Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on May 6, 1897 · Page 11
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' & B Quick v ' same i. 1 including back tax for Lf 1896,170t8 "$ W 8 Barnes '-' Etta Hugging and "^e 43 "~ - ft7,8and ., sAnna L Anderson land ..n If same 2, sand f^s&me exjRIUU.Oand * i • w hf •'t B S Quick Wtrt Graves eptfland , F D Barnes John Bnyder fist „ 0 I Haslet f,< "" <• same • Henry Llehty * .BB Quick 5 D Quick --f-H Miller-—('Martha Oozad PBVannert K G Butcher PBVcmnest 8 R Merrill '-FB Vannest 'US Quick i OO Kevltt B B Quick ' Wm Hugunln *Vf W Burant W A Ewlng ,f» &e pt 4 and is 8 fl 7 10 1 ', 4 1 3 5 3 4 0 10 11 1 2 3 4 0 7 8, o and 10 7, 8,9 and lo Sand Martha Cowwl 11 Samuel eoarlo Est • 2 JH Miller , , •• 3 G D Quick G Sam'l searto Est '' 2 J H'Miller - 4 G Langford 1,2, 3 and 11 AT Junks land 2 tnkrans at 4, o. C, 7,8,9,10 and 11 5 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 10 11 11 14 14 _14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 16 15 10 1C 18 17 17 17 18 18 25 20 \<-' , Out.Lots Lower Albany. . Nicholas Freek ' * swK 8 \ /jlaryAWray nwj* 3 t> Nicholas Freek 4 ^ LLWadsworth n.end _8 £f • ] Out Lands Lower Town. f,f L'Culberson TV side l v j-T.O Yopst . 11 i C; i'j Water .4dtfn. ZTppi v ^"t\3and -4 /Mary J Elllngham l acr& >••?„ . nwcor 2 1 "Ebnira Burllngame 816-100 acres n ptr' 3 A • Lewis Spurlock , l f, EttBolce . a S^'MSWlnans 'l t E Wlnans ex B ltd s fi? 8 E OhawberUa ex R Ed .r r ,• 4 and 6 V'-JEKlcewonger, land 8 ? ' Alex Kllgore 2 -. SECnamberlln sand 4 ,*' fi A blocumb exEBdi ," and 2 * ..same . 3,4,6 and o sane 8 ». Oliver Hopkins exRRd 3 * Stephen Dewey ex K Rd 6 and 7 >< B 8 Quick ex R Rd o and 8 ; Pon Bucklqghanv 3,4,5 < • • and 6 , CM Short • land 8 = •' Elizabeth Jordan , , ,5 ' -: SnqludUiK back tax for -»-• - * ' 1885,170 k j* Henry Reedy 5 ' 4 ; Including back tax for ,>, \, 1895,170 \ ; j.Wni Bwing • 6,7 and > 8 . .'' James Dickinson 3 ,€,JLHBmltn. . - e ./ SaraliOhacey 3 and o lv Frank Wild 6 >-_ Silas Newcomer 5 and w ift;, 65ft f O vf- .InoluduiK back taxes Vi from 1871 to 1896, 1269.42 - Jtf'J H Blaymaker 8,4,5 and a ^. Peter Ege . - l and n W 8 ^SlcbarcfBrown i,a*nd v 8 : & Barrett's „ , . r*~, l, 2 and 3 'William Mace 2, sand Jeorge Hojjan, »W Banders 1,2.7 and >avld Barnes 3, 4, D and Iwroas Whtelw . _ 8 0 8 ' 8 0 11 11 12 13 , 13 13. •18 17 17 18 18 10 19 IB 31 21 22 23 25 20 3 4 7 10 10 11 12 VILLAGE OF PROPH&T8TOWN t jf W Clark « 90 K4.fi and e a MH Warner- 1,2 and 3 n pt 19. n a»d 12 Is * nfcsft 7 10 Varner - neoft 9 • 18 4 and l,2and wlu sht Frederick Shultz e 100ft , ry Pft4doek, 10. Hand Jtlilott Smith •e.eand s a 7 7 10 14 14 Thompson's Addition. •f- -* *» >. ' 1 1 '20 /, & Warner's Addition. pt 4 1 oua 7 and 8* a Warner's Additfqn'to Block s IT 7,8.9ftnd pt jo ii, IT, 18, is and 20 17 VILLAGE OF LYNDON, 6 8 l and a , saud 4 >0 Morris e,6and 7 13 'B Hazard 1,2,7 and 8 16 -• • - D 18 RailJtoad Adilition. is 15 21 24 24 2* 28 87 ^f,. ,^Vt i-f. J 1 ®1-$ "/*' '.' * 45 'i 4 77 j. 1 ' £9 1 8 83 2 It 61 J 3 39 2 3 81 3 4 60 4 1 33 5 313 $ 2 83 7 2 66 * 4 00 0 3 39 714 ition. a 33 3 K^ 57 I 1074 S 41 1 4( B M 3 35 7 on . 3o 7 t , OK CO p is ) 35 » «H W 5 • 85 ) 35 > 30 ) 86 9 35 ) 35 ifi t IB 1 35. i ' an ' ' -36 t Ov 1 35 • I • • 1 01 i 12 83 ffJV NT. a 21 } ; 38 i 21 . . J '481 r 2 02 r 2 38 r ' 4 99 r 21 7 98 400. I • 4 00 ) 7 08 2 02; 1 099 1 21 i 21 \ ' 21. 1 ' 21. 1 21 1 21 5 21 5 21 » 21 J 21 5 39 S 21' S 3 01 3 l 21 ! 5 (!1 i ' ' 21 ', p 1 '21 21 1 21 S ' B 99 1 5 99 t )o 07 U Uf . iny. • nA • (H 0 37 9 97 •4 81 i>4 A*s * ' ww. ., .'. ', flflT . • • . 4 W ilb'mv\ •'. i 0< 21 .',. " ^T 7 "! • ' , - e'ei 1 •• / 899 661 i 21 21 ) < 21 1 - 21 » : 1 ' 2 02 5 QQ OO 6 09 * f C 90 30 0 37 1 *i «i J , r 1 ; 3d l._ 39 *>i » ; i 4 00 4 99 1 — ..38 5 * 1 .. TO w oo ) 04 > " 21 *O1 r Ji 21 S 20 0 97 S " ' S78 42 5 61 ' 7 98 at O», IrHHtvn *Mfllttv(l>t J > 64" 1 1 02 r s 20 » . . 2 aa ) x 1 68 699 ! 301 8TOWN S , • 10 80, S .j 1 1 1 « on ' 14 39 5 ' ' 1 81 l 32 87 f , •' 2 72 * jt^ > . » Addition. , i « in 1 P W^ ! : > 900 r ' 1580 r is 19 > 6 30 1 10 80 t 9 90 1 ' 2 72. »l. ' ' r '., ' ASO > 11 PW1 1J CW > •» 90, 36 8tt ion. 861 ! 8 61 ocft 27. > 36 2 16 1 CJ 01 nw ' UN, j 1 8 29 3,13 4 18 5 19 42 • > 33 38 > 308 430 1 26 43 46JS 1 ' *«! 47 . 4 IS i 3*3 ' ^^^ f» a aJ '" i "T'-« ««t-^"2 ~ ?;,. p.i*' £ n tl'-. ^ T' Si ' fV»n i!. )* *i".l s' — < > '> M^'y A u nMh 1 cnj "^ tn ^^'"Tt "V^$*-'f ^ t?*>f t '•*> r 1 \ **ftf5r* 'i^r'l 1A >^ ' *W Marr A "im!:^ li anrt tj {* 4 5." tJ C Morris 1,2,3 and 4 ao J $> Prank Coolan IB and in 30 rt 3! Mfchael I>rl«o1! 12. li 14 and 18 S'l 1 CO same land 2 32 , - So «Srne8,9, 10,11,14 and 13 32 . • 7 88 O F Olrnstead 8,8,7 8 and S 30 12 42 Cmigl Parsonage 8,9 and 10 37 10 as Mill Addition. Lyn3on Faper Co 53 ' 42 WKMlllHcan 83 42 WP Hodgson . .. G 1038 ffydrattlio Lots. s»«u«l Ftmk a .. 415 Hoole & Wilson e hf a . , 88 - .-.. Fitch's Additidn.. ; . L BiraraPltem 1,2^3 and 4 3 ',? 247 ClaaaMfihr 8 f 9,iO,ltand 12 7 .125 Lorenzo French 13,1* and 15 t •'"•'-" 99 ' VILLAGE OF ERIEr WmFrltz shf land 2 l : •, 1471 School Addition,' MA Gale n pt 4 1 . . ' ' B 00 B A Eddy 7 and 8 2 , 4 70 OLTlft , 6 3 845 Knowles 1 Addition. bra Brooks 3 and n hi 4 — •• .• 090 ffubbart's Addition. 3 0 Qlbbs 6 and 7 4 , 8 63 t Hbwianffs Addition. ' ' Adam Yonng _ — 4 2 67 FJMFeaster eandwhf 7 . - 12 • ' f 883 WH Allen : .'•'-.-"• 2 22 , . 178 JEfenwood & Grover'a Additioai. H T Beardsworth 9,10, • lland'12 ' ,2 7 30 Hamblin's Addition. SBHambllri' — l&a ' 08 SMphenTobey 13 and 14 8 30 SBHamblln •— •' 4&6 ' - 93 . VILLAGE OF TANIPICO. Carrie Latyeh " land 2 18 ..489 FHRlchardaon 4,5,c, 7. ' , • .- : , 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and shf -. 3 , 14 , 1217 OwsnMccabe 3 ' 16 • 23 ChaaBurden ' 1 22 •• 1923 BColllns • • 7and 8 25. 723 MO Pierce 5, 6 and , . .-.-". . • . 75ftnslde/ 7 29 ',»••, . DCS W B Hurlbert pt ' 7 29 . . •-.. 9 03 Chag Burden- • •. *" 11 20 2327 J E Qreonman 4, B and e 30 •'••1883 AtallneMoree 5,' 32 . 7 30 Charles Lane 7,8, 9,10, 11 and 12 35 1 45 Tlioraaa Dow . s U 0 30 3 62 • •. v COMO. CirroUHoward 4,B,oand. 7 1 ,68' *amo land 2 2 2 4J Jacob Bhatz 4-2 ; 87. JKonuin. MoatiL. 21,22, ' ' Ssand' Si ' "2': • 3 45 KellleDoyle ^ 7 and 8 4 35 POCohenour 20.27and 28 , 4 . 63 Thomas.ADgell 3, 4 and 5 e ; , 1 17 W WHart 6,7,8, . IS, is and 17 5 6 71 DelosOlde 18 6 1 37 TJSmlth 5,0and 7 7 202 WDMorgarldge 1,2 and 3 ,8 117 Sam'l Cohenour /wpt 6 -• .8 . . • 18 name 0,7,8,9 and 10 ,8 : -.117 P Cohenour . . ; - 11 8 29 -• '••-'.'• 'GALT.'" ' ;'.' ; . • ' ... Joseph Hoak oand 7 2 320 EMPIRE. CHYeager " ,2 U ,'291 SPRING HILL. JL Fuller . .17 1 • ' : '88 .CAVLanphere, rnldpt 10 1 ", ' • MO :.>•'• '•''•' "COLETA. , V ,-^ •••] •JohnByers . '•' V--1 •<! "273 CE Grove • 4.-12. •• : . . ... .:•-• ' 13, 14, 15, 16. and 17 3' , ;, 750 •same ', •' '19. 4 •<. i' ". 17 John Lestrango '16 and 16 6 ' , , ,.5 25 •''''• . ' : 'U'MIOHVJUUE, ;.•',/' ;^? 4 ; A ! WTryon " 2, Sand >6H :•'- 'I '•••'-•• -''',::i 207 Frank Ogsbnr* 2, s.wbf ,' ." ,' . > i.a •.u-.'i-A i i&lanasiO.fte.W 4 .'•'• 9 '•"'<• -«5i74 FENTON CENTER.V : . Harvey B King s, 4, 6 and , 6 ,2 ' • ' 40 ...;';.. ••;,;• : ; ; •DEER'IQROVE/ ; : ^: ! ;;i.^ ;. : Mrs Kate Burden 15 1_— :'sa same- : loand 17 — • .. .'40 same 10, 20 and 21- — : • .. 01 game 32, 83,34 and 35 — _ : '187 MANUFACTURER'S ADDITION TO EAST CLINTON; . Frank Henry . ' 13 2 : '05 same 14 « "06 CM-LaGrange 1 5 05 same ' 2 • 6 "••. 05 same' , 3- 6 • -05 . ^ame , 4 B. .05 same. . ' • 0 B 05 ' same • o 5,' . os same ' . 11 . 5 ' • • - • ' 05 same . 12 6 06 same '13 B 05 same ; - ! " 14 : H • ' 05 MJTraver -0 10-06 same , . '.-,-'.. 7 10 , 05 eame ' ' .;;--•• 8 . 10 .05 ,.sam» • - • , o 10 . ' 06 same > • 10 10 ' 05 same 11 10 ,, ; . - , • 06 same — -- — ^,— _: 12 .- - -.io-i"_ ^--_:- os ; same ••' , '•••'. •' ' is ' 10 '05 same '•'.'.' .".-•-;': M 10 - • • \os same ' ; •'..;• 16 10 , , ' 05 ffigh Bridge Addition to Hast. Clinton? W'MPearco' - 6 '.3 - • 05 same i / 0 -3 >••> OS : same 29 4 05 same. , •'.' ':'• '?0 , 4 05 . same , 4 6 •' -05 ' same ; ' '6 • 6 05 same , " - 10 . B ,08 same li B ; OB same • 12 - B •' oa same •. 13 B . 06 • same . ' 14 B .v 06 same / . - X 15 B ^05 same ','•'" 17: 6 • 06 same , ; r • 19 6 ' • '05 same 20 6 \^05 same -.'•'• 25 6 05 name 20 B,-' . -OH • game ' • . 27 B • t 06 same • 8 < s ' 05 same 12 o ,06 same - 13 e 05 0 M La Grange ; 17 6 05 • same . . is 6 06 same . . '•'.. ' 19 ' 0 ' .06 -same ' ••••"• •'••>••>*, •%>• -.: '•-. e .• j06 -•same--'- " •-• • ••,.'••• 81 ••' 6. '-' . ; os •'•game '•. ,-,.'•'.•, •" -•. --'.'.SS 1 ^ :, 8-. ; . .' • 05• sarne^. •'.'.; 23 8 >06 WNPearoe : V 24 6 05 ' Fairview Addition to $ast Clinton; WNPearce - ' ' i il ' 4- .'.;;/06 same; ,. ' ; "- .••_ ',.' «..'..'• 4 : -'*•• ' ;' .'W SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS IN THE CITY OF STERLING. . \ For the Third Installment of the " West oj 'jiroadway Sewer System." In- • terest at the rate of 6 per cent /, from April 16th, 1895, • • '• ;-•', . Brink's Addition. } J. TKFacey i.sand s i - ; , 6 40 Adams Smith Est 1,2 and 3 / 2 768 Zerelda Ferguson 4,6 and e ,. a •• 2 as John Hacker, : l 4 ;' a 69 WOHolbi-oook i GO' ji C9 DLMartla oandsSift 67 ,fi oo ED Button ,, 11 8 , 294 Enuna Btacey WBO ft*. . ;.--> - sand 6 9 448 LHHapgooileWOft4.5 , v • '. ••' "• 'and e ' .8 4 35 John -V LcifeverB&sht C 10' ' e 63 J 8 Martin 9 10 3 71 Jacob Hendrkks 10 and s . •. • < ••,.. 44 ft 11 . 10 , ' •_ ' p 91 Hattla Mcpeannan 12 & ; D 6 ft .11 , 10 » 422 EK Holly landuhf 2 11' ^63 Johjt Martin 7, 8, 0, 10 11 : and 12 n . :hj'27 DL Martin itwdnhf a ' wj. r> ua IxOUiS Wolf SttUdShf 2 12 ' 6 CO EDMcGulrfi 4,'5a»d a A3 1114 Wilson's Addition. Auua E Holls 8 aud 9 2 5 38 EhuiraR Hobler 10 'i "J e» Mack's Addition. . " Diddrivk Ktseoiz 1, i and • j ' i & ilf 3 . . '3 8^ Psrfy ^VilUjw^s 4aifid^ I-i* 3 ./ 4*^ ^ O ffiCslst^f J? 7 §&4 u*Sjf H . < -4' 1U T^Tti™ f*. *«^?Lfr^«* CtnnAettrf O . A /« V f . -i-pf - 1 f f *J»« r n ,»(,» .1 « Ppai L^wls H Mary A 8 F Ol« Snrah K J A Am 0L&J Alice R MEWll J«M»»E Mary A Frank \ Waacy I MrsJR J H Ah: M S Dflt Joseph : O B Bal< WMK1 AC & C James t Thos Ta J H Ah ' ' '- ( GeoH 1 Mnrv V juaijr J-i A BAh M 0 V< Sorla K 15 Bowra John Be Lizzie T JKEsh Thos A ( C E Hoy BMMcI Ellzabet EttaMj M M R ^ JEPen •William H F Bat IzellaBe • Matthlai Joseph ! Jesse H< 8 W Eb Amandt JTiir 17; J'.L// JL' 1 . 7>,l4.n Rcta Wi Th/ia A i JLUutl A: ItocklU Michael Ann Co Mrs Mai Davis St Thos A John Hi James 1 Mary J CE Win A&OI WT Wil W X AAU , John HE Thos A "W "M IT) \X M MJ H M Del J B Crai 6&IH6 Ellen M Artnm H ^XUUIIl Al 1 .TA.ITIAQ r U tUUCH JJ 'same For F anc 1 T.ios. A HackRli Michael AunOoi Mary W .DavH&A Thos A ( John Hs James 1 Mary .11 ChasWi 'WIHull * T /vk 11 'U e j onn in fT*H_u . THOS A i W7 TLff H\ W JlUi.! Tl'llf 'Ttat j> AI ue< J u rjMar *2 \JS ttJ 1 'same . Ellen M -Adam K James E same *" •EWBlO Thomas "W H Ml Geo P P Florence Cynthia P V Poll Eliza bet HBHtre E J Felt F W Go Busanns Eliza On Geo AS, Anna M Dins in • • ': . . "'• " fi* •• njm b u uer GeoGK J J Wilk Nettie Y A J Plat H 8 btre John Ha J WCui Frank i ,jf Ojf* ft ' " '""'•] . -.- • • -- -J WmMot M Kalml Thoa W Carl Wor OhasKe U Pende M Kahal Patrick t JSchlfftr Uta Joh! Mrs R Bi Con Curl Mrs Katt Mrs Reg Nell (Jail Mrs Tlioi Wllkle 8 John Ga John Bi'i GElsass Mrs Hull Herniau Mrs Ryai Isaao wl Christ Bt JoUl} Hft i>' K Hoo MerUHe 1*i»n«i"«iiJ-a. «ei fr A Harvey iea*on or* 3 and s hf artin 4,5 »nd l and 10 13 l 8 2 e 8 i 1 18 10 8! 65 «6 West of Broadway, 1 . 15 ! !a 9 is 5 10 11 8 2 ster S«ft ner 12 and nhf rrtm 7 and s hf rd land w 67 ft 7 and • W B7H ft B hf 1 T 3, 3 ftad V 42H f 1 10. 11 and t 7, 8 and Est pgood 2, 3, .7 and ck " st 7 and e 40 ft 9,10, 11 and w loo ft 8. 10, 11 and 12 ll sub loM ' of l and 11 and Williams 10 and 67(4 ft 11 and y s *3H ft n and mid 24 ft 11 and re 60 ft Ir ftndr and C5 f t alinrn 4 and s 10 ft ian 11 and t y «• ' erzog . . son 8 and s hf r n bf 0 and 36 ft 10 58 e w BO ft 4, G, and 6 59 ss 10 &e'wn > and ller whf 11 8 .12 0 l 8 4 8 12 2 12 12 12 .12; 3 12 all 4 5 7 0 12 33 ••47 51 61 62 (52 52 52 63 S3 54 M 55 00 67 58 C8 58 58 59 1 '! 4 1° < 44 •I 61 4 4S 0 72 11 7 •4 43 4 43 4 48 3 84 5 38 e 63 922 320 19 20 ' 401 2 18 4 48 3 20 3 71 7 (58 3 CS 9 22 4 48 8 06 8 06 3 84 . _ 2 18 59 2 5 0 4 O 12 60 02 «2 04 05 05 ' 4 48 C38 7 42 37 12 871 3 71 2.30 340 2,82 078 7 42 3 20 •20 10 7 08 000 2 09 0 40 1 28 and "12 0,0 and shf er 4 ahd 7,8 and 7,8 and: For Fifth Installment for Curbs and Walls on East and West 3d Street. Interest at the Kate of G per cent, from January 1st, 1893. Wallaces' Addition. Thos A Gait-!-1 and'n.-pt=*===-:S-=~^.i-15: \>nr,\r 111™* T^gQ JfO.Gl'2 6 and — 7- tally 43ft 2 e 22 ft 2 Idleton e 23 ft 3 nson w 40 ft G and 7 sub lot 4 of — in- el7ft8 and w 7 ft j w 41 f t •son ohf >d w hf ddlo A Lester 0 10 7 10 11 23 3 3 4 4 4 4 D 5 12 4 43 11 65 12 08 2100 2 29 247 4 22 0 70 2 57 13 13 2025 West bf Broadway. Of lit sub lot Oof our Est sub lot 16 of •off sub lot 16 of all sub'lot 27 of 7 and e 22 ft w 44 ft lllott w M tmsn sublet? of 11 and ismoor sublets of 10. it ana sub lot o oMOl. 11 and o 7 12 12 12 :JG 30 27 27 27 28 28 37, : 37' 2 47 2 20 2 32 2 32 2 32 11 56 23'02 2 32 2 32 For Flftli Installment for Grading and~~Pavingr~l£ast ' and Went Third Street. Interest at- . the rate, of 6 per cent' from Jan. 1st,' 1893. Wallace's Addition. 2. 111 00 ; 6 and 7 ally 43 ft 'a w 22 ft 2 n e23ft 3 son w«ft > 6 and 7 sub lot 4 of 6 and 7 r n 17 it 8 and w 7 ft 9 ' w 41 ft 10 .„ son 7 . ehf 10 • West of Broadway. 12 of — It sub lot B of — ur Est wb lot 16 of — iir sub lot 16 of ^^^ ,11 BUt) lot 27 Ot 7 and 8 e 23 ft w «1t 6 lott- wM 7 ;man sub lot? of 10,11 and 12 imoor suDlotS of 10, n and 12 sub lot 9 of 10, Hand 12 26 26 27 27 28 28 37 37 37 so co 32 26 10 60 1725 3000 16 50 1800 3075 48 75 1875 37 50 1658 15 18 15 63 1553 15 S3 15 18 31 06 15 63 15 53 16 53 For Building Curbs. Wallace's Addition. iom 7 and w hi 8 G liter 10.11 and 12 7 ir • 7,8 and 9 7 -I . . • • o 0 • 8 ' apt •4 - 0 •" ; ,. 7 "•, . . 8 u. 10 10... 18 31 32 r> D D I) 26 28 67 10 52 70 43 94 17 63 -17 53 3f54 17 63 57 39 55 18 5953 43 94 4SIB4 43 80 43 94 43 94 Dinsmoor, Penningion & Coe'y 'Addi)', •....,; :-i'.;--9- .' i,. Lefever's Addition. Eer, , . sGOft 2 . l ion • , 6 l West of [Broadway,\ vard *'•"• 4' v 7 • . . i 10 3 and 4 10 • 1 , ,23 uan 2 23 •iiard ••••'•• • .4 23 27 79 22 08 2843 1841 1841 36 80 18 41 . 18 41 18.41 r Building Pei-manent JSidetoulk. , Wallace.'? Second Addttioii, ' and sand 11 aud ' 8 and - . • , e33Jt W33U 3 10 2 5 6 7 9 2 6' 8 7 , 9 5 ,6 7 8 9 9 l 4 s • 3 " 4 .5 9 U 71 71 72 72 72 T2 72 . 74 74 74 74 7* 76 . 75 75 76 75 74 76 70 76 78 78 78 78 78 78 of Ht f Kst teea Soliool Dlat 7 10 900 21 78 7 50 0 90 990 oao 21 15 1960 9.75 9 73 876 19,60 9 DO 9 DO t) UO 9 00 1 1)0 i BO 990 9 90 9 90 7 (SO 7 60 '7 60 11 25 7 » 4 Itt 2.1> IS 2i MS 45 (A) H ""$• ! ir- 1 "-,' t. \^<-K ^-,«->H |-s m ' * r^ M H ^aJs'm ei |if * ? t *i*t\ f! tf n >?f tiflSroft'ltraii. l ~ 2S Addition, Mrs H S Baker vr.ifl'tft eht7and 8 l M C <5ro%-e 7 2 I) R Wew«ltyn e ht 3 and 4 3 TrosteesLntheranChnrch 6 3 Areh BLunop of Chicago 6 2 E. D, 'Lefever'n Addition. 3 C Throop w B2H ft 4 1 EDLefever c79ft 6 l K J L«fever w 78H ft 6 l WiUon's Addition. Mrs Nandy Ore^n .. l i " TJln&indor, Penntngl6n& Addition. lieroard Helms Wm Colqulst Pet*t Hendrlcks John Hutton' Fred Duhte KB Pitt man Henry Bongartz FrCU Stubbe ffl) no B 69 23 11 P2 11 85 23 85 13 88 11 85 11 77 800 WOO 2000 20 00 20 00 20 oo 2000 2000 shf shf nhf nht shf nht shf 2and nhf 8 8 TrustcesSweedlshChnrch ., »hf 3 8 Wallace's Addition. James Harden w 41 ft 10 4 Newton Carpenter ehf s, ' 0 and 10 0 Special Assessments in the City of Rock —:F.alto;Ji)r.-the "Bridge 8treet~8ewer-^- Systim". Interest at the rate of 6 per cent from April 9th, 1896. AC Worth ,,."•• IB 2 A Horlacher Est 59 F W Wheeler 22 • 11 JB Mingle ,' 4 and G 13 A P Smith Est 1 14 For Beech Street Sidewalks. John Martin 12 and .13 13 Woodworth's Addition. ABGoodell '16 G 40 00 20 oo 6904 48 78 l 40 3 00 3 60 5 25 C 44 1 25 2 15 S3. BTATH OF Illinois, i \Yhlteslde County, , ( 1,-WALTEK W. WABNEB. Treasurer and ex- offlcio Collector of Whlteslde County, In the Htate of Illlnots.do hereby give notice that I shall apply- to the County Court of said county, at the June Term thereof, to be holdcn at the County Court Boom, in the county office building In Morrison, In said county, on the.. First Monday in June A, D. 1897, (being the seventh day of said month) for Judgment aealntt the foreRolnR described lands, city, village and town lots, for the amount of unpaid taxes and special assessments for the years set forth, respectively, together with Interest and costs. andlqr»nj>rdeiLtQ sell said latuls anil lots In tiatlsfaction"thereof, "And I also give "notice that on the—; — Second Monday of June A. D.1897, (being the fourteenth day of said month), all the said lands and lots for the sale of which an order shall be made, will bo exposed to public sale at the said County Court Itoom in Morrison, In said county, for the amount of taxes, special assessments, interest and costs duo thereon. The said sale will commence at nine o'clock in m., or as soon thereafter as posslble.on the said fourteenth day of June, and will continue from day to day until all of said lands and lots are sold or forfeited to t ho State for want of bidders. WALTEK W. WAKNER, County Treasurer and Ex-Ofllclo Collector. OFFICE OF BTBUUNG STANDARD, I • • STERLING, 111., May 6,1807. . f I hereby certify that the'foregoing, list of lands, city, village andtown lots, together with the above notice of the application for Judgment and of the sale of said lands and lots, was duly published in the STERLING STANDARD, a weekly newspaper published in Sterling, In the County of Whlteslde and State of Illinois, on the Gth day of May, A. D. 1897; .that the number of transcripts corresponds.wlth the Number of copies of said paper published and distributed for that week, and that we have complied with the law of said State in the distribution thereof; • • ;• THE STERLING HTA.KDAllD, U E. B. KLETOIIKH,.Manager. Our Y. M. O. A. Bible Class Has the Best Standing; Outside of. Chicago. Word has been received by .the local Y. M. 0. A. from Assistant State Sec-, retary A, M.'Brunef, stating that the report received frp'm'.the Bible classes conducted in Sterling was the t»8t and most gratifying to.thw State oflieers of all reports received from Associations outside of Chicago. The gentlemen spoke In highest terms of the excellence of this worfrin the Sterling Association. These'Bible classes have been conducted one hour each Sabbath at the close of the regular men's meeting. General Secretary Hanson bus been the leader. \Mr. Bruner'a letter |a a very.flattering tribute to onr Secretary's ability as a Bible teacher. . —• Mies Jdabel Mangan ban passed the danger point, and there' is now every reason to expect her speedy recovery, She is able to move unassisted and eat heartily. Though she is do. Ing BO well, it is requested that her friends refrain from calling upon her until notified that they can do so. —I. M. Philips received a letter from Mrs. Philips this morning, stating that she haa arrived safely at her destination, She says that her mother was ill but one night, and up to the time of that illness was seemingly In perfect health. The circumstances of the death of Mrs. Runkel are very ead. , —A neat map of St. Paul's Missionary Tours has been added to the equipment of the Lutheran Sunday School, to aid in the study of the great apostle to the Gentiles whose life IB now presented in the International S, S. lessons. , . : _ .' .. ••' • '• .. • '•' '' ; —The announcement was made in Wednesday's, Chicago; Becord that Raymond Perry bad been awarded a prize of 95 for th,e beat Record "Want Ad" cartoon., . James Miller, of Coleta, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. Miller has been East on a, visit and he came to Sterling to shake hands with his many friends here. ; ' . ', . . . ' • Bev, T, Williams and eon, of Harmon, spent Wednesday in the city, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodbura. -••-••: ;-<^ Miss Maude McBride, of Prophetstown, is visiting at 'the hprneVof Mr; and Mrs. John Weifenbach. She' wJU remain about a week. —Through the ageoey of Prauk W. Walzer the Greeu property, oo at Sixth etreet, was gold to Walter Stager. '" i hf "f'rsntfh Qf?-,*^^ ?^ ?*. " The Women's Foreign Society of tte Fourth Street Methodist ctocrch caetin the church parlors Wednesday eTenlDf. A Isrge audience wss present to enjoy the program, A beautiful solo ws* rendered by M<88 Leona, Overhoiser and Miss Grace Bishop gave an excellent recitation, Mrs. Little re&d a well prepared paper on Africa. Mrs, Glean Kier'« reading, "Mrs. Blair's Relations," wa* delivered In a charming maaawv MJ«s Oi»ra Mc« Cane sang a solo in an artlatlc and expressive manner. • In a well prepared paper, Mies «'lara St. John told, of the famine in India and of the "sufferings of the natives. Her narrative was deeply touching and many of the audience were visibly affected. An offering, taken for the benefit of the famine Bufferers.amount- ing to 623, was taken up, The closing exercise was a dialogue in which five young ladies and four lit- tie girls" took part7Th^~BeIecU6n"waB quite humorous and the audience was convulsed with laughter, The audience was dismissed after singing, "Work for the Klght is Coming." The meeting was highly successful In every respect. THE FIRST BIKE RUN. The Triangle Cjclo ,Clob Enjoy* * Jolly Time. ' , " • The Triangle Cycling Club enjoyed Its first club run of the season Wednesday evening. The boys met in the Y. M. C. A. rooms and at 7:1.5 the line was formed and the start made. Captain Bnrkholder and Bugler Lyman Clark led the run. There were twenty wheelmen in line at the time of starting, but nearly a dozenjmpre fel route taken was west on Fourth street to tho "forks," around the triangle and back to the Grimes farm, where a rest was taken and a lunch disposed of. The boys consumed great quantities of milk and other refreshments during their stay at the farm t They also practiced the new club spng. After the return to Sterling a .business meeting was held in the Y. M. C. A. rooms. At this meeting, orange and black were adopted as the colors of tfce club. The uniform cap will be black, ornamented by an orange triangle, All members of the organization were enthusiastic Wednesday evening and all are looking forward to a very pleasant cycling season. The next run will be taken Monday evenlng.'May 17, . J. M. EISIN1S WILL BE HERE AGAIN ONE WEEK FROM SATURDAY On May 8th, FOR DRAFT AND DRIVING HORSES, AT ROWLAND'S LIVERY BAR*, -.-"-/ STERLING, ILLINOIS. r> p ry A * ESTABLISHED ispi. GOLD CURE SANITARIUM For the cure of ... LIQUOR, TOBACCO, OPIUM, MORPHINE, AND OTHEg OSiUG HABITS. UOOI> ACCOMMODATIONS. v * .•'••• f Correapeiuleuce sjoliclted and treated deatlal, Address, , SI. F, CURE Colony, An IHinoie colonj j« feeing to'ssttie on Qttiin, Fralt SB! : farana In the famed Wilainette Valley oiE Oregon. Orchard Traota from acres ap, i Grain and JJalrj FsnrB,filK«g to , suit, ^ Lands gently rolling, eoil very rich. Timber and water abnndant Winters so mild grass is green and flowers bloom every month in the year. Within sixty miles of Portland, with 100,000 Inhabitants, and the best market on the Pacific Coast. Join the Colony* - For full particulars, write Oregon Fruit and Farm Homes Colony, Qermanla Life JBIdg., St. Paul, Minn., Or Powell, Howorth & Dec, McCoy, Oregon. Attorneys at Law. A. A. Wolfersperger t ATTORNEY AT LAW AND •LJL. BOLXCITOK IN CHANCEBT. Office orer Sterling National Bank, Sterling, 111. SB. J. A. BISHOP, SPECIA1.IST. Scientific Optical Work. Dr. Gait Block, STERLING, ILL. BO VKAR8' i •XPKRIENOI. TRADB MARKS* -. oeatONe, OOPYRIQHT8 &C. ,. - , **wc~ • niwn 9 v Cb9« Anyone sending a sketch and description mar qnlcklr uoerutn, free, whether an Indention li • EJSMllff^Sf 111 * Commimloattqna «trtotlr S?f e ' mmunoatona strtetly ponfldedtfal, Oldest wrency for Bocurinu p«t<mU America. We bvre a Wnahlngton SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, : ffiSSsS'S^^i^® MUNN 4 CO.. York. Elwood J. Pittman, .; AUOTIONEEB. Dates c^n be procured at this oflDlce or with: me at my home In Hopkins township. M n"« i> Punting, iror Ml Kinds o! JobFrtn*. go to the BTAKDABD Orders by mall to« Statements, Envelope*, fla.proaiptiy exeeated, Kt regular rates. Addrets THB 8TANDABD, Sterling, 111. FeedSheda -1 own the— Feed Sheds on Ttiiid Street where I shall be glad to see all my friends. Don't let yoijr Team Stand' Out in the Cold, ' BUT PUT IT IN m SHED tincl let'it eat hay^ • It onlj costs yoo 10 cents, STERLING, Bags, Beeswasc, Iron, - -'.: • ; " Hides, .'-•' Tajlow, Furs, and Metal oi till kitida,

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