The County Commissioners closed the regular September session last week.
Louis Veit was granted a license to sell liquors at Dillsborough.
Dr. F. H. Sale was appointed to render medical and surgical aid to the indigent of Cesar Creek township, at a salary of $20 per year.
Upon an application of R. H. Davis, Coroner, persons who have served as jurors at Coroner’s inquests were allowed pay for the same by the Board.
David W. Swales, John Gudapple and Wm. F. Mabis were appointed viewers to view, and if practicable, lay out and establish a public highway in Kelso township, in accordance with a petition presented by James Carpenter and others.
John Johnson, D. M. Brumblay and George W. Givan were appointed viewers to lay out a certain road in Manchester township, according to petition of Jacob Walters and others.
Dr. A. J. Bowers was appointed to render medical and surgical aid to the indigent of Sparta township.