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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - March 20, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                EIGHT MARCH BUSINESS JOrt DENTAL ftpeebu ore ftm to gold crown fid to children GM glrel when on Third Offiet to Tint Bank Btnv D am on Thlrt gdjolnlng Ortn Uliooto Attorneys at I ATTORNEY AT aad TtlM toeiist Manahan ATTORNEYS AT XV a rootna J and Minnie KAILWAY TIME THeCHICABO NORTHWESTERN Going Going Atlantic Denrer 440 Overland Clinton Ml Sterling ThB Clinton riiiwcnKft Sterling PuMiirar rrm cxcffpt All other Frflelit tralp tt going efwt ct cam BURUNGTON A QH1NCI OolnK 49 Arrive from 41 Oping B Arrive from 70 77 PkMwneer 86 with tislnn cant and went on Ollnton Branch with H nt Hock Iclsnd weal wlthmAln line for points Council and and for Kanww City and JUJSOIS CmftAL AT Uolne Going Paesenger 1UI6 Watter ATTORNEY AT Office orer Sterllnj A TT6RNKY8 AT LAW AND 80 LtOITORtt IK OfflM orcr Kecferl Drag A TTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 Ji IJdlTOR IN HU ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOT ART PUBLIC A OfflM over fltorllnr National Line Ring A TTORNEY AT NOTARY FUBLIO JTJST10B OV THB Collection atuniad to to Jrtrat National Banks and The Sterling national riENERAL vT Prompt and careful attention ilvea to all 1 HOUSE PAPER HANQBR AND Bhop la WtbVi front STERLING CORllKOTED THttMDAV 18 2 2MMO Uvit V 75 00 V ooftH FAKM p V 004W M Morris oo 7 H 1 W V I llase From present Sterling is likely to have a base ballteari the coming A few of our Utters of the game have been agitating the and a movement Is now on foot to get up a club and enter the Illi Base Ball If this is accomplished it will be nec essary for the managers to deposit 9400 ahdglye nbond for that they will not pay their club to exceed 8000 per Under this Sterling would get sixty games during the and the explained to us by appears to be a safe one fot the subscribers to the There is no doubt but what out club last advertised us very and we believe that a good club properly would do us good this in the same Council A regular meeting Of the City Coun cil occurred on The EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT Phygioiana Antfony A PHYSICIANS AND Ofloa la Antboay comer Flrtt araaM aaa HOMEOPATHIC and rooma Ho lOKutThlrdatreoi giirtlnnm 611 Second Office M 1 to 1 to B riBIPIOIAL IO DIBBASBS A MOSES DILLON Cnrrlea Ilic principal stock of PHYSIOIAN AND Room Academy at Music Mt HOMEOPATHIC PHYSIOIAN iGnVfland residence second door north ol city JOT First JrVJT TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN XI OfflwowBrelungo Hoek Heady or from MT CO Building SEWER DRAIN Mayor and all the Aldermen were pre and the rooms were tilled with spectators and all anxious to hear the bids read for the comple tion of the Avenue B Sewer Avftor the transaction of some routine the clerk was instructed to open and read the Elevtn con tractors bad Sled but one of these had omitted to enclose the required de posit of hence It was not The following were the as tabula ted Council Kaclue Construction Rife RHey Rockford Construction As will be the bid of the llaclne Construction is the and to it the contract was The city attorney presented anordi nance iu relation to the City Which was after which the Council adjourned to even ing at The Soldiers attending the en campment at delegates from made an intersting visit to the Soldiers We have picked In Whitealdo FOtt iVX 1 S M m S Steal Estate Adam RBAfc INSU RANCB AHD OQLLBOTINQ on U8TIOB OP THE OOL UKmOJSAQKHT Mn vm TWW THE HUBBARD BY Donaldsons absence tn wW OU all I hava a largestoclc ol rery nloa three and tour year old Tliey are of such varieties do well In this vicinity and are very Among them tire the Boman and do nnd and OHBBBIffiUEftrljBlohmondaud Eng lish SHADE Hard Mft Baspberrles and and eight varieties of PRICE OF APPLE each per dozen per 25 trees at 100 out our quarters and a little more wear and tear is all that is necessary to make us eligible for This Home was opened three years during that time in mates have been There are now 900 present About 120 are buried iri the Soldiers and quite a number are away on The average age of the soldiers that go there is 59 and they are from nearly every county in The Rock Falls Ellsworth whose illness has been noted several Tues and will be buried Thursday at 2 He leaves a wife but no His age was 23 yeara and he was highly esteemed for his genuine The disease was Our firemen are loud In their praise of the royal reception extended to them by the Sterling Fire Department at the banquet Tuesday Teb Williams has moved his and household goods to the rooms the 1eopiea and Parker returned last Friday from a weeks visit to Gnind 8300 was the amount loaned by our Association last Monday The gain on stock in the first series is per just 40 cents per share more than can be shown by the Associations at hasretnoved br the rooms over his at cor ner of Main and May Scott and Banker Bush Chicago Thursday and will attend the banquet at the Palmer House Friday to be giv en by the Hahnaman college Miss Corlnne Sheldon is home from MlssBernie Sheldon starts to Pitts tomorrow to visit an ard will remainthrough the Payson is In Tampico this The residence property of Miss Addle on Elm was sold yes terday to Andrew who will occupy It A grand to be given at the residence of Harvey Packer in the near is one of the joyful events in Joseph Pannenbacker was called to Amboy on Sunday by the death of his who has been ill for a long Ho was 70 years of and a prominent citizen of We are sorry to learn that Andrews has resolved to remove his factory to but we are told that his growing business demands this His lease in the Industrial building 1ms ibeen Falls Novelty An entertainment is to be held at the Congregational church tomorrow Estate Ail Us HEf Spring Hats Stiff Soft Hats City anil Fail Properly aM Western Lands for Change of JOSEPH COOK at Morrison House March instead of March as advertised last Tickets Annual Town Notice is hereby given to the inhabi tants and legal voters of the Town of County of Wliitesldfe and State of that the Annual Town Meeting for said town will be held at the Mrenherchor in said on the First Day of April nextTbelhg the first in said for the following purposes choose a Moderator to pre side at said elect one Supervisor two Assistant one Town one one one Com missioner of and three Trus tees of the Town Cemetery act upon any additional subjects which in pursuance of come before said meeting at the proper when Which meeting will be called to order betweenthffhoursof elglir aTitTnifiB oclock in the Given under my hand this Both day of Town Hovel Cu A company la being formed to Intro duce a new street car which ia to be driven by compressed air applied at along the It is aaaerted by the controllers of the invention that the rosvda operating this syrtem can be built and equipped for less than half the cost of cable car lines that the speed can be instantly and accurately regulated up to twentytwo miles an hour that the cost of operation will be three cenU per mile ai against nine or ten cents with cable or horse cars that curves with a radius of but twenty feet and steep hills offer no difficulties to the The manner of revertting and regulating the motion of the cars is declared to be prac tically York Commercial An observant friend remarks that L in the meat successful always I hereby announce my self as candidate for Assessor of the Town of subject to the wishes of the taxpayers of said I hereby announce my self as a candidate at the coming town the Town of ALBEKT Framk Cocliran TUI CITV OK ROBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any kind to JAPANESE Lanterns and Colored Lights For In any at L 309 Locust 309 STEBLINO STB4M Smokers Bis CLOTHWQ mm m mmm In no Also LADU38 Dress to any shads or Ait woft sent to us receive prompt first yearit cost 8105 to maintain the inmates of the Last year it cost The national government pays half the 8ergt George member of 76 who went from this haa been there three and lie Is the oldest in yeara and in service ot any old soldier He now has charge of Cottage aud he has 83 old soldiers under his He is also chaplain of the Post at the Home which has a membership of are indebted to Comrade Newton for being shown over the different and for the substantial lunch of bread and but boiled molasses and Everything about the Home seems to be kept aa clean and neat as a new It is the homelike place for poor old soldiers that we have Ma jor Rowland is in charge and widow of the former Com Is the Is a good kind and many a poor eick soldier has received a mothers care from also from who was sick for a long but he Is now able to be It is a sad sight to go into the hospital department and seethe the ill and the and to knpw that in many cases the wtares of these men are in the county poor or being cared for by some faithful friend or About a hundred of these poor fellows die every This rate will rapidly increase as the soldiers grow The people from all over the country send many different articles to the There are to be seen there as nice quilts as one wishes to in some cases the different patches have the donors names worked on Others have flags and cannons and pic tures of soldiers worked on They have a pleasant library room and one of their great needs is more to papers and We ran across one old soldier who used to be an engineer on the and his run was through here In 1868 and He now has charge of a uatae is H If you want to feel unutter able sad go and visit the Soldiers Again thT papers say that Freeport is going to have a new depot TWsls ajittle like our street Were going to have bat it looks as though the Lprd only knows is to have a new railroad a new bicycle aa4 a new Catholic church this Wftgw of farm aauda ia Ogle county OFFICIAL mid we what w at PMlifl Xireit MIUEDQEVUIE AND FEED OF ALL KINDS AT LEW 3d Strut i 2t QA8 AND STEAM Eeeps Wood Iron Promptly TAKE DOWN Work mid Pnlr Prices Under American Exprm Which I have prepared for the last seven is constantly I attribute it to the fact that it is an article of and ia sold at a price below that of the patent arti cles now flooding the A I Medij get a bottle of this blood puri F the removal of the frame buildings their lots fronting Main Streets are in good condition once There is some agitation of the new brldgeBohemewttti uer generally the people this side ara not particularly interested in the pro The tax collector will return his books to Morrison this after which time taxes may be paid at the Peoples The protracted meetings the Un ion church held by Drew for the last six closed last Sunday even Several members were added to the The participants inthe Crowvllle lyceura met at Detweilers Hall last Monday and they meet Fosters next Saturday to Our tax Eli has received notice from County to get there and he will return his books March Al on the Powers farm Js the proud father of a young candidate for the All hands are doing well Ira Madison has juat secured a fine stallion from David James Anderson has a carload of as fme fat steer aa you usually knows bow to make them Ad Jacob shipped a carload of line fat cattle last Ad divides his time between fancy horses and fancy Gilbert is courting at Morrison this and Dennis is giving the nursingbottle to the small pigs and in Johns Butcher Buckingham has stored away about fifty Wns of ice for his own use and that of his neighbors next sum Last season be sold about 83000 worth of doing nearlysaUthe work even to peddling through the country all this in the as does not kill fo the QUEER AND A captured ia kl rsady years of died 104 in in his work entitled Natur states that be has Been fal con tbftt was 168 yean birds reach an of from 12 to IS ia the but thoie flying at liberty in their native inlands reach more advanced Circuit Deputy Sheriff awl Superintendent of Vlrsll Qeorge Highway AnBon Juatlccg of tlio John John Police Superlntcudent of Chief Fire City First John L George Qeorge John FINE STATIONERY Academy of March THE EVENT OF MEW In their Great Corned The Lottery of Love The Finest Organization that1 Appeared in PRICES W 75 Ever Hurds Cream Marcus Wards Overland Cranes Slate Commercial and White BATES LEGAL HutU trotu SbMroter wife pf a nillioflftlre real estate dealer 9 started out to wuke eoma She Uipped at the eutranca of the residence of ft friend and broke aer A doctor was who administered chlo roform aod proceedeci to set the The piste of a fftbe tooth which Biadlay wore unknowu to the doctor dropped into her throat and COT her kbe was dead before it was So Maine attached to Chancery State of 1 Whltaslde In Circuit February Fletcher Hollls and Eva May by Fletch er her falhur and next Jolm Samuel Frank rfoltls and Nellie Public Is hereby that pursu ance ol a decnw outered In mid court on Febru ary Walter Special Master in Chancery in said on HM dav of at the hour o 10 oclock k the orenoQpot tliat at the Iront door of the Pout Office In lie city ol Hook offer for sale and sell to the lilgtjest for In the premises or dered in said decree to be so as wit tot two In sixteen the village uow city of Koek tu the CHAMBERLIN Hoyse Renting Special Master IB UANAIIAN liwi Executors Estate ol MAULON State ol Twebv gives thai will appear lielsrs tiie County Court of WlutMlda ttt the Cuunty Court Konw Iu at Uie X of tlio iloiwkiK n at which Uuie all ptrsoue having claims mtulast eaiala are uotuieu aud to attend tor the purpose of having the aarne fed Alt iwfwiiu to wake tp For Rent in Sterljag or   

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