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DANBURY. N. C.
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RATEft or ADVERTIRIJIU:
no Sinarn (ten or I®M) t time, 00
or earH adattlonal limertlon o0
Contract* for longer time or more apace can be
m ule In proportion to tlie above rates.
Tranotai't ;UKrcrtl»cr« wilt be eicu«ctcl to remit
according A ttb«,> *end
win be clt argod .lo per cint .li i h »her
11 WuHltuiHn Uar«lh wlUbe Inaortoil at Ten Dollar*
™ — m IMIMBIB
A. J. BOYD, w - RE,,)
F. B. JOHNSTON, JULlft* JOHNSTON
BO YD, REIT) ?• JOIIJVSOA\
Attorneys - at - XJII>V,
WKNTWOHTB, N C.
Messrs. Rcid and Johhson will regu
larly attend the Superior Courts of
R. L HAYMORE'R
ATTORN EY-AT LAW
Mt. Airv. N. C.
Special attention given to the col lection o
W. F. CARTER,
MT. AIHY, bl'liltY CO., S.T
Practices wberevev hia services arc wanted
r. day, ALBERT JOSKS
2Day & J"o»c?s F
No. 33". W. U.lllmore »tr.ot, lUHlmnre, JM.
W. A. Tucltor, It. C.Smith, US. Sprain.
Tucker. Smith & Co..
Manuf.cturlirt d£ wholesale Pflntcrs!n
KOVTS, SIIUHS, lIATB AM) CAI'SI
No. ISO DalUmori- Street. MBWWiIB.
It. J. £ A. E. liKST,
Henry Sonnthorn $ Co.,
N AtMfir st.,(b«twe«ii',Jeri»iin Jt SbO
ISA LTIMO HE ML).
H. S«NNEBORN, »• BLIMLINE
Htefheii rutnf i/, L. tl Illair
fV'. 11. MILES,
STEPHEN P UT. \'KY$ CO .
Wholesale d'alrrr in
Beets, Shoes, and Trunks,
1219 Main Street,
fV L B-81-6m. UIVUiIOSH, TA.
■ICMAKD WOOD HAM L I*. llool'WlN. |
11KNItV UENIIKIISOV. UH'U'U W. 11A1 ON.
WOOD, BACON & CO
aud Jobbers of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
WHITE GOODS, ETC.
Kn. 309-au Mulkct St.,
for sale will find it to their irtcrem to
A. O. SO HOON MAKER,
158 WiUiaiu St., New York.
O. E LKFTWtCK.
WlWfiO, Ei.LETT * CRIMP,
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, 6HOKS, THUNKS, SiC.
Prompt attonlioo paid to orders, and satis
p*- Virginia Stall Trim* fSaodt a 1/ ttialln
March,' 6.* m
KIIIHT W. POWSHS, >M« n- TAYI,® .
R W POWERS k CO.
WHOLESALE DK CO GISTS,
PAIKTB, OII.H. OYKS, VAnff!SI!K.S,
French end American
WINDOW GI AKB, PUTTY, &C
SMOKING AM> CHSWIKfI
010ARS, TOBACCO A BPKOIAI.T}
1306 Main St., Biobmcnd, Va,
hTLSOX, lilies & CO..
*VOLKSAI.K \N!> C' M"lr
BION MKhCH A NTS.
30 S Howard atrect, corner ol l^iiglmr.l
We keep corMnnlly on hand a lurtc .;u .
well *aaoried Mock ol OiuwrW—•itf ilil- u
Southern and Wealrin trsde. W«-«n'Ui ■
• igomenu of Country Produce— tui li sa I'o.
ton; reathem; Gluteug; lawrwm V, ooliUrit
Fruit; fura; Skina, etc. Our tneilii.es for ilo
Bg buslueaaani such to wariani jutk aa '"1
adyrompt returns. All order* will h**c out
miA attentioß y ■
Tin and Sheet Iron Manu
Opposite f'armeiV VVmtjlious*.
ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUT
done at ahort notice.
K«*p* couatantljr on hand a fine lot of
Cmiktng anrf Heating f tores
ti IN W
Winston, TV. C.
FOR 000 D
Tobacco Flues, Sheet Iron and llon.e
made Tinware at
Also Roofing and Guttering at sho.-
notice, at BOTTOM PRICES.
J. IV. Sin I* LEY,
Corner Wain ant] 3rd Street.
Under Jacobs Clothing Store.
Harness, Hridles Collars and Saddles,
Also dealer in Whips, (lames,
Rruslies, Lap Ilobes, in fajt
everything in the Har
ness and saddlery line.
CHEAPEST HOt SE !N WESTERN NORTH
Will s>-li my own nmnufaetured ponds as
cheap us you ean buy the V. ostcru
ami Northern cily made goods.
PATRONIZE HOWIE INDUSTRY.
Has a stock of tho old army McOlellan
Suddies on I and.
Coinc and sec me Sept 26 1-y,
IJroicn Itogcrs 4* Co
Wholesale and Retail
Largest linu af STOKVf? in Winston.
MACHINERY of all kinds
H.IR.VESS .I.\ D S.IDI)LEV ftc. |
PJI.XTS, OILS, V.IIWISHES, «Sc' i
Special attention invited to their WAitfs \
Agents Dupont's old and welt known
Doors, Sash. Blinds.
Having rebuilt our Planing Mill,
Door, Sash and Wind Factory, end fit
ted i: up with all new machictry of the
latest and most approved patterns, we
are now prepared to do all kinds of
work in cur line in tbo very bcststyle.
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Poor Frames, Window Frames. Brack
et.", Moulding, Hand-rail, Hulus'.crs,
Newels, Mantels, Porch Columns, and
ore prepared to do all kinds of Scroll
Sawing, Turning, ten. We carry in
stock Wenthei boarding, Flooring, Ceil
ing, Wainsootitig aud nil kinds of Dress
ed Lumber, aim Framing Lumber,
Shingles, Laths, Lime, Cement, Plaster,
Plastering Hair and ull kinds of build
ors' mpplies. Call aoj see us or write
for our prices beforo buying elsewhere.
Mi: LER BROS-, WiHSTON, N. C.
C OMPOUN ])
A MILD TONIC
A enre for
j Coi»iW|..*iiun. ll niotnoies Hit* secretion* ol
, Hto Liver am! K tlneys, a. I a
1 one io ii»e Relieve* Niumkk
I I'ios'rfUion io'iiou iog 1 rotrai&nl feervoutt.
condition ol' Ibe ays*
Dr. V. 0, THOMPSON,
Winston N. C.
m >A4 Ann. Rfangww IVt miuMttt M*lU«n
UKO6-, M Dtr«U* 9t ,W.
"NOTHING HUCCKEDS I.IIvE SI JCCKNH."
DANBURY, N. C., THURSDAY. MARCH 31, 1881
TIB Mm or THE UIMM I U.
"Oh teas mo not," the maiden cried,
•'Such things 1 do ilespice,
I Wish you nully would go weigh!
And from your knee* would rise-"
"I cannot help this coffee said.
For yoa have chilli) me through;
Tfiougnjrou to fin lutv • i i%eii |!K- sack,
No fairer flour e'er grew.
•♦This sonp has slipped away from me,
That I ean call you mine;
B:it if the barrel he removed
Please drop to me a line.
"Id scale the highest grade for you.
Or grind my way 10 fine;
Whatever else gets mixed you'll see
My heart will round you twine.
*'l shall no strive you to appeas,
Though this is butter blow,
I still must think what might have been
Had you not said me no.'*
—Sun Francisco Wa*p.
•*Oh, ery b autiful are
And r 'Hl*y to Ui sight,"
So John (i, 6ax* wrote yc s
And John G. £>axe was right.
Quite beautiful are little girls,
And pleasing to the view ;
Their rosy cheeks and clustering curls
1 like to see—don't you ?
Yes, very beautiful are little girls,
And yet the dullest prig
W ill willingly agree with me
They'ie ;-r« tier when they'.e big.
REMIND Lit S.
Among the many cirorsin gardening
here from the Mother Country,
ami kept up and continually pread by i |
the inflowing tide of immigration, is t hut ,
of sowing cahbago-scc.l ou ilio 17th of , ,
March (Si. Patrick's Day.) WJjilo in | ,
the country from wutch we have rcceiv- ,
ed it the practice is right eoougb, in l ,
our climate it is entirely wrong. The ' i
lTlb of March, or anywhere about this j
time, is too early to sow lato cab age- ,
seed, at.d it is tbo late kinds which are
sown at this time, nnd of Course this ,
dato is too late to sow any early vatiety
except for succession, for these Khould
now be ready to plant out for heading. .
So many persons practice sowing their i
late cabbage-secd at tho time mention
ed, and us a consequence fail to mature
a crop, that attention should be call*!
to tbo error of their proceeding. When
sown at this time the plant* will be
ready to set out in May, aud from that
| time until September they have to cou- !
1 tend with heat, drought, and the cub
| , |
boge worm, all enemies to the j»bb::ge '
family, lu hot and dry weather cab
j bage does not grow, but stands drooping
Us leaves all day tfnder the scorching
i rays of our summer sun, aud the dews
' of night and an occasional shower ierve '
only to keep life enough in the plants to i
entice tbe worms to cat 'hem up, which j
! they do so effectually as to Icavo but
skelotona of pUnti by the time real
growiug weather sets in, and, of course,
•hey fail to uiake satisfactory heads.
The proper time to sow lato cabbnge
seed in this locality is tho month of May
early in the moo'.b for tho large growing
kinds, such a? Large Late Drumhead,
Bergeu Drumhead, aid Marblebead
Mammoth ; late in the month fnr ouch
us Flat I'uteb, Bleichßold, nnd I..runs
wick If ouCbagc is wanted the entire
season, supposing you have uow ready
tho early kinds liko Etampes, Wakefield
and Earl,' Summer, then sow now, or as
soou as the ground is in workable con
dition, some Early Summer, Winning
stat or Brunswick for succctsiou ; but
ns these will have tu perfect ihcir bead*
in an unfavorable season for cabbage
growth, they will require extra care and
tillage. They should receive deep aud
thorough cultivation at least oniso a
we ;k 'tnlil they have formed heads; it
is .inly tu rich ground and by ceaseless
stilling.of tho soil, if irrigation cannot
bo brought to your assistance, that cab
bage can be kept growing in our mid
Cubbago at all 'itncj require? more
than tilla#"*, more liian uiukt
uttier crops of t lie gurdcii, an J u great
deal more than it generally itccives.
The Virginia Legislature ii now in
extra session ami the braini of that
body will soon be wrestling with the
State debt quoation that calls them to
gether. It is better for States as for
individmls to pay all honest debts m
full when it is ponib.'e to do so.
A NEW INDUSTRY.
TUB VALUE OF TBB'PINE TIiFE.
Spprinl Correspondence Baltimore Manu
WILMINGTON, N. 0., February 26,
1887,—The inventions that bid tip to
this enterprise have shown what values
wore hiddeu in the almost woilMcfs iat
pine. There is in this cily another com
pany with other patents that have given
value to the green foliage of (he pine
:ree. When North i aroliua mad.! iis
fuuious exposition at
there was huge bale of hrown fibre iu its
spaee that attracted much attention
"This is made ei.f pin needles" was in
scribed on a large placard. ! i plo han
dlud it, inhaled its balmy od.ir, and tbeu
asPed what it was coed for. The piiu
cipal expectation seemed then to bo that
it would be adopted by the uphols'erers
as a clicip, elastic and durable filling
for mattiasses and bolsters. The inveu
tors and manu ' .tnrcrg then in the ex
perimental stage of what has since had
an extraordinary development. 'I he
Acme Manufacturing Company has its
office iu this city, and its several mills
and factories at Cronly, a village it has
organized a few miles out on the Hue of
the Carolina Central Railroad. The
officers are William Lattiiucr, president:
Henry Savage, general manager ; 11. C.
ljatiincr, treasurer ; Ctoniy & Morris,
general agents, and A. E. Soott, super
intendent of the mills. 'J he products
of the loaves of the long-leal (time (com
monly called "pino needles" or "pice
straw,") are a remarkably strong oil
that possesses ninny medical vir'ues and
a strong elastic fibre sailed pine wool.
This last can be bleached, dyed of any
color and woven into any form. At it
cruies from the mills after p..sing
through all processes it is a fleecy brown
mass, in appearance somewhat resem
bling tine cut chewing tobacco This
wool retains much of tho pleasant odor
of tiie pmc, but is without its pungency,
that bus pone >vil|i tiio it
sufficient, however, to give it value as a
moth destroyer when uied as a carpet
lining, it las also been fouud of value
in surgerj, having been proved to be au
excellent absorbent. The company
weaves this into a coarse matting for
use between carpets an 1 floors, and thus
used it is smd to be superior to any oth
er lining. A strong, cheap uiattiug is
also made for use in halls and offices in
stead of a carpet, and finally there is a
fine ar.d equally strong carpc*. made
suitable for publio halls, churches stair
ways and offices, and for all places where
a low priced, neat and very durable
floor oover is desired. The stairway of
the Orton llouse, the floor around the
billiard table of the Club, and many
other places in this city wl.erc the wear
and tear are great arc covered with this
■arpeting, and lu every case its condi-
I tiou is its recommendation. The ex
| eelleucc of this matting a. d carpeting,
I its durability, the low cost of the uiater
| ial, and the consequent low prices at
1 which the finished goods can be sold,
| will certainly, when the goods are intro
deced, create a demand that will change
Cronly from the petty mill village it now
is to o\>e of the large manufacturing
towns of the South.
1). S. P.
GUEKN FOOL) FOR HOGS.
There is a growing tendency to givo
hog* nioio greon food formerly
Because hogs are kept the pun, or
not given a wide lange, is r n reason why
they should not have plc.ity of gioeu
Iced. They can bo soiled as well as
catt'.e, aud will relish all kinds of green
h-ed I hat may be thrown to Jhem. l'ean
and oats, put in early, make aa excel
lent soiling orop for hogs, and are of the
right kind to put on muscle and promote
growth. Corn properly grown may fol
low these. But do not "drill it in or
plant thickly," as wo soe an exchange
recommends You want all tho sub
stanco in the stalks tnat can be got into
them, and the most is obtained by plan
ting tn thj usual way for a field crop.
The corn should riacb th« tuilk stage
before being fed to the bogs, as it then
has accumulated all the gums, sugars
and starches for the produtuon ot a full
crop of grain. By planting at differf.it
dates they may bo kopt in a full supply
vf green corn from the middle of Jul;
or first of August until froat oomer.
The same is true of peas and oats.—
,\a/. Livt Slock Journal.
Buffalo, N. Y., March 2.—Judge
Albion W. Tourgee is rtpot tod seriously
sick with pneumonia at bis home in
Mayvillc, Chautauqua county.
ASHES FOR TUB CLOVER
If good wood-ashes can be obtainod
for ton, fifteeu or twenty eetts per bush
el, aud the cartage will not much
increase the cost, top-dress the clover
grounds as soon as they will admit of
getting over them with the teutus. You
will not only be well paid in the in
creased growth of the clover this season,
but you will also bo sure to so • their
good effects in the corn and other crops
in the seasons following Ttiey aio a
kind of fertilizer which lasts and kc»ps
on working when the force of many
other kiuds is ►petit and of no more
avail a kind lhat don't need anv cer
tificates or bolst"ring testimonies Ash
es were good and in great request in the
days of our father's and grandfathers,
and we guess ever will be while tbo bus
iness of farming goes on. In some lo
calities tanbark ashes may be had at
small cost, and just as pood as the best,
so dnn't let at. opportunity slip of secur
ing tbem, though the ohronio objector
may be around, as is his wont, to under
value them. All plants and crops of
the farm need more or les potash for
theii successful development, and par
'icularly clover. Of this iajportant
principle or ajent, the chemist finds in
unleachcd ashes five or sis por cent, ; in
leached ashes one or two per cent. Con
sequently all the better if they can be
had before so uiueh potash lias been
extracted by tbo soap boiler. Hut even I
in the ashes left by him there is great
value : for independent of the remaiu
iug percentage of potash, there is still
pre.-ont phosphoric aci i, lime and mag
nesia. Then let the clover field have
all of this kind of fertilizer you can
procure, whether unleached or leached.
The hoavv windrows of good milk and
butter material 1.1 tbo coming Juuedays
will well repay your trouble.— American
TilK NATIONAL DRILL
The grand national drill to be lii id at
Washington next May will be perhaps
the largest gathering of "itizen soldiery
ever known. Not less than thirty and
possibly fifty thousand men will be pres
ent, representing every state aud many
of the territories. North Carolina will
be represented by the Fayetteville Light
lufantry, the Governor's Guards, of
Haleigh, and perhaps bv other com
mands, Infantry, cavalry, light and
heavy artillery, zouaves, aud machine
gun and cadet corps will all be present.
| The troops will be encamped around
| Washington's monument aud the canip
| will be known as "( amp ijeorge Wash
ington." The trictest military discip
line will prevail and competitive drills
of all kinds will be giveu, the money for
large prizes having been contributed by
the citizens of Washington. There will
be a grand review before the President,
the governors of all the states, and the
representatives of foreign nations. Un
doubtedly tho drill will one of the great
est events iu thu history of the Anieu
cau militia And it will be well worth
its cost The offecls upon tho militia
I present will be wonderfully go id and
these bodies will carry back and distrib
ute their states many of the lessons they
will learn and the influences promulgat
ed. The iurpotus that will be given to
public interest in the nrilitia will also
be good. It is to be hoped that this
encampment will bo followed by one
each year and for this purpose the feder
al government might well mike an ap
The onieu likes a compact soil. Dr.
Sturtevant, at tho N. Y. Kxperiment
Station, tried this exporiment: He
took a piece of ground and beat it down
with a beetle as bard as ho could. Then
he sottened it just euough to take in the
seed, and found that the ouions bottom
ed better thin tbey did with the soil
prepared in the ordinary way.—Kx.
Mrs. Druse, the murderess, was
hanged at Herkiuier, N. Y.« February
28. She ascended tho scaffold with a
firm stop and died without a struggle.
Her crime was ono of phenomenal airo
ci'y. She murdered her husband, and
then to conceal her crime cut his body
luto piecos and burned them in her
A fire at liUiubcrton,Hobinson county
on Sunday 13th, destroyed over sixty
storos and dwellings. Loss about slf>o
000. And a fire occurred at Wilson,
tho same morning, by whioli property
valued at sß,ool' was lost.
Fiom the Wilmington S'ar.
Virginia is be'ng classified as a
"doubtful" State iu 1888 by both Hides.
A colored wi»man at. Oxford Penn..
died on receiving a pension draft for
The Homoeratio party in Indiana is
reported to be in a rather disturbed
Fope Leo YIII has been suggested
as the Arbiter of difficulties in the Eas
It is believed in Washington tha
there is no truth in the rumor that Sec
retary Eadieott is to retire.
The Chinese Minister at Washington
recently sat for "his pictur," and wore
one million dollars worth of diamonds.
llubenstein's new opera entitled "Ne
ro," ha' had a great success in New
York. The scenic displays were su
Kx-Representative Morrison is out
of Congresi, after long service, "hon
est and poor." A nobie inouuiueut >n
The President has some new fishing
tackle. Ho may need them about the
time the National Convention meets in
Canada will miss the trade of Uncle
Sain. It is said that about $/,000,000
were spent each year for fish in Cana
Bulgaria aces the storm coming and
is preparing tor it by arming. Russian
agents are again reported as intriguing
in that oountry.
It is now quite easy to weld brass and
bronze as well as irou, tm, &c.,by elec
tricity, as we learn from a lecture by
Prof. Elihu Thompson.
What docs Senator Edmunds mean
by the Republicans nominating "a good
mau"? Docs he mean character or
availability ? If he means character
then John Sherman, Gen. Sherman,
l'lair and some others will have to take
Ah, ah! just at we thought. The
Republicans io the Fennsjlvania Legis
latnie have provided for Mr. Sam Ran
dall. They have decided to give him a
District. Judge (volley knew what was
best f.r the Republicans and Sam will
be takcu cats of.
Cardm.il Jacnb.na, a prominent mem
ber of the Catholic Church, died in
The snow wus over 2 feet deep at
Ellsworth, Wis. March 2 where it had
uot drifted, says the Herald.
Patti is to appear in New york and
Boston in opera next April, which will
be her genuine farewell to America.
A cyclone at llatenton, Ga., Februa
ry 20, wrecked the academy and many
residences wore badly damaged.
A great comet is expected soon by
the astronomer?. It will bo very brill
iant and visible untll}10:30 I'. M.
A successful test of heating cars with
steam from the locomotive has been
mado on the Milwaukee and St. Paul
The sales of leaf tobacco at Danvilla
for the last quarter uggtegatvd over four
million pounds, which was sold for an
average price of $*.39 per hundred
Detective James M. Slicphard, .of
Buffalo, N. Y., was killed by the blow
ing down of a frame h«uso, and a black -
smith was killed at Macon, Ga., by his
shop falling on him during the windy
day, Sundaj February 27.
The tracking seasou in eastern North
Carolina is reported to be 20 days ahead
of last season. PcasaroG inches high,
potatoes up, cabbage will be cut and
shipped this month, and bents and other
early vegeiablos are well advanced.
Brunsahweig aud Sclienck, the New
York anarchists imprisoned with Jolm
Most on Black well's Island, have been
released, their terms ot imprisonment of
9 mouths each having expired. The
anareliist» generally throughout the city
celebrated the event.
Kx policeman William J. O'Rourke,
who was conviotod on Friday night at
New York of murder in the second de
gie-s in the killii'g of Roundsman Rob
ert A. Mongmiery on Janury 8, has
beeu sentenced to ->tat« prison for the
term of his uaturul hfe by Recorder
Siryth in the court of geucial sessions.
We, the undersigned oitizons of the
different counties mentioned below, have
lntvu each purchased "IloilE COMFOIIT"
Wrought Iron CookingJßanges of the
Wrought I run Range Co., of St. Louis,
Mo., who li.'tve established Iwadquarters
for a branch of their business at Dur
ham, N. C., for the puipose of canvass
ing this section of country by means of
wagono. Our transactions with them
have becu pleasant and satisfactory, und
we find thorn to be prompt and reliable
b'lsiuess men, who havo dealings with
the best people atdy where tboy,go. W.f
have been using one of their famous
"Home Comfort." Ranges a sufficient
length of time to proclaim for them more
merit than anything of the kind that wo
have ever used, or seen They posses*
all of the requisitios of u good durable
cooking apparatus, and we can safely
say as to good baking qualities and
ejonomy of fuel they wil' prjvo perfectly
satisfactory to tho most skeptical.
In conclusion we will say to the citi
zens of other suctions who may bave an
opportunity to purchase, we would not
take price paid and use tho
Cast Iron Stove again, as we think
Ranges better and more economical to
use in every respect.
W II Woods, A A Sears,
it II Atwuter, Wm Y Clark,
WII lUlluway, W J Fogue, Prop,
L T Puryoar, Claiborne hotel.
W T Redman, Jno A Cole,
Jno A Proctor, W A Garrett,
N Dawselt, J 11 Woods,
J J Aeook, J A lierry,
(1 Roberts,' S Slaggs,
J Parker, M Hull,
J Roberts, A J Hall,
.1 11 llallaway, W II Morris,
W 11 lierry.
QQAN VILLE COUNTY.
W 11 Hester, It 1* Akin,
T J Sim tli, J 0 Fleming,
It Curry, E L Hester,
S A Fleming, 'l' Jackson,
B 15 Hester, J 1' Hester,
W L Mitchell, J Mitchell,
C ALiiwrenco, D A Chupell,
W T Howard, Mrs M K Jeffroys,
Wl* Wagsiaff, Mrs S Bullock,
J llailey, W 11 Adcock,
A V l'earoo, E B Lawrence,
J D Manguin, Mrs M L Moss,
G Ji Alien, ji P lveath.
D \\ K Richmond, C O liriant,
W 11 Lynn, 0 \V Whitfield,
K S iSayues, E S Malono
Moore, J W Hicks, jr.
It B Hawkins, W 11 Long,
J O Bradihaw, II J \Vinstead,
Alex bitfield, J P Long,
K \ Brooks, J T Jones,
E Gates, C G It cade,
\V L Lawson, W Laws,
\V Allen, J R Iteade,
J L Clayton, J P Pingent,
J L Garratt, \V F Iteade,
1) C Cozart, 6 S Moore.
IF J Gray, II Blalock,
K Berry, B 0 Walters,
II T Tilley, J T IJM n on,
11 V Hatnes, Win 1) Woods,
K A Dickson, Mrs Ellen Lockhart,
S Jones, 1 Turner,
Jno G Shields, J T Hogan,
' Davis, 11 Oldham,
Mrs N M Cheek, J ji Check, J
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L C Purifoy, J 1' Mason,
.1 A liowland, It 11 Stubbing,
J X ltay, 11 IF CUrk.
Mrs K Pcuny, 8 8 Turner,
8 M Utley, T J Jones
S J Mitchell, S Crocker,
W 11 Heudc, G J Mitchenor,
Jno W Jewell, F 8 Ilogan,
1) J! Buffalo*, Wni Waits,i
W 0 Stnrdivunt, H Pool,
O 11 Page, A G Ferrells,
B F Lawrence, J„h u Vicker,
Alx Calelaugl., K M Perry,
W 1) Mav, 11 \V King,
\Y It Smith, W HPenington
| IV H King, IFui Medlin.
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11 0 Ferrcll, B M Thomas,
Win Johnson, W(i |,assiter,
Wtr (larri>, A C Moore,
T J Harrington, If L) Matthews,
1) I, Siediniin, Joseph Matthews,
K F CuL'land, ) A Hums,
Mrs EJ Harrington, J Tysou Jr.,
N M Runner, 0 8 Johnson,
(! W liar ington, II PC Burk,
B II J cues . J Wl'oa,
W A Itagland, J A I'ugh,
It \l (!arp, () H' Emerson,
Win Moore, Jr , J 0 Kirkman,
IV II Cross, N 11 Sanders,
J 11 Williams, (I M J)owd,
WA ll'llliauis, J A Dowd,
S I! flilsi.n, I) ])>wil,
J C Wilson, W II Check,
! I *1 Blount, Hob! Siudevant,
1 I) P Stediuun, R l'aucott.