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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - August 21, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                EIGHT AUGUST A 4 BUSINESS fJ 8pedal to inhw and fchUdreni on Third itrt crown tad Apposite JStcKwithf te BTrtfr National Buk t OTOT Hack on adjoining Crair nilnolj 1 I II I I I I AttornejyB at A TTORNEY AT roonu land Third and Locuat Mana ATTORNEYS iAT a roctnt T and of Music Waltvr ATTORNEY At A A TTORNBY8 AT LAW AND 80 JtX LICITOR8 IN OfflM over Kntnt Drag ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SO LJCITOR IN OfflM erer Katlaul ATTORNEr AND COUNSELOR AT NOTART FITBUO A Office over Bterllng BL Line Min ATTORNEY AT NOTARY POBL10 A JTtBTlOB OF TBX CollectloM MmttA M Itafen to Ftrat National Banks and The Sterling National AL Prumpt and careful arteatloa given to ill HOUSE PAPEB BANOER AND Shop In DavU A Wotwra Hut rant Physicians A PHYSICIANS AND Ones1 tu Anthonr comer first tad Tomth TTOMEOPATHIO A JOffice and roonu 10 Bast Third BMldtnoa til Second Office to 10 1 tot 7 to 8 ORIFIOIAL 1C DI8GA8BS A Pnloa Third Ill June PHYSICIAN AND T Academy of Music PHYSICIAN Office over Exchange Ready D aiiawer day or from MY Real Estate Adam REAL IN8U BANOB AMD COLLECTING Money Loanud on Real and Fenonal next door to Sterling National Star TUSTIOB OF THE COL J LECTION AQBNT A NOTABT Klrt Innranoe In tu WM Third Painter and TRACTIOAL PAINTKR DECO X Eatlmatoa promptly made by leav ug word at Haugaua barneiui Giddings ILLINOIS f THE HUBBARD MANUFACrD BY During Donaldsons abdeiice In FUANK will Bll all Frank Cochr an THJS CITY ON oloer irainfl irnin going went at et carry BURLINGTON AQUINCI Qoing Going B M IS 41 Arrive from Arrive from T9 M It 41 Farsonger connecU with trains east sod wett on Clinton Branch wltk at Rock If land cut and went with mala line for mints Council and and for Kansas CUy and points ILLINOIS CENTRAL AT Uolng Going BMB RAILWAY TIME THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going Going Atlantic an jcnVcr Limited Overland Limited Omlhs II ls on PMwnger Starling Omaha Clinton Pftswcxer PaMteuetir ran aillft except All ight train other trains Freig going STERLING COBRKCTKD RVRKY THURSDAY V wav V 2S f WM 00 2034 fiO live 8 e FABM V 8 11 1 00 V no Morris 8 00 7 M 1 B EVERYBODY KNOWS MOSES DILLON Carries the principal stock of Building SEWER DRAIN TIIrEi Etc In Whiteside o 9 PAID FOB Elegant Designs In Ladles Gents GOLD WATCHES latest Styles InJ JEWELRY I 16 East Third LATEST STYLES CARTER Cornet Third Street and First STERLING STEAM DYE GENTS CLOTHINQ DYED AND EEPAIBED In flratolaas or no Also INDIES Dress Dyed to any shade or work seat to us will receive prompt Third Door to Mn i ii For aU kinds ot Job Print fto to tie tor TEACHERS1 The Seventeenth Annual Session of the Whiteside County Normal Instl at the Sterling high school building on at The morning which was was devoted to regis Some sixty teachers were enrolled the first and this num ber has the afternoon session a choir was formed with Amos Ebersole as Miss Sarnie Eyater appointed program for the afternoon and the machinery of the Institute set in Martin Post opened be sesiion withthe reading of the and After a alk by County Johnston on gen eral matters pertaining to the conduct of the Bayliss addressed be teachers on and out ined the work for the lursh was allotted a half hour in which to discuss the subject of and an equal time to Ilendricks in which to relate some Interesting and valuable facts relative to the school laws of the State of The Institute opened with quite a number of new On calling the roll 03 This number was iicreased to 107 before Devo ional exercises were conducted by who also gave an extempor aneous talk on Aa the sugges ion of the this was followed jy sentiments bearing on Bayllas gracefully eluded his responsi bility by saying at the close thai were all his The first subject of the is in charge of Among the many things noted was the fact that no textbook or can more than a mere or n the hands of a true teacher of His Three objects of teaching His tory for the useful he mental and for teaching ove of on the of School dwelt particularly on certificates and the powers of the County if must be at least 18 years and if 17 In reference to the when Hendricks asked some to state the legal age of female appli a principal of a school whispered that it was from 17 to Some may not agree with It was also shown the has absolute power a the granting of He may use hia discretion in all and can change the required average from 75 per as at if he chooses to do so in his talk on dwelt atlength on the comparison of he present methods of teaching and ihose of his giving numer ous He takes the posi tion that the country school teacher has an advantage over those in the in the teaching of the Johnston made some very jood remarks on punctuality atroil One thing especially thftt any teacherswho are tardy at roll coll lose their seats if others choose to take them In the afternoon several new names were added to the Hend ricka talked about Spelling and Writ Ing in the seventh year work as outlin ed in the Course of In spelling be urged the learning of only three about final final and doubling final He says the way to learn to spell to was of much Harsh discussed the methods of rocuring specimens in Science teach He has had no trouble in Sterling n getting all the toad stools and thinks the rank growth of this fungi in the soil here Is an excellent ar gument in favor of permanent The Institute entertains a variety of in regard to the proper post in but a majority favor the front An expression of opinion in regard to first choice Hlldfeth and Loasing The philosophers and the classics were discussed intelligently and The third exercise on conducted by was very in A diagram showed the de veloping power of paying attention from two to twenty No lecture was delivered in the after but the time given to a teachers a full account of which will appear Below are the names of the teachers present to date SterlingMaggie Hester Lyclla Anna Jessie Alfred Amos Mama Fred Liable Cora Ida Alice Ma mie Gertrude Mary Jennie Sarah Martha Sara Jessie Tony Mlntle Annie I Mir a Viola Frank Hoo Harvey Luella Nellie Van Nellie Kate Hex Bnsle Anna Josephine Luna Bertha Margaret Ella Jlara LIna Lizzie laa wlle Mary Hannah Ida Augusta Sadie Ida Kttlo Hock Ella Philip Bertha Edith Grace Nellie Ella Jessie Mary slyra Nellie Mary May Edith Eva Julia Llva 1liebo Leona Amy Maggie Anna Louise Clara May William Rebecca Emory Round Ella Mary Deer Delia May Garden Morrison 4 and In Literature Hursh paid special attention to the revolutionary period of our literature from 1766 to It is a deplorable fact that while in this period of fifty when there were some of the best productions the world has ever there are such a few of them Bayliss has awakened an unusu al Interest In the so called dry study of using one of the Heading Circle books as a As part of the days James Dinamoor gave a half hours ad dress to the After giving a quite lengthy resume of the legislation for the benefit of the public he dwelt on the moral obligation of the teacher to the State and He spoke emphatically of the necessity of teaching the English language in the public Other nations insist on this and so should He cited Ger many in the case of Alsace and Lor Fhe law passed concerning them was that all children between the ages of 7 and should attend school and be taught the German His address was full of good points and was highly appreciated DV those in the fore part of the but owing to lack in delivery it was hardly audible elsewhere the He was given hearty ap and on motion of Bayllsa the Institute tendered him a vote of The days session closed with an nouncements of school journal of which there are a goodly number in Among the journals repre sented we noticed the Public School of Bloomington The Insti of New York the Popular Edu of Boston and The School and of In the absence of Bayliss conducted the devotional after which a number of teachers were asked for items of In Frank Hoover and Bayliss res ponded The latter talked upon the subject of compulsory educa and does not consider the as now Heudiicka stated that it had been a great supceas at In Bayllaa emphasized the foot that too many dates are He did not believe that any teacher present could arrange a table of fifty dates that are absolutely essential iu the study of Baxter thought and will undertake to prepare such a Hendricks Informed the that New t ears July Thanks and ChrUtmaB are the only le He spoke at length rela Rock Palls Kline IB clerking for Perry the in Knee is visiting his this Herar bookkeeper at the Peoples has resigned his position and will enter college this fall Herm baa a host of friends who believe that he has in him the staff of which men of mark are made TheEock Falls Assn loaned at the meeting Monday night and who have spent the summer thus in New will be home next The will meet afternoon at three at the residence of on Dix on OonductofBoynton has returned from the west Doc will follow In a few went to Belvldere Tuesday on a We regret to report that Miss Fay Batcheller is quite Her friends hope for a speedy Dill has secured the services of a competent forewoman from Chicago for her dressmaking depart ment Miss Jennie Wheeler has gone to Mllford on a couple of weeks Engh is building a new house on the Dixon The band boys are practicing assid uously for the coming contest Boy formerly In the employ of has gone to and Herbert late with succeeds to his Joseph Pannebacker was In Amboy Bales bos gone to the Franklin Grove Warren Cole stumbled over a box cor the other evening and hurt his ey hence his phlzog is now ornament with a pair of 19i The Evangelical Sunday School pic nic was largely attended by young and old at A new feature of the occasion was the Mer rygoround which was kept in mo tion and even the old enjoyed the awing and joined In the Among the visitors from a distance were Moser and slater Miss and James of All were glad to again shake hands with the former pas and hope he will come BOOH Interstate The will sell round trip tickets to Chicago at one and one third fare lor the round plus 26 cents for admission coupon to the Ex on and and Tickets to be to date of and re turning until and Including the first Monday Final arrangements have been made for a campmeeting In Foya eight miles south of nine milea from 8 to Uriah Kent and Miss Laura Pipplt will assist tbe and feed for horses will be Berved at reason able to rent for Everybody cordially Addreaa iuiuiri6f to Townnhlp Republican The Republican voters of Sterling iownshlp are requested to meet at the City Hall in the city of from 5 oclock to 7 oclock on Satur August for the purpose of selecting 41 delegates to the County Convention to be at Morrison on the 20th day of Bv order TOWNSHIP Dated Purcell has secured two of the Wrongest the road for the opening performances at the Acad emy this Next Saturday even ngthe great scenic The will be followed iy Sheppards Modern Minstrels on next Tuesday Both of these are standard attractions in the large and will prove an event of uuu sunl Importance in Prices are not Everybody attend the Morrison Fair this The managers of this Fair are making preparations for tbe best Fair ever Tield in Whiteside Bring along your live stock and arti cles for and carry off the iberal premiums Entries In all classes except the sheep and poultry departments close at 10 oclock Entries to the above classes close at midnight Vlake your entries early and avoid the Entries may be made by Parties who desire to make entries by mall will send to purchase a membership which admits dur ing the entire together with a list of the articles they wish to to Send to Baird for a Premium ListRemember the 4 and The SherwinWilliams Sold by KEEPER I hereby an nounce myself as a farmers candidate For tbe ofiice of State Representative of AVbiteslde subject to the action of the Republican County EPHRAIM with grati the kindness of the Republican party and voters of Whiteside county chances for nomination as County Clerk to the Republican County EDWIN hereby announce as a candidate for the otllce of Sheriff of Whiteside subject to the action of the Republican County Con CLARK undersigned will be a candidate for Sheriff of Whiteside subject to the nomination of the Republican County I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Whiteside county at the coming County GEORQB GRAND DOUBLE OPENING ACADEMY OF Saturday August THE GKEAT s THE STOWAWAY A TRULY GREAT Prices 35 60 and 75 Tuesday August SHEPPARDS MODERN MINSTRELSt MIN8TKKL FAVORITES MOKE OB LESB OO A88ISTID BY 7Ogawa8lAPAHESE ACROBATS7 WE GUARANTEK the finest mlnstrej perform auce ever In Prices and LEGAL Administrators Estate ot ABRAM The undersigned having been spiwlnteil Ad mlulstrator of the estate ol Abram late ol the County of Whltealde and State ol hereby gives notice that he will ap E before the County Court o Whiteside cuun t the County Court Room In at tbe ber on the Ffrtt Monday in October at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requeued to attend tor the purpose ol having the same ad All persons Indebted to said estate are reuuentod to make Immediate payment to the Dated this Uth day at JONAS Executors Estate ot HKNBY The undersigned Laving been appointed Eieu tors ol the last will and testament ot Heury late of the County of Wbltealde and State of hereby give notice that they will appear before the County Court ol Whltealde at the County Court liooiu In at the October of said on the First XunOav to October at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend lor the purpose ot naytug the same ad AU persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payuwut to the DfctedU 3S3 J ocw Tmu with t t to uotvix of tbe Dud tfitf Eoclosc foe cuotll to W Jkl afuA uKd by the tea m AKB Jutal Real Estate City ani Fan Property anil feilem Lapis for Call and see what we Office at JMllp fficet S AND WALLPAPER AT ARE OFFERING TO SELL A NEW HOME LOCATED ON A FINE IF TAKEN AT For Terms call at their SOUTHEAST CORNER CALT ICE CREAM THAT o DELICIOUS SERYED FROM THE MOST SUMPTUOUS AND ELEGANT FOUNTAIN IN THE IF YOU WAJSTIV TO BORROW MONEY And have the I furnieh you all you want 3STo Zjozigr IDolays axxd 3STo Come and see i Gait la or out o BRESSLER SON Always have on hand a full ctock of Fresh Groceries And tbe Most Delicious TEAS ever CANNED GOOte fW ii Everything a PlwtClaas Grocery lowest uotch to we Scale o f asie tikia Itt your and call on   

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