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IutereMlnK Teat a Mmle by the Cioveruuwiit ClinulhU. Dr. Edward Ci. Love, the Analytical Chemist for tht' (iovcrnnicnt, hint niudu omo lntcrct lnir cxi i'iiuicntH s to tliu comimratlve value of'.bukiiiur l'owdcra. Dr. Lovc'a texts were mudc to determine what brumU are the. most economical to use, and a their capacity lies In their leavcninir ))ot r, teats were directed solely to ascertain Hi" uvallublo jtaa of eucn powder. Dr. Love's report jrivea tiio follow. Name of thy Strength Baking Powders. Cuhlc lnehc tins jier each ounce of l'mvder. " Royal," (absolutely pure) V-T.4 " I'atapsco," (alum powder) lAVJ " Kumford's," (phosphate) fresh YiiA Kumford'" (phosphate) old 33.7 " Hanford's None Such," fresh 131.H " Hanford'a None Such," old M !io "Redhead's " 1170 " Charm," (ulum powder) 110.H "Amazon," (alum powder) lU.lt Cleveland's," (contains lime) 110.K "Sea Foam"... 17.'. "Cr.ar" W.$ " Dr. Price's," (contains lime) KW.tt " Snow Flake," (Froff's, St. l'uul) 1U1.KS "Lewis's" Condensed SW.'J " Congress " yeast t fT.5 " C. K. Andrews iVCo.'s, (contains ul'm) 78.17 "Hecker's" !3.5 "(iillet's" H4.3 "Bulk" N.5 In his report, the (ioveruiuent Chemist favs: " I reifnrd all alum powders as very un wholesome. I'hoKphatu and Tartaric Add powders liberate their pis too freely in the process of hakim;, or under vuryinjr climatic change s'uiler deterioration." Dr. II. A. Molt, the former Government Chemist, after a careful and elaborate exiuni nation of the various Baking Powders of worn, mercc, reported to the Government in favoi of the Royal brand. Prof. McMurtie, late chief chemist for the U. S. Government at Washington, says: " The chemical tes's to which I have submitted the Royal Baking Powder, prove it perfectly healthful, and free from every deleterious substauce." From Lostant Lostant, June 9th, 188.. D. M. Hall brought his grain to Lostant this week. That looks as though thev were getting better prices here for grain than in Weno na. The grain trade still keeps booming anil grain men look happy. N. Kinsey, agent for the Union Central Life Ins. Co., of Cincinnati, has been In town this week. Miss Lizzie ISittle, of Tonica, Is visiting Mrs. John Skeet. The observance of Decoration day here was appropriate, though not so extensive us was intended. Owing to the rain in the morning and the muddy condition of the streets, the exercises, which were under the auspices of the Grand Army of the Re public, tix)k place in the M. E. church. A delegation from Post 9.'), of Tonica, assisted in decorating graves. The memorial ad dresses was delivered by Uev. M. B. Crum baker, of Tonica, followed by J. B. Outer and others. The congregation then re paired to the cemetery and proceeded to cover the graves of soldiers with (lowers. J-N'c- From Marseilles- Mauseiixks, III., June 13, lsSo. The outskirts of a cyclone passed over this place last Sunday evening, J une 7th, about 8 r. m. No damage of any moment wus done. In the Congregational church the minister bad just begun his sermon and the windows beitiir open every light was blown out. The movement was in a north easterly direction. From the papers ive have since learned that the cyclone did much damage In Wisconsin. We are not anxious for another visitation. The Marseilles Mfg. Co. are having a good trade in wind mills from Baltimore, Md., and vicinity, and well us South America. We are told that a Democratic weekly paper is to start here. We have been in formed that a large list ot suoscnoers nas been guaranteed. "Beemus" Is looking; np the matter. There is no one we can ' give a heartier welcome to than Mr. Arm-! strong, and we trust his stay among us may prove of usefulness to him and pleasant for the people. The "Hyers Sisters' colored comedy compuny" appear here Monday and Tues day, next week, June 15 and Hi, in "Black ville Twins" and "Out of Bondage." Popu lar prices prevail. The Universalis! people are prepnrlng an entertainment for June 2.1th. It promises to be very good. Next Sabbath Is chil dren's day with them. A Sabbath school concert is held in the evening. The Congregational church have a sup. per and entertainment J une 2:Jd. Vicinity Items. Aurora is going to spend $l.0,000on wa ter works. The Peru city council has passed ordi nances forbidding animals from running at large; and the depositing of tilth aud rub bish in the streets. On Saturday last, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ouen ther, living west of Peru, were thrown out of their conveyance, the horses being frightened by a bicycle. Mr. O. had three ribs broken, while his wife had her shoul der blade broken. Louie Linch, of Peru, has been arrested a3 an insane person. A few days ago he tried to jump into Cahill's shaft to escape a l)ody of lynchers supposed to be after hiui, and later tried to run an engine out of the round house to escape his pursuers. Sunday, at about 11 o'clock, Mr. Freder ick Iteuter, editor of the Illinois IMwh ter, was accidentally drowned in the Ver million river, about a half mile above the iron bridge, at Streator, while in bathing with others. He was born in Wobrum. Germany, in 184-3, and In 1SX came to America, settling In Ottawa, where he Uvea for 11 years, and where be married Miss iaiuerme L.euiz. v nu jonn u. wnmim he founded the III. Botlmhttr, a German newspaper, at Streator, a ye r ago, becom ing sole owner. He had succeeded in building up an 3,w business, lie was a member of the Beethoven Lodge, I. O. O. F., who took charge of the funeral at the grave. This is how John Oberly came to be dub bed "Bishop," as told by himself: It was in the campaign of '80 when Black was nominated for lieutenant gover nor, but declined, and I was selected as the next victim. I did not dare refuse, for I was holding an office under a republican governor, and it would be said the office Held me back. Well, I ran for lieutenant- eovenior, got left of course, and lost my of nee as well. Just before the election Lou Southard met Bishop Seymour on the street la Springfield, and, golo up to him, gave the Bishop a tremendous slap on the shoulder, remarking: "John, how Is tne d d old thine going, anrhow?" The Bishop jumped a foot, and asked Lou what be meant by speaking to him in that manner. Lou saw his mistake by this time and apologised profusely. The next day ha met me in about the same place He lifted his hat reverently and said : beer vour nardon for mv unfor tunate blunder yesterday." I couldn't think what he was at, and ask ed him what he referred to. -1 mean mUtidf.njj you for John Oberly Ju-ri!ltyln the C 1 Is the matter with you ?" was all I could say. .... ,i i i lor ' T.nn mnrftil nut. "oiu again, uy uiuuuci, - . "Let's take a drink." , . . The story got around pretty effectually, and after that I was the "Bishop." Senator Logan's son in not pttrtlcularly i... i sitn.rfiAbl. He is regarded as a cross between a dude and a lazy boy.-- His father's young secretary, air. wueu Hall-who, by the way, is a bright, energet tic fellow seems to share the general dis like of Logan, the son. At a party in spring- field the other evening youu asked by a lady how long he had been In Springfield. Turning listlessly to Hall, he Inquired in drawling tones "Al bert, old fel how long have I been in Springfield, eli'v" Mr. Hall retorted rather sharply: "Excuse me, sir, but I'm not keeping tabs for the benefit of your feeble memory." HOME MATTEK3. 1'nritonnl. Esq.. A. B. Smith, Esq., returned yesterday from Chatswortli, where he had been visiting for a few days. Wauneii. Mrs. J. I. Warner arrived home from Chicago, after a three weeks' visit, last Tuesday evening. Hermans. Kor.Mr. Hermans, of me .pis. copal church of this city, held services at Tonica on last Wednesday evening. F.iiEHsoL. Albert II.Ebersol, of Englewood, accompanied by his wife, is in the city visit ing among their many old friends. Sthavyn. Mrs. Isaiah Strawn and Miss Strawn are visiting in Pontiac, and expect to be away from Ottawa for some weeks. Jordan. Judge Jordan, of Morris, was in town this week looking over the field with a view of entering the race for the vacant judgahtp. Da The MVa-fem SiMtmnan and Liit Stwk .V,m honors the Doctor and Is honored by a portrait and blograpli of Dr. Win. Sheppard, of this city, this week. Koad Saui'l Richolson spent part of the week In Sycamore trying to settle land con demnation suits brought against the Northern Railroad in DeKalb county. Gkifkith. In our list of graduates of the High School last week the name of Miss Clara Clrilllth was unfortunately omitted. Our read ers will please note the correction. Bai m. Mrs. George Baum aud daughter, Mrs. John SchoUcrt, all of Marshalltown, Iowa, made their Ottawa friends a visit lui-t week. Thev were this week in Morris, their former home. Stkawn. Miss Lydia Strawn is busy on a book describing the beauties of Kankakee and neighborhood, prepared for and to be printed and used by the Illinois Central Rail road Company. West. Mr. J. I. Warner, the well known agent for western lands, took another party to the Great West this week in search of lands. Mr. Warner has been very successful this sea son, aud has sold an Immense quantity of land. Cal. Miss Hattie Harrison, of the city schools, left the city this week with her broth er for California, where she will spend the summer, expecting to return to her positiou in September next, having provided a substi tute for the few weeks yet remaining of the present school year. J. D. II. J. D. Hammond made Ottawa a Hying visit on Sunday aud Monday last, just in from the Land of the Dakotas. lie prom ises us his Impressions of Dakota soon In the form of a letter. Dakota land agents will do well to order u thousand or two copies for distribution to prospective settlers, for we feel that J. D. H. is Koil,n to 8tnrt another boom for the country. Clakk. The Taiwi nf Dp, of Danville, N. Y., speaks of Miss Bertha Clark, daughter of the late Thos. H. Clark, of this city and Au rora, in this wise, in notes of a concert for the benefit of the flower mission: "The violin solo by Bertha Clark, a young niece of tlie Drs. Lcfllngsvell, was so exquisite, and the little musician so simple and unaffected as to call forth the heartiest applause, and in response, with Miss Dana s accompaniment, she played tlieTra-unierel." Those wh remember Miss Bertha's playing here a year or so ago, and hinking of the promise she then gave as a violinist, w ill appreciate the delight her hear ers must have enjoyed. AiiiiiiM'ineiitK, Cort'tna's "Wild West" show, so extensive ly billed here by lithographs ?or the ltith mid 17th inst., went to pieces at Galesburg, where some of the property was attached for debt. The balance was run off by the cowboys and Indians of the party, who at the first alarm mouuted the ponies and skipped overland for the "Wild West" a la mifttrel. The small boy Is perishing with grief, but the grand ar my of parents will escape the annual lasso fever which always breaks out after an exhi tion by such snaps. The Hyers Sisters Comedy Company, who have been giving good satisfaction for the past two nights in "The Blackville Twins" and "Out of Bondage," will give a matinee this afternoon, when they will present the great musical drama "Out of Bondage." So be sure and take the children, and let them have a good laugh and hear the good singing. To-night they will repeat their great success, the "Blackville Twins." All of next week the Opera House will be occupied by the Josie Crocker Dramatic Com pany, in a fine repertoire of standard plays This is the finest company on the road play- ingto people's popular prices, 10 and 20 reats. On Monday night will be presented the cbirrm ing five-act drama entitled "Sea of Ice," with the full s'rength of the company. Rescrred. seats can be secured at Simon's music store for only 30 cents. Ou Tuesday last the U. S. Fish Commission deposited 300,000 shad fry in Fox river at Au rora, Illinois. We had always supposed the shad a fish that would do well only in streams running direct to salt water. It is certainly not a fish natural to Illinois waters, and, we believe, cannot le expected to do well In Illl nois waters. Besides it Is a fish nerer known to be taken by book and line, and therefore useless to anglers; and if seiners are to be al lowed free range in our rivers the Commission Is certainly aware that it is perfectly useless to attempt to stock at res mi with any flsb. What is needed in Illinois waters, the Fox rlrer especially, is bass fry. As an edible fish there Is no finer in the world; a jramler fish does not swim; and being natural U the stream would Increase and multiply rapidly. Tho bass is not yet appreciated as It should be by llsh commissions, who are somewhat In the line of "cranks" on alleged "fancy fish," and belugas a rulo eastern men have directed their attention to the shad a most excellent fish In Its place, but Illinois Is not its place. Wedding Hells. Tho society eveut of the week In Ottawa was the marrlago, at the Episcopal church on Tuesday evening, of Miss Maggie, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Stout, of this city, to Mr. George II. Root, of Chicago. Invltu tioiis had been largely Issued, both to witness the ceremony at the church aud to a reception at the residence of the bride's parents, after the ceremony, and U Is needless to say the at tendance was a jam at both. The ushers for the occasion were Ed. C. Allen, Jr., Dr. R. B. Dyer, George Trimble and Emerson Morgan ; the bridesmaids Miss Mamlu Morse, of Evauston, and Miss Mabel Cushman, of this city, and the groomsmen Mr. Win. McBrum, of Chicago, and Mr. Rothrock, of Geneseo. Our Jenkins failed to bo present to take notes of the dresses worn by tho principal parties, and It must suffice to say that all were richly, tastefully and becomingly arrayed. The par ties arrived at the church promptly at eight o'clock, and tho procession iu due order moved up the center aisle to the altar to the stratus of Mendelssohn's wedding march. The church was profusely decorated with (lowers for the occasion, and presented a brilliant appearance. The ceremony, which was of course that of the Episcopal church, was impressively rendered by the rector, Rev. N. W. Heerinans. At Its close the par ties and such of the attendants as had been invited, repaired to tho residence of the bride, where the usual congratulations were extended and a sumptuous wedding supper was served. The presents were displayed In un upper room and were exceptionally rich aud numerous. The bride, who was born ond raised In this city, Is the youngest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Stout, and, since her entrance upon the stage of girlhood, has been a favorite and leuder iu our young society. The groom, who Is an accountant iu the l uion National Bank of Chicago, is a native of that city and a young man of engaging presence, intelli gence and refinement. A number of the guests were from abroad, among whom were Mrs. Mather, Mr. and Mrs. Town, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Furst, Denver, Col.; Mrs. Morse and daugh ters, Mr. and Miss Brown, Evanston; Mrs. Root, mother of the groom, Mr. Rothrock, Geneseo; Mr. and Mrs. Dawson and daughter, Fort Wayne, lnd.; Messrs. McBrum, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Mrs. Albert Hard, Milwaukee, and others. The happy couple proceeded next day to their home in Chicago, taking up their quar- tors for the present at the Hotel Bristol in that city. The following were this week granted li censes to marry: EJward E.James and Sarah Schwartz. Chester K. Carpenter and Nellie A. Currier. Chan. F. Burdick and Laura M. Wilson. George H. Root and Margaret Stout. John L. Freeman anil Katie. L. McKeonen. Krhard Speitel and Mary Shalller. Harry Moser and Caroline Bastian. Andrew Johnson and Knger Vicrson. The dog-pelting business should not stop In the cities. There is lots of room for good, judicious shooting In the rural districts, es- peelally when one thinks of the numerous cases which in one form or another duplicate the experience of Saui'l Richolson, Esq., on last Thursday evening. He was riding homo with his little son In an open buggy, driving a three-year-old colt, perfectly gentle but a little green, perhaps, to country practices, and trustworthy on all reasonable occasions. While passing a burn, out rushed two whelp dogs at the horse, who jumped aside with a lunge. Mr. Richolson, who happened to be looking for something In the buggy, was taken unawares and thrown out of the buggy to the, ground. Having hold of the reinsi the horse was slopped and no damage done, since he was unhurt and the boy remained in the buggy. But no man should permit such dogs freedom, and any man would be justified in shooting them. Fit;ci a'ds Hawl have nccetcd mi cnijiiijc. m :nt from the Morria Fourth of July coin, mittcc to play Iu that city on the Fourth. The selection was inmle after ofTera nnulc hy three or four other bunds of the neiolilior- hood, some offerlnir to play ns much as $40 loss tint ii is paid Fitzgerald's Hand. Tills is a very fine compliment to the hand, certainly and they ure hard at work now prepurltij,' new and suitable music for the occasion, and our Morris friends will not be disappointed with them. Attention! Comrades. To enable you to journey pleasantly and cheaply, from your homes to the Oram! Army Reunion at Portland, Maine, the Burlington Route (Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Kail road) has made the following arrangement for your transportation from all stations on their roud to Portland, Maine, and return. TICKETS, DATE OP SALE, LIMITATION, T('. Round trip tickets w ill be sttld June Mth to 23d Inclusive. Limited K"inK ""til June 34tn, and to limited returning to thirty days from date of sale. Stop-over privileges will be ul lowed at points of interest by lines ejwt of Chicago, Peoria, or SH. Louis on return trip only. These tickets will be available only to member of the Grand Army of the Republic and families, members of the Woman's Relief Corps, and organized Bands and Drum Corps. Applicants for these tickets must present cer tiflcate of Post Commander, or otherwise Iden tify themselves as being entitled to such tick eU. RATES OF PA RE, ROUTES, ETC. The round-trip rate from Chicago Is tiYOO; Peoria, 9iXi; St. Louis, .Tu.00. Low round trip rates will be made from all statious, to either Chicago, Peoria or St. Louis, which will be added to the above rates, and tickets sold through. Passenger will fee given their choice of any of the different route between the above mentioned points and Portland. Tickets will not be sold via New York. For tickets, rate and general information call on your nearest C, B. A Q. Ticket Agent or address Perceval Lowell, General Psssen ger Agent, Chicago, 111. Hank Riffden and Tom Maberhave been ap pointed railway postal clerk under the new regime, and will go on duty u probationer early next week. Jourwit. n.nm flam Pearson at the Instance of the .iruuimmiu. "J "gang" at Mitch's, and vu a complete ur- prise to tho "probatlonlsts" or prohibitionists themselves. But somo men, you know, have greatness thrust upon them, so to speak. The appointment was equally unexpected to the local authorities. Postmaster Bowman Is skep Meal, suggesting that "only one in six lu our party Is smart enough to hold such a position, and I guess we average up about as well as any party." But tho postmaster reads tho Tribune, and hasn't quite recovered yet from his last November shock. A small flro took pluee on Thursday at noon In the wooden row ou Main street, justcastof tho "Hossack row," In a laundry occupied by Mrs. George Washington, colored. It was extinguished by energetic action by the buck et brigade. The engine, however, made good time, reaching the scene in just two minutes after tho bell sounded the alarm. 01 in I, 11D Congress Contempla ting Changing its Color. And Recommends that a Contract be Made with F. W. Devoe & Co. To furnish their Ready Mixed Paints, as upon actual analysis they have found them to be the best Paints on the market made of the very best materials, and guar anteed to cover more surface and weigh more to the gallon than any other paint that Is manufactured. The Paint is sold in Ottawa by E. Y. Griggs. Healso keeps the best brand of strictly Pure Wrhite Lead and Oil, and a full line of Painters' Sup plies. A complete stock of Fresh and Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Also Schx)l Books aud School Supplies. Teachers and small dealers supplied with Writing Paper and Envelopes at Chicago prices. Prescriptions carefully compounded night or day. E. Y. U1UGUS. La Salle County Institute Will lie iM'ld nt Ottawa, 111 HWi School, coiiiiiiomiiig Jul) 'iitli, closln AiO!"t llth. The Instructor are. I'rofi'KHirHjdlin M. Iity. formerly comity ,ipenntenl nit; C. W. TuflMrliit'lial of l nittilp hlKh school; II. I. Cotton, f "'U'"' school, uml II. I. Ilel.er. The attention of those prermniiK for llrnt unule ci r tltlcuteH U called to the bencflt tluy will derive frcm I'rof. Coltou's uixi ruction, who lin made the wtenccH a specialty, and alio to the advHiituxea afforded hy use of the excellent apparatus tielontfliiK to the hluli Hi hool. Teachers of country or unt;railcd schools, henlnners and candidates who will derive the greatel advantage from attendance at the Inslltute, unfortunately are those least likely to attend, as experience shown. Now this is ureatly to he regretted, and hcrearierattendin.ee at the Institute shall 1 cmsldere l a very Important Item In formlDK favorable estimate of every youiiK pcraon a;tplyltiK fur cettiflc ite or for renewal of the M ' (i. H. STOCK DALK. Junl.1-lW County Sup't Pub. Schools. VP Jl General Carpenter Work. 8TAIR BUILDING A (SPECIALTY. Contracts Taken and Kminiatcs Furnished. No Shoddr Work allowed to leave our hands. Shopon Columb'U St., Smith f Ctmnty J nil. May 10 :iin.m MIM.KI! A NATT1.M.KK. c Calculi Resolvent VALUABLE DISCOVERY! Ilright's Disease, Gravel, and all Liver and Kidney Diseases, thr remilt of ( alrull or Mone, roin d of carlsinate. of Mine and tiiaciiela. etr.! priflpltated In the vital or- iin bv the elimination of the raroonic via ra '"'m our drinking aater and veiretablea, bli liciilaintlii cirbonale. In I a rue iuaiititlee. UTKHINh INKI.AMMATION and tther disease of female have the same rrvatiiiC rue. alrull alo form in tne ii.tciii.' iu.-t. causing derangement or the l,H r an" inironiiruiK a train iifHtniuaeli I i , u Iivsiewiii, accompanied by Hmir Htiin-li and Iui.iir- trrl. Hlier reulof all nil are I'nin in t In- Illl.-U UIKl Ijillllm, rS-nllBll, Kli.Mllli- tl-m, and (leneral 1 itu.l.-, arin!ii!ed hv .1..rMiiiremelit (if the vital and aei-rrtorv onfall.. Thear 'atl-iilt are the aatue mlth the addition nf urle acld the dep.a.11 foiiod In every teakettle. ( al.-nli HeMilvent dl.lnteifrate and tati.e th- ni to m v In fine nartlcle without Injury to the orrati tlieiiiaelvt. and rnnn the remiitant die-. a reut long oiirtit liy ineiiirai H'lence, out never priori STiainru. .Sold by Ilruffglat General I jr. Trire $t per llottlr). Made nlj- by the Calculi Resolvent Maiufing Co., 70 Water Mrret, Cleveland, O. Lost of Strayed. Prom Olllen- paature. In Kectloa 1. (irand Itaptd Uiwtuntn. atXHil four mile nth of Maraellle. Itui r oM Heifer, with a M V. hraodrd on them : rvea vear llnaa. fl betiut heifer calvea mad tvoMerra Tfce flrxl I r uf the MUM will be liberally er ut the him will be liberal I v rewarded for lbir r I tor m wkr lu b fcuad A4drr all information to I juat.ivr ManrllKa. fil. Mill VR NATIINGEu A.T: the til iot mm AT 22 els. Each! On Saturday, at 10 o'clock, wo will offer a special lot of La dies' Corsets at 22 els. Each ! These Corsets are well boned, silk embroidered front, and are in every way equal to any corset ordinarily sold at 05 to 70 cts. We offer these corsets at the ridiculously low price of 22 cts. in order to attract attention to our corset department, that Ave may convince our customers that we carry the largest assortment, and at prices that cannot possi bly bo duplicated elsewhere. L. S. McCABE & CO., 801, 803 and 805 La Salle Street, opposite the Post Office. THE fJEW Ho. r fKy ym-jjJm.-:T' , : SELF-BINDING HARVESTER. Till machine has been Krcntlj Improved for I'M. It has now an entire STt't'L FHAMK ASP WHEEL. winch toiiki s It ot miiierlor sireiutli and durability. Weighs lid pounds less than the machine ot lat year; ha many other l.iiiiM ..i.k.oi,. i,1 w nli h inuki s It Hie 1;E I V.K7AA' In the market Iodic. fortt""l work, durability an I :l.'litin ot craft. Also a tu;i nun ,7A7i'-. M.7i .v, J't I.I.E ) .. ,r (: .II' Hit I'hS lor the I ' ri i in ' i -C " cvoij as repivs, ntcd hi i m:ly w irriniei .Uiculiic tVc inviic I'm es as low as any REED (iitaua. Ii: .lone 6. IS-n. "OTTAWA III IK. KYUOS (Iteeord 'iViVt). He I. a !ntiru , le .Mot. !-. ,.nd. blah, .troinr boned aud -.und. 1 took Sweet ake. al 111 in... e Jair 111 he free lor . I, .1 and n the cbui.l.loll Hold medal l Karlvtlie III le... IJejlliiree Py K el -1 h yal rae he to M ai ... .rue. t.v II a. W ,,r,,r. Ac ; Dun. the o'llrtan Mare. Se,' VS al,a. e . Trott n ISeyi er V M ! 'l iV H l. i. ihe ..lily hor-e ..anduin for erv Ire lu Illl.ioU. that ha lred a truttrr to trot m a a ne-)ear OTTAWA C1IIF.F Hav Stulllnri M han.i. hi.-h. .ure,.lted and ta.l. T II II, It aH K f!W i.i. Jr.iV.l.irea tr..ttrr It t Will KeT .m-en I .1 M II Kl M.. v.' Man., am! laaeoii tor nun i-Mwe .tune v. i, if,. iJ !f .'jtii r V i ' In raer. oii'ii a I iiikk 1 'u the Mali,... rare at thlv. free for all .tainon. ma IU( the M-aeou ..( I-M in 1:iii..i. l- i t.m i. ut ie ul lilt liiir urt im'h i i rm mi rmuii'ii WOOIMU KY Lark brown It red by V II Tir. Mr..t(e rountv, ...M.n, ir.Voh.i.i.e..5 Td.m.h. Indei-iMl.nce. i ,..,hl....,.h . Vo uMeer l;.... k . I.a,.,l. h AW iter V'l dain.tiiie He. tiv iiio. . iia.iiirii.iiian: .i oni. on. . ; v. L i i," ,IW ....... n,,. H.ei,. i .u.,i a i, .ma. b. Imp. l.-'iier. (iold.mith olunierr by Kylv k Hatn- hletoVii.n . t.i Ul.'..,. I.) lam..!, by a l'..r,ot . l of lllui her: clam. b. l wnfi r ur.--. wn oi puna . lid hundl-illle all.l , rl) . innreeiiiiii; I. Kmil l KN0.ril.EK (Standard) 1S30. H.vbre foa'rd 1B bv Ku.lmi w. (rerord J H i, and tire of Alert re.x)rd J: ); dam. U.ly WlnifM-d.. l,j Ne yTll-'i?, . l.v; :ld.,o.r.nev.l.j.s.l,.,yl..n..f Ilillt (VVrnKMit, B,-kh.k .J; " .m bfttj Vf. at Hop.- .., of Luk I-land ll:a iia t. Tin borae w lanrr, tn.ii t.urd. pnrr galled, aiid an peea. verv i.t r nd we - "vr he will tro, In 1 . ..r better thl. year. In thl. ihon 1 ll.e i-umbiu ton of b thit (,e..re Wiik- ml Ki-tl..Drer. two of the greatrot .irr.tbat have ever lived-Hauibieti.uuui UK lay. Hi tru t June I''"'. a we will trot loin till XKELY'S TOM CKOWDER (Facing Stallion). Kliteen hand, hlh: dark re.1 el,e,tnut; hnat rle.,, botinl and (paal feet. TOM CWV PKK wbrl r.y.b Miller Hl.ta-thiown. ..hi... r-a.l. U l.i Mr.-d by Tom t ruwder I Hay. ). WB of Old Turn 1 "'dJT' !.BW" "i . t the ire nf Pilot. Jr.. .ire of tUe dam of M,'d 8. aud J. I. C. i Ul dai". J, -un'rt- ,V"7f" Biea know the valae of rl r''in-cr. and It ha nre.l 141 our oi ,nr .rr iwi '. o. ..mmi- on the trf. A the deniand tor thl lion rrvlre U great, h will be Umlted to W mare. TERMS OF SERVICE. By-., noi Ottw Caiir. SO W.a.nat aY. KmI i l Ton Coa. . Theae rrtcJJ tlnureafoi A:r-. a tine ind.rd t olt. l 15 to lnre. Two tandard Colta at the farm la OraJid KNrti. will rre a few at 1S lnure. Y will d II to yoor tutrreM to breed lortandard bred 6talllB. rmrtjr with mare, ur moving them out of the roanty uwned In at the time of aervice forfein t iMurwnce ana r- from atarrh 1MH lu Mo. uwaer ma. UT The rerord. of theae aorwea. with the very low price, raarged for their rrvlrea. ooeht to .J?.. "Jt viaee a. I (over of gvud ami that II I great' W their latere to cnai and are tham. ttLOOD rcfl' p ..tare for narea from a dtotanra at Is aer uiokth. Colia aad rill lea Um get of Ike aorwaa for aata; aJQ bboim Uora CatU aad I i Huga, riymottta Mea aad wvaauvtw aega. WPT V yilKK KKKHITKIt, Ar nk 3 for 50 els! On Saturday morning we will place on sale an assortment of 50 dozen of Men's elegant Silk Scarfs of various styles and pat terns, at 3 for 50 els! These ties are sold everywhere as leaders at 25 to 35 cts. each. jWe also offer dents' Colore Pique Scarfs at and 5 cents each, that are well worth and are sold regularly at 10 und 15 cts. each. We make a specialty of (Jents' Furnishing (Joods anil cut prices on everything in thisi line. II OSBORNE oi MnnkK. n.ti n.inr.-i. i r. fi'r. r.i, i. a n- A.X l CAHi'lk i' 'put up on nhiirt notice. Auentu everybody to call and examine our Kjoda. i good Hist elassisHl. call be sold for. &c CO., HMt tli C'litloil Hr.-1. 1 t -OK CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES All Styles and Trices ranging from -1 to $20.00. Anj ( nrr'nRv t" li(l!it of ! will bedlhviT rd five at any railroml slatlun In tlie k 'inly. Call and See! this Stock AKD UK liNVINtr.U. Russell & Son. MEEY'S Standard-X-vd Will lw li-i-t ut Owner's StaMes, north ot Kocfc Island Depot, OTTAWA. ILLINOIS. (Heeord :55). The fa.te.t five year old 'rV',Vr A w i i H 'VVin't W kv. rrri""ti '"-' " - ; A intttt-r tituirHtlf. tun ure trotter ami - m nn --. , . . (HambletoiUan). New York. Foalejl loJ. fired by V"lo"dj 1 dam. PT L.rida b ( Ml. k a Ham hletonlan ; .lain. KU.r d M;d. bJ lab: W a... V AV,Xh hV M. .la,,., U-l Hl- Mre J ' Xl?"h -oi i ,iot. WlMiitlll UVS rulta are large.- ou pirn in.. tail. been the mean of -ling a .me i our verj u. Ut. anlca other IM Mated. Awidena aad eavaf ' bind TOLL I I Trahrroara, If. v. xjaj- Ottawa lUioia