Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on April 22, 1897 · Page 8
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 8

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, April 22, 1897
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STERLING, ILL., APRIL 22, 1897. The. flntr in th? right nf v^itr rt/rmr *?imr» icJi nprrft paMiip t<i. If tMt ilntr f.« ptifit i.Khi.r,. The rate, fs $ per I «fOJ'.T» OK ItKWN. OHIOAGO, ILLS., April 21,1897. . Forecasts for next 36 hours are for 111., showers and warmer Thursday, —Have you noticed Walter Moore's new advertisement in this issue of the STANDARD ? Anyone needing anything In his liae will be benefited by calling upon him. —Mrs. Thaddens Stevens and children are reported to be much better, Unless some unforeseen complication wears, it is thought they will all Bpeed- fty 'regain their Usual health. - George Hoefller, of Rock Falls, has received a dispatch from Chicago notifying him that John J. Hoefller's daughter, Louisa, is dead. The body will be sent here for burial. — : The Easter exercises given by the Corno Sunday School and Keystone League were enjoyed by a large audience, and were a proof of labor and taste of .the Superintendent. —The' King's Daughters of this .county will hold a convention in the Presbyterian church next Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. It is desired that there be a large attendance of the Sterling workers. -rThe-seven-months-old girl baby of Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Stevens, of Como, died Thursday. This child did not die of diphtheria, <he disease with which Mrs. Stevens and the other children are now suffering, but a disorder of long standing. , —Alderman-elect B. P. Werntz will moved into the residence owned by Mrs. Henrietta Fitch, on Fifth avenue, while his new residence is being built. The work of removing the old house and the erection of a new 'one will be under way within a few days. • —A motion was put and carried at the Christian church Sunday morning, allowing the pastor, Rev. Silas Jones, a vacation limited only by his own desire, in order that he may fully recover from his recent double affliction in the loss of both* his beloved wife aad child. PEItSQNAXi MENTION. Pearl £>ay, of Deer Grove, was in the city Tuesday on business State's Attorney Stager was in Lyndon Tuesday evening on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Bristle, of Morrison, were in the city Tuesday visiting with friends. Harlow Smith, from near Prophetstown, was looking after business matters in Sterling Friday. Philip Nice left Friday evening for North English, Iowa, to visit friends and relatives for a few days. Misses Mary and Annie .Wilson, of Wilson Mill, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. John on Saturday. Miss Krohn and Matt Potts came down from Paw Paw Saturday evening for a visit with their Sterling friends ~ and relatives;— — Mr- and Mrs. F. S. Davis.of Penrose, are guests of Mrs; Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Alexander, for a few days. They arrived Saturday evening. William Williams, of Clinton, was a guest of friends in this city on Friday. Mr. Williams expects to start at an early date for an extended tour of the British Isles. . Dr. E. E. Willsey arrived home from Chicago Friday night and is visiting at the home of his parents near Gait, He has not folly determined as to his location, but is thinking of settling in Chicago. Mrs. M. It. Trumbower and her niece, Misa Luella Shirley, left the city Tu eeday night for Denver, Col..where Mrs. Trumbower goes in the hope of benefiting her health. She expects to bd absent for a year, and possibly, a longer period. Sherman Holman and Henry Smith, of Mt. Carroll, drove tq Sterling Tuesday. While in the city Mr. .Holman purchased a handsome hearse from the Sterling Hearse and Carriage Company, The gentlemen returned to Mt. Carroll with their purchase today, Mr. and Mrs. G. Heesler, of Syracuse, Neb., are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. £. A. Schmoeger. Mr Heasler was for many years a resident Of Sterling and has many friends here. At the time of his departure for the West, be was one of Sterling's enterprising merchants. Mr, and Mrs. L. Hoy Wilson, of Duluth, Minn, who arrived in the city Jfriday morning are visiting Mrs. H. !». Wiisoa and other relatives. They SUft Saturday night for Buffalo, N. 3f., which city will be their home in the future, Mr, Wileou, who is engagi d in i&a Interests of the Miller's Association Transportation Co., will be la- at the other end of the traxiepor- Um, I.-i'r, of Deer Grove, Is. a of friends in the city. ?«nford Deyo, of HsrelhurBf. vras down to the city Monday on business, Miss Bertha Mallory, of Chicago, is a guest at the home of John Lingle on Second averiue. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace, of Lyndon, were in the city Monday on a shopping expedition. Jacob Eslinger, of Jordan, who has beeVyery ill of pneumonia, is able to be about the house. Captain Benjamin Eick went up to Lanark Friday, where he will make'a short visit with friends. Mr». John Helen, of Jordan, with her three children, spent Thursday with friends in the city. Mrs. William Carolus, of Emerson, who has been ill of erjsipelatlous pneumonia, is now convalescent. John Wefzell and Miss Lenhart, of Dakota City, la., who visited here Saturday, are now visiting relatives and relatives ID Coleta. Student Anderson, who .conducted the Easter services at the Swedish Lutheran church Sunday, returned to Rock Island Monday evening. William Angel, who has been a victim of rheumatism for several months, was able to be down town Monday for the first time since his. illness began.. Henry Newton, the young man who was injured at-the home of Nathan Bush, is aow able to sit up. His physician hopes for his speedy recovery. Mrs. Joseph Kratz and children, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George D. John, left for their home in Paw Paw on a morning train. John Williams and wife, of Rockford, spent Sunday with his relatives in this city. They departed Monday for An'amosa, la., to spend a few days' before returning home. Mrs.-T, K. Yeager.of Chambersburg, Pa., who has been a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Grove for the past four months, started for her home in the East this morning. Thomas Fuller,' of Hazelhurst, was down to the city Monday for the first time since he received severe injuries from a fall in the barn at his home. He says that he is rapidly recovering. Mrs. Gussie Melvin and her daughter, Jennie, left Monday evening for Bozeman.Mont.', to visit Mrs. Melvin'a uncle. They expect to spend a part of the summer at Yellowstone Park. Sergeant Cunningham is again quartered at the Gait House. He has spent the winter at Biloxi, Miss. The gentleman has a host of friends in Sterling who are pleased to hear of his return. , TheKev. J. J. Lintner and family left the city today for their new home Jn Oswego, where Mr. Lintner has been assigned the pulpit in the Evangelical church. Mr. Lintner has made a host of friends in the city during his pastorate at Zion church, and many wishes for good fortune follow him to his new field of labor. IN JUDGE WARD'S COURT. and approver!. Letters onlm-il to f«=«j'i*». Estate of Frank Hfldawsy. Claims allowed to J. W. Lewis,83.50; Florence E. Tniler^SlO. Public sale bill filed and approved. Ueport of private sale filed and approved. Instate of Solomon F, Deming. Additional bond of administrator in the penal sum of 820,000 filed and approved Estate of Edwin H. LeFevre. Petition of Jasper LeFevre for letters of administration filed. Oath and bond filed and approved. Letters ordered to issue. Estate of Martin Ryerson. Oath and bond filed and approved. Letters ordered to issue. Estate of David Wetzell. Final costs paid and discharge ordered. MARRIAGE LICENSES. C. A. Tremaine, Batavia, May B. Taylor, Morrison. John R. Quick, Kewanee.tbule Mary DeFlieger, Annawan. William Burrow, Gait, Mrs, Henrietta Hendricks, Coleta. REAL EStATE TRANSFERS County of Whlteside to H. A.Sturte- yant, land in Fenton, 8131. George Berge to Mary E. Scotch- brook lot in Tampico, 850. Sarah Albertson to Jacob Swartly, land in Sterling, 81,179.95. Otto E. Hendricks to Henry H, Cassens, land in Jordan, 8100. _ Robert A. Carlton to Albert J. Jackson, lots In Morrison, 8100. N. W. McElrath to J. F. in Hopkins, 81,100. Henry J. Hendricks to Robert S. Norrish, land in Clyde^ 83,550. Ward J, Flower to Mary R. Flower, land in Fulton, 83,000. Abner L. Merrill to John W. Martin, lots in Rock Falls, 8500. < , George Davis to Isaac D. Cramer, lot in Sterling, 8100, Isaac D. Cramer to L. E. Brookfleld, lot in Sterling, 8100. Weekly Weather .Report, C. E. BRNS1NGKR. We.-k ending April ir. 7 a. in. 12 m. 10 pm. i Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 33 44 44 44 •It 40 44 60 53 49 61 •1C 39 47 42 36 44 51 CO 62 65 68 21 33 37 30 39 28 —On Tuesday, April 27, the W, R. C. will hold a bazaar in the G. A. R. Hall and will alao serve a ten cent suj)per,to which the public is cordially invited. There will be a musical program during the evening, which will be printed in full later. Supper will be served from 5 to 8 o'clock. Notice. Those wishing to breed to stallion "Beecher," owned by Samuel Wells, of Como, can leave word with J. S. Scott, at his feed sheds, in Sterling, or John Rosengren, east of Rock Falls._ 10t4w The ladies .of the H. H. ^society, of Como, will sell two (2) quilts and serve a supper, at the school house. Wednesday evening May 12, for the benefit of the Sunday School and to get money to repair the old Como church, Every one cordially invited to give a helping hand. 10t3w I OST.-A black dress skirt, between Rock Falls / school and brick school house. Finder please leave at Kline's drug store. ictiw Uuglueas Transacted There Daring the 1'ast Week. PROBATE COURT. In re conservatorship of Peter Marshang, insane. Conservator's report filed and approved. _ Estate of Henry Botherson. Claims alloWd^o~JobrfBlean, 82.50; Robert L.Burchell, 8138.78., Estate ot Nancy Hamlin, Inventory filed and approved. Estate of Margaret Schmutter. Claims allowed to M. M. Royer, 855.50; Charles Cruse, 8201,00. Estate of M. F. Fulfs. Claims allowed to J. Y. Lehman, 84. Estate of Martin O'Neal. Claim allowed to S. B. Diamond, 810.50, Estate of Amanuel Florence. Will offered for probate. John D. Fenton and Robert L. James, attesting witnesses produced, sworn and examined in open court. Said instrument is found to be the last will and testament of decedent and ordered to be admitted to probate and recorded as such. Petition for letters testamentary filed. Estate of Thomas Tracy. Will offered for probate. J. F. Keefer, F. J, Dahling and S. M. Reecher, attesting witnesses, produced, sworn, and examined in open court. Said instrument is found and adjudged to be the last will and testament of decedent, ordered to be admitted to probate and recorded as such. Petition for letters testamentary filed. Letters ordered to issue, Estate of Porter Benjamin, Ilelin- quishmentof right to administer by adult children, filed; Petition of S. G Baldwin for letters of administration filed. Oath and bond filed and approv- ei. Letters ordered to issue". Inventory filed and approved. Petition for sale of personal property at private sale Qled. Petition granted. In re guardianship of Jay and John A. L. Benjamin, miaor heirs of Porter Benjamin. Consent by Jay Benjamin to the appointment of S. G. Ualdwinas guardian, filed. Petition for letters filed by S. G. Baldwin. Bond filed and approved. Letters ordered to issue. In re petition for guardianship of Robert and Mary Aldricfa, minor heirs of Martin Aldrieh, Petition of Mary J, Aldrieh (mother) filed. Bond filed Christopher C. Carpenter to Efile M. Carpenter, lot in Fulton, 81. Charles Erlckson to Louisa Erickson. lots in Rock Falls, 8400. John J. Greene to P. M. Plummer, lot in Prophetstown, 8500. —The Sterling Rowing Club will meet at the office of Dr. C. Ar Mueller Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock There is important business to be transacted. ^^^ Letter List. Letters remaining in the Post Office at Sterling, 111., for the week ending Friday, April 23, 1897: LADIES. Ebberly, Mrs. J. H. Pollock, .Mrs. Fraukle S, Kalst, Mrs. Mary. GENTLEMEN. • • HuehrlnR, Joachim, (3) Lamoth, John, ' Brophy, Jake, Murray, Samuel, ' Charten, Jr., W.C. Morrison, Jonnle, . Cook. Geo. W. Oberholtrer, Sam. DeWolf, David, . Shnltz, Captain, Espn.J.H. . Sterling Chemical Co. Kick, A. F. Thompson, Merhel, Greenaway,3Vra, When calling for above letters please say "Advertised." JOHN R, JOHNSON, P, M. BORN. CARNEY—To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carney, on Wednesday, April 14,1897, a daughter, FREY—To Mr. and Mrs. John R. Frey, on Tuesday, April 13,1897, a son. S HARPENED AND POLISIIED.-Drop E. Bauder a postal and he will get your lawn mower, sharpen It, and return It, and polish your Hat Irons. . " i9U2w Executor's Notice. Estate of Thomas K. Faoey, deceased. • , The undersigned having been appointed Executor of the last WJ11 and Testament of Thomas K'FBcey, late of the County of Whlteside and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no- Uce that he will appear before the County Court or Whlteside County, nt the County Court room In Morrison, at the Juno Term A. D. 1897, ot said Conrt, on the •First Monday in June next, at which time all persons having claims against saidI Estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said Estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 13th day of April. A. D. 1897. . IBtS ELWIK B. FACEY, Executor. EVERYONE SHOULD ATTEND The Grand Concert. ... To be given Friday Evening, -i .... in the .... Congregational Church. In addition to the Easter Music rendered last Sunday, which so pleased all who heard it, several -Vocal and Instrumental Soloa will be given by some of the best talent in the city. And while the admission fee will be low, so that all may come, the music will be equal to any fifty cent concert. In the meantime, don't forget that we are having a .'1 f Special Sale of School Treasurer's Report STATK OP ILLINOIS, i. Whlteslde County, |' ls> I, A. K. Hendricks, Treasurer of Toanshlp No 21, Hance 7, oast of the 4th P. M., In said County do Hereby certify that the lollowlnR Is a correc statement of the receipts and disbursements o the School funds that nave come Into my hand during the fiscal year ending April. 1897. A. K. 1IKNDRIOKS, 0 , „ , •. Township Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this lot I day of April, 1897. IRVING L. WEAVER, • Notary Public. ITEMS OK RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 1890. • April 11. Amount on hand. 87.71349 "V ii. H. L.ohaplln, tuition, credit Districts ; 10000 May 10. L. Ramsey, Treas., Hume, credit District 0 76 84 90 00 A fine line of baby_ca,rriages^haveJL just been received and will, be sold at extremely low prices, at The Fair. 1816 M. WING. Jacob Treasher Says his Kentucky coal is selling at 83.50. The^genuine—not only called so. After Wednesday 21st We will show you new goods for suits at prices that will sell them after AVed- nesday 21st,_ "SNART, • Professional Tailors. May 10. City or Sterling, 'tax rebate',credit Districts June 10. H. L. Chapllu, tuition, credit Districts '.,.. 15 75 •June 18. H. L. Chaplin, Incidentals, credit District3 .';... -1401 June 22.' R. C. Williams, Treas.,'Jordan, credit District 9 304 59 July a. H.C.Chaplin,tuition, credit ' District 3.rr..;.T~.~.;77r. . July 28. C. E. Ackerman, Treas., Genesee, credit District9..... July 28. J. V, McKlnstry, Treas., NeY- son.credlt Dlstrlct2.J.. Aug. 1. R. C. Williams, Treas., Jordan, credit District 1 AUK. 1. R c, Williams, Treas,. Jordan, Dlstrlct9 Aug. 1. W. W. Warner, bal. tax 1895. Sept. H. G. T. Hall, Treas., Hopkins, credit District 9 Sect. 30. H. 0. Chaplin, tuition,' credit District 3 100 00 Nov. 25. H. I,. Chaplin, tuition, credit 18 ^! 8tlct3 - •-.-- > 25 °° Mar. 0. H. C. Chaplin, tuition, credit Districts 7500 Mar. 29. Charles Barnes, Collector, acc'ttax 1890 , 5,201 61 Mar. 29. Charles Barnes, Collector," acc't High School tax J89G 30 154 971 140 29 17 20 '.- 7 10.709 09 67 85 -.A Fine Line of Shoes. 1 wish to call attention to my fine line of shoes, The very latest in style and color, of any shade. I fully guarantee my goods, and ask you to call and be convinced that I can save you money. J. F. STROCK, 06tf 110 East Third Street. Wall Paper, Cheap. 1 Hendricks is now selling Wall Paper of the latest, patterns at such prices that those with sample books .cunnot duplicate, when quality and price is considered. Call and convince yourself. Opposite Gait House.' -? 15t6 A. B. HENDRICKS. After Wednesda$ Slat. Come In Thursday, April 22, and we will show you the latest for Spring and Summer suits. We bought them Saturday April 17. MCCALLISTER & SNART, 1616 Professional Tailors. When You Build, You want good lumber. 1 am receiving the nicest lot of Finish, Common, and Sheathing lumber you ever saw. Estimates made out promptly on anything you want, lean save you-money 00 lumber and shingles. JOHN PECK, 203 West Third Street Mar. 31. D. Harmon, Collector',"aco't High School tax 1890 . . 1.187 07 April 1. W.J.Johnston.CountyKup't. .Btoteiund....;..• 1,788 51 Town fund paid in 270 00 Interest.... 80500 Total ........ . ........... ; ........... §45,76041 . , ITEMS OF KXl'KNDJTUKKH. Dls riet 1.... .............. ..... . ........ s KM 04 2..: ......................... .... CM 08 a ............. ......... . ......... is.ouo 14 •1 ............... . ................ 7,SC6'75 5 ................................ 5UU 38 0 ...................... . 7... ............ . 374 01 2,973 OS 80U 74 429 80 403 07 129 28 44 80 .. 0 ......... i. ............... , If ......................... •... \2-21-S ................... .... 3-21-fi .............. ; ..... . ..... Town Fund paid out ................ .... 500 00 Treasurer's salary . .................... 300 00 Election expenses, 1898 ................. 45 oo Publishing report ....................... » oo Notary fees ...... .-...- .................. ; i no Blanks and postaare ..................... a 20 Local advertisements .................. . 125 Taxes on lots 1 and 2 ..... ......... ...... / 30 ca April 11; 1897, Balance..': .......... :.. ..Ho.uo 04 Total »45,7C041 April li. 1897, Balance $ 9,140 04 A. R. HENDRICKS. Township Treasurer. Something to Eat. Did you ever try the Merchants Cafe ? Everything first-class. Low prices. Good grub and courteous treatment. Try it. C. S. VANDEMARK. Farmers Please Take Notice that we are on the market for corn and outs, and will try to pay you the highest prices the market will warrant, for any grain you may offer us at th* elevator on the Northwestern road. Please call and see us before disposing of. your grain. J W. II. HOWARD & Co. ' Xxirwery Stock for Hale. Apple, cherry and plum trees, urupe vine*, srnall frnite, rose, bushes uuij shrubs. Excellent. Htock. Cheaper than ever. ' ' WM. EVANS, 724 Broadway, Sterling... Strictly Pure Grape Wine K»f Mile Oue Jo a wo t'iillo s. 4(ie 11<> 8 ypant dlil. l!*cnjiini«',tlfi| lor medical purposes. Fur particulars address '• ' I.. HOItMS'O. Malveru, jil. Ladies' Suits and Skirts. A lady representing large manufacturers of these goods will be glad to show them to the ladies of Sterling and Rock Falls. This is a grand opportunity to secure fine, stylish goods at Low Prices. ONLY ONE DAY. J. K. Chester. An overloaded effect— ~~—~ ~~~ Is often given to a room by the use of Wall Paper with too large a design. If you tell us the size of the room that you wish papered and the number of windows with which it is lighted, we will pick out for you a number of pretty designs, any one of which will will be just right in looks and price. We have a pattern for every imaginable room. If you have a large, dark room in your house, we • , can sell you a paper that will light it up and make it cosy If you have a room that Is too well lighted, we sell you a paper that will tone it down. We are running this store to meet every need in Wall Paper, as well as everything else that we sell. . . A, R, HENORJCKS, OPPOSITE CALT HOUSE. Seeds! Bulk Seeds! \" \It's high time yon were mnking garden and flower bed» if you care nnytMny for early vegetable* and floivers— nnd you mu»t have seeds. THE BEE HIVE has the biroeat and most complete assortment of Seeds in the city* - , ' ' . ' ' 4 It's Money In your Pocket. to buy your Seed* by bulk instead of in packaaea have B VLK SEEDS until you can't re St . Come and your need* where you can get your money's worth. yfw AT THE Bee Hive Grocery eriEses"*" n\ir**.ti i*<- '' 9? • FIRST AVENUE,

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