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55 if) VOL. 45. OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1883. NO. 3. 4r THE GREAT nnnr U y hut IN PROGRESS H. . To which your attention is now directed. DRESS GOODS, The whole of the stock, including the latest novelties, will be offered AT CHICAGO PRICES. SHAWLS. Any Shawl in the stock that suits you, a special price will be jjiven. HOSIERY. Overloaded slocks in Eastern markets is the cause of this break in line Hosiery. Avail yourself of this opportunity. GLOVES. Gloves share the same fate as Hosiery. Look over the stock. The goods are ours the price yours. CLOAKS. Any garment out of this stock will be specially reduced to any buyer. CORSETS. Special prices made in these goods to clear out the w hole stock. The best Corset in the world can only be found at Gfllen's Ottawa Agency. A new idea. Come and see it. A lot of slightly soiled now offered at 25 cents. PARASOLS. 500 Parasols must be sold this week. Your necessity is our pleasure to meet in style and price. Don't forget that. WOOLENS. Any gentleman or boy who desires the material and trimmings to make a first-class suit, at lower prices than ready-made clothing, can be supplied with goods guaranteed to you. HOUSE FURNISHING. Housekeepers who stud' economy combined with style now have an opportunity to replenish their house-fittings and save lots of money. CARPETS. The great slaughter in this line continues, to make room for new stock now on the road from the manufacturers. ZEE. 0". CILXjEHST. Telephone No. 57. DEALERS IN Staple mil Fancy Id) 23 La Salle Street, OTTAWA, ILL. Every Family in La i Salle County. Whether now trading In Ottawa or not. are respectlully INVITED TO GALL AT THE ABOVE STOBE Ant Lean Prices anil Examine Goods. A FULL WUAHANTEE That the Stock 18 First Class in Every Re spect, and Sold at BOTTOM FIGURES. We Keep a Full Stock of the Best Grades of FLOUR incixdisi; BURKE BRO'S ghkehes ,VMflr Milk " nf ,i.,wl theCUal' McK t0 t!, chl,dre"' wai"U,"j C101 .11MS, Ol UIldWd,;of,un The .MilUH'SOta FlOUI, Ami the Bet Rrsndu fruin oilier mills. Highest Prices Paid for Farmers' Products. l'lew lve n call when In the c!tr. ir send your orders bjr mail, telegrnph or telephone, and tliey will receive PROMPT ATTENTION. BURKE BROS. Ottasr Au(. SO I SR. 1 bILLENS, FQR SALE Sawdust, Kindling-Wood and Shavings, at King's Box Factory, I near the Lock. Telcph one 149. HACK LINE. ISO. tklki'iionk. ISO. PETER EGAN jwuiiM rvHpeetfiilly anntiiinen to the citizen of Ottawa jitnd vicinity tlnit'lx! Iihh line nf the cliohcut Livery Stock iu the city, at thu City Stables, such sa the i Latest Styes of Hacks, Carriages and Buggies, to 1st at prion to salt thetltne. l'artln. wertdlmt, funeral, picnics, fee, supplied with good rig on short notice. Funeral In the country or adjoining: town promptly intended to. iVnmn taken to and from the iieitoot, or loinecouniry mirniorony. w iwineniner the place nn Main street, east of aide cut. one mock weei i ni'W cuun noue. ithicb r,up. How to Keep from the Sun, The tea man will again today give as an "extra" an elegant flowered parasol, lea tea for everybody. Don't forget tbo beat corsot for 50 cents in the citv Is at Hull's. The "Mascots," of Ottawa, and the "Browns," of Jollet, have played two games of base ball within the past week on Satur day at Jolict, score 15 to 10, and Thursday tn this city, score 10 to 3, both In favor of the "Urowre." ' Puffery. i Nothing can oe more oflensivcto conscien tious journalism than indiscriminate puffery. I Hut It Is a pleasure to speak candidly and :o'irrcctly In praise of such a medicine as i Hunt's Kcmcdy for the kidney, bladder, I liver ar.d urinary organs; a specilic and posl j tive cure that has been before the public forj twenty five years, and has rescued from sut ferlpu' atid"tho grave even the victims of Bright' Disease. The facts in regard to Hunts Remedy, the L-rcat kidnev and livt-r medicine, are attested by high authority. of atioiit 30:), went to Marseilles on Thursday, on a picnic, and all had an enjoyable time. Venily the entire company went by boat UD.r J i ; . J I Solomon K. NoW", Dessclm, 111 , suffered for years with itching piles and was uaMe totind relief until he used Cole's Carholi- jsalve. It is the best salve for burns, cuts. res, and anything that needs to be healed. The school board will certify to a tax on ! this district of i),i)0 1,000 less than last jjear. VRIg Thieves -2. Dysnepsla and debility are two big thieves; thev creep In and steal our health and com fort before we know it. Let us put a atop to their invasions with a bottle of ISnrhyk IiUl Bitter, to be bad at any drug store. LiYery&FeeiiStablB Summer .Sale Fall Arrival Tbo great summer sale at II. J. Glllcn's, which has been In aueh successful progress for a few weeks past, continues to oiler unex ampif J bargains In seasonable goods In all de partments. No sale In Ottawa has attracted so much attention or met with so great euc ce68. It will continue for a short time- long er, and the greatest Inducements will be of fered to clone out the stock before the bulk of the fall stock arrives. The new remnant counter has been a lead ing attraction for buyers of summer goods, and still the line of bargains is unexhausted. Goods are sold without regard to cost, and buyers will find it advantageous to call. AllltIVAI.3 THIS WEEK. Large line of flannels. Large line of blankets in white and col ored. The finest scarlet blanket ever shown In Ottawa for the money. Largo line of domestics. Bleached and unbleached muslins. 10,000 yards standard prints to be eold at value. 50 pieces dross style ginghams ut new prices. C'AUl'BTS. Now ttvltis coininir daily. Mock second to none: new curtains mid curtain mutt-rials, all ut reduced prices. All invited to call and Bee the bargains of fered. You can't appreciate the real fact In the case unless you examine for yourselves. Fine. Dure Ice cream. Ices and hutidsome cakes, ut Waltiieu's. Mr. Peck, the contractor, finished Sher wood's artesian well at the opera house block yesterday, a fine flow of water having been obtained at the usual depth. The work was completed without any breakage or serious obstruction, which speaks well for Mi. Peck and his men. Neelt's Stallions, Byron, Henry Clay, Woodbury and Imported Intruder, will make a fall season at his place In Ottawa, 111. Go and see them. Call at B. H. Trask's and have your eyes tested, and see if you are uslug glasses that arc suitable. He has purchased a very vaia able instrument, known as the Johnson Patent Dioptric Eye Meter, for the purpose of testing and fitting the eyo correctly. A perfect fit guaranteed. Spencer Is still selling good goods within the reach of all. Call and see his prices be fore buying. All persons knowing themselves to be in debted to tbo late Dr. Campfield will please call at the office of C. Griggs, Esq., and set tle their accounts. T. H. Coleman has just received a fine iboroughbred Jersey bull, "La Premier," No. 5,834, A. J. C. C. Herd Register, four years old, which he proposes to keep for ser vice at his homo In Fall Kivcr township. Farmers desiring to breed to this excellent stock should avail thetnf elves of the opportu- nity. Pasturage: heifers, $3 per month; milch, cows free. Services of La Premier, 5.00. This Is a fiuo animal and a successful breeder, the Jerseys being acknowledged the beet dairy stock in the country. Fresh oysters, soon, at Walthcr's. Our sanctum was illuminated on Tuesday by the countenance of Charley Stow, ai'ant rourrirr of Barnum's Hig Show, which Is to be here on the 30th of September. Bum urn no doubt owes much of his success to his skill in the selection of his employes. He could certainly rake the conltntnt and find no better man in his place than Charley Stow. Genial, jolly and sharp, he does busi nees in a business like way, and leaves every body In good humor. The muses, so gentle and sweet, Have sent us "commission" to say What'cr to our notion was meet, Of our goods, In poetical way. The muses and ladies alike are In Harmony, beauty and grace, And we, let us say, us a star 'Mong them have a prominent place. And with us, meaning all three, Our prices and goods correspond. No admission, exhibit is free, And we wish everyono to respond. Our prices, welt, there yon save money, Though naughtof our brethren we'd say; But of them we don't know of any Who give goods so nearly away. A. Lynch. The Young Ludies' Library Association, of this city, have been given Room 3 in the court bouse, located to the left of the La Salle street entrance, for the accommodation of their library. No one should forget that at Burke Bros., the grocers of La Salle street, Is the best place to bnv srrocerics In La Salle county. They have a fine stock of the best good., and always give abundant satisfaction to u!l w ho trade with them. Highest market .ii-- raid for country produce. Remember thu ; place, west of the court hoiiM', telephone. or order by There will be a feMival at the residence of L. Ntiller. Grand Rid.-, her ell t of Pr-rliy-! 10.11, ill w iin:u .iiiiu 'tu uv-r-, .... ................ other refreshments be served. All are1 - u""0 iuc'i. i . . When in the city cull at V:th r, and see ,v.s.f, .,4,. -'- ' . Regular Convocation of S;hah!iiiiiat'hap.;f:initly." Alva linckiiev, .no'T' , ter will be held on Wednesday evening, Sui. 1.1th. Work nu tli? hmrk. A fraternal invita tion extended to visiting companions. W. L. Mli.l l'.N. H. P. A. M. HorrMAX, Sec. i Fleminif "4:1 Blue Island avenue, I HI . says: : -I tro-n'. Iron Nttr?. I. tln I ever ued for dySpepSia." ' 1 r . i.,t.i.-...in Ja:te Jhirago, the best Travel on Columbui street bridge hai been stopped for a day or two on account of re pairs, rew fHor, Ac. Ottawa. Aurora .Vw j: "The American Tea Co. In its western branches la booming. Here and In Ottawa extra presents are belnir given. and the whole of next week the Ottawa branch will please Its patrons with beauty's beauty. The lecture of the Hon. B. G. Xorthrup, of Connecticut, at the Opera Ifouse on Monday evening was attended by some 300 of our most substantial citizens, and beard with deep Interest. The speaker Is an enthusiast on the subject of rural Improvement in cities and villages, and said much of the success of such associations as our Home Improvement Society in numerous eastern cities and vll. lages to give great encouragement to tlio or ganization here. Indeed he thought there were few cities In which such a society ought to accomplish so much at so little outlay as In Ottawa. Our location was unexcelled, our drainage perfect, and the city was espe cially favored lu the purity and excellence of Its water. He made many valuable practical suggestions which it is hoped will not be ov erlooked, and at the close was tendered a hearty Vote of thanks. Wultber, whoso renown as a caterer is not confined to La Salle county, has secured privileges at the race course next week, and he will bo on hand with full supplies of everything to make a hungry crowd happy incuts, bread, pies, cakes, Ice cream, lemon ade, fruits, Ac. Hot meals or lunches for any number can bo supplied on Bliort notice. He also has the exclusive privilege of pro vldlng lunches and refreshments at the grove at the tlmo of the Old Settlers' Picnic, on the ltd, and as In years past he will be fully pre pared to meet any demand that may bo made on his tables. It will not be necessary for any to bring their dinners on that day that do not especially deslro to do so, as he will have ample accommodation for all. Everybody should attend lho Races next week and don't go in a lumber wagon or old "democrat," but call on J. E. Porter and get a new, stylish buggy at extremely low prices. . Will open next week a new line of kid gloves (fall shades). Very elegant assort ment. Come and see them. W. II. Hi ix. Some new things tn dress flannels next week at Hull's. Hull's Hull's Hull's for for for Ribbons. Ribbons. Ribbons. A better assortment than anybody. Best ice cream for breakfast, dinuer, sup per, family parties, picnics, surprise parties, dances', concerts, Ac. Flue, pure goods and cheap, at Walther's. Special Train. During the races next week a special train will leave Paw Paw at 7:10 a.m., passing Eurl at 7:47, connecting with trains ou the main line of the C, B. & Q., and arriving at Ottawa at 8:50. Returning loaves Ottawa at 0:30 i m arriving at F.arl at 7:3s and Paw Paw at 8 o'clock. Whistling and stamping by the gallery audiences at the Opera House has become an unbearable nuisance, and Mr. Sherwood has determined to put a stop to it. On Wednesday evening there will be a bouquet social at the residence of Mr. Henry Peck, South Ottawa, for the benefit of the church and Sabbath school. All parties visiting the races ure Invited to call at Spencer's and get a pair of those fine low shoes at (1.75. The examination for the vacant cadetshlp, held In this city last week, has resulted in the selection of Fred I). Evans, son of Judge Evans, of Ottawa. John F. Madden stood secoud in the class, and will bo selected as alternate. Walther will keep the best refreshments of all kinds at the Old Settlers' picnic, Aug. 33, at the lowest prices. Jos. Watts has a lot of full blooded South down ram lambs for sale; also four 1 year old rsuis of the same breed. Indian- Ponies pok Sai.k. I shall have seventeen head of line Indian ponies In the pound near the Engine House In Ottawa on Wednesday and Thursday of next week, Aug. 15th and 10th. They are In good con dition and will be sold ut a bargain. 1). Wksnkk. Deer Park seems to be growing in favor, and this year the number or visitors Is if any thing greater than ever. The excellent man agement of the (ilen Is commended on all sides. The enterprising firm of Hood A: Co., are doing a rushing bunine;. in Hood's Sarnapa. riila and Hood's Tooth Powder, both well kin.n ur.d atutn-cia'.'d lV thousands who have tested their clhVacy. The .SarsHparilla . . ....... .I...r..l .......... ....t m.tu ... II. ia , ity. liit in various part of New F. upland, w here i's tn r it- an: known. .'.'. ''.' ' ' j Rev. Madison J. Peters will preach in the Prcrbyteriun church tomorrow at 10:30. Sur ject : "Is Death the End of us?" In the ----- Uoi ke.l Womlrrn. -.My .UuaM-r v.-us very io ou on nerouni. r. II.. 1 '.. lu.e liiniis Sii tutu . y, w;rl,.'i i hn- m l,r. J,j.f..ur .( f the bovs was cured f sore throst. This mcdiem has worked wonders in our New lorK. Rev. Madixn t Peters will deliver bis lecture, "The Ideal Wife," ut L tica to night, and at Seneca Aug. 1.1th. r...i v I'lmvFv It Is easily t.rovcn that malarial fever, constipation, torpidity of the ! liver and kidneys gener.l debil t,T. neouv j new and neuralgic ailmenU yiM rc.Jh o thia great disease connuerer. Hop Hitter. It reoalr th ravage of dieae by convert- ing the fr"d into rich blood, and It gives new life ad vigor to the aged ami inflrm al- 13 " 3 rl hr (ft a Q r I f" H f"rt y rr n VI CO w m ftn C- rH I I I We desire to call the attention of all lovers of (Jood Hread to tlie 'Siher Cloud" and "Hungarian" brands of Flour, in aim fact ii red by us. These Flours are made from the choicest wheat that can be procured. JJy a scientific admixture of No. 1 hard Minnesota spring wheat with the winter wheat, we produce a Flour pos sessing all tho advantages of each kind. The "Silver Cloud" is worthy of its name, and makes the whitest of flaky loaves, though it is especially adapted to pas try, biscuit, rolls, etc. The "Hungarian" is our great est and best known brand, because it is the great bread making flour, producing as it does a white, moist, nutty flavored loaf. Ask your grocer for either brand. You w ill be well pleased. COTTON. DAWEll & HAMILTON. THE LARGEST 11 Itl LA SALLE COUNTY. The Largest and Fastest Presses; Nearly 300 Styles of Type; Stereotyping Outfit. ALL KIND OF WORK, PROMPTLY Unetiuailed Facilities for Book Work. Pamphlets. Catalogues. Wood Cut Printing- Legal Printing. Abstracts. Arguments. Blanks. Wedding Billets, &c-. &c. &c New ant! low Prices on Commercial Work, with New Styles Paper. WK (1'AHANTKK FREE TRADER JOB ROOMS. sit lw . a So ffl w H rt OD r I W n O vv fT Qj h u d p? U M . O 0) M 5W Q.g O V "J "2 M IN BLACK AND COLORS, EXECUTED. SATISFACTION.