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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - May 15, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                ILHNOIS MAY IF ItOtT BORROW MONE security to offer I can all you want I3T Come and Gnlt BUSINESS DgNfAL BpeeU to crown WAp Mid fc cWMmio Go given Wfcw on TMrd opposite Di 1 Office In first Rtttoatl Bunk 8tefr Oflee Sack on Third idjotainf initwto Attorneys at ATTORNEY AT TMwrrdomfi vBaflTHoesr JTMirt and Ijtxnn Hanahan A ATTORNEYS AT a rooms Aettan at Miuto Walter A TTCiRNEY AT A Office orcr A ATTORNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 LIOirORS IN Ofttont Drag At ATTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 J uorroH ra Qgoe BUtUng National ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTAHT PUBLIC A Offloiow Hatlooal RAILWAY TIME Going Oolnr Attuntlc OrMlund Clinton Sterling 800 Ornubs Clinton FMkffiger Sterling Passenger ran except All other Freight going wentnt JjSgolngwuitet currv Agent BURLINGTON AQUINCI aolng Going M ArrlTe from Arrlrti from n 88 IT 41 Ftmeoger eonnecU wilh eut and on Clinton Brancbj with lit Hock Irltnd em and went with main line for polnta Council and and for Kanwa CUy and polnU ILLINOIS CENTRAL V Going Pamenger SiM 8TEHHNO ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC A JU8T101 THB OoUeetloos to Banks and t fe Sterling National Prompt and cartful attention jlvem to all liiirlnm PraldnU iTTOTJSB PAPHB A A HANOKB AND ttop U DarU A Mrrt Croot rvtb Physicians Pi 6 PHYSICIANS AND Qfflet in Anthony corner Hist ypgrth HOMEOPATHIC Office and rooms 10 Bait Third 6ccOud yv ar tvs 10 PIBBA8KIA Third Jane PHYSICIAN AND SURaEONS J Room Academy of MnMo 2J if TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Office and residence second door north of city 407 First HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Qfllw over Kxchange Rock Ready COBRKCTKD KVKBV THUlWDAY V 2MMO LIVR 3 78 00014 28 S 00 80844 so live 8 6 FARM V 8 10 f V OOO3 80 Morris 8 00 7 BO l oo UIDESW 3H EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Carrlee the principal stock tlllnoJsIcma Ofi Tharsday last Cedar Rapids played their first gainewItB Mr nosae and in the contest the Sterlings maintained their hardearned reputa tion for brilliant begifiBtfip table The visitors played a cautious and very safe ho by the experiences of the week while the Sterlings played recklessly and lost the game by a score of 10 to The second game with the Cedar Rapids was played under very unfavor able as last Friday was disagreeable The Sterlings had been greatly strengthened by anew of and of catcher also new Drat and second Only seven innings were for the reason that the Sterlings were com pelled to leave on the evening train for Both tems played a strong gamerBndalthough the score showed 8 to 7 in favor of the visltlog yet we now have confidence to believe that the Sterlings will show up In better form and yet win their way to the A new short of has been and with the other new and the pick of the old a formidable team is sent the new is a phenomenal man In his position and OBrien lends excellent support behind the bat Three ciphers will not again represent the Sterlings percent age in the On account of rain at no game was played there on By Mie terms of the agreement govern ing the IllinoisIowa the visit ing clubs receive a guarantee fee of forty dollars for postponed whether for rain or other All wagers made on the Saturday game In this city were declared On account of rain at both games between the Sterlings andDu buquea were postponed and will be played at the close of the On Tuesday out club played at Cedar Rapids and kept up well their reputa tion as the poorest ball players In the The score stood 16 to 1 in favor of Cedar That there is something wrong with the Sterlings is patent to and that some thing seems to be that the members of the club have missed their they were intended for The second game with the Cedar played was the same as the only a little more so the score standing 18 to in favor of the If our boys cant improve on this kind of work it isnt worth while to attempt any more have proposition from some publisher who wants to furnish us an Original Websters r Unabridged Dictionary for three It is represented that we can give this a premium fake The latter of which It de lights an editor to but there are considerations in all This Is a reproduction by a photographic pro cess of the Webster of upon which there now is no copy right The paper it is printed on is cheap and bulky the binding is and It Is fully fortytwo years behind the Word making has been going on pretty rapidly during the last fifteen and this makes this reprint very Only those who are Ignorant of tbe great advance made in dictionaries will buy this The flashy but fraudulent advertise ment will catch for this re print Is not intended for intelligent who do LOOK tf you want the Ball Games to come out next week lend inent by your presence and your The games for the entire Reason will be a ii properly The Sterling Team will do to bet on Come out Next week we shall publish Private opinions publicly expressed by several of our business and by several of our stock farmers In regard to the stock yard SEWEB In Wljlteslde PAID FOU Real Estate Adam TJBAL IN8U JLV 8ANOK AHD OOLLSOT1NO Xaanr loaned on and Nailooal TDSTIOB OP THB COL J UtOlIOH NOT IU Wwt TWtd Democratic County In pursuance of a cull lined by the Executive ol tbe Whltealde County Democratic Central tbe Mrerml towns in tbli county are requested to Mod delegates to Con vention of to be holden st thti Court House In on May at 2 oclock for the purpose of choosing ilx delegates to represent wblteslde county tn the nff Itt games in No body wilT at Elegant Designs tn Ladles S Gents CARTER Cornsi Third Street and First RUBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any Mud to JAPANESE Lanterns and Colored Lights For la any at 3OQ Locust 800 STEBUNG WATCHES JEWELRY 16 Eart Third Street THE HUBJARO Dyed ty or work ieat to ua will receive promut T Tftird Iffxt IXtor to STEBLJriC STAHOARD STEAM PYJB CLOTHING DIED AND BEPAIBED flrattiaaa or no Also About a dozen or our showy boys under the management of Fred Davis and JohnnieCharter started out in the show business last Tuesday night at the and received such an ovation that they repeated the doae on Wednesday On both nights they took in considerably over They have the regulation darkey min strel cut away shining dress with the 2x3 lookingglass shirt side board flapdoodle shoes and burntcork All knew and acted their parts well andif the speak a little ilouder and more deliberately their sayings would be They go to Morrison to give their Jlnext to the greatest showon on Friday eve May In the May 10th issue of the Phila delphia Medical and Surgical Is an interesting communication from of this relative to the cure of a consumptive by an Ten yean ago a who was far advanced in displaying all the rational fell on the sidewalk and fractured the right treated her for tala and to the surprise of the emaciation and hectic flush disappeared as the broken limb The doctor leaves It to the scientists to decide whether tuberculosis can be or cured by the drain upon the vital forces essary to heal a The patient recovered Many persona in this city will recall a Japanese youth named Yeakl Heroshi who spent a few months here two years He now in the preparatory course at Balolt and from re cent correspondence received by friends in this appears to be making good He Is a young man of far more than ordinary mental attainments and is making rapid head way in educa ting Tell ye winged winds that my pathway do ye not know some quiet spot where wives dean bouse no mow gome sequestered some where life ia not one ceaialess war with cob webs and with dirt where only natures carpet spreads beneath their tired and wretched men neer compelled its emerald folds to beat r The take breeze fanned my heated faae and smid Beat on 110 such place An exohwosw off the following O the clothes preea la a swell aifaiv for garments nice and the hay press Is a grand machine and does its work complete the older press is lovely Us rlah not know the Intrinsic value of a late edition of Every body should own a one up to the full of the latest investigations of and reliable as a work of Re Merrlam are the sole publishers ofthe standard Rock Falls BlckfonV was fined 9100 and costs at Morrison on for selling liquor for medic inal in violation of the city At a special meeting of the city coun Tuesday an ordinance was presented and granting license to druggists to sell liquor for medicinal purposes under certain L L Bush returned Tuesday afternoon from very and he is now confined to Els rooms under the care of a a son of Enoch la here on a visit to his fathers He resides Kansas City and holds a lucrative position with the The Rock Falls Board of Education meets this Wednesday night at Justice Cadwells when it is expected they select a principal for our schools for the coming The News office has gotten in a new invoice of and is The old man says hell pay ten cents per line for Three petitions have been circulated and signed asking the school board to retain Max well as of our The Empire are removing their plant to which city has offered them a big bonus to locate We are sorry to lose such men as Fhelps and of the Second resigned his position on Tuesday eve He accompanies the Empire to A special election has been called for June 7th to nil his is making tensive improvements to his home on Gray Joseph Pannenbacher is at formerly with is now clerking for Perry at The Association meets next at secretarys Merrill starts for Boston on Saturday next The Keystone Band has been engag ed to accompany tbe Knights Templar to on When Sterling wants good she has to come to us for of and Kirk and of are among the applicants f or the prluclpal shlp or our 7 Rock Falls has purchased from Ster ling seven street lamps which are put in The muslcale which was to have oc curred last Friday was postponed Our best society Is out side in just Hence this thus Steve Soraers is building an ad dition to his Dill returned from Chicago where she has been purchas ing ExMarshal Brewer will be strongly supported our citizens for nomina tion for sheriff this Smith is in Chicago on pleas ure and business It is quiet here just but the knowing ones say it ia simply the calm which precedes the Breakers dead May Takes EDITOK STANDARD In the last Coleta items we noticed an item on Total Those who live in glass houses shouldnt throw This is a dagger thrust by the hidden hand of those who love to move in the dark and cover up their tracks by kicking the dust inthe faces of Persons who cannot find any better employment than need a good many lodge Those who condemn Christian men on imagi nary grounds are passing sentence without A3 to they who practice it by underhanded schem whether oathbouud or are vio lating the and are making their own condemnation doubly great by try ing to cover up their nakedness with the cloak of Those who con demn secret societies should not adopt one of its meanest and then talk about THERE no trouble iujgettiug a good price for farm products if the kind wan ted la Study wad supply it Look to the immediate towns first If no sjxicUl demand ex ists foe any reach out and find out something that is Then produce I thought I should snickerright oat at the circuo Smith eaued an animal a June The towns will be entitled to one gate for each twenty or fraction cast Cleveland and Thurnvvi at to eral follows The towns will send i but itesas 4 6 Garden S Jordan 6 B Montmorency Mt Pleasant Newton 4 Portland 6 7 Sterling 20 Tamplco s Union Grove 3 3 FABIO ROMAN AT ACADEMY OF COWANT WALL ONE OP THE BEST SHOWS THAT EYEE WAS r I May 1 Real Estate ANE City anJ Farm Property anil Western Lands for for Call and see what wo atfhiiip Nicea SMALL CANS OF WE ARE AT tTHE FRONT WITH ALL THE NEW STYLES FOB Stop Frank Cocliran Various Beautiful For Decorating Something New and IBADS THI CITY ON Smokers Try His 310 auf Marble firamte DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MABBLE AND GBAMTK CHAMBERLiN House RentingiCollecting For Bent in Sterling or Book And Cemetery Work of all All Work Guaranteed to be In every respecH Give us a call before purcbsslng ftad to convinced that we pot up tbe boat work at the lowest Opposite Jb Sierlleg Farms ail Fruit Gardens Bear For i i 1 f Office at 8 Career Gait Horn J3D It Ualug Oh liOAGo course she giraffe but the Branch Office at Warren Bajbor Book BtanEfc MEN WANTED To ropnaeut oar weUtaow Hursoff la Oils aud country A kiw wu ID ftssson or out ol BRESSIUER d iVf Fresh Grocerii tye Kost IVJielous TEAS ever t4ppwt v lowest notee W   

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