Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on January 14, 1888 · Page 3
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THE EVENING GAZETTE: SATURDAY, JASTTTABY 14 1838. BARGAINS! Cloaks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Blankets, Bed Comfortables, Knit Underwear, Toboggan Caps, Legging, Gloves, Mitten •tl*_ Corsets, Bustles, Evening Gazette. TH» KTBfriNtt GArsrni ciwn b« bad it all ttis newsstands. Price TWO oairrs. SATURDAY, JAN. 14, HM. S6CIETIK»» ASO AMUSEMENTS TO-JflGHT. Knlghta Maccabbees. Michael Strogoff Co. in the Academy. BREVITIES. Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, And many other Goods to be sold very CHEAP FOR CiSH To reduce stock before invoicing. OAIXAWD8F.E. —No change in price of hogs. —Mrs. Dr. J. P. Anthony's condition remains unchanged. —Mrs. Charles Dille'r is confined to her bed by illness, and today is quite sick. —Miss Mary L. Moreland will lead the Gospel Temperance meeting held in the Association Rooms Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. —Thermometef ranged all the way from 8 to 16 degrees below zero at 6 o'clock this morning. "You takes yonr money and you pays your choice." —Chronological: To-day is the anniversary of the treaty of peace of 1783. To-morrow is the anniversary of thb death, of Edward Everett Inl805. —Mrs. Alonzo Wilkinson, who went out to California In order that her daughter's health might be benefitted, returned because she did not find that that climate agreed with her. —Last night a number of the friends of Mr. Bennett, who is in the employ of the Williams & Orton manufacturing Co. made up a party and completely surprised him last night. They had a very pleasant time. —Charles Page, a switchman in the employ of the Northwestern at Sterling, had the flngers of his left hand mashed badly last evening about 6 o'clock while coupling cars. Dr. Frank Anthony removed the first finger near the knuckle. —The Hennepin fellows are talking. One of the Chicago papers says they are talking the scheme to death. But isn't this the way to put It: The thing has been talked to death a long time ago, and the fellows are but pronouncing sermons over the corpse V —What Whiteslde lawyer is it that says Oregon should not have a new court house V One of the Ogle county papers says one of our lawyers so speaks and that he is an old crank, too. Our lawyers are not given to criticising the action of other counties. —The Rock Island train (freight-passenger) leaving here at 3:45 p. m., was partially derailed yesterday evening at Sand Station, three cars having been thrown off by a broken rail. No one was hurt and the train finally got to rights and reached Lyndon at 4 o'clock this morning. —The time is soon coming' when every railroad coach, every steamboat, convention, editor and everybody else will be interviewed aa to Presidential preferences, And after all the interviewing Is done, there is likely to be about as great knowledge as before. We saw a man on a train once, who gave In four different positive preferences upon the same day. —The Sub Rosa Society gave another of ita charming entertainments last evening, which was greatly enjoyed by those present. Not even inclement weather like that of last night could keep the people away from ao attractive a spot. The young Indies who get up these parties deserve great credit for their energy and industry, as well as for the decided taste they display in the management of their parties. —Winnebago county joined with Ogle and Lee in asking the Governor to call an election immediately. Now that It is out he will do so, let it be remembered that a mass'convention is not a lawyers convention, and that it is not likely to be so considered, either. A delegate convention is the only possible fair contention,—the ouly one thai the participants In can show credentials and afford proof that they are attorneys with the power and right to vote, j —A letter from Judge JJalley to H. C. Ward, Esq.; secretary of the Whiteside Bar Association says that he baa arranged with Juoge Grinnell to hold the February term of thejcircult court. Judge Grinnell has won great repute as State's attorney, the Anarchists at Chicago having been convicted during his term as prosecutor of Cook county, and in the brief time ha has held the office of Judge, he has received very favorable mention from attorneys and newspapers for his fairness and his ability as such. —At nine o'clock last night, twa of the cars of conductor Boynton's train, which was on its way to Sterling from Shabbona, were thrown oft the track by a broken rail, at a point one-and-a- half miles east of Stone Station. None of the passengers were seriously hurt. The passsengers got on the engine and were brought up to Sterling. The wrecking train was sent down this morning to place the cars on the track. Mrs. Alonzo Wilkinson, who with her children was returning from California, was, we understand, bruised some what —The Rochelle Register claims that Capt Cartwrtght has a larger support of lawyers than any other candidate. How does the Register count that? Wblteaide has expressed for Mr, C. J. Johnson, Carroll for Mr. Jamea Shaw, Lee for Mr. Barge and Ogle for Mr. CartwrigUt The three upper coun- tlaa properly decline to express a preference properly deciding that the lower oountlt* shall name the man. How, then, we gay, do*a the Register make up ita count for Cartwright? Understand: we are not, iuterr«risi'g; we loare tbe matter to the lawyers to •ait)*; but W9 taetti? auk for inform*- —There Is unnsuM quantity of (mow upon the ground; touch more than usually is seen up to this time of the year. The east and west roads are piled up pretty well from the fields around, while all the roads have plenty t? enable the sleighs to glide along to the merry jingle of the bells, bells- bells. —At the editorial association meet- Ing of Ogle county, held at Rochelle a few days ago, the Herald was for Blaine and Lincoln; Polo Press, Lincoln and Harrison ;Reporter, Blaine and Lincoln; Independent," Cleveland and Black; Register, Harrison and Hawley; Observer, Blaine and Harrison; Herald, (Rochelle) Lincoln and Hawley; Clipper, Allison and Hawley. Ogle county in 1880 was one of the strongholds of the Blaine sentiment. If these papers have etot out among the people, their sentiment aa above would indicate a change in devotion to Blaine to some extent, at least. The Register la our authority for the said preferences as given above. —The Warren Sentinel says: "An onomaly in the publUhing business is, the STERLING GAZETTE is too good to exchange with the Sentinel and the Dlxon Telegraph isn't." Bro. Qann who edits the Sentinel don't know us at all; we're "nmble as Uriah Heep, without his .wicked points. If the Sentinel does'nt get the GAZETTE, it is not our fault. Can it be that the postmaster there, imitating the Freeport postmaster,' declined to deliver it on account of its wrapper? -Probably not; for we must think that only one postmaster in northern Hlinois-would do that. In any event, we send the paper, and are sorry that the Sentinel has been deprived of the good reading to be found in GAZETTE columns. While we have to decline, almost daily to exchange with newspapers at a distance, we have uniforrnely agreed to exchange, when tfie request came from offices situated in any of the four upper tiers of counties of this State. —"If we have the dam real estate will go up, and then -I'll have to pay higher rent," said a merchant to us. And we said: "That's all right: if rents are higher, it will mean big increase of trade and you.can the better afford to pay advanced rents than what you now pay." And then he said: "Yep, and don't you know that then there'll be more stores built and we'll have more competition." "That's all very well," say we, "Competition is the life of trade and more stores will draw customers from longer distances. Besides, you that are here already will have the starts you'll have alLyour old customers and you will get more than your share of the new ones, because the new comers will go to shop with those who have most trade.' 1 And then we proceeded to tell him what a business man who is most prominent in the soliciting of money for the upper dam, told us: He said, Merchants will profit right off by it, because it will give employment to men who must live and they'll have to buy groceries, dry goods, boots, shoes and bats and caps. It will benefit the doctor right off, because people will get sick; and the lawyer because papers must be drawn up. And it will benefit the lumber dealer and the brick maker and the hardware merchant and the stone and brick mason and the plasterer and the carpenter and the painter and the day laborer. Finally, he said, Good gracious I why it will help us all right off, but the merchant more directly and immediately. Talk about high rents; why rents are a sort of business thermometer. If they are high, then business ia brisk; if low, no need for many clerks. As for more merchants; why, of course, with the attraction of other people coming in, of course merchants will come too; but the home man who stays here and attends to bis business will have twenty advantages to the stranger's one. So let all take hold of the dam matter and push it to a successful result." —Amos G. France never enjoyed greater prosperity than she does today, although she has not so many statesmen of ability as in some other eras of her existence. In wealth, however, and in general prosperity, she is on better times than ever before; while in art and literature she is at the zenith of her glory. No nation upon earth can point to so many authors of renown, or to so many in all the varied departments of literature. In romance poetry, philosophy and history she has sons whose fame is coextensive with this planet and her schools of art at Paris attract men from all parts,of the world. In politics her people are fickle, because they have not yet recovered from the degradation of the misrule of the Capets, a line of princes with -despotic tendencies who placed their feet upon the necks of her sons and kept their faces In the dust; but those talents which .lift them, up in manufacturers, merchandise, art and literature to a level with the highest of nations and causes them to excel in many, will in time give them stability in government. Napoleon, greatest if not best man of a thousand years, worshipped France because he saw her glory as only infinite greatness could then see it. From his time until now that empire has been adding laurel unto laurel, fame unto fame and glory unto glory and she is destined despite mutations in government to keep front rank with the great power* in their onward march toward highest civilization and enllghtment, We regret that you should have formed diflerant ideas to these, as to our opinion of that great country. Whas we have said in previous articles that savored of unfavorable criticism, related to that single point In which tb'e is weak, viz., the volatility of her people, particularly in governmental affairs. In Nitpoleou'* day the French were great, for great aa he was, not e»en he could have fought »ue«*»»fuUy nil civilization for a seoiv of yvu* except b« b*4 * &*Uau of wUbhim. —This -weathee is bad on the rails of railroads. Broken ones are heard of all around. —There la a goodly number of farmers in town, deopite the snow. Sleigh- Ing is good. —We hope the next editorial meeting will be held at Fulton. Next time well all try to be there, sure. —Sterling Branch Teachers' Institute la in session in the Wallace school building as we po to press. Movements ot Population. DEPARTURES. Mr. Horace Diller for Lyons, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Parker, and Miss Stella Parker for Rock Island. ARRIVALS. Mr. Alfred Sleep is among friends. Mr. Gilford Booth, of the Journa office, is in Sterling. Dr. Patterson, a distinguished physician and surgeon of Philadelphia, is in the city, the guest of his friend, Dr. H. A. Boorse, who was his student for two years. He is an expert specialist of catarrh and rheumatism, having made it a special study during the past fifteen years. The Turner Society will give a grand masquerade ball In Mtennerchor hall January 16, next. .Costumes can be procured at the hall. !<3 The Boston Store has one of the finest and best stocks of gords in the city—everything in the .dry goods line at lowest prices. 83 Choice A few of the choice bargains in the hands of F. B. Hubbard; 20 acres near Sterling with good two story house, stable, &c., for rent cheap. Also 2% acres bordering on the city with coa» fortable building to trade for Kansas or Nebraska lands. Good chances for vegitable gardens. 88 The Boston Store has some special bargains it is offering for a few days. Call and see what they are. It will pay you to do so. 82 F. JU Yonnff. Proposes to raffle his horse Capoul, Jr. Tickets, which are 82 each, can be had at M. P. Maas', John Lawrie's, the Gait House, and Henry Stein's in Sterling and Chut Wells in Morrison. The drawing will take place at M. P. Maas' Wednesday, Feb. 22. __ 84 ~""A'nyoiie"who" is affected with Tetter, Salt Rheum or any itching or smarting skin disease. sh<mld tjy Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. They will certainly never regret it. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction if sold by Strlckler & Boorsfl. tf A choice farm in Iowa with 100 acres nuder cultivation, house, stable, orchard, two wells, grove of timber on it, granary, corn cribs and small fruits &c., to sell very cheap. This is a rare chance with small capital. 80 A conflict for possession. When your system becomes disordered do not let disease take possession. Take St. Patrick's Pills at once. They act promptly, cure costiveness and billons disorders. They ward off disease and tone up the whole system. Strickler & Boorse. tf Wheat flour for pancakes at 81.25 per hundred pounds. Sterling Mill Co tf To Trade. A well improved farm in Whiteslde Co. of 140 acres to trade for Neb.—or Kansas lands. Strike quick If you want it, It is desirable. tf F. B.HUBBAHD. A 50 cent bottle of Dr. Bigelow's Positive Cure will promptly and thoroughly cure the worst case of recent cough, cold or throat or lung trouble. Buy the dollar bottle for chronic cases Pleasant to .take. For sale by O. A. Oliver. Wheat dour for pancakes at just one quarter the price of Buckwheat at the Sterling Mill Co. tt The "C. H. S." is the finest 10 cent cigar on the market. The "Velvet" and 07 for a 5 cent smoke can't be beat. First class dealers, C. H. Seloff, manufacturer, tf A large stock of watches, clocks and silverware at Clark Giddlngs & Go's. Also they do fine watch repairing, tf James M. Fitzgerald's Restaurant. Meals at all hours; oysters in every style. Prices very reasonable. Under Reefer's drug store, corner 3rd and Locust streets. tf The Boston Store is the place to go to in all seasons; for it keeps all goods IB season,and has no old stock to oiler. Each season brings its new goods. 83 PEOPLE'S COLUMN, ^T Wo will Insert three lines In this col-"«I umn one time for 10 cents, or for 40 cents a week. Kach additional line will be.6 cents a single Insertion, or 15 cent* a week. FOB BKKT. M Y residence No 1106, Second avenue. Mr». J. F. Winters. 83» LJEHIDKNCE of E. W. Edson and the store JtV room under Farwell Hall. Apply to J. A. McCune. tf D WELLING house, corner Gth Ave. and 4th St. Apply to Mrs. M. H.Krelder. tf D ON'T sleeo out of doors when you can get a comfortable house for Irom six to seven dollars per mouth, of F. B. Hubbard. tt O FFICES for rent In Bell block, being desirable, and finished In elegant shape. Apply to J. H. bell & Bon. U FOll BACK. A CHAKCEtomake money. J. A. Bartlett offers one or both of hla billiard parlors fur sale at a bargain. • tf I OFFER for sale my entire stock of goods, with Us good will, on reasonable terms. 0. A. Sheets, successor to Martin & KInUle. U Sterling, Ills., Dec. 17, 1887. / \ OOI> light bob-aled -nd a democrat wagon, VT Enquire at this office tf A LE Brewery and fixtures for sale. George E. Rogers, Sterling, Ilia.. Address, U WAJSTED. A YOUNG Nurse girl, at 902 West Third street. U John A Watson, the broom maker, being unable to deliver brooms to his old customers at present, wishes tp inform them and the public generally, that a full stock of bis brooms can be found at Reed & Son's Feed store on Second avenue. ^ 83* Two small houses for rent desirably located for business in the city. One two story house with two lots, fruit, barn, coal houses and very cheap. If you want to buy or rent come when property is left for sale or rent F. B. Hubbard, opposite Mannercboer Hall, Sterling Illinois. 80 If your overshoes or rubbers wear thin at the heel, get a pair of plates put on at P. J. Unkel's. tf Dr. I. Bader, of Fulton, Kan., says: "I have been.practicing medicine for 47 years. Many times I have prescribed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and 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. 60 cents per bottle. Sold by Strlckler & Boorse. tf I; POINTER FOR THE SKATES! SKATES! SKATES! Bee the new Co. tf ad of N. Carpenter & Btockholdcr'a Meeting. ' The annual meeting of the Sterling Hydraulic Company will be held at the office of B. Champion, Sterling, 111., on Saturday, January Hth, 1888, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. JAMES F. PLATT, Sec. Sterling, 111., Jan. 4th, 1888. 82 Winter Carnival and Ice Palace at St. Paul, 1888 Jan. 24, to Feb. 2, inclusive, the C. B. & Q. R. B. Co. will sell round trip tickets to St. Paul for 89.78. Limited one day going and returning up to and including Eeb. 5,1888. 82 WILD WAVES ARE SAYING, AND IT IN YOUR HAT, iriii.it, THAT -FOE— —AT- Fuller's Book Store, Will ftl-wftya Find the Cheteeut Brand* of £8,11 Cl CIGARS TOBACCOS JNO. P. LAWRIE'S. I am Prepare* to Farms, City Property ^Personal Property an Stocksof goods For other Propertj GEO. W. HOOM 8, ACADEMY OF MUSIC, COoo open ersnlnts. /Come Down After SB', per and Mlt bythe Ope_ Urate and let n« Talk Bnolneac. B fi 9 a Q 3 COCHR&N SELLS THE BEST CIGARS —FOB THE— LEAST MONEY All Grades of AT LOWEST RATES. CUTLERY, HARDWARE & STOVES, At my new store on Third street, opposite Jacob Klale's Merchant Taltorlmg establishment Lewis D. Wynn. CUT HA.TJESI -ON(pianos and Organs !! CNTIL AFTER THE Notwithstanding Their (Rousing" Holiday Trade Have Still A Fair Assortment CLOAKS& MUFFS STAPLE | FANCY ' 3)<RY GOGfiS At their Usual (Reasonable Prices. This is good advice and we charge nothing for it. Perhaps you may wish to know how to ao so, and it is easy for me to tell yon. The first move^to make is to buy your goodsjot • GROCERY Yon will then know that you are getting them at the lowest possible figure. Those who have traded with ns in the past know this well, and we want others to know it. We are selling just now a first-class Pay Your Taxes. Tax books for Sterling, township ar« now open at Sterling National Bank. Parties are requested to pay their personal taxes on or before Feb. 20th. WM. A. CONNELLY, dwtf Collector. Thirty-five cents for twenty-five pounds of Pancake flour at the Sterling Mill Co. U BIc Ktoek; Holt Favorable Term*. WBBNTZ CO., (GaltllJouse Bloc*,) Come one, come all. This rockshallflea From its firm base As soon as we. WRIGHT & WILLIAMS, PLIMRis GAS FITTERS Jobbing aud BepalrUuc JP*«»»ptljr Attended ts. At a lower figure than they were ever sold before, and they are go- i g off fast This is rather a new departure for ns, bn v- always intend to keep up witli -o demands and requirements of • •. customers. In adding this new 1 - "ire we hare not neglected, 'nor dr TO intend to, any other part of our i tidiness. Wo 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 we buy many of our goods directly from first hands thus saving th« profit made by the jobber. Dealers In Lead and Wrought Iron Pipe, Wood and Iron Pumps, of all Klud, Hose, Packing, Bieam and water Qu&ges, Valve*, Fittings, Hewer ftpc, &c. ElUmates made ou Plumbing, 8teaa> * Qa> Job* •Call on P. T. Vanllorne for plans and specifications for all kinds of buildings and cut of same. tf Hot-lee. All members of Uosu No. 3 are requested to meat at tU« Firemeo'* room ou Tuesday eveniuft at 7:30 sharp. Boainew of Utponaoe*. Jo*. Butts* «4 C. F. O. Mr. B. F. WILLIAMS. •nierly with Wm. McCuno & Co.. Utistuij to wood ana Iron pump setting and npaiiloi. Mr. E. M. WRIGHT, Former!} wllii tt» Sterling Water -Jc., glvm ht» penonoT atwutlou to all pliuubiag, §t<wua ami aim LA «ttb ttw> Utww d«itguj la . gland wul Uriu-irfi Lou>p«. Burner*, ctiuuu«j», fee. i'ru'as la mil UHI Uuus»- (all ked *** Uttle UUtit tun? uut Kurefca (*ucl« VKtm xi wwt*Q<#4. Yvut 'Xf.'M THE URLY BIRD HATCHES THE T&Y THE BEE HIVE Aud see if what is said htre> ii not absolutely correaL g=* Farmeis, don't for- all a BOB SLED. BEE HIVE U* * 84 0*4 *Sfe ***,

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