The inhabitants of the towns of Elmore are legal voters in town are hereby notified and  to meet at the usual place of holding town meetings in said Elmore on tuesday March 1st at ten oclock A.M. to  the following business viz;
1st To close a moderator to  in said meeting.
2nd To cast their votes for one for to some as County Commission they are 
3rd To choose all  town officers for the year ensuing
4th To see if the town will vote to raise money by a tax or the  list to pay all legal charges made against the town 
5th To see if the town will vote to pay their drafted men a bounty
6th To see if the town will vote more alterations in Highway or School districts.
7th To do any business proper to be done when met.
Elmore February 15th 1864
Wilson Griswald Selectman
Elmore March 1st 1864
Town Clerk called the meeting to order at this time and place agreeable to the above Notice
20th Voted to pay a bounty of $200.00 to each Drafted Men that has gone into the service from this town and is now in the service, has or shall die in the service, or shall be honorably discharged there from.
24th Voted to instruct the Select Men to pay all volunteers that have enlisted
last day of January 1864 or may enlist hereafter, the same bounty that other towns have or may pay
26 Voted to dissolve this meeting Joseph W. Bryant 
Abel Camp Town Clerk
Town Clerks Office Elmore Mar 1st 2864 Received the above and foregoing town meeting for Record and Recorded the same
Attst. Abel Camp Town Clerk