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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - July 10, 1890, Sterling, Illinois EIGHT JULY A DENTAL nre dim to goM crown ma fciMjfs and to given Offlce on Third oppothe Office Ia Flnt Rational Bank D TITT i Office ottr Rock Office on Third adjoining Crin Illinoli Attorneys at IM ATTORNEY AT roomi 5 and BiHl corner Third and Loentt f Manahan ATTORNEYS AT Pitrati t rooms T md Academy of llnalc Walter ATTORNEY AT OTW it A TTORNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 XL LIC1TOR8 tH oier KMfert Drug RAILWAY TIME A TTORNEY AT LAW AND 80 LIC1TOR IN over Sterling National III ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PUBLIC A Office orer Sterling National IMnphooe Line ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC JtJBTlOB 0V THE Ilk Collection attended to Brfen to Hrtt National THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN EauL Going Atlantic SMJ Denver Overland Ufflftha Ullntun Sterling The Omaha Pmwnffor and rim except All other frnlnn Freight train nolnjt wpntal ralnc cart el tn carry nUKMNIJTON A QUINCY UoliiR Doing 8 to Arrive from Arrive from 79 85 77 41 Pappenger 34 connects with east and on Clinton Brunch with A It I ill Itork Inland eaKl ami wot with main line imlutp Council and and for City and point CRNTIUL AT Oolng Ooing KVKHY TIIU1WBAV V 2 V V 3 Sheep B live 8 Ililckiiis n ititlerrytti 11 40 Banks and The Sterling national fJENERAL Prompt and careful attention irlvea to all HOUSE PAPER HANGER AND CALCIMINKK Shop In DarU Pint front room Physloiana Anthony In Anthony corner Flnt avenne and Fourth HOMEOPATHIC Office and roonia 10 Kant Third XMhSence Ml Second Office to 10 1 to I T to S ORIFIOIAL 10 DISEASES A Unlom Third Jane PHYSICIAN AND I Academy of Marie Houmv till V 3 XXTH Morris Itun 8 7 Ml V Ill m HIDKHV Base Six hundred people attended the first grime of this between the Sterlings nnd Ottawasat Association grounds last The visitors played a careful but were una ble to cope with the Sterlings and were defeated by a score of 10 to 4 In Mondays game we were defeated by the rank decisions of the who threw the game to the Score Sterling Ottawa On which was an off the Sterlings played an exhibition game at 8 to 7 in favor of a close game was played with the Cedar Rapids and had it not been for the poof work done by Collins as short the Sterlings would be one game As it the game resulted Cedar Rapids The attendance at all these ex cept the Saturday was with our new manager It is that more Interest will be and that the games will be better patronized than Go ouf this afternoon and see the second tilt with the It will be a good game ami Police Justice Uoilmans court presented a lively scene on last Saturday when ten who had taken their July 4th glory In liquid form were marched in for Smith en joyed a pjalji and paid hlzzoner Rock Tails Harvey Packer and fmnlly re moved to Aurora on Packer waa one of our wealthiest and most respected and we regret to lose late of Davison departed on Wednesday for Colo where he will reside in Thome has purchased the handsome residence of and will move into it this Isaac Bush is and will return home next This city was deserted on the Fourth everybody waa In Sterling Miss Ella of Leaf IB visiting at the residence of Some of our toughs were handled without glovea by the Sterling police last Friday night and one of them is still laid up for Teb Williams Is occupying quarters near the Brewer House where he powders the and curls ladies hair every day in the Sunday in Matt Clnrkson Is home from Cornell College for the summer vaca Bert MorriH is here from Chicago visiting Will son of is in Chicago working at his that of a A Sunday School Convention will be held next Sunday at at Hick ory Grove church in Getieaee to which all are The Coleta Glee Club will be present and supply the EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Currks Hie priucipul stock of Mi HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlee ami reslilnnco second door north o city 40T Klrst HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office over Exchange Rock Ready o answer calls day or from RealEstate Adam J38T Building WEB DRAIN In WliilCslde for the Kd Parkins reslst edauofllcer andwas finedalllcasum no money and he was lodged iu the ho tel de Another of the Smith frontname is got a like dose for a like offence Frank an old was assessed and and went Then come a wild Irishman from Gene see who when asked for respon Noonan be Noonarr had gotten patriotic and at tempted a spread eagle with Locust street for a pavilion and about live thousand people 1or all of which cost him live He had no was altho he urged upon the court the fact that three small children needed his father ly and twenty acres of corn getting Ira Wil son and James Mackin all paid and coats for unscalloped and Treasurers Treainrers Annual Report of District School Funds of Town 21 Hangc 0 enit 4tli lor tlie yenr ending June R EC Bnlaticeon Imnd June 82 District W From County 34900 From Treasurers of othnr Iff FeMtof tmrisfpfrpd 10 W Interest on S 38 41 Talc 48 Paid for repairs nnd ns Paid for 39 W Paid for school 460 Paid tor Incidental m 30 Paid Treasurers of other 47 29 Cash balance on hand w 41 aided by a full thorns from the Wednesday gave a pa triotic seng service at the Congrega tional church last Sunday which very The pastor deliv ered a brief appropriate to the TheTeachersTrainingSeliool now in session at Morrison is fairly at nnd much good to the profes sion will be the Several teach ers from Sterling and this endof the county are in The ses sions will contiwie for two weeks Shannon and Iloyt have beea leased from the Sterling Base the has been and Charles the wellknown elected to fill Ws Th6 farmers of Carroll agreed to cut down the weeds in the highways once In June and oncp in Au gust for the next three This ia certainly a move in the right direc tion and will go far toward destroying one of the most prolific causes of I do hereby certify tlie foregoinc report to he according to the best of my knowledge and ALFItED Sworn to and nubwrlbml before me this third day of of for being intoxicated anu O S DEC Oxain Money Loaned on Kenl and Peraonal Office next door to Sterling Notional Star JUSTICE OP THE COL LBOTION Klrt to reliable 1U Painter and PRACTICAL PAINTKR DKCO JL RVTOR KatlnntoH promptly mado by ICUVT ng word Uuiguiii Immoan Giddings FIREWORKS DECORATIONS RETAILp AT LOCUST ILLINOIS LATEST STYLES THE HUBBARD MANUFAGTQ BY During1 OoualdHoiiB ahsenw In will 111 all Frank Cochran TUB CITV ON CARTER Cornei Street and First AND STERLING STEAM DYE GENTS CLOfJIfJfQ DYED AND REPAIRED In firstclass or no Alao LADIES Dress Dyed to any shade or All work sent to us will receive prompt Third Jfext Door to R U neatly and subatiui tiully Iu didweut Styles aud ut to suit the at tho 8TERUHC 8TANDARO The last named was prostrated iu the Court room epileptic and was subsequently These out of a crowd ot people Is not so Council A tegular meeting of the City Coun cil occurred Jast Monday the Mayor and all the Aldermen being pre Bids were read Van and Keeney Harrison for screening of the City and the contract awarded to the latter parties at Permission was granted Gait to remove the Waverly House across Lo cust street to lot 8t block provided same Is veneered within sixty days jif ter i Petitions from various points were asking for J stf Denning appeared before the Council and presented a protest against the construction of a tile walk on the west side of Sixth avenue south of Third The matter was referred to the Committee on Streets and The pay rolls for aggregating bver and an unusually large of were presented and The Committee on Streets and Alleys was authorized to purchase 100 car loads of for paving The annual appropriating ordinance was also two ordinances relative to permanent sidewalks on Third and the curbing The city At torney read the law In relation to the letting of municipal and gave it as Ills opinion that the City printing vvmiltyrmyq tn hH awarded to the low est after which the Council ad journed until next Monday Clinton the Third party candidate for President in died in New York city yesterday The Freeport Driving Park Associa tion will hold its midsummer meeting July 17 and with eight 8000 We acknowledge complimen tary to the Probate County In re guardianship of Joseph Kihgsbury by Itosseel Lewis Said minor flies his written seTectiou of said Lewis as Petition of said Lewis praying for letters of guardianship for him letters ordered to issue as prayed upon filing aus bond to be approved by the Estate of John Proof made of decease of said Paschel Petition of Pasehel praying for letters of administra tion to Letters ordered to issue aa prayed upon filing bond to be ap proved by the court m the penal sum of Estate of Sllviua Inven tory and appraisement bill filed and Petition filed by administra tor praying for order to make private sale of certain personal property sale ordered aa PWed Estate of Claim of Louise GUtoirt allowed to arnauut of night in regular monthly Maxwell Is at Morrison assisting in conducting the Teachers Training About oclock Tuesday evening a lire was discovered in the Industrial Building in the basement of Section occupied by Keeney The nlamnTwas responded tr promptly Keystone Hose and by the aid of from both sides of the the lames were soon until the flre had burned through the second and third The principal damage was from and we understand the loss ia covered by Miss Lamke went to Chicago Mon day to visit with Three burglaries on a small were committed here on the Parker contributed more to the expenses of the Fourth of celebration than he Had his pocket The Montmorency church the Hock Falls and the Congrega tional chureh all did well with their dining halls in Sterling on the The latter cleared ex Harry Kadel and Louis of spent the Fourth here with friends ana It is reported that a rabid dog was seen in the Third Let the cure be muzzled or One human life is worth more than all the Born to and Dave a Administrators Estate of FRANK The undersigned having been appointed Ad of the estate of late of the County of Whlteslde nnd Mtate of hereby gives notice that she will ap pear before the County Court of Wliltcslde coun at the County Court Room In at the Heptember of snld on the First n September at which time all persons having claims aealnnt said estate are notified and requested to attend for the of having the name ad All persons Indebted to said estate are rejiucnted u make Immediate payment to the Dated tills Mill day of 27W3 COLII UflV Ul VIOLA a Marriages Laury nnd Mary lleury and Louisa Cocking and Mary Schro Real Estate Cily and Para Properly and Lands for HCovises for 13T Call and seo what we Office 1hilip Nices WE ARE AT THE PROMT WITH THE NEW STYLES FOR IIPYOU WANT VTO And have the 6 security to I all you want can furnish you WATCHES JEWELRY 16 East Third CAUTION Dontrlnfi Bheei and CTery patr hai hta name and price tamped on and llarveat ExcurHlons at OneHalf via lllinolH Central On Itlay 9th and and the Illinois Central Rail road will sell excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip to all stations west and Including Iowa which embraces the following promi nent points Wctater StoriH Le Statue And Sioux Tickets are limited to return within thirty days and are good for stopover privileges west Solid consisting of elegant free reclining chair and Pullman palace leave Chicago at and and run through to Sioux CUjTwlUlDUt through apply to nearest Ticket Agent and for copy of pamphlet descriptive of towns m Northwestern entitled Homes 3STo IfcTo Come rind see 1 Gait Come and see the finestJSoda Fountain in the Nothing but fruit juices and homemade Geul Northern Paul 26t 1M Clark For the marina aquarium of the Paris eihibition of 1878 water was brought from the English channel by rail at ft cost of not far from An odd Invention manufactured at tho suggestion of a New York lady an enameled which opens and cloeesjft watch in one half and a pnraa 4n r The census takers receive two oenta except for the names of soldiers or soldiers for which they are entitled to five It is suggested that cellars may ventilated by connecting them by pipe with the kitchen which will carry off the fool The water supply in Tokio instead of being taken directly into the to led into as a are only oue side 01 the DOUGLAS SHOE Fine Calf and Waterproof The ereellenco and wearing quaUtlea of thui cannot be better shown by tba itrong endone menU of IU thouundi of oouiUnt Genuine an elegant and 5 atvluUi dreaa Bhoe which A00 A HM fait Bhw syrups Try t HelTeWxl ri n qunllod for atrle 00 unequnllod for atrle and Goodyear Welt U the atondard dreu O O for railroad v All mrnde la Button ana and tba receni to direct to factory enelotlng ifoUOLA adT THE CHICAGO A Newspaper Devoted to the Interests of the Great CHAMBERLIN House RentingiCollectingHgeiicy Giving all the News and Preaching Sound I hereby an nounce myself as a farmers candidate for the oftice of State Representative of Whiteside subject to the action of the Republican County EruHAra hereby announce myself as a for the office of Sheriff of Whiteside subject to the action of the Republican County Con CLAKK undersigned will be a candidate for Sheriff oil Whiteside subject to nomination of the Republican County when I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wbiteslde county at the coming County An Unprecedented Premium List Of fered with The Weekly Tfie Weekly one With tlie celebrated teaxoii Beauty or Foster sold regularly at With the National Standard talulng words and 7UU bound In With Uie National Standard containing TOO and 1000 bound In With Daullsous a medical guide to the treating o all known allmeuU and their 720 bound In With the complete works of Charlea Dick 15 601U neatly bound ID cheapest edition ever With thiwofkioi Hlmllar tn style to the works ol Wltu the 1eerleiu a concise euiUnne ot the and equal to any Sio containing handsomely colored maps of all the couuirltsol the world also county and railroad mauaoi nil the BUUttaiul With an Agricultural The Philadelphia Practical Tba Farm Journal of Tho Oulncy Ht The Weakru BUxikumn and of Oma Anyol the above will be sent free to any subucribar of TUB tv Tiusa who It will be the mission ot THE CIIECAUO TIM as the leading Demooralio paper of the to brlnif about aucli united uud aggressive action ol the Democracy of the Northwestern HUtea as produced tus aweepUu victories In Ohio und Iowa to the autumn elections In furtherance of UiU purpose THB TIUKS luks tor the support of all loyul bampie copies ol Tun TiMica will be seut on For Rent in Sterling or Rock Farms and Fruit hardens aear tfce City For Heat Office at Comer Gait la season or out of BRESSLER have on band a full ttock of SON Fresh Groceries And the Most Delicious TEAS ever a Complete CANNED QOOm of iOl iiuK 4 Grrocery Kmporiam should lowest ootch In tbe Kale of Paste UiU In your call on
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