In Tipton County
COVINGTON, Aug. 2 – (Special.) – The regular August election for trustee, sheriff, justices of the peace, etc., passed off quietly in the county. At this precinct about one-third of the normal vote was polled and the vote throughout the county was light. Sheriff D. H. Lauderdale and Trustee C. C. Poindexter were re-elected without opposition. Corporation justices elected are: John Craig and Ashley W. Fisher; District No. 1, J. R. Portis, J. A. Shoaf and W. C. Erum. Constables, J. B. Pace and Matt. Watson; tax asseshsor [sic], J. R. Warmath; school directors: c. P. Noel, J. H. Miller and W. A. Shoaf; justices for No. 2, Dr. J. S. McIntosh and Hugh Baskins; No. 3, I. C. Burleson and Lee Huffman; No. 6, D. M. Witherinton and H. M. Turnage; No. 7, J. G. McCain, J. C. Walker and T. K. Reeves; No. 8, W. S. Mayes and S. a. Wright; No. 9, Peyt. Faulk and John Marshall; No. 10, W. G. Poindexter and John Boyd; corporation of Mason, S. H. Mitchell; No. 12, J. Q. Bradley and Richard Downing; No. 13, B. F. Strange and James Flowers, and No. 15, J. Y. Peete and Dan Archer. Several districts have not been heard from.
[Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn., August 3, 1900]
— Shared by John Marshall