BRUNSWICK AIIVlItTISiR ill
BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1881.
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Mayor- J. y. Nelson.
A mermen- A. T. Putnam, W. W. Watkins. J. J
Hpoars, D. T. Dunn, J. P. Harvey, H. C. Little
Held, F. J. Doerfiinger.
Clerk if Trraturrr—James Houston.
Chi*/ JfariW—B. A. Fahm.
Auulant Martk'H—1. L. Beach.
I'olicemen-V. 11. Ralnoy, T. W. Bolt.
Kteyex of Ouard /fosse and Clerk of Market—D.
r»rt 1‘hytician—C L Sclilatt. r. Jr, M. D.
rtljr J’fcyeieia/i—L B Davis, M. D.
Jr, and A’V Putnam.
sTAxmxo coxxrmtwor council..
Finance—Oouper, Watkins and Dunn.
8TBKKTH, Drain* As Umwirs-Dunn, Wat
Hex ton White Cemetery—C O Moore.
Sexton Colored Cemetery—Jackie While.
Town common*—llarvey, Don per and Bpeai
t'CMKTKbxxs—Kpcars, Iheorfiluger aud Coup
Hariior—Littlefield, Hpcsrs and Putnam.
I’triiLio buildings—Watkina, Docrfitngor and
Railroad*- DovrHHigcr,Harvey and Ltttleflald
AND DEALER IN
jahitt—:Putnam, Littlefield aim Docrfilnyer*
Kims i>Kr\«niEXT—Rpcars.Putaani and Harvey
1’oLici- Putnam, Dunn, and Watkins.
UNITED HTATEH OFFICERS.
Collector of Customs—John T. Collins.
SKAI’OKT LODOK, Xo. 6S, I. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Tuesday night at eight o'clock.
W. W. WATKINH. N
if. PIERCE, V. (».
•I AH. E. LAMBRIOilT. 1*. Ac R. Hocn-tary.
COURT SESSIONS VI THE BR' NHWICK CirtCUIT.
CLINCH—I*t Monday mi Va-<-h ami Sept, ml
Al’l’LINO—lid M-.mla.- In March i ml Sept-m
WAYNE—4Ui Mon 'ay in Mar h And Sentemli
1TER0E—1st Monday in Apr'! and October
WARE—<M Monday m April and «>• fob.r
COFFEK-Tucsds.v aR.-r 4th Monday in April and
CAMDF.N—Tuesd >> alter V. Mm
CHARLTON—:»d Monday In May a
i M ay and
» May am! November.
BRUNSWICK, - GA.
Convenient to Business, the
Railroads ami the Steamboats.
Furniture New, Table Good
w. c. m'm&eQ:
(FORMERLY PLANTERS HOTEL),
M. L. HARNETT & 00.,
$2.00 PER DAY.
write family Hotel, under Ita now
n commundo.1 for the exrellcnco of
CUISINE, homo-!Ike comforts, PROMPT ATTEN.
TION AND MODEUATE KATES.
Fire Insurance I
(COMPOSED OF THE GERMANIA AND
HANOVER INSURANCE CO.'Hl
THESE FllUPP-CLAMS COMPANIES RIP1K4KXT-
ED IN BUI NH'AU K »Y
T. O* CONNOR, Jr.
Hr-DWELLING* AT VEST LOW* R V ! ES Mb
Dr. W. B. BURROUGHS,
Rod Estate an,1 Insurant* Sfc-ent.
BAY 81’.. - - BRUNSWICK, On.
KEXrS ALSO ON HAND A NULL AXt> WELL AS.
BOKTED STOCK OK
I MEAN BUSINESS!
Store corner Ncwra*t!c and Monk Street*.
iw votiK & mmwn
Captain RISK. «
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO,
• Net.- Yorl
It all poll.!
‘ilironKh bill* lading rtgn
every Friday at A P. M.. ari
vivTu nday. Clowe-moect
i.d M. A ll. Rr Broads.
igbt and paaaage »« b>w a* by »"y other i’.fat.
■ paNHciii'er ami *tate room* apply to
II. W. SOUTH WICK, Act,
Jnnel-ly Bruuawick, Ua.
BEST GREEN AND BLACK
HUlSrS GENUINE NEW CHOP
CHOICE CHEW I NO ,I• SMOKING
The Jsest 5 cent Cigars,
For ulu at
•Xt-Xbtf HLAIN’N D»UU NTORK.
City Tux Notice.
The taxoa due the city of Brunt wick on real •
ito, improvement*, and every speclea of pareotial
ropnrty for the year 18HI. am payable a* follow*:
it quarter ou or before 31at day of March, 11*1.
Undoubtedly Mr. Clabaugh ought
to havo been wiser, after twenty-nine
years’ knowledge of his nephew, than
to have boon at all aunoyed or impa
tient because that nephew was Into to
broakfast. But Mr. Glabangh had
important business on hand, and was
oager to transact it.
“Does Jasper think that I tele
graphed to him to journey 500 miles
to meet mo here to-day without a mo
tive ? Has tho boy uo curiosity ?’
muttered he to himself, as ho slowly
stirred his third cup of codec.
Tho long dining room of tho Boa
good Hotel was quite deserted, suvo
by Mr. Clabaugh and ono or two wai
ters, when Mr. Jasper Surridge event
ually mode his appearauco.
“I seem to bo a little late,” .Jasper
coolly remnrkod, after exchanging
salutations with his uncle; “I am sor
ry you waited.”
'If you knew why I desired to aieet
you here, what my business with you
is, you would not wonder that I wait
ed. I hiuk I was the first porson to
sit down to brenkfnst, mid now the
room is deserted.”
“So it appears—has quite the air of
a 'banquet hall deserted.’ But that
is the bettor for us if you are anxious
to discuss business at once; there will
bo no envesdroppers.”
“Quito true,” remarked Mr. Cla
baugh. “I think my news will give
additional delicacy cveu to these ten
der chops. You remember hearing
mo speak of that eccentric old Phillip
EJliflb, for whom I have made ho
‘The man who lived in Merton ?”
“Yes, tho same. Well, ho’* dead.”
“Who has got his money and pi«.p-
urty, ono of the old maid consuls or n
“Neither. A person of whoso exist
ence I never heard until I made his
last will—bis only grandchild, Acaii-
“What an outlandish name! 1
thought lie whs n bachelor."
“So did I, but he was married in
his young days and had one son,
whom he drove from home by hi.s ill-
temper and his miserly ways. Thin
son married and died, leming one
daughter, Acantha. As this girl is
his legal heir, uone of tho many aspi
rants can oven claim the property.”
“Curious! But why telegraph for
“This girl in young, rich and—un
“All, I understand! I, too, am
young and unmarried, but, alas, not
rich. You think there are possibili
ties for me ?”
“Certainly l c!u! You ure good- j
girl without knowing who she is;thcu
no ono can ever nccusd you of having
married her for her money. Do you
“Oh, yes! But will not she, or sumo
oue, smell a rat. My appearanco in
Clarendon just as she becomes uu
“Sho will not know sho is an heir
ess uutil I see tit to tell her. I intond
to give you from one to threo weoks
start. I am not well; my physician
has ordered mo to*tho mountains to
rccoporate; how can I uttond to busi
ness now ?”
I see ’ I must make hay before tho
sun shines. Mina Acnntha will have
first a lover, thou a fortune; which is
rather reversing the usual order of
“You are serious, Jasper ? Yon will
try to win this young lady ?”
“ I am seriously—very seriously-
in want of monoy, and ns for trying
to win this rnral damsel (for Claron-
don is hardly more than a village)
well, I think I can do it,” answered
Juspor Surridge, complacently, ns ho
rose from tho table and snuntcrod out
to the hotel steps.
Young Surridge hail good grounds
for his confidence in his own attrac
tions. Ho was tall, handsome, grace
ful aud deovted to ludies’ society;
;onld quote poetry or utter dolicato
compliments by tho hour, aud some of
his half-envious admirers declared
that he had been stern enough to re
fuse two oilers of marriage from rich
W lieu he made liis appearance in
liurcli the morning after his arrival
u Clarendon, there was a tin tier
among not a few of tlu* tender young
hearts, and at least a score of bright
eyes looked the question “ who u that
handsome tutin V"
With hm mind concent "uted upon!
the unknown heiress, Jasper carefully
annoyed the congregation and sighed
for some fairy to whisper to him, “This
Presently the organ ]nmlod forth
and a dear, sweet, mezzo-soprano
voice, sang an autheiu, “Como unto
Me all ye that labor.”
Regardless of the place, .Surridge
turned to his next neighbor and whis
pered: “Who ia that charming sing-
Acauthn’s conduct in this matter
caused plenty of talk; Lnttrell himself
was tho only silent one. When some
vontursorao person tried to interview
him on the subject ho simply set his
teeth together and muttored “Fop!”
But foppery or not .Surridge com
pletely distanced Lnttrell in two
weeks. At the expiration of that pe
riod ho might havo been heard whis
pering to Acantha: “Oh, my darling,
if yon know how much I loved you,
you would not be so coy; you would,
at least, try to love me iu return!”
“Perhaps I may try,” whispored
sho, hesitatingly; but quickly added,
warding oflf a threatened embrace
“ But how can I bo suro that you are
true! You have known mo so short
“ Fourtoen long days! After all,
what is time to thoso who love ? The
moinont I saw yon I know that you,
and you alone, must bo my wife!”
Which was truo, but not us he
would havo Acantha understand it.
“ Yon have loved before of course—”
“ Never! Never! I may have had
my passing fnneios, but you are the
first lady whom I havo wished to mar-
your own good—to touch yon
' I was uot," Mr. Clabaugh retort-
Yes you wore. I was an nntio*
tiecd listener to part of your convor*
your diliatoriness, Mr. Surridge,
was the startling
.Miss EJliflt 1
The directory bud already showed
him there was but one family of that
name in the town- “Mrs. Jane Ed-
liflfe, 1” Willow street; Acantha Kd-
liffe, school teacher, 17 Willow street”
evidently Huh was the heiress.
What does she look like?” was
his next thought. So he turned around
and took a good long look at the
Rooks fur the
on of tho flrsf
op«>o, and will
•monnt of uxcm
p«raon who bth
otli.-n hoars from 9 *.
Miou of returns and Um cullec-
>nt of isxossra now
3!st d»j» of March,
lBMl, when etscut
‘ * * Ins for th® rest
payment ta above
m . and from J to
JAMES HOUSTON, CU-rk and Treasurer.
CITY BARBER SHOP,
J. M. CARTER, Propi ietor.
Wholesale and Retail.
i(»f»renrr«; Havaimxh Bank on.l Truat Company,
Tint Nation*' Bank Macon. Oo.
Wan tad t,* nctianpi- for .-ify property or land near
the dly, *cvt r»l araall faru» and *torr hutiw.» In
Usuotai cuuulv. Buyll-U
W. J. PRICE,
NA VAL STORKS,
. tbut I linvc just coin* fnml-lm*te frt.in
C. P. GOODYEAR, Dublin. Du k'ivi n fdlmv time to
"I proaumc » fuiv huurs' tlday will
do tut lmnn, *n w« will suy to-morrow.
When you ranch Clarendon l<K>k in
the directory for the name of Kdlilfe
—it ia not a cumuion one—and innbe
Acaatbu’a ac(|Uaintunce un well sa you
looking— I singer; resuming bis mental couvor-
"I inherit my looks from my mol It- j aiitiuu, be sniil, “Uedimu heiglitb,
or; tho Clnbnnghiaro alt prewntnlile." dark eyes um! buir, gmal immploxiou,
“Nonnemtebut tlie uncle was decently though plainly drosaud; she
tiattured. "You have always Iteeu | will do !"
very succcasful witli womoii But, by j To make sure I but tbis wuu the por-
thc way,” iiud Mr. Clubangh'H tone i son lie sought, lie discreetly followed
changed from complacency to anxiety, I her home, ami w hen be saw her en-
"i« there any entanglement between liter 17 Willow streel, he was satisfied,
yon ami Lottie?” : He delivered one of bis letters of iu-
"Ob, no, nothing serious, only a j troduetioii the next morning and as
llirtiition. 1 have not committed my- soon as heeould lie la gan to rave over
self." I the "eX‘|iiisite voice, the most delightful
‘‘That is lucky. It wouldn't do, , voice," he had heard iu the church,
yon know, for my nephew to lie | aud innocently asked the strsugor's
caught iu anything dishonorable; it i name; then finding that his new
would injure both of us. " j friend knew Imr, he begged him to
"Don’t you worry, uncle! Isrntoo'present him to her
widc-uwnkc to leap before I look.-- Chuckling at liis good luck, lie he*
Lottie is very sweet, and if she were B*u to make definite but assiduous
old Edliflo's heiress there would Imi love to Miss Acantha, and was
sonic sense iii my wooing her. How- I to find tlmt sbe did not rc-
cvcr, sliu is almost as |ioor ns I am, pulse him; on the contrary, after a
so that match will not lie made lint few days she seemed to give him some
about Miss Kdlifl'c is she at ail pass | liltle.eiicourageuicnt, not boldly, how-
able ?" ! ever, but timidly aud innocently,
‘Of her bulks I know nothing; hut | Mrs. Edliffe was not so cordial aa
she lias been a timelier in one of I be eouid have wished, but still aba
tho (Hitirding schools at Clarendon fnV \ was uot actually inimical, and there
the laat two years, she must have was no one else to interfere—at least,
some sort of an education. Now my \ no one of whom he knew anything,
plan is that yon start for Clarendon I ‘‘Aeaiitha Kdliff'a couduet ia really
to-night—" | disgusting I" whispered the gossips,
“Nil, no, to-morrow. You forget Nvimiu a week after Siirridgu'a arrival
“But I am poor aud insignificant."
“ Not tho latter, my sweetheart.—
And as to poverty, do yon suppose I
euro for that? We will tnanngo to live
I assure yotr." * '
“You know nothing of my family."
“ Your mother, yon say, is your on
ly relative. I am sure she would grace
Dear mother,T am sure she would 1
If I should consent to—to try and like
you, you must promise and not listen
lo any nonsense about Mr. Lnttrell.
1 did love him, really love him, I
thought, until—until- "
" My darling I Your sweet coiifc,.-
on 1ms entranced inu!"
" No, no! I havo confessed nothing '
(iivo me until to-morrow to think of
it; and mamma’s consent must be
Of course Surridge promised to do
anything Acuutbn desired; mid when
he returned to Ids hotel tlmt evening
he teleg-aphed Us uncle;
" Conic at ouce. The fates are pro
Tho fates me proverbially erven■
trie; so .Surridge realized when, call
ing at 17 Willow street, he wus told
that Acuntlm was toe ill with ucrvnuu
headache to see any one. In the inean-
tiino Mr. Clabaugh arrived and con
gratulated his nephew warmly on Uis
success; hut also, in tile meantime, si-
inultanoonily with Mr. Clulmugh's ar
rival, camo the rnmur of old Mr. Ed-
lifiu's death, and the next morning it
announced iu the local newspa
pers, witli the addition
This gentleman was unknown to
our townsmen; nevertheless ids large
lortuuu is to come to ns, Miss Anne
tint Edliffe teacher in Oak .ti' et ^ j.
grammar school) being liis heiress." i Wiley Abbott "
“The fat is in tbe lire now," woa,MraDCHswkiiis"
Jasper'a savage exclamation when lie ^ Miiitli.il
1 * l —■ " Wind isissesMisli . \ * oor '
' 1 A (Inrpenter
a hendiirne lust j >s 1!llr| „
aud Hilbert ns to my plan. Perhaps
you romombsr tlmt tbe waiters at that
hotol wore all young ladies; several of
ns schoolteachers needed both money
and change of air, so wo engaged our*
selves during the mention ns waiters
at tlie Pcngood Hotel, and gained
some money, plenty of exercise, moun
tain air anil n little fun. In addition,
I gained material for a pnrlor come-
dy, in which you, Mr. Surridge, have
ndinirnhly performed tho part of first
villain. King down the curtain.”
llvperlN or om, rrs or I hr city or
Itrunswlrk, for the month or
iiKPoirr or ci.riix axii Timsvuy.
Amount on linnd tG,94li 40
H B Uoodbreoil, trns, taxes... 4 75
Alfred Groon, taxes 9 98
B H Daniels “ H 33
A Green, agent “ ... 8 92
Jackie White “ 7 00
Mrs K 3 Buffo " 4 18
J C Normnu, fines aud street . .20 45
It S Clnbb, trns, taxes 4 25
Mrs B Hnr-lehurst “ 5 00
G • i Ilnzlohurst “ 7 2"
J ( Gkeoufield, rent 8 00
Mntthow Slinnnun, wharjngr.
. . 4 90
o Abram Mungin, licenso
r SMGlogauer “ .
W H Harrison “
R M Sawyer “ .
Ml Blain, sales
t A Borcbardt “
2 Wiley Bugg “
, Goo Chandler “ ...
L B Davis “
’ J M Doxtcr “ .......
D J Dillon ■'
C J Doorfliugor"
.... 2 10
S M Glogaucr “
H L Harris “
A E Heins “
.... 7 20
Benj Hirsch "
.... 6 40
L D’ Hoyt k Co"
Prod Joorger “
A Kaiser A; Bro“
Mrs R Mojors “
Mooro & McCrary, soles...
AT Putnam, Bales
Mrs M 0 Itowo “
J K Hnssell “
Miss Ilcttio Williams, sales.
C H WimborlCy “ .
LWoiss " .
.. 2 80
O'Connor k Wcnz “ .
Sapp & Co “ .
G Carbana “ .
A Borcbardt, taxes
S M Glogaucr “
... 3 00
Fred Joergor "
J E Mooro “
... 2 50
C W Wobor
A Braxton “
J F Nwlsun, ealary
Jiis HoiiHton “
J U Noriunn “
J L Beach "
W S l’ittman "
J R Robins “
C G Mooro "
... 5 00
Osborn Mnson “
T G K 1 ae* “
... 8 33
J M Pfxtor, coupons ....
A Grueu, charity.
... 3 50
Osbm u Mason
Mrs Minnie Mills, louse
James Hyland, licenso.
T Mahoney, Inxes
K Bricseuick “
Jas Cnliian, taxes
Mrs H B Welles, bouil 9 10
W A Hneketl,tuxes 2 50
J C Nornnin, li fa....
H (! Miiiulv, luxes...
E B T Mniidy “ ....
Tlios Hackett “ ....
T 0 Clark “ ...
E Solomon, miles. . .
J W Boboris. tuxes..
J C Hutch “ ...
N W Bell, sales ...
L C Marlin " .... .
Murk Swuetwilic, taxes.
J A Clubli, trustee “
Jndgo Harrington “ 2 55
NW Bell, rent 22 50
.... 2 00
.... 7 03
.... 8 30
.. 0 71
.. 0 50
.. 8 55
.. (1 85
.. 3 10
. 1 00
. 3 80
J Mitbunk, luxes
J B Dart
V Dart, Jr '
W II King "
M B Holland, tr
W it Burroughs
Mrs I, L Way
J (,' Norman, li fa
road those lines,
the girl to hn
" No mutter. You are virtually ae-
cepted. You cull still make a good
point. Show her I he notice, and say
that of course she will not want you
now that nhe is rich; that von cannot
submit to bo called mercenary; Hint
will fetch her."
The uncle ami nephew culled to
gether that morning, and after the
former hud told Acantha of her grand-
father's beipiest, the latter ruefully
withdrew bis pro|XMud.
“Ob, Mr. Surridge, whnl
opinion you must have of in,
you think that I
wealth of the Imliei
me and the unit* I 1
man ever weighs b
Philip IMi “
D A Mis,re, lease .
Buddy Moran, licnuau. .
W II Dart, taxes
Mrs C W Brinks, tuxes..
Mrs C E Brinks “ ..
William Jackson, lease.
G W Stock well, tnxes. . .
Mrs J Baumgartner"
. .23 20
. . .Hi 51
.. 5 50
. 5 92
.. 9 00
.. 5 73
" “ 175
D A Moore, guard house 48 80
T G Stacy, printing 12 50
JD Gill, streets 33 33
A T Putnam “ : 9 80
Osborn Mason, charity 3 00
Thos Wilson, quarantine 15 00
Thos Bosse, cemetery 2 00
E C P Dart, eleotion 3 00
G H Hazlehurst, coupons 8 75
C W Styles, printing 4 15
Mary Gnodbrcad, charity 25 35
W A Holland, quarantine 3 00
Mrs Fitzgerald, coupons 17 60
Bourd of Edar-ation “ 297 50
A T Putnam, itreetf. 58 00
" “ 12 60
J C Greenfield et al, extra police. .40 50
L J Lcavy, incidental 3 00
Siunuel Borcbardt, incidental... 3 00
Mrs H B Welles, coupons..... .35 00
HE Lucas •• 14 00
L W Harris et ul, streets. 44 00
T B Guodbroad, sanitation 40 00
J W Heberts, incidental. 3 00
H A Kcnrick, Scc'y, education. 125 43
Mrs E D Nightengale, conpons.,.17 50
II P Gray A Co, quarantine 15 23
Seaborn Hall, coupon! 129 50
Jsiues Houston, compromise. ...12 80
" public buildings.24 00
W B Burroughs, obsritv 12 00
“ “ 10 00
J M Dexter, coupons 21 00
J B JoluiHton “ 55125
W F Stewart, streets 125
Fnodliindor k Co, contains 42 00
“ streets and G H..19 28
Thus Wilson, quarantine...... ,23 00
J J Cisco k Hon, coupons 093 00
Cash to balance 6,213 IS
PO Nail, luxe* 1 85
A M Cohen ‘ 15 S3
Max Cohen, lii-eimc 100
AM Cohen “ 12 50
Arthur Washington,taxes.?.... 57
Osborn Mason “ 2 50
l HI * ,r jMra F A It Grady " 24 43
• of mi.: DojPL Hslev, licenie 375
iiid iterant the H K Bar m*H " . 5 00
imnie lietweeu JJ Lof* 1 '/ 5?
• N “' n, ‘' - rales 185
II Allies " 93
I Mrs Kmiiiii Wnlkor, ti»x«*H.
ArronxEY at law.
0»*’r Ulckcbon'a Fr ivialouMtoro, Glocrt
D. I). ATKINSON,
BRUNSWICK, - - GEORGIA.
Oftog Uj‘ »uiii U. Cj yrtp -• ta * V’AlUIiUj : yTJ-;
“ iL furu l ho strmtf'cr mi^bt
c§ HulKjrt I.ut-*
tr« !!’** iitli iitiffiis tvitli nvidir^, but now
hhr« ignores bilu.”
‘ He hfisu’t Ihjou to Willow street
since Inst Snmlny,” reijkomled unoth-
or gossip, “while this Mr. eSnrricIgo is
tin lh iiwrj* evening, fnkt*s Acuntlm
... out for n drive every Mfteruooii nml
letters of introilnetion •«***•«* »*'•«> *>•»*'••* v' "ry
Well, lie’s rich iprobably), and
to three of my friends, hnt don’t use
them if you cun help it; it will las bet
ter for you ty fall in luvu with the
‘ Mies Edliffe, you overwhelm me
You are nobler—" sttiiuinensl Jasper.
" Nobler tiiun you are?" -'Oil Aesit-
tlia, sarenstically, witli a snddeit
cbsnge in voiee and insi.iier. ' 1
be that,gentlemen," «>i.-
sltiwly, ii|teiiiiig be ,hsir
j Mrs D B Stnllings “
W P I'eliniliinn, lieelise . .
C Williams “ . ...
Thus Dorinim* •• ...
Jus Gallagher “
Charles l>av. taxes
Hi Day ' ••
B E Hint “
G Frietllandttr “
G Frisdlnnder k Co, taxes
lilt Mra M M Barkuhai “
G Frisitland-r k Co, sales..
D J Holloway, taxea
. J R Artojte “
was |sa>l anil to whom I was man led 1 O J Hollow al '•
this uioriiiug !" JC O Minire.trns"
The two potters g.isjsal and hirne'd | Henry Moldeti "
pale. Jasper was the first to rivuverjC G jiiajre, license
himself. Ho exclaimed: “Miss Is I- “ “
very stylish, while poor Hubert is net-1 tiffs, your condnet Iiiib been unwu- j Moorn k Met,'rary. license..
ther.” uiuuly' You encouraged me—" j CII Wiuiberley “ ...
that led into the hull, and laying her
bund within the arm of Hulairt Lilt-
trull, who stood there with a smile on
his face, "let me preaent to you my
husband, he who loved me when I
nneoiiT or n. a. fahm, iussoxl.
Charlie Christie, floe. 21 00
Frank Taylor, fine. 2 00
Harry Bowen “ 5 00
Lewia.Hiimly “ 5 00
John McTurner" — 3 00
Charlie Christie" 5 00
Fannie Walburg and Sallio Lott 2 00
Daniel Foley, fine 100
E V Lancaster “ 50
Turner '• 3 00
Geo Adams " 5 00
Goutrand Etny" 1 00
Horaee Codono" 10
B SI Cassidy “
Frank Holland ”
John Cross “
stbxu tax or 1881.
. 7 20
. 1 90
51 7n i Henry Svmons
. .00 95
... 4 75
... 4 05
... 3 15
... 5 001
. 3 00
By amount turned over to Clerk
and Treasureron fine* 248 00
By amount on street tax 1100
Clerk and Treasurer.