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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                MAY BTOHBSS DENTAL Bperttl tlTfo to roM crows tnd u ehBdrent Gu glTen Office on Third ta Krrt HstlOBi Bttik BM RAILWAY TIME rrm Reek oa Third adjoining Cran AttorneyB at ATTORNEY AT I and Thirdaafl tocnst Manahon S A TTORNEYS a rooms T of 3 is a00 Oolng Ootng Dourer Overland Omnhs Clinton The Omaha Ex Clinton Fiuwwnirer and Starling Pnawnifc run except All other tralos Freight train going weitat et carry BURLINGTON QUINCI Going Doing 41 Arrive from 85 41 Wednesday Club Concert Wfey 23C at Academy of Anlvo from 77 Walter ATTORNEY AT Oftka ma A A TTORNBY8 AT LAW AND SO tiorrons In Offlot orar Kwf ert Drag A TTORNEY AT LAWAND1BO UOTTOR IN ortt Sterling National A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR A LAW HOTART P7J1110 A Office over Sterling National III A TTORNEY AT NOTARY PTJBUOAJTJSTICIOTTHX Ilk OollectteM tttcnoM M Bafrrenyint National Banks and PMtengcr connects with trains CMt and west on Clinton Branch with A R at Bock Wand eartand west with main line for polnta Conncll and for dty and ILLINOIS Going Going Bias 1 1MB STEELING COBHKCTKD JtVRIlY THUMDAV V I llvn Barley live weight FAHM ft On Thursday last the Sterlings played the Ottumwas at the latter of lost the Qur boys played In a little better form than they displayed at Cedar and not withstanding the fact thatthe Ottum was are decidedly better than the Cedar yet the score was not so humil It stood U to 4 in favor of the The second game with the same club played on pttumwaa Sterlings which record is about in keeping with what has gone and yet we have not lost allhope in the home The first game at Monmouth was oft the same piece as all that have preceded and resulted in a score of 12 to 3 In favor of but the second played on Monday jwas a great event in the history of the for they won The score stood 9 to 8 in favor of the home and great was the rejoicing Tuesdays game on Association grounds between Sterlings and was pronounced by all lovers of the sport the best game everjseen In this and was won by the home team by a score of 4 to The features of the game were Tanners and work on Beckwiths perfect work on and the absolutely fault less performance of Browner in the and Murray behind the bat It was a great free from er and every move ot the battle was for Hurrah for Sterling The InterrOcein please take And still we get The second Morris Klin 8 00 1 Sterling National GENERAL Prompt and carefnl attention ton to an tt HOUSE PAPER HANOKR AND Shop U Wtoara Vlrat front Physicians 0 PHYSICIANS AND X ofloa In Anthony Flrit attnw aaJ Jottrtb TTOMEOPATHlb AA Offloe and 19 Kart Thlri atwet m Second i to K 1 tot T to 8 j Jtx rVBIFIOI AL w DseiAfiBi A Third m EVERYBODY KNOWS MOSES DILLON Carries the of Jane TJHYSICIAN AND i Room Academy of Mnelc BlocE Baildencetlalt Mi TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Offlee and residence second door north of city 407 First HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlee orer Rock Ready o auawer calls day or from MY Building SEWER In WUltesldo PAID FOH Oraizi Beal Estate Insuran Adam 8mithr REAL INSU BAHCB OOiUlOTniO Baal and Fononal TUJSTIOE OP THE J LWmOH ABWHT MOTABY TOfiUa U4 TfcW played with the Jo fleta resulted 13 to 4 infavor ofSter Today andtomorrow they are booked to defeat the Social Fiftyfive members of Sterling Com mandery 67 accompanied by the Keystone went over to Iowa on the train Thursday to participate ih AB senslon Day as the guests of the Clinton Holy They were furnished with a special car by the and on their arrival at Clinton were met at the depot by the Clinton and a escorted to Bt Johns Episcopal church wnere interesting ser vices appropriate to the were conducted by the Jay who Is a member of the The boy choir was an Important feature of the and rendered surprisingly fine After the ser vices at Johns the ceme tery was visited and the Clinton Knights decorated with flowers the graves of some dozen or more departed members of the In the evening the visiting Knights were entertained at one ofthe most elaborate spreads which it was ever their good luck to The Clin ton members of the fraternity never do any thing in a halfway and their courtesy and hospitality were unrival The Sterling Commandery return ed home on the train Friday Tlie Census The following have been appointed by of cen sus enumerators for Whiteside county Garden UohnamanJoseph Boott Prophetatown7Oeorga Literary THE WIDE AWAKE for June opens with ft benntiful frontispiece which Il lustrates the beautiful story of Little This is really a short story nuinbtr of this wide awake for nearly all the stories are short and The New Senior at Is the beginning of a serial that bids fair to be the remarkable story of the year for both old and It is a picture of school life at Phillips Academy thirty years and it is full of live live fun and live Uusiness Opening Is for those girls who would become stenog raphers and A few of the short articles the Ickery The Rubber The Indian Men and as abounds with interesting original anecdote and rem HARPEHS MAGAZINE for June gives as a frontispiece of Alphonse the distinguished MibiiiTut the largtilyrhTigcly laugha ble new Port that begins in this Henry the The only defect of Port Tarascon is that ifleaves no more to come it exhausts the possibili The career of the hero closes with this The American Bur reviews this subject from the beginning of the history of the stage in this country down to the actors of present It is illustrated by an abundance of quaint A plate portrait is given of exChancellor Bis with an article on bis The BestGoverned City in the explains the municipal polity of The Young Whist players Novitiate Practical DECORATION The procession will form m Loctist right resting on and wfil move to the cemetery at in the order named below Commanders will govern themselves and have their commands ready to move Chief Colonel and Staff ot Sterling Zouave Dram Sons ot Veterans Drum Keystone Will Robinson Fnst Speakers and Chaplain In Disabled Veterans In Citizens In MOSES PBOGKAM AT Keystone PrayerBy Vocal Reading Orders and Boll of Adju tant of Post Keystone Decorations for the Unknown chil with a Vocal Grover Vocal Afterward some time will be given to view the decorations before the com panies march Wednesday Club Concert May at Academy of hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Whlteslde county at the coming County GEORGE IF YOU WjOST TCT BORROW MONEV f And have tlie security to I can furnish J n At 3ST6 anxl Gome and see Gait ILJU PAIGES KTBW Blegaut Designs in LadlesS dents WATCHES Latest Styles la JEWELRY East Hints for la a timely pa per accompanied with the Caucasus richly illus Is a romantic article by the French Vicomte de member of the French and author of a standard work on Russian One part of the describes Ba kou with its greatpetroleum The Enemys Distance Rangefind ing at Sea by is an ac count of the missing factor In the most Important problem of naval war electrical rangefinding appa ratus which determines the enemys distance automatically and In the Easy Chair the editorj discourses on Journalistic Harper New Rock Falls LaGrange Is here visiting Tumbleson is the father of John of this arid Mark of is ninetyfive years of in perfect health and mental and lively as most men of Bush is out and hopes to be able to attend to hifi business up addition to his house on May Johnston visited our schools today and expressed his satisfaction at their Bert son of Mayor was married Tuesday evening to Miss Belle Bales the lady teachers have been re employed for another The prin clpalship is still and Is not a candidate for re pastor of the Con gregational has resigned to take effect June and of Water are visiting and of Is in town visiting her and Several ot the Empire LEG AL Administrators Estate ot GBOKQE De The understand having been appointed Ad ministrator of the estate of George Elchel late of the County of Whlteslde and State of hereby gljres notice DlttMJ Ul that he will appear before the County Court of Whlteslde at the County Court Room In at tlie July on tlie Fint UonOay in Jtdy at which tlmo all persons baring claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for tho purpose of having the same ad All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the If you want to see a nicely painted and it is well worth go ing to drive up Locust street and look at f Hills painted with HARRISQN TOWN and COUNTRY 1 have it and I want to sell it 21W3 lBth day of J08KPH Administrators Estate oLPAHIKlr The undersigned hWrie been appointedAd ministrator of the estate ol Daniel late of the County of Whlteslde and State of hereby gives notice that he will appear before the County Court of Whlteslde at the County Court lloom In at the July on the TMnl Monday in July at which tlmo ail persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of the same ad All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the BATES CON ANT TAVLOll Real Estate CARTER Cornei Third Slrijel and Flrct Ava City and Farm Property and f estern Lands for BASE We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any kind to JAPANESE Lanterns and Colored Lights For In any at L 3O9 Locust 309 THE HUBBARD KANUFACfD BY wiu au laTter aa t STERLING STEil DYE GENT8 CLOTHING DIED AHD BEPAIRED In flratclaKB or no Also LADIES Dyad to shade or AU wort sent to vw will receive proutpt Newt Door to flalfy In dlflsrent Will lit price to suit M the STANDARD Prophetatown7UeorEe Kvanst Andrew Union UstlekJamea At the Democratic powwow at Maennerchor Hall last night Jno Adams and Henry Mueller were elected town committee for the ensuing two with the first named as The follow ing are the names of the delegates to the County Convention from Sterling township which couvenea at Morrison next Saturday Henry Will DundonT Con Victor Frank Peter Henry Kober Jamea George Raially and Last Thursday evening this city had the pleasure of hearing Alden Benedict with Ws own excellent com pany la the great romantic spectacular Fabio a story of the The company had a full and au appreciative and the acting was but the sensation left in the mina after hearing the play hi anything but At this age of the tragedies built on the perfidy of woman are unnatural and unpleasant to however masterly the acting The scenery of the company was quite WIIITJSSIDK cast votes for Republican Presidential Electors in and on this basis our county is entitled to ten to the State Convention at Springfield on June For ways that ara dark and tricks that are vain the city council of Ster ling is em an for and see what wo Office at Philip Nices LAWN of well known to many in this spent several days in town this Davis is on Ma way home a three monthaUip through Europe and Pal wad is hsaltoful aiid eappy over the delightful iaaiit Ua ttployesgojto Keokuk with the id Fox goes to VanSant has purchased the interest of Davison the lumber and the firm is now Coe VanSant A strong It is rumored that Philip Smith IB to take charge of the jewelry department at Bales preaches the mem orial sermon next Sunday at the Miss Lizzie Lenheart is visiting her brother In Merrill departed for his home at Boston last Long returned to his work at Kansas City on Saturday after a a pleasant visit with his parents The street railroad track at the west end has become a and should be Seldel knows more about horses now than he did a week ago ask Merrill has purchased the hand some driving mare Bird of Isaac and will ship her to Boston next May HEADQTJABTSHS WILL BOBINSON POST General Order In compliance with orders from Department of Will Robinson Post 274 will assem ble at their at 0 oclock Sun May and proceed to the Rock Falls church to attend divine All honorably dlers and aailora of the army or navy are cordially and fraternally invi ted to accompany the By order of Post Actg Adjt The Grand Army have carriagesse cured to the Womans Relief Corps from Hall to the Bock Falls church and return next Sterling members of the corps will meet at tWnall at JO snd those residing in Rock Falls will assemble at Richardsons Rock at and be driven to the hall to join their after which all will proceed to the WITH ALL THE NEW STYLES FOB Stop A CHAMBERLIN 5 f Frank Cochr an LEAPS THE MIT ON AHD For Bent la Sterling or Boole Farms ant Fruit Gardens near tie Citj For Marble t Tsua week U moat interesting ooe And Qeiaetery Work ol dascrlptloas All Work Guaranteed to be In every Give 09 a call purcluulns and la tliai we put m tlia work at the lowest And the lowest 1 itffeSiSA in season or out of i BRESSLER 1 have on hand Fresh Groceries fJPHS o   

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