Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on March 4, 1897 · Page 3
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Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, March 4, 1897
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Officers,, T,V» Oart1e,J HOCK $A£ta OmoKKS. £* bow, Winters, •B.B. Ward. A, B, Tttn», B. . 'art. W, ft* OnrUf. B. H, A,, 8. Ooodell. B, JUAI- 111-falls Professional Men. I'' Attoraay*. , WHTTB. . "WHTtB & SHELDON,, |V •*• J : v tomdloR at Law, Money Loaned on Beal Estate. Peter Babcock and wife went to "Walnut Sunday to see about moving to that village. Mise Annie Schumacher'has .taken >fJX the place of Miss Martha Forater In the ||? ^Stanley House. In the ..harness shop of'W. A. ;of Morrison. ,, A ten pound son came to the family Sot Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Sumner very ; early Monday morning, '< '..'Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Slater .are 'preparing to move soon to Jordan on the'N. P, Wilson farm, which he has rented. . v Daniel Eberly has been on the sick r.,^list foe the past few days with lung f trouble. He had to give up hie place **;. in the ehoj. .«-'. Miss Amy Slater, of Polo, visited pK'With'Mrff, William Parker Thursday, p-;and took tea with the family of her ancle, Ei W. Slater. L', Mra., Charles Young, of Lyndon, is >£' • spending'-a week or two with her '$1' daughter, Mrs, Frank Mingle, while re; from a sick spell. ' ^ was largely attended Sunday afternoon .^.Fifteen railroad men were in attend* ' ance out of respect for engineer Grant. I' ; An aunt of Mra. Nettie Cole, from with her. (fSho was oh ber way home from a trip 'to • Nebraska and stopped over trains. Fred May, of Iowa, is here for S; m Jfew weeks visit with her mother, r^Mra. Fred Hein and her brother.Henry Hein. She used to reside in Montmo- E&d:,,".».- ___-— • 'Mra. E.^Houston entertained some of ber friends at tea Wednesday after•ft noon. One of the dishes served was | Kippered Herring. Ail Scotch know what that dishjs. _ -_______' .„ •_ George Babcock has secured a place work on tke farm* for the coming Reason. The place is. at Nelson Jacobs', rfao liveinine miles north of Ster- ig.. George will not trust to the ;chanc«9 of getting work In town this / Williard Lamb, .of Milo, Bureau inoty, who has been here 'for the past or two caring for bis father-in- J>. W. VanDrew, has decided to ;-_jftove to Book Falls and will probably ||f a IQ the First ward, ,'-. He will move, "re ln> a week or two. ' ;,>;;Mir8, David Grubb on ber place west town baa not been idle this winter, r among the work she has dona waa ajt eome hens with some eggs. She ips already nine flue lively chicks froca efge. She is the first to. report What fine freys they will about the Fourth of July, it la said that the reason the car men making such 4 pet of the little bird 0h flew into Doc Boyaton'a way ear night is that some of the boys superstitious and think the act is omen and there Is danger ahead. Doc Boyntoa didn't want leak out among his friends that » car io«4 of stock at Stones day night until be reached Am- nnd that fee turned around and back after it* , He did not want joked about it you know. . aod Mr«i Qeorge Waite, of Paw w, came Thutedaiy for a few days' wttfc the ps Witt of Mre. Waite, ed Mr«. Charles Button. The vls- sare on their way home from a 'a visit in Nebraska on the Klk- Tiyjy , ttyoxt that «orn Is to that part of the State, |n.d too. Corn «ia; ceatsa gfer buaheJ, making it coaj Hazel Tonug retnrned home t< Lyndon last night. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Slater taond t) the Wilson farm today, north of Ster Mrs, E, F. Rnndletfc and children wil follow bet hasband to their new home In Iowa, some time next week. ;. Paul Jamison, of Sterling, spent a few days with his aunt, Mrs, Edgai Woods and family, of Montmorency. George Pfulb and bride began house keeping Tuesday in the house on A. A Church's south farm, in Montmorency Mr, and Mra, Frank Cooley, of Yorktown, cameJMondsy tor a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs, William Van Drew,: ..:'•-..'..'..':'-' • '• : _, Mr", and Mrs. Peter Babcock moved Tuesday to Walnut. Hid father and his brothers drove over and took the "goods by wagons. - * D. O.'Coe was an even two score years old Monday. Himself and family were entertained at dinner in honor of the event at his mother's Mrs. M. Li Coe. '," .'_•"•:'- • '•'"'.'" - • Mrs. B. 3, Teach received a telegram Friday from Pueblo,' Col., telling the sad news that his sister, Mrs, Smelzer, had a severe paralytic stroke the night before',; '.;.•' .' . .'• ,:.-,.'.'••,.. •Mrs. B. S. Teach received, another dispatch fro'm Pueblo, Col., saying her sister, Mrs. Smelyer, died Saturday morning, th& funeral was held Sunday afternoon. . : ' . The watchman at the Keystone says that Friday night at midnight the thermometer was twenty degrees below below by morning. ; ^ _ ';';•-;. Sam Eakles and fajnUy have moved from the Rundle'tt farm in Montmur- ency to a farm near Torktown. Mr. Bosengren, ttr., goes on the place they have just vacated. • '..'. / Mrs. Charles Sturtevant, of Lyndon, and Mrs. Jonah Sturtevant, of West Coloma, spent Friday- with the Misses Emma and; Eva Sturtevant, at their home in the First ward. ' John Jacobs,' of Algona, la., came Tuesday with his car load o£ goods and tools and will at once move out to the old Hein homestead pear the G older school house owned by Chris Sheeler, . Hermon Sturtz, of Stones,,, is ; shredding corn:; fodder today., The , corn stocks are bard to get up this winter on account of their bein& frozen in the gronnd.-_Eacb, 7 _stalk_haa_tQ_be_cut loose.- ',-'.'*•, ±*.'. : '"•••;;•': /• '•"' .'• ;• .•••-•'-. _•{.-. John Schwenk was in town Monday, buying; furniture and hardware to commence housekeeping. John and his : brlde^baye;rented-tne-f arm-In West Coloma .lately vacated by Joseph Word has just been received from Baitings, Mich., of the birth 'of a bouncing boy to Mr. and Mrs. S, B, Wilcoz of tbafplace. They left Bock Falls three'years ago. , This fs their flrat baby. • Jacob Seth moved today from Hume ;o the Stanley farm near Stones, where he will work this year. Mrs. Hollis, who has been Jiving on the farm wilL go to her parente, nearTamplcQ where she and her two. daughters will live, The f rler/ds of Mr, and Mrs. Hermon Tenney, of Montmorency, gathered at their home Saturday night and merrily spent the evening: The occasion was the tin; wedding anniversary of the couple. Much tinware was .brought alongby the friends. . Bev, Clara 0. Babcock has moved to. Brje from Thompson where she will ive in the future. She has charge \ of ,he churches at Thompson and Erie ust the same. ' Her husband, L B- 3»bcock will work a email farm near 3rJe. Their frlendp & this section will know where to visit them. Douglass Murray, o| North Montmorency, was in town Monday and re- iqrts that a man stopped for help at his place; a day or two before at 4 o'clock in t%,roprning. JJle.buggy had broken down, SHsload 1 consisted of, chicken^ minus heads, Mr! Murray ays tke case. looks very suepicloup. The man was beaded for town. , T, E, Eobinson has driven down to to eee the "man who came BO near niarderedt Sidney WilklDs.whoni he has known from a boy._ Jlr. Bob^n,eon reports him much batter, Hla two brothers, Henry and Oaborn Wilkine, with Osborn'a wife are here, from Cbi- for him. Sidney in having more trouble from a kind of a paralysis on one side than he"is from the wounds, fjfats the result of the, kicks received. Warren Presbrey has received a telegram telling him of the death' of bis wlft'a brother, John Fitzgerald, at Hot Springs, Ark, The funeral occurred Wednesday at hie borne IB Piattswouth He was not a married maw. John will be remembered by the early here. He waa a good did all &t the playing J®, , Hebasbetali?. 8f for M* «tni ym* vittt felt K v on >: E K ?FST!NO PAPERS READ OH i ISSIONS IN CHiN A. -^^aJh2=sfc^S^ rfaeob Frsnk did hQ?io«« < ! in Rouftc » Foreljgn SHmkmairy r*rt of *h« S*>*lety of t»* CoB(H-*>^atJonal C'hnrtTi HeJrt » JSemtltig at thin Bom* «f f&rt, f »tm«rCol Itnil JPrldtty Aftsrnoon. i The main thing in the bosiness way was tb« voting to take from the; treai nry 99 and eend to Mrs. C, H. TaSntor to go toward building parsonages for churches in Dakota, _ This was In re aponse to a letter read from her,stating the need of them In four places where death had visited the ifonr families on account of no placeior the pastors, - Of course the meeting opened with'a song and prayer. Mrs. D. O. Coe read a flne paper on locations. On a, made by two of the school boys, she located all of the missions that the church has in Chiaa. The maps were good and it helped to fix In the mlpd these missions, She also spoke of the plfigue killing off many pepp|e_ in-jom village, and the missionaries were mur dered as the cause. But it ^swept on and the natives' prayers were of no avail. The one. native Christian le$* was asked'to pray to hla God to stop it. The very day of his prayer the plague ceased and hundreds are Coming to our God in consequence. Mrs. Hopkins reiad ah Interesting paper on the educational work ot the missionary and Its great need. She gave a fine talk on the,'filmy schools established, and abouTine first thing dose by education waa the unbinding of the women's feet; a process entailing as much pain as the binding of them had caused. The paper of Mr*. F. W. Wheeler was on the medical work of. the mis sionary. This is a vary needed thing, for-tbere-lB only one doctortOTFfisillion nnd.a.half of people. The removing or a cataract from the eye of a person proved the ru win a of doing much good. Many came to receive their sight. About forty or fifty, blind people Caught hold of a rope and'walked >tbe whole distance of 250 miles to this doctor, y,':- .;.. ..':/,:.•..;.;. ;-:•• . The paper of Mrs. B. F. Kadel was wholly on feet binding. This was exceedingly it told of many- new facts not generally known, Mrs. Collins read a paper on the good work done in one small town by the Young Men's Christian Aesocia tion.Qreat amount of Jastlng good was done..,' ; '.- ;i .' • ' -\ > •.-. The Oddities of the Chi&ese People was the, subject of the jpaper of Mrs.\J. L, Newton. .Every thing is left handed there./ They get on a horse left ;-one!a~own-hBnd8-are-sbaken Instead of each other. It Is impolite to remove the hat before superiors and a high mark of esteem to afather frpm a son is to present him with a coffin. Bible Women. Women are not allow ed to read or write much, but 'the men are well educated. 'These women are natives a^nd go around from house to house and read and teach* the Bible; They are a great help to the mlssio$- arlee, yet their fullest help will be the fruits qf them ; in- the future. She spoke of the work of some of them In particular. . ''•'•;. MITE SOCIETY SUPPER: Tho Society Al»o JKendem » Delightful ."!-; 4 Program yfExeroUoB, , The Mite Society of the, Congrega-. ilohalchurchgftve'a'ten cent supper Wednesday night in the dining room of-the : ohurph. It was well patronizao. Jen dollars and thirty cents wer& taken in by suppers.' The supper was gotten up' by two of the divisions of ;be society, and they furnished a fine spread for the money. All one could »t for ten cents. It was a pleasant ;hlng to notice that ma,ny of the mem- >ere of the Methodist church came,and had "supper. Such a union of the two churches is a good thing and ^bould L -> reciprocated at all times. " After all had eaten their fill a pleas- ng program of exercises was rendered. The audience was calJed to. order by J. 3. Durstine.; After a prayer, by.'Hey." I. A. Kern, a pretty song was eucg by Miaset Nettle Lyon and Mayme McAl' Inter. 'Mies Grace Lyje then recited a Serppan dialect piece which brought orth many plaudits. Miss Jennie ?arkhurat Emmous then sang a very >retty song eptitled "The Lost Child." Ella Mentzer then recited a iretty piece. She recites in a very pretty wanner, ^At thto point, little Lawrence Atkips, the little eon of Mr, .nd Mrs. Ljle Atkins, 'put forth Wa oratorical efforts in a declamation, and when he was through very plainly told he audience. Jt brought 'down the bouse, Mlsi Jean Atkins spoke a ne- gro dialect piece which was very funny ,nd was a taking one indeed. After in^Jjher recitation by Lois Korn, Hermon Long rendered Nasby's "Hannah Jane."* This delightful poem never gro we old and je ever'new. He was ibliged to respond to an encore. The oooad one was «n Irish dialect piece ,ni| was very funny, fhe, recitation iy Mies Mae Alkersaan wn»,vsry good,. from Prof, Walter Stedmaqi eypeeta ove saon tQ Poof lae, N§fe, w caof ed f row % yetr or two'»$$, Rev, IT, A. Kern defefide'« saloon keeper last night and %e to*9 proven not. e«ei» s bad fellow after^ail as he Is made oat to bej ndt any worse than thousands of tfo c|l!ed good people, Tbn fiononncetnerit of the seraon with this subject brooght forth a full house. He told what a saloon la by reading extracts from a United States Snpreme Court decision; f rota speeches by a United States Republican Senator; the Methodist chnrch: general conference temperance re»olutions; Duke of Albany, Gladstone, Joseph ChataberHn anfl other notables. They portrayed It to be all that was vile, and an enemy to all that was pure, good arid decent; an enemy to the home. He read what' kind of a man a saloon keeper was from an extract from Nasby. ;. lie said "Such is the man I am going to defend" a tough job you think, not so. Each whisky barrel has an Internal revenue stamp which says he has Sam's share]! thus making Uncle fc?am the senior partner with the saloonkeeper to do the dirty worhf. Then OP. the wall In the 81,000 license. ,Thua he is protracted and upheld by the city for being such a m^an man, , ^ Now who is Uncle Sam? Follow it up and you will run across him here in fiock Falls, probably a church member, for the legislators of our country were elected by the* votes of somebody, and then what is the use of kicking the saloon-keeper, kick those who made him. • Who is to blame for the billiard saloon in Rock Falld ? Not the owner, certainly any, more than .the council who voted for it and the clerk 'who sighed the permit, and each should be respected only as much, as the owner >fr«, Fn Pupils ill;. LftaCJjad.j'.Chsri^a Titir g«s, Francis MoKSt,.Arthur Berry i?ewpwpH8; ^ Mae McFalis, Maod Robinson, Perry Cronghan, It is r«qnested that all chlWren will be of school age before Jtme 1, ba e«nt to school the first week In March By Btarting together at thafr time there will be a decided advantage to each and every one. After March B there will be no new class osganlzed. Nd, 2 was visited by^Tlev; : H. ~A, Kern Friday afternoon, Florence Keener has re$rned after one month'siabseace. Myrtle Campbell and Willie Mentzer are ttie champion spellers, of the A class; Fred Moore and Ear,! Whitney, of B clans. yisitors In No. 3 were: Mesdames Downey, Winters, Scoyille, Manshtp, Stanley, and Engh; also Misses Lena and Letha Scoyille, Lula Downey, and worse ; than he does. Who will be to blame if a saloon is establish d here. Simply the voters. • All the saloonkeepers In Ctirist«nd(im couldn't put one here. Kick the voters. The saloon trade only helps the owner,for it will take $1,000 for the license, $2,000 for rent, hire and expenses of a family, besides what is paid out for the liquors, and where does it come from? Not the rich surelyi . The well dressed man is not the drinker. It will 'come from the pockets of the poor working man, not the rich, while he gets trusted for groceries and clothes, Some say it will lighten 'taxes.. One thousand dollars •will not be sufficient for the extra expenses, for it will take extra police, and' extra court costs which it always brings, will eat it up, Would you want to walk on sidewalks pald-for-by-money coming from men whose money ought to go to their children? •:...*•• . - ' /; •' .' ;.. .-: . .;. The saloon is as much a creature of the United States as the flag is. What is the-raw-materiaHor-Hjaioons ?^BoyBi- Arid whose boys will the "finished product" of Buch a factory. Yours may be 'one of them. Now which is ihe greater criminal, he who takes the 91,000,- or the saloonkeeper? Lay the. blame where it belongs and don't kick the saloonkeeper. He is as good as the one who votes for, him. SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE To lie Itelit In the . Moutmoreucy Ciiurcli Arrapgementa have been made for a Township Sunday School Institute in Montmorency to be'held Sunday afternoon and evening of March-.7.. This Institute will be held in' the Montmorency-Methodist church. These - institutes are a good thing for they are con- ventions-wrhere the best needs of aSun- day school are talked over. They vary somewhat \ from a jregular Sunday schoii) convention. Both are good. The foUowJng.program will be rendered: : , Afternoon sorv(c«) tegine' at i o'clock. Eeadlog aii4 rrayer-H. M. Ba.rnnm. Song sorTlce conducted Uy B. K. Jenkins. C, K Song books will be us?d. Paper on.;"Prlm iry Work in Sunday School' —MeOlellan FJuck. • . Sketch of Lesson, "The Ethiopian Convert."— Mrs. WaltefScott. . : flow to keep Young Men In the Sunday School, pr Wpen Is On? Too Old t9 Attend."— "pyUie J'asUfr.Kev. John Williams. ' .• '.'Why dp we Keed Normal Leason9"-Q. p. 'erry. • .'•,' ->'• ?• '•'..' .• , .. \ .-• '•'' "Wliat Attention Should be Given Social Purly Work In the Sunday School, What Temperance,"-Dr. E, Franc MotrlH. . "What Is thsEttect ot Teaching Cream and Living Bklrnmed Milk',"—Luman Ramsay. Solo-"M!s's Josle Murray.' "Should ft Superintendent Jtold Ofifie More han two Terms',''—£, K, Jenkins'. 1 Adjournment, , Floyd 'LeJ'Vverlai.ll. ' Zora ban returned to school. .-'•', A class hah begun Normal third; B clase, Barnes' third reader. .No. 4 callers were: liev. and Mrs. Kern, and Mrs. Woodard. , Literary exercises Friday afternoon were Longfellow-Lowell-Washington program. . No. 5 visitors: Mrs. Johnson, Mrs Grosse.! . . ...';'.-.;''••"• ' "Lincoln" and "Washington" socle- ties have been organized and officers elected. . ;.,• i * .' No. 6 had their program last Monday. Eegular work Friday. ; i Lucy Bassett has been obliged to dlacontluue Bchool'on account of ill hBfllth. •'•.•' '•' .-';. Class A v/Ill begin mensuration next weik.' ;•' •... ': •.._.'''.• : ;;•• ' -•• • No. 7 gave the following program Fiiday: . ,'./ ' ; .' ' Song... ........,„ ^'America".... ...... ...School "Feb. 22nd".. ...... .. ................ Gratia Dorn Life of Washington.......;..... ....Kuby BemJas Washington Hatchets... ,:. ....... Mand Barnes "The Good Old Days"..".. ..,;.. .... ..Claire Bean Gems from the l?oets ....... . ..... . . . ...... Schuol "Children".,.....,.. ..... ..... ....'Fanny Eberle Essay on Longfellnw..., ..... ... ____ ...Ory Bond "The Children's Hour" ......... ... Geneva Hlrth Story of Eyangellne.... .. ..... , ....;„. Boy Foltz "Arro ff and Song" ....... . ........ . . Eflle Bcofleld "Castle Bu'lder". . . , ____ . . . ; ..... ... .Annie Pf ulb Composition........ Loweiu ...... ...EllaMansbtp "The Firtt Snowfall"....; ...... ....I.SadleGrier Essay....'.;..... ..... .. ..... ........Pearl Packer Bev. H. A. Kern was a caller Friday. • No. 8 was visited by Mrs. G B.' Flanders. , • Nettie Dow is III; •; — HarryJloland-has-returnedtaschooL Fred Wright has commenced reviewing studies in this room. Literary program was given Monday. to be the __ program Friday afternoon. Manoie Fry, of No.' «, has returned, after several weeks' absence. Tirst year High School class in arith. metlc are working 'in "equation of payments." "lamy," the Turk, was an attraction up town Fridays , High School Societies elected officers for spring term. , Philomatheons reelected, theirj officers; Amphictyons elected as follows: Pres., W. H. Woodworth LWce Pres., Herbert Bean ;Sec'y L GuyLyle: Pianist, Effle Mingle; Ch. Ex. Com., Clyde.Kadel; Sergt., Walter Stanley.- . ' ...-•• '.;•.•.-. •[ : .::'. ' . ; Programs of the Teachers' Institute have not been received yet. They are looked for daily, -Remember the date —Marches and 14, A l«M;! i * i ffl iostftnt*i r WJH he h«!rt fn ttrfs city Ssturd-sy Msrch It, 13. Frids? hfght will be h«?d ta tb* gr@gational church, M*ay the eoaaty will be present. A UPS frets tsas beei itrrAcg«d aa4 prteteft, Theezefdisesof tflet*od*|s wiH Jbm held in the school boase, Ths of the town should open th«fr for the «ra while hers. Sttws About Cert o* p*oiw»». Conceraiag the cheapness of feeeplng the poor of Jersey conoij 7 , CniMireoM Batcheller, of (the poor farm of thSs county, wrote tto the Jersey Conaty Clerk coacarning it and the following is the reply: "Replying to your Inquiry of 22 $nst, .1 would say that our ponr house keeper gets nlhety cents per week for^'boarding paupers and the use of a farm of' 200 acres TherB art forty acreB of apple on the place. The county pays for the ilothing of paupers In the poor house and furnishes coal for fuel. Taken altogether I doubt whether we keivp our paupers any cheaper than you da. We iave about twenty to thirty paupers on the average in our bouse; the number sometimes runs as high as fifty. I have not the data at hand to tell the cost per week of keeping our paupers. . Truly yours, ' P. J. MURPHY, Co. Clerk. the Montinorency .MethodUtx. Last Sunday afternoon was a red let- ,er day for the Methodist church in dnntmorency. The pastor, Bev. John Wllliama, of Harmon, held revival meetings there this winter with several conversions. ~Last Sabbath eight were received jntojhejshurcbijBJJtl. ojk_ probation, four young men' and "^wo"" ung ladles; one to full membership a-irt one by letter. There will probably be others to join from Sunday to' Sun- . lay. • Afti-r th^y. were .received In the, church, the Lord's Supppr was par- aken of.after which a flue sermon was reached by Rev. Cass Davis of the iroadway Methodist church, .of Ster- Ing. Bev. Davis also assisted in ad- mtniBtering the sacrament. The church has a better outlook than it hae had for ears. • : - * 1 t Tflre in NeUon Township. The home on the Arnold farm in Nelson towosblp, near the Eobinson arm, was burned to the ground Friday night about midnight. ; The are caught, from a defective flue and all 'burned i'efore much could be sayed. The fam-" ly had their goods packed ready to ^o o Harmon at the__tlnie_'of_the conflft- ratlon. The7h1oule~wai*only"bullftwo~J ears ago and was worth about $1,000. Florence, the young daughter of Mrs, F. F. Sheldon, has been quite elckwith onsilitls^She ifrslowly- improving Revival Meetings .''':, AT THE 7:30 o'clock Service conducted by Leo I'hlllpa; Bible ileadlng— I; M. Pl^Ups. 8olo-I*o Philips. "On Which Side are. You, or Which Side are You Fftciog.'VW, A, Jamison. -Why ShouW » Hevlew be a Part of Ewy ,93aon,"~D,O. Co?. »H the Sunday School Is tor the Study ol the Bible, Why not H»» the Bible Instead of the X,es- ou Uelpd,"~H. ^, Slieldon. , Adjou?utaejat. H. M. BAKNUM, President. * JOHN MVBRAY, Secretary. Deuth of Mm. W. W. Grant. The deathi of .Florence Virginia Hardwick occurred Saturday morning at 5:40 o'clock at her home on' Elm' street, o? cancer. She has been sick about one and a half .years, suffering much pain most of the time. . The funeral will be at the house Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Bev. F. H. Gardner, of the Methodist church,' officiating.*; Interment In the Bock Falls I. O. O. F. cemetery. The deceased was born.and raised in Marshall, N.C.,twenty-seven years ago Jam 28. Eight years ago last May she was married to W, W. Grant, engineer on the Shabbona passenger, who came here the March preceding from North Carolina. He has continued as engineer of;th»t train to the present. They have;kept home in this city since they were, married. They h^ve. three chU- dren, one girl ijnd two boys. Besides lie.r sorrowing husband and the children, she Jeavea her father in North Carolina, a brother and two sisters. The basket social Friday nlgh't in Woodmen Hall in Montujoteaoy by the Boyal Neighbors of that |own waa a grand success. There wa« a good house full and all enjoyed tbejoasselves. M. H. Waal, the jolly awotjpneer of Sterling was secured to sell the baskets and they brought good pioes, f fee highest pri^e paid f pr a baekd^ was and he got this $ysnj fsojavbig rt J. CX Bm»ll, A £ood «»*-•• • '^'j /"!'.','.*( j Every Night CONDUCTED BY REY. I. B. MORRIS. JACOB EISELE & cc; We anBOunce to the public that our stocks of New Fall and IV inter Goods are now in and are " Teadj for me Nobby Scotch Soitioge, s ' In Cplors afld FJaida, Fancy aad Plaia f Cteviofe, Scotch Suitings, Worsted Great care has been exercised in selecting our IBUK& for . and Winter Overcoats is c»mpteb9,. k Our line of P^nts Goods oi seat; tast^ Fluids, and ridi Mixed torkk/

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