Liquor licenses granted to the following: William Teke, Dillsboro; Ben Sprang, Lawrenceburg; E. Braunagle, C. S. Notmeyer, and Andy Friberger, Aurora.
The contract for furnishing hard coal for the public buildings was given to Gideon Renner. Beckenholdt & Co., were the successful bidders for supplying soft coal.
James Ruble, a late private of Company C., of the 16th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, presents a claim that the Bounty voted to Volunteers was never received by him.
Joseph Deffner, W. C. Buffington and Charles Campbell appointed reviewers to view a proposed highway in Logan Township, and report at the December session.
Charles Rachenbauch, John A. Cole and D. F. Williams, viewers appointed to view a proposed highway in Harrison and Logan Townships, and make their report, and report that said proposed highway will be of public utility. There being no remonstrance against said road, by order of the Board said road was granted.
John P. Walker, William Wethered and William Teke, viewers, report that the highway examined by them in Manchester township is not of public utility, and the Board declare said road vacated and condemned.
Henry Fangman, Charles Hornbach and George Steinmetz appointed viewers to view highway in York and Miller townships, and report at December session.
Thomas Nead, Harvey McClure and L. D. Leming appointed viewers of proposed highway in Harrison township.