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CATTLEMEN,
Advertías roar brand in the A bous. People
Mna; business ihould advertise It- By do-
in so you inform other people that yon are
on top of the earth. A business that cannot
afford to advertise is not worth monkeying;
with. Bemember the loss of a single steer,
will more than pay for brand and paper for a
year.
SHEEPMEN,
Should advertise their ear-marks in the
Argus. The brand including; paper one year,
constitutes a small outlay, and may save yon
a "cut;" this one "saving' would pay cost of
brand and paper for many years, .Bemember
tis a business maxim : "a business which can
not afford to advertise, will not pay to fol
io'." Gentlemen, send us your brands.
Volume I.
HOLBROOK, ARIZONA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1896.
Number 9.
Ml
TUB RAILROADS.
Atlantic & Pacific R.R. Co.
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No. S
WK0TWABD.
STATIONS.
...Chicago...
Kansas City
...Denver....
No. 1 No.
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Holbrook..
..Winslow..,
..Flagstaff..
..Williams..
..Ash Fork..
..King-man..
...Needles...
...Blake.....
...Darsett ..
. ..Barstow.. .
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2 Kp.
10 40a.
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7 27a.
6 05a.
4 50a.
11 I2p.
8 p.
7 p.
.. 8 10a
-12 S0p
- 1 SAp
.. 4 2üp
.. 6 OJp
.. 7 40p
12 up
10 00a
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8 60p
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Los Antra lea
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San Fran co
Train No. 8, westbound, and train No. 4,
east hound, are fast limited trains, carry Ins;
first-class oassenzers only and equipped with
Pullman's latest and most elegant sleeping;
Mrt nwlininv chair cars, with an attendant
to look after the passengers' comfort and
new dining cars through without change be
tween Los Angeles and Chicago.
In addition to the retro lar daily equipment,
luxurious compartment sleeping car, con
taining two drawing rooms and seven family
rooms will be attached to No. 4. leaving Los
Angeles on Tuesdays and Chicago on Wednes
days of each week.
Trains Nos. 1 and 2 carry Pullman Palace
sleeping ears through without change be
tween Chicago and San Francisco, with an
annex ear between Barstow and Los Angeles.
' Pullman Tourist sleeping cars through with
out change between Chicago and San Fran
cisco, and Chicago and Los Angeles every
day: twice a week between Los Angeles and
St. Paul ; once a week between Los Angeles
and St. Louis and Boston.
SUMMER OB WINTER.
The Santa Fe Route is the most comfort
able Railway between California and the East.
The Grand Cation of the Colorado can be
reached in no other way.
The meals at Harvey's Dining Rooms are
an excellent feature of the line, and are only
equalled by those served on the new Dining
Cars which are carried on all limited trains,
J HO. i. BYRNE.
Gent Pass. Agent, Los Angeles, Cal
C. H. SPEBRS.
Asst Gent Pass. Agent, San Francisco. CaL
H. S. TAN SLYCK.
Geni Agent, Albuquerque, N. M.
S. F.,P. (P. Railway.
TIME TABLE No. ID.
In effect December 25. at 12.05 a. m.
SOUTH DAILY. jrOKTH DAILY.
Mxd. Pass. STATIONS. Pass. Mxd.
No. SI No. 1. No. 2. No. 82
2 OOp 7 00a Lv..Ash Fork.Ar 5 20p 12 Olp
IHp 7 lía Meath - 8 05p 11 STa
2 45p 7 (2a Wicklow 4 4p 11 18a
8 Olo 7 46a.... Rock Butte 4 JSp 11 00a
8 27 p 8 11a Cedar Glade 4 lOp 10 S5a
8 Hp Valley 8 55p 10 10a
4 ISp 8 Ma .Del Kio 8 45p 9 S6a
4 Sop 8 S6a. Jerome Junction. 8 Hp 9 S5a
8 Wo 9 12a -Oran It- 8 ISn 8 15a
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No. 42
4 lOp
8 JVp
8 Kp
8 Olp
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2 up
1 4Hp
1 2op
12 5-Jp
12 22p
11 Soe
11 10a
10 40a
10 05a
45a
9 10a
8 4ha
8 lha
8 25a
8 COa
7 40a
7 OOa
7 Iba
7 S3a
8 01a
8 0a
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9 4tta
10 !
10 85a
11 toa
11 Ks
12 Up
1 (Kp
1 T7p
3 OOp
3 23p
2 83p
8 OOp
8 25p
8 4&p
9 55a Pi eseott 2 Up
10 23a.. ..Iron Springs.... 2 03p
10 25a -Summit. 2 Olp
10 52a .Ramie-ate 1 tip
11 85a.. ..Skull Valley.... 1 lap
11 52a Kirkland 12 5p
12 lip .Grand View.... 12 12p
12 tip Hillside. 11 fcia
12 52p...Date Creek. ...Jl Sla
1 Ofcp Martines 11 ltfa
1 tOp Coagress 10 Wa
1 4Sp Harqua Hala..10 45a
1 05p....Wickenbura;...J0 25a
2 tip Vulture 9 tta
2 45p.Hot Spr'gs Jnno'n. 9 45a
8 00 Beardsley 9 22a
Marinette.....
t 2flp Peoria 9 OOa
8 Sp Glendale 8 50a
8 47 p Alhambra. 8 41a
4 OUp Ar...Phenlx....Lv 8 Ua
Trains Koa. 41 and 42 run on alternate days.
Information as to what days same will run
will be furnished by agents on application.
No. 1 makes connections at Ash Fork with
A. A P. vestibuted limited No. a from the
east. This is the finest train west of Chicago.
No. 2 also eaaaects with A. A P. No. 2 from
the west.
Persons desiring to stay over at Ash Fork
will find the best of accommodations at Fred
Harvey's hotel.
No. 2 makes close connection at Ash Fork
with A. A P. trains Nos. 1 and 4. A. A P. No. 1
reaches San Francisco 10:45 a.m. second room
ing. A. A P. No. 4 is a vestibuled train
throughout, lighted with pintea gas. dining
car running through. Los Angeles to Chicago.
Dining cars under the management of Fred
Harvey, with his unexcelled service, care and
.attention to his guests.
Nos, 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction
with trains of U. V. A P. Rr. for Jerome.
Connecting at Prescott with stage lines for
all principal mining camps; at Cong i uss wit h
stage lines for Harqua Hala. Station and Yar
neli : at Pbenix with the Maricopa A Phe
' nix By. for points on the 8. P. Ry.
This line is the best route to the Great Salt
River Valley. For Information regarding
this valley and the rich mining section tribu
tary to this road, address any Santa Fé Route
representative, or
GEO. M. SARGENT,
Geni Ft. and Pass. Agt, Prescott, Arix.
GEO. T. NICHOLSON.
Geni Pass. Agt, Chicago, IlL
J. J. FRET. .
i Geni Manager, Topeka, Kan.
R. X. WELLS.
Asst. Gen'l Manager, Prescott. Arix.
IRA P. SMITH.
- Commercial Agent, Phomix, Arts.
K. COPELAND.
Geni Agent. El Paso. Texas.
PROFESIONAL CARDS.
F. W. NELSON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
W1XSLOW, A RIZOSA.
E. H. SANF0RD,
ATTO RNE Y-AT-LAW,
rasecoTT. - AKIZOXA.
W. H. PERRILL,
Diat'ct Attorney Navajo County
HOLBBOOK, - AKIZOX A.
Will practica In all courts of Arixona.
T. W. JOHNSTON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
puacon, - AKIXOXA.
Will practice ia the Courts of Navajo,
Apache, Coconino and Mohave Counties.
R. E. MORRISON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .
(District Attorney Yavapai County.)
Office in Court House. Preaoott. Arixona.
GEORGE ST0NEMAN,
ATTO R N EY-AT-LAW,
W1XBLOW. - ABIXOXA.
"J. P." WELCH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN Ac BURGEON,
. POÍfpOOM, - AX1XOXA-
PROCEEDINGS
OF THE
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
NAVAJO COUNTY.
IIolbrook, Arizona, )
Jannary 7, 1896.
10:00 a. m.
The board met pursuant to ad
journment of yesterday.
Present: John H.Bowman, chair
man; J. H. Willis, member.
Absent: J. H. Breed, member.
The minutes of yesterday and
and statement of property, debts,
etc of county read and approved.
The clerk is hereby directed to file
with the clerk of the District Court
a certified copy of the list of names
selected from the Great Register of
this county of persons qualified and
liable to serve as jurors.
The clerk is hereby directed to
cause a notice to be published in the
Abgus of Holbrook .in to successive
issues of said newspaper, calling for
sealed proposals to build a branch
jail at Winslow, as per specifications
approved by the board this day.
The board reserving the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Said bids to be opened at 11:00
o'clock a. m April 8, 1896.
C. II. Ballard is hereby appointed
road overseer in and for Snowflake
Road District Number 5 of Navajo
county.
In order to facilitate the work of
the board the following resolution
was adopted:
Be it resolved that no claims or
demands against Navajo county will
be considered by this board at any
meeting ercept the regular 'meet
ings in January, April, July, Octo
ber and December of each year, and
no bill or demand will be considered
at any of said meetings unless the
same shall have been filed in the
office of the clerk of the board prior
to 10:00 a. m. of the day of com
mencement of said meetings, and
the clerk is directed to have notices
of this resolution posted in each
precinct in this county.
Upon motion J. H. Willis was ap
pointed to receive the report of the
Holbrook Bridge Inspector, and to
receive said bridge upon its comple
tion, if completed according to plans
and specifications.
The demand of Allen Frost for
sign boards, etc. for the Holbrook
bridge was then examined, allowed
and road fund warrant on Road Dis
trict Number 3 ordered drawn as
follows:
No. 1, Allen Frost, account ex
tra work on Holbrook bridge. .$7 50
The following demands against
the county were then examined, al
lowed and expense fund warrants
for same ordered drawn, namely:
No. 8, Loy Yuck Kee, washing
for prisoners. $ 1
No. 9, W. II. Perrill, law books
and expenses 15
No. 10, J. H. Willis, services
as supervisor, fourth quarter
1895, claim for 580.00, al
lowed to statutory compen
sation 26
50
00
No. 11, J. H. Breed, services
as supervisor, fourth quarter
1895 claim for $74.60, al
lowed statutory compensa
tion. , 45 89
J. H. Bowman requested permis
sion to be absent from the territory
for forty days. Upon motion said
request was granted.
Holbrook, Arizona,)
December, 31, 1895.J
Annual statement of ' allowances
made by the Board of Supervisors of
Navajo county, Arizona, for the year
ending December 31st, 1895, made in
compliance with Paragraph 451,
(Section 71) of the Revised Statutes
of Arizona for J 887.
EXPENSE FUND WARRANTS,
No. 4, J. H. Willis, services
as supervisor.. ........ .$ 81 00
No. 89, J. H. Willis, ser
vices as supervisor
No. 174, J. H. Willis, ser
vices as supervisor ,
34 00
126 00
No. 9, J. H. Bowman, ser
vices as supervisor $ 73
No, 88, J. H. Bowman, ser
vices as supervisor 5
No. 146, J H. Bowman, ser
vices as supervisor 100
No. 235, J. H. Bowman, ser
vices as supervisor 45
No. 10, J. H. Breed, ser
vices as supervisor 126
No. 148, J. H. Breed, ser
vices as supervisor. 119
No. 90, F. W. Nelson, sala
ry as County Recorder. . 250
No. 139, F. W. Nelson, sala-
rvjw-Courity Recorder. . ' 250
No. 210, F. W. Nelson sala
ry as County Recorder. . 250
No. 91, E. A. Sawyer, sala
ry as County Treasurer. 250
No. 141, E. A. Sawyer, sala
ry as County Treasurer. 250
No. 209, E. A. Sawyer, sala
ry as County Treasurer. 250
No. 92, W. M. Perrill, sala
ry as District Attorney. 250
No. 140, W. M. Perrill, sala
ry as District Attorney. . 250
No. 211, W. M. Perrill, sala
ry as District Attorney.. 250 00
No. 93, F. M. Zuck, salary
as Probate Judge 100 00
No. 142, F. M. Zuck, salary
as Probate Judge 100 00
No. 213, F. M. Zuck, salary
as Probate Judge and
Fees 110 00
No. 94, O. D. Flake, salary
as District Clerk 435
No. 143, 0. D. Flake, salary
as District Clerk . 43 75
No. 212, 0. D. Flake, salary
as District Clerk 43 75
No. 95, R. C. Dryden, sala
ry as County Physician. 50 00
No. 96, C. P. Owens, salary
as Sheriff, Assessor, Jail
or and Janitor 432 50
No. 144, C. P. Owens, salary
as Sheriff, Assessor, Jail
or and Janitor 432 50
No. 207, C. P. Owens, salary
as Sheriff, "Assessor, Jail- :
or and Janitor 432 50
No. 1, J. F. Wallace, pub
lishing and stationery.. 62 75
No. 97, J. F. Wallace, pub
lishing 110 85
No. 157, J. F. Wallace, pub
lishing 261 15
No. 243, J. F. Wallace, pub
lishing 117 85
No. 110, C. P. Owens, sher
iffs fees 163 65
No. 136, C. P. Owens, sher
iffs fees and expenses... 98 70
No. 137, C. P. Owens, sher
iffs fees 246 10
No. 151, C. P. Owens, sher
iff's lees and expences of
prisoners 279 48
No. 152, C. P. Owens, sher
iffs fees 585 55
No. 208, C. P. Owens, sher
iffs fees 476 00
No. 233, C. P. Owens, sher
iffs fees 4 00
No, 178, C. S. Ford, con
stable's fees 23 00
No. 179, F. W. Smith, con
stable's fees 48 40
No. 98, O. D. Flake, fees as
Clerk of the District
Court 14 10
No. 126, A. Ruiz, fees as -
Clerk of the District
Court 2 90
No. 154, 0. D. Flake, fees as
Clerk of the District
Court 90 35
No. 183, A. Ruiz, fees as
Clerk of the District
Court 3 60
No. 184, A. Ruiz, fees as
Clerk of the District
Court 11 20
No. 203, 0. D. Flake, fees as
Clerk of the District .
Court 11 60
No. 204, 0. D. Flake, fees as
Clerk of the District
Court 101 65
No. 230, J. L. B. Alexander,
fees as Clerk of the Su
preme Court. 400
No. 132, A Schuster, inters
preter's fees 2 00
No. 222, B. Schuster, inter
preter's fees..... , 4 00
No. 227, A. Schuster, inter
preter's fees 2 00
No. 150, J. E. De Rosear,
Court Commissioner's
fees 5 50
No. 156, F. J. Wattron, Jus- -
tice fees 6 35
No. 220, Allen Frost, Jus-
tice.fees
80
No. 237, F. J. Wattron, Jus?
tice fees
00
No. 241, W. A. Parr, Justice
fees
No. 242, George E. Pooler,
15
00
Justice fees 27
00
No. 12, F. W. Nellson, ac
count registering officers
60
fees 93
No. 200, F. W. Nelson, ac
count registering officers
60
fees... 80
00
No. 149, F. M. Zuck, fees
as Probate Judge 4
00
No. .-1.S5, N. Gonzales, re
cording fees to Apache
00
county 23
No. Ill, A. F, Potter, tran
script county records of
treasurer's office 23 85
No. 153, F. W. Nelson,
making duplicate assess
ment roll and recording 130 00
No. 214, F. W. Nelson, re
cording 450
No. 103, C. P. Owens, board
of prisoners and sup
plies 40 95
No. 201, Apache county
board of prisoners 279 40
No. 206, C. P. Owens, board
of prisoners 324 60
00
00
00
Oq
00
No. 222, Sam Wing, meals
to prisoners 29
No. 168, Flake Brothers,
jail supplies 6
No. 169, Julius Wetzler,
jail supplies 13
No. 173, Lesser & Sawyer,
jail supplies and indi
gent sick 4 25
No. 216, A. C. M. I., jail
supplies
735
No. 219, John Connors,
Work on county jail. . ... 2
No. 224, A. & B. Schuster,
iail and court house exp 9
No. 236, F. J. Wattron,
jail and oiiiee supplies. . 12
No. 5, F. W. elson, seal,
etc 14
No. 6, A. Carlisle As Co.
assessment lists 15
No. 7, A. & B. Schuster,
furniture 361
No. 8, W. M. Perrill, law
books 210
No. 11, Thayer-Jackson
Stationery Co., County
seal 6
No. 14, W. M. Perrill, law
books, etc. District At
torney's office 23
No. 15, A. & B. Schuster,
account of supplies and
furniture for the county 29
No. 119, Hall-O'Donald
Lithograph Company,
county record and ac
count books 1,142
No. 120, F. J. Wattron, sup
1
plies to county offices..
33
No. 121, A. & B. Schuster,
supplies and- furniture
to offices 101
No. 130, Coconino county,
safe 225
No. 131, Thayer-Jackson
Stationery Co, stationery
and office supplies 65
No. 138, O. D. Flake, type
writer 90
No. 158, Hall-O'Donald
Lithograph Company,
record books 27
No. 205, E. A. Dinsmoor,
steel jail cage 590
No. 215, E. J. Post & Co,
stoves, etc 68
No. 228, Bancroft-Whitney
Company, laws of 1889
and 1891 10
No. 234, Office Specialty
Manufacturing Compa
ny, balance on steel files 627 82
No. 244, Hall-O'Donald
Lithograph Co, rubber
stamps, etc....,.....,, 20
No. 113, H. H. McNeil
Qompany, printed sta
tionery .' 231 86
No. 159, H. H. McNeil
Company, printed sta
tionery 81 90
No. 199, H. H. McNeil
Company, printed sta
tionery 16 37
No. 104, F. J. Wattron, sup
plies (office) , , , 13
No. 106, O. D. Flake, sup
plies 385
No. 107, Julius Wetzler,
supplies 2
No. 108, A. C. M. I., sup
plies 7
No. 117, W. R. Campbell,
,7'35 supplies I
No. 160, W. R. Campbell,
4 90 supplies
No. 162, A. &' B. Schuster,
Supplies (office and jail)
No. 163, F. J. Wattron, sup
plies No. 164, A. C. M. I., sup
plies No. 181, W. M. Perrill,
binding session laws. . . .
No. 182, James. Scott,
stoves for county
No. 229, Kinsley-Barnes-Neuner
Company, bind
ing session laws .
No. 239, Robert Hufford,
supplies to court room..
No. 16, J. H. Kemble, in
spector of election
No. 17, David Rope, in
spector of election
No. 18, S. L. Hertzog, in
spector of election
No. 19, J. D. Houck, in
spector of election
No. 20, W. A. Parr, in
spector of election
No. 21, Marshall Hunt, in
spector of election
No. 22, E. M. Webb, in
spector of election
No. 23, Wm. Morgan, in
spector of election
No. 24, GeorgeBryan, in
spector of election
No. 25, A. C. Merrill, in
spector of election
No. 26, J. N. Smith, in
spector of election
00
85
20
80
00
50
35
00
90
No. 27, Jno. Bushman, in
spector of election
No. 28, J. C. Beveridge,
judge of election
No. 29, T. J. Murphy,
00
judge of election.'.
No. 30, T. Farley, judge
76
of election
No. 31, Jno. Conners judge
60
of election
No. 32, D. C. Reed, judge
70
of election
No. 33, Bela Gardner, j udge
65
of election '
No. 34, D. Y. Penrod, judge
of election
No. 35, J. S. Porter, judge
of election
No. 36, G. E. Pooler, judge
of election
No. 37, Ben Burk, judge
of election
No. 38, A. A. Armstrong,
judge of election
No. 39, J. I. Clawson, judge
of election
No. 40, J. Y. Lee, judge
of election
No. 41, Q. R. Gardner,
judge of election
No. 42, Hans Hansen, judge
of election
No. 43, D. E. Adams, judge
of election
No. 44, James Huff, judge
of election
No. 45, Albert Brewer,
judge of election
No. 46, Willard Whipple,
judge of election
No. 47, Abner Ellsworth,
judge of election
No. 48, Albert Minnerly,
judge of election
No. 49, F. A. Webb, judge,
of election
No. 50, H. W. Despain,
judge of election
No. 51, J. H. Richards,
judge of election. . .....
No. 52, R. H. Stanton, clerk
of election
18
80
00
55
20
50
45
23
00
79
00
00
00
10
00
No. 53, J. S. Ruby, clerk
of election
No. 54, W. H. Clark, clerk
of election
No. 55, W. B. Woods, clerk
75
of election ,
No. 56, Wm. Williams, clerk
of election
No. 57, J. E. Kirk, clerk
of election ,
No. 58, J, E. Shelly, clerk
of election
No. 59, A. Packer, clerk of
election ,,.,..,
No. 60, Geo. A Wolff, clerk
of election
No. 61, P. H. McGuire,
85
clerk of elect ion .......
No. 62, Z. N. Decker, clerk
of election
No. 63, J. J. Shumway,
20
clerk of election
No. 64, H. A. Hatch, clerk
50
of election
No. 65, L. M. Savage, clerk
5 50 of election $ 3 00
No. 66, W. A. Stevens, clerk
3 50 of election.. 3 00
No. 67, Nephi Packer, clerk
11 87 of election 3 00
No. 68, Jno. Lewis, clerk
12 90 of election... ....... . ... . . ... ,3 0D
No. 69, J. M. Strattoa,
37 32 clerk of election 3 00
No. 70, Heber Jarvis, clerk
2 34 of election 3 00
No. 71, Isreal Laxton, clerk
13 00 of election.. i.. 3 00
No. 72, Allen Frost, clerk
of election ......... 8 00
- 9-30 No.-73, A. M. Will is, clerk
of election 3 00
6 00 No. 74, Jno. McLaws, clerk
of election . . ... ... . ......... . 3 09
3 00 No. 75, R. Parkinson, clerk
of election ' 3 00
3 00 No. 76, Chas. T. Savage,
election marshal 3 00
3 00 No. 77, Jno. L. Clark, elec
tion marshal 8 00
3 00 No. 78, T. Tobin, election
marshal 3 00
3 00 No. 79, Jno. Hoyle, election L-
marshal 3 03
3 00 No. 80, J. X. Woods, elec
tion marshal 8 00
3 00 No. 81, Ezra Hatch, elec
tion marshal 3 00
3 00 No. 82, G.B. Gardner, elec
tion marshal 3 00
3 00 No. 83, J. W. Hall, election
marshal 3 00
3 00 No. 84, Chas. Brewer, "elec
tion marshal 3 00
3 00 No. 85, Dan Mills, election
marshal 3 00
3 00 No. 86, Lewis Freeman,
election marshal 3 06
3 00 No. 87, H. M. Tanner, elec
tion marshal...... 3 00
3 00 No. 118, James Scott, reni
county offices.... 87 50
3 00 No. 165, Bernard Schuster
rent of grand jury room 5 00
3 00 No. 166, James Scott, rent
of county offices........... . 95 05
3 00 No. 16.7, Jno. Conners, re
) pairing well from rent . . f 9 95
3 00 No. 226, Jno. Conners, rent '
of court and jury room. 50 00
3 00 No. 2, W- M. Perrill, ex
pense of county settle-
3 00 ment .2Q.25
No. 3, F. W. Nelson, ex-
3 00 pense of county settle- ,
ment 20 25
3 00 No. 13, A. F. Potter, ex-
pense on collection of de
3 00 linquent tax , 19 05
No. 123, W. M. Perrill, ex-
3 00 pense St. Johns trip.. . . 1725
No.-127, A. F. Potter, work 1
3 00 on plat books 25 97
No. 155, W. M. Perrill, ex-
3 00 penses District Attorney
No. 238, Herndon &Norris
3 00 legal services
No. 103, A. & B. Schuster,
3 00 freight on iron doors . . .
No. 105, J. N. Smith, care
3 00 of booth and ballot boxes
No. 112, E. M. Dineen,
3 00 transfer of goods, etc.
for county ,..
3 00 No. 114, Frank Bartlett,
carpenter work on offices
3 00 No. 115, Burbage & Nel
son, insurance premium
3 00 No. 122, Jno. H. Bowman,
telegrams
3 00 No. 124, F. A. Zuck, lumber
No. 128. J. W. Hall, care
3 00 of election booth
No. 133, E. M. Dineen,
3 00 transfer of supplies, etc.
No. 134, Jno. Conners, r&-
3 00 pairs on offices and road
work.... ,
3 00 No. 135, Wm. Armbruster,
repairs on jail
3 00 No. 161, Greer & Woods, ice
for offices
3 00 No. 180, E. M. Dineen,
drayage
3 00 No. 221, E. M. Dineen,
coal, etc. for county. . . .
3 00 No. 231, Robt. Hufford,
making coal bin. ........ .
3 00 No, 185, A. C. M. I., jurors
certificates
8 00 No. 186, Jno. R. Hulet, jur
ors certificates
3 00 No. 187, Orrin Kartvcbner,
jurors certificates.. . . , . .
3 00 No. 188, W. H. Clark, jur
ors certifiieates
3 00 No. 189, C. F.Putnam, jur
ors certificates., -,
3 00 No- 190, W. J. Flake, jur
ors certificates.. ....
3 00 No. 191, A. F. Demerest,
i CONTINUED OS THIRD PAOS,
32-60
25 00
15 39
2 50
3 50
32 00
37 80
5 40
9 20
2 00
15 50
14 50
6 00
10 50
2 50
77 76
1 50
60 70
6 30
15 00
6 30
6 30
15 93

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