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Sterling Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1895, Sterling, Illinois VOLUME 14 DECEMBER 1895 YOU Those Elegant Toilet Cases THE IMMENSE LINE OF CELLULOID CUFF and HANDKERCHIEF and NECKTIE Together with the Finest Assortment of Ever brought to NUMBEK 232L Real Meyers EshlemaiTs Drug CALL AND SEE Real Estate Insurance HOUSE RENTING 12 to 15 fine FARM to at per Choice Investments 2O Fine 20 Fine Business and Residence ALSO ACRE OFFICE ROCK A few second hand Wood Heaters and several Hard 1 Coal Base Burners Base Ranges and Round Oak The Handsomest line of Stoves in the low in Pfice Hi TERSE TALES OF THE TOWN Bush Thieves thought John Peck SB he stared at the chawed up vacancy that remained in place of the lock on the Congregational church yesterday Thenheniihod into the church and looked for traces of No marks of crime desecrated the and all objects were in their accus tomed Thinking that the con science of the villain had failed him in the awful tolitude of the santuary and he had fled without profit when none Peck felt satisfied that nothing had been But the lock must be He hastened to a hardware store and bought a burglar stopper of wondrous one of the kind they sell by the This was securely glued and bolted and was left with the remark that the man who stole that lock would have to work to get Shortly afterwards Deacon dings cama up to the church with lock 1 under his He gazed In amazement at the glittering Japanned finish of 2 and then hastened back to his store After due search inquiry it was found that Miss Ella leader of the had requested Deacon Giddingsto get her a key to the He had complied i with her request andhad removed the look to fit a key to While he was the change of locks took f Affairs are still a little bit but Miss Richards holds the key to the after considerable difficulty in securing Well Ill said Absolutely Pure tB7ar Highest all ID T TT it j United MOW s the time to order STORM Measure the foil size of the opening and leave It Coe Telephone 8 We Are Glad Yon Like Our Waj po BOTAL BAKIHO POWDBB 106 Wall ALL THE TALK I What are y ou Smoking Sweeping Reductions In our CLOAK We jpropose to sell for Cash every CAPE and JACKET in the house if the follow ing prices will do it did you get It At the lit tic store around the cor ner kept by Feigiey Headquarters for all Fine To bacco and Sport Ing Goods and and Capes and Jackets 8 n f ti x The above includes all the latest styled 565 McGrath has returned home from for a short visit with hla Crosby went to Chicago this morning to transact business with the manufacturers of the Giddings moved their show cases back nearer the wall and they now have lots of room in the cen ter of the Lucy of is visiting the family of Jacob She expects to make her home in thii city received from Jasper Lefev er at states that his sister has improved a He expects to arrive home and Fremont Landia boarded the train east this morn ing amidst a shower of As before they will remain a few days viiiting friends in and after several days more spent in visiting Indiana will return CHICAGO The following report shows the movement on the Chicago Board of Trade Furnished by Hostrawser commission rear of The First National Bank r WeG want Thats our in buying grocer We deal only with firms who produce the best We order only the choicest of the There isnt an article in our store that wont please And weve everything you could wish in Luxuries Fruits and Vegetables 10VER The No Bhow eome into our store that are not right up to the mark and thurefore go cuwlwneM In buylne we hare an flue ln KKMKMB they are the and S4 oo ulck right In MOONEY Tic Shoo Foop DEMONSTRATION AT THE BEE HIVE IS NOW IN Call aod SM exhibit aod cup of collet and a The Oofflse Is made from Ke 1 Muidook Cos Grade Mocha and White Flour Coa White Jurtar Baking May Deo JiA Jun Hi May Jttn Deo MaV Deo Mess Pork May 00902J4 Deo 66B May 80 Jan Dec Short ribs May 32536 Jan 57480 36 John who is so serious ly rested better last night than for some DIppell left this morning for Freeport to take a position in the Stover Bicycle Johnsons oldest boy is sick at his home near being threatened with a leading citizen of was in the city today on business with Alderman the able city editor of the Morrison was in the city this looking after some business Underwood is now a special agent of his insurance with headquarters in He came to Sterling yesterday to visit his who are the guestg of his Harrys wife and child left a few days ago for California to spend the winter with her pay inspector at Mare Island Navy near this city and Mist Agnes Probst were married last eve The ceremony was performed by Magistrate and took place in the home the couple have prepared for over the central office of the WhitesideHarrison Telephone at the rear of Jacob Eiseles building Ed Is in the employ of the telephone construction and his wife has charge of the Smith found a pocket book today near the First National bank It and he brought it into Blossoms A few minutes later a lady Glassburn was who was evidently looking for and Smith told her of finding the She described it and received her giving the finder a re ward for his assistance in recovering her Some people would have kept the but the finder in this case was an honest wk S doing It better and dlfferentftt2 others or else yon wouldnt tefl yonr neighbors of the whltenSS of the too much but Just enough to make it We and By the U rou have not glren us a trial drop us a card and our w will call for your ing St John It Pays to Get the Best You will find that in the ROYAL at PHILIPS 8t CERTAINLY Everybody says we have tfce freshest and largest vari ety of Candy in the We are first to have the latest Remember there is bat one Candy others use our Bickfords Holiday Opening 7Mu EVERYTHING WE The Butter Is B Gilberts Separator Creamery Tue Mapie Syrup Is Tieid Murdock 4 Gos Pure Mnpie Mince are AT THE Car Wheat Corn Oata 166 Cattie Shjop Estimated car Cora Oats Hogs Hogs open Mixed Heavy Rough a Light Cattle slow but Hogs close qulot and Light Mixed Heavy cloaa slow barely Sheep and Umbs closa I am not giving away cheap bat do give CASH CUSTOMERS 10 per in cash from re gular price on each igant We have just opened up the largest and finest line of Neckwears ever shown in this Styles and Pat terns are Exteijsive Line of
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