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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - September 25, 1890, Sterling, Illinois SEPTEMBER A YMAE D BNTAL tpwlal aad R eklMrcoi glwa oa TkM Wt ia nit toatinal Bank D 1 Kick n Third ttrwL MUototaf Attorneys at A TTORNEY AT f tat Third m Locmt ATTORNEYS AT moan T cad Acndonr of Unile Walter A TTORNEY AT onr 0 ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SO LICJTOR8 IK Dn SO ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LIOITOR IN OnW am Btnltng KtUOMl Mu ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT tA NOTARY FTJBUO owr marline RAILWAY TIME ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PTJBUO JTJMTIOB 07 THB itUated BXinfe fcnt Nrtoatl Banks and Sterling GENERAL Prompt and careful attention to til Bntv 1C HOUSE PAPEB HANGER AND Shop la rant Anthony PHYSICIANS AND J a Apthonj corner Jocrtfa HOMEOPATHIO and 10 Bart Third ill Second to 19 1 to 7 to 8 OBIPIOIAL 10 DIBRASB8 A Unlom Third HL Jane PHYSICIAN AND Academy of Mnnlc RaldenceGalt HOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Office over Rock 0 aiuwer calk day or from MT Real Estate Adajn REAL TNSU ttANCB AMD OOLLKOT1NQ Money Loaned on Reel and Penonal Oflu sot door to Sterling Natlouat OP THE COL J LBOTION AQBHT NOTASY fen la Third THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going Going Atlantic r DeBTCT tilt Overland Omaha Clinton fitorllfig 9rOO The Omaha Sterling PMSMnger ran except All other Freight train going west at IS gotngCMt et ctrrr BUELINOTON A QDINCT Going M 41 Arrlre from Tt 7T Pumnger M with eut and wett on Clinton Branch with A R Bock It land eaM and went with main line for Coancll and and or City and ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Oolnf Going Ootng 8 Attire from BTEHLING connitcTKD Kvicnv THUBBDAT V f V lire FABM V At oclock last at the grooms residence in the first Hamilton Hiss Etta Aument was united in marriage to Barton both of this A large number of invited guests witnessed the ceremony which united these young people in the bonds that are and bade them God speed on lifes Delicate refreshments were served and the array of ful and was The STANDARD congratulates and Thomas most wife of a former citizen of died at Lake on Monday at 11 oclock and was burled at Riverside this yesterday the fun eral occurring immediately after the arrival of the Jenne had been a great suffeter for years from a complication of dis and her demise was not unex pected to her yet their grief over her death is none the less She was a liberally high mind earnest Christian who leaves behind a record of good deeds and of a well spent Her two sons and a daughter survive and to these afflicted ones goes forth the earn est sympathy of terling Township Will be held In the Christian church The following is THE PROGRAM Scripture reading and y Supplemental by Gait The Teachers Responsibility f his Curtis Miles of offlcem t EVENING Scripture reading and iy Martin Post The Bible The Bible the text Leander The for both young and John LEROY OOQ3 M MonU 800 700 l M 5 EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Carries the principal stock of LUMBER Building SEWER DRAIN In Whlteslde PAID VOB Ozalzx Snbscribo for the only Painter and PRACTICAL PAINTER DECO JT promptly made by ng word at Giddings ILLINOIS Elegant Designs In Ladles Gents WATCHESI Latest Styles inj JEWELRY 15 East Third A SPECIAL 4HE HUBBARa MANUFACTD BY During Donaldsoni IBAHK t absence In will Ul01 Traiik Cochr an IBAP8 TUB ON The members of the Board of Trade held a Special Meet ing and resolved that Wilsons is the place to go for bargains in Staple and Fancy Crockery and of Flour kept in Fruits and Vegetables ar rive 308 Locust STEAM DYE WOBia TS CLOTHING DIED AND EEPAIRED In or no Abo A gpeolal meeting of the Coun cil occurred on Monday called to consider the ordinance establishing the office of City Supt of and his The Council was resolved into a Com mittee of the and the ordinance together with the rales governing the matter of sewer amended and The Council also passed an ordin ance in relation to obstructions on side The Mayor appointed and the Coun cil confirmed Samuel Moore as a special After which the session Another special meeting was called by the Mayor for one oclock yes to consider the question of gran the Union Street further time in which to com plete the system of street railway now partially Wilsonpresented a resolution granting the company until in which to finish put the road in A license bowling alley in the basement of Farwell hall was ordereddssued to Simon The Council then Dont forget Chalk at the Tuesday The military True was given at the Academy of Music three nights last closing Satur day night Woodward and wife were supported by a large number of Sterling people and among them was some of the best amateur talent in the as G ro the guerilla was fairly Frank Cubits impersonation of man character is He met with great applause and deserved it for without Jacob Schneider True Blue would be as rendered by Fred was llvel and Zale Dillon made a good Frank as Harry Wayne Harry as Mat the overseer and Bert DeGroft as the Union were all while no professional could exceed John Charters Uncle We were no pleased with Woodwards Nina She lacks feeling and prope expression in the death but sus thecharacter quite well at othe Bertha Norwood made a splen did Nellie Grover and has a correct con ceptlou of the The play which was for the benefit of the relie fund of the was well pu and well The tableaux and scenic effects were and th attendance should have been four times what It Woodward manlpu lated the whole affair in an artisti H A series of accidents occurred at th Oregon fair last the most serious being that which befel Merritt Daily He was riding a horse in one of th running when the horse fell and threw him the ground injur ing him so seriously that he died tw hours On the same Wed a man dropped dead of heart disease la the and on Thursday Bed a race horse of some fell dead on th track at the close of a race in which h had just won second On Wed uesday evening an intoxicated whose name we did not fell over a cliff aa he was returning to Ma horns in the from the and WM AHD to jtnjr sluule or AU work aent to us will prompt A of Putman county while working at the bottom of a fort foot well waa utruek OD tha head by stone that fell from the top of the wel and was killed The wel bad been walled with and on of Use top ones became loose and f el with the aboye result Chalk Talk at the Tuesday To Whom It May It having been reported through the by those interested in my de that I have promised the appoint ment of deputy or made arrange ments to that I desire to state hat I have premised a depntyship to 6 or made any arrangements a that effect and that the only person vlth whom I have talked concerning n appointment is the present incum ent Republican Candidate for County ordan and Geneaee Branch Program for Jordan ard Genesee ranch to be held at Salem commenc ing at 10 sharp flntellect Mae Leon a Arith three years 1KX Paper iy Miss Kate Discussion by Morris and taper on three years laggle Compulsory School three years Committee on Edith Becltarions by pupils from the Salem It is earnestly hoped by all interested hat those on the program will endeav r to make the tlrst meeting a V BEBTHA and of Marshall were in the city enroute home from where they had been to seek medical advice or who has long been a sufferer from heart was formerly Miss Anna Brown and resided in Her friends will be grieved to know that her malady is re tarded as Dr of Paw Paw was unanimously chosen chairman of the ee County Central Committee last The Lee County Times say The who has served as chairman for a number of with ability and in aperfectly latlsfactory declined to serve n that capacity and Stetler of this place was unanimously chosen as Stetler is abundantly able to fill the position and there is no doubt that he will make a satisfactory of the drift This is the advice of iMlled prof es owa tnunp Dpnt steep on park beaobeaif youre likely to get rheumatismor When I oomo to town for a few I prefer the country this time or trat Tva got to dty life with nave to bunk in the about half tha I BO youthful I was and I to look out for my aohw aad Bo I go to a park and got a in M quiet a place M I can tike Borne Tou know its an old Mying that a follow can get moon May be its true and bat I aint running no I down and begin to If Im freeh in from country buna up in while teeUng M if BUT nook WM Then I drop oil and pretty soon begin to got half I can fooTmy stiffening and my legs my body doubled np and thare I rtay until I uaconacictu in spite of all tho Pretty a copper conies along and mo move I aint half aorry oi stirred and I walk around untt some of toe stiffneat and ache and then Fm back to the bench to go to ateop and thia tima Fm clean alaofnr and I stick tt oat till morning or tfll tbo policeman OOCQM ronnd Bat jnt take this advice Dont let no coppor hammer your feet with hia I hurts New York Bold If a bully site for a ooal WhatW York to Heart failnre ia office aa at aaelatant health wbo to acting baahh or ia the absence of heart falhire isnodiaeMM remit of a and simply at died for want of Heart dta doctor an idU term as wJl tor there are many of of Tbare are no mettoal worta wbioh gtve aa the tana limply uwana fWl at the vital feomwWaw may tba Tho torn tafl ia of late beoaoM MM AM IDM haw DkotUM to and is many iaataooea it w M a phymlelan baa a a Patttoaax In presenting the well known Bunch of Keys company at tha Academy o ProfrPurceU un doubtedly places before the Sterling people the greatest success known tc This company JOB closing a three weeks run in and although it has appeared then tor several weeks each season for twelv its popularity seems to be To our woo Ilka i Ine funny play we can recom Buacii of Keys on topo Real Estate Farm Property ana feitera Lands for ACADEMY OF Ootar NOYri GREATEST malting the finest Photographs to be had the His always is better now han ever Do you want a firstclass Cray India Ink or Pastette Por raitf He can get it for Now Pitying Its THIRD WEEK In ITS POPULARITY Tula Is In plain English the i Greatest Farce Comedy Ever Brought to A Word to the Prices 36 ctiV and 75 BI3ITII ANNUAL STOCK SALE 01 Thoroughbred and High Grade SHORTHORNED CATTLE POLANDCHINA xr ERESSLER BROTHERS Will sell on their three north of on the Freeport our head of thoroughbred and four bead ot High Grade ihortHorn from 8 to IE months representing the following families Crulok These Bulls are and In good and are of the lest of and are all ot fine Also about 16 head High Grade YEARLING Also about 100 Pure Bred PolandChina HOGS 20 40 young S Hows with Isbed all Hogs eligible to Pedigree A few of each family catalogued in tele Bend tor 1880 Bemember the TERMS OF SALE A credit ot six months will be without Interest 8 per Interest from It not paid when due 8 per per annum off for NO stock to be removed until settled Lunch at 12 Hale at 1 BRE88LER SOL PUBLIC We will otter at public at the place known as the Nance jl miles north west ot 11 miles northeast or and 2H southeast ot on commeodDg at 13 oclock the follow ing described property 7 oomprlalug one twoyearold Black Clyde weight 18607 two oneyearold Nor man weight lioo each tourbprtng JTOUTLC comprising 13 bead Milch Cows and 8 20 oneyearold uBpring and one high grade YearUni BulL 140 Including 10 good PolandChina Boars 51 e WUtea and 44 Poland Chinas 8 Bows and Pjgi the balance FABMINQ L Case Minneapolis Binder nearly Buzz Woof Saw and Horse Com Planter and Cheek Bob Bled and S Lumber three Btubble Riding Bcandta Plow two Walking Flows It and new aHorse three beta Double Har light Harness nearly Hay Log and varloui other Including a Heating Also 30 acres good In 560 bushels All sums ot 6 and cash oTer that amount a credit of 12 months will be given on notes with approved without tourest I paid when due If not so 8 per Inter est will be charged Iron date of A din count ol 7 per will be allowed for No property to be removed until settled BKUUC WKTKEUV Widow of Frank her BOL Spectacles and Eyelasses LABQK8T STOCK IN CITY AT Call and see what we Office at Philip Nices Vow ii the time io place your holiday for this Prices as low as firstclass work n be 10 EAST THIRD ooeeoooooooaaoooeooooooooo Rubber BOBBER mm if 111 tints to 309 lociiit SterUat AND WALL PAPER AT BATES IB THE TIME TO PUT IN NEW GLASS IN THE WHERE IT JS BROKEN OUT GO TO THE UNDERSIGNED FOR CHAMBERLIN GENERAL DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE aaeaei aaBBBB All kinds of Property Bought and Sold on CORNER GALT OFFICE OPEN A YOU KEVER SAW THE LIKE GO TO BRESSLER SONS AND FRUITS OF ALL FLOUR YOU NEVER SAW THB LIKE The finest Flour in tine as silk made out of the finest hard wheat Try it FRUIT YOU NKVEII SAW THB LIKE The choicest Gages and fresh and from Sugars YOU NEVUS BAMT asms InpU All Vinegar and of cholos DRIED PORK YOU Sweet and CANDIESChoice fresh and Tou KKVKE SAW TBS UKK MELONS ffutmegs from Abe YOU NKVSH THE LIKE Sweet and TOBACCO and Cigarettes and BLXSS YOU SAW THE LIKE Go and WjftJNTT TO BORROW MONEY And the security to all you Oorae see
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