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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 June 1888

m b I I I f M i 1 I K i !♦ u I •J tfdge, COUNTY OFFICERS. v.. B. FgIIt t. Vi Saeriffand Tax Collector, Deputy Sheriff, Clerk, Treasurer, Atí orne y, Assesso r, T. T. McGee G. VV Akins J. F. Hopkins J. T. Gerlach B. M. Baker Lewis Dirr W. S. Decker ocnl ¡¡¡furnymph a. Local Items Calculated to Amuse, Instruct and ÉSnteftáiix our Readers. Siirveror. COMMISSIONERS. First District, Second *4 Third 44 George SímpsOÜ Fourth *T. 11 Anderson Nice weather continues. Try a sack of O. B. patent. T.J. Payne was in town on Satur- Samuel Polh.id , , . akífih í ^ Crops are ¿aid to be in fine con- dition. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. lu. on the second Sunday in each month. W. A. Coofuk, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. Services iit 11 o'clock a. iu. atjd 8 o'clock i>. in. on the first H^nday in eiicl montlh 1 ti " -t IT f l)i. .t.'-..'.' Horse racing at Canadian on the Fourth. Roping match at Canadian on the Fourth. Business now seems to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 June 1888

!i II. SjMMí I -*^ ■—■ " '- * " *■ •"" *« ¡i a PK0HIBITI0N1STS. Platform and Nominations of the National Convention. General Clinton II. Flake Nominated For President and «X. A. Brooks of Kansas City For Vice-President — The Third Party Enthusiastic. Indianapolis, Ind., May 31.—The Na- tional Prohibition convention met yester- day morning and was celled to order by Chairman Dickie, of the National Commit- tee. Prayer was offered by Bam SmalL Rev. H. C. Delano, of Connecti- cut, was mode temporary chairman, and J. B. Cranfield, of Texas; Mrs. M. M. Brown, of Cincinnati, and' G. F. Wells, of Minnesota, secretaries Committees were appointed and a recess taken. Upon reassembling the Committee on Credentials reported every Stats and Territory represented except Mississippi. Louisiana, South Carolina and Wyoming. The Committee on Perman'n* Organiza- tion reported for chairman John P. St. John, of Kansas; secretaries, Rev. Sam Small, of Georgia, J. B. Cranfield, of Texas, and s is Clinton ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 June 1888

,£> i , : yg 6*! i * ' 3%' i ur*3* 5 '- x v> :44 «a > \ H k I 1.1 1 i hi h i I : I i I \\\ E {• #• | k j mtí&& *§r* í :•*.. .y."' «&a ^ v r ¡I ARKANSAS TORNADO. A Village Partially Destroyed and Quite a Number of People Hurt. A Prof« S3or and Two Young: Ladies Drowned by the Upsetting: of a „ Rickety Boat, Newspaper Man Killed—Great Fire at Panama—Accident on the Mani- toba RoacL Little Rock, Ark., June4.—In Washing- ton County, this State, Saturday, Evans- rille. a place of 500 people, was partially destroyed by a cyclone, the residences of Goodrich, Walla, Denton, McClue, Hoeman, Flynn, Mathewson, Ferguson and others be ng completely wrecked and several business houses carried away. A partial list of the injured includes Lulu Flynn, dangerously; Mrs. J. R. Flynn, seriously in head; Ruth Flynn, arms broken; Mrs. Martha Flynn. internally; Marion Flynn, severely; J. R. Flynn, daugerously; Squire T. D. Mathews, dangerously; Mrs. S. A. Mathews, dangerously; Mrs. T....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 June 1888

(jJIWl «¿V - W ^HINQTON LETTER. (From regular correspondent.) V aáiiington, June 4,1888. St. Louis is the Mecca toward which tbe oves of all good democrats are novr turning. This week when the democratic convention meets there it will only have to ratify the choice of the party, long since mode, oí a candidate for the pies ment of Agriculture which has already been passed by the House, has been favorably reported to the Senate* and it certain to pass that body at an early day; then the Com missioner of Agriculture will become a member of the Cabinet. Mr. fuller's nomination is still <'hung up" by the republicans in the Senate. The Senate finance committee re- ported adversely the House bill to lissue paper fractional currency, but reducing the fee for postal notes under one dollar to one cent. Gen. Sheridan has been danger- íously ill; he is now somewhat bet- ter, though the danger is by no means past. Valvular disease of the heart idency; to formally accept and adopt tie ciatfor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 June 1888

a: 1 I \ I t * - V** * 4 : • 1 j I ll 5 p \) i % j \ i \ V VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1888. NO. 33 -r~ J. W. REYNOLDS, :Wholesale and Retail Dealer in: FEED STUFFS, GRAINS MD SEEDS, wGENEKAl DEA1KR IN-w IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS, HARROWS RAKES AND PLOWS. BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS. GENERAL AGENT FOR THE BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES. WILL DUPLICATE ANY PRICE IN 77IE PAN- HANDLE- WRITE FOR CASE PRICES- tJ^S^Ptys hi#hc.st Ca-sh prices Fur hides And Furs. MAIN STREET, - - CANADIAN, TEXAS. All Over ths Panhandle. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED i FROM OUR EXCHANGES. STORM. 1 GERLACH 1JROTHERS. (DEALE ¡S IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Oar Load lots and are prepared to give yon Low Fisrires. 3IF0RE BUYINS Elsewhsrs Call & SET. PRICES íSfNo Countrif Town can Duplicate our p> ice MC AN ADIAN, ... TEXAS. JESS 1L, £. Finch, p:oc;d<-it THE Hknry Hamburg, Yice-Preo F. S. Lord, Cashier TRADERS BANK, O F CANADIAN, TEXAS. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 June 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. PEEEKAS E. kiileb, Editoz ft PnVr. ft >s 1 I \\ PUBLISHED EVEiiV THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Nows. CONGRESS. Tiik Senate on the 4ih passed a number of bills, mostly of a local nature, many of them being bills for public buildings and bridges, among them a bill appropriating $150,000 for a public building at Sedalia, Mo. The bill re- tiring General Ploasanton with the rank of Major passed; ateo a bill retiring General Av- erill with the same rank: also a bill creating an additional retired list of the army for eighty officers now in active servioe. In all seventy- eight bills passed, forty of which were pension bills....But little business was transacted m the House, no quorum being present. The day in ihe Senate on the 5th was de- voted to the consideration of the Consular and Diplomatic Appropriation bill. No iinal action was reached After routine business the House went into Committee of the Whole on the Tariff ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 June 1888

y A RELIABLE LEADER. vi If 1 II I \ Í i Grover BLOODY-SHflRT JOHN. Cleveland'*' Untiring: Vigilance, Coiir ^'« and Firmness. Senator John James In galls, who is not friendlv to the President, has ex- pressed tiie opinion that Mr. Cleveland is more phenomenal.than Napoleon. The vitriolic Senator from Kansas tlid not mean to be complimentary. But lie was so in spite of himself. For those qualities of the great French soldier and law-giver, in which Mr. Cleveland resembled him, were his good qualities. Grover Cleveland possesses much of the keenness of vision, the untiring vigilance, the courage and firmness, and not a little of the audacity in great things, that made Napoleon Bonaparte the great- est soldier in history. As a power in the world's affairs there was no accounting forNapolecm, and there is no accounting for Grover -Cleveland. Both will take places in history among phenomena. Both rose sudden)}' from obscurity, and when so elevated both displayed remarkable powers of leade...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 June 1888

\. N &(4 {¡¡¿xnadinn Published every Thureday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Krtured at the Post Office at Canadian Texts. a* second class matter. Tnuás of Subscription: Omg Year, in advance, §1.50. Six Month , " $1.00- a democratic jouknal. Twcksdat, Junk 14, 1SSS. A steady g~owth is the most healtbly condition for towns and counties to have. Such a condition has the Panhandle. It has been suggested that the meeting of the Editorial Association be postponed from July 4 to latfct date. We are heartily in favor of such a course being pursued, in view of the fact that patriotism will run rampant in nearly all the Panhandle towns on that day and the Knights of the Quill will earnestly desire to drink mineral water at home with their friends. There are in Texas more than 25,000,000 acres of ■superior public lands for •utile to all actual sciilei s at from$3-00to $4-00 anacre and on fortv years' time at ki low rate of interest• OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For President «G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 June 1888

ff j.' I [t 1 it ) (: \ ll f COUNTY OFFICERS. /•'udge, E. E. Polly Sheriff :in¡l Ta* Collector, 'J'. T. McGc'e Ueputy Sheriff, O. Akins | Clerk. J. F. iiopkirrt i Treasurer, J.J. Gerlach j Attorney, B. M. Baker j A^c^sor, Lewis Dirr íSurveror. W. 8. Dccker ! COMMISSIONERS. First District, Samuel Polla.td Sfi-on<] " G. C. Akins ¡ Third u George Simpson j Fourth '• J. II Anderson ! CHURCH DIRECTORY. ocal ífjara graphs. Local Items Calculated to Amuse, instruct and Sntertain our Readers. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Service* at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m< on tbc Feconcl Sunday in e;ich month; W. X. CdoPER; Pastor: ME THODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUÍlí; Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. on thelirst Sunday in each month. W. L. ILviUii^ Vast or. BAPTIST. Services at 11 o'clock a. ra and S p. ni. on the fourth Sunday in each month. J. F.Eli>kr, Pastor. affair^ was well attended and a suc- cess in every way. Ice-cream was served at the residence ot E. D* Troxel. The Band of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 June 1888

9M9MWWKPÍ PPXI NATIONAL COiíVENTION. Meeting of the National Demo- cratic Convention in Exposition Hall at St. Louis. Cray Decorations—Cleveland Renom- inated by Acclamation for President. Allen 6. Thurman, of Ohio, For Vice- President—Sympathy For Sheridan— The Platform. St. Louis, June 5.—The Democratic Na- tional convention began to gather in the early hours of this morning although the gavel of Chairman Barnum, of the Na- tional Committee, would not announce its ■opening until noon. The trickling stream of humanity which bepjan to run into the fcig Exposition building as early as eight o'clock soon grew to a torrent which surged and filled the great nave of the hall to overflowing, and long before noon 10,000 human faces were g ziug upon the high „ desk reserved for the pre- siding oáeor of the convention, as yet empty, but with its gleaming white silver gavel—a gift of the Colorado delega- tion—full of curious interest for the ex- pectant multitude. The noblo proportions of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 June 1888

r ip.w , ,-t^t iiTim ifi'tiiii «i i Mmmat m.ts^mm A DAKOTA STOKM. •I ÍI V III y i. ; 1 r- * 4 Heavy Wind and Raia Storm at Fort Yates-—Several Lives Lost. The Upper Michigan Peninsula Also Ravaged—Incessant Rains—Sol- diers Wrecked. Serious Fires—Three Killad and Two Fatally Injured by a Tenement House Burning at Lowell. Fort Yates, Dak., Juna 1L—-Tho great- est tempest ever known in this part of Dakota passed over this point at two o'clock Saturday morning. Houses were blown down, fences lifted up aad buried through space for miles, traos torn up by their roots and borne along for sev- eral rods and Indian tepees picked up and landed no one knows where. The wind came up while people at the Fort and in vicinity were sleeping, and the first intima- tion they had was the removal of their roofs from over their heads by the storm king. Wiih ^the wind came ihe heaviest thunder aud the most vivid lightning ever seen here. Ten minutes after the storm broke it began to rain in torrents, kee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 June 1888

WASHINGTON LETTER. (From our regalar correspondent.) Washington, Jane 4, 1888. The President and Mrs. Cleveland celebrated the second anniversary of their marriage on Saturday at Oak View, their suburban residence, by having a few friends take tea arrangement with the Western Union com pan}', that will continue the present Monopoly. Here is another instance of the Senate favoring big J O corporations. Public opinion com- pelled the Senate to pass a bill for- feiting all the unearned grants of land to railroads. In order to make it as easy as possible on the corpor- ations, the bill only forfeited the lands, through which the roads had Dot built. When this bill reached with them. About sixty prominent members Houge colnmittee on PubUc of both Houses of Congress arc in Lanng m Holm.n, of Indiana attendance upon the national con vention at St. Louis. Many more would have been there had they not been unwilling to leave the pending tariff discussion in the lower House. Three days of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 June 1888

vol. 1 canadian, texas, thursday. june 21, 1888. no. 84 i > i ) / . t . • * J. W. REYNOLDS, :Wholesale and Retail Dealer in:— FEED STUFFS, G-RAINS AND SEEDS, -^GBNEKAl DEAlETt IN'-^ implements, wagons, harrows rakes and plows. BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS 7 • GENERAL AGENT FOR THE BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES. WILL DUPLICATE ANY PRICE LA" THE PAN- HANDLE- WRITE FOR CASH PRICES• íís^Piys highest Cash prices For hide? And Furs. main street, - - - canadian, texas. All Over the Panhandle. FACTS AND FIGUBES GLEANED FROM OUS EXCHANGES. GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IX GROCERIES, DRY GOODS Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AMD BATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots and are prepared to give yon low Fi? ires. -SITORI BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET.PRICES É.W*.No Country Town can Duplicate our pj ice CANADIAN, ... TEXAS. Amarillo lias district court this week. Lipscomb lias organized a base ball Bine Ochiltree lias a singing class in active and successful operation. w* Commissioners' C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 June 1888

rip ' v X =« THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. rBEEMAir É. miLEB, Editor ft Pub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGILES3. After routine business in the Senate on the 11th the Fisheries treaty was taken np in open executive session, and the Senate was addressed by Senator Gray in support of it. At the close of his remarks it was laid aside until Monday, the 25th. Adjourned....In the House bills and resolutions were introduced, among them a resolution by Mr. Dough- erty, of Florida, reciting the fact that there seemed to be no possibility of the passage of the Mills bill; that there is a large and daily increasing surplus in the treasury; that the civil war had made it necessary and just to have a large pension list; that the suc- cess of the United States armies made possible and secure the accumulation of large private and corporate fortunes, and instructing the Ways and Means Committee to report bills re- pealing all laws provi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 June 1888

'i t * í 1| / ■ y THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. PBEEMAI S. KILLER, Editor * Pnb'r. published every thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS THE JUG AND THE JAR. A jug and a jar rested side by side Oa a shelf in the cupboard—tiiey both were cracked, And the jar had a nick it could not bide, And the jug a part of its nozzle lacked, But it held whatever was put inside, And its trusty handle remained intact. The jar had leaked, and the treacherous seam With putty was mended, and filled so true That the poor maimed thing in its own esteem Was just exactly as good as new. And it dared in its satisfied pride to dream That such was its owner s opinion, too. The jug was piqued at the foolish conceit Of its va.n little neighbor, and laughingly said: "Your cover is missing; that you're not dis- creet Is due to the fact that you haven't a head— We must oxtrcise charity always and treat With 'especial forbearance the weak: and ill- bred. **1 nrn older thai you arc—cost more, and my in asur'j * Js cUbt rime- your ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 June 1888

K V" i L í i? ríj. ffií, C3^,;> ^ 3c í.*a . >r-> '- -'• T " *«t-; *T • ■ <&>T ~~ ÜH l#fláÉ 4§}(* jfcmadwn (¡¡¿resceuí' — - - — ■ ■ — ■ ■ — * "* — * ~ ,, ♦Pnhashed every Thursday Morning E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Kkitorcd at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms ok ISubscuiption: Oae Year, in advance, $L50. Six Months, rt $1.(0 A l fcmocratir jouunal. t it u sis dat, Ji nk 21, 1888. There are in Texas more thtr.i 2 o.000.000 acres of superior public lands for sale, to all actual settlers at from $200 to $4-00 ana ere and op forty noars' time at a, low rate "f interest- OUR NATIONAL TICKET. District Court. Ft : Pmi'lent ckovkr Cleveland Por Vir,;-Pre«:'Tent ALLEN : Tí! crm an. ■rs..ri announcements. Tnder rhialipad wdi (liven or.nounee- TDPDtfl mcanrlMa-y for public office to run until thr «-'.fai'v. :.r< November next, at ifoe follow in^j rates: State, Pi strict an ! County offices. PreciiK*. offices í?o.u Term- are stricth and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 June 1888

t? ;! t'dl'N'Tf dÍTICERS. I • j m i í ) i i 1 - .Judge, íVienfTand Tax Collector, 1)^,1 ufcjf SUeritV, Tinas uner. Atíbra<?5% Asse^^r. ííhnorors - E. .£. Polly 'í. t. MeOee G. ti" .Vkiní .J. F. Hopkins J. J. Gerlaeb B. M. Baker Lewis Dirr W. S. Decker The new passenger trains looír like business and are receiving a good patronage. A meeting in vi 12 interests of the concert was held at the court ífc^rse Tuesday night last. A new business house Í3 being COMMISSIONERS. jir*t. l>i trfet, Samuel Pollajd M'o;ni •• u.Ci.ykin* erected on the south side of main rhiva Fourth ft* OVorge Fimp.aou •T. II Anih-rjirffi CHURCH DIRECTORY. MKTIIODIST EPISCOPAL. Services at 11 o'clock a. in. and 8 o'clock p. hi. on the sis out! Sunday in each month W. A. CoocEH. Pastor. MKTIIODIST EPISCOPAL. SOUTH. Service* al II o'clock a* m. ami & o'clock p ?o. oíi ttie llr*t Sitrldav in. eaeh tntuith: \V, (.."ihitiifi. Mustoe, It A ITtsT, Srrvieos at 11 oVloi'k a. ni and n p. hi. on the fourth Sunday in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 June 1888

.//"k V? £¿ { V\" j Nil ■ - .-. • . v-:^.:- v . T • •-:. r ■ " :~ <■' ;^VPW ggSgga m OUR BABIES. if- pmmmk W^WmWS^i V • f - t r,£@ - -- - '♦#>^5 "i—- |ii* r*. j . -Se-i í^H'Í.:?^íK^^F5hBHHH -W1 '-■ ■ CAPUCHIN CATACOMBS. Will Carleton Describes th© Unique Mor- tuary Place of Palermo. The most un'/que curiosity of this city is the Capuchin Catacombs. You enter a plain hall hung with a multi- tude of small paintings. These are pictorial tragedies, telling the form in which death came to those within. But this was only the ante-room to the great assembly room of death. A mild, innocent-looking, barefooted monk led .us into a long corridor, with strong shelves upon each side—arranged not unlike the berths of a steamer, only there «ver# five or six of them in a tier. Upon these shelves lay in full view the skeletons of the departed—many of them clothed as if they were still living. Some of them had white kid gloves upon their hands; one woman was dressed in pink • satin, and the poo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 June 1888

J I I \ 1 TfiAIN BOBBERS AGAIN. The Northern Pacific Stoppod and Kobbod in Montana— Tlje Coaclieg Perforated With Bullets— The Indian Territory Rob- bery. Indian Polio? Following a Clew—A Con- demned Man's Pitiful Plea—Soldier Murdered. Billixos, Moct., June IS.—Saturday night about one o'ciock the weat bound expres-s was danger-signalled between Big Horn and Myer3 stations, ou the Northern Pacific, at a dangerous place, and the truin stoppeJ. fcSuddeniy a band of masked men appeared and t-n^iucer Sarferent pulled the throttle wide open to escape, but the shoot- ing wat so dangerous and quick that he ceased. The robbers compelled ¡Sur^eut 10 go through the tra n while they relieved the passeugers of valuables. He was com- pelled to break in the door of the express car and crawl in first and the safe was opened and money taiten. ¿i any passen- gers hid their money abo^t the cars before the robbers reached them. The passen- gers were greatly excited when they reached here. Tfco coachf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 June 1888

>^r fk \ «? 1 sr^ ' c í í BE REPORT OF THE FINANCE COM ' ing, although $1,000 was transferre t from said fund to the General Fund MITTEE. Committee Escort. Thb State of Texas.) County of Hemphill. ) To Hon. Frank Willis, District Judge, greeting: \te, the undersigned members of t1& committee appointed b} the Crand Jary of said county to ex- amine the books, accounts, reports, Touchers, certificates and orders of the Commissioner's Court relating to the financial condition of saul county from its organization to the present time and to make other proper and necessary investigations to ascertain the true condition of the finances of said county, do here- by respectfully submit upon our oaths the following report: 1. We have carefully examinen the accounts, reports and other records of the Tax Collector of said county and find them carefully, accurately and faithfully made, showing a full compliance with the law and a pains taking fulfillment of the duties of the office. The tax...

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