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   Decatur Daily Republican (Newspaper) - April 30, 1889, Decatur, Illinois                            A i 1 l i L s >v T J I', i fv i MI S p as Latest s., Dccntuv Drtiln Uqniblicmi. XVIM. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, APRIL 5T, WILL COMMENCE A SACRIFICE SALE ilKIlt STOCK ON ACCOUNT OK II CHANGE OF FIRM and And lor SIXTY DAYS we're going to SLAUGHTER OUR STOCK Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods. This is no Humbiisr Sale, or Bankrupt Stock but a SQUARE DEAL and STRAIGHT BONAFIDE SALE. We mean just what wo advertise, and will prove our asser- tions ii' you will call in arid get prices. VTHE DEEPEST CUTV Ever Made in Decatur ON MEN'S BoYW1 AND CHILDREN'S Overcoats Hats and Furnishing Goods, sell you Oven ut. less than you a STKKJ'I'LY L jiriiTs LOW i Suit, t 01 'J'HK DI'UIATUK CALU'KT FACTORY iimnufiu'UiriiB nil kimlH of HAG AND CUAIN UAKLMMU lliivliiKiirritiiui'iiii'tswItli Ilii' lufKi'tl Whole- .sale CHI Home In Clili'iiiiii, In i.'picit'ht thi'lr Kiioils In tills plan-, we Imve MiTiiriMl a line rUmpll'l, lid Iln: il m Ihf m'll.inil. Wo air nmv to sell liHler gmiili limn cu-i- nllcii'il lii'rc, Ircim tin1 dicancsl itruilt'S In the. very Illicit. We furnish every Carpet lirlnlit anil Iiesli; yon no solit'il autl shop-worn enili. We linisl Ciirpuli cut without wailf; you lien! only wlial your room reiialrei. Wu Imir a very liirjic vailulj can select wlial. yon ivaat. p wlllKlvuoiiri'iisti All SiiiiihlrH HIV ciil (Mini tint rolls. si> the Koixl.i Mill alwajs ciiinpiiiu In M'tallly anil lutlteru are in H linrry wo will Biir- jiriBti yciii liow ipiick wo nel unlare Illloil. liriisscHCurpft Hum up. I'urpi't Clialii lial. yon ivaat. We nave no carrying .itoek, tlicreftu'e lvuoiiri'iistiniiimllii'lii'iii'lltof law CHARLESFISTER, 101) Hontli Miirch diliim Siilo bineoln J'nrlc. New Book Bindery -------AND------ BlankBookfflanufactory, 127 S. Water St., Doaotur. illl lilnil.H ol bunks bound and rupiilrwl. Tiilasciiuu llnxus iiiiuli' to iirilnr. Niiinci sliiiniinil In itnnl nn honks, pocKtit- Inllute'UuiH, I'le. Nimilii'i'liiK lli'knl.H, ulii'i'kH, I'll'. HERMAN SPIES, Proprietor, GEORGE M. WOOD Fire-Proof Safes, Iron and Wood Pumps, Garden Seeds, Grapevines, 135 SOUTH WATER STREET. h SAN Cilll I'Kil1 1C I'O Sill I 'iidrrwciir, possibly liny 'IMATK Kl'v need, and we I'D nl lo liny a unit, of IsewluMV. T10N will make lirsf-'.dass J. R. RACE CO., 129, 135 North Water Street. THE FUEL OF THEfFUTDRE. March and T. i5. SI'ALDINCJ.M.D. KKC.VrUK, ILLINOIS. )lllcii llnlll-H 7 In Kill lor. Illlll 7 Ollliv III Ci'lllhll Illuok, nvi'l- II. HUllli'H Slorw. Jii J. A'l-I'DltNKY AND CDUNHKl.l.Oll A'l1 LAW. linU'i'.lu (.iiiirl llousii Hliick. 1st duor In loft null vvny. Hpui-lnl nllti 'Jlmiicury, ltinllon o innlttira In I'rutmte Dress the Hair Ayi'i-'H Hair Vigoi1. Us e.li-iiiili- iii-si, lieiii'tli.-hil nlTeots on thu sculp, uml lusting pei-fiinm I'liiimit'inl it fur uni- versal tulli't HSU. II kc-i'ps HIM Imir soft ninl Ilii'iilnr.priiViiiits it from ami, if tin- Imir Ims liiii'iiino vciili or tliin, priimnli'S new ui-nwlli. rcHluri' Iln! iiriMiniil i-ulor uf my Imir, whieli Imil lururil I'l-wy. I nseil Ayer'i lluir wild i-n- tiri' mieiii'si. I i-lii-i-rfully te.-Uify lu ilia Efficacy oflliin pri'piiralion -Mil. I'. If. Duviil- son, Aleviiiiiliui, I was iilllli-li-il soiin- Ilin-e yi'iir.t with Heiilp'ilisensi' My hail' wns fulling "lit mill wliiil i-ennuneil liirni-cl t Wlllt iiiiliii'i-il in try Ayi-i's ll.ilr Vigor, uiul iti a fr v iln1 ilist-mit in my si'alp ili-opin'iii'i'il and mv hair I't-Hiiineil its uriKinal color." Ili'V. S, S. Suns, 1'aslor I'. H I'liiirc'li. Si. Mi-mice, 1ml, "A fe'.v vi'iirs I sulTei't-il the cnliro IHHS of my'lmir fnmi lite elfiTls of tetter. 1 liopcil I hat iifiei' .i liiin1 nulni'e would repair tin1 In-is. vt'iiiloil in vain. Mum- r.....cilict Nero snggcHii'il, muni, however, willi sued proof merit an Aycr's Hair Vigor, ami 1 di-giin louse II. 'I'l'iii ri'itilt wiisa'l I I'onlil have clcsireil, A grow-tli "f h iir -inon eiiine out all over, mv lii'U'l, ami grew In lie as soil and lienvy ns I rvi'r hail, ami a natural color', unit lirmly ,1. II. Pratt, Hpnlfonl, Ayer's Hair Vigor, I'KKr.MlKU IIV Dr. J. C. Ayer Lowell, Masi, Bold UniBKl'il'' I'urfwncri, PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. March Term, 1880. STATIC OK ILLINOIS, MACON OOUNTV. I SEVENTH POINT Yon -.lioiiM trail Tun Cut- IAI.O DAILY Ninvsbccnuse j'fK iitn fifitirit it, Plit-c tlocsn't Ht.uul m the way. ll'i ix-iilly lie: chi-npi'sl ihlun "'i c.irtli. due mi-mis pr.n llcally you il. Tliun you limy il iiic.in :i giu.11 tlciil, itccuriliiiK "H yon iiivc-M il. A tiling Ii II il i oils liutr, unil is mm-li. Tint DAILY isliiji: giaph from On- wliuk woikl lu your brain. Tu keep h in con- uoikillK order >wi Inn CHIC mil ail.iy. Tlint'suhy It's il muli-ii u urrat service fur an I .1111 pllLC, [Is (-in uLiliim is i i ,i il i .fill......HUllI fj Lf 'viicliuli'il J'i'iim Thu followlnif report of W. A. llnlman, over- Buur of tlit1 poor, rcml mid ordered rceoi-d- motion of Mr. Brown: DKCATiitt, 1 1.1. Miiroh 11, 18SO. To Iho llonorHhlo llonnl of Supervisors of M two n County; 1 boruby submit tho follovlnir report of my olllolul uuta for tlio ijunrler ouilititf tiwluy Numherof fivmllios, 145: nuinbor of pornona In t'limlllus, to which ulil wus Iron) Mvutiiuber loth to Mnreli lltb, 1BWI, TOIIB of cuul, Ml piilrs, JUS) 14U 111 'I'mnaporltulon Wl Dry KooilHand olollilnif Kouiliiilf trimelont piuiporB llurlnl outlltn forpaupora "I (Iruvoa HnU oomi'tory pormlts !H UO IliiulliiK Hick pimpora to poorhuuiia... 3 UU Total amount ptiUl out Niinil.cr Hunlto poorhouBO. :.'J WILlaAM A. HOI, MAN, of Poor. Tho uoniinuiiluHtlon from K. McClollan, cir- cuit ulork, In I'Oliilinii to tho rovonlliiK of re- of mine's iilloruey WHH rol'crrml to I ho cnimnlUun on I'IIUB tliul tmlurlt'H, on inolloti of Mr. Moiitiroinory. lu motion of Ml'. Aoull' tliu uoiu-d lullourni'il until llilK) n. m. to-morrow, VUIJUTH HAY, JIAllCll TKHM. Mnrch Kith, 1SMI. Ilimnl mot piirnuiuit to adjournment, mom- born nil pruBunt Morrlwoiitlittr Hint Monliroincry. Hon. Thomas N. l.uiivltt, olutlr- mini; Lluoi-Kii 1'. lliinly, olork; John 11. hliurlir. MlnuloH of yuBlordHy'H proooodliiim rcml, tux) tiiiprovud, on molionuL' Mr. JolinBon. Tim followlnif olnliiiN wero HUdlliil liy (lie iiiiiniiiiltee on inibllo buililltik'H; IJiiion Iron Worku, piitlcrnn for oiifll- Di'untiir 211 III l.yllij, KukulaiV Itonuy, Inirdwuru HUH YOUIIK HroH. A Mnrla, (roods for Jull.... -I Cuninil Tulopliono Co., u.su of tolcplitmu ill! Cliyol for wntor Puwerfl, rout of court liouso Our lllllu tin ulieu llin c wcukn old linikn mil. wlllu'cuciiin. lilnl Hie pre-i'ilptliin (rina NIV- iTnl L'ond but wkliont nny Hpi'CUll lirlli-lll, Wu tried S. liy tliu tlinu unu bottlu was ICiimi, In r liwul beKiiii to heal, mid liy tliu lllilii she talieu nix boltlert i nn'ti. New luii n full mnl lie.ivy lie.ul of MlniHt licnlthy child. I fcul It but my duly tn iiuiku tlilii BtntuiiRMil. H. T. S1I011K, lllch llill, .Mo. lur our Ikioka on Dlouil.....I Kkln Ulxiwen tUld AltvllH- tu HtlffcrerH. mulled frn1. TUB ywivr Co., it, AUimtn, CJft, ATTOKNKY A'l' LAW AND NOTARY Will draw ileeils, and ilu all klml.i cotivcvnncliiKi will also cxninlnu iibstrivulH ot Illliniiul pi'umplly allead to any anil nil btisliies.i entrusted to him, WN. loun inonoy on Kond (Mly itiul fill-in nilil HHliUc, oi'KHJK-Ovcr Hintlb ft KliiH'.s ilriiK store, No. N, Water .Street. dcc'l-dtf BOSTON STORE. WALKER, THOMSON GO. Niillmnlol (Iriinih. work on bollor..... Lein Tiiylor, drooina................... II, Mueller A; Sons, muiiilk'H ami work oonrt honBe.......................... Siuno, ruptiii-H at jiill.................... 1'Ye.uman Hlinert for jllll.......... Duuiilnr Lnmhoi'iSi MI'K. Co., Innihur.. C. county 77 IK) INI "ii Ot) llll H for jitll................... roptitrson Jail and Sunn', KI U. Mnnll oounty InilklliiK............ li'lelil >v Wilson, tlxlurea I'or Jull mnl winnty InillilliiK...................... 1" ,1. U. Wlnohrunnur, night wntuli........ (I txl 11. K. MnyAi llro., Blovo I'or imirBuur ol' poor............................, II 80 W. C, Dlnuiuk, u'ooila for liinmum ill lull.................................... H Uccntiii- (Jon! Co., Mill I'or county IniililiiiK............................... 21 IKI II.Miirtin, Ihno.......................... llitnkH Piillnrmin, wolirhlnit coal.... U Hi) H.MnelliT rupulrlnir lock...... r> Douiiliir Ji'iirnlUiruCii., Hlcp laclilor.... tt (K) Mori'hiuiHii, Wei's it Co., liwll box...... UU Tliu lolknvdiK cliilms woro iiinllluil uy Iho Uonnnlitoo on Piiiiporn unil I'oor Fin-in: lltirlier it llnkor, RooilH for poor. f Krai l.llturcr, euuiu............... IWiti T. O. Jloloinnb, Hiiino.............. H M) Itllulilufe Hindi, Mils............. W (i. M, Proctor, for IH) Klpp iV Moi'iin. Hiunu.............. Ill IX) 0, A, Hull, oollln................ n mi K, Citrr, uicillotil Horvloc....... AllunTolbcrl, onre of imupur.... 4fi U) A. CollitiH, meilleiil altcnilancii. T M MyorH, KiioilH lor poor...... -II 7f> II linkup PullorBoiiKOOiln fur pool- On A..I. Hnilih for pnor II 'Si WillluniH Urns., KixHla for II UI W. II. lloimhlc, KonilH I'or flu Mi Hi :'.r> A. Suhoonle, gooilH for Jill 76 I'liUsr Miirlln, irooilB ttiir poor..... n nn .1. H. Illtrhut Co., (roods I'or poor K. W.Uimii, KooilH for lioor..... 1, K. KoMur, K'uoilB I'or pool'...... nitcnlielniL'r KIHUIH for poor .1.1'. UlohoiiuoriiorjrooilHforpoor Tbofollowlnirreijort of oonimltleu on imupors atul poor farm, to whom WM furred tho aiiKKOtlon of W, A. llolninn, ovvr- wer uf tho poor fKrin, In relation lo iiubllih- niK tho immcB of porgoni rcoclrliiK Iroin thu oounty, WRI on mollon of Mr. MoCluro. To tlio honornblo bonnl of miin'rvlnors of Uncoil oounty: Your committee on pauper ami poof fnrin, lo whom WKBrolerrod I IHI within uomimmi- onilou, wuuld most nmiwatfiilly thttt tin1 BUKVOKtlon olferoil liy tin' ovwxfer of tho poor for Uccitttir IHI con- eurud In, Mild It IH lioreby orilurotl thHI Iho (iromovr of tliu poor for Ih'oalnr townnlilp Kiul Ihoouvcnil Huporvlaorfl tho tnwnnlilpftoutxliluor townnlilp, Blinll fiirnlHb tho ooiinly elurk il lift of tho nl'l bn lieails of mivli liimlllCH nld with tbo Hinoiinl liumch for pnlilli-atlon at eiuib iiuiirlcrly ini'ulliiK of wi linn tin- nanio aliall mi prliin-'l with Hie pro- uoi'UlnirBof ilio bounl. and fiirtbt'r Unit 111'1 ovorBOor of tbu poor lor Deimltir townnblp bv nnlhorlKoil loButnl lolhv poor farm Biu-li pi'i- BOIIH Mhi' nmy In hlBjinlKiiiuiil think I'orllii' IWHI InleivBl of tho county. W. ,s. SMITH. K. H. WOKKkTT. .1. W. K. MoCl.l'IIK. W, II. At'llKF. c. AMMAM ,1. W. HHOWN. Coniniilloe, On inntlnn tif Mr. Ai-nll' lliu following report was ailoptoil: To tht1 bimrd of suiiei-viBorH ol' Maconconnty Voureoniinllli'i' lo whom rulurri'il tin' coiuniuiilcallon ot I.. I., unt of HuboolB, UBkhiK for an imslBIHnt, would ruooininund IbHl hi> bi' Inipowort'd to uniploy an nxBlaliml for thu l.iliiiuio of the pivnent your enilliiu- Decoinbur 1, ISMI, lor H pi'rlod ol llfly ilayH, nol to OAI'IM'I! two ilolmrB and Ill'ty cenlH per diem. Henpem fully Bulinilltial, M. MANCI-KK, It. M. MAI'MAN. II. I-'. MAV. [Connnlltee. Mr. Miiolnin tnovi'd the Hdopllon ol' tho I'ol- lowlnv report, wliluli motion prevnlleil: Tw itie iioard ol' Hiipervlrtors: ili'itfli NIMI- Wuyour coiiiniHleoonli-i'sand naliirlui have exiiiiiliieil tho of T. L, KvanB, Heliool HllpurlnlenOollt, tlnd tliere IH dni' bun. iltod anil tiriy-two dollaru, HIK! ri-eoiuini'iiit Bpprovul, H. MANKI'KK, .1. W. lillOWS, II K. Miv, K. W. M.1IIAN.UI, i'oniniillri'. On mollon ot Mr. Hie roiiorlwttB lulopleil Mnrch ISMI: To Ilio lloiiornlilo Iliinnlof Huiii'rrlHiirH: We, theComiiillteo on 1'ulillo llulldliiu-n lo whom wan referri'il tho matter ol' tlio bulKbi ol' Iho Htnoko stack at Jail, lunvu ID i-oniirt that wo havo InvcKlliriiled BaniLS and In our U should lieli-n or Ill'loon luet hlitlier. We would Ihcreloro reoommimil Unit a committee lie appointed to have the work ilono tiBKoon IIM praullentile, II. K. MAY, II. MANI'.I'KK, .1. W. HHOWN, .Inns II. MII.I.KII, .lllll.N S. C'lllllllllllei'. SiiliHiKiuenlly Ilie olnilr ajipoliited MI-HHI-H. May, Maiiouko anil Itniwti UN Biioti eoiiimllii'o. Mr. .lolinson oll'ered tho following reMiluifon and moved ilu adoption; which iiiollun pre. vullud: 'Hull Die on Kali- (IrounilH bo linpinvei-eil lu leaxo Hie lali- KroiindK mid thai th L  rio II IK) II M 7 12 (Ki 40 IKI M, mi III UI 1.rj IK) "ii M r, ;M 1017fi K OT] III III ST. WllhiK, Wlillniori' nery .lunvr: uoincry. Anulm; .luine Joi Dullard vrln. [Illnl; P. II. Mom. H. free It; .Huph MoiTlmin. (J, Sehnill. John Mllain, Tho Hpeoia Dopartniont we wish This Week is to call attention to SILK GLOVES! Liidies' IMaok TalTota Silk Pure 15c a pair .25c pair W e won i o our 'in attention CLOVES They ranted not to wear out at the linger ends. call particular IM'KI) SILK War- are Stoves for Summer Art) iliHiiiiionu; Coul and (ln'iolir IHII-JUHOH. I'ritw od-uul wiidd, ;HI nslim, IHI ilnnl; H-nily unil I'KKt'KO'L'IiY I'n'i c-ookml in midi-lor liino, iintl with I itiinnyiiniM froni hont.tliiin by any "U'i'r iiiMllnhl. UHinl limy liiu-n MiiliMliu'Linii; cowl IKI Hint m, nnlir.iu-y wiiuil Inulii's wlm hiivc IIHOI! tin-in (.HjniMiilly in SIIIIUTHM-, uiul tln-y COlHiD NOT KKKl' HOUHK uT ONK. OHM to innko H NET PRICE OF PER THOUSAND FEET, May 1 I, to AM, I'KUHONS UHlN'd CO( I'UUI'O.SKH. Uw follnwiiiff 01'inionn from bull-known liuliiw wlio liiivo iwul (inn Htovea Misses' and Children's Silk Gloves in Black and Colors, 150 Misses' Pure. Hillc Gloves, in all the latest shades, from 15 to (i. This lot is an exceptional bargain at 25e a pair; goods no better have been sold for 50e a price, 25c a pair. have just received our second shipment of J. Hunt, nf IVnitur ami Coko (Jo. NIC- I am iisiiiK n No.-7 OIIH lo itn nnuiy tfiuxl J''or uiul it m willi utility, 1'lomilmenH, NnuTroN, Sup'l if" Unit I liKtir witnotw mill eronuiiiy, it, in nil I nmld ilo.siro; nnytliiiu; can bo cuokod on it Hint can 'kivl on nny rtl.ivc, witli, in my opiiiiiiii, IIMI.M uml oortninly with Uvss inoro I clioorfnlly rwoiiuuonil it. MUS. I1KNKY HLWOOD. d K. .1. H-i-iurniN, Hupl. -Dear Hir; I want to to you tlmt tbo HUB Btovo mit Suiiinior in iniioli niora sulitiiactiiry tlmn 1 Inul liopou for. do every kunl :if I'udkiiiK with it, Iiml tlio regularity of tlio liont KIVHB better lliiin nny other 1 Hlionlil not ilesiro to koup IUIIIHO without it. MI5S. t'UANK II. 'J' Htipt. -Hear Nir: I liuvo in iwo one oC yo "a h mutter ot mid comfort it IB nDBiirpnsHetl, and ia nil you 1 KIW oo nbout tha BHtue OB oil or ooal. Itwpeottully, MBS, WM, PLUCK. UMBRELLAS As Black is the only color by Fash- ion, the- whole choice lies in the Handles. We have an extremely well selected stock, und at Very Low Prices. We have them in Long and Jlandles, Silver sticks, Gold Caps, Crooks and Crosses. 24-inch Silk Silver Handle, S2.2r> 24-Inch Gold Cap, Diamond Frame, SI 24-luch Swiss Embroidered Flouncing and BABY CAPS, in great variety, at Low Prices. THOMSON H. T. Ujfiilvlc1, coul nir poor..... Kcplnr iV I'link, KOOilH for poor. Ilimhor ft 1'orpoor O. A.l.iHiioruniix, KOOilH for poor rt. A. Clarvcr, jfoodH for puor..... .lofjupli Ptitturaon, orilur ilrawn Bharp Sc. (Jhonowutli for poor Krocinuit llron. for poor M. iromlH for ,1. K llohnlck, voiil lor poor....... Wilson Itrou.KOOilH J'orpoor..... (leoru-n Korre, KOoiln for poor..... .1. K.IIIiiukhnrn, Kooiln for poor., I.Inn ,V Hm-utfKHi goodH II. Minltli.KooilH I'or poor...... A, J.Htoni'r, KiioilH I'or poor...... Jno. Oaimherly, Koodll tor poor. I., llurhor, KooilB for poor. M. A. Nlokoy, gooila I'fir poor..... Ashutiy I'loinliiK, oarc of llnrliiCo., K'loilH fur poor........ .1. Ii. Itniio for poor, (led. II. Uplllur, lor 8. A. (Jurvor. Kooilft for poor..... lOtl While, yooilw lor poor........ .lulin Wllllinna, KiioilH fin JO. A. BtovoMt llru., (foods for poor............................. (J, llarljor, KiioilK for poor...... (loo. K. for poor Mnililuu it Ilunlmr, KOOdH for poor llrailley HoiiBii. for poor. Win. YantiH. gooilH I'or poor...... S, CJ.Crowcll.uooilnfor poor..... V. M. Doliiiuy. Kooils for poor.... M. Kouhlor, Kuoilo for now m MorKim Orowoll, jrooilH for poor 7U III. t'unU'iil lloHpltal I'or Inminu, for IninatoH.......... W Mrn. Hitruh Wlicolvr, care of pdnpei-.......................... f A. II. Ililoy, inenlrt I'or poor...... IM 01 A. C. Miller, euruof pilllpor..... !S) UI .1. 11. Iliilliinl, oolllliB............. M. V. liouuriruii, Mml. All. poor., WI ml H. H. Wnllliuu, Moil All. poor..... a! afi ,1. I'1, Nilllel, Mini. Alt. poor 'if UU Kynor, Moil. All. poor... il .Ml W J. Olii'iiowt'tti, mc'il. Horvlci'H. fiOUroJecl a. Ii. SvlinulHuld, ini'il. il nl) H. It. Muy, mt'il, Bi-'i'VlooB........... HUH) A, L. CnllliiH, iiieil.snrvleoB...... 5 IHI lllll'HlnuVCiltto, iiiuil uurvliiUB Wni.TlionipHini, ineil. BurvlueH, 'M W llll-ILIII JollllBOII, ol'poor.................... 1'il Id I't'ler I'ln'l, hnryliiK piuiporH...... UI I'll V Coul Co., cotil I'or poor..... 'lrft K. il. Ariimtronir, wooil I'or noor. 7 ui W. H. Smith, HhlppliiK pHiipui'B. 'i Sliort, I'll re of poor........ t 00 K, K McMulli'M, onre of nick mi oil .liunuH W. Doivim, ofpunper. IHntft'H for poor HI II. Hinllh, KOOUH for lioor....... II liH I'1. II, Iliiulnniin Co., KOiiilB lor poor........................... 47 ;y, Konch (Iron., for poor...... IKI ,1. II. lluru -V Co., noiiilB for poor.. In 7fi Illukln llrlSBi r, euro of poor....... 4 mi llonry I'lyiiii, uooilfifor poor..... II fill 11. SUne., KontlH I'or poor......... Jill II. II. KimdB lor poor Hill 7fi Itnulley He HIIIIHII, uonl lor poor I 4.1 KeyDH for poor... fill IX) VonitK llroB. ,V Marifl, for poor............................ lit) John Frank, tfooils for poor....... Ifii 7'.i .1 llullk'lii >v Co., uoiil lor poor... H til HllundriiHH, unrcof piuipur........ IS IKI .lulin Hiilllchl 'V Co., BiipplluH for poor......................... con III. Innlllnte I'orileaf Hlld ilillnb, HUpjilli'B I'or II. K. Mny, KooilB I'or poor........ 1H7 110 ,1. K. Knee Co., Kooils tor poor.. (JolilnH'V (iooilinaii.tfooilB lor poor M U) H. I.yim, iiooiln for poor.......... Ill 80 111 I'.aHH'i-n llonplttil for liiBiine, cure of In mull B................ IS (W W. P. Koodo lor poor..... Tho I'oHowInK report of Ihn committed on naupci-B uml poor fiinn WHS udoptixl ou mo- lion of Mr. MoUluro: Your cnininltloi) would timher rcoommonil tlnil the clerk bo hiBlrniilLMj Iw relurii Bovoral lo the several olnlmanlH inenuoned tie' low thtit Ihcy nmy correct Btinie by BhilliiK on billB iinioiint unil price of artlolcg lurnlBheii BO lo ounforni with rule orders of Ilio hoanli KiiiBluek I d! CharlcB T. Kliicmle...................... 4U W) A. K. t'o...................... 1711 (IS .1. n. Krlu................................ 21 IK) A.Htctvlior Jt Won........................ II WI John HI M C. ninnuen.............................. '.M 76 Mary Addurly.......................... iw A. W. Wella .SuBon...................... 1 Meyer S Pluiner......................... II !t> It. S. llohon.............................. 4 W 1..M. (illl................................ HI M The committed on pauper? und poor 1'Hrm miuld Hie followlinr rdporl on Die bill of K. C. (-.uwton, unporlntemlent of Byo and Kar In- Urinary, which WHB adoptctl on mollon of Mr. Auuiri Your commlltoo, lo whom was roforrod Iho ivilhtn, IICK lea've to report Ihnt the Himimil, In correct, a' d recommend that an order be drawn for name. W, a. SMITH. W, H. Aourr. .1, W. HHOWN. K. H. WOKFETI. J. W, K. MoCLunr.. Committee. On motion of Mr. May, tho fallowing report win adopted: To Die board of supervisors: Vour committee on and poor liirm would report that we nave examined tho ac- company lay report of V. llurber, superintend- ent of the poor farm, compared vouchers and- tlnd the same correct and that there Is a ual mice In his hands of duo tbo counly. Koapeotfully submitted, W.8. SMITH. E. H. MornTT. W. H. Acurr. J. W. BBOWN, J. W. K.MoCi.rjHi. Committee. Hickory Point; Henry IllKhley, Konth Mneon; Molmnlcl, South Wlu'llllilinl; I. K.Ki'hl.ir, I'leiiBinil View: Caleb lloiliti'K, Krlt-ndH l'i.....Ii J. It. MkeiiH, Oukli'y; W. II. Wnllm-e, Ml (Jooper, jr., Win M. 1'litu'en, MIII-OII; Wu I'rltehi'tl, Nhinllei John V.lllrkB; llurrlslovvn: ,1. W. ItnrliB, Mine Mound; F. HiiNlier, K lliiyn, S. liiivln Miiy, Hi- ciilnr; IKIIIIC IVeper, Honth Mitcon, Mr. Miinee.ke moveil I Ini iidoptlon of the lowinir reBolntlonwhleh motion prevailed: lliu connly eli-rk du ordered to driiw onlei'h on the county treuBiirer fill vorof HID viirlmiBBiipervlnorii for Iheir lull' Htfo and iierdli'in lor the January uml Mtireli nieetlllKH of lite hourd UK provided hy luw, Mr.Acnll olleri'd the following; ri'Bohitlon anil moved Hi, iiodpllon, which mollon pn vallnd: Ji'imli'iil: Thut tin-llinnliB of Hie Hoard ol KnpervlBorH lie tenderitd lo our donoi'iiliii chiilrnnin lor tho many niini'liiMt'A extendei lo IIB Indivldnal niembei-K, uml I'or tin etnlnuntly lalrnnd ininiiu-r In which he IIIIB pt'i'Hldeil in'er Hie dellberullollB ol this noard (hiring Ilio ptiBt yeur. W, II, Ai nn I. U. MlllH, Siuliis Allorney, prenenled claim lo tho llonnl for lor money speni In tho reciiplure of II. II. llurrlB, the lorurr; which WIIB refori'eil loihe jnilli'liiry coin mill ee on mollon of Mr. Maneelte. Mr. A. II. MlllH appeured bi'lore Hie. Hourd umlllBkod tllllt ll (.Illll-Clllllll Deed heniudelix followB: Convey and Quit Claim lo Ahrmn U'.Conlilln, nil InteruBl In Ide follinvltiK deNi-rlheii Ken! KBlllte: l.ol Klvu In Hlouli one ill nl' l''rank Ifn PrlcBI'B of il und 7 In Iliouk of tin) Original Town, now Clly of Hec-uliir, dei-d IB made und uecepteil for the tnir, pimc ol corruutliiK- crroi'B In ll curliiln deed njecnlud by Biild Muton Connly liy I'lilllu WlllliiniB. HKi'iil, to JoBvph HleveiiH, diilei' Documhui' 7th, A. JHtl, und reeorded Ii Hook Aal 1'lllfl) UWof Die HecnrdB of the lie olllcc of Biiid County to l.ol il In itlock 'i of Biild original 1own: Kiild Loi r, o! wild Illoek 1 of Bald re-Biirvey, lielnit u purl ol 'lllr. Acnlf inovi'd ll'.al T. N. l.elivllt hi tllllhorlxed lo imiliii f.alil iked UB npiin due Inviwtlirallon, and njion the lion 01 Mr. Miineckcldal Mr. l.eiivltt execnli all lliu deeds to the preBenl iiwiivrmi......BS tocorrccl the erroi n ordel'eulB In Mildd.....I lij BUlil MniMlll Connly to Biild Joseph Wllll'h BllffKi'Mlon WUB ueeeplid liy Ml, Aenll und Iliii mollon previiileil. Oirniollon of Mr. MeClnri' the llmird ml join-lied nnlil one o'cloell I1. M AITKHKOilN T.ISIIIN 4TII IUV M Mil II I I KM MAIIl'll ir.tll, If-MI. Hoard mel pnrHininl toudli.nrniui in. Men) lioroall prfwiit exei-pi Men-nveuilii und HUN. Tuns. N. I.KAVIIT, rhuii imin, (inn. I' HAIIIIV, Clerk Jims II. Tliu Hourd proi'ueded lo ItiihineKH 'J'he Inilli'lary committee mude ihe loliou rcpori. Mr. Drown moved Iln adoption: mollon lout: VourCinnnilllei'oii .Inillchiry to wlnnn wan ri'l'iirred tin; iimlh'rcif ivhiiduri-liiK I H. MlllB 1'or dlnexpi'tiBeB In reeaplnrlnir II. H. Ihirrli'. a fn Kit I ve from Jiihtjeo, woulil report tlntl llie Iliinril IB lo pay lhln ehilin iSee II of KlIKltlVU Al't) we would tlli-relore recotiiinnnd Hit the Connly Cleik be ordered trinraw an order In favor of I. K.MlllKlnr t'ti Mi, Ihniniiiinnl Id'Kpdfifully Hiihinllli'il, 'K. Ii! MOKI-I.TT, J. W. III-TMAN, It. M. MACIM.S, JOHN Cimillllllee Mr. Mcl'lnre Un> Hoiinl iul- NEW, BRIGHT SPRING GOODS! RAPID STEIDBS, RAPID SALES, RAPID GROWTH oum Boys' Clothing Department lias made it necessary to double our former spare, stock and assortment. Wo, necil hardly mention thai THE LOWKST OK LOW IMIK'KS, CONSISTENT WITH TUB IIKillKST OK (Jl'ALITY will con- tinue !o he tlie leading feature. We extend cordial invitation to Ilie ladies of Deeiilur and vicinity, and everybody in search of ARTISTIC MADE HOYS' AND CHILDREN'S to our GRAND OPENING of SPRING STYLES, Wo, cim assure by far TIIM MOST WMI' yoii I I, A lid and tin III 'st. voniout rodin to show lilt WO llMVC 10ST ANI> ASSOK.T- niniil in Dccatur, most; 10111 JL JLJM The Leader in Men's, and Children's Clothing, (1KNTS' Actually Worth All We Ask for the Following Goods: FIFTY-SEVEN PIECES TABLE In Cream, Bleached and Unbleached, Assorted in Lots, with Napkins to On uiollnti Jonrnoil. (iKo. I'. clerk. My K SKKI.I.KV, lii'puly. Is Consumption Homl Uio followiiiK: Mr. (J. II. Mm-i-m. Newark, Ark., HIIJ'H: "Wim ilown willi of IjtiiiUH, niul fnemlH ninl plij-Hi- eiuns 1110 nn Gun- JJoKiin Inking KIDK'H New ]Jiscovory for am now on my third hottlo, mill iibln to OVITWO tint work on my farm, ft in llm fluent inudi- cinn cvor niiulu." JOBHU Miildlowart, Dcoatur, Oliio, wiyn it not IHHJII for pr. KJUK'H Discovury for CoiiBiiiiipUon I wonlil liavo Oieil of LUDK TronljU'H. WIIH up by doctors. Am now in bent, of heiiltli.' Try it. Saiiipln Iwltlo freo m. atoner'n Store. nO An Kye-Oponor. 100 Dozen NBtural WIHJ! (JnnU1 Un. derwoar, warnintod nil lino Merino wool, flniaked eontns, oofl textnro, miitiible for the most dolinnte wkin, just aouoivi'd ui b. Stino's. Wo offer tliceo Kaode lo tlie trade at the netonmhiiiK low prioe of for Undershirt and for drawers. di'.w Warranted Faec Black. 100 dozen Ladies' '2-tbrend, Bplicod heols Hoeo at 20c, tlie IMSBI vitltio sold. LINN ft HuiiufOH. _______________ Carpets, Wall Paper, Now IH tbr Ume to buy new otylec. Irameneo atoc'i and low prices at Alwl'a Cnrpet House. HBNBT BBOS. make the larReet IOATM ot home mode brood of any in the city, bread delivered promptly unywbere it a denred. ________________pov28-dlf BCGOIKH, Surreys, Waffoae, Road Cnrto and Farm Wwtons, for at HFKNORR LIBHAN Co. Feb 28-dftwtf____________ LADIM' Imported in HDO rtylee, at Lnro A TABLE DAMASKS. I'll- K I'ii- 1.r; Diiiiinuli, fil uml fill ini'lii'H wiiln, nHfci nyni'i; ninl Oreiiin 58 U) 
                            

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