1884-03-28; Clare County Press
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«smmmgmmmm$mm^ \k/ A I ■ • ' . - .."-*' . ' i i J- ' "' " ' 'liHaaiiBBBiaiWiBBaaaaii^ $1.50 A YEAE. VOL. VI ;i "... I V-' '',\^ < ;■ vi Offioia,! Paper of OJLa,,re Ooxiixty. GLARE, MIOHiaA^vMARCH 28,1884. BY D. B. AIWARD. NO. 48. ouaty ngf i«S! V- Businoss Transacted «$*fc% spc- ia! Session.of tlieOBpsril of Supervisors.^ * 4 t OrsyaMtaaUoii ot^'Ivmmifcr new TovvnsUlp, FriusUliu, out Gerard. Nays- Graham aild Wm none. The committee, on mfceeilonoous claims report' tho following- claims and recommend that they be allowed as stated below: claimed allowed \V il Browne, £31 20 $28 SO Stevens & Quinn 2 25 2 25 Jhling' Bros 19 81 19 81 Thomas Neal 175 175 Claro Co. Cleaver 2 8(1 2 80 A E Mack 7G8 7 08 ALL KINDS OF GOODS, Some goods whicli would cost you 25c elsewhere, we are selling for only 5 cents. CALL & SEE How our Suits axe selling this winter, almost ior nothing. No use to keep them. They must and will "be sold, as we have a large stock and have marked them down to the bottom figures. So look to your own advantage. WOOLEN GOODS will be sold j at lower prices than you ever bought them . for before. HEAVY CLOTHING- very cheap. We have also a good line of BOOTS and SHOES which we offer at very reasonable figures. If you want Comfortables or Blankets, call on us. We surely can suit you. Come Everybody. | 188J.« fi OHj-AJELIE, MICH. uMH>«unf K2 iazarw. ii.**-** -cr* xutm** ttaa3BniM**+KJJu*n:*i*G*sn uwinw W e call your attention to the fact that we are ■ sale and Retail Dealers in V*v hole- Feed, Grain, Groceries and Provisions*. Buying the above in large quantities, we can sell VERY LOW. Special Attention G-iven to the trade of Lumbermen, Jobbers and Small Dealers. BLACKSMITH COAL. LIME, BRiCK, HAIR. ETC., ON HAND. WE BUY TIES, TAN BARK, FARMERS' PRODUCE, ETC. HARKIKON', JlAU.-iiL ■ A The Board of Supcrviooiv, <jf Clare I Board county pursuant ro a fall i*j^w>d by W. \V. Weatherwax, Wi^jtienml and A. B. Topnui, metilt thct'ounty Clerk's office, in tiie village of Ilarri- son, this 21st day of March;"^Si, al one o'clock p. hi. , -, Board called to oidor, Supervisor Weatherwax in the chair. 'Koil called and lhe following SitpQl'viison*. were present: W. W. Weatherwax', J. (.'. Rockafellow, Arthur E. Uoty, Erank McLellan, Nelson Sturgis, Jonathan Green, William Gerard, George "W. Graham, *' Supervisor Rockafellow oliojfetf tho following: On the matter of the applU'^oh. of certain free holders for the -election and organization ofa new toiS"s"fchip: Whereas application has bctyidyly mado to the Board of Supen^fa»_ bf the countyJ>f;C,inr0 by.A.TWiiBWffi$%i ! Thomas Croak,tf T. Bush. Wiiholm Holt.-, Sh Stephen Southwell, C. h. ALUn At. Stock, Freeman Black, C-J. i North, F. Al. Bassett, E. B. Call; i 15. E. CalkinsT Jas. M, Calkins Stoek well, li S Chalkcr, Amos B, man, I) Sturgis, George Sturgi Gibson, Nelson Sturgi*, £ A Ctynp, Jay Sturgis, John Bursley, P Cjrey, ( F Durosi, B Carey, John Roseifcran, ■ Edgar Durfee, Alexander Spfncer, '■ Loislcr DilienbecK, A McCrifken, Geo il McOracHiui, William flaroy, Walter li Kellogg, all of whu'ti aro freeholders and twelve of \vh»m resides in each of the townships to bo effected thereby, for the erection and organization into a new township of the territory hereinafter described, and the Board having been furnished with a map of all the townships to be effected thereby and it appearing to said Board by due proof that notice in writing of such intended application signed by at least twelve freeholders of the township or townships to be rhernov effected has been duly posted up and published in the manner and during the time required by law. And it also appearing to said Board upon consideration thereof that the said application ought to be granted. Thereupon it is ordered and determined by said Board that the territory described as follows, to wit: Town twenty i ' J 0 Rockafellow, Nelson Sturgis, f committee, and on motion the report i was accepted and adopted by the •Vllowed at The committee to whom was referred the- accounts of the Sheriffs, Justices and Constables report and recommend that they be allowed as follows.- • cl'd J S Cramer, Sheriff $582 HI C Breed," Und. " 00 7(5 J F Donohoe Const 34 IH 21 Ryat) Sh. Mid. Co. 126 80 H Cramer, 'Const. 8 70 U O Austin, Dep Sher 27 85 II Cramer, Const 10 00 " ■•»• • 38 76 J L Welch, Const 21 38 W it- Browne, Justice 30 20 : '««•-, "■ 3 80 Chas A Dwyer " 2 75 Ruben Smith " G 90 P E.Witherspoon Cor 410 Tlie.giaim of O N lloisington, Justice, roftjrred back for correction and certificationr ■- - ■ ■ all'd ?577 73 GO 7G 04 18 12G 80 8 70 27 8f> 10 00 8R 7G 10 88 3(i 20 3 30 2 75 • q 90 - 4 10 Bb9"JL# iCiL af J£fl Jt€t -HAS THE-— LARGEST STOCK -OF- CI-UtTTl'CATES. Alio wed'at No, H...:.. $1-55 % ..'f...n ?1^ 'i^Ar1'™ d.atail8 o 18. in 20 21 FUENITTJRE Picture Frames, Mouldings, etc., ON THE LINE OF THE. li W. 1 i Ifli 111 Wi if *! lA A n P "V. No. M. ..:..$!-551 ,.„.-«,. - ■ , t-^*i , -. , - .A!}j,it£> «' AIM-', i-^,: JSJi-=:aaL'.r>'-Au,.^ J., <w^-'?-'' TX'Vj-*'^-^ m ^AAp^f ?iM**J l.Z, '71' JUST NOW CERTII-'lCA.TES Allowed at No. 15 $ 1(5. 17. 18.. 19.. 20 21. 22. 23. 24 26. 27. 28.. ...3 00. 50 .3 00 .. 50 . 50 .100 . 50 . 50 ,. 50 .1 00 .100 1 00 ..100 .100 ..3 00 All of which is respectfully submitted Geo. W. Graham, I Arthur E. Doty, I-Committee. P. B. McLellan. J On motion the abovo report was accepted and adopted by the Board. On ap) licutsou the Board excused north of Range three west,' be aud Arthur E. Duty Supervisor of Green- Office. and Store on North Side R. R. Warehouse, South Side R. Elevator and R. MAIN STREET, OXjixxvJljj I!wLXOJdL. the samo is hereby erected and organized into a new township to be called and known aa the Township of Franklin, that the first township meeting therein shall be held at the hall of George Emsly, on Monday, th« 7th day of April next and George j Emsly, Chauncy O Sears and Wil-1 liam A Delavmi, three electors of puch township are heieby dosignated as the persons whose duty it shall be %o preside at said meeting, appoint a' Clerk, open and keep the polls and to! exercise the samo power as tho In- j specters of any township meeting ni-iy oxerciao under the laws of the state. Adopted by the yeas and nays a majority ©fall the members elected voting therefore to wit: Yeas-— W W Weatherwax, J C Rockafellow A E Doty, Frank McLellan, Nelson . Sturgis, Johiithau Green, Georgo W J woo:! fc.)W H'lip fro n further attend ance at this session. On motion the Board adjourned until to-morrow morning at eight o'clock. Harrison, Mar. 22, 1884. 8 o'clock a. ni. Board called to order, Supervisor Weatherwax in chair, roll called, all members present, Chairman W. W. Weatherwax appointed J. O. Rockafellow and Jonathan Grren as a committee on p< r diem and mileage. In the matter of th1) organization of a new township and in conformity with tho law, George McCracken was appointed to post notices of said election in the township of Frost, Clare County Mich. The committee on per diem and mileage make tho following report of per diem and mileage duo the Super- [Coi'lS iuicd o:. i,\r-l :i.-3'.\J CHAMBER, LIBRARY. & DINING ROOM E WE CAN& WILL DISCOUNT Any other Furniture Estafo-» lishment in Isabella, Midland or this County. '•$ ; * ., if*.. •':.*«&:?:?$ . , ^j t, ^Atlkw. i - * "> * * *> * .- *' <» ->h'ZJ,?,sAf *t '.*! **Zi\%rAl ^y^^.^% we waot' :;im You to come and examine our z^^'M^Af^p^',' ;oods and get our prices ovett,*^Wfj;J^^' ifyou arc not quite ready toT; \?,/^«sf buy. -J }"\ ••$*■! CLARE, 'l*l ' i Z ''■^4 A I, """"i"* r}^ A&.i.
|Title||1884-03-28; Clare County Press|
|Publisher||Goodenough & Wilson|
|Description||Friday, March 28, 1884 issue of a Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication date unknown. In 1886, the title was changed to The Clare Press|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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