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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - December 25, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                3PAHT DECEMBER d TIME doing RttOotnJ I 19 no t st sll Ptetght welt st Allohtcrt incept Tilt of Cbarlea JU discharge pa peri civil war he is Mid to bare Hi has teen arrested and con BURUNfJTON t QOINCI EMU Arabs of York will form and engage in Ilk jtrowlng nnd fruit rfctaing 1ft this will be pnirchnsed In etthet Pennsylvania or Arl The rWbls supply M com piled by the York produce WM ot an incrensa ot of corn of total number of ietiildnm 61 itcbool age In the state of Illinois according to the Btmtml report of the superintendent of public Instruction is total en rollment of tl Oolog 18 41 AttivD from S5 41 r connects with trains vast aton Branchj with IP ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT OolnS Qolng ISVMtV THU1WDAV MOBNIHO 2 TB 10 2fl Tt Hheep 3 80 lire weight 8 ten BUD Anthracite if COAL COAL the place to get the best at y want to please your r order your KINDLING IFO0I MOSES TASKS made at market price paid DILLONS AU kinds of WOOD WORK done at DILLONS Planing Leave your orders for STORM BASff early at mm JOB For all kinds of Job Printing go to TBK BTANDARO I at regular THE PL Elegant Peslgna In GOLD WATCHES Lataat Styles in JEWELRY 1 16 EMt Third Dealer lo Fauey Pull Blood and x Hall Biood Shetland Ponies HBOKWJBEJIBy Md two fine JV bred Dhetted be seen at uiy HueWsbsrry is fortysix Inohea white maJwgauj bay with black uid V to tor U 8 promliug young atsUluo weighing aliojtt SOO Pony StocK and Half Bloods t erne ta Stanley refused his autograph to the autographcollecting pages ot the States u When people at the celebration dedica tory of The New York World building asked where was the they were told sailed for Europe that broken in health and totally Michael charged witb assault on his was arrested some time ago at Grand Tuesday he died from the effects ot A heavy snow was falling throughout East Tennessee Tuesday Burglars took worth ot from store at James the venerable father of the late John who re resides in Jo Diivicss celebrated Tuesday his 80th to whom he has been married sixtythree Is two years her husbands treasurer ot Boone hup been discovered to short In bis accounts and has made overhis property to his Twelve hundred miners and laborers Bock mines of the Union Paclflo struck Tuesday upon being notified that hereafter would be paid by tha the company the measure to forestall an eighthour Southern Utes In Colorado are reported to be making and Governor Cooper has been petitioned to hold the militia in readiness to quell any A meeting ot the IrishAmerican citi eens of Baltimore adopted resolutions in dorsing Parnelt The village council of Green has been indicted for employing all the saloon keepers in town as policemen sim ply to assist to pay their licenses The Silver Glance mine Hear Port Ar has been sold to on English syndicate for The steamer Ohio of the Memphis and Cincinnati line sunk at a point 180 miles above Memphis differences between the employes and employers at the Mononagh mines near have been nettled and works will resume At East Tuesday Kjrder was Instantlykllled while chopping AtTiron wedge sprung out Of a striking him in the cutting tha Anthony finished a four years term in the state reform school at Pontlao As soon as he gained his liberty he was arrested for burglarizing store in two years Tom who rented a farm In Kansas of a loan had se cured possession by foreclosing a mort was forcibly evicted Tuesday night by a mob of During the first eleven months of the present year California shipped to the east pounds of canned pounds of dried pounds ot fresh fruit and pounds ot Will member of the flrm of Bowerflnd cracker manufacturers at slipped thrust his left arm into the heavy gearing of the cracker crushing the entire forearm to a v Fortyone ualoon keepers were indicted at Wednesday after fourteen days one of theoldaet physi cians in Cans died at residence at Governor of Wednes day returned the Klnfisher capital bill without his He also warned the legislature that be would nothing further of that The recently completed hotel and of Central railroad at Mounds burned Wednesday morn causing a loss of at baa brought suit against a saloon for for selling her husband whisky and causing Two youngwomen were killed by a train Thursday night at a station at Som The Idaho rlegislatUre on Thursday elected three United States senators Gov ernor Bhpup and for the terms ending respectively March and March and Du bols for the full term beginning Marct 4 The Delaware Keflnjng company at has been sold to the Standard This leaves only two Jade pendent refining companies u operation outside of the Thursday evening at Sioux John Erickson and David Green got into an altercation over a 86 cent finger Krickson stabbed literally bowling Elmer Sharkey and Henry Popp were hanged in the penitentiary at Colum bua between 19 and 1 oclock Friday morn Isaac Smith was to have been exe cuted at the same but received a f uitbJtr respite from the Thursday evening during a quarrel John a saloon keeper at Davis on bead a beer glass and killed BOM wag Powers of day void the atalUou record 6 years to Clark it At Thursday thres mm robbed the at tho Chicago and Krte station of several huudrad to tjtvo up The steamer Majeatle brought to New York Thursday from London in Jessie 28 years was ar rested at or poisoning her four She in believed to be The corporate existence ot tjie First Na tional bank of has been extended to Empress Eugenia Is henry loser by the recentdepreciation In South American as she had in vented very largely in A contract wan let Friday at for a sugar factory with a ca pacity of 650 of beets daily and to cost over and to be completed before 1 Fire at Kansas Friday de stroyed the annex of the Union depot and the grandstand ot the Exposition Driving Kochs lyniph In reported to be sell ing at Berlin at WO per of hanged him self He was despondent from financial an old settler who lived near was found dead in the woods Friday by Home of his neigh The second edition ot the Life of Roscoe which was to contain some of his forensic and will not be The widow ot Senator Conkling is opposed to Zoe who is walking from San Franclnco to Tfew passed through Council 239 miles ahead of her schedule years was burned at It U said that was the last representative ot the family of George A revival has been in progress new for some weeks Over 100 have been New Orleans Friday Thomas the newspaper carrier who shot at one of the Italian prisoners charged with the murder of Chief of Police was convicted of less than the maximum penalty which la two years was making a coupling at when the pin one piece entering his abdomen and causing death in half an At the request of Its officers a receiver was appointed Friday for the Minneapolis Mutual Fire Insurance No losses will Horses In Kansas and Missouri are dy ing of a atrange epidemic Friday night at In a fight for the heavyweight championship of the between Pat Klllen and Joe Killen was awarded the fight on a fouL The track of the Elkhorn and Missouri Valley Yullroad was completed to It Is proposed to celebrate the event on the 26th by driving silver and tin the city council of has decided that street cars shall not run Sun Fire at Sunday caused a property loss of and five firemen were badly two of them while fighting A lamp In the house of Noah near Mil exploded Saturday and his little child was DUring a quarrel on the street in en Nettle J shot and killed Jajoes a colored Peleg who has been a resident of Kane county for over fifty died Saturday at his home in at the age of 78 Richard X Proctor proposes to perpetuate the memory of her famous hus band by building a observatory on Mission San CaL She means to raise the money by Louis of Fort 85 Saturday suicide by Bismarcks closest creatures that care not whether he IB in royal favor or are two big Danish hounds that eat beside their master at Russell who la regarded as the individual leaner ot makes rule never to loan more than on any given James of Floyd was Saturday arrested and fined ISO for whipping his adopted child with a horse He cut off a piece of the boys Alftyearold son ot County Commis sioner of while fooling with a gun shot and killed his agedia Twelve prisoners in the county Jail overpowered the Jailer and escaped No graduate of Vassar college has ever been divorced from her 8uoh la the statement of a man who married one of and who declares that the young ladles who have been educated at the college are the best cooks in the At Bayou Ephraim Mendaza shot and killed Mary a young because she refused to marry Newton It aged Jumged from ft window la the third story of the Commercial at and was instantly He was The grand Jury at has found Ann McMullea guilty of murder in the first degree lot causing the death of by throwing her from bridge at A Fellow Who Ufce WM rumored in Paris Friday that Prince Bismarck had arrived in wad was stopping at the Grand It was oh inves that the frontier police had re ported the passage of the German ex but it out that they luwt a the stranger being la Rasdan who bore a strong xe THE INDIAN Tin Friendly Rerinklni TVI11 Try to Bring in the The Journals special says Miles has received advices from Brooke that MO friendly Indians left Pine Ridge to attempt to bring in the hos Dispatches from at Fort announce tliat the Indians there are Thirtynine of Sitting Bulls who left the agency on have sent In word that they will This leaves over seventy on the Carr has thrown out a cavalry force to intercept the band now reported moving across the reserva tion to the Bod Bigfoot and Hamp If the force fails to Intercept them they will be pursued and Wiles nays that no advance would be made until the result of the Pine Ridge embassy Big Foot and Hump have sur rendered and returned to the No Indians except the band mentioned are now going to the hostiles and the cordon is constantly Miles dls the report of a large bind of In dians in the vicinity of Camp Crook in the Little Missouri No further engage tnentfl are reported from the lower The government herd has been located on Alkali creek and a force of twenty men havfl gone to round It Indian Abont WA81UNOTOH Schoflold Monday morning received the following dispatch dated Rapid from Miles I believe or very nearly all of the followers of Bitting Bull have been Snmner reports the capture of Big Foots band numbering He has been one of the most defiant and threat The result so far has been satis Commenting on Miles Schofield said he thought It would not be very long before all the Indians now in revolt would be and the Indian for the winter at brought to an GO AND SEE BLUFFTON The Solid Men who invested in the Men Alabama In One Week Bluffton Gained A NATIONAL with Capital of A WATER with Capital of A DOOR and BLIND with Capital of Arid fOTrbnlldhifr over and the good worketlH goes THE BLUFFTOH CAR WHEEL COMPANY bas bnildlng nearly and will make wheels n 7 THE ARMS COMPANY BUILDING Roes forward as fast as help and Wattier will and will thi only plant of the nnd one of the best in United tta Kerolven and Tbuble being BLOFFTOH now ready to put out 20 CARLOADS OF BROWK ORE per day from the GREAT MINES IRON BLUFFS 53 per of Metallic and low in Seeanalysis just made by Assayer of OF with the THE HOTEL 8IGMAL pleasantly located on a green bank overlooking the and management and help as the famousTwin Mountain of the White THE 8PRIHC8One spring a true chalybeate one pronounced by of Bowdoln to be of the Quality as the Poland of THE DRIVES among the beautiful valleys of the Alabama THE Peasant mild fall and Take no Go and see for O 3NT The Prettiest Town with Hotel In the Alabama and the BIGGEST ORE BANKS IN THE on n flTiT1 A GRAND EXCURSION The Klokapoos Are agent of the Klckapoo Indians in Indian territory has written to his sou Henry in this that Klckapoo warriors have had a dance near the east ern line of and that for three and nights they have hod their pon ies ready or They ore well armed and the settlers ore If the Indians attempt miachief Stiles will send We arc In receipt of a very conveni ent calendar Issued by the Pope of It Is a pad of 866 containing blank for memo and each leaf has on it a short paragraph pertaining to cycling and kindred by men and papers whose opinions are of M Full r Will be arranged to visit for about the middle of v tioulars will be iziven in the next f BT For all further information address BANK OF I1L The SterllngSchool Zouaves gave an and exhibition at R Hall on Friday night which was well attended and was on a par with the other receptions given by this A very interesting program of exercises was carried and every one present was well pleased with the ieot will UM iair proclama Buttw tie of tbe of agent of the Our old Henry now of the flrm of Hey manufacturers of near looked into our workshop the other They are fix ing up their plant at an expenseof sev eral thousand putting in a new twelvehorsepower engine with a fif teenhorse and a new cream sep so that when they get fixed up they can handle between two and three thousand pounds of milk per Butter made by the separator process sells from two to four cents a pound higher than ordinary creamery The milk is gathered up from the far and the cream separated from and the milk is then By this process tho milk will net the farmers The butter makers will get more out of it arid a better price for their but the farmers calves and hogs will not get as much fatty matter out of We are glad to learn that Hey Baer are doing a prosperous Marshal Fitzgerald is running a Fair store today and can supply cus tomers with anything from a gold watch toauigger baby doll Some ten days ago of the Fair a valuable plush toilet and sus pected a U year old girl named Hannah living near the fair with having stolen He notified the who advised him to lay low and ook out for the girls On after she re and was nabbed while in the act of stealing another Officer Bhultz took girl and there recovered a wagon load of stolen from various stores in the Among the articles that have been identified thus may be mentioned A ladys gold valued at from Clark gold watch case and worth from Blossom j gold from Clark Giddinga plush cost from Weber 18 yards of plush from Chicago store worth of trinkets of MMler Chamberlin five toilet from various also dolls jew el case and pair of slippers from hat and bonnet from Frev aud ft score of smaller articles from other people We go to press Wednesday before the iven a at At the residence of the brides par ents on Sixth at eightoclock Martin Post offlcl Miss Hattie only daugh ter of and and Ephriam late of this now of Iron About one hundred guests were assem bled to witness the and many of these remembered the young people with costly and oclock the guests were served with dainty and seasonable In commpn with all who know the happy the STANDAHD wishes and Ebersole all the blessings they They That Ed Hoovers new mustache is a That Sunday last was a phenomenally delightful day for this That dog days in mid winter are not considered conducive to That Sterling holds nearly 1000 men who belong to no religious denomina That Dave Keefer has a new and improved variety of Sanitary That book album peddlers and itinerant vendors of all are thicker than flies in harvest or fleas in That the Beamesderfer concert on Friday night was a and that nothing of the kind was ever witnessed in this city That Faithful Wife in the Third ward of this city has Just learned of The Sins of a and that The Sequel is likely to Womans Revenge with full page il SUBSCRIBE FOR THE STERLING PER 18 MAKINOTHE Finest Photographs To be had in the His always is better now than ever 10 Jhird MILLEDQEVILLE AND FEED OF ALL KINDS AT The STANDAKDS premium gives you tables to figure interest Publiq I will sell at Public at my lathers two miles north o the Bterilug eenetery and three miles west ol on the 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