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i lit OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY .10,1883.- NO. 40. VOL. 44. ,1 4 1 I mmt SAXij I. J. Will this week present Unusual Attrui-Mws :n u the department of HOUSE OUTFITTING At I'rim known Hitherto 1 in Ottawa. ii- .4, !M, XM, 1 1-1 Meaohed .ifcetitin, S 4, 10-4 Brown 81t:nB;, TWow Holland, I'iilow 8hfet;u, I'lllow Shanu, Toilet Quilts, Merseilk-i Quilu.' Counterpanes, Sprctds, w , .-.-., iV'. trieL, German ami French Towels, American ana RnitUith Toweliuh-, Pnmask and Diaper Toweling, A sier. and Russ'an Crashes, Vc. 'opklDS, Tray Clothn, TVOylee, &c., Ac. White Muslin, Tobleachetl MimlliiH, Ax. Tb Hamburg Edging Sale will be continued thi wek. Hotel nn 3 Koardlui; Houm-.) Kurnthi."! .'.nrt wtunaW given. Housekeepers' Bonanza AT il.'J. GILLEH'S, OTTAWA. Telephone No. 57. iURECE BRO'S I VEA&ERS IN Staple and Fancy ilia i? hi Nil Mo 'Street, OTTA.WA, L r.L. Every Family in La Salle County. IIJVITED TO GALL AT THE ABOVK 3T0EK Mil Leara Prices and Examine GooiLs. A Fl'LL CiL AKANTKK Tli At tho Stk is First Class in Kvm- Ke fpeot. and Hold Rt oonon FIGURES. We Keen a Full Stock of the Best Grades of Th "Victor Mills," of Ottawa, Minnesota Vloiu, fflgbost Price3 Paid for Tanners' Products. '--wepHvinacal! when In theclfv. or ?.iJv..i:r orJcr by nmil, tclecranh or telephone, and tticy will rrc. ivr PROMT ATTENTION. BURKE BROS. GILL! for the N.m HO Day at Speuuwr'a. Ladles' genuine French kid button, S.W; j former price, $5.00. , - Ltdif'Urteo outuo t?in; wkic, forr. price, $9.25. - j j : ': ','jf ,: Ladies' American kid butteu, t 7.'.; former price, 12. 5X Ladle' llrnt F??rlew rubbers, . nt. Ladles' Opera slippers, 11.00. Indies' Serge button shoe!, 7. eU. Th Jardan Hay farrier. One of the most useful lal'wavnijf ma chines of the age BHOCOHT To.W.rHrHOriO., poseses features which make it die most effective, positive, durable and convenient carrier in the market. Compactly and strong ly built. Has but two working parts in the latch arrangement, and these are simple, prompt, positlre and easy in their action. No wear on rope in sustaining and carrying the load alter being elevated. It performs this work by means of a substantial hook, which is forced through the loop r.f pulley a it enters the carrier and there firmly held by the latch making the lock positive, instead of the old objectionable device of pinching the rope under the teeth of a caiu. We alfo manufacture carrier for rod r cable track. We truariiiiU'H evn mirier ..ul by l. (when properly haml'ii: hi work i m perfect manner, Miniifa't'.tp.:d by MkM.m fcJoKiA.s Hiaa. On tritlay lat Mike Kgan, the wan who resisted the police officer at Strcator when arretted, wan breught to Ottawa. He was met at the depot by half a dozen roughs, but no attempt was made at a rescue, though the men looked as If they would like to try it. I.enten nou. Now lhat Lent has begun, fturke llros. haye on hand all kinds of fresh and fait lisa and oysters. , V j The Young Ladles Library Association of Ottawa arc making arrangements to give a banquet In the new court house some time soon before the furniture is put into the building to which Invitations will be extend cd to tho citizens of the county generally. 1'ermisBlon has been obtained from the build ing committee for sneh an entertainment, the proceeds to go towards the library of tho as sociation. The project is a splendid one and will be looked forward to with more than usual interest. ' The itt Lean tiftd a '.cry tine concert by Kach'rt band Jnt evening; also rt-aclirig by : .Vr". U. L. I'r'.:olle, whiqh was thf-niott inter. I cHtlng nrt of the programme. - ; j Dlarie for IMS at I'.. Y, Onpg'-V t Ulf j'pri'. ' l'1 Ko member . That the closing out sale at J. ik-gatlin's is absolute, and prices to correspond there with. - Please remembei that I w ill ftrll line dried fruit for Ihw profit than any hbfiSe In Ottawa. . ' . C. M. Hirw. -aia iveuifcuibtr the rtilladelphiu hcn' house. Good poods and low price. , , f f Annual Ocarina; tswlo. v MWMi liftfb button Arctic nt fl.'K); i ijfiular price, 1.00. ' ' l adies' genuine French kid siil ;.(X); reduced from f4.50.: Ladio6' grain sewed polish, !Tx-. ' Ladies' kid button, 3.40. Ladies' kid eide-lace, fi-'"-! i f Child's pgd. shooa, 73c. ' f'hild'a kid HdWi il button. rJ!e.. " kadies' grain ido lace, large hi .o 1.4."i Tho above, with tuauy other klpdh, uro Ue. cided bargaina but have only , a limited amount. AU v ho r.eed shoi-s s'nonld call At onee. Cmii.k it I'mi-vs. l'oultry hft been' very ecarcc In Ottawa this scftMin, and has brought R3 high a price as meat. An old buyer told us the other day that drerscd ponltry hail not been so scarce in vears us it bus been this w inter. It seems : not to be raie cd as abnndar.tly as it bhould be, jaud the larger part of that sent to market j goe directly to Chicago troia the farm. j; ' Comic and sentimental valentine Rt Hupc. ' man A firaham's. 75 linrtrn WaiiUxt, (1. A. (ircgory, of N. Y., is in town ugaiu, buying light horf . HeadnuHrters at Track's jewelry store. , w - A cask, l0U lb., of new Turkish prunes ijustin. 11 lb, for 1. CM. Shaw. Johx 1. Fuck buys live turkeys and chick ens for the eastern market; fat calve, hogs and cattle for his market; and wants butter, eggs, Ac, for his store. Give him a call lie lore selling. Place of business, on Msin St., one block west of Juo. Shulor's warehouse. In digging a ditch for water pipes ut the C. R. I. t P. depot in this city it was found ! that frost had penetrated to the depth of four j and a half feet. t The Art Loan hus been liberally pafroni.ed thia week, the uttendunce ticing larger than ever. The proceeds being for the purpose of paying for the recent Improvement at Christ Church, Mr. L. II. Karnes generously agreed to duplicate the profits of the week, which will be several buudrcd dollar. The eve nings have been enlivened by music, notably on Wednesday at:d Thursday, when Mrs. Wckley, Mbs Smith aid V. A. Kendall sang. Kach'a band played on T:u.day night. The exhibition will elofi; tl-is evening. The local oflklals of tiw Rock Inland rail road report buslne;- on the intreaac, with good prospects for a heavy movement of freight in the early spring. The Illinois river has been slowly rising during the past few days, undoubtedly tho effect of the heavy rains on the head-waters of tfee Kantokee and other southern tributa ries Efii r -farce in the market at "" eenM a doc!. Mew Silks. Scott Bios. & Co. received this week u large new stock of silks. Tho 'Oolden Cross" silks are tho best silks to wear in Awrica. We have a fall line now again It nil the numbers. . Any lady wlshiug to purchase a silk drees will do well to inspect this line of black and colored silks before buying. Samples sent out of the city upon applica tion. Scott Bkoi. & Co. The patueuger train on the Burlington road on Tuesday met with a slight accident which under slightly more unfavorable clr- cumstacces would have proved disastrous. The train was slowing down to atop at ine tank In tho northern part of the city when in some manner the ears jumped the track and went bumping along over the ties. No one was hurt, fortunately, and in an hour all were bsf:k on the rails again. fay Your Taiea. Your state, county, city, school aiid other taxes are nowdue. You will save trouble and expeue if you pay them now; and you wil remember tuat the law compels me to coucci them a month earlier than heretofore. You will tmd me and the books at, Hapeman & Ciruham'a book store. Oflieu hours from 7 M. to ! 1 !.' WM. J. (tttAUAM, Collector. Wrauil lliiHW ntertaiiiiiant at tin-Art Loan to-night. I'ubllo Mlirury. Librarian's report for January Hooks taken from library, 40S; number of visitors, 600. Books issued: History, :W; biography, 10; fiction, 300; travels, If: ; poetry, 11; sci ence and art, 1 ; religion,!; essays, 2; mis ccllany, 41. Amount in contribution box, I'J.O'.'. L. F. Mxckv, Librarian, i Kcniuubcr that it will pay you to get prices at Lynch's before buying dress goods, silks, velvet and plushes, hosiery and glovos, ladies' cloaks, saojtics, dolmans and fthawls, flannels, blankets and wool yarns; ladles', children's, minsee', men's and boys' under- wear, and every article in the dry goods1 line. The police force of Merris lire to have a benefit ball on the U!Jd InBt. It is going to bo a grand Affair, and among the committee from Ottawa are Mayor Allen and Marshal Maber. i All interested should attend the county fair meeting at the county com t room to.dny at. I o'clock. Much trouble is occasioned by haviug tele phone wires broken by masses of snow and ice thrown from tho roofs of business blocks. Civ to .Scott Bros. & Co. for ladies' and chlldrcns shoes. They can give om the best val'ii' In town. Messrs. Kalph Buchanan and Y. A. .rhcr wood are at work on their plana for now buildings on tho corner of La Salic and Jef ferson streets. They will build jointly, two stories in height, of brick, making probilbly flvo fine storo rooms below, with office and rooms above. This is the last day of tho Art Loan. Par ents should take their children. Children admitted free between two and four o'clock to-day, , , , , J f . ii i" i On 'Saturday last the roof of one of the storehouses at the Starch Works was' crushed In by the weight of snow that had iircumula ted. j Fortunately no one was hurt, and the dapiagp to, 'the contents was comparatively - ' , .Another Manufactory.' It is with great pleasure we can announce this morning that tho old Cushman foundry and machine shops arc toon to bo again io operation, Mr. John A. Shulor having leased them' to Mr. John II. Abbe, of Manchester, New ITampshire, who lakes possession thi month. Mr. Abbe will manufacture ,t bolt he;idin; machine and the "Jordan" paper pulp ma chine, besides doing a very general machine work such as tho works arc capable of doin. Wc arc informed that Mr. Abbe is a gentle man cf quite eunsiderable capital, and after putting the shop iu thorough working or der will run it to its full capacity. lecture. The 'arin P.idgc people hiiiusi themselvc In a rational way, during the winter, having had all winter a literary society of exception al spirit; and in addition to the work of IU members in the programmes of the society thay have had readings by Miss Clark, of Utlra, and are to have on next Tuesday a lecture by Mr. J. H. Kckles, of this city, the subject bring, "The Novel in English Litera ture." The lertnro we are snre will be an In teresting one, for Mr. Kckles is abundantly able to treat the subject with dignity. A crane" to sapp'y water to west .'wtind locomotives on the Hock Island road is one of the latest Improvements for this city. j The two committees appointed by the (council relative to a ro-dlvision of the city I held a joint conference in Duncan McDou- gall's office on Thursday evening. The re sult is that a new census will be taken to de termine beyond all question the evatt popa latlon of tho city. Du:i. Pc.nj. B. Reynolds, one A tbo v necr settlers of tt.i." county, died in Texas on (Saturday last, of dropsy, we believe. His on Wednesday evoniug. the funeral taking plwe from tbe C. P. church at (irand Ridge on Thnrs'ly st noon. He was 71 year of age. Mr. Reynolds came to ibis county wkh his wife, from Milf-ln Co., Pa., in the spring or IK'S), settling on Sees. 5 and U in Grand Rap Ids, where he livtd ;hc rest of hi life, with the exception of the pait year, which he spent In Texa. where he owns considera ble land. He was the father ot five sons and four daughters, all living, we believe. lie was a man universally respected, and bis death will be deeply regretted bv wide rirr! rt fr:i-nd ar. l aruualntanrr. (reolocieal Specimens. At "o'clock v. m. Wednesday, February 14, lW, at David Walker's residence In Ottawa, Ills- I will sell to the. Hi? tit at bidder a fine collection of geological specimens. For fur- the information 6ee or address myself or Jesse B. Knger, of this city. Those interest ed In Institutions of learning are specially Invited to examine this collection. , Ottawa, Jan. 12, 1883. 8. W. Raymond. I Mark s for 185 at half price at K. Y. Griggs'. "Crn M KlDf KuA How It Kulea in NebrasKa;" "Central and Western Nebraska, and the Experiences of Its Stock Orowers;" "Nebraska and Its Settlers; What They Do and How They Do j It; Its Crops and People," are the titles of thru new pamphlets for freo distribution to) all farmers, home seekers and stock growers. See the lands In Buffalo, Dawson, Garfield, CiK-terund Lincoln counties. Excusions to allpoiutsou tho Union1 Paclftc Railway in theUreat I'latte Valley, Tuesday, Feb. 20th, tSK's and n-ry skcoxd Twin; thcrtoj'ttt at veuv. low ctxcHnUin nttt. For these new pamphlets, alro "Nebraska Land News and Notes," "Facts and Figures,'' aud a New Township M.p of the State, excursion bills, etc., call on or address S. M. Knoi, Gen'l Agt. Land Dep't Union Pacific Railway, Princeton, ill. Burke Bros, have a largo stock of choice canned goods, which they arc selling very low in order to clo-e out tho stock before tak'tug Invoice the 1st of March. 1 Fsrl Post, No. 15rt, ii. A. R., of this city, are preparing for a memorial service to be held oo the 'J!'th Inst, at their hall in memory of their late comrade, Thomas Clark. Tho ex ercises will consist of leading addresses by Major ,T. H. Widmer and R. I). McDonald, and shorter ones by Rev. Mr. Shay, of Strca tor, and Col. K. C. Stevens, with nwsic and other appropriate observances. Members of the order with their families and invited guests will be in attendauco. Anything iu the crockery line will bo sold very low at C. M. .Shaw's grocery and crock ery bouse. . A friond, writing from Champaign, 111., under data of February P.d, says: "The ground is one sheet of ice, several inches deep, and every tree and twig Is coated with lnch-tliick ice, and studded with icicles. I never saw so pretty a sight, but It is destruc tive to trees, telegraph wires and poles, Ac." In pounds good Rio coffee for $1 at Shaw'e. Our bV syrup speaks for iUclf. Bring your jug. , C. M. Shaw. ' TLe unpleasant news Is brought uero that T. S. Laaibley, who recently removed to Rochester, N.-Y., had lost nearly his entire lortune, 112,000 or 1 15,000, by the failure of tho bank in which ho had made deposits. Subsequently, it is aald, tho directors have agreed to pay w per cent, on mo acposiis Only a few more aays ot t;;e closing out sale ut J. McgatHn's. As tho goods must bo sold, those wanting bargnirm in boots or shoes should avail themselves 'of the oppor. tttllit)... ,, , . It ' ' j i Diario fo. 1-S1 at K. t. Uv'iZK' pni' i.. AMt'SKMUMS. Aiice t.:s ou Tuesday night drew a fair- sized house. The company was fairly good onlv. The bill was "The Prlrccss of Trebi- zonde." ' v- .t'The Ciirl that I Love'' fslled to put tn an appearauce, ow!ng no doubt to thq cfTect pf the weather on the railways. r ' 1 NfJXT wkek'8 iiur., , , Ai.viv Josi.in. Mr. Charles L. Davis, the Vankee comedian, and his comedy company, that were here two years ago, will return on Thursday night ot nct wectc, and again pre sent his New England comedy, entitled 'AI Tin Josiin." The play is very much like Johna Whitcomb Is full of Yankee wit and fun, and has been very much improved since it was here last. Mr. Davis also has become a much better actor than when hurch'st, and his company is much stronger; in fact ho has been playing this piece for four years, (and has mado $ M0,Kw out of it, he says,) and it could rcasonatdy be expected that in that length of time min b Improvement could be made anil the piay bacome a refined and tin. ished comedy. On Monday week, 'Mb, the well known "Ttmrists in a Palace Car" will arrive. The Tourists are now on their fourth annual trip around the country and their piece has, it seem, been, like wine, improving with age, being one of tlie amusing things o,t tbe road "not too amusing, but just amiihiiig enough." They make a week's stay at. ifoo ley's next week", and come thcnc Jir.' t?y Ottawa. Finn Waiio School In the th nrd school cxaminai'ons, hcldtbia weak, tho pre miums tiu'ow were awarded. The judge being drawing: Mrj. Henry Ntravvr:, M's Kls'c Van Durcn; w iting: Joseph K! -r.-o!, Mi?sU. Hayes; maps: K. C. Swift. The in dividual premiums on drawing to toii-iw. ii.g: (iustavo Fuch., Chss. Lum y, . tu-.i. Kerste, Katiu UunsLe gcr, Lena f'i'cticr, Henry Beteruianu, (Jcorgc Schaefc, Fred Jckyll and Max Kueu!. "!a-s irfinlumn on drawlrjir, to the second gnimiru r dt-p.trl- ! ment, Mis M. J. .Mciiiulcy, tcv.ilitr. Tin) J I ml 1 vi.l i, -I ) iiti'ni!i:mi i iti ivntif.' til I) lowing pupils: 1! r nice Rucr, Y.Wui H:f. ! riin, May I'.itl'.son, Anna lit'Stnaim, Carrie Fran, Matt'n: Hiiebctlin, Ann V.ihcr, Litibie Wilson and I.ibbie Ingcrnol. I Ia.-s premium tn writing to the second primary department. .Te&nie F. fSaiitb, teacher. The individual pn-.mlums on m-vp. ttbe inilow lowing pupils: Charlie ShuU r.E.Kth llac'-er-lin and Katie Clan, In the second grammar department, Cth gradik; Individual premiums on maps to lvlile Burnptt, in the Hth grade; In the sevccih grade, U Julia Rabcntinc; in the .'.ih grade, t Willie Oracc; In the 4th grs.de, B, to Mellio Wo:fbcrg-r; in tV 'h rradc. V. Vr.sl '.r:,f .! Msv Ifiini, . 1 IFFiKI ii.- To please the public have approval. The amount or business we are doing now surprises us. Honest principles and a de termination to please are the motives of our house. Nowhere in Ottawa can you buy better Read y made Cloth ing for Men and Boys than at E STIEFEL & C0.'S. Besides, think of the assortment ; it ran not be equalled anywhere. Grades and Quaies to suit all Classes, And plenty of light and lots of room. IVhotbcr it bo a Pair Overcoat for Ycurcolf, OR AN OUTFIT FOR YOUR! IBOY, , TTOTJ OA-IsT BY TRADING WITH M. STIEFEL & CO., The Square Dealing Clothiers, White Corner. A , Dig Tumblo! A Foarful Where' 'Horn? whunr ' "Why, nt. V orlw. c. J jo-rii "WluU's up Willi linn n.w's" "Wliy, nolhing 1. r.ji, liut a Rrcu' rr.j tliii.it. n: Jcwn. wtmi'iidown?" "WUy, their hwhIk!" "llown whnrc Jnwri c. Uf ."' "Why, ), tuu diinwi down tn ric" "Oil. now I lumblH, toy. 1 riilgM l.avir tluiuiilit of tli:t. .oil m.M, only Ihi'ir i-rli i'. r iiIwhvh i low 1 Uon't -f how tncvrotiM mtVr ttu'in innrh H -Wi'll.thCT illlli" Wlit hv tln'jr not "welliiiiiiost everyfilnis you can tli'.Ou of 1r thp lt" hoilv. in!, 'f.fy w II hn-.K MrfU-it! The above referred to LiTBry 4 Feed StalilB. PETER EGAN wota.d r.fi-tiuiiy Kiiii'iu.re totliecltl.eiof()tt.'iu and vinnl'v lhi:! !.; Itfiii one tiie rliolcit' l.'.very Moekf in tnei .ly, kc 'nj t lly BlaliH'., audi ns the 1 tatrst Slvfs (T flacky Carria''M an J t.iiM t pr. tt r.'.it the tin.'', rati..".., "..rt'.iliiig-s tun r:ii, piiTi.i'k. 1'., en ?piled wtih tf-.'f.l r '.m ii hurt ! n-il.-'f. Kt.i i.-:.! ..i the rouiary t.r H.iU'h.intf towi I prutii;llv at li-inli-.l l. Pi r-oi, Ih'ki q t-. "rl frt.ni I'." i (lt pii or to im-rouhtry nli;ht irrdnv. cr"itiMne?nlM'r the pi.-w-on Minn Klrt' t, u" m rut. one hliU I Wr i I MW court tion-e. lEn:K Kf.AJ.". FOR SALE, Snuiiu h'imlliug-W'ooil und Sharing, of A'in's Box I'irt,iri, near iUc lAh'k. Telcphimr l.'tiK Mi'nN r 'f llai4 FfKitui:;i'!it, No. oC, I arij S'SvN.'l of Ihc tnt-ct'.ii on Tucad.iy cvoi.- ' inrii vt. InitMirUi.t wurk in the drsrrri . An .te nt f' :r the Harden hand trenauo !lre ! cilincuUlum expect tr give an cshlhifion I on thi r?nitr:huic sbuarc this even:tif. j Aniuoa Foster, t backmnn, of this oit.v, i Cftntctnplatc an n .j ivkoji. met with their unbounded of Penh, a Suit, cr an 'Bin Awful Crash! Splash! IS" 1 ("V :l I mock (t Uy, dolln. wifona,ilflKhMid unll corr'tsi. In town. Their M Mock m hooKk, t"u know. Uitt I i!iliff it .tenhec, anil rc oiTitiiuj now unly choic 1 n'W tXH)k. all i w anil lrc)i, and at price, that uiai. ro lre lll.ti thr cat in the Dlntum. thev are no low. : Their tork of .'uvi tilio Noki tnuni aie, and tley tuierertiiii.lyuiorebvaMtlfu'. thaiierrr. la Albums pln.li hihI ;tiei, titer have a Mue exortmeal. la l roil- avve, (fr.ld, r- Ilul 'M and ruboer, Oit-y liHVe arlr.i iitrti ty. 'Ihiy lukc (he lead and luaite . upeclalty cf Liirlioa' Hniflwli, ot whirl! they ! hv from the rheapext to tha cholct .trie, for wed- illnKor liollilay preeentn. Well. I cun't tell you all Uh'f hne. Their more I. rhtirk Iti.l. Go and for fwi llf.and c'rn't lai! to mk t'ie!r prlee. ;hm fie l)t ! wl vur I vii. i f Te jtoii." FORBES & L0RRAUX: PIANOS . i.-r t Tiii v vrr WHEELOCK PIANOS ".i-tr v rt-KKi ORGANS TV j dplitut tie world! a UEBEB II iti.V eecurol t'w Solo Aeicv of theae erietrmt4 lntn:iir.t.i I wih to fay ut thoee tr.trrUd UmU, h tnic t ror rwrt u pav, with lttl or co expense, t l hiivitif mrr- from th IHCtorlea, I will rivb Wit liOWKST I'KICKH evr Wti.iwti in ta.'a aeo t:..j. r:eiie tail and net nu. I w'U in.i: it aa ofcjevt. i a' '1 .r v . at f.-to Iboprrtfuily . ANTHONY 1. Sim, m M. H y V. 'i.- tr.. v itur.fp.