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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                AUGUST IL50 A BP8IHEB8 DBNf AL Special cat tVen to goM ennra ami tod to cblMmt Gu firm i JFtnrt Natlontl Btw HBaotft D i ant Hock Third idfolatlig Cru Attorneys at A TTORNEY AT I and ItollM Tblrd and Loeaat Memahan TTORNEYS AT TT Pateita a rooms T tad of Haifa Walter ATTORNEY AT Offlco RAILWAY TIME a THE CHICAGO ANO NORTHWESTERN Atlantic Den Going Going IMS Hirer Overland Clinton BtAfllng OmTrtii and Sterling Passenger run except All other trains going gulngeut et carry BURLINGTON A QUINCT Qolng Going 8 88 70 42 Arrive from Arrive from W 7T 41 Passenger 88 with trains etutt and west on Ullutou Branch with A at Rock Island cant and went with main line for points Oonncll and aud for Kansas City and points ILLINOIS CKNT11AL Uolng irtng TEACHERS ATTORNBY8 AT LAW AND SO LICITORa IN owr Drag BtortBf ATTORNEY AT LAW AND BO IN OSot tmr BtecUng National R ATTORNEY AND COUN8ELOE AT NOTARY PU1LK Office OTOBtnUog MaUinal ATTOENBY AT ruBiio JDHTIOI or ram Callcctltu atuadtd U l Banks and Sterling National Prompl and cartful tfUmtloa rlnm to aU HOUSE PAPEB HAHOER AND la Wtbert trout Physicians 8s STERLING CORRKCTKD LIVB 3 40 26 OOO4 oo MM so 0 KABM V 8 II V 1 00 V 0003 00 Morris 8 00 1 M W 1 so V B EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MOSES DILLON Anthony J office la Anthony eoroar tint Bad youth HOMEOPATHIC nod roomi 10 Kaat Third til Second ta 18 1 to I I to B TkRIFIOIAL SUEGERY40HRON V 10 DISEASES A TJalom Third DL Jane PHYSICIAN AND Academy of Munlc llcaldencoGall Sff Il HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office over Exchange Hoarty o tinBwer calla day or from VY Real Estate Adam BiNCB AKD COLLECTING Honey Loaned on Hot and Pononal next door to National SUr Devotional exercises were conducted by of Rock Falls Sentiments created an unusual inter and many of them were In Bayliss claimed that one memory gem found in the reading of an authors is of more val ue than fifty committed from a prepar eJ The teachers were advised to read Lowells to Tilso to US6 llteiature and geography in connection with Teach the geography of a country as a factor in the settlement of the Each in this country foiihd a great er thing than be Dayliss succeeded a greater in terest in the subject of and the methods of teaching than has here tofore been Y In School thfe entire time alott ed to Hendricks was consumed in replying to questions propounded by the among which we noticed this Can a board of directors with hold a teachers wages until another meeting on account Of an error in the teachers Also Cana teacher teach on a day to make up a day lost Answer Not unless the directors make no objec Many other questions of much import to were and Hursh conducted an interesting exercise in He had several specimens of and bulte discussion waa held relative to pearls fojind in especially Tirthis and adjoining countiesTThese two questions were asked and any body in or out of the profession are at liber ty to reply Why change color to red in boiling What do they eat Hurshs in the Sci ences have grown very interesting and Hendrlcks opened a dictation ex ercise with this sentence The who is iu prison for a political and is not allowed books and paper to beguile his has found one lit tle green plant growing betwefen the paving stones of the prison yard In which he Is allowed to few of the teachers were able to take Jt at one Hendricks dic tates a sentence and then brings out the different He claims that a great deal of the teaching of technical grammar is He recommend ed a great deal of written Teach ers should be sure to keep a little ahead of the outline in the course of He also recommended a uniform of As the request of Hendrlcks each teacher furnished a JlstxJLJbejmmber jlaystaught and the number of visits fronrBchoordlrec which was well and was in very truth a so Singing and instrumental music were renoered charmingly by various persons and the fact noticed that a large majority of our both male and are good vocal and proficient in Captain Orville Bassett drilled a squad of Ster ling School consisting of cadets John and Harvey Strickler entertained the company with a negro dialect and Miss Frankie Marshall themwith the Bridge of the There were comic frolic arid good such as only the AVhiteside county teachers know how to put and if any body was unhappy theyneglected to show The very profitable week closed with a Saturday torenoon In Bayliss would teach the four wars before the Revolution as one continual war with The Revolution should be taught In two divisions the war of until the Declaration of and the war for independ An outline of the provisions of with different can Th fin be taught to very young e duties of the voter should Morrison Fulr Kext Entries to all classes excepting C and D close at 10 oclock Entries to other classes close at Race entries close at Make entries early and avoid confusion and crowds at the By sending to purchase a membership ticket good during the together with a list of entries you may desire to to entries may bfl made by thus saying any waiting fair your nice farm garden vegeta bles and pantry carry off the liberal premiums Remem ber the 4 and There will a special meeting of Will Robinson Saturday August to make preliminary ar rangements for the reunion at and All comrades should be By order of the Comman There will be a concert at Fourth church Friday beginning at 8 The program consists of an overture by Bucks orchestra vocal solo by Miss Lulu Anna Schmoeger Tell My by Horace Blller Som by Occar and Fred Buck Lady by Misses Mack and Kline and Dlller and Haberer Les by Fred Buck The Broken by Miss Bertha Con ner by Misses Boynton and Rowe Sooner qr by Miss Hattie Mack May by Miss Luella Hill vocal Miss Lulu New and Schuberts by Miss Llliie 26 and CafrTes the principal stock of LUMBER Building SEWER DRAIN In Whiteslde Arguments for and against different educationafand poHticarques tions should be discussed in As voting is a duty as well as a every voter by some oe compelled to vote or lose his franchise Bayliss suggests that sev eral teachers arrange a list of Import ant dates during the coming year and then make them known through the These dates simply be the ones should and not dates of such events that cffn be found in every chronologi ical In Memory was consid What Is It Its distinguishing characteristics its activity in all forms of knowing its and suggestions as to the method of training Hendricks thinks that every school should have printed rules and In the discussion in the School Law class it was asserted that Whiteslde county had fewer tobacco users among her teachers than any like number of pedagogues in the and that no tobacco iisor uhould be hired to tench The majority of the teachers favored corporal punish ment as an absolute The teacher has the same right to punish the child that the parent In re gard to the compulsory law the follow ing resolution wasoffered by Bay lisa and unanimously passed as citizens of White side county earnestly request all the members of our State Legislature to resolutely oppose to the best of their all attempts txrmodify Real Estate AKD Cily ant Fan Property ant Lanto for Hf Call and see wliat we Office at PMUp If ices Rubber I flmiib ROBBER STAMPS of all Locust SterUot AND WALL PAPER AT PAID FOB Oraln TUSTIOE OP THE COJ V LKOTION AGENT NOTARY Tin In reliable TbJW Painter and Jtfan0ranf PRACTICAL PAINTER DECO A Ball matuu bjleav iig word at Maugann barneaa X r I Qiddings ILLINOIS GOODS Elegant Designs In Gents GOLb WATCHES Latest Styles JEWELRY I 16 East Third THE HUBBARD MANUFACTD BY During DotrnMsoiis absenw In FUANK wlU flU all ordoi Frank Cochran STYLES CARTER Cornet Third and First STEKLINQ STEAM DYE LEADS TUB CITV ON Smokers CLOTHING DYED AND BEPAIBED Ju flralcluas or DO Also Dress Dyed to auy sUaile or work sent to oa will receive prompt Third Next poor to r nil kl Qda ol Job Prtnt school boards throughout the In the ungraded schools as scarce as the proverbial hens being one visit to every seventy days or less than one visit from each director per In the graded schools the numbar visits was much In Hursh dwelt upon Longfellow aud the beauty of his poe Several were called upon to read selections from his Bayliss spent some time on lower form of sense perception and then on the or conscious By previous Davis entertained the teachers for an hourwith facts and fancies gleaned during his late trip to Africa and the Holy and we cannot speak too highly of his He took the crowd with him to Edinburg and Pompeii and then to Jerusalem and then back to It was A vote of thanks was tendered Davis for his pleasing In History Bayliss gave an out line of the Period of Discovery and ad vised teachers to treat it as a whole and not try to remember The books on this part of our history recom mended to be read by every were On Spanish Irvings Discover Prescotts Conquest of and Wallaces The Fair On French Discovery Parkmans Pion eers of France in the New Drakes The Making of the Great and The Jesuits in North On the English Discoveries Towlea Towles and Voyages of Kingsleys Westward Longfel lows Skeleton in Whittiers The of by and Lowells As to a list of this kind of literature see Public School Jour nal for In Hendricks School Law class it was does a school director have to take an oath of and answered in the The qualifications of oersons for school directors were dis also the proneness of school boards to deal with traveling It was decided that all irregular meet ings and actions of boards of directors should be Ilursh in his Science class had a real not a block bass as he but a sheeps to illustrate the teaching of He and Hen dricks both give unstinted praise to work on Hursh does not believe in cruelty to but he does believe in vivisection for the advancement of llendricks thinks teachers should stick close to the text aud not spend much time on side issues i He insists that some work on gymnastics should be taught in every Musio and drawing are necessities in Teachers who can draw ami sing are much in demand all over the Johnston recommends Shelton a In Literature Hursh said that no teacher should spend her entire time on tte common studies she has iu but she should spread her intellect by reading in the higher fielda af litera Our Concord writers and Cam bridge scholars have molded our Amer for In the afternoon theold educational was most enthusiastically aud he gave the toaohurs one of the most and sensible aud eloquent discourses they ever on Mind that shall weaken or tend to weaken the present provision made by the State to guarantee to every child within its borders a good common school educa tion in the ENGLISH The Institute was a good one and one conducted in the right It closed with the following Resolutions Business After 1st Byes dressmak ing will be at her home On cor ner of Fourth avenue and Fifth where she will be glad to see a limited number of her old Miss Mattle Fry will continue the dressmaking buslnes in the rooms over Oetttngers store now occupied by Miss Fry has bad ten experiente as seamstress and forewom an and she is prefectly well qualified for the Bye begs a large share of her old cus tomers to patronize Miss knowing that they will be pleased with her Prohibition County Prohibition voters of Whltealde county are requested to send delegates from thulr sev eral towns to Morrison on the 9th day of Sep to a Prohibition County Conven which meets at two oclock of that to nominate candidates for Comity County County and County Superintendent of and to select lelegHtos Cmigresslimalftml Heuatoriiil The Senatorial Convention merta In Sterling on at 2 In the City The several towns are entitled to del fgates as 4 8 6 8 4 Garden 8 D S 4 6 7 6 Pleas 0 6 4 9 10 Union Cun YOU NEVER SAW THE LIKE GO TO BRESSLER AHft FRUITS OF ALL FLOUR YOU NEVER SAW THE LIKE The finest Flour In tine as silk made out of the finest hard Try it FRUIT you NEVER SAW THE LIKE The choicest Gages and fresh and from Sugars YOU NEVER THE LIKE All Vinegar and of choice DRIED SALT PORK YOU NEVER 8AWTHE LIKE Sweet and CANDIES Choice fresh and You NEVER SAW THE LIKE MELONS Nutmegs from Abo YOU NEVER SAW TIIELIKE Sweet and TOBACCO and Cigarettes and BLESS YOU NEVER SAW THE LIKE Go and lliouuubuia Hursli and speaker Davis and the Board oC Education of the Second the Uie the the CountySuper and pastors Post and Grover 1 That we express our thanks for the success of the Normal to all who have been help Providence has seen fit to call from our midst an earnest and beloved Mlsa Stella That we express our Borrow for the loss of our worthy Miss Stella and our condolence to her relatives and The following are the names added since last week Ubble Anna Lef Kock Itele Hat tie Emma Jennie Union Deer Durr at the hoine of the brides mother In by Norman of and Bose of The BTANDAIID extends t Administrators Estate of ABRAM The undersigned having been appointed Ad ministrator of the estate of Abram late of the County of Whltealde and State of hereby gives notice that he will ap pear before the County Court of Whiteslde coun at the County Court Room iu at the October on the Pint Monday n October at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified aud requested to attend or the purpose of having the same ad All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the Dated this 14th day of JONAS 34w3 Council The City Council met in adjourned session on Monday Mayor Law rence presiding and all the present except Brewer and Kimbro presented a petition signed by Brookfleldand asking that the sidewalk on the west side of Locust between 5th and 7th be moved out ten on a line with the walk from 7th It was referred to on Streets and Burkholder presented bill of Keeney screens for City which was referred to on Public Conlon presented of binding for was allowed and warrant order ed to issue on Library Alexander presented the follow ing ordinances for passage An Or dinance for for sidewalk in Wallace Gaits additions in the city of An Ordinance for sidewalks in Wal laces addition in the city of An Ordinance for permanent side walks west of Broadway in the city of An Ordinance for perma nent sidewalks east of Broad in city of An Ordinance for sidewalk on Sixth from Sev enth street to Second iu the city of An Ordinance for side walk on Fourth avenue from Seventh street to right of way of All of these ordinances were passed by a unanimous vote of the aldermen pres Platt read an ordinance entitled Au Ordinance creating the office of of Sewers and duties of said of Also aud regulations governing the building and repairing of private and connecting This aud the will be put upou passage next Monday pending which the City Attorney was directed to nave fifteen copies of eaob for use aud examination by ihe plumbers aud others Couloa called up the ordinance lately submitted bythe Sterling and Electric Light The chairman of the Judiciary Committee reported that his comtnlttaee could uot approve of tbe ordinance as and moved that the City Attorney be instructed to prepare an ordinance covering the Thii mot on alter Get the CONFECTIONERY ALL Always Fresh and Cheapcstiu Biut Third 3d Door from For Terms call at their SOUTHEAST CORNER CALT MELVIN LOHR Successors to Melvln i Bon THE POPULAR WEST CANNED STAPLE FANCY Cheap the Good as the THE WEIGHING MACHINE Which I have placed in front of my place of business is quite a curiosity and a It will giye the correct weight for one if placed in the but it wont weigh anything or anybody without it JB paid for It treats all one price to It is a silent earning money for its employer every day in the in season and day time week days and It asks for no no boardj no and no day It never talks nor gets nor goes on a nor joins This wonderful machine is now in front of Drug GBHBBV fijyuiii it ED P rERRY mm S IMU B I i BRROW And laye security to all you aet XT qp TOT as i TliU 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