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OTTAWA FREE TRADER SATUKDAY.JUNK 23,
Kotp Coo!. SwulU-rlnit humanity ciilN fir u morn cum. fjrtaMe article of clothlim tlian the iivcru gentleman lius hud thu i-rtvilt-u or wjuriii' for soinu time, und to incut tlili want Litihy ,c Co. arc nianufurturliitf u shirt, tlrtclasi all rc!"iL-cU, Unit covers thu bit!. Every n tlfinan fchoiiM seu ll i.l Firko A: Horn's This nn-tins a revolution in thu shirt trailo. Mr. Flake, of FW-kmv l-i'.i.'inX usk.!(t the reporter yesterday to look iit u pair of punts and toll what they were worth. The bcrlb blef hud In mind a littlu experience, in thut tame way hist winter when liu guessed on the prieu of eg overcoat. lie didn't propoM to be cuuuht a'ain in any oiu li a way ; so he oll'erail the merchant -Jl for what seemed a ?3 pair of pants, and on livhiir referred to the price marked on thu (.'nods hu vus just i cent too hiirh. I'e cream ull around let tin aforeeaid ecril-u down cof:l. Hut then these paut4 are worth at any rate J 50, and the re poitur is bound to stick to U if he ha to bu an entire tee house and a herd of Jersey cows (for you remember he's rich;; at the same time F. & B. t'o ri-ht alonir belling them for 75 cent just, the siii:ie, and won't listen to any I'd vice to advance the p:ieu to accord with the merits of the ;., But then that '.s just the way this Una 'Iocs business they are thu friends of the poor man, -.tud aru determined this season inure than ever to make prices so that thu poor man can dress well. Now, hen's u line chance for our newspaper men Mince lOr Olir liewspKf'ei men. In regard to the genera, stock an exchange says: They have no end of rcady-innd clothing for men, boys and children. They are having a perfect rusU of trado on straw hats, for they are slaughtering straw goods. They have by ull odds thu largest stock in town. They have hats of all varie ties and sizes for everybody, and prices are not lofty, just moderate in fact the straw hats are going oH' like a tornado. All In want of )xA clothing, straw hats, &c, ry cheap, should not full to call und look through the immense stock ut Fiske Beein's. City Council. On Friday evening last a culled meeting of the council was held to consider thu mutter of the sidewalk grude on Court street, the result being that on Thursday a petition for an injunction restraining the city authorities from interfering with the walk being built by Futterer & Metzger was argued before Judge etipp. Another meeting was held on Tuesday ev. ening to establish the liquor license for the municipal year and to pass the appropriation ordinances. All the aldermen were present, and Mayor Allen presided. Aid. McDougall made the motion, seconded by Aid. Hull, that the license for dram shops, &c, should be fixed at So-oo, payable quarterly in ad vance. Upon the roll being called Aldermen Griffith, Skinner, McDougall, Mackiu'.ay, Blake, Thomas and Hull (7) voted aye, and Aldermen Bryant and White voted no; Aid. Hoban was excused from voting by the coun cil. The discussion concerning the license question wus very brief, and it was quite evi dent that tho hoard came with their minds fully fixed. Tho city attorney was then di rected to draft an ordinance in accordance with the expressed wishes of the council and , present tho samo at an adjourned meeting of the council on the following morning. (We might say here that the meeting was held, and the ordinance adopted by a vote of ull the members present, Aldermen White, Bry ant and Skinner being absent, thu two last named having agreed to a pair.) After the settlement of the license question the appropriations were taken up, and au animated discussion followed. After several votes had becu taken, trying to establish au aggregate of nearly 840,000 as a basis tor tne appropriations for the coming year, a mo tion made ny Aid. Bryant was finally carried, directing ttie clerk to certify to a tax levy of f'20,000, which sum shall be apportioned among the several departments pro rata to the sums previously adopted, or as follows: Salaries i l-":' Police J. Public improvements i Fire department - 0U Gas department 1 Sewerage ' 1 '"j- Contingent fund !2 City Indebtedness ' 5-W It was further directed that all sums re ceived for licenses, fines and insurance tx should be placed In the contingent fund, to be distributed thereafter to the several depart ments by vote of the council. "Iolanthe." Gilbert & Sullivan's latest production, "Iolanthe; or, the Peer and tho Peri," is to he given by the famous Chicago Church Choir Company, (who presented so satisfac torily recently both "FInafore" and "Pa tience" by the same authors) at the Opera nouie on next Tuesday evening. The opera was presented In America for the rst time on November 25th, simultane ous with its production in London. Thu story of tho opera is, in brief, this: "The Lord Clutncdlui; of England, has re solved to marry one ot his own wards, of whom the whole House of Lords is likewise enamoured, when he discovers that his sou, of whose existence he was previously una ware, has forestalled him in the ynung lady's atrection. it is then made manifest by U KiifV, a L?.iry, that she is Vfiumv'!i.r' long lost wife, and the joung lover, who Is half and half mortal, none other than their chiid. The father relents, and on being made ac quainted with the fairy law, which reuders marriage with a mortal an ollensu punisha ble with death, in order to avert tragical con sequences suggests to thu (Juetn of the Elves an amendment of the statute. She hesitates, but as all her bauci thereupon confess that they have one and all at ditlerent times, mar ried Pukes, Earls and Lords, it is then and there enacted that for the future every fairy who does not marry mortal shall die". The Uordian knot is thus unta-d, and all ends happily." .Untie and Drama says: "Probably no other living UbrtttM could have constructed an ef fective aad interesting "book" with such lender materials as these, but Gilbert has Civen us dialogue, Impregnated with a quaint and dry humor, beneath which lies a delicate vain of satire that is irresistible, while the ingenuity of coustruction, involv lag the introduction of some most amusing episodes, is equally worthy uf note." In the first part the tccne Is an Arcadian landscape, the opera being opened by a chorus of fairies; the second scene Is laid in Westm'r.st. r Palace yard. The music is e'ju.il to ouilivan's best operatic work, and about'!?, if course. In sonirs and duets, with a nuniVr of brilliant choruses, the gems of the wo-k, however, bcinp the -j.-.'. song !"Oh, f(jolih Fur;" the (' h inn ??..;'. sonR-; the valso trio; an! the .otiflr, "De Belleville was rcjrard ('.." of tlx tvuri; of the company (which con tains a few of the famous Boston "Ideals") p'.aylnj: this wceK at tho."(irand," ChlcaRo, the rw-(' "ays: "The company has for the last week nr so been under the stajjo man tiKinnrt i f Mr. Fred Dixon, lately of the Boston Id'.-nls, and has been so drilled as to t-rlnir f'.'t the business of the piece to much better advantage than in previous perform, anccs." The company will bu supported by a oud orchestra, as usual with this com pany. Thu moon'.icht tilhts will be au induce, ment for our musical people In the neighbor ing country to cuiiiu In; especially as this ;:: protiatily be the last operatic entertain tnentln the hous- until next season begins. Bargains in men and lioy's c'.otiiiiiK for the 1,1 x? :i ".;) s, ut A. Fhank A Co.'s. Tuo Alctoriiiii-k UIuh. Tliu following dispatch to the Chicago Tri-hm-ff June 21 explains Itself, F. D. Sweet ser i1-: Co., of this clty.-beii!.' sole afeuU of the celebrated machine: HAitvr.sT has iu:-lx. an excitixu my nkau i.rjxi.Ni.TuN, ky. '-heat contest AMO.VO THE lUMlKUS. ELEVEN MACHINES MUlMN'i A I.L DAY LONO l"OK SL'I'KEMACY. THE M'l'UllHICU OlTUISTANClNli ALL ITS HIVAl.S. r fviviiiviv Kv .Tim 10. ISiii'eial.l One J.. J v ....... J .... . !.. ... It.... ... .....1..Y. l.na iv ..... ..v.-. ....... ....m -re, n s ci y or r- w aMd trial OI UlO IIIOSI lllfceiCSUIl CU'Ilia . mill im .o- under the auspices of the Kentucky Agricul. tural iV. Mechanical Association, on the farm of James B. Clav, three miles from this city. The blue-grass population was out In larga numbers, thu crowd being estimated at from l.MlO to 'J.OiiO. . . , Thu trial opened at 10 o'clock and lasted until uearjy ti. It was a warm contest, In which eleven machines were engaged, as follows: MeCorinick, Minneapolis, Walter A. Wood, Champion, Osborne, St. Paul, Peering F.levated, Peering Low Down, Buckevo Elevated, Buckeye Low Dow. As usual tho result was a signal triumph for the celebrated McCoruiick. The mdtrcs selected wero C.J. Cox, Wil liam Wood, Alexnuder Shropshire, B. T. Hume and J . V. .vicuiure. rrom uie first round It was evident that tho McCor-iiik-k was the favorite of the crowd. It never missed a bundle, never choked or stopped for repairs, and its clean cutting stood out in bold comparison with the work of other machines; besides, its width of cut was eight feet, while its rivals in contest ranged in width of cut from four and a hair to six and a half feet. The Buckeye and Peering Low Down wero complete failures. Mueh interest was manifested by the farmers in the low down machines, but ttielr sloven lv work at once brought condemnation upon i...... Tl.n lti.ortntr in dinmlifvlntr the tvinZ lllllll. .w - - 1 j r device 6eemed to have carried tho point of simplicity loo lur, as oy vae uu iuuiuu one of the requisite hus been omitted, as i,....n v tt... fr..fno.iit tnissinir of bundles. There wiis an attempt by Its agents to Dull tne usnorne inrougn; uui wncu, uwti iu havy draft, the doubletree was broken, and when in several Instances it choked and the driver was obliged to get down from his seat and tear the grain away, the crowd cried "Take it out; take it out!" Owing to the large crowd it was impossible to obtain a vota from those present; howev er, the result of the day's work was the sale of eleven McCormlek machines on the ground. Tho following testimonial from the ehock ers who followed the machines throughout the contest Is a proof of the well deserved and easily earned victory for the Mc Cormick : "We, the undersigned, followed the ma chines in the held trial near Lexington to day, as shockers, and tound the work of the McCormick the best of any In the contest. It did not miss a bundle, and tied tighter bundles than anv other machine. ". majority of the other machines threw a number of loose bundles, and several of them choked." Signed, SWFOKO CoLllWELL, SCH'lO llAYDEK, KoiiEitr Tavlou, Andukw Smith, Thomas Wakren. The shockers were the only persons present during the contest who wure capable of judging to a certaintv the tightness of the bundles, as well as of all other details, from the fact that everv bundle passed through their hands and there was no guess-work aoout, it. A large number of friends w as added to day to the host of those who stand by the King of Harvesters. Thus one by one does icir link its victories until the chain reaches from continent to continent unbroken und jmiireinable. N'o tricks nor devices can ever take away Its laurels. There is some prospect that a reunion of the old soldiers of La Salle county may be held In this citv some time this full. Now that the county fair has fallen though, would not this be an excellent substitute, and bring toucher a larire concourse of reople. The programme would undoubtedly embrace amusements, addresses, &c, and perhaps on one of tho days a sham battle, militury re" view and other attractions of like nature. The reunion If inaugurated would continue three days. Our immense stork of New Summer Suits are being appreciated by eager throngs of customers. A. Frank .v Co., the People's Clothiers. ilrtn Work'. At the Ottawa Glass Company's bottle house the worgmen are busy tearing out the ovens and remodeling the furnace, changing tho factory from a 1U pot bottle house into an 8 pot double thick window factory. It will be operated as such after next September. At the works of the Ottawa Bottle and Flint Glas Company the annual repairs are in pro- Kress, ; reparatory to opening the season in Septemb-r, at which time fins will be buii1 in both furnaces. This is gratifying, since a large addition will be thus made to the cumber of glass workers next season. The road commissioners have laid off the road east from the aqueduct bridge aloug thu canal, avoiding a dutour to the low ground. The railroad, to work up a iittiu boom on Chicago tickets, sold round trips on the 19th and 2'ith from Ottawa at one fare. On Saturday last Jacob Degen returned from New York with twenty-one fine Norman horses, which his Crm had just Imported from over the ocean. They were unfortunate in losing five on the voyage over, but the others reacted Ottawa iu good condition. Almost iiTiRiediately one of the stallions was purchases by A. Trumbo for ?3.5'0, this be lng the fourth Norman the Degen Bros, have sold to theTruinbo family. O. E. Patterson, confined in the county jail on a charge ' f carrying concealed weap ons, has been released on ball. There will be a festival et the nickon Point Church on the evening of July 4th, with coffee, sand wlchc, Ice cream, berr'.es, A;c. All tMnga wi!l t,e ready by 5 p. m. Tlili COl UTS. The Circuit Court. The grand j. try adj.iurned on Monday after an unusually short session. They returned ii indictment.-, wh'lch will keep State's At. torncy Brewer busy during the term. The indictments were as follows: Coi.V'ii.f "' Court- Jos. Downs, Win. Smith, James Prescolt, Wm. Salt:'., jr., Curl Naas, Henry I'ieters, Frank Shabley. Jlun'iifj uhd .iii-'-Mi.y Edward W. Eagan, Freeman Jones, John Harris, Geo. Monroe. AtMttti John W. Johnson, Chas. Lueck, Wm. Russell, the two latter with murderous intent. Ii'K'.r without license: Wm. Linder, Tho, and Susan Gleim, Ambrose Mary Betting, Edwaid MiddletJii, Michael Haskius, Philip Davis, Wm. Ellis, James Ward, Mich. Keely, John Pivine. On Sunday: Wm. Linder, J. A. Divine, Michael Kelly, Michael Hasklns, Jus. P.yau. To minors: Henry Ward, P. Davis. JCofiui .VwiM-0tii C. Berry, Edward Middlcton, John A. Pivine, Henry Ward, Mi'hai) Kelly, Gustcv Isaacson. Michael Huskins, James Kyau, Wm. Ellis. Cimjih'i C'o'i'"i.''' irni;r.. Oscar E. Pat terson, Edward Heiily. Twcnty.four of these cases will be tried be. fore Judge Gilbert. Jul:iiht.:m. Battenholc, Overseaming and Sewing Machine Co v Arthur Morrison, 3 14.41 ; Thomas Peterson v Ainzi F Jackson, Wm S Jackson et al, ?.W1..V; Htnriette IIox sey et ul v Joseph A Dunnavan et al, 31,121.. :13; First National Bank, Peru v The Pe Steiger Glass Co, $!S,i:!fl.4ti; The People A;c v Carl Wassamer, 3ti.r.lS; L'nloti National Bank of Streatur v Philip Sehlachter, Jacob Stoykeret ul,-510,700 by confession; First National Bank, Peru, v Jurob Knapp, jCOO.. DO; Charles M Wuldrom v Patrick Barton and Patrick Terry, JljO.S); Frank Fox v Thos Gilligan, $045. Criminal. Wm. Schoor, indicted for steal ing a watch from Peter wymau. uot guilty; James Prescott, contempt, fined 10 and costs; John Harris alias Johu Kromer, and George Munroe alias John Williams, burg lary of hurdwuru store at Marseilles, plea of guilty aud sentenced each to IS mouths In the penitentiary. The injunction against J. L. Clark, in i rxait, was dissolved with leave to petitioners to amend. The injunction against the City of Ottawa to restrain the authorities from disturbing the sidcwu'.k on Court street was taken un der advisement by Judge Stipp, mid t;o do cision was anuounced ut thu adjournment of court yesterday afternoon. The County Court. Bail has been granted Michael Kelly, Mich- ael Hasrfins, Oscar E. Patterson, Edward Ha ley uud John A. Pivine, indicted for illegal liquor selling at Streator. MeCleary v. M. Curtin, judg. rWMO. -Iu the Olllces. ' Physicians should bear in mind that there is a penalty attached for failing to make re. turns to tho county clerk's office within thir ty days of all births and deaths at which they wero attendants. A Streator M. D. one day this week returned u dozen or more birth records In a batch, w hich covered a puriodof seven months of his attendance, while other fail utterly to make any returns. marriages. Following licenses have been issued from the county clerk's office since last report: August C. Deist aud Sophia P. Knoedler. Edwarl Brown and Lizzie Mudler. Dietrich Volgerang and Mrs. Sarah Schil ling. Frank P. Perry and Velma Saltziuau. Serratius Krummuch am Maria B. Lutz Joseph L. Hathorn and Wync E. Dolph. Edwin D. Whipple and Mary A. Ames. Julius Sweitzer and Lena March. Chris. Stevenson and Barbara Anderson, Bernard E. Moran and Eliza Kamshaw. Louis Stuhl and Deliu Fuucheon. David H. Van Norman and Clara Stlnson. Joseph K. McKlnlHy and Nelllo O'Brien. Daniel W. Stone and Llda V. Alberty. John Farnsworth aud Alice A. Boylo. Michael McMaahon and Josephine Hognn. Harry E. Johnson and .etr.e is. Little. Charles II. Cook and Mattle Halyards. Alfred Bard and Lena Hagedorn. Montague J. Wheeler and Emma Martin. William Smitu and llattie Oorbit. Peter Pell and Susanna Jochurn. Ronald McNichol and Mrs. Marian Wilsnii William Conslandand Marv T. Farrell. David B. Shirland and Ellen M. Lockwoud. Frederick O Bastien and Lena hlcrdlng. Harold (i I'nderwood and Maria L Scott (ieorge F Cook and Elnora Page. George Hunt and Ella Masher. Jacob C Uudolph and Kose Lunney. John KcicLurdt and Sarah Bailey. James Ingles and Forbur E Nelson . John G Green and 'Amelia C'oulson. DEATHS. Returned to county clerk's office sin' e last report: Charles Merritt, Mendota, 00 years John B. Linsmans, Peru, 05 years. John Robinson, Peru, 54 years. Carrie Dittman, Marseilles, 25 years. Otto Sarksen, La Salle, 7 mos. Bertram Erlzenhach, Peru, tW years. Cora MrGatchey, Ottawa, tl mos. Luti well (Unman, Farm Ridge, 2o years Amos M Ebersol, Fall River, ill. Andrew Halverson. Mission, 7-!. Enoch Spradling, Mission, ti. Cyrus W Clark, Sheridan, 55. Musicians who have to purchase Instru ments will lie interested In the announce mcnt of Kimball .fc Co., on our 5t'u p.ig Mr. Thompson, local , manager promises di cidudly interesting things in his lino and it will pay for the public to examine into them The Chicago, Burlington A: (Jmncy road has published a very attractive book, cnti tied "Landscape Wonders of the Western World." It contains an interesting and vi- vid description of the various routes traversed by this line, with complete information in reference to connections and all points of in terest. The book is admirably written and finely illustrated. Tho great work of pushing a tunnel un der the English channel to connrct 'Jreat Britain with the continent i.s well under way, about a nnle and a quarter of the pre liminar boring, seven feet in diameter has been cut and there is every confidence that the work ran lie continued without serious obstruction. There are two r r more tunnel schemes but that of Sir Edward Watkin, re- terrcd to, see ni9 to be much in advance of the others. Ita cost is estimated at ? 1-i.CHK).-000; its length will be twenty-two miles. It li expected with the track to allow the passage of 250 trains each way every clay at an average speed of 45 miles an hour. "George, dear, don't you think it rnthcr extravagant of you. to cat butter with that delicious jam ?" "No; economical same a . . L. it 1 1 p;ece oi ereaa tins ict uoiu. D. M. OSBORNE & CO.'S WROVED APPLEBY w. hv,. simple iiiiirMnecii.'Xli'tilil.M,, nil. I clitm AH'I.HIY: not .mlv III. I.iit Minplltli il liv oil.em f-u o l.-ve .m.i mm, n.ii.r uii' i.uhiu.-. ... .... Knullvr iik In the Ao'U l lnl l.y dtlu-r eoniniirlci'. We lincun nir M.irhlnf the BUiDLi3 SIZER ANjj PACKER TRIP, Aii'l mvf It 1'nrkwar.l uii'l fi.rwunl ..n llm-v.t-r furtlur limn :itty oth'T liui'litne miulf. liT ltvad what Mr. with ull n,:irhii..' nutt nihiiiim. hii 1 ll,,' Mraw 1. .. Ihl. k that ).. .-an u-i lr,.u. o '..' ahe; U r her in, r th,' y r,. 1111,1 III,' i, 'hi. r.ar,''ii.riiiiiisl:iIhiMoliinra our mariiliifn ' ,,ratK Hi inula turn W,-onh'iH f.,r Mi.rhln.-a. ami will nm, tliat it will pay -v.-ry oik- i"liinit'to pui'c-liiiH.' Hin. l.-r to - it lifiorn biiyiuu. J. I. Case & Co.'s Engines. Separators and Horse Powers. w Tho,' Varliltii'C art m ,)! ktiunii tin- n.,,1 . k'k'l I Sl'I'I'I N III till-Ill. Ill,, c(iir:i,t ,'iuiv. A'. a mil mil- oi n 1 1 ny Korku im,l t 'arni'. 't,'. i " i ,achu, in,.,, im.rK,,. Cai.un,. ,...,. limvl'J " :.- 37 La Salle Street. From Serena. .June IS, lssi. Tin' funneTS liie cuiiiiiic'iiicit tocnlli vale tlioir corn. It hus ilnno wull fur tin; last wtt'k. )ir. V. Kt'itn 1ms returneil frma Flm iilii, whore lie sjn-nt the winter. Mr. J. Nh!i Htiulc.l fur Iowu on last Friday. Mr. f.eintz h L'ilnr to Milwaukee, W is., nevt TtmriiiUy j 'I'. liirtitiirer luis (jijitu a imi-ir store in our city. j Our town ftnse"8"r was mi the west side last S'lturday. I Mr. W. Mecaiuc liaul.'d 100 Ituskels !", o:it to Weitron in one wagon lant Fr'day.; The Wheeler boys have got iloiie ilaiil inir corn. j Duiry lias a fine jiiece of wintt r whfht.j Mr. Tucker, of Ottawa, win in our j neighborhood las', week. ! The lJend school is nearly broken up in I consequence of the nuinif s. TheSerciin while stot kitiL'H art; fcuxnfi to, have a giiiiie of Imt-e bull .June iM'.lt, in j We.st Sereiui. I Mr. N. l'rice ),a h': t home rnlven. The l'iiifier will be liberally riunriUd b ml-1 verliing ibi in . It the fanners will examine, their h"ies'i cars thi'V w HI tind (hint jut fom,'eto!y lull of l',n:e ll.t . Tin-O't.iwa Fia r. Tkaiiku l H.e Li-i ,ajier in 1 1 ! i r j i -. 1 have writ'c n for inai y a one, but none W'.uld jtve mc mm-Ih,'-tion b.lore. JI': With Fen and Pencil. "No, h'.r; 1 iloii'l. lu'ii, vr iic.v.ia,'iir loon r,: looif lirxlpati'il t him iiuy oil,, .r claw of 11.1:11 wl, o:,ri, tlirlr; livli.t- liy lh, :r t.r:.l 11 (," ralil Mr. A. II hiivlrlcl, Mini lr',Tol' t!,8 .,vrrtil. lli':irtlli lit of tl,,' St. I'lilll f'ioiittr- l're-n. Mill', tliom: of Hum win. ilo ilok-woik siro titii jl-t to i.tin.,i:iiir, .,r tiV wry l,:ii'l "n 1 1 . - li' I'.ff. Ill,, I Kliilll.lll." "A- for ,'V !!;,',' - '" "A fir r vam;l 1, my o i. ' :, '. I I. t', my ,lk r, th' lui'iT it i.t it in V ui-r.- Ufiv lio :i loOM'li of t('l.'L-rii,li ulrm mor u c,. i,l my t,.,.l, l..,i j .itr..at M k-hmI l.mc !., 1 .i:i.r : li. My fro'iol-' i-,S.ttI tl,U ati'l t',i' 'Icwfi ti'Iviwd t(wf. I"'t o:,ci '!:iy I ', ii'it'lit on' to nil ml.' of Pa nlciis T".vt . bii'1 ' trifillt. I loivi! i.'-vir ,,'!ori.,'i .1 irirn'iiity u-.n) ;ne In fur,'. Iiiit 1 i-li.ill ,1,'piirt from my mlr bimI .v tlmt tln-Toni,- It. ii ii iiii-ii-iy tin )y tliliiK II, it lini.i'K:, up t li ! a"! j-l. a i'i ma'-. i' a not,' of li." lh.i.'. hu! Ilif o:. . A!. ,!i--k .vorki-rfc i Th' n-p:.r it!.,i,. wl.li ! t- In ' I! i.l '.11 1! -.. P m:m- i-.'n I, r.-.Kn T'iM'- 111 li, -p-.-ifi-r I,- -ulur!'" ! -h,i.;y nmli-r 'In- nam," of l'.,i;i,f.:'s'l"M iml i-'l A on- prii.i ipi,-, ,i,-oi,'i8 an- rotntant'y , ' '.vini- tln-ir :'i totMTi' l, sn'i-t;u:ii li.fi ri-.r an., :.- i, r On- naim - of -f.iiir.-r. anl n-tislnif, r In r, a"j i:n 111..11 p ! Iiiifr.- , .ll.-ut.tm.lro-.th.- v i-..-.Iii.kt:. TliTf ii no 1 'i'iuj !,!" 1 rr. i , '- j rt it ilmn (..-.'. ami all 1,-,'t:, . ,!r ,th, wripp,-,! un-l'-r II. i- t'ln- T- K 10 '- .11 1 111 II till- (Tl IlLlln l.l, -ill .:i--.aliiri- of II;., ,i I ,, Hi 1 :l' wrapin-r. I, f I ' A I; K K I'.', l.l ii:.' If I!.'- f l, - - !llll'. - hot to of t'n- 1 III- Jul::- Assessment Notice. KiVIiW OF ASSESSMENT. ot:(p'.i her. hy al.n,tl,.l Hi" .f-ir. S'ip-n.r ami Town t'Wk .,1 Hi' to An of itfHW. In l.a sal rounty, llimol,.. will in,-. a tin- otnV.- of A. I- w-il. r.Mi.. In MM ton. "ii si n. 1 iv. On .-j'-n ov m .nii.f. 1 .), 1 -.ii,it ili fourth Moii, In? In .lin..,, f-.r tli pur-pu-- ,.,f n n-wiiiff ami rorr-i-iii,ir Oo iw-. -iii,-ni f-f . ro ll, Ttv In fal'l tu 1, f -t t!, .-i,r l.vj. Ail 1-rr-tuDt con- lilurlni.' ihnnwlv. at-vrii'r't hv a!,l a-.--",n.-nt. or IfiussELt&sori-i ftfff ff:" 18-iHlMJlffl-' wli.jwi.ll to 1 nil, plain Unit tin- pr.ip.Tljr or initti.-r lr. I llllnot., at Ihr Prohafl Coil 1.1U. '1, " "'a a. In m.i. I iMTh.pi! iii"!i', nr Iior.-hv i-ottf ,il to ajii-. ar al .il.i i-muuy, on Moinlay. tin- l't'h ,Iy of.luiy -. o t--.l. Ui--t,t..t ami how latuie anil have r-urh aa'ftAii,rht rn- J f,,r Th piirjwn or'r.it.l.riua ari ai-.-i-::at of t'..-tr tr.--.-.-.l. r.-rlliiif In tr a.intiilfctrali..ii of ai,l r-Taip tor IV No roinp'rtiiit tl,at aimtln-r fni vin U a-a--i.i tin. lo final twiil-'iii-.iil. will 1' iwtfl uinjii uriil th in-rw,a ao iva. ..1 . ..r l,i liat.il at uttaa ,i. tfl l'.'th ,la' it Jim, !-v.i. ,u:.iit. lmll haw l-ii Uolill.! of nn'li lainplaiiit. if a r. -l-t.-nt of It.. ci.ontr. town unVr tnjr 1-aLj lhl 1Mb .lav of Jiir. I-S K. P. hovi.KVV. A.-i-Amr 1 if u,r Town of Ottawa. C ri'IC'K.- Ktat or M.nv Birt.rntt.. nrr'n. 1 1 nP, , . s ... 1 i,.-r! civ.n. .: f; uml.r-Nmi,-.r m hnhy (tivi:., ttiiii tin' iirnl.T-.iin. .1. A'l- euro-.! Ailii.u, -ir.tr: t with 1 1 aiii.t,.l of 0 .aare Til ;n i.t rati ir with will anm-t.-.l oi t'n- '! nf Miry In i- f..r.. Im'i- of thr ronlitv of 1-lSali. ami tn- of Iiotmi. ili-r.-awil, alii appear In-tor.. t.'i l'rol.al-- l ...trt of aant Auiru.t Is-..!, at th Proh.it-. I'o.irt lto-,:n. In Ottawa. Ini unty .-n in1 iriir.1 Moiniav nriu in -in 'iav , 01 anid cotinfy. whn aa,l wrHrall j-A-rwina hviiia"."iaiiii- or imaml airtlnM anld r.tat. nr. t:..i:t!-- to atti;: l aii'l proent th ui in antiiiK P,r A.,ntn,lit Itatr.lt! Ir :tti .lay of Jun a t I-1 J.iM-'H HU Kiillli, . AiiniiL.Airator .:!: w:.l aiii.uc.!. mm I f.irlt nil tin' tirnrmviii.'iit ,nmct. mid put n Hln.lrri. I.v iriir.gliiuit Hi,' r nintry n not to iii',',i any iiinnrr ininium ,i,mi. ...... - ,,l ,M1). rail the ultt'iitlnn ,f tluwe I'oiitL'miilatlnit bulrm to maltc thi li . ,, ...I ..... Hay rulii'H, '' - ;, '.,.' f V . it , , i'u..o..i Kunnlnu r ,iiiimrr.ni.u, - wEED &C CO., Ottawa, lllinoi". 18 4 8. 1881. FURNITURE. The oldest House, The largest Stock, The Best Variety Of Goods in this Lin id La Salle County. VNDKUTAKINC AS USUAL. I e Want Your Trade IN THE SHOEIM. Cail and See Our Goods & Prices WK MAKE A SPECIALTY OP PINE GOODS, Ask for COUSINS' Ladies' Shoes. LurfM'st Lino of Mnlinui Priced ((mkIs in tlie Cil). CHILD & PMIPPS, 35 La Sallo St.. Ottawa. R. H. TRASK, Jeweler and Optician, 33 La Salle Street, Ottawa, " "-0"l " ""- "H'-nrj for ll.l- ritv for t!- - .M U TC's ( '('I ellfllt '! ItOCU Cl'Vstill SlM'Ct lH'It'S I nil A''i"f.;.n. TlnV lll lt tl, Olkl'it " o.t t r ) I - ' lhiiii:y.'ir.-i cthi'ti ai.il .rri rvi- On' i , -. ,,i ,l nrr very mm- Hint i.li-ji.iiui to . :,r. A irt-i !"i;:.-;t'il fr'iii. j t..M nwillni: lt to !tti . mi Farms for Sale. t'lwu. for nil''. Vr ptrtli'ii!ar lniii'.ri of It. K. LIS' i Si-vrrai n H- 1-an p. irioil nil r in m no il HLN or OK. YAM K i-inz tt l .'i-Jv'I'" l-.Ol'' I UilXMN, I.imi.i(o - I'tuh.itr Vo'irt OW. '''- . a. 1. I-.! i I'uliln-Inillr' i In'ri-liy j.-m 11 to On' In r 11 1 1 -1 nvnl r,.,,rr..-u-a,h.'. of l.i,.l Mhl.a.!'. I. into of i i-onniy. Oiat mi Momliy. tin- PO, 1i.11 of .1 1 y i. 1 ti.i. al II,,- Prohatf .lui.-.-' .-til, t. 01 I ilt;ry Court n.lniini.tta' lollilh Mn lll ,1111. ,-v, I lll P. liranl., ' S l!i PruliHl.' Court of Ml, I 1. aln ,n.I up.-l, t" - - 11...... i.,i.i.awu I-.ul!-. f0111.lv l:l:ii-r. Ifllor. o! ' I., hi, ,ii.ia ,' iv ai,i ami i.ihhii ,1 - 1 i i -i-n. I M rlmul, iIim-.-k..'!!, wlilrh a n" .I1U1 -.-liii'il. , to pro'.a,- : liy na.,1 nniit on tin- i:ill v . I A pr-1 a . 1, ), nil 1 -w. lil. ti ttin- ami nla.-f a,, lnir i"l ,.,'il r.-pr ntn 't.l.-. Kl.'l nartlciparlir l.ar Mx'mi , mnv app.'.lr ami l,,,w a,. If any tin y liavi-. wlitf .,Mti ..-0r .. aillolrUtralloU Wltll l!l al.ln-t.-l ll.iilnl L'-t In Krant.l. llati-,1 at Ottawa, lil . tli!. i'.-t 'lin of .linn- I. r. 13. A T ll KT(-1. JunJ3 3w ClrrW o I'm I'roi.a:.- touit. L'lNAL KKITI .KM hNi FT-rn a or I AlHKar li. Krai-, t.a . Ik, i.. . , ,,.-n P irlvcn to all 1 1 rM-ro!l moim ii,lcr"l'U In .-i!,t --.a!. tn-it tf unilrr.lrfr,-,!. V.xri ilturi. of tin la.t hii an I I .l.inn-nl of Mill Al'wrt ti. ltr-. tir..ilia-.. H'ln -ir lf..r. Oif riiliAtrCnrt of tin- rolinlv if I -I - .1 . 11,1 .lair oi U 111 I AM P. KFK. i.i.k;:i . l;r K. ATT-T A T Ha KTII . (Trk Prohan Court. LaSai: C . 1:1. l,orl.it. 'i rr i ': F.r .t a. -r C11 1 1:1 . I'-1 irtimiirr. ,,l lirl.- II. .. W .-r . '1-if . ',., .-f f ' i.. :n, v of Iam: .nj .:kie ,,f I . n ..a. ilt-i .il. :.l i- -r- r- tt' 1 rorntt.- Court - ! - I r..ti,iT '.i,-t tn Jiith ilav , of Aui: :-" ,'r ' nirt .r.-ali il tat , writing K...m In oit-iAA, n : ... t.' l r.n hat ir i-' .Hi,. wr -10 a- noiiti.U I.. r. i.'l a: 'I .-' ' for a.l'u-ttut,i lmt. th-r ', -tli Pit "f J ii' - Imiiti til. a o : ItJIit'-lW A .t JLC. BI. 1 1 KIMBALL CO., Cor. State and Adams Eta., CHICAGO, The Largest Piano anA Organ House in the United Slates. HAVE Ol'KNKD A RANGH HOUSE In Ottawa, 111. J. Hill THOMPSON. Manager. OwiuR to our inability to wHin'uiub' roin:w at tU" CLIFTON HOTEL Until Sept. 15th, Win I, we will '-rii.y one of tho line hrirk MwVs now In conn-,' of cniriu'tloii, o,n'.i,' t) - p.itoU-e, lii'ii: i Kill i.prii mi t!,,' Hin-i-t hihI lno"t complete stock of PIANOS AND ORGANS Kcr liroiiKht Into the comity. At our Cltf. on Hotel I!i,ms, from now till Sept.l'tU 1SXJ, we will oiler the unrivalled AND TMK CEI.KHUATEH JJ And to Introduce tlu ni to the rltizena of Ot tawa and vicinity WILL SKLIi AT WHOLESALE PRICES! Kor rarli : ami Hnl,t ilulVrcnri- on lliollMily payiiK'iito. Reud what the lead ing musicians of the world say of our Instruments: From the moat Iiistiiiauh'tnt iriuiitti oj Hie i'rin filial L'hurehfH (if ( hictitjo. riili'AfiO, ll, L.. bi'iit.ilx. Mi. W,', tlic mi,!, 'rn:fi'il. lake hli'iiMin' in ti nifvlnu to llio MipiTlority of On' Kniiliall ( iiyiiii'. hk iiiorltliiK tin: ,'Xi i'ili'Ht r,',u iitloii tin y I, uvi: oliiniiu'il. Iioinu coin pli'tiMn thi-lr iiii'rhiiniKiii. with woiwli rful IxHiiiy f lone uin I i'iiiio Ity lor c.!ir.lon. Tiny liolit ii high ,lnn' iiinoiiK II, b iiiiiiiiil:n luri'r of tin' worhl. Wt- cor llnlly r (j , 1 1 1 1 1 ' l , 111, 'li, to your fi l. t.a ui:,l 'Hlroi, I.ol ls KAl.K. f)ri-iiW C nil u Park .ittrr.-t;:itl.Rn rl.iiiTli. A v. M, cai;I:K... Mh",l,ll In ue hi'lm opal Cliun'h. H. l'Afl.. Oiyunii-t Noli,' 1 inn, p. Soii'h IW iiil, In, I. i.i vi AVi n v, iia.AMiKi:. OriritTiit Hf. Ain:.ir(,' t liurrh. .1 W. M UI. ( iriinlKi rhnii'hof iln Mesial,. ( . K. lih.VSol 'S. ( r:n'.Bt Trimly Ki'U.:,,i-il I I,. ,in! .Irwi-li SynaK'ili'. t'rum Ciiai'jn M ul VolifJ'. I ll I : .c. I i.l... pt. 'A lSW. I M.nyrnttilitti von iiin tin; i iuti.i'iil ,.H,'i'ta you Imvi' ittinltn .l Iu tin' iimhiil.K-fiiri' if f.itrl.ir ui.,1 rlmpi'l oriMii". 11,-li.ir fiiniilliir ill. On' vuri'iii- noiki' of Ku ropi' mill All rrlru. I k linw of no llt,lll. ' l.l oi Hi I'iim Unire M.'itti-lHi torv II, Mil III,' KUnl.al! IO.,ti 11, --piriruliy joins K. IH.H.I.I'. I'ri'f't. From J. .. Iltitlitiinlt, I'm' nf fmiio nr.il IlintiirynJ M m li', I All K;,o lll.ii'i,( ' Oil Mtobv W. W . K , mua l.l. . Co. : 1 1 r 1,1 I' ll n li ll luo. la i n my ptUl'-tlo lo ,'Mlllllno ioiiii.,. jour iii-a i!i-oI' I'lolorai il i I .f! nritu", ami I n.iir,' you I an, MirprW 'l ul Ha- pr-rt.-i-i l.iri you havo ntlall nf. 'I In loin-i-.nnlni,uti..,ii ;,i,il In-auty ol ili-lu'n mil p i,- i,n Oiuot I lu w in. I w ; h l.uro , or thin country iVltinji yu , oi,tim,,',t mi,t, '.m, I riMiiam. i,',y (P ar ir-. i,,i'-L (Tilnido, I'ii-. 'i .1. J.'HATISTAKDT. C'nyij nf the fommltitt'i Aviorf (f tht il UiM'Ottt tlttlr t iur, .f fii'.t r. 1-'. TIih n n hu 1 1 1 i i' on I'Umi fl, IMM-Pa, II i Klin1 Artm, l,i( i ivi'in n'port tlio awnril of nri pri'i,,:uiii anj i!i,:r imalal to tin 'K I M H M.L" Ori.:tii .,r tin- I'ollow Imi r'iu.iiiii: pur rli'tnit ami ouailty of foi-.,'. wlilrti pi-nolli ori'l,,'t: al i irnin lo In- iil.ialin-il Bimt'ur t. tlioHi' of a pi i it. orlinn : for plru'Hin'r of ,iiicn aiol llnl-ih of t ain? anil oiher li.i-o'iiloi-.-i iiiM-ntlon-. of alui'; chl,:f of tin-",' laio r uro tin" im'itin,l t'V Inch Mi" I..1 wurkd i on an ,'1',-,'iitrte In -.in-li a loaiunr it-t ri,at.i--i It to !r' opi ri or -.!.ut Py pra-pno: ll al iiny oiut ; a.o tin pnt-,-iit pt'ilni -.irHp ro!ir, -A hirh nro -.u ,-oi,-ini,-I,',l an lo pra u, ali In oi., Hi-ariiioiif . A in .On-r ri-iwon ll On pa, ,-nl p:'n flock whli li aiio1-. On- iri,i-.H pum ti p:wlri'-Iv iitroiikjli l!n' ri'fl l.o.oil. hio! a-t pr,-v,-ni-i any po i' ;!iy ' f 'l,t from pasi,,,i tiir.'.in;!i on l!n: r, If.,' .i)'.,,' of w I. a 'i ili nil'..,; n ppari-fi' tiiu.j, .iri.f s i. i.l mpakii, ( Imiriiuii. I'IPiK. II. I'. .I,,M..-. PlioF t- i; kkvn,, l ,s. i ir'anli-t Tr'.n. 1 p I. li. A .!' lit, ii:vi-iic. Cliloiio. ... f,' "K:inha:" orein on rron i-nt of it- i-:.i-- In tin W. -t. iif ai,y oih.r in ' - r'liiijjd Tin' pl um hall Co. 1- .-m fy r.i"ir.-ti .1 1: . an I ol-tf lll 'oii.( :;i -t , , oi o -Mi r f. 1 V 1 W. W. Kim 1 ai:-l hoiior-lij. r firman . - r --.'.-l or. im u;.r.r l:ke tho Kin.!-. io. W. IV K 1 M II I.l. I n. ari" pll-.lllllf till I : in-1 i.t 1- .. . vi 11 .1 a , an, - 1 11 a.iili- . itv ,--li:-;, j rra-t, . 1 fi. an- I1!!lii-ome .11 . ::n a.. . i.t Pfi'i-otriolua. 11 ifton, -in Kr ,: , w ii ili-l M I 1am' I l'y. Wuil- "r.-ari a': tlol, In III Ii, y ,-,.i .w 1 ,r ,, r.t 11. 1 lo ir ,,r.,li ii'a'i'.t',, t"r ta-.l to Ha ut- '!' 1 , a par : : y. hii-1 1 !i an .u.I nut of ovi r forty orizai.t-!!)- r,i. 1 in- 1', ,- N'-cj, iii w.:Ii - r-icri, A . '.'' '.M.ll Ifl .1 .'10. .1!.. I '- j , I t'.e Wiai. iiw.f r-.'"i.jt. iv.rr, .Vic 1' ! I ' ny. W. W. KPiil.a!! i'o 'a in"A 1 1'iran maimf i.'tory 1a tiirioi, --ut ahoui .i :' n iifl ,)t(.-Hi. p. r -rk. wl'ilrli p aa :i am ,1. On-., ."l;:a: itiai.ui'.wti- i 1, auf t!.e wurlX I'X.'KIA, Il L, W W. K 1 a iHLi. I ... : ..,'ntl. nn n-In r. i'v to jonr 'a,.r m in,- ;,.th in-t.. la r.-i.Ti'mtotheori!cuI report on 'rtf-iri of II:. II luolA Mat-- Ka:r, wo', ,1 -ay: Ttl K:inl.a.l . ir-.-an wa aAaril,'il ih- l'i r. r Phk at 1 over a lar. nu:i,','-t 1,1 . .inp.-i:iora a o.m Hh. r Ok.an . Ki-T-pei tfuiy tr. tMiiiieJ.i AD A IK & BUOWS". Tti m.-i-hanU-al .ir.:rin tpui of te 'Ki!iiha!:"Oivaa r.'mlnt It no I..: Mr I'.r ttit in u. l-e forw-1 tut of luce. fin J M imnj .r.i;, Fiont I'. .If a i, ili Cuurier, M'tr fort. The notn-.-a' le p..li,: of ounrrturitT in the "K'nitiaT i rirt:i ar- .'i.-i:.iiy , r tou. ti. (4uti'kD.M of Arnculatioti. iiio..t,in.-Att anj fu'.:nM of ton?, and uu riiua ul iapa.it) of epr,ioi;. Every Jlachine fully Warranted for from 5 to 7 years. JCLIFTOX HOTKL 15ASEMENT OTTAWA. ILLINOIS. W. V. KIMBALL GO. J. UIU. THulaPSOS. Manac.ie. lallet, Davis & Co. nanos, Wall Pianos.