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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 December 1887

jjg W'tíMSwmfW % VOL. 1. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday, December 28,1887. •s? NO. 19. W\ Iffei r ■h. uS ¡1*1 it,. i ' - Local and Personal Mention. i Try Crown Patent Floor. Mr. Fay reports a fine hotel trade. Ladies, for a nice dress, cheap, see that new cashmere at Shaller *s. School Books at Monty's news stand. Mr. L. B. Higgins has heen trans- ferred to Woodward, I. T. Toys, toys, toys, at Monty's news stand. % The Free Press 13 the place to get your Fine Job Work. Miss Lillie Yenoy spent Christmas in Mobeetie. * The best shooting shot guns for rent by Culver & Smith. Marshal Akins received a large num- ber of Xmas gifts. Try_Front£ltank Flour. Mr. O. H. Nelson [is the town lot agent for Panhandle. Hock bottom prices on dry goods, boots and shoes at Shaller's. For a good shave and hair cut go to the Tonsorial Rooms of J. P. Yaeger, Second St., back *>f Van Horn's. Hon. L. E. Finch returned from Burlingame, Ks., Monday evening. Bargains in heating and cooking...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 December 1887

mm CANADIAN, TEXAS Algernon Swinburne says he doet his best work after an early breakfast It is said that Senator Hiscock is a fatalist and believes what is to be wili be. Mrs. Marshall O. Roberts is the eight-millionaire widow of a mining king. Baroness Bcrdett Coutts has just received a bequest of $9,000,000 from a relative. Mrs. Joseph Harrison, the widow of the man who built the iirst railroad in Russia, has $4,000,000. The queen of Roumania has written a Christmas story for one of the news- papers published in her capital Charley Foster, who writes the funny stuff in the Omaha World, ia the soberest and most melancholy man in that city. TnE prince of Naples, who has just come of age, is pronounced to be the most accomplished crown prince in Europe. % Duke Carl Theodore of Bavaria, who practices as a physician last year had 4,000 patients and performed 200 operations for diseases of the eye. Henry Labodchere has received 10,000 new sixpences from some un- known friend, to be dis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 December 1887

. V- - ■ -JÉ -i -V ?•' HEglF -Sí" HN? 'i s '5. a p& Ü~ •;r- - > uire's Wooing. "You Com- Squire Kimball was working in his garden, when Lucy Keene came do vn the road that beautiful May morning. The sight of her fresh young face set the old man thinking how at one time in.his life he had loved her mother, and the daughter's face seemed exactly l<ke the one he had known so well 4"Good morning!" he called out cheerily from his work. "Good morning!" said the girl, stop- ping at the fence and shading her eyes with her hands. **My! how your strawberries grow—I don't believe we'll get a pailful out of our patch." "Well, you tell your ma she can help herself to mine whenever she wants 'cm. Tell her 1*11 come over Saturday and bring some of them with me. But 1 say, 1 had a letter from Charley yes terday," with a smile, "Yes?" she said, blushing and pull- ing at a daisy in her hand. ought to be glad of that, squire, ing down here?" "For a few days, that's all." "Well, don't disappo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 December 1887

WW- E9 m ¡ * ' w. &«Mi's H Canadian Free Press, THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. IABM 4 LODlflCI, Edilgfi and Proprieton, •1.50 per year; 81 for six months. ' strictly in advance. Entered at the Pcstoflice at Canadian as second-class matter. published every WEDNESDAY AT canadian, TEXAS. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge, - - - - - - E. E. Polly Sheriff, ..... T. T, McGee Deputy Sheriff, - - G. W. Akins Clerk, - JtH. Hopkins Treasurer. - - - J. J. Gerlach Leirel adviser to the Commission- ers* Court, ... . IJ. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Assessor. H. E. Siders Surveyor, - - - 8. L. Straufrhan COMMISSIONERS. First District. ... Samuel Pollard Second District, - - - G. C. Akins Third District, ... Jchn Anderson Fourth District, - - George Simpson District Judge, District Attorney, Frank Willis L. D. Miller TERMS OF COURT: Coufety Court, for both civil and criminal business, first Monday in February, May, August and November, and may remain in sessiou three we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 January 1888

'I¡S;'" -; ' - ^ ^ .- • -3& :- - -. - ■_■ /: z:g.s>r A- "'■••■ «'■ 1* i are Likery eive i thDi >ne y «■ i aion< ps Fion* st lin< idle. 3 iy has nerly | 5 real esh oj 1 cfekrt i rama ilofti e city DO th€ .eaven lil to lien H. lit Texas . McKN and C \ ansas 7 :t for ail to t* n day ;f f I Jerry mey d . "f Xmaa.X 'íytbit \ ml bla dinnei ill tile >ei*ved tine sty l* luncl a 1 s btiild J. at his ts will nd Jj ews str Belt, th| íliánt/í ly for^l; undredf Sd ■ r k I. f & Mt> 1887. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR. 1888. A CHRISTMAS STORY. THE STAIN IN THE SNOW. A conservatory dimly lighted with sil- ver lamps, clear soft strains of music coming from the distant ball-room, with the hum of many voices, and the low- laughter of society, all mellowed 1 >y the distance. Then the music stopped, and the two started, as if just woke up to the realities of life. "I must go," said she, with startled eyes. There was only time to whisper, as lie just put her fti the brou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 January 1888

H $1.-50 Í £ A Enter rur.Li hem: Jucl^cv Shcriffi I)epnt| Clerk, Trcasii Leffcl 1 ers'C JuHtiCf A#t*esKi Survej First E Second Third ) F«urtt Distric l>i*tri< I font combé one year « lor on AsJ iimn, they I Imm: «1 delt ingt« can I moni tise t clad} trodi priat at th with the J for t) liibit eredi the thoiij strai On tion const pend «rati !less ] linio bong paid cent* Tt raise aid t tiom acco T| coun sevc: and worl peop Pan! port! 3ear mciii to co tion. I Le ie n< I > ear: K\ I prop llive ed ol the ( lor im Ms ai rH SHRISVM.HS BSIiliS HDD DSW Y0.HR'S SHLÍLÍ. :M,:W * I fi t a 3-z^i^^SUgmÉgk ^79L¿ his angel Gabriel ter take my affidavid dat I tank Mistah Simpkinson fo' dis goose—" Bang! Another brick. "Hurry up yo' pray'r, Johnsing, er de chillern won't nab no ap'tite fo' de blessed Chrisinus goose," cried Mrs. Johnson, as she raised the knife. "I am mos* frew, lub chillern, yo' jess keep yo' eyes 'pon de yartliquake while yo' fodder 'splains dis goose bizness to de good L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 January 1888

IP t? i f - Y mm. . : = iiu SHRIS¥MHS BSLiliS .ROD D@W Y@/IR'S S/?LÍLÍ. are lakery* }eive c th Da >ne y ] alont han ►ves. ; Kiow ^lerfc I ?, spei iPiancl Fronl ;> 1st lint lidie. 3 |ly has lerly ) rest |esh oy c bUt 11 ram a doff i: on the caven .McK and C~ I ansae t for y [ail to tf n day ;j |l Jerry ncy ¿L iXmas. íytbii) Ind bla: J dinofBtf lull the served ( ine sty> luncl la Cafo, rs builíl IJ. Sut at his is will , CHRISTMAS EVE. Across the sea. Where far and high the boundless billows roll That bring to me Sweet memories that fill my longing sonl, My weary hands reach out to night, As mariner's to distant light. Through joy and sorrbw, love, and blight, I sit and grieve This Christmas Eve, This Christmas Eve. Through all the earth, With all its old, sweet, patient ways of love As from its birth, The Christ-child faith is potent still to move; The same old bliss and joy will come; The faces turning back to home— The myriad hearts of Christendom, They still believe. This ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 January 1888

pISPíS r-y-r* &,5 i IW ¡I i 1' i : ;. *:>>.r.t- * .••'•• - • . •:•-.--V -■!,' ■-. ■ :j.y'?g^r ' " "> * "''*la¡fF^%-• • r •"' 11 :: 'V--; V |p: ÍSlP ' ; :';"■ — ■ " ~ ' ■ " -- ■-.■'■'■ - .'• ' ¡SrajSaft&i .. P^lfpd -] • i pi 1 mmmmm 1 H 3 vIHr Pe Ck T* - Mi Di. on ■ ■ ■ 1 B «w "5 *1 «ir tm Im «i d in« caí mó titff cla> tro pri- at i wit the for liib eré the tho str; C t ioi con pen gra less uni boa rai« cen T rafe aid tior acci t COU! sevi audi WOf peoj Pan port yeai men to Ci tion U Le n 5 eat >er§ iloil >ngl jmpi ta i)4 M 'ree INet Pity rh >in my Oi ieti }ity II. Iré )USÍ Pi F rill kid >m >ui *an rea O nil | rid lut loll >r n ©HRISVMHS I3@LiLiS HUD D@W YSflR'S &RUU. A CHRISTMAS STORY. (Continued from First Pape. taken into confidence either by Trevor or his sister, could not guess that the letter which he had in his pocket was of any importance. He caught her just as she was coming out of her room with her bonnet on ready to start for Chari...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 January 1888

smsm: m Vol. l. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday, January 4, 1888. — Local and Personal Mention. Try Crown Patent Flour. II. J. Nesper is in the city. Try Gold Medal Flour. Billy Wilson is down from Miami. Mr. Fay reports a fine hotel trade. Samuel Monohan'is on the sick-list. Try Front Rank Flour. Collier Williams of Iliggins is in the city. Cloaks and blanketsJat^Shaller's" at cost. W. P. Ilardwick arrived in the city yesterday. _ . „ __ «r • . store, as I have an interest in one of Panhandle Newspaper L mon or As- ' . . r * tho líxít nnrQPVioc in Koncua qtih Frank Charlton, book keeper for the town lot company of Panhandle, is in the city, Frank was one of the first to arrive in the city, from Burlingame, Kas. B. K. Herrington & Co. are agents for the celebrated Hazelton Roller stills Flour. They will sell you a bet- ter grade far. cheaper than you have ever bought before. Give them a call. Robert Cannon, Buffalo N. Y., C. B. Rhodes, Denver Col., and Mose Hays, all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 January 1888

XV I me Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS HPi " V (- •i' t. ♦ r w % i y- - i The prince of Wales bas ordered v handsome gold watch to be presented to John L. Sullivan. ( Jambs Judge of Kenosha, Wis., al- though totally blind, is one of the most skillful plumbers in the town. Dr. Schliermann is at present en- gaged in excavations at the Temple of Venus in the island-of Cerigo. Mrs. Langtrt bought a handsome and expensive rocking-chair a few days ago and ordered it sent to the prince of Wales. Thomas Nasi says it is only right that a mountain peak should bear his name, as he has in his time piqued a great many persons. Henrt Labouchere says that dur- ing the Sandringham battles two weeks ago the prince of Wales was shot in the nose by a careless guest. ■ i ! Mrs. Crobar is a powerful lever in a Saginaw, Mich., church society, where the Rev. Mr. Broadax hews a branch from the tree of evil every Sunday. The emperor of Austria will cele- brate his jubilee next December. He has asked t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 January 1888

■&:L ;■ ■ • Sis 31 IBS &*' IP. SE#:: HI i' & . • B ;:• Bps; M y * ALAD PIU, ten I was a beggarly boy, And lived in a cellar damp, I bad not a friend or a toy, But I bad Aladdin's lamp; When I could not sleep for cold, I had fire enough in my brain, And builded with roofs of gold. My beautiful castles in Spain. fcben I have toiled day and night, I have money and power good store, y* ^f iye my lamps of silver bright For one that is mine no more; F°rtune, whatever you choose, You gave, and may snatch again, bave nothing 'twould pain me to lose, V *or I own no more castles in Spain! james rossell. Lowell. I GIRL CRUSOE. Thrlltng Experiences cf a Mission- ary's Castaway Daughter. Among the forthcoming fall publica- tions of a well-known Eastern pub- lishing house is a book which promises to be replete with interest, entitled "Missionary Life and Labors in the South Sea Islands." It is the pro- duction of Misa Hannah Durstoc, young lady who has spent her entire life among the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 January 1888

■r.'í. i*' ra BiX P? !"-á- S- p Év ' i ^ • '"i;.r:;^---; r~~ 4 L80VICK, Etfilsrs «I Proprietir:. ti.50 per teak; $1 for six months. strictlt in advance. £nt«red at the Postoffice-fit Canadian as second-class matter. published evert wednesday at canadian, texas. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. budge. ------ E. E. Polly Sheriff, - - - - T. T. Mcüee Deputy Sheriff, - - G. W. Akins Clerk. ----- J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. - - - J. J. Gerlacb J/O.aral adviser to the Commission- ers' Court, ... - B. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Assessor. ----- H. E. Siders Surveyor, - - - - R. L. Straughan COMMISSIONERS. First District, ... Samuel Pollard Second District, - - - G. C. Akins Third District, - - - John Anderson Paurth District, - - George Simpson District Judge, District Attorney, Frank Willis L. D. Miller TERMS OF COURT: County Court, for both civil and criminal business, first Monday in February, May, August and November, and may remain in session three weeks. Regular terms of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 January 1888

Vol. i. sal and Personal Mention. é iM f- ¿V Try frown Patent Flour. Colonel Belt is in Kiowa. Sunday School is well attended. Bargains in heating and cooking staves at Culver & Smith's. Needed! $30p to complete the School House. Ladies, for a nice dress, cheap, see that new caslunere at Shaller^. John Preston has returned from a short business trip. Try Gold Medal Flour. Mr. Smith, of Culver & Smith, was in Kiowa this week. Rock bottom prices on dry goods, boots and shoes at Seller's. W. G. GaHaher, of Big Timber was in the city Monday. * * Men and boy's overcoats at actual cost at the California Store. W. P. Hardwick was in the city this week. For your lunches and meals go to the Vienna Cafe, Second street, in the Town Co.'s building. Mace Herrington has been indis- posed for several days this week. Do not fail to try Tex's fresh oys- ters. Open day and night. Assessor Thompson, of Wheeler county, is in the city. Cloaks and blankets at Shaller's at cost. Robert Cannon of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 January 1888

O. * * - ■; v ii „ .. * -v'W- 'f :¡ * k v: > •, BU |§ r k KV ÍP- Üi — ian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS Whittier is receiving many con- gratulations in connection witii bis 80tb birthday. The funeral of Vice President Hen- dricks cost the government $4,300; and has fast been paid. Explorer Greelt does not believe tbat tbe north pole will ever be reached except by balloon. Emperor William, according to a prophecy based on his handwriting, is to live to be 100 vears old. Colonel Don Piatt claims to have originated the word "crank1' as ap- plied to eccentric people. Í*or thirty-two years Mrs. Catherine Murdock has kept the light in the Rondoat (N. Y.) lighthouse burning brightly. J. S. Lamont. the father of the president's private secretar^, has been the leading merchant of McGraw- ville, N. Y., for the past twenty-five years. The late James M. Pierce of San Diego, Cal.t at his death left a fortune of over $100,000 to found and support a school for homeless boys and girls. Judge Tocrg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 January 1888

Ujfci j é\ h || i gg i fiction. * K'f ííVp - Cosmopolitanism of Mr. ©©org© Arthur Stevens. m- ■ %:W CiTBODCCTIOX. 11 ^ ®®* know how soon this history will be £ÍTen to the world. It may be ver? soon, or perhaps years will elapse before mankind un- derstands the great enigma tnat I have sought t*> solve—the enigma of my existence. As yet the riddle is not read—the mystery may last "my lifetime, and then scientists and profes- sional men can investigate the strange cir- cumstances that hare been mine, and arrive at their own several conclusions reearding them. Then the world can read these pasres and speculate upon them. But not until I am wholly free from this horrible curse, trill I Jfive the record of my blighted career for pub- lication. It may help, it can't possibly hinder. At present, however, I am suffering untold misery. I am just twenty-ehiht, of moderate height, with spare moustache and side- whiakers of a sandy hue. It is not that, though, which worries me, it is the unf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 January 1888

: • '• >C ".Oí: í: if . J. • ;•;= ' ■ la! r --*•*—« ' -;-vv ••■ •" - - '•- " ¡N4 tí * ,'rac m SSK m m ti;«. - P Canadian Free Press, THB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. MM i LU6VICK, Editors ind Pnprietiri, •1.50 PER YEAR; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. published every wednesday at canadian, texas. "HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge, ------ E. E. Polly Sheriff, - - - - - T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, - - - G. W. Akins Clerk, ----- J, H. Hopkins Treasurer. - - - J. J. Gerlach Legal advlpcr to the Commission- ers' Court. - - - - B. M. Baker Justiee of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Assessor, H. E. Siders Surrey or, - - - S. L. Straugban COMMISSIONERS. First District, ... Samuel Pollard Second District, - - - G. C. Akins Third District, ... John Anderson Fourth District, - - George Simpson District Judge,- District Attorney, Frank Willis L D. Miller TERMS OF COURT: County Court, for both civil and crimlnnl business, f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 January 1888

■■ •' -*••• ' mm m. v\. ,• i. KfiSsjs ■¡¡Sgl " i c * • ^ Vol. l. Canadian, tt-f.m-ptttt.t. county, Texas, Wednesday, January 18,1888. NO. 22. Local and Personal Mention. Try Crown Patent Floor- Ladies, for a nice dress, cheap, see ttiat new cashmere at Shaller's. Try Gold Medal Flour. A dancing party was given Monday evening. A bridge? Try Front Rank Flour. Hemphill County unanumous for bridge. A bridge? Mr. Ed Grant, the bridge builder of Newton Ks., is in the city, for the pur- pose of laying before the commission- ers, plans for a bridge across the Canadian at this point. He has built Rock bottom prices on d0' goods, |J "*?.J"™ Arkansna riverat boots and shoes at ¡""tiler's. Spean-iile, Inc^l s (liOO feetinlengtü) Gorden City. Wichita and other places. We would be pleased to have good T, v „ • + c correspondents all over the Panhandle, j fm ty^ t Men and boy's overcoats cost at the California Store. Al Roberts, of Miami, has been pay ing Canadian a visit tlie past week. ing Canad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 January 1888

• . sí* .*■ ¿íkS-Sísíiíáí® ÉitíÉtíi - * ifi#KMiÍÍÉSí"- ■ ■•'■* - li^iafiírifc* • ., fctV- &®£iÉ3É Canadian Free Press. > KI L'-< Mi: g :••- • mi;. i ■ > CANADIAN, TEXAS Got. Marmardcke, of Missouri, is dead, at the age of 54 years. Since Jake Sharp was released on bail bis health has steadily improved. Thomas Wallace, the well-known billiard expert, died at Baltimore, aged 26. The noted German tenor, Anton Schott, has built a big church out of his operatic earnings. Dr. H. Y. Hayden, the well-known geologist and writer, is dead at Phila- delphia at the ago of 58 years. The presents to the Pope, in honor of his jubilee celebration, it is said, amount to $15,000,000 in value. The late William Hilton, of Boston, bequeaths $400,000 to various educa- tional and charitable institutions. President Hill, of the Manitoba ^road, lays claim to 230 acres of Jand adjacent to West St. Paul, valued at $1,000,000. Gladstone expresses the belief that peace will continué throughout the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 January 1888

• • ' ' ' ' R&K: m \ !• IS. l::v RgAOY FOR BUSINESS. ilttees of the National House of Representatives. "Washington, D. C., Jan! 5.-Speakcr Car- completed big list of assignments to com- Ittee service of the house of representatives «« night and laid it before the house to- The following are tfie chairmen of the com- mittees: Ways «na means, Mills of Texas; appropriations^ Randall of Pennsylvania; ju- ulary, Culberson of Texas; banking and cur- rency, Willing of Ohio; coinage, weights and measures, Norwood of Georgia; commerce, ™raV of Missouri, rivers aud harbors, Blanch- «n of Louisiana; merchant marine and fish- eries, Dunn of Arkansas; agriculture, Hatch Of Mlssiouri; foreign affaire, Townshend of Illinois; naval affairs, Herbert of Alabama; postoffices and post roads, Blount of Georgia; public lands, Holmau of Indiana; Indian af- fairs, Peel of Arkansas; territories, Springer of Illinois; railways and canals, Davidson of Florida; manufactures, Bacon of New York; mines and mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 January 1888

- . . • mr mm :±: gfj K -*.-. < r- m-- B%K r Mgfe '- . i£f.. g£r •ggss Canadian Free Press, THE official organ of hemphill county. 1*1111 4 LD0W1CK, Editors i il PwprtctDrsT" 91.50. per year; SI for six months. strictly in advance. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. V HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. J E. E. Polly Sheriff, t. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, - - . G. W. Aklns ----- J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. - - - - J.J.Gerlach Lejgnl adviser to the Commission- er#-Court, .... B.M. Raker Justice of the Peace, - . Chris Stump Assessor, - - - - . h. E. Slders Surveyor, - - - - S. L. Straughan COMMISSIONERS. First District, ... Samuel Pollard Second District, - - - c. C. Akins Third District, - - . John Anderson fourth District, - - George Simpson ÍMstríct Judge, District Attorney, Frank Willis L. D. Miller TERMS OF COURT: Confety Court, for both civil and criminal business, first Monday in February, May, Auinilt and November, ...

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