Looking Back: Dec. 12, 2012
125 YEARS AGO
December 12, 1887
A boy about 18 years of age called Shuey, who has been a bootblack in Sycamore a year or two, is under arrest for stealing a watch and $40 from a railroad man while the latter was intoxicated. Shuey was found at Lake Geneva, Wis. Having purchased some neat clothing with his ill-gotten gains, the young rascal was putting on considerable style at that fashionable resort.
The Sycamore Temperance League has succeeded in getting the Rev. Geo. H. Vibbert, the celebrated temperance lecturer, to deliver three of his popular lectures in Sycamore.
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