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The Bulletin Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 11, 1895, Decatur, Illinois deliver THE VOLUME NO. 45 MAY 11. 1895. ONE DOLLAR A 11 r TV FOR 4ERY MASON HOLMES APPOINTED NIGHT made all of his t- the the I in 1'ull. or made a good making all of his P and will have that They are 1 W. v M. J. A. W. H. P. J. J. H D. C. Armstrong H. Ed. F. and A. S. W. oi Weights and Measures f of I. n B. F. Vtr Loeb and John R. The and Improvements rter and John and Bolen and and tr Drake and and Stratton Streets and chair Bolen and Ordinances and The Old and the Tie courier was a evening and was packed to The people i-o could not get In sat In the od up out the session in order to near pretty v to ne had a seat on the beside the retiring and seemed to be interested in the the new aldermen had seats beside the retiring The At the last meeting of the council the bid of Mr. Mattes for building the East Main street sewer was referred to the streets and alley committee to see if it was within the limit of estimate made for the The commutee recommended that Mattes be given the contract as the lowest Alderman ery that he understood that Mr. Mattes had said that he would not use new brick to replace the brick broken in taking up the He wanted the matter and asked the attorney for an opinion Attorney Lee stated that the con- tractor would have to replace the pavement in good Then Knight wanted the ordinance read on That stated distinctly that the pavement must be replaced in a- good condition when The report of the committee was The report of the special committee on the hook and ladder truck brought out a long The public improvement committee ed that the matter be referred to the special committee with power to act Montgomery objected and stated that he thought the purchase of the truck should be allowed to eo over to the new council as there was not money enough at preset to buy the Alderma Knight who had the report in said that he fully agreed with the gentleman from the Second but that the adoption of the report did not violate any for that was not buying a for there was no certain time fixed as t when the purchase should be made Montgomery said that th special committee in question bein a creature of the old council to exist when the old counci went out oi He then rea Inures from notes showing that th had time warrants past due to the amount of and that there was past due on these warrants interest interest to In addition there a general overdraft of and to saddle on the new council an al expenditure of he believed to be radically Alderman Knight said that he was delighted that Alderman Montgomery had ex- a change of heart for be j remembered distinctly how two years ago Montgomery had with the expiration of the old council voted to pave fifty-three blocks of and had left the new council to pay for that Alderman Montgomery retorted that the vote referred to was not to award a con- but was for the ordinances for the Before the argument ended Mayor Moffit said he believed that the purchase of the new truck was a matter which properly be- longed to the new council and asked thai it go Alderman Knight said that he did not care what became of the whether it was rejected or but would in- sist upon a The report was art and Dodd voting against it. The matter of opening the bids rought cut another long Drake said the bids were he property of the special ee should be opened by it. Montgomery wanted them opened in council which was finally Bids were received from four makers of The Babcock Fire Extinguishing Apparatus company bids for three designs of trucks costing and 225 La France Fire Engine company submitted a bid for a truck known as the Hays truck at Gleason Bailey offered to furnish a truck for The trustees cf the E. B. Preston company offered to sell the city a truck which was for use at the World's for The agent of this company was in the lobby and was granted permission to explain the advantages of the He said that it was made especially to advertise his company at the fair at a cost of and being for ition was of superior make and It is a three-horse truck and was used jail during the and may have been seen in operation by some Deca- tur Monthly The treasurer reported that re- during the month were The amounts in the various The city marshal reported three arrests during the The amount of tines assessed was fines paid on old 95: police fees earned and col- Engineer Barnett reported that the water works had used 442 tons of coal and pumped gallons of water during the Street Superintendent Deianey re- ported that he had expended during Water Inspector ed five arrests for violations of water and plumbing ordinances and collected as fines on His report of the house to house canvass for violators will be ready at the next The five justices of the peace reported fines assessed and collected s collected 8.23. and and Iso collected on old collected n these and old collected n these aud old Other Charles E. Schroll submitted a of block 10, and the north half of block 9, in block 2 of H. addition which was The committee to whom was re- the petition for a sewer in the alley between East William and East Prairie reported The report was A wreat number of bills were read and The only objection offered was to one for for repairs to a carriage damaged by a Sre in responding to an derman Johnson moved to refer this to the finance committee and the motion Surveyor Loring reported the mated cost of paving on Cerro Gordo street from Edward to at and the city clerk was in- to advertise forbids for ing the On motion of Alderman Foster the and clerks of the city election were allowed 83 each for their and the judges who posted the were allowed saloon licenses were F. W. Andrews was granted mission to erect a sign in front of his restaurant on East Prarie It was about when the clerk announced that all the business was Then the clerk administered the oath to they new mayor and other Then Clerk Skelly and Deputy Clerk Bobbins took the The new aldermen are B. Colonel J. L. G S- G. Frank S. J. W. The holdovers in the order of their wards R. R. D. L. R. J. Charles A. O. J. L. Made Several of the retiring aldermen were called on for As Mr. Moffitt gave up his seat he was called on for a speech and leave you with the best of Malice of heart don't belong to this physical I have tried to do my duty impartially by every I have been traduced and but that don't hurt me a I hope this incoming cil can work in harmony with its ex- head and can work for the best interests ot the ive of street corner I pass you this gavel with the best of feeling that ever a father had when making a present to one of his I assure you that you will hear no grumbling or fault finding from me i will assure you that I will do the best I can to help you along this rocky road over which you will need some of the Scotch and some of the Irish to be I express to you my hearty good Mayor Conklin took the gavel handed him and said After the kindly feelings that havi been expressed for one another here one would think that you had had a love feast all the I hardl know what to and you all appea to be so kind and thoughtful of eac other it does not seem necessary t per ct. difference Royal Baking Powder Most A S to whether any of the baking powders are equal to the A the official tests clearly Wnen samples of various baking powders were purchased from the grocery and analyzed by the United States Government Chemists and Chemists of State and City Boards of the reports revealed the fact that the contained from 28 per to 60 per more leavening strength than the and also that it was more perfectly absolutely and altogether As most of these powders are sold to consumers at the same price as the by the use of the Royal Baking Powder there is an average saving of over one besides the advantage of assured ity and wholesomeness of and of biscuit and cake made perfectly and The official reports also reveal the m other of lime or sulphuric by which their use is made a ter of grave danger to the Whenever a baking powder is either wholesale or at a lower price than the it is made rior probably from and to be avoided under all BOYAL NEW-YORK speak for harmony or pleasant I know that in such a body as this some troubles will but from we may be crowded for appliances we must stay our We must not exceed our Then when we do get anything it will belong to We will not be capped by THE NEW POLICE FORCE HARRY what I know and what I have read I feel that jou all deserve the of the Sometimes when we put forth our best efforts we are But If through it all i we are true to our If are and we try to do what is whatever others may we can have the consciousness that we have been doing our Mr. if I do as well as you have done I shall think I have done They skinned It is There will be need for consideration for each We can not expect to find in so large a body all the dinal virtues in every We try to work together in we do try our relations will be We must make a for for attention to public for the interest of the city that IB destined to be one of THE SUDDEN SUMMONS WITHOUT hilc he was Eating Dinner at Chop n as the In- quest this Harry the well known and not improbable that I will have to call on you for for or I am perfectly sure from what I have seen of you that it will be freely Not So Awful Mayor here took his seat and calling the new council to order addressed it as we come into control of the city's affairs under peculiar The affair was never more thoroughly canvassed or aroused that at the last Every izen was brought Whether the selection was best or not is not for me to With the office comes great I think much has been said that was There has been great talk the prevalence of Men Have been Assigned Beats and arc at The members of the new police force will be in their places Marshal Mason took charge of the office this morning and at once began the work of assigning the new men places as Ed. Leech and Andy Lord will do dav work on the J. W. A. S. J. W. LUC V the best In the At the conclusion of the talk some business was including the granting of fifty-five licenses which applications were accompanied by On a vote all the aldermen but Carter ot the Seventh voted for He voted no. The tion of C. T. for license to open a saloon at 1270 North Calhoun came up and was refused in response to a protest signed by about fifty residents of that POLICE Marshal Mason Will Keep a Man at quarters Night and Marshal Mason made a little change in the police force Officer Shultz will do duty at night and Ed. Koschinski will work up Police Everything is quiet in police went in he ordered his dinner as When he began eating he said to T. at nigh nave I J wherever he u floor gasping for Mr. and several of the waiters hurried to his side and turned him over on his he force have served on the crime and loose order that has been without Some have said what they had no reason for Peculiar circumstances have con- fronted circumstances which have had no equal in other The council has been called on for great public It has had to make large The citizens have responded liberally to the demand for money for new streets for enlargement of the school for funds for other But in spite of all that has been to demand Because of the rapid growth of your city the money at the disposal of the council seemed insufficient to meet all the There has been talk of I think the great increase in the city's population has had much to do with causing the It has been a but a steady Even when it seemed that needed appliances had been you have found yourselves handicapped by not ing No one can be charged with There has been some complaint that was not But there is one thing that we must We must keep within our cles and the new men have not had a chance to themselves One feature of the new order ol things that will please the public will be the fact that there will always be an officer at police headquarters to answer telephone calls and other emergency Marshal Mason think Decatur is large enough now to need an officer at his side ana mm u- The W. C. T. U. of Decatur have and threw ice water on his face arranged with A. to to revive but all to no purpose give two stereopticon Cass Chenoweth and W. B. the near at the Union tetler were but when they The program will be chiefly rived the last spark ot life had subjects something on the line and not a heart beat was Coroner Bendure was at once moned and removed the remains to j Bullard's Undertaking rooms where the body was prepared for The deceased was one of the most widely known men in the where he has resided for the last twenty He has but one relative Mrs. Conrad Mr. Osmer was a big hearted whose worst enemy was and many i were the expressions of regret when i it was learned that he had After the inquest this afternoon the remains will be conveyed to the of that given last fall at the First M. E. only much more varied and Wants a Papers were filed Monday by ingham Schroll in the divorce suit of Wingardner against cis W. They were married 10, and have no i Cruelty is the ground on which divorce is he he can be found both night and It will be more be as calls by tele- home of the deceased at 336 West Eldorado The time of the funeral has not yet been The Coroner Bendure phone can be given prompt coroner a Considerable inconvenience and the inquest at this has been caused in the past by the The jury found a verdict fact that there was no in to the effect tnat the deceased came finding anyone at police tQ hig death from The jury was composed of Drs. J. A George Scovill left last night G. Bolen and W. P. for Today he will meet a number of her furniture dealers and they will visit the large factories in These have formed a syndicate to buy They are ten in and will buy about ten times much as one retail dealer would In this way they hope to get furniture at a much lower price than would have to pay if each bought his coods A man named Henry of enroute to Columbus 0 was buncoed out of by a con man at the depot yesterday The fellow got on the good side o Boucher and finally borrowed o him just for a few minutes and ha not returned The police wer notified but the stranger had mad good his Horse Marshal Mason received a telegram his from of asking him to be on the for a small bay mare lad been stolen from Awarded CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT A pure Gripe of Free from Alum or any other 40 YEARS THE STANDARD
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