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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - July 17, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                3PAKT JULY IU0 ri BtTSlKESa TAL SpwUI given tojroH tiann uril lm5 childrens Gu gtttB Office on Third opposite Offlse to First Bank orer Hock Office on Third adjoining Crsn Illinois Attorneys at ATTORNEY AT roomi ft and tenor ThUd locntt Illinois Manahan fi ATTORNEYS AT Putrats T and Moult Walter ATTORNEY AT Oftke over RAILWAY TIMB THE CHICABQ AND HDRTHWESTERN Going Going Weit Atlantic tt4t Ovirlsnd Onrtha Clinton Sterling Tbo Omaha Clinton Passenger and Sterling Pawenger ran cicept All other train Freight train going west at golngesst et earn BCBLINGTON A QUINCT OOlDg i Arrive from 18 II Jrelghf flolhg W Arrive from Wot 86 41 86 connects with trains east and wort on Clinton Branch with at Hock Itland eufand weiti with main line for points Council and and for KariKas City and ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Going Going Iwsnhger STKHLINO t ATTORNBY8 AT LAW AND SO LICITOU8 tS O0C4 over Kwfera Drag ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SO LJOITOR SletUng JStUoaal A TTORNEY AND OOUNBELOR NOTARY Offlce over Sterling National n Ring t ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC A TOMTlOi OFTHK Collections attendkd to Reien to First National Banks The Sterling National GENERAL Prompt and careful attention riven toaU HOUSE PAPER HANGfeR AND Shop la DaTta Weberi Vint front Anthony THUBBDAT V X Outs Jtye A barley LlVR V 100 340 2 20 fqnead 3 00 3 W live weight 8 a FAIIM V ft 12 Lurd 7W II V lti l 00 yton sooaa w Morris 8 00 7 BO V bhl l V tt 3H Offlee IB Anthony corner Fliat tad FourtU TTOMEOPATHIO Offlce and 10 Kaat Third itreet Bofeleiice Ml Boconrt I to 10 DIHEASKS A TcJJd Jane PHYSICIAN AND 1 Koom Academy of Munlc Oalt Mi HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN union and rmldnnco secuiul door north of city 407 Klrst EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON TEACHERS TRAILING The Teachers Training School or School of for teachers opened at Morrison on Monday of last and will close one week from to The idea of such an institute was conceived by and the remarkable success attending the and the interest taken by the proves the wisdom of its con In a circular letterIssued some weeks ago to all AVhiteside coun ty Johnston indicated the objects he had in view In establish ing this viz the intellectual im provement of all teachers of doubtful and the advancement of the teachers standard with the view to securing better work and better The tuition the first week was free to all holding certificates the second or present the tuition per and next week the charge will be per The Suptdld not anticipate an attend ance of over 00 or but at noon yes terday the roll showed 102 and 91 In a fact very pleas Ing to the and to the Our brief visit disclosed the fact that unusual attention is to the course of and that every teacher present appreciates the fact that sys tematic work Is being and that every one Is benefited to a greater or leas The Instructors of the Morrison Public who has charge of stimulants andthe theory and practice of of the Rock Falls conducts the exercises is Geog Zoology and Ortho F a compe tent teacher of has charge of Reading and Writ while Johnston exercises a general supervision over the whole and his many valuable and help ful suggestions to offer as the work Our observation leads us to believe that no more effective work was ever done at an Institute of a simi lar nature in the One young lady remarked this is no empty hard work Is being done and the arrangements are such that it is a pleasure to do While the school was intended prin cipally as a to young and to those occupy front seats and extract all the educational juice that is contained in the Instructors We have seldom seen a bevy of pret tier Sterling is well Kelly the veteran educa was present yesterday and ad dressed the We are told Supt Johnston favors the use of badges to be worn by all county teachers when attending Insti a good It is expected that the attendance will be considerably augmented next Censns of This It will be some time yet before the official census returns can be had from but the following table gives approximate results which will vary but little from the exact and final This gives the census of Whiteslde county by except in Sterling and in in these the townships and cities each is It will be noticed that there has been a loss in every township except and where there has been an it has been made in the This county shows a decrease in population of fiftyfive in the last ten This is accounted for by the immigration to our new states and territories 885 810 736 B1B 636 m fiSfi 790 780 900 778 J62 633 064 891 926 32 22 99 738 202 i l9 1WS im 193 03 133 192 69 ioi 146 70 11 36 Clyde Hahnaman Hopkins Montmorency Newton Iortland Sterling Ustlok Decrease In population PKH cou OF Mon Star or Lvni Mon New Port Pro Tan Unlc In 10 SB B Iryj Ion Erie PER cim Clyde 10H ton Garden Plain Oencsce Jordan Mr Kingdom for t I have been made for a two days fanning to take place At Sterling Driving Park As sociation Grounds on Friday and Satur July 25 and It will be strictly a running with three lively races each day Butchers half mile Dick will be on the ground so will one and half mile flyer and the two grand fillies Oman and besides Cleveland1 of and the well known Coal This will be one of the greatest races In the and some of the lineal in this part of the State will be on the In addition to these great races Butchers renowned Roman Hippodrome will give three wonderful exhibitions dally during the two days the Chaplain of who was here at our glorious says In a card The STANDARD gives a fine record of the days I shall file a copy of the paper away among my army papers for future That duet of Judge Crabtree and Noble would make a very good Fourth itself Miss Laura one of the Wal lace corps of in a note from says We had a light frost last Sunday The place is about feet above sea and in sight or Laurel Ridge I think I prefer Illinois to these hills and Polo now has electric sixteen lamps are in and contracts let for a dozen so saya the ExCounty Superintendent of Ogle has been elected to the chair of chemistry and physics in Lake Forrest The Knights Templar of Northern will go into camp at Rockford on Thirty Commanderies will be and it Js expected that four thousand Knights will be Sterling Commandery 574 will send a large picnic witt fiamtlton Grore oa tth of j All the Weodtaen and other counties m been suggested that the all Picnic If hny tnembeffi from these counties ean be present Rt the picnic 7th it will be possitSte to get the arrangements made for ft district picnic next ulfam Polos got RealEstate Gil ani Fan Property anil f estcri Lanb for for four great STERLIHG Dont miss Monument 44 210 54 All persona not paying up this week will receive a special calfjiert taf Call and we we Office at Philip WE ARE AT THE FRONT VTITH TUB NEW STYLES FOR OT Stop TO YOU BORROW MONEY And have the security to I can furnish you O 3STo arid Carries the principal stock of LUMBER Building JEWER PIPE PAID FOB PHYSICIAN 8IJHOKON oror Jioadj o atuwer calls day or from MY Real Estate Adam REAL IN8U HANCE AMD COLLECTING Monty Loaned oU Boil and Peraonal Propertyr Offlo oeit door to Sterling National Star TUSTICB OP THE COL J tKOTIOM AQBNT NOTARY Fin Innraaoa ID reliable FIREWORKS AND DEGORATIONS Painter and DECO J Eatluntiw promptly made by leav word at WHOLESALE AHDf LOCUST STYLES CARTER Gornei Third Street First THE HUBBARO MAHUFACTD BY During In Will 111 all Frank CocliraH STERLING STEAM DYE t QENTS CLOTHING DYED AND BEPAIRED Iu or no LADIES Dress Iyed to any or receive prompt Also All work sent to Tttirl JVext Uaor to JffiSSE styles prfcta sutttUe tbe f 3TI8LIM0 8TWJ8AWI doubtsas totheir ability topass the Binder the new many of the best teachers In the those hold and who have held for first grade were and were foremost In the An examination will beheld next beginning Mondayand coatinu untli or more branches will be taken but will be so ar ranged as not to Interfere with tha regular examinationand markings of the Instructors in charge in the various will be ac cepted by the In the issuance of The school has been pro vided with new singing and the opening both morning and are very Fol lowing is a list of those enrolled Amos Eb Maggie Jessie Marian Mary Harvey Jen nie Barali Lizzie Mamie and Gertie and Lydlu Fos Flora Noah Cora Clara Luna Quauken Will Kenne Will Susie Leila Etta Doug Anna Jennia Emily Kate and Ethel Hera Allle Clara Minta Ada Viola and Emma Daisy Amy Eock Lizzie Frankie Lucy Cogs Grace Hattie Earfyy Belle Lizzie Julia Mary May Mamie Illor Martha Alfred Edith Cora Zolla Xayiua Shot Emma Edwin Mar Rebecca MN Garden Most of the teachers present will at tend the regular County to be be held in Johnston seea no reason why In this age of teachers should not combine but for the purpose only of mora effective professional and higher Many of the Morrison high school graduates are in and prove ttaemaelves close Tha rooms are very pleasant and even on Monday were Burtcli is wonderfully and in deaA Her enthusiasm 16 Base the Sterling base ball club is doing better work and as a result the games are better The sec ond game with the Cedar Rapids play ed on resulted in a vic tory for score 9 to The game the close of the 8th inning stood 5 to 2 in favor of Cedar in ths ninth some phenomenal worfe was done by Seven two errors and twostolen bases did the work7and Sterling added seven to her scbreralead unable to On Friday a postponed game with Rs was and it was the and by far the most exciting game of ball ever seen on the diamond in Both teams were thor oughly on their mettle and played for blood from the very At the close of ninth inning the score was runs standing to the credit of each In the tenth the Ster lings knocked out three more and the visitors failed to giving thehome teamby a score of 12 to Great excitement prevailed during the progress of the and entlmslasnTwas Un Saturday occurred an interesting and well played game with the Ottum which was won by the visitors with a score of 8 to The second game with the Ottumwaa occurred on and was won by the Hawkeyes hands the score reading 6 to On Tuesday our boys found in the Dubuques somebody they could beat and dealt them a dose of 11 to 2 the third game won by the Sterlings this I hereby an nounce myself as a farmers candidate for the oflfce of State Representative of Whiteslde subject to the action of the Republican County EPIIRAIM I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the ofllceof Sheriff of Whiteslde subject to the action of the Republican County Con The undersigned will be Whlteslde subject to the of the Republican County when I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff Whiteslde county at the coming County GEORGE Treasurers Beport Treasurers Annual Report of District School Funds ot Town 21 Itange 6 east 4th tor the rear ending Jane Balance on hand June 1889 07883 Dlatrlot taxes M From Goanty Superintendent Ma 06 From Treasurers ol other 02 07 Tuition o transferred pupils 10 00 Interest on loans 82 Rentof hall oo Error 638 41 1 Paid teachers salaries tor repairs and Improvements Mi 66 Paid for school apparatus 3950 Paid tor school luralture 4 SO Paid or Incidental 39839 Paid Treasurers ol other townships 477 Paid Treasurers salary 13000 Paid Treasurers Incidental 6 61 Interest Cash balance on baad June 03 Oome and see Qalt Come and see the finest Soda Fountain in the Nothing but purefruit juicesiand homemade1 syrups usedr the new NERVINE I do hereby certify the foregoing which la a correction of the report published July to be to the best of my knowledge and ALFRED CHAMBERLIW Sworn to and subscribed before me this J2Ui Justice of the day of JX The Illluols Crop Report isauedJune 20th says the area of com thU year is about the same as last aa a rule la free from but in some localities ground has bean so wet that it was im possible to cultivate it as it should The condition of corn la the northern part of the state is 88 percent of an The quality of the seed this spring is given as 09 per cent of an Ogle county corn has been injured the most by cut Tak ing the State the present outlook for oats is the most dlscou raging since This is owing to the cold wet weather ot spring preventing early and the appearance of the grain plant louse about June 1st The average condition of meadows over the State is 93 per cent TheqoudlUon of potatoes is 81 per cent of an average The number of pigs this season is smaller than that of Farmers generally throughout the State are paying more attention to improv ing live For Whtteaide county the report gives the following CoadiUouof S per Win ter 80 spring W 100 rye 85 100 76 IriaU 106 Administrators Estate of FRANK The undersigned having been appointed Ad ministratrix of the estate of Frank late of the County of Whltealde and Htate of hereby given notice that she will ap pear before the County Court of Wblteslde conn tyVat theX3ouuty Court Room In at the September of said on the Monday in September at which time all persons having claims against eaid estate are notified and requexted to attend lor the purpose ol having the same ad All Indebted to said estate are requested ta paymeut House Renting inglgenof S7w3 WKT2 Klegaut tn ladles For Bent in Sterling or Hook GOLD WATCHES Latest Styles in JEWELRY 15 Thin uud by hot laJ ta tffik Vabvntt Gear tie f Farms aad FriU Office at tor Qalt in or ot BRESSLER y fedw a hand of Fresh Grocer   

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