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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - September 18, 1890, Sterling, Illinois EIGHT SEPTEMBER BPBIHE88 DENTAL Dpxdfcl ttm to f oH arm ta4 to childrens Ou Rlren OfflM oa Third la Pint Buk D en Third Joining Crta miaou Attbtfneys aft ATTORNEY AT I tad Balls oaieer Third mdLbcort RAILWAY TIME f TTORNEYS AT LAW rooms 1 ot fe yf TTORNEY AT ZX Office OTOT A A TTORNEY8 AT LAW AND 80 ucrroBs IN Offlca OTM Keefert Drag ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SO UCITOB IN Offlet cm Starling MtUontl ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY FUBUO A Office OTOT Sterling rUUontl ATTORNEY AT NOTARY FtTBLIC ft JCttTIOB THB Collection MUndfd to Banks and The Sterling National BankT GENERAL Prompt wd emfol trtontton ilren to afl OUSE PAPER tt HANQHH AND Shop la Flnt front Anthony PHYSICIANS AND Offlca IB Anthony Block corner Fliii ITCBM uul Jourtli HOMEOPATHIC and rooms 10 Eut Third 1 HMldenca Ill Second Odlco I to 10 1 to 8 7 to8 Ji 10 DISEASES A UnloH Third June PHYSICIAN AND A Academy ot Mnrlc v HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlce over Exchange nock Ready o answer calls day or from Real Estate Adam REAL INBU BANOB AND COLLECTING Money Loaned on Real and Personal Office next door to Sterling National TUSTIOE OF THE COL J LBOTIOH AOBNT ft NOTAEV Plte Iniiirancelo reliable iU Third THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going East Going Atlantic Ovnrlnnil Omaha Clinton Sterling The Omaha Bx Clinton Pauwmeer and Sterling Paawrtieer rnn eicopt Alt other trains FrelRhl trnln going west at going et 1M m carrT BURUNaTON t Going 8 Freight Arrive from 79 71 Oolag 88 49 Arrive from 85 41 80 connocta with trains out and ent on Clinton Branch with A It II at Itock Iplnnd cant and west with main line for polntti Council and and for City and pointa IliUNOIS CENTRAL AT Going Going t Paoncngcr Paiwungur STERLING coRimrrnD THUHSDAV V 2 Onts Hurley LIVB V OWM as 9 00 live C FA KM V 8 Q13 1 00 V w 800 700 120 e SOLDIERS Bister Fulton by the Ribbons Bnnllng Old Lovely EVERYBODY KKOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Curries the principal stock of LUMBER Building SEWER DRAIN In Whttosldo PAID KOU Elegant Designs In ladles Painter and PAINTBR DECO X promptly made by leav ng word at Mangane harneaa Giddings IIiLINOIS WATCHES Latest Styles In JEWELRY IB East Third STEKUNG STEAM DYE GENTS CLOTHING DYED AND BEPAIBED firstclass or no Also LADIES Dress anyabade or VST All work sent to us wiU receive prompt Third Next Door to Get the CONFECTIONERY ALL THE HUBBARD MANUFAOTD BY Purlng Ponaiasoaa ahsonce lu FRANK will QUall Frank Cocliran I I n i it Ji The Soldiers Reunion at Fulton on last Wednesday and Thursday was a success all The nlcejittle city ofFulloh was rigged bib and with a brood smile over herentire ready to body Most of her citizens had no Idea that the reunion would be quite as extensive an affair as it proved to and they were rather agreeably surprised to see the crowds roll Most of the business firms had the front part of their bulhllngs decorated with white and blue lags or bunt and some had streamers of little Hags stretched from one point to an At the intersection of the main street and the one running to the ferry a beautiful arch had been with pillars and span of white and and In a half circle on either side were the words The veterans felt before the day was half over that they were perfectly The citizens of President Qriswold and Secretary Oscar Summers are to be congratulated for their kind reception and their eager desire to make the reunion an Ing On Wednesday the old soldiers began to and by evening there were enough to take a The main thing on Wednesday was the rousing camp fire in the At this meeting Griswola delivered an elo quent address of and closed by in the name of the citi zens of Fulton the freedom of the Chaplain Smith made a ringing re and was followed by Judge James Capt of George Ira Frank and with lively speeches and On Thursday the forepart of the day was occupied in receiving The special train on the brought several hundred old soldiers In many coses their wives accompanied At the campQre in the evening the crowd was far greater than on Wednesday Grlswold speeches were stories told and songs sung by and no more enjoyable occasion was ever wit nessed than was One feature of the reunion deserves especial and that was the ex cursions on the steamer Everett Man ager Sturdevant Issued free tickets to an the old and the boat made hourly loaded to the guards with old accompanied by bands of mu It was a reunion that never be Reunion of the 75th The members of the 75th held theit reunion at Fulton at the same time of the District The or ganization was called to order in Music by of Bock Falls prayer was offered by of the after which the President made somesug gestions in regard to holding our regi mental reunion on a day separate and apart from the district Let ters were read from several absent com and the President stated that John now Judge Ben of fully intended to be present at this but his court convened this week and he could not There were present from the different companies as follows Company 8 0 21 18 3 2 1 4 and with Chaplain making 77 members The list ot names of the surviving so far as known to the sec were several changes of location were The following resolutions on the deaths of Schuyler of and Henry Toby of were passed by a unanimous vote finger touched thjmand they slept It Is with profbund sorrow Uiat this association has learned ol the death o comrades Henry Toby and the former dying ut his homo In and the totter at hfi home In and Too pleasant and Intimate relations held with these comrades by the members ot the 75th regiment during our services lu the late war of the render It proper that we place on record some suitable recognition ol these comrades as men and as That we deeply deplore the deaths ot comrades Toby and for one by one our old comrades are dropping out of ranks to answer to the roll call beyond the shining river That we tender the afflicted families of these comrades our sincere condolence and In this their Irreparable loss of kind husbands and That these resolutions bo spread upon the records of our and a copy be sent to the families of the The following officers were then re elected Thomas The chairman then appointed com rades Waller Angell and Thomas Diller as the executive com mittee of the Suggestions were exchanged in regard to the day of holding our regimental A few wanted the day the regiment left Dlxon for the front as the permanent day of our re union but the majority were in favor of October the date of the battle of the first battle in which the was and Oct 8th is the and Sterling is the place for the next reunion of the Last year a committee was appointed to take into consideration the advisa fifed and drummed and set theold com hearts on The members then formed In line and marched up the hill and down again as they used to do of The association adjourned to meet meet October at Sterling In afternoon as many of the members of the 7oth as could be got to held a consultation in regard to a beautiful 875 Jamen Bracken of President of the First National Bank of that and a member of the headed the list of subscribers to purchaBe an ele gant cane and present It to John colonel of the at this years Bennet was not present the cane could not be but the committee conclud ed to send the cane to the which they accompanied by the following letter Headquarters Northwestern Illinois Soldier aud Ballon JOHN Dear cannot nor we well describe the great disappointment your nence here today has caused the few of your old as well as many of your neighbors and who came here expecting to see Ironipted by their admiration for these people nave brought with them a beautiful cane which they expected to present to you at the Camp Fire this but as your duties have prevented your being the manner of making you the recipient ot the glfthan been delegated to the undersigned And In belialt ut the survivors of the 7Cth present here and those absent wherever hey may be In memory of those who fell at Lookout and In many other battles ID which you led Those who wasted away In In or in Kebel In tielmlf of our comrades who nleep In unknown graves far from the homes of their above all In behalf of the many recollections that this event of to day we you this cane with the that many years to It may servo you as H Kinder rather than as a To you who commanded In batMo as well as on may we further stato that the old guard never loved their commander better than does the 7Bth regiment love John Ben and as we honored and venerated you lu so we are proud of you In civil lEoitoit i jlitENTis WILLIAM I WILLIAM THOMAS 1 DUAIKH Ogle Countys New Court Tuesday of last week was o big day at the occasion being the lay ing of the corner stone of Ogle Coun ty s Hew Court and the attend ing ceremonies were participated ted in by the Odd Knights of Bs and oth Bands from Bo Lafayette and Lynnville were and the music was of an ex ceptionally excellent The when will be one of the finest in the state outside our large and is to cost The old building waa erected In 1843 and has for a long entirely inadequate to the wanta and requirements of such a county as Ogle Is the speakers who addressed the throng were Judge Crabtree of of Chi and Campbell of Po The latter gave some interesting statistics relating to the There are on record deeds mar riages and law The total number of records aggregate vol and there has not been a night in the lost forty years but what a lire could or burglar steal any of the records of the The people of Ogle are amply able to defray this and a credit to one of the best counties In the state when It it Is Always FrcsHui Cheapest ia Maim Bast Third 24 Z0oz from fot kUuls of Job Print go to the STAKDARO Tartar promptl bility of publlshiag a history the reg iment This committee reported that it has gathered a great deal of data for a historical work out that the expense of publishing is too great for the mem bers of the association to bear juat at Tha committee was contin ued and Instructed to keep on gather ing historical The old regimental flag waa display and it received three It is in care of comrade of Mor Comrade secretary of the Hiatoriral read a short account of the different moves ofthe regiment front the muster in to Ha dis fhle was listened to with in terest and Comrade our was Bock Falls The dance last Thursday night at the residence of was well attended by the young people and very A punkln pie social held atithe home of Hull Schofleld on Friday eve was the occasion of unlimited What might have a serious ac cident occurred at Harpers bak yer Monday It is the old sto ry of filling a gasoline while The tank but by throwingthe whole machine into the the building the little son of Herman was run over by a team driv en by an older last and sustained a fracture of the jaw and several Scott and Isaac went to Chicago Tuesday on 4 Matthew Clarkson and Leslie Shirley departed for Evanston Monday morn ing where they will attend Warren late a teacher in our city departed on Mon day for Oberlin where he will at tend college Deacon Arey is erecting a new house at the juncture of Urldge street and We regret to report that Fowler u no better and his friends en tertain grave fears as to the Isaac Sturtevant is building an ele gant house on Biverton Smiths old home has been platted and will be put on the market It is known as Ook Lawn and is owned by a syndi cate of Sterling and Bock Falls cap The location and lots are Very M the painter has moved his family to and Bowe of Sterling has moved into the house just vacated by Barrett has sold his meat mar ket to Murray and gave possession last goes to Confer ence at Aurora next We hope he may be returned here for anoth er John Tumblespn we learn now engaged in business in Northwestern The Bock Falls Association met Monday Miss Sarah of Tama County is the guest of and Ad The The Prohibitionists of the nineteenth Senatorial district held a convention In City Hall at 2 oclock last for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the State was chosen and Champlln and Hoover An informal bal lot for candidate for Representative re sulted thus 5 Fos 0 B Andrews and John Lawton Coe arid the honor of B each assigning plausible reasons for withdrawing and as a result FpBter was nominated on the first ballot 4 delegates from Lee county were then asked to present a candidate for and in accordance therewith named who was nominated by A resolution was passed thanking the city for favors the press for publishing the and the officers of the convention for their after which an adjournment was Council The City Council met In regular ses sion on Monday with the Mayor and a full beard Alexander offered a resolution which was the Water to remove all hydrants on Third avenue which Interfere with the proper laying of tile and place them outside of said and Inside of the Wilson presented a petition from asking for a license to operate a bowling alley In the base ment of Farwell Referred to on The usual batch of semimonthly bills were presented and Alexander presented an ordin ance entitled An ordinance In relation to moving buildings in the city of Ster which was chairman Light Com reported favorably upon the bills of the Sterling Gaa and Electric Light for street lights for July and less ten per cent for the former month and live per cent for the latter Brewer on ac count of inefficiency of the and a protracted discussion result ing in the deferring of action upon the passage of the bills until next Platt presented an ordinance en titled An ordinance for a permanent sidewalk in Lipes and LeFevres addition to the oity of which waa The special committee appointed by the Council to estimate the cost of lay ing permanentsidewalks in various portions of the which committee consisted of Miller and presented eight reports which were after which the ad The great military True will be given at the Academy of by and sup ported by about seventyfive Sterling The play deals with life in Missouri during the late and has been very successful for the post ten The profits of the show will go to the relief and in a cause that should pack the house ev ery There are several sick and needy comrades now calling for and the object of this entertainment is to help them through the Turn out and see True Real Estate AND Citrani Fan Property ani festern LanJs for tatr Call and see what we Office at Philip ffices It making the fluent PKtOffrdphn to be had in the Jflti always lit better now than ever Do you want a firstclans Cray India Ink or Panlelle Por trait tie can get it for How it the time to place your holiday for this Prices as low an fir Hiclass work can be 10 EAST THIRD oeoooooeoeooeeoooeoeoooooo Robber A f fkniit RUBBER of ail Mi to AND WALL PAPER AT IB THE TIME TO PUT IN NEW GLASS IN THE WHERE IT IS BROKEN OUT GO TO THE UNDERSIGNED FOR NOW IS THE TIME To buy Vapor Philips stick to the old time tested which is without a rival in this or any other A SPECIAL The members of the Board of Trade held a Special Meet ing and resolved that Wilsons is the to go for bargains in Staple and Fancy Crockery and Duluth and other brands of Flour kept in Fruits and Vegetables ar rive 308 Locust t CHAMBERLIN WALZER DEALERS REAL ESTATE naaaisa EBBBBB Were Here to Stay f itk tht LiRGEST aid FBESBEST STOCK OF All kinds of Property Bought and Sold on CORNER GALT OFFICE OPEN YOU NEVER SAW THE LIKE 22 BRESSLER SONS AND FRUITS OF ALL FOE To be found In am She returns home Fil Allen and son Kay went to Chicago Friday last oa a It la repotted tUat the the Eureka folks are preparing to erect another large ware house fertile use of the furniture late pastor of the Congregational church here was in town Monday and The Sunday school convention at the Congregational church last Sunday af ternoon and ulght waa larget SLarA 17 TlliniV PUrnond Medal i Canned aatl Dried Faney and Staple GO FLOUR YOU NEVEB SAW THE xiKEP The finest Flour to the fine as silk made out of the finest hard wheat Try it FRUIT YOU NEVEK SAW THE UKB The choicest Gages and fresh and from Sugars YPUNEVBBBAWTHSLUCKI All vinegar and of choice DRIED SALT PORK vou NSVKK SAW THE MSB Sweet and CANDIES Choice fresh and Tou NEyjas SAW THK UQCB MELONS Nutmego from Abe you KBVJSS JUAW THE LIKE Sweet and TOBACCO and aaiS BLESS YOU NKVJJK SAW TUB UKBl GO All at Bock Bottom IF YOU BORROW And security to I oaai all e Call at the old stand and be assured of fair treatment ;