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1'LATIWHO OTil TTHEKLV HiSKAl, TflDKSDAT, SEI'TEMBHK 27, UBS.
Republican Grand Rally.
At llio last inciting of 1 lie young men's
republican club, committeeH were ap
pointed and arrangements made to a
certain extent, fur u grand mlly to be
lielil in this city on the BJth of next
Judging by the different nanus in the
appended list, the proposed rally will,
without a doubt, be tended by unlimit
ed success. We trust that every republi
can will agitate this move and aid in at
tracting a crowd to the city which will
BUrpass all others ever seen lu re.
The follow in is a list of tin? names
proposed for the respective committees
with the names of John A. Dav'us, .1. C.
Kikenbary and ). IJ. .Smith on the com
mittee of general arrangements:
Finance committee: I). A. Campbell,
O. C. Smith, J. C. Kikenbary, J. II. Wat
erman, Sig (Jreen.
Speakers, Invitations and Punting:
II. C. Ritchie, W. II. Pool, John A
Pavics, And Todd, Wash Smith.
Parade and line of march: I. W.
Johnson, J. C. Kikenbary, O. G. Smith,
D. B. Smith, M. B Murphy, SJlj (been,
City decoration: Ami Todd, O. P
Smith, F. Carruth, Byron Clark, Capt.
Palmer, J. P. Young, II. X. Dovey, M.
B. Murphy, W. II. Baker, Wash Smith.
C. E. Wescott. C. Mayer, J. C. Peterson,
iranspurencies: it. is. nimui, l-ora
Davis, II. Km lliT, J,. O. Larson, (). P.
Smith, F. Boyd, Sig (Jreen, Steve Buz
zell, V.d Burkd, J. Antill.
Il-dl decora t ions: llol.it. Stewart, Val
Burkcl, II. Jtekson, ('has. llufikin, Sol
Levi, Prof. Chatburn, Steve Buzzcll,
"Wm. McCauiy-y, Chas. Forbes, Lem
Torches: M. 1). Polk, V. Thomas,
Oeo. Point II. -
Music: II. C. Ilitchio, W. A. Derrick,
Val. Burkl Frank Dixon.
Hall: S. Dutton, A. N. Sullivan.
The following is a report of the races
which took place on the fair ground
driving course the two last days of the
fair, Thursday and Fiiday:
Thursday. 2:o0 Trot. Alma P.oy,
owned by Art Perry, 1st; Teddv
Morse, owned by S P. Morse, 2nd; Clar
ence L., owned by C. F. Whitney, :'id.
Purses, ?.. .-) and ?:. Time, 2:-lt
Running race, free for all. 1 mile heats.
Nettie Fisher, owned by W. A Kctchum,
1st; Whist, owned by G. 15. Shreve, 2nd;
White Hilly, o'vned by C. M. Holmes,
3rd. Purses, 7o, 4.1, $;0. Time, 1:501,
A very spirited contest was waged in
this city between the fri( nds of M. I).
Polk on the one hand hud W. II. Newell
on the other, bolh being candidates for
the s.tato scr.ate.
The Polk delegations were elected in
the first and second wards, while the
third and fourth supported Newell.
Victory is in the air and Tim IIekald
hopes there will be nothing said or done
that would endanger the success of our
The following are the delegates elected
at the different primaries, so far as heard
l'l.ATTSMOt'TII, FIRST WARD.
J II Waterman, Leui Skinner, W W
Diummond, A B ICnotts, II N Dovey,
L C Stiles. Wm Fox.
L I) Bennett, Win Weber, C A Mar
shall, Kobt Donnelly, W F Baumastcr,
LouisKigenbcffier, JF Ilinshaw, II C
McMackcn, D K Bur.
Calvin Russell, S M Cooper, S II At
wo. d, W II Pickens, W L Browne, A N
Sullivan, Byron Clark, IJ C Kerr, Frank
Boyd, Joseph Warga, J C Kikenbary, S
Dutton. Gustav Roman. Cen. Commit
teemen, Wm Hayes and S A Davis.
Tom Wilds, Jim Sage, T C Shepherd,
W S Purdy, Itobt Troop, Wm Ballance,
Snndi ll Chas Thomas, Chns Ilassen, Aug
Reiuhackcl, E Messier, T J Johnson.
S L Furlong, A Hoot, Ross Morrow.
1) tt est, Wm Royal, A J Caves, I) W
S.'.ml Richardson, Louis Young, James
M isl. y. John Philpot, jr., Wm Minfor'd,
SALT ORliEK 1'KKCINCT.
Geo Finley, Boyd, VanDorn,
I W Barr, M Newman, M I, Coleman, J
IM1, Chanin. () IJ Polk.
A FAMOUS INSTITUTION.
trait of R. V. rierce, 31. D. The doctor
would be readily recognized by any one
who had seen his portrait. His head is
large and well orbed, and ability une
enterprise arc stamped upon his features
and movements. Starting without fame
or fortune he is today the widest known
medical man of the age. The fact that
he resigned his seat in congress to attend
to his vast business speaks louder than
words of his interest and devotion to his
profession. Patients from the most dis
tant states anive daily for treatment at
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute.
The World's Dispensary, which fronts
W ashington street, is
A (iRKAT HI VK OK INDUSTRY.
Here the proprietary medicines are put
up and the printing and binding done.
Fourteen large presses, driven by power,
with numerous folding, trimming, cut
ting and stiching maehines are constantly
running in th:s department. Here the
famous ' Common Sense Medical Adviser
is printed, over :j:'0,000 coppicsof which
have been sold. Everybody in Maine is
fa mil iar with the Memorandum Rooks
from the World's Dispensary. To speak
of each floor with its work and uses
would make too long an article. Some
idea of the magnitude of the business
can he hatl when it I t': I t.i
are nearl' three hundred persons employ
pd in the two buildings. It is a strong
recommendation for any man or busines
to be popular at home. It is putting it
mildly when it is said that the Institution
is popular in IJuffalo, and both it and its
Chief houored and loved by the inhabi
tants of the great metropolis of the lakes."
.las. Crawford, Geo. D. Mattison,
Frank Cramer, O. K. McGee, A. L. Tim-
blin, I). L. Anderson, M. E. Harris, M.
2:31 tit it. mile heats. Prosper Merimer,
cwned by Mat Robins. 1st; Ned V, own
ed by IJ. II. Floyd, 2nd.; Silver King,
owned by S. P. Miller, 3rd. Purses $100,
$60, $40. Time, 2:4 U. 2:4.1, 2:.13l.
Friday. Running race, free for all.
Half mile heats. Whist Shrev?, 1st:
Dick J. W. Uuileiiuanie, 2nd; Joe
Cole, 3rd. Nettie Fisher dist in 1st,
and White Billy in 3rd. Time, ot, 5.1
Free for all trot. Billy Ford Arthur
Perry, 1st; MuU:s Toler stock farm.
2nd; Black Tom F. M. Harl-tn, 3rd.
Time, 2:31, 2:33.1, 2:32.
Free for all pace;. Loreno Chas.
Creighton, 1st; Oliver E. Elliot. Time
2:43, 2:32, 2:27.
The board o directors appointed n
auditing committee, to meet next Friday
morning at 10 o'clock, at the oilice of II.
C. Ritchie. All bills against the associa
tion must he presented prior to that time.
Great Preparations a .Memphis
Memphis, leiin., Sept. 23.- -.V meeting
of a joint committee of the cotton and
mjrehanto' exchanges and the city author
ities was held yesterday at noon. The
ctrict quarantine regulations which have
been enforced since Saturday were amend
ed by the adoption of the following-
Resoled, That passes he issued upon
the certificate of tile president of the tax
ing district, or the president of the board
f health, to persons to come in or out of
the city who live in the city or its vicin
ity, and who will not go to any infested
district. That this authority will also
cover all cas-s of people desiring to bring
in produce or carry out supplies in wag
ons or o'h -r vehicles.
Hesnlct J. That any person or persons
who are at pres nt it til quarantine st;:
tion.s shall l. permitted to emue to tie
city uion pi rtn:!s is-ue 1 by the taxing
district authorities, wb n satisfactory
evidence i sliown tint they have cot
been :n any inf.ct.-d districts.
The loral military companies reported
for duty yesterday, and they have been
assigned to duty as pickets nn the diit
roads. The o'nei'd announcement states
that the city is remarkably healthy, and
that there has i.eeu no yellow fever in
the vicinitv since 179.
From Saturday's Daily.
Coroner Boeck received a dispatch
from Louisville last night about 12
o'clock which stated that a man had been
killed there about an hour previous and
requesting him to go immediately and
hold nn inquest. Sheriff Kikenbary and
Mr. Boeck tor k their departure on the
flyer this morning. An inquest was held
and it was found that the man had met
his d-nth by accident. The name of the
unfortunate man is John Shultz, an em
ploye on the stone quarry near Louisville.
lie is a married man and has two child
ren, one seven years old and the other
two. lie resides a short distance from
the town, and as the house is close to the
railroad, that course he e-enerallv used as
o - j
he walked home. He had remained in
town until about 10:30 and became so
intoxicated that he could hardly navi
gate. He had been lounging around the
depot and fell asleep, when he was awak
ened by some of the employes and start
ed towards home. He succeeded in
reaching a culvert about one hundred
yards from the depot where he must hare
sat down on the track and gone to sleep.
After a freight train had passed by short
ly afterwards, his body was discovered
in a frightfully mangled condition. The
head was completely scrercd from the
body and was found near the culrert,
while the body had been earned along
the track for several feet, and was as
adly mangled as it was possible for it
to 1)l-, the wheels having passed over it
in four or five places.
Tiik Cass county delegation returned
from Lincoln this morning in line feather
and as jolly as though they had brought
home with them the con s essional noini
nation. Judge Chapman expressed him
self as pleased with the nomination and
especially with the manner in which his
sturdy delegation from Cass acquitted
tnemseives and also witu tne manner in
which the convention was conduced.
There is no doubt but Mr. Chapman
would have been the nominee of the
convention had the Lancaster delegation
done what was expected and what that
delegation unquestionably should have
done. Now for the democratic conven
tion f.nd then the jury of sovereigns in
Tho Fever at Jacksonville.
Jacksonville, Sept. 25. Sunday's
northeaster was followed by a cold rain
and drizzle that continued throughout
yesterday and last night. This weather
is unfavorable for the sick, but it is en
couraging to note that only five deaths
were reported yesterday. New cases,
however, still continue in abundance.
The report yesterday showed 113, of
which 85 are colored and 2S whites.
Total casts reported to date, 1,011; total
deaths. 227. It is impossible to approxi
mate the number of cases that have not
been reported to the board of health.
One physician has had over 130 cases,
few of which have been reported.
Tho W C. T. U. Conve -sticn
Hastings. Neb. Sept. 2.1. The state
convention of th W. C. T. U. continues
with unabated inten st in the proceedings i
The following officers were elected for,
the ensuing year: j
President. Mrs. IT. A. Hitchcock, of'
Frement; vice pre;dnit Mrs. C. M.
Wood war-1, of Seward
Fitch, nf ITastmr;,; tr-asurcr, M;. M.
gantry, of Omaha.
Cases at Fernandina-
Fekn-axiuxa, Fl.j.. Sept. 25. Yellow
fever was officially declared yesterday to
le here. The board of health issued the
The board of health announces that the
result .if an autopsy held at 12 o'clock
this day (M.-nmdsv) on the body of Mr.
uoou demonstrates the existence of yel
low fever in the citv.
S:gned P. E. Dotterer.
II. S. LukinbiiJ. a railroad agent, died
is offered, by the manufacturers of Dr.
S.ige's Cartarrh Remedy for a case of
nM ;vrM: rorrrspon.hng cutanh v.hieh tlvy cannot cure. This
tary. Mrs. Sarah A. ilson, of Lm- , , .
; recording serret.rv. Mrs Alma rvmi-ilJ cur ''J lls mild, sooth'ng,
cleansing, and ne i!:ng properties. Only
j t!0 cents by druggists.
A correspondent of the Fairfield (Me.)
Journal writes as follows, from Buffalo,
N. Y. :
" Editor of the Journal: Thinking
that it might interest some of your read
ers and make good my premise to you
at tho same time, I will write a few Hues
concerning the famous Wourld's Dispen
sary and Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
institute. Let tne at first disclaim any
selfish motive, or desire to puff this or
any industry. Thousands of dollars arc
expended every month to keep the merits
of this Institution before the world and
its managers ask for
NO FREE ADVKRTI8MENT3.
A healthier or more convenient city for
those afflicted could not have been select
ed in which to place such an institution
than Buffalo, N. Y. But concerning the
city and its attractions I will write in
some future letter. The World's Dispen
sary Medical Association occupies two
large and magnificent buildings upon
M ain and Whington streets, and a
branch Dispensary at No. 3 New Oxford
street, London, England. The Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute fronts Main
stree and is attractive and elegant both
inside and outside Although it is
FILLED WITn PATIENTS
from all over the country, it is clean and
neat as any parlor and is appropriately
termed the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute. Large and well lighted rooms.
with elegant appointments make the sick
feel at home rather than in a hospital
Parlors with tine libraries and musical
instruments are accessible to those who
are convalescent. A t-taff of eighteen
SKILLFUL PHYSICIANS AM) St HCEONS
administer to the sick. A splendid metl
ical library comprising all of the standard
works of reference, is in a convenient
room for consultation by any of the phy
sicians. Any medical book of note or
Value is added to this inagnifiiccnt col
lection of books as soon as published.
Th" collection of surgical instruments is
large and comprises eycry instrument of
real utility and value known to the pro
fession. A system of mechanical move
ments, passive exercises, manipulations.
kueadings and rubbings, administrated
by a large variety of ingeniously contriv
ed machinery, driven by steam is used
as aiding other medical and surgical treat
ment in palsy, stigened joints, crooked
and withered limbs and in those chronic
cases so often given up by the common
busy practicioner of medicine as incur
able. Baths of all kinds are made use of
in those cases where they are indicated.
There is nothing quackish about the in
stitution. It is run
FREE FROM ALL HUMBUG
or deceit. A Luge and well appointed
drug room iu the basement of the Hotel
contains all of the medicines and chemic
als used by physicians and is in charge of
authorized and skilled pharmacists and
apothecaries. Each case is prescribed for
according to the same rules and laws
which govern any intelligent doctor when
writing a prescription for Hs" patient.
There is no restriction used with the phy
sicians in the Institution and they have
the whole domain of Materia Medica to
choose from. The proprietary medicines
are only used or advised when in the
judgment of the physician (to whom the
formulas are known) they are indicated.
Many and in f act eyery physician of any
experience has found some remedies or
combination of drugs, to do good work
in a certain class of cases. Hence he writes
thejsame prescription over and over again
till the druggist knows it by heart and
smiles when he looks at it. But it is none
the less valuable for all that and the phy
sician who knows its value does not feel
condemned for writing it, and would feel
hurt and stoutly defend it if he should be
criticised for its frequent repitition. The
doctor writing said prescription docs not
pretend that it will cure everything or
that it applies to every dose. Upon this
principle Lr. Pierce has (with much
greater experience than ordinary physi
cians) devised, compounded and thor
A FEW PRESCRIPTIONS
of remedies which in certain cases are
curative and stand the test of time.
They are not patent medicines nor are
they recommended to cure every disease
that flesh is heir to. They are favorite
prescriptions advised in those cases wheie
they are applicable. Those medical men
who cry 'fraud' and 'quack' should re
member that one man has as much right
to his favorite remedies as another.
Neither is it any more disgrace for a man
to advertise and
FAY FOR IT LIKE A MAN
than it is for a physician to get some one
to write an item for the paper telling
about his skill in performing a surgical
operation. I have seen an old physician
who was a sticker as regards medical
codes and professional etiquette, stop the
editor of his local paper on the street and
tell him how ill ex Gov. X. was and he
rVX 5th St. Merchant Tailor
iwiwr would nfiin tha ,.t i,s k Keeps a Full Line ol
ing called to see the ex-Governor iu its
next issue. But nevertheless he shudders
when he sees a legitimate advertisement
which has been paid for. The people of
this country are familiar with tb por
on- h i: at
.;;.-:-7 .' -'7,-:
Never before lias nn Opt ician re
ceived Filch testimonials from
It is certain that the arguments which
President Cleveland urges are those which
UoDclen used to employ iorty-live years
ago. and which any English free-trader
would employ now. London Times, July
The Old Doctors
Drew blood, modern doctors cleanse it ;
hence the increased demand for Altera
tives. It is now well known that most
diseases are due, not to over-abundance,
but to impurity, of the Blood ; and it
is equally well attested that no blood
medicine is so efticacious as Ayer's
" One of my children had a large sore
break out on the leg. We applied
simple remedies, for a while, thinking
the sore would shortly heal. But it grew
worse. Vv e sought medical advice, and
were told that an alterative medicine
was necessary. Ayer's Sarsaparilla
above all others, we used it with mar
velous results. The sore healed and
health and strength rapidly returned."
J. J. Armstrong, Weimar, Texas.
"I find Ayer's Sarsaparilla to be an
admirable remedy for the cure of blood
diseases. I prescribe it, and it does the
work every time." E. L. Pater, M. D.,
"We have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla
here for over thirty years and always
recommend it when asked to name the
best blood-puririer." W. T. McLean,
Druggist, Augusta, Ohio.
" Ayer's medicines continue to be the
Btandard remedies in spite of all com
petiiion." T. W. Bichmond, Bear
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price $1; ix bottles, $3. Worth So a bottle.
THE WOULD FAMOUS
'" V TO '
9 ' - M
- . i
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and gerteral Jobbing
sis now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
v, .out, auu timer macniaery, as mere
Is a good lathe In my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken cnargA ot tne wagon snop
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
r W tims and linszle wade
Foreign & Domestic Goods.
Consult Your Interc-et by Giving I-'ir a Ca
You can consult him al.out
uul how to take care of them. More
light for the unfortunate .spectacle wear-
rs, ami ttie uoom of blindness tneventeil
by the use of his Alaska Urilliants and
VustraJian Crystals. A new chf-mical
And patent self-adjn.sting
The first time intraduced into this coun
try; manufactured to order after careful
examination by modern instrument--.
lias arrived in Plattsmouth, and has
an ofrice at the Kiddle House, lie is do
ing an immense business throughout the
United States, giving the best of satisfac
tion and delight to hundreds with de
fective sight. His knowledge of the
human eye and his skill in adjusting the
glasses is marvelous beyond imagination.
Endorsed by all the great men of this
country and Europe.
In an instant, as if bv mamc he is en
abled to tell you any ailment of your
laiiuig vision, point out tne cause and
danger, and adapt brilliant glasses, pe
culiarly ground to suit every defect of
the eye, which will nid in strengthening
tne eyesight ot the old and young. Sei
entists invited to examine the new svs
tern for the preservation of the human
Teachers should watch the earlv mani
festations of their scholars' evesisht and
report in time to thcr respectiye parents
to have their eyesight examined by Prof.
Strassman, the expert optician of nation
Artificial Eyes Eeplaced.
Persons deprived of an eye can have
this deformity removed by the insertion
of an artificial one, which moves and
looks like a natural organ.
OFFICE II O U II S.
Oilice of wa Soldier's Home.
Marhhalltown, In., Feb. 17, 's.s.
Puok. Stkass.man, lhar ,: The
glasses you furnished myself and wife
when in Clinton, have proven in very
Way satisfactory, und we take pleasure
in recommending your work ami glasses
to all who may be in need of safety and
anel comfort lor your eyesight.
cry Itespcci i il ,
Coi.. Mn.o Smith, ( iiim.Mi.'in.t.
Mayor's Oilice, Maishallti :i.
November :!i d, I mn7.
1'iof. Stia-sinan lias been in our city
some six weeks or more, and us an opti
cian has given the b, ,-t ol satisfaction
both as to prices and pialily of woik,
having treated some of the most dillieult
cases of the eyes with success and am sat
isfied you will find him a skillful opti
cian ami a gentleman.
Nki.son Amks, Mayor.
Dr.sKKVK.s It. Xu transcici.t occulist
has ever visited this city before v, ho has
givt'ii to the public such exec Hi nt pro
fessional service, or has won such testi
nionnls fnnn the people, as Prof. Strass
man, now in our city. e i.re not in tho
habit of voliutarily testisying in these
matters, but in Prof. Strassman's case we
do it cheerfully, and entirely in v.n unso
cited way simply because ' he des.ci vics
it. Oskaloosa Herald.
Prof. Strassman, a dist iii"uish( d oo-
tlCiai), MOW' StoOliill" in ilir citv r-rmi, u
befv ie us with the hi-li st testimonials
of skill and experience iu his art, f.nd I
take pleasure in recommending him to
my friends and the public who niav be
in need of his services-, us one entitled to
his confidence. .1. Williamson. M. I).
tt urn wa, Io.va.
After a slay of several weeks. Prof.
Stiassinan, the optician, is about to lose
his labors in our citv. Persons who have
not yet made use of his .'kill and scirncu
would do well to call at once and there
by do themselves a iastintr benefit. He has
shown himself to be a man skilled in his
profession, fair and liberal in Ids dealings.
and withal, a gentlemen in every respect.
I he many commendatory noticis mven
him by the press are well deserved and
we shall part with him with r L'let. lied
Oak Express, March L':ird.
9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p.. and 7 to R
George Burgett, Rev. A. Clark. Mr.
Duff, Mrs Dr Larsh, D P Rolfe, Mrs
Streeter, Dr Briuker. R M Rolfe. Rodpn-
brock, C Anderson. J W AValdsmith, W
iV Cotton, II Calhoun. Judre Manes
David Brown, Dr Hershev. Wm liver.
T S Jones, E M Taggart, E Reiber, W.
II Murphy, Frank McCartnev. James
Fitchie, Rev. Emanuel Har'.ior. Mrs. A
E Rudd, W D Merriam, Miss VauMeter
Dr S L Gant. A Home, Paul Se hminke.
Nat Adams. Geo A Wilcox, Mr Sheldon,
iK-. OunselL Rev R Pearson. Shomerus.
p Levey. S- M Kirkpnti itk, Drvscoll,
uonaia jiccuaig, William Willielmv.
Rev Rivers, Logan Enyart. X Red field,
J Jr Welch, liev. J B Green. John Good-
ett, C B Bickel, Dan Grer', C W Scher-
fy, E S Hawley, A R Ncwcomb, Wm
Nelson. Mrs N Davis, Wm FuUon, Ac am
Kloos, Mrs Ed Flaener. M T Johnson
Mrs Garnout, Mrs. Sterling Morton. Mrs.
Watson. Miss Morton, Mr Geo W Hawke
Mrs W T Sloan, Mrs L W Lloyd, Mrs
S J btephenson. Dr. Buhop, Mr Johnson
Brown, Mrs Aird,
Dr E B Yonng, C F Cl.u k, G K Powers,
D B Miller, J B Rccvfs, Mrs J Seank, Mrs
T II Dearborn, G W Holt, A C Blosc, V
A Close, Mrs. Applcbec, Mr Mockslager,
J S Wroth, Bev McClure, .Mrs Hesfh-r,
Mrs. Farrier, Manke;-, Rev McCuIh-rv, Mis
Stanley. II Wadswe.rth, Mr Marenholtz.
Mr Jiflries, Rev J;:gg, W SlufTord, (; r
Schneider, Harvey Spi v, C E Bid. aid?
David Harris, Mr. Isold, C II Lane-, C M
Mills. T H Lee. Wm Koehler, ; J Lilli
jeberk, T M Lie, Ge L Piatt, Mis L
Holyser, Wm Dublcy, ( piuinels, Mis
B S Porter, I II Ilazarenns, Mr Broadbv,
F A Carter, Mrs Fisher, Mr Stoddard, 1)
u hlu -p fiord. A McCoiine, E A Brown,
Mr Gibson, Mr Fikcs. R.;v J W Hamil
ton, S P Miller, Mrs F O Chuk, B E A
Simons, J W Sautbin, Mr Van Alstine,
L F Ross, .Mrs Deemer, .Mrs. .Tunkin'
Thos (Jrifii'.h, I Sanborn, Geo Binus, .Mr.'
Meyers, p. p. Johnson, and ihhiiv other
from the surrounding country.
Dr O'Neill, C F W Bnekmcn, Rtv F C
War, Mrs W F Rose, Dr. Lewis, Capt. C.
P Brown, Mrs. Slaughter, Dr. J WiJliam
son, D T J Douglas, Dr II Vv Roberts. S
B Evans, A C Leighton. J Hansman Rev
A C Stillson. Dr B F Hvatt, Mrs 'o S
Phellis. Mrs Dr Taylor. "
Col W P Hepburn, ox-congressmen;
Hon T E Clark, senator; Rev Snook, Dr
Cokenowcr, Dr Lewellen, F W Harish
J S Mdntyr, A S Bailv, J D Jons, B W
Foster, II C Beck with, John Giasebv, O
A Kimball, Mrs. Morsman, V Graff, Rev
Seay. Dr Van Sant, J D Ilawh v. 't M
Mon.ingo. Dr MilJm, II Bedweil, Capt
Stone. J II Stct, Hon Wm Butler x
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Miss C Webster, Mrs Marv Eekert, Tho
McGrath, Ed Lewis. Dr N Tmiev. Prof
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