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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - January 2, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                it STERLING ILLINOIS JANUAKY BUSINESS An to gcM erewn ra tn gl oo IDIrt epporite T ow Rtufc Thtrt MMnlnv Cran SteriUif Attorneys at ATTORNEY AT I and Beira Ttlrd and LoaaM Illlnota Mannhan ATTORNEYS AT jt t and of Musts Walter ATTORNEY AT ow A ATTORN8Y8 AT LAW AND 80 uorrOKS IN Keefern Drag ATTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 UOtTOR IN orer Sterllag m AT ROTART FtJBLIO A Offleeotrt Sterling National Bains AT NOTARY TOBUO A jrjteTlOB OF THB flterttng attendad la to Mitt National Banks and The Sterling National KM ccrtfnl Attontioo irfvm totH fnMMi H OUSE PAPEB HANQBR AND Physloiana Anthony PHYSICIANS AND Offlcy and roomi 0 But Third til Second Office 1 to t to 8 m ORIPIOIAL 1C DI8BA8B8 A Onion Third Jane PHYSICIAN AND Academy pf Music Mt TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN 4X oraoa and residence second door north ol city 407 First PHYSICIAN SURGEON Ofltafovor Exchange Rock Ready Real Estate i Adam IN8U BANCB ARD COLLECTING Money Loaned oo Real and Peraonal Owe next doox to Starling National TU8TIOB OP THE COL IXmiOV AQBST NOTABT VIM Itunuanee in reliable U4 WttK TMfd ACTD BY Dnrlng Doaaldsons absence In PrFBAHK wiu fill w ikCocliran STOCKHt V y CIUCAQO it RAILWAY I Going Going Atlantic a Uetivcf Sterling feSS a00 Chicago Clinton 88 going wekt at j BDKtiS6TMi A QUINCY Oolng j Going 8 m Arrive from Kant Artlve ftara 79 35 m TT 41 Pamoger ieHflecM trains eartani wen on Clinton Branch wltltUi R at Bock Irlanil eaat and weetj wllh main line for Council and and for City khd j ILLINOIS i i aolnsr EVERYBODY KNOWS 5 MOSES DILLON Curries etockof Building SEWEE ii i In THE LEAUIM HOTOB la tbts city or county is thtt of TH8 WAT OS1 UDIES i Ind MiUifiers Novelti to be at rates cheaper r Umn t HEMEMBER THB LAOBl H Door Bait Eipss QOING AT PRJCE8 In order to mate room tor a stock ol OR THE IHEXT 15 OAYSI Bonnets and Millioefs IJovelties Mow your for loll and Bee our fancy ROSE lorner Thir4 Street and First 0s Clydft township has and the but they dont fo The country is full of sportsmen from the city are enjoying Twenty cases ofmnmpa are reportet from the McEirath school district in the carriers of the Daily Gazette took around beautiful New Years sou venire to their patrons hope the boys were well It is reported that thore were nearly forty persons sick at the village o of various Sat None howoverof a sertons na Are you people use steel pens every aware of thefact that there are only three Steel pens factories in the world These Glllot Perry and Estabrook Five thousand persons in this eni o the county are clamoring for a New Years gift that can be read every Week in the It Will cost you only a dollar and a half and you can get it at this and thus make one poor wayfaring soul Petersons dry goods store at Geneseo was robbed 6n Sunday night of two four and a large quantityof This is similar to the robbery of the New York store in this the week and was doubtless by the same A subscriber suggests to us that it would be a double paying scheme for somebody to start amllk route from here to Both companies would willingly put a milk thus milk could bo taken from here early each morning and cans could be returned at night This could be tried with very little cost to the and with a small outlay the company en gaging in It would stimulate the raising of buying of good bring a great deal ot ready money into the countryand create a new branch of L The difficulties that have existed in order of the Modern Woodmen of America for some months about by the allegations of fraud made by the Head McKin against the Head Rootrand The order has a strong lodge here in and we are informed ititis theintention to Jnyjtejboth iloot McKinnio to come here and address ihelodge on thedifferences ihat exist between at an early held in Hall for purpose of instituting here a lodge of the Pa itlotki Order Sons of If we are correctly informed this order is semibenevolent in its but the principal object is to prevent the occu pancy of offices by Amer ca for Americans appears to be the A lodge which was in stituted at Clinton a month now lumbers 160 and it is claimed y the promoters of the order that it is gdwing rapidly persons and things suggests that if everybody when hey have a photograph or a picture of any kind would put their name in years to come it would be of much more value than it would If a name is on it can be traced back to relatives or to irrtereated in A great of without the artists nay be Idly passed but the name Mraots and preserves After awWle Wpxpected oput of the person every likeness he s A rail case of Qroninijm occurred in this city Thursday Alot of accompanied by ssveral IsBjaU were mnpiug a hiina oar back forth the track the dia when a lad about vtx yeaip old or was thrown fraai ell against a oroea rend and ln4uriHg tf youtliskeartleaaly isft bat toe smaller pro ured a cart and hauled him then Crandall was called aadfouiid he injuries to be quite He wag insensible for a long Jhose oung men are ripening for aud Zo the magic was ast If you you were agreeably entertained for at least wo If you did not you nissed cue of the best performances of the Wad thaj was ever There on roftud of pleasantry after another from the time thecurtaia went ip until toe gorgeous transformation The twenery specially and the costumes were a good aM the ef ealoMsl calcium very comes again well all go State The thirtysixth annual ousting o tba convened at BprlBfftetd on Thurs day and was in session two Whiteside county had trat ofte solitary Snpt BsyHas of th Sterling The attendance and the interest The sub ject which attracted the most attention in both general and Section meet was the matter of compulsory Attorney General Hunt feac an excellent paper on the Principle in which the writer presto and urged its enforcement Dur Ing the discussion of thto subject jn th several it wasfound thatmqs of the educators favor compulsory edu but many of them regard th law now in force as and fa vor it only because it is a step in thi right direction and may lead to bette At sixteen weeks attendance at school each year is re eight of which must be consec There was one man howev who is opposed to the and that was Henry Raab of Belle but as this man has a political bee buzzing In his it is just pos sible that his opposition to sumptuary laws is based on the belief that such a proposition would be popular with the The Master Mechanic of the Wabash liy at some time since Is sued an order prohibiting the employ the shops of that ol boys or youths who had failed to pass through the sixth grada This course was heartily approved by the associa and a committee consisting of Barker and Frank appointed confer with the various railways and import ant manufactories of the and en deavor to secure like action in regard to this iOthor the meeting was a paper by Har ris of of Edu on the What Frcable has done for which was read in theprimarysectlonrDrrHarrissa the Kindergarten is a valuable auxili ary to the public when conduct ed and that the time is ap proaching when it will be made a part of our public educational In the County Superintendents sec tion the interest was active and the at tendance The adjourned Friday farmer living near Milledgeville says tlieTibg cholera has been all around that but his hogs have been free f remit He fiaslTwajrof his ownJn bringing up He lets themrun in a largefleldind never pens them up in small Johnston has no good English words emphatic enough to express his opin ion of these low lived fellows that go around the country gathering up the the carcasses of the hogs that have died from the They haul them to town to make soap By thus going over the country with their nasty dirty wagons they spread the hog di sease all r theFebruary arm ofCourt the ioard of supervisors are as follows H Albany Clyde Henry Coloma James Erie Ma Fenton John FU1 Albert Genesee Garden Plain Haw Hume Willis Hop clns Hahnaman John Jordan Albert Miletus Pleas ant Percy Montmorency ames Newton Ed ward Prophetstown Andrew J Braak and Sterling Lewis C Tampico Daniel Unipn Grove Klce having removed his caching room from the Academy of to Mahans music will be glad to receive pupils there in oFerto and Organ Where ij especially desired lessons at the residence of the Tuition for private lessons fifteen dollars for a term of ten half a term for one halfhour lawon week classes of three or four be ffmed If jott of jendoj ars a term top two hour loswtss a seven do wi A term for one tour teases Tuition f OK classes of fiol ars and fifty for two hour iea a doUoes a term fw At the low jate Q one dollar a may have the use of the muslo whicii f uniiahea them all the On TharsdftT mh at Ing Auditor of the was united in marriage with Mita Amanda daughter of Martin Pest The wedding occurred at the Congregation al and wea ttrictly Kaily lectured In Aniboy and the Jottrnul of that says spoke for two hours bat he held the attention of the au old and to the very ancl there was a universal feeling of fret that the subject could not be taken up again and more fully treated Pro fessor Kelly never tires his audience he is versatile aM fertllMttJiIMnetb ods of handling his and is also thoroughly His style was popular and but his treat ment of his subject was and disclosed deep research and thorough in a letter to the Tampico Tornado from gives an Item that is of interest to all old soldiers Building lots on Lookout Mountain were offered on two different days at No bids less than five hun dred dollars a lot would be Diaries d Calendar 1 School Supplies f1 By this people who have seen Lookout can judge of the price of real estate in that There seems to be no boom in real but the prices and building are and for legitimate It Is not what an Illinois Farmer would call a good farm ng coun try around Chattanooga the land is too uneven and stony yet people live here quite they do not have a severe or rigorous climate to contend The lot I am building on is on the side of Mission near the md has a slope of nearly seven feet in and then is not nearly as steep as some lots used for building The Orange Judd Farmer contains the following in regard to rapid husk A husking match against time took place recently on the farm of John near the busker being one of his hired John According to the Sun waaa wager of 8100 that ho could not husk 100 bushels in seven The corn was stacked in the 66 kills to the The busker opened husked every ear dropping the ears on the and bound and set up the bundles of husked AT CON ANTS TO MY Accept the compliments ol the and patronage the past My arrangeuiontslbr better facilities for ever It is a fact that my establishment nearer ears in the presence of Timer anda Macy completed 102 bush els in 6 seconds less than 6Jf which was at the rate of 100 bushels in 6 hours and minutes an average for the whole time of one bush 3 in three minutes and 49U This is atjhe a of ten 7 As the train got started up the Hud the young thing said to the bullet Beaded young man who had just led ler to the altar we shallsee the farmers at wont Very they be husking corn should so like see them husking Iva read a delicious poem about how do they husk If I thought you said you knew but I cant think n a poem rings in my Lets see how it It says hat one gentle morn in the balmy when the snow had melted farmer went forth with plough and drag to husk do they husk corn with a plough ana I guess what is a plow and drag Cant we nave one on ur sideboard for ornament when we go to housekeeping think bout it Youd better keep still The doctor said you werent to talk too much until your throat got The Congressional Record of Decem er contains a long list of persons joufirmed by the United States Senate n December and among hem the following postmasters Wil iam Elgin Thomas Oregon George Galena James Chicago Smith Cattle are dying by wholesale near from the result of mutty Fully 160 cattle have al ready and it is thing for a farmer to go into his fields and nnd one or more of his stock Tanners who have cattle nto cornfields are changing them back nto pastures as rapidly as Bo not forget the charming entertain ment to be giving by the noted Koss Thursday January 1 J Your Personal Takes must be paid t WoodrMff Taa the largest lot of trimmed and un trimmed Hata in Store or Pharmacy tbaif any in the innovation to cuf from ttmeliOEored bnt mf thns far has amply justified the wisdom of the his It WM iwrnew REAL ESTATE Bargains along the Street Car v Summit Place and Fine Stock Farm cheaper than wild Houses and Lota below cost of fK Several Farms in Whiteaide Nnmerons Houses in both Several Frnirand Gardens on both of Fine Improved Farms in Whitoeide Several Fine Farms in Kansas and Several Store Buildings in Sterling and Bock Stocks of Goods and Money to Loan in Large or Small COliVGY Is your iiaatiag ap order NOW If betake yourself to the only ratclass tailoring establishment in terling and leave your order for B suit f I employ none but the very and my stock of fafl tece goods Is the largest the nd embraces all the latest You are referred to any welldressed man in terling as to my ability to reader sat isfaction in quality and fit JACOB Real Estate containing near has lately Coramexca   

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