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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                21 MAY SIM irorr BORROW MONEY security to I catt furuism all watit CHAMBMUH BUBINE88 A toteM to whm Cfflea cm TUMI itnel oypwlU D rtt la lint HtUoaal Bank Vt oa Third IBlnett Attorneys at ATTOBNEY AT rooms f ad BtBI TUrt and Locnrt Manatutn ATTORNEYS AT Fatcite a rooms T and Aotoay ot Marie Waiter 80 Oflfce OVCT ATTOBNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 LIOITOR8 IN OOct ont Ketfcrs Drag ATTORNEY AT LAW AND tlCITOR IN Sterling National ATTOJEINEY AND OOUN8ELOB AT NOTART PUBLIC Offlosom eurllng National ATTORNEY AT NOTABY ptrauoAJUuTioierTHi RAILWAY TIME tHK BHICABQ AWd NDRTHWESTERM doing Going Atlantic Denver Ovfrlnnd OmRbft 4t04 Clinton The Ornihn Clinton FuMnRer and Sterling FMrnnger ran except All other trains Freight train going at 1M llK going et F curnr BDRLINOTONA QHJNCY Going Going 9 86 16 41 from ArrlTB from TV M TT 41 PaMxnger M with tralnn cut and wwt on Clinton Branch with A at Rock Irland eait and west with msln line for Council and and for KUHUU City and points ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Going Going KVKttT THURSDAY V bn 1M4NO LIVK V f FARM f BO 25 00 Ill Colltctlcns W IMsn Snrst National Banks and Sterling National flENERAL VT prompt and canfol attention given to afl HOUSE P P APEB HANOZR AND Wtbats Firat Physicians So Anthony PHYSICIANS AND la Anthony corner Flirt rpBrth office uid rooms 19 Third KoMiniM It Soeond OfBco I to 19 1 to T to 8 OBIFICIAL IG DISKASBS A ThM HL f 20Q25 CO Morris 800 7M 1 00 BOLL OF Names of Soldiers of the Republic Who in Honored Graves in Sterling Rock Falls Lie 84th Major 13th PaytnMter 34th James Department 65tli 23d Lloyd tub 1 JftntM Edward 7Bth 7Mh John 140th Janwi Tales Bard md EVERYBODY KNOWS Asst Burgeon 24th Richard Mil Edward Hi Vermont Bergt Samuel 13th 3d Horace Mh Pennsylvania Corp itth New York Joseph John 3d Illinois Edwin 8th 1errln 12th Jerry hth 13th Benjamin 13th 13th Cyrus 13th 33d Henry 34th John 34th 34th Moses 34th Charles 34th S4th John 4ttli nanlel 75th Richard 7Bti Moses 7fitn U 76th Mark Joseph 82d Joseph 92d wd 12Tth Alexander 140th James Frank 140th Frank 140th Joseph UWh Marshall 140th Michael 147th John 147th Blhu 147th ISatti Simeon M IlL Silas a Pay Ueiiartment Joseph Cheneys Lars Henshaws John Wisconsin Christian nth Kentucky Lloyd idth 2d New Louis John Vermont Archibald 4th Albert John Gunboat Jacob Gunboat Alonzo Barkers Ambulance regiment Robert Great Gameathis beginningSat THAT MOSES DILLON principal stock of LUMBER Jane PHYSICIAN AND t Room of Manic Otlt M TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Building SEWEB In Whlteslde Omoeand residence second door north of city 407 First HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office over Excbango Rock Ready o answer calls day or from Real Estate Adam IN8U AV BANGS loaned on Rotl and Penooal Offiw wait dooi to Btwltog Katloaal Ku JUSTICE OP THE COL LKOTIOM AQKNT NOTABY PAID FOU OraiEL MEXICAN Mexican and CANADA Capt 7th New York J832i LTEST Vtn IB Elegant Designs In Gents GOLD WATCHES Meat Htyles In JEWELRY 16 East Third CARTER Coraei Third Street and Pint THE NUBBARD MANUFACTD BY RUBBER We RUBBER STAMPS of ajiy kind to JAPANIESE Lauterna and Colored lights For in any at 1 309 Locust SOB STEB14NG STEAM DYE GENTS CLQTHfNQ DYED AND iEPAIBED IQ flratciaas or no Also LADIES 9 JOCMCT or John Illinois Moanted WAB OF Luther Edward John Levl William John Memorial Last Sunday was Memorial and the morning opened warm and The women of the Sona of Veterans and the boys with all other old soldiers who chose to all meet at the Hall at ten oclock where carriages were in waiting for the old soldiersescorted by Sonsof Veterans with their dpim marched over to Bock liaten to pastor of jthat deliver a very acceptable and able Memorial The church which has lately been remodeled and enlarged looked very and the flowers in sweet profusion about the pulpit lent a lively to the sad In front of the pulpit was an enwreathed pic ture of President Lincoln jon either side of steps leading to the choir were the pictures of Generals Grant and were seated to the right in and the of tothe with the the front minister was at ha best and preached an effective sermon from Psalm 12 Blessed Is the nation whose Uodls the Bales considered it one of the rare privileges of his life to thus ad dress true heroes and He enumerated some of the scared and considered this day and Friday next above all save only the birthday of him who ia the Prince of The speaker then showed in fitting words that the Nation whose God is the Lord and that Nation has its foundation principles built up on a rockr He was listened to with profound s Council The City Council met in special ses sion on Monday and granted dram shop licenses to two more appli John Wolf and Joseph Pet The former opens a saloon at First the latter at 15 West Third A resolution waa passed authorizing the committee on Streets and Alleys to select eightyeight blocks throughout the city which are moat lu need of permanent with a view to having the same constructed ibis A resolution waa also declaring the franchise forfeit which was granted to the Union Street Hallway of Sterling and Rock and instructing the City Attorney to so notify the officers of the The Street Ity waa also by the terms oi tbia resolu to remove from the streets all stringers and obstruct the The next regular meeting of the Council occurs oa next Monday night IlllnoiaIowa Last Thursdays game with the Au rora team developed the fact that Ster ling is not to be sneezed at any notwithstanding the fact that we were The game was a pretty one and hotly the visitors defeating the home team 9 Friday out boys crossed with the same and the early part of the game indicated that the Sterlings had a walk for when Aurora went to bat in the fifth the score stood 8 to 0 against The last half of the game proved again the oft asserted maxinm no game is won until It Is The Auroras were on their and aided by an error by Hoyt in left field and another by Tanner ou both the first serious errors either of these players has the visitors were able to even up the and at the close of the ninth it stood In the tenth the home team secured one run and the visitors thus giving them the game by a score of 8 to On Saturday the Sterlings played the Ottawas at the latter as the score it was for blood all the way The official score shows 3 to 2 In favor of but this will undoubtedly be reversed for the reason that the made a decision that was so radically wrong that even the Ottawas saw and acknowledged it The League Secre of wrote Secretary Hendricka on Mon day that the decision was and that the game would be declared On Monday our boys again met the their superiority by winning the game in an 8 to 7 con It is reported that the combat was a beautiful and remarkably free from Ourjteam is clearly the and win reach a notch higher on the percentage ladder before another The first game at Jollet with the Sterlings was played and the boys of the penitentiary city smote us hip and thign to the tune of 0 to The game was well played so say the Chi cago won yeaterdayas game with 5 to well get there yet with both mark our The Sterling Club is doing some fine work now and we trust that in the series of ten games which open here our people will encour age them by a liberal In point of these games are equal to any of the old league and just as well They are surely worth the admission Monmouth dont guy us any She stands second in the League but was the first to lose a game to late third base man for the Sterling has been appointed an League and assumed his new duties on the proved himself a gentleman in the Friday at by keeping his temper in the face of Umpire Browns rank decisions which lost Sterling a Sterlings crack played year with the Tanner batted the ball out of sight in the second game with the and made a home Bock Falls Miss Lizzie Lenhart gave a dinner yesterday in honor of the 71st birthday of John Kelson Smith has his foundry in full operation The Peoples Bank is being renovat DECORATION The procession will form ot Locust right resting cm and will move to toe cemetery at in the order named Commanders will govern themselves and nave their commands ready to move Cblrf Colonel and Staff of Sterling Zouave Drum Sons of Veterans Dram Sons of Keystone Will Boblnion Post Speakers and Chaplain In Disabled Veterans In M08K8 PROGRAM AT MusleBy Keystone Vocal With Solemn Heading Orders and Bon of Adju tant ol Keystone Decorations lor the Unknown chil with a We Their Graves Alike Greyer Vocal Comrades Sweetly By Afterward some time will be given to view the decorations before the com panies march HEADQUARTERS ROBINSON POST May General Order L In compliance with orders from Headquarters of the and the Department of the comrades of Will Robinson Post 274 will assem ble at their Hesdonarters at 1 oclock May f or thejno per observance of Memorial 1 H honorably discharged sol diers and sailors of the army or navy are cordially and fraternally invi ted to join the Post on this In the discharge of the solemn duties of Memorial it is expected that the soldierly deportment of every comrade will be such as to honor the graves the memories we the flag we and the Grand Army to which we By order of Post Adjt REPORT OF THE CONDITION THE STERLING NATIONAL BANK In the State of at the close of Loans ami 69 secured and 03 bonds to 00 Doe from approved reserve 16 furniture ana fixtures 00 Current expenses and taxes 84 Premiums on 00 Checks and other cash 45476 ot other Fractional paper nickels and 10517 70 Legaltender Redemption fund with Treasurer 5per cent of 84375 BATES CONANT BASE 4 LAWN If you want to see a nicely painted and it is well worth go djjye up Capital stock paid oo Bnrplus fund oo Undivided profits si National bank notes outstanding oo Individual deposits subject to 70 Demand certificates of at 08 STATB County oi Cashier of the above named do solemnly swear that the above state ment U to the best of my knowledge and Caslilen Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of JOHN Notary CorreotcAttest JAMKS ft RealEstate ftT work Milt to ug will rttcalvo prompt Next Door to t Mwsuzluea an J Pa neatJy WiU i tally ditfjreut stylos at to suit tha BTtRLIHC STAliDAftQ Packed audiences greeted the perfor mances given in this city by French Co Railroad Mena gerie and and the rounds of applause which frequently arose from the througa inside the immense proved they appreciated and were pleased with the Their trained animals prolific of pleasant motion and the various fea turea were ail exceedingly fuauy and oes with yitu Maxwell baa been engaged foe another year as principal of our high Kichard Arey and family have removed to Mlas Jennie after a pleas ant visit here of several depart for her home at roadster purchased by Mer rill from Isaac waa shipped to Boston last who purchased the Bawson property on May is im proving the place Cards were issued Tuesday by Inviting a number of friends to Wednesday Thomas formerly foreman for the has been engaged by the Eureka He is a good cit izen and firstclass and we are glad he remains with The young people met at Miss Leuharta last The graduation exercises of the Bock Falls High School occur at the Thursday June The class consists of three young la The Bock FaUs Alumni Association will meet at the School House on Ert day evening of next for tneir annual Tha old man of the News has pur chased a new white The project of erecting a Sanitarium at tha magnetic well IB again be ing and it is reported that the owners of the property have leased it for this Several members here of the old 13th attended the reunion at Dlton on Brewer our candidate or sheriff accompanied by visited Fulton and the west end within the City and Fan Property ana Wera flr street and look at JT Hills r jr HARRISON TOWN and COUNTRY have it and 1 want to sell it I PERRY for t3T Call and see what we Office at Philip Nices WE ARE AT THE FRONT THE NEWSTYLES in season or out of BRESSLER SONl Always Uave on band a full yock of Fresh Groceries And the Host Delicious TEAS ever and a Complete Line of CANNED GOODS of all EverylbinR a FirstClass Grocery Emporium should carry we Ui lowest notch la the scale of Paste tills In your Kat and call on L K SON East CHAMBERLIN m V v V ingiCollectini OnMaySUthttiea will sell tickets between saot 100 miles cue and of the regular oae way Lloated to toy FOR Stop iQQOQOQf Frank Coclir an LKAM THE ON For Bent in Starling or Kook   

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