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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - October 29, 1885, Sterling, Illinois Hard Third or Soft STAPLE Arithmetic says the Aurora Ex trill have to revise their par that pertaining to One quire now contains sheets in stead of twenty four as under the old and consequently a ream has an even 500 sheets instead of principal deal ers of Chicago now have all their papers put up 600 sheets to the last The new firm will contin ue the business at the old stand and hope for a liberal share ofthe public patron On and after Monday of Burchetl will put the entire remain DILLONS Booths Black Moan mental and All Other Leading Brands i of Canned HAS THE Largest and Best Selected of Tobaccos and Smokers Supplies Highest Market Price Paid for Butter and Dried and Smoked Meats of All Goods Delivered Promptly The from the DeKalb will do to pass It applies to one town as well as Every lecture or concert that Is given In a city like this and is a success leaves the place better than It was leaves it more appreciative of a high and it is the simple social of every good citizen to courage such By the the Library Lecture Course will he opened by the Bisters in the Opera of Wednesday November i A Narrow Raiding The Jordan Reading Circle was well at tended last Thursday evening at The programme was an Inter IN STERLING LOCUST FOR MUSICAL Tor POPULAR I GO TO TO ALL FARTS OF THE Crockery and A Large Good Assortment and Low Lustre Band China Just as Good Coif ee as can in Sterling and as We Seep Church Pattersons Star and all the Popular Home Brands of uce held at Thursday evening of this Williams had a narrow escape from being badly hurt a few days An iron used for splitting flew from the and struck him in the face cutting his lip badly and inflicting other John has sold his pacer to a party in He is now breaking a colt purchased of of Sterling spent last pun day in Jordan visiting Miss Jessie who has been Ing in Jordan for some past returned to her home In lust Tues J Hughes last week sold n fine year ling thoroughbred bull to Adam of The East Jordan Church is being re i McPherson sports a new top JERRY School Organs HEADQUARTERS and FLORIDA tor email cottages and largo public JACOB The Leading Whiteside County Has oa hand the Largest and Beet Line of r it j i n Fall and Winter Suiti Ever brought to to which constant additions are being A com plete assortment o the newest styles of CHECKS PRICES TO SUIT THE And as low as consistent with of ing portion ot hia stock on the and sell at until the last article is This is a closing out and Ing up of his mercantile to his continued 111 Cooke Besse and Lute Matthews are each perambulating our streets with and put In some tail A bane step ped on Cooks and Lute In trying to fell w bruising his legs and head consider v Helen a daughter of of arrived here last week to Visit Deans brother from who has been here several weeks has returned and of were thq guests of last Tbe Independent has again made its under tbe tutorship of Patrick of Y v who has been at Paw Paw and Morris for the past four months returned home last Our farmers have commenced gather Ing their The Chicago Concert Company Musical exhibition here on Wednesday last week par but did not succeed enough names to justify In forming a class family left hero last for which place they will make a permanent the affable and accomplished will ship his car by rail to on Monday of this His here has been ofthe very best and gives universal We are extremely sorry to have but take in recommending him to the citizens ot Woodhull and as a first class one thoroughly master of his art In every and by the Farley is a genial whole souled and is politically Mike received a telegram from Rush ford his wife Is very low aud to pome She is In ill health and thought u trip east might be beneficial lo f who had poor health for a number of years died on the In the year of his He had been almost wholly confined to the house during the past six and the lust month confined to his bed and almost Neuralgia and other kindred diseases The Jury in the case of Smith Brest last found a verdict for the plaintiff fn the turn of This the result of the third When the fourth will we have not yet Han and who went through DeBeys store In Fulton last and also Messrs and who did towns hardware store and Na than Greens residence all plead guilty a bold Were brought into but the evidences that they were surrounded were so appar after looking over the States Attorney and his cloud of they gave Now let the Judge give them the full benefit of the These cases enable States Attorney Sta ger to score one more tally on the record he is making as the most artistic tor in the It is the tat d Tig F How the Hog Cholera Welli how are your hogs was asked a farmer from the south part of the I understand youve been troubled with the was the But Its all abated I havent a single sick hog Youre in luck what cured them Theyre all ford SlerlIng STANDARD informs us New Hampshire has a compulsory with school age between Sand 15 the residence or the Rock Wednesday by ot to Mine Jennie of Rock of the brides and Godfrey Joss to Miss Emma Optical Silrer And all goods found in a Constantly on Big NEW STOCK 0 FINE LINES OF Plush require J L 1 with w auto g The Temperance meeting last Sunday evening was unusually both as to speeches and The funeral services of Good rich were held at his residence lust The sermon was preached by of the 12 Many were prevented from attending by the bad In defiance of law and decency and against the wishes of majority of our another of those cess pools of in bus mndo Us appearance In our Why does not lire rain down from heaven and destroy its it did the wick ed civics of Sodan and I do not think the citizens of will tolerate the nuisance Our station James left last week for to accept a more desirable 7 Considerable malarial fever is prevail ing Among the are Mrs Perkins and Jeremiah Sprank James Swan has gone to to look after business interests Edwin Goodrich home on ac count of the death of hia has been living on goose for several He claims the bird weighed eighteen Big School Death of an Aged Benona Bensons large hay io hay and straw is completed and Benson commence pressing about the first of next The County Sunday School will meet at be church on Monday and continue Tuesday and All are cordially Invited to attend as be meetings of the association will be instructive and Ample preparations have beet by committee appointed by the respective churches to accommodate with board and lodging all who may at tend from A snow squall on the n white frost freezing be crust of ground on the aist is the kind of weather we two but now all is And beautiful balmy weather is the order of the and child have gone to to join her husband who U In the drug and the inten Uon Is to permanently locate in that to himself and family many A bout ten years ago he camo here chased a The funeral services were held at the church the next day af ter Norton ted the services and he remains were in in John aged 40 4 and 9 days his home iii aged residence In Land GeoK Carter to K W to W O Hitchcock to Sarah II The Japan Tea Syndicate controls the patent for curing Teas by 1 V They control the Perfection All who Iry them concede the supt of PURE cured under tha PATENTED and put up in the PERFECTION to any other Tens J the rf The Japan Tea Syndicate not to sanction the curing of Teas the except t has gone to Ar o visit her G rover for a few The straw of the Lyons paper mill company baa ceased operations and heir manager bas returned UM been absent a Dumber of weeks at and places home by jter aon T k sold out hie interest la the grocery department of his store to Oar Correspondent Defends Town with Surprise Dickey and Dilsworth have each placed a cement floor in their cellars OBrien being the which is sufficient to insure a good Anyone wishing a job of the kind will do well to procure the services of Theodore Moats our efficient mull car rier Intends making his home nearer tlie Post and with his brother utilize a part of Cook sustained quite a fright from the lodgment of a bone in her throat while enjoying her dinner last Brank was called Monday nnd found the esophagus irritated and but no other signs of the Dow Angell returned home from Ster ling last where be had been to have an operation performed on which has been troubling him for a We trust to recover from the which to trouble the some to understand as well as him is having his barn re paired with new sills and George Feltus has returned from where he has been spending some time with bis brother at George be bad a Harriet E Hitchcock to W John F lo Samuel M Hamnel M Fry to Mary L Wm Taylor to John 8 John D Tracy to Sophie J L Peugh to I A Ends to Wm C W to Fred 0 Morrison McCoy to David L C Reynolds to A F Wllcox to Barthold Chalk John to C H to M M Thrifty to Ju to Minnie Rock Lucy Forman to E R AR to John A R to J L Adam Wallace to Robert J 8 Harrison to Fenton C E Fog to Venal J to D D D D Dickey to Isabella M The Well known Grocery Tumbleson to Over directly from the best qualities of find just now they are making n SPECIALTY of supplying the public with good v Lovera of a good cup of and good judges of the they never before had as good Tea as now Administrators j Estate of ELIJAH E HAVING BEEN AP pointed of the estate of Elijah late of the County of and State of hereby gives notice that she will appear before the county court ol White side at tlie county court room In at the November ou Ibi Sd Monday In No which time all persons claims said estate are notified to attend for the purpose of having the adjust All persons indebted to said estate an ed to make Immediate payment to the Dated this day of DEALERS IK SALE Of There will be sold at the residence of C town on s WON NOVEMBER Commencing 9 oclock Our pulpit was very acceptably filled last Sunday by of we have no resident here we are always glad to any who can favor us with a VTe Fife is something of another vine formerly of but re moved to Chicago who publicly announ ced from his pulpit a few weeks he had been called to Como to preach a paupers funeral and it was the most godforsaken looking congregation be ever We beg leave to Inform as wish to know that was a freeholder aud an honest man and refer to any inhabitant of the And as for the latter port of his statement we would refer to any one who ever In tbe of a part ot his hearers are a to prove that this Is no any other of its We be that tbe congregation were as dls with his ranting oration lt was not a sermon aa he with their If I cannot write anything but what is dU I will not write but in this tUink the disgrace a anywhere but iq Walter WM pleasantly surprised in bis bachelor home one night last week by i of school spent very t and took follows registered Ball nearly no I bull or nearly two Stars in caU by a bull j W high grade heifer These cattle selected from tha bust dairy herds in fiew Vorl and have tbe appearance of full a member of the Chenango Valley Breeding be present and the Walter and Si Staple and LOCUST STREET Ml AND STEAM TWQ east of the First Third Cnnn D Mf
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