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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - June 5, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                Kp CY i BIGKtT OP VOL JUNE BtmiNESS BNTAL Special can tret to goM crown and kriSfra to childrens wtxm Qss on Third Oflleft la First Kathma Bank BUr J Oftee ore Rock If if RAILWAY TIME Office an Third adjoining Crta Illinois Attorneys at ATTORNEY AT rooms 5 and Balls Talrt and Locnil Manahan ATTORNEYS AT Fttefts a rooms T sod Malic Walter ATTORNEY AT over A TTQRNCT8 AT LAW AND 80 LIOITOK8 IN oter Keefers Drat ATTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 XJL IIOTTOR IN Offlos rrsr Sterling III THE CHICAGO AND NQRMESTERH RAllWAYi Oolnft Going Atlantic Deiivpr Overlsiul Oiniihs Clinton Sterling The Clinton and Merlins PsuMOKer run except BnncUy All other trains Freight train going west at carry BBRUNGTOH t QU1NCT Going Going B Psmteneer IW 4S Arrive rrom Arrivs from 88 II Puwenger 88 connects with trains east and west on Clinton Branch with at Rock Itlaml cast and went with main line for points Council and and for Kansas city and points ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Uolng Oonthi Going lliU Thla is great week In Sterling for lovers of base and they are being treated to some of the best playing to be witnessed any where Inthe the 1 League is the youngest of the seven Leagues now attracting attention In the United It IB a remarkable fact that better ball can be seen upon its grounds than in any of the old and by men who are paid two or three times what our men Two games were played at Aurora on Decoratldn both of which were won by the The score In the first standing 10 to 4 and the second 11 A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PUBLIC A OOca over Sterling National BUrltaf Line Hfag L A TTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC Or THE UU Collections attended la JMers to First National Banks and Sterling National Bank Prompt sad carafnl attention Mven to all HOUSE PAPER HANQKR AND ebop la DavU A Webers First front STERLING EVKJIY THURSDAY V LIVE V V live FARM V Morris 8 00 TOO 3 26 4 M A 00 A 00 8 10 8 10 Physicians Anthony PHYSICIANS AND X Office In Anthony corner Rut attain acd fourth BterUnfc HOMEOPATHIC Office and rooms 19 Bait Third Reddenca oil Bocond Office to 10 1 to I 1 to B riBIPICIAL 1C DIBKABBS A Unloa Third Jane PHYSICIAN AND 1 Room Academy of Mrislc RoaldenceOall EVERYBODY KNOWS MOSES DILLON the principal Btook The Saturday game here with Otta was was attended by a about 400 peo and they were rewarded by seeing A game of Intense Interest The Ster lings had their opponents shut out until the ninth when they scored one The home team got in three runs in the and one in the the final score standing four to one in favor of the The game was well played on both one of the features being that three the ourth and were played without either club getting a man be yond first Errors were one only scored against the home and three against the The game of ball here yesterday be tween the Sterlings and Ottumwas was a walk away for the home notwithstanding the fact that the ylsl ors hold the second place in the The visitors were outbatted and outplayed In every and the score stood 20 to 5 in favor of Hurrah for Were getting there with both A larger number of ladles than usual are attending the games this Kid Browner is too many for the and they failed to get on to his peculiar The grass should be kept mowed Last week it was ankle and hard on Let us suggest that a line both east and west of the be staked oft inside which conveyances shall not be Teamastand top near the Smoking la the grand stand should be Hojtlnthe and Jack Baff erty in the infield have few superiors In their respective M TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN AJL Offlce and residence second door north of city TTOMKOPATHIO PHYSICIAN JJL OtRca over Rosk Ready o anawn calls day or from XT Building SEWEB In Wbttosldo PAID FOR arxci Real Estate 3 Adam REAL IN8U RANOB AND COLLECTING Mousy Loaned An Ret and Personal OOea next door to Sterling National Bter TD8TIOB OF THE OOL NOTARY VTOTniorarjce In reliable 1M Tbirt Painter and PRACTICAL PAINTER DECO EBtlrnates promptly made by luav word at Mangans harmms Giddings ILLINOIS CARTER Cornel Third Street and Pint RUBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPS of any kind to JAPANESE THE HUBBARP MANUFACTO BY Lanterns and Colored Lights For in any at CEO WERNTZV 309 300 EverybodyJcnows Jesse the insurance but everybody dosent know the scrape he got Into the other On Monday he packed his grrp with a celluloid some insurance a deck d a quart of be and the latest edition of the Police and sallied forth to Pbenlxlze Lee That night he tarried at a hotel in and in the morning before leaving for the country opened his grip for some and was parallzed to witness the transfor mation that had been wrought In stead of the articles mentioned he found a bible and a Presbyterian confession of several copies of religious a couple of nicely laundried shirts and a cuff and collar two or three sermons in manu but no eye A light dawned on Insurance pilgrim and he realized that he had the wrong pig by the but inquiry developed the fact that his satchel was and with it a preacher from Princeton en route to the Synod at Jesse came over on a freight and soon found the Princeton who was also hunting j for arid an exchange was but Jesse says he wont have the courage to look into a Presby terian church for a and that henceforth he will sleep with that grip chained to his Why dont more of our educated up the study of short Aument tells us that Bcarcely a week goes by during which he doesnt have calls for thor oughly competent He showed us a letter this week from a former now at calling for two gentleman stenogra phers for positions paying 8125 a mouth One with a big mining Seven more games this Come Out and witness better bail play ing than you ever saw be Rock Falls Banker Bush Is improving in The City Council met on Monday In regular and ted routine barber shops are open and receive a liberal patronage from the other side the Carl formerly of Walzer Sterling left last week sas City to accept a The Associatlan meets on Monday the 10th inst Miss Marcena by the way is the only female census enumera tor appointed in Wniteslde be gan the counting of noaea In Coloma township on The Keystone Foundry shut down last Thursday evening for an Indefinite gaged in removing their to They will va cate the place this Jake Frank is building a new house on lot block Merrill Hap goods The Sterling are doing a rushing business principally in hay They employ eighty Rock Falls High School Alumni meet Friday night at the school Thursday occurs the graduating exercises of the Class of of our High The graduates are Misses Alice Belle Allison and Amy will oc cur at the John Butler has purchased two desirable lots on Tracy of L Many graves In our cemetery were beautifully decorated on the 30th ult no services were held flfatcheller is visiting at Englewood this The Old man of the has on exhibition In hla office a picture of him self taken in Captain was not at all homely work feU from the scaffolding and was seve rely injured His wrist was and right arm June 2 Many I deslfe to exjpresli my heartfelt Ibankls to the of Keystone and all oth ers who snowed me so much respect on Decoration No greater honov could have paid and I shall cherish it in my memory as long as I LEWIS undersigned will be a candidate for Sheriff of Whlteslde subject to the nomination of Republican County when hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Whlteslde county at the coming County OFFICIAL County Walter Muter In C W County Circuit Oeorn Deputy Bberll eut George Bnperlntetadent of Jamm Virgil John Joosthsn Highway Rooer Anson of the John John 1 Polloa John Superintendent of Chief Fire City IF BORROW And have the security to all yon MONEY can fttmlsli I At 3STo dome and see Gait AND LONDON First Jolm Third Fonrth Oeorge John LEGAL Administrators Estate ot GEORGE De Tlie undersigned having been appointed Ad ministrator ol the estate ot Cieoriie Elctiel of thn County of WliltesUe and State of hereby gives notice tliat lie will appear before tlie County Court of Whlteslde at the County Court Room In at the July on the First Monday in July at which time all persons having claims said estate are notified and requested to attend for tha purpose of liavlng the same ad All persons Indebted to said estate are requested U make Immediate payment to the Uivtof this day of 21W3 JOSEPH I have it and I want to sell it1 During Mbswiea In Mil all Frank Cochran STEAM DYE WOEKa CLOTffrifG DYED AND BEPAIBED Ju w no Also LADIES Dress Dyed to or AH wort sent to Will receive prompt M Third Ntoet Dow to BIKIIFRY usatly tuud suteuui inillwlt I llaUy m dittoruiit styles and at irlcett o tlis itylesamlat jit STERLIHiJ 8TAMPARB the other with a law The stenographic field is aa extensive and of no Institution whose graduates stand so high in it as do the pupils from the Sterling Busi ness and Phonographic Are you ready for the Fourth of July JJemember there will be an ocean of people here and you are ex pected to look after your friends that come from a There is no question about the the consid eration now is how to take care of the People from the country round about had better be on the safe side and briug their luuch with The eatables of this town may give out be fore all are The publlo la cprdialiy invited to at tend the literary exerclsea of the Ster ling High Bcliool to be given at the church on Satur June at The chief feature of the Weroisea la to be an ad dress by Some flue music is alaa beiag Tha Falrview School closed last Thursday in a moat delightful Ah enjoyable program of literary ex ercises was carried In the pres ence of over jne hundred the most Interesting features being a dec lamation by Ellis entitled Grandmas Coun try four girls The Old Fashioned Marm by Boyce TeachWs Reverie by Nora At the the Miss Bertha was presented with an elegant and costly toilet Miss Nora Williams mak ing presentation on behalf of the Latimer was thoroughly but quickly recovered her self and responded Luncheon was the directors and others made and every body enjoyed the On last Tuesday the Bock river Pres bytery of this district held its sittings in the Presbyterian church of this During the day the routine business was transacted and in the evening the ordination services investing the Palmer with the pastorate of the Presbyteriau church of this city took of delivered the main of told oar young pastor what he should not and the of for merly pastor gave the congrega tion a bit of good The occa sion was a happy at the close of the official duties connected with this the congregation greeted their new mostly friendly and open hearted We are pleased to note that several of our avenues are to be improved in a manner similar to First A petition from residents of Third Ave nue has already been acted upon by the and on Monday night peti tions from residents of 5th and 6th Avenues for permanent were presented What is more beautiful at this sea son of tlie year than an apple orchard tn It is something that is about feet wears a jaunty little baton ahead that is covered with nut brown eyes teeth like a complexion that would remind one of tlie color of a Illy struggling a a disposition like an toot that wears a 8 W shoe made on a B last 6 and weighs 81 Joeejihtae Pay ol WM recently sentenced to one lujpriscwawiut or allowing heneU to to hypnotized in cage con taining neveral in R menagerie at xaomseTercly Administrators Estate ot DANIEL The undersigned having been appointedAd ministrator of the estate ol Daniel late of the County ol Whltoslde and State of hereby gives notice that lie will appear before the County Court of Whlteslde at the County Court Room In at tlie July on the TMriI in July at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified ami requested to attend for the purpose oC haying the same ad All persons indebted to said estate are requestedto makeImmediate to the DatedThlszist day of TAYLOB mw3 BATES d CON ANT BASE Real Estate AND City and Fan Property ant Western Lanis for nouses fox LAWN fST Call and see what wo Office at Philip Nices WE ARE AT THE FRONT WITH ALL THE in season or out of SON FOR tar stop BRESSLER Always have on hand a full stock of Fresh Groceries And the Most Delicious TEAS ever and a Complete line of CANNED GOODS of all Everything a FirstClass Grocery Emporium should carry we andmltti lowest notch IQ the scale of prices Paste this In your aod call on BRESSLER SON 406 East W Street CHAMBERLIN Klegaut Deslgua In Ladles Gents WATGHES1 Htylea lu JEWELRY i 16 East Third ap wo apt m i House Renting For Bent in Sterling or Book i Truu ifirt mi Muter ttw near   

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