Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on January 7, 1888 · Page 3
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THE EVEETITG GAZETTE: SATURDAY, JA1HJAEY 7 1888. BARGAINS! Cloaks, Shawls, »*» *% «** »'« »*• »», Dress Goods, Blankets, Bed Comfortables, Knit Underwear, Toboggan Caps, , Leggins, Hosiery, Gloves, Mitten „% ««* „•* *.» Corsets, Bustles, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, And many other Goods to be sold very CHEAP FOR CiSH To reduce stock before invoicing. GALL AND SEE. Evening Gazette THB Brims n GAZHTTR can be had at all th newintsnd.1. Price TWO CH?rrn. SATURDAY. JAN. 7. 18P8. AltO AMUNEMF.XTS TO-!VI«HT. Select Knights of A. O. U. W. instal latlon of ofilcera. BI'IRTITIF.M. —Hoga unchanged. —Cloudy weather continues. "~ —Ralph Church gave a party to hla friends Thursday night. —Mr. Z. T. Gait, who had been im proving somewhat, ia worse today. —lion. James Shaw has been In dorsed for judge by the lawyers of bin county. —Things are lively at Sterling today a good many .farmers in town; trade active. ^—Several of the Sons of Veterans went to Dixon last night to aid in in stalling the officers of that post. —Mr. John Metzler gave a party last night to a number of his friends at the residence of Mr. W. £1. Miller. —To-night at the 4th street M. E church F. E. Andrews and Dr. Felker will speak In regard to "l j rayers for the Nations." —The rye fields are still covered with snow; so that thg thawing and freezing of the past few days has not affected it injuriously. —Most of the Protestant churches will continue their evening services, which have been conducted through this week, throughout next week. —The committee on the school exposition of Whiteside county, has beep around soliciting premiums to be of- 'ered as prizes to contestants at the exposition in April next. —There was a change in the weather ast night, and the thermometer drop ped down agreeably to the promise of rhe weather bureau, say, somewhere about 8 to 12 degrees above zero. —How about John Dillon V IB he to come or not to c 'me V And if not to some what is the matter with John? there was some disappointment among admirers of Dillon over his non-appearance. r \ _—AlL-through this region the pro- ess of dehorning . cattle is going on and the hornless cow is the neat's foot animal of the future. Despite all that has been said of its cruelty, or any- hing else, it ia growing in favor am'ong cattle growers constantly. —The editor returns sincere thanks o the friend at Erie, at Rock Falls and iterling for their warm letters of con- ratulation and endorsement of the GAZETTE. This paper will endeavor .0 merit favor by honest, faithful work.. rVe should be callous indeed if our ieart did not quicken at expressions of ;ind words from true friends. —It is suggested to us that when our am is built, thera will be excellent avigatton between here and Dixon. Vhen that time comes, as soon it will, ur brother Shaw can join us in sailing he raging main and learn with us the mystic craft of a seaman. Steam- oats may freely ply between and com- etition be so active that editors; at east, can. ride dead head. —There is considerable flutter of leasurable excitement among many oung ladies and gentlemen of Sterling ver the approaching leap year party to e held in Masonic Temple next Monay night. The novelty of its being otten up and managed entirely by thi air sex, and that they are to be the es- orts and entertainers but add to the ntereat of the coming occasion. —The Q. morning train in from Rock aland still keeps up a good passenger ratJBc. There were some, who feared hat the good business shown'at first ould only keep up BO long as the nov- Ity continued; but, people have learn- d the advantage of dealing here, and hey like to come here. It is probable nd moat likely that the traffic will ontlnue to get better and better. < —This year there are to be elected in his county a State's attorney, superin- tindent of schools and circuit clerk, besides these, there ~are to be elected n general election, a president, vice resident, governor, lieutenant govern- r. secretary of State, State treasurer, tate auditor and attorney general. All f these are to be elected on the first 'hursday in November. This Is in re- ponse to a query. An election also akea place for supreme court judge in one. . —The Telegraph thinks we were in- .erferlug with the lawyers' prerogative •hen we objected to a mass conven- on to nominate a judge. Not a bit fit; our objection grew out of the act that we thought there might be oo much railroad and too little law- er in the business. But we have one with the judge questiqh, Bro. haw. The postponement appears to ave taken the matter out of.the hands f lawyers, editors, railroads and every- ody else except the politicians. —There will be a conference of National Prohibitionists about the 4th f February, to last two days, somewhere in Whitesite county; that is to ay, either at Morrison or Sterling. Jembers of the party here are seeking to have it located at Sterling. The members at Sterling are anxious to ave It here because Sterling is the xmvenient point of the county for the greatest number, and they alao are im- iued with the praiseworthy motive of jenefltting their city by bringing people here from the various portions of he county and State, realizing that ny gathering brought to Sterling eaves money here. They likewise feel hat tt ere would be better show of hav- ng larger attendance because of the reater population of our city many of whom doubtleaa will turn out to hear what la Wild. —Bock Hivcr Lodge, No. -612,--An oient Free and Accepted Masons, in stalled officers for the ensuing year a their regular communication las evening, as follows: V. S. Ferguson Worshipful Master; G. E. Wilson, Sen lor Warden; Frank Anthony, Junto Warden; Rev. A. A. Joss, Chaplain; D B. Hootlander, Secretary; Elmer Craw ford, Treasurer: E A. Emmons, Senio Deacon; H. C.Howe, Junior Deacon R. G. Swartout and Jacob Eisele, Stew ards; F. G. Mason, Organist; Wm. Mur ray, Tyler. —At at regular conclave of Sterling Commandery v No. 57, Knights Templar, Tuesday, Jan. 8d, the following named officers were installed to serve during the coming year: Wm. A. McCune, Eminent Commander; r. M Worthington, Generalissimo; C. L Sheldon, Captain General; Rev. A. A, Joss, Prelate; T. W. B ckwlth, Senior Warden; T. S. McKinney, Junior Warden; II. S. Street, Treasurer; J. W.Niles Recorder; C. W. VanVleit, Standard Bearer; T. O. Wolfe, Sword Bearer; E, W. Blossom, Warder; L. E. Allen, Captain of the Guard; F. G. Mason Organist. —The annual meeting of Sterling Chapter, No. 67. Royal Arch Masons, was held Wednesday evening. January 4th; at which time the following named officers were installed for 1888: C. M. Worthington, Most Excellent High Priest;' J. F. Platt, Excellent King; C. A. Lehman, Excellent Scribe; W. A. McCune, Captain of the Host; H. C. Ward, Principal Sojourner; J. M. Martin, Royal Arch Captain; R. G. Swartout, Maater Third Veil; D. B. Hoat- ander, Master Second Veil; Elmer Crawford, Maater First Veil; T. S. McKinney, Treasurer; J. W. Nilea, Secre ;ary; Rev. A. A. Joaa, Chaplain; Wm. Murray, Tyler. —Neyer have we lost faith in Ster- ing'a future. Its natural advantages and its superior location persuaded us aa early as January, 1873, when passing through here on a visit, that it had a uture bright and promising. On that single trip we passed through seventeen States, with eyes op&n, looking for a location. In all our journey we never saw.a place that seemed to ua to com bine ao many natural advantages, and when we came here in November, 1870, t was with implicit confidence that it would demand only reasonable time 'or it to take its place among cities of 20,000 or upward. It is settled by people who are thrifty and enterprising- t only needed -time for them to got ahead in money matters in order to ombine to the common good. " The .am is but the beginning of good hings; that will be followed by hosts f other blessings. In all the hours ince 1870, whether business was active T depressed, we saw by prevision the days of prosperity, and when a friend idiculed some prediction of ours as to uture prosperity, we smiled inwardly, and paid to ouraelf, "Friend, you are oo near-sighted." Given climate, soil, iverand a big water tall (two in our ase) and enterprising people and pros- >erity ia certain. It doea not demand ift of prophecy to know this; it is only needful to look about and compare and eaaon. 'Rah for Sterling. That dam money will be raised, the dam ue built, nd the Spring will open with the work pon that dam. —He came into our office this morn- ng chewing vigorously and about the rst words he said were, "Where'syour pittoon?" Being accommodated, he rew a chair close by us and began con dentially; "Did you ever swear off on he 1st of January ? No ? Well there was lots of fun in it, at first. I felt as ig a man as Blalne or Cleveland Sun- ay morning when I went to church, ot having tasted tobacco since I had ot up. Through the sermon, I kept aying to myself, I don't need to go to hurch; a man who can leave off tobac- o after using it for-twenty years, can et along without saying his prayers or stenlng to.sermons, I got along pret- y well until I had, eaten my dinner when I ran my hand down in my pock- t and found no tobacco there and I wanted it worst kind. Towards night got nervous and took a long walk; idn't eat any supper because I knew le appetite would be stronger on a full tomach. I managed to sleep fairly ell that night, but, bless your heart, I eedn't go through every hour of the ime. The next day I began to grow roas at my place of business and at ome, too. Monday night I slept but ttle; Tuesday night hardly'closed my yes and kept wife awake with myroll- ng and tossing. Wednesday I was ear to getting Into two ; fights down own because of my nervoua depression nd there waa no living at home for me. Thursday night I had "sasaea" em around home so much that just be- ore going to bed, my wife, who isn't a it sarcastic, but just the best and qui- test woman going, said, there are some hings In the world worse than amok- ng and chewing. I held out until yes- rday afternoon; fact, truly. But af- er dinner my nerve gave out ai,d I had rgued myaelf into the position that If had stood the poison a score of years 'd as well risk it a little longer, and so n sheer desperation, I plunged Into a igar store and bought a good supply f smoking and chewing goods. The ellow waiting on me didn't know how ear he was to getting a blow right be- ween the eyes for being so slow in waiting on me, although he did observe how I snapped out 'No, when he aaked if he should wrap them up. I almost jerked out two teeth in biting >ff a chew; and let me tell you this, 1 may get to heaven; but if I do, I know '11 never be as happy as 1 waa for the next ten minutes. And much as I suf- 'ered while not using it, I declare I was 'ully repaid In the extra and added >leaaure I've experlnnced ever since, the old lady waa never before rtcou- lied to my UBlDg it, but she'd «ays she rather I'd use a pouud a day than stop t again." The Tax Books for Sterling are now open in the Sterling Nationa Bank. W. A. COJTNELLY, dwtf TAX COLLECTOR. Any one who is affected with Tetter, Salt Rheum or any itching or smarting skin disease ahonld try Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment They will certainly .never regret it. II is guaranteed to give satisfaction if aold by Strlckler & Boorse. tf J. P. McWilliams will have a public sale of stock, farming implementa, household furniture, etc., at his residence two miles south of Harmon, on Wednesday, January llth. 70 The "C. II. *." is the finest 10 cent cigar on the market. The "Velvet" and 97 for a 5 cent smoke can't be beat First class dealera, C. H. Seloff, manufacturer, tf A large stock of watches, clocks and silverware at Clark Giddings & Co's. Also they do fine watch repairing, tf Notice. The annual meeting of stockholders of the Sterling National Bank Sterling, Ills., will be held at their Banking House on Tuesday the 10th day of January, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the election of directora for.the enaue- Ing year; and the transaction of other legitimate buainess. 78 J. H. LAWRKNCE, Cashier. Sterling, Dec. 21,1887. The Boston Store keeps in stock all ;he year round a large and full stock of all kinds of "gooda in its line. Its dress goods are in latest designs, and ao all Its gooda are fresh and recently purchased. It carries over no old roods and it sells at the lowest possible prices. 70 James M. Fitzgerald's Restaurant, ileals at all hours; oysters in every style. Prices very reasonable. Under Reefer's drug store, corner 3rd and Locust streets. tf Akron Granulated Corn Meal at Turn- jleson's. 70 Dr. I. Rader, of Fulton, Kan., says: 'I have been practicing medicine for 47 years. Many times" I have pre- acribed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ind do not believe it has an equal in the market.', It is a certain cure for coughs, colds and hoarseness. It is a splendid expectorant. It contains no opium, chloroform or any Injurious, substance. 50 cents per bottle." Sold by Strickler & Boorse. tf Michael StrogolT's Carnival Company with its magnificent scenery and illua- ration will exhibit at the Academy of Muaic January 14,1888. 70 A conflict for poasession. When our system becomes disordered do not et disease take possession. ' Take St. Patrick's Pills at. once. They act >romptly, cure costiveneaa and bilioua disorders. They ward off disease and one up the whole system. Strickler Boorse. tf • Michael Strogoff Jan. 14,1888. 70 Regular meetings of the S, K. A. O. J. W. has been 'changed from the First and Third Wednesday of each month to the First and Third Satur- ay. ' 70 The Boston Store atill leads in low 'rices. It cannot be undersold be- ause it buys at 'best advantage and ells at small profits which It is able, to .0 by managing economically. Dry ;oods of all kinds,—laces, dress goods, gloves, etc., on hand. 70 Now is the time to get a pair of heel ilates put on your rubbers or overshoes a keep you from slipping and wear- ng off at the heel. P. J. Unkel. tf Saturday night, January 14, 1888 Michael Strogoff a Co. will be at the Academy of Music. ° 70 Wheat flour for pancakes at 81.25 per hundred pounds. Sterling Mill Co tf Two-thirds of rubbers and over- hoes wear through at the heel first. A alr of heel plates put on by P. J. Un- Kel will prevent that and wear twice aa long. To Trade. A well improved farm in Whiteside 3o. of 140 acres to trade for Neb.—or Kansas lands. Strike quick if you want it, It is desirable. tf . F. B. HUBBABD. There are nineteen metals more valuable than gold, but no remedy which will compare with Biglow's Positive tare for coughs and colds. A prompt .nd pleasant'cure for all throat and ung troubles. 130 cents and 81. For ale by O. A. Oliver & Co. MICHAEL BTIlOOOFF't* GREAT KECOB1>. A Play;wlth a Illatory Unequaled In Dramatic Annali. Michael Strogoff has .a record un- qualed by any similar play known In .ramatic history. No dram a was ever o universally endorsed in so many dif- ereut countries. It was originally pro- uced in the French language at the "heater du Chatelet, Paris, and ran here continuously for 700 performances,—nearly two years. In the meantime a translation of the great lay was made into the English language, and this was produced at the amoua Adelphi Theater, London. Here it, ran steadily for nearly one ear. Theft the late Samuel Colvllle. . H. IIave*JjL.«nd Eugene Tompkins bought the Englisk version for America. Colville made money with it and io did Haverly. Recognizing the great itrength of the play, the strong hold it md upon the masses of the people, and the great possibilities for spectacular display, Mr. Charles L. Andrews purchased the piece and all Its American rights. It will thus be seen that Manager Andrews has the original and ouly authorized version of this truly Brand RuaaUn drama. ThU U the third season of tha play tn thU country under his laaaagenwmk 70 Mharrholder's meeting;. Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the shareholders of the First Nat ional bank of Sterling will be held a the office of said bank on Tuesday the 10th day of January next at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of electing a board of Directora for the ensuing yea- and transacting such other business as may properly come before them. 78 W. A. SANBORN, Cashier. Wheat flour for pancakes at juat one quarter the price of (Buckwheat at the Sterling Mill Co. tf PEOPLE'S COLUMN, will Insert three lines In thin col--^H umn one time for 10 eents, or for 40 cents a week. Kacli additional line will be S cents a single Insertion, or 15 cents a week. FOR KENT. R ESIDENCE of E. W. Edson and the store room under'Fanvell Hall. Apply to J. A. McCune. « D WELLING house, corner 5th Ave. and 4th St. Apply to Mrs. M. U. Krelder. tf D ONT sleep out of doors when you can get a comfortable boiuu for from six to seven dollars per month, of F. B. Huubard. tf O FFICES torrent In Hell block, being deslr- . able, and finished In elegant shape. Apply M J. K. Bell & Hon. tf FOR MALK. No. 1 Incubator. Enquire at Tumbleson's. TT A CHANCE to make money. J. A. Bartlett offers one or both of his billiard parlors for sale at s bargain. tf I OFFER for sale my entire stock of goods, with Its good will, on reasonable terms. C. A. Sheets, successor to Martin & Klntzle. tf Sterling, Ills., Dec. 17,1887. /-OOD light bob-sled »nd a democrat wagon. VJ Enquire at this office tf A LE Brewery and fixtures for sale. George E. Rogers, Sterling, Ills. Address, tf WASTED. S ITUATION In private family to do general housework. Address Bertha McKenzlo, Ilty. 76« S ITUATION as housekeeper by experienced young lady. Address, Clara Altman, Morrison, Ills. •—• • tf SECOND hand letter press. Addrf ss X, Q» .3 zette ofllce. tf AI'CIMIB FOR THE BOYS!! SKATES! SKATES! SKATES! CUTLERY, HARDWARE & STOVES, At my new store on Third street, opposite J&ob Elale's Merchant Tailoring establishment. Lewis D. Wynn. CUT RA.1\ES! -.ON- • (pianos and Organs ! ! UNTIL AFTER THE Bl( Stock; Host Favorable Tei WEBNTZ CO., (GaltfUouse Block,) WRIGHT & WILLIAMS, PMHBEBS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS. Jobbing and Bepalrlnjc Prompt!]' Attended to. Dealers In Lead and Wrought Iron Pipe, Wood .nd Iron Pumps, of all kind. Hose, Packing, m and Water Giiages, Valves, Fittings, >team BewerHpe.fcc. Estimates made on Plumbing, Steam & Gas Jobs Mr, B, F, WILLIAMS, 'ormerly with Wm. McCune & Co.. attends to wood and Iron puuip setting and repairing. Mr. E, M, WRIGHT,' Formerly with the Sterling Water Co., give personal attention to all plumbing, steam ;oa contracts. OUR I.AMP PAJUACK s complete with the latest designs In Hanging Itand and Bracket Lamps, Burners, Chlrautrs So. Prices to suit the times. Call and tee our Little Giant Lamp and Eureka S:ifetv Valve. All work warranted. Your orders solicited. Telephone »l. Ualt House Block. ives his and INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. AGENT* JFOB THE ILKADINQ SUBJUKCK1CO1S. O TJ fit ZEd FurBreot; Western land rBoutawwtcra Finn Property, Improved and Unuuprored (or wle. HUNK V TO IX>AM.;uikJl Md EDWARD C. UNDERWOOD. Kaon 2. Aettlaasy Witate Building, optwalujOajj , llie, THE WILD WAVES ARE SATING, AND PASTE IT IN YOUR HAT, •» SlfoTER, THAT COCHRA1T SELLS THE BEST CIGARS —FOR THE— LEAST MONEY Notwithstanding • Their (Rousing . Holiday Trade Have Still i A Fair Assortment of 1LOAKS& MUFFS 'TAPLE FANCY At their Usual (Reasonable Prices. Come one, come all. This rock shall flea From its firm base As soon as we. THE URLY BIRD KATCHES THE WURM. -FOB— —AT- Fuller's Book Store, Will alwuj-H Find the Cholecnt Brands of CIGARS and TOBACCOS JNO. P. LAWRIE'S. Farms, City Property ^Personal Property an Stocksof good a For other Property >>£. QF.O. W. CHAJKBKBLIX.t BOOM 8, ACADEMY OF MUSIC, open evenings. /Come Down After Bnn-\ per and 8lt bj-the On«* Wrmtc and let un Talk MuBliteCB. C/l AH Grades of Tobacco AT LOWEST RATES. This is good advice and we charge nothing for fl it. Perhaps r ou may wish to know how to ao o, and it is easy for me to tell yon. The first move to make is to buy ~onr goods ot GROCERY You will then know that you are jetting them at the lowest possible ijfure. Those who have traded with us in the past know this well, ,nd we want i others to know it. iVe are selling just now a first-class At a lower figure than they were ever sold before, and they are go- g off fast This U rather a new departure for us", bn' v- always intend to keep up with -o demands ind requirements of r:: customers, in adding this newtr>-'—,re we have not'neglected, nor dr vro intend to, any other part of our i vcjness. We are selling groceries of all kinds a LITTLE LOWER Than they can be had elsewhere. We can and do do this,. and the why and wherefore of this is that «re buy many of our goods directly rom first hands thus saving the srofit made by the jobber. TRY THE BEE HIVE e&if what is said her* is not absolutely correct. Farmeis, don't fort, we want to sell you all a BOB SLED, BEE HIVE GftGGEflY,

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