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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, Sterling, Illinois TWWWSH iSJS 2L si JULY A nr DENTAL ftprdtl MW rM own awl to chlldrtnl Gu glrM Hbnt en Third oppostM Office In Pint Nadtmal Bank 8 Met Ortr Roek Fi Bi oa Third adJolBlag IlUnota Attorneys at A tTORNEY AT roomi an Third Leant Manahan A ATTORNEYS AT XX PalmU a roona T and Aeadcmi of Motlc Waiter Staffer t A TTORKEY AT Office om A TTORNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 LIOITORS IN Knf r Drag AT LAW AND 80 UOITOR IN OOot OTtr Sterling National ATTORNEY ANDCOUNSELOR ROTAHT PUBLIC A Office over Btnlloc National SI RCig 1 v ATTORNEY AT NOTARY JTJSTIOB OF TOT Collections attended to Banks Sterling National fJENERAL Prompt ud tarerol attention rfvra to All HOUSE PAPEB HANGER AMD Shop la btMnwU lint fKrat roonu Physicians Anthony A PHYSIOIANS AND Offlet IB comer riirt Mi Fourth HOMEOPATHIC Offloe and 19 Kaai Third rtieet lUiMence 811 Second 1 TynJ HL Jane PHYSICIAN AND Academy of Muelo Mt HOMEOPATHIC ORloe and resldnncn stcoiul door north o city First HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office over Exchange Rock Ready o answer day or irom MV Real Estate Adam BEAIi IN8U BANOB AND OOULBOTIN6 Kmwy Loaaed on asd fenonal next door to Bteillag Nalloual Ba TD8TIOB OP THE Inaorance In reliable 1M ttiW Painter and PAINTER DEOO JT promptly niule by eg word at tiarneaa Giddihgs ILLINOIS THE HUBBARD yANUFACTD BY DONALDSON JUfi lf rank Coehran ON BAILWAY THE CHICADO AND NORTHWESTERN Oolnu Going Atlantic tnver Overland Clinton tcrllng Tho Bxprewi Ctlntirn PUMnger Eteriing Psssettger rnn except All jther trains daily Weight train going went at gnloc0Mt et arrr BtmitfflTON AQU1NCT Doing Went 88 41 Frelgtif Arrive from 88 mi 41 Going KaftU 8 Arrire from I PiCwnger 88 connects with trains east and west on Clinton Branch with R Kl Rock Island cait and went with main line or points Council and Mid ot Kansas City and U ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT doing Going STERLING CORBKCTKU JtVBHT THURSDAY V 2 60ffiBS 234M4 Kye 100 2 V lire weight FARM Buttori V 3 40 85 00 00 8 0 10 Vi V bn V 0003 80 Morris Kun 8 09 AntliriuiRe 7 BO 100 EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Carries the prluclpa stock of Building SEWER DRAIN Wultculdo PAID FOH caraiaa FIREWORKS AND DECORATIONS WHOLE8AU j LOCUST LATEST STYLES AT CARTER HOOVERS Cornel Third Street and First STEKLINa STEAM PYE WORKS DTBO AND In firtitclaas or no Drsss to auyaluule of AH work sout to us wUl pronip Third Door to ud jht ibices to suit tlio 8TE8LIKC 8TAHDABD POURTH OF RQGRAHME AND LIKE OP FIRST DIVISION form oh Second north of fourth head of division facing In the following order Chief Marshal and Keystone Dept and on Senfor Posts on the with Will on as Sons of by with Kllgonr Camp as UuestB In SECOND Civic societies will form on First ave north of Fourth head of llvislon on Fourth headed by Assistant Marshal ana Liberty Sterling Cornet Tnmo Military will form on Locust north of Fourth bead of division facing west on beaded by Jlendenln and Fouimt Trades and Agricultural leaded by Dillons Menagerie and will form on south side Third right resting on Avenue A head of division Fourth facing LINE or 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 to Contra place of AT CENTRAL Joslah Depart ment Chaplain Introductory President of the Opening Presentation to Moses Accepted by Law for the occasion by Reading Declaration of Independ Reading Letters and Telegrams President of the John AT FIVE The under Coir will give a review and drees parade at the head of Second ave before The Knights of Pythias will give a drill In front of the Gait under The Union Hose under Chief will give a display drill near the City The American Bom will be playeVl at theAcademy of Music on the even ing of the for the benefit of Monument Show to begin at close of IN THE Reception to guests at City All Fireworks display south of Central on Third Campflre In Central presided over by Department Male Worth Walter Male Short speeches by The Executive and Reception Com mittees and Chief Marshal will have their headquarters In Under woods in Gait House Overflow meetings will be held in different ports of the addressed by prominent of newspapers will please report to of the STAN of the or Geo of the at headquar On last Monday a copper box 0 by by 3 was deposited in a space provided for in the base of the Sol containing the fol lowing Copies Sterling Evening Whitealde Sterling The Gem and Rock Falls Roster of Badge ol Rules and Bylaws of A Boris of of L 1st of officers and directors of Soldiers Monument Lis of City officers and Invita tion to unveiling of Monument am Sterling School Repqrt Wallace School Lincoln Schoo List of 4th of July Account of 24tli Annual Eucampineu Dept of Illinois Maaonl Roster of 6Ui I G and a Card of the McGee Marol and Granite of The box containing all these things is air and water and securely When will it see the light of day and who will open It General Philip Congressrntu from the Tenth patriot of this State and a soldier tlvat very rnuny of the old soldiers About here fought was reuomiuated for Congress at Peoria last Post was a brave and able soldier he fought aud he bled for iila pidtUeie is nothing few gooci for IwiioraWo School One of the largest and most enjoya le school picnics of the season took tlace on the grounds of the Ilutten chool last June The affair was a union pfcnic gotten up by some of the lively and progres s young teachers Tampico and Montmorency Atthe Invitation uf Miss Pollard of Ilutten Miss of the Brewer of the El mondorf and of he Reeves schooltook an active part ri preparing for the entertainment of he two hundred who enjoyed After the forenoon had been spent n pleasant the plcnlcers old and young repaired to heavily oaded which had been arranged tinder the shade Here they de voured cakes by the dozen and actually drank thirty gallons of After satisfying hunger and people assembled on Inviting rows of seats whichhad been arranged around the stage erected under the Peasant shade Here an excel ent program of instru mental and vocal music was carried The little folks took part with a spirit and jkiHthat showed training on the part of their instruct merry chorus composed of Henry Gentz Henry Miss Calla ian and a pretty group of school with Miss Cain as accompanist sang some excellent Some vocal and nstrumental solos were also Ringing laughter and beaming faces told that all thoroughly enjoyed them selves in spite of the intense About halfpast four oclock the guests began each wishing Tor the opportunity of again themselves In a similar The teachers and patrons who pre paredfor the eventshowed a liberality and hearty goodwill which was appre iated by alL Wno WAS Newspaper Visiting newspaper men are cordially nvlted to make the STANDARD their leadquartera on the Fourth of A great amount of work has been done in and aboutCentral Park during the past few and whatever measure of success has been attained in the preparation of the citys grounds and buildings for pur great is due almost wholly to the efforts of the chairman of the Public Improvement i He has beenassiduoua in the discharge of his thankless and has given to them much of his personal time and and as a the buildings and public places are on have on their holiday and are ready for the crowds Academy of Tborsdaj Friday July BENEFIT OF THE American Born1 The Great Patriotic of Thrilling and Love of Special Worth of Cos tumes for this Everybody go and hoar and by so doingcon tribute towards making up the last payment on the Ton cant spend cents for a bettor The Monrment 84 Omar 500 Van 0 00 100 100 Ira 1 00 300 John 5 00 100 2 00 A 200 1000 200 Herman 5 00 Rlchd 100 10 00 Manoy 1000 of and Miss Hanhflh MeKevIB of this weremarried st Pati ricks church here on Friday and departed fit once for the Lone Star The heat of last week has no parallel Inthe past history of this BO early as The mercury ranged from to In the and ren dered all out door work absolutely dan Many horses died from the effects of and very many more were Last Saturday a mM beating from the south wis I defendant was fined The band stand itt Central Bttll 1 completed last and lUs neat and pleasant little Van Home was the contractor Mil We are informed that both the stone and Sterling Comet Bsnfla wlSt occupy it for open air once each week daring wattft and this will undoubtedly fill Central Real Estate AND City and Fan PropGriy anil Westera for All members of E are hereby di rected to appear at the Armory in full at oclock July FUANK 7 1 hereby an nounce myself ns a farmers candidate for the oillce of State Representative of Whlteside aubject to the action of the Republican County I hereby announce myself as a theotllce of Sheriff of Whiteside subject to the action of the Republican County Con CLAIIK undersigned be a candidate for Slierifl of AVhiteside subject to the nomination of the when hereby announcemyaelf a candidate for the oillce of Sheriff of Whlteside county at the coming County OEOHQE OFFICIAL The following teachers represented Whlteslde at the Freeport Primary Teachers Convention Miss Annie Miss Nellie tlrst and second pritnaries of the Sterling Misa Ida of the Morrison Miss May ot the Lyndon Miss Phoebe of the Tampico Miss Ada Straw of the Mollne and late of the Irophetstown NOVELTIES IN A inoonatone on gold stand Bhows to much ftdvantaffe in a recent acarf A crescent of open flower work in Roman with two tortoise shell prongs mounted apart from the la a new A variegated gold lizard with emerald eyea and having a diamond in the center of its back rests between two gold wire loops ia a ring of recent produc The bright gpld beada which wew so popular aa ladlea nebklacee last year are now being formed into watch Two or three con stitute the usual The skill of on artist if shown in a lace pin representing the American umbrella which baa an umbrella like plume on its The colors of the feathers are produced in several colors of gold and are enhanced by settings of colored Jewelers BITS OF A new electric lantern has been da dgned in Vioium for the use of lecturers aud medical By combination of leneea the magnified image of an object la projected on a white screen in itn nat ural The effect of the electric light current on the compasaea ol some great that it beoomea naceesary to de termine how many the dynamo baa been running before working out tiw vessels A new sketching apparatus for has Decently appeared in The paper ia placed on ft email bxut of tbe tiaa can roughly contovired in about ball the time ordinarily require Tits aboiitfinea of New South show grcwt in shaping of gritiu we they iam it wood up wad down the roiwui uiiip County Stales Walter Muter In County Circuit Oeorgo Deputy Blierln cant Oeorgo Treasurer Supoflutcndont of James Virgil John Jouatlian Highway Itober Aniion JuitlccB et the Jolm John John Police Jgliu Snperlnteudeui of Chief Flru Holbrook j fox Otr Call and see what we Office 1IMlp WE ABE WITtt AtL TflE FOR Stop YOU BORROW MONEY have the pecurity to I T all you 3To IDelaye see Gait IUU A luxurious bath is had when usg SOAPS I have them and I want to sell Klret Oeorgo U Oeorge Johu Administrators Estate of FKANK The inideralgned having been appointed Ad ministratrix oftho estate ol Frank late ot the County of WliiUialde and State ot hereby gives notice that she will ap pear before the County Court of Whlteside coun at the County Court Koom In at the September of salU on the Writ n Stjilemiwr at which time all personshaving claims against said estate are hotllled and requeued to attend for the purpose of having the same ad All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to maJte Uumedlatti paymont to the Dated tills 25th day of 37w3 CHAMBERLIN House Rentin 16 WATCHES Latest Styles in JEWELRY For Rent in Sterling or Book Farms and Fruit Gardens sear the Cilj Ftr ia ssason or ons ol i BRESSLER S Al ways Uave ft lull Fresh Groceries And the Most low notoi
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