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G!LAIBORNE QGUARDIAN.
VOL. 1. IHOMER, Lk, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1877. NO. 14.
Ters of Seenohlo$e
)n year in advance,.... ... 50
il llllolls " .............. 15
S............... I OU
Terms of Adlertlulag:
One lurare, of one inch in lapce or lean,
trot ,..ertio, , $1 00; tach additional inner- DI
tio cel'nts. I
I s 'tare. :l 0;5, 7: 07 10 0(115 0
2 , 6t 9 UI 11 516 t.I i 00
4 , IN 141 o( ' `ot .5 00
1 I" u, g I, :1, i 4:1 1K t a ( IIO) (MI
'rf..ilnall aud huniness cardst , of ten
1nIe, oir h:as in len.gtb, $15 per annum; for
ir miiinthsl. $1; fir three mantlhs. $7.- ca
Ismll.' d.vert ietnents of greater length
will lt itserted ait aboIe rates.
l.,*gal :dlvertineml'ent will he charged at
le;al rate·, where fixed by law; otherwis II
at 9.wcial rateu as publihed above.
i. Sl criatl notices 914 cntis'per line.
una.ril n1 ti' of lesst than ten lines,.
anda in rriage awl rcgious utices inuertetd
grati'. C,
.,lb.ý-., r exe.antl.d in the neatest styl.e,
tLfl;.t2, QI77. SI
Sat
HOMER MASONIC FEMALE INSTITUTE. _
righteaeth Annualh ion_ bgiasSpt. 8th,1877 I.
ý FI 'I('IE\T 'rI'E.'FIIERH will fill everyv
rJ IAp. rt nCte l. +I"''i:al attI'ntio give1 ,
lhardl 1per llelth o)f faulr weeksc, includ
g w hi,;. light -. & v.. $1,.
lltitlttll, P;;, . and 5. No extravaganclles
allow'.d.
1'I• . Il.titutlin iQ trictly nlon-sertarian.
.eat r I "tt.rl. ue.
T. . SLtIll, Prent.,
tat:tir, Clailttrn Iarish, la.
Aug. Y2. 1'77. l
TE.tPERANCE MEETINGS. i
The Grand (ouncll I'. F. of T. North La.,
1'''l.1. hl it lext annnual meeting at
1 1 l0m It, ,oenuti. il 'lThursday, -
July I-th, I l, r
Ii. I.. ,akruls. lr W 1Pi; Mien .Matti. A)  ,
(r W A: .tlain It DaviLrton, Or C: Mitss
tI h l,. a Me ":larlinld, fir A ('; Max Fe-ale,
I.r .N: Alltt, Iltarktdste, Gr A N; John W.
Ml.'arltl. Sr. 'Tr Miss Fannie Parker, rh"
A Tir: John A. Miller, (r ('hap; - Ives,
fir N$ett.,
l'to-t-O)lce of G(rand Scril.e, Vienna, La,.
Aig. .;, il77. 1:s
Homer Counell No. 1, I. F. of T.,
M&er.a it the 'onet-Houv aermy Friday N.'ight.
TA. S. ligh. W I': Mrs. Ailella Sligh, V A;
A. T. IDorman, R S; Mis Lida Scott, A R N;
.1. II. Otto, t'lod: .Miss Kate Simmons .A (':
I. A. IParker. ('hap; It. P. llHarwell. Sent:i
Rt. . Vaugh, ; II. . W. Kirkpatlrick, Tr
A. C. Calhoun, C l1)y.
tIg. 2, 1"77. 1:s
JOHN W IOI lNG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IIOM.ER, LA.
W II.I, practi'e in the (' unrts of ('lai
i borne, Jackso, ilievll.. Lin'coln
m.d Iaiton, and in the Sulpreme , Itrlt at
Montir,. Aug. 22, I77..-l:y
Judlge J. N. Younug. Jno. A. Richardson.
IOUI O IIIECHAbDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
HIOMEH, LA.
1.)ARTNEIIHliilP IMiditt to the parish of
Slaimb.rne. Legal huneie.tlttt.eded to
Iy v',tlhr partner in Jacksoni ('inini, HieTn
Sllinn L, Linenln pnrishe*, anti before the
lprttlnt Court at Monroe.
A.tg. 22, t7. l:y
DIAYTON 3. HATES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HOMER, I.A.
1I'lI.I. practice iI the Courts of Clai
. int f.tr., it.enville. Jackson, citien,
and Vebster, aml the SupremJoe Courlton.
Aug. 21, 1d77. l:y
DR. S. . ICHARDSON,
HAVI.G resumed the practice of Mtli
ine otlte. r sid ervices o il the citizens
iof nir, on Trishntoin rothe various branchesr.
of.his profession.
O(fce at the Drug Store of Joe Shelton.
Aug. "2, 1077. l:y
I. X. COLEMAN,
PARISH SURVEYOR,
-T ll. attend promptly andl enriently
WT to all busineo c.n be line. (Icrge.
willaserte. asidene 8 miles outheast of
tirme, on Trentonb role to. P.itO., to timer.
Aug. 99, 1 7 .. i:y
IAM now p ared o r int nd varpeple
pI of Cay work en be sn in oirer, Id
Ste m reHOnble to sualt the times.l
all andm me 3t the old tin sa iofh
A.ower & R er. . oorw's lic
JULIUS LANOHELD.
Sept. !S, 177. I.m
DANIEL T. HEAD,
TRENTON, LA., 0
arcKlVINO, 7ORWARUINtin AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT. Ar
DRa.uLt IN A
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, A
SHOES, HATS, HARDWARE, IRON, A
CASTINGS, BAGGING, TIES,
WAGONS, CARTS, BUGGIES, A
ROCKAWAYS, COOKING A
STOVES, FURNI- A
TURE AND A
Plantation uapplieJ of all Kinls.
Liberal advances made on Cotton, in A
cash and sulplies. A
Aug. 22, 1577. I:y A
E. J. HART & CO., A
Importers amd Wholesale A
DRUGGISTS,
Grocers and Commisslon A
Merchants. A
Stor.n 7:3. 75, 77 and 79 Tclhonpitonli. at. A
Warelhonels, . 95, 97 and 9J Tchoupitolntl A
street, New Orleans. A
Atug.. 197. 7. :y A
L. C. Jurey, M. Gllis. A
JUREY dk GILLI , A
tTl'l'ON F. (~'OU.~ AND E;I:.NERI. A
LJ COMMISSION M1:RCIIANTS. A
Olicc .................. 194 Grvier Street,
\E: II'll RL.f .\'SL., LA, A
Aug. '2, 1'77. 1: A
iA
John C(lhatL', Win. II. C'hafit', A
Christopher ('hafft, Jr. A
A
JOHN CIIAFFE d SONS, 1
(OT'iON FACTOIIS AND (;ENERAL A
(' OMMISSION M -IE'II.N'El Il S, .I
fice ................N.. 5'2 U'nion Street, .
Eil* ORILEAINS, 1... A
Aug. , ", . 1:y 1
McSTEA D VALUE, A
Whu.. lsale Ih alers in A
FOREIGN and DOMETIC
DRY GOODS, :
9 (' anal Street, and 125 (Commnn Street, A
.V:il" RlE..NS, .I. 1
Aug. 22. 1077. 1:).
PAGE ! MORAN, A
WHOLESALE ANDI RETAIl.
De.alers in I
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS 1
UB and Trunka,
No. 10 ...................SIMagazin Street,, I
'E,'1 OI:L\.INs, L..1. 1
Aug. 22, 1577. l:y J
JOHN HENRIY & CO., iI
Whol.ea e I.alrers in
Boots, Shoes, Brogans and
FIATS,
No.. 121. 1': .1nd1 1:3..... o('tnwo St1.4t*., '
NEfIl OILEN.IS', L.S.
. Aug. 22, 1577. l:
STAUFFER, lMcREADY A CO.
Impurters and Dealers in
Hlardware .,.,, Agricultural
n IImplements,
SNo. fl................... anal Street,
N EII ORLEANS, L.I. " 1
An. , 1577. 1:y I
A. BALDWIN I& O.,
(tnercessors to Slocomb, Inldlwin '& Co.,)
Dealers in
Hardware, Steel, Iron and Railroad
Supplies.
CI, 'rTLEI;(; GUNS.
at AtIRICLTUlCAL
IMI'LEMIEN'rS.
No. 7-1 (anal, and 91,93 and 9' Conmmlon Sts.
NElFI ORLE.AlIV, L.I.
Aug. 22, 1577. 1:y
I, tSIMONS nARDWARE CO.,
le Importers and Jobbers, in
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns
and Piat6b1,
.Nec. 601,903 and 605...Nurth Main Street,
,T. LO IS', .o.
Ay Au.'22, 1877. 1:y
o IEEFI BEEF!! BEEF!!:
) N Tlsday,- Thursday and Sat.
- mardaty morning of each week, I will
. furnish the people of Homer and urrounad
ing country with FINE FAT BEEF, nicely
ar- lnughterced. Prie. rmugeeofm 4 to 9 cents
at per pound. Perme livn in the consatry
Swho wish to buy beef, and those buying
I only once a week, would do better to bny
ad on Satudlay, aa on that day I nuually kill
y two beeves. P'artieswlahingtosell Beeves
on foot will do well to give mo a call. 1
h. ay fiom 3 to 4 cent tan caah for good
S ecven. For endorsoement I refer to my
pree -t n AS D. KILNDER.
- Aug. 9, 1877. 1:6.m
8
W. I. TALOnU,
Confectioneriee And
Family Orocerles.
Its,
nd PAMILY SUPPLIES.
last, lIsr, b mlesses, stO.,
freeb and pure, aiwape ea hand. OGrie m
a raN. PTrioee a low u nay other hose.
SCuash oal. Aug. 2, 1817.--lIu:
DELIN9UENT LT B
t' L N8 N8 r 16??, a B
Anderson, Adam p$6 Br
Anderson, A 2 30 li
Awbrry, Albert 425 B1
Anderson, A 231) Be
Adams, Asberry 525 Br
Adams, Anthony 535 Br
Awbrey, Albert 340 He
Allen, Al, 29 Be
Anderson, Albert 4 75 Br
Anglin, B N 3 90 H
Adarm, DM 930 BI
Austin, D R 2i0 Br
Adams, Ephram 7 00 Br
Andersou, F M 265 B
Awbrey, GB 1140 lit
Anderson, (eorge 106t BI.
Abney, Greenlhy I 6(, BI
Armrtrong, Humphrey 3 60 B
Adamns, Itram 230 i
Arrington, Handy 7 50 Br
Anderson, Jasper 230 Ihr
Abbot, Joe 230 Be
Aldrlcb, J 210 Bo
Anderson. Jonathan ir 230 19i
Allen, JN 5 Ik
Adams, J W 2 ' I
Alexander, Jan 91 I1
Amlderson, John 2 :to k
Andersn, Jon Ii 5. 1
Austin, J R 3 : Ik
Aslrry, John 7 00 Ba
Anderson, J II 3 00 BI
Adtkins, John i6 65
Armon, John 2' 65 1h
Awbrey, J A -2 Pl I
Atkins, J A 5.5 ItI
Allen, .hack - ': It.
Allen, Jam u 3 Ba
Allen, John 2 95 i
Alerxantder, Ja* 3 15 k
Andrews, J M ~ 30 11
Allison, John 2 5 III
Adkins, 1. C 42 75 I1
Alford, Matt 2 3 III
. Armstrong, Mlack 230 IlI
Atkins, M F 9 410 1
Arnustrong, Slack 4 ft) iI
,Adams, Mrs A 25 75 BI
Alforl, Materson 3 610 I
Abbot, Nat :I G0 B
.tndertnll, ) ' 37 45J Ill
Arnll, 'rine.', 7 50 i
Arnuted. Ralf 2:J 10 i
Adams, Rich i 75
A.14lme, Rich 1 75
Asberry. IHtanstol 135 1I
Atkins, R.bt 3 10 1l
Atkins, Itloht 320 lp
.\nderson,, Sanmuel 2 to B
Andrew, Stephent 2 30 It
Awhlrey, Sarah A 2 fIl )
Alexander, Sanml 2 i65 B
Allen, amul 5 05 I5
Armstrong, Taylor 4 25 t11
Awl,rey, Thos i 45 B
Allen, Thou. 290 1
Atkins. Wm 2 :10 i
Allen, Will 2 3 11
Alford, Wade 245 B
Atkins, W. 3 60B
Aliftrd. Wml 2 65 B
Allen, Y )jr 2 30 B
Allen, Abe 5 l B
Burton, A :t 40 II
Bailey, A K 4 40 I
Brown, Alex 1 35 II
tBrown, Astwrry I 1 11
irow n, Alex 2 o0 It
i ailey, Abram : t 60 1
Htell. Allwbrt 75 C
ltlacwkwell,A J 2 95 C
Irutou, .t 3 60 C
Ilrazile, .Alex 2 :10
IBell, Ikn 2 30 C
llarrington, B 4 60 C
11all lItel 2 :0 C
Itri-ier, It tIllo
lt.utick. Ite. 2 45 (
SBItshop. A ( 4 40 C
Illow, C'ater 5 40
ltancom,, 1) C 620 2'
SBrown, ) W 590 C
Itnsick. Dave 4 10 1
Itutyd, I) E : t C
Iktnm, )aniil 4 10 C'
ltailey, I) 11 12I5 '
Itaker, 1) M 2 ,tJ C
ltrownltild, luck 4 40 C'
Biullock. "E 169,( C
Hayes, Mrs E 211 Ci
iButler, F II 5 70 C
Ilurns, E It :t 020 1
liarimes, Eat 30 (
arnues, F I :3 75 (
Iturton, Frank 4 40
Bridges, G,, 401C
BIrow n, 1 W 2 to (
Bailey, GUte 2 :;
& honman. (iGc 2 30 (
Bkll, ( W 1)55 31 (
Bedford, Green 4 10 (
Banks, Gen 4 Il
Baker, G T R 5 70 (
Browsn, Ilenry :3 . a (
Brownfntlehd, lC 2 30 (
llurt, Hilliard 2 15
Burdett, lsaiah 4 40
Itanks, Isaiah 4 10 I4
Bugg, James 230 i
, lackwell, J I1 2 :0
Burns, Jamces 1 5
iaker, J T 1060 (
Bailey, J W 230 (
Bruton, James 2 30 4
loyd, J A 440
i Bean, J T 2 0 (
Butler, J 5 10 (
Booser J II 180 2
Bentley, J 230 I
Blackwell, Jou 4 40
Brown, J A 440 I
Brown, James 230
I Brown, J 8 3 00
ill Bond Jack 1 30
d* Buckley J 8 4 40
ly ,Booser, 2 10
s Baer Jerry 300
ry dfo Jerry 9 30
ekimamn, JW 230
Brber, A 8 3375
res Iewa, Jurames
I Blackman, John 970
odBRdaJM 00
am BoliJsee 410
Batl, Jame. IS
Brows, James 180
Bassey, James 4 40
Bses, Iam 4 40
Blackwall J 9 00
Boeeu, JoLn 360
B aeku.i Jerry 585
Bend, J 106
L lesiah 310
Use Ueelf 11 7O
c. Blsmka.u , Jon 1 70
, Bsenett, JT !25
Banks, Lewis r p 10 C
Bua, Lit 440 Ci
Hiley, Lewis 445 C
Brown, Lee 100 Ci
Butler, Lawarn 190 CI
Beckham, MUO 84o Cl
Brewster, Major 440 Ci
Burch, asIon 230 Co
Barbaree, Martha 9 6 Cu
Bean, Mrs E 1952 C,
Bridgman, M 7 65 C
Britt, Monroe 3i10 Ci
Beard. Mrs Nancy 1 30 Ci
Bell, Nash 230 C3
Brown, Nat 4 I Ci
Bantu, Nathan 230 1)
Blaekwell, Nelson 3 10 I
Brown, Oliver 4 40 1)
Brazelton, O 100 1)
Balley. 0 2 10 I
llnfufrd, ichl 215
Blackman, R 2 75 1)
Hurling, Itobt 2 :14 D
BDanes, I II 360 1)
IBiley, H II 265 1)
Hreuiley, Reading 2 1it 1)
Ilrautly, Reald I :5 I)
Bean, Hash I 45 1)
Brown, Riehard 4 91 1)
Bailey, Rmelw'n 2 31 1)
lloultware, It ' :17 on
livens, ltubt 4 t1 Ii
i'll, Ricarnl 4 110 1
Ioykih, HobI :t lo II
Ilugg, H 4 1( II
lailey, Robt 14114 II
Barnes, aiiluel 4 io 11
Bulgg, Samuel 3 611 lI
Bruunion, 4 2 3i 11
Bailey, 8 11 230 11
Bradi}urd, Scott 2 304 II
liugg, Binonl 2l :i :11
I rown, 5l,T 12 Go I
Baker, Stephen 4 III 11
Ilickhan. 4 Ii 2:0 Ii
ilowder, S1au 2 Of I
loniy., Stei'phe'n 2 45
lrownl, 1" 14 ,) 1I
Browning, Twilley 4 to 1
Buford, T J I .0 I
llunford, '' J I u- Il
hiuicouti, T II 2 %
Bridwell, T J - 4 40 11
Bridwell, Taylor 2 :t0 11
Brown, 1Phillilp 4 Il
HnBrks, Peter 2 30 1
BIown, l'eter 4 i 1;
liueav. 1' I :1 r
Itrooks, Peter 4 5 I
olozer, Peter 11 10 1
Brown,, I' 2 6 I
Ilennett, PItcr 4 40 1
Biutler, WVH 3 () I
Butler, Wts J. 1) 3 1
Blackmanl , Wil'son 4 4I 1
Baily, Wmi 2 30 1
Bales, Willis 2 30 1
Iridwell, V 39 P1 I
kBeau, W L 26 5 1
lirnuinbly, Win 7 1 )I
Blackman, Wmi 4 n10 1
lBeaui \' l) 9 I1
Ikhntiall, WT 2 15 I
Brown, Wm 4 40 1
Blackburn, W Jaalper 72 I 1
BU10, W'oash 3 45 1
Baker, W It 360 1
SBoulware, Wil 2 50 1
Blilacknmu, Young 2 :' 1
I lrown, York 2 34 I
SBrutnu, Young 2 30 1
llBrnwu,Turua 2 n 1I
I Blily, Clark 1 t0 1
Itriinker, A J 5 .I I
Slliroks, Aaron 2 c'i I
SColemian, Austin 130 1
i Curry, A 2 30 I
' Chalilulan. A
('ooky, Alex 2 1
S('uiksey, Andilrew 2 30 I
S('lhetultt, A J 2344 I
) Cox, Allein 2
S('ar AJ I I
I ('Collier, lIen 2 t I
S('heatbant, Iku I :i I
SCuollert, IHu 2 1: 1
º Collier, Ben 1
SC'hiapman, Iku jr 30 1
) Collier, Cuthr't 2:) I
º ('ouper, ('laiburnl 2 3) 1
SCarter. an 2 an 1
t' ummingi, Day 2 :1k I
('allahani, ) 11 14 35 1
S('arter, L)ave '2:0 I
C'rofford, E 1 :5 1
; Castleberry, Elli 2 :I 1
i Curry, Epbramn 230
S('olk, 2 :i XI
S('ummingiu, Frank 2 ) 1
('reurt, 1 rank 2: 1
'ruwdetr, F 1W 2 30
u ('amp, Frank 2 30
I Carter, Frank 2 1 I
S('amp, il 2l, 1
U ('iodslatd. G E 5.5
1 ('amp, 4, F 250
5 ICrow, Georges 135
U Cupit, G %% 2 3
U Carter, Gilelrt 2:1
U ('alcot, George 2 1
II ('haplanll, Henry 1u1"
U Crow, lenry 230
SCobbut, I B 9 30
s Curry, lHenry 230
0 Curry, HaIrrmn 230
I Coleman, IIInn 230
0 Callaway, JE 30
0 Corr', J W 30
r Colvin, J C 230
0 Cloeaiu, J C 670
0 Cooper, John I36
I. Clemeuts, John 230
SCalhoun Jack 2 30
Care, Jack 23
0 Calhoinu. J 930
)I Center, Jorleii 230
) Callawa, J 230
10 Cobb, J 11 2
10 Coon,JJ 2911
N) Cooper,Jlm 930
S mColeafln, Jiln 230
I CaIn, Jerry 230
10 Claton, Joo 30
lo CrwIp, J o 30
e0 Cotton, Jae 230
o0 Copla1J 810
15 CrhJoe 1 36
I Clemment, Joe 3 .
r1 Cook, J6T 3
00 1Combs,Joe 415
10 Clalaha, Jack 165
SCarruy,Jerry 00
00 Kageds, agent 5 30
U Colem, Oliver 336
i Clalle, Plomr 30
15 Ceoper E ,3
Cobb, s W 30 Gau
Cox, 8men 230 00
Cooper, lebron 1 U O0
Carlile, Tbh I) 690 Or
Cbhethemn, Thqs 3 15 I r
Cheatham, Thu. 555 01
Curry T M 2 30 e
Cain, W 2'30 U
Carpenter, W B 230 1
Cole, W 301 Ga
Camp, Win 230 Or
Curry, Wallace 135 01
C('row, Willis 1 .35 O
Camp, W H 555 (r
Coon, Zachary 5 00 01
D)unlap. Aaron 4 10 of
Dawmon, AHI 230 Or
Dregges, Aaron 11i 80 1
Dutton, Alex 2 30 (I
Dix, Anlin 2 30 U
Dnmiph., Alf 2.0 GI
IDlly, Anlerrsn 2 30 GO
Dumasm, A J- 230 Git
kelany, Alf I 3:5 (.
hDav,' Blake 2d65 o
Ix)ivn, lomnd 230 (t
Duke, t' F 2 Os
I)ruphl, Charles 2 65 GI
iualn, ('roffonr 2 00 (i
Dunmore, I)al 2 30 GI
D)anlel., Duke 2930 (1
I)obm. 1,ra 2(0 04
lunwtael, lraull 5(5 r i
Duke, EM h I 6 t4 GI
1)lunt Ea.atw 2 , UI
llanels, Elisha 266 (i
Iickerson, F 1M 2 00 i
Ihlmusai, George 11 30 (1
Dickeronn, G(aily 230 U
Davit, W 300 (
D)avis, G W 230 G
Deluuater, 11 2 65 U
)avis, Henry 2 (i5 G
Iuanaby, Henry 2 301
Itaniels, Hentry 2 30 U
)Dickson, July 2 :n G
Duke, Jim 2 : (i
Iardent, Jeff 2 ) (I
mrchb, Joe 1 2U i
Ioes, John 2 l0 U
Duke, J 1) 6 5 (1
Im-wntll, J 1' 2ti5 (
Ilodan, J .i 230 0
Ihau, J St :0 (1
IDuke, J II 2 31 (.
lijggina. J l, 2 :0 (
Duke, Jeff 3 95 G
Daiumbv, J 1) 4795 (1
Dale, Jack 5 05 (
Dyer, J B 4 25 t i
IDatnte, Istah 2 10 U
I)tck rsn, I N d 20 0
Dy)ver, I.muatda 1 30
Deveuport, Lewi, 23. (1
)Dampenr, Mrs Mary 7 15 U
D)an'ey. Ned 2 30 G(
Inawso, () 11 I' 17 90 (
Duncan, 1obt 2 I:1
Davis, Rohbt 6 3: G
I avin, Ruolt 2 95 G
I ftke, indely 2 :0 G
Davis, Standly 2 30 U
Davis, milt 230 U
Dufruw, 1 21 30 (
Davis, Tlhm 26s5 (
lieluºey, T I 5 75 (1
IDavidson, Tayler 230 G1
I lklauey, W J 555 U
I)le;,V illis 5. 50
I Dillardnt. W as 70 (0
Davis, WenLt 265 G
1)ordv, Wi n 2 30
I yver, Wm 2 10 (1
I 1unaway. Zeek 2 3 (1
I )awSoYo,Young 2 (
SFdwanrs, Lafayette 2 :0 U
I adas, Chas 2 9 (1
I Englibh, UW 345 (4
1 Eads, Andy 2 30 U
SEidunon, J 92V 9 5
I FETwaunla, J T 2 :o (1
SElmore, Dan 2:10
Edwards, Alex 2 :1W (
I Fvans, Jaa 2 30 (i
SEnmerson, Green 3 45 (i
I Ellis, Dave 2 30 H
tEnglish, I N 3 45
I Ellis, amu 1 35 H
SEads, L1 2 30 1
I Evans, Wim 2 05
I Fsix, lane 2 4.5
SEdwanls, Rich 2 30 I
SEdwards, J J 2: 30 1
SEIas, Thus 2 30 1
Ellis, Eli 2 :1 I
I Edwards, Alx 2 :11
Eppinger, JJ 7 .4 I
1 Ellerson, Jack 4 70
SFonrd, A . 2 I
SFergusaun, Iln 3 50 I
SFratks. Curnelas 1 35 I
t Font, Chas 2 30 1
1 Floyed, Dan 3 51 I
SFlowler, Dan :1 3,0 4
i Filder, Dan 2 30
u Falfon, E A 2: 0
5 Fuller, Emantel 1 70 1
0 Ferguson,Franci' 230 1
0 Farmer, ( F 230 1
5 Flucus, Ilenry 3 1) I
5 Folr, Hlenry 2 0 I
0 For, i 4 45 1
0 Frankliu, Henry 2 30
0 ,Fluca, H 135 1
0 Pranklin Isaac 990 I
0 Franks, Joe 3 30
0 Fomby J T 530
0 Franklin, John 2 30
0 Farley, John J 1175
'0 Ford John 2.0
SForeie, Jerry- 230
1) Forge, J 2 :W
10 Fair, J udge 2 3
n Frazer, Joe 230
1I Fair, John 3 10
M Forman, Joe 310
10 Ford, J18 330
to Fry,Ja 495
Mn erFtson, Jonat'u agt 2275
! FlM r, Lewis 330
1i Farmer, L 30
I raso, Luke 555
i Fesr, Lee 310
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