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wholesome and dcliciou5. POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. THE DENISON REVIEW (ESTABLISHED 1886.) IUJ3V| J»» TIREKK.P, VUBLISHTRH. A&jbW &11 business and correspondence to MLSYENS & I'UCKLIU, I'ULLLISUEHS. 'KKI01AL PAPER OK CBAWKORI) COUNTY DENISON IOWA, August 1), 1S9S. Chris Ilensen returned Sunday from an Omaha visit. C. Sprecher was a: Buck Grove on Wednesday last. M. O'Connor, of Vail, spent Wednes day in Denison. M. Newman, of Buck Gfove, was at the ccuaty seat Tuesday. Mr. Geo. Nicholson, of Grand Junc tion, visited here yesterday. E. Corker Finch's building is being improved with a coat of paint. •.« Mr. Fied Vo'.quartseu return-jd yes terday from an exposition visit. I. L. Pease, our Broadway restaurant. man, was at Dunlap yestenl iv P. L. Wagner, of Boone, Xo'o., is vis iting his sister, Mrs. R. Shaw Van. Miss Gertie French returned from her eastern trip Saturday morning. Mrs. R. A. Romans and .Mrs. F. It. Marshall spent Wednesday in Omaha. Democratic politicians sav the HE VIEW sized the situation up about right The new bell for the Catholic ehiin-h arrived today. It weighs 1 oo pound.-. Mrs. W. W. Grununins entei tabled her Sunday school class Tuesday after noon. A. Hope, West Sides popular drug gist, was calling on friends in town yesterday. Frank Odell has been spending some time in Denisou this vvivk looking alter his fences. Mr. Jerry Walsh, of IItiys township, made a business tup to the comfy seat Wednesday. Miss Nellie Copeland, of Defiance, is visiting her cjusins, the Misses Lane,of this place. A. D. Smith is having a line new sign painted for his blacksmith shop 011 Chesnut street. Mrs. II. S. C,rt?n and Mrs. 10, IJ fewasey, ot Dow City, made a brier visit to Deni son yesterday. The new engine tor .v.eanglW Mil! has arrived, Jas. MeOlellan i* busy movin:* it from the can to the mill. Loon Young, who is now stationed at West Side, took a week oil to visit friends in Denison, returning yester day. Mrs. Flint, and daughter, Miss Luey Flint left Tuesday for Ogden, Utah. They will probably peicianeutly locate at that place. Dee Ilanson. of Lincoln, Neb., came Wednesday to spend a short time with John Romans. John will entertain to night in his honor. New telephones. liavis been put in this week at Msnagh's mill and at the residence of N. W. NaMs. 'l'hi:.' i: ',( 59 phones now in use. Is it not tune that somebody took down the bill boards along the court house tquaie annotu.cing the coming of theciicuson Aug. iitbV Fred .Brandenburg ha.- had a lino cuckoo clock made 111 tho lilaek Foicst, to add to the other atviactions of lua place on upper Broadway. Mrs. J. J. 11 ullman. or Denison, is visiting Carroll fin-nds during lu-r hus band's overland trip to Minnesota 10 iind anew location.—Carroll 'Times. Mrs. A. G. Llai'tyii is expecting a visit from Air, and Mrs. F. C. Men ill, of Kansas City. Xii^y will arrive to morrow. Alls. Mi mil if, a sister 01' Mrs. Marty 11. The Baptist picnic was held Wednes day afternoon at Aicileiuy's grove west of town. A manlier of bucks were pro vided to convey the merry party to the grounds, and a royal mm was experi enced by alt. The "Wandering Jew" passed through Denison yesterday, lie takes this name irom the fact that be is foot ing it around the world on a wager, iI left Chicago on the liith of July and has four years to get back in. He is earning his own living and is not allow ed to beg. SIMPSON COLLEGE PRESIDENT. Itcv. J. II. Harris Selected to Succeed Kev. Fletcher ISrown. Indianola, Aug. hi.—.Special: Rev. •J. 15. Harris, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church oi Indianola, was yesterday elected president of Simpson College for the coming school year. The committee 011 faculty met at Red Oak today and chose Rev. Harris to succeed Ilev. Fletcher Brown, who had filled the position fcr six years most acceptably. Mr. Harris is slill on the sunny side of life. He was born in 1859. lie came to Chariton, Iowa, 111 company with a widowed mother, and entered a tele graph oilice at the age of 13. At the age of 14 lie secured a position in the Burlington office as an operator at a salary of $10 a month. At 17 years of ago he was made manager of the Wes tern Union otlice at Creston with a §100 a Jmonth. He was in the direct line of promotion, which would have been sure to come in the keen competi tion of railroad work. He gave up the chances of sure suc cess in the railroad business and enter ed Simpson College to prepare himself for his chosen profession, the ministry. After graduating he entered die Des Moines conference in lSSii, and was as signed to pastorate at Lewis, Cass coun ty, with the modest salary of $450 a year. Rev. Harris was always modest and unassuming, and without special in fluence to push him, but he has risen steadily, step by step, by his own exer tions, to his present high position. He had never asked or sought the office to which he was today elected. He was a poor boy, aud his energy alone was the cause of his steady success. Under the presidency of President Harris the friends of the college and the denomination throughout the state look to see the interests of the institu tion move rapidly forward, both in an educational way and ,in its business in terests.—Des Moines Register. 300 BALLOTS. The ninth district republican conven tion at (Jouncil Bluffs when last heard from had taken over M00 ballots with no choice. 1 lager and Byers are having a battle royal. Mr. Chas. Tabor, Mrs. O. C. Tabor and Mrs. Dickinson left this afternoon for Independence, Iowa. SPECIAL LOOALS. A. Oswald, Fiixhionuble Tailor, Denison, Iowa. Telephone to WVst Denison Mills for Hour and feed, Ch ter OakandDunlap Hour always on band. 01-4t, Inspect ibeliuesl line of lamps, now open, from 50 cents to $s,50. nt -lt '-The BOYS.'' If you (lid'nt have time to oil your harness last spring oil it now with •'Diamond Black Harness Oil" sold by Sievers & Sons. 04-otet Step into Richardson's drug store and telephone your order for hard and soft coal and building material to Stone iV em pie. Telephoning will cost you nothing. Don tail to see the new addition to our big store, more room, more goods. It. ''The BOYS." A largp assortment of unlined gloves at C. Sievers -t Sons. (M-lSieot It you want the eeunine Powell's Run lloeking coal go to Stone & Tern pies. Prices as low as the lowest. 1 his coal is excellent fuel for furnace, try it aud yon will use no other. We are in the lead,always advancing. Butter and eggs. Watch us. (l" "The BOYS." Board wanted in private family for a few months. Al ust be reasonable. Ad dress Lox in?, Denisou. 17-it* Strayed From my place I miles northwest of Denison. Aumist i», three spring calves—0110 a black steer, one a black Jersey culnr, and the other a yellow and while spited. Any information regaiu'iig sunn will be duly received and charges p-mp \y. \V. JOUNSOX. tioone Coal. -I •. per ton at P. spuaeitjeifs ,vy aid. uj Heivv A car load of new r.Ioline wagons just received. E. T. Cochian. Screen doors and wire cloth. Win dow screens, lawn mowers, reiiitera tors and ice cream reezers. at \V YD A NT'S. Get a new dash board, and a neat cushion for your old bug:,'v and give it a coat of good carriage paint. All these articles can be bought cheap at C. Sievers & Sons. (ij-jjt cot A close shave—at Lorenzen Bros. Two line building sites for sale. In quire of RICVIEW. t-f Dr. l'hilbrook, Dentist, oilice re moved to rooms over Kelly's shoe store. lip. «url»or'# Ucnlal l^irlor* Teeth Ntntc-i.'il whlioiUpjiin. Parlors fr.Mil romns over ,-liaw & iiuuhnio's Hunk. Kn U-iincu on .Mum hti-OL't. Farm Loans, Best Terms, Op' on al Payments. P. JB. c. LALLY. L. .0 I,a, fctstw.-uy, AuS. ttl. 1 I S W in el ox S1r,'.,.»LitV ',1 Aug. 1:1 at rate of5_l.) 'r.Mii D-mson. Tram leaves Demson i.uo a. in. Returning leaves Omaha rt li::o p. in. For uarticulars Mahoney, Agent. apply to J. II. The Misses Ilulda and Lou Eckmann of Davenport, la. are visiting at the home of Mrs. Jno. Tamm. They ex pect to remain about three weeks. Messrs* E. F. Wilson and F. J. Branakff? of the Bulletin force, and Henry Finnern and Julius Piper are anticipating a trip on the "Sioux" this week. Messrs. Hugh Maguire, Will White and John Flahive and Misses Lizzie Maguire, Emma Byrnes, Alice White and Laura Maguire went to Wall Lake Wednesday to spend a week at the place. Hon. W. A. Davie, of Boyer town ship, was a Denison visitor this week. His appearance caused some commo tion in democratic circles as al I were anxious to get next to the "tall Syca more of the Boyer." They were married, Aug. 17, at the German Lutheran parsonage Herman J. Lueitiens to Ella G. Launbach, both of Goodrich township before the wit nesses: Henry Launbach, Jr. Rev. F. Lothringer officiating. Treasurer Lorenzen is very busy this week sending out notices of delinquent personal taxes. There are fifteen hun dred to be issued. We would advise prompt payment of the taxes as the penalties keep on growing. There was baptised, August 15, in East Boyer township, Henry Christian Robert, infant son of Fred Mundt and Margaret nee Schneider, before the witnesses: William and Henry Mundt and Anna Schneider, Rev. Lothringer officiating. Mr. and Mrs.John Tuleeu and daugh ter, Minnie left Tuesday morning for Sweden to locate permanently. Mr. Tuleeu is a prosperous faimer, having lived near Iviron for about 12 years, and has many friends throughout the county who will regret his departure. Oscar Tuleen, his son went to Sweden in March and purchased a farm there. Democratic politics "are getting hotter every day. The Wright forces are pushing Shaw Van pretty hard and it looks as if there might be trouble ahead for Carey also. In fact Criswell is the only man who has a cinch. This is what is in the air but it looks to the REVIEW as if the old men would pull through together. Did you ever know that the street on the east side of the court house has no name? In the original plat of Denison all the space between the court house square aud Main street was laid out as a market place. Later the east end of the tract was divided into lots and sold, leaving a space between the lots and the court house which has been used as a street. We would suggest Dewey Street as a proper title for this useful highway. Iu our last issue we dared the Bulletin to express an opinion on the two term rule. The cowardly editors failed to state their position. If they were to tell the truth—which they won't do— they would say that in so far as Saaw Vau is concerned they are in favor of two terms and out, but in so far as Carey aud Kruger are concerned they think the two term rule should be abandoned. Deputy Clerk Wheeler tells us that the work of the courts of this county is much less than it ever was before. He attributes this to the fact that as the ("'immunity grows older, people know wut.i cxppcted of them without being forced to uo their duty, also that friend ships formed lessen litigation. Another reason why the present, year shows so little legal business is that money is cheap and plentiful and times are good. For these reasons collections are not forced or if they are people can obtain the money to settle without litigation. We are glad to note these indisputable evidences of prosperity. lion. Carl F. Kuehnle leaves to night for Indianapolis to attend the Supreme Lodge, Knights of Pythias, as Supreme Representative from Iowa. The Supreme Lodge is composed o,' not loss than two nor more than live repre sentatives from any one state or juris diction, depending upon miinb-i of members therein. There are ntr Sapreu.e Representatives from Iowa. Air. Kuehnle is the senior tnenibt -or the Iowa delegation, hehaviiigaite,u:ed the sessions at Cleveland, Ohio, two yean ago. His colleagues are E. Pickett, of Waterloo, T. B. llauley, of lipton, and W. Al. Narvis, of Musca tine. The Supreme Lodge has a mem bership of about one hundred and liftv, each stale and tenitory in the union being represented, as well as the British Provinces and other jurisdictions hav ing a Grand Lodge. The Supreme Lodge meets bi-euuially. It is the supreme legislative body of the order. There are nearly (30,000) thirty thou sand X. Ps. in Iowa and over (500,000) live hundred thousand in the world. The K. l's. are exceedingly strong among the younger element of the country. It is a distinctively American organization, having been found.id in l.Su5 at Washington with the view of leuniiiug the .North r.nd 11.e Souili aiui the inculcation of the principle.-, friendship and fiatcrnity. Mr. Kuehnle is one oi' the leaders of Iowa Pytiuaui.-'in and as such and with his tine ability as a lawyer it is to lm expected that he will play an important part the proceedings of the supremo lodge. Free coffee and tea at the old settlers' picnic. Everybody come. Clara Zunbick, of Glidden, came yes terday for a week's visit at the home of O. G. Prill. & & J. Messrs. B. O'Donnell and P. Gib- lin. of Wail, had business at the county hub yesterday. Mrs. Geo. Bartholomew aud daugh ter, Belle, of Chicago, are visiting Mrs. Carl F. Kuehnle. Mrs. R. V.Smith, of Manilla, is mak ing a short visit with her mother, Mrs. Lane, of this place. Dr. Philander Tabor, of Indepen dence, is expected in Denison next week for a visit with relatives. John Hoffmann returned Wednesday evening from a two weeks' business trip at Iowa Falls and Fort Dodge. Orkin Bros, have established a repu itiou for low prices, but the lowest they have ever quoted appear in to day's REVIEW. J. II. Dempster and wife returned Wednesday from a week's visit at Au dubon and Stuart where he held pastor ates before coming to Denison. Miss Mary Wrigley, a former resi dent of JJenison, and who now lives at Fremont, Ohio, arrived Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Airs. Schlumber ger and Miss Iseminger. Mrs. W. C. VanNess is expecting a visit from her uncle, Mr. Albert Webb, of Huron, Dakota. Mr. Webb has been visiting the exposition and will stop in Denison on his return trip. Everybody is welcome to the old set tlers' picnic September 1st. Coffee and tea will be served free. Denison peo ple have contributed quite a fund for the entertainment of the old timers. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Miliar and daughter of Ida Grove, arrived last evening for a visit with the family of Air. C. D. Aliller. They may decide to make Denison their home once more. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Branch will start tomorrow for Battle Creek where they expect to visit for the next three weeks. They cannot get along without the Great and Only and it will be forward ed to them during their visit. The Friday club met this afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. F. Philbrook. Two new members, Mrs. Cyrus Beard and Mrs. J. II. Mahoney were elected to fill vacancies caused by the resigna tions of Airs. W.'i'. Wiight and Aliss Margaret King. Air. and Airs. C. E. Gillett except to leave for Colorado very soon. Mrs. Gillett is in poor health and Clif has secured a school in Colorado so that his wife might have the benefit of the change of climate. We trust that Airs. Gillette may be restored to health. Hon. J. P. Conner has returned from Waukesha, Wisconsin, where he has been for the past mouth for his health. The Judge's hundreds of friends will be glad to learn that he is much better and that the expert whom he consulted iu Chicago is very much encouraged as to his condition. We wish the Judge many years of health and happiness. Ben Bahnson, one of the 51st Reg boys who went from Denison was dis charged on account of ill health the first of the week and returned home Wednesday evening. He says the boys are all anxious to get back, as the cold foggy weather of California and poor food does not agree with them. He ex pects that all of them will be discharged within a month. Old Air. Henderson, who has been visiting his son, Mr. Henderson of this place for some time, died last evening, August ISth, at live o'clock. Air. Hen derson, accompanied by his wife, drove Irom Moorhead, Iowa, to Denison about six weeks ago. His remains were taken to Moorhead for internment this mor ning. He was Si) years of age. The official artist of the World's Fair Mr. Jackson, passed through Denison Wednesday with a special train. Ass't. •Supt. Litter and General Traveling Passenger Agt., Jones accompanied lum. He is taking scenes oi' the country through which lie travels, which are to be used iu a pamphlet issued by the railroad company to advertise the west ern country. Air. Jackson is recognized as the best scenic artist in the United States, and travels in a special train owned by himself. While in Denison he took a number of views of the Mc llenry park farm and cattle, which are to be used in the pamphlet. The entrance fee demanded of demo cratic aspirants by the Bulletin is $8.00 payable in advance. It has thus held up the common people who are being forced into otlice for $3!.o0. The pub lishing of these notices week after week is wholly unnecessary and was never done in Crawford county before. It is simply a fake to squtr/.e money out of every tna wlio ha.-au honorable ambi tiun to secure a lui.uualiun. The Bul Iciiu as au oiliuiii organ conies high. IL has half it: eapiUii vnlually donated by interested politicians. It secures all the county job printing at its own figures and it now demands extra blood money in the shape of candidates cards. Pretty snndl business. WHAT SHALL WE DO? The victory at Alanila. although tak ing place after the signing of the pro tocol, places the occupation of the Philippines in an entirely different light. When the protocol was signed it was supposed that the islands would be under Spanish control when the peace commission met. Before word could reach our troops however, Manila was surrendered by the Spanish and as Dewey sent out expeditions at once to the other islands it appears that the Philippines are now the property of the United States by right of conquest. We cannot restore Spanish control unless we voluntarily give the islands back to them. The possession of the islands is not therefore a proper sub ject for consideration by the peace com mission as it is already our property. The subject of what shall be done with the Philippines is now more complex than ever. To endeavor to replace Spanish authority would cause an out break of the natives and in Spain's weakened condition it is doubtful if she could maintain a peaceful govern ment without the aid of the United States. Either a state of anarchy would ensue or the United States would be forced into the unenviable position of compelling the natives by force of arms to submit to Spanish rule. The question is fraught with diHi culties and is one which should receive the earnest thought of every American In order to stimulate the expression of the thought of our people the REVIEW invites its readers to make use of its columns tor a full and free discussion of the subject. By this we do not mean that our columrs are open to abusive or anonymous att kg on anybody or any thing, but they 1 open for the discus sion of these tv. questions—1st, Ought the United St^:.-- to retain permanent possession of t:Philippines^ 2nd, If not, what is th nest course to pursueV Let us hear from you gentlemen, ex press your views, the REVIEW will be glad to have them. The Deadly Parallel. /K: Below we give two specimens of tlfe Bulletin's much vaunted im artiality. Now will some one please teii us who the Bulletin editors favor for County attorney? The nniioii'-ioeraciit Wo pnhliMi the an ot R.Shaw Vim «s a, tiouueemeiit oi" lieu. 1, candidute f..r county Wrijiht as a candidate attorney before the for cou: tv attorney in democratic eonven-1 this issue. The nu eou appears in this is- nouncement has been sue. Shaw Van has expected and urged by been before the voters manv democrat* who of this county before think Mr. Wiight tiu and has made a record best available candidate which is more ot an for the office, 'the C,)l introduction than we is an old staud-bv of the can pen, even tUouuh party iu this county. He one were needed. His has been honored'some following in the noun- by his party it true. Air. S. B. Greek and wife went to Omaha Thursday. Homer l'atridge, Ed. Lane and Oli ver lluff are taking in the fair. Chas. Sanstrom, of "The Boys" gro cery department is doing the fair. Messrs. F. M. and Robert Bauman are seeing the sights at the Trans-Mis sissippi. A drunken "weary" was given three days by Mayor Kemming Wednesday morning. Airs. Woods and Mrs. Muckier, of Kirkruan. were visiting at tho home of M. Wells' Wednesday. Miss Deiie Marshall returned Wed nesday evening from a fortnight's visit with relatives iu Omaha. Miss Florrie Faulkner, of Helena Arkansas came Wednesday for a visit at the home of J. G. Wygant. Mrs. Urbach and daughter, o! Den ver, Colo., mother and sister WILL BE ".is is tiie first time but! ty is unduuiiibly strong and vigorous, "and he I he 1ms couie out aud can well look forward asked recognition at the ell to tbcconveuiion with hands of tho party. ili„ confidence. claims are goud and weighty, aud he will .""V:/.• surely l,e a strong ciui didate before tho cou ventiou. Died. At' her Lome in East Denison, Airs. Mary Elleu Kelly died on Thursday morning, August 13, at o'clock. Mrs. Kelly was born at lit. Pleasant, Iowa, in lSiil. She moved here with her parents when eleven years of age and has been a resident of Denison ever since. The funeral services were held at the Cathoiic church this afternoon at 2 P. M. and the remains interred in the Catholic cemetery. She leave3 a father and mother, two brothers and two sisters. She had many friends among Denison people, and the RE VIEW joins with them in sorrow at her death and in sympathy for the bereaved family. of Airs. Sime, arrived Wednesday evei ing tor a short visit. Between thirty and forty persons from Denison attended the Carroll County fair held at Carroll from Tues day to Friday of this week. Oue hun dred and threa horses, pacers, trotters aud runners were there and a good many races pulled off. Posey Folette, Henry Meeves' pacer was in a race with seven horses yesterday. In the lirst heat she was slightly behind and be tween two others at the home stretch and was rapidly coming up to them and would have been nb!e to have won, had not the two others closed in and shut her out. la the second luvt she broke, aud in the other. seemed to have lost her speed. She took fourth pir-ce, but with a fair chance, she would have car ried oil a good piece of the pnr.se. THE HUB, New Clothing Firm Is Coming to Denison. OPENS ON SEPTEMBER 15. irs. Judi.1 au«l reterson Will Put in a Large Stock—Progressive Busl-^ nesg Men, Denison is to have another first class up-to-date clothing store. Messrs. Judd and Peterson, recently with the U. S. Clothing Company, of Sioux City, are toe proprietors. The new store will be called the "Hub"' and will be located on the corner of Broadway and the Court House square. The building is owned by Air. Riepen and will at once be re modeled. Fine plate glass windows will be put in on the south and west fronts, a corner entrance made, and the store room made neat and attractive. Messrs. Judd and Peterson are men of much business experience, and they come to Denison because, after a.thor ough examination they believe it to be the best business town in western Iowa. Mr. Peterson is an expert window trim mer, and expects to show our people something fancy in this line. The store will be conducted on a strictly cash, one price, plain figures basis. The members of the new firm are at present in Chicago purchasing an absolutely new stock of clothing, hats, caps, and gent's furnishings. Both of the gentle men are men of family, and expect to move to Denison as soon as they can find suitable homes. We welcome this new firm to our trading fraternity and wish them success. A CARD. To my triends of Crawford county: Laving announced myself as a candi date for the office of clerk of the district court, subject to the will of the demo cratic party, it is naturally supposed that I should see my friends, but owing to continued sickness in my family and being about to move in my new home I will be deprived of the pleasant privi lege of meeting my friends personally. Therefore, I will especially appreciate any favors bestowed in assisting me to secure the nomination. Ph. A. SCnLUMUEIlCEK, Denison, Iowa, Aug. 8,1S9S. \uiiec ol Appointment niiuislrator. NOTICE OK AI'1'OI-NT.UE.ST or Ad- THE STATE OP IOWA. I CH W. I'OLLD COL-NTV, in the matter of the estate of John B. Dun-' ift'.e of Craw ford County, deceased. In Probate. OF AOXINISTIIATOR, TO WLTOM IT MAT CONCERN" You are hereby notified that on the ISth day of August. 1S!S, letters of administration were lulled t-j the uudetsimicd. as a-iininistiiitor of the ab.,ve entitled estate, and all creditors of said estate ate notified to file their claims in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, iu and tor Crawford County. Iowa, within one vear from the date of this not ce. according to law and have the same allowed aud ordered paid by the said court, or stand for. ver barred therefrom. Oated August lStll, 183S. iMmiTM. Di:NHAH. Administratis. J. I, COXNEH. Attorney. REPUBLICAN STATt CONVEN. TION. To the Republican Electors of the State ot Iowa:—There will be a dele gate convention of the republicans of Iowa lio'.d in the city of Dubuque, la., on Thursday, September 1,1898, at 11 o'clock a- m., for the purpose of placing iu nomination a candidate for secretary of state, treasurer of state, auditor of state, judge of the supreme court, re porter of the supreme court, attorney general, railroad commissioner to fill vacancy, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before a republican state convention. All voters of the state believing in republican principles and who indorse the policy of the tepublican p.vrty are invited to unite under this call for the election of delegates to said convention. The ratio of representation will be as follows: One delegate at large from each county, and one additional delegate for each two hundred (£00) votes or fraction of one hundred (100) or over, cast for L. Al. Shaw, republican candi date for governor at the election of 1S')7. It is especially recommended that the several cjunt'ies oi the state reorganize their county committees at the convention held for the puipose of electing derogates tu tiie suite conven tion. The representation to which tho several counties will be entitled under Una call is follows: Adair.. Adams .. .in .lohnsonO^ Jones....V.:., 15 Al uiiiakee .. Appanoose Audubon.. renton JUhick llawk. Boone liremer liucliahi'.n Hiiriia .... Vi?t i. .... II ....10 a ii 1 l0I'd })illI!ls ... 15 I I KieniOMt Creeiie (i undy liuthri'rt Hamilton Hancock .. .. Hardin. Harrison II •my Howurd HimuioiiH Ida Inwtv.... .lueiovu .. .insper ... '.I I.I .. II 1 1 ..U .. 15 ••.13 ..111 Kcolaik KOsSUill l.ee i.y !i 1! in '.i .. ,v.. Lueas ,V l.you. ..v.. to mtiso:Vv"...C. Muhask*:. Murioa ... Marshall Mills Mitchell Monona ..., Monroe Montgomery ,.. 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