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Every Saturday Morning
THE tribune PUBLISHING 00 .
(Inc orporated,!
1 ) 11 . 1 .ON 1 'OSTOFFH'K.
gave
Monday
Mr.
j his
!
--- I No
il , rom «title, I leer Lodge and points |
S arrives daily at S:a; p. llu- "'ad lor , jj ul
^ .'î r .. „oint* closes at <> o'clock a. in. . I
James
hold
1
of
with
, . .. .«.into closes at <> o'clock a. in. )
' , ,U from Salt Lake, Ogden and all points
K " 1 Eastern Idaho arrives daily at 7:10 o'
h- The- mail for the above places closes
I n *..|oc-k p. in.
'Sort. rson Citv and Virginia City mail arrives
'.o'clock p. daily, and departs at 7:jn
e.. in, dailv.
„'nil for Hannaek and Argenta arrives at y..\o
' Mondays. Wednesday s and Fridays, and
rt it;:?o a. 111. on Tuesdays. Tliursdavs and
v!'hours—on Sundays from 7 a. in. until y a. in. (
II other davs, during usual business hours. j
1 money order or registry business done after 1
lork. p. w potvniiXTER. P. M
to
__ ---I
ELIE L'S LO CALS. j for
l.itt-es and Kn it» ruder If» at I-.mki.k.
miner l»re«s Good*. A complete assort- and
nt liuEts. _ o
the
and
BTjazsn
•imlsouic line ol Parasols and Fans at
[tlv reduced prices at Kliei. s.
■tat reduction on
gel* at Kt.ini.'.s.
Jerseys and Walking
Summer Hntet
r. M A. Oinglev has just received a tine as
nent of Summer Hats for the ladies trimmed
untrimmed.
FIS HIXU TAC KLE.
Live just received my Spring Stock, and every
j j s Ness-, Fresh Hint Cheap,
ails trom an cents to $15.00.
(;|s 25 cents to $0.00. All kinds of Hooks,
s, Sinkers, Snells, Flies, etc., etc., cheaper
the cheapest. Catch on!!
iug a practical fisherman and knowing the
ts of this locality l am prepared to sell you
wltal you want. W. T. EASTMAN.
Fnrnislieil Kmmis to Hont.
Inquire of Gko. U. Savacik.
Io oi loo !!
A1 LIDA Y »V CO. are prepared to deliver lee
tallies in Dillon, at three-ipuirters of a cent per
id. Leave orders at their store on Montana
,'t. _ ____
• WAGON FOR SALK.
„ t second-hand, i\i inch thimble-skein, tortinn
ng wagon fur sale. Impure „I George II.
i«e- ............... „
AUCTION K EU.
,J. Farrcl, of Virginia,City will conduct auction
S in all parts of the Terrltoiy.
mise to rent. Inquire of K. Cnflin.
OATS WANTED.
lit Dillon Lumber and Grain Co. pay the high
price for Oats. vv , sMKAD. Manager.
SURE KILL FLY-PAPER
lit City Drug Store, opposite the depot.
kiAKLES G. NOULK started lor San
ncisco, Wednesday,July jSth, to spend his yu
an, ami will return about September ist. lie
lies all his patients to remember aliove dales.
rong, healthy house plants for sale at N. M.
He's drug store.
JUST RECEI VEIL
net from the factory, 10 dozen large Machine
JITS, at T. W. I'OINIlKXTtR S.
ee those neyv silver inlaid bits and spins, also
line ol lashes. At 1. II. Hatfield s.
I large assortment of half and full Hone llugg) ■
ips to arrive in a lew days, at I. H. Hatfield s
all on L II. Hatfield and leave your order mr
•ry size of Saddle or Harness.
Attention Sportsmen! Mrs.
veil her fall stock of Shot (.uns and Ammunition.
II assortment is larger and prices loner than
it. Call and see lor yourselves.
House Miul Lot For Suit*.
Inquire of City Marshal Mullnnv, or J. H. IVnvn
LOST.
small satchel on the (Tth of this month, he
y Dillon and Point of Hocks. I he Satchel
gs to Miss Fannie Samson and contains pa
valuable to no one hut the owner. I t,mU r
»lease leave it at the TatlWSr. office.
W ANT MP.
ssl haulers and choppers at Niehoha
A tn James KlMi.Jr.
SKHOLD FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Ire at the Tribune office.
CANARY BIRDS
-ale at the TRIBUNE office.
(4t complete line of Carpets and House j
ulsliing Goods at l.LtEt. s. | bl ,„
for
65
ue
for
votes
was
tiie
people
would
the
she
hangs
eyes
that
his
was
is
of
the
Orr,
and
of
,
H. Tong of Butte has bought thc !
» of Davis & Jones for $-\sCO- I
veral parties were up before Judge I
___________ .1 fined «Rio
Idaho.
MEW BU SINESS LOCALS.
DBNTIWTK.Y .
, A. Talbot, an old and experienced dentist
imcc.s that lie will be in Dillon all next week
s prepared to do anything in his line such • ■
ling gold screws in'rnotsnt teeth when nectes
and broken teeth built up to natural size with
Teeth finished on anv plate known to tni
•ssion.
IS T OWS AMP OUT.
he gunners were out after »lucks and
:kens Sunday.
Lewhere is inserted tlte professional
1 of Dr. A. L. Davison.
svcrai jiarues were up w»"» J ®
den Mondav for fighting and fined $10 ,
number of DUIonitea came home
a tlte Butte races sadder and wiser
1.
Uior Peck who returned from the tin
ies Sunday says thev never have looked
1er.
"he Lumber and Grain Company's »aw
umocr wriii»
dnesda ry GUlCh ^ operat ° n
Cattle arc ».till deft ini; the
Kriz and ( ;
city ordinance
ttgerty two contortion)!
gave an exhibition . ................ ic .
Monday evening.
Mr. Jas. Shute of (ilendale ha» taken up
his residence with us, and has a position in
Bennett'» barber shop.
No delegate from Dillon attended the
convention of the W. C. T. l\ held in
jj ul te during this week.
Miss Isola L bailee was married to Mr.
James Murray at the residence of Mr. M.
McCune Sunday evening.
Rufe Mathews ot Hannaek was in town
Monday and bought a big pill n f house
hold goods and furniture. Murder will out.
1 lie two millionaires Dr. |. II. I.vman,
of New York, and Wm. Mil fool of London,
with L. C. Fvhrie went over to the Gib
. . ..
bonsvillc mines Tuesday .
The delegates elected from this precinct
to the Democratic county convention arc
fair-mined men and it is to be hoped will
nominate men on account of their fitness
for office titan for partisan fidelity.
The last Annual report of the Auditor
and Treasurer of Montana shows $11,837.
_ o were spent 1)V lhc Xerritory in 18S5 for
the killing of wild beasts—948 licars at $8
apiece, 165 lions at $, 2281 wolves at $1,
and 1305 coyotes at 50 cents.
r
The firm of Galbraith A; Burleigh lias
bl ,„ un a sll jj j- or y{j ss Lydia (J. Dodge, ami
for James M. and Monroe Mann against
SheritVJor.es anil Henry Filing to replevin
65 head of horses alleged to have been
wrongfully taken by the sheritV. The val
ue of the property involved is $4(100.
At the election held at the school house
for the special school-tax of 2 mills. 21
votes were cast in favor of the tax. There
was no dissenting vote. The smallness of
tiie vote is attributed lo the fact that our
people were thoroughly satisfied that Miere
would be none mean enough to vote against
the tax.
If the gitted lady, who knows the occult
science of fortune telling, is still in Dillon,
she may he of some use to the local poli
ticians, who are ready to cast an anchor to
windward, not only in lifting the fog that
hangs around the coming elections, but in
telling what is going on right under the
eyes of out office-seekers.
The Hutte /iiIrr-Moimtain complains
that when the devil of their office went
swimming in the waters of the llig Hole,
his beautiful suit of mouse-colored hair
was turned brick-red. and wishes some
"scientific duck" to explain the cause. It
is simply a coating of hydrated sesquloxide
of iron that was deposited on his flowing
locks. 1 lu stayed in too long.
The Democrats held their primaries lor
the election of delegates to the Democratic
county convention Saturday evening, lhe
following Delegates were elected: W. C.
Orr, W.M. Olive W. S. Harbour. Dan
Chapman, Ben Dettiner, John A. Nickum,
and C. L. Thomsen. Alternates: J. J.
Cusick, M.J. McCune, R. J. Moore, H. R.
Melton, Richard Nelson, Mike Keogh and
Charles Bliven.
The Basket Social held at the High
School Hall Friday night was a complete
success. The Literary Lxercises and -tab
leaux were highly entertaining, and at the
auctioneering of baskets that took place
after the Literary Exercises there was some
exciting bidding for the baskets among the
gentlemen present. Their appetite tor the
viands within was not lessened bv the
high prices paid for them.
The Democrats had four tickets in the
field at the Butte primay election Saturday
evening, and their voters in general did not
know where the polls were, for it scented
the purpose that none excepting the can
didates and their particular friends should
know that primaries were being held. But
tlte election of delegates include* some
trom all four tickets, and the biggest kind
of a row is expected at the convention next
Saturda v.—/ //At* A/oh uttuu .
The September number ot Drnwrest s
Magazin, is replete with interesting anti
instructive reading. Among the articles
worthv of note are "Thirty Years in Jour
nalism," by Jenny June: "The \\ at ot the
Rum l'ower ou the People, by W Jen
nings Demorest: " Four Friends in a
ton:" "Madame La Fayette: Her Hero
Husband and her Home;" and -A Night
Refuge in Paris." Mrs. Hart s »er.al .n
creases in interest, and " The W odd s l ro
gress" i» highly suggestive. lhe othti
features of this popular magazine entitle
it to a welcome in every household. 1 he
frontispiece is a beautiful oil picture ot a
charming child.
The Dillon Hook and Ladder company
, -ft«. Iw> Council Chamber Monday night.
thc ! " * wM move a that a notice of every meet
I ^ publ j 8he d i„ one of the tow n news
I #n a the secretary was instructedIt
«Rio 1 1 .....K„. til* Chartres for publishing

tni
and
® papers, ami me
$10 , ascer tain wliat the charges lot pu *
the minutes of the meetings wouid be. A
r " **■
l„„ r iwiu. what aiTangement, can
home
wiser
tin
»aw
» ot i on w as can ted mat
° n | l<{i vc a public drill next Friday
news
story
at
T.
to
as
taken
in
In
of
sale
Butte
c.
how
have
"
a
alle
very
a
you
so
it
a
J.
But
s
anti
the
Hero
.n
ro
othti
he
a
night.
meet
news
A
**■
can
i'he fu t him does not try to string the
news out.
Mr. Henry Burltind is building a second
story to his house.
Services will be held in the M. E. church
at the usual hours.
T. W. Poindexter will avid a second story
to his new building.
The Tkiiu nk's head lines are as sliort
as they can be made.
Tills sunny weather photos are nicely
taken at Frew's studio.
The extensive addition to Marlow's es
tablishment will soon be completed.
The Hook and Ladder company will be
in readiness to extinguish thc fires of par
tisanship.
In some place» in the alley between
Montana and Idaho streets, the air i- not
of the sweetest.
information from Big Hole reports the
sale of Ethridge ranch to Alex Ralston of
Butte for $Soo.
Perry Kline is the only Dillonite who
returned from the Butte races with a face
wreathed with smiles.
M. Thompson from Butte, was in town
Thursday, looking for a suitable stand as a
tailor's establishment.
A. S. Rife and \V. M. Oliver have been
mentioned as available candidates for
c. ninty commissioners.
Local politicians would do well to learn
how to sing by note so that they could
have harmony in the party.
" Mr. Chinaman, will you he sworn as
a witness on a chicken?"— "Hella', no, cuss
alle samee as Melicatt man."
Mr. Chas. Robbing lias showed us some
very pretty gold nuggets from Green and
Willis' mine at Bald Mountain.
The Tu hunk, lias been promised an
article on the manufacture of dynamite
from an expert in that business. |
New s comes that Mr. T. H. Hamilton of |
Horse Prairie has succeeded in poisoning
a large bear that had killed a number of his
cattle.
If you wish t»> make tine desks or tables
you can get no better material than the
California redwood of the Dillon Grain and
Lumber Company.
The Dillon Band enlivened the dullness
Wednesday night, anil discoursed music
so eloquent that a horse going across Mon
tana street tried to waltz.
In addition to the delegates to the Dem
ocratic convention, mentioned elsewhere,
it is learned that Isaac Rife comes as a del
egate from Medicine Lodge.
Those that attended the Bryant-Gordon
entertainment Thursday evening, speak
very highly of it, and it is expected that
the exercises will be repeated to-night.
Misses Maggie Sullivan and Bridget
llollard from Walkerville are visiting Mrs.
David Rhinehnrd. They expect lo re
main in Dillon till Tuesday or Wednesday
next.
Win. Knapp who has been running for
B. F. White the Camas and Red Rock and
Salmon stage line, has turned it over to
Salisbury and Corbin, and expects to take
a trip to the east soon.
The lucky winner of the valueable rifle
owned by Jim Haslip, and rallied for Wed
nesday night is Charlie Treefly. There
were twenty chances, Treefly throwing
the highest number
"Float's" information in thc Butte /«/<;•
Mountain that J. C. Poindexter and Sim
Kstesare prospective democratic candidates,
the former for Treasurer, tlte latter for
Sheriff, is news for many Dillon voters.
The Butte papers speak highly of the
oratorical ability of Mrs. Clara B. Hoffman
who lectured Tuesday in Butte for the
W. C. T. U. on tlte progress of Prohibtion
in the Lulled States and in foreign coun
tries.
The Bryant-Gordon entertainment held
at the School House Thursday night was
not largely attended. The programme in
cluded readings from the most popular
authors, and were well rendered by Bessie
Bryant
Tlte same form of stomach complaint
which the TRtm n. last week called at
tention to, has struck the Butte people.
The lain Mountain of Thursday says
there are 200 cases of it in Butte. The
epidemic set in there Monday.
Law yet Barbour has brought suit for
Isaac L. Lyon assignee of the J. W. Low
ell Co. against the Golden Circle Group
Mining Company to recover the sum of j
$ 134 for good» wares and merchandise
purchased of thc Jno W. Lowell Com
pany.
in an editorial of this week, Hie reporter
of the Tribune has been compelled to re
fer to himself, for fear tl.at some one who
does not know him might think he was
trying to work up a claim Sor himslf. He is
sorry that the reference c«tld not be made
with less modesty.
Children desiring to go on tlte picnic to
Melrose should apply for tickets to Mr.
Shannon at Grace M- E. church. Monday
next between the hours of 1 oclock and 6
p. m. Unless adults patronize the excur
sion liberally, the church may lose heavily,
as the children go without charge
cupancy
The
tiiis
nesdav
holding
rious
and
ing
in
to
iff
livan
dated
to
the
still
enable
two
claims
in
to
Dillon
W.
W.
W.
Dan
Ben
John
C.
Elzv
C».
M.
John
! Geo.
j J.
j
! Sim
I
D.
il.
F.
|
of |
that
re
for
and
to
take
rifle
Sim
for
the
the
coun
held
was
in
Bessie
at
people.
says
The
for
Low
Group
of j
Com
reporter
to re
who
was
He is
made
to
Mr.
Monday
and 6
excur
heavily,
Smeade's house will be ready for oc
cupancy in about two weeks.
The Republican Central Committee of
tiiis County that were to meet last Wed
nesdav for the purpose of arranging for the
holding of tlte County Convention and the
apportionment of delegates from the va
rious precincts, held an informal meeting
and determined to defer matters till certain
information was received from parties liv
ing at a distance.
Wednesday's Missoula Times ».»vs that
Sullivan, who was shot at Big Hole, was
in Missoula last week on his wav to Dillon
to attend the trial of Henry Lane. Siier
iff Jones has received two letters from Sul
livan written at Missoula. In the first,
dated Aug. 8th. lie says that he is still
bleeding at the lungs, ami unable to come
to Dillon as lie was without money. In
the second, dated Aug. 17th, he says he is
still unable to work, and asks for $20 to
enable him to come to Dillon and enclose
two hills of sales from Henry Lane of
claims situated in placer mining grounds
in Rescue Gulch.
DELEGATES TO THE DEMO« RATH
COUNTY CONVENTION.
The following is a list ol tlte delegates
to the democratic convention that meets in
Dillon to day :
DKLKUATKs. mi. i.iin. alternates.
W. C. Orr. J. J. Cusick,
W. M. Oliver, M. J. McCune,
W. S. Barbour, R. J. Moore,
Dan Chapman, . H. R. Melton,
Ben Dettiner, Richard Nelson,
John A. Nickum. Mike Keogh,
C. L. Thomsen. Chas. Bliven.
«it.EXHALE.
Elzv Murray, K. M. Bateman,
C». W. Chinn. W. T. Fisher,
M. Goldburg, Jno. Bergman.
«IKK «'AMI*.
John W. Fruit!.
I.von cita .
Joseph Arbour, Philip Foley.
HtSHOU's.
! Geo. Staudaher.
tllKl'tl CRKKK.
j J. C. Wilson.
j iiakrkttV
! Sim Este».
I AKliKNT A.
Late Scott.
ItKti KOOK.
Joseph Shineberger.
SKKISti tlll.l..
D. 1 ). McLaughlin. Barney Hainan.
IIL.UKTAIL.
Terrence Flynn, R. H. Beasley.
KANN U K.
il. S. Heir, Win. Rowe,
F. L. Grave».
IIORsl I'K.MKIK.
Titos. Barrett.
Ill«, HOLE ItAslN.
Bentley and Bretterton.
The other precincts Dewey's Flat, told
Mountain and Medicine Lodge hat e not
been heard from.
ENTERTAINMENT AT SCHOOL H ALL.
The Misses Bryant and Gordon will give
two other entertainments at the School
House, to-day, one for the ladies and child
ren at 2.30 p. in., admission 25 and 50 cents,
thc other at 8 p. m.. admission 50 and 75
cents. There will he an entire change of
programme which will consist of choice
vocal selections ami readings. Those that
heard thc exercises Thursday evening
came away very much pleased. They say
Miss Gordon possesses a most entrancing
voice and that Miss Bryant is an accontp
lislted elocutionist. They have created
«|uitc a sensation in the towns in which
they have held their entertainments. The
Helena /iiitefenitetit, Butte Inter Mountain
and other pajicr» speak most highly of
their etl'orts.
Hon.
day.
Friday.
J.
Tuesday.
Saturday.
T.
Glendale.
M.
Sam
city
lon
Phil
Sunday
Mrs.
Tuesday
town
Mr.
town
the
Mr.
Dillon
the
C.
fornia
day.
L
week.
Mrs.
week
trom
by
town
has
«ni
who
THE MEI.RU.SK PIC NIt
Arrangements have been made under thc
auspices of the Sunday school of Grace M.
E. church for an excursion and picnic to
Melrose Aug. 2(». Tlte Methodist, Pres
bvterian, Congregational ar.d Baptist
schools of Butte are to meet them at Mel
rose tite same day. All children of Dil
lon under fourteen years, will be permitted
to go free. Adults will be charged $1.30
for round trip. Parents should see that
their children are placed under the care of
some adult, to guartl against accident.
The train will leave Dillon at S o'clock a.
m.; returning it will leave ,1/cliose at 5
o'clock p. in.
|y
lv
of
Ilnu-e Up.
Y ou are feeling depressed, your appe
tite * poor, you are bothered with Head
ache, you arc fidgetty, nervous, atul gen
erally out of sorts, and w ant to brace up
Brace u p, but not with stimulants, spring
medic ines, or bitters, which have for their
basis very cheap, bad whisky, and which
stimulate you for an hour, and then
leave you in a worse condition than before
What you want is an alterative, that will
purify your blood, start healthy action of.
Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality,
and give renewed health and strength.
Such a medicine you will find in F.Sectric
Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at
N M. White City Drug Store
75
of
of
I'EKsONAl.s
Wm.Roe of Hannaek was in town Friday.
Hon. Martin Barrett was in town Satur
day.
Frank Garr of Glendale was in the city
Friday.
J. B. Gilbert was in town Monday and
Tuesday.
David Evan« came up from Glendale
Saturday.
T. W. Poindexter Jr., spent Tuesday in
Glendale.
M. Thompson came down from Butte
Wednesday.
Sam Jaggers of Horse Prairie was in tlte
city Saturday.
llettrv Gleeil of Spring Hill visited Dil
lon Thursday.
Phil McGough returned *'r«>m Glendale
Sunday night.
Mrs. L. Newton returned from Butte
Tuesday night.
Mrs. Mattie Shenon of Hannaek was in
town Thurstluy.
Mr. McGown of Spring Hill was in
town Thursday.
Richard Nelson and family started for
the Park Monday.
Mr. Chapman of Hannaek came in town
Thursday morning.
Mr. Schenk lia» accepted a position in the
Dillon National Bank.
Rufe Matthews of Hannaek was in town
the first part of the week.
Milton Garr, Night Foreman of the 11
C. M. C«>. was in town Friday.
Miss Maggie Sullivan and Miss Bridget
Holland of Walkerville are in Dillon.
Richard Bourne, representing, the Cali
fornia Powder Works was in tlte oity I burs
day.
L A. Gunn special agent of the interior
Department, was in the i*itv most ot this
week.
Mrs. Cy Mulky of Boise City, visiting
Mrs. Shenon at Hannaek was in Dillon
Thursday.
Mrs. j". Nay and Miss Montana Nay of
Hannaek were in town tlte first part ot the
week visiting friends.
Joe Seybold, Day Foreman of the Hecla
Consolidated Mining Company, came up
trom Glendale Friday.
H. R. Melton and bride were welcomed
by a host of friends upon their arrival in
town Monday morning.
lohn McCutcheon secretary of tho 1 lech»
mining company, from Indianapolis lnd.,
has arrive«! in Glendale.
Dr. J. II. Lyman of New York, anil N\ tin
Milford of London passed through Dillon
«ni their way to Gibbonsville Tuesday.
Wicked Tom Baker of the Madisonian,
who has been visiting Salt Lake Lily,
passed through Dillon Tuesday morning.
Mrs. H. Warmington and iter daughter
Mrs. W. Wind, and Mrs. Price stopped in
town Tuesday «>n their way to Butte. Mrs.
Wind has been visiting her «laughter at
Virginia Citv.
thc
M.
to
Mel
Dil
$1.30
that
of
a.
5
St. Mary's Academy
Governor West, accompanied by his son,
visited St. Mary's Academy recently.
Little Lulu Miester played a pretty wel
come piece for him on the piano, alter
which Miss Cronin rendered Liszt's rhap
sodic. His excellency seemed much
pleased, and in going through the build
ings remarked the high ceilings, cheerful
appearance, excellent ventilation anil
modern improvements. 1 le was especial
|y pleased with tlte large, shady, beautiful
lv laid out grounds, the steam apparatus
and the culinary arrangements. He re
cognized in the parlor the enlargeil photo
jraph of Rev. K. Sorin. Superior General
of the Order, and complimented the Sister
artist on her success in bringing out the
expression and perfect likeness of the
original.—Salt Lake "/ ri/>im -
TK1IU NK STEAM JOB OFFICE
The facilities for tuniing oiit job printing
at the Trim nv. Job Department arc equal
to those of tiie liest printing establishments
in Montana. ( >ur presses an- run by steam
and with the latest styles of types and ma
terial we arc prepareil to turn out all kinds
of job work.
appe
Head
gen
up
spring
their
which
then
before
will
of.
vitality,
F.Sectric
Tlte Vice-President of tiie Citv Brewery,.
Mr. J. Hclmus, of I .ovixviile, K>-., was en
tirelv cure«! in one week of a severe attack
of rheumatism by St. Jacobs Oil.
DIF1D.
COOK. In Chu ijj«, III. Julv 25th, 1SS0, of heart
«Usi-ase, Captain Albert II.« 'ook ol llloon-iiigtoi«,.
III., aj»c«l 47 years.
Deeeaseu was the elites! hrather of Mrs. Mar
tin Itarrett, ol Hors Prairiee. He served tyvo years
in the late war; was lor a time Marshal oVthe City
of Hlooinineton, also Captain -af the police previous,
to his «ieath.
PIIAO N LETTER UR,
Last of letters remaining in the Post Office at Dll
Ion, Beaverhead Co., Mantana, for thc week end
ing Aus. 'S 1SS6, which, if not caUetl for in .«a
.lay», will he sunt tu 111 .- Oc-.ul Letti-roffir,
Austin, Bissc-ll
Alley, Heaton 2
Brunner, I Ic-nry
Barnard, Hyrau
Caldc-r, John
Clark, William
Gillespie, Mike
George, C \V
Mc« «ail. Dr.
Lamlwrt, Joint >
Martin, Mrs, C
Mvton, tirorji- )
Pearson, J S
Poland, John
Itoherts, Geo. \\
Spermcr, Winne
Nheavin. Patrie'
Youngs, \V
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