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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
TWaufr-H. K. I'arki-r.
I'trrk-J. H. I'hlllu.
'cuinat'luf - Wm. II. ollbnt.
Wan-hal-l?. U. Arter.
Aliorm v -W. (J. Mcfi.
I'ollct: MiKUlraieJ.il. Illrd.
. "'' r ALiimm.
Clrut Ward On,. Vu mii, Win. OTalUhi.
',ui Ward-Wood Klil!Ul.nuM. N. b. 11ilt!w-
Tllicl Ward- W. r. Wright. John Wood,
lenr.h Ward I'hyrhn ). I'atli-r, I). .1. I'i,l-v.
WM Hare -T. W. llulllday, tkaa. l.ai iwo'r.
Hr.elt.Ju(!Ki -(. A. Ilarkir.
t.Mi-ulK :krk- J. A. Kituca.
ouoty .ludijB K. K. Youiw.
i,I::ly lli-ra-h. J. Ililllilli.
U-tMi Alliini.y-W.t .Vlslkfy,
'-tikDly lmurrr-A. J. A.di-i.,
.(mitii'r K. Kiuire-a.t..
'oni.iy I'liinmimioncrr T. W. liall'dat. V. V
Ilumi), Sanm-l hr,Wj.
APKM'AX M. K.- Kourtunlh .trwl. rlm-n
Walnut and Vilar i-lm-tp.; ! r Sabbath II
I If- Wid T:;W p. in.; Sunday S knol 1 p. ui.
'I1KIKTIAS Klghtrentli atrwl. MiM-linR Sale
J ti.iib Itl :.Jo p. m. ; prva biu onw.ionaJly.
pIM'Kt II Of TIIK KKr)KE.MKU-K)iuropa1)
J rounMtilh .trw-i; Murium; iian isatiliathi
H'flt) a. ui.; cMiiD(; pravrrt, :: p. m.; .Sabbath
ix-.ltufil a. m. Kb, M. J.'IiIIIuu l.tr. Ui-ttor.
FMUVT MlMiN.UY MArTlT III IU II -l'r-r
hii.i; at 10::i a. m., U p. in., aud ', p. iu.
sabbath M:iiud at ',:) p. ui. la. T. J. M.orw.
IL"l IIKHAN-Thirtwuih itrtft: iminx Nab
4 hath II a. u. and :X p. ui.; Sutiuay s..l,ol da.
f in. Hv. I)u rw liiirr. bator.
MKTIIoIllsT or. Kirhtb and Walnut Mri-t;
l'n.M:hiii( Sulihath T:J a. m. anil 7 p. in.;
I nr mn'tlui;. Wedni-dar ';,) p. ui.; Snaday
Nimol, 3 p. in. Ke. A. V. Morriron. paalor.
I )KKKH YTF. I! IAN Eighth atn-M: pr-a. hlr-on
1 Sabbath al IliiJ a. ui aud 7;:ip. in.; piay-r
n.-tit.s Widn'ulay at 7:3Up. in.; Sunday hihool
: 3 p. iu. H-. B. V. tifor. pastor.
CECUM) KKKK WII.L BAPTIST Fift-r ih
O mrvU htwiwn Walnnt and dar lim it; nr
ywtsa Sahhath at 4 aud 7.:i p. m.
ST. J'DtKI'll H-dtouian falbol.. ) omr Ciom
and Walnnt trit; arrti'i-ii hM.lb 10:'ia
iu. ; Hnndir (H buol al p. in.; p in 3 p tii. ;
mn nt-rr day at ft p. tn.
, OT. r.VTKICK 'K Konan fatholie) Conrr Ninth
i7 trrt and Waobiutrtun ni-iaij .tkh t
( liti t and 10 a m ; rrprr a p. ra Pomlat S hex.
2 p m. ; N-rricru eTry day a: fe p. m. Kt. K .ab!.
Arrival ant) Iparture of TrlnH.
IJ.l.ISOISi CKNTKAL KAII.HOAD.
Ka.rM -:inpai. :lUp.w.
kiaii 4:tUa.ni. 11 4.'.pm.
Kniftt h ilnarn 4:uua.ui.
Frrifhtt :i p ro i:inp.ui.
l AlKO AMI VISCKSXIkS K.VU.KUAI).
alatl lOii p.m. :" a.m.
rT. WjCII, I. M. AND bul'TUKKS H.MI.ki.AK.
Kiprra 1lJll.m. liniipm.
I.AIKO AND bT. Lol'lS KAII.KOAD.
1 Arnvr. llt-part.
TSfoofh Kipra SMlp.m. 10:naiu.
llnrtiatahurti ArroD.nitHlktinn.U Vip.ui. t:Up in.
Kacvpl Sunday. lKccpt Monday.
HNKUAL DRI.IVERT ofm ,::aj a m.; flwn
1 p m. ; xanday ; n t a. m.
Hoary Ordfr I) pirtmc ct oprn al f a. ni. : i'o"'
(t n p iu.
Tt.rnui:ri Kiprr ta l'.liuoi" tvi.tral and
VifHii.pi Ci ntral Knilmadu cIok- at IV ' . in.
Cairn and I'uplar Hi 1.4 Thiuub aud NSay Mail
' . at Vi:W p. di
Way V-t .a liiino.n t't-r.tra:. Cairo and Y;n-ti-nni-a
and Mi.faipii I'rtlra! lUilroat'.n Uo; al
14! p. m.
Way Vt.ii for N'ro Oac?- Haiirnad i '.'- ut K
iiiroain! Kiatvil!f Kim hotte lura al
p ni. dai y (I'ln-pt Kridat .
I'l Ull VUTIIE MI'KTT ROITK TO
4 7 tl I THE MIOHTKsT To I.ol is.
'Yi Jl 1 iV VILI.E, IN(.INN.1I. HAL
TIMOKE AMI WAIil'liT(N.
')t VCT1IE SI!ORTET TO INPIAV-
1 I lino AI'tI.l,I'illl.AliEl.rHIA.NKW
Yd UK AM) 1IOSTON
' SIX HOURS SAVED
Ovir tr&!i.a of .til ntln-r rni'.t''i luukln tin- nnc
P rai.i-iiL'i'r by other Miitf to lunkc rnnr.i-c-lioim
mil. I ride all' ni!ht. waiting fnun ont-to U
lioura at mH,l country i"iiit!oi.ii for trniim id oti
U 17 Xt V UV1,T,IK KAi'Taml iiiki'onr4;
JVliH l.illl 1 4 IS, n tmin, p-ai hlnir Evmi
illn, Inilinimpolin. ('Iin liiinitl and l.imlnlllo minn
i ilay. Tritllia leavn und arrlf at L'niro a Minus :
Vi Mall leaven 4 :4.-i a.m.
Mall arrixcn Hi:iip in.
Through lU-ki.'t and ih'fkn to nil Iniportiitit
V. A. Mil I. Kit ltoSWEI.I. Mil. I.Kit,
(irti'l I'iim. Affi-nt. (ii-niral ult.
I,. II. Cllfltrll. raaai'lip-r Al'i-IU.
IYEI.N( AND KKNOVATIN'd'
L,r()UH OLD CLOTHES
tan ni: uitAi rcrt'U.v
DY11D OH JIEI'AUKD
At a TillltiiK Kipi in.e C. 0. 1).
CHAH. SHELLEY, X0. 30 EIGHTH ST.
jd!a mid (Imit.Ndd hi'.'.nmli' new
JvJEW YOltK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
' for. Nln.'tw'iih ftrvt'1 audi Paivn Til
, luiuiuiTiiul Ave., VtlHvIi 111.
C. O. PATIEU & CO.
ELA I N
FOR ALL ILLUMINATING PURPOSES.
IViviiij, who hnvf Deltlmr t'.u.t; imr iiic'.inotion
H I, A
THE FAMILY .SAFEGUARD Oil,
1 50 c Kahrnilf
lt Siftr Bi-ru-r lhan litter
And is the ury Hifrhitt Gra of Lluniinnrinc Oil from whiih, in the process of
manufactor-. Kvtry Impurity Has lVin ElliininutH. F.Iaim- is Fri- froin
IV-ruiue and Paraffins, 'in Color, Klaim: ih Spring AYatcr Wliif,
and it- Firp T--f ' in So Ilih a to inako it us AtIntr!y
Safr iih any lUr.minant Known. Havinjx No Din
ajrrcfiilili.' (Klor, Flaiut it a P!aant 1 1
Fit Fiin.ilv niy.
IT DOKS NOT INCUUST THK WIPK !
And tl.t is Mi-i.'.t-d ith
CAl'TlO.N J;ouM I UV.-.I in l.'n- p,;r. law .f Elaii.c. a iu ;ri-a and rowin:
f'pular'.U ha.s iriJumi thf intrtuctioD of imitrttitm.
ASK F0K IT. USE NO uTHKIt OIL IX Yon? LA MI'S !
!3A ..RCLA v
U K IIAKKUV.'
Eighth Street, uenv (Vwnmen i-.kl Ayhiuo.
V. KESCII, Piioru-iKwit.
llavlnu' run (I a first-claxH BaU-rv. and iiiarcd n
Ilr-t lii. M. I.iiulu buki riui har-e.Um pr.-! Hi.d
CAKliS 0? KYEItY Pr.srTiUTloN,
frotn the ilni'Jt lo the most rfiili'iruti! kind, inilt
able ti r wnlillni;". Imlls. c'.r.; almi nil kitiiia of
llri'Ril, I'li'n and l'Kslrv, at tlui very lowr.t rau .
ttrdi-rs will br prnnilil'lv rt'led. A delivery wagon
ill run dully 1,1 nil p.-iriV ol the city for the awom
hindiitlnii nt i'iiitiinii-r.
A Hlinre of the voMr pntronSKO In aollcltod, und
EV MEAT MARKET.
Sluiitif Iho ItufTklo Ilnud.
No M. (Ihlo I
KOEIILEIt DUOS, proprietors,
JO M ADULT Aw,nt
A fttll and rotnplottt annpv ftf ,h .
hour, day uruiaht ,
CUIiO. ILLINOIS. TINIINhW
N V. OIL.
K O I U
t-i ;rm -i;.i? tli" pii'ii;ir iio-ritn l' thr
- it Fin- Twt,
Oi '( li it; Ichi;m Klainc
Frcj'.'i.t V. t:imminir.
k ) i sa 1 1 ; Ai'(Mils,
: : ILLINOIS.
ii:y (ioops. kit.
Tlic larg-Nt wliolesnh' ttiid retail Dry
(oio.! ami ( lofliing House in tliitj City;
. lll'e I iei i Inir itiiv (TahiK iloilv mul .11...
I ' IV
offerinp croat bargains in the most hand
some lines of CA1.TETS. OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Caslunrros, lion
rettes, and a prrent many other new
styles of Dress (.'omN, Fans, Etc.; iu
fact in every department of their Ium-m-HH,
they eordially invite the puhlie
to eall and see their Mock. .
CUil'KXTKK AM) I'O.N fit Al TOR.
JOHN" A. POOR,
Cakpxntkk and Contkaotok,
HHOP OX TENTH HTItKET,
1 (betweon WaehlnRtoti and Waluul.)
Estiiiiates on hnildlngs, on losses by Are
or otherwise made on tdiort notice.
VLT. wiii liilrtiirtml io hltn will recrtvr prompt
ntteiiUuii. und will ho eticuud iu a at factory
MORYlYi: r WIT v . V tr.
I i J "IT
MAHKKTS JtY TELEiiHATJl
i MKurooi. tntAis.
LiVKiu-iNiu Jiinuury 1"). 2 r. m.
Wlif at -(iui( t--'intr, ts (Mtji'-ls; Spring
BslO'lcfSs .1.1; California avurugt. Om&'Js
41; (.'a'il'unuu cutii, 0 ;M(U Sd.
Oirn-ncw, 2 :M(i22i CkI. C rn
NKW YORK lHAIN.
New YtuiK, Janxiry 15, IS m.
Whcat tiuitt- No. 2 Ch ic'H, 0709;
Xo. 2 Milwatikw, 1 02; KimI Wintor, 1 00
K5lll;'Xo. 2 Hc-l Winter, $1 lOd',
110j4; No. 2 AiuU-r, fl OGtl Oti.
Corn Quu t-.-ti uiiir-r, i'U& 'li Xo. 2
47V; No- :- 4":,-t-
l IIICO'i) I.U.MN AND I'Rom CK.
Ciiit Ai.o,Jaini(iiy 13, 10 a. M. Crn
Jantwrj-. 2f' ahk';d; Fcbraar', iiO
tokcl; M.tn h. 30 ?s' askol; May
itskwl. Wln-ai-FfLruary,-"' til; March
44 I.M. l'-rk-F. l.riiary, s 02',;
March, 47 ;.kr.l.
Cn:t:'rii, ..inu.;ry l', 12 m. Pork.
Ftliiuary, 07l4 h-ked; Martli, $ 20(2,
S 22,'2. (ton FVIiruarr. :;0cr3'ijj; March,
3U'j a,kc'.l; May, '.'AK. 'h.,-at-Ftlru-air,
Slj),; Marcli, t?4)j.
THK t-KXATolllAI, M lUlii.I.h.
SritisoKii:i.n. January 14 Late this af
ternoon the Ili puli!ir-an joint committee on
caucus lii-ld a inei-tina; and a-:r'i'd to pot
jHmt! the K'-pulilican sftiatori.il ranous,
railed fur to-niht, until next Krid:iy f veil
ing, 17th, and hand-liills were issued nc
coriliitirly. Ii;au, if luat'-n, will not l-e
lx:uteii in the eaumis. lint in the joint ineit
iu;,' of tin; asvcrnlily. Willium Henry
Smith. PresideiU Hayi-' co!kTtor nt Chi
eao, Hrrivcd this ninriiin audfjuietlj took
rooms nt the huti.l without reiristeriitL'.
Smith, a- is well knnnn, isPn-Mderitlltiyis'
riht-hand man hr ihc uhulu northwest,
and In; has liei n - nt hi te to as-crtuiii what
meddling' I.-yar. Iia- Immi tuilty of in the
tlistriljiitiiiii -!' federal patronage. This is
a matter that President Hnycs proposes to
look after hiinw If and not in the interest of
Iiojjan either. Farwuil now annotmn'-ii that
Gov. Culhuii is his second choiee for sena
tor. If Farweli is not careful he will have
Cuilom try in"; to convince Lopan that ho is
Im ati n. and. it f.itlinir in this, hunting a
shntt road to the s'-natorship.
kite to-niirht the tide has aain set in for
Logan, hut it may change with the next
gust of wind. The feeling is no doulit aug
mented from the fi. t that Logan had tele
graphed to his e'.ac.rjucurs in various parts
of tlit staK, who Lave fucked hither in
great numU r- in view uf the supposed !.-
pulilican caucus of to-night.
Tit i; I'l.MiK HATS.
The talk of D.-nioc-rats aiding in lie- elec
tion of Logui!, ur tr. y other le)tihlicai). is
II U Si: IMUX KI.DIN'iS.
Yasiiini,ths, .lanuary 4. I!y a majority
of seven votes tiie. lions'! to-day shelved the
Ctuneva award hill teinv)rari!y, and took up
Mexican pensi m-. but without reaching
any conclusion. Thej deliata was sharp and
spirited, the old animosities bjiiio iirotised.
As a rule I he Democrats fuvon-d the
bill; hut, as in tiej ease i,f Wil
liam and M.iry Colli;g", whieli is not
analogous, some northern Democrats united
with Ilepulilieiuis to fore,; vuriotw ani-ud-nii'tits
on the house, which were design id
to kill the liill.andtln-y suee -eded so far that
it now seems impossible to reach any end of
the difficulty at. this session. Men !ii;e
Hi-agg of Wisconsin contended that it was
not time yet to urge such a nieasniv, or the
government was not able to stand
the expense. There were various estimates
as to the number of men this bill would
pl.teeon tile mils, and in fact everything
was so eon fused that no immediate seltle
ment need be looked for, It is entirely
owing to the temper of the house whether
the (leneva bill is resumed. Under parlia
mentary construction it can be killed if
nny light is made in that direction.
Anotiikk investigation has proven be
yond a doubt that Dr. Hull's Buby Syrup
is the best medicine for teething children.
Price 23 cents n lioltel.
Yor Can hi; II vitv. If you will stop
all your extravagant und wrong notions in
doctoring yourself und families with es
pensive doctors or humbug cure-alls, that
dolmi-m .always, nnd usoonly nuturcH sim
ple remedies for oil your iiilnicnts you will
be wise, well und luippy, and save great ex
pense, Tho greatest romedy for this, the
great, wise and good will toll you, Ih Hop
Bittcrs-lH-lievo it. Son Ti-ovcrbs" lu
iuiother column. '
QiiKUY. WJiy will men amoko comiuou
Uibaeco when they can buy Mittlmrg Dw'a
"Seal of Nortli Curolina"ot the tame prleo?
I .OTAL1T W All
rjt'JCKKDIMiS OF THE DTX I Mill H TI RM, AS j
OKK1CIAIXY REPORTEU KOR THE 'CAIUO j
M I I KTI.N,' THE omtlAl. OKOAN OK A I .- j
I '.Will R (Ol.'NTV.
State of Illinois, Alcxs ndir county, ss.
lU gutar session of the H-ar'l of County
Commissioners of Alexander county, begun
and held ut the Court House in the city of
Cairo, on 3Ionday, tho 2d day of Decem
ber, A. D., IH78.' Present Tlios. W. Holi
day, Martin Brown, fiaml. Briley, Com-
nnssioni-rs. Samuel J. Human, (Jkrk.
The first business being the election of a
chairman, Mr. Tlios. W. Halliiky wa on
motion of Commi'sioner Brown, elrrted
chairman for the cnsUmg year. The Board
thereupon proceeded to the examination of
sundrj-elaimi against the county, p'-nding
w hich the board ad jou nn d until to-morrow
morning at 8 o'clock.
Ti'Fruv mors 1 v, 8:30 o'clock, iif-rr.M-blh3,
The biard met persuant to adjournment.
Whereas the Commissioners YVm. It. Ken
dall, James L. Sunders and Oeorg!: Cherry,
heretofore appointed hy the lwiard to View
the premises ovi r whi. 'i .'aeciii Cetnir,
prays tiiat a road rnay I-: loi:rted. an 1 I
said cuniiiiisi-iiiners U ing of 'he opinion
that the prytr of said petitioner be grant
ed, and they having report! their action
in the premises to this board, locating such
road, giving the courses and distances and
six:cifying the land over which said road is
to pass, as tollows, M-wit :
Over the south side of the half section
line of section twelve (12), township tour
teen (14 ', Hange 31 wct over the land of
Moses B. Winton and John A. Minton,
commencing at the north-west corner of
Jacob Cotnrr'p land and running due west
to the public road a distance of thirty (30)
roils. Thence thirty (30) feet to the place
And the report of said Commissioners
n iw coining ln-fore this Board for action,
and no objections to said report having
been made to this Itoard, it is therefore or
dered that a road thirty (30) feet wide for
public and private use b", and the same is
hereby established, the same to le optm-d
by the said petitioner at his i.'wn expense
a provided by law.
vVhcreas, Dr. J. A. M. Gibbs having
proposed to act as overseer of the poor farm,
for the ensuing year, for tho total sum of
$200, payable quarterly, and tho Umrd !
ing fit the opinion that isaid prohibition is a
fair and reasonable one, and fur the licst in
terest of the county, said proposition was
011 motion accepted, and tho said Dr. J,
A. M. Gibbs is hereby appointed said
overseer of the poor for the year 179.
The hoard having te rn advised that the
bridge over Sexton's creek, on the Ullin
and Cape Gininc-an road is becoming un
safe for public travel and that said bridge
iieels general repair, it is therefor'.' ordered
that Martin Brown. Commissioner, be. au
thorized to contract in behalf of the county
fo;- tlii' rep.dr of slid bridge.
The report uf Nie.lioh" llunsacker. J. II.
Muleahy and John II. Foster, road-viewers,
appointed at the last session of this board
to view t.nd locate road commencing at
the old firm of Samuel Heinmeck in Lake
Milligan precinct and trom thence up i:nd
near the Mississippi river to a point nt or
near the farm of Andrew Xaw on the
Coiro and Tin be road was presented, said
report setting forth that thesaid Commis
sioners have viewd Mid proposed new road,
and over the lands of the parlies as hereto
fore ordered by this board and tlnit they
find said road to be necessary and of gn at
convenience to the community. They also
furtht r report m persons daiming dam
nges except John Wa'ker and Mrs. K valine
Y;:tes. but the said Mr. Yi!t"s Ning will
ing tog'vi said liyht of way provided the
county will pay for rails t make 11 hum
thirty-six liiii) rods long, ihe estimated ecst
of which by said Commissioners lor making
nnd laying said mils being tweniy-fo.-.r
dollars (f.M ), which they recommended be
allowed her, They also report the damage
for said right of way throu,'li the hmd uf
the said John Walter at twenty-ix dollar
und seventy-five rents (??0 73). mid for
rails to make a hum forty-two (42i rods
long,' the sum of twtnty-seven dollars
($27). The said Cotr.inissioneiH recom
mended that said road be sixty-six ((JDl
feet wide und thut it bu located over tho
route, us viewed by them.
And now comes the said John Watkur,
aim otyeeis 10 saui roiei oeing opencu tne
width of sixty-six (t)Gl feet thiough his
land, but ngi-ees that he will not object to
the opening of a road thirty CIO) feet wide,
and is willing to give the right of way pro
vided tho necessary rails were furnished,
anil laid, to make tho new fence cans -d by
change of the roitd. And the liourd believ
ing that this change would not seriously in
terfere, with tho utility ut tho new road, but
bo an advantage to the county in Having tho
cost of tbo land, taken for tho road under
the viewers report, consented to such mcali
ficatlon, and ordered that the report of said
viewer bo approved, "subject to the abm
inmllfleiitlon an to width' of road through
ithv Walker Und, und that the ntperviaor of
tho road district tlmrjgh which mid new
NEW SEHIES-NO. 177
road pusses be ordered to open' said road at
once, i 1 accordance with slid viewers re
port and this order.
The board thereupon proceeded to the
consideration and allowing of claims against
the county, pending which it adjonni.'d
until to-morrow morning at8:il0 o'cliwik.
WKDXKSDAV SlflllMMI, lofl o'lKSK, UH
f KM11KK -I, 1878.
Tin- board met pursuant to adjournment,
same members present.
The following icjiorts of road supervi
sors for the year lSitj, were presented, ex
amined and approved, and the several
amounts allowed said supervisors for extra
services, etc., were on motion allowed, u
will afterwards more fully appeur: .
Wm. MoIIalc, district No. 1; supervisor
directed to work out balance of time.
II. Hunsaker. district No. 2; approved.
E. .1. Metcalf, district Xo. approved.
Eli Abshire, district Xo. ! ; approved.
W'.D. Parrott, district Xo. .; ajiprovcrt.
John X. Dorton, district Xo. 7; approved.
A. A. M. Gibbs, district No. H; approved.
Wiley Clutts. district Xo. 9; approved.
Henry HoWioiis-t, district No. 10; ap
proved. Henry Dunning, district
Dennis Sullivan, d!stricl
No. II; a p-
Moses Lent., iV.stri'-t No. "; nppiuvi-il.
Salmon Ha.iewisnl, district Xo. 14; im
proved. Henry Bass, district Xo. 15; approved.
A.J. Lawliss, district Xo. K; approved.
James L. Sanders, district, No, 18; ap
proved. J. It. F. Stan-lard, district No. 20; tp
proved. A. J. Bunch, district Xo. 21 ; approved.
The following bids were received from
the Argus-Journal and Cairo Bulletin, al
the request of this board, for the publica
tion of the proceedings and notices to Is; in
serted, by order of said hoard, for the i:n-ti-
ing year, to-wit :
firnllcmi-nof thr Hoard of Cunnir ( ominlss!nner
of Alexander county. Illitmi.:
I will publish the proceedings of jour
board for the present fiscal year in the Daily
and Weekly Argus Ht $15.00 per quarter,
(fflO per annum) other matters, financial
rcmrts, advertisements etc.. at 50 cents p?r
square of ten (10) lines, solid minion type,
or one inch space. H. Y. Pottki!,
Publisher of Daily and Weekly Argus.
To tho Board of County Commlralonr ra :
Or.XTi.KMKN We will publish the pin
ceedings of the board, including the finan
cial statement, if any, and all advcitise
nients ordered by the Board of County
Commissioners, commencing December 1.
lsTS, and ending December I, 18711. one
year, us follows: In TttK Daily Ui'u.ktin
nlonii tor fi"litv ilotlurs 1 im v.'il ill uii-n-let-lv
n v 1 1
In TllF. D.MI.V AM) WlXKI.Y BlI.l.KTIN for
one hundred dollars, payable quarterly. In
Tiik Wj.kki.v Bn.i.KiiN alone for fifty dol
lars, payable quarterly.
Caiiio Bu.i.ktin Co.
And whereas, the bid of Tiik Cvino Ihi
i.i:tin Coviv-.xv, agreeing to publish the
priK-eediiigs of this hoard, and all adver
tisements ordered, by said board, for one
vear from the 1st inst., in the week'v edi
tion of said Camio BiM.kTix, being tin
lowest and best bid, the same is hereby in cepted,
and the chairman of this board, and
the clerk, are authorized to execute col-
tract on nenaii 01 tne eoimtv.
The following named persons were s-ilect-i
ed, and on inolioji, ajipointed Ko-id Sup r
i visors for the several ro.id districts for the
jeiisuingye.tr, nnd tho clerk is hereby ii
! stir.cted to notify them, as the law direct.-. ;
James Parrot tditrict, I; George W. Lee, 2 ;
John Miller, :J; Joel T. Mclvamie, I; Win.
I). Parroft, 5; it. T. AVilbourn, Ci; Wm. E.
WishIs, 7;Aaioii Hobbs, 8; Caleb M. Buster.
U: Wm. Childers, 10; George Miller, U.
Miles Coleman District, 12; John Z. T, X.
Halo, HI; Salmon. ILi.elwood, II; John T.
! Miller. 15; Horace S. Caldweil, 1(; Jt-s.t
Willson, 17; Janvs ,s, Sanders, IS; Thus. .f.
MeCiure, I!);.LiiucsS. Saekvtt, 20; W. C. '.'
And further ordered that the number if
j days required to be wer'scd out in road la
j bor, be, and the same is hereby fixed ut live
I (! day und the clerk instructed to notify
the soveral snpervihoiT. accordingly.
Whereupon tin- bi afd, after piisstng upon
claims iigainsf tin county adjourned until
to-lnorrow morning at 8;!K) o'clock.
TllfltsOVY moummi, tux, 5rn IdiJ1, H'.W
The board met pursuant to adjournment.'
The full board present.
Tho report of Pi t r Simp, aherifT etc., of
tees and expenses for months endie::
Deo. 1, was pres tite I, examined, uv I
WlicretiK)ii, on modor, the board allow
ed tho said sheriff the sum of 254.50 prim
ers fees paid by said rherift', upon real eslaM
advertised und forfeitdl for the. year.
1877, tho same being curried forward on
collector' books of 187tJ as costs, and pay
altlv.Jio tho couuty when eellectaal, alto the
sum of $U9J)upriutoni furs paid by him on
.real cstaU alvertiedfer amo year fori de
linquent railroad tuxes, amljudg-jmrpt wot,
refusifd, making a totd umouni to bp 10- ,
fundod liald ihcrliT at aV)V o) 1353,40, siid '
1 'IcONTWtKlii ON TUIftb Hit '