From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Alcorn Collection. Unfinished report from E. W. Laird, listing nominations for county officers from several counties. Notes include dates of appointments, names of officers, and notes of those who failed to qualify. At the end of the report, Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn signs his name and requests the advice and consent of the Mississippi State Senate for the appointments.
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Clark Collection. Document containing a statement from several officials of Yalobusha County, Mississippi, that Henry H. Gorin is qualified to be dispenser of spirituous liquors, as well as the bond of Gorin and his sureties L. Newburger and Marshall Newberry. The document also includes a sworn statement witnessed by William Cook, a justice of the peace, certifying that Newburger and Newberry are respectively worth $5,000. A final statement, also witnessed by Cook, certifies that Gorin will carry out the duties of dispenser of spirituous liquors.