Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on September 23, 1889 · Page 3
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Sterling, Illinois
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Monday, September 23, 1889
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nr 1o *••?>'' Evening Gazette, i i\e jsf ew TrtB RrKt-riTin OAr.srrs nowost-nnrti. Prim TWO cx s!l the OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Don't.Look at Me but J. K. Chester Has just opened his Sto eli of "Which is m*»re complete than ever l>e« t ore* Tonight. —G. A. R. tonight. —U. R. K. of P. tonight. Special conclave. Sterling Command- ery No. 67 K. T. Templar work. —John Manahan is quite sick. —Miss Annie Murphy baa gone to Rock Island. —George Heffley, from New Mexico, is visiting relatives here. —Thedynamoa were placed in the electric light building to-day. —Miss Lou Seccomb, of Rockford, is the guest of Mrs. J. M..Martin. —H. O. Perry, formerly of Roohelle, visited Mr. Phelps for several days. —Mrs. F.Strelb, of Clinton, who has been visiting here, has returned' home. : A knight of the razor is soon to lead to the altar a fair damsel of this city. -—.;.- —'.'~J -A3. Melvin and Josh West, with two ladies, were up froiu Morrison yesterday. —A large number of Chicago sportsmen have been hunting prairie chickens south of this city. —Two wheelmen from Dixon came down yesterday and attended services at the Presbyterian church. —Rev. Mr. Kenning, of Sioux City Iowa, preached two good sermons in the Presbyterian church yesterday. —The estate of the late Mrs. A. J. Mattson, of Prophetstown, is estimated as worth S125.000. It is to be divided among relatives. —Mr and Mrs. Chas. Thummel, of Kansas, are visiting Mr. Thummel'n. mother and other relatives in the vicinity of Pralrievllle. —Miss Annie Hyde, who has been visiting ber Bister, Mrs. John P. Law- —Mrs. Nellie McEldownpy r"'nni<?il to Chicago ou Sntur'lay visiting —Mips Lizzie Shppsin. who IIP.H been visiting here, has returned to Chicago, wlit-re she in employed iu Mandel Bros.' store, —Jin-. Mnrry, down at Moline, drank the alcohol from the dead snakes In a museum down tbere and enjoyed the drunk. —B. Frank Hoover of Palmyra, IB raising lots of honey tbis year, and this week made a shipment of 1400 pounds to Ohio. ° —Dozens of people hereabouts are raising big peaches this yetsr. We have mentioned several. The latest to report are Mrs. C. E. Fitch and Mrs. FoSg. —Geo.Pfister,has leased theproperty now occupied by U. Oassman and will open a first-class restaurani on the Drst of next month. Mr. Pfister has had much experience as a restauranteur. —This seems to be a good year for second crops. Last week Dave H. Myers sent to this ofllce second crop straw berries; now this week Jerome Sands sends from Lyndon, twigs from a cherry tree, containing second growth blossoms, which would, If the weather remains warm, no doubt change Into fruit. —A telegram from the insane asylum at Elgin tbis morning brought the news of the death of Ueo. T. Reed, for many years a resident of Sterling. He was about 50 years of age, and for some time before being sent to the asylum, which was several years, ago, he exhibited evidences of a brain weakness. He was a member of Union Lodge No. 3, A. O. U. W. His wife and brother, also other relatives, live In this elty. —At Davenport, Iowa, they still have faith in water p_ower. A dispatch in the Chicago Sunday Times says the Business men's association has had an engineer estimate the cost of developing the water power there, and he finds that 12,000 horse power can be produced with an expenditure of 8700,000. The dispatch says it is likely the power will be developed. At least half that much power can bo developed here for loss tharTone tenth "of-tno amount of money required at Darenport. —There were over a thousand pec- His assortment; oi Eobe Patterns, Side Bands, Stripes and Plaids W PARTICDIABLY Serges, Henriettas, Broadclothes, In. ftirtbe New Shades at Lowest Prices! Wool Dress Flannels only 21 cts. Best stock of Black Dress Goods in Whiteside County. He is'also showing many bargains in other departments of his mamoth stock. CALL* AND SEE. VAOl.U**4Ct ««- — ' rle, leaves on the 4:20 Q train for her home at Kansas City. —Complaint is made that cotton wood logs remain on the streets in several places yet, one being, at the corner of 12th avenue and 6th street. —An infant child of Charles Helsler, who lias been living in the building near the city nail, died on Saturday evening, and was buried yesterday. —James DeBuchbnanne, Pa. D., tbe spiritualist who conducted the funeral of Jacob Powell, is expected to address a meeting to be held in A. O. U. W. hall next Sunday afternoon. —Dan Long, the young man who received bad injuries in a railroad acci dent recently, is recovering fast, and it ia expected he will be out soon. He will probably have to we»r a cork leg. —The American House on East 4th street, which was at one time Sterling's principal hostelry, is being painted up for the first time in 24 years. The building is still used as a boarding house: —Mrs. J. H. Marshall, nee Minnie. Pal oer, was called to Chicago last night by a telegram announcing the very serious Illness of her husband. He was taken ill at Galeaburg and conveyed to a hospital at Chicago, where he now is. —Miss Annie Frank, of this city, who is a pupil at Davenport Seminary, recently received five prizes for the best examinations in different studies. One of the professors writes ber father, Jr. August Frank, that she is~-on& of ,he brightest pupils ia the school. —Officer Howard on Sunday evening pie at the Academy Saturday evening to witness the last performance by the Standard Theatre Co. The play, "The Little Detective" was given by the company for the first time, and there were several small Qrst night breaks, the funniest being the upsetting of both the ladles' boats in the second act, exposing the wheels on the bottom of the boats. Tho audience was well pleased with the piece, which will be a strong bill after the Co. become familiar with the situations. The twenty dollar gold piece was drawn by Mr. D. W. Hppkinson.. -A daring theft was committed at the Academy of Music last Saturday afternoon. Soon after the close of the matinee Mrs. Purcell was called to the piano to rehearse some new songs for the evening performance, leaving her pocket book and wraps on her seat near the piano. A few minutes after this the fire alarm rang and Messrs Chamberlin and Decker found the book lying open at the north entrance, and the contents, over eleven dollars, all gone but a few lonesome looking dimes. Several suspected parties were searched by the officers immediately, but no clue —()p. We.dnPBflay ovoniri!?, Oct. -rfi. a cr.iml toll vrillt'R pivf-n i« Mnnnor- ->— !i.,ii fnr t.hd hfMu'tir. of Martin K.arl,'v?h!> had a, Ictr ftnl olV ori J-'iu'in- day.thB result of a raiinyul accident. Tnoro will be Rood muaif, and every- b.Mly is invited to attend, for the assistance of the poor man. —ThR Second ward base, ball dojfl crossed bats with the E.npirea Saturday, who were strengthened by tho 1'ark Nine Jr. playprs. The score was 14 to 3 in favor of Empire. Charles McPhorran and John Mutachlor were at tha po-nt for the Empires and retired sixteen men on strike outs. Charles' swift curves were to ranch for the Second ward professionals. ' —The skule master, Hesekiah Potts ia having his backwoods aKuls room fixed up some to entertain visitors on the last day. Hesekiah Potts has run a rattling good skule, and his ekollars have lamed considerable. He is a mighty strict master and rules well with hie ponderous cane. The public will have an opportunity to see Master Potts and the Skule at tha Academy of Music on Tuesday evening. The seat sale has been larger than ever known before for a home entertainment. —Among her family relecs, Mrs. Bye has some interesting old books: "The Constitution of the Presbyterian Chnrch In the United States of America, Phila., 1SOO." It has the catechisms, discipline, etc. "An account of the life of that eminent servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson, giving a history of his ministry in England, Ireland, etc., PUila, 1783." He was a Quaker preacher. 'The Traveller, or Meditations on various subjects, written on board a man-of-war, to which is added, Converse with the World Unseen, by J. Melkle* New York, 1813." —The funeral of .Ucob Powell was very largely attended yesterday, there being many hundreds of friends and acquaintances present. The services were conducted by James Deliuchari- anne, Ph. D., a spiritualist speaker of Cnlcago. He advised the friends not to mourn, but to rejoice, as according to the spiritualist belief, Jacob Powell was still with them, having but shaken off the mortal body to enter the hap- >!»,.-..rrfrittin) Bt.ariv. Ills remarks «Cr cu, led nearly twb~houfs In Inngth, during which he argued the doctrines of spiritualism. The singing at the services was very nice.beingby a trio from Franklin Grove, consisting of Mrs. Many Proiiifiit morrow eveniiiEr. The t moililicd and rend'-red funny. 1'rocure tickfln Werntx's. xt han bfi'ti uiin>:in>u«ly Pan! 3 ter's. from -> to iM4 nt (i. L. McCallis- S- t7 Juat received an elegant line of children's Jersey suits, Oettingrr's Double Front Clothing House. 87 tfi McCaliister has all kinds of fall over- coatluga. S71" Gloves and mittena till you c.ui't rest. Oettingor'a Double Front Clothing House. • S7 to Kersey overcoats at McOiilliater's. 87 17 £ Go and see the' improved Burlesque on the "hist day's" exercises and revive your youthful memories. Academy to morrow evening. Fall and lister's. winter suitings at McCa!- 87 U Tho renervi'ii wat r-iiio for 'kuln" will commence on Fr r.ft. S(>pt. -..'Kill, at '•> o'clock, j AVcrnt'/.'s ntorfi. Ut'fifrvf •en'?. Admission "~> c?iit.p, cents. ,"»t Mary Young and Misses Ella and Martha Bill. Nelson Powell, youngest brother of the deceased, from Rochester, : N. Y., arrived on the 4:04 train yesterday. At the services, which were delayed to await his arrival, he addresbed the assembly in words which he said he had been instructed to use by his deceased brother, whom ho said camo to him in spirit form on the cars and kissed him. and spoke to him. Ttie remains were laid away in River- aide cemetery. _ MenoDeTphas moved his tonsorlal furniture from the Bell block to the basement of Lendman's building on 3rd street. He is not absent at any time of the day or evening from his parlor, his meals being taken to him. He is a first class artist, and ensures aatisfactlon to all who give him their patronage. Call on him for a_ nice shave or hair cut. 8 " t2 Flower pots at thu Fair Store from 5 to 20 eta. apiece, _ • 84 10 _ J. E. Phillips & Co have on their floor a fine line of Gold Coin and Riverside li eating stoves. Call and see them and get pi ices. _ 87-t:5 Mr. Goo. PHsterer, baker of Mr. C Eiseie, has leased the building now oc cupied by G. Gassman on Ord street, where his wife, with his assistance, will run a first class restaurant. Mr. Pfister remains with Mr. C. Eiseie, to satisfy all his friends in the line of baking. Take possession first of October, 8846 ' _ . In |order to reduce stock will make special low prices for the next Oo days on dry goods, notions, gloves and holaery etc. Remember this is a bona- fied offer. Am forced to sell the goods to meet my obligations. 88-tO w-1 J. Lendman' The Ilnycr ot a IHa mond Usually feels conlident'of. obtaining a line stone that will fully represent and warrant his outlay. .Such a pur chase can be made of Blossom and on tnrrn:; thill \vl-H- 9t onn> Riirnrinn rityl-'ln ITgnTllie uTiyer; " : SomethloeNlce. If you want to make money read my "ad" in the WEEKLY GAZETTE and Standard. GEO. W. CHAMBELIN. 88-tf _ _____ Stylish and pretty are the black bonnets for little girls to be seen among the novelties at Frey & Davis' 83 13 lnt<-ri(ai« l-;\|m»UI<»n, <'lti<-n;;o, I!!*. On Si-pif-mber 12th. Mth, 21st and :iith, and October :;d, ">th, 12th. I7t!i ind lOtb the C. 15. k Q. H. R. will sell excursion tickets to Chicago at onn iind one-third faro for round trip, plus twenty-live cents for admission ticket, limited, going, to date of aale; return- in-, to and including tbe following Monday. K. W. Blossom baa taken the agency of the "I. O." brand Spectacles and Eyeglasses. These spectacles are different from ordinary, in that the lenses are ground from a French Tinted Crystal that shuts out the chemical at;d heat rays of light, making them very soothing to tltfi eyes, lie sure and try them, see that that trade mark "r. c." is on every lens. 70-d&w I don't employ canvassers !•> sell pianos, organs and sewing machines; BO that the agents commission ia saved to the purchaspr. Call and get prices. James Harden. 84 t(i w tl * p., «a85 4 ° • Call at E. W. Klossom's and get an eye tester free of charge. 70-d&w Chlcneo Kxriowltlon, The Chicago & 'North-Western Rait- way will, on stated dates, sell tickets to Chicago and return on account of tho Exposition, which opens September 4tb, and closes October 10th, at rate of one fare for the round trip, with 25 cents added for admission ticket. For tickets and full Information apply to Agents Chicago & North-western Railway Company. 87-13 PEOPLE'S COLUMN 'See our daisy line of fall hats. Oettinger's Double Front .Clothing House 87 to Nobby suitings ut McCallister'8. 8717 will Insert three lines In this umn on« time lor 10 eenta, or for *n cents a week. Each additional line will b« B couts a siuKlw Insertion, or 15 cents a week. \VABJTKU. AND CLOTH in every style. NEW- Only 10 cents for J lines wider this Heading. . Apply 88l!l W ANTED—A ciiMnet maker, at once. Kt Novelty Iron Works. W ANTED—Kilted! or Uentv women and girls, nttbo Canning Kaclory US 12 W ANTKD-Uoarclera. Apply to or mldress Mr8. K. A. bresliiuer, of Bast ROOK Falls. W ANTED—At once—three whom exclusive territory »lllbe(!lven. Addr? 9 " Muy Bros., Nurserymen, Bouliestcr, N. Y. 8.M8 \\TANTEB-Wlia Kni lliony. by Dr. 1'ttink Au- SB-lSM-tS Our immense stock of fall and winter clothing is ready for your inspection. Oettinger's Double Front Clothing House. 87 to Pants goods at MiCallister's. 87 17 Niagara grapes on exhibition by R. B. Stoddard at \Vm. Wahl's agricultural store. Come and see and sample tiem. __ New goods ' in all the very latest novelties. Hats and bonnets In great variety at Frey & Davis'. 88-13 ron Only 10 cents for 3 lines under this Heading. F oil 8ALK-A desirable residence lot In Uoek Falls. Will tdke KOIH! liorse In imrt nay- nent. J. P. Scott, Hock 1'alls, 111. WMO" has yet been found. —A volume of smoke waa seen to come from the openings of one of John M. Gait's tenement houses on 4th stn et In the rear of the city hall on Saturday about 4:30 o'clock. The fire bell was rung but before the lire department reached the place, which waa in a few minutes, the flainoa were extinguished. A family was moving into the house at the time. The fire started in a cei- riour Cheaper than ever, and feed coming down, at Lewis lleitzel's Feed store.- 87-tO captured off a 0. & N. W. freight train, two runaway boys from Dixon, Charles Murray and Wilbur Merriman, eleven and twelve years old. They got tired of living at liome and were on their way weat to seek their fortunes. A telegram from the parents to the offl- «ers Here put a, stop to their wild plans. They have returned home to continue going to school. —THere was considerable interest manifested at the annual township Sunday school convention held in the Congregation! church yesterday. Tbe program was carried out a* announced. The reports from too schools of this city «oowwJ them to be in a nourishing condition. E, Leltoy Oalt was elected p«*S4eist W& Harry K. Hostettsi wo- rate? fe« the eesutag year, IR TO* larway, where there was a quantity of straw and dry rubbish. It is supposed that the throwing of a piece' of stove pipe upon tho straw caused the combustion, or perhaps a match might have been in the rubbish pile, among the sweepings. —A very large funeral passed through this city yesterday. It was that of the eighteen year old daughter of John Enright, a wealthy farmer residing southeast of Harmon. The young lady bad been attending a party a Dixon over a week ago, and on the way home some one on the back sea of the double rig, spoke to her and a she turned quickly to answer, she burst a blood vessel of the neck. Death followed a few days"after." She was quite well known In this city, and her sad death causes much sorrow among her acquaintances. The burial took place in the Catholic cemetery. —A disastrous wreck occurred on the Nortawestern at Flagg early tbis Fall Woods. I have now my full stock of fall oods, which I will make up at prici B ,hat will suit everybody. g-j t 0 • AUQ. FltANK. Fall anil Winter OvcrcoatB. My stock of fall and winter overcoats Is the largest ever brought to this city and I will make them up at a very low rate of prices. 8710 . AUG. FRANK. Vivo Harvest Kxcnrslons. The Bnrllngton Route, C. B. & Q. R. R. will sell from principal stations on Its lines, on Tuesdays, August Oth and 20th, September 1 Oth and 24th and Oo morning. . The limited passenger, which usually arrives here at 2:22 a, m. was standing on the track at Flagg waiting for a freight train to pass, from the west. The operator was a- aleep, and did not turn the switch, so the freight ran head tlrst into the front end of the passenger. Both engines and several cars in each were badly wrecked. A tramp oa the freight waa killed. The eugin««r »» th « freight, and the newa agent ou tbe passenger were qn«» badly hurt, alao a grave! trsia Urafcernas who was oa the passeu- $ar Adoisact more jwasangaw re ' oeived sligoi lajarlw. I* boat* Co elwit Ute wrwk tober Sth, Harvest Excursion Tickets at Half Rates to points In the Farming Regions of the West, Southwest and Northwest. For tickets and further information concerning these excur slonscall on your nearest C. B. & Q ticket agent or addreas P. S. Bums Uen'l Pass, and Ticket A gent, Chicago jU w3Q t!2 d-ws • tfa.ll and Winter Malls. I &m now readvjo make up fal| and winter suits"at prices that are ver» low for the quality of the goods. 87 to AUG. FHANK. Coffees are highTaud advancing but you can buy a good Rio for 25 cents, choice 30 cents and choice old government Java for 35 eta. or 8 Us for 81.00. L. L. Johnson. ' 87 ~ tf Raised doughnuts can be had fresh from Rosa Hall's delivery wagon every morning. 87 " ts Raised doughnuts can b« had fresh from Ross Hull's delivery wagon every morning- 87 ' 13 "The Great Corn The committees that have in charge the arrangements for the coming Corn Palace at Sioux City, promise a display far exceeding anything of the character heretofore attempted. The Corn Palace tself, built entirely of corn and grain, will fitly illustrate the agricultural re- ources of the vast area of country trlb- itary to Sioux City, and the Interna displays will epitomize the progress and enterpriae of the hosts of earnest work- era who are pushing the development of that favored region in which "Corn s King." To enable all to visit this "Eighth Wonder of the World," the Chicago & No«th-Western Railway will sell .excursion tickets to Sioux City at half rates, or one fare for the round trip. The Corn Paiace will open September 23d, and close October 5th, and during that period numerous special trains will be run for the accommodation of visitors. Tickets and full Information can be obtained on application to agents of the Chicago & North-Western Uailway Company. , ' SM3 F OP. SALE-A. few choice Toliind boar pigs: cueap, K taken soon. At farm «• mj'es east o( Kock Falls. S. T. Shirley. KK1U3-U F OU SALK-Good Iowa, Nebraska Kansas land, stock o( goods. Bustncs* I'laees for salfi and exchange. Krank W. Wal/.er, Academy ot Music, Kooin'4 '"'' F Oll SALE:—A bargain in three liiui residences in 4tu warl Inquire oi 1.1. linslu " Volt UKMT. Only 10 cents for 3 lines 'under this Pleading. P ~ OK 11KNT-A food barn forieiit. Wllll eight horses. Kn-nilre ol Moses Dillon. Will hold >n. 87-12 F OB RENT—Dwtslilnn house, suitable lor one or two families, live block* from 1'. O., witli 5 acres of ground. Apply Ml l r ir»t Avu. 81-tt T lO'hEASE—Power and room for nmnufuctur In* ptiriioses. in the bull.iiug formerly occi.i- nled by Clmreli & Patterson. • •••"•" '• Church, Dulutu, Hinu. KBTS Aildri'SS B. C. rtii-tt IITIINANClAL-Moneytoloan-Sl.SOn at 0 per Jb cent., OQ [arm security. 1. 1. Bush. llocU rails. " *••" Only 10 cents for j lines under this 'Heading. The Dwtriek W ANTJiD-lmmcdiftU'ly • kllcl'ru K 11 ' 1 - *'* ply at Boyiiton house. __'_ •J». ' M*«5 v ,4 ***** TicKets now on sale atG. L. Werntz's store, JDori't fail to Attend-^ AcHdeEQy of Music, Tuesday evening, Sept. 21. 87 t3 Auctioneer. The Dutch and English auctioneer still alive and ready to attend to city and country sales on short notice. Can leave orders at A. R. Hendrlck's Drug Store or at my residence on I3tli avenue north of 4th st. Charges reasonable. Give me a call. 78 37tf D. H. MEYERS, Auct. I have now received a full stock of fail and winter goods, which I am prepared to make up in the latest style and at reasonable ugures. As 1 carry nothing but the bust class of goods in Hae 1 will guarantee to'pteaa* you in quality *»d pti*«- *'•*" ia *" d II wustt 1 aiy w aot tra*. Tailor. Come in and see, We charge no fee. f The largest and richest display, we have ever shown. D AISIED , ,• ,;,,--r*t»y Dlis Raised doughnuts can be had fresh from Ross Hull's delivery wagon every morning. BId» for Sidewalk. The committee on streets and alleys will receive bid» .to build a Trinidaii Asphalt walk on First avenue according t<i ordinance passed by city council for that purpose. I'lans and specl- iSeatloM can be 8i»n at office of City tf up<srlnt«ndei»l of .Streeta. Bids tnuat b«s m by sis o'clocfe, p. m., liisffj Coin, ou v3tre«t« » ,f.' to ._j Choicest Tea Sver Cffore4. ABSOLUTELY PORE. & MOST DET.ICIOC8 BEVEBAGB. T»T FT. Yffa »Ul wtr &s9 &sy other. CsilUy MTM rartfi-i- • It li tha HiuHiwt OIU.PK l.vir. pkS«l from tlio IK-."! i>!(iuia'!..],ojiU'l I iiajuijli'iil ilitcluWy pure snd lr«c Imm tH aJulti r.ui;ais or cAimng asatlcr. Tbe pavkmji'a ai» lierui'stiirallj KAlod »td Vf»rmnti-»t full weight. H u JIIOJOKOO otulcat lu uea lUmi *1» lower gr»<l«e. Orisatal & Occidental T«a Co., Head OtfiM, S3 Hvrliny HUp, ft'«e P. S.»-Our plush garments are all warranted. They'll wear like ol ,1s:,

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