Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on January 26, 1888 · Page 3
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THE EVENING GAZETTS: THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1883. BARGAINS! Evening Gazette. THB Kvmrisf? OATTRTTB o*n be had at all the newsstand*. Frleerwo OBHTO. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 25. IWSi. SOC1KTIKH ASI> A3trHF.MF.VTI* Cloaks, Rock River Lodge No. 012, A. F. & A. M. First. C.irinthlau Ixidge Knights of 1'y- thias. BRKVITIEM. —Miss Minnie Caughey who has been ill for some time with typhoid fevpr is slowly convalescing. —Graudma Keefer has retained from Morrison, where »he went to see Miss Clara, who is still very 111 Indeed. —The "Q" trains, the onp;from Rock lalard and the other for Chicago each had two engines to pull them through. —Flenry Dement having"promiaed Jo Fifer Lee county, which Henry seema to think he holds in his little Shawls, Dress Goods, _*!*_ Blankets, Bed Comfortables, Knit Underwear, an Caps, —Mrs. R.B. Colcord Is quite sick^, —Mr. Z. T. Gait is somewhat better today. —Mm. W. H. McAllster Is confined to her bed by illness. ' V —fAn. George Sampson is confined to her home by illness. —Miss O'Conner, Western Union Telegraph Manager here, is ill. -—Chronological:~ To-day" is theaTnnl- vdrsary of the secession of Louisiana. —Chronological: Michigan was admitted into the Union 51 years ago today—la 1(S». —Conductor Boynton's train due here last night was delayed some twelve hours on account of a "stuck" coal train between Paw Paw and Shabbona. —Beginning Monday, Feb. 0, the Windsor Theater Chicago, will run the new play "Town Lots," which Is expected to create a fur,ore. —Btrickler's butter color team got on a lark last night and after a good run tried to batter down the Iron fountain on Broadway. They didn't do that but they did manage to break harness and damage the cutter somewhat, —Last night was Miss Nellie Over- holser'a birthday and so some fifty of her friends proceeded to her homo bearing refreshments and the present of a handsome rocking chair. Her father likewise remembered h»r with a liandsome gift. The evening wai spent very pleasantly Indeed. —The hired girl at Mr. B. C. Church's a day or two ago threw down a match Into a tub of clothes setting In a bathtub, 'she supposing the flame of the match had expired. The result was the burning up of the clothes, many artl- eles of which were expensive. The fire L eggins, Hosiery, Gloves, Mitten *!•_ Corsets, Bustles, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, And many other Goods to be sold very CHEAP FOR GUSH To reduce stock before invoicing. OA.IX AWD SEE. did no further damage. —Bert Bard plead guilty before Justice Alexander yesterday afternoon to a charge of permitting minors to play billiards In bis place, and was assessed a flbe of 830 and costs. He was nn- able to pay it and was consigned to the lockup, where he will have to stay 70 days, unless friends come to his rescue. '; —The Sterling Pleasure Club's dance In the Gait House last night was en- gaeed In by about thirty couples, and was kepi up until about one o'clock J Professor Buck furnished the music In highly creditable manner and the affair was a delightfully .pleasant one to all engagecfin it. —Saturday next, the sun sets at five o'clock; the moon rises Immediately afterward, being at that time completely within the earth's shadow. An bonr and nine minutes later (at 6.-09) it will begin to emerge from the shadow, and an hour and one minute later (at 7:10) it will be clear; but for an hour and two minutes later, it will be In the exterior shadow, or penumbra. Let all bear this in mind. • —Married, yesterday, at the residence of the officiating clergyman, Bev.N. H. G. Fife, Matthew Crlchton and Elizabeth Coats, both of Jordan, Ten years ago the groom was a pupil of the editor in a Jordan school and if he proves as good a husband as he was an obedient and tractable scholar, it will be all that bis wife can ask of him. The bride is a very estimable young lady. May their married life be a happy one. —Mr. David' KaufTman driving home from Bound Grove yesterday afternoon, found a man lying in the snow'a mile this side of Empire, in an insensible condition. He placed him on his sleigh, rubbed .and chafed him and finally brought him to. He then-wished Kauffman to belt him on the nose that it might appear he had < been beaten and robbed. Kauff man had met him previously in a wagon; but his team had got away from him and came to town, but a lot 61 the contents of his wagon, drinkables, were scattered along the roadside, from the point where he was found into the city limit. —Johnnie Crawford is settled down at Kansas City in business with Mr. Patterson, and now speaks of Sterling as a city that used to be bis place of habitation.. We thought of John as a fixture here, and never supposed he'd be contented elsewhere; but he declares that be has gained many pounds in flesh, is in excellent health and doing well in business. We're glad that be Is satisfied and that conditions are all favorable. Still his heart warms up at mention of Sterling and his memory often calls up pleasant scenes and faces in his boyhood and young manhood's home. —Judge Grinnell is to preside at the February term of the circuit court Report says he can have the Democratic nomination for Governor, if he wishes it. His fame in connection with the successful prosecution of the Anarchist*, together with his general ability M prosecutor for Cook county makes him in the estimation of many a very available candidate for chief executive of the State. But thli is a Presidential year; Illinois has a big Republican majority, and party lines are drawn taut The Republicans will probably run a very available and popular man, anyway, and it is not likely that the Damoerau can ciomintte • man who would r>:u ahe»d of bin ticket u!<#e tbau * tiouAsiscS -jr go votes. In a Pr«»U0aU*l year » aoasUiailon js la f, $t*i* in vest pocket, Jo breathes free and easy' now. —Judge Grinnell says he don't wish the Democratic nomination for Governor, but does not say he will not accept it. It looks as if he'd be a candidate, after all. —Mr. Moses J. Wentworth, nephew of Long John Wentworth, is in the county, looking Into the claims of Mrs. Harriet M. Tuller, of Prophetstown to certain north .side Chicago property. The GAZETTE published a^full fclstory of this claim some time ago. Long John Wentworth purchased this property and held It awhile; hence his present Interest Interest In It. Many of the present owners of the property have settled with Mrs. Tuller's attorney. —Mr. Frank Bunn Is here from New York, having arrived on Tuesday evening. He will leave on Saturday for his new post of duty at Sacramento, in the mechanical engineering department of the Central Pacific railroad. He is to be congratulated upon bis good fortune In securing so desirable a position, and especially upotfwinnlng it through his own merits. It Is seldom that so young a man secures such speedy recognition of his talents In hU profession. * —Constant confirmation of the un- deslrablllty of Southern California as a place of residence. A paper, the Sioux City Journal, sent us by Hon. A. A. Terrell says the land boom cannot possibly last'through n?xt summer. Already the newspapers of that region are laden with advertisements of lands for sale,—a bad sign, showing that buyers are decreasing, it might have added that its chiefest attraction "genial climate'Vis gone—the late blizzard wiping it out. —In the wood works of the Novelty Iron Works this morning, a stove pipe Pay Yenr Taxen. 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. James M. Fitzgerald's Restaurant. Meals at all houre; oysters in every style. Prices very reasonable. Under Reefer's drug store, corner Srd'and Locust streets. tf of a cannon stove fell down and water was poured in to put out the fire. Charles Long, a Swede, an employe was in front as the water was poured in the stove, and he was badly scalded on the left arm from the wrist well up to the shoulder, the skin peeling off at once from about the elbow. Dr. Keefer was called in to attend the suffer, who will be laid up for three or four weeks. —A couple driving a sleigh last night had'a narrow escape from serious injury, owing to the shortness of the traces. The animal frightened by the sleigh fetching up against its heels, would so increase Its speed as to cause the driver to pull on the lines, which but served to Increase the assaults upon the horse's rear. It was an exciting scene and when finally the animal reached the stable where It was owned, it was a relief not only'to the occupants of the sleigh, but also to the spectators, who expected momentarily to see the horse use dts heels. It was found that the horse's heels were badly cut and this morning it is well "stove up." —Our neighbors at Dlxon are superlatively happy. It is finally settled positively that the Anglo Swiss condensed milk factory .'is to go there. The Telegraph of yesterday announces the fact and gives the details. The land, 25 acres, is purchased; the build- Ing will cost 9200,000; 250 hands will be employed and it will require 0,000 cows to supply the demand. The Illinois Central has agreed to run side tracks and do other needful things. This information Is reliable. .The factory will be put up during the coming season. Truly when one considers Dixon College the shoe factory and the condensed milk factory, he feels like saying, Some towns are bom to luck, some towns achieve luck and some towns have luck thrust upon them, and of the latter Dixon is undeniably. —M. y. Johnson, who has won unenviable notoriety because of his war record, a lawyer of Galena, has called-a convention of lawyers of this district, to meet at Freeport today, to nominate a candidate for judge. Mr. Johnson's authority to call a convention Is about as substantial as would be his right to to assume the dictatorship of Illinois. We do not know bow numerously bis convention is attended, but a man going out before the people with M. Y. Johnson's endorsement on his back, would sUnd about as much chance of an election as would a Republican can- dldats for Governor in Kentucky or Texas." That convention had better adjourn without doing-anythlng, unless it happens that Mr. M. Y. Johnson has a deep-eeated grudge against somebody and wishes to nominate him so he can Be laid out —Our townsman, John S. Stager, Esq., has with his ingenious hands and by the help of his lathe made a miniature spinning wne*l, and flax wheel complete; the kind that our great grandmothers used. And the remarkable thing about It is that he should be able to call up the machines in all their parts, and reproduce them perfectly Retired from active business, Mr. Stager finds amusement and recreation m making divers ornaments and useful things for the household. HU own home and those of bis children contain many truly beautiful and elegant articles of hia manufacture,—clocks, brackets, frames, bask eU,boxes, etc. To our tnifd. though, his latest effort is peculiarly interesting to ua, recalling the old plantation of boyhood, where the hum of the wheel* of which tb«*e are mw.h sd»lr*l)i« wuaUrfait*. could b& U«aH from ra*y more So dew; sv» No Mlatafcc. Good Russet oranges at 20 cents per doz., fancy Valencia ornages at 30 cts per dot., Immense large Florida oran- gea at 50 cts per doz. i hoice figs at 10 cts per pound. Fine Bananas at 25 cts per doz. and candles and. the finest groceries and fresh meats at Tumbleson's. 02 1OO Ijot* for *>Ie. On 2d avenue Sterling Ills at 8100 each, to be paid fer in installment of 85 per month. THeselotsTre^gblng" like hot cakes ; call and see the plat at the office of GEO. W. CHAMBERLIN. Any one who is affected with Tetter, Salt Rheum or any Itching or smarting skin disease should try Chamberlain's Eje and Skin Ointment. They will certainly never regret it. Itis guaranteed to . give satisfaction if sold by Strlckler & Boorse. tf Piano and Organ Tnntnc And repairing of the above is my business. Persons havin^lnstruments out of order may leave orders at Werntz Go's. Music store. 03* ' W. E. Fox. All winter goods must be closed out to make room for spring stock. Now is your time to save money. I. Wolf. 92 A. conflict for possession. When your system becomes disordered do not let disense take possession. Take St. Patrick's Pills at once. They act promptly, cure costlveness and bilious disorders. They ward off disease and tone up the whole system. Strlckler & Boorse. ' tf The "C. U.S." is the finest 10 cent cigar on the market. The "Velvet" and 97 for a 5 cent smoke can't be beat First class dealers, C II. Seloff, manufacturer. A large stock of watches, clocks and silverware at Clark Giddings. & Go's. Also they do fine watoh repairing, tf Sterling Boomlar. Call on P. T. Vanllorne 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 8old_her stock to Fiye & Daviii. This goods must be s Id within 20 days and will be offered regardless of cost. dwtf The books of Mrs. 8. 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 PEOPLE'S COLUMN, WWe will Insert three lines In this co- umn one time for 10 cents, or for « cents a week! Each additional line will be 8 cent* a single Insertion, or 16 cent* a week. *'OK KE1VT. ~ F URNISHED ronms, with conveniences-for lieatlDR.and board, at Mrs Krclder's, on 2d avenue, between 4th and 6th street*. tj |»EVIDENCE of K. W. Edson and the store rv room under Farwell Hall. Apply to J. A. McCune. • tf e to Speculate. I offer for 10 days a few choice lots 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. CHAMBEUHN. We can announce the appearance Monday evening of the funniest of all comedies by Gus Wolford, entitled ''A High Old Time." The company presenting the comedy is first class. The artists are Gus and Arnold Wolford, last season comedians with the AAround-the—Wwld-^n—Elghty-Dsjs" Co.;",Geo. A. Weller, the past two seasons with the Frank T. Frayne Co.; Steward Allen, of the Silver King Co.; Henry Barlow, of the Minnie Palmer Co.; Miss Marlam Nevada, late leading lady of Gardiner's Only A Farmer's Daughter Co.; Mamie Shepard, of Agnes Hendon Co.; Nellie Lawrence, of the World Com'pauy, and many others of equal note. Of 'course the company will draw a large house as It is really of merit. The New York World speak« In the following glowing terms: "A High Old Time opened at .the Windsor Theatre last night to a packed house. The laughter and applause was almost deafening. Gus and Arnold Wolford made a big hit."—[Diron Telegraph. ^ 92 If your overshoes or rubbers wear vhin at the heel, get a pair of plates put on at P. J. Unkel's. tf T"VONT sleep out of doors when you can (ret \J comfortable house for Irom six to »ev< dollars per month, of F. B. Uubbard. a •en tf O FFICES for rent In Bell block, being deslr- able and finished In elegant shape. Apr se n ply to J. tt. Bell «i Bon. tt FOK BALK. H ARD era' nut, range and No 4; also, soft coal In large quantities, at lowest cash prices. John Ward. w I WlLLsellatauctlonon mi farm, Wednesday Kebruiry 1; horses, cattle, hogs, farm machinery, com, oats aud hay. G. O. Keefer M CHA^Etomako money. J. A. Bartlett illllard parlors for A. offers one or both of iifs b sale at » bargain. tt 9£ F i EK for , sale , m * entlre . with Its good wMLmi rsMonablfi-tcrnls __ 0, •ATBUUeWrfiUccessorto Martin & KJntzle tf Sterling, Ills., l>ec. 17, 1887. OI) light bob-sled >-nd a democrat wagon. Enquire at this office tf A LE Brewery and fixtures for sale. Address, Oeorno E. Rogers, Bterllng. Ills. . tf WANTED. Underwear cheap at I. Wolf's. 92 Dr. I. Rader, 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 Boys and children's overcoats at less than manufacturer's prices. I. WOLF. ' ' 92 To St. Paul and Botui n •» 78 Via. Burlington route, C. B. & Q. R. R. tickets on sale Jan. 25th to Feo. 2nd good for return until Feb. 6th. Account Qf Ice Carnival. 92 Winter goods must be closed I. Wolf's. out at 92 "Better late than never," but better never late when troubled with a cough or cold. Take Dr. BIglows' Positive Cure at once, which, cures all throat and lung troubles speedily and thoroughly. Pleasant for children. SOcents and 81. For sale by O. A. Oliver. Sew Hhoe Shop. Men's boots and shoes half soled for 60 cents. Ladies' shoes half soled.--Repairing done neatly and .at lowest prices, at M. B. Hixon's, one door west of Cochran's old stand. tf Closing out sale at I. Wolfs. of winter clothing 92 Meetings continue full of Interest at Broadway Methodist Church. Afternoon service at 2:30, evening services begin at 7 o'clock. Como along friends and help in the meetings. 98 THE PASTOR. A good chance to attend the ice carnival. The C. & N. W. R'y will sell round trip tickets to St. Paul at one fare for the round trip, from January 24th to February 2d; limited to February flth. M See Co. the new tf , ad of N. Carpenter & The Boston Store Is an attractive place. The goods are brand new, the store has plenty of light; you can see what you »r« buying; the clerks are patient, polite aud accommodating; the prices are lower than the lowest You will- find there a compete assortment of dres« good* of all kind*, trimmings; tnunUus, ipooi thread; tlanueU, hosiery, conwta; qullu, Waaksta, in fact, variety of good* sold in aay dry «*«*. T*jr u»; *«* our prta will 4iaoot«r Us»} w» mm't te «u«t*r A COM PKTENTRlrl for general homework, Good wages. Enquire at "" "— street. 601 West Fourth tf B MY from 8 to 13 years old to live with family In the country until he Is 21. A good home with ochool privileges. Apply at this office, tt FINANCIAL. HAVE (2000 to loan on city or (arm proper- Edward C. Underwood. • a ty. THE WILD WAVES ARE SATING, AND PASTE IT IN • YOUR HAT, SIbTER, SHEETS or MUSJO Constantly on, hand. Uniform pr!c«i lopfrt? a copy. Stationer]/, (Books, School Supplies, Chalk Crayons. Inks, all Ulinds. Fuller's Book Store, O. jr. HfOlfa "A'AIBI*. «T<ur the Fact Offlee I. , Office. ^p jreoof charge. 1 ant Prepared to Farms, City Property r-j vPersonal Property an ^J | \ Stocksof goods C/1 ° \ For other Property GF.O. W. CHAJtBKBLIS. BOOM 8, ACADEMY OF MUSIC, THAT £ CO ,_, _ , fffloe open erenlngt. . , » /Com* Down After Snp- J*j / per and Sit bythe Open •"• / Urate and let n> Talk Bnalneaa. B B B Q B 8 COCHRAN SELLS THE BEST CIGARS —FOE THE— LEASIMONEY All Grate of Tobacco AT LOWEST RATES. 4 POINTER FOR SKATES! SKATES! SKATES! CUTLERY, HARDWARE & STOVES, At my new store on Third itreet. opposite Jacob Mule's Merchant XallorlBg eatabuiilunout. Lewis D. Wynn Our HttM-k U too lor are and mtwt be f educed at once. Warranty with each Instrument. 45.00 to £10.00 per Month. CUT BATES CONTISUKD. CO., Halt Houe Bleeh. WRIGHT & WILLIAMS, PLDMBERis GAS ft STEAM FITTERS. Jobbing and Repairing Attended to, Oeal«n (n Lead and Wi aad Iron Pui Steam and ' tfcswei Hoe, Ballmatei uiadeou fluaiDtog.steuDliOu Joba Mr, B, F. WILLIAMS, formerly with Wra. it«Cua« ft Co.. attwtdt to wood tou Iron piusp setting and repalrloc. Mr. E. M, WEIGHT, formerly with Uu» Stcrilnj Water Co.. tin* hU personal atienUeuto all pluiubioc. stdaia a&d fta eoutr»itai, ^^ 01 B l.AH«> PALACB In , Stoodlied Bmofcet Uwu*. Bunwr*. fat rrWM W toft Mw Uaw«. 0*U fctrtfc* W 'Notwithstanding Their (Rousing Holiday Trade <r " - • Have Still Fair Assortment OT CLOAKS & MUFFS STAPLE FANCY GOODS - At their Usual . . * ' i (Reasonable Prices. Come one, come all, This rock shall flea From its firm base As soon as we. THE UFU.Y BIRD MATCHES THE WOBM. INDEPENDENT GROCER THE GROCERY Is the most Independent Grocery House In Sterling. we make our prices and tell GOODS SO LOW over-charging. A child can <BUY GOOfib AttheBKE HIVE as low as » grown person. Tbelancit and finest stock lo select from; e A Iarge "° Ck * * ln<)Cut - * TOBACCO'S BouKht before the'recent advnncos. Tna BKE HIVE custometi get the benent of the low prices before the adnuice. A larca stock of Gilt Edge 13F3RS At *H S a * J<l BO **>»»• Per Gallon. Hock Candy Drips, pure white, at »« Cental •" pec Gallon. ^ EOCENE OIL Non exploslre; the best oil sold In thli market. « »> low price as Inferior oils are sold cUewher*. I)on^ b« deceived and buy low test oils and rua » the risk of being burned up.. K«momber VOH buy the . Itjf "Ky fi& r • ^ "B.^"*" ^"^. 'Uf T M * JatMlisSf M. Jt 1 -I_^C_HJ JtMi AttheBKE HrVE. Bnow Flake, Paragon. and KanaasWInUr Wheat: all Hollar Fatrnta and all Winter Wheat- makes better and whiter ' bread • keeps moist longer ihaa Spring Wheat Flour. A genulo* article In JPennaylyaula Buckwheat Hour!! »effp»A« ft TO • Canned and Qried Fruits. California Fruita of aH kinds; Tlia Ger.ulne Down E&at MAPLE SUGAR!

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