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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - February 13, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                ILLINOIS FEBRUARY in to Citf 8Ei Fart Pupil ni f estts Lanii for Stiff Soft Crush Hats Bait for CHA8 Philip fticet Store MIUE08EVIUE AND FEED OF ALL KINDS Eeope Wood Iron Promptly WttTAKBDOWK Work nod Under LEW 84 Sirtrt tad GEORGE P AT THE SIGN QF THE TWO t BUSINESS tjESTAL BpscW cflro ClV9ll to coin tttrtrfl ItnA BpscW cflro ClV9ll to coin tnd fb OBSer on Tlilrd rwwt Office to Vint National 1 ornr Rock TlBNTISf AJ on Thlfd ininote Oraa AttorneySat ATTORNEY AT roomt S comer Third ud Locart Manahan 6 ATTORNBta AT ystentj R T uiA Marie Once OYBT C ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND 80 LIOWOKS IN Kwftrt ATTOBNEr AT LAW AND SO UOmm IN OSatmt 1H 1 ATTORNEY ANDCOUNSELOR AT HOTABY PUBLIC A Office onr Sterling ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC A JUBT10B OF THB Banks and The Sterling National riENERAL VT Prompt tad euefal rlten to ifl ZC HOUSE PAPER HAHQKR AND Bbop In front Physioiana Anthony SURGEONS once la Anthony corner Flrtt treoiu Md Foorto HOMEOPATHIC roomf 1C But Third XMldeoce Ml Second to 10 1 to T to 8 ORIFIOIAL 1C DIBBASBS A TJnloa Third Jane PHYSICIAN AND J Academy of Uoslo TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN 1JL Office and residence second door north of city 407 1irst HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlca over Biduuigo Bock Ready o gnawer or ironi Heal Estate Adam REAL IN8U BANGS AHD COLLECTING Monoy Uxuiod on Rultad Penontl Offlee next door to Btorllng NMIooal TUSTIOE OP THE COL J LECTION AGENT NOTABY yira luoruioo 1 nUabla tM IbUd THE HUBBARO MANUFACTP BY DONALDSON During Donaldsons absence lu will nU all iPrank Colir an LBADS ON i f Smokers Novelties ftj to at J frn ONE OS TUB NEATEST RESTAURANTS jsr RAILWAY TIME tlnntlc Shi rntm Limited vrrlBnd mllng Union going weft at cwil A QUINCI The Temperance It jecordanceJfith the announce ments made thfotsgh the press test and from the pulpits Sunday Jfttnes the began ft series meetings at the Sunday f ternoonjwliioh are still In Dunn ia a man In middle born f Irish Catholic bat is him elf a Protestant and a reformed drlnk Be is fairly well but is a joweffol and an excellent jeara 8 from from ft 85 r 41 m Puranget with trilM eurt and on Clinton Branch with ft R t Hock Iplanil ennt nd wwt with tnitin line lor Council nd tor City tud ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Uolne Going lltlS STEHLING JOnRECTED BVK11Y THUKHDAT f bu 20 1O 10CJ18 Jtye 38 Barley V 100 8 Cattle V head a live Chickens ABM V Morris Hun ite Anthraci V bb SI B EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MGSES DILLON Carries the principal stock of LUMBER Building DRAIN In Whiteslde PAID FOn Oraln Subscribe for tlie only I bave a large stock of very nice three and our ttuietleVas do well In this vicinity and an very Among them are the Boman Btem and OB Whitneys 80 and PLU Marlanna and OHtlEBlIDUKarly Blohmondand Bng SHADE TBEBSOatfclpaand tiard Ma ple Bmpbsrrles and Blackberries and eight varieties of Evergreens PRICE OF APPLE each 3 per 115 per 20 treea at 100 RUBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any kind to JAPANESE Lanterns an Colored Lights For In at L 800 Locust 809 STERLING STEAM DYEWOEIS mm mm m nnim lu or Drw Oleres to way ot warii sent to wUl raeelvo prouip n this and evidently knows in what manner to conduct it most effect at the first meeting with a fair audience composed argely of Dunn stated that the meetings Were not to be lectures that the word conveyed the idea of and that he was not egotist enough to uppose that he could teach the people if Sterling upon this important The meetings would not be sectarian all denominations could and hould The meetings would be and he deemed it proper a state that he was not in the in terest of any political but by the consent of the Supreme Lodge and by direction of the National He that he did not wish to withold any fact that might and would state that he s a al hough he has never voted with that he may the close of his which was limply an explanation of the and the manner in which it is to be sort of declaration of the emperance people present were asked to come sign the and accept he blue the latter to be worn luring the progress of these be former to be kept Since the foregoing hree meetings have heldat the conducted by and 10 has adhered religiously to his dec aration of as enunciated aRKfTflrat meeting Sunday Nothing of a partisan or sectarian nature has dropped from his neith er has be out vituperation and abuseof the saloonisU r Hehasr how dealt stodge hammor blows at he liquor and language elo quent and he has honestly pre ented to his hearers the evils of in and sought to point out the beauties and benents of a life of The Monday evening talk was ad dressed to the total upon whom he urged tbe necessity of sign og the pledge and wearing the badge lor the influence it would have upon On Tuesday and Wednesday nights his addresses were to the moder ate and on both these occasions he handled his theme With great and apparent effective He pointed out the fact that the moderate drinker ia the support of the and that this element lends to the traffic what little respecta bility it If all the people of a community were total the saloon could not of and if the traffic must depend for support upon the habitual it would starve to death in sixty is and eloquent and is a wonder ful word He is Inearnest and his enthusiasm is The audiences thus far bave not been but each night shows ft fair increase in and The speaker said last night that he felt and believed while no excitement yet a healthy enthusiasm is ap and he believed that the close of this week would show a great awak ening inSterling upon this subject On Tuesday A committee was appointed to select members for an executive or general and on Wednesday evening this committee reported the following John chairman Grover and John It la apparent that our people are be coming interested in this that they are becoming aroused to the importance of taking action tending to check the advancement of this great evil In our and we sincerely hope that great good may be accom plished before the meetings Henry Zendt held a sale of per sonal property last at the farm lately owned by him eight miles north of this Just after the sale at about it was discovered that large straw lo cated only thirty feet from the cattle was on The fire raged fiercely and it was with difficulty that the live stock in the cattle sheds The wind was from the south when the blaze was and all the Including the were ixt great but luckily the wind shitted suddenly to the which eaftblsd those present to save all build in except the cattle It is sup posed that the fire was started by eome malicious person with a grudge to satis fy either against Zendt or the gen who fc8a just Klnnbury Fenton al Woodlawn 24 Jordan 25 28 27 3 Bound 4 inwtingof Will Robinson Post since tbe change in the time of holding the Commander Baylies presid and a large delegation of comrades was It was the seventieth an nivOTsary of General Shermans and most of the session given up to the telling of anecdotes of Old Te Many comrades who have heretofore been were induced to give reminlsences of the eld and the result rr moat interesting ses Anew feature of tbe meetings of this Post has been suggested by the which is this Each evening some regiment represented in the will be the theme for discus and the camp of the or any mem ber will be related nnd dis At tbe next the 84 tb Regiment will be the And all members of the who belonged to that are requested to be present The delegates to the State Encamp ment to be held at Qulncy next month were instructed to vote and work for the election of John Niles as one of the States delegates to the National Encampment to be held at Boston in August Capt Niles is well deserving of thfs high and will make a fitting Most of the comrades are well jleased with the change to Saturday for the meeting of the and an Increased attendance in From a school examination circular sent out by Supt Johnston we clip tbe Examinations will be held at the following places at the indicated dates Spring HIU 11 12 Jxcolslor 13 14 It 18 Plain Comers 19 Each schoql represented at a center s expected to furnish two exercises for he entertainment which wlllbeheld n the Eachpupil should come prepared to recite one or more This year the Central and Final Examinations will occur on he same Those receiving an av erage of per cent and not falling ielow per in any one study will be consideredgraduates of the and those receiving an aver ago of 85 per and not falling be 75 per In one study will tie considered graduates of the White side common and at the regu iijr graduating to be held at June 7r 1890r will be granted Exercises selected or each evenings entertainment should not be The aim is to close each evenings entertainment at oclock and fallow the twenty minutes following for a general thus closing the days work at The death last week of John living west of Rock baa occasioned considerable excitement in the neighborhood and in this due fact that every one the believes that if the woman bad received proper medical attention at the right her life would have been A messenger was sent in the nightto procure or and altho he applied to nearly ev ery doctor In the no brie got there until the next day about Some had good reasons for but it is a question whether those who de clined to respond to the nn less their fees were paid in advance or were justified under the law in refusing to It seems like a great outrage that in a civilized com munity the woman should have been suffered to die for lack of ordinary medical It must be thai her condition was not properly under stood by our for it is un reasonable to suppose that in the inter est of common a single one of them would have refused to respond to the had they realized tbe emer gency that Our physicians say that they have reasons for doing as they did and It may be that all the facts in this sad affair will be venti We are always open to conviction and good Oliver of IB well aware o the apple part of this and therefore other day he brought us a basketful of juicy When asked about the new baby tha came to their house Oliver salt something about when it smiled and looked pleased the angelic ex pressiop of its face just like tha of one of its parents an when it was cross and cried and wen on dreadfully it was just like one of As our memory is poor we dont remember which way this was but the apples were to which he has oar we remem bar that IN twentyfive of the fortysix States sad women have suflragi in aome SUCH ia fams The latest new straw berry to appear his spring is Do you as much money f ay for your family m you do The rooms in the Academy of Music rrngrly hy thn finhiln tA raryhave been thoroughly renovated nd tefitted for the of the The large room in front been Cfttly and furnished with te easy and will be nsed s a reception and wading ear room will be used M an assembly and has been seated with nd the floor covered with The latest periodicals and papers are to found upon the and the bear All oilers are given a hearty greeting by he and o pleaaanter place can be found in his city in which to spend an There are several essentials in mak ng a The business men must till together no small bo if a man wishes to go r pulling him Patronize merchants as tar as Every ollar spent in home institutions bat much to make the community In more ways than one will it jenefit the man spending it It may ventually find its way back to his rocket The 81 Perkins which appears t the Academy of Music next Friday ufght is one of the best shows on the and we congratulate Pur jBll on securing just the kind of a dhow bat our Sterling Every wdy should see the parade of the Far mers it is very funny and so is be ACADEMY OF 14 Engagement 01 the Favorite FRANK JONES In Lockes Rural entitled SI PERKINS FROM INTRODUCING A Quartette of A Full TheDance of the Tha Threshing Machine AT WORK ON THK See the Puglitown Fame Bands Prices 50 and 76 Annuar Sale PERGHERON STALLIONS 1 AT March Commencing at 11 I will sell to the highest and without 30 lead ol Imported Perclieron registered n tba French lud American Htnd all be ng finely with good aKlo and fine ac good heavy and all being ol servtcea jle four and nve yean old being good as black and dark This jfier la made In oroer to make room for my new This lot of honyjs Is toe best bred and most serviceable lot of horses ever every hono sold guaranteed an averaga r A credit of three years will be parties giving note with approved Sale rain or Lunch served at Polo Is on the Illinois Central Ballroad and toe 24 miles south of 12 miles north of is miles west of and 30 miles east of ear Send for Correspondence so HENRY LKVI 7w4 Public I will offer at Publlo at my place ol busi Zis First on A toe lot of Horse and K Goat 18 Plusb 4Q Hone 1 Side 4 Biding T will also sellUlngle and Double TEBMH It you want any of the now is tbe time for von to come and tsrBemember the Bate to commence Public I will sell at Public Auction at my on tha Grlraaa miles want ot Ster oti tiio on commencing at one Uw tollow 8 bead consisting of l pair Bay Maroa pair matched Norman Mires l Gra Mare cording three re Mara but two yean sired by LuUier l Oeldlug cowing two years and I on two years old and one Helta C Brood Sows an4 8 FABM Soad Corn Haper and Btirriug a seta Ham6Aa A13Q49 toiui 10Q Hj and otixef artiolos Dot neoesswr to cash tliat credit oi lamoottis will oa approved U vald M not on Diesoktion VALENTINES BATES REAL M rt t j Bargains along tbe Street fOar Summit Place and Fine Stock cheaper wi and tots WQW cort of i Farms Fine Store BuUdinga JJnmeroue Fine Improved in Several Several of Goods sad   

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