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HIE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. SATURDAY. AUGUST 2,
atur.Uy, July e,lHllO.
Lord Salisbury im-mler of England,
"Good Sallsl.ury, rimkI hick bo wit n
thee, for thou art frauu-d of tnt
Arm truth of valour."
((! I ., lv.,
C. .1. Sklnm-r has rctunu'd from
Miss Annie Armour has rt't urn.il
from her visit to St. l'aul.
Sol. Hoct'n is sinking an artesian
well near his lxme in Kast Ottawa.
Um. Sharp & Sharp have removed
to Iowa after a two-months stay In
Mrs. .Tudno Snyder and Mrs. Geo.
McClellan are niM-nilinjr the summer
on Cape Cod. Mass.
IT. W. Johnson is building a new
.. !ent-e on (irafton street in Comhs
, Kast Ottawa.
-J uilan Uros. are building a two
htorv house for Mrs. Lynn on State
ctr-i r, South Ottawa.
!: . W. K. lay and wife leave Mon-
'. r the Kast and will spend a few
wiVk- at Chautauqua.
Mi- Hoyle, sist-rof It. M. I?oyle, of
i r.c- Muith side, is here from l'ennsyl
1 u":i to spend the summer.
r.uiiN W. Hess has sold the west
feet of lot 1. block 54. State's ad
iJ t i-'Vto Willis Kdtfutt for $1,0T0. .
i oafs the matter with calling a
meeting of the county central com
mittee and organizing for the fall
Lawyer Toole, of Amloy, was in
Ottawa yesterday on business relating
to the settlement of the John Horsey
Mrs. Dr. Dyer and Mrs. Lothrop
Terkins will accompany a party of
young ieople on a lake trip. I hey
leave this morning.
An elevator to be run by electricity
i., .f tho ininroveiiii-nts contem-
plated bv J. K. Scott Ac Co. in their
store on La Salle street.
Oaklev Griggs has returned from
Grand Haven, Mich., for a couple of
weeks, leaving his family there, where
he will again join them.
Giles Roberts starts Monday for
l'ennsjlvaniaand will return with his
wife, who has been absent for two
months. She is at present quite sick.
Miss Mae Doran, the young lady
who was injured at the electric light
works the other evening, is recovering
slowly and will soon be able to be
A Mr. Thome, of Sandwich, will
npen a mattress manufactory in the
Hopkins building, on North La Salle
street, in a few days. The shop em
ploys six skilled workmen.
II. K. Haker, a farmer living two
miles north of this city on the plank
road, caught his rkht hand in a har
vester yesterday and besides lacerat
ing that member the arm was badly
fractured. Drs. Dyer and Dutterlield
dressed the wounds.
Miss Kittv Iletherington and Geo.
McGann, both of La Salle, were mar
ried in this city Thursday afternoon
by 'Squire Trenary. The bride, who
is a daughter of Denj. Iletherington,
told Mr. Trenary that it was a run
away match, but McGann denied it.
It is rumored that Capt. Fullerton
has withdrawn from the race for pro
bate judge, and will doubtless be re
appointed master-in-chancery at the
expiration of his term an office he
has rilled to the satisfaction of both
the bench and the bar (luring the past
year or more.
Patrick Coughlin died at his home
on the north side yesterday morning
of consumption, aged (;" years. He
had been ailing nearly three years.
Two daughters and three sons survive
him. The funeral will take plaee
from St. Colu tuba church at 2 o'clock
John C. Kichardson, an old Ottawa
boy, son of Mrs. D. J. Trice, of South
Ottawa, was married to a young lady
of Hosington, Kan., on Thursday last.
John owns a large cattle ranch and is
prospering. His friends wish him a
happy married life.
Sunday, July, 27tli, 1K)0.
French Revolution, 1 830.
"Done like a Frenchman, turn, and
turn again!" J Jlnmj VI., Hi., li.
A new floor was put in the Main
street bridge, over the canal, yester
day. Wn .Tamns and Marv Ann Grimble,
Streator have been given licence to
John Wylie, supervisor from Walt
ham township was in this city yes
terday. Emil Johnson is sinking an artesian
well on his premises, corner Tost and
t "t fr Dongherty have men at
v ng in gas fixtures, etc., in
i iaptist church.
.1. Robert leaves Tuesday for
i.'imi. Ta., and will return
- noili' who has been quite
jera ii ;-e will be opened for
.on. jlonday, Aug., 4th. by
ney, Gordon and Gibney Com
, late A S. Tost carried a $1,000
in the Travelers Life Insur
eon.pany, for which Dr. J. O.
: s & Son has the local agency,
luneral of Tatrick Couglin
: place from St. Columba's church
Jp. m. yesterday and the remains
: intered in the Catholic cemetery.
' irton Reck met with a painful
! lent on Friday afternoon. He
ii . running a self-binder, on Tom
- e:han's farm south of this city, and
u the first two fingers of the left
r.d caught In the machinery and
Tie Schmid d- Sipple wagon shop,
, -n r Main and Clinton streets was
..;..! to John Haeberle, yesterday for
: v,. The lot faces Main street, and
. Vet wide by 150 deep. The ap-
. I valuation was $2,000.
Tneoday, July 9, 1890.
N -.gara bridge completed, 1848.
li s lies the water: good; here
v:,l the man; good:1
Hamkt, v., 1.
M C. Belle Strawn has returned
fr- i visit in the west.
Henry Galloway, of Utlca, entered
the Business University yesterday.
Rev. W. F. Day and wife left yester
day for a month's vacation In the east.
Miss Nellie E. Wheeler, of Sand
wich, Is the guest of Mrs. H. W. John
sou. Thomas Riley has returned from a
visit with relatives at Waukesha,
OW. J. T.ell has Just finished build
ing a pretty little residence on Tost
James Jennings and K. M. Roe, of
Sheridan, were In Ottawa yesterday on
(Jen. Ruford. owned by Seeley & Ca
rew, trots in the '2:l class at Stn-ator
Judge Cyrus H. Leland. of Eldorado.
Kansas, is the guest of his brother,
Jacob Verhaag and Mathilde Wilde,
of Streator, were given a license to
Will Simon, a recent graduate of the
O. R. V. goes to Chicago to-day to take
a position In a railroad office.
Miss Ruth and Rose Wiley of Karl
ville, are the guests of their sister,
Mrs. M. C. At wood, West Ottawa.
C. A. Caton and family and Horace
Hull leave this morning for a two
weeks' sojourn at Diamond Lake, Wis.
Frank Merri field who graduated from
the(). B U. on Saturday leaves for Abi
line, Kansas, to-day, to take a position
In a bank.
Nitre, a two-vear-old colt owned by
Walter hilmer. of Trairie Center,
paced a half mile in 1:2, at the race
Numbers i:t, 4, U fi. ti. 4. 14 and 21,
drew watches in clubs No 14, 1.), Hi, 17,
is, 19, 31 and 21, respectively, at R. H.
Trask's last evening.
DickWeidon. the "con." man, now
occupies a cell in the county jail at
Kankakee. He is under ..ooo bonds
to appear before the grand jury.
Several of the south siderswhoare
living in their new houses are Improv
ing this very dry weather by sinking
wells, going to a depth of 18 to 20 feet,
thus obtaining a well that will proba
bly never "go dry."
The remains of Mr. Ward, an old
resident of Ottawa, whodied in Chica
go Saturday were brought to this city
on the noon passenger on the 'V
road, to-day and interred in the utta
wa Avenue cemetery.
The congregation of the United
Evamrelical church, which numbers
about Hi families, is considering the
advisability of erecting a church as
soon as a suitable site can be procured
the church will be built.
The Driving Tarkassociation let the
privileges for race week on Saturday,
(ieo. Wilde was given the pool privi
lege, McCaffrey A: Dwyerwill run the
bar, and Win. P. Flinn will, of course,
sell the programmes and colored score
l'rank Grayson, the negro alleged to
have struck Andrew Murphy with a
baseball bat, was given a hearingyes
terday by 'Squire Weeks and lined.")
and costs. He was also given 20 days
in the county jail for vagrancy. There
was verj little evidence to convict
Alderman Tom Owens, of Morris,
was in Ottawa last evening. Tom has
been a member of the Morris city
council for sixteen years, and when
41.1 pounds of Owens drops upon an
ordinance the bill never recovers from
Wt-tlneiulay, July 30, 18110,
William Ten died, 1718.
"Sharp as a Term, and a-babbled of
green fields ll'enn sylvania."
-llomj I'., ii., :i.
Miss Mamie barney has gone to
Tontiac, 111., to visit friends.
Miss Letta Armstrong is the guest
of H. R. French and wife at Joliet.
Supervisor John Miller, of Freedom
township, was in Ottawa yesterday.
II. G. Werner returned from a week's
visit with Minneapolis friends yester
day. Charles Sanders, of La Salle, is at
tending the Teachers' institute in this
Misses Mary and Kate MeCann, of
Morris, are the guests of Ottawa
George Yenf,:'r loft yesterday for
Chatsworth to spend a few weeks with
T .1 'ertniv hns ironn to Iowa Citv.
la., to run the wheel privilege at this
James Kilgore, the street car driver,
is the father of a bouncing twelve
pound baby daughter since Monday
No. 4.) drew the suit in "A" class of
the Kusel & Co. suit club on Monday
nitfht and No. 44 in class last
Congressman Hill has appointed a
competitive examination for the West
Point cadetship to be held at Joliet,
Hon. J. C. Murphy, of Aurora.
Cleveland's district attorney for the
district of Dakota, was in the city
Miss Mabel Pooler, of Serena, is the
guest of friends in this city. She con
templates taking a course at the High
school this fall.
State Supt. J. H. Edwards was in
Ottawa for a few hours. yesterday
morning. It is expected that he will
deliver an address to the teachers
before the institute closes.
The remains of John Joseph Haley,
infant son of Ed Haley, were interred
in the Catholic cemetery yesterday
afternoon. The services were held at
St. Columba church at 3 p. m.
Seventeen hundred and thirty-seven
persons are now taking books from the
Ileddick library. Most of the new
books have been catalogued, but there
are more to come and the supple
mental cataloirue cannot le printed
until these are in place.
T. C. Fullerton has given Amelia S.
K. May a niaster'9 deed for land In
Streator and also the southeast
Section 3D, Town 30, Range 7, Living
ston county, in pursuance with an
order of June 14 from the Circuit
Court. Mrs. May was complainant In
a suit against Jacob Jackson et al
and this sale resulted from the suit.
The price paid was 115,705.43.
IX MEMORIUM OF ALBERT S. POST.
Special Services at the Congrega
tional Sunday School.
IIU Character Eulogised by Mr. Warren
F. Hay. F. M, Nap and W L, Hardy
Memorial lleolutloiia Alolel
The Chun-he on SuiuUy.
At the Congregational church the
pastor gave a resume of the seven
year' pastorate which he has .so suc
cessfully conducted In Ottawa. The
value of faithfulness and Its result
was made the foundation of a most
The Sunday school met at noon and
held memorial exerches in remem
brance of the late A. S. Post. The
program was as fol'ows:
Singing by the school.
Select Reading-Miss Alice Ie
Lagneau. Solo Mrs. C. C. Warner.
"Our brother as a Sunday School
Worker" F. M. S,qpv
"His Thought and Labor for Young
People"-W. Z. Hardy.
"As a Christian" Mrs. W. F.Day.
Singing by the school.
Other testimonials were offered by
Rev. Dav, C. b. Chapman, T. K. Mac
Kinlav and H. M. Hamilton.
The memorial adopted by the school
was as follows:
"Our beloved brother and superin
tendent, Albert S. Post, has been
called by our Heavenly Father to the
"And we, officers, teachers and
pupils of the Congregational Sunday
school, mourn his loss and are sad in
the thought that we shall not again
hear his voice in admonition and
"We shall ever remember that our
brother lived very near to the Savior,
whom he so sincerely trusted and
"This lovo and trust were mani
fested in a life of earnest Christian
endeavor, insomuch that it wasalways
known where to find our brother by
considering where a faithful disciple
of the Master should be found. Zeal
ous, earnest in his Christian work, he
was never obstrusi ve or ostentatious.
"He, in truth, 'worshipped the Lord
in the beauty of holiness.'
"The voung people of this school
remember with gratitude how he
ltiiu.riiii tn loail them to the Savior.
and to teach them the blessedness of
the Christian life.
"And now, by his newly made grave,
and as the best and only return for his
love and work for them, they renew
their devotion and their vows to the
dear Lord and Father of us all.
"To the relatives and friends of our
brother in their bereavement, we ex-
tend Christian sympamy, anu com
mend them to 'Him whose favor is
life and whose loving kindness is bet
ter than life.'"
There was an evening communion
service at i p. in., ana at :.io p. in.
the Young People's Society of Christ
ian Endeavor also adopted resolutions
on the death of Mr. Post.
SAYS SHE WASN'T THERE.
Wef iiiK Muinln WlnferliiiB in Court
With the plea entered by Minnie
Winteiiing Monday. Mrs. Kate Ford
is the only remaining defendant iithe
Moore murder case who has not been
allowed to plead to the indictment.
Minnie appeared in court at 1 :30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, accompanied by
her attorney, Jesse Ruger. She wept
bitterly all the while and frequently
gave vent to loud moanings.
The court asked her to plead, guilty
or not guilty. To this she quickly re
plied, "Guilty! Guilty!''
To query as to whether she under
stood what a plea was, she replied by
"1 wasn't near Allen Park on that
night and never learn . d of the murder
until next morning."
Judge Jilanchard then entered a
plea or not guilty.
Mr. Ruger asked that Minnie be put
in a separate cell away from the Ford
woman. At this point the prisoner
again began to weep and exclaimed:
"1 won't stay with Mrs. Ford any
longer; she got me into all this trou
ble." The court said he would l ok into
the matter and after Mr. Moloney had
stated that the case against O'brien
would be tried first, court was then ad
journed until August 11th.
A Faithful (Ittlcer.
City Attorney John F. Madden, by
his persistent and determined endeav
or, has brought about a decided re
form in the conduct of olice court
cases. Durimr his term of office he
has paid strict attention to each and
every police court case as it came be
fore the magistrate, and has, in every
instance, seen that the merits of the
case, were fully and completely de
veloped. No guilty man, whom he
has been called uion to prosecute,
has Iw-en allowed to escape unpunished
if any effort of his was able to cause
Diinishment to le inflicted. His ad
ministration of the office is not only a
credit to himself but also to the city
of Ottawa, and to a high degree has
he merited the confidence and resjiect
of the people.
Ayer's Ague Cure never fails to
neutralize the prisons or malaria,
and eradicate them from the system.
This preparation is purely vegetable,
contains no harmful ingredients, and.
if taken according to directions, is
warranted to cure fever and a:ue.
The Earlville Ijwlf.r, having lost the
job of publishing the supervisor pro
ceedings for nothing and recouping
itseir by getting them up "thirty days
after date" In pamphlet form, growls
because the board, of whom whilom it
fcpoke so gently as the sweet sujkt
visors, but whom U now calls the
"county barons," decided this time to
publish their proceedings in the two
leading county papers to-wlt, the
Fkee Tk.'Dkk and iiWiom and
faults said papers for doing It for so
small a pittance as f2."i each. Well, it
was little enough: yet it was worth
something to le officially rectgnized
and advertized a the "leading papers
in the county." A big puff like that
from the La Salle county legislature Is
not to be sneezed at!
frT HONOR OP MR. STEWARD.
A "loaaaiit Democratic tiatherlng at Julg
Week' Tueitlay Kvenlug.
There was a pleasant gathering last
evening of a dozen or so of Ottawa
Democrats at the home "of Judge V.
b. Weeks, on Norrls street, Invited
there to meet, in a social way, the
Hon. Lew Steward, Democratic can
didate for congress In this district,
who, accompanied by Mrs. Steward,
and his son-in-law, Mr. Hennlng, of
Piano, are on a visit to the Judge. A
very tasteful and sumptuous repast
was spread, to which sat down, Itesldes
the visiting friends named. Col. D.
Hapeman, L.W. brewer. J. R. Shaver,
Mavor Sherwood, Win. Cogswell, John
F. Reed. Win. Osman and Thos. Mc
Kinley. After Justice had beun done to the
literal repast and the cloth removed,
a little pleasant free talk was in
dulged In. The Hon. Lew Steward of
course was the llrst to lie heard. He
expressed the unwillingness with
"-hich he had accepted the nomination
ror congress and entered upon this
campaign, but being in it, he would
see it out and do the bet that lay in
him to win, not that he cared
altotit the honors and emoluments
Involved, for as to them he hail no
hankering, but for the .sake of the
cause. He was not a politician, tint
as to the great issues involved in the
present contest the tariff, the force
bill, currency, the restriction or corpo
rations and monopolies, his heart and
soul were with the Democratic party
and ir elected should try to rellect and
act out their views. Short speeches
were also made by Mayor Sherwood,
Mr. Reed, Mr. Osman, Mr. MacKin
lav, Mr. Shaver and Mr. brewer, all In
the pleasantest strain, often abound
ing in witty sallies, but while covering
a wide range of topics, all agreeing on
the one point, that an earnest, honest,
united effort must be made for the good
cause this fall, and with no less faith
than a profounddeterniination to win.
The party broke up about midnight,
with many grateful expressions to the
kind host and hostess, Judge Weeks
and his lady, for so hearty and sump
tuous an entertainment, but also with
the warmest handshaking to Mr.
Steward, and expressions of renewed
confidence in fitness and ability to
lead the Democracy of this district to
victory this fall and their determina
tion to leave no stone unturii.'d to aid
him in the noble work.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
When Baby was skk, we gaTC her Castorift.
When she was a Child, she cried fcr Castorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla.
As I w ill to engage In Ui',r bunlnt-M, 1 offer my Nor
foruls. Any per.n winding to liny good Stallion
will do well tocinc mid m-k nit" t. oiler. I will gimp
III tti-HtnteiifllllliiilB. anil will it'll I1I111 on tennt to
nit the purclianer. Kor further pHrlleumrt uiirrw
I'mlrle Center. IIU.
For Rent or Sale.
IfiOarrenori'hoIrn fertile farn I11K lunil. ultatiie for
grain, nlork. hay, or Hairy purport, wnliln halt mile
u) It K. utallon, ! Vatom ami l ttllee. will lm let to
rearaiimllile anil ilenlrahle nartiet for a term of live
veara. from March lt. w III iKiaaetKlon from Sept
un irH.iulrufl ti.r k.-Ml tu.r annum.
A beautiful home, line modern ntlrtVnre with fur
nace anil bath, aliumlancof fruit ami grnix." : a well
tocked tluli pont with Ice houiie, never falling living
water In paatiiret.
A graded .JerwT herd. home, iiteimllt. anil limine,
hold kmmI will lie told at public auction aiKint Sept.
lat.orcaiitMj bought ai nrlvateaieprevhnily. Addrem
KO. C. UL'KNTHHlt, (ial'oway. 111.
July ld .lt-eow
north sidit, f l.(KK) each. Enay
Laree Dwelling isswr A
Choice Dwelling V?
Iiery, eaat side, very diwirnble, tl.AKi.
Beautiful Cottage lrrtiS:2$l
side, only t
p n J J) Ctnru dwelling. Iiani. fruit and
UUUU Z'OlUiy Mirubbory, front on Ottawa
Ave., nearatreet car line, tiKi.
2-Story Owelling SiSSJSa
lot illxMit feet. Btreet on three aided, afreet rail
way in front, went aide, only 'i oo.
Thfl PhOOVPr Proi--rty. choice, elegant ami
I IIC UllCCTGI every way deMralile, will le
wild for much lewa than Ita value.
I -Story Cottage zzhAW
dwelling, wett tide, street railway
in front, II.".
with good noil, perfect titles, in good lo
cations, at from i5 to i()t.
rAbovereonly few sample from our bonks,
which are oon for inapwlon to til who desire to boy
property, and who can save money b calling on ua.
rjro MOHTNINO. TOIINADO. I'oliciet
ill 6; written in the very beet com pant in tl.a
country tt current rttet.
TUm II.... I lU of New York lead all
other companies in tint
w other oouatry. Write all ijptlrabie (ajj ol
lea, tnd gtvet pch better molts thaa utVier
TL Trluallarf accident comtny it the
1116 llaiCllBIS largest ami beat accident
company, Wiltet the neat rVlitj known, and pays
It aw promptly.
DR J U. HAKIUS A BOX.
A Farm containing 208 Arres,
knows at the Batten Farm. 4 th towa uf
WaJUtam. Apply f
aovlttf REED HEOS.
Goofl Stallion for Sale
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