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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - February 6, 1890, Sterling, Illinois fHK CHICAGO AMD 1 JT L Ij Sfc s ILLINOIS FEBRUARY DKNTAL BURGEON SwdiS ttreilvwiUoM cm Oflhttta tlfrt ftittaml Offlon on Tblrt HHnota Attorney 8 at ATTORNEY nxmtt ana Titbd art loaMt Sterli ATTORNEYS AT a rooms Mttks Walter ATTORNEY AT TTORNB Y8 AT LAW AN1X 8a 4dCITOBfllR Omea ow Prog ATTORNEt AT LAW AND SO LIOTTOR KK QgoXW BlwUyt WsUoaal m JEw ft A TTORNBY AND COUNSELOR A AT LA NOTART PTJBUO tmr Bwrttaf National SUjllnfc ATTORNEY AT LA NOTARY rrouo nnmoi of TKM CollMttoM BUfedsd M Arrtw from TVrftHWOtfUVt It Going Going Wwt AtUAtte CilDttm lite It going wMt tt BURUHGTOS AQUINCI 41 ram M 41 M with WMt on Clinton Branch j with H 31 Bock Inland cmntand innti with tnmle Hoe for polntd Council tod ud tot Citj lad ILUNOI8 CESTRAL AT Going Ooinjj PMMDtfW Stl5 J fttfli rlT 8KX llill STEHUiNQ COBKECTXn CVkRT THURIIIMT fl Kye Barley Li VB v Bhrap 16O17 lite weight Chickens FABK V bu ii V ton 3 BO Morris Uim 900 T M l oo to all Banks and The Sterling Xationat Prompt Mtratiaa It TTOU8E Jt1 HANOKH AND i WtlWs Hut Phyetolans Anthony S HOMKOtATHIO CAM Wtd rooms East Thlrt Mmt alt Second Office on 10 msRASBJ A Onioa TaW PL JTana pHYSIOIAN 4 Boom Academy of Mailo Qatt Mt TTOMBOPATHIO PHY8IOIAN 4 jut EVERYBODY KNOWS Carries the principal stock of Dakota ttiera was a meeting of our citizens held in the City of which Mayor Lawrence was Exmayot Bell Dillon were appointed a committee to select names for a large general committee for Sterling town ship and the country round The committee recommenced the fol lowing named persona for the general committee Sterling George Thomas Jamea Benjamin Capt John Frank Galtf DlllonpGeorgeiv Colomft Frank Robert Durstine Herman Jordan Zlg Jonas John Ar Hopkins Omer Charles David Montfflorency Jami Fred Genesee Dell Hugh Matt Pralrievllle Herman Stew art Warren Hume Samuel Edward An executive committee of five citi zens of Sterling and Rock Falls was then appointed to take charge of the douatlohsthataregeutlti by the com mittees in the as follows Moses Wheeler and is urgent needthat hay and grain should be sent forward for the stock in those destitute The farmers should have grain and hay in sufficient quantities to get their horses in good working condition before the spring work so that they are able to do something with their teams When the time The committees appointed for the rseveral sections are expected to see what can be gathered up and brought to this city or Rock Falls to bo of up to of the executive has notified each one on the general committee as to Is expec ted of and before long we expect to have several car loads of provender shipped out to is in can be left at Moses Dillons or with Sheldon Stone at Rock A united move can be productive of much Mf A welMcnown jEWB In Wbltealde Oltioe and residence second door north ol city 40T Hi wt TJOMEOPATHIO PHrSIOIAN 4 fl DVet Exchange Ready r calls day or rom Real Eatato REAL IN8U SANCI AMP oouJKmso 1 f IxMisod on Ktti 1U8TIOB OF THB COL ISOTIOH AQBBT HOTABY ytn IB PAID MB The Pioneer Press of prints some elaborate guggeatioos by prominent business men of that city as to the beat mode of building up manu facturing Industdes at that placer One and sncccssf ul gospel work will begiq a eerlei ot meetings at the on Sunday afternoon at S Dunn haa lately had a splendid work at and closed a genntne revival st Dixon on Tuesday The large Baptitt church of Dixon was crowded every night to hear and much good work wai done among the drinking He to well known through the eastern part of this State M an effective tpeaker and earnest He Jala utaetL work over twelve principally in Kentucky and Wiscon He comes to Sterling by invita tion of a committee of oat There la no sectarianism or politics in bis The oooperatlon of all men and women who believe that it is better to be sober than drunken is Asked for this present The Gos pel hymns will to used In congrega tional and the Sterling public is Dont miss this first meeting on Sunday aa it will be the key to all that follow Rock Falls The river is as clear of ice as though It was Stanley IB quite ill and unable toleavelilsYodmT Miss Lizzie Coe has returned from Mt whence she was called to attend her Ed who has been quite but Is now bet Banker Bush has started a consdrva tory in one ofhis street which contains some rare The protracted meeting at the Church has with some fifty ac cessions to the Matthew Clarkson has returned from Mt where he a1 few weeks ago to begin a course in Cornell on account of ill Davis is recovering rapid ly from the injuries she sustained a week is setting up the cigars to his Its a boy this and Walter is as proud as a boy with his first pair of redtopped Harper has opened a bak ery in the basement of the Morrill Helsan experienced hand aTEhis aorfoTiHisInesaiT City Attorney Haskell was in Morri prople who have qnestjon to jieal In there are English end f nd certain localities the French are n the majority and hence all buslnesn egal and is done in here Is a bill now In the Dominion arliatnent to abolish the use of tench as tin official language This will set Ufe English and tbe French y the Thats another straw to ward RESERVED SEAT or the Stewart Concert Company will gin this Thursday tnornlng at nine at Mahans music VdmtKslon 85 centa no extra charge or 34 Henry 600 1000 84 The flow from the great artesian well South was rought tinder subjection A ake covering over forty has been ormed in the lower part of the town some vacant A dense fog is rastantly rising from tbe warm umbers of barns and walks are flooded talf the preaure is now turned and the water runs through a six inch pipe and solid stream 160 feet Artesian experts say the well is the most powerful one in the The pro rietors of the WoonsocketJFlourMllls of year for less than onehalf the FLORENCE HAMILTON TheCharming Young lupported by Bartley McCullums son yesterday attending court Wheeler is under the Doctors Dissolution The partnership heretofore existing between Woodard and also Woodiri Carroll U day dlwolvesiby mutual lie boslneu will bereafter be conducted by tbe who assume all liabilities and to wbom all outstanding accounts should be only I have a large of very three and lour year old They are of such varieties M do well in and are very Among them an the Boman and OB 20 and THE HUBBARD MANUrACfD 9Y OHaBBlEBBarlyBlohmDndaQd Bag BHADB Hard HU Baipbtrrlei and and eight varieties ot PRICE OF APPLE each 08 per dozen SIC per 96 at 100 n wlli fill 21 Frank Cochr an We furnish RUBBER STAMPS a kind to JAPANESE Lanterna and Colored Lights For in any quantity at 309 Locust 909 regular organization of practical busl neas with the object in of tries of the One committee should investigate and decide upon what kind of factories could be An other committee should examine into the standing of men that desire to comesnd establish factories with the expectation of receiving local No company should receive any consid eration unless it has a reasonable amount of capital to hazard in the un the presi dent of the Manitoba railroad thinks the two cities should act together as a unit upon tbe manufacturing and that committees should made up of men of both cities who are broad enough to know that all petty jealousies must be forever Hill went on to say that between the two cities there ia an undeveloped water power ftqual to horse This can be dereloped and distributed throughput both cities by the agency of eleotrlcltyi so that factories of any size and In any part of either city can be furnished ample power at an expense almost trifling as compared to steam poor Beamstresa could afford this power at her home to run her sewing Bill further It costa the large flouring mills of Minneapolis four cents to make a bar rel of flour by water and it coats them 17 cents to make a barrel of Hour by steam Now the horse power of water would lose nearly ten per cent of its volume of power by transformation into electrical 80 that if the barrel of flour were roads by the electrical power instead of water it might cost 4 conta and the fraction of a The coat of steam power 4 estimated to aurinm per The cost of the entire 000 horse power at Meeker if distributed by the electrical agency would not aggregate to the STEAM OTBWOEKa EYED iP BEPAIEED ar no to aay ttf to us wUJ proaipt manufacturers 000 per Thus you see the expense or operating by steam power would be at least three times as great as by the electrical AU the above suggestions apply to our twin cities juat aa well as to Si Fan and We nave water power here that could be trans formed into electrical payer and trtbuted anywhere over either We need a company here to manufac ture power and furnish it at to anybody wha nee4a market 4ay Md the ofieriuga were Most of the aoruef at 9 gra4a4e oidedly totter tbaa been present from and upwarda bf fifty ftftl nuals wew at pricea varying tvm to 4 peal many Arrnatrong s fashionable A Jtr and In Association was held last Monday night at which of were The next regular meeting oc curs on the 17th inst at which the nual election of officers will be an employe df the Empire Mf g was seriously out on the upper lip last while grinding a disc Scott repaired hia The Wise Men of Valley Best etill hold dally meetings at for the discussion of the and mental and moral science r Staee the fire atthe Northwestern Barb Wire Dillon and his clem are located In the office of Dillon and i The office is badly crowded but the Barbed Wire folks very kindly allow the proprietors to use the offloe at night The City Council held a meeting Monday Nothing outalde the 1 regular routine business was The Sisters of Eebecca gave an oys ter supper laat Monday which was patronized liberally A little child of AJf Worthing tons was seriously hurt the other by falling from a Last Monday night there were five cases of croup in JUtUes all so severe to require medical at With the Deception of the youngest all are now about welL Warren Cole and wife have returned from their trip to the land of the Michl It rumored 4hatprnew4ry goods store will not The wreckage about the Northwest ern Barbed WlwtyL loned by the ftre is cleared and it is expected that the adjusters for the various Insurance will upon the amount of this week j Do you know what a dote ahfw means I never did until I looked a face the other through a micro which ha4 treated to tiU laxurloas a wellknown entire skiu xeeem bled a piece of rew To the face perjeotiy smooth not oulj the wmoval of the bftt also por tion ot the cieMs the a aUaroua4 fia WoeS T ipoaed are not to tee btit ua thft ftoch little ouiveniur jiuwjfy ioiaiBg jsinute drop of bjoos agftlast tMatmeflt Tfa nerve tips we ered and th mm are left which nukes BE AT TJ1K Academy of ALL THIS Commracinj MOIDAY WITH A GRAND MATINEE I ATUnDAY Afternoon at 2 or and with Presents for lie L OooA Company New Bon X Flajnl AdmUslon 20 and 30 City act Fan Pwrtr tri LiEli far fox ETCall and Me what at MILLEDBEMLE FEED OF ALL KINDS AT LEW 3d StrMt wwJ 24 FURMIS and CHAS G A8 ANB I TCAM Wood Icon Witt TAKK OOWS Work Fair REAL Bargains along the Street Oar Summit Place f 100 and Fine Stock Farm cheaper than wild Houses and Lots below cost of Several Farms in Whiteside Fine Store Buildings in Sterling and Bock Numerous Houses in bo tli Several Fruit and Vegetable Gardens on both sides flie Administrators Estate oJ WW undersigned bavins boen appointed Ad ol estate ot Lura Of theCounty ol VTbttealde aod itate ot hereby notice hat the will appear before County Court pt Wbiteslde at the County Conn Boom In at tbe April on the First Monday in at which time all persona having claims aald estate are notified and requested to attend tor tbe purpose pi baring toe same ad All persons Indebted to said estate are to make Immediate payment to the Dateothls 23d day NKLUE 4w3 Public Tbe undersigned will sell at at the farm o Gait near Gait three miles west o aale to commence at l the following Personal if gray In Igray GeldlngT years old next bay Mare Igrwr coming well broken to single harness fsor k good sired by Croms jomlng onebait Fereheron 1 Qeldlng eomlnx 8 veanloldi 1 mare coming Hambletonlan an3 Fine Improvod JTarms in Whiteaide A Several Fine Farms in Kansaa and Several Store Buildings in Sterling and Bock Stocks of Goods and Money to Loan jn JLarge or Small CONVEYANCING A SPECIALSf C1U nr fj ACADEMY OF Diaries d Calendar Pads Blank Borpm blood as head of Milch Cows T Heifers la coming t years old 1 Bullj 7 Calves of 6 of them Most of the Cows uid beuers are grade Holitelo and The Bull Is of the same Boad Cart birHasai Top BugKyi j Democrat and S Lumber Wagonsi Blelghj Mln Sbwdard ID pariect order Bu 0foot cut 12foot HajrBake new i tKodoard Diso Harrow j Acme Harrow gorham Seeder i lUhovel Flaoet Cnltlvator Bid ing Plow 14 Btuble Flows a Drags a Corn Plows Grain Cradler Band Corn BBeller Keyutone Corn Pliutar Hawortb Check Bower 80 rods of wire Also i seta Double Harness Single Harness Bide Saddle and good as All sums of W and cash on sums over Uinmoutha credit wUll be glreu bypurcha HTIOJ cote with approved U not waea 8 per will be charged from No property can be removed until settled jarShould toe tJiy be the sale will JOHN B SOL PRANK Public AND School Supplies f CON ANTS Tbe undersigned will aettat Public at north of and pftutnfumt oc Oonuoeoolns M foUowlag ftop4srty ot eoniitatlDg of 15 gooa iooa l U OOBN In The Senate may kot oonfirm meat of Jobii Olark os Port of but Opinion has cooslsttngof Miich a twoyearold 4 VesrUms ft amount oapjgroved doe a not so Pnf W
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