The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, December 19, 1868, Image 4

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.Raligioisi badly , lifiiiallaneoui Nagar.
Thirea;la . • azu Pages: Commerei:2l, Allan-
WA Mercantile nd Bit:eV - Wass, Maikerls,
Importk fironth page : interestiitg Mad
ing Mat ter Amusement Mreetory.
GOLD closed In New York yesterday at
185 1851.
Tun vErimos z of a distingrdshed citizen of
Allegheny county, Hon. THOMAS MAR.
alux,L, lay our.columns this morning 'under
a heavy contribution. This public attesta
tion of their regard is equally honorable to
/ /them and the citizen whom they would ele.
/ vote to a position-of greht usefulness to his
State and country •
A Cortortussrotrar. Cozurrxer. have in-
Nestigated the allegttiona that corrupt
means were used to procure the passage of
the Alaska appropriation, the expense
therdof having been subsequently paid out'
of the; funds thus realized: The charges
are not =stared by the evidence, which
shows 'that the amount appropriated was
all paid to the Russian Minister, :excepting .
$28,000, .the Attorney's fee, to -Robert' .1.
*amen, who 'had been retained in behalf
of the Russian Goverument. And so evapor
ates the last Washington sensation., I
This result illustiates the extreme unreli
ability of the "special dispatches from the
Capital",whiek many journals regard as an
attractive feature iu . their columns, and
which have supplied the only authority fer
the suspicions in the present case.. It is also
worthy ofnot%that the t "special correspond
eitt's" indifference to the precise acts, in
any case, is impartially shown, no matter
wlust may be bis own official position:
For example, this investigation was under:
taken in Vim, of positive and specific
charges, appearing in . a -=Massachusetts
joturial;i edited by a. member of Congres
who was generally believed to know what he
was writing about. He turns out to be ne
more tratliftil or reliable than the rest" of his
non-official brethren of the curb-stone.
It was stated, In these columns, two or
three days ago that if the Pittsburgh and
Cohnellsville Railroad officers had exhibited
proper amounts of skill and enterprise, im
mediately tbllowbig the restoration of their
) charter:they might have formed as advonti;
geous connection with the Pittsburgh, Fort
Wayne and Chicago Railroad. Upon fal
ler thfornuidoit•we are satisfied that we were
mistaken,_ and that the connection was not
rude because of the other reason- to which
we also referred, which was that the Fort
Wayne' Managers were fearful of losing
their Philadelphia and New York connec
t tions if they, entered into the arrangement
with the bonnellsVille, which was promptly
and earnestly pressed upon them.
We understand; farther, that the Con;
nellEville Company is tuakirig the experi
mental surveys to which we have alluded
'with a view to ultimate necessities, indeed,
but with the hope, that their slow freight
only will have to take the route which may
be disclosed by those examinations, while
their through passenger and swift freight
may be allowed a channel from their Depot
on the , Monongahela front, through the
city, over to the Allegheny side, taking con
nections as may be established.
The preference of the Company is to have
certain streets spigned for, its use, to this
end, or to have a certain number of streets
net apart to be used, for connections, by all
the railway companies in common. Fail
ing to gain either of these points, it desires
to have an arrangement made wherebi it
limn be permitted to extend its road from
its Depotup to the mouth of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company's tunnel, and pass
ing through the tunnel, leave it on the other
side, going in front, of the Grain Elevator
and tapping the Fort . Wayne track just be
yond. The idea is not entertained that the
City Councils have 'power to 'compel an
arrangement, but that they could be inftuen
tial in bringing it" about. The right off,
the Pennsylvania • Company ; to control
the facilitfes It has paid for,with its own
money is recognized, and as broadly as we
stated it. But, an expectation is :indulged
in, that the<Councils might obtain the con
cession as an efitivalent for privileges to be
besiowedby theth, or, failing in this, would
deem it equitable to permit this independent
route across the city, which is the primary
object in view. ,
Now, it is clear that the claim of the Con
, nellsville Company to use the streets of , the
city is precisely as valid as that of the Penn
sylvania Company, or of Its own, when, it
originally came into the city along the
Monongahela front . But, it must be re:
membered that the city is no:longer what it
was 118 to -the magnitude of its business, and
that the xallwaye are no longer what they
were as an impediment to personal locomo
tion and needful wagon transportation be
tween the ; diferent quarters. -
What we aimed at in all that we have
vrritten r , on - Ohl subject was to daiimi
the streets as far as practicable from the ob:
stractions to , ordinary existing in them,
1)y reason of. the rallivaye, and at the same
time to have furnished to the milwaya( all
... •
needful and reasonable facilitiee for the
transaction of their affairs, and particularly.
sUch portions thereof as more immediately
, • _
concern our own people.
If the Councils hadnow for the first time
to deal with this question.of the railways in
streets, principles Might be generalized and
system deduced which would apply with
equal :stringency - or liberality to all. - Bot
the beginhing ia4u3t now. lt washing ago.
The various - railroads hays acquired differ
ent rights and necessities. Some - s - of them
are hitiarmony, and satuti;_of them in, an
tagonism, with each other, ticcording as their
interests coalesce or diverge. Attempts on
the part of . the Councils to Induce them to
.act together will not onlysil, but may be
productive, through the fresh...v:4ll2lBns en
gendeied, of still farther estrangement.
It seems tons, tierefore, tbet. each aPPll
cation for, the , privilege ntusing streets or of
having streets vacated, mist, be considered
and adjudged Independently; but with the
intention of serving an substantially alike,
proMoting the dispatch of all legitimate busi
ness transacted by the railways, but at the
same time guarding as vigilantly as is prac
tidable the rights of the citizens to the ,un
hindered occupancy of the highways.. What
vier feuds or rivalries are Or may be in
dulged in by the companies ought not to be _
cotraisingia or abetted by the authorities:
Th hai need of the railways now en
tering in it, and of more besides. Each one
of them is a source of
_prosperity to oni in
hUbitants, and ought to be dealt with as a
friend and helper. In furnishing the roil
way companies all reasonable facilities for
doing business well and expeditiously, the
City only aceommodates and enriches itself.
The railways are the great arteries of the
modern commercial system, distributing
life and health throughout all the members.
But there are concessions which ''ought
not to be made to railway incorporations.
Whatever privileges are conceded diem
within the city limits ought to be in due sub
mdination to the interests and convenience
of the Inhabitants in other particulars.
_ln special, we abide by the opinion, here
lofore reiterated, that , instead of having
more streets occupied by the railroads, there
ought to be less. • ,
Hu. Surimin has-presented to ,the Sen.
ate an "Omnibus" railway bill, chartering
four different companies for as many roads,
one -extending North to Harrisburg, one
Southward into Virginia, and the other two
to points on the Chesapeake Bay. Among the
coxporators named for the first project are
WOOD and J. P. Vi arms, of this State.
The"Monongshela Republican remarks,
upon the provision made by the Baltimore
and Connellsville companies, to secure their
Western connections, that the former com
pany owns the Western end of the Hemp
geld road, and that the Connellsville com
pany are •now empowered by law to con
struct branches. This makes it certain that;
at the proper time, a branch from the Con
nellsville, at Bast Liberty, will strike the
Hempfleld at Washington, a distance of
thirty-seien miles, thus securing by way of
Wheeling the desired connection westward.
The friends of the .Monongahela Valley
Railroad are also actively at work to get their
enterprise on a promising footing, ready
for the stockholders', meeting in January:
They are now moving to secure Bich in
fluence as shall commit members of Con
gress from the two States in ihvor of a
grant of public lands, In aid of their en
U. S. Senator=lp,
We are requested to statethat at a meet
ing of the County Executive Committee of
Venango county, Pa., held in ,the city of
Franklin; Deoember 16, 1868, the following
resolutions were adopted:.
Resolved, That in view Of the active and
efficient services rendered the Republican
party by the Hon.-Thomas H. Maishall, of
Pittsburgh, we recognize no one as having
higher claims to our support for , the office
.f United States Senator.
Resolved, That Allegheny, the Banner
County of the Nation, justly deserves the
honor of naming the man. who shall fill that
office, and in the Hon. Thomas M. Marshall
she w ill present a worthy and able candi
date. • And that the Republicans of Venan
go county will hail his election as a just
tribute to merit and talent of the highest
Resolved, That we urge our Repreeenta
tives at Harrisburg to carry out the wishes
expressed in the above resolutions, and to
use all honorable means to secure the elect
tion of Hon. Thomas M. Marshall.
By the Executive County Committee. •
A. MoDowELL, Chairman.
CHURCH, (Railroad Street, near Depot,)
NISEI Bnicarrcrir. Pa: S. F,CROWTHER. Pastor.
Preaching EVERY SABBATH, at 1.0% A. It. and 7
P. at. -Ptiblie cordially Invited.
OF 'PITTSBURGH, W. S. Gray, Pastor,
meets . statedly in NEVILLE HALL, corner of Lin
ed" end Fourth streets. Services every Lord's Day
at 0% A, it. 'and 7% r. "The public are cordially
- CHURCH, ALLEGHENY.—The Pastorate
of this Church Is tow tilled by the appointment of
H. E. KNIGHT, formerly of Cleveland, Ohio.
Preaching ITIZET SABBATH, at 10% A. H and 7%
P..Y. Lecture on Wednesday Evening, and GetserM
Prayer Meeting on Friday Evening.
EVERY SUNDAY - at 1011 A. N. and 7r. m. Preach
ing by Eev.' - .A..,ROBSERNIAN. Subject for to•mor
row morning, 'THE 0 W ElrOF •rHer lib
Evening, "FOUR THINGS." Beats free and a
welcome to all.
OBITECH, Firm A:mama, between Smith
field. and Want streets, ALEX. CLARK, Pastor.
Preaching KVEn7 SAII4ATII, at 10.30 a. w. and
7.30 P. R. 'Free seats and welcome to all. Sunday
bctiool at 9 A. N. and 1.49 P. g,.
httactC7 of eermon Pabbath evening, December
&aver street and Ideateomeu ave.•ue,Allegheny.
tanner the auspices of the You NG. WIEN , m
'Pastor, JOSEPH SING. will preach a sermon to
o'clock. Seats free, and all are Invited.
• on the bill portion of Allrgbenv city are re
guested to meet at the SCHOOL 'HOUSE. at/joining
the_place of W. W. McClintock, on BA.TuaDay
EI,NING, December 11.9 th, to tahe into consider
ation the Sewer Tax. denlibsi
MOTICE.—To all Persons En
.gaired In Hauling or Wheeling, Robblib or
Allies:• You are hereby notified not CO place any
rtibbish or ashes on the wharf. All rubbish er ashes
must be taken to the Point. Any ;person caught vl•
,olating the above notice will be dealt with to the
fullest extent of the
Allegheny Wharf Hover.
ero LET—Two mast Convenient
HOUSES—On with eight rooms and the other
eleven, on Zip tk etre.t n-ar Penn, opposite Christ
Chards: Inquire at 277 Penn street.
iITISBERGH, Decimber 18, 1868..
SlR:—The undersigned,' your 'associates at the
Pittsburgh: Bar, members of the RepebUcsn
marty, appreciating your Veiny to its prism'.
'pies and your faithful, unselfi.h and urinous servi
ces in its behalf. as well in the canvass just coccus
fully closed as in all preceding oaes since the or
ganization of our great party; and believing that
no better or abler exponent of progressive repub-
Mantua can be, found, do cordially ariol .. earnestly
call upon you to permit your name to be used by
your friends of Allegheny county and throughout
the State of Pennsylvania for the position of United
States Senator. We ask this of you, knowing that
you are the choice for that position of not only the
Rogablicans of our "Banner County," but .of
the Republican masses of,V'estern Pennsylvania.
Sonnet A. Persian's, A. M. Brown. .. 1
J. W.F. W boa, M. uwartzweldey; ,‘ f
B. P. Lucas, Leal Bird Duff, . •
A. M„ Watson, B. Biddle Roberta,
John G. MacConneU, James Veech, -
Thomas Ewing, T. J. Bighorn, -.
,David W. Bell, 8. H. Geyer,
J. S. Morrison. P. C. Shannon, • , _
J. W. Hall. F. H. Ceillier,
Robert Pollock, , , Algernon B. Bell. ,
B. P. Mueller. •• ' --• TSt. BaYne,l t
N. P. Fettennati, W. B. ' oak,
Hans B: Herron, • A. L. Pearson.
W. Owens. Jr.. Robert Robb,
J. J. Siebenick, John Barton,
George Shiro., Jr„ ArcaMald Blakely,
Williamßla#ely; Eb. Wialatrus, Jr.,
R. B. Parkinson, Joseph Forsythe,
J. B. Flocs, R. J. Powers,
W. A. Leggat, . - E. P. Jones, • • : ,
0. 5. Fetterman. ' H.. C Mariam%
A. 0. Patterson, John S. Losable, •
W. E. Jennings, J. H. Miller,
-Thomas S. Sigemw. Thomas B. Hamilton,
Thomas MacCbunell, W. W. Thomson,
Charms C. Taylor, A. G. Lucas,
Stephen Woods, James M. Stoner,
John G. Bryant, T. Raird.Patteraon,
NV. B. Rogers,• • Wok F. Graham,
Samuel P. Fulton, • • Robert E. Stewart,
John S. Ferguson, Waiter F. Austin, -
Samuel C. Schoyer, • C. Snively, ,
ff.-T. Crummy, L. P. Stone,
John H. Glens, C. B. Ammond,
Robert Woods, It. G. Kirkpatrick,
James W. Murray, S. A. Johnston,
J. B. McKelvy, . W. A. Shinn,
H. A. Collier, - . Wm. F: Robb, '
Josiah Cohen. 0. T Ewing: ' -
A, B. Hay,
W. P. Miller.
B, B: W. Gill, James?. Johnston,
Eugene Snowden, Nathaniel Nelson,
F. li. Magee, Joseph M. Gazza e,
D. W Elder, John F Edmundson,,
J. H.:Sewell, N. P. Hatch, '
John W. Taylor, W. W. Shafer
Smug Palmer, W. 8. Purviance, • .
David H. Verich, ' J. V. Donaldson.'
H. B. Wilkins, ' -'D. T. Watson.
John C McCombs, A. M. Sto, tier. -'
J. W. Kicker. S. M. Raymond.
H. H. McCormick, George B. Cochran,
If. Hampton Todd, G. M. McMaster,
W.M. MCCUIIIe, ' John J. Case, •
W,. T. Haines, M. A. Woodward,
. „ \ J. E. Strickler.
PITTSBURGH, Bee. 18th, 1868.
DEAR lIIR:—The undersigned respectfully „and'.
earnestly request you to allow them to aiesentyour
name for the otitis of Wilted States Senator. Be.
firming that your eminent services to the Union Re
publican Party entitle you to our support, and hav
ing a fell knowledge of your ability and fitness for
the ogles, we beg that you will not decline.
Respeetfilly,.Folirs, ,
McElroy, Dickson & Co., Win. McCully- & Co.,
John nhipton, Samne. McClurken,
John Fier), . Mark W. Watson.
William Floyd, A. M. McClure & Co.,
Arbuck`e A. Co., J. IL hicUune.
Wm. P. He nker A Co., Andersen. Penzold A Car-!
Samuel Pollock, son.
Archibald Wallace, Bayard, Rose & Co..
Thomas Lockhart, C. Bart le & Co,.
Samuel George, L. S. Riglon A Co.,
S. B. Floyd, , D S. Diffelbscher,
T. C. Jenkins, James Gurdon,
John McDevitt, Pestle'', Nelson *Co., i i
Jan es et. McDevitt,_ Matrum, Olyde A Co.,
Lincisay.Sterritt& EnWerJos. 'Horne.
8. H. Walson & Co., J. B. McFadden & Co.,
Dan el Wallace, Jr.. R. H. Hughes.
W. W. Martin, _. J. S. McDonald,
R. A. Rob.sun, S. M. Packer.
S. B. Robina-n. ' Wm. H. Barker,
Veleta Mahood A Co., Richardson & CO..
E. C lieellii, • J. Y.- Mclntire,
Thos. R. Kerr, - . M. Aronson,
Spencer, McKay & Ce.. John Black, .-, •
James 11. Parker, • Riettard, - Hartley A Co..
J. S. Bennett. John Andey,
Moreland A Mitchell, F. B. Sellers.
J & W. Fairly, J. H. Borland,
E. H. Meyers a Co., S. J. BAY.
8. Cuthbert A Bon; James Dickson,
S. Cuthbert, . J. T. Shane.
Wm. Dishy. - T. B. Wilson.
It. W. Means, Thomas Carr. Jr .
McCord A Co.. Jones A Melitsey.
C. C. McCord, . .Wm. Fleming,
J. E, McCord, . James Mel..llizi,
Taos. Hare & Bro., Win. J • Wortley, •
M. kteWhinney, RaLlt Co..
James W. Arrest. I'. 11,Laatman, _
Shellaby & Barclay. W. W. Wallace,
C. Arbuthnot. J. Gillespie,
W. J. Shannon, Patterson & Bullock.
John S. Stephenson, John Morrison,
John Caldwell, C. F. Graham & CO..
Read & Metzger, , John A. Danks, •
M. Whitmore, ' J. L. Elsessor,
C. B- Wood, ' Arbuekle & Co.,
Wm. Reed, Ed. Hvazelton,
James Brown. Hagan &McCarty, r
And ew Ackiy. . A. 0. Trautman,
Henderson Z. Davis, Win. 11. Wailers.
H. M. Duniap, Ai Pattereoa,
Simon Drum, John Scott,
It. & W. Jenkineoll, Carson Bros. -:
J. Washington & Co.. Wm. Clendeming, --,,
B. M. SoodaTasr; - Leopold Heilbrnrier,
Hemphill, lifelimy & Co.,Wm. M. Gormly,
Brown, M'Grew & Yore- John Black.
lit an, WEI..D. Ross,
Mercer & Robinson. J. Boobler.
H. & A. N. Kennedy. Wni..Scandrett,
R. aA. Carson, • •'. David Kirk,
Robert Ray. - John Oracle & Co,
Stephen Mercer, Wm. A Earseman, '
W.H. Dever., Walter Earseman,
Wm. E. Ackley, B. W. Morgan . A Co. 1
-.Geo. IL Riddle, J. ti. Robinson,-,
Enwer & Long. ' J. Mesklmen,
S. Watson, P. D. Parchment,
It. Hay A eon U. B. Bostwick, _
J. & B. H. Wilson, Hay Walker,
Min. M. McCa lum, . JOhn Heath,
Samuel B. Cluley, , Geo. G. Negley, f
'' C liar, es C. Identootb, David Aiken,
Graham &- Allen. It. W. Thomas,
Thomas ti.-Cluley,, Ili,:C. Negley.
Ph. li. Mertz. r James B. Mellon,
Thompson Bell, John Pe , chment, Jr.,
James M. Bell, - A. J. Waolslayer,
R. H. King, John Cartright,
J. McM. King, IL IL Huhn & Son,
J. R. Negley, Debt. M. Blair, ,
John M. ass, N. H. Voeghtley.'
J• L. Bigham. Richard Gray. • ,
Charles Armstrong, John B. Craig.
C. F. Tillinghast, John A. Scott,
W. P. Giles, T. A. Estee. • - '
Wm. B. Fehl. lsrael V. Hei,
John P. Fell, ' James H. Ri ddle,
T. M. Fehl, - H. S. Ackley.
Bessner &Roeble. John Megraw.
B. McMaster.), George J. Parkin,
A. Aren't's, M. Jenkins.
It. C. liewart. H. H. Phillips.
Joseph Tricker, R bert Forrester,
Chas. P. Duff, Jacob Klee
C. A. W. Redick, David Davis,
Wm. H. McKelvey, Alex. Taylor,
Isaac N. Coursin, C. Hartman.
Allen Means, A. Pillow,
M. B. Hartzell, W. 11. McCleary,
R. H. File. Charles Pugh,
George M. Desch, Jonathan Neely.
James A. Gray. -
Win. H. Campbell, Andrew McCord,
Alex. Cowie). - John W. Tim,
Frank Dull J. WW. Davis,
Wm. P. Price, Joseph B. McDonald,
W. Tat-, Jr., Chris. Dallentiangh.
.1: C: Patterson. Hugh D. Murphy.
W. Tate, Br., Georgelr. Kimberltn,
John It 'Tate, Thomas Kimberlin,
W. B. Beaten, John G. Curtis.
Jahn McClurg, Duncan Dalian,
Alf. M Patterson, John
B. Geyer,
Isaac M. Patterson John Mater.
James a. Patterson ' , J. F.-liellstein, -.
S. h. Norgreve, George Topkam, •
J. W. aykes, M. D. John Spencer. , '• ,
James Torrence, John Kerwin,
Joseph Torrens. • George P. Bells-elm,'
W EinivelY.JlL D., . J. N. Davidson,
J. IL Hill. Joseph Taggart,
J,_ H. llicKelyy. Robert Henderson.
Wm 8. Taylor, ' John Swan,
Samuel E. Herron. Robe. t Taggart,
W. M. McCord, ( . J. B.Toor,
James B. Young, - J. E. ohnston, ~
D. S. Patterson., John cott,
Win. C. istockton. James Mackey,
Joseph Walton, Win. J. Morrison, Jr.,
John English, John Allen,
Abraham Patterson, George Wilson,
John Wright, . James Mandl,
W. H. Shellaby, (--- R. Watson, . •
L, 1.. [lava, * Casper Gang,
J. B. Garrard, B. H. Luker,
A. Htlands, Jacob H. Walter,,
George Neely,`, Wm Swiaahelm,
Andrew Bayne, Joseph Myer.i.
I)asid Aiken. Jr., 'James P Gregg, Jr..
. Columbus Coleman, , Wm, Y. Evans,
L. At C. Eng li sh, James Me Brier,
Thomas C.
Guthrie, A. Cieudenuing,,
Joseph C. Guthrie , , John Taggart, • .
John Crider • W. Stevenson & Co.,
Andrew Enkl i ish, Robert Dilworth,
Andy Emilia , Jr., A. Danner,
Samuel English, Jetties Mclntosh, ,
Mles , English, , Charles A. Dickey,
Samuel Ealtilah, Jr., John Brown, Jr.,
C. B. Seeley, Isaac Neely,
John Parchment, Robert Henderson, ..
A. H. Grose, - J. Lockhart, '. , , .. .
A. J. Davis... ' J. & H. Beggs,
John Stewart, A. & J. U. Smith, ~
IL S. Fleming. Jobs Taggart,
George R. Biddle, ; : W. H.reildenfenny, , t --.-
W. H. Glenn, . _ W. A Gildenienny,
?details & Bement:llde, Joseph Walton, . -,„..
ThomasMcFadden, jr., 'Win. B. Weeper,. " :- '
H. M. Bo ,e. - • Thomas H. Dunlap,
Richard Rattail, James M. Carr. ~.
Alex. Moore. . .• Hertry4ansebuts& bens,
Joseph McNauther , . ..: 8. S. White & Co., ' . ,
J. M. Balch. Frank Duff,
1). L. 'Patterson. Samuel kteClarkilli a Co.,
jebna l UWest -Bncerlg . aiaCO 7' tlal. E l rrierlOk, Jameti.tarker,iam,onuh.raire anetirQbl F al BleY. )WuWliker Elgraw& Co., Ike Cook.
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James G. Allen,
George Rayner Wilson Garvin, 1 .
1 Jeaeph Alarsuall,
Robert White ,
T. H. McClellan, J. F. Martin,
James Richey, Jacob Goldman.
W. J. Backhonse, James Barr. .2 . • '
Jolla Neely, ,' John Barr,
Jacks°a Scott, Andrew Barr.
Solomon Ague, i Samuel Greer.
B. W. Brooks, John Riddle,
John Mitchell, _Robert !Stewart.
G. &mit. 1 John Martin.
Charles•Wetzel, Croferd 011 end, •
T, T. Coleman, James Gliand,
David Reed, •• James W. Garvin,
J. B. Mcßride. Jones English, Jr..
John Meierland, John G. Conner,
Colusabui Coleman. J. H. Miller. + • '
J. M. Murdock, L. Warner,
Peter Fortner. James Cairalb_
M. Basbetuson, James A. Mcmarlin,
Wm. Halton, John Cranford..
Win. McClelland, A. Kelly,
Charles Coleman. B. Kennedy;
Silas James, • B. Smitbers, ,
John McQuaide, James Logan,
D. Wm. Cornelius, Thomas Logan.
Wm. K o r . th, • T. J. MeEnulty,
John G s Thomas Graham,
Charles beemiller. John Reynolds,
F. Dumhoff. - Adam Stange,
Robert Anderson. Win. neynolds, •
John Y. Hoffman. ' Thomas Regnolde,
Charles'Acker. E. Duncan, •
James G. Marshall, , .e.b.M.ldd.:
IL F. Garvin , James Kidd,
G. H. McCaw, , E. Logan, - •
John C. Newineyer, ' Thomas It: Here,
Charles Schindler, . Henry Seiko',
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James Taylor, James Dawson,
-George. Bailie. Robert Hood, •
:Thomas Pickering, • James Hood; -
- Kenos Slants, • James Buchanan, ..
- Robert Stevenson, ' John Hood.
John Fletcher. • David Thomson,
William Monomers. . • JeeePlltarts, • -
Harry.Birdette, James eerie,
William McMillin , James lerle,
Hugh Zulg, • Aaron Stelnrook, __
Joseph . Joseph Hence,.
Alfred Enaland. George Gre mi yer.
Plaine Hleison, Georgeyter.
Rob. TI Hetchel, ',Jame* Phedear, -
Jonathan Hilton, George -Taylor. • ,
Charles Graham. Jelin Denis;
Henry Mereales, jOhn.Long, - •
George Reynor, ' Edward - N(010e; •
John Been. - . „Abraham Patte rson, •,
William White; - `johti Wale,
William Wilton,• ' Talslery, --
James Hays, fan :Weight, • • .
John Nickles, . mei &Rollins, 1..
William J Jackson, • •John Magee, e
Michael Banks:, • ; jOhlrWaison:
Harvey Reed, Si=uel Irwin, •
James Hamiltoi, George Cbtes.
John Wercelles, -William Oliver.
James Heed, • ' Henry Cook,
wad= 'Kerney, John Larkins,
Thomas Bead, William Mete al,.
William Stewart, John Dale.
Robert Pedersen, , Henry Tolbert,
Timm's Bennett, Joseph Mattis. -
John Stewart. - James Wiggi ns
Joseph Taylor, • ',George tMirewe,
Samuel McClelland, Thomas Miller,
John Kernel, James Waddle, •
James Mc‘lmuell, • Neely,
Ef Lundebereq • - Henry Faultis.
• Ledwick, . James Graham,
James Orr, • :Samuel McClelland.:
John W Curl, William Thomas Orr, •
George W Morton, William voyd.
G Rudolf; Jahn Muller,
B Lamprey, Hebersteek:
J G Hine. . Joseph Hicksiods.
A, H Roach, Henry Zatelgt,
T 8 Selrotn, August Bseker.
Henry Butler . WtillaniEnber.
D MeCiellasul, H Stoffele,
A Ludwig, , George W Baler,
Wirt A Pool, Christopher Joekel, .
James HilasMs Wlls Amend.
B Watson, . J P Ease, •
• Hummell. TBo el.
J Red pato, • Philip Young. •
A _ L Cochra n.
George beeley. Samuel A Moore,
Thomas Pinkerton. Philip Osterling, •
James Anderson, William Carson,
Josepn Anderson, D 8 Aiken.
Wm Anderson, , H G Neely, •
John Gllkey, • ' C W Cochran, •
Wm Lonsaale W.F MeClere,,
John Searightl besiege Nelson, ^
William FortmuL Paulus,
Samuel Morrisoa, George• Mater,. ;
William Neely, Frederick Stuart, '
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Amos Matilde, . Theodore Menomonie;
Jacob Barry, Adam Giles,
J Coulter • Janice Brown,
A it Colley. John A. Kohrsse*,
Wm •
H Brant. • X (I Burke, -
Shaun, George ditzlex
Donn ehram,. - • -H Abalign,
,0 )3 Seely, _ T B Gummett,
'Brutus Johnston, --- J B Plaboneth .
A Lanfman,. H licoreheis
g jr Stewart ,- - J Lorton Hall,
L Lowry, _ N Kinkead, •
L Spahr: Jno W Harris,- •
John Marchand, A. 'T Lee,
Peter Forsythe, J McFeely, -
Martin Beetle, • J 8 Doyle.
John it Beam. Geo. Adams,.
John Bnrcbfletdp W B Sands. ,
John Peretnnent Sr.. W Madmen, - • '
John Tomer. • Wif H Magus,
All °roes: 11:0, . Al' Gibbs,
A J Davis. OF . Porter, '
- John Ste Wart, T B Murphy, •
-.. John Grace y. - Wm Loch. .. •
John O'h eat, John Paul,
H W Larimer„ ' Jas Hanna,
John Lusk, _ • .-3 M Dunbar, ' .. •
Robert McAddare, PM Bower.,
Daniel Borland. James G. Mali
Wm N Emmitt, J V McCullough, -
Andrew Emmitt, „ Jacob Cutler, •
W J blierrow, D P Markle,
Thomas Hasher, F W Martin. •
Wm clack, • J D Ellison. r
Daniel Rigs:, 0 A Boucher,
R Hu Hurd, Jas Ail- s,
'R nt, Win H Campbell,
John 11 Forrester, John Long
_ H L Luis, Samuel!. M cClure,
James McKerral, M. Geier, 0,
L d Qalrk, A Elliott,
AlexL Anderson, John Belleau,
David L Francis, William teatb,
John :Barneye, L Lather, 1.
John Miller, P Buhl, I
- Fred. B. Holmes,- Samuel Tate, •
Harry C Campbell, John N Bonham,
Jo' n Gaston, • Robert Adair,
E W Redpath, ' Martin khrhards,
Lear Louie, Wm Fehlleper,
Frank Duff. .7 K Meoov.
John McKnight, Aloi s Biddle, • ;
Henry B dove , Mathew Kennedy, .
John Powell, Al tied - McDonald,
A 4 Midrange, - ( 8 Barite..
UM Dickey, Samuel Ferguson, !.
J humpllfil, Wm P Price
W Boyd, G W Atkins:
John Holmes, . Adman Davidson,
Christian W W W McClelland,
Andrew Nauman, W Tate . Jr.. .
Henry Stange, . - Wm Criswell,
C hour.. J 'C Patterson, ,
A Berrineer, l ; Geo Sumer.
Charles M Knoll, Geo Mc-Visker, j
John Canersou, John B' Drumm, • '
J MeMiller. , John H Bruce,
T H Klagts. TB Wilgus, ,
Simon Drum. Leo Gribbin.
Jacob olffunfierst. J osephougy, _
W P Ifft, . ohnston, '
. 8 B Zureuff, J Wiggines,
August Gruel. Alexander Aiken,
H reedier, W F Spellman. •
John Sctunid, J I. West. ,
F Gerdy, B M Clark, •
Triedpeter, •r W H Devore,
41 Maly, James A Wirusom,
George RanU, A Benne t,
L Ruig. Janies 8 Wondwell,
7 Ca-ry . ieellen, • James Bennetf,
Jacob Voikman, John Harlow,
John G Jahma, John Tad°.
J Helps, Christian Pre c inst,
E McDonald, . Samuel Hach
• George Patten, George Loeber. '
Joseph Wigley, ' Edward Zerneits,
- William Munn, , Frederick Heydenriehi
P Smidt, ' Ludewig Gelder, .
Vin Sword. \ Samuel Smith.
all. • Grorge Frazier, .
John _ T N mirch.
Joseph Schwetel, , Oh Anshutz,
Robe t Christian, M Doer, .
H B Haute, John Snider,
• bamuel B Maley, Christopher Fronmi,
Thomas D Patterson, John 11.0ffel, -
Wm JDlebl, r David Bennett,
Charles C Montootti, J W ties,
.• John Rath,_ T.l Bennett, •
Albert Frederick, • Join A Dante.
James tilidernew, John J. aint„
Graham & Allen, - • it J Hems, • •
0 It Fresser Dlckson , R Waggoner,
Thomas 13 . Gutsy, Henry SAyete.
George B Gray, T C Waltes,
• It II Fetty, A Morton, • •
Win Donaldson, 'win Burp”,
H Fife, • • James 8 Morton,
J G Ness, T H Gibson, -
W C Friend, J A'Taylor,
E S Morrow. 8 C Robb,
John Robb, ' John Barkley,
B I.`• Kennedy, James Saint,
- °hart Heinle. R L Kelly.
H G Gebhart, Richard :Jean,
James Carothers, - H Maneuester. -
George Schafer. Charles Ferguson,. .
Henry Meisterfelt, ' David Thcmpson,
John Chest e, • George Thurman, r'
Wm Youcg, George sch taut, I
Peter Brindle. Henry LiepPer.
'Conrad Ziegler, r Benjamin ituton; I
Andrew Moss, . John Porter, •
Heart' D Belt; John Murphy; '•
Davin Beck, n H Anderson,
David Wilson William H. McCleary
John Waggnner W,H H ad tleam.
Wm McClellan, James H Parke.
Henry Coates, •, • • la H di E Zacharias, h
. .Wm Cameron, . ;Bit McCleary,. !,
Joseph Bell, Caleb Itawder,
Edward Barnhill, % Robert McDonald, -
Max Everting, _ ' MR Harnooller,
Frederick Goettx.l . Hate-inane
Silas Ir ame' A Hoppe. ',.
Robert McClelland, • Charles Goeta;
David 11111, ••• - Andoloh Kleistm I L ,.
James - John Henderson,
Henry McCombs, ' W Mc -
David Williams, - • Wm O'Leary. •
G Cartwright. , David Penis, . •
Henry_ Matte, , . Laois Bohm_
K Wier, • • 'Ernes Bothrkidte,
W Thompson, C Ketteubiarg
Josiah Selah, • Chu neck. "-
John Russel, Jas McCandless, '
. Francis Drum, " • Jas X Dialselh
Thomas 8 Byrie, . • George T Bdshileld:
Henry P Nubs, D L NooUnt4ok,
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