Friday, June 23, 2017
 

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Image from page 424 of “History of Vermilion County, together with historic notes on the Northwest, gleaned from early authors, old maps and manuscripts, private and official correspondence, and other authentic, though, for the most part, out-of-the-way s
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Identifier: historyofvermili00beck
Title: History of Vermilion County, together with historic notes on the Northwest, gleaned from early authors, old maps and manuscripts, private and official correspondence, and other authentic, though, for the most part, out-of-the-way sources
Year: 1879 (1870s)
Authors: Beckwith, H. W. (Hiram Williams), 1833-1903
Subjects: Vermilion County (Ill.) — History Vermilion County (Ill.) — Biography Northwest, Old
Publisher: Chicago : H. H. Hill and Company
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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han was assigned to theduty of filling up the regiment, and received the appointment of lieu-tenant-colonel ; was promoted colonel, and at the close of hostilitiesretired to private life after a short Indian campaign, as general. Some-how he connects his good fortune with that little incident at Port Gib-son. In writing the History of Livingston County the writer failedto make proper mention of the services of one of her most gallantsoldiers, for the reason that in the adjutant-generals report his resi-dence was put down at Danville. Ignorant of the facts then, he desireshere to make the only amends in his power to make. No truer soldieror more accomplished officer ever went into the service of his countryfrom that county, and his comrades in arms unite in saying that hispromotion was based upon better reasons than the accident of his savinga war governor from a chance rebel bullet. Livingston county havingfailed to take the credit of his loyal service, Vermilion county willassume it.

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ELLSWORTH COAL SHAFT. The following figures are taken from the last annual report of the county inspector of mines, June, 1879 : Number of shafts, 15 ; number of drifts, 14; number of slopes, 3; number of strip banks, 22; number of men employed, 325; number of mules and horses employed, 100; 22 •• 338 HISTORY OF VERMILION COUNTY. number of tons raised in 1STS, 200,000, which at four cents per bushelis 0,000. BUSINESS. The Illinois Printing Company was organized under the laws of thestate in 1874,— it being a continuation, so far as its business is con-cerned, of the printing firm of G. W. ETynn A: Co., and the DanvilleNews. Capital, 850.000. Its business is the carrying on of theprinting business, the publication of the Danville News, a dailymorning paper with a weekly edition ; the printing and binding ofcounty blanks and records, railroad printing, fair and show printing inall its forms, and everything pertaining to the art preservative.G. W. Flynn is president and manager

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Image from page 291 of “Annual report” (1864)
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Identifier: annualreport19081916mass
Title: Annual report
Year: 1864 (1860s)
Authors: Massachusetts Agricultural College Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station. Annual report of the Hatch Experiment Station of the Massachusetts Agricultural College
Subjects: Agricultural education
Publisher: Boston : [s.n.]
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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50 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. [Feb. 3 a .SB ill aw – C. M N IN M i w x; O CD ir; as i I I I I I lO <-h OS COlO CO ■—I 00 U5 00 lO g8- s s g. o ■ C O o <- T-.d_£3 ~

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CO X oo X DO <# to ss 1914.1 PUBLIC DOCUMENT —No. 31. 51 Experiment Station.Disbursements and Receipts. Disburse- Receipts Apportion- ments from from ment for Balance Accounts. Dec. 1, 1912, Dec. 1, 1912, Year ending to to Nov. 30, to Nov. 30, Nov. 30, Credit. 1913. 1913. 1913. Administration, . 0 79 54 ,600 00 3 75 Agricultural, 4,841 79 2,746 36 2,000 00 —95 43 Asparagus, . 483 27 – 700 00 216 73 Botanical, . 1,672 90 – 1,350 00 —322 90 Chemical, . 9,362 54 9,128 76 400 00 166 22 Cranberry, . 3,135 53 5,884 50 2,000 00 4,748 97 Entomological, 425 96 3 20 650 00 227 24 Fertilizer, . 10,560 77 10,580 00 10,000 00 1,486 62 Freight, 248 24 56 300 00 52 32 Feed law, . 6,184 05 6,000 00 6,000 00 897 40 Graves orchard, 466 93 399 04 400 00 332 11 Horticultural, 1,492 20 78 20 1,300 00 —114 00 Library, 64 00 – 75 00 11 00 Meteorology, 299 27 – 375 00 75 73 Poultry, 910 51 – 908 00 —2 51 Publications, 978 37 – 1,150 00 171 63 Salaries, 32,679 14 – 33,090 00 410 86 Tre

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Image from page 413 of “Community civics and rural life” (1920)
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Title: Community civics and rural life
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Dunn, Arthur William, 1868-1927
Subjects: Country life
Publisher: Boston, New York [etc.] O. C. Heath & Co
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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births and deaths, and performsother clerical services; an assessor of taxes; a treasurer; several constables, who have policeduties, execute warrantsissued by the selectmen andby the justices of the peace,and sometimes act as taxcollectors; school commit-teemen ; overseers of thepoor; members of the boardof health and of otherboards for public service.In some of the New Eng-land states the justices ofthe peace, who are notstrictly town officers (see p. 438), are elected by the town meeting.There is here given a copy of portions of a warrant for aspecial town meeting. This warrant is very brief as comparedThe town with those issued for a regular annual meeting;warrant but. it gives an idea of the variety of business transacted. TOWN WARRANT Middlesex, ss. To Henry Atchison one of the constables of the Town of Framingham orto either of them, Greeting: In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you are hereby required to notify and warn the inhabitants of the Town of Framingham,

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Old Town Hall, Marblehead, Mass. OUR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 397 qualified to vote in elections, and Town affairs, to meet at the Casino insaid Framingham, on Wednesday, July 16th, a.d. igigat eight oclock p.m. Then and there to act on the following articles, viz.:Article 1. To hear and act upon such reports of any of the officers of theTown or Committees of the Town as may be then and there presented, ap-propriate money to carry out the recommendations thereof, or any of them,pass any vote or take any action relative to any of said reports, or any partthereof. Art. 2. To hear and act on the report of the Committee directed to investi-gate school needs in the Apple Street District. . . . Art. 3. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Town Treasurer toplace to the credit of the Park Department . . . for the care and mainte-nance of parks and playgrounds, any and all sums of money which may bereceived by him … on account of said Department, and authorize the useof the same by said Dep

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