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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - November 27, 1890, Sterling, Illinois VO BUSINESS Bpectal ciTn to gold erown ait teUf9 tod in chllrtrrmd OM glim Offlw m Third D Office Wnt HiUorUI Btni i ant JBTt Office on Third adjoining HAILWAT THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going OoTng Atlantic Deimr Sterling OVMlnna fcli Oroftbs Clinton TiTO f be wert MODS all ttono wtwt ot Freight west at All with AH omew BUBUNOTON A QUINCI NOVEMBER CHAMBERUN Subscribe for ttt osly Real Estate Going Attorneys at A CORNET AT roomf sod Third ma Loenrt fl ATTORNKtS AT Aetdtmy of Hado Walter ATTORNEY AT Office A TTORNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 11CITORS IN OOstmi Ksdsrt Drug A TTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 JnL UOITOB IN Offlotom StCTlipg SsUonal Arrlre from Kant IT QOlng 88 41 Arrive tram 88 41 Panenger 86 with trains eutsnd went on Clinton Bnuicti with 04 L A at Rock IfHud eut anil west with main line for Council and and or Kantaa City and ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Going Going North Pswenger STERLINO ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR XX AT NOTARY FUBUC A OfflM otar Nstlossl BL t A TTOHNEY AT NOTARY FUBUC JTJ8T101 OF THB Collections sttendsd Banks and COBBKCTBD THUB8DAV V Im 2 Oats Rye sasno JJVK p a as a 04M 8 fl 3 00 Sheep 3 2034 BO live Chickens 6 FABM V 20 ton 3 0003 BO Bun V IB 800 700 Tht Sterling National rjJBNEBAL Prompt and catefoi attention itrea to all BXUN HOUSE PAPEE HANOBH AND Shop U IterU rinl front Physicians Anthony PHYSICIANS AND Offloe In Anthony eoraar Flrrt tuA Fourth HOMEOPATHIC Office and rooma 10 Kut Third Ill Second Office tto 1 rvaiEIOIAL 10 DIBBABES A Pnloa Third PL Jane PHYSICIAN AND Academy ot Moslc TJOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN JCX Office over Exchange Rock Fi 0 anewer calls day or from MT COAL1CQAL And place to get the teat is at MOSES If you want to please yotir order your KINDLING WOOD at MOSES All 8hapesand prices of WATER TANKS made at MOSES The highest market price paid for GRAllf at DILLONS Rock Ready Real All kinds of WOODWORK done at DILLONS Planing Leave your orders forSTORM SASff at MOSES inn For all kinds of Job Printing UUD go to TUB STANDXKD office Orders by mall lor Letter PRINTING Note atato rnin I promptly at regular THE f DI flOOORfl towed BotUad Fenoaal L UU Hsjtaal DLUOOUlf fi i i i i ivttBvi TTJ8TIOB OP THE COL J to rcliible Ut Painter and 2V PAINTBE promptly made by IBM Bg word at Mangang harnefw Giddings ILLINOIS NEW GHDQDB Elegant Designs In GOLD WATCHES Styles In JEWELRY 1 1 5 East Third THE HUBBARD flAHUFACTD 9Y DonaWsoos In will fill all Breeder and Dealer InFane Full Blood and Hall BUxxJ Shetland Ponies two floe bred Shetland can be seen at ruy Huckleberry la Inches and mobogiwy bay with black and Via tor is promUlug young sttUllou weighing fbQttt MO Pony Stock and Half for ijica Young Spectacles and Eje Fr asik Coclvra Our City I Although the STANDARD has not al ways been In sympathy with the acta ot the present and has had cause to criticize its doings on mofe than one occasion yet we are not blind to the fact that much good work has been accomplished in the past twelve and at what appears to be a very rea sonable outlay of the Citys As compared with the preceding Iwelve montiisTrTHe past shows twice the material and yet in 1889 the Consolidated or ge neral fond in the treasury was an ticipated early in September and was entirely exhausted by January I whereas this year the same fund was not anticipated until October 15th and there is yet in this fund over which defray the citys bills until May next A great amount of work has been done upon the streets and alleys the past and constant and profita ble employment furnished to scores of men and On Locust eight blocks have been filled or and partly Fourth street has been graded and paved from First avenue west to Avenue East Fourth street has been graded several blocks the Spring Creek sewer construc ted Sixth avenue is will soon be macadamized several miles of wooden sidewalks have been repaired and over a mile of new tile sidewalk laid soms twenty permanent stone crossings have been constructed First avenue graded from 4th to 8th and the asphalt walks completed Cen tral Park graded and otherwise im proved valuable additions made to the equipment of the Fire Department and but by far the most impor the Avenue Sewer some eleven miles in success fully All the general expenses of running the City have been no floating and the bonded only has not been increased a In addition to the work enumera are many items less impor tant that might be mentioned but the foregoing is sufficient we to prove the fact that Mayor Lawrence and the Council of have been active and have the citys revenue to soirie It is true ttias our streets are in bad and the croakers are croak butevery sensible knows that as a result of putting lifthe not be A grader and scraper has Just been pur chased and are now at and if the cold weather holds off two most of tbe streets will be in fair condition for The worst question the Council now has to deal with is the light The light company is giving us the ve ry poorest kind of This will have to be In tbe mat ter of street railroad the people think the council was too lenient on How land In another the time stipulated for theae men to be gin work in earnest on the railroad Is and then this The Sterling school has enrolled 653 pupils this Of these 601 have been in actual attendance this 28 have left and the remainder are temporarily absent on account of sickness and other Below the High the average enrollment to each division a little over 40 and the average number actuallyattending 43 to each There are 90 in the Over a hundred visits were paid the school in mostly by persons whose interest is in or less than the interest of a pa rent or There were over 60 cases of to be just 61 which la one and flfty too In the very best schools tardi ness is At the teachers institute at Noyes explained the result of some figuring he has done oq the direction of the axis of the He claims the earths axis is constantly changing Us direction that at one time ita axis was probably perpendicular to the plane of ita From this posi tion it gradually declined till the posi tion of was when it turned and is now traveling back toward a In about years that position will be He la not prepared to say what kind of be luga will inhabit the globe but thinks they will differ somewhat from tbe present Henry one of the Metz Broth horse of was arrested by a Marshal last and taken to Chicago to answer to ft charge of hiring alien While in France and Germany he hired four The law provides for a fine of for TJulesa Metz can clear he will have to to the tune of The City Council olf Freeport has granted tbe Electric Street Railway Company a It will soon be time for CPy Council ta act on our atfeet railway The time is pearly up for Jlowlaust Ellto to step down give somebody tliat Qurwun OOOOmHOttN A Compendium of Practical Informa tion on all Snbjwts Relating to Farm and GIVEN AS A PREMIUM WITH THE STAN DARD ONE YEAR FOR CASH IN The book contains 768 well printed and the retail price is It is a book that every farmer should It contains the following chapters The the Domestic Legal Useful In the chapter on THK FAHM Is discussed Wheat Fruit the Injurious Insects and their j THE HORSE occupies 88 containing many II1 as 1ThePoints of ft t cuts showing How to Tell the The diseases the horse is subject to are and treatment and special remedies Over 100 pages are devoted to CATTLE Alder the Fat Spaying with their Treatment and There Is the same kind of a chapter on covering 50 The number of pages is given to describing the how to how to to care to to slaugh to to with a short space devoted to Beme Here are given Bolton Plymouth Sliver with Diseases and The chapter on this Important sub ject contains 145 and It treats of the care of the dis and gives a very lull ust of rem Koek Falla Scott returned from Chicago last where he had been visit Kock Falls Was well represented at the Sunday School held In the Presbyterian church of last Thursday and Henry Graves little girt bad the mis fortune to run a needle into her knee one day last James Spear has moved Into Isaac Stnrtevant S house In the First Union services willbe held in the Congregational at Preaching by The evening service will be held at the Methodist Wll of visited his parents over Farmers i Rleger requests us to say to the farniflrs that they are rushing in their poultry in an unfit In order to command the top should be prepared for the mar ket in tbe same manner as a hog or a They should be fed well and got ten In a good condition in other Rleger informs us that a great many bring their poultry In and expect the top of the when in fact they are entirely unfit for the mar The time has passed when a chicken of any sort can be sold for The poultry industry has assumed immense and con sequently it is being looked after sharp feed your poultry plenty of corn and then you can expect a good round price for Card of I desire to return my heartfelt thanks to the members of Will Robinson and to the many friends who so kindly aided us at the death and burial of my beloved Each and every one has my sincere A tm SELICTiON OF TOP OPEN DEMOCRAT HaU Plain A8D BUSINESS Made by of His Best and tor by JOHN THEY MUST GO Alt KINDS Of mttiW A89 SOLD ON Souheart Corner GMtl OFFICE OPEN J Is the time to get one of those handsome RED CTJOSS or STEW ART Hard Coal Heaters THE HOUSEIIOLD is the part of the book to delight the it treats of the Din the Host and to the extent of about 140 DOMESTIC PETS will please the younger and LEGAL POINTS Will suit everybody that does any busi Here Is given Information about Part Exemptions in the dif ferent of Power of besides 25 pages of Useful All tHis vaste amount of useful infor mation and the STANDARD one year for in The informa tion In one chapter alone may save you a hundred This Is the best chance youll Subscribe now for the BTEBUCNO and get a copy of this valuable Two Dollars In to both old and new gets the with 25 cents if sent by Presbyterian evening a supper will be given at the Presbyte rian followed by a social la the church You are specially in The Lanark Gazette saya of the late political eruption The general feeling all over the State is one of The Democrats are glad the Republicans did not and the Republicans are thankful the Democrats got and every one is waiting with Intense interest to see what the farmers are going to do with the now that they have got Daniel a wealthy fanner living near was adjudged insane The cause assigned for his malady was that he had always voted the Republican ticket till this when he ventured to vote with the Bother Remorse over his action dethroned hia Moral Iti3 dangerous to change your politics in aniofl Elkhorn Grove township has one of the oldest Republicans of this in the person of Uncle Charley Wil Hs is about 80 years of and he has voted the Republican ticket for 57 What Is Uncle Charley says he is ready to vote that ticket for 67 years longer if he is per mitted to live that Free The headquarters of the Modern Woodmen will remain in Fulton for the next two In order to secure and retain the offices here it is neces sary that better accommodations be One of the strongest argu ments urged in favor of removal is the fact that there is no fireproof vault for the protection of the valuable rec ords and That we have all of Soft Coal and Wood Cottage Stoves very Pocket Knives and Ta ble Outlery an elegant People of all politics and colors Are cordially invited to take advantage of the splendid induce ments offered by the public bene the West Etad Stove and t Hardware DAVIS tS WAKtNO Finest Photographs To be had in the His always Is bettor now than ever 10 W Melvin Son THE WEST CANNED STAPLE FANCY Chesp as the Good CORNER THIRD STREET 316 Locust AND WALL PAPER Is the man from whom you should bajf i your table AT Public the will noil at Public at our 6 miles northwest ot Empire and 2K miles south ol Hickory Grove In Hopkins on The following towlt and Robinson enter tained tbe west end whist club on Mon day at their delightful on West Third street It was the tenth anniversary of their wedding day and the some twenty or learn ing of this provided themselves with gifts for the some of which were quite An el egant supper was served at arid when the games the hostess pro vided each with a tin upon which waa stamped the letter and which was retained as a souvenir of a very delightful The celebrated case of McBridevs The Grand Detour Plow was deci ded and finally in the Court at DesMoines Iowa last In favor of the Grand Detour This suit in volved the right of this company to maunf aoture and sell the three wheeled plow known as the Little and this decision gives the aforesaid Yankee the right to go about doing good without let or liiadtftBoe from Mri McBride or any oUier man JohUv Manahaa conducted this for the Grand Bwtoiur The front of the old Waverly House is being veneered with brick new doors wliara new floors are being put to and when the aides and rear have been in sheet old Waverly wil with ts ujusftvory v Mwrte4 at the residence of 16 Work Horses and 8 25 HEAD the bal ance Steers and 30 BHOATS and five BOAR FABM IMPLEMENTS of every Includ ing a 6u5nound Corn Check About 88 tons ot At the same time and and on the same BOYEB will sell three high grade 8HOrfTHORN from B to 10 mouths TEEMS OF BALE All sums of and cash over that amount a credit ol 12 months will be given on notes with approved without Interest If paid when due It not BO 8 per Inter est from date of A discount of 7 per will be made for No property to be re moved until settled Sale to commence at 10 Free lunch at 13 JOBK eooeooooeeeoeooooooooooooo Because he carrisa the biggest stock and can sell the cheapest Bee hU immense stock of CANNED GOODS And try his special brands of HALT AND BEAD THE HUB GROCERY m Public The underalijned will at tbe placa known an Oie Harry whlppld one mile due west ot be Sterling on The following personal towlt 10 HEAD MnslstlUK ol Bay Mare 9 Sorrel Wan Gelding Syeare Bay GeldUig 2 years Shetland Fony 3 years old weUfroke to drive span oj Mules a yean 2 Yearlings and 1 Spring Borne of tne above are excellent brood andptben are l either Ingle or 85 BEAD eonsUtlng ol 85 MUoh some trash now and Borne will be freah noon threeyearold 8 twoyearold twoyearold Belters j 16 oou Uttngo Steers Hellers 18 ne thoroughbred ShortHorn B to One Door West of Where you are asked to call and leave your orders for STAPLE FANCY GROCER Canned Green Etc 4 years and cue thoroughbred BulllS months 60 HBAD With grade Poland A number of these wlu make fine brood W rjwbte Carri olan ng Biggie t Wi BocttOU seta FlyN com We do and will Bell Groceries m cheap and guarantee you square dealing NEVEB SAW FRUiTS OF All LOiftei tUo W toui Also aThrettWiig Horse dwh oa all suins 4 orctuc u S tuohUiit will bd Klmn on approved without Interest U if so 8 4i CAJ FUJUBf snarketas ttiwt as silk FRUSTt Gi
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