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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - August 7, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                EIQHT AUGUST A YMAft BUSINESS XH TiENTAL JLJ Spsctal out tirra to goW BrIAgt to chlldrtns t Spsctal out tirra to goW crown tnd t to chlldrtns Qu glren when aralrei on Third opportte IB Pint National Bank AJt Office srer OA Third tAfrMng Crin RAILWAY TIME Attorneys at ATTORNEY AT roomi I and eonn Thlrf and Locuit JUanahan ATTORNEYS AT PttoiU a rooms T and Academy of Munlc ATTORNEY AT Offlco OTtr ATTORNBY8 AT LAW AND SO uorroRs IN orer Drug ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SO tlOITOR IN Office orei Sterling National III ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PUBLIC A Offlce National Telephone Lite fling A TTORNEY AT NOTARY PUBLIC It JUbTlOB OF THE I1L Collection attended M Helen to Jflrat National Banks and The Sterling National GENERAL Prompt and earcful attention glim to aH HOUSE PAPER HANOEH AND Shop In Darti Webeti Tint front THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Oolng Going Atlantic Bras Ilenvur Overland Omaha Cllnlou Sterling Thn Omaha Ki Clinton PIIMOOKCT and Sterling PaFWitpir rnh dallji MtBpt Air other naliiK Freight trnln golug wont at gotneeiuit et cnrrv BDRIiINlTrON Oolng R ID Arrive from 79 77 SO connorln with Iralnn eaflt and WPKI on Clinton Branch with A at Hock Iplnnd end nncl west with main line lor IKtlnln Council and and Tor Ulty and points ioltiK 30 4i Arrive from 41 ILLINOIS CKNTKAL AT Oolng Going FamiiiKer BTERLINO Physicians So PHYSICIANS AND J Office la Anthony corner Vbit aad Foarth HOMEOPATHIC Office and room 10 Eatt Third Keddence 611 Second Office I to 10 1 to S T to 8 ORIFIOIAL 10 DISEASES A Unlom Third Jane PHYSICIAN AND T Academy of Music TTOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN il Onlce over Exchange Rock Ready o answer calls day or tram BY Heal Estate rnitllKlTKU BVKllV TIIfllMDAY V warn axaai AViWO LtVB V 1140 DIXfM 26 V 00 live o FABM V 8 V II 1 00 DO Morris 8 00 7 rx 1 a EVERYBODY THAT KNOWS MOSESDILLON Cnrrios REAL INSU RANCK AMD COIiBOTINQ Monej LoiJjed on Fertonal Ofice iieit door to Sterling National HUr Building SEWER DRAIN In Whitcsidu 02LS EC IfAID POU TU8TIOE OF THE COL J LECTION AGENT NOTARY Pin luuruitt la relUbla Third Painter and PAINTER DECO JT Estlmatea promptfy made by leav ng word at Mnngina Giddings ILLINOIS 3STEW Elegant Designs In Ladles GOLD WATCHES Latest Styles JEWELRY 16 Eagrrhlrd THE HUBBARD MANUFAGTD BY During Donaldsons absoiico In Ciillforula FUANK will Illlull Frank Cochran LEADS TUB CITY ON AND Smokers STERLING STEAM DYE GENTS CLOTH I If O DYED AND BEPAIEED In Uratcliws or DO LADIES Also Dress Dyedto uny uliado or All work sent to us will receive prompt Third Next Door to The event of the week in is the long expected miirriage of of the well known furniture house of Windem to Grace the beautiful and accom plished daughter of Mich The wedding took place at half past eight oclock Wednesday in the presence of over a hun dred invited at the residence of the brides C04 4th lUcHSfdB coinmodlotiaThome was profusely decorated with flowers for bride waa attlrcd Iffpearl moire cut enframe with pleated and no ornaments save a bouquet of white roses carried in the The groom was in evening The contracting parties stood unattended undera canopy of ever greens and The ceremony was performed by the Martin of the Congrega tional in a most impressive After were and refreshments had been the guests were favored with music by Miss Ella and it need not he said in most de The gifts were profuse and many of them and among the most valued will doubt less bo the old spinningwheel used by the brides grandmother more than sixty years and now presented to her by her Bar At a late hour the guests and and Windom took posses sion of the cozy little cottage built for them and situated next door to each of the parental The bride and groom have been neighbors ahd friends from their They knew each other and there Is noreason why the hearty good wishes for their welfare and happiness as they journey through life should not come to The nappy couple havethe cordial congratulations of the STANDARD with the hope that every good wish of the and every fond anticipation of tlieir own may be realized Since the organization of the two clubs for the purchase of cloth certain of our tatt ers and merchants have censured the ETANDAUU for riot condemning tlie alleging that it is a and as are not fully posted aB to the workings of these but as we understand the members simply club together for the purchase of goods upon the week ly installment the element of chance consisting in a drawing each week to award the paid for at each If it is a or a the parties Tomplaining should report the matter tothe who will mTdoubt take proper We do not consider it our province to as sail an institution about which we know practically and which is patronized by of our best citi Morrison 4 and Farmers are much discouraged over the injury by the to the1 corn and say that the late planting la a total while the early planting will not yield over half a While this is all yet farmers in this sec tion should not All other crops were and rye and hay abund We are told by intelligent farm ers that the hay crop throughout Whiteside county is consider ing quality and than it has been for ten and It was all put up in good Oats made very nearly a full crop in most sections of the potatoes will yield at leas thalf a If the farmers in the dried up regions in Kansas and Neb raska and other points west of the Missouri can eke out ah exis tence through the coming then it is safe to say that our agriculturists can live and have something to Chariot Baces at the 4 and Harry a younger brother of Benslnger of the Bock Falls died at the family resi dence on Fourth street at 2 oclock the funeral occurring at the Fourth street Grover Clark officia who was in the emploj of the Beloing Electric Motor Works was stricken last spring with la from which he never fully altho the imme diate cause of his death was cholera He came out from Chicago on Saturday evening last very and continued to sink rapidly until his He was born at was aged twentyfour years and was a young man of much promise whose early death is greatly More trotting and running races at the Morrison Fair thia year than ever your eye on the dates 4 and The major portion of Walnut in Bu reau which adjoins us on the is in About 3 oclock last Thursday morning a fire broke out in a billiard which speedily spread to adjacent and fanned by a strong wind which was blowing from the swept everything in its Sixty buildings were consumed including nearly all the business and many of the best dwellings in the The Motor were totally Many families were rendered homeless and and the business interests of the village are at least for the Some of the property burned was fully as is always the a portion was and on the owners of the the loss falls Saj That vacation Is drawing to a Teets has a beautiful ver bena That Attorney Ferguson sports a dude That we are to have another saloon at the west That Miss Lillie Sprinkel is an ex pert That the Christian church Will have a new pastor That the arc electric lights are in That our Humane Society has evi dently gonejo That street sewer system will be completed by That the STANDARD Is the leading paper in Whiteside That Mias Anna Xendt Is the swift est lady pedestrian In the That the political pot is beginning to boil with an exceeding great That the pastors of four of our prin cipal churches are absent from That dogs without checks are dying rapidly from some mysterious That Brown has tied more mar ital knots than any minister In Ster That the most loving and most beau tiful wife in this city resides on First That one of our bakery men Is to be married and that it isnt That John Gilbert furnishes the buttermilk which sold at the Asso ciation That thebaby which and Cochrane are is a little That purchased a horse and tlrst he ever That Jilorrison has more pretty girls to the square rod than any town we know That the is getting up a course of lectures which are to be given in the Academy of Music Upturned from up north bronzed but Looking scarcely one day older Tlmn three weeks he Hung A flshiKjli oer Ills That the dry goods has Cut off his and now looks as though he would soon be old enough to A larger crowd than usual gathered Saturday night to hear the Keystone Band concert at the notwith standing the fact that tfie weather was terribly The program as publish ed last was carried out with the exception of one and the mu sic was Below Rive the program for next Saturday to gether with the instrumentation D PART flmnd March of Congress Cavotta Forpet Me Not 8o1o Jolks Rendered Walker Urand March Andante and Waltz Heorgte fntwmlsslon ot 12 minutes for IART Request Number Report to Conductor Quick March Our Executive Orand Fantiwla Crown of Oold VlcrroB Grand March Superior Overture Little Dundy Piccolo j Kb Clurlonetj fib Clarionet Kb Cornet Bolo Kb Cor net 1st Cornet i 2d Ub Cornet Dan Solo Eb Alto 1st Kb Alto 1st lib Tenor 2d lib Tenor Baritone Kb Tuba Snare Drum At llass Drum Roman standing and mount races at the Morrison Fair each Dates 4 and the engineer of the switch was overcome by the heat laat and was In a precarious condition for several but is now on deck A patent medicine advertisement in one of our exchanges shows a man hag gard and thin and dejected and under this cut are the btefore The next cut represents a bux om looking with the powerful med icine to transmogrify a decrepit man intoft Woomlng The Mississippi Association la hoWfng its seventi an nual session at Mt nettr nnd wlU remain ia le sion four The cises occurred last We are still baring plenty of bsaa ball such M it Every day ot so amateurs play at the Sporting tlon and on Thursday butt quite an entertaining game WM played between the Locust itreeta mtd Third the former winning In a nine inning game by ft wore Real Estate Cily anfl Farm Property and f esters Laufls for for and see whatWP Office at Philip LATEST STYLES CARTER Cornet Third Strati tut Flrtt Executors That Scott Breunemun Mooney and one or two are going up to Dulutb next week to buy its That Bunns new house will never be struck by It would puzzle the zigzag terror to know where to alight on that many cornered man That we have about a score of young men who hang about the street cor ners witlrnrrviBible means of who should be prosecuted under the ol HENRY The underslpied hnvliiK leen appointed tors ol the laat will and testament of Henry late ot the County at Whitealde and of hereby five notice that they will appear before the County Court ot Whltasldn at the County Court Room In at the October of said on the Flrnt Monday in October at which time all persons having clalmn aKUlnat suld estate are notified and to attend for the purpose of having the name ad All ersons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the Dated this 2d day of JACOB I 32MT HENRY fKxecmors BUSINESS Having bought out the Inintncsn to pay the htghest market price forall kinds of Wo have put in a new and we are nowready for a Peerless Machine Eldorado Engine Eldorado Castor West Virginia Black Daisy Cylinder The Most Complete Stock OF IIST II n i ii F Inn Urintinn lt1 tlllll M H ou UUU llUllllgi L For all klmls of JobFrliil 10 tlio STANUAHU Ordurs by mall or Remember thu dates of the Morrison 4 and Bring along your stock and articles for and make your entries Entries can be by mail to After an illness of three at his home at of malignant cholera aged 58 Thedeceased was born in Franklin county but had resided in this county for forty He waa the eldest son the late Isaac of this and who was one of the pioneers of the Reed was a prominent citizen of his and an upright He leaves a two soiis and four to deplore an irretrievable At the brides residence on First ave nue at 8 oclock July Alice Smith was united in marriage with Mr Samuel the well known west end grpoBTare both well known in and their many friends wish them happiness The editor of the STANDARD is in Chicago attending a meeting of the Republican State Executive Com ofwhich he was made a mem ber by Chairman of the State Central The fol lowing is the makeup of the Executive Committee of EighthCongl PLINY First Dis THOMAS Seventh Ninth Dis PEYTON Elev enth Thirteenth JAMES Nine teenth The daughter of chairman of the Republican State Cen tral was married on July at Sunday School Conventions will be held next August as fol lows Round 10 Union 3 and at Morrison in the The following workers will be present to speak on topics Ladd K Hosteller and Everybody ia invited to be present and become enthused in the spirit of Sunday school LAWKENCE District The Morrison Fair this year promi ses to be larger and better than ever The Premium List has been revised and increased premiums offer Prepare your stock and articles for and get them in good shape to take to the The races at tula Fair are always and this year of races has been in creased and the purses The special attractions this year are of the and have been secured at great cost to the Drop a card to J for a Premium List Remember the 4 wid ing tST LUMKKR and COAL 30W4 BURCH Get the CONFECTIONERY ALL East Third 3d Door from Were Here to Stay STOCK OF To be found in Diamond Medal Canned and Dried Fancy and Staple All at Rock Hottom For Terms call at their SOUTHEAST CORKER CALT is YOU TO BORROW MQNEY And have the security to can furnish you all you Call at the old ataud and be assured of fair 3STp 3STo Come and see em in season or out of BRESSLER Always have on band ft full Mock of 1 xr M fffiHg IfatJ K tnfiiualesi prepiiite yields to cvcty outtiwi of liie u Q ft new wtttt ft JifaJ Uttuojf tiie heini ami M At ived t Ht4 uud by tta hcxt sttofAaa AitttrfcnaitibolJi JUfc A44ftt SON Fresh Groceries And Delicious TEAS aa4 CANNED GOODS of REEFER His EveryUiiuK a FirstOians Grocery Ewporium lowest notch in uie ot iar Paste this aad OB   

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