The Louisville Daily Courier 21 April 1859
For the Louisville Courier. Oldham Turnpike Meeting. The meetine met accordine to Bdiournment. and en motion, Col. Fible was called to the chair, and M: Demoss appointed secretary. The obj ect of tue megLiug was oneny statea, ana uoi. Mallory and Dr. J. W. Griffith discussed the importance of the location of the road, and the necessity and nronrietv of makine the same. On motion. T)r Griffith, Marcus Speer, and Wm. Barnhill, were ajiviutcu a wuiwiucc iu select -iueciors icr saia road for twelve months. The committee reported the following, viz : P. B. Wolfolk, M. Fiblo, W. D. Cassadv, Wm. Barnhill. Dr. J. W. Griffith. M. Speer, P. P. Boulware, and M. Demoss, all of which were unanimously elected by the company. un uiuuon, ine loiiowmg resolution was passed : Jtesolved, That said Directors be authorized to confer with the Directors ofthe Goose Creek road iri Jefferson county, at such time and place as they may designate. Un motion, the meetine adiourned to meet on the third Saturday in May. JOHN FIBLE, Chairman. M. Demoss, Secretary. Cenlrefield, April 16, 1659.