Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on February 14, 1888 · Page 3
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THE EVENING GAZETTE: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1885. v* tf A o 0 +» 02 1 •u 03 •H « 0 9 +8 3D 0 •n ae T3 0 0 i 0 a c a a Evening Gazette. THB BmHisn GAZETTO can tie hvl it all the nsw« stands. Price TWO CENTS. ^ TUF.HDAY. FKB. 14. 1888. HOOIKTIF.HIAKD A!W tSF.MEVTW TO-!«IWHT. Cliimeaof Xormandy by the Wednesday Club. - IIRKTITIKH. Q n •i fc. 13 » 0 X & § •0 fi 3 .a v ® 0 t p*» It! 0 -Mrs. A. J. McNiel is quite sick. — Him to Mr. and Mrs. Will Freeman, of Gait, a daughter. —Horn to Mr. and Mrs. John ZeroU, on Tuesday B boy; weight 14 Ibs. —The verdict of the jury in the Austin vs. Westphal was in favor of Westphal. —L. L.Mohnson of the gallant 34th Illinois, was mustered into the ft. A. H. last night. —The air grew colder last night and there has been very little me'ting of snow to-day, in consequence. —Jacob Trftisher has sold hl8 pacing filly, Daley H, two Tears old to Mr. Frank Baer. It always pays to raise good stock. / —Mr. George D. Lee a former resident, but now of Chicago, has bbught the Wilson property in the First ward, consideration 8800. —This afternoon the case of the First National Bank of Morrison vs. Jennings came up for trial. This is a Bohemian oats case. —Quite a number of friends nccom panled the remains of Miss Clara Keefer from Morrison. The pallbearers were six young gentlemen of that city. —It shows wonderful ingenuity on the part of their authors in getting up the many kinds of sociables which the various churches give from time to time. • ."'••. —Remember the upper dam meeting. The committee purposes continuing these meetings right along until the work Is consummated. Meeting on Wednesday night in the council rooms. —The editor acknowledges receipt of an invitation to attend the commencement exercises of Hfthnanran Medical College, Chicago, Feb. IB, next; sent with the compliments of Doctors J. K. Ebersole, W. B. Carolus and F. J. Scott, all of Whiteside. 'No man can tell what a day may bring forth," applies to the weather hereabouts; only it appears to be necessary to insist upon it that in speculation upon It, it is just as well to conclude that it will be somewhat cold. —Following are the representatives of G. A. R. to attend the annual State encampment at Springfield beginning tomorrow: Senior Vice Commander Harrison was appointed, to take Commander Dillon's place; Capt. J. W. Niles and Capt. A. H. Hershey. —When snow and Ice begins to melt, as soon as an inch or so of water covers the surface then the process of melting is very slow indeed,—on the principle that the water is a retarder of the suns rays, it also receiving a measure of chill from the ice and snow beneath it. ' ' . . . —To-morrow being Ash Wednesday, Episcopalians and Catholics tind to-day the last they may give to amusements for forty days to come. The Catholic churches of the city will hold regular services through the lenten period, and the Episcopal, church on Wednesday and Friday of each week. —A committee of three haa been ap- poluted by the Will Robinson Post, G. A,R. to select a speaker for Decoration day. It is the sentiment of the Tost that a speaker ot great prominence from abroad should be secured, in order to add to the interest and consequently insure an unusually large attendance. Following 1 is the committee: Capt. J. W. Niles, Capt, AVilliara Parker and Capt. A. H. Hershey. —Following is the committee appointed by Commander Moses Dillon, of the G. A. R. Post upon Soldier's Monument: A. Bayless, K W. Blossom, Capt. J. W. Niles, Capt Wm. Parker and C. Elsele. Capt. Moses Dillon was added to.the list by vote and made chairman. A committee of live prominent citizens will be appointed also and the same be announced at an early day. This matter is one that appeals at once to patriotism and gratitude. A number of smaller cities of the country have already reared handsome moun- ments to their dead soldiers and Sterling, so live and enterprising, should not be behind them. -The New York Spirit of the Times speaks as follows of Larch wood: •From the very beginning Mr. W. A- Sanborn, proprietor of Larchwood Stud, Sterling, 111., has issued an annual catalogue which we regard as a modfcl for breeders. It is printed in legible type and says no more of each animal than is absolutely necessary. The. catalogue for 1888 contains the pedigrees and descriptions of 123 animals, the ma- jot ity of which are standard." After speaking at some length of the horses Capoul, Combat, Benefactor and Yao it goes on to say: "Mr. Sanborn has not yet decided what to do with- Wil liams. Last season he started fifteen times, winning eleven first moneys, two second moneys, third and fourth moneys once, each. lu his two, three, our and five-year-old form he trotted ilrty races, winning over fifty heats n 2-.30 and better, and was never un>laced. This is a record no other station has to his credit." The Spirit of ;he Times then proceeds to speak of the >rood mares in terms of praise. It also predicts for Brown, now owned by J. I. Case,{ but bred at Larchwood a wonderfully fast record this season. The article concludes with an injunction to carefully examine the young stock department of the catalogue at containing animals of the finest pedi gree. Praise from to high a source ft* this la prfci** intlaad. —Work at the ^rell (natural gas 'projecting) is suspended on account of non • arrival of pipes which should have been here before this lime. —Numbers of people remark to us: How many strangers ona sees on the street now-a-days, and how many people there are In town anyway. —Will parties interested please report actual real estate transactions to this office V Also any other matters indicating business activity. —Those whojjurposs building residences or other houses daring the coming year will oblige us by giving us their immes, not for publication necessarily, but for our own information. —On account of "the giving of the Chimes of Normandy, the entortain- ment part of the i'. P. A. S. of the 4th street M. E. church will be postponed, leaving only a short business meeting at half past seven. —A small boy accosted us this morn- Ing with: "I say, Mr. Editor kin I arest a boy for sesdin me a waluntlne that calls me a donkey?" And he-pulled out of his pocket a crumpled illtjBtra- tion of that much abused animal. We told him we thought that if he could locate the Individual positively and could prevail upon his father to begin suit against thi father of the offeuder for t espass on the case;damages might be allowed by a sympathizing jury made up of men who bad themselves suffered from the same cause; but unless he got hold of a jury every member of which had received an objectionable valentine which lacerated his feelings beyond degree, that the chances were rather against bringing the youth to grief. Presently a bright thought struck the little twelve-year-old, and said he: "There's no law agin' my lick- in' him if the Marshal don't find it out is there '(" and before we could express an opinion upon this new point he ran off. A couple of hours later ho willed at our oflice, and he had a handber chief bound over one eye and apiece of black court-plaster over his ^pper lip. "I say, s'pose you don't say nawthin' 'bout me an that waluntine. 1 reckon I made a tnistake. He weighed 'bout ten pounds more'ji I did. I beginned the fuiss by tellin' him he was a sneak fur sendin sich a valentine and a hlttin' him under the chin. That was the last pass I got. at him, and you see what he done for me, and ef it hadn't a 'been for Jim (the editor leaves oil the rest of the name) I wouldn't had got up here to tell ye. Next time he can cull me a g'ralf, hipperpotermuss, donkey and clown all in one, and I'll stand it without a word. But say, Mr. Editor, its'party hard to get a walintlne an a lickin' from the same fellow all on the same day." We promised not to give away names, and the youth departed, somewhat comforted but infinitely puz- zle'l over the incomprehensible mysteries of life. —Again death is iu our midst and has taken away Mrs. Beuiah Brown Giddings, who died ntt'ie residence of her son, Mr. S. P. Giddings,last evening at a few minutes $ifter ten o'clock. She was born In Pawlet, Vt,, March 29, 180C, and afterwards removed with her parents to Poultney, ^Vt., where she married July 10, 1829' Mr. D. N. Old- dings. She and her husband lived for 39 years on a farm in the south p»rt of Poultney; thence they went to Rutland, in 1808, to live with their son, arid in February 1878 accompanied him to Sterling. In 1882 (Feb. 1.) her husband was thrown from a carriage and was so injured that he lived but an hour Before her marriage she united with the Congregational church and she died believing and trusting in that Saviour whom she had served and loved for more than sixty years. She leaves two children, Mr. S. P. Giddings and the wife of Mr. Norman Clark, the son and son-in-law constituting the firm of Clark, Giddings & Co., of this city. The deceased was one of those beautiful characters whom it was a delight to know; possessed of the Christian graces of gentleness, forebearance, patience, charity and kindness. She filled all her life duties well; a loving, faithful wife, a fond, tender mother, a devoted follower of Christ. She died, full of years, passing away as one falls asleep. Such a life is worthy of study and worthy of record, attesting as it does the strength and beauty of uprightness life. —Many of our exchanges are getting off pleasantries 6n the proposed dam and other proposed Improvements at Sterling. All right, brethren of the press.. Just keep it before your readers, and you may make fun or be serious aa it pleases you. Sterling Boomlnfr. > Call on P. T. Vanllorne for plans and speciilcations for all • kinds of buildings and cut of same. tf See the new ad of N. Carpenter & Co. tf Try St. Patrick's Pills and compare their effect with any other Kind made. They contain the good properties of the older preparation, in the market combined with the most valuable medicines discovered In modern times. As a cathartic and liver pill, St. Patrick's are perfection. Sold by Strickler & Boorse. • tf The Drummer Boy of Shiloh.Fab.ai. . - tf More substantial benefit can be obtained from a 50 cent bottle of Dr. Biglow's Positive Cure than a dollar bottle of any other cough remedy. It Is a prompt, safejand pleasant cure for all throat and lung troubles. For sale by O. A. Oliver^ Hnw-Mlll running order, bring on WM. CHAMER. In good your logs. 308* PEOPLE'S COLUMN. nsert three lines In this col-"^ umn one time for 10 eents, or lor 10 cents a week. Kach additional line will be 5 cents a single Insertion, or 16 cents a week. ~ KOB BALK. riMIHEE fine colts,—one ShaclteUord, one full I brother to Newton's trotter, and one Cleveland buy. Enciulre of J'icoh Elsele, Jr. 3 ,\>w Addition to F.nnt Kock Fall*. 1 (\f\ I.OT9 for sale nt a great reduction and AUU on easy terms, Tlicsa lots are 63 by 178 feet. Now Is tliu time to buy. Apply to W. N. Haskcll, Exclusive Agent. t£ A T auction, on the W. H. Whlpple farm, on the 2l»t of February- at noon; cattle, horsan, shouts, tools, wigons, and buggies. • 8* C OKD wood, hackberry . X 00 a cord, delivered. Frank Co> hran's, i lieuben ItamsdeU'a and ash, for sale. . Leave orders at or lislen & Dclweller's, or G OOD light bob-sled ;-nil a democrat wapm. Enquire at this office tf A LR Brewery and fixtures for sale. George E. Rogers, Sterling, Ills. .Address, tf KOK KKMT. T WO dwelling houses; will be vacant March 1. Apply to J. A. ucoroff. a You can see a splendid lot of spring styles of woolens of latest designs at Jacob Eisele's. They are regular beauties and no mistake. Ba measured for a stylish suit at moderate prices. 9 A —The Good Book saturated with excellent counsel for man's guidnncei has within ita pages this: "Precept upon precept; line "upon line; here a little and there .a little;" and these w rds aptly illustrate the manner of bringing about publly improvements aud public reforms. Man's chief weakness is to bo content with what is about him, or, at least, to be unwilling to make experiment at improvement. In all innovation there is risk, and he who has toiled hard for what he has must have strongest and mightiest assurance that he will personally and Immediately bene'fitted ere he will stake his earnings upon that which is new, and mismanagement of which will bring him measurable financial distress. This should not be found fault with. Conservatism is needful to the world. If all were Imbued of spirit of experiment and speculation, the world would fly to pieces in a brief apace of time. But by dint of persistent effort; by saying thla to-day and that to-morrow; by meeting all objections and by show- Ing all advantages; by taking the examples of those who have tried and succeeded, a sufficient number are finally won over to propose projects to effect their alms and ends. But it is by precept upon precept; here a little aud there a little and in this way only. We advert to this now to perauade those who get weary and worried sometimes because desired improvements do not come soon enough for them. Again is suggeated a Scriptural injunction: "In your patience, -possess ye your seuls.'' W 1th. Buch certain advantages aa are enjoyed In our locality,'the promised improvements are absolutely certain to come about; it is only a question of time. Does any one' suppose for a moment that half or tvro thirds the power of Ilock river will be suffered to run on undisturbed to the sea? or that the vast granary and pastures around Sterling and Rock Falls will not develop an infinitely larger population ? or that our people .will do without sewerage? or street railroads? or city building V or other suggested and needful things y As soon make us believe that a great tract of rich country would be suffered to remain unsettled in the heart of thUr continent; or the coal beds would remain undeveloped. This civilization of ours demands and insists upon utilization of all possible means of making money and upon bringing about such enterprises as will conduce to comfort, happiness and peace of a people. It is all and only a question of time. If it don't come to UR, our children will enjoy it. It is natural for us to want to enjoy it, too; and we will. JJut, certain as that the world advances, sure as that men age, sure as that blessings multiply upon th 'Be who labor therefor, just so truly aud surely will our two towns grow and prosper—adding to population aud wealth and all iu good time, too. It is only needful to keep pegging away not give way to despondency, but ad( precept unto precept; line onto line here a UtUe and there a little; until a! thall learn to fcppraciat6,»pprehaad uu dwlre U>» thtoga thftt art n*«Uu). tor Hale. 1 will offer for a few days my remaining 4 lots in Park Place at a bargain as 1 want to dispose of them. Call on GEO. W. CHAMHF.KLIN and learn terms and prices. C. GOSIIKKT. •___ tf HtniuUnl. The best sewing machine made. No stop and start to shuttle while sewing, but one continuous circular motion. It will make three stitches as often as other machines make two. 2500 stitches per minute. Buns still and easy. Call and see it at L.L.Johnson's 309 Slew KntlDB House. S. Mann .has started a new eating house at No. UOO 1st avenue. Meals served at all hours, at reasonable rates. 8 R KHIDENCB of E. W. Edson aud the store room under Farwell Hall. '-- ' ' HcCune. Apply to J. A. D ONT sleep out of doors when you can get a comfortable house for from six to seven dollars per month, ot F. B; Hubbard. tf Very, t- Very Pretty, BIG ASSORTMENT —AT— Fuller's Book Store, Office In Boek Vnilm, over the Oflice. The hackman, Bocurd, will take parties to and from Starling to Dr. Pollock's offlo* jreeot charge. $50000 fortk cf . pertjioldu Jiistj \ ' S-A ioo Lots in Sterling sold 10 is »ay». — A lewBsrnim n CEO. W. CHASIBKBLIH. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. STERLING. 1U* E.S °"^ ' SjBl gW3.t»E site Vw^8« BARGAINS W g" /Barjralna to Lots, BargatasN E j 97 In Honses and Lota. \«. ' tton BiiUiip For Silt ni Ent! /The Present Prices will not be contlnusdN long fora Boom Is approaching. O FFICES for rent In Bell block, being desirable, and finished In elegant shape. Apply to J. It Bell & Hon. tf You can have made at Jacob .Eisele's a fine fitting spring suit from his just received latest spring styles .of woolens of all designs. A big stock to choose from. Call at once. 3 Exquisite! DID YOU EVER? SELLS THE BEST CIGARS —FOB THE- LEAST MONEY All Grades of Tobacco AT LOWEST RATES. THE CHILD RECOVERED;— My little girl, aged seven y eai s, was afflicted with a severe cough and cold. She could not sleep but coughed almost incessantly. I was induced by a friend to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was astonished at the immediate relief it gave her and the cure it produced. I would not be without it iu the house for any price. I have tried many remedies for coughs and colds, but this is superior to anything I have ever tried. Prof. J, M. MEHAN, Capitol City Commercial College, Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Strickler & Boorse. tf A large stock of watches, clocks and silverware at Clark Giddings & Co's. Also they do fine watoh repairing, tf The Boston Store is located on Third street, opposite the First National Bank. If it were not cold weather and unpleasant to stand for a moment out on tae street, you could tell where it was by pausing a moment to see where the crowd of buyers goes. It is_there that you get bargains every day in the wee l £> _always something attractive that is sold at a way down bottom figures, besides selling everything in the dry goods line at the lowest prices, the best of goods and the latest styles always in stock. 308 i)on't forget that Keeney & Harrison have a few plans for houses and are agents for Asbestos fire proof roofing and metal shingles. See samples. ___ _ _ M ' The value of though cannot be .told. -Just so with the best of 'everything. Take Dr. Biglow's Positive Cure for all throat and lung troubles, if you appreciate a speedily and thorough cure. Pleasant to take. 60 cents and 81. For sale by O. A.Oliver. Summit Place. Only 10 lots yet to sell. Every one who has subscribed for one or more of these lots and not paid their first payments must do so at once, or we shall feel warranted in selling to some one else. Best bargains ever offered In Sterling. Lots 8100 each; 810 cash and 10 balance at 85 per month, for 18 months, without interest. GEO. Vf. CHAMBERLIK, Agent. tf Academy of Music. Pay YourTaxe*. Tax books tor Sterling township are now open at Sterling National Bank ?arties are requested to pay their per sonal taxes on or before Feb. 20th [ will be in the Sterling National Bank evenings, beginning next -week, from 8:30 to 8:30 o'clock. WM. A. CONN&LLY, <j w tf • _ Collector. k POINTER FOR SKATES! SKATES! SKATES! CTJTL.ER-Y, CUTL.BPl.Tr, HARDWARE &. STOVES, At my new store on Third street, opposite Jacob Elsie's Merchant Taltorlms establishment. Lewis D. Wynn. Perfectly Lovely I INDEPENDENT : GROCER. Oar Stock !• too tat-ge and rnnut be reduced at once. Warranty with each Instrument. 15 00 to 810.00 per Month. | This is the way the La- » dies talk when tftey , look at our superb GROCERY IB the most Independent Grocery BOOM In Sterling. We make oar prtcei and tell GOODS SO LOW That prices utonlsh every one. All good! --Id at the lowest I'- 1 '"•• -" over-charging. LBb UrlW9 •OMJU1OA1 VTC« J t»uv. «*. .. •old at the lowest Uylur prices; no A chud can CUT BATKS CONTINUED. CO., line of <BUY GOOfiS At tha BEE HIVE aa low as t grown person : TheUrjrest and finest stock to select from! every thing CrstrcUus. A large stock of Fine Out, Flu and Smoking , < TOBA.COO>S Bought before the recent advancea. Ita BBK HIVE customers get the benefit ol the tow prioei before the advance. Atari* stock ol Ollt Edge —OF— "Velvet" «Bd -•». Two choice brands of cigars. fe; dealers. C. H. Soloflf, So WOOLEN GOODS, FOR THK NEXT THIRTY DAY8, Cloaks, Blankets, Shawls, Underwear,] GLOVES & MITTENS, 'Hosiery, Leggins, At 45 and SO Cent* per Gallon. Bock Candy Helps, pure wnlte, at 1% Oemtti pnr Gallon. . EOCENE OIL I Non explosive; the best oil sold In ttito market, I at as low price as Inferior oils are sold elsewhere. I Don't be deceived aud buy low test oils and rn» I the risk of being burned up_ Remember yo* I buyths • | BEST f I^OUIfc At tb* BEK HIVK. Snow Flake, FarafOH, and Kansas Winter Wheat :aU Boiler Fateuta and all Winter Wheat; makes better and whiter bread; keeps moist longer llisa Spring Wheat Flour. A genuine article lu Fanuaylvania [Buckwheat Flour 1 1 DRESS GOODS, At a saerill**. to make room lor bis Burtng Stock j coming In at LEJSTDMAN'S MBW UBY «MH»»» AT41M. Ten thousand ponnds sold last seaso; Six thousand pounds sold so far tills sea- " sou. This flour has no equal in this mar- krt; Is made by toe In lee! process; patent nulled; no black specks. A Sue stock oC. Canned and Qrisd Fruite, I California Fmits of all kiad^ Tna Genuine Down Bast MAPLE SUGAH!

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