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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - November 13, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                v NOVEMBER Btrsiirass v DENTAL SjMeUI Mn rlTCT to void crown mA ferlitgr ud to cbllflrent OM glrta when Offlw oo Third la Flnt XtttoBtl Buk f 1J over Roek Vt on TtlM Mltotaliw Oru lUlnoU Attorneys at tn ATTOflNEY AT rooini and Tblrdand Manahan C ATTORNEYS AT a T and uf Unalo IT alter ATTORNEY AT Office over A TTORNK YS AT LAW AND 80 LICITOR8 IN K eaters Drufi ATTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 IJCITOR IN Office over Sterling MaUonal ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PDBUU 8tJB Office over Sterling National ine Ring BAILWAY TlKfB A TTOBNEY AT NOTARY PUBUO A JTJHTIOB OF Tint Collectlooi attendad to First Natlooal Banka and Sterling National BanhT GENERAL Prompt and careful attention riven to all Pnalduk HOUSE PAPER HANOSR AND Shop IB DtTUJk First front Physicians Anthony PHYSICIANS AND la Anthony comer Flint avonat and Fourth Si TTOMEOPATHIO XJL Office and room 10 But Third Residence HI Second Ofllco I to 10 1 to I T to 8 OKIPIOIAL 1C DISSA8B3 A Third Jane PHYSICIAN AND Academy ol Munlc HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office over Exchanpi Rock Rondy 0 answer calU day or from MY Estate Adam REAL TN3U KANCE AKD COLLEOTINO Loaned on Heal tod Penonal Office door to BtoiUug NMIonal BUr TUSTIOE OF THE COL tf LBOTION AGENT ft NOTAKY Vlre iDstuanM In reliable Mo UU Third THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going BiutL Going Went Atlantic Express louver Overlind BipreM tHnton Sterling ctrry going F BURUflGTON t QUINCT Going 98 Arrive from Went M 41 Going A 16 Arrive from n 17 Famenger 88 connects with tralna cut and west on Clinton Branch with at Hock timid eaut and went with main line for Council and aud for KIUIIUW City and polnH CENTRAL AT Qolne STEELING CORBECTED EVKHV TUUBHDAY V 394MO LlVB V 60 KXij4 28 V OOtM 00 live 8 8 FARM 9 8 V 18 9 v W Morris 800 700 1 20 8 COAL COAL And the place to get the best is at MOSES If you want to your order your KINDLING WOOD at MOSES shapes and prices of WATER TASKS made at MOSES The above is a of the STAN DAHDS premium for this The Farmers a large vol ume of 7C8 The STANDAHD one year and this valuable book for in Wait and see this useful David well known died at his 009 West Fourth street on Monday after noon at Z oclock and was buried yes terday at 10 oclock The disease was an affection of the con tracted during his army and with which he had long altho bedfast only a He was a mem ber of the 122d and the funeral occurred under the auspices of Will Robinson He was fortyfive years of age and leaves a wife and seven children to de plore the loss of a kind and lov ing husband and Two sisters and a brotherlulaW ar rived here from Lancaster county the birth place of the in time for the which was largely at tended by the neighbors and friends who knew Eristnan and esteemed him for bis many good qualities of head and The sorely aflilcted widow and little ones have the sympathy of every one in their great and the STANDARD extends its The highest market price paid for CHiAIN at DILLONS All WOODWORK done at DILLONS Planing Pcyixiter and T3RAOTIOAL PATNTKU DEOO K A TO promptly made by leav ng word at MaDgana haruees GiddingB Leava your orders for STORM SASH early at MOSES Subscribe for the only Change of An important change of time on the takes effect next Sun The time cards havenot yet been but agent gives us the following The now passes here at going has been changed lollW pili which now goes east at will pass hereafter at The west bound train will arrive on the old but stops instead of run ning through to A west bound which is made up goes out at and the Sterling passenger departs for the east at instead of as hereto No important changes in the ar rival or departure of the early morning or of the The lat ter goes east at and west at Our people will appreciate these changes especially he morning train west and the evening train to Both are and have been for greatly and Fowler has the thanks of a multitude of people for effecting these 8Sggsa K w S o sassft IBryfttltpj pew el s8 QUO ta QI ta QI S M t Far 1 Real Estate City ana Fara Properly and festers Laiis for Call and we wlmt SELL THE Hard Coal Surfamt Hose RED OEOS8 For Coal or Large Line of Wood Soft Coal COTTAGE it l IF YOU WANT ANHH1H8 IN THE STOVE Come to us and we will do you Qnr Eipenui am Less and Prices XiO W Than any bouse 111 DAVIS West Third pEAtEtlS tSf Real Estate ALL KINDS GF PROPERTY SOUGHT AKg SOLD ON Corner Gait OFFICE OPEN IS MAKtNO Tlffi Photographs To be had in the Ills aiwnys U better now thnu ever 10 Ihird MELVIN LOHR THE POPULAR CANNED STAPLE FANCY 1 Cheap as the Good M the TRY A V CORNER THIRD STREET WINDOW GLASS IN ILLINOIS THE HUBBARD MANUFACrO BY During UonaUlsona absence Is FAANK will mi tai Elegant Designs In Ladies d Gents GOLD WATCHES Latest Styles In1 JEWELRY 15 Ewt Third k Dochran 1BAJP8 TUB ON Breeder and Dealer In Funoy Fun Jllood and Uall BlooU Shetland Ponies two ftoa bred bhotUunl can lie at roj Huckleberry la fortysix lnohes white mid mftboguny bay wllu bUclc uud Vlo tor la a irtmiUIng joung sulllou weighing About GOO Young Pony Stock and Half Bloods for Death of Miss Miss Sallie only daughter of the late Jonas of this and1 niece of Sec retary of the died at the fam ily residence in thia city on November at oclock of and will be buried in the family lot at Riverside beside the remains of her today at two oclock of the First Presbyterian Miss Windom was born In this city on was educated in our public schools and has rMded here all her where she was lored and esteemed by When but a child she united with the First Presbyterian church and has always lived a life con sistent with her high religious profes Some two years ago the cancer which eventually caused her made its and despite the fact that the best medical skill of the country was steadily but surely pulled her down to the Besides the breaved four brothers Will and and these will serve as pall bearers to In compliance with the wish of the The floral offerings were numerous and very and on account of the high social standing of the deceased and her friends the funeral this after noon will be largely Piano Correspondence SpedadesandEjfel LABOEST 8TOCK IN CITX AT KEEFEB Rock Falls Woods and of were in town last called here by the serious illness pf Wil of was home last week shaking hands with r Teachout has moved to Ster Price left on a trip in the in terests of the Empire of Keo last Curtis will hold a sale at his on the Golder next week Isaac Sturtevants new in life First is rlearly It will be occupied by Vock will build a nice house in the First this fall Dow baa moved into one of Anthonys First Pollock cut his thumb quite se verely last by the breaking of bottle containing which he was trying to Horlacher have put a stone foundation under their a needed who has been quite is convalescent Christopher has been unable to teach her room at school for the past on account of at the residence ofthe brides Wednesday Pierce and Miss Stella Friends were pres ent from Pixon other The Epworth of the will hold a sociable at the real dence of Friday daughter of Marion has been quite sick with long Stone has been on the sick lls for the past few Scott has returned from Chica where he has been looking up rea estate y the very talented American will give a recital next Tuesday at the Congregational Reserved seats can be secured at llahaus urn sic Bale begins at 8 Admission 60 The Soted Ferguson and who appear at the Academy of Music next Monday night in will cer tainly be the corned event of the sea This company IB not only the lar but the bast farce eomedy com pany that eye appeared la Stsr and numbsra meosbere of rare In James Deete returned from where be spent several days Homer Baird and Hal Ly tie spent a day last week visiting In and John Tracy are happ over the arrival of a nice little girl toa came to their place laat and Carolua and littl ones in Book and family spent Sunday at Jacob Heed and wife attended a BUT WedBMidajr gives w JL vflnr IP f icious young animal took Its spite out y kicking her on the thus caus ng a hard bruise relief was afforded er only after she bad made a couple of isita to the doctors Reed and Albert pent Sunday in Hause and Miss of visited friends and relatives n Empire the beginning of the Getz and Harry if called in George Smith and family are now ilcely located in their new which las been built Asforastruo ure ofbeauty and we mow of none In the surrounding coun ry that will surpass this Mary Reed visited Thursday last at ChamberllDs in Enos Hoak for where he Intends to spend GREAT VARIETY SIZES Double and Single AT Gli lki9 Lot ihe winter in ACADEMY OF The Renowned U In his A Pair of Prices ouly 0 tad 75 HALT AND BEAD ii THE HUB GROCERY HAS A FINE SELECTION OF TOP OPEN DEMOCRAT Half PlatTo BUSINESS Mult by of Best tor JOHN I win sell at Public on my south ol Kock ou One Door West of Schmoegera M Where you ate asked to call and leave your orders or STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES i t I Canned Green We do and will sell Groceries as cheap as and guarantee you square yotr SAW poatte wUat U fcaowu M UMI Baaea On 7B ol Mileli HeU with S CoJU cow g Colu coming i 4 Bprlnjf 111 Sam with lUjfn twit two to am moojiu l Chestw Wpr B TpMff ipo jftfat TP UWflWIifl OIT NJJVKB fiAW vos SKVTSK SAW Gaget T All 8 Also variety ol TEKM8 OK BuULB ill MUBS ol K ttQd l U   

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