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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - April 17, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                APRIL BP8IKES8 DENTAL esre irlTfn to trown MCet tad to children Ou gWea when on Third oppMlta 2V Offlee in tint Bink Offlw orr Hoclt STERLING CORRXCTSB SVEBT THOBSDAT f old Offloe on Third tdJotBlnf Sterling Ifflnote Attorneys at A TTORNBY AT roomt tod Third and Locort IP i lire FARM V 80 Morris SCO Manahan A ITTORNEY8 AT enTs s rooms 7 of Muto Walter A TTORNEY AT LAW Ufflet orer Blwll ATTOKNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 LICITOHH IN Of ef Drug A TTORNEY AT LAW AND SO LIOITOR IN CHANOBRT BtecUng Nttlond III Ef A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PUBLIC fflon orer Sterling ephuttd B CITIZENS On next Tuesday April there will be a meeting in the City Hall 8f our citizens to begin work on our Fourth of July Every citizen in town and around town is in terested In our coming Fourth of July becaute we will then have the greatest attack of patriotism we ever The American eagle will Beream louder and fly and there will be more big here to let her and bigger crowds to drink in the glory artesian than were ever here In order to do all these mighty our citizens must commence or on next Tues day April EVERYBODY KNOWS Rock Where are the street cars Ejection Is over and nobody Keeney Harrison are malting a beautifully wrought counter for Con Ion of who has been keeping books at for the past six came home last and yesterday departed for where he will be examined today for a West Point Success to you and John of Eagle are in town on a visit to THAT ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PTJBLIO JTJ8T10B Or THK t I1L Collections attended to Bttai ite yirrt KtUontl Banks and MOSES DILLON Carries the prluclpalBlock of LUMBER Sterling National GENERAL Prompt ad ctnfol attention gltim to al HOUSE PAPER HANGER AND Bhop IB Darto Wtbort Hat frrmt Physioiana Anthony 0 PHYSICIANS Office In Anthony comer First anaat tot Fourth SEWER DRAIN In Whltcsldo FOR Oroln Frank Cochran HOMEOPATHIC Offlco and rooms 10 Rut Third Xoddancc 811 Second Offloa Tin CITY ON AND OBIPIOIAL 10 DIBBABES A Third June AND f Academy of Mnelc ResidenceGall Mt TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Office and residence second door north of city 407 Flint J Offlco Bock Beady o anawer day or from Mr Try His RUBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any kind to JAPANESE Lanterns and Colored Lights In any Head Estate EAL IN8U R aft UUuql BAHOB AMD OOLLEOTINO I and Fenxinal ro Bterlmg Hattoual 309 Loouat SO9 OP THE COL J NOTARY nu wJUbte THE HUBBARD MAHUFACTD BY STEAM DYE DYEDAKD BEPAIRED In flintclass or no Also LADIES Dress Pyed to any shade or All work sent to us will receive prompt Third Jfext Door to Eiatlea Onr City Last Tuesday was held our city elec tion five for each ward was and it was the quietest election that we have had The entire yote was but while last spring U was There was alltHeT excitement in the First where there were three The Third Party folks had a candidate in each aside from this there was no politics In the All the alderman that were either elected or reelected at this are Republi can in except Conlon of the Fifty ward he is Politically our entire council Is Ilepub llcan with the exception of Alex of the and John of the politics has cut no figure in our local board The vote of the different wards is as follows First 95 Nor man 43 6 of which Brewer got a majority of Second 104 Majority for Third 75 Majority for 83 Jarvis Ma jority for Fifth 50 George Total Majority for This deal brings two new men into the of the Sec ond and of the These are good sensible busi ness men who manage their affairs care fully and and the people wWbVgreatly14isappointed If theyUo nQtmakeflrstclas8 city business managers now are Lawrence Barrett and City of First Alex ander and George Aldermen of Second Niles and Aldermen of Third Werntz and Aldermen of Fourth Wilson and Aldermen of Fifth Platt and John L Electa of Washing ton whom everybody Sterling who has occasion to visit the National knows and appreciates for her genial gave a reception to the Illinois people on the evening of the 9th which was a brilliant af fair in Washington and was attended by the best people in political and social The parlors were tasitiy and the luncheon dainty and The reception was a full dress and the toil eta of many of the ladies were elabo The hostess and Worthlngton received the legion of callers and witha grace which cornea only of long experience in the The occasion was designed to bring the Illinois people together in honor of the satisfactory progress being made with our appropriation in which behalf Worthlngton is now labor The Washington Star of the 10th contains the Electa Smiths reception last evening in honor of and of was at tended by over one most of them from They were cordially greeted by the assist ed by Capt MerrelL Among the large number present were attl Matthew Clarkson departed yester day for Vernon to attend Adam of has purchased a half interest in the Peoples and the firm Is now Bush John Clarkson Is attending the Busi neps College In The young ladles gave a shadow social at Merrittspn Monday which was a charming Many new and novel features were The election for Aldermen on Tues day resulted thus First Jooeph Democrat Second Prohibitionist Could any partisan ask for a more equal distribu tion of the plums Born on Wednesday morning to and a Seldel has formed a copartner ship with and is pre pared to blister and physic with neatness and of is prearabu lattng our streeta Vanllorne lectured last Monday night at the on Grip and to a crowded It was a rare Bush Horlacher have purchased from of the frame building now occupied by Joseph Pan and will In repair at Dow Son have purchased some vacant lots of and will erect buildings thereon this sum Bales has been elected of the Epworth Tuttle and of Har were in town Oliver will remove his family to his farm next April I5Uu The Boston Herald pays the following graceful trlbate to Eflle lers acting Eftle who made herself known a few years and secured very well deserved praise from Boston audiences for her artistic work in Hazel returned to the city last evening in a new Miss Ellsler is an ar tiste nf no common dramatic which she shown quite as much in the stronger situations as In the quieter scenpa wherfr her intense naturalness displays no little amount of a good comprehension of the rales of her This ease and naturalness of her acting Is positively and the promise she gives in what is really still the beginning of her maturer work point to an enviable In the present play she has opportunities to show her real The play Is interesting throughout the four because the plot has in it novel situa Its dialogues are original and and it furnishes to both Miss Ellsler herself and the prin cipal characters opportunities for orig inal It is a play well worth see Miss Ellsler appears at the Academy of April in her new The THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN ftLN A Y1AE Real Estate and Fan Property 8Dil Western Lads for finll nnd what wr y at MMllp IP YOTJ TO BORROW MONEY And have the security to 1 can furiateh all you want AlUntlc Denver Overland Omaha Clinton Sterling Going Going The Oniaht Clinton Pusenger uid Sterling PuMnger run except All other trtlu going wert going et earn BDBL1NGTON AQUINCI Going 90 49 Arrtw from m AmTa irum 88 n 41 Going 8 It Freight Arrlt e from 79 77 Fiiwenjer B6 with on Jllnton Brancft with R at Rock west with main line for polntu Council and and for Cit ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Going Going Paiweneer Faaumger Oome and see i Gnlt MUR ALINE ALABASTINE LEGAL ThU Is ith 1 tfift Dttuurc lew ft to every motion the it uininjr ttC fay EaclMe tUwp for to be Aj men of ioo Aibor ttio in both Aik your Adwct KEEFEB Marble Granite PEA15JB8 JK ALL KINDS OF MAKBLK ANDGBANITB the only And Cemetery Work of all All Work Guaranteed to be FlrstClaw In every Give us a call befojfl and be couvlaoed that we put up the best work at the lowest J08T OPENKO AT ONE OF THK IN Heals aoifl luoebes at all Opposite Good Work w ft Judge Repre sentative and sentatlve and Representa tive and Representative and and city editor of the Stand ard Green Green and MrsTbuff John of Miss Oakley and the Illinois Association Kellebar and Miss and the lady officers of the relief Re freshments were served and the coffee urn was presided over by Mlas Ida Over the mantle In the din ing room were the photographs of the entire Illinois delegation draped in the national They fought the dogs and killed madenesta inside mens Sunday hats ate the cheese out of the vats and even spoiled the womens chats by drowning their speaking with shrieking aud squeaking ui fifty differ ent sharps and A town In Iowa has been having a grand rat hunt this winter and hundreds of the rodents have met violent Sides were chosen by meu and boys aud when the hant is a grand supper will be furnished the entire party by the losing The boat been going on sev eral Let us have ouelu Brim Supervisors hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Whiteside will convene at the rooms of said in Morri on the 21st day of Special California The Chicago NorthWestern Rail way has arranged for a series of weekly excursions to California in through Colonist cars from Chicago to San Francisco without Ac commodations in these cars are availa ble for holders of either first or second class and completely furnished double berths are prodded for Chicago to San These cars will leave Chicago every Wednes day at and arrive in San Francisco the following Sunday at For tickets and full informa apply to agents Chicago North Western Railway 10w2 A pretty widow of Ken had an offer of She conoulted a wealthy who had been a friend of her as to whether she ought to accept the He advised her not said with con sumption there is no chance of her get ting and when she dies I want to marry you She consented to and waltad seven long years be fore the consumptive lady gave up the iting another ir n UU4UUQ youug girl to the The abused widow was recently consulting a law yer and was heartbroken when In formed that the law could not redress her A ghastly discovery was made Satur day by a party of duck hunters on au island some miles above In exploring the island they came upon the bleached skeleton of a man On the feet was a pair of fine and remnants of clothing of costly material were on the His skull was crushed in and a dirk knife lay beside the The marriage of Miss Rose Farwell and Hobart CT Taylor will be celebra ted in immediately after the graduation of the bride at the family residence of Senator Farwell at Lake Taylor and his bride will go abroad for two Tha young gentleman is a nephew of John and Miss Louise Taylor of this He la a leader of Chicagos port Annual Report of Treasurer of Highway The following Is a financial statement of the Treasurer of Comm sslonerstf Highways of the Town of Hopkins for the fiscal year ending March Amount on liand March I 391 24 July BHecelved from County Treasurer era M March iHjpFrom March MO Expended for grovel and otfcer expenses 12213 ot Balance onliaiw March lew The Sanitary Wall Finishes Better and Healthier than Wall in town HtaU of las Whlteslde f M Subscribed and sworn to by the above named L Kauffman before me this Uth day of Notary Publication Notice In State of 1M Whlteslds 1M Circuit Court Whltealde May Henry DeGarroo and partners under the flrra name aud style of JeGarmo Justus BATES A CONANT OUC Ol OI11CO UX of WhlKsalde dated the nth day of the said Henry DeGar mo and George partners under the firm name and style ol DeGarmo and against the chattels cred Its and edicts of the said Justus for the sum of two hundred and fourteen 86106 Erected to the Wblteahle the said Juatus shall personally be and appear before thei said Circuit Court of Whltealde county on or before the first day of the next term to be holden at the Court In the city ot Mor on the Seeona JUonday of If elve ball and plead to the said plaintiffs judgment will be entered agalnut you aud In fa vor of the said Henry DeGarmo andt ueprge partners under flrra name and style ot Be Garao 6 and so much of the WALL iswa It Will Astound You go through and price ouratock of thing now being Consider ing no such bargains were ever offered in this market CHAMBERUN House RentifigiColiectin CARTER Cornel TWrd and Flrsi To Clot Call Will sell a guaranteed fast black Silk Umbrella for Would be cheap at f YOU FIND The newest and most carefully stock of Dry Notions and novelties iu the county at to See STERLING I have a stock ol very uloe and four year oid APPLK They are ot well varieties M do well In this vtotoity and very Anaoug them arc the Wealthy and 80 wid Mid Siohnuuxd and Bag BHADB Hwd PRICE OF APPLE each 8 per dozen lie per SS For Reat iu Sterling or Farms aid Fnii   

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