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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - April 3, 1890, Sterling, Illinois APRIL BUSINESS DENTAL care rlren to goM man tea fcrldM and to tthffl Offlce on Third DD Ofllet In First H atlonal Bank BKr Jift OHee ow Hoek Office on Third adjotainc Crta Illinois RAILWAY TIME THE CHICAGO AND HORMESTERN Going Going Ailantlc ItcnVit Overland Clinton Sterling Tho Omaha Clinton rnwongw and Sterling Piisnenger rnn except All other tralnn Freight train going wetlat 730 etfclB Attorneys at A TTORNEt AT XX roomt I and eorner Third imd Manahan AT ATTORNYS 7 end of BOHUNGTOS AQU1NCT Going 41 Arrive from M FMSOTger connects with eaiit and on Clinton Branch with R at Hock Icland cast and west with main line for wceU Council and Mid for KanMW City and Going EMU B rrti IS Arrive from ml ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Going doing Pm Walter A TTORNKY AT Office over cC A TTORNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 A LIOITORS IN orer geeferi Drug ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SO LICITOR m am Bterllng HatlotuU III A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR jfl AT LA NOTARY PUBLIC A Offlce orer Sterling National Telephone Line Klin A TTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC A JUST10B OT THK Collectlona atUndad U JUfcn UrHrit NaUopal STERLING CORBRCTKD KVltnY THURSDAY MORNING V bu old a HogSl live FARM ib W 3 0003 W Morris Hun son Anthriicllc J V Banks and The Sterling National p ENERAL Prompt and careful attention given to all HOUSE PAPER HANGER AND Shop In Darta Wcboia lint 1 front Phyaloiana Anthony PHYSICIANS AND In Anthony cornet Ftiat and FpartU r HOMEOPATHiC Offlce and roome 10 Kaet Third Baaldimce No Ml Second I to 10 1 to 6 T to a ORIPIOIAL 1C DISEASES A Union Third VI June AND SURGEON X Academy of Mnalc HesldenceQalt THAT MOSES DILLON Carries Die prlucipal slock of Our township election here passed off There was no opposition to Bell for or to Virgil Ferguson fovAssistant Supervisor for second Powell and Wetherlree were the with the result in favor of Wether There wfia opposition to Teats for town nor to Mor gan for nor to Mangan and James Harden for trustees of the old Em Daniel Long divided the votes for with more than two to one in favor of The same can be said In regard to the race for Commissioner of Highways the vote was more than two to one in favor of Adams as against Boyer has made a first class road and he loses nothing in the estimation of his friends by being Powell had a very popular man put up against and he was unfor tunate by having it rumored on the morning of election that he had with The vote is BS follows J R Assistant V S 9CO C A 000 and C R Town J C J A J B 008 Daniel Commissioner of Robert 653 George M Trustees of town John W 043 S T 912 and James 7 Total number of votes so far as we could learn up to Wednesday were as follows Nevltt Slocum Effner Fassett Blge For Thos Beswick and G W Howe received the same number of The question yet to be George Jambrin Wm Beswick H C Conrady com F F Williams Al fred IIF Batcheller H P Price W B Brown collect J II Phelps R Mc Ilmoyl and a vacancy in the board of commissioners was filled by the elec tion of O Rogers Fred Sears E D M Coe N J F Leonard B Jackson J E Greenrhnn 5eo II Lutyena commisaion W E Ilnrlbert school De J W Ross 11 H Hoover Jacob Ilollinshead J P Green II T Knight James UNION S R Hall Wm An nenr R Hulett II F Boydt R T J tie T J Beach Fnmong Minstrels Will appear at the Academy of Music next April This one of the most reliable companies on the and never was known to give anything but a firstclass enter All who wish to good nigger show can find It at the Academy next Monday night TT T TCT 3511 ThU If t Tntft with ttrtHf fad nd rmdailfd pteuUTC to every raotmn tff the rt tttnlne the hcrnll lay tnd ntffit wii Endows lot Qowtioni tobe rMMftnd HIM by tne Mcdiri men of Ann Arbot tnd In both Unif enlt you Addret KEEPER A 1LU City ana Fail Property am testum for for tKT dill nnil are what Offce at Philip M TTOMBOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Jtl Offlce and residence second door north of city 407 First TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Building BE WEE In Whltealde KOCK 0 answer calls day or from Mr Real Estate Adam TEAL IN8U JX Money Loaned on Retl and Ftnooal OfflM neildooito Bterllng Nttlootl PAID FOB Oralii TU8TIOE OP THE COL J LKOTION AOHNT NOTABT flto tn rtllabU tH Tblid I have a large stock of very nice three and four 7ear old APPLE TBD They are ol varieties as do well In tola vicinity and are very Among them are the Eoman OBAB8Whitneys 20 and and OHBBBIEUBMly Blohmondand Eng lish BHADB TBHBSOatalpaand Hard Ma and and eight varieties ol PRICE OF APPLE each 92 per dozen per trees at 100 DFenton Jiaiadhilirasseasorrtieorge Neer col lector J CFabeif commlssloneryE M Peckham A D This town decided by vote to pay the dis trict road and property tax in G A Potter I C Pinkley Joseph Burns col Jas Mahaney Emanuel John Dyer clerk J P Hook Oliver E col Rufus E Dade Horace L GARDEN Parker W P Parker A B Abbott collec B C Startzman A B Abbott M Rock Falls The Young Ladies Missionary Soci ety will give a shadow Lyle returned from Penn whence he went with the remains of Oliver Dennis of Visited here the past A Wallace of Is visit ing friends Warren departed for New York on Monday called thence by death of an Scott gave a tea last evening at the residence of his Rich with a delightful party after wards at his A a party at tier KomeTlast Monday compli mentary to Wallace of Normal sold his handsome sorrels on for to a gen tlemen from and now goes About The old Lyman Baker store is being refitted for a a brass founder from has taken up his abode with departed from our midst very suddenly last and Is regretted by a host of Uncle John Mason was out upon the streets on election of was In town Vernon The little Vernon re seven and ten will give a entertainment in the ChrTstlttFcliurchr this on Wed nesduy April 9 25 cents 15 The Vernon children at the last night were thewonder of those who heard There were three of seven and ten years of and the little fellows arereally musical The instruments used were violin and and the little fiveyearold who manipulated the cello was not half as tall as the Rapids The boiler of the Wallace school leaked this No great dam age was but school was dismissed the For Belva so says an Seems to me we have heard that name somewhere afore iTjs a wonder that some enterpris ing politician hasnt thought of mak ing good roads a political The nne Shetland Tohy will stand dur ing the season nt my One Mile Southeast of Penrose He li a handsome spotted weighing Wio 40 Inches white and black At same Young Pony Stock and Half moods For PONY HARNESS a Correspond IF YOU TO BORROW MONEY And have the peciirity to I can furnteh yon all you want O LEGAL Chancery IDelays ITp HT Oomo and pee Gait Suite of County of Intlio Circuit Court of wild to tlie May Tliomas Williams Ooorge plckey The Unknown Heirs of Itcbecca deceas In Notice Is hereby given to said OeoraB Dick ey and to the Unknown Heirs of said Rebecca that said Thomas Williams IMS filed his will In in the above enti tled in the above named against the said Heorge Dickey and the said Un known Helra oFReuecca which milt Is now andthat summons has Is sued returnable to tue said of said tn he held at the Court House in In snld Whlteslde on the Second Monday when and unless the said Dickey and theUnknown Heirs of Hebeccn Dick apiwar and plead or an swer to said the same will be taken as by 13W4 Chancery Cattle and Poultry Food r THORLEYS FOOD find all kinds of HUUe of I Whlteslde In Fletcher Hollls and Eva May by Kletch or her father and next voniplatu John Hollls and Nellie Public notice Is hereby that In pursu ance of a decree entered in said court on Febru ary Walter Special Master In Cluincery In said on the Mth tlay of at the hour of 10 oclock In the forenoon of that at thefront door of the Ilist office In uie cltyot Itock offer lorsale and selltotlio highest for cash In the promises or dered In said decree to be so as to wlt Lot two In block sixteen In the village now cltylof Kock the County of Wnlteslde Special Master In MANAHAH llw4 20 THE HUBBARD MANUFACTD BY During Donaldsons absence In Dr FBAMK will ttllall Frank Cochran Till CITY ON AND RUBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any kindto JAPANESE Lanterns and Colored Lights For in any at L WERNTZV 309 309 W H Colcdrd and JosE Harrison were tie drew cuts Colpord L D Fraser Wm Lawyer Crom H C McCray D C Ed Bovine Martin Coleman J Donahue asses J Sohauff J Devlne J C James Dinsmoor J K Carolus 0 E Fanning W H H Stewart commis Chas G Jonas H Baer J C Maxwell Henry Gulnther Eli Tillman C G Wolf Oliver Cleaveland J ft Webpll Henry Wetzell Charles Lane Annual Report of State ol County of f M TOWN OF I Ofllce ol Town f following Is a statement by Supervisor or Town ol In tlie County and ol the amount of public funds received and expended by him during the llscal year lust ending on thuasth day of showing the amount of public funds received by him from hla amount of public funds received and from what sources the amount of public funds expended and for what purpose during said fis cal year ending as The gald being duly sworn doth BATES CONANT Smokers BLOCK DININQ JUBT OPENED AT ONE OF THR RE8TAJUBAHTS STEAM DYE GENTS CLQTUJWQ DTED AHD BEPAIBED Io Urstclasa or no Abo LADIES Dress Dyed to any shade or receive prompt IX at alt Oyatont W W Noyes H Daggett L H Pratt collec B Button O MOUNT Oscar Wood G Diefendorf J N Ralrd col A Mathew W S Boyer H B C Miller II M Baraum Charles Sturtz col Wm McNeil Theo Frank N G Van Saut B B Echlebarger J L YanSleeton W W Blean John Kauff man commis Jerome Marehall Chas A Pleasant About younglpeople met at the home of and Arm near Bound on Friday evening of last Armstrongs folks did all in their power to entertain their and a very merry time they had in it appearsas though every one came with the determination to make himself or herself and all oth ers present The company met at about halfpast seven and so jovial were they that there were no thoughts of returning home until the wee hours of the and at one after spending one of the hap piest evenings of a as was ex pressed by a number of the they departed for their respective the evening Jukes was more than usually and kept all near him in roars of laughter by his witty and comical Misses Mangan and of enter tained the company by numerous duets and Jukes also gang seve ral and Coe caught the and brought the house down comical Dutch and Irish of also sang one of his oldtime illustrating the young man who was not RS fortunate as or he would have had a wife this young man went courting the old gray as the song Instead of the 8 At about ten oclock the company partook of a bountiful which the company betook themselves to games with an enthusiasm which meant until the hour of de parture when all quietly de parted with the consolation that Armstrongs ia the place to spend an evening that is not to be ONE WHO WAS e ga depose and that the following statement by him subscribed ia ft correct statement of Uie m amount of public funds received by him from his the amount of public funds received and the sources from which and the amount expended and purposes for which ex as set forth In said Jt Subscribed and sworn to before me Funds Ilecelved and From What Sources Amount of public funds on received by my Hie day of 72 July from Treasurer back 8785 67 Funds Expended and For Wliat Purposes Paid town hall 77 Paid town 8180S B7 AU EH Kempster A X Booth W Clifford col Rockford ia to have another daily pa and the Star of thjit city saya of it The new east side paper will have a little of on4heir Managing Editor Marean is Local Editor Johnson is a and Hilton a and Collecting Editor Wwaeld to ft A law providing that railway em ployes who have worked twentyfour consecutive hours shall not resume until they have had eight hours haa passed by the Ohio Annual Beport of State of Wulleslde TOWN OF The following Is a full statement of the finan cial affairs of the Bald Town of pre nared by Supervisor of said lorUie year ending the 26tli day of ol balance on band at close of last preceding 28 amount of tax levied the lea year lot payment of town luatiuv edneai and charges SCO 00 3dThe amount collected and paid over to the present Supervisor by the Includfna dog 05 The amount collected ana paid over to the present Bupervisor by the County Collector V Total 78 Deduct amount of tax leyeld lug 20000 Leaving total amount IBM 78 amount paid out by Bu and the account on which the same was Including amount paid on the na ture amount ol guoU Indebt and amount showing ho w much on principal and bow much on interest la as follows Amount paid put on account of Commissioners of 85 BO Amount paid out ou account ol Town w Amount paid out on account ol hall andofflea SOW Amount paid out on account of Town Amount paid out on account ot blanks and blank 16 47 Amount paid out on account ol sheep Wiled by MW Amount paid out on account of Town Assessor part 75 00 Amoinit paid out on account ol other own 8 ott interest on balances CHAMBERLIN Total amount paid For in Bteriteg or Book 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