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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
V I M i VII n 1 TTw h FT T T"TTr
of the leading buainea bouac wboae adver.laa
men'. may b found In Tin Bulletin.
DRV GOODS. ,
C. 0. I'atler & Co., Commercial avenue and Sine-
Yocurn & llrodcrlrk, Wash. Ave., cor. Eighth.
Ki-w York More, C. . Pailer Sit., Cor. Nina-U-eli'h
Dr .1. (I. Varean; offlce, 1 Commercial avenue.
Dr. Leach A Wheeler, EILith street,
Dr. W. ('. Jwi-irn, Eighth near Commercial .
Dr W. WhltloU, 1 Commercial IVtUliO.
II. H. Candee, No. TOOhlo levee Oip Malrs).
K'luiLublo Life, of New Vorlt, corner Twelfth and
City National, Ohio levee.
John !-'piuat, corner Twelfth and Levee.
B. C. Kord. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
GENERAL DELIVERY open i':s a m ; cloaca
i:'M p.m. ; Sunday : 0 to t a. m.
Muncy Order Deportment open at 8 a.m.; closet
at ' p n..
ThrojU Exprett Mailt via Illinola Central ;):40
M'.lippl Central Railroad dote at 9 p. m.
Ca;ru ud Poplar Blutf Through and Way Mall
clu'Lt ut 1 p. in.
Way Mail vlu Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln-eei.tii-
and Mi.ippl Central Railroad cloe at
:4.': p. w
Way Ma! L,r Narrow (iaije Railroad close, at
Curo and Evanavllle River Route doe at i':SO
p. to. ca'iy n'xcept Kridayi.
V.yor-N. B TbisUewood.
'rr-'ainf Edward Deauuia.
Otrk Dcnii'.a. J. r'oli-y.
Coui,e!or--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Attorney William Henlrick.
aoia: or aujiiuii!.
First Ward M. J, Howley.
Second Ward-David T. Llaezar, C. K. Wood
rd. Third Ward -W. P. Wright. Ejtbcrt Smith.
Fourth Ward-CharleaU. Patler. Jame Kynaaton
Flfta Ward-T. W. Halliday, Ernet B. I'etttt.
Circuit Jud'-D. J. Biker.
Circuit Cletk-J. A. l'.ve.
Cotuty Jud-'e-R s. Yocam.
Coanty Cl-rk-h. J llomm.
Co a My Attorn.y-W C. .VUlkey.
imn:yTreauivr-Milei W. P&rker.
Snerill John Hodie.
Coroner It. KitZk'ern.o.
County Commissioner T. W. Ualllday,
It. Uifebi. Samuel Brtley.
a rKir.iN M.
1 Wa'.nut and Cedar tret: aervlcea habbata 11
a. m. and 7 :V p. m. ; Sunday School 1 3) p. ni.
CnP.ISTIAN-Etghteenth a'.reet: mef-ttng Sab
bath lu:Jp. m.; preaching occclonally.
UriK'lI OK THE REDEEMER Bplacopal)
Vj Fourt-euth atruet; bunday Morning prayera
10: io a. m.
:3u p. in.: Hunday
achool : ) a u
evening prayer ":) p. in.
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUntCU-
varhiBgat tl: a. m., p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
habbf.h acbool at 7: W p. m. Rev. T. J. Shoret,
JITHERAN-Tblrtifnth etr-et; aervlcet Nab
j bath I:) a m.j Sanday acbool 2 p m. Itev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut atreeti;
Preaching Pabbatb lo: a. m. and 7 p.m.;
p raver meeting, Wedncmlay 7:30 p. in.; Suuday
bchool, a. in. Hi v. '.Vhlttaker, paetor.
1)RESBYTERIAN -Eighth atreet: preaching ou
Sabbath at ll:t a. m. and 7:3p. m.; prayer
meeting Weilnedav at 7:ip. m. ; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Hev. U. V. Oeorc, pastor.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Pifteet.th
ltrei-1, between Walnut and Cedar ttrceti; ler
vicei Sabbath at 3 and 7 :30 p. m.
ST. JOSEPH-S-Roman Catholic) Corner Cron
aud Walnut tn-ita; aervlcea Sa')bath 10::a.
m. ; sunaay scnoni at p. m.; eper o p. m.
Ttcei every day at H p. m.
nwit ami WahlnLton avenue: aervlcea Sab
oath i and 10 a m.: Veaoera 8 p. m.: Sunday School
i p. m. ; tervlcet ever)' day at t) p. m
Hev. F. Zabel
tl-'OMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE U
Y ION. ho'd lt regular weekly meetluga In
the hall of the Cairo Temperance Kcrorm uut. cv
i-ry Thursday alteruoon, at Srjn o'clock. Kvery
body ) invited to attend.
II. MAUEAN, M.
Homooiathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 140 Ut. amerclal avenue. Residence corner
ronrteenth St. and Wafhington avenue, Cairo.
E. W. W1IITL0CK,
Ofuci No. VA Commercial Aveuije, between
JSighltana Mum Btreew ...v.
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elghtk Htront, near Commercial Avenne
a week In your own town, $5 outfit free. No
rink. Header, If you want a bualnea at
wblcb Deraona of either aex can make grei
ray all the time ther work, write for particulars to
u. u alls it wu .i oruana.
Full W or., bottle.
Eisloy's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With IlypophOKphltov Lime and Soda,, with I'epalno
It la highly recommended by pbvalclana ai the
moat efl'ectual and reliable remcilv for cough,
cold, bronchltl, gencrnl dubillty, etc. Agreeably
fluvored, I'loarant in tako. And can be reUlued
vb the we akuttomacb.
Tho Simplest, Surest and Most Reliable
Puro Dlttllli'd Extract of WITCH I1AZKL,
arefully prepared; Thoroughly rullfililn; Full
, Mn'tigth: and equal In alaenf bonk' to iirv made.
Core p"inln, britle, awelllng, clmlli.t'. cul,
wound, liurui,culd, r.ild-hend, pile, null rheum
akin erupllotia, lore eve, anro mouth, nuttrulglu,
lutlamtnHtory wiIIIiir, aore throat and for aching
pain it I undoubtedly tui greateal healing ptcpar
ilon ever ued. Numerous testimonial cull bu
procured If desired.
Hltouuco botllei Wccnti; plutbottloa, 50 cunts;
45 YEAES BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dr. C. McLAXE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that ilesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, an.l all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, und Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FKVER.
No better cathar:ic can be use J prcpan
tory to, or after takmg quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated,
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, Mc Lane's Liver Prix.
Each wrapper bears the signrtures of C.
McLank and Fleming Bros.
I-t"Insist upn having the genuine Dr.
C. McLaxk'b Liver I'ii.ls, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of tlie
nme McLank, spelled differently but same
S Y B D P
It afford me great pleanir to bear testimony to
the ben. Ut I Lave received from unite KellowV
Compound SvrupofHytophophltea I have rec
ommended it to many of inv lrl--nds. and 1: ba
proved an excellent curative for Servoumei-e and
ienertl Debility. It n alxoa Drot clai-i Tnnic-ena-Me
a p.-r,.n t take ou fle.h rapidly, and U free
'roin tue coiinf.palinselT-cKfharvK'ri'tir nfo'her
Tonical hivj tried. HENRY JOHNSTuS.
lieiid Dr. Earle's Titimonial.
Mr Jamcs I Fxi.lom. Manufacturing Chemist.
Sib. For several montha pan I havj need your
Compound Syruji in the treatment of Incipient
rbtliil).Chrotilu Kronchiiic and other Altettion
of the Chett. and I have no henitaiion in crating
that it rank furemnrt amount the remediee ned In
thoi"cdieiv. Il -ing an excellent nervous Tonic,
It exerta a direct influence on the Nervou tem,
and through ii.lt invigorat-i thu bod v. It alTordu
me pleamre to rrcommcnl a rrmedv vh'ch i real
ly yiKd In car f,,r which It iiiUftided, when eo
rusty adeit;ard are worte than uael-M
I am, fir. yours truly. '. S. E ARLE. ,!k. M. D.
It car,- Athma. Lo of Voire, Neuralgia. St
itu Dance, Epileptic Fits. Whooping Cough,
Nervoti.neM, and ir a nioct wondfrful adjunct to
other n-ni'ilii-K in aiictaialng life during the pro
ce of Dipthnria.
Do not t.e (l-etved hv remt-diea beariug a cinii
l.ir name : nn ;her pni'arat'ou is a
f.:iititute tor thi under uny
SOLD BY ALL DRl'iiClISTS
11 T- ?
r T. c
a .pa. s
- 1 .5 U.
"The Richest Blood, Sweetest Breath, imd
rairest skiu lu nop jutu-rn
"A little nop Bitten aaves blj doctor bill and
"That invalid wife, mother. :tcr or child
cau be made the picture of health with Hop
"When worn down and ready to take your bed
Hop Bitter la what you m ud.
"Don't physic and pbvlc. fir It weaken and
I take Hop Hitters that build up con
"Physicians of all school
Hop liitters. Test them.
use and recommend
"Health I beauty ami Joy
hcalth nud beiuty,
Hop Bitters give
"There nrc more cure made with nop Hitters
than all other medicine.
"When the bruin la wearied, the nerve un
etriing, the muscles veiik, ua Hop Bitter.
"That low, nervous fewr. wmit of tdoep and
weakness, call for Hop Bitttora-
Hop Cough Cuti' andPnln Relief is Plcasnut.
Sure mid Cheap,
FOH SALE BY ALL PHVUGISTs.
WHOLESALE WINKS AND LIQUORS.
Denier in .
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD B0URL0N AND EYE WHISKIES,
French 13 rand v, Etc.
No, 137 Ohio Lcvff.
Open at all Uonri, Day and Nijrht,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CniCAoo, October 1, 10 a. m.
Pork-Cash, 119.30; November, f 18 75;
B. January, $12 "S.
Corn October, 39c; November, 40c.
Oats-October, 29c; November, 29 c.
Wheat-October, 93c; November,
Chicago, October 1, 12 m. .
Pork -Cash, f IS 30; January, $13 72 .
Oats October, 808'c; November, 29c.
Cora-October, SOc; November, 40i
Wheat -October, 93c; November,
Ciiicaoo, October 1, 1 p. m.
Pork-October, $18 23.
Lard October, $7 80.
Wheat October, 93c; November, 93c.
Corn-October, 30cS30 November,
40 J c.
Oau -October, 29c; November. 29c;
m:w YORK GRAI!,".
New York, October. 1, 12:01, p. m.
V,heat--irregular-No. 2 Chica-o, $1 OS
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 00;
red winter, $1 Ooifl 13; No. 2 red win
ter, $1 0$X1 OSfe.
Corn quiet, No. 2, 31 ', 51 c.
Liverpool, October 1, 2:00 p. m.
Wheat Strong; winter ss lid; Spring,
7s 8dt&9s; California average, 8i9s 5d;
California club, 9s od&l's 10J.
Corn New, ,"s.
I'EOCEEDIXGS OF THE COUNTY
State of Illinois, Alexander cocxty-ss.
A regular session of the board of county
commissioners of Alexander county, legun
and belli at the court-house in the city of
Cairo on Mouday, the sixth day of Septem
Present Thos. W. Halliday, chairman ;
Samuel Uriley, J. A. M. Gibbs, commission
ers; S. J. llumm, clerk.
The minutes of the last regular meeting
were read and adopted.
A petition of over thirty-five voters, re
siding within five miles of the contem
plated change, was presented to the
board, asking for the relocation of a
portion ot the Jonesboro and Goose Island
road, as lollows: Beginning north of the
residence of A. D. Childers, in section 10,
township 15, south range, 2 west; thence
running south to the south line of said sec
tion; thence on a line between sections 21
and 22 to the south line of said sections
21 and 22; thence south on a line between
sections 27 and 28 to the Santa Fe and
And the board being advised that all the
requirements of law have been complied
with, appointed as viewers to examino said
proposed change, and the probable cost of
the same, Henry Dunning, George Miller
and D. D. C. Ilargis, and to make report
thereof at the next session ot the board.
The reports of viewers her etoforc np
pointed by tiiis board to view the ground
for the proposed changes of a portion
of the Ullin and Cape Girardeau, and the
Thebes and Ullin roads were presented to the
board, and it appearing that said changes
were necessary, and the same having beeu
made, and, there being uo objections filed
tlivreto, or claims for damages made, said
reports were, ou motion, approved and or
The board, thereupon, proceeded to the
selection of the pcttit jury for the ensuing
year, which resulted as follows, viz :
FIRST CAIltO PllKCIXlT.
Robert Hiukle, Nicholas Cautwcll, James
Biggs, T. W. Fitch, H. N. O'Brien, P. Mock
ler, Michael Hiekey, David Holmes, John
Arudt, Nason Lee, P. J. Purcell, Henry
Hasenjager, John F. Hector, Chas. riitfer-
ling, Chas. E. Baughman, Augustus Botto,
Frank Kratky, Harry Schuh, J. Burger, J.
T. Bemiie, Chas. Pennobaker, F. S. Haas,
Wm. Whiter, Jr., Thos. Kimbrotigh, Thos.
O'Callahan, George Hisenburg, George
Lattner, P. Walder.
second c.viao riUXINCT.
W. C. Jocelyn, W. J. Cundiff, John
O'Shea, James Quinn, Martiu Carmody,
George Famsworth, Thos. Mahaniiy, J.
Redman, Win, Oliver, Chas. Newland, C.
A. Scofield, W. W. Wright, Win, M. Wil
liams, E. W. Whitloek, Phil H. Saup, John
C. Atelier, E. Scnuland, A. Marx, Walter
McKee, Herman Sanders, E. N. Hughes,
H. A. Hanuon, Chas. Lame, Jacob Klee,
U. H. Baird, H. Bloom, Win, Neil", D. B.
Thistlewood, A. N. Hurd.
tuihd caiiIo ritEciNcT.
George W. Hendricks, Chas. W. Wheeler,
B. McManuf, John McEwen, Fred 8.
Smith,' N. Feith, John P. Feith, George 8.
Fisher, Juo. W. Cornell, II. S. Williamson,
David Ross, Warren Wims, Win. Stratton
MORNING. 0CI011ER 2.
Richard Murphy, C. Close, Jas. A. Phillis,
Daniel McCarthy, Richard Marnell, E. C.
FOCItTIl CAtltO PRECINCT.
David Barry, Edward Jones, Thos. Mec
nan, J. II. Wooldndgc, B. B. Robbins,
Sani'l E. Wilson, James Kennedy, Chcsley
Naynes, Dennis Coleman, Jno. Pollock, 8,
J. Bennett, Jno. A. Sullivan, E. P. Powell,
Cornelius, Jocob Kline, Jr., M. Easter-
day, Richard Taylor, O. A. Osborn, Moses
Foss, Richard Powers, J. II. Wilson, W.
F. Pitcher.IIcnry Whitcamp, Thos. McCabe,
W. II. Whitaker, Gus. Lummir, S. M. Orr,
Henry Mosely, Green Zook, E. E. Wal-
bridge, T. Clifford, Chas. II. Murdock, M
C. Heath, Albert Frost, Frank Drum,
Biiehael Driscoll, Martin Conley, Bernard
Smyth, S. B. Penn, Peter Kobler.
FIKTII CAIHO PRECINCT.
Jamc Highn, Thos. O.Wilson, James
Harrington, James L. Denny, Peter O'Don
nell, Thos. Porter, Win." Guyant, E. L
Jenkins, Alexander Martin, Peter Donnelly,
John G. Zellers, Jas. Edwards, John Wag
goner, George Woottcn, John Tyler, Milton
Jenkcns, Wm. Horty, Fritz Serbian, C. II.
Evans, Dennis Meskill, Thos. Stratton,
William Oehlcr, T. H. Corcoran, Dan S
Kelly, George Lohr, George Hubbard,
John Kilgour, George T. Orr.
BEECH IlIDOE PUECINCT
Jno. II. Parker, Madison Johnson,
Marion McKamie, Geo. De Geldcr, Sam'l
Burns, Isaac Nelson.
LAKE MILIOAN PUECINCT
J. S. Rile, Nick Worthington,A. Remick,
W. R. Lane. Geo. M. Rile, Jno. A. Summons,
N. Hunsaker, Jno. H. Davis, Elias Henry,
James M. Edwards, Edmund Hodges, J
P. Coil, John Baxter, Jno. II. Brown, jr.,
John Hardin, James M. Bracken, Geo. F.
Grecnwell, James Benson, B. F. Curtis,
Wm. Minton, Wm. Holden, John Irby,
Joseph L. Glasgow, C. C. Bennelleld, Fran
cis Wilson, W. I). Parrott, Philip Finch,
John Ilolden, B. F. Wilbourn, Doc Brooks,
Mathew Holmes, E. Smalling, Albert
Muse, Geo. Twiman, Peter Miller, John
Oehlcr, D. I). C. Hargis, P. Sullivan, Win.
Hulen, Louis McDaniel, Win. E. Jones, A.
Worthington, Geo. Miller, Isaac Collins,
J. Z.I.N. Halle, J. A.J. Provo, Wm.
Skiles, A. Williams, C. M.Braddy, S. B.
Miller, Wm, Crawford, Salmon Hazlewood,
George Vick, A. J. Short, G. C. Jameson,
Layfaette Whitaker, Wilson Harvell, W. B.
Hill, Paul Mowery, J. G. Dickerson, James
Dickerson. Moses Lentz, Calvin Thomas,
Reason Heater, Geo. McDaniel, Monroe
Whitaker, L. I). Davis, Jno. Coughling.
EAST CAPE CIRAUDBAU PRECINCT.
Noah Randall, R. Johnson, W. II. Spann,
Ilenrv Gladue, John B. Edwards, James
Cook, A. Fry, Steward Geer, W. O. San
ders. M. B. Minton, Albery Weathers, Jas.
Billingsly, Geo. W. Lasley, John S. Sam?,
Robert Edmundson, Geo. Giles.
CLEAR CREEK PRECINCT.
Benjamin Edwards, S. M. P. McClure,
Jas. Browley, Geo. Truman, James Stewart,
James Woodward, G. W. Childers, Jesse
Shelton. George Poplin, Jasper Cully, Wm.
Dickerson, A. Koffman, P. C. Callans, Eli
Douglass, David Aberuathy, John Lovcll
Thomas Garner, John Lazare, Abraham
Brown, C. M. Buster, Jacob Christian
Henry Wiseman, William Simpkins, David
Brown, Thomas Hobbs, Hugh Crane, Jas
Miller, Charles Mason, Wai. Brackeu
Henry Planert, Jasper Hatcher, J. F. Stutts,
0SK ISLAND PRECINCT.
M. S. Wicker, F. D. Atherton, John Mil
ler, Samuel P. Bradshaw, James Jackson,
Enoch Metcalf, S,imucl Peterson, J. C
Lcmay, John D. Chitmi, J. T. Pickett, Jas
Thompson, E. Dickerson, John H. Foster,
James Dickerson, Robert Ca vender, John
Summons, Wm. Grefuley, Ishatu Billings,
Henry Billings, George Williams. Thomas
Hamby, James Beuson, Thomas Peterson,
SANTA PE PRECINCT.
L. McDonald, Joseph Taylor, Peter
Shaver, Aimer McBnde, Joseph Hefner T.
B. Vallett, Philip Hefner, John Dortou,
Thomas SmiUiy, John L. Cochran, Ander
son Strader, Ales. N. Ireland, Henry
Smithy, Wm. E. Woods.
Ami, out of the jury list aforesaid, the
couuty clerk is hereby instructed to driw
the ruqusito number, ns the law directs,'
lor the several terms of the said Alexander
couuty circuit court for the year 1881, to
wit: Febauary, July and September
Whereupon tho board adjourned until to
morrow morning at 8 o'clock.
Tl Ksiny MORNING, 8 O'CLOCK, SEPT. 7.
The board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
John Hodges, sherilf, and ex-ollkio col
lector, presented to tho board his statement
of tho collections of tho revenue for tho
year 1879 and previous yew, together with
listn of forfeitures, abatements, etc., which
the board proceeded to examine, and after
due consideration thereof, said statements
were found to be correct, and approved, and
the board thereupon directed him to pay
any balance remaining in his hands to tho
proper authorities, and also directed that
tho list of uncollected personal taxes be re
turned to said collector with directions to
collect all of said personal tax remaining
unpaid ho can.
The settlement of tho county revenue as
per said report being as follows:
Total amount ot taxes charged
for tho year 1879, includ
ing forfeitures and enjoin
ed taxes for previous years,$ 23,330 58
Credits including forfeited and
enjoined for 1879 and pre
vious years, and cotnmis
feioris on collections 2,754 27
Net amount duo tho county. $ 23,582 31
The petition and bond ot John II. Foster
to keep a grocery at Commercial Point, in
theGooso Island precinct; also of John
Pilliard for a grocery license at Elco, in
the Hnzlcvood precinct, were presented to
tho board, and it appearing to the board
that both ot said petitions have been
signed by a majority of the
legal voters in said . precincts
according to law, it was on motion ordered:
that said petitions and bonds be approved,
and the clerk is hereby instructed to issue
said license upon their filing the treasurer's
receipt for the required amount.
The board thereupon proceeded to the
examination of claims and accounts against
the county, pending which it adjourned un
til to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock.
WEDNESDAY MORNINO, 8 O'CLOCK, SEPT. 8.
The board met pursuant to adjournment,
all members present.
The deed of Wm. Ireland and wife to
Alexander county for a right of way for the
Santa Fc and Thebes road, was received,
ordered filed and recorded.
Miles W. Parker, county treasurer, pre
sented to the board his reports of the gen
oral revenue of 1879 and 1878 and previous
years, also the special road and road and
bridge funds, from September 1, 1879 to
September 1, 18S0, which the board pro
ceeded to examine and check up, and the
same now having been completed and
found correct, said reports were on motion
approved, and the county orders, road and
bridge orders, and jury certificates accom
panying said reports, destroyed by burn
The balance of the day was occupied by
the board in examining and allowing claims
against iho county. It then adjourned un
til to-morrow morning nt 8 o'clock.
THURSDAY MORNINO, 8 O'CLOCK, KEPT 8.
The board met pursuant to adjournment
All members present.
Tho following resolutions in regard to
fixing tho compensation of the sheriff, and
ex-oflicio collector, and the circuit clerk
and cx-oflicio recorder of deeds of Alex
ander county, were presented, and on mo-
lion adopted viz :
Resolved, That the whole comnensation
ot the sheriff and ex-ofiicio collector of
Alexander county, including the salarv of
the said officer, with his necessary clerk
aire, stationary, luel ami all other expenses,
fihnlt hn tltn funo ami
oflte . hat . : no7oL
allowed by law, to, and collected by said
Afll-nr nvnnh'nn aII ...... 1 . C l ' i 1
y..4i.i.. lAbiiHg an suiii ious vhui lDciuu-
tng commissions on taxes collected) as are, persoual, as assessed and equalized, there
or may be chargeable to and payable by frn tr t. '
tho county. Tho salary of said officer , . . , l ,
ueing nereoy iixeu at fi,ouu, per annum,
and the clerk hero stationary, fuel nnd al!
being hereby fixed at 1 1.500. Der annum
and the clerk hero stationary, fuel and all
other expenses, being the remainder of said
fees and emoluments above named, which
may bo collected by said officer in excess
of said 1.500.
'And said sheriff shall also be allowed the
sum ot torty cents (40c.) per clay each for
Wa nr 1 l. ..i... a i ... .i
wiua irv.i vttij i.i ijuiuwy UAl'U U3 lllli COITl"
, . .. i .i i. :
ing prisoners in the county jail as provided
'.u.Hiivii iu u'vei iuu iiuiuui cusl ur inir- i
Ami in relation io trio circuit clerk and
Resolved. Thanh whclo , L ' "
of the clerk of tho circuit court and ex-
by law, to. and collected by said officer.
Tho salary of said officer, boimr horobv
fixed at twelvo hundred dollars nor annum,
and tho clerk hire and expenses allowed
being the remainder of said lees and eraolu-
menu abm-n h.m.1 ,M,.i, un Miif.
ml by said officer, as above in excess of said
Tho following named persons were
delected, and they are hereby appointed
judgesof election for tho several precincts
of the county for tho ensuing year, viz:
First Cairo precinct Geo. W. McKcaig.
Thomas Wilsou, Joseph I. Able.
Second Cairo precinct -A. Comings, W.
M. Williams, W. A. Keyscr.
Third Cairo precinct John J. Bird, Jno.
Wood, B. F. Blako.
Fourth Cairo precinct William Wolf,
Samuel Walters, D. J. Galligan. I
l ifth Cairo precinct Chas. Lancaster, J.
C. Thomas, James Carroll.
Beech Ridgo precinct Marlon McKemie,
Madison Johnson, John II. Parker
Lake Miligan precinct James W. Ice,
N. Hunsaker, W. R. Lame.
ollicio recorder of deeds of Alexander coun- one hundred dollars valuation of property
ty, including the salary of said officer with both real and personal, within the countv
his necessary clerk hire and expenses, shall subject to taxation in accordance with
bo tho fees and emoluments of said office, . , x. . '
that are now oi may hereafter bo allow,! vot0 of tlia PP1 Member the 4th, 1879,
I'roviiieu, l Mat criminal fees payable by pursuance ol said vote. November the 13tb,
the county shall only bo allowed and paid 1S70. Which said additional tax is by
said officer, aa part of eaid compensation, to (,, ,., i ; , . ,
the amount of two hundred .1. IW .ml nn 8ald votc aud order 8ut arart M specially
NEW SERIESNO. 82.
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Gooso Island precinct John Miller,
Elijah Dickerson, John Walker.
Santo Fe precinct John Bishop, Alex.
II. Ireland, John M. Dorton.
Thebes precinct Martin Brown, Thomas
Hobbs, S. Marchildon.
East Capo Girardeau precinct James
Billingsley, James L. Sanders, Ed B. Gar
raghty. Clear Clear precinct Pilgrim McRavcn,
Henry Goodman, A. J. Finley.
Elco precinct F. A. Short, Geo. Vick,
Sandusky precinct D. D. C. Ilargis,
Maurice Fitzgerald, Henry Dunning.
Unity precinct Patrick Morgan, J. P.
Coil, William Ireland.
The following voting places, at the re
quest of parties interested, and living in said
precints, were on motion changed as fol
In the Clear Creek precinct, from tho
store of T. J. McClure to the store of Mc
In the Beech Ridge precinct, from the
late residence of J. J. Notwotney to tbe
storehouse of tho Beech Ridge Mill Com
pany. In tho Sandusky precinct, from Short's
storehouse to the storehouse of Henry Hun
sakcr. In tho Hazlcwood precinct the election
will hereafter bo be held in the Odd Fel
lows' building in the town of Elco. Ami
it is further ordered by the board that the
name of Hazlewood election piecinct be,
and tho same is hereby changed to the
raiame of Elco election precinct.
Whereupon tho board after allowing
certain claims against the county adjourn
ed until to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock.
FRIDAY MORNINO, 8 O'CLOCK, SEPT. 10.
The board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
The bill of Jacob G. Lynch, late county
clerk of Alexander County, for balance of
fees due him up to June 7, 1877, the date of
his resignation as said clerk, which accord
ing to a report of said fees made by Alex
ander II. Irvin, January 31, 1878, amounts
to the sum of $394.05, is before the loard
And the board having now examined said
report, and being fully advised concerning
the same, it was on motion ordered that
the said sum of 394.65 less the amount
paid by the county toF. S. Smith and Alex
ander II. Irvin for writing up the books and
records of said J. G. Lynch as said county
clerk, amounting to f 192.75, and' tho
amount due and unpaid S. J. Humm as
deputy county clerk, be allowed tho said
Jacob G. Lynch, in full of all demands
against the county of Alexander, and the
clerk is hereby instructed to draw an order
in favor of said J. O. Lynch for said bal
ance. Whereas it has been ascertained and is now
determined by this board after careful in
vestigation that the sum required to meet
the current and necessary expenses other
than road and bridge purposes for
the ensuing year, and to nav enr-
liabilities already incurred, will
such an amount as will be
I'edbythe extension of the rate of
seventy-five cents on the one hundred dol-
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a,ai vmuaiiuu ui property, ootii real and
the 100 valuation of
vruereu, mat saturate ot 73 cents on
t,ie t100 valuation of property within the-
county of Alexander,
ed and equalized, sul
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as the same is assess-
.ibjcct to taxation, be
anu mc same is levied and assessed as the
rugulr countv tax for the year 1880, which
said rate tho county clerk is hereby direct-
- " -"iy toneciors
oooks as tuo resrular county tax for unhl
The county clerk is hereby further in-
structed, and directed to extend on said
county collectors books for tho year 1880,
tlie a(,Jltlonl tax, buiug fifty cents on the
an 1,10 ocL'r f thu board, adopted la
appropriated lor roau ana Dndgo purposes.
i i i
Tu0 treasurer is also hereby directed to
place and keen ell monies arising from
said additional tax for the years 1879. 1880.
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nuu i001 "10nies coming trom license.
in tD0 8Pecial roa(1 funil. to bo paid out
only upon warrants drawn by order of the
couuty board against said fund. ,
For all claims allowed at 'this session of
tho board, including per diem and mileage
of members and clerk, "excepting those
payable from tho special road fund," for
which demand warrants shall bo drawn.
thero being money in the appropriate tund in
tho treasury to pay tho same," and for the
cluims allowed at the last Juno and July
sessions of tho board, and not heretofore
paid, the county clerk is hereby authorised
and directed to draw warrants on the troaa-
urur of tho county, against, and in auticipt-
tion of tho collection of taxes for thevear
1880. Said warrants are payablo out of
tho funds specially appropriated, and set
apart as below set forth, viz:
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