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NO. 17. OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 18S3. Tin: jLAKiuTi:i:. r?i i e I1T r!'o .my 13 v,'ai!liu a SILK D1IESS, a CLOAK nice k;:aiy-madi: suit. or ra rh i D3i r i " GS" ANNOUNCE THEIR .1 M Ii Second Iki Opening of the Above Qoo.is. We know of nothing more interesting than to ti-!l 'U aboct then. We have rrH ived another cre of tl.tw SIL CS, IK 4 'I'h i y have nivc n such universal f sitisfactit that v.c fvcl prowl i t tl:rm. ft 1 v. i:i tin.' n? Letter A Ulack ami Colored lira Craiti, now Letter K A handf-ome Silk, ut Letter CYerv Kieh and lixtra Wide The Highest Unities at f 1 17.'.; ifl.bT.1.; and 3U7j.j. Customers ea!) have Suuiphs by Mall. S .'Xt 1 . 10 l.': Out of town CLOAK mm SUIT DEPARTMENT. (SKCOl. KLOOK.l We now oiler by far the Largest and Finest ft nek over exhibited i;i Ottawa, and we would be pleased to liave you Bee them. LAWKS' CLOAKS, in ntilhi:ir that i- new, any sir.e from 3J to 4t. Handsome Satin Dolman. Jl.V Very handsome Dolmans, .'., f?..r;ii, $10, nnd up to Seal I'IukIi Garments at. $.00, 7- and 'J0. CHILDUEN'S CLOAKS, in all the New Desiirn., froia f'J.CO to SIS. Cloaks also made to order bv experienced Cbak Makers and Perfect tits (iuaianteed. 1-fTA. beautiful assortment of NEW CLOAKINdS in Wool, Satin and Silk Materials, and the Latest Trimmings, just in. LADIES' READY-MADE SUITS In Satins, Silks and Cashmeres. VERY HANDSOME, WELL MADE, YEP.T CHEAP, AND PERFECT IN" FIT. A nice 1'nion Cashmere Dress, any Color, at f5, $7 50 and $10. All Wool French Cash mere Dresses at f 10, $12.50 and $15. Very Rich Gros Grain Silk and Satin Suits at $25.00. Would be Cheap enough at f 35.00. WEDDING OUTFITS COMPLETE As a Laiy remarked the other day, who purchaecd ft nice Silk Suit and Hat to match, also fine Undergarments and a pair of Kid Shoe, that "It was so nice to tlnd everything a Lady wanted in one place." With Our Constantly Increasing Business We can afford to SELL ALL GOOD3 on a very SMALL PROFIT. Keceivlng'New Goods Dailv enables us always to place hefore our Customers Choice New Goods, and all the "Latest Novelties as they appear lu the Eastern Markets. SCOTT BEOS. & CO. FALL SEASON. GRAND OPENING in m Pride keeps persona, who think they are con sidered men ot sense, from owning up when ihey buy Shoddy Goods. All men are not AT Mi And sonic are liable to be TAKEN IN" I J. HUM 1 ri in Snide ( iooil? !lkc3 t'j trade Every 1:0 ly i FISKE&HS NEW ARRIVALS: IMMKNSK OF ; BECAUSE iTr.cykccp NO POOR GOOD.; t iu-y Co not have old Shoddy, Moth-Eaten Stutl', nur oiler ! Xfvelh!iu tu-itw,, .'u as an Inducement at Two ': Pnicno; t or have a t!ark l oom so you cannot see what you ar! buying. The fellow who 1 makes vou pay i-li 50 for :t uit whie'n be will I sell the" mate ol for ?lo, fat STEALS 32.50 Out of you. This little scheme is stealing, though ho mavcall it "pishiiess." REMEMBER THAT DOLMANS. RUSSIAN CIRCULARS PALETOTS, in the Cloak Departm't largest line ever shown here, at inter esting prices, and fits guaranteed. TURNER DRESS GOODS. in the new; and popular shades. Sole agency for '; thesb celebrated goods. IIHJX2P QULNET & CO. SILKS-New andj'flie GVCiXt EICl'trlC-LU'llt, special importation by this House di-J OlH'-I'l'if'O StnVO ' Where oil can buy first-duality goods cheap I rr than unvwhirc else. Their FISEE & BEEM Many Mine Uiiriraitis A iiiuiuuecil. The tlauhter i f prices a. II. J. Gillen's this week, has been the great trade sensa. t'.on of this part M the country. The stock on baud atfd the reductions on season able goods are really unapproachable, and buyers have found the bargains greater than th -y imagined they could be. The cut, as w ill be remembered, luc luded cloaks, l'.asslan circulars, paletots, Newmar-lu-t in all sizes uml st.vlts, .-cal cloths, driss gcotls, MacUcts, wo'.k'ii gooiN all vsona, hie goods l:i fact. A.: now ccmc M'i;;'. i:Ei)f.Tio.s; ."00 pahs Indies', ii)i.M':i' and children's seasonable hosiery, broken frizes, a) cts. on the dolkT. j Regular stock full nnd com plete at a ).vrea: reduction from former prices. ;.'0 pairs children's, mls.-eV .and ladies gloves at a marked reduction. Regular stock ;;t prices imist he reduced. I l I.O.VK JET.KTMEXT. 130 ladies' i louks will be placed on the market ducing (he coming week at HOc cm the dollar. The general stock remaining of 30 garments for children, misses and Indies, shall be offered dunug the next 110 days at prices that viil w-t imt by uuy other house in La Salle county. Comparison specially Invited on this line of goods. Ml ESS liOOlvs. The slock of velvets, velveteens, brocade silks, brocade and velvet satins, black and colored silk offered at pcciil (irkes. This special price means the favvst price em' t'lf 're i in this market for first class goods. The general dress goods stock contains all the l:ovelt!cs with SI'UCIU.TIE.I in Oltomaus, black cashmeres ut a marked reduction, colored cashmeres in all the new shades. You will tind everything here found lu a hrst-class house, at prices way down. CONTINUANCE OI' bargains lu blankets, and all woolen goods, bearers, ladies 0 4 suitings, &e., &c. Also hoods, for ladies, misses and children. Also ladles' and gents' underwear. Seasonable boots and shoes and groceries. The slaughter Is gnmlnt. It is not a wind tale but a genuine fact. All are Invited to call and compare goods and prices on all lines iu all departments. If you want a holy's Watrh, If j on want a gent's chronometer. If you want a b.)j's watch, If you want a gent's watch, If you want a line ring, If you want a full table cf, If you want iinvthlng in the w;.v of ,..' jewelry, fully warranted and jour money's wortU every time, fail not to to to the jjwcl ry store oppo.-ite the court l;oti;e (west), where you will find amthiag and ever;l:ing iu the Jewelry line at the lowest pi ice. Album! albums!! and autograph albums, and fancy goods, and Santa Cl.un notions and toys, the larges-t, lines!, and sold the cheapest, ;' 'Va!t!iers new s.t: ii opera house block. See the handsome overcoats for or.ug men selling at nearly one half the regular price, ut the clearing out ale of A. Frank cv Co. FALL SIM JB EFB1j? lias larcivod liis Knliiv FALL STOCK, Furnisher I KafSer, i. Aiulhis display of Latest Novelties of the Fitcst, liest Made and Most l'erfect Fit tiij,f (Jarments for Men, Youths, Boys and Children's wear excels anything ever fhown in this city. Every department in A meeting w ill be held ut the grand jury room iu the court house thl- evening it 7:!J0, to take action uioti the death of the late Thos.,11. Clark, of Aurora. The committee Ollf .Mammoth More IS lllleil to the Utmost tntwil ti Ti'il nt Hip f n jM 1 1 it iM Tin'fl'lV niuM Ccin.u.iiv wiin me oesi The S P liHg. J. G. Gundlacb, M. D., lately of St. Louis, who comes highly recommended, lias leased the mineral spring property, and proposes with the assistance of Mr. Porter, the pro prietor, to improve this valuable property. It Is contemplated to revive the baths, and, in the spring put In a plunge bath, besides making such other improvements as will convert the establishment into an infirmary, thus drawing to this city large numbers of atlilctcd persons. If these preliminary ar rangements succeed, then other and very ex tensive Improvements ai-e contemplated as will make Ottawa a genuine watering place so far aa Improvement of the spring is con cerned. Still they go at panic prices, underwear, gloves and caps, at tho clearing out sale of A. Frank & Co. Coleman ifc Whittlesey, the dealers iu Jer sey stock, still have a few of those valuable animals for sale, notwithstanding their pub lic sale of a few weeks ago. Their present stock includes cows in milk and cows and heifers soon to come in. Parties wishing to purchase should avail themselves of the present opportunity and consult Messrs. Coleman A Vhittley before the best ani mals are sold. The Jerseys are beyond (pics tlon the most valuable milkers lu the country- On Titisd.iy evening the members of I'n- 1.... TT . . ..t 11.. XT- I nine nose loinpaiiy eie en ici laiueu oy .ur, and Mrs. Otto J. (londolf, lit their residence j on Clinton street . "Mine host" took ocea-; sion to make a heat little specih to his com- j nules of the company, thanking tlicrn for their wedding present, (a beautiful water service1, and concluding with a request for them to "dedicate" the service to the pur poses lor which it wan intended. II is need less to add that the evening was very nntlv spent. the Rlth inst., to prepare resolutions, will re port. All friends of the late Prof. Clark ire requested to be present . yiiisll li Out S:le. Mrs. (iregg has determined to clo&- out. her tine stock of millinery between nfw and January 1st. She has a large assort'i'-ut of the latest fall and winter styles of '.ats, al ready trimmed, or to be trimmed 1) ensto mors taste. She is bound to sell and will sacrifice the entire stock. All vho come will have the best bargains ever known lu Ottawa. The stock is full and complete and of the best quality. Remember that these goods must be sold and that ilu will dispose of them at any price orn Wop eust, as she wants to get out of the mimicry branch of her business. The Ottawa Tile Compaty ure to arch and roof the new Hiram Sibhy & Co. (seed men)' warehouse on North CUrk street, Chicago. The building is to be tln-7roof, 1200x240 feet, nine stories, with bondul warehouse addition 80s00 feet. A series o' raults will be built on each floor. It is claimed tho building w ill be oho ot the largest warehouses in tho( world. Texas Excursion. The next Texas excursion from fit. Louis leaves December flit. For particulars, terms, &c, apply t) Dr. J. ). Harris, Otta wa, 111. Every boy In th) county should buy his overcoats and sul for tho holidays, and save money at the clcrlng out sale of A. Frank A Co., west of court house. Don't forge it, that Walther's candy, fruit, oyster, ty nnd uotion store is now In opera house tlock. The adjoirncd meeting of the Hoard of Supervisor:) will convene two weeks from Monday. The Appellate Court meets on the 4th of December, two weeks from next Tuesday. roods nionev and nobbiest can procure in the Eastern market. Our Hoys' and Children's Clothing De- jpartment contains the latest New i ork designs. The New Styles in Hoys' and Children's School and Dress Suits, Over coats and Ulsterettes are superior to any thinr to he found elsewhere. Pieces are furnished match- ACS every lloy's Suit purchased in this Department. vr ! ) ) (ixlirltiir, the IriiKKlst, IIa I.miim. The finest stock in this city, all varieties, ornamental and plain, for parlor, hall, dining room, kitchen, bed room and all purposes. This is the cheapest and best stock In town. You will tlnd everything you want in the lamp I'm s at Gehring's. lie is also sole agent in this city for the 'most simple and yet sensible and perfcclty reliable safety lamp contrivance. Our Gents' Furnishing Goods Depart ment contains the largest and finest line of joods in the Northwest. This department is an Elaborate Establishment in itself, and Novelties are constantly added as fast as they appear in the market. In our Hat and Cap department will be? found the latest styles and lowest prices. A full lino of Trunks nnd Valises con- stantly on hand. ,v 'A4$- Novelties in every department will ',be constantly introduced by IsL. STIEFEL. w I J ill U I J Wo desire to call Hie attention of nil lovers of (Jood Uroad to the "Siher Cloud" and "Hungarian" brands of Flour, manufactured hy us. These Flours are made from the choicest wheat that can be procured. By a scientific admixture of No. 1 hard Miuneseta spring wheat with the winter wheat, wo produce a Flour pos sessing all tho advantages of each kind. Tho "Silver ('loud" 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 will lie well pleased. COTTON, DAW Ell & HAMILTON Oysters ru v., stewed and fried, and can or pi.: .iiiuM am! gallon, fresh. : ther';?. rect. NEW CARPETS. LAMBREQUINS. Curtains and Lace Goods. &c. Hats, Gaps and Furs PT.AWMFI.B. TII.ANKETS. &c. at , , , . ,, , land of thu very latest stvles. marked roduction lr om a;l lorme!i;, ito,.k the he-t outsid prices. COMPLETE Bool aid Sboe anil Grocery DEPARTMENTS. Call and Examine thin Truly Immense New Stock. Arc immense in quantity, superb in quality, litis U a very of Chicago. They make sILK. 11 ATS to order. Thev have a big lot of goods just received from a I large bankrupt Stock, "l hey , dost: lose money, !And neither will jou, us the goods ure all (right and the prices away down. Those chaps in -New lorK. isoston ami cnicago have to pay for theun; jou only pay for the comfort. CALL AT FISKE & BEEM S ! One Price Store, and don't let the other fel jlows fool you. Ladies are especially wel come. The Children's Department at Fiske & Beem's is the best in the State; and they are Agents for the famous Goodyear Kubbcr Goods. The West of everything in the Cloth ling Line in Ottawa, always at One Price and the ineapesi, at FISKE & DEEM'S. Clocks for the. parlor, kitchen, hail, bed room, dining room, counting room, f jr large halls and public places; a neat and extensive variety, and of all shapes and si.os, many of tliem surprisingly ornate and ;ethi;tie, and all cheap iu proportion to cost. All warran ted good time keepers, at IIcsVs. ' Hint Splendid Quilt. I That exquisitely fine piece oT artistic skill, Mr?. Gregg's oriental quilt, will be disposed; of by lottery, to be drawn on Saturday, De-1 cember -ill. Tickets, Jl, to be had at Mrs. ! i Gregg's millinery store, t n Columbus Ftrect, opposite il.ir.on iio't-t. me quiltis on exhi bition at Lytuh'a dry goods store. It is about lime you were looking up your reading natter for the ensuing year. The prospectuses of the tirt rate magazines, etc., are being published, and should be carefully peruced, so that you may know precisely what you will wish. When you are ready to make your orders, we will try and aid you to gel your publications at the most reasonable rates. Corner Main arid Court Sis, Seg. B. Fyfe, Prop'b. Telephone No lr2. by the t Wal- rresh .Malaga drapes, New Sweet Florida Oranges, NewYork Iluckwheat Flour, Pure Yennont Maple Syrup; Jersey Sweet I'otatoes, Fresli llutter and Mggs. BRING YOUR PRINTING TO THE ROOUS. m 44 1 1. A 1 'rices, ana uoou nork iiaruiiuTiu Low JL 1810. 1883. TRY THE 1 it RED GilGSS" FLOUR The glass woiks at ,a Salle are a complete wreck pat, rtsent and future. Since the failure of the De Steigcrs it Las been run by Stephen 1'addon, one of the creditors, but as he died on the day the works burned, there is no visible reason to believe that In the present legal condition of the concern it will ever be rebuilt. The destruction of the works throws liiO men and boys out of work, and is a serious blow to La Salle. Srtirdusf, h'intUin-M'onil and Sharing, ti Kind's Jiox' Factory, near the Lock. Telephone i,9. iFeijiFeiMu". Forbes& Lorriaux, the Druggists, are al ways looking after the Interests or tbeir cus tomers; they haTe now secured Dr. llo. sanko's Cough and Lun Syrup, a remedy that never fails to cure Coughs, Colds, Tains In the Chest and Lung affections. For proof try a free sample bottle. Regular size 50 cents and tl.no. i.-.o. HACK LXNF. TEi.rriioM-:. 150. PETER EGAN woolrt fupw'lPiUviinnooDr to the rltlien of Orl nnd vicinity I hut he ban or.r nt the rh-jlirxt Lltrrj Biucki Id the dir. M the City Stable, tach m the lalttt Shea if Dirls, Carrugs and Buggiw, tolrtat prlcMto .nit tbtlm. Prttr. Tditip. lunrraU, plrnin. 4c. .npnllrd with guod rtfoo .burl Do(lr. Faneral. In in country or art oinlnc town. Srcmpllr ltr.lJ lo. I'mnat Ultra to uid from Ihf -no'. or tothroontrr nlirnt ordar. I WImrmNr thr pi- o Main Mrvrt. tt ot l!'l' rot one block wnl of sew eowt koa-r. rKTKR tO A. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 1431 SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT. GASH CAPITAL - - - $1250 000.00 Reserve for Re-Ins. & all other liabilities, 7, 729,039. 79 Net Surplus, - - - 1.358240.77 Cash Assets Jan. 1, 1883, - 84,337,280.56 Losses Paid at Ottawa Agency, $15,939.0:2. Looses Paid at the Great Fire in Chicago, $1,927,462.04. Total Losses Paid Since Organization: S25,809,81424. GEO. W. RAVENS, Agent, - S.E. comer P.O. Block.