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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                Eiani1 44 OCTOBER II JO BUSINESS rjBNTAL tad Co children when dMlraL on Third enpOttM ri Flitt BKUmsl Buk Office OTCT f Hetk V on Third tdjotobc Attorneys at A TTORNKY AT tootni t tad Thltd Locuat TTOUNBY8 AT B rooms Tu4 Mmlc Matter A TTORNKY AT Offlu ant JA C ATTORNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 LIOITOH8 IN aw Bettors Drug A TTORNKY AT LAW AND 8J LICITOR IN orcr BtarUof Mttloual IlL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PUBLIC A Offlco OYST SUrllni National BL Ttlephom Keg ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC A JUHTIOR OF THI Collection attainted M Btfunle First r Banks and Sterling National BanJeT Prompt end euafol Mteattoo ttu to HOUSE PAPEB HASOKR AHD Shop In D4TU Vint front Physicians Anthony fi PHYSICIANS OfflM la Anthony tonat first SWUM tat Jorth AL Offlca ud 10 Third Second Ofllw 7 riBIPIOlAL V 10 DI8BA8KS A Puloa Third Jane PHYSICIAN AND Academy of Muxlc PHYSICIAN JLJL BURGEON Offlca over Exchange Rock Ttovly o answer calls day or from MY Real Estate Adam REAL TN8U RAHOB AMD H0M7 LoMiofl 011 Retl tod Penonsl Office ami door to BtwUng JJitloutl riUf T08TIOB OP THE COL IJtOTION AQBNT ft NOTARY fire In Mo Uu Thlid itrMU and PRACTICAL PAINTER DECO promptly made by leav og word at llaugans barneu Giddings ILLINOIS RAILWAY Going Ktat Ootng West MI Iretland nutba Union lerllng Tbe Omaha Clinton lerllog ran except All otbet tfAlns Freight train going went at golnEeut el 1 ao rrr ItUKLlNQTON A ftUINCY Oolng B Arrlta from I I Pvsenger M connects with trains eait and mt on CllotoD Branch with t Hock Irland cant and with main Hue for inlnU Council and nil Kantas City and points ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Uolng Going 1MB THE HUBBARD MAHUFACTD BY DONALDSON During Donaldsons absence In VUANK will fill ull Hye Barley LIVE V loo 3 eo Cattle 2 XK04 23 00 ISO V Hliocp 3 live Chickens ABM f 8 18 f aj s OOCW eo Morris 800 Anthracite 7 oo i ao y 8 6 All siseSfshapeaand prices of WATER TASKS made at JKOSE3 Frank Cockr an IJtAPS TH8 CITY ON AMD RAILWAY THE CHtCAGQ AND TOM he great Maine Statesman in Ster Crowd Short doing M 41 AniTB from 88 41 STERLING CORRKCTKD JCVXRT TtlUIUUAY COAL COAL Lnd tAe place to get the best is at MOSES you want to please your order your WOOD at MOSES The highest market price paid for GRAIN at DfLLONS ill kinds of done at DILLONS Planing rjeave your orders for STORM SASH early at v MOSES Subscribe for the only OOODB Elegant Designs la GOLD WATCHES Latest Styles In JEWELRY IS East Third In accordance with the announce ments last Speaker or the Czar at the Democrats are pleased to style their arrived at the iclock Saturday enroute to Bock Island from and was met by a big crowd of enthusiastic Re who recognize abilities and admire hla colossal white In the throngs that gathered wereto seen many Democrats notwithstanding the fact that they ear nevertheless admire him for ils A temporary platform bad been reeled just east of the passenger de rat two additional arc lights were uupended on the north side of Locust beneath of whiph the Key tone Band dispensed music for a half iour before the arrival of the special tearing the distinguished while 2000 among whom were many were massed on Locust street Between the Q crossing and Third The weather was rainy and disagree able aU but a few minutes before the train it ceased rain and the clouds Reed was hurried to the plat orm as soon as the train by rlayor Lawrence and he latter having accompanied the Speakers party from as soon as the applause Mayor jawrence Introduced the Speaker in these Fellow I have the honor and the pleasure of introducing to you this one of the most prominent men in American the Giant of the the man of iron Reed of Speaker of the House of who will now address you Heed was enthusiastically and after apologizing for re maining covered spoke some fifteen during which we gleaned the oliowing I thank you for this cordial I take Is your approval of he honored principle of government enacted into Breeder and Dealer In Fancy Full Blood and Hall Blood Shetland Ponies HOCKtEBEUBY and two fine bred Shetlaud can be seen at my ban Huckleberry Is fonyrslic Inches white and maliogany bay wttli black and Vic tor Is a promising young stulllou about WO Young Bony Stock and Half Bloods ppVfcorrespondence STEKWNQ JIYEOAHD Ip ttrstclass no Also to or All wofK sent Ui w reeaive proapt DHlong Stock The big stock sale of II1 occurred on Friday last at his east four miles southeast of lock and was largely Tot as many people were present from distance as has been noted at former but this was equalized by the pre ence of a greater number of home of ternd aa auc ibneerTand begatf promptly 112 and did not cease to blow is bazoo until darkness set The Iddlng was lively from the and or the most the stock ottered rought fair The 138 were all Poland Chinas and constituted Dillons en Ire They brought good hough no fancy prices were realized any of the The which were mostly high rade short horn and Holstein went low considering their original oat and but it is evident lat most fanners throughout this sec Ion nre stocked up on high urade cat and that the time for fancy figures or fine cattle is The milk cows and springers sold at prices ranging rom 930 to A bunch of yearling extra good were knocked own to Adam Smith of this city for per and the same buyer ot several yearling heifers at W to er head less than steers brought We oticed two good yearling Jersey heif rs that sold for only which few years ago would have brought ben times that About a dozen and yearling d two year old colts were disposed of t good of bought a fine pair of two ear old colts for which was the highest figure paid for while brood some of which were sold for 880 to Billon offered his either or in two parcels of 100 acres but the highest offer received was per acrejand the sale was with This farm Is regarded as a so jerior grass is well 1m and ought to bring at least per It will iibw probably be disposed of at private as Dil on proposes to give his whole atten lon hereafter to his manufacturing The Democratic party has one great advantage over the Republican latter does the former ob ectatoit and finds fault with us for doing what they cant do and dont know how to I acknowledge the Not having to do are under no necessity of being consistent There is nothing in the constitution of the Democratic party which or has ever required hem to do They have aim ply to oppose what we and then ac count for all the of the world by the acts of the Republican Yet they always approve what we Give them time and they will endorse us every You cant find a Democrat who does not approve of the acts of the Bepub ican party during the and the moat of them claim that they put down he great uprising with their own fair The speaker then touched briefly and upon several but dwelt for a minute upon the by the of the million and a quar ter of negro and called attention to the fact that a man in for is worth only onethird of a gentleman in South Carolina and the aforesaid South Carolina gentleman is worth seven of the mortgaged far mers of la Wisconsin 000 votes must be cast to elect nine con while in the Gulf states 000 votes elects twentysix members of the House of Sev en times as many votes are required to elect a man to office in as are necessary to perform the same feat in South Reed closed his brief talk by urg ing the Republicans to stand by their colors Go to the polls on and endorse your own It was a treat to our people to even see and none of the large crowd present regretted the half hour or so they spent In the chilly at for this At the train rolled out of the depot for Rook Island where Reed was booked for a and where he ad dressed an immense crowd at that alght Low twenty and thirty the Academy next A citizen and a patron of our requests us to call attention to the faci that in none of our schools have we a fire such as Is practiced In all schools to larger In to to avoid in case of such 9 drill is very Either tha Ster ling or Wallace school buildings could be emptied in lees than one pro Tided the children are thoroughly drill e4 aad under but in the ab sence of such it is appareai that terrible disaster might ensue Too same citUen claims that is law ia effect prohibiting school from employing any but licensed news to run furnaces in public buildings law In Grover Clarks sermon at he Fourth street church last iunday he stated that a teach ir in one of the departments of the Wallace school had encouraged the pu ils in her room to attend a matinee where Little Lord Fauntleroy was and the reverend gentle man made this the occasion for admin atering a severe rebuke to his member hip for attending theatrical perform While we cheerfully endorse much that Clark said on this BuJ yet we art not prepared for a wholesale denunciation of the Along with the there is much that s upon the modern American All actors and actresses are not morally bad on the the great majority of them live pure lives as a they are above the average of mankind and womankind intellectual The requirements of their profession are such that they Sould not succeed unless excep tionally bright Select your heatrlcal performances as you do your books accept the good and reject the evil There are probably no parents In ibis city who would object to their chil dren reading Little Lord Then what valid objection can be urged to allowing a child to witness its rendi in its dramatized by a repu table company of play actors Adulteration of The total food consumption per year in the United amounts to It is estimated that 9 per cent of this la or of which 90 per is harmlessly doctor If the estimate be then them is an annual output of food containing poisonous adulteration to the amount while the portion that harmless reaches a total of American We are indebted to Won of the Manufacturers and Mer Mutual Insurance of courtesies while in that Ity the other Americas Early The civilization Peru began about M same time as that of about 00 yean prior to the landing of Colum It la attributed to the first erurian king of the Incaa who es ablished the empire on a firm He xmnected the country by a number of tralght often 100 miles in and nil connected with the Along these roods were placed houses repose and entertainment for the dngs Agriculture received much on account of the scarcity of rain prevalent in that fields were watered by canals led in rom rivers and The people cultl ated and and ad quite on extensive Tlw religious character of the ancient ertrvians ia an interesting They wereimuch more developed in this re pectithan their southern and while the worship of the Bun seems to iave been the religion of the their rlcsts seem to have held the higher be ief of a personal creator of the eun and other heavenly Human sacrifices were almost un nown in and cannibalism is Picture writing was uoed at and a record of time was ept by a system of knotted hey had quite developed in aild we have some thirty or forty of their which were mainly upon their at Plnladelphia The thistle and some other weeds winged and these not uuf requentiy travel 800 miles in a day in paase ogejr tar and by ore swept out at thread of the find a suitable take root and There pkants growing in Kirkwood between the nil road tracks which are only found la TTpiPffttj the being tlw railway Louis A fng or A frog ia colored red uu fearlessly about ia the day It haa perfect faith warning No shake or bird will touch it for it is to the and th sooner it is reoogmced the ollo Miss Helen an actress o wellkuown ability iuoa wil hold the boards at the Academy of Mu sic all next supported by TirrtUi New York Couittdf aa organiza tion of unusual The prices wil be twenty wad thirty ani tbis is the ouly that is booked at thftee low prices thia fho noetiery and cofttutaes are said to to uuuflttfilly aixd ihere wlU no be the rush COST seats nest Mon day Many flue Phixpharmecnt Varieties of or as hey are popularly which give out light in a dark place have been re ported from Australia and other parts of The appearance of this in as seen In 1s de scribed by an English One dark about the beginning of while passing along the I observed some boys amusing themselves with some luminous which I at first supposed to be a kind of on making I found it to be a beautiful phosphorescent one was told that it grew abund antly in the on the docay ng leaves of a dwarf Next day I obtained a great many and ound them to vary from one inch to two nches and a half v The wholo plant gives out at night a phosphorescent of a pale rreenlah similar to that emitted by he larger or by the curious soft Mdied marine The light given out by a few of in n dark was sufficient to read Where Hod The popular captain of Company Twelfth Vermont was stroll ng in the woods just out of camp one day during the when he came upon a member of his company sitting on the stump of and as though he had fought lus last Whats the Bill said the captain was the reply I am all You look as you had a fit of said with some nothing of the what ore you thinking about asked bis I was said the that I wished I was in my fathers bam In your fathers barn I What on earth would rou do if you were in your fathers tf The poor fellow uttered a long drawn dgh and said Id RO into the mighty Real Estate AKD Cily ana Fan Property mi festers or ff Call and see what we Nices SELL Tin Hani Coal Surface BED CBOSS Coat or Large Line of Wood Soft Coal COTTAGE IF YOU WANT ANYTHIHB IN THE STOVE Come to us and we will do you Onr Excuses areLess M Prices Than any house In DAVIS Went Third CHAMBERS GENERAL DEALEH9 1ST Real Estate ALL KINDS OF FflCHm BOUGHT Soulheant Corner Gall OPBS making tht finest to be had in the Jlla nlumyH in better NOW than aver Do you want n flrnlctaM Gray India Ink or 1axtetle t He can get it for Now in the time to holiday order n for this work can bt 10 EAST THIRD WINDOW GLASS IN G RE AT VAI ETY SIZES Double and Single ACADEMY OF ALL NEXT HELEN VAUGHN SUPPORTED BY TIBBJtLfl HEW YORK COMEDY Prices 20 and PUBLIC iwlemlgned having rented his uow by for lor cosh will sell on the 1H miles west ol Gait on The following property HOBBSaGray slnxt by Uptons stallion four years old next tprtngi has been worked some the pant HALT AND READ I THE HUB GROCERY 87 M Mllcn IS one and two years past 4 two PASI one Registered Durban from Bresslers berd oj Durhauutwo yeiiru old In tba cprlng one TUorougbbred Bull dropped in Most ot ine cattle aje bigU grade o from hlgbbred pigged last spring 3 each wnh a number of young Aboot as tons of and most of It la bam and hay Also one feed QF SALE s All sums of ts and cash over that amount a credit ot 12 mouths will be given on with approved without Interest U paid when one If not so 8 per luter eatlroiu date ol A dltoount of B per cent will be made tor Ho property to be re paored until settled at U Sale to commence LEHMAN Hw3 Admlnistrfttoru LOUISA D Tha noderslKtted baring been appointed Afl mlointrotrtx oTtQe estate 41 Louisa Utu oj OooivU of Wilteslda and State ot ttiat ulm will up DeMtwforetbe Oonnty Court ol ooun tyTat the County Coan Uooiu iu at December oa UID first iu Deetmbff at which all cwnoiw having clsiuu igalost said eattttB are uoutlwl inwl Imt ttujfiKifto ol to One Door West of Market t Where you are asked to call and leave your orders for STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES 1 t Canned Green 1 We do and will sell Groceries 93 cheap as tbe and guarantee you square V YOU NEVER SAW BRESSLER AND FRUITS OF Alt i FLOUR1 YOU SAW ffea aa flue as sUitt made wf ci tec4 FRUIT YOV KKYTSB SAW jc Ougea au4 tixjuh RQCiRm AU   

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