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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - June 19, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                rf5ffI K5lr f JUNE DENTAL fiwseltl Srca to told crown U Qu gHen on Third D Offleo In flnt T Offlw OTCT M on Third IlUnoln Attorneys at A tTQRNEY AT B u4 Bilrt Tfclrf ud LacaM HAILWAY TIME THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Atlantic Dnner Ovrrlund Limited OmnhsEiprcM Clinton Panscnget Sterling Tha Ki Clinton ff Ptttmtnt rnn Mccpt Frelfflit train other trains dail fiolng fM tilt unfl All carrt relffl fotnceut et A QU1NCT Rt Bolng 8 Arrive from 79 77 M 41 Arrive from 80 41 Manahan A TfORNEYS AT T ud Unite Walter ATTORNEY AT ant A TTORNBY8 AT LAW ANP SO LIOITOR8 IN OtBw over Drag A TTORNEY AT LAW AND SO UCITOR IN Ptdiienger 38 with cut tod wert on Clinton Branch with at Hock Uland cant ond went with main line for points Oonncll and and for City und polnUi CKNTRAL At Uolng Ootng PaHRcngcr tM STERLING CORHKCTED BVKllt THUIIODAT V bu JMBet mtx Btnllng National 1 tr1 JV ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 4i AT NOTARY PXTBUO Office orer Burling Natloual BUrllnfe TMnphOM Una Rfeg A TTORNEY AT NOTARY XJL PDBtIO JC8T101 07 THS liL tttendfd U Banks and The Sterling Rational GENERAL Prompt ut4 attention riven to HOUSE PAPER HANQEH AND Stop la OkTbi A Wcbct1 lint front Physloianff Onta Kye V head 3 WS4 00 20HJ4 W live KAKM V K Morris llun Anthracite IllUKSW 11 20O2B 60 B 00 T H 3H P HYSICIANS AND Aotliony comet Ilrat fourth and roonn 10But Third atreet BMldence 811 Second OHIce t to 10 1 to I 7 to 6 j Ifl DJ6BASE8 A TJalom Third Ill Jane AND Uoom Acmlomy of Mupic EVERYBODY KNOWS MOSES DILLON Carries the principal Block of The Sterling public was horrified to oclock that Jlmmle the eldest son of and Edgar Gait residing at the west end of had been drowned While bathing in Rock River just at the rear of the Sterling Electric Light Dynamo of the Sterling Pump bad suc ceeded in getting the body to shore jnst as Anthony and Reefer the river accompanied by the iiifated boys father and a number of All appliances for reaus cifation known to medical were used by the physicians present but without and after forty min utes fruitless the body waa con veyed home to the grief stricken par The lad was thirteen yean a member of Wallace a bright lad and a dutiful The grief of the parents is andthe sym pathies entire city go out to them in their Services were held at their home at 10 oclock this and interment at Riverside At the Christian parsonage last eve at 8 Andrew Scott Miss Julia late an attache of the Sterling was united in marriage to Robert late of Rock nowfore maaof the Miss Mary Zendt served as Immedi ately after the Ibe bridal repaired to the residence of the brides mother on Sixth where half an hundred Invited guests were assembled to extend congratulations to the happy and to partake of the wedding which was elab and Allison were the re cipients of many useful and valuable among which may be men tioned an elegant silver set from the Gazette Company and and a purse of from a of young The newly wedded couple de parted for their futuce at oclock thla IllinolsIotra The Sterlings won another game from the on Thursday thus defeating the champions two successive It wan beautiful work and the game was won squarely on three errors being charged to each flrowner never pitched In better form and never pitched a better game than he did on this The score stood 8 to Our boys Inft for Ottumwa at o clock feeling iu good spirits ov pie gathered at the depot to wish the boys success on their twenty days find we Believe win This defeat was a serious one to the as it lost not only first place in the but second al Good work In the pitchers and excellent was what did The Sterlings played the Ottumwas a gameof eleven Innings on the tatters last the final score standing 8 to 7 In favor of the Ottum The Monday game with the same is still in the score stand ing 8 to 7 in favor of In the ninth after the Ottumwas had srored four more the game was called on account of When the shower was the Sterlings refused to finish the on account of dy and the game was given to Ottumwa by a score of 9 to The Sterlings will contest this A letter from Manager Donnelly of the Sterling ball team received yester the game at Ottumwa on which was declared forfeited by the properly belongs to and the probabilities are that we will get The first game with play ed on Tuesday resulted in a shut out for our score 9 to Sterlings lost yesterdays game with Monmouth by a score of 9 to FOURTH Ofr PROGRAMME USB OF FIRST DIVISION Will form on Second north of Fourth head of division facing in the following order Chief Marshal and Keystone Dept and on Senior Posts on the with Will Robinson on ns Sons of by with KilgourCamp as Guests In SECOND Civic societies will forrn on First ave north of Fourth head of division on Fourth facing headed by Assistant Marshal ana Liberty Sterling Cornet THIRD Military will form on Locust north of Fourth head of division facing west on headed by CoL Clendenin and FOURTH and Agricultural headed by Dillons Menagerie and will form on south side Third right resting on Avenue A head of division on Fourth facing west LINK OF Column will march west at to Avenue L south to Third street east on Third to Ninth avenue north on Ninth to Fourth street west on Fourth toCentral place of The Morrison Presbyterian church Is to have a pipe will go to bed by the flicker aiwl glare of The grand Knight Templar encamp ment goes to Rock ford this The graduation class of ths Roek fotd high school numbered thirtytwo this of which live were Fifer Horn of Frefiportv Trustee the Sol diers Home at in place of The handshake of very Tlie HJSffibsrs of ths will At on I A large sttendaiKMiB Rockford has maker of bogns in her since last Last west United States Marshul atsd ft eauntered into his Attd bled They found a gWlon spurious His ortenail ness was that of a Real Estate AND LUMBER Last evening at 9 at the resi dence of the brides parents near Rock Miaa Mary Detrick was married to Hotiws Jtf TJOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN JtX Office and rpsldonce second door north of city First Building SEWER u PAID FOH HOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Offlw over Hock Ready b aiiBWcr calla day or rom Real Estate R EAL INSU Honey Uianed on Real Parana OOoTurat dootto BtetlUHE National Bter JUSTICE OP THE tKOTION AQKHT NOTABY te Iniu FIREWORKS Nearly two hundred Invited guests werti present to witness the and speed the young couple in their voyage with good Delicate re freshments were The presents were appropriate and many of them After July and Hartshorn will be at home to their in AND DECORATIONS WHOLESALE AMD AT Iniuranca in Painter and Tt PRACTICAL promptly ma4e by leav ing word tH Muiganii liftruew LOCUST J Giddings JBWESLBBSi ILLINOIS STYIiES THE mmm NAKUFACTD BY will Franli Ccfchr an The running races at the Driving Park last Friday came off as adver In the presence of a ctowd larger by than was ever before assembled upon the The principal race was that between Collins bay horse Cleveland and Dolans brown Cole the former from the latter from Spring Val The stakes were 8240 a and thousands of dollars changed hands on the Sterling sports backed the Spring Valley and although he won the first heat yet he lost the three succeeding beats and the just as all because he bad not been and was oat of horseman who looked at the two horses will readily declare that the loser shouldhave been the and he would win under other circum The southside sports raked in lots of cash and went home feeling very while Sterling and Spring Valley held the Several scrub races were run and an interesting pony race in which there were The Sporting As DQclation reaped a in a small and every body declared they had a of If our ball games could draw such crowds as did this horse base ball stock would treble in value in a CARTER Cornei Third Street and First STERLINGr STEAM DYE DYED AND BEPAIEED Iu flrstdaas or no Also dlflereul uud at prices Co suit cSe STtRLIMC STAHCARD te Dress o or Alt atmt to will recuive prompt Third Next Dour to and Pu Superintendent of the Normal Department of the nii nola Sunday School has sent for publication the following con cerning our I like the It is unique and serviceable iu the Ulgheat It Is really a conception of the highest In the hands of teachersas an accompaniment to the lessons of it would do much to make them real and iTviah you had min iature chart of bible for handy pocket Still agrowing The Milledgevllle Bock Falls Adam Horlachor removed his family to this They occupy the Plppert and Associationloaned at the Monday night The Republicans held a caucus Mon day night to select delegates to the county offended not a few old wheel horses by their Maxwell will assist conducUng the Teachers Training School at Joseph purchased from Bush tho building now occupied and is repainting If i t Squire Cadwell has removed his store room to the lot adjoining MeFeU and Is fixing it up in good It Is to be veneered with Teb WlUlams has movedinto the Montgomery property near the Brewer Harper has purchased from Buttonthe property now occupied by him for a The Keystone Mf are excavating on their Main street preparatory to the erection of buildings James and his street sprinkler are appreciated these hot and are indispensible Even the most gullible of people have abandoned the hope of riding to Ster ling on the street railway on July or any other if we have to depend upon the present outfit forits con Stanleys delivery wagon was Tadlywrecke3 y theteanr running Morrillj of is vis iting Is here visit ing his friends and The Rhetorical League met at the residence of James on Tues day The drowning last Sunday of the son ot Glassbum was an exception ally sad affair and much deplorejLTJie family has the sympathy of every one In their It is rumored that another sensation is on tap early Rock Falls is nothing if not sensa Medal Contest Demorest Medal Con test will begin June 24th for the benefit of the Sol diers Some of the beet in the country entered AS The contest is under auspices of the Admis sion teji Young The Executive Committee of the Young Settlers will meet in the parlors of the Fourth street in on the 28th day of at The Chicago NorthWestern Rail way will sell excursion tickets be tween all stations on July 3d and 4th good returning until July at one fare for the round Tickets and full information con be obtained of agents Railway 253 City anlTann Property ana Western Lanfls for for Call and aee what we Office at PMUp Mcea WE ARE At THE WfTH ALt NEW STYLES JPOU Stop IF YOU BORROW MONEY And have the Becurity to all you I can Tarnish want r Gome and see Gait f July 3d and 4th the B will sell round trip tickets at oneJow est regular lirstclassfare for the round trip between all stations eaat of the Missouri limited for returnjto July The partnership heretofore exlating betweea Melvin and Mel under the firm name of Mel vin is thla day dlasolved by mu tual A7 MelYih AU debts due the firm must be paid at MELVIN June Work on the brick sewer on Second street will be completed this and It is to be hoped that the pipe sewers will then be pushed forward The best Hair Invigoratbr is a good bristle i making a I havethem and Iwantto sell em I hereby an nounce myself as a farmers candidate for the olilce of State Representative of Whlteside subject to the of the Republican County hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Whiteaide subject to the action of the Republican County Con CLAKK The undersigned will be a candidate for Sheriff of Whiteaide subject to the nomination of the Republican County PERRY CHAMBERLIN when L4 I hereby Announce myself as a candidate for the onlce of Sheriff of Whiteaide county at the coming County GEOBOE House Renting and Sous of Veterans and are cowing to our intwenty five Instead of aa report ed last CoL Stombftugh baa do nated yard to as the place of holding their picnic IT may be that the English moneyed interest in thia country IB getting too Their InvoatmsntB io bws eries gloofi is to be As the breweries control most of the sft and as the tendency of every loou is toward this foreign limy sometime beoowe The summermeeting of Carroll County Trotting and Pacing Horse Association will hold a two days session at June 24th and There are to be distrib uted in and there will be three races each We acknowledge receipt of Invitation and the where withal to admit dropped see us the other day and told us he had been trying a little experiment the results of wflcb may prove beneficial to far He says as follows Last spring early I tried sn experiment up on four calves some three weeks old with a view of etopping the growth of their I proceeded by tot wet ting weli with water the place on the hew where the bora should make its then I took a sttok of potr ash and rubbed the wet parta On three of the calves I applied to both sides bat the fourth calf got away after I had only doctored one In looking for effect of my work this week discoveredthat there were no horoe visible on the three but the fourth fealf bom about fourths of era laaJi I helluva that tmtiaeat will prove iu evtory tded wia tbe iultumtm ot Sterling or Rook WATCHiSl Latent StytWto JEWELRY I CLOCKS 15 East Third Farms and Fruit Gardens Hear he City Far Seat Oflce at 1 1 ewe 0ait Bern QASAND STEAM BRESSLER Always 09 hawi f loll stock r SKeepa Wood Iron Jll Work and Fair Prices auardntuwL   

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