Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on January 24, 1888 · Page 3
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THE EYK1TOTG GAZETTE: TTJESDAY, JAITTJAKT ?„! IB BARGAINS! Cloaks, Shawls, •*» »% «*, «*« «% ,• Dress Goods, ».*« •*« «*• «*« ,« Blankets, Bed Comfortables, Knit Underwear, ;an Caps, «*« «*• «*« «*« »% Legging, Hosiery, Gloves, Mitten •V »% »% »V •'* ••' Corsets, Bustles, Handkerchiefs, Hunters, And many other Goods to be sold very CHEAP FOR To reduce stock be fore invoicing. * CALL A1TD SEE. Evenin Gazette THB EvBwiHfi GAT.BTTB crui be had »t all t.l> D8wssu«id». IVica TWO OUSTS. TUJ53DAT. JAN. 24, 188S. SOCIKTIEM A!SD A9IIIMRMKXTM Dancing school lu Masonic Temple BBKVITIEN. —Mr. Harmony Hlair is quite ill. —To-day is the anniversary of Presi dent Johnson's Impeachment trial, in 1803. —Mrs. Ales. McCloy still continues quite 111. It Is reported that she has the typhoid pneumonia. —Pati"Spalding had his head badly cut in a fight with coal beavers lasi night. Dr. Frank Anthony dressed the wounds. —Parties can attend the dancing class by bringing a single admission ticket to-night. Mr. and Mrs. Sweet will furnlBhJthe^muslc. —A little daughter of Mr. Jacob Elck fell from a high chair upon the kitchen stove this morning and badly burned its face and hands. —Dealers In sleigh bells are selling great many of these jingling bells, people are getting ready for the new ordinance, which goes into effect on the 20th instant. —Mr. James Rao's little boy on Friday evening swallowed a penny which odged in his throat and caused him in finite pain. Dr. Anthony was called in and removed the coin, but the little fellow suffers considerably. —Miss Maggie Dillon gave a leap year party last evening to a number of ler young fneuds at the residence of lersister,Mrs.E E. Breneman. Those >resent were mostly schoolmates of Hiss Maggie. The youngpeople;enjoy- ed themselves very much Indeed. -The child of the late Mrs, Andrew YVarrick (Jennie Hears) died yesterday at Detroit, as a telegram to Its grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sears, Bald. Chls death is but another sorrow to the parents of Mrs. Warrick, to 'whom death has brought many of late years. —We hope to get i ut a special ed ition before the campaign fairly opens, and give the names and address of the can- lldates for State office. Of course, it would not be possible to get them all n a single issue of this paper. We might Tun~them~along-like-aT5onttnued tory for two or three weeks and thus omplete the total. —This morning Marshal Fitzgerald onnd five or six tramps, some of them laying euchre, in one of the Northwestern buildings, and he sent them on heir way. By the way four or five arties who live off from the heart of he city, complain that tramps are )0therlng them begging for food. Again, we say, tramps are not objects f charity and to feed them Is to put a iremlum on begging and petty crime; or there Is not one of these miscreants ut will steal, or rob, if be gets a banco. If parties will report' tramps romptly to the Marshal, he will cap- ure and hustle them off. —Mr. C.E. Partridge, who lives in the eat end of the city, is under the im- ression that he has a-natural-gas-well, he water affording indication of gas f some kind. If the gas is really, there n any quantity, the filling of a tumbler 1th water and suffering it to stand or awhile, then pouring the water off nd quickly applying a match to the nterlor of the glass, will demonstrate t; for If present, it will give forth a ame for a second or two. It may be lat it U but carbonic acid gaa. This aat is frequently found in springs and rom the description given of it by our nformant, we should incline to .the no- ion that it is carbonic acid, rather ban the much sought-after natural aa. . -Mr. E. J. Boss's son is suffering onslderably from his arm. It will be emembered that he injured his arm at Geneva some little time since and a byaiciau of that place bound it up as lough it were broken. It is stated hat it was bound too tightly. He was rought home to Sterling and the ands removed, when it was discovered hat the arm was not broken at all and here was no necessity for. apply ing the landages, which by reason of stopping he circulation of blood and abrading the skin in one place, has..caused not nly great pain to the lad, but has also put his arm In such shape that it is ikely to be some time before it heals, inhere is considerable indignation in be family against the Geneva physician who, aa la charged, showed incom- petency in his treatment of the injured member. ; —The law aaya the governor shall appoint a successor to a judee, if the vacancy is within leas thanu year of regular election for said office; but that IB shall order an'electlon If it be more ;han that time. Does any one suppose for a moment that the law con- jemplated that any governor would for political reasons postpone an election [or six months ? and that, too, in a dis ;rict which for six months prior to the death of the judge was deprived of his services? If it did, then it would have said, ''If a vacancy occurs within a year ;he office shall be vacant until said regular election;" for If the Governor do not call the election until June, it will iavb been in effect a "year's vacancy) and that, too, in a district that has suffered greatly for years because of the absence of one of its judges upon the appellate bench. It U now an open secret that the postponement is asked for in order to make a political election of it, and BO "freeze out" a certain candidate. If it had been the practice to elect a partisan judge, it wouldn't look go bad; but wb«u it Is neeesaary to retard justice and cripple the district In order'to establish the innovation, it looks bad; aud cannot fall to reset upoa those who b.a?e be*a feMUWtt*uU} in bringing U »Jxtat. — A number of Sterling people too advantage of plennnnv weather, moon licrlit and splendid sleighing, to driv over to Dixon, where they had snppe at the Nachusa. —The Sacramento Daily Record Union has the following account of th cold at Loa Angeles recently. "W. B Milier, the well known jeweler of this city, onejof the parties referred to, says he "went skating on an ice pond in Los Angeles on Sunday Inst. The people down there are so badly frozen up thai it will taije them all next summer to thaw out." Wm Curtis, another Sacra- mentan caught in the cold snap at I,OB Angeles, says, "the plumbers of thai cily are reaping a rich harvest from bursted water pipes. The plumber has for the present knocked out the real estate agent, and the poor Easterner will have to succumb to this second Dick Tnrpin, who will size him up for all bo is worth, and what the real estate dealer failed to gobble up the plumber will surely get away with." It adds that the newspaper of Los Ange- es have suppressed the facts, and that ihey are fca given above. —The Tornado thought the ice nto- ries told in' last Monday's GAZETTE were pretty tough. Wonder what it will think of this one, told us to-day by a party. He says that on that same ilonday morning he walked down town with a friend, at the same time telling ilm a story which had been repeated to him the night before. During the recital he had spit two or three times n order to clear his throat. He was rather surprised that the friend did not augh, as the story was an exceptional- y funny one. The mystery was explained after they entered the friend's office, which thny found well warmed; 'or the whole story had frozen in bis mouth, and began to thaw out, and every word be had supposed he was ar- iculating came out clear and distinct, ind at the points where he had spit, as he thought, pellets of ice issued follow- ng the clearing noise he had made in his throat at the-, time. In short, the words and the expectorations had fro- en In his mouth and issued forth only after the thawing process bad begun , of course, we would not have the Tornado, or any one of our readers hlnk that we tell this as having; actually occurred; we'd have'to see it to be- ieve it, and even then we might doubt; >ut the Individual who told us declared t was so, and offered to bet us a quar- er, provided we'd leave the proof of it o his testimony. . . ' —Here is an actual occurrence. A ady of this community is an intimate riend of another lady, and one day while descanting upon the- merits ot er darling and only boy, told this riend that he was rather vain; his mustache is youthful and downy and venlngs he rubf, burnt cork upon it to irlng out the lines. Now this youth is ir was particularly partial to a daugb- ,er of his mother's lady friend, and his would be mother-in-law isn't nearly as oud of him as of his mother.. In truth he has spoken of him aa lazy and had iven her daughter Instructions not to ive him the slightest encouragement, 'he daughter dutifully acquiesced aud o loJ the old lady to believe she was s indifferent to the young man as was her mother, that she consented to et him take her daughter , out for a leighride one evening not long since* t being stipulated that she was to be ack home by nine o'clock. The ride ras taken, and the daughter came trip- Ing up the walk within a minute of le hour, and with rosy cheeks entered Lie room where her mother was seated waiting her return. Mamma looked p at miss aa she stood by the big amp, aud then with startled air, let er eyes fall upon a book she was read- ng. The movement was unnoticed y the daughter, whose radiant face evealed inner happiness. "Did you ave a pleasant ride V" presently asked marntna. "O delightful," replied the girl; then checking herself, she added, 1 That is to say, I enjoyed the ride." 'ha mother then changing her tone to ne of colder manner, asked, "You on't care for that lilly boy, do you, my ear ?" "O no, of course I don't mamma. I just barely tolerate him. Qf ourse I have to be polite."—Here mamma arose te her feet and walking up to miss, seized her hand with one f hers and taking the lamp in the other hand, led her to a mirror. "Tolerate, iolite, indeed; you've got every drop if the charcoal from that wretch's baby .mustache upon your lips and nose. How, go to bed, and if I ever catch you speaking to him again, I'll send you off to a convent for a couplsj of years.". —The Chicago Times of yesterday lad a somewhat lengthy article taken Irom the Omaha Herald, being an Interview had by a correspondent of that >a'per with a gentlemen now living at SJarysville, Cal The party Interviewed jeing then on a visit to Omaha, said that.fifteen years ago he, bis father aud mother and an elder brother left Whiteafde eounty_for California, and ;hat they stopped over at Courcil Bluffu. He was aoout nluteen years old and the last evening of their stay n the last named city, he went out by himself to see the town. He went to one saloon after another drinking at four or Uve and peeping in on an occasional game of faro, He got very full and finally visited one of the concert rooms of that then f ronteir town. He then lost consciousness, and when he awoke, he found himself by the side of a corpse. It was broad daylight, and he fuSd been robbed and pitched into an alley. He had been sleeping by the aide, of a dead man, who, too, likely was robbed and then murdered. What the GAZETTE would enquire Is, Who is the man telling this story to the Omaha paper? Whatman, then nineteen and who would now b« 84 yean old left Whiteside with father mother tuid elder toother atjd ti cow living »i CaLV Some Of our<H4«r a^Jgbt iw Pay YonrTaxe*. Tax books for Sterling township are now open at Sterling National Bank. Parties are requested to pay their personal taxes on or before Feb. suth. WM. A. CONNELLY, dwtf _Collector. James M. Fitzgerald's Restaurant. Meals at all hours; oysters in every stylp. Prices very reasonable. Under Reefer's drug store, corner 3rd and Locust streets. - • tf The books t f 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. Hard«n dwtf Any one who is affected ~with Tetter, Salt Bheum or any itching or smarting skin disease shonld try Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. They will certainly never regret it. It La guaranteed to give satisfaction if sold by Strlckler & Boorse. tf Piano and Organ Tuning And .repairing of the _above_is .my juslness. Persons having instruments out of order may leave orders at Werntz Go's. Music store. S3* W. E. Fox. All winter goods must be closed out make room for spring stock. Now s your time to save money. I. Wolf. 02 AChaare to Speculate. I offer for 10 days a few choice lota n First ward, Sterling, 111., at a price hat will give you a chance to make lome money. Come and see me at mce. tf GEO. W. ClIAMAKULIN. If your overshoes or rubbers wear bin at the heel, get a pair of plates put m at P. J. Unkel's. tf The Boston Store holds its own well. Its reputation for "bargains for the nubile it keeps. It does sell cheaper hau the cheapest and Intends to do BO. 01 Underwear cheap at I. Wolf's. 82 Dr. i. Bader, of Fulton, Kan., says: I have been practicing medicine for 7 years. Many times I have pre- crlbed Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy and do not believe it has an equal in he market.', It is a certain cure for oughs, colds and hoarseness. It is a plendid expectorant. It contains no pium, chloroform or any' injurious iy Strlckler & Boorse. tf Boys and children's overcoats at less ban manufacturer's prices. I. WOLF. _ '_ 02 You can do the best by going to the Boston Store, if you wish to buy a dress, r a shawl, or a cloak, or muslin, or annels, or gloves, or mittens or any- hlng else found in a dry goods store. 'rices are lower than anywhere else,- lerks accommodating; pleasure to how goods. Come and sue and be con- inced for yourselves. 01 Winter goods must be closed out at . Wolf's. 02 "Better late than never," but" better iever late when troubled with a cough r cold. Take Dr. Blglows* Positive Jure at once, which cures all throat nd lung troubles speedily and horoughly. Pleasant for children. Ocents and 81. For salu by O. A. Oiler. • . KewHhoe Bhop. " Men's boots and shoes half soled for 30 cents. Ladles' shoes half soled. Re- airing done neatly and at lowest rices, at M. B. Uixon's, one door west f Cochran's old stand. tf Closing out sale of winter clothing 11. Wolf's. 02 Public Mule. Wishing to emigrate to California or )regoh, I therefore offer my two farms or sale, on Saturday, February 18th, 888, at two o'clock p. m.; sale to be eld on our home farm, two and oneair: miles east of Sterling, situated in astern part of town of Sterling. My ome farm contains 120 acres of well mproved lund under the highest state cultivation with good fences; 20 cres of rye; 30 acres of pasture or hay ind, and balance under plow. And P Andreas farm contains 114 acres, of which 7 acres In winter wheat; SO acres f hay or pasture land; 60 acres of fall ilowing, and remainder corn-stalk ground, with good fences. Each farm lolds an insurance of 32000 on build ngs, for live years. Also 7>i acres of good timber. And Wednesday, Mar«h 4th, 1888, will be sold the stock of torses, cattle, farming implements.and household goods, if we find purchaser of said farms on day of sale. Long Ime will be given to purchaser of said 'arms with Interest at 7 per cent., if de- ilred, or cash in hand. Good titles, and abstracts furnished with each farm Taxes all paid for 1887. Possession iven of said farms the first day of April, 1888. J. MlfiHLBK. doowo Ivy Lodge D. of H. will hold a sociable at Union Lodge rooms, Saturday evening, January 28, at which time the officers elect for the coming term will be installed. All members of No.'s 3, S and US, with their families, are especially invited. Any choosing to contribute refreshments can do so. 00 Veschen' Examinations. Examination for teachers will be leld as fellows: Morrison, Feb. 4 Sterling, (Wallace School)Feb. 18; Fulton, Feb. 25: Prophetstowu, March 8 After the above dates, regular examinations will be held in my office at Morrison on the first Saturday of each month. Work will begin #ach morn at 9 o'clock. Applicants cbould supply themselves with legal-cap paper pens and ink. » B F. HEKDRIOKS, 90 County 8upt of Schools. continue full of lnt*r#*t. Afternoon teirice at S:SO, evwilag ««r- <rie«* tafia at 1 o'cltwH- Ooes« tialp la $k« sawdagj, • A conflict for possession. Whe your system becomes disordered do no let disease take possession. - Take S Patrick's Pills at once. They a,c promptly, cure costiveness and blllou disorders. They ward oft disease *nc tone up the whole system. Strickle & Boorse. tf The "C. H. S." is the finest 10 cen cigar on the market. TUe "Velvet and 87 for a 5 cent smoke can't be beat First class dealers, C H. Seloff, man ufacturer. tf A large stock of watches, clocks and silverware at cfark Giddlngs & Co'a. Also they do fine watch repairing, tf Hterltng Boomlnfr. Call on P. T. Van Home for plans and specifications for all kinds ol 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 Fiye & Davis. Thig goods must be Id within 20 days and will be -offered regardless of cost. dwtf PEOPLE'S COLUMN, ^-We will Insert three lines In this ool-^BI umn one time for 10 eents, or for 40 cents a week. Knell additional line will be 8 cents a slngla la- sertlon, or 18 cents a week. FOB BK!VT. UUBNISHED rooms, with conveniences for X 1 . heating,»nd board, at Mrs Krelder's, on id avenue, between <Ui and cth street*. U R ESIDENCE of E. W. Edson and the store room under Farwell Hall. Apply to J. A, McCune. tf D ONT sleeu out of doors when yon can gst a comfortable home for Irom six to seven dollars per month, of F. B. Hubbard. U O FFICES fbr rent In Bell block, being desirable, and finished In elegant shape. Apply to J. a. Bell & Hou. tf KOlt HALE. H ARD cna' nut, range and No 4; also, soft coal In large quantities, at lowest cash prices. John Ward. 83 F -WILL sell at auction on un farm, Wednesday Kebrunry 1; horses, cattle, hogs, farm nachlnery, com, oats and hay. O. Q. Keefer. CHANGE to make money. J. A. Bartlett _ offers one or both of his billiard parlors for e at » bargain. tf J OFFER for sale my entire stock of goods, with Its good will, on reasonable terms. 0. A. Sheets, successor to Martin & Klnule. tl Sterling, Ills., Deo. 17,1887. OOD light bob-sled *nd a democrat wagon. VJf Enquire at this office tl L LE lirowery and fixtures for sale. Address, George E. Rogers, Sterling, Ills. tf WANTED. A COMPETENT girl for general housework, r\. Good wages. Enquire at 601 West Fourth treet. tf B UY from 8 to 12 years old to live with family In the country until he Is 21. A good home with school privileges. Apply at this office, tf IMMEDIATELY, at the Wallace House, a girl L to work. 84 YOUNG Nurse girl, at 902 West Third 1\ street. • tf LOST. I N Tost Office, yesterday afternoon, a purst containing $2.24. Return to Bclen & Delwell- ir's store and receive reward. ' 90» POINTER FOR THE SKATES! SKATES! SKATE8I CUTLERY, CUTLERY, CUTLERY, HARDWARE & STOVES, At my new store on Third street, opposite Jacob Elsie's Merchant Taltortag establishment. Lewis D. Wynn Onr Htoelt U too Istrce «n* mast b« reduced mt once. Warranty with esusk KmatmiReat. 15.00 to 810.00 per Month. CIJT RATES COXTINVKD. CO., «alt iloue WRIGHT & WILLIAMS, PLUMBERS, GAS ft SUM FITTERS Jobbing mad Bepalrlnjt Promptly Attended to. Dealers In Lead and Wrought Iron Pipe. Wood and Irou Pumps, ol all kind. Hose, Packtaj Steam and water Guagea, ValTei, FtttUun Bewer Pipe, Oo. Estimated mad* on Plumbing, steam ft Qat Job* Mr, B, F. WILLIAMS, Formerly wlUj Win, MoCune & Co.. atttadt to wood and Iron pump Mttlog aod repair! uf. Mr. E, M, WEIGHT, Formerly with Uw Sterllnc Water Oo,. g\iet hit pcrnonal attontioa to all pluwbUtc, ateun OVK LAMP PALACB la eorapJete with tbe latest dejljjos is Hxaf laj E ad &cd Braoket laeipa, Burncri, Prtc** U> wit Uia Utun. Call tl* <it*a! UiBij aai K»r»k» wo** wanwtM. Ywu-9fsi<r* HI. *i«i* THE WILD WAVES ARE SATING, AND PASTE IT IN YOUR HAT, SISTER, THAT COCHRAN SELLS THE BBSLCIGABS. LEAST MONEY All Grades "of Tobacco AT LOWEST RATES. Notwithstanding Their (Rousing , , Holiday Trade Have Still A Fair Assortment of l -LOAKS& MUFFS STAPLE | FANCY <L<RYG004)S At their Usual (Reasonable Prices. Come one, come all. This rock shall flea From its firm base As soon as we. THE URLY BIRO KAT6HES THE WilM, OF MUSIC Qansiantly en hand. Uniform pr!c<! 10 cents a sopy. Stationery, (Books, School Supplies, Chalk Qray- ons. Into, all Kinds. Fuller's Book Store, IB Rock faUs,r-«T*» the Ofttae. The haetanan, Bnnard, will take parties to and from sterling to Dr. PoUookYoSJaa ireeot charge. I sun Prepared t« Farms, Citj Property \ Personal Property an Stocksofeoods F»r ether Property pa! CEO. W. CHAJHBEBUH.' BOOM 8, ACADEMY Of MUSIC. *r ffflce open evenings. /Come Down After ftnp- ' per and 81 1 by the OB«B «rat« and let n« Talk B fi 8 H B 8 —FOE THE— INDEPENDENT GROCER. THE H IVE GROCERY i the most Independent Grocery BOOM In Sterling. We make our prices and sell GOODS SO LOW That prices astonish ever; one. All good* Bold at the lowest living prices; no over-charging. A obud can BUY GOODS t the BEE B1TE a« low aa a grown person, •helargeit and finest stock to select Irom; every thing first-class. A large stock of Fine Cat, Plni andBmoklng TOBACCO'S Bought belore the recent advance*. The BBK HIVE customers get the benefit of the low prices before the advance. A large »tock ol Gilt Edge At 48 and M Cent* per Gallon, Book Candy Drlpa, pure white, at 78 Ce»U • per Gallon. EOCENE OIL Non explosive; the best oil sold In this market, at u low price M Inferior oils are sold elsewhere. 3ont be deceived and bur low test oils and run the'ruk of being burned an.. Bemember TOO buy the ~V3 TCJ^ ttlTT^ 'V^Y dT~%. TTTTT!^ " Jt»Jt±<R9 m. Jf. -E-4VJ' S_J Jtt At the BEE HIVK. Bnow FUke. Paragon, and Kansas Wlntar Wneat: all Boll«r PaUmts and all Winter Wheat: makes better aud whiter bread; keeps moist longer than Bjirinn W neat Flour. A genulB* article In Pennsylvania Buckwheat Hour 11* Ten thousand pounds sold last season- Btx thousand pounds sold ao far thin sea- ton. This flour has no equal In tills m&r- • krt; Is made by tbe latent process; patent ' nulled; no black specks. A floe stock ol Oanned ax,d Qri&d Fruits. California Fruits of ail kinds; Tbe GeoniM Down But MAPLE SUQAH1 R. I*. ICfMBf*©, vmm mmt

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