Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - July 31, 1890, Sterling, Illinois JULY BtJSlNE38 ENTAL rffeti to told crown toil to children1 irlTen and Office on TLlru opposite T In Flrrt National Bank D Office orer Bock Office on Third adjoining Cran Illlnoif Attorneys at A TTORNEY AT roomn B and earner Third and LocnM ATTORNEYS AT Patents a rooms T and Actdcm of Mnalc Waiter A TTORNEY AT Office orer ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SO LICITORS IN Office orer KeeferM Drag ATTORNEYAT IN Office orer Sterling National III RAILWAY TIME THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going Going Allnnllc Denver Overland Olntun Sterling Tlw Omntia Clinton FaMeneer and Ittnuuniinrrnn except All other Krrlifht train Rolng weKt at goliitf cart el Going 48 Arrive from 35 41 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PUBLIC A Office over Sterling National Telephone King ATTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC ft JTJST10K OP THE Collection attended te Setera to First National UoliiK S Arrive from To 77 PiMflcugfr HO couuoctn with tralnR cant and wert on Clinton Brunch with at Hock Iflaud uiiM anil west with main Hue for Council and mill for Knnfas City and ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Joint doing PUPSMIIIIVT fiilrt r3li Ave you going to Boston You had better round trip sleeper On the Grand Trunk or on the Penn sylvania you can return on any of the branches of these but you cannot go on one route and return on with the pfeseut status of The Sterlings played a postponed game of ball with the Dubuques on Tuesday and defeated on their own by a score 8 to Kid Browner and but three hits were made of off his If we could have had this sort of ball a month ho amount of money could have purchased the Sterling STERLING KVKC1V TIIUUHHAY tin 2 Banks and The Sterling National GENERAL Prompt and careful attention given to all HOUSE PAPER HANQBR AND Shop In A Weberi Flnt front V Physicians Hve WMO V 100 3 40 Cut til 2 5 1 lllIKl 3 OWM 00 3 Mfe4 BO live weluht 8 Clilckuns 0 KAUM W SW H T lloj 11 V 1 V ton 3 CO Morris Itun 800 7W 1 Some twoweeks ago the Roelf Fftlla News published what it was pleased to call the only reliable census returns for this iji which an error of 300 occurs iu the footing of the 1880 and the Fulton Whtteslde Herald and others of our county exchanges copy the and repeat the error without In 18HQ the population of Whtteslde county was not Of the twelve or more papers pub lished in Whiteside county there is but the Whiteside opposed to the reelection of and there is but one advocating the election of a farmer for representative in opposition to Mr and that is the Whiteslde Evidently the a majority of are satislled that White can ably rep resent the Interests of the Fulton EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT Anthony PHYSICIANS AND Offlce In Anthony comer Flrit atenue tad Fourth HOMEOPATHIC Office and rooms 10 Eat Third Keddence Dll Becond Office I to 10 1 to 1 to 8 1C DI8RA8ES A Union Third III PHYSICIAN AND L Academy of Munlc TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN Office over Exclianga Rook o answer calls day or from Heal Estate Adam DEAL TNSU AV RANGE AMD COLLEOTINQ Hooey Loaned oo Real and Personal Office next door to Sterling National Bter TUSTIOB OP THE COL J LBOTION AQKNT NOTARY Fire Insurance lu reliable Wen Third MOSES DILLON Carries the principal stock of Building SEWER Robert Laird the eminent f York died of apoplexy at bis country The near at His remains will be tem interred In Salisbury until news can be gotten from his who is on a vacation In the when they will be taken to for final Interment by the side of his who was a daughter of lllrum of The Rock River Assembly of the Lutheran church hasabout the purchase of thirtytwo acres of land onehalf mile east of North which U to be used for a camp ground for the Assembly It is situated on the banks of Rock and the location is a delightful Electric artesian and a large number of together with all of which improvements are to be put in the com ing will contribute to make this one of the moat delightful resorts along the entire length of the Classic The old Randolph house was sold at on Monday to Dave for and will be re moved at once to somelots owned by Wolf in the north part of the The erection of the new Randolph the contract for which has been let to Van will begin at house will consist of three stories and will con tain fortyeight and will be mod em in architecture and in all its ap It will cost some There is no better Bite for a hotel in In PAID POU hostelry is to be They Say That Kehr has a new That the potato crop is a That we have a new grocery firm in That you must muzzle yonr dog or he That Conductor Uigelow has n new That John Gilbert wna mad last That base ball cost Sterling this That Shannon is the fattier of a new is good enough for That two weddings are to occur In the Second ward That the scandal mongers are dying for lack of a That the corn crop is in serious dan ger from the Deckerctm getmadqtilck ern afiy man in That Gharlev Wiiidom is the happi est looking man in That the Keystone Bands Saturday night concerts are That lots of Sterling wealth is being Invested In Chicago realty just That Jimmy Winters is the champion soda water container in the That Kube of is the best story toller In Whiteside That Sterling must have an electric fire alarm system right away That will be the Speaker of the next General That of the dresses in purple and line linen evefy That Marshal Fitzgerald has rooved Into one of the cosiest homes in Ster That about onetenth of our popula tion is away from home trying to keep That one of Sterlings professional men has got his foot in it clear up to his That Manager Wirsche is bringing the late Sterling ball team to the front in good That the Teachers Normal Institute opens in Sterling on for one weeks That the Street railway company is a irredeemable Brat water That conductor Bigelow is building a line house in to be occupied by himself and That McKlnney mourns the loss of but will buy an other just the Sterling is the city in Northern Illinois which can boast of a competent femala That some of our bloods are to be arrested next Sunday if they repeat the fast driving of last That Postmaster McCune prayed in a manner peculiar to himself while tak ing lessons on boilology and That Moses Dillon is going to the National Encampment at just to protect Nlles from the That Foote of the Racine Con struction Company is one of the blue hens and alma tier from way That candidates for office are thicker bad men in or base women in Bund The Saturday night concertu at Cen tral given by the Keystone are growing In popularity with the and hundreds of especi ally ladies and who do not get awayfrom home much during the now take a brief and enjoyable outing at the Park Saturday even The following Is the program prepared by the Keystone Band for their concert Saturday evening next PAHT Grand Black Trlnoe Selertlon Girl Qulefc Nugget The fifth annual reunion of the sol diers and sailors of Ogle county will be held at Polo on to FeterBburg Intermission of ifi minutes for PART Request to Conductor Clarionet Thro the Rye nnd Rendereil by HENJIY Andante and O rosso Aggregation The Worlds Fair constitutional was yesterday passed by almost unanimous We are told that gallons of water is the amount pumped each day by the Dixon Water Companys engine for the use of about 200 What is the favorite drink of the rest of DIxons fivo or six thousand inhabi tants we are not Thats gallons per fcach con Our up stream neighbors must be both very dirty and very thirsty to require so much It isnt possi ble that they mix their The growrs and a picked np playod a game of ban at grounds Monday irbieli the former were defeated on the basis of ton to John Glassbum has made a lilt this season in one thing at least On an eighteen acre field of cloter arid timothy he got over ninety loads of the smallest load weighing 1500 and the largest weighing Jfow If there a tnan in Wmteside or Burefta counties who can give a better yldd than that let him step to the front and produce his and his ARE City and Fan Propertr and Western for for The Fulton Journal Is beginning to contain some good reading It is quoting from the I hereby an nounce myself as a farmers candidate for the office of State Representative of Whiteside subject to the action of the Republican County I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Whiteside subject to the action of the Republican County Con CLAKK will be a candidate for Sheriff of Whiteside subject to the nomination of the Republican County when I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Sheriff of county at the coming County GEOROE Call und tee what we Office Philip Nices STYLES 4BEST AT CARTER Cornet Third Street and Flnt Peerless Machine Eldorado Engine Eldorado Castor West Virginia Black Daisy Cylinder The Most Complete Stock OF Grralii Painter and PAINTKK DECO L EallmatiM promptly mailu by ug yord at MaURBUii harueta Elcgiint Deslgus In Ladles WATCHESI Latest Styles JEWELRY k 15 East Third Street Giddings ILLINOIS THE HUBBARD MANUFACTD BY Purlng DonalilHOus absence lu Pr KUANK will Ull all Frank Cochran LEADS TUB CITY OK STERLING STEAM DYE OENTS CLOTJUfNG DYED AND REPAIRED Iu Uralclass or no Also LADIES Press Ie4 to any shade or tssr All work sent to us will receive prompt Door to II jnh UUU For all kinds of Job Print to the STANUAKO Ordiirsbyniftllfor The chair factorydepartment ofthe Eureka Manufacturing Is to be separated from the vehicle department in a week or and a new company incorporated to be called theEureka Furniture We are told that of haa taken an Interest with the present own and will have charge of the opera tive department of the furniture fac He is an experienced and said to be a competent superinten The business in all departments of the Eureka grown to such pro that it became necessary to separate the Roth concerns will be olllcered about as There is an ordinance in effectin this city which prohibits citizens from thro waste paper or other refuse matter Into any of the streets or alleys of the whether in the business or residence portions and yet this ordi which is essential to the health and happiness of every especial ly at this la violated by hun dreds of persons Mollne and other cities are being cleaned up and similar ordi nances Why not apply the screws here in Sterling before a pes results Some of our alleys are regular plague Let them be How about our electric lire alarm We have heard nothing from the City Council upon this subject for In our 8 system of nre alarm signals is an actual and should not be is true that it will cost some or but one tire with a system of proper signals might be may cost many timea this rates of Insurance are decidedly less where such a system is in and the cost of putting it in would soon be saved to property Let us have a lire alarm system at and a com petent electrician to look after and the other electric matters in which the city may be At least a half hundred people from Sterling and would join the excursion to the National Encampment of the at Boston next provided stop over privileges were granted by the but Nilea informs he has been utterly unable to secure by any of the As a result but few persons will go from The fare for the round Chicago to Boston and via any is Excursion trains de part from Chicago the evening of Nlles thinks of going via the Grand Trunk which means a ride on the a view of the White and anocean trip from to all for the price of an all rail tvin Tlmaa irf tn nttATiH tlia TCn prumpuy That the new prescriptionist at ler is man in Whiteside and one of the most That the SecretaryoftheSterling Driving Park Association adds to his income by acting as a vendor of lemon peanuts and pop corn in the grand stand during the Bock Harper has putin a new bake and erected an addition to his The second story to the Eureka black smith shop has been It Is rumored that the Northwestern Barb Wire Works are to be removed to Uuluth The rumor lacks con Bush has returned from his trip north much The city dads have ordered all the barbed wire fences where they adjoin or in any way Interfere with Justice Cadwell is having bis office building veneered with The work is nearly who is stopping with her M6Neil and who has been quite is improving Henry Carlson Is erecting a new dwelling on lot block Merrills Matt Clarkson went out to last week to spend a mouth with his brother Frank Wagley has the erection of a new house on the south Maxwell Is from where he spent three weeks as instructor iu the Teachers Training The house famine still and a score of dwellings could be filled at once if they could be Price and and Farreri and who went east about a month are now rusticat ing in the and boating on the of was in town and it is report ed has been engaged to take charge of the chair department of the lie is a skilled and a com petent Our streets have been abominably dusty for the past week where not traversed by the of is visiting hlg spent Tuesday In Chi on The Ladles Mite Society will give an ice creamsociable this Wednesday eve at the residence of Tuttle visited her REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK THE STERLING NATIONAL BANK AT In the State of at the close of JULY Loans and 48 secured and 76 bouits to secure 08 Other bonds and oo Due from approved reserve HvVH oo Due from other National 300 16 Heal furniture and 00 Current expenses taxes lT 77 Premiums 00 Checks and other cash C5 90 Bills of other Fractional paper 108 Legaltender D par redemption 843 75 Capital stock paid 00 Surplus Undivided National bank uotes oo Individual deposits subject to 30 Demand certificates of 70 STATE OF IM County of f88 James of the above named do solemnly swear that the above state ment Is to the best of my knowledge and JAMES Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th day of Notary ADAM I AUCTION I will sell at Public on August At one oclock at the building south of the b 2 Lumber 1 porn 1 Fanning 3 Coal 2 Board 14 Pairs of New 1 And other Six months time gfVen on approved ARE OFFERING TO SELL A LOCATED ON A FINE IF TAKEN AT For Terms call at their Office SOUTHEAST CORNER CALT BUSINESS IF1 YOU TO BORROW MONEY And have the security to I can all you fiirnish you Those desiring to attend the should see NUos thia Having bought out the business of to pay thehighest market price for all kinds of We have put in a new Fairbanka and we are now ready for a ruth ing iy LUMBER and COAL BURGH 80w4 Squire on Blackberries are pleattful this to 15 psr 3STo Loner Delays 1ST Oome and see Gait Tfail U ft tkev Truu with fcOd ft MTMUtt to cvuy WOUDO of the n wetaff bcroia day U MA Alto tod la twth Vulv KEEfES ft ia reason or out of BRESSLER have on hmd full slock of Fresh Groceries 1 SON And lie Most Delicious TEAS ever ami a Coutyieto LJiif CAtiNED OOOM of r Grocery Emporium tuouiij carry lowest DO till ta the of Paste ibla ia your KM call OB I 3KESSLEK
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.