Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on January 20, 1888 · Page 3
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THE EVENING GAZETTE:"FRIDAY, JAOTAEY 20, 1888. BARGAINS! Cloaks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Blankets, Bed Comfortables, Knit Underwear, Toboggan Caps, Leg-gins, Hosiery, Gloves, Mitten Corsets, Bustles, Evening Gazette. Tun Kv«5fn?o OArBTTS can be hsd st all the newtntsnds. Frlcerwo OSNTII. FniDAY. JAN. W. IM7. Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, And many other Goods to be sold very CHEAP FOR GUSH To reduce stock before invoicing. O ALL AWD SEE. 8OC1KTIF.8 AMD AMC»EMF.NT» TO-SI«HT. Regular meeting of U'nlon Lodge No 3. A. O.U. W. at 7:50 o'clock. Rock River Lodge No. 012, A. F. A A. M. Work. Third. BBKVITJES. —The thermometer ranged all the way from 2 to 10 below early this mom- log. —Chronological: Today la the anniversary of the recognition of the United States, In 1783. —There was a leap-year at Mr. and Mrs. Anson Thummel's.of Pralrlevllle, last night, given by his daughters. —The second party of the Sterling Pleasure club will be held at the Qalt House-Wednesday evening, January 25th. —Lee county has a postofflce named Early Dawn. Samuel (luthrie has Just been appointed postmaster. Early dawn Is a very early beginning. —Mrs. W. W. O'Kane received this morning through A. N. Kelvin, 82,000 insurance, the amount the husband of Mrs. O'Kana held in the Modern Woodmen Society. —Mrs. Alexander, mother of John W. Alexander, and well advanced in years, was taken suddenly ill at 10 o'clock last night, and this morning Is not expected to live. —Last evening John McManus'team broke lose from a hitching post on Third street and started on a big, rapid run down Third street. Several persons and teams narrowly missed colliding with the runaways. —Harry Beeson, 0 year old son of Mrs. Beeson, while hanging on a bobsled yesterday afternoon, was pushed on* by a-companion and was run over by the sled, injuring his knee severely and laying him up for awhile. —A young gentleman took a young lady out sleigh riding last night and stopped with her to pay a call at the house of a mutual friend. When they £ame_out, _the.. horse and cutter were gone, and they bad to get home as best they could without the conveyance. —A large number of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Fischer, of Prairieville, made up a party Wednesday night and called in a body at their home, completely surprising and greatly pleasing them by this exhibition of friendly regard, —If we were a school teacher we should vigorously protest against- being called professor, first, because we were not entitled to it and secondly because it is now largely usurped by aeronauts, patent-medicine vendors, leeches, and an infinite number of peripatetic humbugs. —Mr. Abe Caughey caught a team of bay horses on East 6th street early thla morning. - They had on their harness, and looked as though they had been travelling all night. The traces were tied, but the bridles were broken and appeared &a though they had gotten away after being unhitched. He left them at Miller & Go's stables. '—The announcement that a bagging mill Is to be started at Dixon, la premature. There has been talk and lots of it; so there has been about that dam at government expense when the Hennepin goes- that way. We wish there was something to It, for our neighbor's sake; but there Isn't. Ben Shaw says BO, and he knows.^ • • " , —Mr. T. S. Beach, from Dakota. He was up there in all that famous blizzard. At Hitchcock, he had but eighty feet to go to reach his hotel,, yet, although he buttoned up both coats closely, he found aimself not only chilled through, but also that the driving wind bad forced the snow Into his under clothing. Heia not fond of weather with such blowing tendencies. —This morning aoout 6 o'clock, a targe, comfortably dressed farmer (at least he said was) entered the house of Mr, Kneller and made himself completely at home by.,the fire. About two hours afterward Marshal Fitzgerald passing by was called In, and found the man pulling oft hia shoes preparatory to lying down. The marshal found the gentleman difficult of interview, and so told him to "git." He got. —The Dixon Telegraph is 1 'our authority for the statement that Mrs. Judge Eustace has a claim to a considerable part of the land upon which the city of Amboy now stands; also an interest in the site of the Nachusa House. It ia reported that she will press her claims. It is said that Judge Eustace once owned this Amboy property and that it was taken from him unjustly, —The Telegraph is assured that our citizens are Lot afraid of our city run- nog too near Dixon; on the contrary, we are looking to a time when our corporate limits shall run so close to that place, that Dixon will ask to be annexed that she may form part, small though It may be of our then great municipality. However the upper dam is -well •within our present corporate limits. Sterling's area Is very considerable, already. —Mr. Frank Bunn, who has, for the past two years, been the agent for .the Charter engine in New York, has received an appointment in the Union Pacific railroad service, which calU him to Sacramento. This appointment ia more directly In the line of his own profession, and he receives a very lucrative salary. For Frank's take, and fov Uli mother and father's, as well, woo have labored no earnestly to train him to proper manhood and have so well succeeded, Ui* GAZJCTTS it p!ea*&d to ia*m «f hi* t arUmr —We gympathlxs with our Dixon neighbors In their IOBB by fire last night. There being BO little insurance, the loss Is the more grievous. —Let all look to the near future, as one of certain blessing to our people In the way of public improvement-! of divers kinds. —A number of the friends of Mrs. Frank Rife made a birthday surprise party upon her last night, bearing with them presents and refreshments, the latter being served during the course of the evening. —Mrs. Alex. McCloy lad a severe fall, one day last week, upon the pavement on Third street, opposite Mr. W. H. Miller's property. She is now confined to her bed, as we have . heard, in consequence of the fall. —The funeral services of the late Mrs. John N. Stevens will be held at the residence tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon, beginning at two o'clock. Mrs. Stevens was a gentle, kind, considerate, Christian wife and mother who bore uncomplainingly all trials, aud who discharged faithfully all duties during her life time. The memory of that life remains to family and friends to comfort them ,ln their bereavement and as example for their following. —Some candidates are taking time by .the forelock in several of the neighboring towns in the neighboring counties, particularly in that office, which by a sort of unwritten law, yet as po- tentialas though enacted by legislature, endorsed by the general gbvernment and carved in granite, tax collector, Which goes to the man who is thought to need it most. It Is about the only township office which pays a man for his trouble, and when an election comes around in any township and there be not at least two candidate for that office, then know that that is a town in which not a single indigent man lives, but that it is one where peace and plenty are as the manna of the wilderness, to be had for the gathering day by day, Sunday, even, included. —Several complaints have reached this office concerning the practice of bestowing gifts to graduates at the commencement exercises of the Second ward school. The substance of the objection is this, as stated by three or four persons to the editor, with the request that he made public-the-same: The Inequality In the value of the presents, growing out of the difference in the financial worth of the parents, causes humiliation when the presents are inferior In quality. The parties further object, saying that the publicity of the bestowment of the gifts detracts from their merits. They add, that where one gives- of coursa all must give and the only way to prevent a recurrence of the practice is for the board to forbid it. The GAZETTE gives the foregoing, as stated, by request of patrons of the school, and makes no comment itself. Whatever the opinion of the.editor it would not be proper for him to say anything coning the matter this year, at least. We but follow a rule, of allowing all to bring proper complaints before the public through the columns of the GAZETTE. —Our friend and very intelligent writer of an article signed G. W., upon the subject of thermometers in Ibis Issue, says what we endorse, except as to the value of mercury over spirit thermometers. The fact he states, that the thermometer with lowest register is apt to be nearest correct, bears us out In our position, for, without exception, we have observed that in extreme cold weather the spirit thermometers -register lower than the mercury. What the GAZETTE has said as -to the value of spirit over^mercury thermometers referred only to extremes of cold. He, G. W., knows, of course, that water is affected at 88 degrees (has, then, the beginning of freezing); BO mercury Is affected before 89 below is reached We do not recall precisely at what point, but certainly several degrees earlier than when it solidifies. Hence, we have said that mercury thermometers are not reliable in extreme cold weather. Our friend only differs with us as to the point where the mercury ther* mometer is unreliable; that is all,—a difference In degree/only. Pardon the pun. He says thirty-five below; we should say several degrees before that. All other statements of G. W., we subscribe to. —The Bochelle Herald thinks our chances in the future world will be slim indeed, if we don't stop that "dam money" business in the GAZETTE. That's all right. Incidentally, though, H tickles us to tee a few pious persona here and there who really suppose that the use of the word damn i» profanity necessarily. Neither the origin nor the long use of the word by itself, permits any such interpretation. It conies from a good old Latin word which means to condemn, and it is so used by all English writers from Shakspere to our own time. As used with the name of deity, or as associated with imprecations upon the soul of the individual assailed, it Is profane. Understand: it is inelegant by reason of its association with profanity, and hence its use should be avoided. At the same time, and as a fact, the little, word so carefully written with a d, a dash and an n, la not so wicked as those pious folks suppose, who in great good humor take «d vantage of the present dam project to wring in all sorts of plays upon a word which they 'durst not themselves use on ordinary occasions. Of course we do not apply these remarks to Brother Morrla, of the Herald, for he is "up" In English words and their uses, and only Indulges in that pleasant badinage which long time, friendship maker entirely admissible. w e but quote hia words to find occasion to inform those home people woo thought they were •wearing ou the aly that all their efforts have been In vain; that ttolr woold-bo wlokedoeM w*s uo wiexedaM* la foot, tf Mi* Infctflt of the After a very able and interesting lecture by the IIon.N.S. Boyntoti, Supt. B R. of R. <fc E. M. upon mutual benefit societies and the benefits derived from the same, tlwy then proceeded to formally re-organize, St. John's Tent of this city, (Sterling) assisted by the Hon. D, Altken, of Flint, Mich., Past Supreme Com. and a number - of visiting Knights from the Tents of Fulton and Morrison. The order of the Knights of the Maccabees, have over 15,000 endowment members In good standing and pay all death claims within ten days after proof of death The death assessment for the last three years have not exceeded $4 per thousand insurance. The charter Is left open for 30 days to admit all persons who want to take the benefits of charter rates. Information concerning charter rates, etc., can be obtained from any of the officers or members of the order. KNIQHT. Correction. Editor Gazette: ._ Mack Queergraln Is a little off, In his letter of Jan. 17th In bis statement that Mrs. Aaron Fluck Is a sister of Mrs. Fanny Tombow. Mrs. Fluck is a step daughter, instead of sister of Mrs. Tombow. Respectfully, JAS A. MORRISON. .,!• Found. A small sum of money. Owner may have same by proving property and paying charges. Call at Cochran's cigar store, Saturday, Jan. 21, between 5 and 8 o'clock, p. m. - 87 Jacob Reitz, Jr., formerly In Dakota, Is now In the employ of Belen A Detweiler. 87* Pay YourTaxea. Tax books for Sterling township are now open at Sterling National Bank. Parties are requested to pay their personal taxes on or before Feb. 20th. WM. A, CONNELLY, dwtf ' _ Collector. What» For the next thirty days I will sell Heating Stoves very cheap^ for spot cash. II. E. Reynolds, No. 87, 1st avenue, Sterling, Ills. mwf-tf James M. Fitzgerald's. Restaurant. Meals at all hours; oysters in every style. Prices very reasonable. Under Keefer's drug store, corner 3rd and Locust streets. _ ......... ...... .......... . ...... _ ...... tf.. The books of Mrs. S. A. Harden have been left at the old business' place, in charge of Miss Mary Milnes. All persons indebted will please call and settle immediately. Mrs. S. A. Harden dwtf Prohibition Meeting. There will be an interesting Prohibition meeting at. their hall In Rock Falls (in C. K Brown's store) Saturday night, Rev. Gilman Parker, of Sterling, will address us Ladies of the W. C. T. U. are especially liivited. Come all, give us a fair hearing. Commencing at 7:30 o'clock. S. T. SniKLEY, Pres. LI L. EMMONS Jr., Sec. Any one who la -affected with Tetter, Salt Rheum or any itching or smarting skin disease shonld try Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. They will certainly never regret it. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction if sold by Strlckler & Boorae. tf Piano and Organ Tuning And repairing of the above is my business. Persons having instruments out of order may leave orders at Werntz Go's. Music store. 93* .W. E. Fox. Go to the Boston Store. 83 A conflict for possession. When your system becomes disordered do not let dlseane take pjssession. Take Kt Patrick's Pills at once. They act promptly, cure costlveness and bilious disorders. They ward off disease and tone up the whole system. Strickler & Boorse, tf To Traded. A well Improved farm in Whlteslde Co. of 140 acres to trade for Neb.—or Kansas lands. Strike quick if yon want it, it 1? desirable. tf F. B. HUBBABD. —FOB— The "C. H. S." is the finest 10 cent cigar on the market. The "Velvet" and 97 for a 6 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 & Co'a. Also they do flue watoh repairing, tf The best of goods prices. Boston Store. at the lowest 86 Sterling BooaalBjr. Call on P. T. VanHorne for plans and specifications for all kinds of buildings and cut of same. tf Mrs. Harden retained a large quantity of ..gloves, hosiery, corsets, cloaks and jerseys, when she sold her stock to Frye & Davi». This goods must be s. Id within 20 days and will be offered regardless of cost. dwtf PEOPLE'S COLUMN, will Insert three llnsn In thin eol-"^51 umn one time for 10 tents, or for 40 cents a week. Bach additional line will be 8 eenta a single In- Hertton, or 15 cents B week. FOB RKNT. R ESIDENCE of E. W. Edson and the store room under Farwell llall. Apply to J. A. MoUune. U D WELLING house, corner 6th Ave. »nd 4th St. Apply to Mrs. M. H. Krelder. tt D O NT sleep out of doors when you can "get a comfortable bouse for Irora six to Hren dollars per month, of F. B. Hubbard. tf O FFICES torrent In Bell block, being desirable, and finished In elegant shape. Apply to J. It. Bell & Bon. tf FOK HAL.K. r WILL sell at auction on mv farm, Wednesday Februiry 1; horses, cattle, hogs, farm machinery, corn, oats and h»y. G. G. Reefer. > CHANCE to make money. J. A. Bartlelt offers one or both of his billiard parlors tor sale at s bargain. I OFFER for sale my entire stock of goods, with Its good will, on reasonable terms. 0. A. Sheets, successor to Martin & Klntile. tf Sterling, Ills., Dec. 17,1887. i OODllKht bob-iled »nd a democrat wagon. t Enquire at this office tf \ LE Brewery and fixtures for sale. George E. Kogers, Sterling, Ills. THE WILD WA1TES ARE SATING, AND IT IN YOUR HAT, SIfoTER, -AT- Fuller's Book Store, SMOKE HI Will always Vl*4 th« Choleeet Rranda «r CIGARS TOBACCOS -A.T JNO. P. LAWBIE'S Farms, City Property ^Personal Property an Stocksofgoodi For other Property 6EO.fr. BOOM I, ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Cfflo* open erenlngs. /Cove Down After ••»per u4 Hit kytfce Opel «3rate and let nm Tall Mmatueaa. B E B B a 8 THAT WASTED. e to Speculate. I offer for 10 days a few choice IqU In First ward, Sterling, 111., at a price that will give you a chance to make some money. Come and see me at once. tf 'GEO. W. CHAMAEHLIN. Owners of over-fllow lands will meet in the Council Rooms to-morrow afternoon at two o'clock There will be present also the committees and other prominent citizens of Sterling and Bock Falls, to confer together touching the subject of over-flow connected with the upper dam. B i IY from 8 to 12 years old to live with family In the country unf" ' — ' --* " — with school privileges, In the country until lie Is 21. A good home Apply at this office, tf TMMEDIATELY.atthe Wallace House, aj . to work. A YOUNG Nurne girl, at 902 West Third street. t! J i POINTER FOR THE BOYS!! SKATES! SKATES! SKATES! GUTl^lER-Y, CUTLEHY, The Boston Store baa special bargains to offer to customers. 86. They are trylrjg in Germany to find a substitute for India rubber. No one who baa used Dr. Biglow's Positive Cure desires a substltude, as it is eminently auccessaul in coughs, colds and all throat and lung diseases. For sale by O. A. Oliver. If your overshoes'or rubbers wear thin at the heel, get a pair of plates put on at P. J. Unkel's. tf Where, Old Yon MajrT At Reynolds hardware store; if you want to get steel traps, 87 First avenne, south of Davis & Webei's Sterling 1)1. .. mwf-tf Always ahead, the Boston Store. Its prjces lower than anybody's. 85 Dr. I. Eader, 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 ia 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 Strickler & Boorse. . s tf Mrs. S. A. Harden, alter uvs years in the millinery business, has now retired from the same having disposed of the entire business to Frye & Davis (Mrs. M. J. Frye and Mrs. Emma V. Davis). She desires to return her sincere thanks to the public for the very liberal and generous patronage they have bestow- td upon her, and withes at the same time to heartily commend the new firm to her friends aud customers generally. The new firm will ret&ln Mrs. Harden'* help, Ml«e*. milu McCune and Mary Mill)**, who will be glad to *e« their fr!«ad» call and patrtmLw their new HARDWARE & STOVES, ~ At my new store on Third street, opposite Jacob Elsie's Merchant Tallorlag establishment Lewis D. Wynn Notwithstanding • ": Their (Rousing Holiday Trade Have Still A Fair Assortment of CLOAKS& MUFFS STAPLE 3 FANCY J .: <fiTRY GOQ$)S At their Usual (Reasonable Prices. COCHR&N SELLS THE BEST CIGARS —FOR THE— LEAST MONEY All Grades of Toteo AT LOWEST RATES. INDEPENDENT GROCER, THE GROCERY Ii the most Independent Grocery Bouse In Sterling. We make our price* and Mil GOODS SO LOW That prices astonish every one. All Roods sold at toe lowest Urlug prices; no over-charging. A child can (BUY G0006 At the BEE H1TK as low as a grown person. Thelan eat and finest stock to select from; every thine flnt-class. A large stock of Vice Out Ru andomoklng , TOBA.CCO'8 Bought before the recent advance*. Tb* BKK HIVE customers get the benefit of the low price* before the advance. A tare* •lock, of Ottt Ed«e Oar Htoek la too large and must be reduced M once. Warranty with each Inatrouicnt. 15.00 to 810.00 per Month. CUT KATES* CONTINUED. -WJER-TSTTZ CO., Gait Hooae Bloek. Come one, come all. This rock shall flea From its firm base As soon as we. At 4* M« CO Cent* per Gallon. Boek Candy Drips, pure white, at »• O«mt*j per Gallon. EOCENE OIL Non explosive; the best oil sold In ttls market, at a* low prlce.as Inferior oils are sold eUewbere. Dont be deceived and buy low test oil* and ram th* risk ol being burned up.. Bemember Ton boy toe BEST? WRIGHT & WILLIAMS, PLCMBERS, GiS & StElH FITTERS •Tobblac Bad Repairing Prowptly Attended to. Dealers In Lead and Wrought Iron Pipe, Wood and Iron Pumps, ol all kind. Roee, FacUag, Steam and Water Guages, Valve*, Pltttags, tiewer 1'loe, &c. Estimates made on Plumbing. Bteam & Ga* Job* Mr, B, F. WILLIAMS. rraerly wltbWm. McCune & Co.. attend* I 1 aud Iron pump letting and np&lrtng. Mr, E,. M, WRIGHT, THE URLY BIRD HATCHES THE WHIM. Patents and all Winter Wheat; makes better and whiter bread: keeps moist longer ihaa Spring Wheat Flour. A genuine article la FenniylTBula Buckwheat FlourII Ten thousand pounds sold last *eaton; Six thousand pounds sold so tar (hit season. This Boor haa so equal la this market; 1s made by the latest process; patent hailed! no black specks. A One stockot Formerly with the Sterling Water Co., gin* bU personal aueaUon to all plumbing, steam and gas contract*. LAMP PAJLACB Is mropleto, vtth tb« )al#«t detlf-ns la Hanging. Stand and Kracjtet Lamp*. Buratn, Cbloiae . , S*. Prices to tut* (ha UUMM. C*U and M* ear UU)« tttMl lain; *a4 SuraU a*ta** Valf*. AU wurk warraatod. Year «M»r* *****£««* *Ju *>**• Canned and Qried California Fruits of all kinds! Th» G«nuln« Down Kut MAPLE SUGAR! You mn saw ten to flKt»a eeeu »n vnrf 4«i* R, L, K1MBRO, *«» »SK*I

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