Sterling Standard, May 8, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Sterling Standard May 8, 1890

Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - May 8, 1890, Sterling, Illinois BtrSIHEBS DENTAL care elTfn to gold crows and brMgt and to GM giten when Office on Third Office IB Pint Nitlontl Btfik Btsr D onee orer Hock Offlce on idfolnlng STERLING CVICRV THlTflsbAY V MWIO LlVIt 100 3 75 Cattle 2 V head 3 00 32B84HI 8 8 FARM ft 12 Iwird 8 V V 3 M Morris BOO Anthracite 7 CO 00 Attorneys at ATTORNEY AT roomi I inA Bolls eoncr Third locmt Illinois C TTOHNEYS AT ft roomi T MiA ot Mutlo A Walter ATTORNEY AT Offlce over ATTORNBY8 AT LAW AND SO LI01TOR8 IN imir Keeferi Drug A TTORNEY AT LAW AND SO Xl UCITOR IN POM Hlmllag Et A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTART PUBLIC A Office oret Sterling III Telephone Line King A TTORNKY AT NOTABY PDBLIO A JU8T10B Of TOT Colleclloni lUftn to National MAY BASE EVERYBODY KNOWS MOSES DILLON Carries the principal stock of The IllinoisIowa The base ball season opened hera last Thursday with a closely contested game between the Sterlings and The Sterlings had been gathered up trom all points of the and had not had the opportunity for practice en joyed by They played a good and up to the sixth inning led the Monmonths a lively the score standing17 to 2 in favor of In the three succeeding1 Innings the MomnouthB showedtheir mettle and succeeded in tieing the score at tUe close of the and won the game by 1 to 0 in the It was a well played notwithstanding the fact that Inany errors were made by both The game was witnessed by about three hundred Tnr Banks and Sterling Jfationol GENERAL Prompt ad careful attention HOUSE PAPER HANOBR AND Shop la Vint troot PhyBtolans Anthony A PHYSICIANS AND Offlca la Anthony comer FliU tnou ypurth OM KOPiTHIOTHYSICrANrr tnd roomi 10 Third 811 Second Office I to 10 1 to 8 J to 8 10 DI8BASB8 A Building SEWER DRAIN In Wliltesisle PAID FOU L3EPESZD STYLES loa Third HL Jane i TJHYSIOIAN AND f 1 Room Academy o Ms Office and residence second door north of city 407 first TJOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Offlce over Bxcbanpi Rock Heady o answer calls day or from Adam TJEAL Cornel Third Sired and First RDBBER IN8U BANOB AHD COliEOTINO lUiined O6 and wotdoorto Blnllng Hktloul TU8TIOB OF THE COL Yin iA soodt tiA WMK T tiii4 stratfu Btrttngi STAMPS of any kind to JAPANESE Lanterns and Colored Lights For in any at L 309 Locimt 309 0001402 On Friday the same clubs played ftgainrbut the home team let downl badly and were defeated by a score of 22 to This was due to several principal of which was dissatisfaction with the consequentlyCapk and the first was promoted to the management of the The In the city Friday and at two oclock the third game of the series was Up to the seventh Inning the Sterlings played a good and held thp score even with their opponents but in the seventh they went to pieces badly and allowed the Dubuquesto scoreten The game closed with the score 11 for 22 for The second game between the Ster lings and Dubuques resulted in another black eye for the home although they played in decidedly better form than the day Ilansell did ef fective work on as the spore our boys were too weak for the he bat was and several er rors were scored against The Dubuques did fairly good work all around and their batting was admlra The score stood 4 On Tuesday and Wednesday theOt tumwas the opponents of the and they routed the home same stylo as did the Monmouths and OnTues andon Tuesday even ing four of the weakest players were released by the home and the management of the team placed in the bauds of late a League It is hoped and confi dently that our boys will show up in better form in future than they have the past School The Sixth International JSnndny School Convention will be at Pitta June and Each Territory and Province Is entitled to representation in the con Delegates must be elected by the several appointed by the of conven tions or State Each State is entitled to as many delegates as four times the electoral vote of the the number being four delegates for each one hundred fifty thousand popu and four for a fraction of sev entyfive thousand or Colored delegates wlH be received the same as other and be entitled to all the rights and privileges of mem bers of the The total number of delegates provi ded for under this appointment Is sev enteen Each delegate must be furnished with a signed by the proper ofllcers of the Statejonly delegates will be allowed to and all duly accredited delegateswlll be en titled to thegreatest interestto all friends of our Sunday schools that these delegates be selected from among best Sunday school All railroadjatesjvlll be one and Too About two oclock Sunday morning curtain on the east window la Grubbs which occupies tne front of the first floor of the STANDARD office was seen to be on Night officer Shultz broke the window in and found the room full of and a smothering fire slowly consuming the dry woodwork of the inside of the Half dozen some lookingglasses and the carpetwere and a hole was burned in the The woodwork was charred and the paint on the board ceiling raised bv the Shultz had the good sense not to open the doors to let the air in a breath of air and a few min utes and the entire building would have been With a few buckets of water the feeble flame was drowned A broken lamp and lamp chim ney were found on the No other clue is given as to the origin of the The damage is estimated at one hun dred dollars tully covered by It was a close call for the STANDARD we now petition the Fates not to do so any City ani Fan Property M Western for Call and see what tfflne Fhilip If tee t IF YOU TO BOROW MONEY And have the security to I all you want can furnish you STERLING STEAM DYE Also CLOTHING DYED AND EEPWRED In flrstclass pr no LADIES Dress Dyed to any shade or All work sent to ua will receive prompt Third Next Door to Marble Granite MAHBLE Elegant Designs In Ladles Gents WACHES JEWELRY I And Cemetery Work Si all All Work Guaranteed to be FirstClass In every III 16 Thirdjglreet dlvo us a call before purchasing and bu convinced ibat we put up the best work at the lowest Opposite e Frank Cochran THE HUBBARD TRUSS MAHUFAOTP BY Wt During ponaUlswia absence In ryjuW wlllU all tut TniM wilh Smokers KPFIR CO UNDEH NvTiatProtection has Frank Leslies Illustrated says it looks as though Great Britain were about to inthe iron Her scepter passes to the United and Republican protection has accom plished this marvelous We now make our iron and steel our own armor and in everything that we with out any on Great Less than ten years ago we were unable to produce a modern iron and steel ves sel without importing some of the ma Our independence in this is worth all that protection is costr While we are only on the eve of the development of our resources in coal and England is suffering from the exhaustion of her English iron has risen in and ttie rise bids fair to be The price of labor has also advanced in and modern machinery has not been Contracts have been made in this country to send pigiron to Eng Last year the production our pigiron was larger than Englands in and only tons less than hers of last Eight years ago she produced nearly twice as much as we In 1889 her product had shrunk to while ours had swelled to There can be no stronger argument in favor of protec Where would this branch of our Industry be to day but for protection What would Jaave supplied work for the hundreds of thousands of laborers in our iron andvsteel furnaces say nothing of the auxiliary manufactures that have been developed by the rise and progress of our iron Where would have been our market for even raw material Let any thoughtful man contemplate these facts and then see if he can nnd anything that satis fies or gratifies In the recollection or experience of our lowtariff OUR proposed tariff bill Is stirring up the Canadian The Toronto Globe says The effect of this tariff will either be to wipe out Canadas whole export trade to the States in animals and their produce and agricultural or to force our farmers to accept prices from 15 to 20 per less than they now ob tain for some worth of what they have to Their annual loss willthus amount to many and the value of their lands and a value which decreased last and fully during the last will be enormously dimin Every every bank every mechanic must suffer our and all should join in agita tion to avert If the consumer pays this 15 to 20 per tariff as our Democratic 1Wends nada whine so about It According to the say so of our free we pay this IB to 20 per cent Evidently the Canucks do not think The Fourth of July Committee called on John at the Grand Pacific on and invited her to be present on the Fourth of She received the committee in her motherly partially promised to The boys in blue have no better friend and if she can realize how the old soldiers all around honor the memory of her noble and how tenderly they have transferred those affections to we know she will try to grace our coming celebra1 Last Monday night Andrew exLieutenant Governor of this State and for over thirty years edi tor of the Chicago Evening dropped dead tn lie was able and honest newspaper firm and well equipped mentally for his Rock Falls Quite a number of our shop men and mechanics about noon last They re covered rapidly after visiting the base can you please give me fifty cents for my Spring hat Most all tlto academy girls have May I cant spare the above request was persuasively made by a sixteen year old maiden as she was pre one fine spring morn The refusal came from the parent in a curt Indifferent The disap pointed girlwent to The father started for his place of On his way thither he met a and being hale fellow well he invited him Into Mais for a As there were others and the man that could not spare his daughter fifty cents for a the When about to he laid down a halfdollar on the which just paid for the Just then the saloon keepers daughter and going behind the said I want fifty cents for my spring All said the ana taking up the naifdollar from the counter he handed it to the girl who departed Mays father seemed walked and said to himself had to bring my fifty cents down here for the daufchterjfl buy a hat with and atter refusing it to my own Ill never drink another and he kept his The following early snake story is is from the Putnam Record While Btoddard and Down ing were looking over their stock farm last Friday they came in contact with a huge bull after consid erable they succeeded In kill ing but this was not accomplished till others made themselves and then the sport They now had their hands but they fought like good fellows till they had overcome eight or tenoftheviofous of which were large bull snakes and blue After all was quiet the victors began to measure with a tape the lengths of their dying and found to their own surprise that they all exceeded six with the largest reaching the enormous length of a tri fle over A new King Is to be enthroned in this free land of and the cermo nies attending occur at June 80th to July 5th King of Revelry and who ruled so long over the with few ound that his domains are too exten so on the date in accord nee with an Edict dated the Kings will e enthroned at Ogden amid great omp and in future eigh over all that portion of the do ain lying west of the Father of Wa All faithful subjects may Come and see Gait SMALL CANS OF f ENAMEL PAINT Various Beautiful For Decorating Sbmething New and At the meeting of the school trosfeees of Hahnaman tWs week Fred who has been township treasurer for tendered his which was accepted with much There were four candidates for the of andtthere seemed to be no choice that could be decided upon it was agreed to write the names of the four upon slips of put them into a bat and the first name drawn out should be the chosen one lys the The names of Henry Will Wahl and John flock were put into the and thedraw resulted in favor of John who was then foitaally elected treasurer by the ball groun Isaac L Bush has purchased from Merrill five acres land at the and is having it laid out into build Ing returned from his New York trip on Miss Emma of a relation of the whom she has been has been engaged to teach the West Hume school this sum Enoch Long returned on Monday from a trip to Farmers all busy and times are dull in It to rumored that Max wells connection with our schools will end with this The City Council met in regular ses sion on Monday and transact ed routine business Wheeler was in Chicago Tues Robert Harper is Jn Chicago tbjs Batcheller is at Aurora setting up a Jim Frank has purchased a desi rable lot in the First ward from rumor will erect a residence thereon this That scandal isatill in everybodys and is the principal theme ol No calm as stated by the Gazette on the con the biggest kind of a breeze is blowing all the And the eend is not Ben McWilliamp removed his family and household effects to Lyndon where he has secured a place In the paper John llebblethwaite now wields the baton as having been appoint ed to tliis position vice L Joseph Rae received the ap pointment of street commissioner am The News omee is now with a new awning to keep the suu from soiling the old mans complex Stanley was at Chioag new is growing fat am looking since he abandoned th city haa lent a liberal support tc games big BATES 6V CON ANT TKC ILLINOIS SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CHIL DREN AND Prices in AccorJ Witt AB Tins ini Satisfaction IF YOU DESIRE AKTIBTiqWOKK GO TO CHAMBERUN WALZER i Executort Estate ol JJICHABIj The uiidenlgoed having been appointed Exec utor ot the last will and teaUuneut ol Michael ol ibo Comity ol Wliltaslde and Btue ol hereby notice that he will appear before the County Couit ot WUtealde at the County Court Boom lu at the July ol uUd on the ifwidatf to at which Mine oil persons having claims against aaid estate noUfled and requested to tor the purpose All penoa reaueatedto make baying the saroe indebted to said estate we Immedlsto pajuvoul to the For Bent Sterling or aook ;

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Publication: Sterling Standard

Location: Sterling, Illinois

Issue Date: May 8, 1890

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