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TI1K RED CliOUl) CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NI2IUIASKA, FRIDAY. NOV. 17, 1303.
A. C. ItosMKii, Ktlltor.
l.Anov T,m. Ast l-oc.M IMItor.
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
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The domocrntic ndmlnlstrntlon, that
Blgnnllzed its asccnBlon to power by
luiiillnff down tho American linn at
Hawaii, linn tnlccn tliCBccond Btp in tlio
disgraceful proceedings thoro, and now
proposo to rostoro Queen Llluaknlnni to
the throne. "It In evory way in keoping
with Clovelandlsm. Whop tho parlia
mentary party thero deposed tho iiuclmi,
nine-tenths of tlio Inhabitants applaud
ed tho .act. For tho protection of all
turtles, for tho protection of all interests
from any trouble on tho part of tho
qUedn nntl hnr handful of loyal adder
cntB, the United Slates government wns
niknd to apsurao a proteutorntn. Minis
tor Slovene did this, and the republican
HdininlBtrntiou approved IiIb action.
Moro than thin, nino-tonthn of thn poo
jilo hero approved it and peace reigned
and prosperity took on a now and bright
ened aBjicct at tho Islunds. The English
looked on nurlv. itnd Germany blustered
somewhat, hut they were careful to keep
within bounds. They know that tho
Hawailans looked to tho United StateH
nB nn ally aod'thnt they desired annexa
tion.' They Itnew that tho republican
administration in tho United States
would enforce tho doctrine that no for
eign power could take posuS9ion of a
dismantled kingdom by force. If tho
United States had dono Hb plain duty,
Hawaii to.day would bo a territory of
Hut just then tho Cleveland adminis
tration came into power, lllount was
nont to Hawaii to undo what Minister
Btovens had dono. Ho went, through
nn appointment inado contrary to law,
and ho succeeded in haulnm down tho
attiro and stripes and leaving tho island
open to civil insurrection or foreign con
quest. Then ho catuo homo and every
patriotic citizen is ashamed of tho work
Hut the latest act of thn domocrntic
administration goes on and beyond any
thing that Hlount did. Secretary Oresli-
am has thinly declared that tho queen
is. to ho replaced on tho throne and tho
young lepublic there in to bo abo.ished
at tho hands of this republic. An in
llnancial matters, so in foreign matteis,
tho United States of America is rapidly
being reduced to a colonial adjunct to
(ireut Hritinn.- Cull.
Tho rcpubliciii who absents himself
f.om Thunksgiving service in the
churches this month will certainly be
neglecting a great religious duty.
Over 82,000 for McKinlry in Ohio.
:ir,0()0 for Jackson in Iowa, 13,000
forjudge Gary in Chicago and tho
slap Altgeld got in thu face tor trying
tt defeat J udgo Gary, 'aro all causes
Curd of Thanks.
To tho many neighbors and friends,
who in our time of beronwiineiit, extend
od sympathy and help, wo return our
sincere thanks. -Mils. II, C. Scott and
Mu. and Mas. Ueoikik Scott.
If Nliould lie in livery Hounc.
J. 1). Wilson, :i"l Clay St.,SharpMurg,
Pn.,snyshowill uotbu without Dr. Kiiig'n
Now Ulocovory for CoiiHuinptlon, Cough
and Colds, that it on red Ids wife who win
threatened witli Pneumogin uttur an at
tuck of "La CSripp," whim various other
rcmedloi mid povernl ph)uiciniiH hnddoutt
her no good. Robert Harbor, of Cook
sport, l'n., claims Dr. King's Now Dlsenv
ory Iuih ilono him moro good than any-
thing ho ever used for J.ung Trouble,
Notlilny.llke It. Try It. Fruo Trial Hot
ties a 0.,f. Getting' Drugstore. Largo
bottles, fiOo. and 61.00.
Died, on last Thursday, Hulah Nlella.
litilo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
'Scott. Tho funeral services worn con
ducted by Key Kly of tho Congrega
tional church. Tho teiiiaiim wore fol
lowed to their last resting plaeo by a
lwrgo concourse of sympathizing friends.
Kite Inis I'Ktsrieil tlio lonely llw r,
Aiullier iiitlfiliiKiiimvmo n'er;
Mult s pin e In ilttell In.'otir,
on Unit (.ilr ntiil ik'uov'TiiI ilioi o.
(itine licMiuil Dili aln nf sli.iituwd,
In tli.it limn- nt wonili'ions lie.mt).
Jt.al Otuiiil Hie tuiritlui: file.
This remedy 1m bvaomltig so well known
and so popular nn to need no utieoinl men
tion. All who hnve used Eleotrio Hitters
sing the Hnmo song of prnlau. A purar
medicine does not exist and it is guarnii
tend to do nil that lit claimed. Eleotrio
Hitters will rnro nil UiHcnses of tho Liver
nod KtduoYH, will remove Pimples, Uolls,
SrI. Hheum and other nlTectiiiua caused
by Impure blood. Will drive Mnlnria
from the ayiitem nnd proumt ns well ns
enro nil Malnrlal fevers, -l'or caru of
Hondnche, CorMipuHon and Indigestion
try Kleotrio Hitter Ftitire. sntlfaution
guaranteed, or money refunded. Price fill
os. mid 81.00 per bottle nt C. i. Cot ting's
Dcdlculcd lo S, II. Newtncjcr.
Itinllior Ni"wiae)r. emne nit urtU ffuio,
t'oine olT, roam oil laiitlirr, eiune;
1hu Is notliiiiK do nneet ,is the tine neon:
peaso, Thui euiiies to the iiiiiii o ImcU lioee.
You'luvo Mitr.l ei'ileaMireilliiliiiiililsiiaiii
ll sIlil'lilliRjroiirliieinlsIa llMUee;
Hut nut li unties jon'il ilail.itu nut wmtn a
Hut tile wieklicilly uow ( tit nt l.tee.
Ynnr lilt'i'dHwIll ifvnt join silly o'd Hup,
'they will no liiniiei' inn at i,ur e.ill,
lint Mill . jiiii, ami (.ill oi'i a m
I II Will KID .11111. illlll I .111 I till II 1 llll.
Whoso hiyid iii lits, mid hcait iuluM,
linjn ImmiI in lies, mid licait aihes, Just
IIIIVI IIIU I'.lll,
The eolil chilly wliulsof Dcceinl er will h'ow
henlhtiioof .Nmeinlitr aieeonu;
'I In-rep ibllen i luaiMlres will hn all iiuiow.
, While ) ou s tall nit nlilrlii',- at hnuie.
O, br dher come off. com "ill nf thu Icme,
An I htart oac mure In tin- rue.
Iteni-inbtr, rteir taolher, tint to jnln te
e mp Mi' o
You -huudnoteiap jo.ir trleaU In tho
Ci)4H IT-f tho funcfi cmwl Into ynur hole,
And pull the ho'o In iib on ci.iulj
llemeiuberjour headache, undhcutt mho,
How they felt Just atvr the ball.
John ''Wngomnn of Dluo Hill ciinio
down .Monday night.
I Bast Coi
i"i."--L-'ftITT. Xwl . HrV. h
CUIUS WMIKI AIL llSt HUM.
I ' In time.
crup. Tumuuui. uni
iurn crup. 'linn uooa. um ibi
lis. Sold by druilli. Ml
Ah FuriiWIicd liy Our County
Tho first snow of tho season oc
cured Inst week.
Thcro uro a gooil many on the sick
list with tho In grippe.
.miss Pearl lilies spent Inst week
with her parents on UulFalo Creek.
Win. Point h children arc sick with
the In grippe.
Mr. Purdun's daughter and son-in-law
aro visiting him at present.
Mrs. l'urdun appears to bo gelling
hotter under the cllceiunt enro ot l)v.
Datnorcll. Wo arc (.lad to hear this,
ns slio has been on the sick list along
Mr. Sibcrt is engaged in building a
Election has como and gone, and
politics have temporarily subsided.
The republican rooster lusiga in ax
mi in od limniuiotb proportions. Homo of
t lie majorities are mull, and some ol
the opposition aro elected, yet in gen
eral; tiic rciult is a cnuso lor gicnt re
Carswcll is building a new
II. Mcarns made a trip to
North Brunch this wok.
Mrs. h. A. Croz o is visiting her
daughtor, Mrs. C. N.Do Wolf m Wcej
The young people ol district INo. fib
have organized a liticrary society with
L I). Wells ns president.
Mr. John Oglive, brother of Mrs. J.
Vance, has arrived from Illinois. He
will farm tho place formctly owucd
by J. 11. Allen.
UlKii Mr. John Graves on Satur
day. November 11, IS'.CJ. The re
mains wcro laid to rest in Thompson
Creek on the thirteenth. Mr. Graves
was an old soldier, having served in
thn lato war. Ho leaves a wife and
grown up family consisting of three
daughters and one son.
Spelling schools arc all the rage
now. miss Hdua J'.dsou carried off
tho houoiH nt Cowlcs lust week; and
Willow Creek beat Cowlcs this week.
Thcro will ho another ouo nt Cowlcs
Friday eve November 7.
Wo nro sorry that Willow Creek
ran beat us in ball playing nnd spell
ing both. Yes, has the prettiest girls
miss Cling of I'.xctor is visiting her
nicco Mrs. C. C. Boron this week.
Wo aro glad to sec Henry Kconcy
on our streets again.
Harvey Cox will teach the Willow
Crcuk school this winter.
Mrs 0 C. Boron closes her school
today Kridny, November 17.
urs. Rev. Smith is on the sick list.
(Juitn n cold sp?ll of weather after
(Juito a number of joung folks at
tended the spelling ecliool nt Willow
Creek, Inst Friday night.
Mrs. A. N. Godwin nnd daughters
Flora and Josic, vibitcd in Hustings
It uiukoi us think of winter last
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Carter is buck to his old place
at thu depot after thirty dus of sight
seeing in Chicago nnd St 1tuiis.
(.I, W. Knight nnd wife drove over
to Alma whero they wiU viMt
their daughter Mrs. Tuikuigtcti and
Mr. Hartwell and wife, were visit
ing in Napoucc this week,
Thcro arc some cuttle hero dying
hero by eating (.talks.
II. G. Sawyer nnd Mr. Bibby ship
ped a car of broom corn this week
Mrs. Irons is ou the sick list this
Mr. Aylca was scon on our streets
The o will bo preaching both morn
ing and evening next Sunday.
Mr. II. Sceley is expected homo
ibis week from Wyoiniitg, where lie
has bc-.ti all stiuiincr.
Club dance fo-uiulit.
Mr. and Mrs Bobinson and family
are visiting their rclativos, Mr. West
lluvival niootincf have been in sis
fcion for three weeks.
Fifty scholars enrolled in tho high
room at school
Miss. Ijtilu Alliin is slajing m lown
and attending set oo'.
Mrs. llioli was in Bed Cloud to-day.
Mrs. AruihtroLg nnd siclcr uro in
si nlc I. Inc.
Kvery body feels hotter after the
Dr..!. G lluino lias couiunucid bus.
inebb in liis new drug store in Noith
Wm, Stanton is very sink.
Thn farmers in this vioinity nro
husWng corn nil tho time; snmo have
finished, and tho rest aro about hilf
The uows crash is as had in Ihis
part of l ho country as tho financial
crash, Money is scarce, and news is
A, P, Johnson ono nt Bludon'd ontoi
prising Inisinosfl men, wastloIiigbiiBinesn
i In tho uiotropliB Wodnesday, I
Hood's Proves Its Merit
Sovoro Caoo of Blood Poisoning
A Perfect euro
"I will tell how vnluablo wo have found
Hood's Harsaparllla. My brother Julias wm
nnd, nlthoiiKti wo had mcillcal attendance, he
failed to net any heller. Ho was sick for nln
weary months, suilurlni; with numerous nores.
which nin'iireil llrst llko water Milters, nud
when they hurst, wherover tho water spread a
now soro lormcu.
Tho Pain Was Terrlblo
Tho trouble was principally iijioii his legs, and
wo wcro ntrald they would havo to ho ampu
tated. Mv Krnitdinothcr uruod us to try Hood's
.s.iriiiliavllla, hut w n thou)-hl It was of no use, us
wo hud spent hundreds ol dollars which had
proven useless! hut father said, 'Wo will try n
Imttlc' Moon alter Julius becaa taking Hood's
Hood's s Cures
H.srsaparllla tho sores all disappeared, and In a
short tlinii ho was lierfertly eared." Kmma
C'ltAio.r.l l'ark ht., l!7th Waul, Cleveland, O.
Hood's Pills nro prompt and cnlclcnt, yet
easy In action. Sold by all druggists. l!Ce
Husking corn is tho order of the
Thcro was a magic lantern show at
the At. Hope ecliool house last Thurs
Sunday school at I'cnny creek
every Sunday at tqn o'clock a. in.,
every body invited to conic.
Mrs Anbuslien and daughter Belle
were tho guest of Mrs. Anderson last
Mr. Fair was scn ridin in these
parts, tho other day ' the hunt of a
Mr. Sutton and Mr, Vandyke have
Bell Aitbushon visited at Mr. Isoms
Inst Monday and Tuesday.
Thoro was preaching at the t'lcas
ant Dale school house Sunday night.
Maud Budd who has been visiting
Miss Keugle, the past two weeks, hn
Some of thn young folks in these
parts attended the surprise party at
Mr. Drake's, on the ninth.
John Saludcn came out from Bed
Cloud last Sunday ou his bicycle. and
culled on old friends. Call again
Grandma Thompson i staying at
her son Charley's for n month.
Miss Grace Godwin was the only
Willow Creek representative at the
Miss Adda Anderson, who has been
kept at home all fall on account of u
bad sore on her face, is better now.
SiMipiof Mis. Bon's friends cauir
out from Cowles Sunday and helped
celebrate her forty-third birthday.
Mr.i. Henry Brubukcr is not so well
tli ( week us for i-omo time past.
Clojce Jackson is ut home ngnin
muuli to tho satihiuction of uianj
Mr. Adamson traded horses with
Frco Blunkcy, and now he drives a
spanki.r matched buygv team.
Mis. A. X. Godwin left the Gth to
visit n week at Hastings.
Will Frnzcr has been husking corn
for Charlie Adnmson and is now work
ing further north.
Wo aro sorry to hear of Grandpa
Notis' sickness at his homo ono mile
cast of thu creek,
.1 or Brubnkcr is husking his corn
tun th of Cowlcs and is getting more
tnnn tho averau'o.
Mrs. Sum Brunor is having very
poor health this fall. Manitoiia.
Mr. Moore, the postmaster nt Brnd
slinw, Vn., nfltr rending nn ndvertinment
of Chnmlierliiln's Colic, Cholern nnd
Dinrrlni'n Bemedy, concluded to try n
wnnll bottle ot It. Ho snys: ''I inert it in
two enses for colin nnd three f )r diurrlin'U
with perfect satisfaction. 1 Itnvo bund
led nud uhihI u (-runt dual of mtent med
icine but never tried liny that j-iivo in
linnrt results nx thin,"' l'or wile by l)eo it
Wheut $ .10QI5
Corn lU tlr.
Oats '20 lT)
llnK 6t.' Ill
Fat cuwfl 1 SujjU 1)0
Chickens doz. 175
Turkeys lb. 0
l'nrk's Caugb Syrup cures Colds,
Coughs, Croup nud Whooping Couch
Tho stnmlnrd home remedy in tltfiisnndi
of fnmilioA fundi liiugdihenHeK, Ganrnu
teed byC Ij.Cotllng.
Children Cry for
Pit ol.er'a Cattorla.
What's In a Niiinc.
(Continued from pngo three)
news of tho day from tlio Old Domin
ion, and just as Mr. Stewart ivas en
joying a hearty lauuh over thu inci
dent whatever it was, I lou d myself
standing at tho window among the
house plants and near the cage of
Dick's famous bird, whon my conversa
tion with Mary turned upon tho busi
ness of reporting for a newspaper.
Then we drifted off upon the various
topics ot tlio times, until wo touched
upon tho question of tho rebellion.
Knowing, as I did, the sentiments of
tho father, I tried to evade a further
discussion of tho subject with the
daughter. Hut. to my surprise, Mary
produced her scrap book, which she
had brought from homo at the time of
her father's flight, and handing it to
mo said: "Bead ou pugo -11, and there
lind my sentiments." 1 took the
book, and turning to page -li, what
was my surprise in HndiiiL tho article
which I had written for tlio l'rcss,
out of which had grown all tho severe
trials ol my lite;
I perused the article, mechanically
only; for there came a mighty turmult
of feelings into uiy mind, such as I
had nover before experionctd.
Tho room seemed filled with a mel
low, subdued light, while tho voices
of Mr. Stewart and Dick seemed to
die away in the distance. I closed
tho book, handed it to the owner, and
then gently changed the conversation
to other topics, not without having
first tried to thank tho noblo girl
for her good opinion of my articlo on
so gravo a subject as that of tie re
construction of the south.
As we left the Hon. Mr. Stewart
and his accomplished daughter that
evening, and at tho moment of bowing
ourselves out ot tunr prcsoncc, and
as Mary stood with ono fair hand up
on the door nob, our eyes met as they
had never met bofore, and then and
thcro was revealed to mo why it was
that my dear old homo in tho south
and my then present abod in the
land of ico and sleet and snow had be
come so blended and mixed up In tho
.rent drama in which I had beconio
one of tho jharactcrs.
And now as I am writing at this far
off time, and in this far off place, how
happy I am for tho revelation of that
cold country's night.
(To bo continued.)
This story, Mr. Willoughby informs
us, will close at about chapter xvin,
ind sometime in next month. From
tho many lettcis which wo have re
ceived from our readers, wanting to
know tho author's real name, and en
quiring alter missing numbers of the
paper, wo aro led to concludo tliut
this serial has been more than ordi
narily well received aud appreciated
by tho public.
Wo hopo to make arrangements with
the author for another story to begin
in January next, and to run through
ibout 25 numbers of tho papor. Thero
ocms to bo an oritinalitv about Mr.
Willoughby that strikes a popular
uuoru, ana insures ms productions a
What's in a Name? is, of comse,
partly fiction and partly the real tx
poiionco of tho author. Wo think
that men and women and bovs and
uirls who have read tho 15 chapters
oi tins story navo oeen made liappicr,
moro humano, and are, therefore, tho
recipients of much good.
Just what the titlo of tho proposed
new story will be, wo do not now feel
warranted in stating; but that tho
tory will bo well written and full of
interest to our readers, we feci war
ranted in ollenng them tho tullcst as
surance. Let each of our natrons
provide a scrap book and keep all of
tucso cnaptcrs tor luturo reference.
For Farm Loans
I Owe II
To suffering humanity to tell the great
uerent my wiro lias recleveil from I'urks'
Sure Cure, tho truly grodt Liver nnd Kid
ney Cure. Sho lms been constitutionally
wreelsert for several yearn. Tried uvery
thiug fruitlessly. After much persunmon
from my druggest bnckert by his guaran
tee I bought n bottle of Parks' Sure Curo
nnd tho results nro more thnn wonderful.
V 1'. Hayes, LM01 Jones St., Omnbn, Nob
Sold by 0. L. Cottidg.
Mark N'oblo will sell at public miction
ut his reidenco 2 milcn west antl -a mllo
north oflnuvalo, Nebraska, nnd 1 miliB
east and 1 i mile north of Bivorton, the
following described property, on WudneH
day, November 2i!. Five head of horneu,
thirteen head of cattle, farm implomcntp
household goods &e. Teruia of buIp, till
HiiiiiH under .". cash. On all minis of $.",
and upwards, a credit of 12 months will
bo given, purchaser giving noto at 10 per
cent interest from date, with npprovod
uecurity. Fiyo por cent discount for
cash. No proporly to bo removed until
Bottled for. Frco lunch nt noon,
Our Shoe Mock
Ismoro complete than ovor. Duy your
shocB of us nnd got your monoy'a worth
I, Ivor and Kidney Cur.
Park's Sura Curo in tlio only guaraulood
remedy. Its notion is ijuick nnd positive,
Will stop tliut bncknoh and stok-headncho
A postivo specific for all dixen-.es of wo
men. Who anffer when it will cure yon?
For sale by 0, L. Cotting.
We have got the best bargains in Underwear tliut wo have
ever had. Wlieu we wore east the lust time we bought
n lot or Underwear at nenrly liuir price mid lire roIii lo
nell lliem llieNiimo wy during tills stile.
Ladies Grey Combination Suits,
Ludies Heavy ItulhritfRiiii Comb.
I.tidici Grey Wool Comb. Sulla OSc, "
Ladles Fine Wool Comb. Suitii gl.tiil, "
Special values in Ladies Vests at i.5, 35, 40, 50, 05 and 75c.
Special values in Children's Underwear at from Sc and up.
Bargains in Men's Underwear
at 25, 35, 40, 50, (55 and 75c that are usually
sold at double that price.
G. A. DUCKER & CO.
Iload Overseer r.lcct.
The following arc the road officer!
who wore clcctsd on the 7th, in tho
Dist. No. 1, W. B. Sahiti.
2, J. W. Saladcn.
'., Ed. Shearer.
4, A. It. Davis,
fi, J. II. Carey.
G, Carl. Jolsen.
8, II. F. Cooper.
!), V. Ilouchiu.
" 10, M. C. Fulton.
"11, John Copley.
" 12, I.cn Wilmot.
" 111, It. Crosier.
" 14,Hobcrt Ulum.
" lfl, J. S. Turner.
" 1(5, Clarence Hoed.
17, John Wal..
' 18, (tie)Judd&W. Hyde.
11), W. C. Shelton.
20, Sid Smith.
" 21, Joseph Sohrador,
' 22, J. J. Shelton.
- 21, John ltoso.
21, George lie Witt.
2,", J. It. Osbomo.
' 2(, Androw Uublino.
" 27, 1). Trine.
" 28, (tie) Jas. Atmotrong,
K. K. Conrad.
" 20, J. Lockridge.
" HO, Frank Studcbakcr.
" 31, A. Nowton.
:J2, Thos. liurden.
311, (tie) T. W. Bailey,
' 34, Peter Duffy.
" 3f), Taylor Helton.
" 3(1, Henry Ilrubakcr.
" 37. F. Strooblo.
38, T Anderson.
40, Frank Watt.
' 41, Alva Picrco.
42, (tio)Chas. Oorden,
" 43, Joseph l'ortiincr.
' 44, F. A Vance.
" 45, Frank Fisher.
" 4(1, Joseph Ilenrv.
" 47 UenO. llurg. '
" 48, F. J'.. Payne,
" 4(1, Joseph Huha hok.
" ,")0, llonry Hoctohcr.
i' Til, Josoph Saladcnc,
" fi2, Ivans Ainack,
" 53, Joseph Topman.
I have beiu troublert for years with n
hacking cough. I lino hud many doctors
nnd tried tlfty cough cures. 1 grow worso
all the thno. I tried Paries' Cough Syrup
nnd found immurtlntu relief. Tt begins nt
the bottom of the dise tao mul I know it
is tho best cough remedy oil the market,
Refer utiy sulleror to Mrs. W, .1, Fnhey,
Le Roy, N . V. Sold by C. L. CottinK
Over Post Office
A WeddiiiK iu HlKl- .Society,
Or. any other society, la not it success
unlcpu you buy your wedding suit nt
Wiener. Ho makes u specialty of them.
Tho Hryiiiits gavo us tho best enter
taliiiuentH wo over honsd.- Hay, Cole,
Uuttler. Will bout tho otiora house In
Red Cloud. Friday. Hnlurdny. tind Moil
day, November 17th, 18tb, 20th.
Regular price 1 lo $1.23.
1.30 to 2.00.
.( 2.00 lo 2.25.
Tho following township olllcers were
elected in tho various townships on No
Red Cloud. Treasurer. E. 11. Smith:
Supervisor. Wm.Crabill; Constables, W.
II. Peck, Ed. Shearer; Assessor, A.
Hedge: Justices of tho Peace, Ed Mc
Ciinc, JatneB Overman.
Ouido Rock. Auscssor, F. O. Hill;
Comtables, Gran Hill. W. E. Montgom
ery: Treasurer, 1, W.Crary; Clerk, J. W.
iioDiuuoii; .Justices ot tile l'cnco, J
llailoy. K. O. Parker.
rjuiiwaior assessor, it. ii. iAiionTX;on
ptablcs, CO. Johnson, G. A. Wolls;
Treasuror, F. Kilraugh; Clurk, R.T.
Whittj Justices of tho peace, II. V.
Hubbard, W.H. Shirley.
Walnut Crock. Suporvisor, A. Mc
Call; ABsessor, David Dingeo; Con
stables, Harry Chaplin, Chus. Rinkor;
Treasuror, Jos. Chaplin; Clerk, W. P.
Davis; Justico Peace, Geo. Heaton, Jno.
Catheiton. Supervisor, It. G. Lewis;
Assessor, L. G. Oenoreux; Constnblos, R.
T. Payne. Otto Skjolver; Clerk, Oscar
alstud; Treasurer. J. 11. Krai; Justice
Peace, K. M. F. Grubb, E. J. PoterBon.
Elm Creek Suporvisor, Petor Hill;
AsBt'SHor. II. T. Rose, Ed Slater; Con
stables. T. Hodgbon, 8. L. Whito: Clerk,
W. II. Thomas: Treusurw, F. Uorlach;
Justices Peace. Win. Howe, T. Prnthcr.
Heaver Creek Supervisor, .1. Kiml
scher; Assessor, Amos Dillin; Constable,
Juines Hilkey, J. I'ostlownit; Clerk. G.
II. Payne; Treasurer, T. S. lioavor; Jus
tico Peace, Caspor Mntzonur, W. Thomp
Gartleld- Supervisor, Chas. Shultz;
Assesbor, .laincHMctlartnoy; Constables,
James Amaclt. J. Mauley; Clerk, E. A.
King; Tieasurer, Georgo DoWitt; Jus
tices Ponce, Thos. Emeiton, F. Houchin,
Potsdam Assessor, A. Hunohow; Con
BtableH, J. McClelland, Chun. Robinson;
Clork, Win, Shultz; TroiiEtiror, John
Stavenow; Justices Poace, Frank Hus
chow, Albeit Rnnnoy.
Hatin Assessor, James Buckols; Con
stable, John Hazel; Clerk, W. II. Grant:
Treasurer, Sloven Harris; Justices ot
Peace, W. Peck, James Andoison.
Harmony Assessor, C. Stout; Con
stables, Wm. Houtz, Jos. LuPcrto; Clork,
Jas. Iirowcr; Treasurer, Goo. Snyder;
JitBtices Peace, M. Hyatt, Wash Reed.
Inavnlo Assessor, James Hrmnnlleld;
Constables, V. E. Reynol.3B. Ovvin Ta
bor; Clerk, C.L. Eddy; Treasuror, R, K.
Orchard; Justices Peace, S. W. Hull, N.
H. 1 larvoy.
Glonwoid Supervisor, A. W. Cox;
JiiBticos Peace, W. A. May, Jos. Pashby;
Constables, A. P. Hilton, Geo. Fish; As
soesor, Geo. May; Clerk, Goo. Groig;
Treasurer, Adison linker and F. W. Mc
laughlin, n tie.
Lni Assessor, Lowis lluiumol; Con
stalilee, Roy McCall, Chas.Turnur; Clork
R. Turner: Treusuior, John Mclntyro;
.luslices Peace, W. VanDyko, Len Wil
mot. Oak Creek.- Cloik, A. W. Choat;
TreiiHiiror, Ed. Funic; Asseshor, Wm.
Uarrett; ConstablcB. II. A. Ktovons, K. II.
Shirloy; Justices Peafi', J. II, Carey,
J. C Rose; Supervisor, W.C, hainl.
Pleasant Hill AHseBsor,C. A. liUtham;
Coiistablos. .1. Ij. Fuller, AIT Hjlnden;
Clerk. J. T. Lacov: Treiisiiier, A. N.
Godwin; Juslico Pence, Ed. Gilford,
Rod Cloud City Justices IVnce, T.
W. Meiidenbnll. S. West: ABsessor. J.
W. Vnrren; ConstablcB, J. G.Satip. Geo.
a. .Miner; oupervtsor, ..J1. Knl
All Ills TliulI'HN
Aro good for nro trented moro success
fully by Parks' Ton, Is not a cathartic:
no griming or pain, yet moves tho bowels
every day. Sold by C. Tj. CotHng.
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