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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
urriCK: NO. 78 OHIO LKVJCE.
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DECEMBER TERM, 1883.
State of Illinois,
Alexander County. (
A regular session of the board of county
commissioners of Alexander county, begun
and bald at the court bouse in tbe city of
Cairo, in said county and State, on Monday,
the 3d day of December, A. D. 1883.
Present Thoi. W. Halliday, James H.
Absent reter Saup.
Tbe board after examining claims, Ac.
against the county adjourned nntil to-morrow
morning at 9 o'clock.
Tuesday Mornixg, Dec. 4, 1888.
The board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
The first business in order being the elec
tion of a chairman of the board, Mr. T. W.
Halliday, was on motion of Commissioner
Saup re-elected as said chairman for tbe
In order to give Commissioners Mulcahey
and Saup an opportunity to examine dam
aged biidifes and washouts caused by the
late heavy rains, the board, on motion, ad
journed uutil next Monday, December the
Mo!tday, December 10th, 1883.
The board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present James II. Mulcahey, Peter
Absent -Thos. W. Halliday.-
In the absence of Chairman Thos. W.
HalliJay, Petyr Saup was appointed chair
man pro. tem.
Tbe board proceeded to tbe examination
of road supervisors reports, claims, etc.
pending which, on motion, it adjourned un
til to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Tuesday morning, Dec. 11th, 1883.
The board mat pursuant to adjournment.
Present Jas. H. Mulcahey, Peter Saup.
Absent -Thos. , W. Halliday.
The board resumed the examination of
road supervisor's reports for the year 1883
and having now completed the said re
ports were on motion approved, and such
amounts, "where claims were made" for
extra labor, services, etc., were allowed aaid
supervisors, has In tbe opinion of the beani
seemed fair aod just.
Tbe board thereupon, on motion, adjourn
ed UQtil Monday, December the 17th.
Monday, December 17th, 1883.
The board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
In response to' advertisement of Chairman
Halliday for bids for one thousand yards
more or leu ot earth for the purpose of
filling up the court house yard, the fol
lowing were filed with the county clerk,
which the board proceeded to open and find
them to be as follows, to-wit:
John Hogan for tbe sum of forty cents
per yard; f. ritzgerald, for the sum or
forty-four cents per yard ; Dan'l Franklin,
for the sum of forty-five cents per yard ;
Fritz Sarbian, for tbe sum of forty -one cents
per yard it hefurniabea the dirt; and for
tbe sum of thirty-six cents per yard if tbe
county will furnish the dirt. Action on the
same being deferred until to-morrow.
On motion the board thereupon adjourn
ed until to morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Tuesday, December 18th, 1888.
The board met pursuant to adjournment
All members present.
ihe bid of Fritz aarbian to put one
thousand yards more or less of dirt in the
court house yard for the sum of thirty-six
cents per yard, the county to furnish the
dirt, was on motion accepted, said work to
be commenced at once, or as soon as the
weather will permit and to be completed
as soon as can be.
The proposition of Thos. B. Valletta to
repair three wuhouts en the Cairo
& Thebes road ia the Santa Fe
precinct, above tbe residence of F. D. Ath
erton, for the sum of sixty-five dollars ($85)
was on motion accepted, said work to be
done according to the understanding be
tween said Valletta and the board and to
the satisfaction of said board.
The proposition of Summerwell and
Cavender . to repair the Sexton's Creek
bridge for tne sum or fitM.ou wm en
motion accepted, said work to be done ac
cording to specifications and subject
the acceptance of tbe same by tbe board
The board thereupon, on motion adjourn
ed until Monday, December the 81st.
Mohday, December 8 1st, 1883,
The board met pursuant to adjournment,
riesent-war sup, James H. Mule
Absent Thos, W. Halliday.
In the abseaoe of Chairman Thos. W.
Halliday, James Mulcahey was appointed
chairman, pro. tem
Bills against the county allowed and on
motion adjourned until Monday, January
the 12th, 1884.
Monday, January 12th, 1884.
Tbe board met pursuant to adjournment
All members present.
Tbe following named persons were select
ed, and on motion they are hereby appoint
ed to serve as grand jurors at the February
term, A. D., 1884, of the Alexander county
First Cairo Agustus Botto , and Wtu.
Second Cairo John Gates and Wm.
Third Cairo Louis Herbert aod Valen
Fourth Cairo Tim Gorman aad Julius
Fifth Cairo John C. Zonne, and Henry
Thebes John Miller and Alfred Brown.
Elco, J. W. Durham and Wm. W. White.
Goose Island Ishmsel Billings and An
Beech Ridge Peter DeGelder.
Lake Million N. Hunsaker.
Santa Fee Wm.E. Woods.
East Cape John G. King.
Clear Luke S. M. P. McClure.
Elco P. Sulliran.
Unity T. J. Craig.
Tbe following persons were elected, and
on motion they are hereby appointed road
supervisors for the several road districts
within the county for the ensuing year, and
the clerk is hereby instructed to notify
them according to law.
J. C. Stires District No.
Joseph Bundscbub .......
Leroy Bed well
M. C. Dunham
James M. Dickesaon
Richard Palmer, Jr
A. C. Jaynes. ..
S M P McClure,
John A Mi n ton.
And further ordered that the number of
days each person (except those extempt by
law) is required to work on the roads for
the ensuing year, be and tbe same is hereby
fixed at five (5) days each.
On motion Angus Leek was appointed
state's attorney for Alexander county, to fill
vacancy caused by the removal of James
M. Damron from the county and state.
For all bills allowed at this session of the
board, including per diem and mileage of
members of clerk (excepting those payable
out of the special court house
fund for which demand war
rants may be drawn, . there being
money in said fund to pay the same), tbe
county clerk ia hereby authorized and di
rected to draw warrants on the treasurer of
the county against and in anticipation of
tbe collection of the taxea for tbe vear. A.
1883, said warrants are payable out of
funds, especially appropriated and set apart
as below set forth, to-wit:
ON ACCOUNT OF ELECTIONS.
Hunsaker, 1 day judge and 18
miles.... ....t 4 80
Wm. R. Lane, 1 day judge 3 00
Jas. W. Ice, 1 day judge 8 00
G. W. Boyd, 1 day clerk 3 00
Wm. Little, 1 day clerk 8 00
John Miller, 1 day judge 3 00
Geo. W. Sammens, 1 day judge.. 3 00
u. a. Brown, l a ay judge 8 00
Alfred Brown, 1 day clerk and
26 miles.... 5 0
W. N. Lightner, 1 day clerk .... 3 00
J. L. Sanders, 1 day Judge and
35 miles ft 50
J. W. Kendall, 1 day judge g 00
Ezra lung, 1 day judge 8 00
II. Kelley, 1 day clerk 8 00
John G. King, 1 day clerk 3 00
T. J. Finley, 1 day judge 8 00
A.d. uuncQ, 1 aayjuage 8 00
W. McUaven, 1 day judge 3 00
J. 8. McRaven, 1 day clerk and
36 miles a ao
Thos. Wheeler, 1 day clerk 3 00
J. E. McCrite, 1 day judge '. 8 00
M. Augustine, I day judge 3 00
H.F. Putnam, 1 day judg a0(j
25 miles 5 50
C. Pilliards, 1 day clerk a 00
Miles Cauble, 1 day clerk ; 3 00
H. Dunning, 1 day judge 3 00
P. Sullivan, 1 day judge 8 00
H. Hunsaker, 1 day judge and 20
A. B. Hoffman, 1 day clerk 3 00
Wm. O. McGce, 1 day clerk 3 00
Wm. Ireland, 1 day judge 3 OO
F. M. Hargraves, 1 day judge and
16 miles 4 00
W.N.Emerson, 1 day judge....,,' 9 00
W. J. Finch, 1 day clerk 8 00
B. F. Hunsaker, 1 day dork 3 00
O.Greenley, 1 day judge g 00
Jessie Jackson, 1 day judge and
10 miles 4 50
jonn a. roster, 1 day judge 8 00
J. A. Summons, 1 day clerk 8 00
H. C. Wilson, 1 day clerk .'. 3 00
Geo. DeGelder, 1 day judge 8 00
M. Johnson, 1 day iudge 3 00
Geo. Fratr, l day judge g 00
A. B. Howell,! day clerk g 00
T. A. DeGelder, 1 day clerk and
13 miles.. , 4 30
Wm. E. Jones, 1 day judge 3 00
A. H. Ireland, 1 day judge 8 00
F. Jones, 1 day judge and 21 miles 5 10
Ransom Thompson, 1 day clerk. .. I 00
F. B Vallette, 1 day clerk 9 00
I. M. Bcanlend, 1 day judge - 8 00
W. B. Pettis, 1 day Judge 8 00
Total $ 247 50
ON ACCOUNT OF PAUPERS.
Tboj. A. Brown, coffins and burial
of 2 paupers $ 10 00
B. F. Brown & Bro,, mdse. for
Mrs. Holder 10 00
I. B.Hittoo, coffin and burial of 1
pauper 5 00
C. O. Patier & Co., mdse. per or
der of Dr. Wood. 15 00
Mary Byrnes, keeping Harriett
Cunningham for 3 months. . . 19 50
City Property Co., 1 qurs. lease of
lot 5 00
M. Whitaker, keeping Hiram
Striplea 3 months 18 00
Geo. Shaver, coffin and burial of 1
pauper 5 00
H. C. Barkhausen, 1 qrs. service as
overseer of tbe peor 40 00
Amanda Kilgore, keeping Ilenry
Taylor, an orphan, per order
of T. W. Halliday and Doct.
Wood 20 00
Thos. A. Brown, maintaining paup
ers at poor-farm, 3 months. . . 201 97
Insane Asylum, 6 months' care of
patients to Sept. 80, 1883 ... . 107 40
Dr. Wm. Wood, 1 qrs. salary and
services, &c, as overseer of the
poor 235 75
Dr. Wm. W. Stevenson, $07.75 in
full of bill for $137.50, for ser
vices in smallpox cases 67 75
Total $ 760 37
ON ACCOUNT OF COUSTY COURT.
John H. Robinson, 1 qrs. salary as
county judge.... $ 180 00
A. Rawlings, janitor, &c 4 00
Total $ 184 00
05 ACCOUNT OF P1ISOMBBS.
R. Fitzgerald, dieting prisoners 3
months in county jail $ 802 80
ON ACCOUNT OF C1UCUIT CLERK.
Alex. H. Irvin, criminal fees as per
bill rendered $ 108 05
ON ACCOUNT OF COUNTY CLEBX.
Sam'l J. Humm, 8 months' official
fees $ 49 75
Do. do. 21 days' clerk of
court and board to date 63 00
Total $ 112 75
ON ACCOUNT OF SCPT. OF SCHOOLS.
Mrs. L. C. Gibbs, 1 qurs. salary
$ 75 00
ON ACCOUNT OF ASSESSOR, ETC.
Miles W. Parker, making assess
ment for 1883 ia full $ 713 25
ON ACCOUNT OF B0AD8 AND BRIDOSS.
A. Hunsaker, road supervisor, dis
trict No. 2 $ 8 75
S. H. Yates, same, diet. No. 4... . 5 89
John P. Baxter, same, diet. No. 6. 10 00
Thos. Smithey, same, diet. No. 7 . S 00
John Miller, same, dist. No. 8 . . . . 6 00
Henry Weiman, same, dist. No. 9 5 00
Peter Miller, same, dist. No. 10. . 8 00
Wm. E. Jones, same, dist. No. 11 10 00
P. Sullivan, same, dist. No. 13. . . 5 00
Salmon Hazlewoed, aame, diat.
No. 14 no claim
John F. Miller, same, dist. No. 15 10 00
C. P. Hams, same, dist. No. 16. . . 4 25
John Reams, same, dist. No. 17.. . 2 00
S. M. P. McClure, same, dist. No.
19 no claim
Milea Coleman, same, dist. No. 20
John D. King, same, dist. No. 21 14 00
Marshall Martin, same, dist. No.
22, including 9 days with 2
teams and scrapers 36 00
Alfred Hoffman, same, dist. No.
23, including labor on bridge
and cash paid for lumber... 26 00
J. W. Spies, 4,000 feet of lumber
for road, dist. 22 20 00
Peter Saup, 2 days and expenses of
self and Mulcahey examining
bridge, etc 17 05
Halliday Bro's, sewer pipe aod
freight on same 55 50
City livery stable, team and buggy
lor use commissioners 15 75
Gus Swoboda, ice for laborerss on
county road 7 50
M. & A. Brown & Co. 370 feet of
oak lumber for bridge and
culvert 4 05
P. Sullivan, cash paid to Pollock
& Buhner for lumber per or
der of Commissioner Saup. . , 47 00
Jas. H. Mulcahey, 8 days service
on roads and bridges, with
horse and buggy 32 50
Dave Meehan, 2 days services on
road with team st Wmtcamp s
farm '. 6 00
Tim Meehan, 2 days same
Tom Meehan, 3 days services on
road at Wmtcamp s farm ....
John Mack, 2 days same
John O'Connel, 2 days same
' 3 00
Thos. Meehan, 00 days services
on county road with team...
P. Fitzgerald, 6 days' services on
county road with team ......
B. Smith, same, 24 days, at $1.50
Jas. Mahoney, same. 23 days
Geo. Davis, same, 28 days
8. Douglas, same, 28 days
Ike Lee, same, 23 days
Mike Driscoll, same, 38 days
Thos. Meehan, same, 28)4 days. , .
P. A. De Gelder, $25 in full of
bill of $35 for land taken for
Total $ 840 79
To be continued on 8rd ptfe.
P. n.Saup, 1 day judge
A. Holderby, 1 day clerk
O. J. Bouchet, 1 day clerk
Thos. Wilson, 1 dsy judge
F.Teicbman, 1 day judge
W. U. Schutter, 1 day judge
Gus Winter, 1 day clerk
C. R. Hunderlick, 1 day clerk. . .
L. Herbert, 1 day judge
D. McCarthy, 1 day judge
J. Van Vector, 1 day judge
C. E. Hodges, 1 day clerk
8. D. Casey, 1 day clerk
R. Fitzgerald, 1 day judge
C. F, Nellis, 1 day judg
Walter Warder, 1 day judge
J. J. Mahanny, 1 dsy clerk
Tim Gorman, 1 day clerk
J.J. Bird, 1 day judge
A. II. Steele, 1 day judge
John Carey, 1 day judge
A. C. Zanone, 1 day clerk
F. W. Stophlet, 1 day clurk
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ConnectlnK st Odin and Kfttnghara for Cluda
natl, Louisville, Indianapolis snd poluls Ksst.
1S:SS p. m. .Fant Bt. I.oula And
rrivlnm Bt. louts 6:45 p. m and connt ctlnt
fur all points H eat.
3:4S p.m. ii'iuit Kxprc
Kor t. Louie and Chlrago, arrlvuiK at Bt. Lanlt
10:8n p.m., and Chicago 7:2U a m.
3;4ft p.m. Cincinnati Jsrsj.
rr1viLK at Cincinnati 7:00 a m.) Louisville SlU
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:B a.m. PassenKers by
this train reach the above points 14 to 38
llol'KS In advsnce ot any other route.
MTThe S :50 d. ra. eztirasa haa m.t.vi
SUCK PING CAB Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoal
chaoses, and throneh aleenera tn fit vnni. mJ
Fant Timo East.
Passengers ,Lifi,.?.e aamsj? fs??
anaed hv HnndaT Intervening. The Halnrday after-
juuo vrm irom tairo arrives in sew lora Monday
uuruiK m i.oa, lniriy-siz noars ia aavancsof
T other ronte, .
ajelTnv lh.nn.th ItVal. & . A fn lr
l p 1 T St Illinois Onlral Uaiiroad Sopot, Cairo.
. a. 4uasB, ncaei A gem.
A.H. HANSON, Gen. Pass. Aneot. Chicago
I CH'tVH OUT Or ORDER.
J SO 8NI0N SQUARE NEW YORK.
TOR SALE rJY "
x w tr v
1 4 "tit
H. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111.
ass ia .
PLOUE, GRAIN AND HAI
Hiflrheot Cash Priw Paid for Wheat.
It is s harmlcw veRPlnble symn, very dellclmw la
tbe tame. Relieves at once and Is a positive cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by tbia excellent remedy., -ZHrtetioru
tn ten languW accompany every botlle.
ALL DISEASES OE TFTE m.OOTl, STOMACH,
Mver, Bowel" and Kldnfvs: for all d I wwM origin
stlnir In Impairment of tlie blood, a. Anieniia,- sick
Ileailarhe, NrvounM, Female WPBkniii(, Liver
Complaint, Dvmw Ha, Jami'lte'. Blllnu.neas and
Kidney Dlap, this mlline I. alwlutely sure.
Thla medicine does not contain any mineral, ia ab
solutely vegetable, retort the blood to a healthy
condition, resulatlns exewwea and supplying de
ficiencies, and prevents disease.
JUrtctUmt n ren Umjvagn accompany ntry MtU,
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
TOH BALI BT ILL DBUOOI8TB.
For Sale by
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Special Agta. in this oitv.