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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - January 16, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                VOL ryRlrtAIi glwl oa third opmtStffl Dm 8tek oo Thlra tdjoblaf at ATTORNEY AT toomt tnd Thlrt Manahan e Wwrdt ATTORNBtS AT T ud Aauleoi of Walter Stageft ATTORNEY AT Qffleo OTCT A Jft ATTORNHY8 AT LAW AND 80 UOITOH8 JH Offloe ant Drag BUullof ATTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 LIC1TOR IK OttoOTttrBlCTlIng ATTORNEY AND OOUN8KLOR AT NOTARY PtTBUO OflJoeorw Sterling NtUraul ia ATTORNEY AT L A NOT ARY TOBllO A ttTOTlOft 0V THS BUsUat J UL OolledlOM tUmiM to f I I II Ill I I I I I Banks and Sterling National Bank rLBNERAL i VA ftoBpt u4 CMTW to til JE TTOUSE JLJU HANQKR AHD Shop to tefto Jhnt Phyeloiana A C PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS IB Anthony cornot SUM tmw MB oartfe itnety A HOMEOPATHIC Offlco ud 10 But Third Becond Office to 1 tot to 6 1C DI8BA8K8 A Union Third UL Jane PFTYSIOUN AND Academy of Mntto Jtfr HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 4 Offloe and residence second door north of city 407 first TTOMEOPATHlopHySICIAN A A SURGEON Offlco Bxebsnge Rock Ready Heal Estate 80 Adam r BAJ30S AMD CSOLLEOTINO 1 Tjpunftfl on R4Jtl ud dftMnot ta Stirling NtHoMl fUSTlOE OP TUB COL JJtOTIOS AGUBJT NOTARY fin in rcUabla THE HUBBARD BY During WonaltUons absence la flllall Frank Godiran CJTt OS YOUHG ELIZABETH Quintette See what T hDmaa of her In another OY8T6R An Supper be firm the Empire Friday even to which all Are cordially RESERVE SEAT BALE For the Mendelssohn Quintette Club will be open to the public Saturday morning at fl at Mahana music oniy 60 A Good Uf Arctics jmdwafnv winter goods on which you can buy cheaper than anywhere considering This No We have the finest drug store in Whlteslde MLLEB Highest market price paid for Grain and Hides at Dillons STERLING COMRKCTltD JtVItnV TlrVnBDAY f 18 us 2 NMWO Oftta 1MJ17 Kye 40 260140 LlVK V 100 Cuttle a Bhfep live Chickens FARM 9 v Morris Kun CO 800 J M 1 00 RAILWAY TIME THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going Bait Going WoaL Atlantic Denver Li ml led Overland HtcrllDg Omaha BxproM Clinton B5 going weat at 7BO BUKLINGTON t QUINCI Uoing 80 4i Arrive from Oolag B 9 Arrive from 19 TT 41 Pamenger 88 with tralna eaat and weat on Clinton Branch with 4 R at Rock If land rnnt and west with main line for polntR Council and aud for Kanaaa City and ILLINOIS CENTRAL doing Going II5 Paaaunger L PaMungor EVERYBODY KNOWS MOSES DILLON Carries the principal stock Of LUMBER Building SEWEH DRAIN In PAID KOU n AT BEDROCK PRICES In to make room to a stock ol FOB THE NEXT 15 DAYS SELL Bonnets and Milliners Wties Begardleag oi Now U four chance lor CM and our Fancy ROSE Corner Third Street and first RUBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any kiad to JAPANESE Lanterns and in my at Real Estate For Silk 8ifk anA Kmbroidd Life for JANUARY Installing meeting of Will Robinson when the old officers stepped down from their cnshioned chairs and the new ones stepped Ah order was read from the State Commander gay ing that the State Encampment this year will be held March 18 and at Comrade Dillon read a letter from Dakota saying that the car load of supplies sent f rood here to the sufferers there had been received and nearly all The Post tin anlmously passed a vote thanks in favor of the for nobly and lovingly responding to every call of need and for their cheerful aid rendered to the Post at all times and under all and especially can this be said of their Past Commander was to be the installing but ow ing to his mall duties and the time his train gets he couldnt be present in and Past Kiles waa pressed into the service for the Commander Har and Quartermaster were made to stand up In a row and say they had been good boys during the past and that they would always or never do so and then the newly elected as Senior as Junior John and Offi cer of the Phil were stood up like a rowof nine and a promise extorted from them that dur ing the coming year they would be the best little boys you overdid out any doubt or The Grover pastor of the Fourth Street church was In stalled as While all this was taking place the Commander Alfred was getting his courage up for his trying When his time he marched out as boldly as a sheep to the and his knees did not wobble in the The instal ling officer told him what is and the new Commander shouldered the re and took hold of the helm of the vessel like an old He selec ted as his beat right hand and he in selected the war scared Richard to be his Sergeant Quarter master selected Brown as his Quartermaster and now the comrades of Will Post of this city can congratulate themselves that they are7under such and handsome officers for the coming All the new officers elect made nice little eloquent in which they mean to say that their bosoms swelled with gratitude for this glorious chance to show their comrades in arms that they are no ordinary and that this will be seen and felt in the Post during the coming year A social event of more usual pertance occurred at Prairievllle on laot It being the marriage of Miss youngest daughter of and Henry Mil ler to Frank of The which was witnessed by a large number of friends and was performed by of in the Prairievllle church The bride was a picture of in a dress of whlteiserge and and she was attended by her Miss Nellie Miller Frank of acting as After the ceremony the newly made couple repaired to the house of the bridespar where they received their Elegant refreshments were served and a few hours spent in social af ter which the guests wishing and who start out on their new life under the moat auspi cious continued happi ness and in which the STAN DARD heartily ir n niiiii i The Savana papers of last week give the particulars of two sad accidents at that Julia Coats was out on the track picking up A was switched from the engine and run disconnected from the The woman evidently did not see nor bear and she was run and both lega and her baud from the effect of which she died soon The next day a young as the cars stopped for a climbed on and walking along the top of the can between them and the wheels passed over the middle of bis He was instantly We repeat It that we cannot be too careful when about the for both these lives were lost from careleaa The little hamlet of IB miles northwest of la peopled with an excellent elaas of generally but there are a set of young arrowing up in and around the town who are a disgrace to the They make it their business to visit all where public meettop political or otherwise by boisterous conduct and create The lest outbreak of tain nature occurred last week whja 9 window Lougdoaa fQfcwv wtd a riit Auotber buslubsa niBetltigTjf thtr AIP BOClatlon occnrred at the Presbyterian shureh Tuesday at which cersfor the year 1890 were HS follows LeBoy Gait VlcoPrett Directors for three years Weaver Harry Weaver and The names of the directbrs elected for the one year and two terms have already been of one the efficient workers In the was and we learn that the probabilities are that ho will be se cured for a few months A committee was appointed to select rooms for assembly and report a meeting to be held tomor row We are informed that this commit tee has decided to recommend the rooms in the Academy of lately occupied by the Public The rooms are well adapted to the uses of the The Association here now numbers fifty six active while almost as many more have signified their in tention to join as soon as things are in good working It is estimated that per year will pay all necessary more than that sum will be required this In order to fit up The cause is a worthy field is And we rtriistthe i gaged in the good work may be emin ently Rock Falls Harvey Packer is ill wlth the imported Harper of Wal have removed to this city and now occupy the Easterbrook property at the West Still they Wroters and of removed to Rock Falls the early part of this of this is attend ing the father of Pannenback who Is quite ill at his home in Scott reports the new la of an eminent and eloquent has been assisting Bales with the pro tracted meetings at the Armstrong Is home for a few There is so much sickness that Scott been forced to employ a driver in order to make his He averagesthlrty calls per of was on the street The parcel of ground purchased by from located on Rlverton has been surveyed and staked In the spring Gait will grade the streets and lay so we are were all in favor of the annexation orLSterlingtoJRoek On account of the protracted meet Prot Rice deemed it best to postpone the meeting of the iuusio class until next Febr The man knew what helwasl talkln be and bis vest pocket bobbed up serenely last were satisfied with Rosey and every body else appears to The protracted meetings at the Con gregational and Metbodsst churches are well attended and are proving very suc Bales has been quite ill thla week with the prevailing Kadel is laid up with rheu v Free demons has purchased property May street and will repair and occupy it The long agony is ended and we now know whom we are to cuss for the non arrival of letters for the next four We wiU say good bye to Bob t McNeil with some for he has made a most efficient but of course we are glad to have friend Rosebrook take the Parker is so supremely happy pver the appointment that he Is destroying prodigious quant ities of fine The Citizens Improvement Associa tion meet Tuesday and per fected the organization by the election Of a Board of The officers now are Stanleys Wilson and Smith Haakell Zeller and Robert The people anticipate some effective work by this organization the cowing A recipe for the cure of la grippe ia going the rounds the ia which hoarhound of ate a few of the with to take foot bath thtea times a and a vapor bath once a day until the tteaaa with that sort of we it would so will the at the residence of the at Misa Jennie Aldrich was united in marriage with Jacob Elsele of thW pastor of the The wedding jvas a quiet only a limited number of intimate friends being The bride Is a charming a favorite In her and the groom Is an energetic young business man of whose hosts of friends the young Couple a full measure of They win be at home to their friends la tills city after Monday nexfe Flsh Commissioners Bartlett and Brannlng met in Springfield lately and sent out 2CO notices to owners of dams in this to put in fish ways at Under the new npon ten days no tice by the Fish or a majority of the owners of a dam must commence to put in a flshway over the The biggest delivery of fish ever in the State was made this twentyeight carload in all being They include sev eral varieties of walleyed pike and big This work was begun seven years ago and now most of the rivers and lakes are teeming with Drink nothing without seeing Sign nothing without reading and make sure that it means nothing more nan It Dont go to law unless yon have something to lose lawyers houses are built on fools In any business never wade in where you can not see the Put no depend ence on the label of a and count money before you receipt for it See the sack open before yon buy what is In for he who trades In the dark asks to be the residence of the brides and of on New Years by WILLIAM Son of Pleasant and Hlu MARY ot Uio former The occasion was mads doubly happy by the presence of many relatives After the usual the partaking ot a sumptuous the company enjoyed themselves In social chat and In viewing the many and presents bestowed on the happy Several letters ot regret were re ceived from distant accompanied by substantial tokens ot their love and On the same night and Robertson took the limited tor and for The a prominent young Is a graduate ot Morrison high re ceived an excellent business education at Dlxon Commercial Is a young man of perior ability Rud of an unimpeachable charac The bride Is an accomplished young possessing those sterling qualities of character that wellttt her as a leader In social She Is well and favorably known as one ot White sides successful LEGAL Executors Estate of HIRAM The undersigned having been appointed Exec utor of the last will and testament of Hiram late of the County of Whlteslde and State of hereby gives notice that he will appear before the County Court of Whlteslde at the County Court Room In at the March of said cuurvou First Monday n March at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified aud requested to attend the pqrpose of having the same ad All persona Indebted to said estatn are requested to make Immediate payment to the tbli 13th day of 3W3 T Academy of Friday and Satofiay SATURDAY AFTERKOOH MUSICAL COMEDY Whole Combination ot Prominent ARTISTS Tie M Company on tns Road In Fopular Comedies and Funny and Beflned 20 and SO HQUSE DINING JV8T OFBNED AT Corner TUri ail locust ONSOFTHK NEATEST RESTAURANTS pi Meals ud M al Oystere ttmd in MUR8EBY I have e largs stock ol very ntw three oar yearoU TJiW ftts oi varieUes aa do ia vicinity end ore very Awtmg tbem the Puohewh and 80 and FLO sad wul ilght d PRICE Qr AiHi for Cull end wlmt we at FhUip mcei MlLUDBEYtUI N AND FEED OF ALL KINDS AT LEW M Strut tad 24 BASfeHS STEAM Keeps Wood Iroii JtepaMttg WILL TAKK BOWS V Good Work Mid Fair Aiwrtcaii Exprm REAL Bargains along the Street Car Summit Place and Fine Stock Farm cheaper than wild Houses and Lota below coat of Several Farms in Whiteaido Fine Store Buildings in Sterling and Eocjt Numerous HonseB in both Several Fruit and Vegetable Gardens on both sides of the Fine Improved Farms in Whiteside Several Fine Farms in Kansas and Several Store Buildings in Sterling and Bock Stocks of Goods and Money to Loan in Large or Sma A f ILL Dariesd Calendar 18 9 Blank Tablete 1 AND School Supplies TO MY i Accept the compliments of and raj thftokt fer y patronage the past My arrangements for tie eosoiag better facilities for business than ever v It is a fact that ray establishment cornea Store or Pharmacy tbaaaay one ia the It innovation to cat loose from timehonored thus far has awpJ j justified the wisdom of the Every man to hb   

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