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Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - August 14, 1890, Sterling, Illinois EIGHT AUGUST IL60 A BUSINESS Drt ENTAL ue riven to gold crown and nd to children glten cu and When Office on Third 8 Office In Flrtt national Bank D Offlce orer THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going Going Atlantic Kiprepn Dcuver Limited Overland Umllcd Omaha Clinton Starling Tlie Clinton Slerllng FasMnper runiHHjf All ll Office en Tblri Adjoining Cran Illlaoli Attorneys at A TTORNEY AT ii rooroa S and Btlln eoraer TUIril and Locust IHanahan ATTORNEYS AT Patents a rooms t and f of Moile Walter ATTORNEY AT Office over A TTORNEY8 AT LAW AND 80 LICITOR8 IN Office otcr Kwfers Drag ATTORNE Y AT LA W AND 80 UCITOR IN Office oter Sttrllng National III ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PUBLIC A OfHce over Sterling National Telephone Uni King A AT NOTARY PUBLIC A JTJBTIC1 OF THK Collections Mtended to EeJera to First National Banks and The Sterling National Prompt and careful attention riven to all HOUSE PAPER BANGER AND Bhop In it Webera First front Physicians RAILWAY TIME other g Fa fruit Freight trnln going went at going cant ot m carry BURLINGTON A QUINCY Going BO 4 Freight Arrive from 86 41 86 couiKtcts with trains cast and west on ullnton Branch with at Hock Wand and wet with main line for pfilntn totiucll and and for Kaunas City and points ILLINOIS CKNTKAL AT Going 8 70 Arrive from 79 77 ON TO Onr Brnte Sojer Start Poor Mlchljran Poorer British Boat Hide Frenchy Thousand Shootlne the I Flrel Going doing Freight i I STERLING COUIlKCTKttRVRnV T1IURBI1AV ty WUOO 30JW2 HKSBi MVIMO LIVK V a 40 OOTM 28 V 00 KXiJH 60 8 KAIIM V 8 11 V 100 V 60 Morris 8 on 1 SHI HJUKMW W EVERYBODY KNOWS EDITOR STANDARD The boys and friends who left for had pleasant trip to the Grand Trunk depot we found a crowd which kept on Increasing in size to the last when it was a mighty A short distance out of Chicago we began to see weather beaten towns with good sidewalks and with a large num ber of unoccupied We con cluded that the building thereof was a little too and we wondered if some of our Sterling real estate fortun ates would continue until they became Uur porter was a little this is his first trip and he did not get our berths ready until near but no one complained for we were out for a good Our train Is section composed of cars from 9 to 10 with one baggage The eastern portion of Michigan is tornado and cyclone with black desolation on every As we near Tort Huron things look Here we cross the Croix river on a large boat which carries nine loaded cars across at Such clear In things look if such a thing is than In Poor land in small pat palntless So much unev Some fields of grain cut some ripe and others THAT Anthony PHYSICIANSAND Office In Anthony corner aveoKi and Fourth TJOMEOPATHIO JLI Office and 10 Kist Third street Retldcneo Bll Mecond Office t to 10 1 to 3 T to 8 IC DISKAHES A Third Jmie PHYSICIAN AND Acuilcmy ot Munlc RealdiMicodult ntt HOMEOIATMTC PHYSICIAN omen over Rsrlinnii Hock Ready o aiiHWur liny or from HY Real Estate Adam REAL INSU RANCE AHD COLLEOTINO Money Loaued on Keitl and Personal Ofllce next door to Sterliug National Ster MOSES DILLON Cnrrius tlie principal Block JUSTICE OP THE COL J AGENT i NOTARY Klre Insurance In reliable VH Wwt Talrd PRACTIOALPAlNTBil DECO Km I in at tin prumplly made by leav ng word at Maiigan8 Giddings ILLINOIS THE HUBBARO MANUFAGTD BY DONALDSON During IJunliltUoiin ulisoiici In iillfornln FiuNii will 1111 ul Frank Cocliran UCAU8 TIIK CITY ON Smokers Novelties Building SEWER DRAIN In Whitesido PAID KOH Carain GOODS Elegant Designs la Ladles Gents GOLD WATCHES I Latest Btyles In JEWELRY I 16 East Third STYLES CARTER Cornei Third Street and First STERLING STEAM DYE QENTS CLOTUIffG DYED AND REPAIRED In flrstclaas or no Also LADIES Dress Pyed to aiiysliade or rsy All work scut to u will receive prompt Third Next Door to 1 L h 1 For all Job For all kludaof JobVrlnt to the Orders by watt for le a well cultivated grain in nice good barn there a farm with grain tum bledown both neighbor The no thinks Providence smiles on the that Provi dence frowns on This world Is not ao bad a world As some would try to miiko It Though whether good or whether on how we take our party dined in London on crossed the but dare not cross over into the promised United Quite a num ber of cards and some letters were mailed in the Queens but we learned a little later that they would not besent of Canada unless the cards and stamps had the British lion on We passed a school house surrounded by a potato patch and Mos es Dillon it was a kinder and Johnson said it was an agricultur al At Kingston on the morning of the 8th we took a boat for Our boat was badly overloaded every nook and corner being Sometimes too many would get on one water would DO We could understand but little that was said by and all you We had u delightful ride thro the Thousand Beautiful lawns houses to perfection tents and everything you can think of for comfort arid In the afternoon the Sterling crowd and about 150 others went from the Bohemia aboard the the Corsican so that we could shoot the rapids in It was grand Some of our party stood close to the edge of the when a great wave came dashing In and completely cov ered my wastheflrst thing the lady said that got the drench We lost time that we did not shoot the grandest but were transferred in the evening from the Coraican to our wnich were waiting for We arrived in Montreal about 12 crossed the Lawrence about on the morning of the and were awakened about 6 oclock by thacry of We all out as fast as we could and found the second sleeper from the rear of the train on So sudden was and the flre gained so that most of the passengers lost nearly The ladies and gentlemen were supplied with wraps and by contributions from the other passen This fire created quite a sensa tion and it hustled us out in a lively The car was cut out of the train and we run to the nest station where we remained several hours until the track was cleared and we could get our cars from the rear of the burnt We had a good Yankee dinner at Island Pondin the where we could un derstand the because they talked United At North Dillon and Van Spookendyke made an old fash ioned raid oh a garden and brought in a mess of turnips and These preserves are just in season The owner threatened to the con ductor sang out all aboard and we flew at a fearful The scenery was simply AVhen we reached the top of the grade we fairly flew We reached the loved And now go down the With shorter stroke yet swllter speed Than any we have What a difference Corn not eared nor tassled out wheat and oats per fectly green hay not Down the Androscoggln river we but as we look back we wonder how it ever got through the God moves In a mysterious We are getting a full dose of shaking up down steep around sharp over deep chasms at the rate of fortyflve miles an and by we are by the side of Lake Memphrem agogs beautiful Grand scen ery at with all singing Here we rest our weary oonea We hear favorable comments from every side concerning our theory of It is rockrooted aua the people know If Green river could be seined thorougldy from head to combing out the and big overgrown fishes that eat daily quarts of little the river would De one of finest angling streams in the It would give the little fish a chance to It would give the tish spawn a chance to instead of being eaten up by tnn the Farmers Afford to Lower the Grade of Tbeir Schools The farmers and with Some It maybe that they are not adequately represented in the lawmaking powers of the and But do they think that their social and political influence will be en larged by their limiting the education of their or by lowering its quality The source of power In this country Is The wellin formed man who ling a welltrained will secures the good wields ignorant is necessarily thrown into the This is not the result of anybodys manipulation or It isthe natural result of the condition of The ignorant part of the population in this country will govern the intelligent part when water runs up and not what do these farmers desire for their children Do they want to see them trampled under foot when they are grown to manhood and wo manhood uy persons belonging toother classes This will just as certainly be the result as effect follows if they depreciate the quality or diminish the quantity of the education they give to their The enlightened cit izen schools his boy because when the boy becomes a man he wants him to stand among to have to exert some If the boy is leared in or only hag an uncertain smattering of rudimentary he will certainly be somebodys slave in one form or The farmers are very unwise in reducing the com pensation of their The rural districts of the State of Illinois need the very best teaching in order that the farmers may be fit to hold their own In 4 and6r FACTS and not froth Is what moves the car of progress Fact number one Three hundred manufacturing establishments started in ten cotten States within two Fact number two Two hundred and twentytwo thousand four hun dred and thirtyseven tons of Oralclass iron and steel ships built by the Dele ware River Iron Shipbuilding Com pany at since Fact number three Fortysix iron and steel of tons of aggregate built since by William Cramp of not Including six ships now being with tons of aggregate Suppose that Congress should give just and liberal aid to American steam ships for the next ten would not the result be the Increase of our merchant marine by scores of the best and fastest vessels afloat Whiteside County Building and Loan Regular monthly meeting on Monday evening Make application at once if you desire to borrow Gait House EDWAHD Send to Mor for a Premium the Morrison 4 and I hereby an nounce myself aa a farmers candidate for the ofllce of State Representative of Whiteside subject to the action of the Republican County Every one should go to the Morrison Fair Larger aud totter than ever Great attractions more A son of Editor of the Warnen now an employe of the Omaha writes home the following bit of history in regard to Henry the worldrenowned traveler Through the courtesy of an old Galena of the firm of McIIujjh I have been enabled to become In the employ of the Omaha There Is something particularly Interesting connected with the life of Mcllugh a who is now generally considered at the head of the legal profession In this A poor boy at the with earnest ness and perseverance he at last suc ceeded in hanging out his shingle as a but it was with well worn pants in the region of the and the reduc tion to two meals a and sometimes His first case was the defending of Henry the noted African who had refused arrest and struck a policeman while under the In fluence of Cowin won the suit for but the ungrateful fellow soon got onto another lie for getting him out of his troublefandtothis dayr although the name of Stan ley is in the mouth of evtiry school boy ofrAmerica and Europspht i still owes Cowtn fpr legal At the time he lived here Stanley was a de bauched who could readily secure work as a reporter and newspa per man when but he was with out work a good share of the Most reliable information has it that he used to lie in a drunken stupor many and many a time on a pack of old wrapping paper in the Republican of and yet such a man nas turned out a and as such is honored by all A a speaker for the Farm ers allaluce of an made an emphatic and veracious state which Is good reading for those who never have a good word for town He said I have no use for the demagogue who goes around over the country advocating the theory that the thieves are in town and the honest men all in the The retail mer chants are not your Where there is competition among country re tail merchants you will find trusts or combines to take advantage of Everywhere I nave been I have found a spirit of competition existing among retail cutting down prices and underbidding each other through the columns of the newspapers or prin ted hand all for your In 47 counties I have traveled over I have failed to find a combine among retail If we drive every store out of town but the one we patronize we will have built up a If we organize over the country against men who have not organized against we will be a trustbreeding instead of a trustbreaking Let us not makes enemies of men who are en gaged in a legitimate but keep after the trusts and unite for the welfare of our common The of this city purchased a lot some time ago on which to place their plant The frame build ing thereon had been but find Ing that it would not be large enough for the uses required they have com menced theerecUoaof a brick building 42x59 the walls of which are four teen inches thick and will be fourteen feet The building is divided Into two parts by a brick One part will contain the boiler and the other the engine and They will also erect a coal house having a capac ity for three carloads of The company intends to be ready for ope rations by Morrison Why is asked a citizen of a re porter on a city that newspa pers make so many mlsstatements said the reporter of 20 years the papers have to aa most of the tue stories that men like you tell and it is a moral Impossibility for nine out of ten men to tell a thing as H really Some may tell it as it seemed to but what one man will swear to as the truth the next man will characterize A Miss Berdie has received the Ilelblg prem given by Conservator of Music for talent aud in Savanna is contemplating the sink ing of an artesian and the city officials are gathering statistics relative hereby announce myself as a candidate for the ofllce of Sheriff of Whlteside subject to the action of the Republican County Con CLAKK undersigned will be a candidate for Sheriff of Whltealde subject to the nomination of the Republican County when B hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Whiteside county at the coming County GEORQE LEGAL Administrators Estate of ABRAM The undersigned having been appointed Ad ministrator of the estate o Abram late o the County ot Whiteside and Htute of hereby gives notice that he will ap iHiar before the County Court of Whlteslde coun at the Comity Court Kooin In at the October on the Third Afirndnv inOctober at which time all persons having claims estate are notifiedmid requested to attend for the piinxwi of having the name ad All persons Indebted to said estate are U make Immediate payment to the this 14th day of 33w3 Executors Estate of HKNKY The undersigned having been appointed Exen tors dt the last will and testament of Henry late ot the County of Whiteside and State of hereby give notice that they will appear before the County Court of Whiteside at the County Court Room In at the October A of said on the First Monday in October at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same ad All Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the Dated this 2d day of JACOB I 33W3 HKNBY MELVIN LOHR to MelvlnS Son THE POPULAR WEST CANNED STAPLE FANCY Cheap as the Good as the TKY TJ8 A CORNER THIRD STREET Real Estate City Fan Property aii Western Lanfls for for Call and see wbat we Office at Philip Nices AND WALL PAPER AT BUSINESS Having bought out the business of are prepared to pay the highest market price for all kinds of We have put in a new Fairbanka and we are now for a rush ing tST LUMBER and COAL spe BURGH 30w4 cr a TT 33 1 Thii U Truu with t to tverjr mottoo pf the bodyi n nlnf UM bcraU d wit Eactoe tump tvt ciixulj Kid Qmettfooi to be Aj ottnA UMd br best media mea of Ana Aibof tx both V AU KEEPER 4 ILL IC EG R B pen ueatty aad subatan I ualjy in difloreut STtftUHO THAT DELICIOUS SERVED FROM THE MOST SUMPTUOUS AND ELEGANT FOUNTAIN IN THE ARE OFFERING TO SELL A NEWfHOME LOCATED ON A FINE IF TAKEN AT For Terms call at their SOUTHEAST CORNER CALT YOU WAJSTT TO BORROW MONEY And have the security to I can all you want furnish you Delays 2STo Come and see Gait in season or oat of BRESSLER SON Always on hand a full stock of r Fresh Groceries And the Most Delicious TEAS erer a Coaajiele OOODS of Everything a FirstClass Grocery Emporium alwuld oaity lowest aotch lu lie of v V Chariot Baoes the it
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