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Trenton Sun. y, April 28, 1905 QET YOUR PHOTOS ii Taken and Finished accord- ineto the l,ateet Improved Methods at the  STUDIO OF q!t | Mrs, W, fl, SANDERS TON, It,k.. , .% i! Glanzner&apos;s it Furniture a,00d Undartaki00: Establishment. ii The Largest, Cheapest and B, est J line of FURNITURE in Clio-  ton County. EMBALMING [liD FUIIERL DIRECTOR. Ill this werk I am assisted by my son, J. W. Glanzner, who ls a Licensed Embalmer of Missouri and Illinois, and guarantee all work in this line. The only LiceImed Em- balmer in the city OOg'OT, Z,, :r,lgOOB XDZTGa Council Chamber, City Hall, Saturday Evening, April 22, 05 Special Meting. l'he Cou.ell convened at eight o'clock hls evening upon call of the Mayor, with Mayor Gee. E. Poos pre- siding and alderman Collignon, reer Hoehn and Stelnmet.z present 4. Ab- sent Truttman 1. The Mayor etateci tile meting hsd bees called to canvas the returns el the City election of April 18, 1.905. Moved by Hoehu seconded by Col- liaison that the Council resolve Itself Into a Committee of the Wltole to can- vas tile votes el ne late City Jlection which motion unanimously carried. I renton, Ill., April 22, 1.905. t'o the H,m. biayor and" Gounod City ot Trentl/n , Illinois. Y-ur Tommitteeot the Whole begs loavv to report tllat it has carefuily cat) vassed the Voes of tile City elec- iotJ held Tuesday, April 18, 1905 aud iittd that the Fell BucKs el the First Ward show tile folloWing results: Gee E Poo for Mayor received ...... .100 votes Joho A ' Wagener for Mayor recelv'd 37 votes M GillZel for ma3or received ........ 1 vote Rewtou Rule tor City Clerk received.. 65 VOteS CJas C McCarrolI " " .. 68 rotes A M Leonhatd tot" City Tress reeeivedll3 votes W S Loudeu lot City Attorney reeeivd 113 votes Chas Phlnler fOr Police Magistr'n. ree 40 votes Z "t' te t,$ek ..... 98 Votes I M Greer/or Alderman rec,ived ...... 109 votes W If Eisenmayerlor Alderman ree'd., lvote C L Remanu for Aid to fill vacau'y rec,l!2 votes IfTllt*ner, I Judges E W Giuzel';le its 3i Koentz. lectton Hy Steiner. h tin M Ginzel, let Ward. W T Corr. ) st $"d The poll books el the Second Ward showed tba following results: Gee E Foes ferjlayor recaived ......... 95 votes Johns A F Watcher for Meyer rec'd .... 17 "' Iewton Rule/or City Clerk received..76 " Chas C McCarroil .... 33 A M Leouhard foc t:lty Tress "' 77 W  Loud, n for City AStor. ey " 67 Chas P Junker for Police Magist, rec'd 4 " Z T ltemlck Ior Fetter Magmtrate reo57 " Homer S Greer for Alderman ren'd .... 68 Uhas Alblinger .... 26 Beuj Keuchi .... 2 Joseph Vollet, ) Judges of Conrad Zttzmann  Election Peter Hereln. } ud Ward. FredKurz, l!ie:k, ,f Arthur Wehrlc le'AI a" Herman Koch d  rd The Poll Books of the Third Ward showed the following results : m[ Gee EPoos for Mayor received .......... 82 votes ! John A F Wagener for Mayor received t9 vtes z.kJkJ.lLgJt J Newton Rule for City Clerk " 71 vetet Chaa C MeCarrol] for City Clerk " 29 votes : : EXQUISITE  A M Leonhard for City Treas " 79 VOtes W S Louden for City Attorney " 77 votes - " i Chas P Junker for Police Mug. " 51 votes Peter Rltzhelr .Eleetlon "t Fred Menzi, JSrd Ward. i [ll*"l] If yu intend ding any Pa]' [ lug see my complete lille t" Samples of All Grades il THEe. HUBER, Trenton, Ilint If you intend doing any Paper- ing see my complete line of Samples of All Grades and [ Prices. THEO. HUBER, Trenton, Illnois. D. B. BE0000EP-,, i4arness,Saddlery and .Supplies. e and ,ee my fine line u ggy, Team and Ex- s John JSehustcr, " Clerks of T J' Kasper. }Election Albert Hoehn, J3rd Ward. The Council as a Committee of the Whole to the Hen. Mayor and City Council : Your Committee woud respectfully" report that we have examined the re turns of the city electou held AprllA8, I90b. which shows the following results : HARNE.S, Lap Dusters, Fly Nets, .ddles, Bridles, Whips, and every- fhing to he found in a first-class Har- mless Shop. REPAIRING A SPECIA LT Y. : KURZi BUILDING, TRENTON, ILLINOIS. donn M00gulr e, lSUGS AND MEDICINES " SchoolBoos,Paluts, Oils, Per- fumerv and Toilet Articles. i Meat Market! I wish to announe----e-to the publte of I Trenton and vicinity that I havepur-] ', chased the Jahn & Brown Meat Mar- Let(the former Jos. Trenz shop on  i Apple street), and am now now pre- Pared to furnish the best of everything In toe line of Fresh and iSalted ! MEATS, Fish, Lard, .Sausage, Etc. - a"d.verythtng to, be found in a first- clare meat market. Would be pleased " to have you give me a call. H. F. 5chmiedes. TRENTON, ILLINOIS. I Dyspepsia Ou whsri Ire= eat, OFFICIAL PROCEJEDINCS I I,ETTER mO MR. A. T. TSCHUDY '  I Trenton, Illinois. " 0f tlZe 01Satan 0oatr llOttOf ItU[ Dear Sir: Porterhouse, so much; -- - 'nook, so qucla; all the way between. etW'llOll.  Jst eo with paint. Devoe leai-and- zins Is tile porterhouse Nobody The CIlnten County Board of Supervisors met at the Court House in the cPy or Carlyle, Tues- day. Apz'lith, A.D 190% all0 o'clock a_ m. The roll was called and the following mem- bers answered present, to-wit: Edw Bailey, Thee Beekmann. R P FarreI. Hy Hoff.Ohas W Kneler, G J Mutschler. J W Means Peter Mucilr,G H Santel, Samuel Sharp, H. J.C. Beckemeyer, Gaorge Johupeter, C. F Turner, aud Ant J Klutho, Chairman; B J Rensing, Clerk and Wm Hagen, Sheriff. The minutes of the March meeting were read and approred. Anti ,ow semen the Committee on Publia Im- provement and report as follows: To the Hen Chairman anti Members of the Clinton County Board of Supe, visors:-- The Commissioners of Highways of lrishtown township, N E ltaum. J T Harris and W M Knott, pveseut-d a pe,lrIoo to Aug J Klutho, Chairman ot the Clinton County Board of 8u. fPoerVisors, on October 7. :1904 lor courty aid I building t.o new stecl bridges, one acroes Netity creel and one at Pirnee creek on the public read leading from Carlyle to Keyesport. Said petition was referred to Committee o Ptlbtid lmprov.ment, The C,,mmlttee on Pub- lie.Improvement beg leave to reuor! that after exam:nlng tile records anti fll}dJng that said town of h'lshtowu was lawfully entitled to county aid and that two brides Were neded, notice was given forapublicletting te bg on O "to,mr 29th, 1(,I4, Or) October 29th. I904. your Committee met in joint meetln with Commt}- stoners of Highways of lrishtowu aud acon- (rant was let tot two uew s|ee] bridges, b"2 feet tong, I4 foot road way each. to the Missouri Bridve and free ('o. for the sum of $460, to be completed in ;)0days On April I$, t95, said bridg.s were c3mpleted,ready for travel. Your Committ,.e met In Joiut meeting with the Com- missionersofltighwaysof Irlsht0wo and ex. stained work on ssid bzidges and lound tile same Was (lone accordlu t plan and soeeifl. cation and brid .es were accepted by commit- j 'tee, Your committee reeonl,nend the payment [ ;,f $0, one half of $16!t. altd that the Couuty I Clerk be tnsructed to draw an order for 2301 on the COunty Treasury. payablo to the Mis. t ,Me sour, Bridge attd Iron Co. of St. L(m s,. ] Respectfully submitted this 25th day Ot April, 1905. G. It. Sautel, 1 Heery Heft, Com C F. Turner. On motiou the report Is adopted and the Clerk ordered to issue a county order to the Missouri B#idge end Iron Co for the qum of $230 i .a.pd nowcomes the Committee on PoOr Farm and Pauper Claims and present the" agreement of letting poor farm to Joseph Maehlmunn. which said agreement and bond was ordered filed in the Couuty Clerk's calico Now comes Chas W Kaeter. Supervisor of Irishtowu Township, and reports that he has emldoyed Dr G Y Herd as Township Physician ofsaid town forces year at 50 per year, also presents bcmd "lsal G Y Hold, which Is ap- proved and ordered recorded. Board adjourned to 2o'clock,, I Bold me,at 2o'clock pursuant to a'Journ- ment with all members present On motion a rising vote of thanks was ex- [ tended to Aug J glutho. Chairman for the past tWO years, far his efficient, ablc and Impartial cgnduct toward his fellow members during said time The following voting aye--Edward I Bailey, Johu T Hogan, G J Muttchler, George i Joh'npeter, B P Farrell, Jas W Means, Chas W Kneler Samuel'Sharp, H J C Beeaemeyer Peter Mueller, Henry Heft Theod Beehmann, G H t Santel antl.C F Turner I ] On motion the Board adjourned sine (tie. ] The new Board wascMled to order by B J Ken sing. Clerk. and on motion G H Santel was wants the neek; the between, some say, Is good enough for them. But Devoe costs less, not more, than between. Lead-in d-oil is between; it is the old fashion paint. Butzluehas comoln. Zinctougheus. hltelead. Devoo lead.and zinc Is tbepatnt taat wears twice as lout as lead-and-ell. Mr. John N. Deitel Fair Haven, N; Y., wrlles: "Mr. Charles Halleubeek, of this pla0e, painted his hnuse three years agn with Dovoo lead-and-zitc; nts falber Dainted at tile same time with lead-aud-oil "roday the s(nt'e Iiou.e looks as well as tlday it was pahtl- ed, while the ttttlr's h,)uso has all chalked o" and nods I,aioing very badly. Tile father says he will pai,,t witll Dryer t,ext lime." Y,lars truly. F W DEvo & Co. Now York a.(I L:liwan. P, .--.cW. T. Carr ells our paiut. Cheated Death ,_ Kid,ey tl(mb]e often ends fatally ut by choo,iB tl,e right medicine E. It. Wolfe of Bear Grove, Iowa clleated death t|e s:lvs: "Two years ago I had /idne.t" Trouble wiHcb caused mo great pa,n, sufl'ermg add tNtxiety , but I took EleetrieBitters, ffhieh efleeted a c.mplete cure. 1 have also f.m.d them ,)I grett benefit in ffoneral (ioblliv and ilerve tro.tble, attd koep thetn tlStrattt, l' on hall(l, 81|10o. aa-I mid taey have no equal.' Guaranieed, hOc at W T Carr OoRRETED EVERY THURSDAY. Wheat, per bushel ........... $ .95 Corn, per bushOl ............. 44 Oats, per bushel .............. 35 Flour, per ewt ................. 2 90 Corn Meal, per bushel ......... 80 Pollsters, per bushel...' ......... 30 Onions. per bushel ............ 1.00 Eggs per dozen .............. 15 Breakfast Bacon,per lb ...15 and .16 Oountry Lard, per Ib ........... 07M Hams, pr lb., sugar cured ..... I5 iHm o- rycured,per lb... .11 Country Bacon, psr l'b .......... 10 ShouldelS, per lb ............. I0' Butter,eouut ,per lb. 17, 20 and 25 B,ttter, creamery, per lb .35 Chickens Holm ................. ]" Chickens,C holce B rol I e,'s,per lb , .15 Old goes l. per lh ........... 05 Staggy Young Roosters per lb.. .05 turkeys, per 1o ............... ]4 Oeeso. spring per lb ......... 06 Ducks,per lb yo-.g ........ 1I. appointed temporary chairman, who appointed the foltowlng Committee on Credentials: Peter I o *  Mueller, {' F Turner and S J C Beckemeyer, I   And now comes the Commlttee on Crcden. [   rims and report the following: To the He Cha, rman and Members of Board, -- of 8Upcrvlsors-- [ For blaor-- We, the undersigned Committee on Cteden- ] Gee E POS received ........... lOqib 82 2.7 tials beg leave to eport thst we have exmin. | John A F Wagener received . 371i7 19 7 3 ad the credentials of Edw Baile, * Brookslde; M Gin,el received 1 John T Hogan. Meridian; G J Mutschler. East| For City Clelk-- ............. Pork: C H Redeker, Lake; John T Goldsmith, / Newton Rule received ........ 65 76 71 t 2121 Clement; James W Means, Carlyle; lteury Heft| ChasCMcCarroll re?elved ...... 6833'29 130 Germantown, and AugJ Klntho, Breese, and[ For City Treasurer-- "  b! ii] find each to hold certificate of election and| A M Leonhard received ........ 118177 79 have duly qualified. " 1 For City Attorney-- 1.167 Respectfully submitted, | W8 Louden rccelva ......... o 77 Peter Muellcr,  | For Police Magistrate-- } C F Turner, Com | l|Chas P Junker Jecelved ........ 40149 H J C Beokemeyet. ) / I|Z T Remick . " . ....... 98t57 4 Report adopted and parties named therein] For Alderman-- F M Greer received ............ 109 admitted to membership iu the County Board WF Elsenmayer received ...... 1 of 8upervlsoss C L Riemann to fill vacahey reef 112 A n J Klutho nominated Johu T Goldsmith Homer S Greet received ....... 68 Chas Alblinger ,, ........  for permanent chairman for the ensuing year. BenJ Kreuehi " . ....... 21 8 , Said nomination was seconded by Edw Ba{Icy. Joseph Zahn " ....... { On motion of Edw Bailey, seconded by John T Respectfully submitted, Hogan, John T Goldsmith was b, a rising vote Albert Hoebn,  unanimously elected F. M. Greer, 'It Committee The chairman appointed the follewing com- J. M Colllgnon,. - el the C. J. SteinmetzJr. Whole Moved by Hoehn secohded b5 Stein metz that the report of the Committee be aprovvd and that Gee E. Poos having received t,e majority of votes cast for Mayr, Newton Rule lea City Clerh A.M. Leonhard for City Treasurer, W. S. Louden for City At- torney, Z. T, Remick for Police Mag- istrate, F. M. Greor for Aldermau for the |ull erm, and C.L. Diemann for Alderman of the First Ward to fill vaeaucy, Homer 8. Greer for Alder- man oi the Seetnd Ward, attd Joseph Zahn for Alderman of tlt Third Ward they are herewith declared duly e[ecred to their respective offices as stated above, and alter duly qqal- trying are entitled .o serve ss such until their successors are elected and qualified. Voting -aye Collignou Greet, Hoehn. Steinmetz 4. Nay none. Ab- sent Truttman 1. Moved by Colliguou s,:, Hoehn to adjourn. Voting aye Coi- llgnon, Greer, Hoehn, Stelumetz 4. Absent Truttm an ). AdJourned.  Ge0. E. Poes, Mayor. Attest: Arthur Oohler, City Clerk. NIARRIACE UOENSES. &MI. ]L]gSIDIIOW Herman Kohlbreoher, 24..St. Julia Holtgrave, 2I... ..... HermanHoltgravel 27:.. St. Rose Helena you Hatten, 22 .... Thomas Clark, 58 .......... Boulder Lizzie Bl, 40 .......... Linta, Ind John R. Altom, 34 .......... Boulder Laura West Brooks 24 .... " Lambert Peters. 28 ........ Trenton Magdalena Streb, 20., ..... " Frank Streb. 24 ....... Trenton tmma Grawe, 23 .......... Bartelso Henry C. Freund, 34 ...... Hofftnan Caroline Brink, 23.... .... .. " John Rudplph Flsler, 28..8t. Louis Elizabeth Earl Tres 20.. Fred Rolfingsmeyer, 28 ...... Breese Annie Goewert, 18 .......... " f AU. Hertenstein,40. New Memphis I . LIIBe M. Peterr '27.. " *' mlttees : FiDanee--dw Ball,y. AJ Klutho. Hy Heft. Public Imprsvement,G n Santel, Chas W Kneicr James W Merits. GeneralClalmaJ G Mutschlcr. Peter Muel. lero C F Turner. ,Pauper Claims "srd Coonty Farm--Samuel Sharp; Theod Beekmann, J T Hogan Priuting and Statloaery--H J C Bsckemeyer, C H Redeker. Claims Due Ccunty--John T Hogan. H J C Beckemeyer, C H Redeker. Toe rules of the Board el the prevloos year were readopted. On motion the Board adjourned to the second Mnday In June. next. B ,, SENSING. JOHN T. GOLDSMITH, County Clerk. CBairman. Salt, pc," barrel.. ............ 1.25 Pigeon per dozen ............... 75 TJmotityhay, per Ion .... $11 to 15,o0 Clover Hay, per ton .... $8 t,, 13 00 HORSE SHOE PAINT.! II I I I I I J I III I I Linseed Oil, White Lead, p U RE t Color and Dryer, all i NOTHING ELSE. i ' --If others make the same laims ask for the [3roofs  C is Pure Palllt, Trns Paint, All Paint, nothing bu Paint and full measure. For Inside Work use @ M=00=00City rloor hint, Jap a-La will renew your make it look like new, i DROP IN and let us tell you all about Paints. . Brefe00d_ Hardw. Co. Our Bargain Oountor has a new line of lOc , Paint Brashes' " PROBATE COURT PROCEEDiNCS April 0tlL Estate of W H Curtin, deCd. Final settlement. (ertiflcate of publication of final settlemeot no- tice iMed aud approved. Report filed and continued for objections to Mon- day Muy 1, objections to be in writ- Final Settlement Notice. GAUOHLAN B0.," REAL ES rATE, I.N S URANCE and'OANS. RENT5 COLLECTED. Room No, o, EAST ST. LOUIS, Arcade Building, ILLINOIS. johnston & Beckemeyer, A RIUS K[NG.BUR Y ATTOfNY-AT-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC. Real P:state bought and sold. Collec- tions t'romptly .- tteuded T,,. Office--East ,ide t;,mrt House Square CARLYLE ILLINOIS EST,TE oP SUSAN BAUER. DECEASED. Notice ts hereby glveu that the undrslg0d Executor of the estate of Susan Bauer. d erased, Wet appear before the County Court Of Clinton County, aitt|ng for prnhate busines, oD MONDAY, MAY IST. 1905. for the purpose ot making a Final Settlement of la|d Estate, when and where all persons Inter- eared are bereny notified tO attend. Dated this the 28 day of March A D. L5. H. E, MOLLMANN, 81-3,05 Rxecutor. OhnmberlainCs Cough Remedy the tgeandMat PoP "Mothers buy it tor croupy child- ren, railroad men buy it tor severe cougits and elderly p,ple buy It for la grippe," sav Moore Bros., EIdon Iowa "We sell more of Chamberlaius Couh Re ,edy lhan any other kind. It seems Io have taken the lead over several other g ,od brands." There la it*) questto, but this medicine is the test that can he pr,,eured for C ,uffha and e,fd, whether it he a ch ld or an adult that Is alloLed. It alway 0:Ire* and cures quickly. Sold by  : " .T ,.', r er, also protest alffl counter petition filed by Mrs Emily Lietze for appoint- ment of F W Lietze as adtnintstrato. Hearing upon satd petition set for Monday, May 8th, 1905. The finest Jack in this part, ttestate, will mak the season of 1905 at the Livery rn ot B. F  ouden in Trent, . i Terms, $[0 t.) isure hve ot. Condition =t,ae as above. AprilI2. EstataofJohnC Becks-   o'     .   " c   , aeyer, dec'd Petition for letters of  "  administration filed and approved, u v} o .., . ,.,, ,  -_  . Ordered that letters of administaation   -'_O 0  "._ . "--" ur "  Ob "--4-'-- =:" " "'" " "  "-=" =  "=    = '  ..=    ,B, I __'-  O "3   $,ooo, filed and approved. Leo Krebs, .. "] .o 2 be issued to H C Beckemeyer.  o ,-;  [- Otto Rumpfand Aug Zinschlag are appointed appraisers. Inventory and O ..     -   "   , -  0    appraisement bill filed and approved.  " )  --   o   7   .  , .--  ., . >  *" - '-" ,* -o Ordered thatadmtnistrator be allow-      >,  f,q   =   - -- 0  0 wa " ed to sell personal property at public  <: - -    "    ' O )  = or private sale.  o ,, _ > .- d   = = =': = = April I7. EstatdofTheres|a Krebs, ) ) ua . .--, ,-- /'* -    =   W  '' L --' ofpubiieattbn of final settlement no- tice, also report, filed and approved. O "O v .  . 0 E " -" = = = o  = Executor discharged nd estate olos-  ,, 0 - -  LL    = .  ": z,  zel, dec'd. Final settlement, Report .':=  0 t.  = Z o00 -0"  gz  ; == eq--- .--  filed and approved. Administrator :> 1 ;>  UI O , -- ,-J ' -.= =. - , :  -Q "- discharged ahd estate closed. Xprl124. EstateofFrankleLletze, CUBA. THE FINE SPANISII JA(,K, decd. Petition fi;ed by Lena Gaith-