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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - September 11, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                A If BUSINESS DENTAL tfTCTi to crown to Ou ttkca Offlca on Third 8 Offlei IB gM D RAILWAY TIKE Office on Third adjohmf Attorneys at ATTORNEY AT rooms aad Botli Third and Locust Stanahan A ATTORNEYS AT XV piieiU a room T and Aeademj of Walter A TTORNEY AT Office A A TTORNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 A LtOTTORS IN Offlcs Keoferl One BttsUof Going Going Atlantic Denver OviTlmd Clinton Sterling Sterling PiMeng rnn except All other tralna Freight train going golngewt etlaw carry BDRIIJWTON QU1SCI Going M Arrive from SENATORIAL U 41 ml r A TTOBNEY AT LAW AND 80 LICITOB IN OTOT Starling National ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR A AT NOTARY PUBLIC Office orer Sterling National Telephone Una Hliif ATTORNEY AT NOTABT FDBUO a main or tax I1U Collection MmitA to Itefen Jlnt National Banks and Going 8 W AnrlTo from n IT Famenger it with trains eatt and weet on Clinton Branch with A at Rock Irlud east ana west with main line for points Conncll and aud for Kansas City and points IU1NOIS CENTRAL AT Going Going Freight The Sterling National GENERAL Prompt and careful attention elves to afl HOUSE PAPEB HANQKR AND Shop U Pavti Wtbart Flnrt front COBBBCTKD BVBBT THUB8DAT f swB Baa 2W3HO V S 78 1 OKM SO V oo 20Q4 BO lira 8 8 1SK 9 1 oo S OlXiW BO Morris 800 00 1 20 6 EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT Phyaioians Anthony A PHYSICIANS AND Offlee In Anthony corner Tbrt and Fourth HOMEOPATHIC Office and 1C East ThUS Wreet Ml Second to ORIFIOIAL 1C DISEASES A Union Third EL Jane PHYSICIAN AND Academy of Mnalc 1M TTOMEOPATHIO PIIiSICIAN BU ltd Office over Kichange Heady o answer calls dsy or from MY MOSES DILLON Building SEWEE DRAIN In Whlteslda PAID FOB Real Estate Adam REAL IN8U BANDS AWD COLLEOTINO Honey Loaned on KM and Personal Offlcs next doot to BtsrllDZ National Bttr FUSTIC E OP THE COL J LKOTION AOKNT NOTABT Flie Insorance In relUble tu Tblrd StarUnji Painter and PAINTER DECO f Estimates promptly made by leav ng word at Meagaas harness Elegant Designs In Ladles Gents GiddingB ILLINOIS WATGHES1 Latest Styles In JEWELRY I 16 East Third THE HUBBARD MAHUFACrD BY During Uonalibwiii absenoa tn FuAMtc will ftU all f Frank Cocliran STERLING STEAM DYE GENTS CLOTHING DYED AMD REPAIRED In flretclasa or no Also LADIES Dress Dyed to any slmls or wAll work sent to us will receive prompt jSu Third Next Door to THB CITY ON Smokers Get the Best qONFEGflONERY ALL Last aa per the Sena torial contention for Lee and White side counties at Dlxon to nominate one State Senator and two After considerable dllatorlnesa the convention was called to order about four by of who read the call for the after which Col of was elected chair and editor of the Fulton of moved that a commit tee of one from each be a committee on Fer guson and Parsons constituted that They reported that Lee was entitled to seventeen delegates and Whlteside but that Whitealde had named but ten There port of the committee was received and of then offered the following resolution It appearing that the county of Whiteslde is not properly represented in this having appointed onehalf the delegates to which it Is entitled that this convention adjourn and la hereby to meet in Septem ber at 2 that said Whiteside county be requested to send its full quota of nineteen of moved It be laid on the Reasons were given by John and Ferguson why such a move was entirely out of or and Lewis of Dineen of and Howe of were against laying the resolution on the They argued that the ten delegates from Whlteside county did not represent the wishes of this The rest of our consisting of John of Ferguson and Thomas Dlller of Warren Cole of Hull of Brewer of and Knapp of planted themselves squarely on their and re fused to The credentials from County Convention are as follows and seven of the committee thought them good enough to abide as they were adopted in open conven by a vote of 112 to 82 At the Whlteside County Republican held at the following delegates were elected to the Senatorial Conventionfor the XIX to be held at 1890 Thomas Warren HuuV George The following offered by was adopted by the convention That the delegates to the Republican Senatorial Convention for the Nineteenth district and they are instructed to vote and to use ail honorable means to secure the nomlnaation of Snyder aa a candidate for Senator in the next General Assembly of this The following offered by the was also adopted by the convention That the delegates to the Republican Senatorial Convention for the 19th district and they are Instructed to vote and to use au honorable means to secure the nomina tion of John White as a can didate for Representative in the next General Assembly of this John Manahan offered the following which was adopt ed by the convention That the persons named by the several districts as delegates being the persons certified to above be the delegates from this convention to the en suing Senatorial Convention that they vote as a unit on all questions coming before the said and the delegates there present cast the full vote of this The three delegates from Whiteslde Insisted on the delegates from White side being This waa when only three The Lee county del egation waa asked to poll its but refused because there was no split in its delegation and it insisted on voting as a it did all The chairman declared the amendment lost by a vote of twenty to county voting its seventeen men aa a unit and three of Whiteslde county men voting with It On the original motion to adjourn until September the vote stood the The convention The Fulton public school opened and with anenrollment of 845 In a letter to his Justice Al exander of this Alex of under date of says I have been engaged in threshing for past eight days the average yield is about seven aome parUea get County The members of the County Central Committee met at Morrison yesterday and were called to order by Oscar of former chairman of the county An informal ballot was taken for which resulted in 13 votes for Woods and J2 for John Woods positively declined to accept the chairmanship and the formal vote gave Fenton and he was declared HY Nevitt of was elected secreta and Ward of treas Ramsay of moved that the following named per sons be the executive committee of the county Erie Sterling Col eta Morrison Albany Lyndon and Herman Sheldon offered the following named persons as a substitute for the above John of Hull of Proph and Herman This was lost by a vote of 18 to White moved that the question be divided and a vote be taken on each name separate Lost by 13 to and the original motion was carried by 13 to Woods then offered the following the late Republican Con vention held in Whiteside to chooee delegates to attend the Dis trict Convention to nominate candi dates for State Senator failed to choose nineteen dele gates as should have been but only ten be It by the Whiteslde Central Committee in executive session held at on this 10th day of Sep that the following named towlt Col eta Sterling James DiHs Hopkins Charles Lyn don George Fenton Mc Morrison Erie Daniel Garden Plain and UstFck and they are here by declared to be delegates to the said district together with the ten delegates so chosen by said con vention shall constitute the 19 dele gates to which said Whlteslde Is entlt ed in the adjourned senatorial conveu large office at the southwest corner of the first floor has been partitioned off for an and is being fitted up in a style that becomes the occupants and the magnitude of the Companys busi Our Association has lota of money to All that Is needed to get your clutches on their Is to become a and put up the re quired Adam Horlacker sold a fine driving horse to Tob Williams Now Teb gives you a shave and a whirl thro the for two of is here visiting his of is the guest of her Frank of this Frank Wheeler has gone to on Squire Cadwells new office is ap proaching Postmaster Rosebrook entertained a friend from Chicago The Royce Lansing company played Toms Vacation last Satur day night to a very but a very appreciative Ray Royce Is inimitable In his renditions of female The singing and dancing waa and the entire show What wont they do next A man in the counties south of us has been catch ing coloring them beautifully with anallne and selling them to the natives at from fifty cents to two dollars as birds from the trop They go like hot and the Ingenious and nervy rascal Is making more money than an Gen eseo Whiteslde County Building and Loan Regular monthly meeting on Monday evening next Make application at once If to borrow Gait House EDWARD Real Estate AND City ana Farm Property and f mien Lacis for for Cdl ana see What wis Office at Philip Nices Is making the finest to be had in the His always is better now than ever Do you want a firstclass Cray India Ink or Pattelle Por trait He can get it for Now is the time yonr tlon to be held at on the 29th day of This opened up a debate in which Sheldon and Ferguson on one side and Woods and Ramsay on the took the latter becoming rather vio lent Sheldon made the point that the committee does not represent the wishes of the regular county conven and that these nine delegates can not be added unless it is done by the consent of the Ramsay asked for of the towns on the which resulted in 13 and as those who entered a protest against this proceeding did not there was none The following protest was then sub mitted the members of the Whlteside County Central assembled in Morrison on the 10th day of hereby protest against the of delegates to the Sena torial Convention of the 19th Senator ial District by the committee of which the following are members Signed by Committee The Chicago Exposition Is now open and will be until October Town Lots next Saturday very funny Finn Ogle on Thursday ol spinal menln PAUL infant son or and two weeks and lour Spades and LARGEST BTOCK IN CITY AT holiday orders for this Prices low as firstclass work can 10 EAST THIRD Ruler BOBBEB SfilPI ef ill Mi ti STATIONERY AtfD WALLPAPER BATES CHAMBERLIN DEALERS ESTATE All kinds of Property Bought andSoIdUoni CORNER GALT OFFICE OPEN MELVIN LOHR Successors to Melvln Bon THE POPULAR WEST END YOU NEVEB SAW THE LIKE GO TO SONS FOR But Third 3d Door from FtanU kinds Hyde county report South part of Hand county and Buffalo coun the people have left the crops on the ground and come tola way looking for We had ft frost which tcilled the but thai U better than last Data are light hay is Hogs and cattle iwld for one to two and onehalf cento per Wheat from 76 to 90 oenta per bushel Land cannot be given away for inter est aud aim a great many are leaving everything and moving not knowing or caring whither they Prioee oaly and 60 for Iowu Rock Falls The Sunday school convention for Coloma township wlli be held next Sab bath In the Congregational Stanley was In Morrison yes attending the meet Ing of the County Central The city patriarchs met in council last Saturday night and John of were here over Sunday the guests of Sa Stoves are being put Herman Long was elected secretary of the Rock Falls Association at the special meeting held vice Isaac It was a good selection as Herm is perfectly familiar with the and be a honorable and accom modating young Bibcock is now reposing under his and fig having com pleted and moved into hla new A big lot of people attended the play given by the Andrews at Tuesday aud were well repaid for Elder VanHorna preached at the church laat Sunday night to a large gathering of our The old of the is al ways getting Thistime its a new stove for his he of celery was in town He business Capt Parker is at Fulton attending the reunion of the 76th Regt late foreman of the Key etooe wood baa removed to Teb Williams was around yesterday morning trying to ascertain who it was that elevated his barbers pole to the roof of UarBhal Brewers If the mm or men who did it will report to hell shave them Tfee Furniture U ia full operation to IMJW A CANNED STAPLE FANCY Cheap as the Good as the TRY US A CORNER THIRD STREET AND FRUITS OF ALL YOU NEVEB SAW THE LIKE The finest In the fine as silk made out of the finest bard wheat Try FRUIT YOU NEVEit SAW THE LIKB The choicest Gages and fresh and from Sugars YOU NEVEB SAW THE 14105 All vinegar and of choice DRIED SALT PORK RAW THIS I4EK Sweet and CANDIES Choice fresh and You NEVEB SAW THE MELONS Nutmegs from Abe you NEVEB THE LIKE Sweet and TOBACCO and and BLESS YOU NEVEB SAW THE LIKE Go and Wie Here to Stay Witt tie URGES and FRESHEST STOCK OP To be found in Diamond Medal Canned and Dried Fancy and Staple All at Rock Bottom THE WEIGHING MACHINE Which I have placed front of iny place of business is quite a curiosity and a It will give the correct weight for one if placed in the but it wont weigh anything or anybody without it is paid for It treats all price to It is a silent earning money for its employer every day in the in season and day time and week days and It asks for no no and no day It never talks nor gets nor goes on a nor joins This wonderful machine is now in front of Drug G IRl ED P PERRY V I I 5 I t i Call at the old ataud and be assured of lair 0 IF iron TO BORROW Aixd have the security to J can all you B mfwuaS subatan i daily In 8TIBUKC 8TAB8AMO Come Oox   

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