The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, February 24, 1877, Image 1

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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
OFFICE—On Oregon street, in Orth s Brick
Building.
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1877
PROFESSIONAL (’ARDS.
STATE OF OREGON.
UL.YEltAL MHEM
MONEY MAMME
AM» NKWS.
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Representative Purman, of Florida,
The Tribune's Washington special
Hon. Ben Hill, of Georgia, in his
On tho quarters the (‘agio’s head is always
pointed to the lett, while on the twenty-cunt a Republican in the House, gave evi­ speech on the Compromise, gave vent says : The mints of the United States
dence as follows in regard to the elec­ to the following bit of real eloquence : have not recently been able to coin
pieces she looks to the right.
toral vote of his State :
trade dollars as rapidly as they have
Tho Astorian says tho twelve fishing es­
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have
been
a
witness
of
the
sor
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l>een wanted by bullion and exchange
Furman created a sensation by fa­
tablishments at Astoria and Upper Astoria,
rows of that people, and am willing dealers. During the month of Jan­
voring
the
majority
resolutions,
which
will employ 6,000 laborers during the busy
declared the Tilden electors duly elect­ to share their sufferings. May I there­ uary the San Francisco mint coined
season.
ed. The Democratic members ap­ fore be pardoned on this occasion for $10,820,000 in trade dollars, but the
The Iowa Supreme Court decides that a
plauded him as he said this and de­ calling the attention of the House and monthly deposits are still in excess of
woman in that State may hold any otlice
nounced the canvassing board as un­ country to the spirit which has been the coining capacity. Deposits of
except that of Judge and member ol the
scrupulous and fraudulent. I find now manifested by the people during this bullion for these coins have been de­
Legislature.
an appropriate opportunity to state entire controversy. On another occa­ clining for some months past. At the
The leaves of coffee are now lised to make , from my own knowledge the true con­ sion I defended their manhood, their Philadelphia and Carson mints depos­
a beverage not much different from tea. ,
dition of the Presidential vote in my civilization, their humanity, from what itors pay a coinage charge for trade
The new drink finds favor in London, anil
State, concerning which so much is I knew to be unjust charges. If the an­ dollars of 1J per cent., an advance of
has been introduced in Boston.
said in misunderstanding and contro­ swer was then unsatisfactory, let furth­ 1 having recently been made. Mon­
The Senate has sustained Grant’s veto of versy. The Republican party in our er answer be found in the spirit which eys accruing from this charge are paid
the bill reducing the President's salary to j State, with all its dissensions healed, that people have manifested during without deduction into the treasury.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
$25,000 per annum. His successor will, with the whole machinery of the State the past sixty days. There is scarcely About $21,000.000 of the $50,000,000,
therefore, receive $50,C00 per annum.
Government in its hands, went into a man in that country who does not change money authorized by law to be
Mrs. Minnie Myrtle Miller, formerly wife . the last campaign determined to win believe the Democratic ticket elected, issued remain to be coined, which, al­
of Joaquin Miller, the poet and writer, was . if our own resources and efforts, and who does not believe all that they lowing one month for the annual set­
recently married to Thos. E. L. Logan, ot coupled with the most heroic devotion have remaining of property, of rights, tlement and repair, will occupy the
H. K. HANNA,
Portland, to fame and fortune unknown.
on the part of our voters, could achieve of justice, depends upon the inaugu­ mints until al out February, 1878. Af­
attorney a counselor at law ,
A recent assay at Salem of the ore of tho such an end. Free speech and free I ration of that ticket; yet during this ter that it will be necessary to begin the
Capital mine on the Santiam showed bv locomotion were used to a fearful ex­ whole controversy the South has mani­ coinage of half and quarter eagles ta
Jacksonville, Oregon,
Countv Judge...............
E. (’. Mason
actual computation $1,700 silver to tho ton, tent by speakers and members on both fested but one spirit, and that has been meet the requirements of the country
'SC. Moss,
County (.omnussioners....... A Ten* rook. Will practice in all tho Courts of the State. besides the gold and lead it is known to con­ sides, and at no time during the cam­ a spirit of forbearance, kindness and on and after January, 1879, the time
Prompt attention given to all business left tain.
Sheriff........................................... T. J. Brattain
fixed by law for resumption. Nearly
paign, or from any portion of the State, firmness.
in mv care.
Clerk............................................. K- I»> Hatton
With the chains of the usurper still all gold and silver bullion purchased
Prof. Hurley, of Oregon City, who is at came up any source of intimidation,
Otlice
in
Orth's
Brick
Building
—
upstairs.
Treasurer........................................ L L. Hanks
Camp creek, testing the “silver soap,
with one or two minor exceptions. It on her limbs; with the greed of the in the United States at the present
Assessor ......... .........................
...M. Riggs
¿schoolSuperintendent......... 11. M. 1 hatcher C. W. KAHLER.
E. B. WATSON. ' writes to a friend that “the springs are more was, without
exception, the most stranger rifling her already exhausted time, and for some months past, finds
Survevdr................................ 1' rank C bees man
extensive
and
richer
than
lie
had
any
con
­
KAHLER & WATSON,
peaceable election ever held in the I coffers; with the army of United States its way to the mints, and the indica­
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COURT SITTINGS.
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ception of.”
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State, and not one case of violence or scattered throughout its Ixirders and tions are that a considerable amount of
Jackson Cbw uh/.—Circuit Court, Second ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAW,
The Coos Bay .Y< ic.s says : Tho sea lions disturbance on election day has come standing sentinel for the protection of foreign bullion will be imported and
Monday m l-ebi'iiary, June and November.
off Coolman beach are more numerous than to my knowledge. It seemed the pe­ her robbers, the South utters to those dejiosited for coinage. Should Con­
County’Court, first Monday in each month.
JACKSONVILLE OREGON,
ever, and during the n gilt of the ball at culiar privilege of the Republicans to who have been her despoilers, and who gress authorize coinage of the silver
JiMKj>hine Count;/.— Circuit Court, fourth I
Monday in April ami fourth Munday m Oc­ Will practice in the Supremo, District and Nelson’s they sang everlastingly, but to the
win under all these advantageous cir­ now threaten to be the despoilers of dollar during the present session,
tober. County Court,-first Monday in Jan­
other <'oiirtsof this state.
each other, hut one voice; that voice which is not probable, it would be
tenor of the string band.
uary, April, July and October.
I cumstances ; feelings of obligation to
Otlice on Third street.
L<tZ< <’oMar/.—Circuit Court, fourth Mon-
Chicago, Feb. 14th—The Tribune's Wash­ I the people of my State, who have a is peace. Civil war redresses no wrong; necessary to reduce the rate of silver
dav in.lune; County Court, lir-t Monday
ington special says that tho President will right to expect that, however partisan preserves no right. If you doubt, look change coinage at the Philadelphia
H. KELLY,
in January, April, July and October.
there and be convinced. I hope that
shortly give a farewell dinnqr to the meni-
TOWN or JACKSONVILLE.
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW, bers of his cabinet. No other President their Representative may be in his po­ people will never again be derided mint in order to manufacture dollar
pieces, and that would materially pro­
litical faith, he should at least on ques­
| N. Fisher, President,
ever hail such an array of advisers as lie tions of public faith be an honest man. with charges of being rebels and trai­ long the time for completing the coin­
| M. Caton,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON,
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has had during his eight years.
David Cronemiller,
Trustee«,.
But, sir, I would not be understood, in tors solely for offering up their lives age of silver change money. Should
. J. Nunan,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State,
The executive committee of the State making this declaration, as laying in vindication of their honest belief the coinage of the silver dollar not be
George Brown.
prompt attention given to all business en­
Grange, at the late meeting at Salem, decided claim to any unusual amount of hon­ that they were right. Let me express authorized during the present1 session,
................. I. . s. Hayden
trusted to my care.
that the May meeting of the state Grange esty or conscience, but 1 <mlj’ assert the hope that in future he alone will the coinage of trade dollars will be in­
................... Henry Pape :: v otlice opposite Court House.
...... J. P. McDaniel
be held at that place. Arrangements were my knowledge of facts. I love the be regarded as chief rebel who, after creased as soon as it shall be practica­
"................ J. C. Weiss
made to secure a suitable place for the meet­ principles of the Republican party, the passage of this measure, shall again ble to relax the production of subsid­
ing.
and for their sake have been singed whisper the words, “sectional hate.” iary coins.
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SOCIETY NOTICES.
Eighty tons of match-wood are reported by the fires of martyrdom, and 1 be­ Let him be regarded as chief traitor
on tho wharf at North Bend, Coos flay, lieve in the ultimate triumph of its re­ who shall again seek to breed sectional
FOR JACKSON,
T he C hinese Q uestion . — In
awaiting shipment. The News mentions generating mission ; but 1 cannot re­ strife. For myself I feel a pride in the Senate, West, ^from the Ap­
that Coos Bav is the onIv place in Oregon turn to my Slate and look my constit­ being able to say thaj I can look upon propriation Committee, reported back,
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j where match-wood
figures
among the ex­ uents in the face, if standing upon every foot of American soil and thank without recomrnendationr, Hamlin’s
ports.
this floor, and in the presence of the God it is part of my country. I can look amendment to the Postal Appropria­
Calvin Ball, who came to Oregon in 1847-8, American people, anxious and entitled on every person of this whole laud tion bill appropriating half a million to
is heir to several thousand dollars in Ken­ I I to know the whole truth concerning and say, he is my countryman. I can the Pacific Mail service. Mr. Sargent
tucky. Any one knowing his address will this dangerous Presidential issue, I raise my vision to the uttermost boun­ submitted an amendment to that of
Jaeksouxille Slamili No. ID. I. fl. R. L,
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confer a favor by communicating it to Hen­ i
Holds its regular meetings every Thursday
should shrink from (he responsibility daries of the republic and say: “My Hamlin’s, providing that the whole
evening at the Oiid Fellow?. Hall. Biouiei-
ry L. Ball, 513 W. Jefferson street, Louis­ I
' of doing justice to my State and de- country, my whole country, blessed is number of passengers of Asiatic birth
in kiood »landing are un it« <1 to attend.
Cor. Cal. A Oregon Sts.,
ville,
Kentucky.
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E. JACOBS, O.C.
i fending her honest political victory he who hlesseth thee aud cursed is he or descent received on l>oard the steam­
At
the
telegraphers'
ball
at
Chicago
last
M ax M uller , R. S.
ers of the company, to be landed at
i against the willful perversion of a who curseth thee.”
Oregon.
Jacksonville,
week music was transmitted over the wires,
any place or places on the continent of
’ bold, dishonest and unscrupulous State
N ew O rleans , Feb. 15.—To-day, America or neighboring islands, shall
by means of Elisha Gray’s telephone, from
j
canvassing
board.
Milwaukie, with great success. The vires
while “Gov.” Packard was seated in his at no time exceed one passenger for
I’urman described at length the chair
were
run
into
several
newspaper
oflices,
at his office, and surrounded by every fifteen registered tons, and, on
DAVID LINN
manner in which the canvass was con- different
and caused greWt delight to thoso to whom
parties, one of them drew a
Keeps constantly on banda lull assortment it was a novelty and a wonder.
' ducted, and charged that Cowgill, a pistol and, leveling it at Packard’s any violation of this provision, pay­
ot furniture, consisting ot
' member of the board, was personally heart, pulled the trigger. At that ment from the appropriation shall
Clarke A Craig, publishers of the 1177-
consulted upon the fact of frauds hav­ very instant, Packard snatched the cease. Ordered printed. This amend­
BEDSTEADS,
lamette Fanner, have purchased the inter
ing been committed, and that he gave weapon down and simultaneously with ment, Sargent thinks, will advanta­
ests and good will of the Oregon Cultivator, 4
BUREAUS, TABLES,
Warrrn Lodsr No. Ill, A. F. & A. M.,
his assurance in one instance, that if it the movement the weapon exploded, geously open up a discussion of the
heretofore published at Albany by Mart. V. i
'IT
Holds its regular communications
GUILD
MOULDINGS,
Chinese question and help secure as
\ on the Wednesday evenings or pre­
Brown. Tho two papers will be consoli- i were plausibly covered before them, it and the shot struck Packard in the
great a practical restriction on Mongo­
ceding the full moon, in Jacksonville, <>re-
STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
dated and tho change will undoubtedly give should suffer no scrutiny or discount knee. Then Packard closed with the
gon.
C. C. BEEKMAN, W. M.
general satisfaction among our Granger , at his hands. l’urman concluded his man and threw him to the floor. Dili­ lian immigration as can probably be
CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
M ax M vllf . r , Sec y.
obtained this session in any incidental
speech as follows :
friends.
----------.
gent
inquiry
failed
to
divulge
the
I thank God, and the good people of name of the man or anything about way. The chances are, at all events,
PARLOR A BEDROOM SUITS,
Mrs. Nancy C. Elledge, aged G6 years, of I
Ruth Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 1,1, fl. fl. F.,
our
State, that Florida does not «pre­ him, or anything about the cause of that no better opportunity will be
French Prairie, Marion county, has woven,
Holds its regular meetings on every other
ETC. ETC.
presented for action of any kind on
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
of different kinds of cloth, within the last sent the alarming spectacle of two ri­ the attack. Rqiort has it that he was
Also Doors, Sash ami Blinds always on six years, 8,(>00 yards, making an average val governments upon her soil, both
the Chinese question during this Con­
Members in good standing are invited to
a correspondent for a northern paper, gress.
hand and made toorder. Planing done on
attend.
JOHN MILLER, N. G.
claiming
to
represent
the
sovereign
reasonable terms.
I ndertaking a spe­ of 1,33;»J;, yards per working year, anil a lit­
but all information is vague. Packard’s
R achel F isher , K. S.
tle over 4'4 yards per day ; and is now will of the people. No one can foresee wound is very slight. The statement
cialty.
T he political bank account of the
weaving earpet at the rate of 6 yards per what are the misfortunes that may be­ of the man himself is that his name is
fall the States of South Carolina and William Henry Weldon, and that his chairman of the National Republican
TABLE ROCK SALOON, day, and attends to her own housework.
Committee, which has been in the
Washington, Feb. 15th.—It looks very | Louisiana in consequence of their dual home is in Philadelphia; says he has a
hands of the House committee on
ASHLAND, OREGON,
OREGON STREET,
much as though Tilden will contest in the , governments, though it is my opinion mother and sisters living there. With
powers and privileges, has not been
Courts if the commission decision is unfa- j that whether Gov. Hayes or Gov. Til­ regard to his attempt to kill Packard
made public and put in evidence, and
W. J. ZIMMERMAN & CO., Propre. WINTJEN & HELMS, Proprietors. vorable to him, on the gropnd that the com­ den should succeed to the Presidency, he says there were four others with
mission refused to hear tlie evidence of the in neither case will the Republican him who were to have assisted him in possibly will not be. It shows the lar­
gest contribution to the campaign fund
late investigations of the Chaflee, Florida and ! claimants be able to maintain their au>
rpiIE PROPRIETORS OF THIS WELL- Louisiana cases. The consultation of Til­ thority. Whether rightfully elected the undertaking, but that when they was $20,000 from Jay Gould, and the
anufacture and build all 1' known an<l popular resort would in­
reached the State House they refused largest single remittance to the com­
kinds of mill and mining machinery, form their friends and the public generally den’s lawyers and other circumstances or not, the pressure will be too great
go in, and left him to carry out the mittee came from its Massachusetts
castings, thimble skeins, and irons, bras*
both upon them and upon the Presi­ to
that a complete and first-class stork ot the point to this.
plan of assassination alone. Weldon,
castings and Babbitt metal. Bells cast.
The late Commissioner of Internal Rev­ dent, and the policy of Republican ad­ if such be his name, is not, as it turns member, Hoar, and amounted to over
Farming machinery, engines, house fronts,
$15,000. The amount ot money collect­
stoves, sewing machines, blacksmith-work,
enue, Mr. Pratt, stated officially that the i ministration necessarily will be to se­
I
out,
very
seriously
hurt.
The
ball
ed from department clerks at Washing­
and all work wherein iron, steel or brass is
whisky ring hail stolen directly from the ; cure peace and reconciliation at the
which
struck
him
in
the
left
arm,
just
used, repaired. Parties desiring anything
ton does not appear, but it is believed
Government $4,600,(MH). Some of the mem­ price of any concessions involving the
CABINET.
in our line will do well to give us a call be­
below
the
shoulder,
seems
to
have
to exceed $50,000. One check was for
fore going elsewhere. All work done with
A Cabinet of Curiosities may also be found I bers of the ring pardoned out of prison i rights of Southern Republicans.
come
out
at
the
elbow.
It
was
thought
$10,000, made payable to Hayes’ order,
neatness and dispatch at reasonable rates.
here. We would lie pleased to have jiersons have got their share of the money yet.
at
first
that
ho
was
killed,
but
it
seems
zir Bring on your old cast iron.
possessing curiosities and specimens bring They are rich and free—rich by their rob­
who passed it over to the Ohio State
How H e S hot .—Old Daniel Boone
ZIMMERMAN it CO.
them in, and we will place them in the < ab-
that he was only stunned and faint Republican committee, by whom it
bery
of
tho
Government,
and
free
by
the
i
strayed
in
upon
a
lot
of
men
shooting
Ashland. April 8, 1876.
inet for inspection.
grace of tho chief officer of the Govern- j at a mark, and rather sneered at their from loss of blood.
was used.
WINTJEN <fc HELMS.
32tf.
ment.
work. They did not know him, but
WILL. JACKSON, Dentist. Jacksonville, Aug. ft, 1874.
A pple S now .—One pint bowl of
Says tho Roseburg Independent: We have j challenged him for the best two shots
E diting N ewspapers .—Horace
the
pulp of roasted apples, strained; Greeley once said: “There is nothing
EAGLE SAMPLE ROOMS, it from a source we are not at liberty to in three. Daniel blazed away off hand one-half
pint of pulverized sugar; easier in this wicked* world tbau to
name, that the initiatory steps looking to (there were neither rests nor telescopic
whites
of
three eggs ; beat the eggs to edit a blackguard paper, and nothing
C alifornia S treet ,
the completion of a railroad from this city sights in those days) and put a ball
a
stiff
froth,
then add the apple and more difficult than to get up a news­
Proprietor. to Coos Bay, will bo taken within the next exactly in the center of the powder
S. P. JONES,
four months. It is stated that the Central spot. He fired again, and the boys sugar alternately, a spoonful of each, paper free from foulness and black­
Pacific Co. of California having purchased set up a laugh, for he did not even hit and beat all together until it stands guardism. Fish-women and bar-room
BUT THE CHOICEST AND BEST the lands of the Coos Bay Wagon Road Co., the tree. Then he took more deliber­ perfectly stiff in the spoon; it will swell loafers are skilled in the art of bandy­
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon. ATONE
immensely; serve this insaucerson a ing epithets and be spattering each
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies and Cigars proposing to make them valuable by the
ate sight, and now they fairly shout­ custard
made of the yelk of the eggs, other with dirty words—It requires
branch line stated. We give the story as a ed—missed the tree again. Then
k pt‘ DRINKS, 12J CENTS.
rumor until we hear something confirma­ Daniel called them up to the tree, and one pint of milk, two tablespoonfuls of no brains to do this; but it does re­
very operation pertaining to
the jaw skilfully performed at reasona­
NO CREDIT IN THE FUTURE—it don’t tory of its reliability.
quire both heart and brains to print a
asked them to cut out his first bullet. sugar, and flavored with vanilla.
pay.
Families
needing
anything
in
our
line
ble rates.
A
circumstance that probably had somo- It was done, and they were all three
No more credit will be given after the can always be supplied with the purest and
“W ife , which way do you suppose newspaper that a decent man or wo­
man can read without a blush.”
first of January, 1876. I will take all kinds best to be found on the Coast. Give me a wliat to do .with the withdrawal of Gen. on top of each other in the one hole th« wind is to-night ?”
Logan from the Senatorial contest in Illi­ made by the first. And then they
of produce.
call,'anil you will be well satisfied.
“Well, really, I don’t know, John;
Office and residence on corner of Califor­
nois is given in the Eastern papers of Jan­ stopped laughing.
W hitewash for a S moked C eil ­
nia and Fifth streets, Jacksonville. •
but
suppose you light a candle and look
uary 19th. 0n Wednesday, the 17th, a I
LAGER! LAGER!!.
ing
.—For the first coat mix to every
in our straw bed?”
member rose to a question of privilege and
H
e
N-UNDRUM
s
.
—
Why
is
a
hen
im
­
two quarts of whitewash one cup of
New Boot and Shoe Store,
“How can I tell by that ?”
asked tho suspension of the rules and the mortal ? Her son never sets. Why
fine
sifted ashes. This will prevent
“Why, bless you, don’t straws show
C alifornia S treet ,
THE EAGLE BREWERY ' appointment of a special committeo ot in- have chickens no hope in the future ? which
the smoke from striking through.
way the wind blows ?”
1 vestigation, stating that he was informed They have their next world (necks
After this another coat may be put ou
“Go to sleep, you critter.”
' and believed certain corrupt propositions
Oregon.
Jacksonville,
twirled) in this. Why is a hen on a
in
the ordinary manner.
rpiTE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTF.RER, ' hail been mado to a member of the House
fence
like
a
cent
?
Head
on
one
side
U se what talent you possess, The
1 has now on hand and is constantly man­ I to influence his vote for Senator. The state­
A W isconsin postmaster took $30(1
ufacturing the best Lager Beer in .Southern ment was understood tn involve a friend of —tail on the other. Why don’t hens woods would l>e very silent if no birds
aving permanently located Oregon, which he will sell in quantities to
worth
of stamps home for safe keep-
lay
at
night
?
Then
they
are
roosters.
sang there but those which sang sweet­
in Jacksonville, the undersigned re- suit purchasers. Call and test the article.
Senator Logan. The rules were suspended
iag,
and
his dog swallowed the bundle
Why
is
the
first
chicken
of
a
brood
anectfully informs the public that he is
est.
and a committee appointed. No report had
prepared to do all kinds ot work in the bool
like the mainmast of a ship ? A little
after one or two trials aud whined tq
< FU LT, line of slielf and heavy hard ware been made by that committee when Logan
Ind shoe making line.
¡SL
B8CB1BE
for
thU
TIMES.
forward
on
the
main
batch.
be post-marked,
withdrew.
Xx fur sale by
JOHN MILLER.
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Al. UAIUA'
A. C. JONES,
Governor............................................. F- ’Dover
Secretary ot Mate................... s- 1- Chadwick
RNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Mate Treasurer,......................... -A- IL Brown
State Primer............................ -M-
Brown
JACKSONVILLE, OGN.,
Sup'l of Public ln>trueti<»n... L. L. Rowland
first ju met ai . iustrkt .
( ireuit Judge,.............................. — P- P- Prim
District Attorney....................... H- K. llanna
J Al K-oN l >l nty .
James Spence, M. D..
Coimtv Judge,............................Silas I. Day
I Samuel Furrv,
( ountv Commissioner.-......| Abram Miller, I
N,
sheriff................................................ • Manning II O M EG P AT II I C P IT YS I C I A
Clerk,.’’....................................... E. D. Foudra.v
'I .....................................................
J’ hn (>rt h
Hogue's Ranch, near Kerbyville.
Assessor,.................................. " • A. Childers
School Superintendent,.............. E. J. l-arlow
Surveyor,..................................... L
Howard
G. H. AIKEN. M. D.,
Coroner........................................ Dr. Callender
PHYSICIAN A N D S U R G E O N ,
FURNITURE WARE-ROOM,
THE ASHLAND IRON WORKS,
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