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; - 4. - i- 1HECEATGERMAN - REMEDY FOR PAIN. Relieves ni) mrea ItHEUMATISX, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, 1IA HAt llR, HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, SORE THIOAT. UflNSY, 8WELLINU8, N1MIAIKW. Sorer, Cutl, BrulMi , FROSTBITES, iiikxm, M'ALnft, Anil all other bodily acliee and pain. FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. Sold hy nil lniKgl"tn! Ih-ulunt. Direction lu II language. The Charlea . Vogeler Co. mHin A. Vial HUH CO I Bsltiaor, Hit. C. 8. a. iliauan, Jifmn, iii1fiirdlii,il DR. J. B. WALKER, Oculist and Aurist, Who Imi' practiced In this city line ISM, nmy be consulted AT THE CLIFTON HOTEL, OTTAWA, On the Hot Saturday "f inch month, as follows: Ksitorda.v Januarv ft Saturday K'lriiury 14 Suturilaj- :...Mar-l 1 Sat unlay April fl Saturday May if Saturday I June "t At 811 other times (as thin Is tl lily place lie vlslta professionally) he may lie found In CliU'mjo. OFFICE AND DISPKXSART: 85Wasbington Street, N. W. Corner of Dearborn, f2 2 IN CASH OIMCM AWAV UlUklM HVVHI ATTENTION, SMOKERS I All contestants for the 25 premiums agtrregat lng above amount, offered by Black weirs Bur bam Tobacco Co., must observe the following conditions on which the premiums are to be awarded: All bags must bear our original Bull Durham labt 1, U. 8. Revenue Stamp, and Caution Notice. The bags must be done up securely in a package with name and address of sender, and numberof bags contained plain ly marked on the outside. Chorees must be prepaid. Contest closes November with. All pack ages biiuuiu oe lorwaraea ueeeiuner mw must reach us at Durham not later than Decem ber Uth. No matter where yon reside, send your package, advise us by mail that you have done so, and state the number of bags sent. Names of successful contestants, with number of bags returned, will be published, Dec. 22, In Boston, Herald: New York, Herald; Philadel phia, Time; Durham N. C, Tobacco J'latU; New Orleans, Timet-democrat ; Cincinnati, En wirer; Chicago, Daily Xetet; San Francisco, ChronicU. Address, Blackwbll's Durham Tobacco Co., DCRHAM N. C. Every genuine package' has picture of Bull 49 See our next announcement. CARTERS I LVER fe I, dill ft filck Ecadacho and relieve all the troubles Inci dent to a bilious state of the evstem, such as Diz rinef s, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after rating, Pain in the Side, &c. While their most remars able sucttES has been shown In curing Beadnehe.yrt Cart er'sLIttle Liver Pnisaraeqnally valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while they also correct all disorders of the etomnch, stimulate the liver nd rvgulate the bowels. Even if they only cured Ache they wwild beamiest priceless to those who tuffer from this distressing complaint ; but fortu- . naiejy weir goodness aoc not en a ncre, e:: u moeo who once try them will find these little J'iilr' ". nlu ablein so many ways thnt they willnot be willing to do without them. 13ut fif'-cr nil sick, head la the tune of so many lives that here Is where w snake our great boaeU Our pilia cure it while Others do Sot. Carter's Little Liver H!!s are very small and very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, bat by their gentle action please all who tsethem. In vialsatx'Scents; five forl. Bolt! fcy druggista everywhere, or sent by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New qi- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Modern -Science M Skeplici$m What has Skepticism done Air tlie worlii? Nothing but to suggest doubts. It has even Biiggesied that Kheuimitlsm cunnot be cured. t-kepllelKiu la an bud an JiheuinaUsm. What has Science dune for tlte world ? A good many things; for Instance, It has shown that Itlieumailsm can be cured. It has shown that Neuralgia can be got rid of. Modern science has proved Unit Rheumatism Is a blood disease, and nan provided Athuipuouos as the remedy which can completely cure it. It hua nroved that although the old doctors failed toovercoine Neuralgia. ATHLOPiiORnscanJ reach It, and eradicate It from the system. It has proved that though these tormenting diseases were so slow and obstinate, they can be overcome In a little while by meaii3 of 7WiIopIioro5 ! Don't be skeptlcaL If you have any doubts as to what Athlopboros can do, write to some ot those whom It has cured. For Instance, Rev. 8. R. Dennen, D. D., Pastor Third Congregational church, of New Haven, Conn., the pev. w. P. Corbit; pastor Georgp st SL K. Church, of New Haven, the Rev. J. K. Searles. pastor W UlettSL V. E. Church, New York crty, Mr. Brummell, the well known candy manufacturer, of New York, Ex-Got. Blgeiow of Connecticut, and many ci hers, equally well known. ) iiuer that rt it tram your drnwwt, tmt if b Daunt it. do not bo pnvbadod to try iwnwthing elae, but order at ooca from ua a directed. ITHLOPHOROJ CO.. IQ WILL ST.. NEW YORK. .................. ,, t. ..,..,...,, u i ii rm UBS SfOK HEAP ACME stone, Stevenson,. Signor, Thompson, Wit aon, Wood-38. Sup. Dresser, chairman committee to Kettle with county 8iiMrlutendentof schools, submitted the following report, which was adopted : Mr. Chitiniutn, d-c; Your committee to settle with county superintendent of schools would respectfully refill that they have examined the bills presented before them, and recommend the payment of the following: La Sai.i.k County To 0. 11. Stockualf., Co. Supt., I)n. March to J uly, To pontage and txwtul cards )23.!W Do., printing circulars and adver tisements, as per bill rendered . . . 29.50 Do., blanks for olllcers t4.U.3, tele graph .ic , 4.W) Do., letter heads and paper ex- press 1.55 4.55 Do., expenses of teachers for e.ai)i inititr papers from district schools to state fair 8.!5 Total $71.25 All of which is respectfully submitted. E. S. DiiEssKit, Chairman. Sup. Fischer Introduced the following, which was adopted : JKolceil, That the county attorney, I W. lsrewer, is hereby directed to com mence suit against Olney Fuller for ull taxes now n maininir unpaid on the tax books of Mendotu against said Olney Fuller. Sun. Iloire. chairman of committee to settle with county ollicers, submitted the following report, which on motion was adopted : Mr. Chitirman, tic: Your committee to settle with county ollicers would respectful ly report that they have examined the sub joined semi annual report of V. R. Milli tmn. sheriff, and bavins compared It with the oriirinnl books and records, believe it correct and recommend its approval. The report shows that the sheriff bus received 2,111.07 us fees from individuals during the six months, and that the allowances of tho office for the same time, Including the salary of the sheriff, his deputies and their traveling expenses, are 4,i 07.08. County orders have been drawn to the amount of $2,323.00 In payment of the deputies, ac cording to a standing resolution of this Board, and there is therefore yet due the sheriff the sum of $331.01 in settlement of his accounts, and we recommend that an order for that amount be drawn In his favor. All of which is respectfully submitted. Walter Hook, Chairman. To the Hon. tUe Chairman ami Gentlemen of the Board of Suivrviiors of La Halle Co. : Gen tlemeu I respectfully present the following ab stract statement of earnings and receipt) for i year ending June 4th, 184: EARNINGS. County 4 miscellaneous business, $3,752 55 Court costs 3,171 W Total earnings 6,924 24 KKCEIl'TS. County . miscellaneous business. 104 25 Court costs 1.1W187 Total receipts 1.136 12 Bills presented for sorvicos ren dered county 4.913 45 Uncollected court costs 874 67 6,924 24 ALLOWANCES. Sheriff's salary, year ending J una 4. 1884 i.uujuu One deputy, do do 450 00 rive uepuues, uu uu i,oi.nu Attendance rjupreme Court 39 uu Attendance Anoollate Court 72 UU Traveling expenses 1,33108 Total allowances 4,707 08 Earnings over allowances 2,147 16 Deduct uncollected court costs 874 67 1,282 49 Amount received from previous earnings, U71 25 $2,257 44 All of which is respectfully submitted. W. H. MiLUOAN, Sheriff. Sup. Fischer moved that J. W. Duncan and Henry Guun, Lsqs., be retained as counsel to assist the county attorney in de fending the case in the Supreme Court ot the Towns or Ottawa and South Ottawa against the county of La Salle. Sup. .Miller moved as an amendment that said attorneys be not employed. Nip. .Meliuclilan moved as an amend ment to the amendment that the matter of employing counsel to assist the county at torney in defending said suit be deferred until the next September meeting of this Hoard. Sun. Dunavan here took the chair On motion Sup. Gunn was excused from voting on the motion of Sup. Fischer and the amendments thereto. 1 he ayes and noes lieing demanded on the adoption of the amendment of .super visor McLnuchlaii it was lost by the follow ino: vote: Ayes Beach, Blake, Conard, Doyle, Drackley, Dresser, Farnsworth, l'inkh Griffin, Hoffman, Miller, McLauchlan, Nicholson, l'erkins. Smith, Wilson, White and Mr. Chairman 10. Noes Fades, Ford, Franks, Fischer, Gransden, llelmig, Hickok, Hoge, Ilolleck- er, Jennett, Jennings, Lauf, Lukins, O'Laughlin, I'hillips, I'oundstone, Rosen. haupt, Sicrnor, Thompson and Wood 20. The question now recurring on theadop. tiou of the amendment of supervisor Mil ler, it was lost by the following vote : Ayes Beach, Blake, Conard, Doyle Drackley, Farnsworth, Finkler, Griffin, Hoffman, Hollecker, Miller, McLauchlan, Nicholson, Parr, Perkins, Rosenhaupt, Wilson and A bite IS. Noes Dresser, Fades, Ford, Franks, Fischer, Gransden, Helinig, Hickok, Jen nett, Lauf, Lupins, O'Laughlin. Phillips, Poundstone, Smith, Signor, Thompson. Wood and Mr. Chairman 10. The question now recurring on the adop tion of the original motion of supervisor Fischer, it was lost by the following vote: Ayes Dresser, Fades, Ford, Franks, Fischer, Gransden. Griffin, llelmig, I Ii k ok, Jennett, Lauf, Lukins, O'Laughlin, Phillips, Poundstone, Signor, Thompson ami Wood 18. Noes Beach, Blake, Conard, Doyle, Drackley, Farnsworth, Finkler, Hoffman, Hollecker, Miller, McLauchlan, Nichol son, Parr, Perkins, Smith, Wilson, White and Mr. Chairman 18. On motion of supervisor Hoffman the clerk was authorized uixin the adjourn ment of the board to draw his order in fa vor of the several supervisors for their mile age and per diem for actual attendance as allowed by law. Supervisor Beach presented a etition from many citizens of Ottawa praying for an abatement of a smoke nuisance caused by the iKiiler house, which on motion referred to the committee on public build ings. : Supervisor Franks from committee to with county officers, presented the follow, lng report, Inch was adopted : Mr. Cviirituia itr.. Your committee to settle with county officers would respect fully report that they have examined the annexed semi annual report of Stephen Arnold, recorder, and believing it correct would recommend its adoption. All of w hich Is respectfully submitted Walter ILjge, Chairmtin. RECEIPTS, For recording; wed eotat instruments from December 1st, 1m3 to June 1st, 14 $1,975.50 For rwoording chattel uiorttowe and bills ot sale from December 1st, 1883, to June 1st, 18H4 242.511 62,25 2,23U.US tor certiueu copies, certimjatea ami cancellations EXr-KNblTCHKA. To salary of Recorder six months.. $ 750.U) 75U.UU 257,(11 A.4U tl.UI To clerk hire To extra clerk hire " " To express charges To postiwre ami cards To pot office box nitit ' To amount paid 8. V. lUiymuuil, cuur ty treasurer l.VI 51005 2.2.05 Respect fully submitted, SrsruKN Aknoi.ii, liecordrr. On motion of supervisor Wilson board udjourned till 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning. S.vri itnAY, July li), 1884. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present same as yesterday. Minutes of yesterday's session were read and approved. Sup. Hoge, chairman committee to set tie with county officers, submitted the fol lowing report, which was adopted: Mr. L'hmrmttn, c: Your committee to settle with county officers would respectful ly ask that that part of their reKii t on the semi-annual rejxirt of Sheriff Milliiran, adopted yesterday, in which settlement Is made with the sheriff, be reconsidered, and that the settlement be made directly on the basis of the sheriff's report, and that the clerk draw his orders in accordance with that report. All of which Is respectfully submitted. Wai.tku Hook, Chairman. Sup. Mclntyre, chairman committee on equalization of lands, submitted the fol lowing report, which on motion was utlopted : Mr. Vhiiirmiin. Jr.: Your committee on equalization of lands would respectfully report that they have examined the matter of the assessment of the lands of the sev eral towns presented before them, and re commend the following additions imd reductions: t Si IS' ! 1 5.2 TOWNS. . , Tii n ' 1 t- a - si I I , M Adams 14.li 6.l' 05.... fclll.Sitt 14.W Allei 15.40 3.-i5.'.1N 3,.V-',, 15.10 llrooktteld..., Vi.Ti JO.StK) JNi.560 12.7a Bruce 14.41 l:tt,4tii .... ... . l1.4ti 14.41 lliiytmi 18. 78 Il.4ii0 mi .... 'M.01 14.81 Deer I'nrk 1.1. :. :.-.... 04 1 1.Tr, Dllllllllck .... 14.41 Sffl,678 B3.fi! 1S.30 KaKle I 15.V3 3ia.Hll .... tU .5M, I5. Karl I 14.84' :,S0 03.... S.W.K64 15 av Kdl'll ' 17.50 348.3S0 I t 3;.4.1); 1H.6H Fall Klver. ...! 13.57' 174.H70 10....; 1W,47: 14.M Farmltidge..' 17.tt! S74.85J 02 I 3H1.SI4 17.30 Freedulil 114.44. H4l,atl5 05....' S.W,3as, 15. 1 lirsml ItapldB! 10.41' 37V.50U 03 31.1.325 15.92 (irovelmiil ... 14.30 S'24,345, 03. ...I 3SI.tr?.', 14.72 Horn! 17.34 3V5..V21I .. 8;5,7I.' 16.47 LsSftlle 21. W 220.M5'....! W '2HU.H6 19. ! Mmilius ! 14.78' attt.siS t ....) 2nfi.H73. 15.08 Mendota i 17.68' 388,811 02.... SHK.6I8 W.t Merlden 15.62 318,7m.') ..' :H.7K5: I5.6J Miller 17.041 S),05 JWI.OT 17.01 Mltwlim 15.40. '298.816 02 .... 3n4.7!r2: 15.71 Northvllle... 1(. 28 S42.7HH 01 32U.(H7 15.63 (iptdr 13.81 310.310 10 341,3-11 15.21 (hinge I 17.00! 4tW,8-2a ....! 08 376.577 15 61 Ottawa i 18.35. 152,1100 05 I59.tt3 HV28 Otter Creek..! 15.76 aw tMl . . . . : Ot 3II.7421 15.13 Peru ! .!' 331.83 12 '2U4.058 20.20 HleldHIid .... ! 10.95: '201.044.... 05 247.1W2: 16.10 KutlHUd 15.96: 887.755 8S7.T5B 15.96 Serena 14.861 8l,lln 04.... 3H1. '266 .15.45 South Ottawa 17.98 '225,067 .... ... . 225.0r 17.98 Troy Orove .. i 15.65' 552.1!' 02....: XKM 15.96 lltlea : I5.07i 171,601.... .... 174.601 13.67 Vermillion 14.24 30S.336....! 02 2111.1711 13.90 Wallace 13 30 235.823 12 .... 261,121' 14 Waltliain ,17.52 4e2.:l ..... ( 394,22.214.171.124 Totals. i ! 11,217.27.: ! 11.237,985, All of which is respectfully submitted. W.M. H. MclNTYKK, Jamks W. Stkvexson, D. W. Conakd, John Nicholson, J. H. Caiii.in, John P. Wilson, Al.UKllT GltANSUKN. Sup. Franks from committee to settle with county officers submitted the follow ing report which on mouon was adopted Mr. L'lutirman, die.. Your committee to Settle with County Officers would respect fully report that they have examined the SRini-annual report of W. W. Taylor. Cir cuit Clerk, and having compared it with the records of the office, believe it to be correct and recommend its approval: All of which is respectfully submitted, Ciias. T. Fha.nks, Actiity Chairman. to the Iouortihli lite Hoard oj hitjtrt'isors nj La Salle County. The undersigned would re spectfully report the followiiijf caniiiitr anil iveclpis il tlie c U'lK oi inu circuit, t null lor the six months ending June 1st, A. I)., 1SS4, an itemized statement of which appears nf records in said ntliee in the Ueglster of Ii ceipts and Kxpemlitures. rot al fees earned iii i-i Fees received from Co. Fees received, olllee Total fees uni ullccteil . . 4'.es 40 or, i 10 :!,:!7i 7 i .',7-i.j I'm Total fees received . . . Ur. V. Tavlor, salary. W. L. Seu'lev, " . (.:. L. Brailforil, " Balance due County. . . .'.NU) IKI VK) (Kl o'.NI (HI '.t:i.r) tJTi ?-i,7ri ti."i irl.TVt I'm Kespei tfully siilimitteil, . . l avi.oh, c trend ( if m. Sup. Franks also offered the follow ing, which on motion was not adopted: Mr. Chairman, dir.: Your committee to settle w ith county officers desire to call the attention of the Board to the fact that d tir ing many years the county sheriff has been allowed the sum of $4 per day for the use of his team while driving it in doing coun ty business. Believing this allowance t be excessive, we recommend the allowance of 3 per day. All of which is respectful ly submitted. Ciias. Fhanks, S. HoSKMIAlTT, Al.UKKT GltANSUKN, Waltkk IIlHlK, John Smith. Sup. Stevenson, chairman committee on abatements, submitted the following re port, which was adopted : Mr. Chairman, dec: Your committee on complaints and abatements would respect fully report that they have examined the matter of the petitions of .1. H. Carlin and John Smith, supervisors of Waltham and Ophir, presented before them, represent ing that certain farmers and taxpayers therein mentioned were assessed on grain in the town of I'tica, and were also assess ed for the same grain at their homes on their farms. Your committee recommend that tlie parties mentioned in the liefore mentioned petitions be released from assessment on the books of the town of I'tica in the sums set optKisite ther names utKin said 'ti- tions. And we have also examined the petition of E. M. Galloway rehitive to the assess- wasinient oi n-m 'i u. mi okx-k 11, wriginai Town of Ottawa, and your committed re commend that tlie assessment of said lot be made $.V)0, us determined by the town board, instead of fJOO, as returned by the assessor. All of which Is resjiectfully submitted. James W. Stevenson, Chairman. Sup. HickoR presenteo a oill from S. 14 Massey for fees and expense as witness fn tlie Garrity and M Gowan burglary cae, amounting to $'20.2., and on rhoTiou tUe sum of $12.2-, being actual expenses in curred, was allowed him. Sup. Mclntyre offered the following res olution, which was adopted: ' Wwi, That the committee on PuMic Buildinir le authorized to have th roof ited ;' aJso '"Mtud ck at Loi- ,itke ilf mjr'thtn ;tlrtian of inlnor repairs think neceOry. committee on stibiultleil the following rrx. 4i4ui(iitrjcjiv1 ' ' . 4 i4ulotrjo;iJT, 3fr. 'iwifrjpan, dir.: TYour coritjittee oh Feea tfni fiiilarles woull respectfuuvnort that thev have examined the petitio Mr. Kelly for an Increase of salary and the resolution of Mr. Perkins for an increase of salary of Mr. and Mrs. Iteedy, and as they have been unable to have a full attendance of the committee, would recommend that the matter be deferred to the Sept. session. All of which is respectfully submitted. C. Fischkh. Chairman. Sup. Hoge, chairman of the committee to settle with county officers, submitted a report, which was adopted, recommending the payment of the following claims: W. W. 'Taylor, olllee expenses flLSO " fee In criminal eases.. 4'.ls,.40 A. T. llartols, paid for extra clerk hire. '.rj."i(l Jacob L. Link, work in probate clerk's olllee fitl.OU Sun Hickok presented a claim of K. T. Freciand, of Sandwich, for sheriff's fees amounting to and on motion tlie same was-ordered paid. On motion of Sup. Hoge, the Clerk was authorized to publish tho proceedings of this term of die Hoard In the usual manner. On motion of Sup. McLauchlan the com mittee on Public Buildings was directed to procure drafts for suitable inscriptions to be cut on both faces of the corner stone of the court house and submit the same to the Hoard at its next September meeting. On motion of Sup. Fades the Board ad journed. jfrr dvtrtisctimtH. SPRING STOCK has com menced to arrive. A fine liue of Ladies' Kid and Goat, Button and Tie, Walking Shoes, at prices low er than the lowest. A full stock of Boots, Shoes and Rubber Goods always on hand at prices lower than the lowest Call and examine stock and see our prices. PRUETT & MILLER, Contractors and Builders. 1'repnred to niiike emit met fur Cni-penler Work of all kiiiilf; niiike emanates; furnish iniitertali,ftc. Stair H u i Mini? a Specialty. All perMiiiscmiti'inpliitlni! Imlldliii: will find It to tlielr uilviinMire to call n them for eHtliiiutes. SHOP ON COLl MIiUS STREET, Second Mtilldinie south of County -lull. maris tf LIBBEY BROS. & CO. HIIKKPKIiS ASP MIllTKliS UK Clyde, English & Horman HORSES, HEREFORD CATTLE I'olaiMl-China and Ucrksliire SWINE. 100 POLAND ir this .Seam m's Trade imw PIGS ready f'r wile. A iiiiuilieriif aiilniHls'if earli nf lliealmve liieedn nfallaitea and -r. eillier K"i'l'' nr Ihnrniigli- hri'dx, alwnH on liaiiil fnr Kile. rllnii nf I.K k ii lr ii Kami, five mil' " wmtli wvt of Oltawa. I'. It. I!nx, 1.m iittawa, IlinioiH. Boots and Shs. We have a full and complete stock of Spring and Summer tJoods, at prices remarkably low, considering the quality. A splendid line of Ladies' Walk- in Shoes and Slippers and II Itli Button Shoes. .Misses and Chil dren's Shoes, Men's and Hoys' Shoes; in fact everything in the shoe line. We do not expect your trade unless we can i;ive you as much for your money as you can tret elsewhere. Neither do we ask Jvou to tkl our word for it hut - - . i . . COTflrAndJudjre for yourselves. tfegOws are on our shelves, pleased to show t. J3P'1IPPS. aud.gttttsi'sof the cfV-"'-"-lerj-tiw1 8 jCsll it mm OTTAWA Caniage and Road Cart Factory , I GAT t SON, Prop'rs. MANUFACTURER OARRIAGES PHAETONS, 4 y Buggies. SfUe Bars and Tanner's Two-Seated'Buggies AUo. THE GAY ROAD CART, Wlilca liacknowleilKt-d by 1) who bavo tiwd tliem be the mum complete for EASE OF RIDING, Beauty and Durability of any Roao Cart placed before the public. Call anil examine our different iitylea of ORrriatrea at' Uuail Carta, Ai'.. bi lore purciianiiiK, which we will neli at ebeap as Koud work can be nj'A fur bv any manufacturer in thetate. REPAIRING In Fainting, Trimming, Iron ft Wood Work Promptly attvndeil ta and tatlafactto uarhiitiard. Factokt One Block West or Post Orrici UBHlAUliiS, HUUUllSH,Ar. H. W. JONES, Carriage Factory fHOBB IV WANT OF Good Carriage UuiKie. T e. Top and Open migpieii. Slide seat wo-eeat nen ninwles. Liiiht WaKoni. sUiKiea, e., ean nna iwem at hub iac- tnry, all of lilt own make, of the Beet Material and In tlie Mont Approved Style and Ftntah.all Warranted and for palest Low !rlcen. Alio make to order audi aa are wanted. HepalrliiK dene promptly; painting, trimming wood and Iron work. OTTAWA CENTRD Wagon & Carriage Manufactory JOHN D. VETTE, Prop'r, On Suuerior Street, near the old River House. Foi Having Introduced a.any important Improvement' Id i "tatilUhnient, inaklni It th' lariient and moat con plete yi 0i city, the under tinned liiTlteaTarmorii aid otbert def-irdm new wnffiiNs or old one renalred' or wlrblng Fine Fainlly CarrUKe, IOigi;lea, I'hwton mid OeiniM-rnt Waifofa, Or anythnu In bin line to (rive lilm a rail. All work warrantedHinlpnees that defy rompetltlon. V)HN O. VKTTK. IIILL&FOIMIIIALS Carriage and Wagon FACTORY, n Main Street, c-r tot BUer Brldgt OTTAWA. ILLS. afanuffcet-ire all kludi of CAKtoi, Tor ai ftrtt. Bunuiaa. vartoua atylna of " Two lltTin I'll., ton a, Umona.T MnSpaiK Wao Alaobav a large aMortinent alway. on band. KlnV claw Kaaaiaa' Wtwim alwava on hand. All onr work la warranted, and made of the heat m . erihl, and wMl be aold alttu itood and reliable wor can h. fdd at. . Weamnloy a nrai-cm. innimn mu k--i ,r . I ainil. oHoD-work and repairing at tiort muii-a for a 1 Kindi oftop-work and re Call and ix' our n Waconr twfurr buying. Call and our Uck ' "ur IMPORTED BROOD MARES FOR SALE. Four very fine Kng'l"li tratt llrn.! Man a, '.n.p. -ti'd by melavt winter ilin-e of wldi h are Mini year old ei.iiiihg t, and one ilir.'e veara old; when fiiil gniwn will w,-lgh alxMif 1" to I""! lb I have n -uleil In England up to the Uit yar and have bad every opportunity f"r inakliig rhi.li e 'iei-tifi.. All ttmw ilinlrou "f Inning ebon-e at.a-k are linited to ei.me and iwe the. annual. lwf,r huying. Curre polidelwe ,llelled. FliKO. W:l. II. I' ft. Addrwa: l'.r..klli-:d. III. lion Tf., Miir-il!, IjiSai'.eCo.. 111. maj U iiii". rUBLIHEO EVI&Y FKIDAT At 44 La Salle Street, OTTAWA, 1 1 -t Is the On 1 j German Taper In La Salle County. Also between Chicaeoantj wtvenprt,n , therefore well adapted at an ; ADVERTISING MEDIUM a X o j 8 S Csntral Illinois WscienUati LMNAL tKTTI.K.MEMT. fTATl or 4j".. IU.b- A. IHK. IlKl K.NKO Nilll.'A I. Ii..rhv if.,'..:' f . . ull peraoiid lnler.ii'd In wild t-.tate, ttiat '.lie uii .e. ..'ued, .VilintnWratrix of the Ktte of wild Jamea K'.b.i... de cerned, will apM-ar la-fore tbe i'n.lwie Court rtha iinty of La b.ille and male of Illluola, at t..e t .uintr Court limine. In (itiawa, in aind eounrv. on Monday, the 1Mb day of Augit.t a. n. IbHI, for tlie ptirpoaeot ri'iuleriim an at-eount of her pna-eedlnga In the admin ial ration of wii.l eatatefur the final artt lenient. I Oated at Dtuiwa, Uila .Mk day of .Inly 1hi I MAHY JtOHIR ATTItaT! A. T. IlARTKIJ. Ad n lllllilatrutrlx. Clerk Prolaite Court La Salle Co, 111. JulyllM CHASE! FOWLER, Muttrf in t 'htinrrry. JM ASTKK'S SAI.K. &TATK OF ILLINOIS, CorsTT or L bALLK, bruit Vtim t nf tuM enttnty, 'n f'H'tnrtry, ' , William Ilnpeiniin and Samuel C, Wiley, parlnert, be., eoinplalnaiita, ri. Frederlrk 1. Kinder etal., de fendauta. 1'ublie nottrela hereby given, that In pnriuanre of a decree entered in tlie alaive enlltled cauae at the June term of Nild eoiirt, to w it. June JTiih, a. l. 1H84, 1, Cliaa Fow ler, Maater in Chani ery of wild i-oiirt, will, oD the H iimd day of Aiiul a. n. lKI, nt the hour nf two o't lia k In the aftvrii'ion of auld day. at the aouth door of the County Court Miium. In tile eitw of Ottawa, eoimty of La al)e, Htnle of Illlnol, aell 'ai, rfii title ven due to the bight t and lient bidder, for ca.li. tli fiilloar. lng deribed preniiwn, to wit: Lot one il nfBHek nineitu, in S. T. Stilw.n' Addition to F'.arlville, couflty of La .Salle and otate of Illliiola. -Hated July rjtb, ISM. CHASE KOWLKH, 1 Munter in Cbaiii'ery. Gii.iikht A F.i'KLKH, Sol'ra for Coinplta.- Julyli-3 FOR SALE. ; The late roldenee of E. .1. Wall. IfoiiNe la large anl fitted up 111 inialirn at vie, and In flrat-tlaaa CondlUoa la liig nearly new. Heated by furnace. Artesian water In house and yard. Good nled lot ami good barn. For further particulars Innuireof JAMES UALVLN, IlelanS lilwk, littawa. 111. feb : For Isaf.'tv In priK-urlng your ti?.i II MX HUIiSE 11AV Fill 11AV FufiKii' n'irtl only tliow having thereon an fmpritit of ouri KAiiK xakk, and thereby af Infrlngi'iiieiit fee. Catalogue giving reliable Information furnished free oy -m a. ami 1 ro im. A. J. X ELLIS A CO. Pittsburg, Pa. Alao, Mf'ga Xcllii' Mounted and FloHting Harrowa, Agt'l Stceln, O'lu't'l Fencing, Itoad lirudera, e. , IdeMreto sell iiiiineiliately the following property, situate In the city ot Ottawa: No. I. A Two-atory Hrick Itulldlng. 'ilxtO ft., with a l ktoi'y Iron clad, '.Vx.i, In the rear. Tlie buildings are Ui-w. Till properly la on ( Union atreet, one block di rectly wect of court bonne: and a bargain. Xn.'i My ItcMilt'iice. ltuatcd on Illinois Avenue, the beat residence street In Ottawa. Tlie ground cqd hiins alaiut V of ail acre. Houae hna Iti roc una, cloaeta, bath room and cellar; artesian, well and rlatern water; good barn, coal and wmid hoiiaes; abundance of shade and fruit trees; all In llrst -class order. Partle contem plating buying or building will Hud it to their advantage to look at this property. Time will be given on part if delred. Iniiulrc at my residence or of nr. J. O. rlarrii. marl GEOHUE JEKYLL. COUNTY ASYLUM. Notice ii hereby given, trial on Thuniilay, anu KrioUiya of each week visitor will be ad mitted to the Asylum. No visitor admitted on 6aa dayi. T. C. GIBSON County Agent. MEN Prooaro for Cnmpplprn of 884 lU.lrKATKII CATAl.OlifK of BAND INSTRUMENTS, I'm. forms, t4Ui'Mit nii,etc.f nnU CAMPAICN BAFOD MUSIC. CHURCH & LEE, 20O to 206 Wabash Av. Chicago, til. ALL KINDS. We will ell yon a flrst-clasa Sewing Machine cheaper than any one in thin county, either for caab or Install ment. Oil and attachment! on hand. All Machine full; warranted. Call and ave Ottawa, Jan. li 18-4. F. D. 6WBET8KK ft CO. 'Clayton's Dm Carl' fa The management of this beautiful and popular plf.is ure rewifl Is pleaaed to announce that tlie (.leu is In rcadiucs to receive visitors and every effort will la' at foriii to make all who come enjoy Hu iiiHelvea to the lltlllo.t. The use of llrearma In the Parks or surrounding MP'inisi's Is stiie'ly forbidden, and iu intoxicating Ilouors or rowdyistii allowed. liinuince from oitawa, 13 Ulilea: fioin I'tica, 4 inilee. .Iniill-moe JOHN M. ( LA VTON. Chicago, Alton & St, Louis Railroad. ( m and after April 29, ll, trains on the C. A. It. II, pasM Joliet as folloas: lilllMI NllBTII. Express Mull U'' P II Lightning Express 5.11 a X lietiver Express Vi' r M K. ( . and M. U Express 5.'' A V Juliet Accommodation ".Si AH (IniNd Sol-T!l. Express Mall ld.1 A M Lightiilnu Express .1U.J8 r U Hi liver Expivsa ii'i P M K. ( . 1 lid St. I.. Express ll.Vt A V Joliet AecoiiiiniHliitlon 6. 13 ! Lightning Express, llcnver Express, and Kansas City and M. Loin- Express trains run daily: Express Mali and Juliet Ai'coiiiiiui'lailoii run daily, except Mindny. Kansas cltv and St. I.otils Express going south runs through without change .,f car-. Morning train to St. Louis lias free chair cars. 11 1 , , I evening train through sleeper- to St. Louis and Spriiiglleld. JAY W. ADAMS. Ticket Agent C. ik A. liallroad. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy B. B- TIMK TAI1LE, Oitcil.or 13th, l(Sri. apCaution to Farmers & Dealei? TAi;Tiw F,,r Safety In IUC PimV llitf'wl.' OF valnaulB Property for Sale 1 Sewing Macnines 1. Going North. 5 if STATIONS. Pasa. Pai. No. 70 No.I B. B. A M. AI 10.30 12 .07 C5I 9.42 R.34 S.21. 8.1H 8.l 7.58 7 10 7.42 7.28 ra.il 7.10 S.3 S 34 S 23 5.07 S.'V 4.53 4 45 4.94 4.4 4.15 4.M 3.50 . . . Chicago . . . ....Aurora.... .West Aurora. 1 3w 12H 1 2 3 SH S Fox Hlv June ...Oswego.. .. ..Yorkville... Fox . Millbrook.. ..M.lllngtou.. ...SI Titian... ....Strena. ... ...Hlakea.... ....Wed run... ID ;'27H 32 : fH I4.ll, 44 4 4H 52 t VI ;804 H 31. . . . Dayton O.K. LAP Cr'g OTTAWA South ( ittawa. ..Side Track..! .(Irani! lililge. ...lilchards... ... Streator... 7.1 3.30 H rn.Li 4 6.5H A M.LV Freight trains carrying passengers leave Ottawa ai follows. For Earl, K.ll) a. .: for Aurora. 10.O5 a. M. ; for Streator, 5 e5 a. ., 1.13 p. v.. and S.10 P M. Morning train make cloae coiiiuvtlon at Aurora for a!1 points east and west. ruuman raiaee Mwping 1 am, 1 11. v. 1'raTrrag fUxin. 'ara, Horton's ltecllDlng Chair Car, and the J. II. A O. Palai e inning Cars, by this route. All Informa tion alnint rate of fare, leentng car accommodation! and time table wll be cbeerHillv given by applying to General Paaaenger Agent, Chicago. Thus. J. PoT-rait. fieneral Manag-r, :hlcago. OF.O. E. KOF, Agent at Ottawa. Chicago, Rock Inland and Facifio Railroad NEW TIME TAltLE. (J.lINO EaT. No. 2, Pai ttlc Exp s a! 4. Vglit Expr,'- .. a, Kaiis:islity Expr Exps ami Mall .11. 2S a M . S. 22 A M . 2. 24 A . J. P M . :. a m .11.13 A V .x pre-a H. ( liicai?,, and Ihiven,rt Accom pi. Peru Fast Accommodation 12, St. Paul Expn-as Ft'tiihlt Carrying Paufngert. .w, tn VI , 1-V P M 5.10 P M H.40P M .to a a " K ll.lt! p GotNU Wht. No. I, Ailantlc FxTre. " 3. 'glit Expr, s 1, hicago and Kansas 'lty Fxprea , , Ia-eiit.rt Ac4-,tmtii,Mtatlon " S, Peru Fa-t Acconim,alatioii , " 11, St. Paul Expr.-, via Albert Lea , t'triiht 1,'ttrryiHtj Pamengert. 2" . . . " ii. ; '..v...... Nisv, and 10 arrt-e : Cbu ao at U 1.1 a. m. i hiciuo at 4. 13 P. . daliv iSundav exc-nted k. .. S.Jdp ..12..V1 A M .. l.VI A M ,. 1PM ,. 7 . V' r m .. 2.00 P M .. I.3t A M .. 2.H.IP M and leave Going South, Pan. I Pas. No. 71 I No. II. ! II. 1 P.M. LV A M. LV 4.1.1 SIS 6.14 111.1 ( is 10 ;n 6.30 10.: (.40 10. M e.i6 11. ui B.S4 ll.W 7.0:t 11.1.1 7 12 II. W m,M 11. M 7' 11.42 7.37 U.riO j 7.50 12.02 ! (.10 j 12 24 8 . HI ! 12.11 p.m. as rii.ii Ni. 11 and 12 run daily. liM ludfiig Sundava. No. laearrlea paseng.m tn-tw reu Bureau and Ottawa No. 2 carrie pam-ncrr between Oeneaeo and Ot tawa. Nua. 2 and k carry paaarngeTW between JoUet axal Bureau N.j. W and tarry paascager between Pitt fcland ar-d La Salle. H. R. Capi.k. tien'l Manager. B.ST.J..MM..--. R. r. FmaTTTMA - 6enl Tkt A l. AgT. Agent at OUawa.