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taxi ,:ILL., MARCH 2-" PROCEEDINGS OF THE Board, of Supervisors WHITESIDE OF COUNTY, ILL.. MABCII SESSIOK, 1897. on t .inntv •nrr ft pr>rt' <.>JF' STATE OF ILLINOIS WniTEBinx COUSTT The Board of Supervisors of White- Bide County convened at the rooms of the board in Morrison on the 10th day of March A. D. 1897, at 2 o'clock P. M. in pursuance to a call made as provided by law and was called to order by Chairman Hendricks, all the members being present. The minutes of the last days proceedings -were read and approved. Bills and claims were, presented and referred to the proper committees. Mr. McCall presented the petition of Mathew \Voodburn for an abatement of taxes which was referred to the , committee on abatements. Mr. Murphy read an offer of Mr. M. S. Winans for the lot known as the John Porter lot in Garden Plain. Mr. Overliolser moved that the matter be referred to the Judiciary committee with full power to act. Mr. Woods moved to amend that it be referred to said committee and said committee _ to report tomorrow. Amendment carried and original motion carried as amended. • Mr. Overholser read the petitions of Ed. F. Anrenu, John Clavin and W. B. Carolus for abatements of taxes which were referred to. the committee on abatements. ' . Mr. Ross read the petitions of Susan McOrath and John Tritschler for abatements of of taxes which was referred to the committee on abatements. MrTWetherbco read the petitions of E. J. Cook, First Congregational Church Society and Harriet Mead for abatements of taxes which were referred to the committee on abatements. Mr. Rogers read the petition of J. II. Mosher for an abatement of taxes '•which was referred' to the committee on abatements. • Mr. Wood read the petition of the Central Union Telephone Company. Mr. Devine moved that the same be^referred to committee on -County' Buildings. Carried. The Clerk read the report of Grand Jury for the February Term, 1897, of the Circuit Court of Whiteside County, which on motion of Mr. Rogers was placed on file. The Clerk read the proposition of H. .A. Stnrtevant offering ,this Board the sum of one hundred and thirty-one dollars (8131.00) for the Ira Wilson Ferry property. Mr. Quick ' moved that; the proposition be accepted. Motion carried. Mr. Devine moved that the County Clerk be instructed to issue Mr'. Sturtevant a quit claim deed for said property upon the payment of said sum of 5131.00. Carried. Mr. Kidder from the committee on Newton Bridges read th,e following report which on motion of Mr. Fen ton was adopted: Mr. Chairman and -Gentlemen of Vie Board of Supervisors: •• • • Your Committee ^appointed to not with the commissioners of highways of the town of Newton In the relation to the building of seven iron and steel bridges in said town, would re- •speotfully submit the following report on the. matters before them; ••-,,, "We met at the sites of the proposed bridges August 13th, 1888 and organized according to law and decided to advertise for bids to be opened September 2nd, 1808. At the meeting^, held September 2, 1896, there were numerous bids received, the highest thirty-one hundred dollars (J3100) and the bid of the Clinton Bridge and Iron Works was twenty-eight hundred dollars ($2800) this being the lowest and best bid was accepted. At a meeting held December 17,1866, bridges were carefully examined and accepted. The town of Newton has paid one half of the above amount which was four? - teen hundred-dollars-(814DQK_Your committee •would offer the following resolution and recommend its adoption: Resolved That the County Clerk be and is hereby Instructed to issue an order In favor of the Clinton Bridge and Iron Works for one half the contract price of said bridges viz: fourteen Imndred dollars ($1400). Your committee would further report that J. C. 31ean was employed as clerk for joint committee, bill presented by him of twelve dollars and fifty cents (J12 50) one half of which baa been paid by the town of Newton. Your committee would offer the following resolution and recommcad its adoption: Re&olced, That the County Clerk" be and is hereby instructed to issue an order in favor of J. O. Blean for sU dollars aud twenty-live cents ($6.35). Your committee -would further report that B. M. Biordon was employed ij; 1 joint committee to locate bridges and oversee them, the bill presented was seventeen dollars and twenty- five fceutB (117.25) tha town of Newton has paid one half of the above amount. Your committee would offer the following resolution and recommend its adoption: Iletolvtd, That the Clerk be and is hereby instructed to issue an order In favor of 13. M. Rlordon for eight dollars and sixty-two cents (SB.®). ' All of which is respectfully submitted. S, K'lDDEIl, \>HT <-ommIttp« !<•> whorr. WS.B rpfcrrfrtl th<* potitinrt of the Cer.trftl t7n!fn Telephone Com- Tinny n«klns for the rteht fn erfct telephone lines on th<* roadt of the County, would bfK lenre to *nbmit th<! follo-wtnp report on the matters t>pfor* them: We find that the Connty 8o»r<l of Supervisors linn no Jurisdiction oter the roads of the several towns, therefor* we recommend that the prayer of the petition b« not granted! All of which U respectfully B«bm!tt«cl. J. P. OYBBHOUTBR, GlLKSRt BOOEBB, , O, WOOBS. Mr. Rogers moved, to adopt the report. Carried. Mr. Wetherbee from the committee on Judiciary offered the folio-wing report: . Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the BoajrJ of Supemtaorg: Your committee to -whom V.-B.S referred the proposition of Mr. McClnre of the Chlldrens Orphan Home, would beg- leave to submit the following report on the matter before them: Fe find no law to prevent this Board from JOSEPH 8. BURNBH. Mr. Shannon moved to adjourn to 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. Carried. WEDNESDAY, MABCII 17,18U7. • The Board convened pursuant to adjournment with all the members present.: ••.:'•' Minutes of yesterday's proceedings read »nd approved. IJiJla and claims were read and referred to the proper/committees, Mr, Quick read the following pro- j>o%itk>n from Geo. E, Ely and moved its adoption: / . la the fiinorale Board of Superukora of WhiU- »ide County: • Mr. and Mrs. Cieo.-E. Ely will act ua Buperiu- teudent ant! Matron of WMteiUde Conuty Infirmary tfto coming yeur the name aulast your, . GEO. E. E.LV. Mr. W^ite moved to amend making the salary S10QO. Amendment lost, original motion carried. Mr. Wetberbes? >frotu the Judiciary eowwttittee offered the following report: , • - •'•••" ' " • • Mr.CtMiriiwntind(JcKtlemen of Hit lii^ird of ' r,-. '"> 3 K < !" '»". ru it s^-- » • 0 ?! E tt ivVoin S5 ,V>hn reck. « *1 j fm>< paying the Chlldrens Orphan Home for taking care of the pauper children of this County, nnd we recommend that the proposition of Mr. Mc- Clnre be accepted.- All of which la respectfully submitted. C. A. WETHERBEE, Mr. Shannon moved to adopt the report. Carried: Mr. Batcheller presented the claim of Edward Maccmber for, horse stealing. Mr. Kauffman moved to suspend the rules and allow said claim. . Mr. Talcott moved to amend that the claim be referred to the committee on judiciary, said committee to report at the next meeting of the Board. Amendment carried and original motion as amended carried. \ Mr. Wetherbee offered the .following resolution: lictsolvttl, That the -voting place of the flrnt election district In the Sterling election Precinct be changed from Green's carpenter shop to Lincoln-Park Hall. Mr. Kauffman moved to adopt. Carried. • Mr. Fenton from the committee on abatements offered the following report! • Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Board of Supervisor*: Your committee to whom WJIB referred a number of petitions asking for a rebate and refund of tuxes pnld for the year 1890, would respectfully submit the following report on the matters before them: . Petition of Mathew Woodburn, No« 1, we recommend the prayer of the petition be not granted. ...'..,.Petition of Ei J. Cook. No. 2, we recommend that the prayer of petition be not granted, -not having sufficient evidence that the valuation Is excessive. . Petition of Ed. Ahrens, No. 3, we recommend that the prayer of the petition be granted. Petition of John Clavin, No. 4, wcredommend that a refund or rebate of 40 per cent be .made. Petition of Dr. Curolus, No. B, we recommend a refund and rebate of 33M per cent. Petition of Susan McGowan, No. 7, -we recommend a refund and rebate of $1.15. Petttlo»-of John Trltschler, No. 8, your committee do not think the assessment too high, therefore recommend the prayer of petition be not granted. ••>' Petition of Trustees First Congregational Church Society, of Sterling, 111., No. B, we recommend that the sum of $15.81 be refunded to said Church Society. • ' Petition of Harriet Mead, No. 10,.we recommend the granting the prayer of the petition of said party. •' ' • Petition of J. H. Mosher, No. 11, we recommend the refund. of 25 per cent of taxes on same. . JOHN D. FESTON, C. MIM.EK, J. W. Ross. . On motion of Mr. Kidder the report was adopted. ..,- ' Mr; Quick from the ^committee on County House and Farm"Claims offered the following report, which on motion of Mr. Waite was adopted:' '.-. . To the Chairman and Gentlemen of the Board of Suprrvtion: ...... Your committee on County House aud Farm Claims beg leave to report that they have examined all claims presented to them and recommend the payment of the folio wing • and that the clerk be directed to Issue orders on the County Treasurer to the claimants for the several amounts allowed as follows: No. Name.. ' For What. Amount. 1 D 8 Spafford, groceries', .;. ?1S7 00 2 AC Stanley, groceries 0 00 3 J P Overholser, groceries .• 24 84 4 Wm Annan i Co., groceries.., 1 05 B li A Hawley, groceries ."; 34 77 6 M J Brown, dry goods r ... ...»— 61 56 7 WLAngell, dry goods. 22 83 8 E J Wearer, dry goods.... 21 3Q 0 J R Bell & Son, dry goods 23-00 10 J K Chester, dry goods; 119 28 11 LWWells; blacksmlthlng—......... 765 ISLMBrown, " 3050 13 J E Philips, hardware 112 14 AA Foster.drugs '...,. 15 80 15 HABoyd, meat..,. 44 60 18 Qeo E Ely,salary one year............. 1200 00 17 O'WBurch,coal. 40 45 18 Geo E Ely. cash expended •.-..... 40 60 19 J*nnle Wilson, labor at County House 24 00 20 Ed Fry, labor at County Farm..,-. 61 77 2r-Geo-E Ely, cash for labor,rr.-....,>.ii..-103 50 All of which is respectfully submitted. GEO. D. QUICK, ' D. C. WAITE, .CUAS.F. Mr. Shannon made a statement regarding horse thief reward paid, by this County. .Mr. Quick moved -that the reward hereafter be $50.00. Mr. McCall moved in araendment~that.no reward be paid by this County for the capture bf horse thieves. Mr. Waite called for the ayes and nays which resulted as follows: Those voting aye were Messrs. Burns, Beswick, Burch, Devine, Fenton, Gifford, Kauffman, Miller, McCall, Overholser, Rogers, Sturtevant, Talcott, Wetzell, Woods, Waite and the Chairman—17; those voting nay were 'Messrs. Batcheller, Kidder, Murphy, Quick, Koss, Shannon and Wetherbee—7. ' Amendment carried. Motion as amended carried. Mr. Miller offered the following re- s'olution and moved its adoption: Resolved, That the taxes paid by John S. Ferris on his personal property In the township of Coloma for the year 1800 be refunded to John 8. Ferris and the amount so refunded be charged up to the proper funds'. Mr. AVood moved that the whole matter bo laid on the table. Carried. Mr. Devine moved' to adjourn to J o'clock P. M. Carried. , . ; . ON,K O'CLOCK P. M. Board convened pursuant to adjournment. Members all present as before. Mr.' Kauffman, from the committee on Claims, offered the following report, which on motion of Mr. Fenton was adopted: . Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Board of Supervisor*: Your Committee on Town Poor Claims beg leave to report that they have examined all claims presented to them, and recommen'd the payment of the following and that the clerk be aii-ecU;d to Issue oi'dew ou the County Treasurer to the rlulmuntu for the several amounts allowed as follows: • - ,? No. Name. For What. Amount. 1 Paddock <fc Field, coal ....S24 IB 2 Jlry Wallace, Turner, waublug uud 7t 35: John Clavin, Crtitt.. • • £7 55 31 Harry Hubr-sird, coal SO 30 85 Mow* .Dillon, txi.il 67 70 Sfl Jacob Trensher, coal SI 50 37 John Wftrd, coal , 88 25 88 J R B«!l * Son., clothing nml dboes... 8 25 39 Jonsgen A Goeken, groceries 14 49 40 J P Ove-rholTOr, " 2943 41 N Gsnlrspp, " 2121 42 J H Klser, care of man 21 00 43 MMlehels, shoes 8 RO 44 Mrs AnnaElltnakcr, caring for elck 4 80 45 ONMason, clothing.... S 00 48 Sherman 0CoUlns,menlsnnd lodging 2 78 47 R L Harebell, shoes '.. 8 00 48 Ralph Y Breed, coal 14 07 49 Mrs AM Klser, boarding p»nper 8000 50 J D Fenton, monls and lodging...... 1 50 61 Frank Kramer " " " 675 B2 J M Bnrtch, coal 8 W 63 Potter A Johnson, coal 115 15 64 Woods A.Whllcomb, wood 4 50 66 Fuller A Talcott, groceries....: 2 95 69 F J Benzevllle, shoes S 60 67 Reed Bros, groceries 7 30 68 R W Murphy, dry goods and clothing 8 45 59 Mueller * Grove, shoes " '< 840 60 CH Atwood, groceries 16 83 61 Patrick O'Brien, milk nnd butter..... 7 15 62 O WBurloh.coal 10 60 B3 Bench Bros, groceries 6 23 MATAbbott, «' : 1160 65 Same ", 1476 66 Same " ,'. 1615 67 Same - " 1355 eSJAAngnlsh, " 165 60 Lafayette Nevltt, washing and mend- Ing BOO 70 James Jonen. nursing ...^ 7 00 71 WC <fe J O Snyder, coM..-"/ i -.-. : .7-:7;VvrrT r -8 15 72 George DeBcy, groceries 25 48 73 A D Mitchell,- " 211(1 74 Green * Son, " 800 75 James W Hurlbut " 2700 7fl F Kadyk, ' " ...>..... 80S 77 CM Cole, dry goods.... ,.. 2 65 78 John Poulter, sawing -wood 7 60 79 B Q Baldwin, dry goods 6 50 80 Sninci groceries .- 25 58 81 M B Winans, labor 7 7B 8 - J Peter Fisher, digging grave... -, 8 00 83 John Welters, groceries 11 05 84 McCrea, Schwab* Co, groceries 18 68 85 J W Broadhead, groceries 1021 8(1 Jt J Brown, shoes arid clothing 4 00 87 Joseph Bmltb, digging grave and burial 8 00 88 C N \Vhecler, wood 19 40 89 Oscar Bummers, groceries '.. 13 78 BO EG Wheeler, coal........'. 10 60 PI Marcellus Kidder, shoes and clothing 5 60 92 Bnrt A Bnydei', groceries 8 45 03 FH Emery, meat 8 95 94 C WFcnn, groceries 8 90 95 Cornelia Wood, work 20 00 90 E H Eshleman, groceries £ 65 97 Ewers * Likes, " ;... 2829 98 Henry Strach, board.... 12 60 99 Carl Walter, board and clothing..... 10 00 400 J O Ktngsbury, groceries B 58 101 Same, groceries.....!................, 8 52 102 Will H Maxfleld, groceries 19 83 103 Walter Cndy.taklne'body to cemetery. 1 50 104 John BJtnlBkejTi, groceries 7 94 105 A.E Pannenter, groceries..v.... i. r.;. = -1B ST 100 WH Shaw, coal... 15 67 107 Same, " 488 108 Mary McCabe, boarding nnd washing 10 00 109 Patrick Haverty, bill 80, not allowed. All of which is respectfully submitted. ' LKA S. KXurrMAN, JOSEPH BUIINS, • .' •• H. F. BATCllELLEIl. Mr. Beswick, from the committee on Miscellaneous Claims, offered the following report, which oh motion of Mr, Kidderwas adopted: Mr. Cliatrman and Gentlemen of the Board of Supervisors: Your Committee on Mlsccllanequs Claims beg leave to report that they have examined .all i-lulms, presented to them arid recommend the payment of the following and that the clerk b<; directed to Issue orders on the County Treasurer to the claimants for the several amounts allowed as follows:. . . r No, -Name. For What. Amount, 1 Seger & Round, medical' attendance..! 325 2 Same 3 Same ' 4 JH Mosher, B Same .6 Frank Anthony, 7 Same • 8 Same ' 9 RE Robinson, 10 8 W Miller, 11 Seger* Round, 12 TL Round, 13 FW Gordon, 14 Same ...-'' 15 HK Wells, 16 Same * 17SBDlmond, ' 18 Same 19JFKeefer, 20 R E Robinson, 21 M J Hill, 22 MD Allen, . 23 W B Carolus, 24 Geo P Perry, 21 25 19 00 JO 00 1675 7 BO 8 25 10 00 300 400 3 00 900 360 28 75 10 BO 15 00 1320 IB T5 .-.-• " " - . , 6 00 . " . . . 12 00 . " .- B 00 ".'-.. 4 76 medicine ....... ..... .- ..... 4 65 25 WH Howard, constable fees, ......... 520 26 A K Haberer, 27 Same " 28 Same " 29 HMShultz, " 30 Same • " 31 Same " 32 Same " 33 Same " 34 Same . ' " ' . 35 Same " 3tl Wm Maoahan, " 37 Same " 38 J-W Alexander, Justice 39 8ame " 40 Same ". " ' " 41-Samc —^ it. 42 Same ' " 43 Same : ' •" 44 Same , " 45 Same " 46,8ame 47 Edmund Jackson "• " '.-.. 48 Same " " 49 Same " " 50 Same ' " " 51 Jamea W Mahana, constable fees... 52'James W Hurlbut, Justice fees 2 OC B 79 6 19 1 35 B 00 11 05 2-70 5 40 2 70 5 40 B 40 2 00 4 70 4 00 2 85 3 70 2 95 4 (10 3 35 3 40 3 70 370 •2 60 3 80 3 10 5 13 20 53 Charles F Gifford, 54 Wm Rush, constable " — .•;... 55 A K Haberer, attendance nt court.... 68 JWFarley,' " ." " .... 57 HLBrewer, _•'«•.." " .... BSCALum, " '> " .... 59 John W Lewis, " " " .... 6C W A Hall, constable fees 61 SWTeach, ". " 62 E O Winters, Justice " 63 J W Farley, services in crlin. cases... 64 L E Brookneld, coffin and digging grave .... 65 Charles Bent, printing for supt... 3 95 6 65 60 00 BO 00 60 00 2 60 2 50 5 68 285 4 BO 18 65 12 00 _____________ if ....... _ D ___ M ......... 31 68 6 CFufler, services .to°apply on aalary 833 II 67 Same, cash expended ........ '. ........ . 230 61 68 Same, boarding prisoners ....... , ..... 147. 7' 69 Geo W Howe, fees insane cases ....... 313: 70 L E Tuttle, attendance at court, .: ...,,' 63 0( 71 W J Johnston, cash expended ......... 87 272 Walter Stager, " • <• " ..... .... 358 73 Illinois Asylum for Insane Criminals, clothing.... ...................... ,... 13 7 74 Same, cloUUng ..................... .... 1027 75 LE Brookneld, coffin for child....,.,,. 6 OC 76 HcBrlde A Proctor, medical services 18 OC 77 J W Farley, taking pauper to county house ......... ..'. ...... ....... ....... 20 78 J M Fay, two coffins and graves ....... £40 79 Jerome Marshall, comn and burial.'... 11 0 80 FH Geyer, coffin and burial .......... 10 OC 81 Jerome MarHhall, services ..... -..,- ..... - 25 OC 82 James L Bates, Justice fees ...... , ..... 4 3 83 Same, " .' " ...... ...... 27 8-1 Charles Luimlug, medical attendance 60 OC 85 Same, ' " " 12 8. 88 E J McEntlre, " " 25 OC . All of which is respectfully (submitted. W. A. BBS-WICK, _______ J. W. HOBS,' H. R. MUMPUY. Mr. Devine, from the committee on Finance, offered the following report whichon motion of .Mr. _ Berwick. wa adopted: • AJr, CluilruiQH and Gentlemen of the liuurd .• Your commute!; to whom- was referred tho IjlU of M. S. .Winaus feu- lUu property known us the John JPortt-i 1 lot 'wliltfh tujotnliiii four m-rt-a wuuld sr«ajie<itfu!ly subuitt tue tolluwiug report us. tka We ivtmW tvvomiuuuil tliuttliu County Clerk. fee iuwn-m'led tu ad v urtusf oaid vroptrty 2i d.i> «t «v'U tli* !>a«ue ivt public aiu-tiuu Coatt ouuiy the JH of » ' ' 3 J 'K Frury, coal ,.. 4 S W Tuauh, UK-ills und lodging 0 OD Pitney, " " " ti t) K H:.il ey, groceries 7 AC Htuiiley, " 8 COK& Yauiittut, coal. U J V MuCurty, " 10 AC Worth, clothing..; 11 Julm Kcitur, shoes ", 12 WouiS Uruti.^roi'crieUiWOud uud meat IS Mursluili &• iirluker, coal.. / H I'.i-u.<.-h Bros, xvoaerlea -JS t ' \f T iiul* I' K ii '* 11 00 20 13 7 50 3 25 £5 20 23 -U B5 90 65-23 2 BO 4 75 30 K 14 W) fci> ksi t'.l 75 J8 B . Your committee on Finance Claims beg leuv to report tl4»t they Imve cxumiucd all t- preaeiited to thtm nud reitouiuicud the l»iy meat of the following and Unit the Olerk b directed to is.iue orders on thy Cuuuty Treasurer to the claimants for the uuverul aiiiuunt allowed as fuilows: No. N'iioie. For What. Amouii 1 Geo D Barnard & Co, sup Co office.'*. . $232 2 111 Pi-luting Co, '• " ... 3 P F Pettibt-UB & Co, " " ••• 4 Buuie,- - ; "'*,••• f> Sauie, ». " " 0 Bauie, " " 7 Bame, " " 8 Sa.we, " " U Potter * JolniBoii, " ' " 10 W W Wavner, iutertwt ou Co orderti. . 11 JIary VV«lcU, svuiiWug ................ 12 Wiiituojdde Bar Tel Co, *'«at o» jjhourt 13 Sutfltf, J«5)liiil'B ................. ,,.,.... 14 Uui'rtaow K t * JP Co, liglita to bWg». 13 W B J-eivla.i>tipj»li«a ............... 60 3 7 1 ft 12 W 3 7 40 0 40 7 61 6 &03 23 B 31 l> 6 !> 30 f Vn.ifl'- 1 V 'lit {'Iisrl- ^ W i "«, . ,«. j •,-» *"h ,_, ' ,,-li r"n JIM! No! By 5 I'S H MHftTilti, HvcVy hire 2 W - J H Howlnnfl, It*cry hire 1 W >j Jffhn W L«-w!i, constable (it flection.. 2 00 i Frank Krnm«r, boRrting Jurors S 25 i C Brnbakpr, " " 8 85 J H Donichy, " " . .... 825 1 Sterling Bcobracbtffr, pub proceedings S 00 ! C D Hannon.pnb riro<-«!dln jfs * notices 30 CO Oossert A Langdon, pnb proceedings 25 00 Albany Herald, " ' .... £500 W Sterling Herald, " • .... 2500 17 Charles Oifford, " ' .... 25'00 58 Fulton R*crlster, " ' .-...SB 00 9 Fred B««tian, " ' .... 2500 0 Prophetmown Spike " ' .... 8500 " Same, nupplles 200 Same, " ' > .... 775 43 Parker * Hentxerv pnb proceedings and phftniphlets... ; 60 00 4 Sterling Gazette, pnb . proceedings and supplies,.... ,.... C9 60 5 111 Inst Deaf and Dumb, Incldenal ex. 11 24 8 111 In*t for Blind, . " " 47 73 7 Nor 111 Hos for In*ane, " " 14 27 8 Oeo DQnlck, committee nervlces 10 00 9 Marcellns Kidder, " ' .... 970 OJSBurnH, " ' .... 800 ICMIller, . " ' 980 2 Geo D Qnlcfc, cash expended 8 25 3 Geo Talcott, poor master services.... 800 1 DC Waite, " .... 10 00 "> LBKnuffman, ' ."... 8300 .oJYMoCall, ' ...I. 1500 7 Oeo D Quick, ' .... 2500 B CFGlfford, ' .' .... 15 00 9RRMurphy, ' .... 600 0 Henry Wetzel, poor master services... 6 00 IJWRoss, " " " ... 8000 62 Gilbert Rogers,'!_," '..." .... 2495 W W A Bfflwlck,.-- 1 .' .i._.i«'.__ _'«_„,.. _:8 6» 4 Hugh Shannon " " " and cash 20 00 65 .T P Overholser, poor master services nnd coin, ser— 8083 66 O Woods, poor master services and com. ser. 4800 7 H F Batchellcr, poor 'master services and com. ser 68 10 18 LB Kauffman, taking patient to county house 260 } M J Brown, nupplles 7 93 ) Brown & Lang-don, supplies 4 60 IFred K Bastlan, " ., 460 2JKChester, " ;... 75 "3 J AAngulsh, G ARcase... 21 05 4 Same, . " " * 88 98 TBJMBurtch, " " :....... 1800 78 F J Beuzeville, " " 420 77 J P Overholser, " " 4900 •^ Dlller A Fletcher, publishing proceedings and supplies, 4000 } J W Ross, cash expended 270 "0 K Devine, poor master services ....... 2 60 1 Chas Bent, supplies 70 00 828»me, " i 6000 *3 Brown * Langdon, supplies 200 MWCHolbrook, '" 700 5 J W Lewis, taking patient to Morrison 4 60 ffl C P Bturtevant, poor master services, etc : -35 00 f7 John D Fenton, poor master services,' 13 00 sSHDBurch, ••••«. •• 300 19 Fred K Bastlan, supplies '. t 7 60 0 John GLoosABon, work on jail 9800 2 J V McCarty.'o A Rcase'""!'.""!"" 18 25 3 T W Wheeler; bill M9.07, not allowed. All of which Is respectfully submitted. E. DKVINK, ' HKNitt WKTZEM.,. G. D. QUICK. Mr. Woods off ered'the following re- iolution and moved the adoption: > Rtsolvf.d, That the thanks, of this Board are lue and are hereby tendered to Chairman Hendrlcks for the fair, courteous and efficient manner In which he has discharged the duties )f his office for the past year. Motion carried unanimously. The Chairman in a fe\v well chosen remarks responded to the above reso- ution. . . Mr. Quick .moved that the County Clerk be instructed to make °a claim against the estate of Susanna Cook, deceased, for the amount pa/d by this 3oard for care of said deceased to John, Sladhill and for amount paid Jerome Jar shall for burial expenses, said claim to run to County of Whiteside. Motion carried. The Chairman made a few remarks n relation . to the' meeting recently leld at Ottawa by the Couu.ty Clerks and Supervisors_of_this_$ta_te_and_ stat- d that he thought such meetings a benefit and hoped that this County would send a delegate- to the next State meeting. Mr. Rogers moved that the members )e_allowed their, mileage and per diem 'or attendance at this meeting of the' )oard. Carried, Mr. Devine called for the reading of ;he minutes of'this session, which were read and approved. Mr, Quick moved to adjourn. Carried. A. R. HENDBICKB, Attest Chairman. GEO. W. HOWE, Clerk. ' BLIND, BUT TOO GAY. Unfortunate Who Eloped, with Another 81 ghtleu Uan'jt \Vlfe.; .. The outdoor poor department gives •; annually a saiall sum of money to those afflicted with blindness, says the New York World. , "I'TC como for my pension, sir," said an applicant recently to one of Superintendent li Jake's assistants. "There's BO money here for you," replied the assistant. "And let me'give fovi a tip, you won't get another dollar from this department. 5 '' "Oh, my; oh, myj do not say that," pleaded the blind nian. "I'm poor; you'll admit that, won't you?" ; "Yes; I think,you are." ' . "And blind, too; Isn't that BO ?" "Y^a, you are both poor and blind." "Then hand over the money, please," demanded the man, "because under the law I come under both conditions." But the clerk dhook hla head In the negative s "You know wejl enough, why you can't get the money," he, said, "there- port against you read»that you are not respectable." '•' . -.'" "Now I kcow 'what you are driving st," sighed the blind man,-"but what has that to do with it?" f Everything," was the reply. "A man who elopes -with another blind maa'a wife is not fit to have a penaion." And that settled it.-- . ' ' will sell for Cosh this week at the Miowtpg pr!cp». AH guaranteed. gO Ibs Ufa*. Snarar, m Ibs Mfht C gagMV '• Plllsbwry Floar, p*r ssek, White Satin Flonr, #er fe«et, Kansas Beattty Floar, per sacfe, Iowa Girl float, per sack, M<«a Coffee, or Arlracklft's foffce 1 Ib XXXX Coffee* 85 Clothes Flnt?, 1 pkf Yeast Fosm, 1 Ib Best Fine Cut ToUucco, I Ib Quality and quantity, 1 Ib Best tJneolored Jap Teft. Same as pthg(rt ask GOc, 1 Ib Best Lard. 1 Ib Good BakUff Powder, ' 1 Ib Baker's Chocolate, 0 Bar* FaTOtlt* Soap, 8 Bars Santa Clang Soap, 1 Gal. Best Cider Tlnegar, 5 Oal, Gasoline, 1 Gal. Perfection Oil, 1 pkff eold Dnst, 1 fb Best Creamery Bntter. ' ' 1 Ib Best Dairy flutter, 1 Gal. Good Syrup, SM> l.lb Good Boasted Coffee, 15 1 Ib California Pruned, 1 6 1 Ib California Evaporated Peaclics, 8 1 Ib California Evaporated Apples, 0 1 Can Good Corn, 6 Table Peaches, 8 Ib Can, "- 10 Pnmpkin, 3 Ib Can, 0 Oatmeal, So per Ib, 9.1b for 25 Cornmeal, per sack, 10 Graham, per sack, , 2Q tl.0© 1,00 1.16 1.10 1.015 1.00 16 8 W SO 85 8 80 85 85 25 J5 50 9 18 16 VELVETS. Call and see an elegant line of Velvets at Also a fine assortment of Spring Veilings, MRS. L. HODGES. Locust Street, second door j north of Gait House. our If* of goods, and fair have dotia it. Our old tomera know this. ' Wewa everyone to know It. We have a good supply, e* *«*» * hand. Coe & aJL A- Tl *3L Jt. THE ttGLE 7 Ibs. i'runes for - - '* 3 Ibs. Apricots for - ~ ,"< i !b. Ohio Maplp Sugar for 3 2-lb. can Com for 3-lb. can Caj. Pears for - : i box Searchlight Matches, i Ib. White Fish for - $t i Ib. Mackerel for - - IOC i-lb. paper Shell. English " Walnuts for '•'-',- ; Pall line,;of KENNEDY CRACKERS, and-prices away down to suit th» times.'- ' *tf Try a sack of THE PERFECT FLOUR, If you want good bread. J. P. Overholser, STEELING, IL.L. -f-*i 5O Cords of Wood i j r j^fS-:» at S3.50 to $3.0O per Cord ;,|| Delivered. ' M. C. WHABFIBLD. On March, 25th to 27th I will move my stock of Groceries to the room formerly occupied by Coe Bros,, and at that time will stare a Spot Cash business, No goods will be sold on time under any circumstances. Strictly GASH or PRODUCE will be the rule. There are many of my old friends and _ to on time, but in' starting the Qash System I will be compelled to treat all alike, and on the above date I will lay m'y books; iiside, and . it .will .be Spot ll^— I^wilLendeayor to to the; public that it is .to their interest to pay cash. All kinds of Produce taken same as Cash, but no money paid out for produce. Look out for my prices later on. . R. L. KIMBRO. Prop. Just Received Another Car oT the F The West End Grocer. What if Not Miracli? .-. The great Four-C Remedy is doing work wherever introduced as nearly miraculous as it ever falls to the lot oi any human agency to do (I will esteem it a - > t favor for any one interested to write the persons whose names; appear below or anyone whose name tnay appear , f among these testimonials.). ' , ^ My aim Is to convince the, public o( my sincerity acd of to true merits of this regieiiy, BENEFACTORS OF THE RACE. £4(« la the fol»r Regloo. ' Borne curious detaila of life in the po> lar region have, been obtained from members of tha ..ISTansen ' expedition. They all dwell 90 the feelings of delight Which ihey experienced iu pnce more meeting' other human, bebig-8. (5o tired did they become of eeeio^ the eajne faces and l»ea.r ing the sarao voices dtty after day, in the course of the glow drift northward that in the end 9 feeling 1 of irritation was produced. At times this !jrrit4bility became welj-nigh jrtsup^ portable. Finding it almost impossible to endure the sight of another day, they would set off oo, long walks over -the ice, .each man by himself. It waa an astounding thing, one man eaid, to eec bis coiaradea striding away over tha tee from the ship, ea«U in & iiffereatdi* carefully avoiding W* f«l» Office of "KiNOJienBB TIMKS," 1, Kingnsoer. Okla., Deo. 12,'91 f :-! believe It my duty to write you • line In regard *9 the bonefiolal effect of Phelps' •'Four 0 Remedy," so far as 1 am personally concerned. . A week ago laat Thursday, I was taken with a se>ere attack of la grippe and in a short time became so boars* I ooum not speak above a wbUper. The night previous I had coughed nearly the entire night; Just before retiring I took a teaspoouf ul.and slept the tmtlre night as sweetly at ever 1 did to my life, not coughing onoe. I was entirely relieved before taking one bottle. Phelps' Cough, Cold and Croup Cure should be in every household in the land. I Bend you thus wholly unsolicited by anyone, (or you are benefactors oi theiaoe in Riving it the antidote for eome.of the worit ^auctions to which It Is b«ir. . t , V«y Truly YQim, ; , C J. Usaajrr, Editor. A MIRACLE, . Kansas City, Kansas, Deo. 8*. '01 Last Friday, Deo. 19. my attending physician etated unless I was better by morning he could do nutbina for my relief. That night I commenced taking Phelp'8 "FourO" remedy, stopped all other medicines. Tha first dose stopped my cough; slept and pasted well; a tew more doses removed all soreness fr*m my lungs; the second day I was up: -the third day I was out on the porch and to-day was uptown purchasing holiday ' . - --Washington Ave. and Summit St. •-.'-'• . CROUP CURED." One dose of Phelps' Cough, Cold and Group Cure, eave my child lostftut relief when attacked • with t&eorowp. \V. E. MoojiE, . . Bros., Grocers. Atkauiitis City, Kansas. UNBROKEN REST AT NIGHT. ' 3. B. HULIMO. Manager, Office Commercial Printing Co., . , m South Clark St. J E. E, Phelpg, Esq., City, DiiaSin;—I wiab to bear testimony to tl great sffloaoy of your ''Four C" remedy In tfcio ana lung ollmenU. AB a rale I have been »k« tlcol of the merlta of proprietary medicines, b have to confess that a teat o.f your "Four O" convincing that at least one ready made renw is wortby of use. My children Ml tako It wltj out the least objection, from oldest to' and Jt is particularly noticeable that I , almost Immediate. A single dose will CUKC* most coughs la their beginning; it wives an uS broken rest at night. In ipy family "Fow 0" is simply indispensable and I reconmend it I™. ' Yours,. ACUTE LARYNGITIS, _ •' ..Chicago, Sept, 26, For years back «ach winter I bfuva »aU, with acute LaryDgltlii. Last wluter WM so Ioould.not leave my room for two weeks or a- above a whisper. 1 tried 'every known oo« preparation from cough drops up and down wl no relief then In de%*atlon I was lnaue«d t«. to try ^help's "FourO." The8tet dose nton my oougb, giving me the first night's r*»t • week*. Hart tha bottle cured me. I havensi »«en wjtbout this wonderful remedy *inca. Itaf' as different froia other like remedies as «aota«»»^ ftom vinegar wr guear from sand.' ' r MBB.JOSJSPBE.GBUBB, ••--•-».: —-."-6313 Ma" IT IS A MIRACLE, .?m, n » a5 P^H** h***!*!! • - » IT, — JPnoipa U havtoi} is, »»A«-12 Batet)f bis Cough and Cold -Rer"* porBonally^ know it U just wh&t 11; 1a i to say of "Four^C." il«i • - • - - NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS AND THB PUBLIC. <* CONTRACT,—Drwgjgists are authorized in ALL CASHES TO R'FFUND THE J»im*^ CHASE PRICE, if the Kur-C Remedy (Phelps'Cough, Gold and "roup CuS) fcffif to give satisfaction in Croup, Bronchitis.Asthma.LaGrippe.Couehs and C *' ' matter how long standing, or deep seated, in fact J guarantee in all m Bronchial or Lung trouble, not as a Cure-Ail,but to give unbounded satis Give it a trial OR the above conditions. I take all chances ' J, R.-iWS, JI8 §3d Street, CHIGA60,'(Ur, ^P* For Sale in Rock Palls by ; J. ' in Sorting by W. P, • .,:';?• «iiL.'al:.k&i

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