Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - June 26, 1890, Sterling, Illinois VOL JUNE A f Fnfton Star Prot elected as prSnctpil of fhft pnblle wlfi about per Kate the Professor en receiving ttto Ilia ability sa an such that be Is sure The Farmington Board of have made wise G ENTAL BpeeUU on tiwo to goM cwm tnd to Ou git m on Third n Flrtt National Bunk D tTt O0M on Third tdjotalag IlllnoU Attorneys at XH A TTORtf EY AT I IMTi Thlrtaod Sterling Manahan e ATTORNEYS AT t Anatomy of Mmic Walter ATTORNEY AT ortt BttrUnf A ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SO LIOITOBS is am KMttfi Drag A ATTORNEY AT LAW AND UCITOB IN OffenOTW flUtUng Ntlloctl ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LA NOTARY PUBLIC Office OTor Staling National HAtliWAY TIME THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going Going Denver Overltnd Clinton Starling MS The Omaha Clinton Pimenjer and Sterling PMMDgft rnn except All ether Krelgbt train going at going eut et carrr p BBRLINGfDN QUINCI Going H 49 Freight Arrive from SB 41 80 ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC JTOTIOB or THI PBAOL lit Banks and Going It Arrive from It IT Paonenger M connecta with tralna eutand went on Clinton Branch j with 4 at Rock Irland eaat and Trent with main line for point Conncll and and for CAlj and ILUNOIS CENTRAL AT Oping Going STERLING COBBKCTEt KVBBV THUB8DAV V uu i 60086 Oats 254MO V 340 fl head OHM oo Hhecp 20454 eo live weight 8 0 FAIUI V ttv 10 1Y j11 V II W bu 20Q2S V ton 3 eo Morris Run 800 Anthracite 7 H Wbbl 1 00 V 3H Tim Sterling National GENERAL Prompt and euefn attantloa itten to SB HOUSE PAPER HANQSR AMD Shop U WtboHi lint root Physicians Anthony A PHYSICIANS AND In Anthony oonwr TTOMEOPATHIO 10 Kut Thlrfl itTMt J11 Baeoad Office i to 10 1 to t to 8 rVKIFIOIAL 1C DISKASSi A Third HI Jane PHYSICIAN AND J Room Academy of Music Gait M HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlce and rnsldnnce second door north of city 407 First KNOWS v MOSES DILLON Carries tlio priuolpal stock of LUMBER State and Bell and Thomas of this and of and Leander of ftt tended the State Convention from this city Jamison and KaufTman were the regular and Charles Bent were candidates for member of the State Central Committee from this Congress ional District The delegates were equal ly divided on these candidates and as there seemed be no possible chance of coming to an the ques tion was socm amicably by tak ing up Thomas who was made a member of the State Central Com mittee from this the Seventh Congress ional This position has been ably Dlled by Charjes Bent of Mor and it will be the earnest en deavor of the newly elected member to do the very best he canfor the Dis Worthlngton went before the committee on resolutions and made an eloquent ffve minutes speech in fa vor of her temperance of one of the Bureau county who ate hash with our says he is not going to wear his when he goes to the next When Bell snored In the car a couple of ladies were heard to remark one to the you ever see a man that didnt snore V When BWTSadehliFllttle7 speeclf to the he told Fifer that the picture representing him as a has an honest look about When Jamison got wedged In with one thousand delegates In the Representative Hall with the ther mometer at he said he was going home end you would never hear of him in politics again only when he went to town to get his When the good man of the editors always took Jam ison to hear the and they both saw the banks of living love liness they began to ilg ure how much they couldget tor their Jamison says that the can didate for State dont know great menwhen their names are men Jamisou before the and of took and got the worth pf their The Republican Stftte Franz University Charles Clerk of the Supreme Cmirt Clerk of Ihe of Hendricks drug this was married at DIxon at 11 oclock this mor to Mrs Lizzie late Grubb also of Ruthrauff pastor of the Lutheran church at Eahloman Is an old resident of and known to The bride is a sister to the late and a lady who is held In high esteem by her many friends for her woman and genuine A host of friends wish and Eshleman unlimited Death and Lnst Friday afternoon the towns of Paw Paw and Sublette on the line of the in Lea County some twenty five nilleu south east of this wlthvthe country Intervening wore vis the that has struck Northeran Illinois for for thirty The Hunt school two miles from Paw Paw in which Miss Maggie McBride the teach and seven of the pupils had re mained after school awaiting the cessa tion of the was caught up in the height of two or three hundred when it exploded with thBTeportrofa Some of the bodies were found half a mile the site of the school The total loss of life was while many were some of whom may not Sev en farm houses were wrecked and the losses are Further details may be found in our telegraphic co President of the resigned and John Cook was elected as Hewetts The following letter just received by Bayliss will be read with much interest by many STANDARD MILITARY West June FOURTH OF PROGRAMMEAKDIM 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 v Will Hobinson A on as Sons of by with Kllgour Camp as j luesis in i SECOND Civic societies whl form on First ave north of Fourth head of division on Fourth facing headed by Assistant Marshal and Liberty Sterling Cornet THIRD At the Congregational etmrch Sunday John one of the read an interesting report of the proceedings at of Annual Meeting of the Christian En deavor Societies of the United States and Tills was the largest religious gathering ever held in the United if not the largest in the eight thousand delegates being in The great exposition building at Ixjuis was inadequate to accommodate the sittings of the and overflow meetings were held in various parts of the Of brother to Joe eit this was married to MUa at the home of tUe latter ia last Thursday Buildingl Mat SEWER caralu TTOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office over Exchange Rock Ready o answer calls day or from Heal Estate Adam REAL BASOlflLMD COLLKOTINQ Money Loaned on Hetl and Penonal Offlw next door to Blerllug JUSTICE OP THE COL Tin iDiunnca la mlubla Military will form on Locust of bead of division facing west on by Clendenln Trades and Agricultural beaded by Dillons Menagerie and will form on south side Third right resting on Avenue A head of division on Fourth facing LINE OF Column will march west to Avenue L south to Third street east on Third to Ninth avenue north on Ninth to Fourth street west onFourth to CentralParky place of FIREWORKS ASD DECORATIONS WHOLESALE AND AT Painter and PAINTKR DECO BatlmaleB promptly made by leav ward at Uarueu t ILLINOIS THE HUBBARD MANUFAGTO BY During Doiuililsous ulisiMKW In lKAHK will QU all Frank Coohnan IJSADS TUB COT ON CARTER Cornei Third and First STEAM DYE GENTS CLOTHING DYED AND BEPAIRED la flrstclws o no 4ha Dress Uyed to any aliaUe or All work scut to us wlU twelve prompt Third Jfext JDoor So ptra ueutiy ftiid subaUu Sally in BuJ at to wilt the ftt Uiu STERLING STANDARD TUe Directors of the IllinoisIowa Base Bull League met at Ottawa Tues day and rescinded the action taken at a previous meeting whereby Sterling WUB dropped the league arjd her franchise turned over to This action of only as the League had virtually cancelled the action of the directors at the time Sterling served her Other business of importance to the League was The question of admitting LaSajle and Galesburg In to the was not mentioned in the but a canvas of opin ions outside developed the fact that or nearly the clubs were opposed to the It is supposed that the Qalesburg club will now be disban and we are informed that Sterling will make an effort to sign two pf their best league and and Miller represented Sterling in terests at the meeting at The Demorest Silver Medal Contest at the Academy of Tuesday was poorly partly for the reason that it was not properly ad and partly on account of the great There seven contes who came from various portions of the and all of whom did The which consisted of Hursh and 1st a silver to Miss Nellie Stiles of and the second a to Miss Mabel of Asolo and an other by Grover Clark were both well as the Instru mental solos by Misses Alexander and A male quartette consisting of Tumbleson and sang two or three se lections Barring the the occasion was TheGenaseo News of the 12th contains a two column account of Do for the Champion Ilarvea tera and which comprised six car loads of machines received direct from the and which were dec orated with etc The town put on its holiday and was tilled with hundreds of people from the country The whole of the vast crowd was dined at the City and Vl V Kieger Agent here for the who was present states that it mafcea hlu water to think of that It was a great day f or Half to For the Grand Conclave Knights of tue Chicago NorthWesters Railway Company wlU sell tiokets at the rnte of one for the round For tickets and full lufarmation apply to agents past weeks examinations were an nounced to the candidates for admis Out of 177 principals and alter nates 47 being alternates 45 were found deficient in the physical and 54 in the academical making a to tal of 09 found against 78 Every member of Will Robinson Post is requested to be prfcsi nt at the regulur meeting next Business is of special Fourth of 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 tull information can be obtained of agents Railway Fourth of July July 3d and 4th the will sell round trip tickets at due low est regular firstclass fare for the round trip between all stations east of the Missouri limited for return to July RealEstate FaraTroTcrfy a testem Lands for for taT Call we Office at NEW STYLES FOB HT Stop IF YOITWANT BORROW MONEY Andhayettie I all you want S I hereby an noiince myself for the olllce of State Representative of Whiteside subject to the action of the Republican County I am muchpleased with Point There is no tinsoldiering about life I made a perfect In mathe andthat counted more here than any otherone have re veille at breakfast at dinner at and supper at The food is well cooked and lirst class in every I cannot speak In too high praise of any thing Taps in ten or at 10 Must Very your former FRANK Cadet Soldiera Capt Michael Pull Christian 1 The Association needs sever al hundred dollars more to complete the AH who have not yet sub scribed are cordially invited to do Unpaid subscriptions should be paid at once to at1 the Sterling National T hereby announce myself as a candidate for the olllce of Sheriff of Whiteside subject to the the County Con OSTo aaci tST Come and see Gait The best Hair Invigorator is a good bristle in will be a candidate for Sheriff of Whiteaide subject to the nomination of the Republican County when hereby announce myself as a candidate for the otlice of Sheriff of Whiteside county at the coming County GKORQE OFFICIAL I have them and I waat to sell County Staieii flt Master In County Clrenll Homeseekerg and Harvest Excursions at OneHalf via Illinois Central On May 6th and the Illinois Central Bail road will sell excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip to all stations west and Iowa which embraces the following promi nent points Welxter Storm La if 4iui Sioux Tickets are limited to return within thirty days and are good for stopover privileges west of Iowa both go ing and Solid consisting of elegant free reclining chair and Pullman palace leave Chicago at and and run through to Slom City without For through apply to nearest Ticket Agent and for copy of pamphlet descriptive of towns in Northwestern entitled Homes for a 20t Geiil Northern 1U Ctttrt Bepnly Hherlff Superinluudeut of Virgil Illgliway Rober Alison Justices of Hi Jobu John Police Soperlnteudent of Chief Fire City First SecoudJobu George John CHAMBERLIN House leDtingiCollecling Kg For Rent in Sterling or Hook The old court house at Ogle has been torn down to make roomier a new one which will be a credit to the The old court house has stood there for fortyseven The present editor of the Galena Ga zette was principal of the public ecuools of and taught in that house 38 yean The public school house was not large enough to nccom odata the pupila of the growing and the court house was brought into requisition for a school When tUe circuit court get that Judge Eustice the school had to adjourn till the close of the Judge Euatlce was then in his aud a very At a grand ball at the Blnnlsgippi House was toe graceful dauccr ou the Elegaut UcslBiu lu GOlD WATCHES IjUeal Btyloii In JEWELRY I East ThU U ntw Truu with t Farms and Fruit Gardens Rear tie City I Dice at Comer Gall ig Die tc UOO of tijy find f fc M tttculi uf Aibocuta lu in season or out of 6fiftiont BRESSLER Always ou full Stock of Fresh Groceries And the lost Delimits TEAH aOODS of Everytbinn a FiraiOlass Urouwy EatiMJfiiiin lowest notch la Ihe scale of HT io yww
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.