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VOL. 45. OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1884. NO. 44. 30 Days' i Special Sale! Spring Stock OF DRY GOODS Now ready and offered at Greatly REDUCED PRICES. 10,000 Yards of New Carpets of all Grades. New Curtain and Up holstery Goods. New Store and New Departure in the GROCERY DEPARTMENT. Groceries at wholesale and retail, and at , Lower Prices than ever. II. J. GILLEN. 11171 LJ AND HACK LINE. 150. TELEPHONE. 160. PETER EGAN Would respectfully iinnouiire to the citizen" of Ottawa anil Tlcinlty tlmt he hns one of the choicest Livery Stocks In the city, at the City fctahlin, such as The Latest Styles of Hacks, Carriages and Buggies, To let at price to milt the mm. Parties, Weddinc, Funerals, Picnics, Ac., supplied with (iood Hie on short notice. Minerals in the country or adjoining towns promptly attended to. Persons taken to or from the enots , or to the country, night or (lav. (V Uemcniher the place On Madison street, east of ildecut, one block tt of new court house. Ottawa. Feb. 9. ISM. PKTKH KG AN. Did You Know That Sugars arc low now, and Unit it will pay you to jret a barrel or so for the fruit season ? Buy it at CLARK'S, For he will ive you the lowest prices. Did You Know That Clark roasts and sells more and better Coffee, and sells it lower, than any other dealer? Do You Know That Clark's is the best plUee to buy Groceries, for he keeps only the very best and PUREST. Jlie friends of the Baptist church in this city are raising niney for the purchase of a Dew pipe organ one that shall be a credit to the church and the city. Enough has already been subscribed to insure the purchase. National Republican Convention. The C. R. I. & P. Ry. will sell excursion tickets to the National Rfpublican Convention at Chi cago May 31st to June 3d, good to return on or before June 9th. Fare for the round trip, 3.00. R. F. Pketttman, Agt. Lace flouncing and all-over lace, new lot just received, at Hill's. Electric light baking powder at Burke Bros.' An elegant piece of silverware given away with each can. The young men of Bruokficld are making arrangements for a fine public celebration on the Fourth of July. Full particulars will be jriTen hereafter. LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Still at It. The special 30 days' sale U still In progress at II. J. (in. i. en's, and bargains In all lines Is still the order of the day. Stocks are still complete, In spite of the success of the sale, and new goods are coming in daily. Tho dross goods department Is rich In black, colored and summer silks, and all new, fash ionable and desirable goods for summer wear, at the extreme of low prices. The notion stock contains many new novel ties for summer, Including a particularly at tractive line of parasols, fans, gloves and oth er seasonable novelties. , All lines of dry goods are included in this sule, and there Is no line of these goods in which buyers will not II ml decided bargains. The carpet stock as usual continues to lead the market In varieey of fabrics and patterns, and in lowness of price, and sales continue large. The enlarged boot and shoe department has pioved an entire success. The new brands Introduced in ladies', misses' and children's shoes, the Walker boot and oilier new special ties have attracted general attention to the department as the best and cheapest hoot and shoe stock in the city. The line of plow-shoes is specially notable for good quality and cheapness. The grocery stock continues to grow in favor. Fresh goods, received, with low freights, making low prices, and whether purchases are made In bulk or in small quan tities, prices are found to be the lowest in the city. No wonder the new Cash Grocery is popular. Call and sec what they are doing atGillcn's. C. M. Forbes, the druggist, is always look ing after the interest of his customers, lie has now secured tho sale of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, a remedy that never fails to cure cftughs, colds, pains in the chest and lung affections. For proof try a free sample bottle. Regular size 50 cents and 100' r ICE CHESTS, REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, OIL STOVES, ALL AT BEDROCK PRICES, AT KENDALL'S. There will be a formal observance of Memorial Day on Friday next, in which all citizens are invited to participate. Invita tions have been extended to the several Civic and military societies of the city to form in procession at 1:30 p. m. and march to Wash ington Square, where the stand exercises will be held, consisting of the memorial service of the G. A. R., singing, prayer by Rev. O.O. Fletcher, address by Rev. W. F. Day, and a ten minute address by Rev. C. F. II. O'Neill. . . Hull's summer underwear cannot be beaten in price, variety and quality. Full line in la dies', children's and gents' goods. 7 buy an all-wool suit for boys at M. Stiefcl's. ' You can buy shoes cheaper and get better qualities in Scott Bros. t Co.'s Shoe Depart ment than anywhere else. William Brack, a former cigar maker, died at his home on the west side Wednesday evening of consumption, after a sickness of three years. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon under the auspices of Lessing Lodge of Odd Fellows, of which he was a member. ICE CHESTS, REFRIGERATORS, x FREEZERS, OIL STOVES, ALL AT BEDROCK PRICES, AT KENDALL'S. Blue llannel suits, guaranteed a fast color, for 10.0l), at M. Stiefcl's. Ottawa Commandery, No. 10, K. T., have extended an invitation to the Joliet Comman dery to be present at a special conchivo on next Tuesday evening, May 27th, and witness the conferring of the Order of the Temple. Also an inspection by E. Sir E. S. Mulliner, G. J. W. of the Grand Commandery of the state of Illinois. The Sir Knights will be banqueted at the Clifton. Have you seen those $2.50 all wool kilt suits for children from 2 to 5 years old; also, our boys shirt waists at 25c, 50c and 75; and our single knee pants for 50c, 75c and tl-00. They are bargains. Oak Hall One Price Clothiers, north of court house. Through an accident or otherwise, not yd ascertained, a six-ounce stone was thrown through one of the plate glass windows of the postotllce. Probably some one had a spite against a dog and missed the mark. During the past week judgments and at tachments against the Eliel Brewing Compa ny of La Salle, aggregating between t.'lO.OOO and (40,000, have been entered involving that company in what now seems to be bankrupt cy, although the statement has been made that every dollar of indebtedness will be paid in full. The cause of the failure is attributed in part to the recent death of Mr. Louis Eliel, the president of the company, and the de pression of trade during the paet'two years. Still a few left of our 13 boys' suits. Hurry up before it is too late. Oak Hall One Price Clothiers, north of court house. At a recent meeting held in Chicago Mra Willard Gentleman, of this city, was elected Supreme Commander of the State of the In dependent Order of Sovereign Laborers. The order is about fifteen years old and has a very strong membership throughout the states. No Experiment. With a majority of people it Is no experi ment that Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup is a sure cure for coughs, colds, pains in the lungs, soreness In the chest, etc , but for ttiose who doubt, ask your neighbors who have used it or get a free sample bottle of C. M. ForVes, the druggist. Regular slxe 50 cenU and 11.00. Remnant Carpets. We have a limited number of different grades of Ingrain carpets that wo will sell cheap. Also some ends In Brussels that will do for small rooms that we will sell at greatly reduced prices. Have received to day a few of the latest designs In tine ingrains, making our stock again full and complete, at 1 HULL'S. . It was Just fifty years ago last Sunday morning that Dr. Reynolds arrived in La Salle county (or what was then a part of La Salle, but now a part of Livingston.) Since that time the Doctor has seen many changes, and has witnessed the steady upward growth of the county, shorn to be sure of some of Its territory, until now it stands at tho head, Cook aloiio excepted, and that only because Chicago is there. Come In and O TJb. The Mir bariralns ut the Fair this week are: Ideal and Mexican Hammocks, Mammoth Wasli Boilers, Oval Dinner Pails, Porcelain Kettles. Coffee Mills. Wooden Bowls. Dutch Buckets, Shopping and Knitting Baskets. More new dress trimmings, fancy clasps, c, ut Hull's to-day. Sua de. One of those saddening events occurred on Friday night last near Grand Ridge, that appeals to the strongest sympa thies of mankind. Some time during the night the wife of Joseph Gilliland, well-to-do fanner of that vicinity, left her bed room while in a state of temporary insanity and wcut to the garret, where site hung herself to the rafters, the body not being discovered un til morning. She leaves five children, the youngest of whom Is but three month and the oldest nine years of age. The deceased was a daughter of David Beck, a wealthy farmer who but a short time ago went to California. In selling prints at 5 cents we have taken particular care to get the choicest styles the market affords. Another counter will be opened this morning, at Hull's. The Board of Health of this city have be gun a vigorous crusade against all pestilence breeding nuisances within the city especially heaps of manure piled up in streets and al leys, uncleaned vaults and cesspools, dead animals, &e. All persons are requested to clean up the streets and alleys in front or ad joining their premises without notice from the authorities and thus aid in the good work of not only improving the health but the at. tractiveness of our pleasant city. Electric light baking powder at Burke Bros.' An elegant pioco of silverware given away with each can. ' Vienna rolls, hot tea and coffee. Lunch served every day at Gay it Spencer's. We are sellini jo .00 and (10.00. all-wool suits for men at Come and see them. M. Sf "Swinging: In the Lane," In an Ideal or a Mexican Hammock, is tlir latest at the Fair. Chicago Musical Festival. The C. R. I. .v. P. Ry. will sell excursion tickets to the Chicago Musical Festival May 27tfi to May :11st inclusive. Fare for the round trip (3.00. R. F. Pkettvman, Agt. A prisoner in the county Jail named Michael Murray made a desperate effort to escape on Tuesday evening. While deputy sheriff W. L. Milligan and the turnkey were making their usual rounds that evening, Murray made an assault upon Mr. Milligan by strik ing him full in the fare a heavy blow. The officer at once drew his revolver and lired at the culprit, but fortunately, perhaps, the ball struck a cross bar in the cell door which Mur ray had hastily closed between them, thereby saving his life. Mr. Milligan's eyes still show the effect of the blow, although no other injury was inflicted. Oak Hall, the out and out, one price cloth iers, north of the court house, are clothing the big and little one, and the people appreci ate the mammoth establishment and the low prices. Excursion to Chicago. The C. B. & Q. R. R. Co. will sell excursion tickets to Chicago May 20 to 31st. Fare for the round trip will be three dollars good for return passage up to and including May Slst, 1S4. Geo. E. Roe, Agt. Monrt TO Loan on farm property in sums of (1,000 and over. C. Onions, Ottawa, 111. "Hell's Loudest Laugh" will lie Rev. Madi son C. Peters' subject to-morrow evening. To-morrow morning he will preach again on "The Sermon on the Mount." Look at the new line of summer hats, neck wear, summer underwear and shirts, and low prices, at J. M. French's, !W Madison street. New lace mitts and gloves, at lln.i,'s. Mr. Peters will lecture in Polo Monday and Tuesday evenings. Rev. Madison C. Peters will speak in Tonica on Decoration-Day evening, on "The Nation's Perils," in the M. E. Church, under the aus pices f the G. A. R. -..-. Largest stock of straw hats, at the lowest prices you can find, at M. Stiefel's, Square Dealing Clothier. Gay A Spencer, the popular young bakers and confectioners of Madison street, are meet ing with well earned success. Farmers, busi ness men and all patronize them for lunches. The Oak Hall one price clothiers manufac ture all their own clothing; no prjflts paid to middle men, and their customers get the bene fit of purchasing at the Oak Hall one price clothiers'. Bead Honey by Americas Express Co- Money Orders Receipts given. Money refunded if Orders are lost. Sold at all offices of the Co. Pay able at 0,500 places. Rates: To V5c; 10-8c; f-XMOc; ISO-lie; (40-15; 50-a0c. Make Tour Selection. If you want a neat, nobby and stylish car. rlage give us a call. If you want one of the well-known Timp. kins spring sido-bars come and see us. We have them. If you want something roomy and coin fortable lu a one or two-seated buggy, we have a largo assortmeutof our well kuowu slide seats to select from. . If you want to buy tho nobbiest buggy with or without side-bars, one that every per1 son who has used or seen them pronounces the best In the market, then comu and see us. If you want to buy an end spring buggy of any description call at our factory and we will show you the largest and best stock ever seen in this county. If you want a three spring buggy for gen eral use call anil examine our large stock. If you want the easiest riding and best road cart made, w ith or without top, do not fail to give us a call. If you want to see tho best and largest stock of carriages, buggies and road carts call at our factory and wo will promise you the best bargains ever offered in this county. Greatly reduced prices in order to give us more room for our wholesale trade. Every job fully warranted und manufactured under our personal supervision. If you Want the best work inado in the county, at a low price, buy of Gav & Son. Cheap Carpets and Curtains, Scott Bros. & Co. wish to clear out all thqir short lengths of carpetiugs and odds and ends of lace curtains and oil shades, and have marked very low prices on them. This will be a good chance for furnishing bed rooms. In the circuit court yesterday upon the pe tition of Charles W. Hol.heimer, of Chicago, Edwin Eliel was appointed a receiver for the Eliel Brewing company the bond being plac ed at (20,000. The Most hcowitz Model Waist Linings at Scott Bros. t Co's. Last Monday the bids for carpets for the new Catholic church were opened by Fattier Ryan and the committee. Scott Bros. A: Co's. bid was the lowest, and they received the contract. For suddenness, severity and brevity the rain of Thursday noon was an overw helming success. Many persons, especially school children, were drenched, ami the. wind played havoc with numerous shade trees, signs and out-buildings, although no Berloiis damage was done. Th.HJrtaUcutioil t. $t.jolumbii (Cuthollr) Church"' will ' -occur ' oii"' J iir1c'19t Tt . Wallop Spaulding will preach the sermon and Rev. F. W. Graham, of St. Joseph, Mo., will act as celebrant, Kev. J. F. Power, of Peru, dea con; Rev. J.'F. Donovan, of Seneca, sub deacon, and Rev. Charles O'Neill, of Ottawa, master of ceremonies. Tickets, at 1.00 each, can be obtained at Hapeman ifc Graham's. This church is one of the handsomest in the state outside of the large cities and wealthy parishes and is an honor to Ottawa. Anew pipe organ has been placed in position, the tones of which are pronounced grand by our musicians, the instrument being an elegant piece of workmanship and musical skill. The ceremonies on the 12th prox. will be very im pressive and interesting. Dress Ooods III the TEA SlIAOHS, MOISE MtKV.S, I.OJ.ItKN iikowns, yellow browns, ccrus and tans, modes, blue drabs, and lots of others, just re ceived to-day, at Hull's. See them before they are gone, with velvets to match, at llu.i.'s. Hot tea and coffee at any hour of the day or evening at Gay .t Spencer's. There has been a perfect ru-li in Scott Bros. A Co.'s Millinery Department cviry day this week. Next week they will show another large lot of line huts and bonnets at the same low prices as sold this week. The South Ottawa station agent, Mr. John Swanson, has finally induced the Burlington Company to place on sale at that station a full supply of tickets for all points on the Burlington route in Illinois aud Iowa. Bag gage will be ( becked accordingly. This in. formation will be a source of gratitifutiou to many persons residing south of the Illinois river, who will prefer leaving the south side depot. All passenger trains will flop for passengers, and the Paw Paw train at 'J o'clock makes good connection at Earl for all points west. Go to Gay & Spencer's, Walther's black, for first-class ice cream and confectionery. The Freb Tkadkk's news gatherer was shown yesterday the new brusscls carpet which Scott Bros. & Co. are putting down in the new Catholic church. They expec t to complete their part of tho contract next week. Scott Bros, seem to be vc ry ssccess- ful in getting these big contracts. Don't forget that the Oak Hall one price clothiers keep the largest assortment of trunks and traveling satchels, and their price is always one low price. Artists' Materials. A full assortoent, at Hapeman & Graham's. The Proper Way To attach a stamp to an envelope is to imio ten the envelope and tlrert apply the stamp Try this. If we all did the proper thing w would use Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic Un dyspepsia, costiveness, bad breath, piles dimples, ague and malaria disease, poorap petite, low spirits, baudat aa, or dltouM-s of the kidneys, stomach and liver. Price .VV. of E. 7. Griggs. Money to Loan. We have money to loan on real estate se curity; also a few mortgages, for email amounts, for tale. MacKilat & Lelamp. Pootofflce Block, Ottawa, 111. CROP PROSPECT IMAWl'llATKO! .1 la m. J 'J FARMER N. G. CHEAPBUYER. .II'ST MY UTK! saved snen. on lVt rlee. I'alil for repairs ilurthi: m-iwhi, as.fni; iih' e.vpnx. on Nitiie. My corn choked to death with weeds, niv stork Is wruw-nv. my poeketlmok in hutMed o i m h'rk: ;tiul nil Ih-chihc I tioiiKht i rticKiii ?i i iiito itor W IlKW!" VVii.ll 1 H in ttocoil r x "A PA MS" ' ci.it v i,,tt'. FARMERS, TAKE WflRMfJG! The shove Isa correct mllptloti.urrt you'll "train" either with " ln,phnyer"or"Iv(lUeail" next full, 8t El! HAVE YOU SEEN THE ADAMS FOOT l.M rJU l.ll' l SriiAK.in fi: Tu- Slid'. Kl.-, Mil K! PS, litiii-T-.'ir..' s'i 'M'"' Mr i i -iii- .VI I'M IIMKVI. WALKING, RIDING COMBINED C0RN CULTIVATORS, And THE MARSEILLES GOPHER CORN CULTIVATORS? l,S(.l THE MARSEILLES lVirrilil.il ta Tim All II V ANY Harvester. IT SAVES BINDER EXPERTS IteruuKi' new llarviti'i run he set up Kiul iiclJiiHteil for nelcl work In ile:i!er's ttHrelmiiM: where too! nre eiiirnlent, ut miy lime lu fore delivery, and tnuee noi ted remlv for husinew. It Saves its Cost to Farmers Each Season. lierjiiiHe IIahvkni Kit mi he iirl'iiMeil relv fur work nt:KuitK lmrvet ins Htnleil Hhovei, mid tniiiBporied hi ih-M ready ("r hiinie, llm molding deliioii iieeoiiiit ot iKivuii! to M ill tor ii:i exprrl lo oinc to Hie Held in lid J lint the niiMhlne. Harvesters can be Loaded or Unloaded by One Man (alonl ( In a few in i iiiit) -h .md li:ui.-'ii lei from Held to llVld dlioiit diHiri";iiiiiii i me luijuM ini-iii ii. r hhik. It will eftrry iiiit vuriety of Iho-i-f-ter in the iiiiirkel. will p-iw tlirinit;h :ui f:irui-K:lte or IliirM, w hell loaded. It ieif it much freedom m lurnnior h:ttd;liiL'. when Inudfd, ii mi) l.irm viur'in. It (.'A.NNMI UK i'l'f-KI, Ili-e.ulM' Uiehi'.Uy iturrp of H:irvitt-i- rent on huek axle und lurne w hiv: of tniek. and Ihv weiuhi It. low do w n. Ti" ii U iioi'iitiitiitij hi' or k llnj ql lltll n'tt' l (t ftilr nit tin I inl'l. T'ie .X M K )-h rout Ki ar of Inn k U iiiiiniin d U i -oinieetiii: i'b -K'-ai-h" ore til e purrlniMT nl"'ii d -..n ; I n n f r i!i. iriirk with ADAMS C0BN A 8HELLER8. EAND ONE. TWO. FOUR Oft EIOHT HORSE POWERS. BKl.Tor GEARED FSKD GRIHE2RS. Pis pi; t m fmi tm HILLS, ALL tan ev Iron PumpBp SHELLIES BRASS CYLINDERS .flSIkriitiiTV.li'iiVtlfliilsi lliOULUS Etti. UU. iiiT6o..iiimba. m . vvmm mm wnM ma MAUIILIJI. fr'.t 1)1l!i Cji-i'THIAT Mar..il r t,At 4 " ft. Oil., U., Ki . ' - . - . MARSEILLES EUNOFfiCTORINQ COtlPAnY, FARMER 0. K. LEVELHEAD. Soilo I. V.'Uhlior(in'Hihiiver: 1 llOtT.HT a All iums" ami not ;." bu-lp'l- corn per acre. My mock is ft, lltltl Ml tft l! ptri-kt'OlOOk. Hint no ri'inlr !iUK nor ny express to pay. I'm !im Wr nil ovr. HI TV AX "A OA MM." uTi.l you'HJU ii.'t tiill horo I mil tliin. 4 sifi j(r BINDER TRUCK, Mai k by Marseilles Mfj? Co. Men-1'ih. t.. Ilr.ineli I lull w. l.h: Mhiii m i onni ll llillffs, low. ilriiiit li liuUM at i'eorm, II!., ut. Lou ie Mild k;,liue . lly. Mo., I in Monte, Fort I ii iIk' Hlol Ce llar runn. luwu. It.. rail I Shipping rt.-o, IB 1 n.no. Weight, l. . List, ( ki ii n Tin i m w ill tit Mtv farm wiiton wheel. W Via v ii'i the enure front Kear of any frni wiuon; theis h:-. w:wm .'. u the hoi. Atml jur Aperuil t.iivutiri. FARMERS L?. Salle County! VoLR I N ntRK-vpt fD UU1M ABK Ml'TfVt.. X k b WK WII.LoivKT VISITING FARMERS TUB I fin n f'omprifil ' Im tiuiiv II'I W mi. I of W HA T if .i TKHIAUS ict H,m.t JtUi KinfTu Mi if. tuk you to 6wy. ' SAMPLE MACHINES Alwaj Ht4j to LxhiSlt. !L ALL OS OCR .WESTS. HOR8I I AT THE FACTORY. to If uo Aeney for our Uondi aer you mid you eaunot ouAd to the Furtory, white rs roR CIRCULARS, Prlc Lit, &. iv vur wish t BCT A WIND MILL o o o 13 n "ill -i DM City, Xoi -II WILL Send rmr-tnt prr' w fau plmx to Klnac Wit you m to rH SUf, Styk. m . "I'M m ' 'I'HK TtC)Al. COVJTTT, ZTT.TTTOS3.