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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - April 10, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                ty gp i S j APRIL SURGEONS is Had to childrens C when dwlmt on Third fii Office la ftttt NitloeH Bank Xfr Office on adjoining Crun lltoola Attorneys ATTORNEY AT fl roomi B anil Bellt Tblfdaail LoeHtt Manahah ATTORNEYS AT rooms 7 and Affcdeni ot Unite Walter ATTORNEY AT Offlw A ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SO LI01TORS lf Office over Drug ATTORNEY AT LAW ANb 80 LICITOR IN pate Sterling NsUonal 111 i ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR t JULAT tA NOTAHT PUBUO A Office over Sterling Nitloul III RAILWAY TlWtE THE GHICABO MORMESTERN R A I LWAM doing Going AUaAtfe EsprwHi 40 darted Otnshft Clinton Sterling Tie Omftht Bi Clinton ic 1MWnzer other uAlnx WMtat Noi m Sterllag PawCTger ton Mcnpt Freight train going iiEor and All BURUNGTON k QUlNCY S Arrlva from 7T 80 41 Arrive from 89 41 Painenger with train and on Clinton Branch with R at Hock If land and went with main line for Coancll and ami tut City and potnta ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Going Going Pawongcr PROPIIET8TOWN tnt St ATTORNEY AT NOTARY TOBLIO JWT1CH OF THK PXAOJL Collection Banks and Sterling National Prompt atul careful ettentlon riven to in PradOaU BVK11V THUnSBAY V bu old Outs Hurley 2B4MO LIVR 3HO 2 as r V 00 Ma4 60 live B J 0 FAUM Ib 10 Lard tfdoz B bti 25 V 3 no Morris Hun 800 Anthracite 7M loo Hi r HANQBB AND lint Bbop IB cwt rootcu Anthony A PHYSICIANS V Office la Anthony comer First art Fourth i j Or Sf Office and roomf 18 But Third street BesSdence 11 Second 1 OIAL 10 DIBBASKS A tJaloa Third HL v PHYSICIANAND SURGEON Room Academy ot Munlc Wt HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office and residence second door north of elty 407 First HOMEOPATHIC over Exchange Rock Ready 0 calla day or from Real Estate Insurances EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Gorrlca the principal stock LUMBER Building SEWER Wind Rain HallWamafe Bodily rooted Brokett of Last Monday the weather was sultry and and about seven oclock la the evening a cyclone of rain and struck the southern portion of onr sister cltyj The large grain elevator of Olmstead Mathls wao one of the first strnck by tho It was greatly torn and It contained about 6000 bushels of oats and and much of this was damaged by rain and had to be sold at a The lumber dry belonging to firm were also Loss In the neighborhood of no tornado The Q depot had part of thereof torn off and carried and it was other wise besides being started from its foundation The church was also started from its foundation but it did not father of Editor of this sustained quite a personal He had a barn 34x00 just roofed that day and this was flattened to the and his blooded horses Besides this structure Adams two other stables andhla house The large chimney of the public school building went crushing through the roof and injured the building con i A large two story house of Reyn olds was lifted from its foundation and crushed Into kindling The furn iture and everything in the building went with it Just before the storm the family had gone into tho notwithstanding this pre some of the family received bruises from flying pieces of Hammonds family all got Into the cellarexcept had put the children in the cellar and cov ered box for protec and then went to H down the when the storm crushed the house Into splinters and was among the ruins with her collar broken and otherwise The husband barely got the children out from beneath the box when the cellar began to fill with Hs injuries are the most serious of any they may prove George Coopers house Is badly in jured and his barn is blown to Several cars with brakes set were blown and one was blown along the track for some In Whlteslde EC EEAli IN8U aned on Retlnzd Penonal National f ttJSTIOE OF THE OOL J USOTIOH AGENT NOTARY i Sta PAID scon Grraixi Frank Coeliran LBAP8 Till AND Smokers THE HUBBARD MAHUFAOTD BY DrPonaldsouVabswioe In Californi will flli tt Try His 310 HUBfiER We furnish RUBBER 8TAMP3 of any kind to Thk fa new viUi t jfad tod t to inodofl hwuU rfay wit tat to be A men of Ann Aibor both Unl til In flutdoits or Pye4 to any shade or tsr All work smut to will pnanipt JAPANESE and Colored Ltghts For In at Locust 300 STERLINGS STB4M DYE CLQTUtNQ AHD A large hay barn belonging Hntchinson was parried onto a lot of Several of the animals were killed and the others were out of the Some forty houses were more or less the most of them having shingles ripped blown off and window glass In the business part of town but one building was stove that a used by Bald ihe front was torn corn cribs and porches number either injured or blown and very many trees were either split and or broken squarely The air was filled with and many pieces of lumber were carried a great The storm began with hail which is said to have covered the grpund to the depth of four was fol lowed by a deluge of accompanied by terrific thunder and and in the midst of rain and thunder and the roaring wind in its fury tore aud and twisted every that came In its that was not powerful enough to resist its The loss in Prophetstown Is esti mated at from to The people deserve have the sympathy of feeling person who hears of their and while the ravages of the storm is bad they can be very thankful that there was no loss df human and no very great Toward Deer Grove cyclone struck a large barn of Morris McCor micks and llew it to The boards and timbers fell on his drove of aud the stone foundation of the barn served to keep the weight ot the wrecked building from crushing the After some time the stock were cut out somewhat bruised Several houses in Hahuaman that were in the track of the storm were somewhat damaged la Tamplco the storm lasted about accompanied by severe wind and any apiount of Tbe damage dona by the bail is very great the west windows in some houses haying every pane brQken out The storm first struck the towu from the and afterwards veered around to uis southwest and tbe latter part of the storm ou the east Tbe Baptist church has windows on the and south and the iMttu the The was enough to cut jop twigs a bail Birds have been great prob ably rtve hundred dead birds were picked up under the flVerirreens of Tnmptco next Hail piled up In some places to the depth of two feet and varied in size very some as large as The side walks fences and grasaplats are speck eled by the denta made by the driving Farmers are coming in from the country from and judging from their reports the storm has covered a large The wind was severe at Tampico but it did no great The druggists and hardware are supplying a large demand for putty and A Thursday afternoon what had the broke out In the basement of the Mer cantile The upper two floors are occupied by the clock and until lately tbe lower floors were used by Reynolds who carried on quite an eJiWfiliVB upholstering The refuse matter used by sisting of bit of cloth and drippings of oils and had been allowed t6 generating a neat that finally ended in The dense vol umes of smoke handicapped our fire and it seemed as though the entire block together with Masonic Temple and Wallace House must be swept but reenforcements from Kock Falls came to the and finally the demon fire was brought un der The first and second floor Ing was mostly destroyed together with fine plate windows and brought the actual loss in the neigh borhood of fully At the time of the alarm of fully fifty people were at work in the build ing many of thembeing who made a panicky struggle down the row stairway the street The Masons turned out enmasseand with buckets of water prepared to save their was detailed to visit the cellar and see if there was any open Ing for a fire After moving many carloads of coffins belonging to Wlndom he finally found an old and true to his he sat himself down to guard the opening hours rolled when a second detach ment was sent out to Hnd who was found covered eyes and well still guarding the fissure in the and wondering how long it was to supper When informed that the fire had been out for some the falling of cofilns announced that something nad broken and that briefs were Vir gils favorite housekeeper for had her savings in a house bank beneath the pillow of ier She was restrained rrom rushing Into the burning building by force so wild was she over her threatened Council The last regular meeting of out city dada for their was held last Monday nightj with all present ex cept City Clerk being Alexander was made clerk assisted by and received permission to add to his house near the Congregational As the water tables of our City Hall building are of stone that absorb water and thus the dampness Is communicat ed tolthe brick the Building Committee was Instructed to Investi Easter April at SOTfen of blood Uie rfinlt bian aecfdental gnnjfaot QBOkOK rtdert sum of Jartwi awl 8n aged months io Ifeeaased bad Uvlng in different parts of the West for tho last ten and for the last three yean In Sioux where he received the Wound that ettcsed btt In falling health he came to his fathers hone In this place a tew days before last for rest and January 30 the surgeons Removed the bullet with which he 1 had been and after rallying from the shock of the he seetned to ahfl gave promise of proved oflly Tbe fatal poison had gone too tar lu Its deadly sturdy frame gradually shrank his manly slowly broln twame paralysis fol after two weeks of Intense suffering he passed Funeral services were held nt the house at 230 on Tuesday con ducted by Qrover JACOB Jacob Hoofstltler died Sunday April at lief after a very short She fell and hurt herself about a week and a child was born and irom the effects ot these two occurrences she sank rapidly and was unable to The circumstances are particularly Her Jacob MootsUtler who has gained much reputation as a temperance was absent In Nebraska lecturing expected to be at home during his wifes Word was re ceived by him that all was well at when a snddon change death UootstlQer was B months and ditys and leaves family ot seven funeral was held at the Broadway Clark and Brawn The church was Oiled with sympathizing the lady was known as a kind mother and a lov ing The ttoral offerings were vet many ot them being sent from They In cluded a crown and ot was the only relative from a distance ablr to be Telegrams from Bloomlngtmv Nashvlllei and were con veying sympathy to HootsUUer In his great HootiUtlers young Including the be kept as the mothers will kindly nil the mothers The body was convoyed to Riverside Cemetery and placed In the to await Interment Whom the Lord loves He Real Estate AND City aui Fan Prsperti an festers Lasts for ZTottsee fot t And what ws FMUp jtftpett Vi Hf HAT IF YOU TO BORROW MONEY And have the security to I can furnish you all you want M O isro Xjozxer 2STo ZFooiliigv 13T Gome and see Gait The Beach Bowers minstrels gave a very acceptable minstrel performance at the Academy last Monday night AT Corner Third Street and First LEGALr gate this and report aa to whose fault it Is that this Is LeRoy Gait and others asked for vitriiled brick along their prop erties on West 3d street The Public Improvement Committee was instructed to plant hard wood trees in the park where the old lock up Orders were drawn for the Mayors and f or thatof A detailed report of the Building Committee showed that our City Hall cost exclusive of the and and has been leaving a balance of The report was referred back for the Committee to add all expenses connect ed with removal of old grad etcT Grubb was granted permission to build frame barn at his feed if he complied with Ore The Avenue Sewerage System was taken up and after was Brewer and Wilson voted against and all the others present for It was decided to build vitrified brick sidewalk in Lipes W Palmer reported sewer tax col lections amounting to City Attorney Wolfersperger made report in to the AVater Com panys not complying with agreement with the He said tbe company had not fiUlllled their part of the con Whitewash Calcimine Paint Window Hair Cloth t v AT f i j Chancery State ol 1M County of f In the Circuit Court of said to the Thomas Williams George Dickey and The Unknown Heirs of Itebecca deceaa dr KoOoe Is hereby given to Bald George Dick ey and to the Unknown Heirs of said Kebecca that sold Thomas Williams has fifed his bill m In the above entl tied In the above named against tlie nald Goorge Dickey and the said Un known Heirs oiRebecca which suit la now and that Is sued returnable to the said May of wld to to held at the Court House In In said Wultestda on the BATES d CONANT Bctond Monday of when and unless the said George Dickey and the Unknown Heirs of Kebecca Dick appear and plead or an swer to eald the same will be taken as fessed by 13W4 Clerk of said He was afraid their supply was allowed to flop round into IP thereby tilling our maim with impure The only way out of the matter was to sink another well and provide more which the company proposed to Until that time did not think city is liable for wa ter Gait was allowed for a 36 inch sewer on Locust street A defect in the floor of the flre de partment room waq reported repaired at the cost of the The Mayor reappointed OityEnRin eer Holbrook at the same 8100 per Window decorating is getting to be an and successful merchants every where endeavor to out wit each andin Sterling a person can find each week something new aud attractive in this One of the most unique de gigus displayed in our city was that iu dry goods the de sign represented a balancing in oiia pan were tvA tud larger marked New the sroallejr the ottmr pan contained but one and holding down her side of the scale in proper marked the whole surmounted a worlds attached with fee Annual Report of Treasurer of Highway State of Whlteslde TOWN OP The following Is a full by HAB of tbe amotiDi of public funds received and expended by him during the fiscal year end Ing March Funds Beoelved and From What Sources April NO 66 County SS8 17 125 order 75 1000 00 road 18888 road and 23483 poll S 00 4 Op Total SJnount 31 Funds Expended and For What For lumber and sewer Grubbing TS 00 Hauling lumber ao4 sewer 108 CO 22877 Building bridges and labor oo 7M 04 Total amount paid 78 Leaving a In bauds ot Treasurer KK 66 Ut 1 f The Celebrated Morgan Thlshone was sired by the Hayes hone first dam Haggle by the Baiaiulsborae aeooud OAIU Flora Morittu by JUNIOR Is a fine dappled ADA style and stands hands and weighs 1200 For iDlorumtlontall and on TOESDAV8At the old mile Barclay i EUDAYSAt Sbookt CHAMBERLIN JngiCollectiil JAMISON MENWAIPII To wprescot HWMf lift For Beut in or Boole JT IH n   

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