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Sainmcr Wood and -Kindhnp;
' coneuntly on band " . f; 1- ,
:At8flverjti-fiTe wnt for load, $
' it one dollar per load.
The ,'lr1miB(t."-MorvUiii)i! make
the beat niait wood fur cooking burpo-ataa well
a the cheapen ever old .a "Cairo, for black
mlUTa m UMitUDK tire, they art oneqoailad
Leave ynor ordtra at the Tenth street wood yard
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3 a Cc
CAIRO CITY FERRY .CO.
THREE lzE2. STATES.
Oa and aflei VoLdar, Jdd 7th, and until tnrtber
BoUra tbfcnybot wlllmaka trlpa u follow
Foot foarth U Mluoart Land'f leatocij Ld g.
:00 a. ... . . 8 JO a. . , M .. a. m.
10 .-00 a. n. - at. "ll.a.
Ip.a. tJOp.aa. tp.B.
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BODATB 1 ' '
I p.m. p.m i p.m
I 1 A I
A Kew aod uompioM Tl-tel. frontlni oa Leree
8teoad itnd KMlroad Btrel,
Tb ?wngcr Dnot of the Cblcato, St. LaU
an' .ew Orl.tnoi: Illliuil (utrl; Wahaah. Ht.
IxmiU and Pacldc; I.ou Monntaln and H .nihern,
Mob'le aud jOblnt l air and At. Loaia Kauwaa
are all )ot th a liwnt; white lh Steamboat
LaixllMg in but ouaaqaara diatant. . .
Thla IJotaJ ta heated by ttaara, haa itcim
I.anndry. Ilrdraulle Eleratnr, Klertrie Call Bella.
Automatic Fire-Alarm. Batba. abanlotrlr pure air,
perfect aeweraee and tomplne appointment.
8oprb farnivhlni;; perfect aerrlce; and an on
azcvlled table. . . ;
A LBXANDER COUNTY
mni aeiaaimd. MimimI a -
Corumcreial Avenue and Eighth Street.
CAIRO. ILI,S. ;
F. B088. Trealdent. I P. N RTF. Vlco Pree'nt
U. WELLS, Caablor. " ' T. J. Kerth, Ata't eaab
' 'Dtivctora:' a " "
T. BroM...nM (Vro 1 William K'nire. '.Cairo
FcerNert " winum woir.. ..
C, M Oaicrloh.MM " C. (. J-atler..-M "
S.A-Buder M. " II. Walla ,. "
J. Y. Clemon, Caledoula.
A OESKHAt, BANKING DCSINB88 DOKE..
Kxchange aold 'and botisht.' alnterect paid In
thetiavluga Department. CollucUoua made and
ill bualnons promptly atfoudod to.
, VARIKTJ BTOni.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The ; Largest Variety, Stock
f."' "iK tiik'citv. , i
G00D8 SOLD VERY CLOSE
C O. 1'ATIEH & OO.;
pr. Nineteenth treat 1 ... Pa I PA 'Til
y'pium.tclalATanttW ' VttUU 1U.
i' A .i i ; r
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, lu the State ol Illlnoli, at tbecloae of
March 11th, 188i,
Ixi.n. and dltcounU;
U. H. bonda to aecvra circula
tion . ..:.....
V. 8. bond on band
Other atockt, bonda and niort-
t 411.4-29 7
II ' V . r
Doe from approved reaerve
Due from other natloual bank. ' , , ,
Due from Stale banka and "
Ileal ealate, furniture and fix-
Current expeuaea and taxea
Check, and other ca.h Item.. MH 29
, .81,418 66
Hill of other Hank 14,'tia U) ' " - '
Kractlonal paper currency,
nirkul.and Deuule MM U)
Kllvt-r 8,760 3fl.9t4 00
Leiral Tender note 25.0U0 00- 74,517 W
Kedemptlou fund ltb V. H.
'1 rraonrer, (5 per cent, of clr-
Due from V. 8. Treaturw,
other than 5 per cent re
8 (00 fO
Capital tock paid in
t loo.oon oo
ational bank note outstand
ing Individual deposit uliject to
, check , tTJi.tfogo
Duniaudjrerti Urate ofdeprwlt, H.7!t1 5
Due to other national bank, L, 186 41
Due to State bank and
Notea and bill. re-dicounted
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State of lllinoi coantr of Alexander. ...
I.Tho. W. Ilallld.ir.CaKhli-r of the above named
bank, do aoleninlv rwear tliat ih .int-mont
1. true to tbe beat of my knowledge and bv!li-f.
ax . " . IM'- itJ-tDAT. t'a.hier. ,
BUbaerlned and (worn to belore me ihia Ititn il.v
of ilarcb, imi. M. J. HowLKr.
toiwstT Atteat: , t
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D. Wiu.iAJiaos. n V Director..
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Cre t Cr.riiK'a Orwc,
CAiMr, lu... Mar. 17th, 1P8
Public notice U hereby i'lvn tr.at on Tue.dar tbe
18th dav of April A. I) lri, a ireneral election will
he held In tbe cltr of Cairo, couutv of AlrxandL-r.
ata'aof llinola,for ibo election ofone aldrrm.a
for iber(air term of two yemn from each of the
flrewa 'i of the city.
Yor the purpnae of .aid elortton pole will be
opened at tbe following aamed plnc. Tlx:
In the Klmt ward at tbe police headquarter la
rearot Mr. Ita Wb
baildiDK corner of blith
trcrt and Ohio levee.
lo tbe Second ward at tbe engine bonteof the
Houeh and Kadv flrenmti.r
In the Third ward at the enirlne Louae of the
iiioernian art. company.
In the Kourth ward, at the Coort IIouno ' .
And In the Fifth w ard. at the enulne hou.e of the
Anchor Are company.
naia election win te open at el -bt o clock in the
morning, aud continue own nntii .even o'clock In
the afternoon of ituo day.
, U.J. KOLKY, ,
1 CltyOItrk. '
P M. WAIID,
DIALIB IX ,
WOOD, COAI aiuUCE,
' itSUs Muddv ' 'l '
by Ibe Too or Car Loaddellvered la any part of tbe
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
Cf L'ar ordort at my Wood aod Coal Office.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL S0ETS, SIZES AUD STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COITER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL glHDi OF JOB WOBX DOME TO ORDKR
NO. 87 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. , - Illinois
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATH PATENT
iRefrioeraor ; Oars,
WholeBalo Dealer -in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WEU
rHKED FOR SHIPPING.
Gar, Loads a Spooialtv, .
. . . ' 1 S.' i . I
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY
THE CONTRAST !
1l7Ule other jiukUiff Powderg
are largely a&ulieraU'A with
ft ami otlier hurtful drttgn,
haa been kept tinchnnged in all
its original purity and nfrettffth.
The bent evidence of its safety
and effect Irene is the fact of its
having received the highest testi
monial from the most eminent
chemist in the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time,
lliere are no powders that bear
higher chemical tests, nor any
tlmt show so good results bg the
TEST OF THE OVEN, t
It is a pure I'rult Acid Baking
J'o tvder. Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111,, and St. Louis, Jfo..
Manufacturer of Lnpulin Yeaat
' Genu, Dr. Prioee Special Flavoring
Extract, and Ht, Prlce'r Unlquo
METAL TIP LAMP WICK.
Patented De.7tb, 1830.
Thl Wick rlvM a Brilliant Wh-te Lleht. aonert-
or to Oa., require no trimming and lat for ma
ny month, a Ibe Oil burns and not tbe wick. 1
ic. inrif., a wicKP, cm. ta n icita. I j cie. m
Wick. S7.il Sentbrm II on- receipt of 'Mleo.
AUte tixe. Hi Dave lour f No, U. . o.l,
S, No, i, T. and Wo. I. 14 iorhea widi 'Larre
I'mflii ta Agent. METAL TI?t LAUP WICK
cu., jJLoartlaaUt fit , .Aew Vorx.
State ok Illinois, )
. ... - . , Alexander County, , '
' k regular amlon of the board of Count
Comuiiasionm of Alexander county, begun
and held at tbe court bouse in tbe city of
Cairo in stid county and state on Monday,
the 5ib day of pecember, A.JJ1832.
Present Thomas W. ILillidar, J. A.
31. Qibbs, Peter Saup, Coniuiissioneri, Suml.
The recently elected member Mr. Peter
Saup having fil"d bis oatb as required ly
law and received bis commission as a mem
ber of said board, he thereupon took his
seat as a meraber.thcreof. . ; 1
.The first business in order being tiie
election of a chairmsn. Mr. Tbos. W.
nalliday wns on motion of cemmissioorr
J. A. M. Gibbs rcelcd as said chairman
for the ensuing year. . . . ; . j
Tbe bond of Sam. 3. LTumm as county
clerk "for continuing in office for one year
has provided for by the constitutional
amendment, by the vote of the people at a
iu 'the sum of three thousand dollars, with
Richard Fitzgerald, Patrick Fitzgerald
and Daniel Hitrtman as securities thereon
was presented to tbe boaid, and on motion
approved, ordered recorded in full upon the
record of thecounty board, and then to be
filed with the circuit clerk as provided by
The bond of Miles W. Parker, la the
sum of thirty thousand dollars, as county
treasurer, for continuing office for one year
was provided for by the aforesaid constitu
tional amendment, with Henry Weill,
William Kluge, John Gates, John McNunty,
Leo Kleb, Chas. ,0. Patier
and Peter Nt-lT ita "securities,
thereon, was alio presented to the board.
On motion the tamo was approved, and or
dered filed with the county clerk.
The petition of Mrs. V. A. Tuylor, for ap
peintment as school superintendent to fill
racancy for the one year created by the
foresaid amendment, was presented to tbe
board, and, on motion, the said Mrs. P. A.
Taylor was appointed as such ' school su
perintendent for said year as provided by
The petition and bond of John II. Foster
for permission to keep, and tuaibtain a
dram shop at Commercial Poiut, in the
Goose Island precinct, is before tbe board,
and it appearing that all the requirements
of law huve been complied with tho same
was, on motion, approved, and the clerk is
hereby instructed to issue to him tbe nec
,The reports of R. Fitzgerald, coroner of
inquests, hold .upon tho following persons,
were presented to the board examined and
approved r it f Tr.T'f f
Joseph Barton, Sept. fc, '8t 5 "Unknown,
Sept. JO, "81; Edward Lindley, Sept. 91,
'81 1 Mary Bnugh, Oct. 8, 81;fuestobe
probated against her estate; Richard Phil
lips, Oct. S3, '81 ; A. Peoples. Oct. 28, '81 1
A, A, tamphier, Nov.,'18, '81; Unknown,
I '.'i'Hii'l '-tit ';ii!ifo-'
1 fH1 i i fU' ' t ,;.M ;
Nov. 22, '81.
lV request of a .number ot.icitizeni .of
unity precinct to change tie, place of, hold
ing election! in laid precinct, was; on
rnolion, ordered that the plnceMof holding
said election bo and the same is hereby
chaoed from Jthe store house of B. F.
Curtis to the school house.
The board thereupon proceeded to the
examination of claims and accounts against
the county, pending which it adjourned
until to-niorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
TcEbOAT Moiinivo, Dec. 6, 82.
The board met pursuant to adjournment,
All member present. . 1 . -
The reports of tho several rbatl supeN
visors of the connty for the year, with the
exception of road districts Nos.'l.to 18,
were presented to the "board, ex trained,
and on motion approved, and such amounts
for extra latxr and service whs allowed to
said supervisors as in the opinion of the
board seemed fair and just. ' i : t
The following named persons were select
ed, and on motion they are hereby appointed
road supervisors for the several road dis-
tricts within the county for tl4e ensuing
year, and the clerk is hereby instructed to
notify them' as the law directs: A Hun-
acker, district No. 2; - Andrew Naw, 8; J.
B. Anderson, 4; Jas Vf. Craig, 5; 'John
Hardin, 6; French Jones, 7; WnT Flauni-
gin, 8; Henry WeinnO, 0; Peter Miller, 10;
Henry Dunning, 11; A, Worthington, 12;
Win Crawford, 13; Talman HAzlewood, 14;
John Miller, 13; Sidney Clapp, 10; Joseph
Ilaioe, 17; Jis. L. Sanders, 18; E. Melton,
19; Sam'l Briley," 20; Jos Billing.by, 21;
Geo DeGelder, 22; Scott Caublc, 23.
It is further ordered, that tbe number of
days each person (excepting those exempt
by law) is required to work on tho roads
for the next year, be and the same are
hereby fixed at five (5) days each.
On motion, it was ordered; that tbe
license for keeping and maintaining a dram
shop in the county, be and the same is
hereby reduced from the sum of one hun
dred dollars per annum to the sum of sixty
dollars per annum. ' ' ' '
The petition and bond of John B.inkston
to keep and maintain a dram shop, at or
near to what is known as the six mile well,
in the Fifth Cairo Precinct wa3 presented to
the board, and all tho requirements of law
having been complied with, the same were
on motion approved, and licenic granted.
The application of a number of citizens
residing in Road Districts Nos. 13, 15 and
20 for a division of said districts, and the
forming of a new one from the territory
taken therefrom, is before the board for
consideration, and tho Lotrd after carefully
considering the same, and being fully ad
vised therein, and being satisfied it 'would
be of great benefit and convenience to said
residents to make said chascre, i t was on mo
tion ordered that sections 4 and 5, township
14, range 1, west, now a portion of Road Dis
trict No. 13; section 6, township 14, range
1, west, now a portion of Road District No.
20; sections 1 and?, township 14, range 2,
west, also a portion of Road District No. 20,
and st ctiou No. 3, township' 14, range 2
west, now a portion of Road. District No
15, be and tbe same are hereby formed into
constitutional, nod made a separate road
uiHtrict to oe designated ana known as
Road District No. 23, and further ordcrod
that Scott Cauble be appointed supervisor
of the sime for tho ensuing year.
' The deed of P. Fitzgerald, M. DeGelder,
Nelson Mason, Henry Latham, Lucinda
Martin and G. F. Ort, donating a right of
way CO feet wide from a new county road
from the residence of M. DeGelder to
Beech Ridge, to connect with the new
county road from tbence to the city of Cairo,
was presented to tho board received aod
ordered of record. , .
The report of G. B. nerrick, L. D. Davii
and Wm. U. Ralls, who, at the last session
of tho county board, wero appointed viewers
to report upon the expediency of vacating
a portion of the Cupe Girardeau and Ullin
road, commencing near the rcsidenco of
Miles Caublo and ending at tho old cross
ing of tho Cape Girardeau and Ullin and
the Cairo aud Jonesboro roads, is presented
to the board recommending said proposed
vacation, aud the board being now fully
advised therein and in view of the fact that
anew road, on a better location has already
been' provided for, suid report, was, on
motion, received, and the recommendations
therein contained concurred in, and laid
portion of said road la hereby declared
vacated. 1 t 4 ' , '' .
Tho petition of J. J. Turner and 83
other citizens of tbe Elco precinct4 praying
for ibe opeuiog up and maintaining of a
new road, commencing st Mary street with
town of Elco at tho point, where tho new
Capo Girardeau and Ullin road, intersects
the Jonesboro and Cairo roaJ,' and rUnulug
easterly a dktaooe of forty (40) rods, moro
or less, to the right of way of the Cairo'
St. Louis railroad ; thence along the west
sidu of tjio said right ot way a distance of
thirty (30) rofli, more or lose, to where tbe
Cape Girardeau aud UlUu road crosses tho
said railroad,' is submitted to tho board,
and tho board being fully advised that alj
the requirements' of laws have been fully
complied with. .G. R. Herrick, Milea Cola-
man an l Lafay
otto Whiter were, or
: t. ijt ta j.-j.'i .' v. ifi v it ' ,,' i '.
V vi . --.-. tt-"if v, r.
motion appointed tfowcra to inspect tbe
route of itid proposed new road, and re
port upon the expeJienpy of opening np tho
same at the next session of the board. ,
Tho report of Sheriff Hodges ot the sale
of forfeited lands aod lots, under the
provision of section num'cr 203 of the re
venue law of 1881; which amounted to the
sum of $87, was presented to the board,
aud, ordered filed, and, further, ordered
that all costs and expenses accruing on
said sate be- first deducted from the gross
proceeds thereof, the balance of said taxes,
if any, to be divided prorata among the dif
ferent funds entitled to the same. -
The proposition of Dr. n. C. Barkharien
to visit paupers at tho poor farm when
necessary and furnish all medicine requir
ed for the ensuing year for the sua of one
hundred and sixty dollars. And that of
Dr. V. R. Perter filed Jto perform the same
services for the sum of ono hundred and
seventy -five dollars are before trie board
for consideration, and that . of Dr. Bark
hunsen being the lowest, laid proposition
was on motion accepted, and the said Dr.
Barkbausen is hereby appointed medical
overseer of said poor farm for the ensuing
year at the sum of $100 per annum.
Uriah McCoilum was on motion retained
as keeper of the poor farm for the ensuing
year and to receive as compensation for
furnishing clothing, fuel, food etc., the fol
lowing amounts, viz: For each adult the
sum of eight (8) dollars per month , for
children of twelve years of age and under
the auinof five (.5) dollars per month each.
On motion B. F. Brown was appointed
overseer of the poor in the county for tho
ensuing year, at salary of forty (40) dollars
Tho board thereupon took up claims and
accounts against the county after au exam
ination ol which it on motion adjourned
until to-morrow morning at 0 o'clock.
Wednesday Mor.mno, Dac. 7th, 188$.
The board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
The day was consumed by the examina
tion of the reports of Miles W. Parker,
county treasurer, on the road and bridge
and general funds of the county from the
1st day of December, 1880 to the 1st day
of December, 1881, and the same having
been duly examined, checked up and found
to be correct, were on motion approved,
and all road orders, county wanrants and
jury certificates accompanying said reports
were destroyed by burning, in open session
of the board.
The board thereupon adjourned until to
morrow m irning at 0 o'clock.
Tquusday JIob.nino, December 8, 1682.
The board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present-Thomad. W. Halliday, Peter
Absent J. A.M. Gibbs.
John fridges, sheriff and ex-offlcio collec
tor presented to the board his statement of
tbe collection of tho revenue for the year
1830, and previous years, together with
lists of forfeitures, abatements, etc., which
the board proceeded to examine, and after
duo examihotion thereof, said statements
were found to be coircct, and approved,
and tho board thereupon directed him to
pay any balance remaining in hla handa
over to the proper authorities authorized
to receive the same and also directed that
the list of uncollected personal taxes be
returned to the laid collector with direc
tions to collect all of said personal tax re
malning unpaid he can.
The statement of tho county revenue ai
per Baid report being as follows:
Total amount of taxes charged for" the
year 1830, including forfeited and enjoined
taxea for previous year $2,413,409.
Coed its including forfeited Insolvencies
and enjoined for 1830 and previous years,
and commissions on collections $2,273.69,
Net and duo tho county $21,839.30.
For the purposo of paying coupons for
interest on bonds of tho county issued to
fund outstanding county bond, the sum of
$2,500 is hereby levied and assessed against
tho real and personal property within the
county, as the same ia assessod and. equal
ized. The tax hereby levied to bo used only in
paying coupons for interest duo and com
ing due, beforo registration of bonda with
tbo state auditor.
And tho clerk is hereby Instructed to ex
tend said tax upon tho collector's books for
the year 1881 in tbo Bamo manoxr that
other tuxes are extended.
It waa considered, and ordered by tho
board, that the county tax levied at tho last
September sesslcn thereof, be and the
same is hereby appropriated and set apart,
'.'including claims allowed at the June and
J'lly sessions of tho county board for which
warrants against the revenue of 1881 have
been drawn," and made special fund to
bo appropriated for defraying tho ordinary
expenses of thecounty for the curront fis
cal year ending September 1st, 1883, in
tio amouuts, and for the special purposes,
following, via j : t
, qiioviT count KxrMBEa. "
For paying jurora aod deputy aherius at
tending upon ifttd court by order of the
Judge, to le allowed fl.QQ' per day eaoh,
ano; all other necessary elpenoea of laid
court, the aun of $3,000. ; , n ? ;i r
.poem cocut' sxrxfte. , t
For having the aaiary, of tbn i' edunti
judge and jurors feea in said Coirt th
sum of $li000r ' 777 v 7
sxtenbr ov Dirnxo fHieonna
For dieting said prisonera, in county jail
theaumof $3,000. ' 1 ,
,, EXPENSE Ol FATJPXHS. '
For paying costs of providing -lory and1
the care of paupers, the ium of $2,40(7. .
sxrxNBB oa ilkctiohs. 1 '
For paying costs of regular electlone the'
sum of $275.00 .
EXritSSB Of STATIONARY, tCKt, PRTjrtrHO,
For paying the costs of stationary, print
ing, fuel, etc., for the several county officer
and court rooms, rheeqm of '$800. "
. XXPEW8 11 COUNTY BOARD. r "
For paying per diem and mileage of
members theaumof $250.00. ) J
f ' ixpENsxa 'ttv uit. W acnoou.t
For paying the compensation of the IU'
perintendent of schools, as heretofore filed
the sum of $100.00. ' ' '
KXPENflB OP COCNTY TREASURER AND' AS"
For paying commissions on his receipta
and for making the assessment for the year
1882, tho aum of $1,000.00. ;
) ; COUSTY -CLERK EXPKlfSEi.; 5; ;
To pay said officer feea payable to him'
by the county, provided his compensation
and clerk hire - as heretofore fixed ia not
earned from other fees, the sum of $1230.00.
CIRCUIT CLERK EXPENSES,
To pay said officer, in full of all crim
inal feel to be paid by the county, the ium
of $200.00. ' m
CONTINGENT EXPESKS. .",
For paying the contingent expenses of
tbo county tho amount of which cannot now
bo estimated, the sum of $1,443.00.
. HO ADS AND BRIDGES. '
All moneys arising from the additional
county tax of 50c on the $1.00 valuation of
all the property in the count, both real
and personal, in accordance with a vote of
the people, Novcmbor tho 4th, 1879v and
as levied by the county board at ita - Sept
ember session, A. D. 1881, is hereby ap
propriated. It is also further ordered by the board,
that no officer or other person shall incur
Anv llftHlllttf Afvatnat ttiA nllnft .t.al rif
the amount appropriated, and sot apart aa
It is also further ordered, and directed
by the board that laid taxes, when col
lected, shall be held for the special pur
poses aforesaid, and none other, and only
paid out in pursuance of such warrants, aa
shall, from time to time, be, by order of
said board, hereafter drawn for the purposes
aforesaid against and specially made paya
ble out of said special fund and to the pay
ment whereof said special fund is hereby
appropriated and pledged to the extent
aforesaid and in the manner aforesaid, and
also further " . '
Ordered by said board that in the col
lection of said taxes constituting said : spe
cial fundi the county collector is hortby
notified and directed to receive when; ten--
dprpti in navmnnt if the iwiintv tana arVvro.
said only such orders, or warrants and jury
certificates as are hereinafter next men
tioned, and none others, to-wit: -
All special warrant! that shall be drawn
aa aforesaid against and specially made
payable out of aaid special fund by this
ordered created, and all jury certiflcatoa
issued during the current year, commene-
inrfSertt. lat. lftSl. lnrhirlino claims el.
' o , ,
lowed at tbe Juno and July acseron of tho
county board, which laid warrsnti aod jury,
certificate! shall ihow upon their face that .
they are payable aolely, from' iai taxes,,
when col looted, and not otherwise.. ;
' For all claitna'allowed at truaC laaaiorl; of,
tbe board including ppr diem and mileage
of member and clcrlp, the county' clerk,; ia.
heroby authorized and directed ' to draw,
warrants on ,tho treasurer of the county,
against and in anticipation of the collection,,
of taxea for the year 1881, V
Said warrants art fpayablo out of the funda.
specially apprppriatsd.and sat apart fol
lows, v.t; , , .
t. V . OH ACCOUNT OTftAVtMM,
; Mary Byrnei, taking care of Harriot
Cunningham J.monthi to Dec. 1, 188,1, ;
Levi Clutst taking carojf Aon Crutta.aud
daughter from Jupejl, 1881 to Deo., 1,1691,
Brown andStwart,merchaadiae for Mary.
Burk,per order, $3,00. '"J
; B.r. Brown,, repairing door anring oC
poor farm, $1.00 -. r
C. A. Marchildon, mcrchaadise for pau
pers and 1 quarters salary aa Qiersear of the
poor, $44.23. . '
M.Whltskor. keeping. Hiram TripU. I ,
montlu per tontraot. $18.00 .-' .'': 'i
Dr. Wm. Wood 1 qivartere asjary, Mti
tnedifi $223.00. ' ,.1 '.
City Property Co., 1 qaartartVaaef bt,
C. a Patier A Co- tntrehaadtaa f il
noaUuj pat tVk'TU
uo, coma ana uuiu ai jnauie aires w,
Do, additional axpenae to Sept, t, 1894
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