Sterling Standard, July 24, 1890

Sterling Standard

July 24, 1890

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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, Sterling, Illinois EIGKHT PAGES BUSINESS DENTAL Bpcctal taretlTen togoM ciunu tfA brWgo tod to cblldranl GM giTen when Offlca on Third oppoctu IB tint Ntttontl Btnk D Office brer Roclt office on Third adjolnlns Oraa llllnoli Attorneys at A TTORNEY AT roomi C and Third aad Latest Manahan A A TTORNEY8 AT a roomi and Academy at Mnalo Waiter A TTORNEY AT Office over JK t ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SO LIC1TOR8 IN Offiet ottr Keefera Drog ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SO IN oret Btetllag National J9L A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTABt PUBLIC A Ofllcn orer Starling National Teltyhone Une Bint ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBUO A JTJBTJOH OF THE HI CoUectlonii RAILWAY TIME Going Going Atlantic Kxprws Donvef Limited Overlaid Lltnllwi Omaha KxpreM Clinton moiling Paiwcnjfer The Ornnhn Clinton Slcrllng fsdsenger run except All Frelglit train ROlng lit Kolngeut ct lM carry HDRUNGTON A QUINCI Going m 44 Going B 76 Arrive from 79 7T Arrive from Went SS 41 1asiiengcr Bt with trains eut and west nn Clinton Branch with1 at Kock iKland eart and went with main line for potato aud for City and TnoRNa ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Going Doing 443 Banks and STERLING COUIlIcnTKD KVKKY THUHBDAY V i LIVR 40 2 WZM 28 004M 00 32048460 live welgHt Chickens 8 FAIIM V B Lard V V V 60 Morris Hun son Antliroclte 7 60 bbl 1 20 The Sterling national VT Prompt tad cuetnl attention jlien to all HOUSE PAPEB HANOKR AND Bhop In Davli Weberi Tint trout Physioians Anthony 8 PHYSICIANS AND Office In Anthony comer Flirt and Fourth HOMEOPATHIC Office and roomi 18 Eut Third Xwldmce HI Second Office t to 10 1 to a T to 8 ORIFIOIAL 10 DISEASES A TJnlon Third HI PHYSICIAN AND JL Academy of Moalc HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 8UEQKON Office over Bicliange Rpclc Heady o answer calls day or from BY EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON of occu pied the pulpit at the Fourth street church last at the morn Ing and delivered n forcible A special train bearing ofllcers of the Ry arrived in Sterling on The ofllcers spent a couple of hours here inspecting the companys The remains of James a member of the Ry etebl who was killed by an accident at Bison on were brought to this city and removed to his late boarding house on West Second street from whence the funeral will oc cur Two men named Samuel Weddell and Peter Olesen were arrested day by ofllcer Ilaberer for attempting to evade the payment of their board billsat the Randolph and taken before Justice where they liquidated and were The new law seems to work Palmer preached an inter esting sermou last Sunday morning from the The earth is the Lords and the fulness The edlllce was packed and the sermon able and The church was tastily dec orated for the and in a man ner In harmony with the Today is field day at the grounds in this and every body should The sports are of a nature and variety to please every This afternoon occurs a game of ball between the team and a nine pickedup among the young men about it will bo worth A benefit dance occurred at Maen erchor Hall last which was at tended by some forty The music was Buck and was very The dance was given for the benefit of Mike Thomas who sustained the loss of two netted him a neat A syndicate of eight Sterling capi purchased forty acres of laud at South Chicago Lawn a few months ago for an even 81000 per It was sold on Tuesday for Twenty flve thousand and fortyfour thousand in negotiable Thats getting there in lively shape are glad Tho Sterling SchooL From the eighteenth annual report of the Sterling School for the year end ing June just we the following facts The expenses of operating the school the past year were Cash on hand April Total number of persons in the district be between the ages of six and twentyone Total number enrolled dur ing the past of which 55 were iionresideni The average per of attendance was Total number ofcases of Number of minutes lost by tardiness during the There were no suspensions from any of the depart and but twentyseven cases of corporal punishment The names of fortyeight pupils who were neither absent or tardy during the year appear upon the Roll of Eight pupils have this record for two years Myrtle three years Elsie four years Ar thur live years Pen rose and Bennlo six The school will reopen A vacation of two days oc curs 27th and 28th also the last week of December and first week in Graduation occurs Friday even June The report shows that everything is very In this The district will soon need more The seating capacity is nrbwded If our schools cannot be united and all put under one super the next best thing along that line is a township high Real Estate Adam REAL IN8U BANCB AMD OOLLEOTtNO Money Loaned on Real PertonaT Office neit door to Sterling National Ster LUMBER Building SE WEE DRAIN In WUiteside o s PAID von Orain USTIOE OF THE OOL LBQTIOt AOBNT A NOTARY Tire Insurance In reliable Wwt Tolrd 1M Painter and TJEAOTIOAL PAINTER DEOO JL EktlraateB promptly made by lea nj word at Maugane Uarnetii Giddings ILLINOIS Elegant Designs In Ladles S Dents WATCHES latest Styles JEWELRY I I 5 East Third THE HUBBARD MANUFACTO BY During Donaldsons ubaonco Hi IrT will flu all Frank Cochran FIREWORKS AND They are and always ready to assist any enterprise that promises to be of advantage to Ster of this had a sick and it kept getting sicker and Some pronounced it a case of brain fever others said it would run into lung fever still others said it was a flrstrclass case of doubleandtwisted after three weeks of diagnosing and the horse A postmortem examination re vealed the fact that the horse had swal lowed a piece of an umbrella wire about ten Inches in and this had got hooked into the wall of the stomach and caused The Boynton one of the old est and best known hostleries in this city has been leased by Boyn the to of for a term of five and possession will be given next who is an experienced hotel will refit the house in class style and push the business who has operated the house since he erected it in now retires permanently from the hotel bus and hereafter will devote his en tire time to his Boynton Is the oldest merchant in hav ing been engaged in the trade con tinuously since He designs in creasing his stock largely about The family has removed to a pleas ant suite of rooms on the second floor of the store which has been elegantly fitted up for their DECORATIONS WHOLESALE AT LOCUST STEBLINQ PYJB GENTS CLOTHING DIED AND BEPAIBED IQ Brattlass or no Also LADIES Dress Dyed to nuyaliade or Eiy AH work sent to ua will receive prompt Third Jfext Door to Kittle II n I Inn UnniiniT iHiil I VUM I Forull kinds otJob Print Letter The second trial of the sanity of Joel Melvin of this a case which has attracted great attention not only in this city and Rock but throughout the county as was called in the county court at Morrison on Friday last and was concluded on A small army of witnesses testified on both several physi cians being of the andthe case was handled skillfully by the at torneys on both Arguments were concluded on Monday and the case given to the about noon reported to the court that they failed to and were This leaves the mat ter just where it and Mel vin is still iu the hands of an pending a ueV For the reason that a rehearing is to be we re frain for the present from commenting upon this Our people appear to be about evenly divided aa to their opinion o Ms insanity aud the many other unpleasant and sensational features which surround the and until the court has passed upon the af we deem it proper to withhold Sheldon and White conducted the case lor and Jobn son Fergosoa Mei Base Our boys have been playing in bad luck since our last and although the game last was one of the most exciting and closely contested of the team was downed at the the score standing Mon 4 On Saturday the Sterlings helddown the visitors to one run up to the sixth and scored six for themselves but in the sixth our boys went to pieces and the Monmouths got in four They repeated this dose In the next and at the elose the game stood 11 to It in favor of These defeats have been particularly discouraging at this but our peo ple keep a stiff upper and propose tofight the thing out on this line if it takes untirnext the third this series played with the was won by and well played throughout by both Wcddige at first and Mallory and Collins the played an errorless and won it for the home An interesting and exciting episode oc curred in the fifth inning when Iloyt attempted to reach home from After benig chased up and down the line a half dozen times he finally out footed his opponents and crossed the plate six inches ahead of his antagonist who fell heavily across the The score stood 10 to 5 in favor of The attendance was The present series of games closed Tuesday with a well fought game with the which was won by the score 0 to It was a very pretty game and was well No more ball in Sterling until on which date we cross bats with the Our team departed on Tuesday for where they played yesterday and again Thence they go to Cedar Ilapids and We expects favorable reports from the boys this and on their work for the next few days to some ex tent at the future existence of the Ever since the en tered an arrangement has ex isted between it and the whereby the former road could use the 1st street paying a nominal sum per car for such Last week the Northwestern notified the Q that after August 1st it would refuse to allow this privilege for cars loaded with freights that could be reached by its own Investiga tion developes the fact that the parties who originally owned the ground upon which the switch in question is signed the right of way to certain individuals and not to the and on Monday these individ uals served a notice upon the company through its of to remove its tracks at The use of this switch by the is a great convenience to shippers and unless the Northwestern re scinds its a hot legal fight is likely to be For the good of all we trust an ami cable adjustment of the trouble may be reached Book Falls Isaac Bush returned on Monday from a trip up We we Richard Tunk has purchased a lot in the First and will build on It this Considerable activity is displayed in real estate circles and several ex changes have occurred Scott who had been visit ing relatives here for some two returned to his home in hut Marshal Uebblethwaite has resigned bis position and Brewer has been reappointed to the The and Association held a meeting Monday night at which were Doyle was fined and costs Cadwell Monday for an aksault upon his was and son departed for They drove through in a Miss Emma Close has been engaged to teach the Sturtz school the coming Miss Lizzie Horning is attending the Teachers Training School at Morri The Rock Falls News cart was cap tured by a Mendota Miss Emma Close spending this week at Dixon with Our ing up our sidewalks and replacing them with better Dow and bride returned Jast from their wedding Morrill looked after Ds patients during his Miss Maggie of is visiting relatives here this Bill who often figures before the police was fined five dollars and costs on by Justice Golt fortelllgerant conduct One was also fined three dollars and costs for using vulgar language in Bates Conants store on He had no money and was allowed to depart on condition that he does not again enter the Dissolve a pound of common a half pound salammonia In two quarts of and yon V A delicate and dangerous operation was performed upoa Sflw Alice Wilkinson last conducted by By of assisted fey Frank Anthony and of this and of and of The patient is now doing well and it is believed that she will The Morrison correspondent of Fulton Journal compliments the solo singing by Amos of at the Training School noWV in session nt Real Estate AND CitraiiJ Fan Properly M Western Lands fur for f Call and ice Offlce at Philip Nices STYLES CARTER Comet Third Street and First IF TTOTJ WAJSTT TO BORROW MONEY And have the security to I can all you want furnish you Si There will be a Convention held at Lyndon next July morning session begins at 10 oclock evening will be Sunday school workers present from Garden and will bo to help make this one of the best conventions ever parents and children are urged to be present at both ses LAWBON Races Races Races Friday and at the Driving J 3STo ZDelays 2STo Coiho and see Gait lierebyan nounce myself as a farmers candidate for the olllce of State Representative of AVhiteside subject to the action of the Republican County EPIIIIAIM hereby announce myself as a candidate for theoffice of Sheriff of Whlteslde subject to the action of the Republican County Con CLAJIK undersigned will be a candidate for Sheriff of Whiteside subject to the nomination of the Republican County when L I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of AVhiteside county at the coming County GEOBOE lARETOfFERIHOOISELO LOCATED ON A FINE IF TAKEN AT For Terms call at their SOUTHEAST CORNER CALT AUCTION I will sell at Public on August At one oclock at the building south o the Q Depot 2 Lumber 1 Corn 1 Fanning 3 Coal 2 Board H Pairs of New 1 And oilier Six mouths time given on approved The Franklin Grove Camp meeting opens Tuesday August aad closes August Beduced rates of one aad onethird fare for rouud trip have been granted from all points In the Rates good from August 15th to August A larger attendance than ever la ex pected this Feat There will be a foot race on the As aociatlon grounds next Saturday purse This BUSINESS Saving bought out the business we are prepared to pay the highest market price for all kinds of We have put in a new Fatrbanka and we are now ready for a ruth ing 1ST LUMBER and COAL spe BURGH Come and see the finest Soda Fountain in the Nothing but pure fruit juices and homemade syrups Try the new CELERY 30W4 Thk U new with ft kiwi to sftouun ef tbe n Ettcloie stamp far Question to be A of tn4 utcd by tfcc IttH ntdki Arbor tod la both UnherUt our KEEPER Ia neatly and Bubiiteu to prices suit Uio Mlbo 8TEBLIHC 8TANOAKD to season or out of BRESSLER Always have on baud ft full stock of Fresh G roceriasl And the Moat Delicious TEAS ever aaa a Cemtfpte CANNED GOODS of ail Everything a FirstClafls Grocery Empoduw should we tta41 lowest notch ia the scale of Pule in ytwr Kftt Cftll 09 ;

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