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==Entry 110==
 
==Entry 110==
 
James Evans, heretofore guardian of Sally A Evans, a minor under 21, has failed up to this time to take any step whatever to attend to the interests of the said minor whereupon it is ordered the appointment be revoked
 
James Evans, heretofore guardian of Sally A Evans, a minor under 21, has failed up to this time to take any step whatever to attend to the interests of the said minor whereupon it is ordered the appointment be revoked
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==Entry 111==
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On motion of Sally A Evans ordered that Castleton [?] B H Ake be guardian, bond $400
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==Entry 112==
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Page 26 William M Martin personally appeared, petitions to establish a public ferry across the Arkansas river at H B Rose's. Court requests a bond with security and $5 tax before a license will be issued for 12 months. And that he charge 12 1/2 per man; 12 1/2 per horse or mule; 6 1/4 cents per head of cattle; 3 cents per hog; one dollar per four-wheeled vehicle; 50 cents per two-wheeled cart; 3 cents per sheep
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==Entry 113==
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Ordered that each house of entertainment "Tavern" shall pay an annual license of $10 when they sell no vinous or ardent spirits and that each house where vinous or ardent spirits are sold shall pay an annual tax of $20 and also that each dramshop, grogshop or grocery shall pay an annual tax of $20
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==Entry 114==
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Monday 15 Jul 1839 Page 27 at Ozark A Henderson Smith Hunsicker, D L Bourland associate justices
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==Entry 115==
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Ordered $4 be allowed Rial Bryant for [??] in the hands to work on Stage road in the year 1838-39
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==Entry 116==
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Ordered Will Cureton and John Wilkins be allowed to keep a public ferry across the Arkansas at Ozark for 12 months as soon as they have given bond and security and pay a tax of $10. The rates shall be : 12 1/2 cents per man; 12 1/2 per horse or mule; 6 1/4 per head of cattle; 3 cents per hog; one dollar per four-wheeled vehicle; 31 cents per two wheeled cart; 3 cents per head of sheep
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==Entry 117==
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Ordered Jesse Miller, late Sheriff be allowed credits of $7 (delinquent list) on Tax acct of last year (1838) and that he be allowed further time for collecting and settling said tax account and that he report from court to court how he succeeds in settling said business.
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==Entry 118==
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Report of commissioners for viewing road from Ozark in the direction of Boonville to the [??] of Six Mile creek [?] was received. Overseers appointed: Elijah Hail from the South side of the Arkansas River opposite Ozark and ending at Smith Creek. E S Moffet from Smith Creek to the Military road near his house and Thos [Thomas] Berry from the Military road to the Scott county line, Sabert Scott Esquire to apportion hands
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==Entry 119==
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Page 28 A petition was presented praying that the Town of Ozark might be incorporated. Said petition was signed by two-thirds of the taxable inhabitants. Petition granted. Appointed S [Smith] Hunsicker
  
 
[[Category:Franklin County, Arkansas]]
 
[[Category:Franklin County, Arkansas]]

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