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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - January 23, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                ILLINOIS JANUARY For Ladies Only BUSINESS Specif ears given to goM crown utt 1 to childrens OM glvea Office on Third oppodtf When o IB lint Hutlonal Bank Btsp Offlee oret Sock DENTISTi Office cm Third adjoining Cru Illinois Attorneys at For Farm of 125 tillable on mllwt below known as the Woodruff Price 840 par Terms Address 48wl3 319 4tb STERLING of hM nold his farm to of f formerly oi bu COBRRCTEn BVSHT old 2 Kye Live V 100 3 V head 8 3 live weight Chickens FARM V The latest remedy for la grippe is witch or and it is claimed that it la vert effeottfe in cur ing the The Deestrick Skule for with Kelly as skumtuck has been postponed on account of the fashion ableness of the people down with la Remember That a little sodawater Sheldont ATTORNEY AT toons 5 And Bells cornet Third and Locust Manahun 0 ATTORNEYS AT XV ptteats a rooms T and Aeadem ot Music 1 Walter A TTORNEY AT XX Office gver A A TTORNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 LicrroRS over Keefeis Prng A TTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 LICITOR IN OfflosoTM Sterling NiUonal ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTAKY PCBLIO A Office over SterUng Nations Telephone Line Rfiig A TTORNEY AT NOTARY XX PUBLIC JTJbTIOB OF Collections attended to Heters to First National and The Sterling National BankT GENERAL rrompt sad careful attention given to all V V ton S BO Morria llun 800 Anthracite J ro bbl 1 W B 3H BAILWAY TIME Anna Wallace nee Spencer tfleAJit at of and was buried from the Grace Episcopal this on Wednesday morn ing at 10 the Wallace was the eldest daughter of of thU and was born at March Ist Most of her life was spent in this city until some years after her marriage with which occurr THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going Going Atlantic Denrer Overlnnd SlcrllDi Omahs Cllntun SB going west at carries BDRLINGTON QUINCI Going 8 Arrive from 78 7T Freight Going 88 m Arrive from Weal 8S 41 Partcngcr with trains eut and weet on Jllnton Branch with R at Rock If land east and wont with main line for polnta Council and and for City and poinU ILLINOIS OENTRAlT HOUSE PAPER HANGER AND Chop In Weber1 Flrtrt doing doing S00 Anthony A Office In Anthony comer First Fourth L TJOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN DrOmeiranajroomrNoMOKastThlrdirU tit riRIFIOIAL 10 DISEASES A Union Third Jane DHY8ICIAN AND f OfficeRoom Academy of Mnnlc THAT That a cup of strong coffee will remove the odor of onions from the That a strong lemonade taken at bedtime will break up a A fanner near Oeneseo had a terri ble Qght with a big 1100 pound It occurred In an open The steer came at the who is a large pow erful and the horns missed goring but knocked him The steer then with fearful bellows got over his and the farmer luckiy got the fingers of one hand into the steers nose and with the other hand got the steer by the horn and giving a des parate wrench twisted the neck of the animal and he feel down dead nearly on top of the The steers neck had been It may sound like but it is a that Joe Adams wears and this pernicious habit got him into trouble When the appar ent to his estates arrived a few weeks the charge d affaires needed some extra and mode a raid on Joes leaving him without a single blled rag to his or He bought a stock and ordered a doz en from a shlrtmaker in In course of time they arrived and were They would have fitted Donlchy Joe returned and tried The second batch Thuy were evidently made over Ilaglocks Joe is disgusted and that stock shirt is in He has worn it four Some of the past graduates of the Sterling School will be sorry no to learn that the Alpha and Philomathlan have been abol a new society should be formed cora rthe meinberstf both years past she and her two Hugh and Jessie have resided in where Wallace was en gaged as In addition to the two children named she leaves a one Spea of and three Wright of Byler of and Miss Ella Spencer of this to mourn the loss of a loving and All were present at the fun eral except The remains were laid away at Mahlon The worn put body of Mahlon Delp gave up its immortal spirit on Tuesday after battling more or less painfully with disease In various forms for the last two or three His last since he has been con lined to his has lasted about five For years his stomach has troubled and within the last coup le of has hod two fallsrone riously injuring his stomach and the other his While these did not cause his they accelerated He felt for some time that this was his last and he arranged his busi ness matters He was rea dy and as he knew he could not get he was willing to goi He leaves a lov ing consisting of son and Luella and Mabel an aged father and a and two wife of John and Miss He was born in Mont gomery and jcame to with his parents in spending his entire boyhood days on the In 1867 was married to Miss Caroline and he and his wife lived on his fath ers farm until when they moved to this He was a man of a great Last evening and Bigclow gave at their residence on Went Third one of Jhejnost ele gant and meritorious musicales that has occurred in this city Some forty persons were the best musical talent In the city being rep A nicely arranged and very enjoyable program wag carried the leading artists being Miss Josie of violinist Miss Vivia of La pianist Miss Emma of vocalist and Arthur of each en to which they responded fitting The was geuar al musical director and master of cer and performed his duties Will and Ed Bigelow sang several com ic and sang them charming Werntz and Miss Jeesie Leon ard also in no small degree to the pleasures of the At 10 oclock a lunch was served in excellent following which came another munical recital the enter tainment was the most recherche of the and a charming event In the lives of those were fortunate enough to be Real Estate Farm Property anfl Western Lands for Call and we what we S7J7WI Office Philip AND MOSES DILLON Carries the prliTcipaf stock LUMBER RetldencoOalt Jttt TJOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Jtl Office and residence second door north of city 407 yirat MPM TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Office over Exchange Rock day or from MY Heal Estate Bullding SEWER In Whiteslde PAID FOB Adam INSU HAHOE AMD COLLBOTINQ MowrtowS on Real naif dwto Bterllug rOSTICE OP THE COL J LECTION AQBNT NOTABY iMttrtnce ta reliable Tblnl MreeU Qraizx and I nave large stock of very nice three and our year old APPLE Tfhoy are of varieties as do well In this vicinity and are very Among them are the Bomnn and 20 and PLTjMSMftrlannaand Blohxnondand Ens Hah SHADE Bard Ma Baapbvrriei and and elgiit varieties ol PRICE OF APPLE each 83 per dozen 25 trees at 100 THE HUBBARD MANUFACTD BY During FRANK wul nil all Frank Coclir an Tin CITV ON QOING AT BEDROCK PRICES In order to make room lor a stock ot Fancy I THE MEXTI5 DAYS I two weeks ago a drafta both the which was submitted to the members atralmeetiiig last and the following officers Miss Perry Bayliss Miss Stoddard Assistant Alfred Jenkins Leo Philips Miss Chester Strock and Hod It Is be lieved that more effective work will be now that the two socie ties are Reynolds the West End Furni ture failed to meet their obli and were closed by the Sheriff on Friday It is believed that the assets will about cancel the and no one will be seriously Al though doing a satisfactory thelflrmljsflBZbperattng on a limited and the hard times collections very so muon that they realized It would be impossi ble to meet their Ou Thursday one of the flrm went to and confessed Judgment in favor of his father for und the First Nation al Bank of Morrison for This action becoming known here early Fri day Attorneys Ward and out attachments on behalf of several and for sums ranging from to which were served by Constable Ilaberer at the same time that Deputy Sheriff Drake made his An arrangement was made whereby all these claims will be but eastern creditors will get left unless the assets are sufficient to cover their claims It is believed that the total liabilities will not exceed TealbTgbod iness and careful in his Investments a kind husband andfath err andanearnest supporterandpat He leaves hhy family fluite well provided and the communityin general extend tothem funeral takes at two oclock from their of will preach the sermon and the burial will take place in the Mennonite burial Rock Falls the ia absent at Freeport this Levl Smith haa been quite There has been but one case of scar let fever in our town this re Two of the two mile races at the rink have been skated as The first was won by Will the second by Will Terrell time In each race about four minutes per The and probably final occurs next Monday There are five of r ports that Jenne of have sold their interest in the block coal Jenne Is well known lie Is a brother of Taylor Williams and he at one time was one of the owners of the There was an inch of snow fell last night LEGAL Administrators Estate ot LTJHA The undersigned having been appointed Ad ministratrix of the estate ot Lure Blng late ot the County of Whlteslde and State ot hereby gives notice that she will appear betore the County Court ot Wbltealde the County Court Boom In jit the April on the Firtt Uoniav in April at which time all persons having against said estate are notlfled and to attend for the purpose of having the same ad Allpersons Indebted to said estate are to make Immediate payment to the FEED OF ALL KINDS LEW 3d Striel tnd 2d If yon wwrt to purchase wraeitslBg for jwr Btntlenwii cur stoofc WMff antl and Embroidd Woolen and Silk Silk Prices Ruinously l 8AS AND STEAM Keeps Wood Iron Itfpairlng WILL TAKE DOWN Work and Fair Prices Under American Exprw The Senate may not confirm the appoint ment of John OlarkjasjColleotor of Port of but the Senate of Opinion has ALREADY CONFIRMED the es tablishment of Dated this Ztd day NELLIE MANAUAM Executors Estate ot HIRAM undersigned liavlng been appointed Exec utor of the last will and teatnmetiMJIIiram late of the County of Whlteslile and State hereby gives notlre that he will appear bolore the County Com t of Whlteslde at the County Court Room In at Hie March of said onthe i Pint Monday in March at which time all persons having claims against estate are notlfled and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same ad All persons Indebted to said estotn are requested to make Immediate to the REAL ESTATE Smokers Bonnets and Millineis Kegardless of Now la your chaBce for CM and Bee oitr Fancy KQSE Corner Third Street and First lor RUBBER We lurntoh RUBBEB STAMPS of any kind to JAPANESE Lanterua and Colored Lights For la any at 3Qi LMMt 809 The Wednesday Club of this city de serve credit for their endeavors to pro a series of UrBt claWrmusiqali Lust Mondaynlght the first number of the season was given by the Mendelssohn Quintette Club Concert of with Miss Elizabeth Hamlin as prima donna The souls of profes sional musical artists no doubt floated off to the harmonious elyaium on the artistic strains of the critically exact music of this noted To the gene ral roughandtumble listener some parts were probably too ecstatically tinehaired to be gobbled In like we would appropriate Old or The Girl I JLeft Behind or Way Down on the Swanee River tak ing it all in we imbibed the harmo nious nectar musically smacked our lips for According clodhopper we thought the solo clarinette by the violin fantjdaie by and the tlute performance by Henneberg were as nue musical renditions ever were heard iu this They were perfectly We soiUdnH ap preciate Mto Hamliae singing at ports to tho contrary Miss Nellie Ashling has been pros trated with the scarlet fever and is now dangerously Angle Wickens nee Adalr of ilay arrived on a visit to friends and relatives We are glad to say that there are a few people in Bock Falls who are not but It wouldnt take long to count them of has rented the MorriU store and will open a drug store therein His who is a will allocate in Bock for the prac tice of his Warren Cole and wife have gone east on a and will be absent several Scott has recovered from his at tack of Jennie Baker of is home on a visit to her parents and It Is safe to assert that onehalf the employes of our and onethird the pupils in our are out with the disease appears to be subsiding Wheeler returned from PUBLIC Having rented my I will offer for sale at the residence of WIlllBm In the town of Lee 2M miles south of Nelson 6 miles east of on the following Personal Property IB head ot consisting of 1 8 years old 2 6 years old 1 5 yearsold J Gelding yeanrpld l Geldings years old h 2 years old3 In B years od 1 not In 6 years 4 years one In foal 1 3 years old 8 2 years old 3 83 head of consisting of 3S manyol which will be fresU attltaeof sale 3 Bullsl 4 years old 1 2 years old 1 yearling 10 comings years oldt 13 coming 2 years pld IB coming 8 years old 16 40 BHOATflj 60 mostly ewes In SOObushels dEED WHEAT 1600 COKN in crib SCO bushels and Beautv ofHebron 8KEDCOKN 76 tons HAY In KAKM Disc Har row Kejstoue Hay Loader new 11foot Seeder 1 old TEHM8 OF f Bargains along the Street Oar Summit Place and Fine Stock Farm cheaper than wild Houses and below cost of Several Farms in Whiteside Fine Store Buildingsin Sterling Bock irand botbTlides of tlfe n All sums 61 Wand cash on sums over that amount a credit of 10 months will be on approved without Interest II paid at uri tled n a aturity If not so 8 per cent will be harged from date of Property to be set tled for hefore ySale to commence at 10 Fine Improved Farms in Whiteside Several Fine Farms in Kansas and Several Store Buildings in Sterling aud Bock Stocks of Goods and Money to Loan in Large or Small COXVEYANCISQ A STERLING STEAM DYE GENTS CLOTHING t i hehad spent several days Our iiew postmaatera commission has not arrived but is looked for It Is expected that Hose brook will take hold about the 1st of The meetings at the church and are proving very Inter Quite a number have professed and joined the The Milledgevllle Free Press has again changed the second time within Moscrlp has sold out the plant to who took poeseatfon Is a practical printer slid has had sixteen years experience la newspaper during which period he baa worked on such papers aa the Burling ton Omaha Pittsburgh The Free Press ia on a lair and we believe Dieus will improve it Heres wishing you In firstclssa or no Also LADIES Dress 1 Dyed to any shade or work sent to us will receive prompt first Diaries Calendar Padi M attention GALT BLOCK DIKING JCBT OPENED AT Blank AND ONE OK THB NEATEST RESTAURANTS IN Meals aud st all hours Oysters nerved lu wjj School Supplies AT H   

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