(Transcribed by Vicki Burress Roach)
The following allowances were made by the Board of Supervisors.
Stanley Brothers medicine for paupers and window glass for courthouse,
Carter & Bro.- lumber for jail yard fence $24.75.
W.F. Lester, posts for jail yard fence $4.48.
R.D. Patrick for work putting up jail yard and garden fence $15.95.
N.B. Benthay, keeping a stray mare sold by Col. Ranger $21.50.
Dr. W.J. Rogers of Marietta, gave us a call Tuesday. His call was in
obedience to an invitation extended to our subscribers sometime ago
and his response was prompt and agreeable. We learn from the doctor
that the hotel at Marietta will be completed by the 15th of June, and
ample accommodations will be made for all visitors who may wish to
test the curative properties of the Purple Shell Mineral Springs.
PROCEEDING BOARD SUPERVISORS…April 3, 1882…
1st District-J.R. Ramey
Richard B. Smith
2nd District-A.F. Nix
3rd District-J.W. Burress
Jno. W. Lytal?
4th District-C.C. Lester
5th District-James Timbes
Jno. C. Carter
The following allowances were made:
W.H.H. Tison, timber for public road $15.00.
Jno. R. Moore, nails for bridge $2.50.
J.F. Gresham & Co., goods for county paupers, $8.85.