ourselves?
Why think of making Kansas Free
State, by saying nothing, except ac
cusing our oppononts of fraud?
Why hold Conventions and resolve
totake.no part in elections, before
we know that tho law, appointing
and controlling those elections, will
not be faithfully executed? Why
suppose ' because somo Democratic
officials havo been guilty of perpe
trating outrages upon somo of our
citizens, that tho entiro party are in
clined to do tho same thing? It is
nothing moro than right, that' we
shold give 'our political opponents
credit lor their good deeds, and it is
certainly enough to find fanlt with
thoir bad ones. Then why not sottlo
this vexed question at tho ballot-box
where all such is'sues should bo deci
ded? If we are beaten tho first time,
wo can console ourselves with tho
thought, that there will Boon bo an
other opportunity to fight tho battle
over again. By voting, wo place
ourselves in a position to prove up
any illegalities- or irregularities that
may occur. Without dointf so, wo
can nover contest tho election, though
a thousaud frauds should bo perpetra
ted. By going to tho polls, we prove
to the world that wo aro peacoiul and
law-abiding citizens ; by staying a
way, wo repudiato one of the funda
mental..' principles upon which our
Government is founded. Kansas de
mands peace noodd peace and wo
should exceedingly regret any act on
the part of the Free State party
which should cnkiudlo another war
within our bordors. "Tho wayfaring
man though a fool" can soo, that it
is tho policy of tho present Adminis
tration, to throw tho responsibility
of any farther difucuUics that may
occur hero upon us. Under such cir
cumstances it is much better to sub
mit to wrongs than to do wrong.
Wo counsel moderation and deliber
ation, and a reference to this issuo to
the ballot-box. Kamas Leader. ,
Tho "do-nothing policy," as tho
Leader is pleased to term the conduct
of nino-tonths of tho people of tho
Territory for refusing to be bumboo-
zlod to participate in an election whoro
it was as impossible- for them lo havo
auything like a "fair shako" as it is
for tho cloven-foot monarch to keep
from poking his nose into American
politics, is any thing but nptly ap
plied. Why is it, pray, that the Froo
State party choso to stand aloof from
this election ? Was it because thoy
woro afraid that by so-doing all thoir
honor and prido as American froo
men would havo the appoaranco of
boing sacrificed ? Not at all. For
as humiliating as it would be, if tho
Froo State men could participate fair
ly in an election with the Pro-Slavery
party, though under the control of tho
bogus government, for policy's sake
thoy undoubtedly would suffer thoir
pride to be humbled long enough to
onablo thorn to obtain thoir rights.
For us to attempt to show that it
would have boon impossible for tho
Free State party to have participated
in tho luto oloction for dolcgatos to
tho convention without being cgro
giously whippod, would bo insult
ing our roadors. Every ono is thor
oughly poxtod in regard to thoir in
fernal Bchomos. That our noses woro
oountod and everything so cut and
dried that our numbors, havo thoy ov
er bo largo, would have boon over
whelmed by tho old familiar man
ner of importing voters, was a plain
ly demonstrated as that two aud two
make four, ' , ,', '
, "Those who expect to see tho time
como.'at which thoy can go into an
election 011 equal torna with the op
position, aru doomed to bo disap
pointed.',', j ' '
Just so, oud for that very, rcasou
tho Froo Stalo party Are determined
to lave nothing to do with them. It
appears, though, tint Votn? of th;
citizens of-tho Ccntropolis precinct
of' this district, -whoro" tho Freo'Scate
sontimont groatly prevails, wero so
indiscreet as to jeopardize our cause
by electing dulogutosto attend this
convention. 'If. your -citizens' were
as .well , posted as you,. Mr. Leader,
and knew that it' was impossible for
tho Free State, party "to go-inlo an
election on equal terms with tho op
position," in precincts not quite so
one-sided as yours, dont you think
they acted inconsistently as weir as
Whenever the bogus Legislature,
Congress, or some of tho "powers that
be," can or will arrange mattois, so
that the Freo State party can vote on
on "equal terms with the opposition,
thon aro wo prepared to " go in" with
them not before. But then tho Free
State party need " do nothing," noi
hor do thoy propose to. If it is
willing to bo guided by tho prescrip
tions of the Topeka Convention of
March last, where representatives,
elected from every district in tho Ter
ritory were assembled, and among
whom tho strictest harmony of feel
ing and unanimity of sentiment pre
vailed, then will thcy.find enough to
do. Judging from the expressions
we have recently heard from gentle
men from different parts of tho Ter
ritory, we are conviuced that the ac
tion of that body is sanctioned by at
least nino-tenths of the people of Kan
zas. At tho mass convention recently
hold at Topeka the same policy was
emphatically reaffirmed. At no time
in the history of Kanzas, has tho Freo
State party been more united than at
present. Disaffected members of it
aro found in but few quartors. It
will bo seen, that tho Freo State par
ty not only purpose to do something,
but to accomplish something. The
TopekaConstitution reflects tho will
of nine-tenths of the citizens of Kan
zas. To confirm that fact it is to be
again submitted to tho peopio for
ratification. Tho voto 011' tho Pro
Slavery Constitution, will, bo insig
nificant in comparison to' it. Tho
Constitution of tho people goes to
Congress at the same timo that tho
Constitution of a weak minority is
presouted. Under such circumstan
ces, can Congress treat the genuino
Constitution with contempt? We
havo moro confidence in their integri
ty and patriotism. j
Tho course adopted by tho Topeka
convention seems to bo the only safe
one for us to follow. '
The Lawrence Republican.
No paper conies to'this offico which
wo valuo moro highly than this. It
is tha largest paper published in the
Torritory, and in our opinion id tho
most ably edited. It takes a linn and
decided stand in tho cause of freedom,
and is none of your wish-a-washy,
milk-and-water " conservatives. Tho
Republican is very favourably received
by the lovors of freedom throughout
tho Territory, and we aro happy to
learn is rapidly increasing in circula
tion. Publibhodby Norman Allen ot
$2, per annum.
Aif'Rjad the advertisement of
Winton & Wilustt, in anothor col
umn. Thoy havo on hand nearly
everything tho peopio want, and hold
their goods at as low a figure as tho
merchants of Loo von worth, or Law
rence. "0. P." is decidedly a lady's
man, and is roady to do up the gen-
toel or rrallant at any timo. Call ou
XJTI'lant Turks. lUvory one
that plants a trco, invests its valuo in
a bunk that nevor breaks,' and which
pays good interest ; whilo it lives, it
is gi utoful to tho eye, and if cut down,
will always bring moro than the orig
. jt'irWjll Mr. Hiram Doty, of
Phno, Illinois, act us agent for the
CHAMnos for Piano? A club could
bo oasily obtainod there.
'jCjrMr. 0. Wilhahtii is our agt.
for Lawroncfl. IIo is authorized ' t
receive subscriptions and 'advertise
ments for tho Chami'ion.' Copies -for
ale at his store. ' . i'
itSTlf SwuttN B, Gaurioub, of
Laoon'IUs.J will get tip a olub for
tho Ciiamnon in that city, he will not
rmlv ha duriuir Kcrvico -hi ' kood
16 during Kcrvico An' ' goc
, but will oblige an old fiiond.
' jrT Thoso who know him pro
nouhco Gidicon Faun to to n good
surveyor. ' A card of his wil bo
fosnj la our a!vo;ii.3 'oWus. "
For itlio Champion.
: Ma. Editor ; Among tho numer
ous questions which interest tho in
habitants of our fair Territory, soon
to bocome ono of the glorious " freo
States of tho American Union, there
is none of, greater importance than
that of Schools, for the education of
the' multitudes of children yet to bo
reared upon tho soil of Kauzas.. In
deed, it is tho first great question of
tho times, for which the freemen of
Kanzas are to provide.
In. a community where the masses
are enlightened by even a common
school education, Bigotry, Slavery,
Intempcranco and Tyrany, can find
no foot-hold, but on the contrary,
whore knowlodgo is confiued to the
few ; where tho School houso is closed
against the many ; thero tho doggery,
tha brothel arid the slave-mart may be
found ; children in rags and filth, like
chattering monkeys roving through
tho streets, and drunken fathers and
mothers too, in vagabondism, rear
ing children for tho penitentiary and
tho gallows. And this stato of things
may exist in KanzaB. Let the rule
which is sought to bo established in
this Territory, prevail, and a state of
things but ono remove beyond this,
will bo established. But, we havo
reason to be thankful, that tho present
reign of vandalism is near its end,
and in a few months, onother regime
will bo inaugurated ; a system of gov
ernment allied with tho largest liber
ty in education and knowledge; a
government which will by legal .en
actment, require the education of evo
ry child within its jurisdiction.
Obtaining knowledgo, like every
thing else in this world, is attended
with expense, and our general govern
ment has liberally piovidod the means
of lightening tho costs of an education
to the thousands who are unablo to
avail themselves of tho advantages of
tho Universities and Colleges of our
country.' Congress has clonuted to
overy township in tho Western States
tho Sixteenth and Thirty-Sixth sect
ions of land, to bo reserved for
School purposos, from the sales of
which, at a proper time, and by the
State authorities, a system of Free
Schools is to bo established, for tho
benofit of every child in tho land.
In view, thon, of the vast import
anco of this subject to the citizens of
our Township, and the benefits to ac
crue to ourselves and our children in
all future time, will not tho peopio
soo that our School Soctions are prop
erly protected and cared for, for a few
years, when their valuo will bo large
ly enhanced, and a' fund secured,
which will savo a large amount of
taxation to tho peopio, securo the ed
ucation of our posterity, and perpot
uafo tho freo institutions of our State
andf-'ountry? ' Vindex.
Prairio City, Juno 19, 1857.
jtST It is said that tho Mormons
are about commencing a settlement
near council Bluffs for an ontpost or
receiving station. The leading men
of tho now settlement aro to bo east
ern men, who havo not been initiatod
into tho roal mystories of Mormon
ism, and who will, therefore, bo hot
ter fitted for taking chargo of young
disciples and giving thorn thoir first
lessons in thoir now faith.
. JS3T People abroad should know
somothing about our hotel facilities.
Can't our landlords furnish us somo
itoms about them ? Plonty of room
in our advertising columns. (
JCiTEIdor Pratt, the well4nown
Mormon leader, and noxt to Brigham
Young tho head of that polygamous
Stato, was shot by Hector McLean,
whose wife ho had abducted to add
to his beastly harem, one day last
JT2T We havo tried in vain to 'ob
tain tho proceedings of tho Legisla
ture rooontly in Mission, which wo
designed publishing. Our next is
suo ft ill probably contain them. ,
jtarSnonn & MoMaNub are on
gaged in the mercantile businoss.in
Prairie City. Our citizens would
undoubtedly llko to hoar from thorn
through an advertisement. Hurry up
tho cakes, Messrs. Captain and Bam
i , , I,,
XiTMr. Ashuy's saw-mill will bo
in ohoru(,iou'.in about two weeks,,
Buildirji' then will no up in .Pi'rtirV
Cityi with ftporfoot rush',';'' Hovoral
foundations havo boon commenced,
And soma are partially oompletd,
but work has coated on them for want
Go, to Work.
Keen at work. ,Up ; stir about
activuly.' Be diligent, improve the
time, engage m something useful and
profitable. " Occupy 'till L coino."
Occupy bo sure to occupy.
Wiiat a glorious thing ia occupa
tion for tho .Jiuinan heart 1 Those
who work Jiard seldom yisld them
selves up to fancied or real, sorrow.
When grief sits down, - -folds its
liands, and mournfully feeds upon
its own tears, weaving the dim shad
ows, that a little exortion -might
sweep away, into a funeral pall, thd
strong spirit is shorn of its might
and sorrow becomes our master.
When troubles flow upon you, dark
and heavy, toil not with tho waves,
wrestle not with the torrent I Rath
er seek, by occupation, to divert
the dark waters that threaten to
overwhelm you into a thousand chan
nels, whichj the duties of life always
present. Before you dream of it,
thoHQ waters will fertilize the present,
and give birth to frosh flowers, that
may brighten the future flowers that
will become bright aHd holy, in the
sunshine which penetrates to the
path of duty, in spite of every obsta
cle Gnet, alter all,, is but a selfish
feeling ; and most selfish is the man
who yields himself to the indulgence
of .any passion which brings no joy
to his fellow men.
X3T A good man settled in Prairie
City when Mr. 11. Giffoud, from
Aurora, Illinois, becamo one its citi
zens. Mr. GiKiroHO is an enterpris
ing, go-ahead, Bhrewd business man,
and is a most valuablo acquisition to
our city. Ho intends shortly to go
back to Illinois to attend to somo
business there, when ho will rotnrn
horo with his family and engage in
such business as will be of advantage
to our city. We heartily . welcome
such men as Mr. Gifkoud,
.jfSrCall at this office and sub
scribe for tho Champion.
jC3TSeeDr. Guauam's profession
al card. Tho Doctor needs no re
commendation from us. Being an
old Kanzas pioneer, and tho founder
of Prairio City, his reputation as a
physician is widely known through
out this section of country.
J?tr Wo regret that wo havo lost
the proceedings of a meeting hold in
this city a couple of weeks since to
give expression of tho sentimencs of
tho people of tho Fourth District.
Wo intended to have published thorn
Tho Lawrcnco Republican, in speak
ing of tho meeting says :
"A meeting of tho citizens of
tho Fourth Reproseutativo district,
Kanzas, was held at Prairio City,
on the Oth inst., which adopted a se
ries of spirited and emphatic resolu
tions, strongly denouncing the policy
laid down by Gov. Walkor in his in
augural address, and resolving to
stick by the lopoka Constitution,
'sink or swim.' The right kind of
spirit pro vails in tho Fourth District."
jtiTDri. II. J. Canniff, formerly of
Piano, Illinois, has corns to reside
among us, and has stuck up his shin
gle, announcing to tho good people of
Prairio City, that ha is ready to pre
scribo for all tho ails the human fam
ily is hoir to. We havo known tho
Doctor for somo timo, and know him
to bo, not only a first-class physician,
but a gentleman in every sonso of tho
word. Wo recommend him to tho60
in need of his sorvicos.
Baldwinsvillo, N. Y. ought to
do something for us by way of aug
menting our subscription list.. Will
not somo activo fiiond of quia thero
volnntoor his services in behalf of tho
Jt3T Copies of tho Champion neat
ly dono up in wrappers, for sale at
this oflico.at five cents per copy. Call
and got some copies and send thorn
to your friends.
JOHN GRIFFITH would - roRpoct.fully
inform tho citizens of Prairio City and vi
cinity that ho is now prepared to execute
nil onlern In the line of blaskRinithlng that
may bu (i veii liim. Having nearly recover
ed from ill 4 "agur," ho can now promptly
attend to his business, and will not only do
bin work in tho best stylo, but will do it
immediately. ,tli toritm urn Caqii.
l'ralriu Oily, June S5iU 1P57 Mf ,
" 6. WlLMARTir,'
BOOK SKLLER St STATIONER.
80 Mass. street, Lawrence, A', T,
, J. W. PENOYER & C0
F 0 WARDING, AND
'No,' 4,- Dnluwaro .City, Kanzas,
, i GIDKON ELUS, ,. , i- f
PRA CT1CAL SURVEYOR . '
' Praim City, Kamas, '
11m permanently located at Pnurio City,
nnd is prepared to inaKe town pint, Mtrry
Uiwim, unit do Herythluj in tha Mm,-iiM1i
)i'(ift,linn. ' '" . v '
New Goods! New Goods!
WINTON .& WILLETT'S
CHEAP CASH STORE.
We art not quite in the mw store, but ,
nevertheless we can offer as good
an assortment of goods, and
probably better than is
kept in any trading
house in this
Our stock con
.Dry . Goods,
ware, Qveensware, Tin'
ware, Woodware, Hals, Boots,
and Shoes and in fact we can
please the most fastidious, having on hand
FINE DRY GOODS,
' such as
Cass i me res,
Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, fcc,
Also Sash, Glass, Putty, Linseed
Oil and. Turpentine.
Call. before .purchasing elsowhero.
You will always .find John R. and
0. P. obliging and willing to sell, at
prices that will retain Their old cus
tomers, aud get a great many new
Prairio City, Juno 20th, 1857.
MACKEREL, Nos. 1 and 2, forsulo at
W. & W'b.
1?L0UK, Meal and Bucun, fnrsulu at
. W. $ W's.
LADY'S Uud.-r Sleeves for Rale at
w. 4- W's.
DR. JAYNES' family medici-iica, for snlo
at W. r W's.
READY mado Clothing, for sula at
W. 4 W's.
BEWARE OF THE POPE!
The old seven-horned monstor is now as
busily nt work with his infernal innchina-.
Hons to undcrniiiiA our American institu
tions, ,s ever. WrJi hit iubidiuu.s hinilus
unci ii-nlous interest which ho minifosts for
our people, he h rapidly gaining ground in
our euuntrv; but in I'nAiniE Cm, so long as
JOHN GRAHAM, with hi nrmy of -masons
aro at work, tho "old rip" can nuvor
ublniu a foothold,
Mr. Gruhain in now prepared to do all
kinds of work which in duno with stone,
brick, lime and fund. He has iu his (fin
ploy somo of tho best workmen the country
affords, and consequently can doallwoik
entrusted him in tho tooat workmanlike
manner. Buildings constructed by the job
or the day, according to tho fancy of ihu
people, IIo may alwnyn be found nt Prairio
City. JOHN GRAHAM.
Prairie City, Juno S5fh lb'57 I -if
WILLIAM GRAHAM, M. p ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Prairie City, Kanzas,
Respectfully returns his thanks to the cit
izens of Prairio Civy, for the liberal patron
ngo heretofore betsowed upon hint, and
hopes to merit a continuation of tho eamo.
llu will devote his cniire attention to tho
profossku, aud wilt pay particular atten- 1
tion t-t o;o:alious in surgery,
Offiooou Main street. 1 y ,
, LANE 4- ELI AS,
LAND ( A G E N T S ,
Prairie City, Kunza Territory.
Will promptly attend to buying nnd 4
linff claims, invostinf in ton property,
loaning money, pnying taxes, $-a.
F. 11. Lank, Huntington, Pa.
GiutoN Elias, Prairio City, K. T. 'I y
Tho undersigned roFpeotfully tenders .to
tho citizens el' Prairio City and vicinity,
his services n a practitioner of Medicine
Iu bis praolioe ho novcr bleeds or blisters;
never prescribes Culoun-1, Opium, Arsenic,
or any other poiuon, and invariably has bot
tor success than ihono who uso thoso ngenta.
A supply of gonuino Vaccina Virus on
hand, and Inserted and warranted.
Olllcn and rcftldeuca on Aurora strcot,
6ast' sido of Eden- Park.
II. J, CANNIFF, M.D.
Prairio City, Juno 20th, .
list of Letters
RomalnUtg in tha Post Oilioo at Prairio
City, Juno 3ith 1857, and if not tukeu
out within three months will be Bout to
tho Dead letter Odlca a Dead letters:
Armstrong, Frauds Ker.n, Daniel J
Baer, Jacob ' 4liln(f. n
Drawand.John S Lc vorsvo, Ed ward II A
Dunks, A J ,, 3MoMiob(al David
Bker, Win, E Mechling, Georga
Piimmit.-r. Mian T, C MlnohelT. E T
Crsdit. NO - 4Miteholl Burawe'l A
Collins, U 0
Clark, Win F
Coatlna, 0 A
Dohbraw, Bnmuol G
Kby, 8 tmuul
Ellis, Q iorgo D
Fort, William V ''
GUmor, RH "','
Gray, InsO ,
Owens, J I'll ,
Pe inon, R II 2
Seller, Mnrtln Rov
'Sample, Nnthsnibl 1
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Himmons, John W '
Smith, WR ' 3
' fluillli, Edward 3 '
G rab sm, I horn M
Oillilland, A tt
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Jones, William uwlw., Lukr .
Johnson,. Clmrlrs ' Williams.,
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Johnson, Lew la SJH'iitmivn, Cnni.t
Jordan, L - - - Wnlors, GuhiyiW
Jn'irtson, Jimm ' ' V liitmoce, J.iF ;
JICIN' Yu WIN'JON, l. M.
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