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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - March 27, 1890, Sterling, Illinois E3IGIIT VOL 23 1890 IL50 A Bptcfel can given gflM ctowa tod to Qu ihrsa whn on TnW o la Flrft Natlout D ottr Hock OttM M Third adjotnhw Ona IlUnota Attorneys at ATTORNEY AT I and BeU oner Ttlrt and Locaat Mannhun A ATTORNEYS AT Patents a rootna T aid Acadraii of Miulc Walter ATTORNRY AT over RAILWAY TIME THE CHICAGO AND Going Going Atlantic Drover Overland Clinton Sterling KiW The Ex Clinton Pntseneer and Sterling PaMeDRer eicept All Freight train going west at going Mtt ot m carry BURLINGTON I QU1NOI 8 Pameii 1C 4J Arrive from Arrive from n M 77 41 FaiMnzcr 86 with cut and welt on Clinton Branch with A It M Rock Inland erwtand went with main line for Conncll and tod for Kansas City and ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT A ATTORNKYS Din f AT LAW AND 80 XX HOITORS IK Drag ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SO LICITOR IN ma Sterling National HI A TTORNBY AND OOUNflKLOR AT NOTARY PUBLIC A Offloi over Htcfline National Telephone Line A TTORNEY AT NOTABY PUBLIC A JTJHT10B OF TH1 Collectioni atteadtd to to FUit National Banks and The Sterling National V Prompt and earefol atteotloa given to ill HOUSE PAPER tUNOBR AND Shop IB Davla A Webafg tint front STERLING COBBKCTKO HVltnY THURSDAf V oUl w a 88 Barley i 100 Cftttio 2 ooa oo V head 3 ooai oo 3 80 Turkf IWe welgbt g FARM zo 8 28 V ton 3 M Morris Run 800 Anthracite 1 00 ft 3W Phyeioiane Anthony A J Office la Anthony coraor Fliat aad Fourth tTOMEOPATHIO and rooms 10 Bart Third street BMldeuce oil Office I1U 10 PUSRASES A SPECIALTY TJnloa Third EL EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON the principal stock ofr ONE of our ffee trade contemporaries asks the STANDARD if it meant what It when it made the statement that imposed a duty of 80 cents per pdund on the DARD meant more than that It to be more that the English tariff duty 6n imported manu factured tobacco is from 84 to 92 ceuts a and to is 104 to 116 per The duty on cigars is 132 cents per pound tea 12 coffee 3 and 4 cents these come free in this Some the other articles paying im port duties are tarriff on these yield the government nearly one fourth what it requires for the Ordinary sup port of the To make up the other three fourths of the running expense of the taxes are levid on both owners andrenters of land and houses on men In this free traders the public debt pet in was while ours was 63 In 1889 the labor statis of England show her population according to occupation as follows agricultural and industrial laborers unoccu and twen ty millions or people unoccu is hard to comprehend how our free traders can see anything in in dustrial or economic England that is worthy of transplanting intoour coun tryci8he is Bwarmingwitb paupers her wages is very low her laborers live much poorer than ours her public debt Is nearly six times ours per and with not one tenth the facilities of diminishing It would ba well if our free traders would sit down and thoughtfully consider these Rock Falls Streets are getting Bush and Scott re turned from Joel who works for of was badly hurt on Tuesday by the overturning of a load of which he was bringing to The wind was very high and blew the load throwing the driver to the ground In falling lie struck against bridge of JilsnoseaniTlacorating his Van near whose resi dence the accident brought the injured man to arid Scott dressed his AT THE RINK Friday occurs the rncfffor the championship of Everybody is Good Lots of Silver Fox Silver gray foxes hate become remarks ably plentiful in Haifa dozen of them have been shot during the It is worth a mans while to get the hide of for it is worth from IS to William of got one the other and in a peculiar lie was out hunting rear the burner shop and it wna not long before his fox hoiuid took a following it with unusual Soon the dog ratne to ft halt in adeep wood and at the foot of n thick black whose pendent branches almost swept Round about the tree went Parker sev eral for the trackn stopped at the and he was puzzled until he peered up into the old Then there was a flash of silver gray in a thicket of ever green needles not less than a dozen feet from the Parker blazed away Into the streak of gray and down tumbled a A recent decision of the court main tains that if a man wants to go faster than another ahead of him on the road he is he has a right to and if he IB prevented the and an accident should happen the man thus obstructing the road is re sponsible for the damage No man has a right to infringe upon the rights of in trying to Buttons Uncle Toms Cabin will appear at the Academy of Mu sic March witb a matinee at There will be a big parade at This is one of the oldest and Uncle Tort com All kinds of Wa ter Milk Ladders and Pickets for sale at MOSES BAIN Will deliver the last lecture of the course given by the of at the Opera Satur day April Everybody come and hear Tickets 25 hereby announce my self as candidate for Assessor of the Town of subject to the wishes of the taxpayers of said hereby announce my self for the position of Collector of Sterling at the approaching spring hereby announce my self candidate at the coming town meeting for the ofllce of Collector of the Town of Jnne J AND T Room Academy of Muilc Gait Jtf HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office and rnslrtonce second door north of city 407 First OMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office brer FallalReady anawer calls day or from XT Real Estate Adam REAL IN8U BANOB AND COLLECTING Money Loaned on Real ud Personal OHoe nturt door to Sterling 8 ter TU8TICB OP TEHE OOL J LECTION AGENT NOTABY ISEWER DRAIN In Wbitealde PAID POK LTOTION AOBST NOTABY I Tin In nllabla Ua WaM Tblrd I have n large stock of very njce three fonr year old TB1P They are of such varieties as do well In this vicinity and are very Among them are the Bomui and OB aoatfa PLTJ M and OHHBBIlDbBftrlr Blobmond and Bng llah Baspberrlea and and eight varletlea ol PRICE OF APPLE each 13 per dozen per 26 trees at 100 beg leave to announce thename of as a candidate for re election to the ofllce of Highway Com missioner for SterlingTownship at the approaching electlon Chancery State of Whlteslde In the Circuit Conrtofsald to Uifl Muy Thomftii Williams George Dlfhey and The Unknown Heirs ot Beliccca deceai In Notice Is hereby given to said Qcoree Dick ey MtiU to theUnknownIIeln of Kebecco that wild Ttiomm hiu filed his bill In In tlie above enti tled In the above named against the said George Dickey nud the said Un known Heirs ofRoliecca which suit Is now and tlml summons haa nned returnable to the said May of oald to held at the Court House In In said Whlteslde on the MonOnv nf when and unless the said QeorgA Dickey and the Unknown Heirs of Rebecca Dick appear and plead or an swer to said the same will be taken as touted by 13W4 Clerk of said Chancery State ol I Wblleslde f8S In Circuit February Fletcher Hollls and Eva May by Fletch tr her father and next complain John Samuel Frank Hollls and Nellie Public notice It hereby that In pursu ance of a decree entered In said court on Febru Walter Special Master In Chancery In said on the uth day of at the hour of 10 oclock In the forenoon of that at the front door of the Post Office In the city ot Bock offer for sale and sell to the highest for cash In the premises or dered In said decree to be to as to wlti Lot two In Mxteen In the village now city of Kock In the County of Wblteslde and Blale of WALTER Special Master In MANAHAX liwi Annual Report of Supervisor State of County of Town or I Office of Town f The following Is a statement by James Supervisor ol the Town of In the County and Btate of the amount ot public funds received and expended by him during the ducal year Just ending on the 24th day of showing the amount of public funds on baud at the commencement of said fiscal the amount of public funds received and what sources the amount of public THE HUBBAHO MANUFACTO BY During Donaldsons abseuce In FaAKjt will flU all Frank Codiran TBI OK AN0 Smokors Tr His BLPOK PALL J08T OPBNKD AT Goner TUrl mi locust ONBOFTHK Id ROBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any to JAPANESE Lanterns and Colored Lights For in any at L 309 Locust 300 Heals and la auy at all Glvo a STEAM PYE CLOTJUINQ TO AND BEPilRED ID or 00 Also LADIES Dress Dyed to any shade or work Kent to uswtu receive prompt If Matt Potts iserectinga new house juat aoiith of the Congregational ouurchj r departed Saturday for on pleasure our new appears to be working into a good No doctor in town and folks bad to depend on Billy of is work Ing as assistant In Teb Williams bar Joseph tourist for the Sterling Mf g has returned home from a protracted of the Eureka went to The lecture at the Congregational Churchlast Friday night was addressed to the of who attend ed in a and it was quite interest Burris Brown shipped a carload of horses to Chicago last Houses are still very scarce and in clerk for Blckford has accepted a position as general agent for the Aetna Insurance and will enter upon the dis charge of the duties of his new posii tlon of the Sterling Watch has leased the Jonas Stur tevant and will occupy it April Panneubscher returned from He had been absent since the death and burial of his father at two weeks Hull Sohofield is waxing anxious for the owner of that crippled gray mare to to call around and relieve him of the pay the fullfledged embry onic and an incipient million aire were among the uotaUle callers at our one day last The big girls were duly and the little folks properly John Newton is sick with tonail The grand musicals that was to have occurred 6t Harvey Packers last has been postponed to some time next Elaborate prepara tions are in Scotts office has been refitted and refurnished in elegant Edwin an employe at the pa per was caught in the shafting last and seriously al though not necesaarUy Scott and Frank Anthony dressed his hereby announce myself as a candidate for the offlce of Highway Commissioner for Sterling at the approaching ROBERT OFFICIAL County Staton MaMur In County Circuit Depnly Sheriff out Superintendent Of Virgil Highway Amon JnsuccB ot the Jobu John x Police Soporlutendent of Chief Fire City Flrat John L George A George W John depose and that the following statement by him subscribed Is a correct statement of the amount of public funds on hand at the commence ment of the fiscal year above the amount of public funds received and the sources from which and the amount expended and purposes for which as set forth m sftld JAMua 8nbscrlbcdand sworn to before me his aitli day of Justice of the Funds Hecelvcd and From What Sources Amount of public funds on hand at the commencement of the Dscal commenclngtlie 20th dayof M 03 I88a March Itecelved from W A Con Collector Kta OS Mnrch Received from WAGon dog tax 73 BO llecd from A H Treasurer 37016 101393 Funds Expended and For What Purposes Paid town Balance on 483 87 93 City Fan Property ami fester Lands for for ull unrt tfe what we nf 1 IF1 YOU TO BORROW MONEY And have the JBLt fecurity to I v all you want G can furniph Come and pee BATES CONANT WALL Annual TIHIE Academy of ONE NIGHT AND MARCH STTTTOlsTS MAMMOTH DOUBLE UNCLE TOMS CABiN lie Ltfgeil Ton SHov on 2 CARLOADS OF SCENERY AND See OM Great Parade at NOTICE THE Matinee at eft The Amboy Journal enters its dozenth year this The Rockf ovd Construction Company baa secured the contract to pave aever al Marble Grapite DEALERS IN ALL KINDS ANDGBANITK And Cemetery Work ot all All Work Guaranteed to be FirstClass In every Give VIH a call before purchasing and bo convinced that wa put up the best work at the lowest Btate ot County of f TOWN OK Ofllce of Treasurer of Comrs of The following la a statement by George Treasurer of the Commissioners of High ways of the Town of In the County aud Suite of the amount of public luiiils received and expended by him during the fiscal year just ending on the 24th day of showing the amount of public funds on hand at the commencement of said fiscal the amount public funds received and from what sources the amount of public funds expended and for what purposes during said flsoal year ending as The said George being duly doth depose auf that the following state ment by him subscribed Is a correct statement ot the amount of public funds on hand at the commencement of the fiscal year above the amount of public funds received aud the sources from which and expended and purposes for which u set forth In said Subscribed and sworn to before me 21th day of Notary Funds Received and Prom What Sources Amount ot4ubllc funds on hand at the commencement of the fiscal commencing the 97th day of 138 80 May from 0 A Wetlier former In excess of above being funds turned over to him by Collector alter close of fiscal year and before I J291 M July from 837 69 March frm Towu Collector 800 oo as Funds Expended and For What Purposes on fa 60 8400 820 10 flso 13fi 11764 June 139 99 Sewer 480 24 so 652 July 87726 200 fl 00 340 D7 45 water and care of 25 oo 702 Sewer 770 2088 9981 on 171 27422 sa 78 2276 Sewer pipe and drain 24 63 11 47 IB 7080 40 38860 na is 2368 Legal aooo 19 20 2926 8267 70 1 76 76 Drain 268 March to laud lu 4 40 15 office clerical ana le mid Which I have prepared for the last r I attribute it to the fact that it is an article of and it is sold at a price below that of the patent arti cles now flooding the If you needing a Spring Medi get a bottle this blood puri it CHAMBERLIN j House Rentingrfollecting Hg gal servlcea 2600 fLabor To Treasurers coninuaalons pa 48003 Total paW i oa hand sasr 61 Farms and fruit tour the For Rent fa Starling or Book
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