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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; ; SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. 1883.
8 Hank Mock. Following are tbu names of owner of stock io the national bunk of this county, v. 1th us lossed and par value of the slock: KAT. CITV HANK, OTTAWA L. II. F.auu', Ottawa ,30() shares L. C. Allun, ..Mt. ... ..IN). ... ..UK).... ..M).... .. ::o.... J. U. Cutou, 11. V. Eames, Chicago. V. 8. Karnes, " Utile T. Eanifcs, " Assessed value 10,000 ; loo.iiuo I'ar value. uri.uK vT 111VK. fiTTAWA w ni,wlii,..n Ottawa l' shares II.' M. lUuilltou, " j y " Jehu Urunda-e, Marseilles. Ann Armour. Oltuwa k. D. Lyman, " V,". C. Moore, " 1. (fat'e, Brookfleld S. W. Ruvmutid, " E. V.Urlirs, " L.ircnzo l.elauil, V.. II. Swift, " V.'iii. Culleii, " tAleslia Miller, " 1'. V. Hook, " V:-s. Doming, .Streator,.... V. I.oekwood. Ottawa, ..1J0. . ..100. . .. .. , . .. .. til.. .. .V). . .. -10.. .. 40.. , . U). . . :jo.. . :s. . . :jo.. . 10.. . lo.. . 10.. V. Kiehclberfer, Serena ; K t. of J. lloxejr, " V,'w. Hiomus, Lockport .itv vit IUVK. LA 6AI.l t:. i 'i' r, ..... i..iirfniM '') shares V C Hrown, La Salle A .1 O'Conor, " ..loo .. so . .. 0 .. 10 .. ) II 1) lirnwu. II It EUatiss, " I i; Waiiklna " .1 M Welch, ,v U II Coutant, " A .1 Hartshorn, " Ii Murtauirli, " Y II Whipple, " Ww Heed, 11 J t; Urown, " 0 DIoRterwet;, " J W Duncan, Ottawa !..lin CuthberUoii. l.a Salle. M 40 10 4 10 10 W So 11 M I'arks, J.a Moille 10 .Vurray Dlanehard, l'eru, .1 Hrown, La Salle -'" It It lirown, " 1'' Assessed at 11$ Per cent; par vilue, $100 a tL:ire; market value, '.)". 1ST NAT. IIA.NK, I.ASA1.I.E. Kobt UrcKjr, I 8ttlle 10 shares V. Hi Mitchell, " 1 C'luis Hruner, " ' ,1 it Corbus, " W !icht.el Hyrne, " 1 I, 1) Ladd, Teiu M Kcnuedy O'llrlen, La Salle 'JO I.-jkc H Norrls, La Moillo IS) .,.eph Allen, " i;l:o M Murphy, La Salle (ivto V Teel, I' ilea Y Iwin A Howen, Mendota Win U Keoves, l'eru Irac.y Kecves, Princeton A It Kendall, " V in L Norrls, Arlington Ulm ii A lilanchard. l'eru...-. I . nits Keriilis'in, Pueblo, C'al . . . F.t'.ia Stetson, Xt-uonset, III Llishu W. Fassett, La Moillo 1' Hrown, La Salle Vm C Urown " F.uAiu A Mow en, ex'r, Mendota. 10 !J0 M U'aJ 20 10 5 ;;o so .10 no 10 iirs Hannah Kandlett, " ... - MTHEATOK NAT. HANK. F.iijiit hundred shares; face value, if 100; irurket value, assessed value, f:i.). ( iiasC Karle, Aurora IS shares V.'in J Watson, Chicago 15 II 11 Kvaus, Aurora 10 j M Miller, " Sarah M Harr, " W L)diaA tiaiduer, Aurora :W Alex J ltarr, 3 Vnj F Hrldceinan, L S Army 2.) V, in II Miller, Streutor l' Alfred Miller, " "1 X Mclntyre, Kansom 10 W H Lukliis, Streator 10 1) Heensn, " 10 Mrs J S Evans, " 1" i:.rt P Nichols, Denver, Col 5 M J Luther, Streator M V Kichards, " 1" V,' s Cherry " 1 IMph I'lumb, " 1IW Uura M l'lunib, Denver, Col 5 Manila F. I'lumb, Streator 400 Alvin X ltarr, Aurora I Em in ft A Ford, " ' Ko'.t Miller, Detroit. Mich M UNION NAT. HANK, STUEATOK. One thousand shares; face value, $100; maiket and assessed alue, each to. 1 Htsainl I'lumb. Streator tlV. shares d S Kichards, " A li Moon, " I M Sawyer, " L 11 I'lumb, : II l'iiiher, " Pane Ames, " I Ea'leh, " Kirkpatrick, " .1 T Hirdwell, J .l.ii Funk, , e Johnson, " V Itlchardr, " 1 W. F.a.lef, 1. w'.t, F (ilelm, .J, is jexlon, " I. Scliarfellber, '' .107 . 50 . :;o . 20 . 10 . 10 . 10 . 10 . 10 . 10 . 10 . 10 . 10 . 10 . 5 . 5 . 5 F Heiikendorf, J Horn, " M ( rafs, " t DefelibaUKh, " jJ as V Stephens. '' ' K1I1ST NAT. HANK, M A KsEI I.I.E-i. Fivj hundred share of llOJeach; assessed vilue, A Itruce. Marseilles .Mi) shares A llruce, trustee, Marseilles U. I t.ajfe, Brooktleld N) M Manna, drand Kapids M V.'iu E llawas, lWunlCKton, Vt 45 J N Chappie, Marseilles 25 A D HulUrlield, Kutlaod 20 lieo L Thompson, Orand lttpids.. 20 I' rry E Chappie, Marseilles 20 Nat Fleming, Rutland 11 LG Douglass, " 1" V. H Crlder, Otter Creek 10 L W Conard, Miller 10 t ame Doaelass, Sufford, X. Y... 10 Koxana P Bolles, New Havtu, Ct. . 10 V. J Bennett, Marbles I) Hard, " '' V, a Morey, " L II Splcer. " 2 A X DwUK'.ass, Allen 2 rilll KAT. HANK. EXyTA. One thousand shares of HWeacL; messed vilue, $), Edwin A Boweo, MendoU VA shares Llewellyn Mark I'.llroT A McKey " 24 V.'m Truman, " ''' Mary LGllIord, " 25 Fulton Gilford, " 25 Leonard B Merrifield," 24 lieo Wcorklns, " lr' I: II Kugitles, " 12 Win Knglcs, " Marshall H Otds, Chlcaeo 40 Vrs E B Newport, Mendota VI Mrs Caroline Newport, " 4 F Stourterifer, Clarion, Bureau Co W Watson Freeman, Mendota Joseph Allen, La Moille V Iaac II XorrU, " E W Fasaclt, " ' Mrs A Banaa. Tonlca 24 A R Kendall, Princeton II ...... Elisha Fassett, Canon City, Col M Wm Norrls. Arlineton H Eugene C Dane, Mies, Mleo 4 YwoDg Settlers. Tbe list given below are the names tor- warded to C. J. Sklnwr, of U.1 city, of rersotia bora in La Salle county, at lea&t for the organization o4' a Young Betllcrs' Association ol the county. Tney aro now requested to meet at the Supervisors' room in the court bouse at 2 o'clock p. if. nei Thursilay, the day of the Old Settlers' Pic me, August 2oI, for tho purpose of com p'.elmg the organization. All others inter ested in tho proiuct aie Invited to bo pres ent. Following is the list: Georio (iAllowav. Fall Uiver; E. P. niuiuuck. Vtrmillionville; J as. Collins, Ottawa; Gilbert H- Hrown, Dayton; C'has C. Eaton, Deer Turk; Kobt. J. Wallace, I'tica. Win, Ilaynes, l.a Salle; George llowlnnd. South Ottawa; Albert .Mater- holer, Ottawa; W. II. JhiKett, Ottawa S.4inuel IticlioU in, IloMerman's Grove Iknj. Lewis, Serena; Win. I!. Clayton Jrtr Park: John S. Clayton. Deer Park ( has. .1. Skinner. Dayton; W. W. Calkins, Faun Hidge; Mary Jane Painter, now wife ol I.. S. Green, Hruee; .loliu U. Armstrong ne;ir Morris; IJobt. h. Skinner, Seienu Dan E. 1'arr, John T. Parr, Henry K. Purr, David I'lUer, Kutland; Ceo. U. Sharer llruce; Geo. 1). Shaver, A. F. Dunavan, Cyrus Debolt, Elizabeth Dunavan (now wile of (,'vrus Deboln. Geo. W. Lamb, O. D. Walhridgf, Hutland; Geo. W. Purr, .Manlius; Jesse Grove, Lucien irove, Dan Grove, Hutland ; Win. Trutulio, Fall Uiver; Sn-phun Kleiber, Mat Debolt, Geo. D. Shaver, Hutland; George Wayward, James Armour, Louisa Pembroke, (wile or lhos Pembroke), Ottawa: J as. Shaunnesay, Deer Park; Joel Carter. Earl; George E. Lonng. Miller; Sarah Is. Dominy, (now wile of W. II. Conardj, Serena; David, I). Grove, HiillHiul ; Louis 15. Jackson, Mis sion ; . K. i;onnru, Nariiius ana Hussion ; F. M. Huiterlleid, Asa M. Hoffman, Itnt- and; L. T. Markiy, ISorton, Mackey, Jr., llruce; ltueben Eckel t, Mendota. An organization ol this kind should have a largo membership and become one of the lixed lnxt'tutions ol the county, auu on the day for which tins meeting is called all who are natives of the county .and thirty years old should, if possible, be present. The X. V. Wvrl'l hits the democratic Idea ol civil service reform exactly in say ing it means "permanency, not perpetuity." Perpetuity is the European Idea, with its beaurocracy, circunilocatlon, red tapeism and official insolence. Permanency, on the other hand, is a guaranty to the person ac cepting a public trust that while ho is hon est and discharges his duties faithfully and capably he will not be liable to removal at the whim or In the interest of politicians. Of course tho first siep to secure perma nency will be todoaway with that cunning invention of the republican office-mongers n fixing the tenure of all public employes at lour years. I he only limitation ol ten ure, outside of cabinet and tlective offices, should he capable and faithful service. At present but lew really capable persons arc willing to accept government ofllces from which a change in the political complexion of an administration or the exigencies of faction may at any moment expel them, unless with the object ol making as much as possible out of it while in possession. erv low men whose services are worm anything to the public will consent to give up all private business connections to tako a federal olllce with the knowledge that tit the end of four years they will in all prob ability be turned adrift to commence some other business career. This syetem also does away with the competitive examination humbug, which is also a European idea. Tho only test should be merit alter a fair trial. We do not ask if General Grant is a scholar. It is enough that he is a great soldier. We do not inquire it Admiral Farragut could read Greek. Wo know he could fight his ship and stand fire. If a revenue collector is uctiye and s'rictly honest, who cares about his knowledgo of mathematics? It a custom-house or postofllco clerk does his duty elllciently, what does it matter if he is ignorant ol tho properties and meas. urenieuts of the section of a cone ! Gov. G hant, ok. Coi.oiiAUOv While the young governors of New York and Penn sylvania, who were so triumphantly borne in upon the "tidal wave" last fall, have, if anything, fallen short of tho expectations of their friends, that other winner in the tidal wave lottery," Governor Grunt, ol Colorado, appears to have more than real ized the highest expectations. The 7 rini- Xi tr, a nou-po!itical journal, says of him: Speaking about governors, it is entirely proper to remark that the young governor of Colorado is nniking a splendid reputa ,11011. He was never suspected of being either ii politician or a public epesker, yet he lias developed tine iUalities in both ca pacities. Hia public utterances are In im fulol'good oetise, and always in excellent taste, lie is a earful, conservative man, has about him the elements of leadership, and the democrats are coming to the con clusion that he is the brainiest man in their ranks in this state. Should he consent to be a candit'ato for re election, he would not only have a walk over tor the nomination, but would be almost certain of election. Vicinity Items. A new temperance society has been or ganized in Earlvillo. The Wilmington Coal Co., at Streator, on Wednesday paid out :)3,000 to their men. The Streator bottle works are being over hauled preparatory to beginning in Sep tember. Joliet is buying gas lamp posts in New York at $7.50, which formerly cost the city about 1 13. James Monroe, of Morris, was smothered iq a rye bin in an elevator there 011 Mon day evening. On Monday night burglars secured $300 worth ol goods at Miss Hamlin's millinery store at Morris. The Streutor artesian water cats out the iron pipes used, but leaves the wooden ones in good condition. i A Tomca man w ho took out a lightning Insurance policv on horses, has realized 5130 on a marc and colt killed recently. The Coal llun Company, at Streator, are taking out clay from the lower strata which will be put to a t-evere test ol its quality. A lot ol Streator boys raided an apple orchard and were arrested by the owner, and were punished by a lecture from the bench. Tho C. ii N.-W. branch to Aurora, nine milts lonz, is getting in running order. A mortgage on it ot $150,000 has just been recorded. ' The other day a C, B. & Q. passenger ran from Mendota to Clinton In one boar and fifty minutes, making 18 stop. The distanco from Mendota to Clinton is 05 miles. Tho Johet water works committeo rec ommend that the city build its own works independent of any prlvato corporation. They estimate the cost of such worke at 4127,000. Peru llrral't: "It is reported that a genu, lno Indian from the western plains arnveu last week to visit the fur-famed Starveu Hock, or which ho had heard so much from traditions of his tribo." Mr. A. C. Htirlingame, of Eirlville, on Thursday week, had a stroke f apoplexy- He rallied, however, from its tflects, and will no doubt entirely recover. Tho people of Earlvillo feel rejoiced at his escape Some ol the Aurora newspapers aro busy picking out a route byway of which the Northwestern H. H. shall find a way out of the city toward tho Will county coal rc gions. The engineers of the road will doubtless bo able to solve that problem Mike Askins, of Streator, who was fined it ioo and cotts by Judge Gilbert some time since for brush liquor Belling, did not pay up on Thursday morning. Constable Pule brought him to Ottawa and lodged him in jail, where he will have to spend the next 2:5 days Win. McLaughlin, of Farm Kidge, was drowned in the Vermillion river near the new iron bridge not far from his home, ou Tuesday afternoon. He was subject to fits and he weut flshin; that afternoon, and it is supposed he was taken with one and fell into the water. He was 22 years of age. The C. H. & Q. K. II. Co. have purchased a tract of 40 ncres of Wm. Truman, at Men dota, w hereon to construct their w ater res- rvoir. The consideration was if 12,0K), or f :500 per acre. Tho land purchased is about 11 feet higher than the level ol the yard, thus altordmg fall elough on the hort distance to conduct tho water from the pond to the yard by means ol pipes. Tho annual report of R. J. Moffat, In spector ol mines for Will county, for the year ending July 31, shows that 1,020 men have been employed in the several khafls. Tho production of all the mines was CU9,- 427 tons. The capital engaged in the coal mining business is $S!)7,000. During the year there were 90 fatalities in the mines of Will county, which include the 71 in Diamond mine. Jonas Lehman, of Marseilles, has recent ly enlarged his tile works to tho capacity of 000,000 three-Inch tile per annum. Mr. L. is confident that even in the years to come there w ill not only be no cessation or lessening of possible sale of tile, but holds, on the contrary, that even within tho terri tory referred to his trade will increaso year by year as the farmers grow richer by its use, and aro more and more convinced of tho great gain. From Ransom. Hansom. Auu. 11. Al Ackerman is beautifying tho residence of Mr. James Do vine. Patsy Btarton sporU a new top buggy. Pat Traiuor threshed 100 bushels of oats Wednesday afternoon with one of J. I. Case's horso power agitators. Mrs. T. J. C'urren, of Sheridan, is visit ing at his father's Mr. Thomas Sullivan. Pert Hayes, ct Grand Itidge, is trading horses in this vicinity. , Miss Lousia Barker and her sister Lizzie aro visiting friends in Ottawa. O. Cut v. First Ward Tollce. To the Editor: There is an effort being made to secure the discharge of the police man appointed by tho cout'cil for tho first wiird. It is alleged that the people nre law abiding and need no protection. While it may be true that all on the south side live up to tho laws of the city, it is more emphatically true, that almost every night before the appointment whs made 11 crowd of rough characters, some uccompanied by women ot bad repute, from the north side of the river, would make uight to be dread ed by the citizens ol that ward by their loud and boibterous conduct. It is even now a difficult matter to keep like charac ters from desecrating private grounds along the blufl with their presence at a lato hour of the night, as instanced last Tuesday evening, when Mr. Porter was compelled to drive from his premises three or four couples that had taken possession thereof. Nor Is this all. for even a lew residents of tho ward find it a sourco of considerable enjoyment (?) to destroy public and private property, breaking tho sidewalks, cutting trees, tearing down fences, and especially tho railing to tho foot bridge on Christie street. Tho perpetrator of the latter offense escapes punishment only through the re luctanco of the witnesses (ladies) to appeal in the polico courts. There aro other acts requiring looking after, such as the pre vention of horses running at larj?e,&c. ,A short time since a vicious colt attacked a little child, and except for the timely in terference of another person would have done the child an Injury, serious, perhaps fatal. Perhaps the law intends that chil dren shall not run upon the streets, but that horses, cattle, &c, shall have all the rights thereto. There, too, the broken down condition of tho sidewalks the browsed shado trees, and other marks indicating lack of attention on the part of the proper ty owners, are duo largely to the clock roaming at will upon the streets. Do these things indicate the necessity for a police man ? The peace and order of tho ward is much better sustained than it was before the appointment of one. Let all those who sign tho petition for the discharge first ob ligate themselves to abide by tho law themselves, and endeavor to enforce it against those who would violate it, and perhaps the need ot an officer in the first ward would be less apparent ' - Law AjiD Order THX ILLIH0IS BITES BXIDQE. As briefly noticed two weeks ago ex perts have been examining tho wagon bridge over the Illinois river at this point, and their report was made to the Council on Inst Tuesday evening. In brief, the bridge is considered unsafe and dangerous in parts and comparatively sfc in others, although needing considerable repairs. There aro now two questions practical ly before the people. Tho first is, whoso duty is itto repair or rebuild the structure! and tho second, the first having been an swered, which will be tho most economic al, repair the old or build a new ! In regard to the first question there are many opinions among tho attorneys, tho majority of those we have talked with be lieving that the responsibility rests upon the city, while a few others believe the property belongs to the original purchasers the towns of Ottawa and South Ottawa, Bo that as it may, tho Commissioners of Highways of Ottawa repudiate tho owner ship and responsibility, and to that end have served tho followiug notice upon the city through its executive ollicer, as fol lows: To llun. K. V. Allen, Mayor r,f the City qf' Dbau Sir We. theumlersiirncd. (,'umml. sloners of Highways of the town of Ottawa, having been advised that there Is neither any right nor liability devolved upon us to i.-nur, uitiiuituii or renew me Illinois river bridge, located within the limits of said Citv of Ottawa, do hereby notify you as the rep resentative of said city, that we will not take or assume tho control, renair or renewal of such bridge, and will In no manner be re. sponsible for tho condition thereof. JJared Ottawa, 111., August 8, lfvS:. Tnos. McDkkmott, I). A. Maiikk. C'om'rs of Highways Town of Ottawa. Ottawa, III., Augusts. This action was bused upon an opinion given by Hon. J. W. Duncan, who states that under tho city charter "the power to erect, establish and maintain and keep in repair the bridges within its limits, was expressly delegated to the city authorities and such powir Is in like manner delega ted to the city authorities by the general law." In support of this proposition Mr. Duncan cites several decisions of the courts. A majority of tho commissioners of South Ottawa do not agree with the others, and are willing to make good their part of the contract, whenever the full re quirements of tho law are complied with. Tho statement that commissioners have no right or power to expend money within the corprrate limits of a city seems to be an error, unless the law of 1879 was re pealed at tho last session of the Legisla ture. Since the abovo was written the road and bridge law ot 1883 has come to hand. and the act of 1879 seems to bo repealed, the new law taking effect July 1st last Whether this all'ects tho present contro versy or not is not plainly discernible. Tiie bridgo mvm the property of the towns, airl was a town charge until a very recent dati. The last law cannot relieve the commissioners from duties that were theirs beforejts enactmeut, nor does it pass title from tli, towns to tho city. As etlv.tiag ii,e future the situation is changed, inj tiial t0 ,ne greht 1DjUiy of the tax.payc, 0f citj(.g rIui incorporate villages. Tho-,ew jaw provides that one- half ot the taxc collected for road and bridgo purpose upt 9Uch property as lies within an incorporate ,own nr Clty may bo paid to the treasurei 0f Bllci, corpora tion, to be expended as tu tnunicipal au thorities may elect; the oit,r g,,e8 to the treasurer of the comi.,8Soncr!j 0f highways, and nowhere in the tw do wo find the permit, allowed in the act-,f 17 of the commissioners to expend LonCy upon roads and bridges within the lini)S of a city. The city mu.-t not only makx its own roads and bridge, but must cor. tribute one hall of its taxes to the support of those outside of its boundaries. It is a good law for tha county roads. In tho meantime it will be necessary tor the people to consider the best plan to putsuo to make the brigdc safe and sub stantial. The repairs now being made by the city are only temporary, the first high water that comes is likely to sweep away the supports being erected, and affairs :ire left worse than before. In tho opinion of every builder the repairs from this time forward will be considerable much great er than the Interest on a new structure and eventually, within a year or two at the limit, a new bridge must be built. The $500 being expended now will make the north half good only until winter or spring, and by that time the two spans in-' dicated in the report of Messrs. Logan and Wilson must be replaced. If these things bo true, then a new bridge at the earliest day will be the cheaper in the end.l and by far safer and more satisfactory. In tho interest of economy and safety, and for the good namo of this community let a new and thoroughly substantial bridge be built on the most approved plans of the present day FoiiEioN. The cholera in Egypt 13 ap parently on the decline, the dcatb3 for tae whole country having fallen from a thai- sand a day a week ago to about 700. Tie epidemic, however, is dangerously on tie Increase in Alexandria, where the ueatu have run up to AO a rlty. Egypt is alto suffering from tbe overflow of the ",lt, which ia much above the ububI lino, caui ing serious loss of crops. Telegrams from South Africa contrail ict tho report of the death ol Cetewiyo. Tho government of New Soith Wulea after gome hesitation, allowed the three Irish Informers, who had been arrested on the Pathan, to laud and prornses to pro tect thorn. Health brings happiness, gown's Elixir IU restore to heal'h all who are suffering from any pulmonary disorder ( Two new busincM housar to be erec-' ted on Main itrect, Mendotu 1 ; Olad to Wear It. "For several months I endured a dull pain through my luug and shoulders; lost my spirits, appetite and color, and could with dilhculty remain from my bed. My present healthful condition Is due to Jiurdixk llkxxl Bitter: Mrs. E. A. Hall, Blnghainton, N. V. On Saturday the Rapier cornmandery passed through Ottawa on thoir way to Cali fornia. The l.a Ssllu Dfnuicrat alms this at a La Salle man, but it's too good te be stopped there: "When a youth gets his 'cad crammed with nn Inllulte union n t of diuin foolishness, he will first want to be a school teacher, and alter he has been ignominlously fired by tho school board on a very grave charge, he will start a newspaper burlesque, of the voodoo stripe, to vent his spite, spleen and dirt, week alter week, his motto being charity to none, malice toward all. Such fellows think they know all about the printing business and are couscquuiitly superior to printers.' And we uilht aild to everybody else. Ir T. A. smurr, Ottawa, HI., says: "I rind Urown's Iron Hitters gives general satisfaction, and uiy sales are daily increas ing." Ou Thursday several coach loads of visitors came to Ottawa from the vicinity of Sterling, Rock Falls and l'aw l'aw, among them sev eral editors and newspaper men. Besides witnessing tho races they also took in the sights of tho city, and the comments that were overheard were Mattering to the Ottawa ear. Cares Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pimples and Face Grabs. Blotches, Boils, Tumors, let ter. Humors, Salt Rheum. Scald Head, Sores, Mercurial Diseases, female Weakness and Irregularities, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Juandice, Atiections ot the Liver, indi gestion. Biliousness. Dyspep sia ana u-enerai uobiuty. A course of Burdock Blood flitters will satisfy tha most skeptical th.lt it is the (Greatest llluod VuuLm oa earth. Sold by medicine dealers every-, her. Directions in eleven languages. THICK, $i.oo FOSTER, MILBURN & CO., Prop's, Buffalo, N.Y. WHY NOT CALL hen in ( ulnifn trial of "Dr. isv ). at 11 Vast Monroe St.. and haven WES' Sure Cure for Catarrh." free? or write lor book. Kemetiiber. 1 S 1 fJulyai-2ino) Cut this out. Farm for Sale. Tne Smith Half of Sec'lon 7, T. 84 N ., Ii. 3 E. If not sold by October 1st tt will lie for reat. For terms and full particulars enquire at law ottlee of Thomas C. Kill lerton, went aide Court Mouse, Ottawa. III., or of Mell aril .1. Kullertoti 011 the premises. JulvW-tf-' West of Court House. BOOKS. History, Biography, Poetry, Fiction, Illustrated Books, Juveniles, Family Ribles, Pocket Bibles, Catholic Prayer Hooks, Episcopal Prayer Hooks, Seaside Library, Lovel Library, Standard Library, Humboldt Library, Ds'ly Pap.irs, Weekly Papers, Maga.ines. In this line (jiratfH:k will always be found complete, keeidiia a lar stock of all the VlNKIi TAFKlia mid EN VKLOl'Ks.ns well as the cheaper. New Papeterits, Ink SI suds. Writing Desks, Work lloxes. Portfolios, Gold Pens, Lead Pencils. Steel Pens, Ink, etc., Sir. Hirthday Cards, Congratulation Carets, Pocket Books, Card Cases, Letter Cases, Visiting Cards, Regret Cards. ir-Allneof r'lJK STATION KB Y. for invitations, which we can turtiisti printed In the latest style. fiotd and Velvet Vrntnrs. all styles and prices. flfKrautes of any size insde to order. We carry a gi-at variety of MoultlliiKi. na cannot fail to stilt In st;le and price. Sttel Engravings, Etchings, Water Colors, Oleograpbs, Cbrouios, Sic. Photograph Albums. A large variety, and at very low prices. WALL PAPER. V new stock of Wall Taper. Perorations, llonlers. A c. Just received, and will be sold kt lowest prices. 7 In our line, and losell kwd uoixls at the low ' st prices. GIVE US A CAIX. itcsiwctfullr. HAPEMAN & GRAHAM. ifiy Hapeman & Mam T4T0MY PICTURE FRAMES. mm 11 vi i uaiiaiiMi REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. .1 ItlTI NnCCOPrriiiTCNiriKS.r.'-i'!!-I lVJkTlil liOu Itig small c.iilt'.-iiiyl.0i) tof.'.uioi-acli. Our a carrier yriicery In inn; 1 ij.xid store mid rnslaiirant or Ii jIcI tu llio cuuiitry, no! mr from Oit iwaj una limtnltiiK lioUnc or V. r both, west tiiln: nil. I onti In I lie liiiinuUi'Oii'imj ijr. All Komi of ilielr kind and worth looking into. juij j-3w pi;, j. o. iiai:r:s. (J CHOICE DWELLINGS on Kat Mile for mill- hi much leu Hutu they Co--. A.io a iiiiiiitM'r of ilenlrulili) I'.ullillnu Lots. Silll further. I Imvu Uwelllnn" snil Hull.lln b t. In all K,rtn of Hie city. Now is the tine tu In. v. tucr.v property Is advaming. tall and loo over iny'liir. '" IH. J. O. HAlailS. 'I1 ? V Vi Land. BltUer fiM-nccopaacv or l..rlt ,L ,x'f-'U veKtment, lire surelv the In t In t'auL'. S. Lull for maiM, printed uiuiter iintl'liifortintlon, free several Ottawa men have made lci per cent, on T l it Land, and Just as good chances can be had imw. uu.j i'j-if mi. ,j. o. n.u:r.i3 CITY riK)PEUTYU the time to buy. 1 have a lame lint from w hlili to leet, and buyers will consult their own Intercut hy ciilllnu ou me. W ill sell dwelling at from f. -ii to hi.imh, building lota nt from to fv and some !o- mramr. tniMiieas property at lair pri uiarJ4-tl' v 1 iU. .1. O. HAnr.lv OCEAN TICKETS. Of six Ilnct. to" and from all EiiropeaH ports, at I etriue, pit. j. o. HAI1I: Id. INSUllANCETO'c, Oood solid Insurance In my larne Coiiipnnk mure than that ollered bv the weaker ouch. IMPORTERS UD BREEDERS OF Clydesdale, EiieM Draft, aiifl Norma HORSES. Also, Thoroughbred and Grade HEREFORD CATTLE (The Best Beef Cattle iu the World.) Registered Berkshire am! Poland-Chiiia !';:., Stock always on hand furstiu.. We would be pleased to h ive p.irtii o ii;t" MocK cad at our inrni, .IVi inllen nou'lnve-it tt or uililrexs llox OoM, Ottawa. 111. April at. iss).-ly 1 in aw .1. New Styles of Type mu Low rriees.it the Free Trailer Joii Printing Rooms. A Common-Sense Remedy, SALIGYLIGA. No more Rheumatism, Gout or Neuralgia. Immediate Relief Warranted Permanent Cure Guaranteed. Five years established and never knsvra to fail lu a single case, acute or chronic. Itefet to all prominent physicians and aruggiui for the standing of Balicylica. SEOBET! TUB ONLY "ISSOI.VKrs OF THK Pu! riiie acid which i:mms is ihk b; KHKI'MAIIC AND GOUTY I'ATIKXTS. HALICYLICA Is known a a v..r.ii:or. :: remedy, hecuuse It strikes directly t II !":e ol Khetnii&tiMu, liout an ! Neura!.a. while o n,'i:y n.i called "pecilk'S and supik ed panacea uiiy treat .mci' : the r Heels. It lias ten cnucctl ty eminent mdentlsM t.mt .vf ward applications, ytieh as ruti ii z wiii oil, oin u, it's liniments and six-tiling lollops will not erad'i av :i t dUcates which nre the result of tlie ? '.S'.'iilh t tin? Ivud wltli Uric Acid. HALICYIiirA works with liiarv.-' .'tr-ci oh this acid, find m removes the -Mi rder. I' .- v excluoively tiied nv all cletiratetl physician i t A u -rt cuaiidKur pe. IIIkIuH Meilicul Aciiucu y 'l' lr s1; ports Vo per cent, cures In three days. That Saliovlicn Is a certain cure for Hheuma. tiniii, (iout eiu! Ml eurHlscirv. !. : '. .n le'ise pains are mini tied almost I slanliy. Live It a trial. Ilellef yuarantced r in in r" ua.1 J Thousan la of testiuionlft.s cnt on uppiicv.o;.. 81 a Box. Six Jloxes for $5. Bent free by mall on receipt of tr. aoy ASK VOIR Iir.lUGIST Kilt IT. Tint do not he deluded Into tnklrfj linl'att r.s . m ' itit'ites. or something recommended ss "ju ac ; y Insist on the genuine with the name of Ash L..S li H O. on each nox, wn.cn is sjiiaraiiieeu i:n:i:ri..r !ure under tmr slunitute. an Indlspenfahla re-.i:..re t, Insure (ios lu the treatiniut. Take j owe r, r end to us. WaVSHBUBRE & CO.. Prop'ra. 887 Broadway, c r. Reads St.. KE W Yuki For sale by O. G eh ring. LiperfsMeatMarket SOUTH SIDE 0? XAIK STREET, A tew doort west or M. Kneussl'i Drujt Store ottawsv, Illinois. .lie nubile will always find my market well stocked with the choicest FRESH AND SALT MEATS, 4.teh as lleef. Mutton. Veal, l'ork. Corned Beef. Plci'.el Pork, Smoked Hau.a aud Sides. 4c. '.special attention paid to Yankee and Boloirn Sv; ce. tr" Free lteltvcry to all part of the city. Au. U. tSSJ.-tf OEORGE LIPPEP.T. 0K. J. B. WALKER OcuHst & Aurist, Who has practiced In th's -dry since n.sy be rootalted AT T11K CLIFTON MOTEL. OTTAWA. On the flrit Sturday t cacti raonta. LIBBEY BROS. & CO. Saturday X68J Saturday Aug.. 1S83 Saturday Sept. 1, 1893 Saturday Oct. G, 1883 Batordar Nov. 3, 1883 Saturday 1w 1993 At all other tlmen (as this to tka only placs) he tu! j professional It 1 h may be tosinm In Chicago. orricx AID DISrXVSABT 85 WasMiitQB Stv M. . cor. DearliariL 50ytnCag,whhavttirrad a wish;