Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on September 19, 1889 · Page 3
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¥1, e Don't Look at Mo but J. K. Chester Evening Gazette. TH» Rvsiraf o GAKBTTB can He ht& »t all the newsntande. Price TWO cwrrs. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Tonight. Academy of Music. Standard Theatre Co. Wallace Opera House. Damon and Pbythias. Full rehearsal DeestrlckJSkulefat. G. A. R. faall. ; --•- Ha,si just opened his [Fall Stoclz of ORES —Frank Button is home -from a trip west. — G. P. Boss has gone to Boston on a visit. . n— Miss Hattle Wiley is back from Chicago. — Levl Bnavely has returnedBfrom Nebraska. — Misa Miller, of Ohio, ia the guest of Mrs. John Ward. ----—City Attorney Wolfersperger ia in Chicago on business. —Misa Lulu Newcomer has returned GOODS "Whtcli is more complete .than- ever before. —(!er>. ,'>Sanran fp.ll from hii barn md received a ba-1 injury to one ankl<\ —Col. Fred 0.I'inree, of thn I'ockford (!;i7ette, is a e:\ndiil v!f> for lite ot!ic» of Colloctor of Internal Revenue. — M. E. Lo* is, of Stnrgis, Midi., lias been employed to do npJiols'eririK for Reynolds 15ros. His family will cotne horn next week. —The *\V. C. T. U. of the 7th district will hold their annual convention in the Morrison M. JB. church on Wednesday and Thursday of next week. —Chas, E. Windom hag been elected a vice president of the Jllinos Undertakers' Society and also a member of a committee to confer with the Cof!in Trust regarding a settlement of the trouble between them. ' —Bov. W. II. lliff, the boy evangelist, of Clinton, Iowa, will preach next Sunday at 10:30 in the 4th .St. M. E. church. All are invited to attend and hear the boy preacher. —A number of Baptists of this city areatMilledgeville, attending the annual meeting of the Dixon 'Baptist as- a relation. Among the party are Rev. aid Mrs. F. A.Gregory.Mr. and.Mr3.|W. (iould, Mrs. 8. B. Brenneman, Mrs. J. E. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. R. Easta- brooka. —Toe-Standard Theatre Co. appeared to another good house last night, and gave a flne performance of The Parson's Charge. To-night they will present the new comedy "Only an Actress," which was written exclusively for Miss Slader and in which she has won her greatest success. Ten dollars in gold will he drawn by someone tonight. —A travelling man of this city, while in Durant, Iowa, recently noticed posted in the bar-room of the principal hotel, a notice from the mayor, directing that the bar be closed after 12 o'clock, noon, on 8undaya._ The proprietor was making loud complaints as he said his best trade was on Sunday afternoon. The prohibition law does not neern to be enforced with much rlgorousnesB. —J.B.Uerry, chief engineer of tho Chicago & Northwestern railroad, will, on t ; 'R Northwestern 1m- provpwnt!) H !»>i;i3 pushed with ;i largo loree of men. The d"p'"> f l-'»i' f ting VtlUit- a rtitm'y, »nd the Northwestern property here will bp the (incut on the road from Chicago to Council muffs. — Here is one of I'rof. Ilnxley'a latest about thq oyster: "I suppose," says tho professor, "that when this slippery morsel glides along tho palate, few people imagine they are swallowing a piece of machinery far more complicated than a watch." —Ferdinand Klostnrman, who has been visiting his cousin, Mr. Fred Klosterraan. of Prairievillfi, left today for the Pacific coast and will visit Portland, San Francisco, Loa Angeles etc., before his return here and to his home in Germany. . —Engineer Llljencranlz, who has i,M oo'ilit r i d tli<- \ "id I »_' -, ' i T" in vilidinto tho hoir-p, wher» Havana were parsed around, and n half hour in pl";i!i;uit n<'t:i:il)iWy wni jpent. The! T.K>B.!»J Vi'tT.tr:". Siinij "Marrhiiid Thro' floor- i Ht. .fo«c-i? Kia," -Tram:.. Trump, Tramp " Kx-1 M;iyor KIHott rendered ''Old Mi:u)y," and Johnny Alli'-o i executed the Highland Fling. The occasion was n very pleasant one, and Mrs. Smith will carry with her to Washington pleasant memories of that evening. , Hi" ; H u «»t S-'n»-- n"<l Ksti"«n!ni». ;s»» «<•«.."». 'M» On .S^pt i:!'.h awl :: ah the C. H. 0 Q I. !l. will sell excursion tickets for on« owpst faro for the roivd trip; Tickets imited going Sept, i:',lh and ::otri t ami returning, ten clays from date of snie. dOOw::."-tf been surveying for the Ilenriepin canal KHenmaMnjn ran I»e t'nr?d. It has baillRd the skill of our beat physicians and there are to-day more men, women and children suffering from this terrible disease than ever before, and the opinion seems universal that it ia incurable, but this is n mistaken idea for it can be cured by using as directed Hibbard'a Rheumatic Syrup and Strengthening Plasters. Prepared His assortment of Robe Patterns, Side Bands, , . Stripes and Plaids ARE PMOIARLY Serges, Henriettas, Moliaiirs, I3road.ciotb.es, In all tfce New Shades at Lowest Prices! Wool Dress Flannels only 21 cts. Beat stock of Black Dress Goods in Whiteside County. to Rockford seminary. —John A. 1'age is at Des Molnes, Ia., on paper mill business. —Miss Clara Brown, of Omahn, is visiting Miss Emily Gait —Mr. W. A. Golder, of Chicago, has been here for several days. Misses Emma and Ida Davis have gone to Chicago on a visit. —Mrs. Alonzo Wilkinson and daughters have gone to Chicago. —Miss Alice Robinson has returned from a visit in Ireton, Iowa. —Mrs. W. S. Frey and Miss Mary Milnes have gone to Chicago. •—Hard coal has advanced 60 cents per tdn, and is now selling at 87.50. -Mendota will have a horse sale, and the first one will be held Saturday, Oct. 12. ; —The Whltealde Co. B. and L. society loaned 81,000 at their last meeting. —Miss Ruth Gait has gone to Chicago to attend the Misses Grant's seminary. — Mra. H. H. Atwood, from Rockford, IB visiting her eon, Homer Atwood. • —Tha Northern Illinois Teachers As- aoeiatlon convenes at Englewood Oct. llth and 12th. —Mrs. Electa E. Smith left today for Washington, after having a very pleaa» ant visit here. —Mr. R. U. Coloord has returned from a ten days trip through the country around Cherokee, Iowa. —Oliver Talbott, of Jordan, left today for a jaunt aver Kansas, Nebraska and Indian Territory. •Rev. D. A. Santford, of Milwaukee, will conduct services at Grace church again next Sunday. —Mrs! W. H. Bigelow and Mrs. Moore and daughter left yesterday for Sanborn, Iowa, on a visit. " —Harry Seibert, who has been doing insurance work for D. L, Miller during the past summer, la here for the winter. —The base ball game was not a very flne exhibition yesterday. The score atood 2 to 0 for Sterling at the end. The crowd was very small. —Dr. Pennington la having numerous improvements made on hia residence on Weat 3rd street. A pretty bay window is one of them. —Mrs. C. H. Strong and Misa Mary Richardson, daughters of Mrs. John , Rlehardsen^nd Mrs.Dow,_ttll ._oL.Ra : cine, Wis., are visiting Mra. Richardson, I at her home on Fourth avenue —Forepaugh's great show exhibited this afternoon at 5 o'clock, formally turn over the double track to the operating department. This is the connecting link between the crossing and the old road bed west of the depot.-The new road between Nelson and the Mississippi is pow complete. We are also informed by one of the engineers that the rails between Nelson and Dlxon will not be laid thla fall. —There will be a Sunday school convention held in Hume next Sun day, Sept. 22nd, both afternoon and evening. Rev. Baldwin, Prof. Tuttle, Irwin Green, Mra. D. R. Butler, Mre. Leona Wetsell, Mr. Smith and Mr. ftamsey will talk in the afternoon session on Sunday school topics.^ 0. A. Oliver will give an address in the evening, "Salt Lake City and Mormon Sunday Schools," followed by N. G. VanSant on Better Sunday Schools. S. S. male quartette will ba there to help la song. Chas. Plumley, Sec'y. ' at Dixon, has gone to Milan near Rock island, where he will make his headquarters for a time. He is an assis tant under Capt. W. L. Marshall, who has charge of tho canal Hurvey. —Dr. J. P. Anthony is making a big improvement on the north side of his building. On the whole length of hia property on the north side he will have a brick pavement built, in place of the plank walk. Improvements of that kind should be more generally made in thia city. —Rev. Gilman Parker received a telegram today from Moline atating that a mooting of the congregation 6f the new Moline Baptist church had been held last night and that a unanimous call had been extended to him. He has the matter under advisement. —The following Sterling gentlemen, Cjl. C. L." Sheldon, Postmaster Mc- Cuae, Alderman Wilson, Elmer .Crawford and E. W. Blossom, who are members of a Chicago lodge of Myatlc Shrine.rs, went to Clinton thia afternoon to attend a meeting of the.Shri- ners there this evening. There will be visitors present from all the lodgea of the vicinity States. —Mr. Frank Lindon and his fine company arrived here on the 1:10 train today and are at the Gait. Mr. Lindon ia ao well known here aa an actor of ea- tablished reputation that he 'needs no recommendation to our theatre goers. To-night at Wallace Opera House he wirr appear in the tragedy of / Dan on and Pythias, the story of which is known to every school boy and girl, but which is seldom seen on the stage as Mr. Lindon delineates it. The Knights of Pythias have purchased a by Rheumatic Syrup Co.,JacUson, Mich. Price 81.00 per bottle, or six bottles for g5 00; or we will send it to any address on receipt of price. tths Has refused to take any more scholars this quarter—for lack of room. I don't employ canvassers to sell pia nos, organs and.sewing machines; so that the agents commission ia saved to the purchaser. Call and get prices James Harden 84 te w tl * New goods arriving daily, at E. E. Sheetz'. Call and examine. AticHoncrr. Tho Dutch and English auctioneer still alive and ready to attend to city and country siues on short notice. Can leave orders at A. It. Ilemlrick's Drug Store or at my rvilde.nce on i:sth avenue north of 4th St. Charges reasonable. (Jive me a call. 78 37tf D. II. MEYERS, Auct. Call at E. W. lilossom'a and get an eye tester free of charge. 70-d&w the new ad of N. Carpenter & .Secure-S For Deestrick Skule early. Sale begins at 9 o'clock Friday morning at G. L. Werntz's store. 83 t2 Why do reople buy furniture at the Rock falls furniture store? Answer: Because it pays them big to do BO. Dill &Co. - ——TO-lt- The beat lace or 4 button kid glove, every pair warranted. Price 81.00 at E. E. Sheetz'. ffl See Co. The reserved seat sale for "Deestrick Skutu" will commence on Friday morning. Sept. 20th, at 0 o'clock, at George L Werntz's store. Reserved seats 60 cents. Admission 35 cents, gallery 25 cents. 83 to E. W. Blossom has taken the agency of the "I, C." bran(1 Spectacles and Eye glasses. These spectacles are different from ordinary gltsee 1 !, in that the lenses are ground from a French ."lilted Crystal that shuts out the chem- ca! and heat raja of light, making them •ery soothing: to the eyes. Be sure and ry them, see that that trade mark "i. c." is on every lena. 70-d&w Beautiful stock of millinery goods at ;he Rock Falls millinery store. Call and see it. Dill & Co. TO-tf liloanom IHspl»y» A very fine line of gents vest chain?, in aolid gold and rolled plate. The price, style and quality of theae goods art: smA.Hi -Mrs. John Deeta, who with her husband has been living neat the Joseph Hillyer reaidence, in the northwest part of thla townahlp, died on Tuesday at the home of her daughter, at Lyndon. She went to Lyndon several days ago to asiist in caring for a sick grandchild and there Bhe herself became ill, and was carried off by the alckneaa. Bhe was a very old lady, being about 73 yearaofage. She has numerous rela- tivea in thla vicinity, among whom is officer Henry Bhultz, of thia city, a nephew. Her death will be mourned by a large circle of fnenda. The remains were brought to thia city on the Q paasenger at 10:20 this morning, and were taken immediately after to the Science Ridge church, where the funeral services and burial took place. —The association organized here in Sterling for the prevention of crulty to animals and children operates under the auspices of the Illinois Humane society that was organized twenty yeara since. These associations work under the la#s of our StatA which provide heavy fines amounting to a sum as great as two hundred dollars for cruelty to animals, and a Jlne and imprisonment for abuse of children. For the latter crime five hundred dollars fine and imprisonment for a term of Qve years is the limit. Among the specified cruelties to animals by the iaw are: Overloading, overdriving, overworking, cruelly beating, mutilating or cruelly killing, cruelly working any old, infirmed, sick or disabled animals, unnecessarily falling to provide with proper food, drink and shelter, etc. Every citizen of the city ablejp so in^ test two dollars should belong to this association. , •No more base ball games will be large number of the tickets f or to-uight. —Heseklah Potta, the Skule Master, has collected together a right amart lot skollars for his Deestrick Skule. There are about thirty of them and they are among the beat known people of this city. The Master has been training his skollars for some time past and he will give an exhibition of their 'laruin in the Academy of Music on next Tuesday evening, September 24th. We do not hesitate in saying this entertain ment will cause the loss of more buttons (by laughter) than anything that has been given here for yeara. Tickets are now on Bale at Werhtz'a. • —The board of aupervisora at their meeting last week, appointed the fol-| lowing citizens aa grand jurors for the October form: M Dineen, Albany; Sol Eshleman, Clyde; Julius Smith, Coloma; T D Bunn, Erie; T H Smith, Smith,Fulton; H L Ewing, Fenton: John Deets, Jr,,Geneaee; Martin Jenka, Garden Plain; Chaa E Lane,.Hume; Isaac bhultz, Hopkins; JW Kaschnen Hahnaman; Simeon M Coe,. Jordan; D Q Spafford, Mt Pleasant; Chas Sturtz, Montmorency; Wm Roland, Newton; Wm M Tabor, Portland; Joseph A jMalson, Prophetstown; II S Street, Sterling; G ;F Shuler, Sterling; T II Knox, Tamploo; Jefferaon Burch, Union Grove; Jas W Ross, Usticfc. •Morrison Sentinel: The Rock River Presbytery and the Women's Preaby- At the Academy tonight. This play belongs to Miss Slader and has been plnyed by her in all the principal cities with great success. Only 10 and 20 cents to see a fine show. -You may draw the 810 gold piece. Mrs." W. sTFrey and Mary Milnea, of Frey & Davis, left for Chicago this morning to buy their fall stock of goods Miss Ella Van Horn will meet them there and return Saturday evening ready to meet her old customers Moi. day, 8 5 ' Our line of table linens, napkins, towels and crashes is complete and prices as low as the lowest. E. E. Sheetz. strong inducements to'purchase. Interstate Kxpoaltlon, Chlcnio. Ills. On September 12th, 14th, 21st and 20th, nnd October 3d, nth, 12th, 17th and 10th tho_C.«.A Q, R,R. will sell excursion tickets to Chicago at one and one-third fare for round trip, plus twenty-five cents for admission ticket, limited, going, to date of sale.; return in?,Jo _and _ipclud|ng. Jthe_J olio wing Monday. AND CLOTH in every style. PEOPLE'S COLUMN W-We will Insert three lines In this ooI-^BJ umn one tlmo lor 10 eents, or lor W cents a neck. Each additional line will oe 6 oouts a single insertion, or l& cents a week. WANTKU. Only JO cents for J fines under this Heading. W it. NTED—At once—three salesmen.to whom exclusive territory «111 be given Address May Bros., Nurserymen, Koehesier, N. T. 8»-ie Given away at the Academy tonight. Who gets it? You may if you are there. Harvcnt Modal. Next Friday, the 20th, at Cong'l Church. Comic programme No charge for admission. Supper.25c, f rom C to 8. Good music- v __ 811(! Good goods, great'Viilety, always fresh and choice patterns at E. E. Sheetz'. •- Toniitt! Tonight! Frank Linden, in "Damon and Pythias" at Wallace Opera House Dressed Fowls. Fine dreaaed poultry on Bale at all tlmea at our cold storage warehouse on 1st avenue. Prices very reasonable. 8]-t6 F. F. REIGER & Co. Clothes Plus Penny per doz. at the Fair Store, o{- posite Wallace-House. " 84 to ^ANTKD-VMd.graphs.-by Dr. Frank An- Callatollloe. 83-U38-t3 W ANTED—All kinds re-upholsttrlnj:. Key nolds Bros.. Sterling, III. M-tfl* W ANTED—A competent b'acksmlth to take charge of an established business. Inquire this week of Geo. W. Clmiuberltii. 78-tt FOIl Only 10 cents for j fines under this Heading. T7<OK SALE—Good potatoes, delivered, for 25 r cents a bushel. AddrcBs P. O. Bolt U7. B^tij C1OK SALE-House for eale, handy to baslness. JJ ooodapeculailon, Another with a lots for $800. worth »1200. Call, for good bargains, on F. Lliubbard. 88-t5* F OB SALE—A few choice 1'oland boar pigs: o"eip. If take,, soon. At farm 2M in|.e» east of Bock Palls. S.T.Shirley. . 83-t833-U tetial Missionary Society met in this city Tuesday ^and. Wednesday. There were about thirty-five delegates attending the Presbetery and about forty delegates and frlenda in attendance on the Missionary Society, llev A. B. Mel- druui, of Rock Island, was elected Mod erator of the Presbetery. Much business of Importance waa transacted, and some interesting papers presented. On Tuesday evening Rev. Dr. M. C. Williams, of Princeton, III., preached the opening sermon to a Urge and interesting congregation. Mr. Chas. McGinnls, F GH HALK-Oood. Bound bay Horse, 8 years old In spring; one single Si. Louis top bug- iry nearlynow; good single harness; all lor 1176. F. P. Keluer, 1'oultry House. fl*-' 8 F OB SALE—Good Iowa, Nebraska Kansas land, stock or goods. Business places for sale and excnanue. Frank W. Walzer, Academy ol Music. Hoom-4- 70.U.. a candidate for the gospel . .. having completed the four years of college course and two of the three years of the theological seminary course of study, at Princeton, New Jersey, was _jj OFCP<*UjZi» o |jioi»w oiiv* FW ««_«•«••--— i ——XT v mufco UCMJU wt**» e*•»»»—•»• ----- — at Cedar Rapids on Tuesday, and at p i aye d here by professionals thla sea_ _ _ .... _—. IKTA/^TtAa^av Twn 1 rrti ...sin + Vifi*< Vi&a ha/*nmft filft f.Anl son. that The weather has become BO cool base ball is not profitable any many bargains in other departments of his mamoth stock. CALL AND SEE, Mareballtown on Wednesday. Two I big trains drawn by two big "hog" en- uui>v , Bines were used to transport the ehow. i onge r this year, so the club has quit •^^X^^\ZZ;&£ £?££ | Tuesday. —E. C. Winters, of Rock Falls, has raised the champion red beet displayed examined and-iicenseth to-preitch-tbe gospel. The services Wedueaday night were joint services of the Proaby^er/ and the Women's Missionary Society, 'he meetings throughout were quite utereating and the audiences werej I here this year, It ia twe or more feet I long, and weighs nine pounds. Fon dersmita Uad it in his window this j morning. 1 editor Jain«a F. Thoraa, of t&'e atmoapuere, they voted . to quit They all left lor their homes last evening. The Oalesbura club also departed. Of the Sterling team, Pools goes to Denver, Dowd to Hastings, (^soa. Browner and Riapia to Hock latoeJ, render to New Orleans He* York and Hutquln to I'eori*. Tb« association gained lot* hi. owl arge and appreciative. —The eld soldiers of this city, leaning that Mrs, Electa E. Smith was to tart on her return for Washington to- lay, gave her a serenade last evening- Cbey collected in front of the Academy of Music and about 8 o'clock, leaded by the Keystone band, proceeded to tha flue new residence of Mr. N. Carpenter, where Mrs. Smith w.ui a gu«at. The baud played several selections, »ud as Mrs. Smith with others appeared at the door, CoL Moaes in a well turnd4|»peach, told har in wUsit *.*&t*?fiui shy was b£\d* \ Mrs. fjwith wade a ?*ry nlw Frank Linden, in Damon and Pytbias at Wallace Opera House tonight. Son of Monte Cristo tomorrow. Genuine "Foster kid gloves" in black, I brown, tans and slates for"81.00 and [ SH.50 always sold at 81.25 and 81.75. Every pair warranted. E E. Shee'z. Illinois State Fair. Peori:', 111., Mept. 23-5*7. From September 2-2nd to 27th, inclusive, the C. B. & Q. B. «., will sell J( i trip tickets from Sterling to Peoria for $4.29; tickets to be limited I for going passage to date cf sale and I limited for return Sept. 28th. 02tf "Flowerpots at the Fairtitore-fro | o to 20 cts. apiece. 8410 Have Arrive! * The Linden Company are here and a first class show is guaranteed. Prices, 25, 35 and 50. " u In three line resl- Inqulre of 1.1. Bush. F OB BALE—A bargain dences In 4th ward. Only 10 cents for j lines under this Heading. F OIl BBNT-Dwel'Ins house, suitable for one or two families, five block' from P. O., with 5 acr«3 ot urouutl. Apply 508 first Avu. »l-tl FIX AA'OI Ali. F lNANOIAL-Moncytx>loan-»l.HX) at 6 per cent., on farm security. I. I. Bush, Uoyk Falls. KETS, Come in and see, We charge no fee. Tlie largest and richest display we have j ever snown. Chicago KxpQwltlon. The Chicago & North-Western Hallway will, ou stated dates, sell tickets to Chicago and return on account of the Exposition, which opens-September 4th, and closes October 10th, at rats of one fare for ttin round trip, with 25 cents added for admission ticket. For tickets, and full information apply to _ Agents Chit-ago & North-westeru Hail- ( way Cowpau'y. -'17-*" Tie Comilti* MM \iiii atli«r O. and O. TEA TS» Choicest Tsa Ever Offered. ABSOLUTELY PURE. A MOST DBCJCIOD8 BKVKKAQHL THY IT. Ira »1U ant UM »»r rtkw, f ftaO«d It It the Hionwi Qruo« txa. olckod iroia «i» Kat jiinotai'...!!. *!,.! cimmuVoBl abtoletely paro uhl (rM m>:a »U »ili»!w«tlou« or coJonns mutter. Ike (ji-jka^v« »re b w uiaUc* mil wsmntel tull w«Uhi. 1* i* t" «>taic*! In "*» 'li*n ttie luwtrgrwlen Orieat&J & OcddmUl Tsa Co., Ogttw, 3<S Jiai-!iny jUlp. Uma for*. P. S.--Oiar plush garments are all warranted. w. They'll wear JiJkfl o T.Ji0,s0

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