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TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1871.
4fi)lrU Vnpcrot UioCHy nml Comity
JOHN II. OUKUIiY. Kdltor ml Pitbllahor
TlblMB OKT1IE DAILY UVLVKTIB
One week, by carrier 8 3f
Us jrar by carrier, In advanco 10 00
One rear by carrlor it not pild In
advance i3 00
oonth,l)ymaU 1 00
Three month 3 00
6lxmoDtb.fi. A 3A
One year 10 00
TJCBMS or WKKKLV I1UI.I.KTIK.
On,e Jcar $1 00
Six Month , TO
Three Montbi K)
Invariably In advance.
JRmmIIiir ninllrr n prcry lnK".
Btatr or Ili.ikoip, l
Regular meeting of tbo Hoard of
County Commlaslonera of sold county,
Monday, Juno lit, 1871. l'roaent, James
li. Sanders, chairman. Uooriro Klther and
Thomas AYllson, commliitonoit, J. U.
ujnen, ciorx, ana A. Ji. Irvin, ilioriir.
The Board mot by proclamation .
On motion f lt n v
Inwlnp persons were allowed tbo sums let
oppolto their rotpectlvo names, aa per
LI III filed, and orden ordered to bo drawn
on llio county treasury accordingly, viz:
Tho Cairo ltullutln Company for
coool blank, otc ? 10 CO
Tho Cairo Bulletin Company tor
ichwl blanks tier order of
tchoo! superintendent 2 CO
Culver. 1'beo. Hovno & Co. for
court record for circuit clork... 20 00
Tbo Cairo Bulletin Company, for
printinc forcounty euporlntend-
cnt of ichooh 22 60
Culvor, Pago, lloyno Ai Co., for
records and blanks furnliliod
cOiinty clork C9 00
Culver, Pago, lloyno it Co., for
blanks furnished for udo of as
sessor 12 CO
Culvor, Page, lloyno te Co , for
tlx quires lithographed marriage
llconee 0 00
The Cairo Dullotin Company, for
blanks por order of A. 11. Irvin,
sheriff. 32 CO
"W 'Rockwell ii Co., for Ink, mu
cilage, etc, per order of A 11
Irvin, sheriff, 3 66
Air ,1 'A laylor, county superin
tendent of Bebooli, for services,
office ront and stationary to data 102 05
John iiogan, county constitute, for
10 days services as baililT In cir
cuit court 2C 00
"William Holdon, county conatablu,
for 10 days services as bnllltf in
circuit oourt 25 00
II F UiUineily, county comublo,
for 10 days' sorvicos as bailitriu
circuit court '25 00
John II Goitman, ballltT, for 10
days' torvicos in circuit court... 20 00
li 1'itJorald, bailiff, 10 days's aor
ylcea In circuit court 20 00
P A Conant, bailiff, 10 days' ser
vices in cireuit court 1:0 00
M J Buckley, bailiff, for 10 days'
services in circuit court 20 00
Charles Spires, for 10 days' ear-
vices as baililfin circuit court... 20 00
TV II Rockwell A Co., for station
ery furnished for circuit olerk... 10 15
F "Vincent, for 2 barrols limo and
drayaco for county tail '2 00
J II lleed, for scraper and dray
ago'for roads 21 CO
.Louis II Jklyors, for goods tor
sheriff 3 00
Ark Williams, for sorvices as wit
ness in tho case of tho pooplo vs.
Elijah It Dilts C GO
John II Davis, for saino service. 8 00
William Martin, for same service.. 6 00
llonry ilbats, for aamu eorvlco in
tbo case of the pooplo vs. John
Robin ion ot al 0 00
EugenoS Rosenthal, forsamo ser
vice in tbe caso of the people vs.
John Crawford & 00
James II McQllla, for same service
in tbo caso n tbo pooplo vs.
IJudd Williams and another 8 '20
Ooorgo Heed, for tamo service- in
eatf of tbe pooplo vs. Ccorgo
Johnson li! 00
"Whereupon court adjourned until 10
TUESDAY M0RNINO, 10 o'clock, avur. Id,
, SECOND WAY.
Court opened pursuant to adjournment.
Whereas, lienjamln V. Brown, aud
Martin Brown, hare paid to the County
Treasurer tho sum ot ono hundred dol
lars, and also filed tbolr bonds as tho law
requires, for tbe purpose of retailing splr
ilous liquors on lota eight nnd nlno, In
block one in Jamos h. Brown's addition
to the town of Thebes for ono your from
tbe first day or May 187-1, it is ordered
that a lictnso issue to them accordingly,
and that their said bonds bo severally ap
proved. Whoreas, Tbo bonds of W. It. Kondall,
for a license to sell aplritous liquors at
Eait Capo Girardeau, aro not in duo form,
and that tho securities on said bonds aro
lniulllclont, it is ordered that they bo not
wu.nu, On tba 12lb day of February
1874, a petition was Mod with tbo County
Clerk of this county, and after duo notice
presented al a regular mooting of tho
Board of County Commissioners, praying
for tbo laying out and opening uf a
new' jod, as thoroin and horcinattor
doscrlbed, said petitioners boing voters
residing within five miles ot the routo of
tbe said new road, and it appoaring from
legal evidence that a copy of saii petition
together with a ootico of tbo presentation
thoreof according to the law bad been
posted up, as Is moro particularly set forth
in tho affidavit ot John Cain, on liloiu
saldclork's office, not less than 20 days
before the same was presentod; and whtro.
as said board did on the Cth day of Match,
A. D,, 1874, appoint John P. Holy, count
ureyor, William Martin and John 11
Boblnion to view the ground propo.od,
said ;prtHlo deicrlbed and after suJu
vlew.Vhey believe aald roud applied for
to be neeoasary, as set forth tn their ro
port on lie In tho offlcu or the county
Vlerk of this countv. and win,, i
survey and plat of said road t0 be
on the :28th day of Mar 1874. bv John i.
Hely, a corapotont surveyor, which plat
au mrTujr ubtu uueu uuiy reported and
mea, rnorein ana hereby aro made
a part or this ordor, which said survey
and plat are In tbe words and figures fol
lowing, to wit:
"The undersigned,; county surveyor of
Alexander county, Illinois, would report
that he has surveyed a road, commencine
on south line of section fourteen (14 )
township jvenuen, (17,) south ranee ono.
(1,) west of tho third principle meridian
t a point wboro the centre
Una of Washington avenuo In tho
flfth addition to city of Cairo, Illinois,
if extended, iatermcli said line in said
road district nd running thenca with
laid extension of Yfashlngton Avenuo
through sections fourteen (14) and fifteen
(16) in said town and range, to or near tho
south tide of lot thirty-two, (32), In the
northeast quarter of said section flflsten,
(16) tbenco northwesterly through lot
thlrtytwo, (32) thlrty-one, (31) twenty-six
(2d) and twonty-throo, (23) twenty-two,
(21) twenty-one, (21) and twanty, (20) In
Bald northoast quarlor of said section
flfloen (15) and to intersect the old or
present road, on the westerly sldo of the
Cairo and tit. Loul.t Railroad embank
ment, nonr the west sldo of tbo nbove
mentioned lot twenty (20), commencing as
follows, to-wlt. Beginning wboro the cen
tre lino of Washington avonuo extonded
inlorsccts tho south lino of section four
lein. town 17, 1 wost '28 cb., 35 links west
of tbo I section coraor on south lino of
sail ssction 14, thence north 24 wost 45
chtlna with oxtonslon of Washington
av-nuo. Thonco 47 wost 0 chain 43
irka to south ond of old " li 'it :
lTbcnco north 10J west 10 ibain to tho
north und of old ombankiiimu ; thence
north 48 wost C chains 60 link.; thonco
north G7) west 13 chains top of Railroad
embankment; thonco north Ci west 14
iibftlns. C links to old or nresont road.
and thnt tho accompanying is a correct
pi At of nld road as surveyed by rao
under tbo direction of tho viewors.
Tho courses afo connactod to tho true
meridian. Given under my hand and teal
this May 2ib, A. D., 1874.
JOHN r. 11F.LT, ska.lj
And It Appearine thnt no damaeos have
been claimed by any ono ovor whose land
tho enld road runs, it Is therefore ordered
that tho said report of viewers, report of
tno survoy and plat bo severally approved;
and that aald road bo nnd Is hereby lo
cated, dotonntned and eitablishod, as to-
tho eamo bo, and is borobv ordained aad
doclnrcd a public highway and that said
roau uo citauusned ono nundrod loot wldo
from tho beginning to tho south line of tbe
northeast quarter of suction fifteen (16)
In township seventeen south, In range one
west nnd that from tbenco to tllo end of
said road, it bo located four rods wide, the
linn of said survoy being tho center of
It is ordered that tho lollowlng por
sons bo allowed tbo sums set opposlto their
roipoolivo namos as per bills filed and that
orders bo drawn on tho county treasury
Thomas A Brovrn,for maintaining
paupors At poor farm for the
uanrtor ending May 31st, 1874,
ln:"ullofbill for $401 83 $400 06
Wm Wood, for medlcino and med
ical sorvices for paupers to 1st
Inst 130 75
David Juckson, for ccllln, for nurs
Iiil', etc., for pauper In full of
bill for $30 40 18 00
U O llnrkhauean, for modical at
tondanco on paupers for quar
ter to June 1st Inst $ 12 CO
W O Caroy, for cotlin and haul
ing pauper to hospital 11 00
St Mary's infirmary, for main
taining paupors forlast quarter..205 CBj
William Wood, for sorvices as
oversocr of tbo poor for
quartor ondiui; Juno 1st 7C 00
J R Cunningham, for coffins and
burying 3 paupors in full of
bill.....!. !..... 26 00
J It Cunningham, for hauling
paupers to hospital C 00
William Wood, for post-mortem
examination on body of mur
dered paupor 16 00
Willam Wood, for medicine and
medical services on paupers for
last quartor 76 00
Thomas A Brown, for hauling
coffin and burying pauper 6 00
Tho other items mentioned in the bill
aro suipcnded for further Information.
W B Rockwell & Co., for blanks
furnished for use of county su
perintendent of schools $ 9 18
James A Pry, for repairs about
court homo in full of bill for
$20 60 17 60
P W AVarron & Bro., for sundry
services in and about court bouse
ks tinnor H 26
M B llarroll, for printing assess
or's poreonal receipts 12 60
Tho Cairo Bulletin Co., for pub.
lishing second quartor of court
proceedings C8 76
Richard Pit7.gorald, for 3 months
fcrvico in and around court
bouse 00 00
O O Patier, for brush for county
court bouse -. .75
Cairo City Gas Co., for gas can
sumod in court bouse and jail
Decern bor to March 46 46
Cairo City Gas Co., for gas con
sumed in court house from
March 1st t Juno 1st, 1874, in
full of bill for $30 00 2 00
It is orderod that the report of Wm.
Wood, county pbystcian, for tbe quarlsr
ending May 3lst, 1871, bo approved.
On this day comos 3. Stanta Taylor, one
of tho trustees ota 0to OUj Property
Company, aud presents to tho county of
Aloxonder a dood for a strip of land 1C0
foot wldo through certain lanus boionging
to suld company for road purposes, and
tho commisaionors havini; now examinod
said deed and being fully advised in tho
premises, 11 is ordered that tno saiu ueoa
lie accepted and ontered upon tho record
of tbo procoodiugs of the board, and
when so entered that tho elerk of Ibis
board hand tbo same totbo circuit clerk to
bo by him recorded, nnd thnt wbon re
corded tho clerk of this board file tbe said
deed in his otlice. Said deod is In tbe
words and liguros following, viz:
.(4 IIIMlHllltU IIIOUl HMD .V.llll 1't
April, In the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and M'Venty-lour. between
Samuel Maul Taylorunil I.dwanl Parsons,
1 riifieen 111 me 1 niru 1 ny i-jopeny, panted
Vr n'r .',,'"t vJ"'.l Aliixiuider county,
,.iii it. iu u, iiiiuuin, naiiy ui me pcconu
AVIlHt'.tlitll. Tll'lt thn L'lltl nnrlt..c II...
. . ....... ,,.v i.,.,. ,'Ullliq w t ilJV
llriit pari, lor and In consideration ol one
uwuai iji jiuiu uy iiiu ham iiany 01 tuc
hncnnd mii-l. (Iim rn.ii(tit ,,1 flilli iu i.,.r.,i...
.... j ' , ...v .kiv.j'. ... ..1IIVII in lll.-L'IJI
acknowledged, ami llio said party of tlio
BftXttlil imri inrnt'or rutoiitiul iinil.llu..lii.,.l
tjierctroii), hnvo reinNed, reluAkcd, hold.
rilllVnVHil tltul fillltrtTis1iM.il ntnl l.ir
.'..tvw-. ...... btuiui t H tij tiivnu
jirchfiitH do remUe, relcavc, cell, convoy und
(.ult-clalm unto tho kiIU narty ol tho eucond
... ..II al... -I I.. .1.1 t
ulaliu aud ilcinand which tho biU imitieH ol
(li.lr-l t ! Ii.t-.i Is. iii.il I,, el... -,.M (.,,.
dccilt)(d lot, iluco or parcol of land to
wn, r my tt) uti in wioin on cacii Hiuo o!
Ilin iiiii .i I It .... .... 1 1.
Ill'rtllll UVl'tltln Its 4tm oltt' .kl PalKA I.. I....
ilt-r county nud mate ot nilnoU, iirodueed
ruiiiii uiui; iiuiii uiu nuuiii line 111 hcelion
tl I ff.l 1 11 ... ill I n fnivriklili, 17 l..r..........
oiith ol range 1 (one) west of Uu Oil (third!
principal meridian, across tho aouih went
quart it of Kaltl section 14 (fourlccn) nnd tho
nvuiu rum IJIIUIllT Ul HCCUIIJ! 111 (uitccn; in
tun linillll UUU ItlllU IU llie ClISl ftllU
wefct contio lino of said acetloua 11 (lour-
.. ',, " ' " '"ki'), "am uMcnsion ol
ukhlngtou avrnue 10 be upon tho same
"K,""11,11 Wanhliiifton avenuo U now,
iiw. V1' I!1'1,11?'1 1 l'lat recorded from IWth
iwi.Hvy'? W'tl,,lri;" W Uy north!
walUI), UiIh oxtoiMlon of aa d Washington
avenuo now convey.a to bo uN s S
way, public roud or public uret, ,,d when
bo pound , an conveyed shall Jea, to bo
uhmJ au 11 highway, public road or atriot It
nhall revert to aud become ajjaln vested In
tlio iiaitlcs of tUo llrst part hereto, tho siir.
vivor, his or their successors and aaalgna.
To have and to hold the same together
with all aud Mnrular tho appurtenance aud
prlvlli'Kes thereunlo belonging, or In any
wlsotlicreuiito appirtnlnliur, and all tho ea
liitf. rlirlit. title Intercbt and claim whatever
of the atd parties o( the ilrat part, either in
law or . quit)-, to the only proiiir use, benclit
and behoof ot the aald party of the second
pait forever, u above apeellled. In witness
:; '". tbo said turtles ot ho Irit mr
i r'J 'i"t0 ket !elr u'"1 fl the day
liratubove written. '
Blt'iicd, jealed and.Uliu icil In the pre-
rncerUwliiF' Owry.Jr., a. lo K.'lwln
I'artoiu, and Thomas W. Halllday as to
Samuel BtsaU Taylor.
8. 6taat8 Taylor. Trustee,
tnwm I'arso.ns, Trustee.
Statu or Illinois, ) 0.
County Ai.kxandkb, j 88
I. Thomas Y. Halllday, n notary public In
And for tho la county In tbe mate afore
jaljl, do hereby certify that Samuel HtatU
'1 alyor, personally known to 1110 to be the
samo person whoso name is lubscrlbod to
tho foregoing instrument, appeared before
mo till day In person, and acknow.cdgcd
that ho Mgncd, scaled nnd delivered tho aald
littrumcnt as his free und voluntary act, for
till, f1Mrtinfi IhnfAlti n( fil. 4M..,r.. I .1..
..... a.u.J.v.,w.. v...w... c. . luuu, iiii:iiiuiiik UIU
rclcao ami waiver ot tho right ot home-
Given under my band and notarial seal
this twcty-tllth day or April, A. 1). 1874.
TlIUMAS W. llALLIDAY,
SrATR OP Nkw Yoiik, )
County or Nkw YonK, lus.
city of Nkw Yomk, I
i, ouwiii r. uorry, a notary public, In
nnd lor Hie aald county, In the state afore
aald, do hereby certify that Kdwln l'abns,
I'licuiiai- nniinii iu uiv. m uu mo pauie (iui-
aou whoco nnmo Is subscribed to the forego
ing lnstrumelit,uppearod before mo thli day
In person, and acknowledged that he signed,
sealed and delivered thu said Instrument as
his l rcn und voluntary act, for the uesand
MtPlmtu. llih.nl.. ...I l,tll. I......l.. .l. -
r.i,.,Fnva IIIUII.MI n. IUIIII IIIUIUUIII IIIU I U
easoand waiver of tho rlelit of homestead,
in. i i . . .
wiTcn uiiuor mv usuu nnu notarial aeal
this twnty.econil day or April, A, I).,
Edwin V. Corky,
Wkdnkhday Moknino, 10 o'clock,
.Iunu 3, 1874, 3rd day.
l'rosent. The full Board: J. G. Lynch,
Clork and A. II. irvin, Sberitr. The board
met persuant to adjournment.
On this dar rj" W"" ..
v-!ivvui.0..iS5r4f or this county, and
makes report of tbe funds of tbe county
showing balance la his hands on the drat
instant to be 94,768,76. It Is ordered that
said report bo approvod.
it Is ordored that the following inquests
hold by John H. Gossman, Coroner, bo
sevorally approved, viz: On body of Gil
lam Jonos, colored, March ICtb, 1874.
On body of Oliver It.Copoland, March
On body of Fred, liancamp, May 14tb,
It la orderod by the board Ibat the fol
lowing named person bo allowed the
sums set opposite their respective names
and that orders be drawn on tke county
treasury accordingly, viz:
John II. Gossman, Coronor, for holding 3
inquests and burtiDp bodies 70 00
ltiebard Fitzgerald, for dieting
prisoner and turnkey lets J
months ending May 31st, 1874.. $1240 60
Georgo Fishor, for cash for copy
oi oiii uiou in ttprmgtiold
(O W R 11) and telegram 4 05
J C llueli, for sundry records,
covers, oto 103 CO
F Bross, judge, for 1 quarters sal.
ary as county Judge to 31st of
May,lS74 '.'00 00
J II M steal f, for sundry goods for
uso in jail and court bouso 8 85
It is ordor6d that tbe semiannual re
port of Reuben S. Yocum, clork of the
circuit court, having been examined, bo
approved. It is further ordered that the
sum of two hundrod and three dollars and
eighty-five cent bo allowed and paid him
from the county treasary. $203 85.
It is ordered that William J. Allea be
allowed tbe sum of fifty dollar for ir
vices a attorney for the prosecution
in the case of the people agaltst
Daisy Broose, and that an order be issued
on tbo treasury accordingly. $50 00
Whereupon court adjourned until l
o'clock a. m. to-morrow.
Thursday Mornino 9 o'clock.
Tho Board of Commissioner met pur
suant to adjournment.
Present tbe full JJoard, the Clerk and
n I i m
On motion It Is ordered that tbi Board
having, in view tho inspection of
certain roaua in tola county, do now pro
ceed to make such inspections, and that
no other business ba transacted until tbe
At 6 o'clock p. m. of said day the Board
of commissionars returnod, and on motion
adjourned until 10 o'olock tomorrow
Fkihat Moknino 10 o'clock, Junk 6,
Tho Board met pursuant to adjourn,
l'rosent Tho full Board, tbo Clork and
It is ordored tbat the following named
persons be allowed tho sum set opposite
their receptive names a per bill filed,
and that order bo drawn on tho county
Treasury accordingly, yiz:
Alexander II Irvin, for attend
ance Vienna, people v
Daisy Brease as witness f (i CO
Theodoro Smith, for attendance
at Vlonna, people va Daisy
Breose Y2 00
John Burress, for samo as above.. 7 60
Thomas Ellis, for same as above. . 8 CO
Henry Mayso, for samo a abovo... 10 60
Luconda K Wllkins, for same as
above :.. 10 00
William ilugbllas, for samo a
abeve 8 00
O Groenlce, for same as above 14 CO
Lizzie Dunflp, for same as above 10 CO
1) T LInegar, for same a abovo. (00
Jobn Gates, for same a above 7 60
John A Fostor, for same as abovo 8 60
Ilenry Ilunsaker, for same a
abovo 8 60
David Bishop, for same as above 00
Joseph Coleman, for same a
abovo 7 CO
Sarah Brown, for lamo a abovo 10 Cu
John W Martin, for tame as
abovo 8 6
J 11 8 liargos, for same as above 11 00
John Walker, for samo as above 10 00
Jamos Pane, for sama as above 0 65
John Cain. for same as above 0 00
Wm V Bmltb, for same a above
Sidney Clapp, for same a above
J R Townsond, for tamo a aboye
Tbos Lawrence, for samo at above
Lewis MoRavon, for tame at
abovo 10 00
WJ Walker, for tamo at abovo 13 40
J II Bmalling, for tame as above 8 60
Lee late, tor tame atabove I 60
Kll Abshlre, for same as above ,. 8 60
A II Irrln, for same as above 4 60
A. II. Jrvin, Expense of arrostlng
Jno. K. l'ark and Thomas Bloek
money paid out, &o 32 10
Arthur Wadcymar, a witness in
case of People vs, Daisy Braeso
to Vienna 120 00
Jobn Oberly, for horse and wagon
to convoy tbe Board to riiit
roads, 1 day 4 00
Alex. II. Irvin, for expenses of
taking Lyman James to Insane
asylum al Anna 7 00
John F. Holy, for surveying and
platting new road in sec. 14 1&
tl7rlw IV! 00
William Martin, viewing said
road t '2 00
John II, Robinson, viewing said
road 2 00
Jerry Murphy, Cbainman said
road. l 76
Sim. McGill, Cbainman aald road 1 76
J. Tower Holy, Apeman said road 1 75
Edward Hely, Flagman on aald
road l CO
Whereupon tbe Commissioners adjourn
ed until lo o'clock A. 11., tomorrew.
SATURDAY UORMIS'Q, 10 O'CLOCK, junk
The board met pursuaat to adjourn
ment, l'resenl-Gearge Kisbor and James L.
Sanders, commissioners; Jacob U,
Lynch, county cltrk and A. n. Irvin,
It is ordohid that the following bill bo
allowed and that order be drawn on tho
county treasury accordingly, viz:
J G Lynch, cash paid out for ex
press on books, etc $ 4 00
Illinois Institution for the educa
tion of feoble mindel children,
for clothing for Joseph Hardin, a
fiaupor from this county W CO
Her and Brown, for lumbor for
brldgo 18 70
Illinois Institution for education of
doaf and dumb, for board of
Uellan Jobnlgan 70 00
J O Xluols, for binding 3 assessors
books for assessor 18 00
It Is ordered that tho board of Uollen
Johnlnan lu paid at Jackionvllloo during
the summer vacation, from June 10th to
Septoraber ICtb, 1874, at tho rate of $'J CO
por week out of tho county treasury.
1 it ordered by tho board that tho re
port or Jacob G Lvncb be approved, and
it I ordered that tbo sum or ono hundrod,
sixty-eight and 03-100 dollars bo allowed
him in full compensation from the county
of Alexander, for the half year ending
J linn 1st, A. 1 1874, being in full of tho
following accounts :
For preparing county oourt pro
ceedings for publication March
term ? 16 00
For 1 quarter' ex-olliclo feos S'26
ontering orders, court $1'J, filing
papers 81 41 00
For 30 day per diem at clerk 00 00
Feet in criminal cases '2'2 V&
On this day comes K. Dickorson, su
pervisor of road district 3, and prosenls
his auplomental report showing balanco
In hli hunili of ICS .01. and firhihlU thn
rooei,,. ' . , ,
said amount, and It appear-
nc that the said Dlckeraon
has mado full and fair settlement of his
accounts and paid tbo balance, to wit:
$53 00 over to bit succossor C. A. Fetor
It is ordored that tho said report
bo Approved and said Dickerton dis
charged. On this day comes John C. White late
Superintendent of schools nnd presents
to tbe Board his linunl report and tbo
Board having exumited said report and
boing fully advised in tbo premises it
is ordered tbat tho taao bo approved and
To tho Hon. tbo cour ty court of tbo Coun
ty of Aloxamler, I'll.
Gentlemen 'The undorslgnod bogs
loaf to submit as his fltal report, as retir
ing county Superintendent of public
schools tho following etetcmont.
Balanco of ttato fundt on band
at dat or last report $ 43 34
Balance of othor funda on hand.. 68 40
Received tint 20 80
From interest account 10 00
Auditors warrants 4,224 41
Total receipts $4,367 07
Apportioned and paid township
Receipts lor tbe isveral sums on
file 4,208 45
OlUco exponses 0 30
Commissions on 4,'J14 TO 84 20
f 107 72 re-
loanod 2 1C
Paid to Mrs Taybr,my successor, 28 31
Balance due 27 51
Paid to Mrs. Tarlor, December,
1873 27 07
Jons O. Wuitk,
Ex-County gup't of Schools.
Whereas, The Board is not fully ad
vised of tbe cimes and number of
patient now in tbe charitable institutions
ot the state of Illinois in whole or In part.
at tbe expenae of tho courty . Therofore,
the county clerk It benby directed to
prepare correct Hits or ue nanus oi an
such pertont, with tho daoa of their ad
mittance, and that certaiqr tuon nsis ue
kept by aald clerk, sbowog when tuch
pertont were received by tich instutlont
and when discharged, and hat he be au
thorized to purchase a trail book for
tbis purpose if necessary,
It it orderod tbat the centy clork bo
directed to purchase 2 copltiof tbe statu
tes of Illinois (actt of last onion,) and
published by E. B. Myers, or the uso of
the offices of tbe circuit am county clerk
of Aexander county.
, Mr. Wilson itppored .td took bis
It it ordered by tbe Boad that the con
sideration of tbo thorifri nd collectors'
lemi-annual report be defrred until tbo
regular mooting of this liard, togother
with bis bill accompanyin; saia report,
without prejudice to any ne concerned.
Whereupon tbe Board iljournod until
9 o'clock a. in. Monday.
mondat mornino, i o'clock.
The commliiener mot nrsuant to ad
journment. Present, tbe full board, tbo
clerk and sheritl.
On motion the Board idjourned until
0 o'clock a. in. to-morrow
TUESDAY MORNINO, 11 O'CWCK, JUNE 9t1I,
1874 8th D,r.
Tho Board met, pursnnt to adjourn
ment. Prosent The full Boar., the olerk and
It Is ordered that tbe fulowlng named
persons be allowod tho suas sot opposite
their respective names, fr services por
diem, a officers of tbo coi-t to dato, dur
ing this term ot tho Board f commission
James L Banders. 8 day a com
raissienor 70 miles travo 27 CO
Tboma Wilton, 0 days ai com
missioner 27 00
Gsorga Fisher, 0 daya at com
missioner 27 00
Jacob G Lynch, 9 days at cojn
ty Clerk 27 00
Alexander E Irvin; 0 day s
sheriff i 27 00
And tbat Jobn 1. Holy, oomty sur
veyor, bo allowed tbe sum of ono hundred
dollars, as part payment tor surzey of T.
17, S, R, I, W. as pr order of tie county
On motion tbo Hoard adjourned until
the next rogular msotlng.
Jacob G. Linch, County Clerk.
Jaues L. Sandius, Chairman, 1
Tnos Wilbon, VCom'rs
Gkohok Fisiiei. J
EoU. Wood & Oo
1136 RID1E AVKNUK
Fountains, VhBes.AulnialH. IioiiStiUrs,
Lamp rosts,stahl Fittings,
CAST, WR0UGH? & WIRE RAILINGS
NEW and IMKOVlPl) CUAIK forthoatres,
And a Geucrul Assortment o( Orna
mental iron Work.
Kattmatea and dotluns acnton application,
stating the elaaaof work desired.
H. SMYTH &. CO.
No. CO Olilo Loveo,
B. F. PARKER, "
(Successor In Parker & Hlnkc,)
PAINTS & OILS
Ami the celebrated illiiiiiluutltig
Uross' llullding, 11th St. & Oomorclal Av.
. CA1HO. ILLS.
Boot & Shoe
iletwccf Tenth nnd Klcvcnth Street,
Ih prepared to nil orders without dclav.
Uohaaiinne atink or fur cried leather on
hand.just received from Nmcrk, and ha
put down thcprlcv to tjc lowest notch.
C H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OmCK AM) YAltl),
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo supply or Pittsburg and 111k
Jluildy coal constantly on hand, ritovc
wood sawed to order. Orders for ceal oi
wood should bo left at the offlco on Tenth
tsreet. Terms, cash on delivery.
K. MAXWELL &UO.,
.Manufacturer and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Also Agent for the
No. 7l!),'North Maine Street,
For Sale nt Wholesale nnd Retail.
COllNBK 32ll BTIIEKT AND OHIO I.EVKE,
J. I GAMHLE.
OupoiiHAvarc, China, Ulusauarp, l(ock
cnliuni and Yellow Waro, Stoneware,
China Ornaments nnd Toys, Fancy
Good, riatcdware, Table and
Pocket Cutlery, Lamps, Ijinp
Looklnc Glasses, etc.
In fact every kind or (jooiia belonging to a
Kor the next sixty lay I will oner tho
above goods ut and below cobt.forcaMi only
The goods must bo sold to close the concern.
Clote buvcra uro eiiicclally Invited, cither to
come nnd sec for themselves or send tholr
orders, In cllhorcaso I guarantee autiuractlon
J. T. TUOMAH.
AsHlgnue or Parson, UavU X. co,
Caiao, 111., April IB, 1871.
CARRIAGE & WAGON
Sixth Street und Commercial A ven hp,
Knci lsl attention ulvru to Uohsk Kiioino
and general repairing. 31-it-a tr
II. WAHDNHH, M. P.
II. .!. STALKER, M. D.
Otllco und rohldenoe 111 Comnirulal Avo
uext door to the Athvuoum. tl-IC-t
" 11 ' ' 1 1 ' -WtWsWBWMMBBMMiKWBMiKMiKMMsaaaaaaaaaaMaMa
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
loilett Articles, Druggist's Fancv Goods, Collier WhiU)
Lend and Other Grades, Paints, "Colore, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dye
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc, 3
itiwUn?orC(LS,u7'Tr1i!,le El1 on,w ,''n MnjKBliU. Physicians and (leneral Storea
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
U()V v v
74 Ohio Letrc
(Lato l'ropritler of the St. Nieliolan Hotel)
Has become Superintendent of tho
iii i! in ii
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr W..lt.. l.L i -....
..... "- ..awi.K .anmi cuargo
tinnC!V( ' W ro,?tS. aJ
C Mr. Walkcrw.il welcome
will nlwayH bo glad toeo them.
First-class Day Board 20 por Month.
HARHY WALKER, Supt.
50 Ohio Levee -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
The Planter's House i located on Ohio Loveo Street in
CLOSE PE0XIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center of the UuBincHu J'oition of the City. Tho Houko is new
and complete in ail itn appointmcutfi. Tlio rooms, aro laro and airy, befiide
beiii5 elegantly furnished aud carpeted. Guests will receive courteous treat
ment and the best of accommodations.
Transient Guests $2 per Day. Day Hoarder $20 por Month-
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
O.W. DUNNING, AI. D.
ttLHIIIILVnV i.nrnnr Ninth Allil 'WlllnllL
hi. o levee. Oltlco houn-lrom U a. m,, In
ui , aud 0 l. in
!: 5f ST s
O 4 S C m G " f
g g g
5 H H Z
( co co a
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
Washington Ate. for. Klfhth Ht.
oi huh oiu and well-known house will at
Put it in fln.t.cI.H.1 order for the recen.
I.Ih old cuntomcw to the new houso, aSd
- CAIRO, IXaXaS
m. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THE GItKAT AMEHIOAN CON
Coniumption la NOT an Incurable dtieanc.
I'liynbluna asuro UHthU (net. It U only
neeeiHarr to huve tbe Itlgbt ltemedy, aud
the tenihlo malady cuu be conquered,
Hall's Balsam Is this Staedy,
It breaks up the night sweati, relieves the
ojiprenilvo t'rfhtnesg acro&s tbe liinge, and
healH t" larceratod and excoriated turfacei
wli'iii thoenom ot tliu.dleeaue produce.
WHILE LIFE LASTS T11EKE IS HOPE
It limy not be too lato to eirect a euro even
alter the doctor have (riven you tip
llall'n l(lm In told everywhere, and
may be had at wholeinlo of the Proprietor!,
.lohii F. llonry. Curran & Co., nt their
(Heat Medicine Warehouie, a and 0 College
Waco, Now Vork. 1'rlce f 1 per bottlo.
llall'M llBliam ia also a sure remedy for
CoukIis, Colds, l'hcumonu, Broncblttl',
Aithma, ripittlnfrof lllood, (Iroup. Whoop,
iiif Cough, und all other dlncales oi the ren
AIbo Proprietors of HcoviII'h Hlood and
Liver Byrup.Carhollo Halve,Kdey'j Trochtu,
Oxygenated Hitters, ilott's Liver 1'llln. Ao.
.JOHN V. IIKKHY. CUKHAN CO ,
8 and II College Place, New York.