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Sterling Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1896, Sterling, Illinois VOLUME 15 ILLINOIS DECEMBER PAPETERlES FINE STATIONERY IN THE LATEST STYLES AND Plaii Ruled aid ruled A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TABLETS AND WRITING PAPER IN BULK AT rs I Es 21 3d Dress Owtag to several people mot betaff ta a position this JtL week to secure some of those DRE88 600D8 We have decided to continue the sale week to SATURDAY Hats Trimmed fm of for One WeeK All our trimmed stock at a If your wants are rjpt supplied you will do well to call on HfWINX West End Millinery opposite Randolph The Fall Suit Sale Has commenced at Mueller 8t Groves and will continue a long as people want the Big line of fall and winter fust re Suits made to order a Mueller AMD THE ENTIRE STOCKiOF MILLINERY Will t0 soU at Come early while there Is fine Alice GET YOUR HARD COAL AT He bandies the genuine KENTUCKY EGG SMOKELESS 1 Presi UME OFFICE ROCK FALLS AND STERLING Real Estate Now IB the time to buy and Residences at GREAT BAR Property Slowly Ad vancing in OUR TOWNSHIP HIGH OUR GOVERNMENT OUR ELECTRIC STREET These enterprises will advance property SOO Per Rem ember and do not delay this We represent only the best Companies LOANS always at a low RENTING Call and see us at IINBEBfAKER These Cold Nights A hotwater bottle placed near tbe foot of tbe bed is very They are made of pure rubber and will not and are very useful for Pains or Congestive GEORGE Order Your Fall Suit Early while oar assort ment of new and stylish goods is new stock of fall goods just Fine work We get out wedding suits on Jacob You The finest line of Fish ing Baseball Canes Oars and the largest and best line of 5 and loc cigars and more brands of Plug Tobacco than any the at the Store Around the Corner kept by 309 Locust 8tv Missed Persons subscribing lorthe ING GAZETTE and not receiving It Trill confer a favor by aotiljrhrg morning Grimes of tbe Firs while skating on the bayou above the water broke through the ice and sunk into the mud and water up to her Her cries brought assistance and she was soon CHICAGO Tho following report shows the movement of the Chicago Board of Trade Furnished by Hostrawser rear of The First National Dec Mesa Pork May 77 21HK 7 60 7 95 3 87 4 10 81 21 7 oe 7 57 7 87 3 87 4 85 4 05 204 18H 7 95 fl 80 3 87 4 10 3 72 12 OCLOCK CASH Wheat Red 90 92 75 77 2 H W 79 81 75 80 Corn 23 white 23 yellow 23 20 18J white 21 22 i ii ii u ii u ion ii ii u u Oats ii u 3 3 17 20 NORTHWESTERN Today Last Week Last Year 176 207 799 306 109 440 Cattle Sheep Leftover 000 hogs Open 5 to 10 Mixed 15 37 Heavy 35 Rough Light 40 Cattle Sheep CLOSING Hogs close easy and Light Mixed Heavy 95 35 Cattle choice close one load fancy sold Other catble close Sheep and lambs Lower show ers Wednesday fair and WEATHER Another warm wave advancing from extreme It is quite certain that navigation will not be closed for an other week or The old way of delivering messages by postboys compared with ttie modern tele illustrates the old tedious methods of breaking colds compared with their al most instantaneous curj by One Minute Cough Meyers Sterling Hard Soft 2 Oats Oats Clover per Timothy per tame per Best V V f V hand Spring Turkeys Old per 16 D18 25 I02 To rare all old to heal indolent to yoa need ply apply Balre ao ootdiog to IU augtaIika action Chambers loft today for De Elsie Gehr has returned home from a Dixon Dillon started last night on a business trip to Merithew ia suffering with a severe attack of Frank Meyers improv She has been quite ill for a Thomas Gait has gone to Kansas City to visit Patter Davy the carrier boy who has been sick so is improv Green has joined the clerical force at Curtis Bates for the holiday Williams has built a large ad dition to his barn in the First to use as a paint ice on the river is melting fast and in a few days at the rate it is going it will go First Methodist Epworth League will hold its annual election of officers young lady of Third avenue and a young man from Dixon will be mar ried on December Hartman was in town today for the first time since he was attacked with VanHorn Son have ob tained permission of the city to erect a toboggan slide in this Ladies Society of the Peoples church will be entertained by Oettinger tomorrow Strickler took the first prem ium for the best coop of Plymoth Rock chickens at the Dixon poultry little son of Jacob Book of Em erson and the son of Tillman Rutt of this city are quite ill with Wilkinson went to Dixon this morning and spent the day visiting her Frank Oppold and Stewart Kuhn returned to Chicago this morning to resume their duty as petit jurors in the federal Nash has received word from his and Nash of that they expect to start in a few days for Louisiana to spend the Sterling Law Classheld a good meeting last Judge Ward addressed the members on and conducted an informal examina Mason has been em ployed in Giddings jew elry He commenced his duties this rnorninjf and will remain during the Hermann was taken to the jail at Morrison on the train yes terday afternoon to board out his He will have to stay there twen ty There are now four inmates in the large attendance is desired this evening at the Congregational for the building committee have mat ters of importance to be acted upon and it is desired that all members should have a Raiuones Tony has just received a copy of a illustrated in from It is the LaTribuna from and one picture shows the audience of Bishop de Menelik with the the meeting of the order of the Eastern Star last night three new members were Miss Nora John and A symbolic floor mat has recently been laid lodge Election of officers will occur at the next two weeks young man named living northwest of was found last evening sitting in his buggy in the alley at the rpar of Frank Baers residence on Seventh The horse was tied to a wngou wheel when the officer got there and the man was in a befuddled state mentally on ac count of certain liquids he had swal He placed ia jaU and this morning was fined and costs by Magistrate Boaly eruptions oa the Chapped and quiet by DeWiUt Witch Hazel It protect article most f or And ii oarw X NUMBER YOU CANT without coal or wood to Buy the best at Coe Variants Hows That Every laundry doosnt do clo they Dont you suppose they could if they wonted to Honesty atid carefulness have as much to do with making a good laundry anything else We know this IB a Rood laundr and we arent to have anyone try u For satisfaction pura and come to STERLING STEAM j I U A nrir LAUNDRY AND BATH f Hoarhound and forty other kinds as well as the best grades of other Can supply you with anything you OVERS Call in If you want an osyster stew or square meal Brits your old traggy around and have it making it look like Work Then see our hand made buggies with long distance better than factory MANUFACTURER OF CARRIAGES AND A Carload Of Sleepif Ep Plot i JUST Try a and if it is not tbe best you have ever used it costs you noth We have three brands Cream of Minnesota per sack Apple Blossom MS Minnesota Chief Try the Celebrated Sleepy Health WANT TO MAKE MONEY PUSH BUSINESS BY AD VEETISING IN THE GA Reduced Rates for Christmas and New For above the will sell roundtrip tickets on December and January at one and lowest firstclass fare to any within a radios o 200 miles from selling limit o will bo For further information osl oa agents of
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