HJ Moss allowed $12 - Mrs Mary Brown
COMMISSIONERS' COURT- COURT- -SYNOP-i -SYNOP-i -SYNOP-i -SYNOP-i SIS OF THE PROCEEDINGS. Champion Cornelius was allowed $132 50 for keeping tbe paupers. ' . Panpera: Patsy Burgess, was allowed $12; Martb Monk, 7 50; Syntbiaand Eliza. beth Flanagan IS 00; Betsy Coursey, 12 00; P. L. Daily's son, 6 00; Nancy and Phillia Morgon,,15 00; Nelly Westbrook, 10 00; all were ordered to the poor-bouse poor-bouse poor-bouse except Pstw Burgess. Frank Wilder'sdeinentedoa was placed. as a charge, on the county until he can be sent to the Insane Hospital, v. ,. Thomas and Lucinda Gunter were allow ed $5 per month, out of the pauper fund, until further orders, v- v- ; J H. Moss was allowed $2 for bringing Mrs. Brown, an insane person, to Oneonta enroute to the Insane Hospital. J. H. Gilland was allowed $8 52forlum ber furnished for a bridge.; J. H. Tuck was allowed $69 for three spurs of bridge over Whipperwill creek Donehoo 4 Co., were allowed fll 31 for goods furnished the county, . D. C. Dunn and John Ellison were ex einpt from road duty and paying poll tax. D L B Fanderbnrk was allowed $10 65 for carrying Marion Eaterfiuld to the poor house. Jtsse A Morton was allowed $29 90 for building bridge over big spring creek Ex-Sheriff Ex-Sheriff Ex-Sheriff Bledsoe was allowed $73 for road service; $251 for waiting on tbe varl ous court ; $191 for ex-officio ex-officio ex-officio services and $101 40 for serving election notices. T M Horton was allowed 2 50 for lum ber furnished a public road. H J Moss was allowed 12 '00 expenses in carrying Mrs. Mary Brown to ib Insan Hospital, Tuskaloosa. K C Deal was allowed 1 25 for work on the court-house. court-house. court-house.