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   Sterling Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1880, Sterling, Illinois                                3 JS I 1T I3j V i r f ti f f 1 M it i ill Kn ihriilirit lie 111 ip in Ilif to er ruisi y Hall tirrrt in lowi a am uliii theie hutirjlit two OUT Iiillmi it tlir of Music li In nary Tin proprie has lii the nliif nf Ir rviliU tor for lib aii iilfiidiics lit t it paint this in your in to Itiv Mi Tliui left for Friday the i iniiy in a il iiKikinp pripnra tioiis to for western to en jMue in Charles uf fiei o i Many i little a House to In order pas Vou to save liny all H mill I tu res everything lii Sin i liive tinlaiie anil ureatext variety in the iMticliH at the live anil ten cent counter f uiul give the imwt ever to a Denver Peebles is pai tnendiip iooil sale Forty feet ol the I dam went j securely saved liy buying good out Saturday All MiMune mills saved saved Much money try t Inp Miiifirt niippwlrr nily liy of tin New Y n iiibieiiptiun I with f iinni of Berjriia 11 pwro and fm elean It i liyjill odds the entertainment piv rn heie suire tho Sun Ifiii Slop a littk I want to in your ear yon can liny anything yon from i of inulea to n tin at Hulibimir and in coun you hear rue Vakin Suturday night wan more entertaining than Tho acadamy was well tiled with an appreciative The comical with tin local puns jnid jokes elicited continued Tho dramatic Association credit for their assistance in the K1 La ettc and then to New the evangelist who is preaching at the Church of will deliver a IwUiie FfH well this before the re mens Adams is an excellent and will have aonie excellent tilings to say to and hem a running temperance has twentytwo laivyera and a number of emliryoes laboring for the coveted A HhootiiiK match Jliursday and Fii day on top of llaimerchor Jln had to Tininercun th the river and the ice man inileth The of the HI six S nd at The iiir is it LIliin tin race foi 1 he ice is abniil t inches lliii and of PHM live pigeons at Muses forwhich the cash jirirrwill br 1 am apeiit ioi the ceiebrattil While SewiiiK rail at gallery and U ill civ sales in lite Leave tisdejs ul bis i til hi 111 sales nn Xcvv styles of imported shirting just received fmin Wilson Leave your the Kotk lalb restaurant man that wan lined and costs for Three new iiranson knitting ma chines for stale at less than wholesale Hock Dilluli A liuWtrs bought the 1atterson Mills in Hock and will connect it with the f and dersvear for xvotucii anti chililren offered daily at IJoli 11 iiiiau uill have his ex amination biInie JuMiee Ioiiday on eharne ol sellirK beer or liquor on Mirkle was tried by jury In fore or Mll mi Inei while drittnx WUROIS for itollais ami Cliiirrh Jatteison have moved floiu Which they have lor ten to Ihe known as the 1ovvell is another id thosi foi tiinutc iiieii who havtbien subscribers and nvel hack the lilst issue of llie The lietitcib artrare and be Idiiitii iilid The jxrtoi in all they udveithe to perloim o their woik jwrrfeirtly without 1injiitin liy ut many the sulijtif Of al Suitday tviiiiuKa Thtt JLiwiy Iw cuu at the BioadWiiy church toiiuriou t uf Hock was be fore Justice chaigcit b Milltr with Bellini bottitii Mifcldoli for asid Attoruty foi the Allei luiililig th evi lie The rtiihig ul tiiti iiiilt uc tnd Uili lllVlt IV lu H rncliTOUIH Cabin will bo played at the Academy of by Jay lUal next ee I Dick Ware has been in the city the j past He is woolens for ihihuielphia and iiavtrij a trade likes i Charley Foibert will in the city hiiinetime month with Comedy always dom a good Id will it A larjre iiinnlKT of from have arrived at KapiUs lo take the places of the atrikiiiK iiiin ers in Taylor Williaiait coal Stop drilling holen in Hilver Hxpreas Hail roads will not take beside there IB i tine of and Febriiisry thf ground hog came on his and with tears in his slowly wended his way his to remain for six John Miller and Winan Mickle were before Justice ur rested on a vraitant fur selling liiiiior to They were held ill bonds of to next term of John inllon will play Our next lit the UiUaii iu too well ktiowu to re any The lay ia tine mid hftH draw it crowds every f f tern and will ri i fo Uiirtv not fii I lot of with Xhc t he htncli of Chs Very HUfC1 this will be ioiitiiuHd wMi ITH evrjy Five jwrpons will unite with ths church Sunday tnoin insr nt the reiult of thf to Tlnui day eieniliR onir fin tra lint thn r AH 54jl tho gom nf oiv who nnd drfisini tun More nf bf hTft at It is an important matter 1i n and will wcll to lmk nt John who of Umpire took a ride with LmnkyR iionsc nisd htiRgy week ami not handling how just right it took a hint and throw him He was badly hurt but not A farmer miifit not fool with a prtHcheis VVilBon muovnl of millinery goods to Hie store iriniily occupied by cant of j The store is neatly tied up and well nnd lBon is ready to uiet n crowd of Friday Boos your Chimney fail to draw If try our Pat ent Chiratioy Extension and ou will avo rouble no more rhedniK and book store of Stauf was short lived in The lease of the room has been sold toGuld umith of who will soon open a clothing The drugs are reported sold to u who gixa west with The books arid notions are left for Khnbro to take unless he can hold Stauffer to the contract he and which thinks Sterlitg Scisnlific met at tlm Christian Association rooms to in Ait isti IhJil ptiiiiins to Us u will to t will altiiid tothtj n ipinaf liu IM t in t titiii a tifiJ of bt t up Thuibdity ticii uiid oue iUiiiiK linving luilti uii iiiJii ihiiii ten btHk one spjn u or biiia iju UiU undci u Frank JSuHsler hjbd his trial fordriv ing more than M headof cattle over ttiK bridge at tiujri Imfore MitiiKaitTuesday The jury him as it WHS leaily he tried to will pay out ten thouaaud dolltua vyhen they pay theii huiais this That is the iwity ihinxs are made lively iu the Tbe baa done a good deal of and scattered gieat deal of ey Meetings hsivij betii lukl in thfc of tue Iosigregal Chuich evrry ou thf Vieik With liUUiljtTa uud A havtt brcuiiiti fully iluii will be U lurcttiigul VoUJig Ciiiis tUiiis iliid otheru itileHBUd U be at oclock this lu tht wttk ou Monday ial 7v under charge of fan a stiiuiou by the under of oolctis of Scbuol Thurs clawge ol owe ui liis last Monday and adopted the new Constitution and ByLaws ander their new a number of the parties interested in the were Another meeting will IKS held at the name next Monday for the election of oflicera and All are cordially invitwl to it la hoped therewill be a large The county agricultural have engaged Misa Nellie Thurtitoxi to make a at the fair in next Misa Thuniton ia a lady twentyone years and film bun made nearly three hundred She is the only lady balloonist in the United and the must successful balloon ist now She will make an aa eentiion at and in thiH city Miss Thuratou is engaged at greater expense than any balloonist thathas ever been in the the society wishing to sustain their promises in regard to IKtvid thia civil well known to old residents f the and John late are about publiahing A new iiud i of It will be in and size about like the old map published iu but revised to with itll the all residences out slide of villag er and ditlon to the stittisticit coiuiuon to it will contain a record of every enlisted from thia county in 11 linoia with Com pauy aiul new and desirable feature They uiako thorough cAiivass of the county for orders and if suttkient encourageuieti1 will get out the map aa sooi Thu uudfitKking coult be in Their proa loo latti for this weeks issue but will appear in our The iAzifiTK baa told the iiist three wetrka than ever knew i before that there was a man Mack publishing a jjaper called the As he has not attempted t tlit thit hi which pubUbhad iu the shoWtt that btJclused to Uliik a bid he ctjuld at th lit the wtiiiiVe to HiiJ OU lliiit We WtJib t itll oaly this that titi Bays a 111 Oil tiiXfO lit lot ai lioie titoiy ij that the Board wd loir for A bt4 uiitS Sluik Atlas lite jul ia Is I MMik brfVt lutuuid da wof K aiii aisvws bid Us At ARTSTSM4 I Anthony will continue teaching locution Saturday afternoon in the usitiMs ANjrare chance is of rrd for tlntse that wish to study elo Those interested are invited attend tiist lesson this Saturday af Macomber has moved back into ia old stand with his Brother facomber aa They havo a cw Block a full line of Glass ware and which they ofTerto he public at llottoni Thanking Id customers for past hope iy fair tho beat of goods and oiv prices to still have a portion of heir Hubbard taken the Weir xirnpanys goods and propose to sell The goods are well known HB he best of their The cultivator xcels all others in the number in use which is a good recommendation of The KUrring plow is tho lightest and the most certain in scouring of any nnd 1opular In ThP mwi AHHUAL Laiiea Osrsei BU Holo logrthcr wtlh Clmractpr Corame llmoulj rqunl of Hmllh lo the cotmlry Inrlodlng u the market and their aulky plow is away beyond any The way to uarn of them io to read tfen sdverUse uent and then the The Standard of this voek says of the uhscription for the relief of the suSer ra in that it was not responded ur The Irishmen of tbe ity desire it to be understood that they 10 not endorse the as IB seen y the statement of OCallagbau in another part of this They are much pleased with the amount Having got Into tfae habit of slurring our citizens the Standard low does the thing by From the Kansas City Mail Times we learn the particulars of the death Jamefl formerly of this an follows He was riding be tween Wesiport and Kansas Sun and vtSs thrown from the striking on his head and He was unconscious from the time he struck the McAdatuizttd road till he nearly four days No murks or bruises could found hia ody and it is thought the spitiiil cord was injured thus causing his re jkortu here 11 regard to the luaniifr of his death which weiorrect by this AEE I at tr Shrink f lo TnJn fully ih To hr rtjiiiil f tllll lo Hit hrst fiw i To tho infferar from that o Uhf Tbe Army brings glad tldlnga of imraMllsto relief Im rapid AOABEM1T OF i Of Harriet llgioiu and u origin and performed orer one Units under the try a fow npplteatloai hsvorurrd In every nalma mers neflonn alUj eslftblUbed WKAale in each coco It rellevum tbe patn tilmoct in Tbe follotrtog an few of Uio many have received In prates ot tba Eogilsh Army from well ten own wtio Love recently used It Having httJ lo teat Hie mertU of your tn at the racwt pilnrul and olxllnate tliBleToi UDilor uiy and flcdlng U tbe oo ly remedy which relieved UmsuOVrlDguf the 1 reeanimend U to eriy ODeta of relief from My wife had rheumatism In ber kcee co bad could not bond few uppUeaUonaoJ your Kogllih Army eaUrely enro I also It Rtii It cured tho rhflutu llim In my JAMEft hrntnl In In fnurjX In city mcch laapartaiaea cannot tM ttd to the fact thctBltboogh tbe fol lowing oT prtMxr oar Md fonoanoe U absolutely the Vcsir iicar oa TRBUOAUT S5 THa Extim tet Estcrred Ooollttles New AFTER JANUAltY WILL be prepared to attend to the bailnraa of In city at ciiort no llLiiaEil reiiHotd Hat lirartlim tay of ray old TO TRADE VELL IMPROVED Bad located firojxny to Third bring ing B rental uf over B hundred B for an Improved No objection to paying part at assuuilntt u Ol FOR TUE PURPOSE OF BETTL lug up last I brnobj noil ty All litdebtiui tu tbjit Uie lul of UDtettled oecountA will be plmeJ lu tilt1 hnadt uf an iituirney for rvil FilANH DANIKL A ETOIINEY AT W up over Iba old Uprrlal ttttenllua gven lo Cua Kureclnaurea and kit uiKttera with Heal I bad Uie lUieamatlun tn lay foot tide iu I waa not able to to tor iteveral I got a bottle at Etaeiiah Array coe entirely cored I EUBored with libausnaUwa mod foutul aothlug two of EnglUn Army Liniment cured It ftlto bealed B child who wu badly JOHN In B Severn mltask of HbeumaUma Uct ID tool and I uaed tbo Bat Army Immediate I cbesrrully recocaKieaJ II to any oae Buffortns from this HAMBOM Jobu Deem oatfsrett for three ntxbta wltb tooUi ftctta In Uuj mUiutea Usr be had npplled Ihe EDglisSi Army Jtil Any 099 with lUieunatUzn or B well ing end or cboald try bottle of the Eugllth Army tt only eotta SO Good tar auua or Bold try If 118 120 Locustft the Largest Line of Caking shown sold at the and BT 00 PAUINiCIWHIP JL eiUiliig Lctwrru der tbe nrxa name uf Ilia Hlcrllng inching SJid U tbU day dluotvrd by inulual Kllbcr party U due Ibe and collect wtll tw U WAIT FOR THE MAMMOTH EMTIBK NEW 8TOOK OF For Boy Which wiii ba hera from Hach 1st to fuid to ba Sold Strictly at ii plain tigures on every a Wafrarttcd viii at tita Lowest Living y ST la f S M V MT D A V GO D S M 1 1 H take pleasure in the of our friends to the fact of our agettta for the sale of the goods made by Weir The of which more are made uftd sold any needt no Jt is unappraaeha bte merit and fills every regairsTitent ofti per feet The Weis embraces the three strong point a of plow IiightneM of Ctertmiiaty of Scourtog ONE CLOTHING AMD HAT and capacity to points long sought after atid only mccumpliihed by the Weir Plow But of nutcess by thia is their justly celtbwtted SlJUttir IU ftv ularity in without a parallel the history Being the of praoticttl farmer and inventive everwliltn to the demands of the it jpreemiwstMy all thane which the ftrtictical furtnaur a perfect Of all irnn and tttvl uu cwttplitttttett and rtadify atijutted to mark by tt Gumbi na tion Jt its work in superior requir ing be handled by any buy ca tu OpSii it tt ny other of controlling the Jt cut of itn if inure than combined lle jthall be to show this sulky detail at placing it entirely on that an gatiun will induce a punhase which ttluttya to UL   

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