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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                DECEMBER Bunk D B J3 HtqASO AND NORTHWESTERN Going Going Went Atlantic Denver StwlloR 80p Owlsnd on Tbtrt Attdrneya at IX AT rooiAi Rslii A TTOBNKY8 AT XV VateaM re T tad AotJtMJ of Mnric atwltof A TTOKNEY AT XX Clinton The west M rtoM at til Uotff west Pf ITrWest it llite carried All with All ontera except QUINCt Oolng M ti 48 Arrive from Arrive from S5 fcSO 41 Paraenget M wills train east and wwt on Clinton Branch with at Hock Inland eaet and with main line for points WMW Conncll and and for Kanww City and beyi AT Going Going ftilB COUNCIL of JF B 0 A TTOBNBYS AT LAW AND 80 ticrroRa ts A st U01TOBIH POM am Sterling NaUonal JRJBL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR JOL AT ow KaUoaal ATTORNEY AT NOTARY A rrjBUo TOSTIOI ov THB BtarUocJlL CollwtipM attended W 1 Banks and Sterling National rjJBNERAL vT Prompt aid careful attention to all STERLING COHBKCTED BVK1VY THUBSDAY 9 Caltlo 25 00 J04S4 W live 8 t KASM f 1 W M Morrli i M V o COAL COAL And the place to get the beat is at MOSES PAINTER PAPEE HANOBB AND is Darta front Anthony 0 PHYSICIANS AND J In AntSionv comw Foarth TTOMEOPATHIO JLJL Office and roomi 10 Bait Third Ml Second Office i la 10 1 to i to 6 M 1C DISEASES A Cnloa Third BL If you want to please your order your KINDLING WOOD at MOSES All shapes and prices of WATER TASKS made at SfOSES The highest market price paid for GRAIN at DILLONS All kinds of WOODWORK done at DILLONS Planing Jane PHYSICIAN AND JL Academy of Undo TJOMEOPATHIO JUL 1 Offlw over Rock Heady roni irr Leave your orders for STORSI early at MOSES Itea Estate IN8U BANCB OOLLSOTINQ on and Pernontl HaUoual T08TIOB OP THE J LBOTION AOBHT NOTA8T FDJ Painter and inn For all kinds of Job Printing UUD go to THK BTAMDABD Orders by mall for Letter DRINTIMO Koto Htate rnin I promptly at regular Address THE OBAOTIOAL PAINTBE DEOO 3L Buttoataa nromptljr otado by loav ng wprd at Mangana hamemi Biddings Elegant Designs in Ladles GOLD WATCHES Styles In JEWELRY OWIClAt COTINCIt Council rnet in regular Mayor Lawrence Wemtz and Conlon and Kimbro Minutes of lastjeRulajMneetittK Snd adjourned meeting of TJe cembor 18tU read and Conlon Alexander read the following communication To the Mayor and City Council of the City of Sterling The Commissioners of Highways of the Town of re spectfully represent to your honorable body that they desire to macadamize and grade the public Highway running nortp on the extension of Sixth avenue in said city of That from the southeast corner of the northeast quar ter of section in said to the north line of the city limits tbe jurisdiction ot said commissioners extends to the center line of said high way from the and the jurisdic tion of said city extends to said center line from the They therefore propose to your hon orable body that said commis will proceed to macad amize and put in order the entire road way of the above described from the northern line of the said city limits on the east to a point onehalf way to said southeast corner of said northeast provided said city will agree to macadamize and put in order the whole highway from said southeast corner of said northeast quarter to a point onehalf way be tween said corner and the said city limits on the east of said They therefore petition your honora ble body to take final action hereof at your meeting as they are now In a position to immediately prosecute the part of the work they propose to ROBERT Commissioners of Referred to Committee on Streets and Alexander presented the follow ing petition To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of in City Council assem the undersigned liv ing In the vicinity of the premises hereinafter do petition your honorable body to grant unto Alfred of said the permission and right during the coming winter to slaughter animals in a slaughter on lot seven In block fortyfive east of in said city it being un derstood that said Thorpe shall Keep said premises at all times in a proper so aa not In any manner to cause or permit a nulsande upon JOB WILLIAM r JAMES Eef erred to Committee of the Whole for Brewer presented bill of Sterling Standard for publishing furnishing Which was referred to Committee on Conlon presented bill of police heretofore dis allowed Referred to Committee on Alexander presented bill of John Referred to Committee on Streets and Also bill of a feeding Referred to Commit tee on Also bill of for legal services in tax type writer services in sewer which went to the Judiciary Com Alexander presented bills of salary November and moved rules be billa and orders drawn upon the Consolidated Burkholder presented bills as follows E Philips shingles and chimney top 89 labor on Lincoln Park of wbich were referred to Committee on Publio 29 er Beed ot J F li 28 P earth 95 88 I J9t 79 City warrants paid 89 so Balance i6W WATER Novr S36B27 City yarranta ea as LIBHABT Novr Balance tsetwi Balance 88 LIGHT Novr 1 Balance Bt SEWEBAOE Novr City warranta 78 Balance SEWEBAOE 88 M W P 839 Balance 1 CITY BTJ1LDINQ Novr 77 City 48 87 Balance W MAYORS Novr aO CO Balance aoco PEBMANENT SIDEWALK WF City warrauta 143 W Balance 13 Summary of Canh on Consolidated 41 mow w Light KW7 W Hewerage general Sewerage special City Bunding 277 W 32690 THE HUBBARD BY Frank Cochran Breeder and Dealer In Fanoy Full Bloo4 HftU Bloo4 t A Shetland Ponies ftu4 two tred toetlaud can be leea at my Hucklaborry Is forty all Indies wbiw aud manogaay bay wKb black Vio tor is a prouUatuK Bloods Younjf Pony Btqek and u Niles presented bill of Miss Belle salary 040 Polk moved that rules be and orders drawn upon the Library Miller presented bill of Fire Hose supplies for Referred to mfttee on Fire Conlon presented bills of Ster ling las and Electric Light street lights for lights for City which went to Committee on Light Conlon moved that the CouncU go into committee of the whole at re to consider these light bills and other Piatt presented bills aa follows Frank road hauling 8UO Daveler fcely 130 eofoa 83i f w fe Committee w treets and Permanent Sidewalk 18 46 GO Respectfully City Subscribed and sworn to before me this lBtday of Notary On motion the report received and ordered printed with the Council went Into committee of the 1 Conncil reconvened by the Alexander submitted the Ing report Your to whom was re ferred the petition of James Harden et would beg leave to submit the fol lowing report on the matters before them 1st That so far as the premiees now owned by Bell son and Stoeckle at the time the sewer was the said premises were owned by These Bell Son any thing towards the building of the sew As to is not shown that he ever owned any property on said street he paid any mon ey for any person that Judging from amounts paldby Elsele and Lena the same is the cost of making connection with the In reference to estate of the committee find that in bis lifatime paid a certain presumably for building said This was in and the parties now claiming contribution as heirs at law of said W Gait never contributed any towards building the It ap pears that Gait and TVit mer each contributed a small amount for building being allowed to connect with the else contributed for a special benefit peculiar to James Harden being one of the claim your committee finds that he was not the owner of any property abutting on Locust street and did not contribute anything towards building the sewer on Locust street The parties owning property west of i the Gait build ing at time sewer was built were erf and Clarence a firm under the name of Harden Since that time they have sold their Interest in said property with the exception of an undivided onehalf is now owned by one of of whom have made any claim for ft re It might be added that the prop erty Gait and the lota west of it at time sewer was low landsrWhioh tact may have been the only cause compelling the owners to take the water from the premises and to change the natural The committee therefor suggest that in view ottha legal complications like ly to the Written opinion or the city attorney be asked The action of the Council should be legal and be taken only upon the well eoa Hatt moved thai ttw matter Be referred to with full sower to Werntt reported approved the bill of and moved that it be allowed and order drawn up on the Consolidated ayes Miller reported approved bill of Chicago Fire Hose and moved that same be allowed and order be drawn upon the Water Platt reported approved the foV lowing bills Frank 80iJames aiTfonJarWrBroirfOB Ba Icely Standard Foundry pay roll for 8114 Jacob 83 and moved that same be allowed and orders drawn upon Consolidated fund for Sewer fund and Side walk fund for Platt moved that the matter bf revising the salaries of City City and other be re ferred to Judiciary with instructions to report an ordinance re lating to Alexander offered the following resolution That all orders drawn bear Interest at the rate of eight per per until further order ot the And moved Its ayes Alexander offered the following That the Streets and Alleys be and are hereby instructed to have a plank walk laid acroM central from the gateway on toe eut side of said park to the west entrance of said And moved itc ayes noes 2 Kimbro and Wil son voting run TOP OPEN DEMOCRAT Half Platrni V TfiS 473 THEY MUST GO Is the time to Ket ODe those handtome BED ORO8S or STEW ART Hard Goal Heaters The Mayor appointed Caleb John son as City to serve the pired portion of moved that the appoint ment of Johnson at City Attor be Alexander was excused from On motion the Council J City A Soap Bubble tonight Book Falls Harry Stanley was married to a lady by the name of at last Charies of visited his mother and other last Louis of spent in this with his Coe NanSant and McCarty gave each of their employes a turkey last Winters has moved his Insur the building occupied by Teb For some time post Sheldon and J McCarty have missed small sums of money determining to catch the they set a trap and worked a young fellow into ft last Charles moved into the First last Stone returned from where he has been buying a stock of holiday Ben Doty is on the sick list Protracted meetings will be held at the church every evening during the Industrial Lodge have elected the following officers for the term beginning January 1891 George Deyo Babcockj Foreman Overseer Re corder K Financier Recorder OF SOLD ON BUSINESS ttt tOt fcy JOHN Finest MEtVIN STAPLE A Cheap M Good M 316 Locust B la the plaoa and Is the man from whom yoa aboald your table j That tattall kindo of ISoft Coal and Wood Cottage Stoves very 1 s Pocktft Knlvea and Ta ble elegant People of all politics and colors nre cordtelly invited to take advantage of the splendid induce offered by the public bene the West End Stova and Hardware DAVIS AND WALL PAPER Because be earriss the biggest stock can sell the immense stock of CANNED And try his apodal brands of Nelgnborl A big lot of Swell body and Stndebaker speeding Sleighs Just re Dirt See Academy of A Powerful pramltaiaUop ol Goothai Mystic 0AROLUS HALT A5TO THE HUB GROCER raatter to committee 04 Fire astrweti ana be only upon me weu con sidered opinion of the law officer of the The statute provides for an offi cer of that kind evidently for the pur pose of advising the members of the corporation aa to the legality of any complicated f When legal complications arise or where the legal ity of any proposed action is it should be our duty to sacure the opinion ot the officer in the and when so obtained no per sons motives can be impugned when acting in consonance Hence one JOHN its Carried ROBERTS SAILER Wtech DOW appearing at the Criterion A production lortne refined and Intelligent 9 v every Elegant Scenery J Wdme of Beltol Church Onraat Lights J Carried HAS Brewer reported the bill of Sterling and moved that it be and order be drawn upon the Consolidated eyes Bfeww moved ee m tastraeted to urchase five suite for use of Jlofie to Door of Sohmoegera Where you are asked to call and leave your orders for STAPIE FANCY Canned Green iiP THORP PEAWKSIW Fresh Me stts of AH Eiteds Tbir4 owwtHt 8wW and guarantee you JK   

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