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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - February 27, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                ILLINOIS SEE A yij BtTSlKESS DENTAL care to goM crown ud to giren when CbcrtarX Offloi on Third opposite Office In Pint Ketlontl Btok Stir D ant Bock T Office on Third tdjotntiif IlllnoU Attorneysat ATTORNEY AT roomi 5 and Balll comer Tbtid Locatl Manahan Jb ATTORNEYS AT Patents a rooms T uA Acadian of Mario Walter A KY AT Officu om A ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND 80 LICITORa tS Office orer Keofern Drug ATTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 UC1TOR IN Offloe orei Slerllog ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PUBLIC A Office brer Sterling National Telephone Lino Ring A TTORNEY AT NOTARY XJL PUBLIC OF THB Collecllons attimded to Btten to jflrat Nttlonal Banks and The Sterling National BankT fiENERAL Prompt and cuefnl attention gtren to at RAILWAY TIME HOUSE PAPEB BANQBK AND Shop In DaTU Jlrrt front Physicians So Anthony A PHYSICIANS AND Offlw In Anthony eoraar First avenu aadgourtl atreeti HOMEOPATHIO Office and rooma 10 Eut Third Holdenco 611 Becond Office to 10 1 to S mT to B 1C PISBASHS A Union Third HL Jane PHYSICIAN AND 1 Room Academy ot Muilc KesldenceGalt HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office and residence second door north of city 407 First HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Ornea over Exchange 0 snower calls day or from uv Real Estate Adam REAL IN8U RANCH AMD COLLECTING Money Loaoed on Real and Fenonal Offlconext door to Sterling national Star rUSTIOB OF THE COL LBOTION AGENT 4 NOTAUT Fin Insurance In reliable Third THE CHICAGO AND HOR1HWESTERN Going Going Atlantic EtprfM Denser Overland Limited Sterling Cllutpn PasMnger 86 going west at carrlea QU15CI Going B 18 from 11 Going Went 84 4t Arrive from 65 41 Pwnenger B6 connects with trains east and weft on Clinton Branch with ft It R at Itock IHand ennt and with main line for point and for City and ILLINOIS CENTRALr AT Oolng Going STERLING CORBECTED HVBUV TIlUlWnAV TJ 20 J2 IWtie 36 V 3 BO oo V 00 axaa 30 live 9 o FARM V 18 7 10 60 Morris 800 7 CO 1 00 EVERYBODY KKOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Carries the prlucipal stock of LUMBER Building inWbitestde Temperance Meetings The series of temperance meetings that had been In prepress nearly two weeks closed last Friday and on Saturday morning Dunn took bis departure Turner where he began meetings on Saturday night The last meeting at the Armory was well attended rtnd very Gregory addressed the meeting for some fifteeit after which Dunn spoke an He stated he had just discovered that the girls had been overlooked in these and so he addressed himself to lie counseled them to never marry mon who drink even in a limited The drunkards come from the moderate There are in this country six hundred thousand drunk It is sale to say that onehalf of these are married and were mod ef ate drinkers when they were It is also safe to say that two hundred and ninetylive thousand of these three hundred thousand drunkards wives fully bslleved that they could reform their husbands after and could win them from the drinking It wont There Is no time when a woman has so much influence over a man as during the period of courtship just preceding and if a man can be reformed at all It is The speaker advised the girls present to provide themselves with copies of the and when young known to be call upon require them to sign it before consuming any of the old mans lights and No no should be every young ladys In Dunn took occasion to thank all those to whom he felt In debted for favors Included in this last were the choir and Its the the managers of the the clergy of the who had lent the movement tho parties who had contributed so liberally to the to the STANDARD and both of which he had given much space to the and had reported them truth fully and He added that in en tering a new town there were three persons he always sought to curry favor marshal the and the newspaper f The last meeting held later than any a largeJiunifieirof young men signed the pledge and donned the blue We are told that an earnest effort will be made by the temperance people to keep alive the it is hoped that much good to the Intem perate portion of thu populationmay be dated from Dunns advent parlors the jadies of the rresbyteri Last Saturday night at the Post there was quite an experience Some time ago it was decided to give ft tlon of each evening to the members of regiment Last Sat urday night was the night for the The experience meeting was opened by Post Commander Dillon feaHing an interesting paper by Comrade Winters on the charge of the 34tlt at Keriesaw Senior Vice Commander Johnston gave A very interesting account of the regiment from its formation until the battle of Stone Comrade Wetherbee gave a great number of personal which were good enough to be written up in full for the columns of the Comrade Durstlne about the headquarters of the He saw Van of head was shot and he helped to gather the remains Comrade Tobias Kauffman gave the side of the and he did it so well that he brought down the in good The show became so interesting that the tl me ofor the 34th had to be continued another when the history of the great Rebel lion will be John Henry the em inent begins in the New York Ledger of March 1 a series of six on the study of in which he describes not only those in sects which are useful to the but also those wuicti destroy entire fields of and and ravage gardens and vine yards He demonstrates how it was scientifically determined that an aver age annual loss of has been occasioned In the South by the cotton worm and that an average loss per year of nearly has been brought about in the apple crop of Illi nois by the ravages of the cpdlfn The series is profusely Calhoun boasts that there is hot a a an express odice or a within Its The county jail has not had a criminal inmate within the past jive The grand jury of the county has found but three Indictments within the last two and these against parties who had Illegally sold county has only two terms of court each and a term never lasts over three We throw up the Comic Opera Prices 35 K and 75 Fulton wants a and she Is In a fair way to get the affair fairly settled In her PAID Subscribe for the only THE HUBBABD MANUFACTD BY T During Donaldsons sbsance in FSANK wlU flUall Frank Cocliran Tin orrt ON I have a jargQ stock of very nloe three and four year old ATPPBID They are of varieties as do well in this vicinity and are very Among them are the and 20and and Blohmond and fine BHADB and Hard Ma Baapberrlee and and eight varieties of PRICI OF APPLE each a per dozen IB per 95 at 100 RUBBER re furnishRUBBER STAMPS of any kind to JAPANESE AND Smokers Lanterns and Colored Lights For in any at 309 Locust 809 STEKLINQ STBAM DYE BLOCK JUST OPENED Comer f M anl Locust Strgs QhBOFTHR NEATEST RESTAURANTS JN Hid Lunches at all Oysters DYED AND BEPA1RBD In flratmlosa or no Also Dyed to any or work sent to luwiU receive prompt First The decorations of about the tobies were pink candlestick trim the caps of some of the were Beautiful flowers were placed oa many of the and the hungry but fortunate mortal had a lovely buttonhole bou quet pinned on his coat by cunning fin and he was or with both substantial frosty and other things too numer ous to all for the small sum of one quarter of a Our notorious gourmands were know be cause we had to wait seventyfive full minutes while Bayliss and Wolfers and Dillon and Brookfleld and Charaberlin and Squire Ward and Al derman Miller and John Emtnitt and Frank Anthony and Attorney Fergu sat at the table and got done and began again several A popular divine in this city went in to a stationers store on Third street Monday last and asked to be shown some marriage He select ed the most expensive one in the estab asked for a blank card upon which be wrote his placed it with the gave the station er ah and asked him to for ward the package at The book man complied and an hour after the mail had departed the afore said rushed into the store breath lessly and asked but too It was for a1 coupleiwhom M bad married the day and in a fit of absentmlndedness he bad for gotten to fill it out One can imagine the surprise of that young couple when they received that blank with the preachers They should have both framed at We have frequently had occasion to refer to the dangers attending persons and teams at the and crossings on First and a resident of who narrowly escaped being run dpwn while out driv ing last again calk our at tention to the First from Third street to the is one of the busiest thoroughfares in the and the crossings of both roads should be protected by This is especially true of the along whose tracks a train passes every ten So for as we the watchman dlBchargea hia dutiesfaith but no one ruwi can guard proper the many which this company at the point Let us have Hock Falls Frank has moved in to the Fayette Dyer James Robinson has been quite ill during the past week with inflam matory Miss May McMahon was the victim of a pleasant surprise one even ing last Keystone Relief and Aid Society held their regular quarterly meeting on Thursday evening and disbursed funds to sick of Kansas is here visiting her and will remain some Dows drug store will open up for business Goodell and Woodworth in company with Stanley and John Shaw have organized a manufacturing company to beknown as the Rock Falls Novelty The City Council meets in regular session Emmons is building a new house for George Clark on Gray in Merrills addition Herman of the Peoples is tussling with a mild case of Iniluen zaepizooticla attention and street com missloner is called to the heaps of ashes rate bur streets every llta The Reserved Seat sale for the Wed nesday Club Concert will take place Wednesday morning at nine March at Mohans Music SALE consists of Great The Alonzo Hatch Opera which appears at the Academy of Music to night in the wellknown comic opera of Fra comes to usjwell re and will be a treat to all lovers of fine The company is thirty it car ries a very fine orchestra and They have given splendid satisfaction in surrounding and from what of Ihcra we can recommend them to readers of the Real Estate City anil Farm Property and estem Lands for for dall and see wlmt we Offlrc Philip MILIEOQEVILLE AND FEED OF ALL KINDS AT LEW 3d Street ind 2d 0 tiia KEY enf JUnnr Stfttf li Spring Hats Stiff Soft Crush Hats Hats for GK 8AS AND STEAM Reops Wood Iron Repairing Promptly WILL TAKE DOWN Oooil Worknnd Fair i Under American ExprMt FINE STATIONERY hereby announce my self as a candidate at the coming town meeting for the oflice of Collector of the Town of ALBERT Dow has opened an office in his fathers drug ready to heal the day or The Eureka Company is shipping large numbers of their road carts Jerry of Rock and of are to be mar ried Thursday of has removed to Rock and occupies the Nichols and Shepard Smiths Foundry is still jdle on ac count of the sickness of the Let us suggest that when next the pretty lady stenographer atone our tete vwituhernest the bjindabe Some curious chap might the is fitting up for occupancy the Button build ing near the On the return of one of our barbers from Sterling the other be found xis operating chair the the washstand in the and his mir ror in the He offers a ten cent cigar for information that will lead to the perpetrator of the It is rumored that James Kelley has sold bis restaurant to a party from Miss Corinne Sheldon departs this evening for her borne at called there by the sickness of her There will be a pound sociable this Wednesday at the residence of and The Young Ladies Missionary Socie ty meete even at LEGAL 1J By virtue of an execution In ckancory Issued out ot tlm Clerks olllce of the Circuit Court of Whlteslcle County and Stole of and to me whereby I am commanded to make the amount ot a certain Judgment recently ob tained Uohn conservator for lllram Ulnier insane and In favor of Charles out of the tene goods and cjiattlea of the said John conservator for Hlrain Olmcr In I have leviedon the following Commencing ten 10 chains west of the south cast corner of the northeast quarter li of sec tion eleht W range slxlfl east of the Jirr Uienw north li 84100 thence west 3 371 oo chains thence south 14 84100 chains thence east 3 37100 chains to the place of In WhltcalUe according to said I shall expose for sale at public auction all tho title and Interest of the above named John conservator of Hiram In and to the above described on the lid day of at 2 oclock at the south door of the Court House in the City of Dated at this fltli day of GEORGE Sheriff of Whlteslde Hurds Cream Marcus Wards Overland Cranes Slate Commercial and White BATES CON Tax To ALL PjtBaoNS INTERESTED You are uereby notified tliat at a sale of Lots and Lands for County and Spe cial Assessments due for tho year made In pursuance of law County Col at the Court House In White side on the 12th day of purchased the following Lots and and the time for redemption will expire by law June West halt lot Boyhton ft Wlndom survey it TBroadwayj block 3 A addition to Rock 2WO of went 1518 of sablot S of lot block Bapgood Merrills addition to Rock Lot block Areys addition to Rock Lots and east 85 feet of block 6 lots block In Lower Lota l and block 19 lot block 19 lot block 19 lot block In Upper Lot block In village of Lot H NE section town range 310 NE of NW section town range HE of NK section town range 4e Lot BE M section town range 51 BE of BW section town lot block east of Broadway lot east ot In city ot Bublot 1 of lot block Uapgood J GEORGE AT THE SIGN OF THE TWO Annual Sale A reunion of Blue and ing soldiers of the Federal and Con federate be held at Vicks burg from May 25th to The edi tor of the Sterling STANDARD and few others who ever Indulge in the rebel yell argument should go to Vicksburg and then they may be convinced that the war of the rebellion is ton Journal All the comment ueoeasary ou the above that had the writer of it tramped about that county with a knap sack on his back about thirty years and heard the rebel yell iu its Simon he would not make such a fool of himself LIKE our African ele phant will soon be a It is said that elephants were killed last yew or raw the selling price of which is estimated at PERCH ERON STALLIONS REAL Bargain ftlpngitlie Street Oar Summit Place and Fine Stock Farm cheaper than wild Houses and Lots below coat of AT March Oouimoncing at 11 I will sell to the highest and without QO head of Imported Feroheroa registered la tUe Freuds and American Stud all be ing iluely witb good style and Doe ac good oeavy aim all being ol servicea ble tour and five youra old belug good such aa bUok and dark Tula otter Is made In order to make room tor my uuw This lot ol homes la the bent bred and moat serviceable lot of horsen over and every horse told It aii average A credit ot three years time will be parties giving note with approved gala ralu or Lunch served At Volo Isou the lUlnola Central Bailroad and the 24 miles gonth ol lJ mllea north ol iu rallea west at and 39 miles east of tsr Send tur CorreapouUeufta no LKVl Several Farrns in Wbiteside Fine Store Buildings in Sterling and Rock Nnmerous Houses in both Several Fruit and Vegetable Gardens on W Fine Iniprovod Farms in Several Fine Farms ini ICaueas and Several Store Buildings iu Sterling aad Stocks of and Money to Loan in Large   

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