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ALTON WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY JAN. 4, 1900. TELEGRAPH, TELBO«APH BUILDING, Con. THIRD AND PUBA Bra. KOR THE TELEGRAPH rbo following gentlemen are agents I the TELEGRAPH and are author- j to receive and receipt for sub Lotions or advertising: - C ' A.KI.KW. Kraiik T. Richardson and Miss ,,,, u , ,.„ Ferguson, both of East A1- ',„, were licensed to marry Tuesday ,'tH'iioon. \l,. s , Charles Heinrieh, mother of , s Vleorge Welch of this city, died flidiienl.v n't lu-r home in Kdwurdsville Tuesday•flu- Hoard of Education decided )(| 4evening to set Monday, January ", ls the dute for opening the new I/well school. ion ({one to George Hess has given up his posi- " Vyss' Drug store and has Lincoln, 111. He has been by August Barth. Patrick Muguire, secretary of No. l.'i, W. C. U., has received $2.000 from the Supreme Financial Secretary of the W. C. U. for the (araily of Patrick Foer. The owners of the slot machines have been shipping the outlawed machines out of the city. Four of them which have been'In biding were sent out by express this morning. Robin Hood camp of Modern Woodmen and Marguerite camp of Royal Neighbors are arranging to have a joint installation of officers on Wednesday evening January 10. Mayor Young is receiving many letters from would-be representatives of the city as commissioners in approving the water works. Applications for appointment come in almost every mail. Rev. Thomas Gordon, D. D.. of Washington, D. C.. who has been spending the holidays at Find ley, O., has been quite ill -there. The last word received in Alton from him is thiit he is improving. James Powrie, the veteran light-tender of the government on "Scotch Jimmy's Island," was brought down from his island home this morning to be taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lewis Young. The St. Louis druggists bowling elnb will come to Alton Saturday evening to bowl a match game with the Olympias. The, St. Louis team have a high record having made an average of 50 iu recant games. Charles Green, the West Alton young man who stole $83 from Wm. Snyder on the ferryboat Alton!an, was released from custody yesterday. Greon'.s relatives came to his aid and made good Mr. Snyder's loss. William J. Bryan was a guest of honor at Monticello Seminary Monday, where he spent New Year's Day »'ith his daughter, who is attending Monticello. Mr. Bryan, with his daughter, passad through Alton on their way to St. Louis this morning. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Y. M L ; . A. kept open house Monday after noon in the Y. M. C. A. parlors and served refreshments to their guests There were a large number of callers during ths afternoon and the hour.' »'we pleasantly passed. Literary programs were given by the young people's societies of the variou churches. Hev. Dr. A. T. Wolff, formerly of Alton, but now of Sioux Falls, S. D.. on ('hristnitts morning found in his stocking four calls from as many churches: Chillicothe, Mo., Holton and Atchison, Kans., and York, Neb He will quite likely accept the call from the later church. It has a tine church building and a membership of 400. W. K. Buckmaster, of the Pacific, H. H. Bartol, of the American, and U. H. dough, of the Unitad States f oute agents for their respective ex •ompanies, are at the Madison ' three officers are here on account ilu- change in the local agencies [tin reported today on good authority 'nit tho Pacillc Express (.'o. will entei 'to a joint agency with the United 'States Company within a few days. '''in- village of Upper Alton has "'veil a Urn days notice on President H- F. Porter to comply with the villag Iwiliiiiinees with reference to raising I'tTossiiiM to tlai street cur tracks urn . l"it in additional lights in the vil- |'Ut!e at no extra expense to the village, I'I'll" village board threatens to insti- ••iiit to revoke the franchise ol |tin- street cur company unless the no. llt ''' i* complied with. 'Mr. Porter re- I fused to nccedo to tho demands of tin [;l)nunl several weeks ago. School Seat* for Sale. bids will be received by I hi • - -..iied up to noon, Jumiurv 11, | "ir ILK double seats. Same mav IK ''•'•'i in High School building. li'y < ''•i' "f the Committee on Supplies', etc. GKU. EMKUY, Secretary of Board. Miss Jennie Watson entertained a party of friends at cards Tuesday eve. at her home In Upper Alton. Euchre was the game und prizes were offered. The lirst pri/es were taken by Miss Cloise Burnap and Mr. Robert Forsythe of St. Louis: flic lone-hand prize vas taken by Miss Matlie (!ray. Miss Wal.Hon will leave for .fotiesboro, '\rk.. tomorrow to spend the winter. Mrs. Anna Miller, the mother of Se- mstinn Miller, will be taken to the insane asylum at Anna tomorrow, by >rdcr of the County Court. Mrs. Miller came from Germany less than >ne year ago to make her home with ler sons. From home-sickness she iroodod until she lost her reason, and lecame so badly affected that her re- noval to an institution for the insane leeame imperative. Her case is a very sad one and her family has the sympathy of every one. The Maennerehor helditsNewYear's ?ve celebration at Turner Hall Sun- lay evening and the celebration was jne of the most successful of all the nany delightful events that havemade ihe old Turner Hall known as a place jf music and mirth. An opera. "The Thirteenth," was rendered under the direction of Mr. R. ^Gossrau. Miss Sophie Tonsor and Mr. John Kremer took the leading roles and their rendition of their parts was meritorious of praise. The attendance was large and a very pleasant evening was passed. Supper was served. The Bluf) Line construction crew which was putting in, across the county road, a connection w i t h the new side track built over the old box factory tract was compelled to stop work this morning. A dispute With reference to some guy- poles belonging to Mr. H. Watson caused Mr. Watson to make make complaint to Mayor Young that the Bluff Line was about to lay its track on a part of the road where it had no franchise. Mayor Young investigated the matter and no more work will be permitted until the proper legal steps have been taken. The annual roll-call "of the Cumberland Presbyterian church took place Monday eve. in the church. One^of the interesting features was presentation of a handsome side-board to the pastor and his wife. Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Kelso. The presentation speech was made by Mr. Gottlob Warner. Supper was served by the ladies in the church parlors and nearly all the members of the church sat down at the tables to supper. The roll-call and reports of officers followed. The reports showed all the church societies to be in first class financial condition and much better off than, ever before in their history. Census Enumerators. The Republican Executive Commit tse of Madison county meets in Kd- wardsville Saturday to consult as to recommending applicants for the census enumerators in this county. The Central coramitteemeii are also invited to attend. Senator Brenholl h asked the advice of the committee u.s to the recommendations to be made. Cumberland Presbyterian improvements At the Cumberland Presbyterian roll-call last evening Rev. A. H. Kelso announced that work will be resumed nt once on making arrangements for remodeling the church building. Subscriptions have also been taken for a parsonage ami enough money has been subscribed U. purchase a site. The improvements have been kept in abeyance durin the preparations for the holidays. Appointed Receiver. Clurl-'s H. Chappel of Chicago late of the Alton and James Hopkins of St Louis were yesterday appoined re ceivers of the Omaha and St. Louis Railroad Company. The Omaha Kansas City and Eastern Railroac Company and the Kansas City and Northern Connecting Railroad Company by Judge Amos Thayer of the United States Circuit Court of the Eighth Circuit. Elected a New Treasurer. Tho Board of Education elected C. F. Stel/.el treasurer of the board at the meeting last evening. Mr. Stel/.el is cashier of the Citizen's National Bank. He was elected unanimously to succeed Mr. Geo. H. Smiley, who has been treasurer for a number of terms. Mr. Smiley was away from the city when |the new Board of Education was organi/.ed, and was allowed to hold over to the present time. The treasurer has custody of all the school funds. Township Collectpr files Ills itond Township Collector II. K. Cramer today Hied his bond mid qualified before Supervisor Elide. The bond is for *1II,"),(KM1. double tho amount collected in Alton township, and is signed by eleven sureties whose aggregate worth is estimated at WilO.DiX). The sureties are II. I-'. Crumer. S, II. W.VKS, .lohn l'\ McGinuis. L. Pfciffen- Iw-rger, II. Itrueggemann, A. Keck, D. Ryan, .lohn Hituer, Anton Kremer, U'ilhel'in N'et/.litimmer. Mr. Cramer said he has appointed Mr. (ieorge Gray his as»isnini. and will have the books tomorrow. He will be ready to receive taxes about January !•'>• Thc. towiishlp collector'* ""Ice "ill be. in tho ollice of the city clerk. THE W4TEU TIMED IN. ;hlcago River water and Sewage Now on Its Way to the Mississippi'. CiiirAuo. January 2.•••The water rotn the Chicago • river was today urned into the drainage canal. The was broken about 11 o'clock. There were no formalities. Only a few 'sons besides Hi'' drainage trustees vere present. It was purposely kept |iiiet so as to prevent injunctions o stop the action of the trustees, as lovcrnor Tanner und the State Com- iiissioners had not given theiruonsent. t is stated that the drainage Trustees vere given to understand that the State ('ommissioners would not Inter- 'ere, and so at 11 o'clock a. m. the >arth separating the ditch from the •ive.r was blown out with dynamite. iVtlirst only a small murky stream was .urned in,butlateraltti'ge steam dredge vas employed, and a stream estimated o run HO,000 cnbic feet per minute, vas running into the canal: later it A'as raised to !)0,(MM) cubic feet. About -omorrow at noon the water is exacted to reach Loekport. and about our days from the time the How began, according to the estimate of the jhief engineer, the canal will be full, and the witter will begin running over the sill of the controlling gates to Loekport. twenty-eight miles from Chicago. There it will fall into the Desplaines river, and then into the Illinois and Mississippi rivers, and so linally Lake Michigan will connect with the Gulf of Mexico. A Bad Runaway. What might have been a very serious runaway occurred near the C., B. & Q., station in Upper Alton New Year's day afternoon. A horse attached to the milk wagon of William Roberts started to run away on the road leading to the depot and became so wild the boys who were in the wagon, a son of S. H. Culp and a nephew of Mr. Roberts, Alvin Deen, could not control it. The horse dashed down therroad and the Deen boy- jumped from the wagon, but the door slammed shut after him. penning the Culp boy in. The Culp boy was badly cut about the forhead and was severely bruised. His father, S. H. Culp, was standing near when the runaway occurred, and saw his son thrown out when the final crash came, but did not know it was his son. The horse freed itself from the wagon, and running to the river bank frantically leaped into Wood river, fifteen feet below. The river was covered with ice and the horse broke through, sinking in the freezing water until only his nose was above the surface. The animal with almost human instinct kept its nose above the water until ropes were procured and fastened about its body. Then the shivering creature was dragged from the water. Mayor Younq Caned. Mayor Anthony W. Young was surprised Sunday evening by the presentation of a handsome cane to him by the members of the police force. The c^ane is of ebony with a gold head. On the gold part is inscribed the fact that it was presented to the mayor by thi officers of the police force us u New Year's gift. Whief of Police Volbracht had been selected to make the presentation speech. The mayor was summoned to the police station by n telephone message that he was needei; there at once. The surprise was complete and the mayor could scarcely collect presence of mind to make a response. The cane is a heavy one and was selected to be of service to thi mayor at times when he suffers will h]s affliction, rheumatism. It is ii every way a beauty, and shows the appreciation in which Mr. Young is held by the officials of the police force New American Express Office. The American Express Co. estab lished an independent agency in Alton January 1 and Joseph Hartmann was appointed agent. Route Agent Bar tol came to Alton Monday to make thi transfer from the joint agency will the United States Express Co., and tc check out T. W. Radcliff. Josepl Hartmann was brought from Muncie Ind., to take charge of the. ollice urn was checked in at the new quarters it the Dolbee building on State street The new American agent was in the employ of the American Express Co at Alton until a few years ago and his friends are glad to see him back. How She yuiereu mm. A wife in Vienna, 111., tells of hei successful efforts in.hchalf of household ijuiet. "My husband eume in drunk thi night before and abused me." shi said. "I was going to call in tin Marshal and have him arrested, but he promised to be ijuiel, and so 1 put him to bed. The next morning he began to abuse me iign ill. so 1 Mucked his eye for him." Muscular women would, no doubt, in a short time put iin end to wife-beating and driinki n Serious Tire Narrowly Averted An accident to the stove in the ready- lo-\\cur department of II. !•'. I.ehneV store, today, nciirl.v caused n destructive lire. It was, however, discovered ill time to save from Humes, but tin Kto.ik was considerably damaged by soot and smoke. WATER PIUO WAS fROZEN. flrcmeij Had to Stand Ihip'euly By Watchlnfl James Coleman's House goto Destruction. 4 'ro/en water plugs e.uused the destruction of the seven-room frame Iwelling of James Colemiin on Sum- nit street Tuesday it. m. A fire alarm vas turned in at 10 o'clock arid the ireiuen made good time to the lire, nit the water plugs were fro/en, and t was fifty minutes before a feeble ill-earn was procured from the plug at State and Ppospect street. Kill.') eel, distant. When the plug it Summit and Prospect was found to . frozen the hose was taken to Bond and Prospect. This plug WHS fro/en also and both were broken in attempts of the firemen to secure a stream. A ,rip to the hose house for more hose ivas made and an attachment was nade with the plug at State street. In the meantime the building was >eing destroyed and but one article of urniture was saved. The insurance vas$l,:iOOon the house and furniture ieh will cover the loss. Mrs. Toohey, of Bond street, treated the firemen to hot coffee. Wellesley Teachers' Recital. The lirst day in 1!WO was signalized by a very delightful recital at the liome of Miss Randall on Henry street. About ")0 guests wire present and lii-t- ened with unflagging pleasure to the following program: Prelude and Fugue, D major. Pastoral Sonata, Beethoven, Allegro, Andante, Scherzo and Trio; Rondo. (a) The Runaway Boy, Riley: (h) Seein' Things. Field: (c.) When the World Bu'sts Through, Riley. (a) Einsamer Wanderer, Greig: (b) Prelude, B minor, Chopin: (c) From an Indian Lodge, McDowell; (d) Romance, K flat major, Rubinstein: (e) Presto, F sharp minor; Mendelssohn. Her First Appearance. Richard Harding Davis. ' Sonata, opus 7, E minor, Greig. Alton is fortunate in that it possesses an excellent corps of music teachers, and Miss Randall has shown her ability as a teacher in the pupil' recitals given at intervals since her work began. Sometimes good teachers are not good pianists, and some good pianists lack the ability to teach, but Miss Randall happily combines artistic proficiency with successful teaching. All of her numbers were played from memory, and the Pastoral Sonata itself is a tremendous test of memory, in the five movements given Miss Rand fill's technical work is very- clear and crisp, and her shading of tone and interpretations are always good and full of feeling. The brochure groupe indicated by a, b, c, d and e, was as charming as a series of delightful water color pictures. While the Grieg, Beethoven and BacH'numbers were trials of ability to which the artist responded most satisfactorily. Miss Holden's work was also very good indeed. Especially enjoyable were the. Riley and Field bits of verse. These were rendered in an unaffeetec and natural way which should be the acme of all readers. Miss Holden shows good talent and will undoubtedly attain a high place in the profession which she has chosen. The River Closed With Ice. The river gorged with ice early Sunday morning at the bridge and on the sandbar opposite the crusher. The two gorges must have formed .at about the same time, as an open space was left in front of the city that protects the boats in the harbor from being nipped in the crush of ice-Hoes. The gorge at the bridge was formed by large Hoes of ice lodging against the piers and forming a natural bridge The open space extends from the foot of Alby street to the crusher, where the second gorge is formed by the ice floes lodging on the sandbar on the Missouri side and the jutting point o rock on the Illinois side. The nutura bridge became solid enough Sunday night to safely bear up pedestrians Monday, and a small number crossed on the ice. New Year's Day Observance In the Churches New Year's day was generally observed both before und after its ad vent by special services in the church es. In the Catholic churches early mass was celebrated in commemoration of the beginning of the holy year In the First Methodist church and the Washington street church watel services were held and the Presbyterian Y. P. S. C. E. also held u meeting until midnight, The Cherry street Chiipol celebrated the silver anniversary of its founding Sunday with u special sermon In the morning by the pastor, Rev. M. Jameson. In the evening services were held und there was u good attendance. Watch meetings were held in the Evangelical and German M.jK. churches, Sunday night. far Sale. A Fr»/.!<?r cart Apply (o i>r. i,.V. Koht'flHler, Alton, 111. ST. l-ons, MIL, Dec. 21, IMHI. The annual Meeting of the stockholders of Scntim-l Mining Compuny will he held III the hold ill Cpper Alton, Illinois, on Sutiirdiiy .Inn. d, I'. III 2 o'clock p. III., for the pur|io.-,e ol electing seven directors to serve I'm the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may Come before »llid meeting. A, H. Ffi.i.KH, Secretary. CUT PRICES Qjy Ladies'. Misses' and Children's Jackets, Ladies' Plush, Boucle and Cloth Capes, Fur Collarettes and Scarfs, Our ledia!'lone are made from the regular prirps. and m>r from high imaginary va'iies. Call and aee what we can do for you bt-foio buying el e where. H. F. LEHNE, BLUFF LINE SUPERINTENDENT HERE. :ame to Alton to Settle the Dlnpute lietwc(n the Bluff Line and R. Walton. Superintendent C. Millurd, of tic Bluf)' Line, (-111111' to Alton in his spt- ial ear .vested ay morning und bus been lere till day looking into the rouble between his railroad and Mr. Henry Watson, also inspecting the improvements thut are being made here. Mr. Miliard said today that the Bluff Line main tracks which now follow a serpentine route from the depot to the western city limits, are to be straightened out and will be laid on the south side of the county road on an embankment now being built to follow the river line. The county road will be vacated and left on the north side of the railroad. Mr. Miliard said he would allow no dispute with Mr. Watson but will readily agree to pay for the removal of the guy poles that were the cause of contention. He said that the Bluff Line had no intention oi causing trouble and disclaimed any purpose of using the county road. Mayor Young has investigated the franchise of the Bluff Line along the county road and linds there is none in existence as the original franchise expired January 1, 1889. when the Bluff Line failed to avail itself but instead had taken possession of the C'. & A tracks, which it had bought. Mayoi Young also expressed the opinion that the Bluff Line has no franchise on Alton's levee, as all its rights in the city were vested in the Alton Terminal Company, and on condition that the Alton Terminal Company and the St. Louis, Alton and Springfield Company should be amalgamated at a fixed time. The mayor also said this afternoon that he will not allow the Bluff Line to use the county road if the property owners along there object. New Warehouse and Office. Architect Pfeiffenberger iscalling foi bids up to January 10, for the erection of a new warehouse and office for Beal Bros., for their new plant, at the Garstang foundry location. The new building will be erected on the east side of the present structure. It wil be of frame and will be 00x120 feet. It will contain a handsome office for the firm. A roadway \'2 feet wide wil separate the new from the present buildings. On this roadway will be a railway switch for loading and unloading cars. The warehouse will bi most conveniently arranged not only for storing goods but for shipping purposes The Beall's will put in an electric light plant for their own use, whicl will generate electricity by power fron the engines running the machinery. The machinery from the old shops is being rapidly removed to the new By February 1 the Beull Bros, ph n will be in full operation iiguin. will greatly enlarged facilities und in. provements generally. A New Invention by C. f. Sparks). Mr. Charles F. Sparks is building a bag cutting machine at the shops o tho George D. Hayden Machine Com puny, which, it is said by the representatives of the Bemis Bros. Bag Company, of St. Louis, is the mosi ingenious contrivance that has beet; invented for the purpose. The doll: for bags is cut with a band knife tha 1 is actuated by an endless chain am the bugs are cut und folded ready foi sewing at the rate of forty to sixty i minute. At present bugs are cut by hand at a much less rate of speed am must be folded after being cut. Mr. Sparks applied for a patent a few days ago and will no doubt receiv. one. A representative of the Hcmis Bros. Bug Co. bus seen a working mode) of the machine and pronounces it a wonderful invention. An ordei for several of them were placed ut once und the llrsl one is now in un uil- vunccd stute ol completion. Nothing like the machine ha-, been Imilt ninl there is jin extensive market for Ihei Mile. Water Works Committee Mi-ding. Mdycr Y'diii.-.' has I'.'illeii ;i meet in; id the wiiti'i- work-; commillce ol ih City I'ouhcil and wuler \snrk-, ('>nn minion, uppointi d hy the mayor this evening. ID eoufer ;i-, !i plans for purch!t-,injj' the water uork- The wnter \\ork« eoinmiltee j» eoin posed of''. II. Vugcr, elinii'iiKin. (ieo Davis and A. L. Daniels. LOST HEM TROUSSEAU. Mrs. Leigh Wyman't Trunk Burned In a Ba<gage Car and all Her Clothe« Destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. Tjeigh Wyman who :eft Alton last Thursday for their ionic in Joplin, Mo., are mourning the loss by fire of a large Saratoga trunk which contained the trouseau of Mrs. Wyman, Mr. Wyman's clothes and valuables aggregating $1,500. The trunk with its contents was consumed in a baggage car on the Frisco railroad which was destroyed by lire near Springfield, Mo., last Friday. In some unexplained way the baggaga car caught fire and could not be saved. In the trunk of Mrs, Wyman was all of her clothing except what she had on and her wedding gown, which she left at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Clapp, in this city. Mrs. Wyman writes her parents of the, unfortunate destruction of her clothing and of some of Mr. Wyman's clothes, including a $100 suit and some jewelry and silverware. An itemized list of the destroyed property has been made out and aggregates in value $1,000. _ Personal. Mrs. A. W. Young is confined to her home by illness. Mrs. George A. Bayle, of St. Louis, is visiting friends in this city. Capt. Henry Leyhe has gone to Pa« ducah. Ky., on a business trip. Mr. Walton Childs of Carlinville, spent Sunday here visiting friends. Mrs. A. M. Perrin, of Evanston, is visiting Mrs. James Hanna, of Middletown. Clifford Coyle left for lthuc-u, N. Y. Sunday night to resume his studies at Cornell. Miss Bessie Powers returned to Lebanon Tuesday,aftervisiting Miss Beatrice Ferguson. Miss Kathryn Dickinson has returned from Minneapolis, where she has been spending the holidays. Mrs. Frank Embly left for her home in McLean Tuesday, after visiting her mother, Mrs. Harville. Mr. Isaac Rhoads, of Mankato, Minn., is visiting his brother. Rev., Win. Rhoads, in Upper Alton. Rev. Win. Rhoads, of Upper Alton, is conducting a successful series of revival services near Carrollton. Captain Wm. Leyhe has returned from Chicago, where he spent ten days with his daughter, Mrs. Fred. Hell. Mrs. L. 10. Yager returned to Chicago, this morning, after visiting at the home of Mr. .1. H. Yager for one week. Misses Mary Scott and Emily Ware returned to .lerseyville, today, after visiting Miss Edith Rue for n few days. Cupt Wm. Ash lock had as a guest this morning his cousin, Geo. Linder, of Greenville, whom he had not seen in -lit years. Herbert llutledge and Thomas Wead left for Culver, ind., Tuesday to resume their studies at the Military Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gillbam,who are living in California, are rejoicing over the advent of a daughter at their home one week ago. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Baker have returned from Newton, Muss. Miss Ida Leyhe is remaining there U) visit her cousin, Mrs. Will Ferris. Dr. Peter YV. Beckman left for Baltimore, Md., Sunday evening, where, he will attend .Johns Hopkins University to take a post graduate course. farmers' Mutual Meeting. The animal meeting of the Northwestern Mutual Fire Insurance Company, belter kpo'i'ii as the Farmers' Mutual, ii < i'i if rev, Fosterburg, Woodrivcr. ">!or.> and Fort Kussel townships. v> i . In-Ill at the town hall in Upper A lto,i Tuesday. .1. K. Kel- scy. of lietlin.M. WHS chosen chairman. The seer tury, A. II. Hustings, submitted his report, .showing ">H| policies in force, representing property insured lor *SS:!,(lllU.;!."i, secured by $'!.'!, l.'ill in premium note.-,. The treasurer'.-, report sho\\ed collections fur the vear amounting to i>2,7.Vi.Iii 1 and *2.iH>'.Ui| paid lor losses und cum nt CSIM ll-es. Tile follow ing .-.lockholdel H Hire t-li'i'led director-, for ihrei- >. i •;!/>; Kihvanl l!od;;ei-s, \Yoodrivcr: !•',. \V, I! icliinond, fort Ku-sel: /.. S. llursev. Morn. Alle- ill" policy holders' mi r! in 1 .. 1 . tin 1 lioard of IMivclors or- •;aiii/ed for the i iiMim-.- ynr liy eleel- iiiy as oilieer,-.: Col. A. K. Codgers, president: VV. If. < 'iirlw right, vice president: A. II. Huntings, secretary; L. S. Dorsey, treasurer.

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