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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - October 2, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                OCTOBER BUSINESS DENTAL BURGEON clrea to fold mm an4 and to OM gives on Third 8 Offles hi Dint Rttlmal Bank I DD i Office OTCT Rock An Third Attorneys at A TTOBNEY AT XX roomi 6 tnd Third tnd Locntt BUrttof ATTORNEYS AT Putentu i rooms T Aendemj of Undo Walter ATTORNEY AT Office over A ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SO LICITORS IV ow KMfui Dreg ATTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 LICITOR IN orer Sterling Andrew ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PUB14P OTCT Sterling BL Ring ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC JUBTI08 OF TBX III ColleetUns attested U hrrt NaUgpal Banks and The Sterling National GENERAL Prompt careful attention riven to IB PrwUeaU HOUSE PAPER HANOEtt AND Bhop la Wetwri First front Physicians Anthony In Anthony comer First and Fourth HOMEOPATHIC Office and rooms 10 Rut Third street RuidenM ell Second I to 10 1 to I T to 8 ORIFIOIAL 1C D1BKA8B8 A Union Third F1L Jane PHYSICIAN AND T Acadomy of Muxlc Ho OMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office over Rock Ready 0 answer calls day or front Heal Estate Adam REAL 1NSU BANCB AMD COLLKOT1NQ Honey Loaned on Hetland Personal Offlee next door to Sterling National dter HAILWAT TIME THE CHICAGO ANO NORTHWESTERN Going Batt Oolnt Went Atlantic Denver Overland Clinton HM Sterling 35 The Clinton f assenieT and Sterling Pamenger ran except All other Freight train nolng west gotairjnat et m Tt csrrr BURLINGTON k QUINCI QolDg S Arrive from Going M 41 Arrive from M 41 TT Passenger with trains east and west on Ullnton Branch with at Rock Island east and west with main line for points Council and and for City and points ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT DIXONi Oolna Going Passenger Republican Senntorlal and Hepresrnta ttre State Nineteenth VIRGIL JOHN LCTHEK The Adjonraed Senatorial STERLING COKItBCTKD KVKHY THUBSDAY V 2 KK Oato 100 Cattle 2 25 V head a 00 Hheep 3 M live weight 8 6 FARM V Ib 10320 9 V doz 18 V bu 89 fl ton 3 01X33 BO Morris Run R 00 Antliracffe 7 00 8ALTS bbl 1 20 V tt C EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Carries the principal stock of Building SEWER DEAIN In Whlteslile PAID FOB Qraln Subscribe foi the only TUSTIOE OF THE COL J LECTION AQEHT A NOTARY Plre Insurance In reliable No tM Tbhtd PRACTICAL PAINTER DEOO A Estimates promptly made by leav ng word at Maugans harness Elegant Designs In Gento Giddings ILLINOIS WATCHES Latest Styles In JEWELRY1 16 East Third THE HU3BARD MAHUFACTD BY During Dooaldsona absence In will nil all Frank Cochran TUB CITX ON In A SPECIAL The members of the Board of Trade held a Special Meet ing and resolved that Wilsons is the place to go for bargains iu Staple and Fancy Crockery and Duluth and other brands of Flour kept in Fruits and Vegetables ar rive 308 Locust STERLING DYE GENTS DYED AND REPAIRED or no Also Dress Dyed to shade or AJJ work seat to us will prompt The adjourned session of the 19th district Senatorial convention convened at the Armory at on at 3 oclock with and On motion of John Manahan the former committee on composed of Ferguson of White and Shaw of was in structed to retire and ascertain what if had been taken by the two counties relative to the respective At the request of the Dysart was re quested to entertain the convention with a speech on the subject of Dysart responded in a ten minute speech in which the fish question was but in which thespeaker coun seled harmony and good At this point the committee on cre dentials and reported that the Lee county central committee had filled its delegation by the selection of one more and that the Whlteslde county central committee had done the same by selecting nine additional dele but that twelve of the twenty Qve members of the latter committee had filed a written protest againatauch The report was of moved that the nine additional delegates from Whiteside bo admitted to seats in the Manahan moved as a substitute that the original ten delegates from Whlteside or their personal constitute the delegation from Whlteside county and that they cast the full vote the Man ahan sustained his substitute in a strong speech in which the political situ ation in this county was explained truth and and the duties devolving upon this Sen atorial convention were pointed out He explained the situation so forcibly that there was not a shadow of excuse for the action of Lee county subsequentlyrespecially torthelight of the information they already Lewis responded on behalf of the and the latted waxed eloquent and pawed the alrjala but pro duced not single argument that should have received notice at the hands of the body he was Sheldon got the floor long enough to refute some erroneous statements made by following which the convention was furnished some di version by an exsheriff of Whiteside who approached the chairmans desk and stated that if Snyder is I will hereafter vote In a Democratic After a recess of fifteen a vote was taken on the Manahan substi which resulted 2 16 the of as cast by chairman of the being but The vote on the original motion was then resulting 14 2 with the same ruling on Whiteside countys vote as The convention then adjourned to meet at 7 oclock at the Court As soon as supper was over earnest conferring and no other man In the two counties did more to bring the delegates together than did of Paw Hes emphatically apolitical to say nothing of his pious The delegations or parts of them caucuaaed and counter and while seven of the orig inal ten delegates from this still stood firm for Snyder for State Snyder saw that to continue the fight any farther would put In the field two candidates instead of and thereby endanger Republi can success this and he magnani mously withdrew from the The Dixon delegates agreed to allow the ten original delegates from Wblteside to decide on a man In and after getting into a room and vot ing by ballot a few Fergu of was selected as the man for This harmonized the Morrison faction and Lee countys doubts were and when the con vention reassembled at the court Ferguson was nominated by accla So were ol this county and Mitchell of as The three nominees were then called out and each of them made a very acceptable little Dinsmoojr moved that a Sen atorial committee of three from each county be by the After some named the committee as follows From Lee L Hughes and Jofliau From Wbiteaide McCoy and Convention Rock Rlrer The Diet session of the Rock River Annual Conference convened at Anr this with Bishop Foster 112 were present out of a membership of nearly of this waa one of the and Qrover Clark was delegated as one of the standing committee on Temperance and Prohi and of Rock was made one of the committee Clark was also made one of a committee of six teen to investigate the charges of mal feasance in office against George of the The Presiding Elders from the vari ous districts made very favorable re During the past five years the church property in the Chicago district has increased in value over and the increase of membership has been fifty per cent The report of Elder Van of the Dixon rnnde a splendid In the educational department it was decided that the Jennings Seminary at Aurora needed a new pledged from who acted as secretary of the conference for the past Six was presented with a set of McCllntock Strongs thelogical works set of the Encyclopedia Chadwlck reported that had been raised during the past year for the Freedmans Aid He said his observation is that the ques tion will soon be not not What to do with the What will the Negro do with Fifty years ago there were 40 preach ers belonging to the itock Over this territory there are now preachers members and Joliet was selected as the place of meeting next Sunday afternoon memorial services were held in honorof Kel Critchell and Cum The Conference as a unit voted their appreciation of President Harrison and Congress in their actions relative to the Louisiana The f ollowing are the list of appoint ments from the Dixon B G Shadford A Morley Ashton and Franklin L Norrls W H Tibbals Baxter GRAND RACES The fall meeting of the Sterling Driv ing Park Association occurs Friday and 16th and Literal purses are offered in all the Ev erybody should For 235 For 150 Running for 50 SECOND Colt 3 and 150 Free for 260 be8t2in3 78O Entries for harness races close For running Jt Normal The City Normal Class meets for recitation at the Baptist church on Monday evenings at halfpast 7 All Sundayschool teachers are FRED Administrators Estate o HENRY The undersigned having been appointed Ad ministratrix of the estate ot Henry late ot the County ot Whlteside and mate of Illi hereby glres notice that she will appear before the County Court ot at the County Court Room In at the December on the Pint Monday in December at which time all persona having claims said estate are notified and requexted to attend for the purpose of having the same ad All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the Datea this Nth day of ORFUA 8I3CTH ANNUAL STOCK SALE Ot TrttreugMtred ami Mlgti Rubber iXL SHORTHORNED CAHLE BRESSLER BROTHERS Will sell on their three miles north of on the Preeport four bead of Thoroughbred and four head of HlRh Uradn BlKirtllorn from to if months repreftentlng the following families Crulck These Bulls are thrifty and In good and are of the best of and are all of flue Also about 10 High Grade YEAIIUNO Alan abont 100 Pure Bred PolandChina HOGS 30 40 young 3 Sows with Pedigree furnished all eligible to A few of each family catalogued In CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE SHORTHORN 1 will sell my entire herd ot pure bred Short Hort Cuttle about 40 head of registered animals at Public on at Prairie Stock flve miles northeast ol Sterling and seven miles west of This nerd la composed of 86 females and 8 TWO of which are pure Scotch bred ani one an extra One large enough for The following families are represented Young Desile Young Rosemary and Fltz Filigree 80772 Filigree will also be A FULL error Herd Books 35 volumes In all will bo sold at private Lunch will be served Bole to begin at TERMS OF SALE A creditor one year will with an S roved without Interest If paid when ue If not so 8 per from date of u IJUVBVS uniU jo yvi Eight per cent discount for CTeams will meet persons wishing to attend the sale at the NorthWestern depot at 10 bring them to and return them when sale Is ABIJAH SOL THIRD GREAT Bale Bend tor 1800 the TERMS OF BALE A Credit of six months will be without Interest 8 per Interest from If not paid when due 8 per annum off for No stock to be removed until settled Lunen at 12 Hale at l BRESSLER SOL Real Estate CityaBi Fan Property and Western Lands for for t3T Call and what we Office at Philip Nicea GHAMBERLIN GENERAL DEALERS IN Real Estate ot Bock lura isliea the county offices and Uuj county poor hoqae with coal Breen H Libbeton A Ailing Davis F Farmiloe Locke Harmon and H Turtle S Holm Jaycox Lee Light W H Otjeh Holt M Phelps Maple Bell A M White Mount Thomas C Bigelow Plato K D Hester Horn Rock B MoGuffln Sharon i Spring HUL Thompson L Baldwin Fourth Clark Forkel H T Clendennirig Auxiliary Bible member of the Ashton and Franklin Grove Quarterly nee died on Tuesday at her home in of and was buried at Clinton yesterday Lefflngwell was the youngest child of and Hugh and waa born In this She was married to of She was a well Intelli gent and her large circle of rel atives and friends here are sorely grieved over her She leaves a husband and two Robert and William besides her Aunt Mary and three sistera and one The Democratic county convention convened at Morrison yesterday after noon at two with Fred Bastlan of as No action of Importance waa further than the passage of a resolution endorsing the candidacy of County Qeorge Adams as County and Joel Farley u Ed of Hahna was nominated for but declined the empty honor in a neat matter of supplying candidates for Treasurer and County Superintendent of was referr ed to the county central The proceedings of the convention were harmonious Every town ship in the county was represented and convention was the largest that the Democracy have ever A harmless tree in front of the office of Moses DUlonon Second bears A placard which Tula ia a We aw told own er thus labels hoping thereby to throw some ligh athwart the Intellect of the Principal of tUa Sterling Busi ness who baa wondered wlwt ttfc ANNUAL AUCTION SALE DILLONS STOCK Five miles southeast of two miles east of the Colder and the 320 Acre Farm known as the Dillon Stock ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD ON Southeast Corner Gall OFFICE OPEN 8 bred to Rawsons Iciclie ron horse 6 grade Percheron three ElS lilgh grade ShortHorn bred to my thoroughbred Imported Bed Polled bullDavyson 460 5 high grade Holstlen bred to Imported Angus bull No 5800 Purchasers will secure valuable calves frorn these Most of the cows are due to calve 20 head of young 3 young stein 2 cross bred Angus S cross bred Red Polled I have decided to close out my herd of Brood Hows recorded In offering exceptional opportunity to purchase stock purely Twenty head Brood too head young 10 Hogs are sound and My Stock Farm In Montmoreney sisting of 320 This farm can be divided Into two U and will lie offered as a whole or divided to suit wishes of I consider this farm my beat and would not part with It but that I nave arranged to extend mymanufactortng Interest largely will neces sarily engage time heretofore given to farm In terest I nave spent money freely on this In the way ot bulldfngs and The farm IB in good condition to make money for Stock and all kinds of farm produce have and it looks as if It had come to stay Farm lauds no doubt will advance largely In the near u not tills a time to buy asd secure the and not watt until land has doubled There Is no mortgage on the Title good terms liberal low rate of Interest Terms announced on day of STOCK TERMS A credit of ten months will be given on notes with approved without Interest U nald when due II not paid when 8 per cent from date A discount allowed for cash at the rate of 8 per cent per property removed until settled Lunch at 11 Sale to commence Transportation will be furnished to from a by calling at my office In Rock Spectacles and Eyeglasses LARGEST STOCK IN CITY AT KEEPER n n For all kinds of Job Prln PriminfT Ing go to the HTANDABO I I Orders by mallfo I IllUlllgi at regular Address THE 1 71 STAMPS of all to fif 3 309 Locust making the finest to be had in the Hlf nluayn in better tutte han ever Do you want a flrttlclass Xndia Ink or fanteUt Por rait He can get it for Ha iff iu the time to place your for Prices an low at firstclass work can be 10 EAST THIRD oeooeeoooeoeooeeeeooaoooeo AND WALL PAPER AT IS THE TIME TO PUT IN NEW GLASS IN THE WHERE IT IS BROKEN OUT SOL PUBLIC We will offer at public at the place known as the Nance u utlleg north west ol 11 miles northeast o and 2K miles southeast ot on Wednesday commend at K oclock the lollow deacrtbed property 7 comprising one twoyearold Blaelc Clyde weight isusffi two oneyearold aian Colti weight UOOeach tour By ring equally WJ d 8 is Spring and one b1 140 Including to good PolandChina BoarsU a and 44 Poland Cbluas 3 Bows and Pita j the balance MRMtafl Cose Minneapolis Binder nearly Buzz Wood SawaadJtorse 48 comprising 12 head Milch Cowi and 8 30 oneyearold grade Yearling GO TO THE UNDERSIGNED FO1V ED P PERRY Im VJ I taHl I i 1 YOU SAW THE Kdw two S Stubbto HowVW alklng 14 and uew last lorae UrajJ Double Har Drlvliiz aaruess neariy njwX Hay and oaoaorevgood CORN in Of aAtK All euios of and cash over that amount a credit ol 18 monthg yUl be given on notes with approved without luUsrert U nald when due U not no 8 per will charged troindateojC Ailli oount of 7 per coat will be allowed lor canh No BRESSLER SONfS AMD FRUITS OF AU KJ SOL Av 3 FIOMR YOU NEVER SAW TDK vaaA fine as ailk made out of the flawt hard whaafc FRUIT YOff NKVBB 8AW THE UKK Gages and fresh nad Sugars ire 4 All Vinegar aud of DRIED PORK Sweet and CANDIES Cboiee MELONS Mutmsga trom THKLIKE Sweet am TOBACCO   

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