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UITAWA JKJE lilAUKK; SAl UKDA Y, MAI 13, 1882.
Our Neiekbers. m.fl streator hleh cloplcDiceit week Tlie Tonlca red ribbon club ht nearly 800 members. Streator locks up book peddkru idling without licenses. Tbe Tillage board of Streator km fixed the license tee at $300. Th nw Streator Natioaal JSaofc began business on Monday. A cow oa the Coal Bun switch, Streator, ditched a train of flat ears on Wedaeaday last On Saturday night the Peru crty council rare S300 in aid of tke Hennepia canal scheme. The Kay Bros, hare bectin making butter at their new creamery at Tonka. They liaTe a farm in connection with the creamery and milk a larire number of cows ef their own. The 14-year-old son of Pete Ilopple,ofOt ter Creek, was severely kicked by a Horse flion dav evening over the left hip producing great pain in the kidneys and left side, leading the lad in a very critical condition. The city council ot Mendota decided on Tuesday evening last to leave the water ques tion to the people. A special election will he held iq about ten days to see whether Uto peo ple winh to tax themselves $13,000 worth tor water works. A couple of unregoneraUs glass blowers had a cutting scrape in La Salle Sunday night One was stabbed in the cheek and throat and the gentleman who was so liberal and handy with his cutlery "blowed in" $50 to the pub- lie luuds next day. T.s Salle Pre: "The arch in the bottle furnace at the Do Stcigcr g!as works fell in on Saturday and wrecked ten pots full of glass just ready for blowing. In consequence of this the blowing ot fruit Jars has been bus pended during the week. The work of re building is about completed and operations will be resumed in a few days." In April, owing to the dullness ot trade, No. 1 shaft, Streator, only worked ten and thrciMiuarters davs. end durinir that time hoisted 13,154 tons ot coal, an average, as seen, of 1,223 tons per day. From 300 to 325 men were employed in mining this coal, which at 80 cents per ton will yield them an average pay ol thirty to thirty-five dollars, exclusive ot yards and extras. One nliflit last year Rev. J. U. Hoist's front yard, at Streator, sank into No. 1 mine. In the morning when he woke and gazed where there ought to havo been a bank of flowers yielding sweet perfume, there was nothing but a black, yawning chasm. Over 300 loads of dirt have been put into the cave and now Mr. Ilolst is satisfied that he is ouce more on terra firm a. John Purcell, 0 years old, unknown to anyone went to the pest-house two weeks ago, where a patient was confined with the smallpox, and stealthily crept up and peeked in at the win dow, lie was taken sick on Thursday with smallpox in a light form, having been recent ly vaccinated. As the family liva in the outer part ot town, he will be kept at home and the house and family quarantined. Wenona Index: "Barker & Ralston have about closed up their basking business. The iviuivi iu-'vvv w mvuuvta tuts nvun, anu vno latter will probably continue to reside in We nona, although he has a longing tor Iowa. Money has bocoino so cheap and times so good in Wenona that about everybody is prepared to loan money. The borrowers have all gone west, and banking does not pay so well as it did." Two hordes were stolen from a farmer at Kankakee and the members of the state de tective association at tho place telegraphed to Streator immediately, giving a description of tho horses and ot the suspected party. Tho Streator agent got on the track of the horsiv thief ami on Wednesday he captured him as he was trying to sell the horses. The prisoner gave his name as Courtnay and said that he had been caught stealing horses once before. An ollicer Irom Kankakee was telegraphed for and the thief was turned over to him. Daiwcriit, La Salle: "On last Monday James Strawn, a stranger, attempted to cross the bottom road in his buggy. The current was swift and the horse, buggy and man were carried from the road. Fortunately the horse broko loose from the buggy, and the drown ing twin holding fast to the lines was brought sate to shore by his faithful animal. Mr. S'rawn says he will bring suit against the town for damages." The estimated cost (just mailo) for improving this road, warranted to withstand any flood Is $12,000. A special town meeting will soon be held to talk the matter over. Willie Evans, Herman Gross tick, jr., and Hun Hughes, the oldest not yet 14, were ar rested Thursday uight at Mendota while breaking into a freight car. They were brought up tor trial on Friday and held In $50 bonds each to await the action of the grand jury. Several cars have been broken into of late, and binall lots of butter, eggs, eta., abstracted, on account of which the C, B. & (J. railroad company appointed a special night watch there, with the above result. It is understood that several other adventurous small boys have been engaged in the same enterprising lino, but uo arrests have yet been made. Streator Free Pru: "The iron men got to work at No. 2 again on Friday, the fire having go far subsided as to permit of their working. The workmen engaged iu shoveling out the slack from the burning room have made their way about forty yards and they probably have as much further still to go. The heat and dust have been terribly trying on the men and yesterday they inaugurated a scheme which will do much toward alleviating their pain ' and inconvenience. They laid a ptpo Into the room charged with compressed air which will play around the shovellers while at their em ployment. The heat will still be distressing, but it will be greatly modified. On last Saturday night the pottery of Grif fin &. Reynolds, just nooth of the canal, at Utica, was burned to the ground, between 11 and 12 o'clock. It made a great blaze and the flames were readily seen from Ottawa. It took fire from the office stove and burned very rapidly. The owners had made provision for arming a bucket brigade in case of fire, but, as it happened, had too securely protected the vails, which were stored in a room built for tbe purpose, but whose doors were so strongly made and so securely locked that the brigade could not get at them until too late. The Joss is iu tho neighborhood ot 10,000, with insu rance of $3,500. About 20 men are thrown out of employment. The works will proba bly not be rebuilt. From Seneca. last Monday morning an accident occurrod on the K. fc 8. road which fortunately, with the exception of a few broken freight cars and some damaged goods, was not of a serious aa tut. Tho train due at 11:30 A. u. did not arrive here until 6 v. u., owing to the train helnir "ditched." caused by a broken wheel. Everything was speedily repaired, however, and all trains are now running as per schedule. On Tuesday night the olllce of the Rock Island road was burglarized during the tem porary absence of the freight operator. Tbe culprit, who was almost caught flagrante de tictu, named Charles McLaren, had a hearing before sq. liurwell Wednesday, and in de fault of ball was committed to await the ac tion ot the grand jury. The amount abstract ed from the money drawer of the company between twelve and thirteen dollass was tound in McLaren's possession, and a portion of it identified by Mr. O. W. Marton, tho agent. One of the most Dlcaaine social events of the season was the quiet wedding of Mr. Eri Watson, of llrooklleld and Miss Fannie Grimes, of Seneca, last evening. Rev. R. U. Seamau united the happy couple. Mr. Her man Van Husen acted as "best man," ana Miss Lavirut Thomson was bridesmaid. Many handsome, chaste, and valuable presents were tendered by their friends. A lew vears nito. before the burning of Un derhill's Hall, Seneca could boast the posses sioii of a perfect little gem of a theatre, with a verv cood dramatic company or homo talent. Since the disastrous tire which laid the greater oortion of our business establishments in ash es, owing to the want of a suitable hall, the company became ctsperscu ana oinerwisu uih banded. It is pleading to note, however, that a new couipauy has recently been organized who purpose giving their initial performance at Bcneca Jiau on naiuruay evening, iuc iom. Tho play to be presented is "mot tw urn Alter All." and the dramalie uenoiuv : Capt Marchmont Dr. F. V. Uobert Lieut. Worthingtoo r,imer uonaung Dr. Uruut A. ivirauarK Cant. Ponnct A. btevens Smart W. J. Thomas Ranks. . Ham J. Cook Mrs. Capt. Marchmont. Fannie Orimes Watson Mrs. Dr. Rruut Ida Conkling Mrs. Capt. Poppet Clara Walruit Miss Clara hmeaton Anna uurwen Sally Maybud Laura Magill The play has been in rehearsal for some time, the stage is ample and commodious, and the scenery, costumes i&c, aufait, so that it is hoped on all sides that each and every mem ber or the company may mane a Buccessiui and triumphant debut. Kappa. Hottomleia. Living on top of a coal mine must be a novel situation. A property owner in La Salle or Streator never knows when he goes off in the morning or goos to bed at night whether his back yard will be on band in the morning or not. It is just as apt not to be as to be; and the householder has the extra in ducement to purchase, of the probable neces sity of building a suspension bridge from the . . . , IL, wcu or coal sued. Every i itTi u, tri;tor man flml8 h" yrd Lfts uuriiiK mo niht passed out ot his jurisdiction, for in Streator, unliKe most otner places in me world, a man does not have the satisfaction ot knowing that his real estate it small on top is 4000 miles deep! And the city enjoys a similar experience with her streets. On last rrlday evening, for instance, a 'bus going home from the thea tre, carrying two passengers, when on Lundy street, and between Sterling street and the Wa- j bash road, got into a hole near the middle of the street, which was about 15 feet long, 12 wide and 7 deep. The heavy rain had filled the hole w ith water and Hooded tho surface of tho surrounding street to a depth of two or three inches. Some ono had placed in the hole a long pole to mark the danger, and this projected out of the edgo of the cave across the middle of the road, but the cloudy night obscured the pole, and tho surface water con cealed tho cave, so that everything appeared all right to the driver, though the horses tried to dodge the pole. The horses got into the hole and dragged the 'bus on themselves. The driver Jumped oir into tho mud, whilo the passengers, not seriously hurt, had a rapid scrambling to get out of the 'bus, (with one end in the hole) with dry skins. The hole fell into No. 2 two weeks ago. Tho papers report another dangerous hole in Vermillion street and stlil another iu Iveut street, into which a man drove on Wednesday! Tho worBt of it is that property owners have no remedy for damages of this kind to their property, as deeils to Streator property as a general thing waive all rights for compensa tion tu cusoof "the bottom falling out" of their lots. Prof. Iloltwood was this week informed by the regent of the Illinois State University that the Ottawa High School had been placed on tho list of schools whose graduates are admit ted to the University without examination on their diplomas. This is a strong acknowl edgement of tho high standard of our High School. The Zulu, named Thomas, who has for some time past excited the curiosity of medical men in various parts of the country, put in an up peurauce in Ktawa on Monday ; and in a phy sician's olllce performed some of his physical feats: forcing his heart Into his abdomen, displacing his ribs (of which ho is supposed to have a double supply), moving muscles that do not ordinarily respond to the will, and bend- ine u ;'iiu. bar of iron over his arm. Those who saw him conslderod his feats genuine and himself a curiosity. From Ottawa he went to Streator, where the physicians pronounced him a traud. Doctors will disagree. There liko any good civilized negro Mr. Zulu got on a drunk and was locked up, but having no money he was shipped back to Ottawa, where he appeared yesterday, hardly beastly sober. THE COURTS. Tha Supreme Court. A batch of S3 opinions was filed in the clerk's ofllce of this court, on yesterday morning. None of them were of special Interest to the people of this county. One of the in was the Kaukakre X- Serm-a It. 11, v. SUmt, condemnation case Iu which Stout got about $150. Tbe case Is reversed by this de clslon. Armstroug & Chapman for appellant. Tli a Circuit Court. On Monday Judge 8tipp heard a few motions, after whlcn he departed for other divisions of tha circuit, letvlnir Judra MeRobefti on tbe bench. The Interesting cats were: ' ' The suit against tho C, B. & Q. railroad brought by Mrs. Barnard Dougherty, the killing of whose husbsnd at the Columbus street erois lute of the road in this city Is well remembered Tha lurv cave her 4000 dtiuaees.. Tbe case will be taken up by tha road, of course. ' Wo, Racksbaw sued Wo, Degen for the price of a critter, which, had been sold to Degen but died before reaching Its destination, tuck haw elalmel It bad been driven to death. Ha cot a judgment of 940. Tbe suit of Miranda M. Raymond v. Enoch H Raymond, for separate maintenance, has "drawn full bouses," as all smutty eases do. Mrs. Hay inond alleges adultery with her niece, an orphan 22 or 23 years of age, who had been living with tbem for some years, the adultery extending ov er several years past. Raymond denies the charges. Tbe case Is now being beard, witb Mayo and Snow for plaintiff, and Bushnell and Tbos. C. Fullerton for defendant. LtijwtrJlMHTliM. Green, fJO; Ttios. Glenn $20; Ambrose Betting,. JU; John Sliambo, (20 Michael Kelly, 20; Michael Asklus, 120. Michael Humphrey, of Morris, on charge of forgery, wu found not guilty. JAIL. Arthur Murphy, of La Salle, for an assault with Intent to kill, is now In jail i siting for the grand jury. Tha Telephone. A busy retail grocer Whom we all surely know, sir, Was asked one day, in a friendly way, Hy a country chap who had eouie to atay Till the mull cauie In lit tbe cloe of (lay, "What are your gross receipts, sir?" "He, he! ha, ha! ho, ho, sir!" Laughed tbe busy retail grocer As he pointed out, with laugh and shout, I lie barrels anu boxes ranged about, "You can plainly sec beyond a doubt, What are my groeery seats, air!" Catmlrtt Ailraiict. Candidates aro appearing. Here is another, vide Streator Aftmitor: "Wo understand that Walter Hoge, of the Free Press, is counseling his friends In regard to becoming a candidate for county clerk on the democratic ticket next fall." . Marseilles IteyMer: "Give us a chance and you will find out that the freight lugluees of Mar seilles alone will warrant the extension of the Kankakee A Seneca road to this point." . The Mendota BulUtin catalogues some new library books as "Miss Gilbert's Cancer," "Buy Path," "Mosses of an old Mouse." "The publi- cations are the works of our ablest authors." To which the Jttpurter retaliates by pioting Uie old saying: "satin Unas some miscnier stin tor Idle hands to do." A satin belt, frlnstunce. The Lockport PhintU Is guilty of this: "The Streator Munitur has becoiuo a dally. Its pub lishers' name are "W. W. Bean.' we have ex pected this for some time, because such a windy editorial corps would naturally ruin a daily Issue." The Aurora Beat-on: "The constitution adopt cd at tbe tlsb convention provides that the usso- elation shall be known as the Fox Kiver Valley Fish and Game Association, and its 'ibjccts are: Tbe thorough enforcement In tho Illinois and Fox river valleys of all laws for the protection of game and fish, the free passage of lishin such rivers and their tributaries now In forco or which mav hereafter be enacted. T v."'.- ." audim aim ciiikuiis to secure auimionai legisla tion so as to prevent the destruction of tish by seining and other like means. To encourage and Increase tho native food fish, and the introduc tion of now suitable varieties. To advocate the amendment to the constitution of the state which shall authorize tbe enactment of laws prohibit- ng seining and the like destruction of food tish iu tbe Illinois river and all its tributaries above a line at or near the city of La Salle." The Grand Rapids & Indiana railroad, "The Fishing line," hive issued their spring "folder," sketching the attractions of northern Michigan. It Is certain that the fields for anglers In tha sec tion are unsurpassed, presenting trout, gruyllng and black bues resorts of the finest order. A. U. Leet, Grand Kapids, Mich., will send free a 100 page guide. TUB HON II CASE. Concerning the bond case, the Aurora Dally Sew of Tuesday says: At a late hour yealerday afternoon a message from Ottawa anuouui-ed the victory to that town in tho O., I), it F. K. V. K. It. bond case. Aurora has anxiouily watched this case, for its outcome was to atteet Aurora juat aa it was to affect Ot tawa. It was, in fact as if Aurora were conduct ing tho caae, excepting that Ottawa haa paid tt),im and Aurora has reaped her attars of ttie bent-tit. If we roinemlier arlirht there wax once a sum of money raised in Aurora about 7,0tK) we lin lleve to pay the Fox Kiver bonds. What is now to be done with it? How would it do to pay some part of the expeuxe thatOttawa has incurr ed in the prosecution of '.his suit? It would be a fair thintr, to do. There is another luir ana manly tlii"k' 'or Au rora to do In tills matU-r. That Is t;lve the stock now standing in its nam-; to the holders or the bonds against Aurora, take their receipt, aud wipe out tliu whole busincbs so far aa this town is concerned. Now that the court has decided we do not owe anything on the h , wo may- say we are all right ami may as m'cp "ic stork. But as a matter of decency to the holder of the bonds we ran atfiird to givethcin the stoi-K. To-dav we stand In the position of repudiators, and it is Kallinir. to fair-minded men. If we Rive the stock to the bondholders we shall stand right where we stood at the beginning uo Block ana no debt. To-day we hold stock that we have nev er paid tor, and still wo do not, according to the court's decision, owe anythiug on the bonds with which we purchased thai t-tock. Let us be men. We can anoru to. wi us help Ottawa to pay tho expense or ttie sull ny which we were benefitted, and then let us give the stock to the bondholders and let them make what they can out of il. Ottawa Wholesale Market. Ottawa, May 13, UMi. VLora 4Ki riD. LtM-itl t inurt. Victor Mllln-Kllver Cloud, patrnt. HO Phi.. fl VI 4lO a.'j gso I'M I U0 310 lio Iliiiimnau Zephyr City Mlim (Hit Kilipt, I"1 ft" rpriiit n ucai f'orrijt r (uur. Flour. I'itc ul. liii Klour, Kmimu wlntvr, t luniks Klour, Mlnnnota spring wheat. retail luua Itran. luillw Corn Meal, retail, HO t s iw. . i in a 1 3 , is i ',i . 70 i 7i , SO n 5 2 , 8 ) e) 2 to . iii4l . J3 ta -a . lit 1 . VOrt 14 i .13 00 J14U0 . 4 00 14 MO , ul 14 A 4 Vt Sis) . Pll 4 HI' , 4 m sie . so e ;on is H H IS 1 . Wot 11 r s 11 tu oaiiH mumu. Wheat. V hnah Rye. & Com, shelleil. M s Corn, ear V 75 Haia. mil Timothy Seed raoDt-ra. Potatoes, a bush Huttrs. t, Ktun. a d Chlrk'na. live, (spring.) a do. Bay, ton lit srix . Caul on foot. cows, a ,is Cattle on foot, stecrr f 1U0 It. rat Caltm, live weight. ituas Sheared bhei p. lilt Woolhhat-p. imiOs Uellog,a luu s TALLOW, HIKES ANU SALT, Urd.a a Tallow. In oil bids., a a Tallow, louae, a a Salt, bbl Ilnl.-s. a Calf, a Hvacon, a a flint Midi, a a Ir Katt. a a The grain prices eorer ho( range of nark Tro war- bouse prices to nrlcea nald for odd loads fsr The small pox patient In tbe northwestern part of town is doing exceedingly well.- It is expected she will be so far recovered that ren ovation of the premises may bo begun next wack. No new cases have developed although the maximum period of infection has been passed by several days. This results from prompt and efficient action on the part ot the city authorities. The Fox Kiver Game aud Fish Protective Association offer a reward of f 20 for the detec tion and conviction of any violator ot tho hah law. Jleuj atibmtsenunts. DR. J. 0. HARRIS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, Steamship Agent NOTARY PUBLIC. I' 11 4 PI) L'C OK O(K)I) I.ANH In WKKTKKN tHU AlIvrja Tcxmr.iruiily ftO iwiuh per nrx. A run rlmmv to liny Innil nt half tin prut-lit value. I liuve !mt ini m rnuli ill una ini'i'. Msy Mil, lH-S.-iw 1U. J. O. HARRIS, OITII niKT1 T iVI'C Nrtli W1i rr Ill'llJlVllUT XjV 1 O mlT 4.00 1'iiuw. rr flirt, thi-n buy uf A pril S-flW Dlt. J. O. HAltlUS. AN EXCELLENT DWELLING--!) riMiniN. uikkI burn. Iwu lilt, fruit nml utirulilM-rv will lie sulil fur lut 1 1 itw viilu', uh owm-r how ternum In nuutb crntult-. A ran-tliHiicc. UK. J. O. 1IARU1S. Aurll S-w 1if V'T u lilackmnltli to t yur wau-h I IV n-nalri'd, or to a Jowi-liT togpt your nml tlit corn-rt t IiIhk In fur Imth liuvt-ni ami m-lleri of lion folate to ku tu tin- ICt-al Kxtittu UrokiT, Iu wit, I'll. J. O. HARRIS.' Ottawa. Illtnola. febiS-tf 'IMlK MITCAI. LIKK lSSI'RANCK TO. OK 5. Y.. the X iililmt. Inrut-Mi. utronui-Nt mid Im-mI roinrmnv In the U. S.. Iwtica polU-bn liflten prr cent, cheaper than any otht-r i-imipiiiiy. All iniUHlllK wvu now m-iievr 111 nir uinuiniu-v Ci.-t the Wt. UK. J. O. II ARRIS, Agi-ut. 'I'L'V 4 C ilfcr inorp anil H-ttiT nilvantiiei'i to lin- iiilurantM than nnr nthtT (tute In tnr r n lull . a frrtilt- will that will tiriKlure an abundance of -rt-rythiiiK rulMil In the triiiin-rat r.nnc, a cllinaU) uuimr- iiikm'ii. i-hi-Hp mini, riiHii iiniiUKriiiiou anu an ininiufi'iii, HW-Hlmllni: iit-opu-. arc nuiiie of tlni advunliwi-e alluilnl to. For proof, liiujia, pujicrs, &v., t all on jaiU-B'U Uli. J. U. IIAUIU13. KVAW or an opportunity to wcuri' 130 aire i.1 1 of irood Wmtvrn Lanil. partly In- nroveil. for only STiOU! tin- one chance lu a lifetime for mm u' out;. Call on inn for particular!). fi-bll 1I. J. O. HAKIMS. OCEAN TICKETS. Of alx lines, to anil from ail Buropean porU. at Iswuat rate. VIU J. U. HAIllUB. IF YOU PfllflT Don't Fail to Get Our Prices On tlrl' Uu pure Lead anil Oil. Also examine our Koady- Mixta ruin i. guaranteed u tie snarior io me ueai iwuu in 1 1 id oil uml lead, and wuar louger. Beautify Your Homes! Our new and elegant lines. uf-AVjA'L. Vivv, JbX4(o'WnR!waih, Call and ae for yourself. I . Doctor Yourself. We have all the Patent Iiciiiedlet sold, and bcnldcs maim fnclnre tl inowt popular and Successful Remedies. For Throat and Lung Diseases, Use Our None-Such Lung Relief. For Cholora Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dysen tery and Cholera Infantum, Use Our Favorite Prescription. For Brute or Human, Use Our Dread-Not Liniment-Greater than St. Jacob's Oil, or Money Refunded. For Fever and Ague, Our One Dollar Re ward, Fever and Ague Cure is a Total Eclipse. DOCTOR SMURR, City Drug Store. Chicago, Bock Iiland Pacific Railroad. NKW TIME TABLK. (imsri KabT. No. 2. l'acltlc KxpreKa and Mall 4. NlKht Kxprens " 6. Kiuihw Cltv Kiprem , ( liii AKo ami Davenport Kxpreas ' 10. Peru Aeeoiiitnoiliitlon " li, tit. 1'aul Kipress Wi'uAls Carrying I'iuengert, Ooi.vti West. No. 1, Atlantic Kxpreaa ' 3, Mailt Kxpreaa ' 5, CliieaKoaml Kausiui City Kxnrea 7, Davenport Kxpreas ami Mall " Q lHru Arromniodiitlon. , ..11.40 A. M. .. ; J, at. .. A. II. .. V. M. .. r..ii a. m. .M.& p. at. .. 7.4. M. .. i We. M. .. H.us r. u. .. S.IUp. m. ..12 48 A. H. .. Mi, ii. .. l.MP. U. .. 8.51 P. M. " II, St i'aul Kxpreaa. via Albert Lea H.UUP. . Xu. 11 anil Vi run tlally. lucluillng SdSMjtr. Freight Carrying rnnmiigtrt. 9 A. V. ....ll.Hlr. as. .... I. lor. a. carrylut; iiaa- Vim 2J and 2S 1 have a naaaence r coacH, senijcra between .lollel anil I rane. No 21 carries paaaenp-ra between Blue lalanil and Baraau. i. iS ami it carry panenncra betwiMB Bl laland and La Malle. , , , No. U eaTlea paarnKra bciwuun lieiieseo anil J0.M1 A Kimball, DaviiM. Hall. K.8t. Joiim. T. lieneral Sup't. .Went at Ottawa. Gcnl TWt ifc l'ai AL Chicago, Burlington and Qulney B. B. TIMK TABLK. April lTtli, Going South. 1 Going North. 1'aaa. 1 Faas. i .s STATIONS. "is 1'aaa. I No. et 1 B. Pass. No. 4 B. So. as Mi, Bl s. It. I o. P.M. LT AM.LT U.lIP m.ai 4.4 S.'JU t:a .) i.U IV. t.m .. ChlcAtro.... ...Aurora Wnat Aurora. . 10.4:1 .1(1 5.. 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General f aaaentfer AgetX, Chicago 'SSiTiSS-.m-K Ncui jlfctHrtfjgementB. Ties S Wc cannot tell a lie; we did it with our little hatchet when we knocked the covers off our Immense cases of low-priced Spring Goods; and now wc are ALL READY To Rive you a welcome that means business. Wc have laid in a New Spring Stock of Hod's, Youths', Boys' and Children's Gents' Furnishing Goods, All the Late New and Nobby Styles of SPRIGS HTS ATJD CAPS And all the Best of Trunks Which are positively I'Je Astonish the Sight Seer With an unriYalled collection of Elegant Styles u'h! 1tiau I it'ul Fabrics. WE DELIGHT THE PURCHASER WITH PRICES, WHICH WERE NEVER BEFORE AS LOW. We afford all an Opportunity to Secure the Newest and Best Spring Garments at Prices within their Means. OUR MOTTO: s All Hoods Warranted as Represented or Money Refunded, at the SQUARE DEALING CLOTHING HOUSE, White Corner. M. STIEFEL, Manager. rv "i -jjt 1: Z " '-i1" V.H '-i I"- 1 At, v.. ... ... ) H fr)'i,riif,(l nntl '4-. H er.tirclv hur:n- U less Ki'inaves I U dnm'ruff. re. iS U stored natural (nor nna pre ents IkiIiImcss rrnu nn,l 1 lnc :ti ilru;'ult i'loiestou COLOGNE A .1. Iit-at qulili-ly fi vrtuiiiv ;' i t Cfptifti:.!! ' I il . KNEUSSL'S MAIN STREET, West of La Salle Street, (south side,) OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. I Import and keep constantly on hand a lart- ar.d wull selected stock of DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. All the bcw ami popular Patent Medicines, Extracts and Spice for culinary tMC Perfumery, Brushes, and Fancy Articles for the Toilet. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, &c. Particular Attention given to the Componnding of ITiysicians Prescriptions. rjpUK WOMEN'S HOSPITAL OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. S71 Cottage Grot Ate., Chicago. IU. A charitable Institution ; Incorporated Sept. 1st. 1971 : and devoted nclnaively to the treatment f the disram-a and ac- cldenta peculiar to women. Provided with a luilcornaoi cuninetent aaryrona. Tor admission, elrcnlara contamlni fnrtm-r Information, etc .auureaa ULixaanun n. LAKD.Kealdcntrarslclaa. Lrl I 1 and Strongest Made and Valises, a SURPRISE-TO ALL. Parker's Ginger Tonic An Invigorathg Medicine that Never Intoxicates. This delicious combination of Ginger. Buchu, Maiuirake. Siillingia. and many other of the best vcpct.'jjic medicines known, cures Female Conv plaints. R'tieumatisin, Nervousness. Wakefulness, and all disorders of the bowels, stomach, liver, kid- jjj neys, and urinary organs. II you nave lost your appetite anu arc low spinicu, rr suffering from age, or any infirmity, take Parker's Ginpcr Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body aiki ive you new life and vigor. 100 DOLLARS Paid for anything injurious found in Ginger Tonic, ur for a failure to help or cure. Try it or ask your icle friend tu try it ToDajr. 50c. and $ t sues at druggists. Large saving buy. ing dollar sije. Send for circular to Hiscox & Co., 163 William St., N. Y. DRUG STORE, QHMAPl A HA.JPJM.aI;, QENEHAL ill! el" SxfG JOB PRINTERS, , 18 La Salle Street. Wtt of tk Cosrt Houm OtUwa 111. I