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'illr, OTTAWA FREE TRADER. SATURDAY. AUGUST 2, 1890,
TEACHERS GO HOME.
The First West of th Instltut Close's
with Favorable Kcsults.
The first week's session of the Coun
ty Teachers' Institute came to an end
Friday and it is unnecessary to say
that the Institute is a success so far.
The county superintendent expressed
himself as being satisfied with the at
tendance and the work of the teachers
durlnpr the week. Two hundred ana
eisrhty-four names had been registered
at noon Monday, and it is Pal'le
the number will be Increased to J-
In order' to get an idea of the work
that is bel ng done we gi ve the program
as laid out for last Monday:
9 to 0:30 Grammar, Orthography,
10 to 10:50 Orthography, Arithme
tic, Reading, l'hysiology.
11 to 12:00 Arithmetic, Language,
1:30 to 2:20 Universal History, Al
gebra, Natural Philosophy.
2:30 to 3:00 Penmanship, Prepare
The second week's session of the
County Teachers' Institute opened
Monday with a large attendance.
There are 308 names on the register,
but many have not put in an appear
ance as yet for this week's work.
Twenty-five new faces were seen in
the class-rooms yesterday. The studies
are daily becoming more interesting
and the teachers show considerable
more enthusiasm. They seem to have
shaken off a feeling of backwardness
which characterized their work at the
start, and consequently feel more at
home in the class-room. It has been
stated by a gentleman, who Is author
ity in the matter, that the country
school teachers attending this Insti
tute are the most intelligent and en
thusiastic of any class or teacners in
Granted the Allele'' Murd-rer of David
The motion for separate trials in the
case of the Moore murderers was
granted by Judge Blanchard Satur
day, and 2 r. m., August 18th. was
fixed as the hour for commencing the
first trial. The two men will prona
bly be arraigned first, but it is possible
the case against the Ford woman will
be clven the preference.
The court room was again crowded
with men and boys when the prison
ers were brought in, at 9 a. m. M. T
Moloney, who has been appointed to
assist state s Attorney UlaKe.was pres
ent. Counsel for defendants were also
on hand and offered affidavits for sep
i arate trials signed by Ford and O'Brien
- which were read in open court. O'Bri
en, acting on the advice of counsel,
thought he could not safely proceed
to trial jointly with Charles Ford, his
co-defendant, without prejudicing his
own defense. Ihe affidavit signed by
Ford was similar In many respects.
lie denies his guilt and says the test!
monv offered the grand jury by Catha
rine Ford is false and further alleges
she testified on condition the state's
attorney would not prosecute the in
dictment against her. The affidavit
also sets forth the fact that Catharine
Ford's testimony is admissible against
O'Brien and Ford's defense would be
prejudiced if he was tried jointly with
Jesse Kuger asked the court to allow
Minnie interline to come in and
plead. He was willing to wait for the
plea for one week on condition Minnie
is put in separate ceil rrom Mrs. rora.
The matter will be decided Monday.
Hound for Niagara.
Among the many citizens of La
Salle county who leave Streator to
day via the Three-1 route for Magara
Falls on the excursion train are the
following Ottawa people who will all
leave together in a sleeper specially
chartered by them: Judge and Mrs
Chas. Blanchard, Rev. Dr. Frederick
and wife, S. S. Willis and wife, Miss
Addie S. Jones, Miss Douglass, Miss
Shaver, the Misses King (three), S. O.
(iay and wife, Mrs. Kentz and daugh
ter and friend from Henry, H. L.
Hossackand family.Miss Katie Shuler,
I.Geo. Bommer and wife, Wm. Fellows,
Giles II. Roberts, Mr. L. Goodwin and
wife. They will go to Streator on the
noon train, leaving that city at one
o clock n. m., arriving at the Falls at 1
p. m. Wednesday.
KOK DIAMOND I.AKK.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hull. Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Caton and Horace Hull, of
this city, and Mr. Robert Caton and
family, of Joliet, leave to-day for Dia
mond Lake, Mich., where they will
take their summer outing.
TWO NEW BOARDERS.
The Latent Arrival at the County Jal
City Marshal Mc In tyre, of Mendota,
brought two prisoners to Ottawa Fri
day and placed them in charge of
Sheriff Mornssey at the county jail.
They are Kate Lily and John Engle
skirschen. The former is a nymph du
pare and is under $1,000 bonds to ap
pear before the grand jury to answer
a charge of assault with intent to kill.
On Wednesday evening Chester Smith,
a young man residing in Amltoy, ap
plied for admission to the Lily house,
lie was refused, but stated he intended
to enter anyway. The woman, it is
alleged, shot at him through a win
dow. The bullet entered his mouth,
knocking out several teeth and frac
turing the jaw.
John Englesklrschen, who is a fre
quent visitor at the Hotel Morrissey,
'a ii r thic tiniK fin .1 sfv-ninntrw' urn.
' ..we for disorderly conduct.
Glass House Repairs.
A new roof has been put on the east
house of the Window Glass plant.
Repairs are in prioress at the Flint
Glassworks preparatory to resuming
operations September 1st. The facto
ry was given a thorough overhauling
last year and consequently very little
repairing is needed at present.
The frame for the pot factory Is in
place. A large gang of carpenter arc
at work and the structure will be com
pleted as soon as possible.
A side track now leads from the
Rock Island road to the shipping room
of the west Window Glass factory.
This makes It more convenient to load
cars for shipment and saves the labor
of a team carting the glass back and
FIRS1 MOVE OF THE BIG COMBINE.
The Eight Had Everything Their
Own Way Tuesday Night.
The Mayor Wa AhaeM-lli Meaaajs I t
terljr Dlarra;arild atid a St-hom of Mr.
IlalKht'k Pushed Through-Sidewalk
to he Tlaced at Washington 1'arlt.
Mayor Sherwood was absent from the
council Tuesday evening, ard the
"combine"' knocked out a lot of north
side crossings, disregarding the may
or's recommendations and suiting Its
own sweet will.
As Mayor Sherwood was absent, Mr.
A message from the mayor recom
mended the construction of crossings
in the several wards, in accordance
with the findings of the street super
intendent. The street superintendent
found necessary, 7 paved and 7 plank
crossings In the first, Irt paved and 3
plank in the second, 12 paved and 3
plank in the third, 11 paved and 22
plank in the fourth, 3 paved and 21
plank in the fifth, 5 paved and 1 plank
in the sixth, and 5 paved and 16 plank
In the seventh. The total costof
these crossings would be $2,870, 11.770
of which would be for paved and $1,100
for plank. The message and report
were received and placed on file.
Residents of Illinois avenue peti
tioned that the city place a wing wall
at the north sideof the ravine on that
street, in order to make room for a
Dwyre & McCaffrey were licensed to
sell liquor at. the race track, during
the races, for a consideration of $41.
76. A discussion arose among the Eight
npon the point or allowing, byordi
uance. the owners of artesian wells to
sell water to any one.
Mr. Corcoran thought that this pro
vision would result in harm to the city
when the city might build water
Messrs. Fuchs, Armstrong and
Haight thought that no owner of an
artesian well should have his rights
abridged, and the kick was then drop
ped. Permission was then granted to
Messrs. Perkins and Degen, of the east
side, Messrs. Irion and Merritteld. in
Ottawa Center, and S. G. Gay, or the
west side to sink wells, r.ve in all.
On occount of the similarity of
the name Seminary and the word ceni
etery, resulting in much confusion
upon the street car line, the name of
Seminary street was, on motion of Mr.
Armstrong, changed to Leland street,
of which it is a continuation.
The combine now showed its hand
In a resolution of Mr. Haight's. The
resolution provided for the construc
tion of 74 crossings, 30 paved and 44
planked. It was passed, and gives
paved and 4 planked o the first, 4
paved and 0 planked to the second, 5
paved and (5 planked to the third, 3
paved and 2 pianked to the fourth, 1
paved and 10 planked to th3 fifth, 2
paved and (i planked to the sixth, and
ti paved and 10 planked to the seventh.
All this, of course, was a black eye to
the message of the mayor and thecom
Mr. Armstrong presented a resolu
tion providing that the clerk adver
tise for bids for graveling by the cubic
yard, each ward to be bid upon separ
ately. Mo gravel stones may be larger
than four ounces. It was thoughtthat
this method of contracting would be
preferable to letting an entire street,
as the city would be certain of receiv
ing the full amount of gravel which it
would pay for.
It was oidered that the boulders on
West Madison, Glover, Adams and
Third streets be removed.
A report was demanded from the
street and alley committee upon the
west side ravine.
The complaint that Joseph lbrecht
is obstructing alleys in blocks 90 and
98, State's addition, was referred.
The health department was voted
$100 for the cleaning or alleys. The
scavenger matter was talked over.
The complaint concerning stagnant
water in the gutters about the
"square" was referred.
Several of the aldermen manifested
uneasiness and envy because they had
no badges while others wore the
articles. Badges were ordered and
Residents living on thi north side
of Madison street, below Albrecht's,
were ordered to build walks.
The clerk was Instructed to adver
tise for bids for a six-foot tile walk on
the south side of Washington park.
The committee to present the en
grossed resolutions upon the death of
ex-Mayor K. C. Allen to the family of
the deceased reported that the reso
lutions had been presented, and the
. UNDER $500 BONDS.
Fldley Fallon to Appear Hefore the Urand
Jury tn September.
That well-known character, Mr.
Fidley Fallon, was brodght before
'Squire Weeks Monday to answer for
assaulting James Armstrong. He
waived examination and was placed
under bonds of $T00 to appear before
the grand jury. He was taken back
to jail to serve the remainder of a six
months' sentence for vagrancy.
Charlie Clayton, the youth who stole
a horse from Edward O'Connor,
waived examination before Police
Magistrate Weeks Monday and was
placed under $200 bonds to await the
action of the grand jury. James A.
Tow nsend is surety on the lond.
A burly negro named Frank Grayson
gave Officer Daly a hot chase Tues
day afternoon. Grayson is a stranger
in Ottawa, having come here Friday
or Thursday night. He got into a
quarrel with Andy Murphy, of North
Ottawa, and, it is alleged, struck
Andy over the head with a base ball
bat, inflicting an ugly wound. Officer
Daly had to wade into the river near
Howland's premises, one mile north of
this city, before he could capture his
man. The hearing was continued
until Monday at 2 p. m.
Cxtra Fine Flaying Card.
Send ten (lOi rep. Is in st.imns nr
coin to John Sebastian. Gen'lTk't and
Pass. Agt., Chicago, Rook Island &
Pmirlr lfv.. ('Mcnan. 111., for n tafl.-
of the latest, smoothest, slickest play
ing cards that ever gladdened the
pvms or rinnled alon? the flni?t-r nf th
devotee to Seven-Up, Chaino. Dutch,
Euchre, Whist, or any other ancient
or modern game and get your money's
worm several umes over.
Three rei-lal Venire Issued for Ihe Trial
of the Moore Murderer.
The work of calling a Jury to try the
Moore murderers has Just begun.
Three sp cial venires have been order
ed for ninety-nine talismen. The
first case will be called August 18th.
The Jurors by venires are as follows:
Geo. Hanson, Adams; Frank Rich
ards, Frank Richards. Allen: C. J. Fal
lon, Robt. Hodgon. II. F. Howland,
John McAllister. Fred Le Roy, T. L.
Osiiian, Geo. W. Rich, John Hiller,
Thos. M twbray, Luther Warren. John
Snoop, Chas. Connor, W. B. Williams,
Dennis Fielding, Bruce; Frederick C.
Good bred, James Glhlln, Edward O'
Connor, Deer Park; John Brush, Dim
mlck; Wm. Roach, Dayton; Peter Os
man, Wm. Simklns, Charles W. Al
lurt, Wm. Hoarty, Sam Brlerly, Thos.
It. Johnson. Eagle: Burton W. Bag
ley, John Brown, Wesley Benson, Q.
Heed Avery, Wm. R. Alexander, Earl:
Frank S. Ford, Plummer Ong, Eden;
Henty Scherer, Grand Rapids: Eugene
Gradv, Fred Rimmele. W. W. Newton,
Joseph Rowley, Michael Coughlin, La
R. C. Jordan, W. J. Griffith, Otta
wa; John T. Mason, Otter Creek: F. J.
Lair, Thos. F. Noon, Henry Phillips,
W. H. Hunt, John Schaulin, Peru; A.
A. Tice, Rutland: 'Bert Hagen, James
Sessier, K. H. Hollls, Thos. Singer,
South Ottawa; James Coleman. Troy
Grove; Caskin Cullins, T. E. Wheeler,
Utica: Collins Knapp, Vermillion;
BenoitChalus, Thos. Conaty, Walth
am: Pat Silngsby, Wallace.
John Gibson, Fred Garfield, Alex.
Sickenger, John Farrell, John Salt, E.
I. Eddy, James Johnson, Wm. Reeves,
La Salle: E. Kries, Samuel Fernberg,
Jacob Weygant. John Lauterbach,
George Firtz, John L. Hess, L. O.
Bennett, Adam Kylela, John W. New
port, Dana Miller, Henry Corkins
Mendota: John Vaughey. F. F. Fra
zee, Eugene Couch. Thos. Craves,
Manlius: Steve Holsey, Lee White,
Mission: Cornelius Anderson, Miller;
Walter Schreiner, Northville: Fred A.
Mattocks. James P. Burke. James E.
Cook, O. W. Bollmeyer, Andrew
Lynch, Wm. Morgan, Jay Blodgett.
Jacob Baisch, Chas. Patchen. R. H.
Trask, Patrick Nangle, M. B. Mitchell,
RERTJIESCAT IN PACE.
Resolutions of Respect to the Meuioiy of
the Late Mr. Font.
Minerva's. Owls have adopted the
following resolutions on the death of
Mr. A. S. Post:
Whkkkas, It has pleased God to
take to himself suddenly and in an un
expected hour a valued member of the
Chautauqua Literary and Scientific
Circle. No. 1, Mr. Alberts. Post, and
Wiikkeas, The members of this Cir
cle feel that in Mr. Post they have lost
"a brother beloved, a counsellor tried
and trusted in their educational and
literary works, and an efficient helper
In ail their plans for greater growth
spiritually and mentally."
liesolred, That we extend our deep
est sympathy to his relatives and
friends and trust that they may look
upward and beyond the vale to the im
mortal life to which he has entered.
May the elder brother comfort him as
Hesotred, That we will keep his mem
ory green, and cherish the recollection
of his noble and manly qualities of
head and heart, of iiis untiring efforts
to keep up the enthusiasm and the
standard of our Circle, his modest but
bright way of imparting the knowl
edge with which he was so richly dow
ered, his genial and sympathetic co
operation in all our hopes, and plans,
and la Dors.
Itmolved, That these resolutions be
kept among the records of the Chau
tauqua Literary and Scientific Circle;
be published in the city papers and
sent to his relatives.
litwtlml, That God asks us to take
up the mantle of our promoted friend
and that we will try to follow In his
In behalf of society.
Lydia Stuawn, Sec'y,
Home Seekeis' Guide.
Take advantage of the cheap excur
sions offered by t'w Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific Railway, to points in
Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Arkan
sas, Indian Territory, Texas, New
Mexico, Wyoming. Utah, Idaho, Min
nesota, Northwestern Iowa. South
and North Dakota, Montana and Col
orado, at the low rate of one fore for the
round trip. Tickets for these excur
sions will be sold on Tuesdays, Sept. 9
and tX and Oct. 14. 1890. They are
first-class and good 30 days for return
If you want to see the country, or
secure a home in the Great West,
don't neglect this opportunity. Be
sure that your tickets read via the C,
R, I. & P. Ry., which has its own lines
to principal points in many of the
For rates and full particulars ad
dress J no. Skuastian, G. T. & P. A.,
Not a Shelter?
It is just as well that Hose put a
sign on the contraption which has
been standing in front of his shop, to
let the pu .lie know it is a sewing
machine and not a threshing machine.
Judging from the cast iron make-up
and the price, the general public was
very apt to mistake it ror a corn sneii
er or a thresher. The Fkek Tkadki:
sewing machine, handled by F. D.
Sweetzer, does not have to h i ve printed
directions to enable the public to dis
tinguish it from a steam engine or a
revolving disc harrow!
There is a well founded rumor that
in a week or ten days the Ji'jinblic'in
and Times will be consolidated with
the hyphenated title of the .' publican
Tones to lx; Issued daily and weekly by
Messrs. Sapp and Nattinger. It wMl
lie a solid Republican paper, of course,
and with Eddie as city editor, with
his prestige of having originated a
liliel suit, even before the consolida
tion, the paper ought to be a "great
go." We tender our congratulations
to the gentlemen whohavethussolved,
apparently, the problem ot how to
give both papers new life and vigor.
At Princeton, on Monday, the body
of Mrs. John Douglass, late Mrs. Mor-
f an North, was found in her cistern
n twelve inches of water. The sup
position is that she committed suicide,
as it is known she was much disturbed
in mind about some litigation.
Below we give the batting and field
ing averages of the League players for
May and June are compiled by Secre
tary Morgan, and published In the
Monmouth Hvcicw. It is not very re
liable owing to the fact that some of
the scorers do not know how to score.
The fielding average of those who have
pitched is quite unreliable. By the
adopted rules for scoring the pitcher
should not be given credit for an assist
for each man struck out by him. By
not observing this rule some of the
scorers have spoiled all the records In
this respect. The Ottumwa scorer we
happen to know Is one of these. The
sacrifice hits also have not been kept
by all and this column Is wanting.
With these and other exceptions the
tables are falrenough; and we disclaim
any responsibility for any errors that
may appear, the tables being a copy of
the original In the Hcrmc.
The average are m follow s
Q'm' R Bat. F'ld
Miller, If 17 14 171
Mucker, if S4 10 2i4 ,7'fJ
Lynch, ss mid rf 41 HO .'."ti .hi
Valleley. ss nd So !K 20 :i l .7.V
Bailey, 3b add rf 40 80 .KYI
Ilogrlever, if and if 4J :s .'.iT? IM
Jounes, lt .". iS .24.1
Sharp, 21) 40 3 .iM .SKi
Orlup, pandcf S3 20 .'"lis .9V.
CUrk.c 41 40 .314 .D.V
Ink, p and rf 2 .21(1
LewU.ff and p 14 11 .22S .!
Clausen, p and rf 21 11 .177 .S7i.
Creohy. and 8b 22 21 m
SUifirs. U 20 13 .2M ,9-A
Collins, p aud rf 32 20 .2W .9i
Carey, 2b 45 33 .210 .!;
Sanford, Sb and cf 4.1 45 3"ft .7tKi
Boland.o and lb 40 21 .313 .012
Halpiu. lb 29 IS .2tl5 .t.V.
Moriaritv, If and rf ....45 f8 X) .S24
Murphy, 84 and 3d 4t 30 .l'.U .sol
Zeii.C 20 10 .202 AM 1
Illllerjr, lb 20 11 .2:i3 .954
Conley, If 19 15 .ls .T4
O'Brien, rf aud lb 35 24 .223 .1X11
Brlirir, V 1 8
Smith, p 31 21 .25! .(.:'
Burquln, us 45 34 .270 .s:H
Spore. 3b 45 43 .257 .SCi
Collier, c and lb 33 17 .243 .94i
(rela.2b 45 44 .273
Writfht. if 45 40 .279 .HOC
Nicholson, If 45 45 .240 .Ni2
.Tones, p and cf 15 tl .133 .91N
Millard, 21 15 11 .149 ,M0
Golden, 1 23 20 .330 .9.7
Bristow,2ljand c 37 25 .173 .91.
Inirllo, c and rf 43 30 .309 .95V;
Mannlne, 2b and 3b 43 30 .245 .9tK!
Ford If 34 29 .20 .M
Pedroe. p and cf 43 31 .244 .92!'
Wilson, p and if 27 It .193 ,93S
Frleud, p aud cf 25 13 .233 .It
Green, ss 33 31 .300 .831'
McVlcker, p and cf SS 34 .304 .940
Carlin.Sb 3S 33 .205 .787
Carroll, 2b 30 39 .273 .81?
,).cker,lt 43 35 .314 .972
Bun-ell, p and sa .21 11 .2f .95
Keas.pind rf 32 37 .272 .931
Jones, c and If SI 20 .313 .943
Richardson, ss 84 21 .147 AM-
Suhr.c and if 32 21 .338 .03
llnpp, If 41 2S .24 .900
Diishlell.cfftlidc 41 30 .308 .033
F.dlnger. p and lb IS 10 .287 .924
Ford, If 19 20 .302 .571
Smith, lb 25 22 .219 .935
Wood, ss and If 41 38 .208 .K(4
Pond, 2I mid 3b 44 39 .20 .8'it
Heller, 81).... 35 27 .2-M .853
McGiuley, p and rf 10 4 .230
A lison, i. and c 24 20 ..9 .91
MaiV,3buiid lb 38 20 .248 .914
Lvnoh. e and If 18 2 .103 .932
Buckley, lb and 2b 19 1 0 .270 so
Dillon, 3b 44 43 .270 .775
Cahill.ssand 2b 18 9 .171 .sic
Riley, c and If : 21 10 .821 8S3
Letcher, lb and rf 44 2v' .270 .93
Welsh, p and If 31 14 .113 .WMl
Beymer, p and If 15 0 .234 .son
Barnes, cf 25 ti .79 .935
Tantllnirer, lb 2-3 II .17s .l7ti
Porter, ss 25 15 .3o0 ,M4
McCann.bandcf 21 12 .240 .790
Hoyt, lfandcf SI 19 .251 .hss
Shannon, p and If 19 7 .Ss7 .soS
Browner.i 18 4 .171 .911
Ratferty. ss 19 s .157 .six
Beck with, 8b 27 II .19S .S9
Tanner, lb 35 25 .250 .917
Wirsche, c aud 2b 29 25 .239 .912
Mac-key, 21) "0 VM -S .ku
White, c aud rf 17 5 .250 .900
A County MorgHe.
The specifications for the painting
of the exterior of the county asylum
and building of a morgue at that in
stitutlon are now in the hands of
Supervisor Burkhart, chairman of the
public building committee, ana win
be sent out at once. Ihds tor ootn
will be received at the county clerk's
office, not later than I n". m., August 4
A bond of $200 must come with each
bid on the painting contract. The
morgue will be a brick structure,
12x14 feet and 12 feet high. The walls
will be eight inches thick. Ihe com
m it tee reserve the right to reject any
or all bids.
West Held l nur Itonil
The preliminary examination of
(eorge West, charged with shooting
Benjamin b Shotwell, on July 4th
last, took place before 'Squire liarie
Saturday. Mr. Shotwell, Marshal
Brennan and Chief of Police Sinon
testified in behalf of the prosecution.
The former swore that West did the
shooting. No testimony was otlered
by the defense. State's Attorney
Blake is prosecuting and M. T. Mo
loney is defending. West was placed
under $.100 lionds to await the action
of the grand jury. He furnished
bondsmen and was released.
Last Saturday afternoon. Win. Ib-r-
schenbach, employed on the farm of
N. J. Abrams, near Peru, met with a
shocking accident. lie had been mow
ing away hay in the barn and when
the load was finished started to come
down. He threw the fork he had been
working with down first, and then,
supposing the fork was out of the way,
jumped down. But, unfortunately,
the fork was standing upright, and he
came down with terrible force on the
fork handle, mutilating him in a hor
rible manner. UN recovery from the
Injury is regarded as veiy uncertain.
A couple of sport and their backer,
hailing from Marseilles and Morris,
arrived at Seneca on Tueday, the
Hirord relates, with a couple or sprint
ers to have a foot race. The ground
was selected and the mohey put up,
but when the running came oiT the
Marseilles feliows were astounded at
the game effoit made by their cham
pion to win the race, but it did not
dawn upon them tint these two snorts
were boon companions, travelling
atiout the country for the express pur
pose of catching suckers. It is c.id
the Marseilles boys were fleeced to the
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ON MAIN NTKKKT,
Soar tlie Fox Hiver Hridire,
MunufitrmrH all KltW of Carnaicr. Ion and Opei
luKKixa, various afylva of Due- Slid Two-Snateil I'ha
oik. Itamocrst anil Spring WitK"im, Alto haves larg
Mortmitut alwaya on haiitl r'lral tana PAHM&h?
WAOHXH aiwaya on Imml.
All our work (a wnmtnttMl, and made of (he rmat m
verlal. ami will he aoiil aa low iu good and rltal)le wort
an be aolil at.
We employ a flrat clam Trimmer and are prepared fo
til klmla of to( work aud rrmirli.i ai ahort notice.
Call and am our stock of Carrlauea, HiiKiriea and was
na hefore huvlnv. Ml IX 4 r'nltMIIALS
H. W. JONES,
IHOBM Itt WANT OF
too' CarMat,a, Top and Opn Bia"a, Slid 8'
BuKa-tee. Two-aeat open fluna. Light Wagon.
Sulklea, Ac., ran find litem at this fao-
'nrj, all of hla own maks, of rhe
Beat Material and In the Moat Approved
Style and rinlah.all Warranted and lor aalsst
xjwP-'cea. Also mak5 to order each aa are want
KupairlneHona promptly: palntlnc. trimming woo
nd iron work'
Farm Fo? Sale.
Two Imndre l and elirh'y arrra prairie land under hlati
t a of cultivation, an I aoine acrea of gnod tlmi. r, Tl
ated in ft tnwii of freedom, lie mile from the ll
Ne of Harding, wed lona'!n. convenient tn achoo'a.
p.Mtofflc-. s'ore. hi ickamtth all p and cliurchra Will
.-ll pirt or -he whole. Trma env.
Ottawa. fv Salle county. Ill , Mv IS. P"xl
niav Wtf C. A. r r.lllil'HON
AUIOM KOIMAl KNfjOl AND BUSINESS C0U10L
Prepares for CSIUGC. f"rTIACMI10. f"T IUSIMSS.
and offera ricellen! i....irtuiniira l..r the iuo, of
luie Art, ahort ll ui'l and Trpewriting and K'o
rution Hull. una beni-1 bvateani. Vr ratal-ad-dreas,
Hev.C-C. Iii I JV. A. M.. Aurora. HI.
Ntw or Second-Han.
rie hn.igVHi intbMftMintrT
,.ti4 ...MiALiitlr cafTVWlo Mlwhrfb. tfl -l-
tarn mtvrhln. fnrlard nket new wlwrl butrht
lnJ.hlof tW mar. b.hlf hp. A-t Jit'-t
tAdl rATMtrl I 5tfMrmnlw.i UIQf tT ITICl IN TMt
SS. Hkuari-r lr mlk nn tmr'iftr -
)rmtm bri tr uolwr ffm TarTatit ntxl f-trT
Cuk fn ROUSE, MAZAI9 4 CI. PICHA.HL
hi ii 1 1 a in.)
Wagons, Buggies. Carriages.
Road Carts, Doo sleds and Cni'ers, Bhot Qooa,
BEL ING, PACKING
C, AC, Ac.
Sewing Machines and
REPAIKIMO A 8PECIALTT.
CeuEsli or oil. Time.
fjsckels. Mowing Knlve. Sections and Bltets of all
kloda fur all mat hlnea.
816 and 818 La Salle Street,
OTTAWA. - . . ILLINOIS.
HLIJ.DEKS & C0NRTACT0RS
Sasli, Doors, Ullnds, Mouldings,
Estimates made and Contracts taken In
this and adjoining States.
We carry a Large Stock of
Lumber. Lath. Shingles. Posts
and Building Hardware
Factory and rianlnft Mill, La Salle and
Jackson Stt; Lumber Yard, North of th
M atn Canal.
Thos. & Hugh Colnoll,
The Great Excursion Route
Chicago, Alton 81 Louis Railroad
JoM Time Card.
No. S Mkhtnlng Kxprea 3: a fe :IS a a
" ? Chicago Kipn'a a a g IS) A aj
" 91 t'lilcego Veatlliule Ullllted 7:15 A M S:M A
" riilrago Fast Aecm S:IS a M t:4l a It
-J Atlantic Kxpieaa II :M t l:rg
'1 tlut-ago Kaal Mall S:A) r u T.0U P
10 S5 A M
i-to r m
I1M A M
So 2 8t. I.oiila Day KxprrM.... 00 a a
Parinc r.xprea 12:00 a
" 10 Sireator Aonn tin r u
" U K. f. A Denver Um S:0C P M
" 4 HI. I-utila Llslitnlng Exp. .. t:0 p a
"S St. L. A K. C. txpieaa 11 :iO f
Tralna No. I I. and lodo tot run Pundaya.
The Huli.l Ve.llhu'ed I leaver Limited Train runs
tlimtiifh via Kan- Ity wtDiDUt change; ni.ikea faatr
time han any other line and la unenu led lor elegant
aervlre Through tourlet rara to Pacitte cimat every
TliurwUy. Tlckela sold lo all poluia. Call on or writ
J.i II a .ton, .1. iCBlit-H,
(IT. P. A.. CMrago. l'aaa. and Ticket A gt , Jollet
V'OK flKNT Fnrniahed or nnfurnlahed rooms. In
quire at 10 Kaat Marquette street tf
Ottawa MarlilB Dorics
rsrd on Clinton Street, opposite Jones's Ca. rises Bb09
Fm River Hotel !
Special Accommodations f"r Jurora. Witneaaei and
atlendanli uon the Court.
AT 75c. PER DAY.
Good Rtoim for the Traveling Puhllc.
AT $1 PER DAY!
And Boarder, hy te day nr week. A xi Keed Yard
In connection with ihe Motel. Oixd a. eoin ino
da lona at Iti'iaonable I'nrea.
The Bali on will be auppiled with choics Beer, Wtnea,
Uquora and Cigar.
Onehl.H'k Eaat of Court House. 1 and IS Main St..
Ottawa. 111. Apt. U-ly.
The undemigned. having purchased the property
known aa the Moielv r"eed Vard. ara prepared at ail
tloiea lo boy anl aell gool market Hums
Wealao have at all lime the trotting atalllon HI PON
Patrona of the yard will rtcelve the aame r"rnpt at
tentlon aa hrrelofur. EEUCV A CAKKw.
j;. B e keep for aals Bumpkrrt't r )'w Htm
t.lut for nil dtiw which horao art) subject to. They
ar thecheaneat and beat In oaa
rsorsisma or tui
301 Mala St.. OTTAWA. ILL.
One hl'k weat of the Court Houe. Flrat C!a Ac-
ciinimola -lona T-r the traveling public and pem.anest
h.r.r. Kfellent nieala. neao room, e.egantly
furnlahed. Uar tucked with choicest Liuuora. It
Money to Loan.
On Real rotate aei urtty tn sums of
$1,000 to $25,000.
I alto havs the agency for several
1st Class Insurance Companies
Am l agnt for xm very deatrable elty property
tnpnived and anlm proved.
ill maae It to your lawrast to see bps.
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