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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Sterling, Illinois r 1 APRIL AL Bwctol csrectan to gota ertwrn tettet rttWrm given STEBMNO avinnr f HOBSDAY DBNTISTr r on tlilrd ft Attorneys at ATTORNEY IWtti Ttlrd Mttl Locart ATTORNEYS AT OMS V 2 O a W u 20 lire weight FARM V B V 8 W Morrla Run 8 TO Anthracite HtnwV 8 B9 100 Mr a i PiteeTii T ud Actdeiny ol Unite Staff tiff ATTORNEY AT office over A A TTORNBY8 AT LAW AND SO UOITOR9 IN CBAtJCKRtV ow Drug ATTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 A LI01TOR IN Btnllag NtUoatl ATTORNEY COUNSELOR At MJBtlO Office ner StorllnK NiUonal Hfpj W ATTORNEY AT NOTARY I1U kttcndtd to EVERYBODY KNOWS MOSES DILLON Carries Hie principal stock of XUMBER Banks and Sterling National rjBNERAL VT Prompt and otntol attention flven to in HOUSE PAPER BAHOBB AND Building SEWER DRAIN Wuiiesldo PAID pon Qraizx Frank Cocliran tEADB Till CITY ON Physioians Anthony A PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 4 In Anthony comer Vint writ ygBrth Mi TTOMEOPATHIO JLJL Offlca tod roomi 10 Eut Third itiMt Ml fiocood FOURTH OF How WP Propose to the Eagle In accordance with a previous an a nuiabef of our repre sentative citizens gathered at the City Hall on to take Initiatory steps toward the unveiling of the Monument on July and the celebration of the Nations na tal in a manner any thing heretofore witntessed ifijthls part of the On motion of Moses Dillon exMayor Street was elected Dillon stated thftt the gkildiers Monumetit had been present ed by the Monument AssociaUorir the city of and that It was proposed to nnvell it on July In stead of May Both as liad been Intended That the officers of the as sociation had corresponded with a number of prominent had agreed to be Commander Ditecm and Flfer Judge Hender flon and expect ed that of would or could be secured as Orator or the Johnson urged that the af fair be gotten up on a scale commen surate with the importance and promi nence of the notable and in amanner that would do credit to our growlngrandbeautiful Andrews thought there would be no trouble whatever in raising the 81000 or 01600 required to defray the expenses of the and all citizens present urged immedi ate and on a broad The chair appointed a committee consist Ing of Cook and to prepare arid present to the meeting a list of necessary com and who re ported the following President of the Mosea John Hershey and Capt Capt A Mayor Thomas James George St The City Council mes In re ntar ses sion on Monday And disposed ot a mass of The Mayor and a full board of aldermen including the two newly elected mem Bnrkholder of the and Klinbto of the Third Alderman jNiles read a communica tion from the Sterling Monument As sociation tendering to the city of Ster ling the Soldiers Monument which IB to be unveiled in Central Park on Jnljr the offer being made under cer tain A resolution passed accepting the fen and the city to the ful ailment of the Vr petition was read by Wilson for the construction of a permanent sidewalk on west side of block 31 Wal laces Referred to on Streets and The yearly pay roll of the Ire depart and various miscella neous bills were audited and ordered Street Palmer submitted a At on April Xeefef formerly of this agpd about fifty The deceased will be remembered by a host of friends he resided for many and by all of whom much He left here sev eral years went to Washington where was elected ansrtit at Rltte vllle and later WM mude Judge of which fatter position he held at the date of bis Some wgeks ago he was Bmltten with la for the purpose of securing better treat entered a hospital at Walla where he died on the date the Immediate causa being heart remains were ship ped here for the occurring on Monday feftertioon at oclock at the Baptist Brown A number of mem bers of the were in Keefer was a brother to Joseph a cousin to Henry 3 of this and WBS unmar George w AHD Smokers Thomas James HendrlcksY George John J George George Drake John Capt g Frank ryamoiAL 10 DIHKA8B8 A Pnfo Third at Jane PHYSICIAN AND JT ofaceRoom Academy ot Undo Try His 310 anil Mi TTOMJBOPATHIO PHYSICIAN 4 Jd Offloe and residence second door north of city 407 First TTOMBOPATHIC PHYSICIAN t JC3 OffiM over Fsllw answer calls sr from MY JteaV Estate Adam INSU BAHOB AHD COLLECTING ud Penoaol Hatlpasl RUBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any kind to JAPANESE Lanterns and Colored For In any at L WERHTZV 300 Locust 809 Anthony IV STERLING STEAM DYB CLOTHJffO AND WRED In or no Also Dress Dyed to any ghade or All wort sent to us win receive prompt Jfext Door to OP THE COL THE HUBBARD MAMUFACTO BY t tJ WTJ 3EI 353 1 t TtvM nitk ii tiui K ymuuatfca w crcty ol An 11 Of All to be FlratQlaw In every UH call before purcnasltig put wwfc Mttw toy eat Marble iraniic DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MABBUJ AND GKANITfi Fire Joseph George John Mooney arid Thomas Street and Ches B and Charles George John and Nell Commodore 1st and JosephDetwei John A 2d and A Lew and LocugLand City Freo i Stands and Crowr John Frank An Capt Louis and On Program at the Thomas filler and IT TU ft Chief Stam with Herehey chief of with aidesdecamp Fred Klos Clark Hose brook and Coleord That this Celebration will be the of the expendl turea of his department for the eleven months ending April which was recelvexl and Ills Mayor read his annual a document re plete with sensible suggestions relative to the duties and work of the council for the ensuing and Betting forth also the present condition of our finan the work done the past The message was ordered printed with the minutes in the corporation After recess the mayor appointed the following committees for the com ing fiscal Conlonr Burkhold Fire Brewer Burk Streets An ordinance was introduced and fixing the salary of the City Marshal at and the night police at 8720 for the coming The Mayor and the Coun cil confirmed oflicers Night Chief Fire Health Bupt Platt submitted the report of the Special appointed to estimate coat of thejVvcnuaO Sower and moved the adoptioa of the report Brewer moved to lay the matter over until the first meeting in August A protracted discussion Issued and Brewers motion was defeated by a vote of six to Plaits mo tion was then carried by a unanimous Theprintlngcommlttee was Instruct ed for bids for city printing for the ensuing and also the printing in ceedings at Homelyn A meeting will be held in the Chris tian church on Sunday In the Interest of the American Educational Aid the great chlldeavlng work of the West Mora one thousand children have been placed in good homes by this and are receiving its Misa of will make the Agents ijbaye the general agency for White Bureau counties for The sale of CORPORAL Si KLEQO AND His and want local canvassers in the counties to whom liberal inducements will be For terms and full apply to VICTOR 17w2 Worth of elegant Carpets are on dis play by sample and by means of an ex at my Call and afford us an opportunity to convince that we can save you 10 cents to 25 cents per yard over prices charged by parties currying the goods in Ten doz en pieces on Now the Season When you expect good If you want to ride cheaply and buy your Carriages and Phaetons from first Call and get Repairs done Real Estate AM Clij as Farm Proper art testers Lnii for XXoxueea for Mid ice what we aft Philip IF YOU TO BORROW AncV htive the seciiritjr to I can fttrriiitti Jfp ifiM yon want Long 3STo W Come and see Qalt LEGAL Executors Estate ot MICHAEL The undersigned ImvInK been appointed Exec tor ot Uie last will and testament ot Michael late of the County ot Wnlteslde and State of hereby gives noUce that he will appear before the County Court at Whlteslde at the County Court Boom in at the July 1860s of aaUt on the Ftret Monday to at which time all persons having claims against said estate are noltaidand requested to attend for the purpose of having the same ad AH persona Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the 22d im 17WS TOWN COUNTBY MIXED lv Manufiaotured in is the ChoapMt in the long v BTJ1T greatest event in the history of there is not a doubt Arrangements have been and are being made for ex curalon trains from Aurora and intermediate at low rates of Our citizens should without a single work heartily for the suc cess of the and should give liberally towards a fund to defray the expenses of this our greatest celebra Fulton had quite a burglary last Sat urday The eatered Geojge Beya store by bmkteg glass to a aide They hole to the safe with dynamite cartridge biaw did pot succeed Into tas safe there was cash j and also tne parnpmet form of ceetuugaai theclose of the fiscal similar to those prepared for the Board of Onmotlon of the sewer age tax against Union was abat Applications for seven dram shop li two billiard hall and two bottling house were read by the and referred to on On motion of Alexander the Council adjourned until for the purpose of pass ing upon the applications for Isaac Bush is on the sick and has not been out since last L of an ex tensive property is here this Miss of is the guest of and Maxwell Miss Alice Winters very 111 for some Miss FJla of spoke in the Congregational church last Sun in behalf ofLa Foundling departed last where he will spend the for his An infant child of and Her tnan died last and was buried on We have a street sprinkler of our own and of the First ward operates it for Emma Grubb sold ft lot just north of her to tireenr upW a new house will be erected this Kock Falls Association held its monthly meeting on Monday loaned lo and of Eagle who have been visiting here foe vyeek returned home Enoch Long started for Coloda do Tuesday via the He will be gone a and will visit all points of interest in the CUtfkaon returned to Win on Tuesday aud will resume his duties bookkeeper at that Publication Notice in Attachment State of I Wblteslde f Circuit Court ot Whlteslde May Henry DeGarraoana George partners under the Una name and style ol DeGamoft Justus Public notice U hereby given to the said Justus a wrlFot attachment Issued Out ol the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court ot Whlteslde dated the Uthday at the HUH ot the said Henry DeGar mo and George partners under the firm name and style ot DeGanno and against the Its and eflfista of the aald for the sum ol two hundred directed to the sheriff ot WWtesIde county to unless the said Justus shall personally be and betow the saldOlrcult Court ot Whlteslde county on or before the first day ot the next term to be holdenct the Court In the city of Mor on the Second MonOav of elve ball and plead to tba said Judgment will be entered agalnat you And In to vorol the sala Henry UeQarma and George partnen under firm name and style ot Pe andso much ot the credits and at BATES d r Cti ft 1 IT i Mi WALL Our town is taking a shine every body w clwtn 100 of ft Advance Lodge 6SO will attend the reaaioa ooAprii 30th 1 to Ice oreanx and lejcoEa4e are ripening at our MwtSpafford la the father of the Brat fish uBsratSve of the Be taye he ijoofeed ten pound pick Whea the eagle screRBW at v A y 4 f CHAMBERLIN Elegant Designs in Ladlesi Gents JEWELRY IS EMt Third GARTER 4
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