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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                JUNE DENTAL and to eWHrenB 8w Office on Tfcirt opparite WHwita Nttlootl Bank D Offl w em Boek on Third adjoining CSran tniooll Attorneys at TIMS Going QotOft Atlantic ExpreM Denver Uroitwt Overland Limited Ornnhn Clinton ISS Sterling PMMogct Omaha Ex Clinton Pmwenirer and Sterling except All other tralna Freight train going woirt golngemt et cirn PKCtHEf STOWS 6R ABU ATI Miwte Ex BURLINGTON AQUINCr 88 tiolng 8 78 Arrive from It JT ATTORNEY AT neral tad corner Ttlrt md Locart ATTORNEYS AT rooai t Mnidi Walter ATTORNEY AT OfflM over A A TTOKNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 A U01T6S8 lit Drag A ATTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 I401TOB tK Qgeiem BtOTBig Unload A TTORNEY AND COUN8ELOB A AT LA KOTABY PUKJO A OAn ant Burling National EL Ino JUni 41 Arrive fronf 85 41 Pantenger 88 with cant and on Clinton Branch with ol Rock Wand ewrtaml went with main line for Council and aud for Kansae City and IU1NOI8 CENTRAL AT Uolng Going PwpeniEfii ll15 STERLING CORIIKKTBD KVfcBY THURSDAY V A TTORNEY AT NOTARY XX CollMUmi U Banks and National BANKING VJ Prompt aad cartful attenti Prompt aad cartful attention jlten to afl live FABM W Antliroc HOUSE PAPER HANQFR AND flhop U Wobert Vint Physicians Anthony A PHYSICIANS AND X In Anthonr eonur Vint HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIANr OfllM aod roomi WEart Third nt Office la 10 1 to i t to 8 ORIFIOIAL Pnloa Third PL Jane TJHYSIOIAN AND JT Academy of Mualo TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN 1 i Office anil residence seeoiiil Uonr north of city 40f First EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Carries the principal stock of LUMBER HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 4 Office over Ready o calla day or from MY Heal Estate IN8U BAMCB COttBOTINa MomrLoued on Penoaal Blwllog NaUouil Building SEWER In Wliilcsido 1 A S PAID FOU C3rain 4 STYLES The Fifth Graduation exercises of the Prophetstown High School occurred at Wholes Hall last when a class of eleven young ladles and gentleman were presented for commencement cer Blioles Hall never contained a larger crowd every available inch of space was and the auditors were packed in like sardines a but even thenf scores of people failed to obtaftr as U usual on such was elaborate ly decorated with evergreens and flow ers in great while across the upper front portion the stage ap peared the mott9 of the class of 90 From height to in hand somely wrought The decora tions were largely the work of whose manners are as charming as her handiwork is The exercises began at 8 oclock with an instrumental overture by the during the playing of which the graduating class consisting of six young ladies and five young gen filed upon the stage and were seated in the easy chairs provided for while at the rear of the stage the Board of Principal and Supt were Warrington offered an invoca after which a quartette consisting of Misses Nettie Carley ihd Bessie Smith and and with Miss Edna Tlmmerman as sang Love and Later on the program this quartette gave a and closed the program with Good Fare Their singing was very merito The Salutatorian was Will and his Our The subject was original and and his style crisp and Miss Llllle Adams read an essay en titled Violets plucked will never grow a cumbersome subject but the young lady handled it most satisfacto and made a neat application of Miss Ora Pratt discoursed on Study your an essay which showed good sense and which was well 1 Bert Conner told us about Our youngest sister and his well rendered oration proved that he keeps pace with current aa well as text book history Lay Well the an ora tion by Oscar was in keeping with the other delivery and voice are excellent and iMiaa Zella Balrd defended Poor Lo in an essay entitled Who is to Blame and did it even if she was on the wrong side of a much disputed Mlas Millie GarrisorT had a lengthy theme for her essay Tread not upon the flowers while gazing at the but made amends for It by reading a brief production was pointed and Will Conlln a bright looking gave in good voice and easy bis Ideal of The True and re ceived the flrat applause of the eyen Prophetstown has more than her share of pretty It was very plain audience that Ellison was took all of aheap over that present Weve been brother and know just how you Lots to say ftnd not a word to say it The invitations and programs were very neat and in excellent a credit to the Spike or any other Our representative Is under obliga tions to Miss of the class of and for court Prophetatown audiences do not ap pear to be giyenjto Portions of some of the essays merited An even half pupils now hold diplomas from this Only one case of stage fright and that was not The large audience kept perfect At oclock at Grace Episcopal church this Miss Minnie a beautiful and a favorite in Sterling was mar ried to John of Char in the presence of a large num ber of invited Tho Rector of Grace formed the Messrs McKlnney and Will served as ushers and Miss Zabriskl and nle Ball acted as The performed according to the ritual of the Episcopal was beautifully as the bridal couple stood beneath the handsomest floral arch ever seenTiri The chancel of the church was ele gantly and tastily decorated with choice flowers and the air lllled with the perfume of the flowers banked In the and Zabrlskl departed on the train for Paul and other points andwere accompanied to the depot by many now happy Their residence will be where Zabrlskl is in School The Lincoln Sclidol a Sprightly litlfe entertainment last night at the Wallace Opera house to a fair The exercises opened by a song from six young and the welcome was extended by little Robbie after which Walter Dunmore told how they fought Bunker The BaldHeaded by Nevin Loux took so well that Nevin was called back to give some Misses Lillie Tow er and Clara Swartly dueled and Charlie Iloobier and Eddie Rife were the rival oratbrsT Tnedfalbgue Brid gets investment was a good sell and it by five little was too cute for It wail a hole In one of the little Misss Master Harry Wilken declaimed Get tysburg like a young Daniel and the May song by the double trio of young ladies was sung very The eight boys in the Snow Brigade unide a lioap of fun throwing their cot ton and Too Late for the Train by little Hiss flora showed what horrid things men The Way Down East dialogue by Bertha Anna and Frank Swartley and Charlie took as did also Frank Swartleys 27 Harry Trudo come very near forgetting his Jlmmie Butler and the he stuck to It like a in and got himself a The closing piece was a Tam bourine Drill by ten sweet looking and nicely dressed little and they did very well andcalled forth much ap Principal Ebersole and his teachers and patrons and pupils can congratulate themselves on this the wind up of their years Township Republican The Republican voters of Sterling I are requested to meet at the I store of In the city of from 3 oclock to 5 oclock on June for the purpose of selecting forty the County Con vehlioti to bo held at Morrison on the 18th day of UODKIIT the pastor the First wUI graduate at Eranston Theological Sflminftr m the 19th formerly the sweet and pursnasive hustler of the now advertising manager or the Du buque Daily has an article In the Chicago Cemnierctal Union of June in regard to foreign advertis the justness of Charg ing foreign advertiBersjnstasrnachas home Tonf cocoanut be level oil with Friday A card f rota Kendall Etateti A candidate for Ctetk of the Court of the 2d JHstricl Hs tstiriret from to the of tte and has been to utery campnlgn stnoe At represents the tU Dis trict on the Republican State Central Real Estate Ciiyaoi Fan Property SD Laois for and fox what WB WE ABE AT WITH THE NEW STYLES FOB stop GLAKKv IF YOU TO BORROW MONEY And have the security tr I can t all you want G JUSTICE OP THE COL UWTIOH AQKHT HOTAHY W WM reUabl oo BU 13RACTIOAL PAINTER promptly piade by leav worij at naroom Maud a wlnupme CARTER Cornw Third Street and Firs THE HUBBARD MANUFAGTD BY Frank CocHr an MBBER We furnish RUBBER STAMPSof any to JAPANESE Lanterns and Colored Lights For In any Rt 3O9 Locust STERLING STEAM DYED AID BEPAIBED In firstclass pr no AUo Dress mmt had for her theme Dutys Faithful Child and drew a terse and pleasing word picture of the life and work of Louise whose memory everypure minded girl Allie Bracken asked ua Who Is the Chief Magistrate of our Government and then answered it in an oration that showed and careful prepara Miss Bennie a stately girl pos sessed of an excellent was and rendered a good essay on Consider the After con cluding her address to the Miss on behalf ot herself and presented to Principal a beau tiful photographic and Ellison ia in a surprised condition broke him all but he express ed his thanks County was on the program to talk about AvCom munity8 School but talked on several jpther and as he talked well and left with the assemblage some sensible and timely of the board of presented the diplomas In a fitting manner and made a speech that was chock full of good The young ladiea were all dressed IllinoisIowa Since our last issue there has been no little excitement in base ball over an attempt made by a portion of the to oust the Sterling As take At a secret meeting ol these held at Monmouth on Tuesdayof last this action was actually and the CedarRapids was scheduled to play here Friday and Saturday was ordered to play at v The Sterling Association met this arbitrary and uncalled for action by an Injunction which was sworn but on Thursday in Judge Crabtrees and served on Secretary Morgan at and the of the Cedar Rapids at Ualesburg on by Sheriff The Chicago papers teemedwith accounts of the from various towns in the but Sterling means and got there in great Oh Saturday much to every ones the Cedar Rapids arrived having been orderedhence by SecretaryMor In the afternooifof the same Morgan telegraphed that all the other teams in the league had been or ered to play at as and thus anexpensive aud protracted legal fight was The second game with the Ottum played last Thursday resulted in a victory for the but they worked for and only won by a the score closing 6 to On Friday the Sterlings went to the and the Cedar Rapids not ap the game was declared won by the Sterlings by a score of S to The game with the Cedar Rapids on Saturday was fought for blood on both but the superior batting of the Rs coupled with three outrageous errors by on lost us the It was clear to the large audi ence present that the home team was the had it not been for Mack eys which were He was evidently playingfor his re The score stood 6 to 1 in favor of Cedar On account of rain Monday the sche game between the Monuioutha and Sterlings was aud both games were played on the first being called at 2 The was nasty aud Interfered ma terially with both The visitors won an easy victory in the and re peated it ia second The score standing 10 to 6 in the and 8 to in the second at the close of the seventh The victory for tlie Honmoutha was due principally to v At a meeting of the Executive Com mittee of the Northwestern Soldiers and Sailors Association of In June Sept 10 and 11 was the date tlxed for holding the an nual f OSCAR 2STo isTo m t fl J Come and Bee Gait AND Probnbly there is no blemish more annoylrigthfm jTJiejrcome with out uny apparent and by BO many esteemed a mark of plebeian con nections that they are often a cause of unnecessary The best way to remove warta Is to take lio Block In su but go to the root of the Take a drive it well into the then heat the needle by means of a gas jet or till the wart is cooked that till it looks Then remove the and dont touch the wart for a day or BO when it will dry up and fall oft This is a sure No scar will be left and the operation is attended with very lit 1utnam LONDON I challenge any man to name a single article on which a duty is un der which the production of such arti cle has grown to the or jnearly of the home that the price of such if competition is not interfered has not been materi ally reduced to the Con gressman MERBIAM the publishers of Websters are bringing suits against both the publishers auu the jobbers of the cheap 1847 edition of I have it and I want to sell I hereby an nounce myself ad a farmers candidate fpr the oflice of State Representative of VVhiteside subject to the action of the Republican County Con EFniaiM hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Whiteside subject to the ac tion of the Republican County Conven CLABK undersigned will be a candidate for Sherlll of Wbiteside subject to the nomination of the Republican County when hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Whiteside county at the coming County GEOIJGE SO sliada QI tforlc sent to precisely in crsain brilUantiue aurah the only ornaments corsage bouqneta of pond lilies an in add atvery sensible Some of tbe options aud essays were very superior pd showed that there were bralna IbeMnd while all aviuoed a goaddogioo of to a originality and careful We have witnessed graduationB of this aad a score or more with in the limits of WWfceaide and can truthfully endorse tbe sentiment expressed by Prophote towu la aeeoud to their superior all of there play era being heavy and the 1st Moriarity is the safest and strongest batter la the The attendance was light The game Wednesday eclipsed all previous coiebatw on the Sterling dla TRondrandtesutted u the v ment of the the first team ia the by a score of 7 to The home team played beautiful and without a single The same teamsplay tbU afternoon a and at out team departs for Ot Bfcopjpiag tomorrow at I where they in season or out of BRESSLER have oo tand full stock flf t Fresh Groceries And Uie Host Delicious TEAS ever and a Complete iine CANNED GOODS of all LV a FiwtOlsss Grocery should carry we and lowest notch in the scale of Paste this in your at aud call on BRESSLER SOU 406 East Tfriii CHAMBERLIN NEW QOOJ3S House Rentin KleuttUt Designs to WATCHES JEWELRY For Bant in Btegligg 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