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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - May 1, 1890, Sterling, Illinois MAt smonr live weight Chickens FABM S 90 JH Off eo 8 6 It t W s 00 I eo BAMPHM t W EVERYBODY KNOWS of this probably has the largest lot of com plete files of papers and magazines of anybody In the He has every number of such publications New York The Prairie Far The Pdpular Science The and many At the meeting of Corinthian last atambaugh gave the boys a lengthy ac count of hta at and his description of life at the western Saratoga was listened to with apprecia tive is a close obser ver of men and Is a ready speak er a hamorist of no mean After the Cols the Orahd Orient was worked on a couple of candl TtfAT MOSES DILLON Carries the principal Block of Building SB WEE In Oraln ST CARTER Cornet Third Strati and First ROBBER We famish RUBBER STAMPS of any o JAPANIESE Lanterns and Colored Lights For in any at J Loomt 300 STERLING STEAM DIJB CLOTHING AND BEPAIfiED In lrstol4M or no Also Dress Dyed to anyjiliade or tw All work sent to ui will receive prompt Next Door tn Marble Granite IN AND tO GBANITE And CemjtUnff Work of all Ail Work Gfuiianteed to be In every Giveusaeall before purchasing and be convinced that we put up the beat work at lowest Frank Cocliraii whooperatesa ing alley on First Was arrested by Marshal Fitzgerald on charged with selling liquor without all The proof was and Smith wag invited to reimburse the citys depleted exchequer in the sum of Smith keeps an exceedingly disre putable and it will no doubt be closed on May when the term for which his license was has ex The Driving Park Association have gotten their grounds enclosed and the track will soon be in condition for speeding The base ball association has leased the grounds for their series of and laat week prepared the ready for the 1st of These grounds are con venient to the being only five min utes walk from the Gait and are well adapted tothe two for which they Last through the efforts of General Agent the put on a chair car from Ster ling to Chicago and return on the Shab boaa without This car leaves Sterling at and ar rives at Chicago Union Depot at leaves Chicago at and reaches here at The is now on an equal footing with the Northwestern same and through without change of cars as At Tampico on Thursday April occurred the marriage of Miss assistant editor of the Tor and of Mem phis is a son of Fred Wahl of this a graduate of Rush Medical of and a suc cessful The bride is a talented and lovable young who ranks high in society and is much es teemed fother literary abilities and so cial Heres health and good for tune to the happy Wo noted last week the fact that the work of deepening our artesian well On Sunday morning at 6 fifty additional feet had been a bigvein of water was struck which speedily filled the big reservoir to The supply appears to be and suffi cient for a cityof peo The drilling is still continued and will be until a depth of 1400 feet is unless orders are received from the president of the at Bos ton to stop Hundreds of people have visited the well during the past few and so far as any can the supply will On Monday of this week the old re liable put on a fast merchandise train from Chicago to Rook leaving Chicago at eight oclock and arriving at Sterling at 3 oclock next This Is quick time and will prove of great val ue to our business Allmer chandise delivered to the depot by 6 each dayrwlll be loaded for this and will be at the mer chants door at 7 oclock next This fast train carries freights for Rock Rock Me line and and distances all opposition as to The Sterling public appreciate General Agent Thomes efforts in this At the meeting of the Post last Monday Edson re ceived a transfer card to join theDlxon Comrade of Rock was reported 11L Chaplain Grover Clark has been secured as speaker on Decoration day r The members of the 76th started the great war of the rebel Comrades Mack McDonald and others and next night they will put down the rebellion la good Postmaster Rosebrook related his experience with the ft letter from Ne announcing the death of Henry a former member of Company He was a good soldier and just as gooda Commander Bayllss appointed the following Deco ration day committees On John and Werntz program at cemetery and vocal Parker Joe plOBSum Van Em mitt marshal of the Moses Dil Fourth of July The traffic committee for our cele bration has already concluded the fol lowing arrangements for transporta tion On the pecial train 1 wtft Chicago 750 on July bearing Commander Dltson and judge Oresham and other and will stop at all sta tions between Chicago and No stop after leaving and It will reach Sterling at Train 2 will leave DeKalb at and stop at all stations between that point and teaching here at 1130 All trains from the west will bear special coaches for the accom modation of On the a special train will leave Aurora at 8 oclock stop at all and arrive here at 11 A special train oftwelve coaches will leave Rock Island at stop at all stations up to Den and arrive here at 930 This train will then return as far as Denrock for accommodation of local There will be one fare for the round on all the A glorious day made successful the Odd Fellows excursion to yes With banners tasty and many colored and the finely uniformed Keystone our home lodge made a pleasing The special train over the conveying in the neighborhood of 200 from our twin cities reached its desti nation at and upon its arrival our representation were greeted by the re ception who forming Into line and headed by the Clinton City made the march to Odd Fellows where they were most cordially and given the plans for the At the many visiting each headed by marched through the main part of the There were 600 men in headed by the Grand Sire of the and other prominent officers in After viewing the handsomely decorated the procession was congregated Into Davis Opera where an eloquent ad dress by Grand Sire of was listened In the eve ning the society halls were placed in the hands of the who enter tained the members of the with humorous and to the point froin both with elegant music by an and with by no means the a line THUEE Ward formerly a now plays with the Clinton Brother Gurtlsen sat the nota bles on the Clinton Is paving her streets with and they are superior to our home The Fire Department made a dis play for the benefit of the Their fire department is complete in every thingrwidflnelyTnanned profuse and lined and crowded the line of of the SterlingClinton mu sic entertained the band best band one hundred what we heard said of the Keystones One hundred and eighty passengers on the The News and Herald folks gobbled in the poor newspaper and treat ed him away Council The City Council met in adjourned session on Friday the Mayor and a full board being b The clpal business before the council was the granting of licenses for the ensnlng beginning May The chairman of the License reported favora bly upon applications of John Bartlett and John Swank for billiard room licenses Burke Herr mann for brewers and bottlers li censes and Ka and for dramshop Wilson moved that the report be ayes noesl Burkholder voting A petition to operate a bowling al ley at basement 108 First was read and referred to committee on Li Various bills for salary were presented and The Judiciary Committee in con Junction with the City were directed to prepare an ordinance creat ing the office of City and defining his A special committee composed of Miller and Burk holder was appointed by the to look after and establish The Justices of the Peace and Police Magistrates were Instructed to report by the next meeting of the and to pay Into the treasury all funds col The committee on Public Improve ments was instructed to have the drink ingtfountains and to inves tigate thecondltion of the and other parts of the City and re port cost of repairing same at next meeting of the An ordinance was passed establish ing a permanent sidewalk on the south side of lot block 4 In Lefever1 saddi after which the council OBITtTABTi At last at Immortal spirit xif Eliza Graham one of oar old est and most highly esteemed to Its spirit had been remarkably wrong and hearty nutll aboot a yrar a stroke of psrnlysta left her partially blind and She continued neemlogly about the tame until last when the grew worse and died at 12 She was born March near Cumberland of ScotchIrish her Jfired coming from the north of Ireland and settling In Penn sylvania In the early part of the serentsentn Ai early 17M purchased land from the PeoM In Cumberland Eleven laterf Jamen son of built a log hot on the tract and received conveyance of It from his Thli land afterward was owned by Isaiah father of KJ1 Here she was raised at NewTlUe she went to Mhoolthere werealf heryoothfol asso pitSB wandered here she was married to Ezeklel Kll Norember In 1838 they came to and Just at edge of town can be seen the old homestead pre empted from the Xhhi was their and here were their children born Nancy WUllam Isaiah EzeKlel Martha and Eliza all of which preceded their mother to the nave except Nancy wife of John now of Physically and mentally Kllgoor wai well calculated for pioneer Bhewan bony and strong of body and noble and determined In No dimcuftles daunted and no mil fortunes discouraged What she bellered to be right site and what she considered wrong she became a member of the Presbyterian church In iwiand tlncethe death of her In she has llred with the family of her who died several years ago In Ktlgonr was cne of the oldest ot a small circle of old ladles In this who enjoyed each others and who met In social converse at least once a year and talked over the days of anld lang They may meet but they will miss for never again will her cheerful and the snnshlne of her wrinkled gladden the aged for she Is now In communion with the patriarchs Iiaadland Grandfather The funeral services over the remains ot the late of were held Monday forenoon at the residence of hit Henry with whom bere sldedslnce the death of his Be wu born Real Estate City Fart Property ant f estero tanas for for Call and See what we JVirea BT Come and see Bock Falls John Newton returned Mon day a weeks business trip where he since lived and The neighbors and among whom be lived for so many felt that a good man and a good father bad passed He loved to thfnkand read of Him whom his soul The promise ot divine truth bad an Illustration and fulfilment tn They shall bring forth fnilttnold age As thefoliage ot IB an Eleven visiting divided equal ly between Iowa and The Keystone done a little mission ary work on the notables of last TheSTANDABD Is under obligations to the Mayor and newspaper men of for courtesies extended to Its also to Supt Burke of the Fire forspecial fav ors a trance and test medi of and a lady well known where she has given several sean will speafc at Hall next Sunday afternoon and Some complaints have been made of the STANDARDS criticisms of the talks and manifestations given by various spiritualistic and at least one of our readers has asserted that we were unfair in our In this connection we wish to state that we have no animosity whatever against or any ether and stand ready to approve of any merlto iUoua rioua mamfestalfoua or re gardless of the sourcettom which they at the same time we shall refuse to protect fraud or cloak When Bishopwas here we found much in her lec tures to and the STANDARD accordedher ft f ill measure of If BUYS the opportunity to hear her next shall surely give e4 opiitloa 9t her v We no pf phrenologist and phyaiognomlst has been In town for several days and he has given two evening entertainments in the Academy of These have not been as attended as they deserve Taught Is a quiet unasumlng and a character read er of the Fowler He seems to understand his business and whether a Con believes in phrenology or e is enough to physiologically to warrant every body in giving it Tonight and to morrow night he will speak on charac ter He has a remarkable facultyfor Illustrating every type of head or face or lips or nose with tie brush on that his drawings aloneare more than worth the price of Saturday night will be a rousing The man and woman with the best brains will receive a chart and the laziest a At last we are to have a new Randolph within a few begin the construction of a thjceestory brick hotel on the southeast corner of Third street and avenue on the site of the present Randolph will contain all modern and add much to the material interests of the We are informed that has placed boarders in rooms adjacent in the locality and that work will begin within ten editor of Ihe Dix on died at Elgin on Tuesday eve For several years has been in the Insane being treated for mental Lately his reason was entirely dethroned and be continued to grow worse until his His heroic wife kept and aged the printing hoping against that time would restore her husband to She has pur sincere We had the pleasure of going through the familys hame on the other and found a happy family of and a with all needed comforts and many The car is W feet and divided into five It is luxuriously aud the tenants seem to enjoy life on the from the oldest to the to the fullest Mrerill will return to his home in Boston next Lukens is building an ad dition to his brass foundry on Main Bales went to DeKalb on Monday to attend the sittings of the Dixon Ministerial We need The church was crowded to overflowing last Sunday all be cause Blind Boone attended services The Blind Boone concert on Satur day night was well There are many towns In this great and glorious Republic of In which the average citizen knows more of his neighbors business then he does of his In this class Bock Falls may be Teh Williams has taken her lit tle daughter to Chicago to have her eyes whence she was called by the severe illness pf her who is still quite Scott has purchased a lot from and will erect a house thereon this The News office nas put in a new a Our has been shaken up terri bly over another We nnder stand that a legal Investigation will en Bock Falls needs a larger audience where can be our only Is over run with A big crowd of Odd Fellows went on the Clinton excursion Wednesday April Ministerial The second session of Dixon District Ministerial Association was held at and com mencing on Monday at 2 and closing with an evening session Tues day Twentyseven members were in and from Gait religious cipietbaVtheioai gives ltd and that the life writes Its history In the fea tures of the A beautiful character transfigure the Bo as you looked Into the face ot Father Klostejmann you could read Kindness wreathed bis face with He knew and realized that to have a peaceful and blessed ending to life be must ft with Such a life grows brighter even to Its His last days were the sunniest and the sweet The more loys the nearer and the more satisfying did the comfort For such a lite death has no He left sweet memories behind not only In the hearts of his but In the hearts ot the people among whom ho They will not soon for get his hearty The union of Father and Mother Klostermann was crowned with seven five of whom are The good seed sown by these fulln ful servants of God found good soil in the hearts ot the and which nag long since brought forth fruit unto On September a deep shadow fell across the old The twain had stood to gether like two trees of the forest with Inter locked Side by slda In lifes great battle they hod fought thegood fight and won the But death came to unjolnt this had taken In this overwhelming shock tliUagedTJatrlarcJrstoodconfldentvattest Ing the dlvlue On the 26th of this lust seven years and seven months since the soul of his companion bad apod Into hlaflast moments had The pulse fluttered as a tree branch lifts and No classy stare but eyelid lightly closed and the calm without a groan or he passed away Into the The day ot the funeral was a beautiful spring the day In which a Christian would wish to be They laid him down to rest along the roadside where he had often close beside her with whom be walked and prayed and sung and Bide by side Jacob and Itachel were April IVEGAL Executors Estate of MICHAEL The undersigned having been appointed Exec utor of the last will and testament of Michael late of the County of Wulteslde and State ot herebv gives notice that he will appear betore the County Court ot Whiteslde at the County Court Boom n at the July of said on the IF YOTJ WJUSTT BORROW MONEY And have the pecurity to I can furnish you all you want O 3STo STERLING OIF ENAMEL PAINT O 3 Various Beautiful For Decorating Something New and BATES d CONANT auu TT other were also The following subjects were before the Association for discussion Care less Ailing Bi ble Exposition 6ia Gruber Proper Place for Faith In J Blgelow Should Paragraph be Stricken from the Discipline A resolution was adopted to request the publication of the last named paper in the Northwestern Christian Advo and that Brother Clark condense his article and furnish a copy thereof to the Relation of the Pulpit to the Liquor and wan In troduced speaking mostly on the labor part of the ques and Bassett followed with a paper on the liquor side of the The Race Problem Ita Danger and the Duty of the was discussed by Cleudennihg and Bales read an essay on The Present status of the Epworth and the Outlook What Is Compressed in the Gift of Eternal Life Dangera Is the Matter with the Pews Libber How can we Better Employ Our Laymen In Public Service Causes of Unfruitful Preach ing Resurrection of the Human A sermon was delivered on Monday night by followed by a warm religious experience On Tuesday sermons by Carwardine ana hard working Presiding VanUorne presided with his usual genial smile and promptness In the dis patch of Seoy The following are the Tjrsnd Jurors for the May term of the Circuit Court Martin John An drew Julius Edgar John Henry Harm Johu Robert Wal First Monday n Jvly at which time all persons having claims amtuat said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same ad All personsindebted to said estate sre requested to make Immediate payment to the DatetfihlslBd day of uawa Publication Notice In State of f Circuit Court of Whtteslde May Henry DeGarmo and George partners under the firm name and style of DeGarmo Justus Attachment Public notice Is hereby the said Justus L that a wrifpf attachment Issued it of the omce ot the Clerk of the Circuit Court Henfyl mo and George partners under the firm name and style of DeQarmo and against the cred its and ettecta of the said Justus for the sum of two hundred and tourtaen directed to the sheriff ot Whltesida county to Reynold before to be bolden at the Court In the elty of Mor onthe Stoond Monday of give ball and plead to the said plaintiffs Judgment will be entered against you and In fa vorol the sala Henry DeGarmo and George partners under firm name and style of Ife Garmolf and so much of tUe credits and tflecwat Sohedlasmaybe suffleleut to satisfy the said and costs will be told to satisfy the iauifc CHAMBERLIN THE HUBBARD IIAWfACrD It During Donaldsons absence to Dr VaAMK will all all m J TfaU b ft For Kent in Starling of Book dry but Albert Johuagi MUo AUraw f a i ffflflrfrth Farms ail Frtii iittaf iear At ;