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Windsor European Hotel,
(FORMERLY UOWiRD'B.) Tho traveling public are hereby informed that the Howard Hotel, in ttiU city, ha lately chanced hands and I now run by Joe Han, man.uuder the above name. Joo U an old hotel man, having been at one time manager of a hotel at Galeburn for many year, and recently tho manner of the Plumb Houe,at Streator. He I well known to hundred of the travelling public, aud now that ho I again m buslne for himself he asks hla friends to rcmeinbor Mm by paying a vlBlt to his new hostelry, the Windsor European Ho tel, on La Sullo street, Just north of Jefferson, where he will be pleased to see his old-time callers and the public fjencrally. The hotel is being refitted and furnished anew internally, and will noon he ono of the best in this see tion. In connection with the hotel Is run a restaurant, where oysters and meals can be had at all hours of the day or evening. That Joe will aoon build up a lar'C hotel custom may be taken for granted, he having had a largo number of guests registered tho past week. He thoroughly understands tho busl ness and tho wants of his patrons, and you are sure to bo mado a welcome guest by Joo and thoroughly at home while at the Windsor. H. V. Wilson is offering great bargains in Underwear and Hosiery. The finest Graham toilet soap, to bo found only at C. M. Forbes. 8 lb. can peaches, finest in town, $1.50per dozen at Bikke's. Rubber goods at Child & Phipps'. Grent Sale of Cloaks. Scolt Bros. & Co. will have a great special gale of cloaks next week, beginning on Mon day. Special or prices will be given on all cloaks for this week. 600 cloaks from $2.50 up to $100. This will be a grand opportun ity for anyone wanting a cloak to get it now cheat. 1U. Kev. Bishop Spalding, of Peoria, will deliver a lecture in St. Columba church on Wednesday evening. Nov. 2"th. Subject: "St. Columba." Admission, 50 cents, and the proceeds to be donated to the Sisters of Mercy. Bishop. Spalding hag long been noted as one of the most scholarly and elo quent divines in tho United States, and a large audience will 'Undoubtedly greet him on his appearance here. Don't forget (he great cloak sale next week at Scott Bros. & Co.'s. Death of Mrs. diaries Itruilfon), Only a few week? ago the Frkk Tratkk noted, facctifKiflly, as such events usually are, the birth of a son to Mrs. Charles (L. Bradford, extending congratulations on tit happy event. Both parents were unspeaka bly happy, said the mother having bravely passed her great trial, it was thought -she would seoi recover to guard ami bless her little one, revere though the tril had been to her. Site rallied but feebly, however ; and a series of complications followed, one crowding fast upon another; but he bore all patiently, 'and on Sunday last wasiegard. ed better than she had been at any tiir.e dur ing her illness. However, early in '1ho eve ning she toegan to feel very tuuuh weaker, and eaut rapidly during the night, dying early oa Monday morning of nervous pros tration, st tho age of L'4 years. Being an earnest member of the Kpisoopal faith, funeral look place from Christ church on Tuesdar -afternoon, the edifice being crowded to its uMnost capacity with thor-e who came to testify "their respect and regard for the deceased. The chancel was adorned with tlowers -ns lor a marriage feast almost ; and the pall beurers, with one ei-r tion, were tlioelio assisted in 1881 at the marriage of (lie deceased to Mr. Bradford, in the same place. Mrs. Bradford was a dauglitor of I. N. Beetn, Y's (. Having piown up to woman- hood ktre. she was widely kin vn, and as widely respected. A quiet, Kn.tlicrly girl and woman always, she was a model daugh ter and wife, and her miiiinelv death i a crushing Mow alike to father iui 1 liuoand, and vim-will lie Inn;; and deeply himenied by a large circle of intimate friends nn 1 ac quaintance. Some time next week a pt.it flic !o will be put in ti:e Clifton Hotel fur the accommo dation of guests, mid also pa'rnn of the post office, wlf.'re letters may lie tuciled at all hours of the day and night. This will sure ly lie a pre.-il advantage. Such u box ouglii to be att.tehe I to one of the lamp posts in the hiisiucr's portion of the city also. Metayer's "We, I s i Co." is hilled a' the opera ho. im? for Timrs lay evening. Nov . tiliis.- and i'iltj ! ilas and putt) ! At f'o.':r.-'. I". II. J'.i"t oi i n t o rn 1 1 oi r. For many years past one of the -lea ! : 1 1 furniture houses in ttiis city In-been tliai f F. H. Piestman, on Main street. Tli. :oie, first and seeoit l floors. i lit T!y ked with an elegant v.lock uf j;ii.'.!-. n-li as 1 room s,.s, parlor sets. e. There are alo some of l lie fittest lines oi" feci etai ie- ( M had in the city fr ale at this, store. Mr. Besii.iuti Ins been !'.r nVmt - years in the furniture trade in Ottawa, an 1 ia a tle.r mgli practical cabinet maker himself. To tin people of this city and the surrounding coit.'itry there ;s no !-!!er phu-e to f nre!ia-e furniture than of F. II. Be.srman. Ilis prices are only what his goods nte woi th and Lis stock embraces a very large assortment. He aa convince you that every wor N of this is the absolute truth. y. J. Nee)y will have a public a!e of Irottiug.l.re 1 stuck at his firm iu (Jranl Rapids, 011 Wednesday, Oct. 2S, 1880. I will sell between 30 and 4 ) hea I uf sta'. lions, brood niares, colts and fillies, and sev ral youn short horn lulls. Catalogue ready Oct. 13. W. J. Nkilv. The jgtreat event next week will he the cloak a!e at Scott Ero. Co . Atnuaementa. v.. r;,iif sninir. Oct. 80. the blind musicians, John and Mary MoCay, will give an outertainment at Turn Hall, which will be well worth attending. The programme will consist of some or ine nnesi iw i- kiK tnaiviimantil and vocal music The following notice from the Morris Aim, in speaking or tne entertainmeui, iu nihtof last week, will give an idea of the worth of these musicians : It is rare thing to see an audience in astaie oi .llt'l. tmnwn lk VISA m the falling of the eurtain at entertainments, but such was the case Friday night at the concert given oy iuo blind musicians, John and Mary McUy. Undoubtedly sympathy had some effect, but aside from that the music was quite merito- rious. The house was run, anu we cm ; say that every one present was most happily pleased. "Are We Forgotten when were Gone," and "now ueauuiui is excellently rendered, and were more than worth tie price of admission. They are de serving of success wherever they may go, Woiimr if their deorivation of sight, but because they are good musicians. 7 . .. m mill IV, a The Mate, ry umeeri cumyuj ..... an entertainment at the Opera House next Wednesday night, Oct. 28th. This is one of the best traveling concert cuiupui, has been greeted with large houses during t.. ..uann r,,wi Mmiam Frv possesses a fine, clear niewo-soprano voice and is thor. ougu master ot tne no comei. ters, Eugenie, Lulu and Alta Fry, are acconi. plished musicians in every sense of the word , each playing several instruments and singing with rare ability. Miss Eugenie, the prima donna of the company, has a fine high flexi ble Boprano voice ; and Miss Lulu a rich and .....ui.t nnnimlto voice of croat compass and beauty. They are all artists on the piano and violin. It is only at long intervals that such a fine company of skilled musicians greet an Ottawa auUienci. iney dbtb uu everywhere received with enthusiasm by k.s.i. r..ua ot.,1 rwnnle. and are besides not UUIU JIIVOB WU' I - strangers in this city, having some three years ago deligliteu a targe auuieucc u i the M. E. church here. New Handkerchiefs and Laces At Hill's. Hanging lamps! Hanging lamps! At Fokuks'. Rev. Warren F. Bay will attend the annu .1 n.onouirnr ili American Missionary As sociation, at Madison, Wisconsin, next week. He will bo one of tho speakers. Mr. Alfred E. Harding, of Pontine, and Mrs. Alice J. Stevens, of this city, were married by Rev. Warren F. Way on veunes day, Oct. 21st, at the residence of A. J. Sir, on Clinton street. Elegant Cashmere Hose at H. V. Wilson's. The Dwyer Bros. Will, Ed. and John- will occupy Dick Wife's mew building on north La Salle street, when completed, and will put in a stock f groceries, liquors, &c. m h.iililinir. whkh is a two-story brick structure on ihe site of that burned in the tire July 4, will Boon be finished. Yarns of all kiads at bottom prices At Hull's. The ladies of the Baptist church will hold their annual Oyster Supper and social next Tuesday evening. Thursday f last week, while workmen ..ro horitur lor water on the farm of 1). Mc- Dougall, Esq-, of this city, in the township of Grand Kapids, a vein oi gas was einii;. m a depth of about 100 feet. A strong flow of gas escaped from the opening that night, but since then the flow has been decreauing. A well, a few miles distant from this one, situ ated in theJown of Allen, has furnished gas for iiousekold purposes for a long time post. Mr. D. says that he is not after gas and will be fully sotistied if he ean only strike a suf ticient vet!Mf water. II. V. Wilson has the choicest millinery iu the city. During the last ten uays there have been about 12 divorces or about as many separa tions as unions of hearts aud hands. Ml kind uf f ramus made U order, At FoitiiK.s'. .John i Heed has had on exhibition at his agricultural store this week some specimens ot millet raUed by W. A. Seed, of Deer Park, uud a number ot eats of tine corn raised by AKx. Wylie, of Walihain, all of which he intends bcmiititf to the .New Orleans LxpuM tioti. He s:iyi that it is the inteuiion of all the jrlass atui tile works uf this city to send specimens uf their wares to the ( 're.-cetii ( ity show. The finest Graham toilet soap, to be luund only at C. M. l-'urbe V. TharsiLiy Thos. B. I'arks, the man shot in the le by Peter 'A'east ut Streator, entered .suit against the hitler in the Circuit t'otirl here tor trespass, iu the sum of !)0,U'K) ilaiiiiiiri'S. Book coliee at Bi kkd's. Ail kinds of i'laiiies lu;ulo lu older. AT Kokiii'. 11. L. Ilossack has received a cur load ot champagne elder from New York, and will -ell it by the barrel, gallon or bottle. Those ilesirin a superior aiticle of excellent cider may leave timers and the cider will be de livered iu any quantity desired. 1'ivo good building lots for s.de at l"i" each. Ihe.e lots :ire each ClxDK) It., situa ate I in .v'ooih l.'ttawa, about ten minutes' walk from ti.e cou it hou.-e. Apr'.v '" l.ecky, at tins tdhce. Gel your to;let soajis at ''. .M. Ft T ies'. lie keejs the M-ry best l.r-iham s. . Idol's jilu-h cloaks plea-e all who have seen them. Price from S2' A drunken Norwegian from I.eiand board" ed the 4:-'J l M. tre,'lit on the "('' lues. lay l..r tioti.e. ilin t tie train arrived at Dayton lie Ad4 mi 11!), and the locomotive was de Uelie.l an I run bucK, the coil luctor expect ing l pick up his inaiijrie.l remains. The son of Norw.-iy was picked up unhurt about a mile and a half above this city, where he fell otf and was enjoying a sound slumber by the si te of the tails. Ueiiiemher the great cloak sale lakes plate at .eott Bros. . to.'s all of next week. Nearly 'J'JO arrivals were registered at the Clifton MunJiy, Tuesday aud N edueslay ol this week. John hmitt, f Beinuart. this couuty, left a premium ear of com at this othce Thursday, to be entered in fk-ott Bros' -.(K) prize contest. It if a yellow beauty and bard to beat, suie. I A nice brocade velvet wrap for $17 At Hcll's. Ilanglng lamps! Hanging lamps! At Forbes'. j, E. Porter at St, Louts, Tl, r11Mi1nT nntlr of J. E. PortlT. til A agricultural Implement man, Is taken from The American Stock Breeder, of St. Louis, and Is both a creditable and well deserved mention: i v Prf r Ottawa. 111., well known throughout the country as the pioneer man ufacturer cf hay carriers and other haytools, attended the Fair, and his representative, c if v 4 Ana Manlnv nf hi ft r HI. 1 euurr, uiaur a nruta witii th I. M Itamsev M fir. Co.'s exhibit, his St. Louis jobbing house. Mr. t'orter a latest invention is u ujuaiouio and reversible canler, two points, as far as we know, no other carrier possesses, and two valuable Improvements. Every hay grower should send for his circulars of car riers and loaders, the greatest labor-saving mac Dines oi me aay. ma wirr i-auio owva a la famAiia nil nvpr thn wpst for bulldinir large and uniform ricks, which are so con- structed as lo inorougniy sueu ram ouu thus preserve the hay. Glass and putty ! Glass and putty! At Forbes'. Bulk or Can Oysters at Colwell's. n.tiTv A oalopt Invitation narlvwas ri ven Thursday night at Washington Hall, Marseilles, the managing committee oeing n T Npff. John P. Clark and James Ells. There were present from Ottawa Chas. II. Hook and Florence Aasti, ueorge irimoie and Eliza Porter, Fred Mayo and Jessie Porter, M. B. Mitchell and Mamie Yentzer nft a fova nthora. The visitors were royal ly entertained and enjoyed the evening im- mensely. Willis sorctiestra iurnisueu iuo music. Bulk or Can Oysters at Colwell's. 31b. can peaches, finest in town, ?1.50 per dozen, at Buukk's. Two more cases Underwear just received at II. V . WILSON s. Glass and putty! Glass and putty! At Forhes'. HENRY QUNN. AtUirnrv at Law. MASTER'S SALE. STATE OF ILLINOIS. La SaLI.k Cocntv li Stille diunty irruit ( 'mot. In tin- iiiHttirof Byron D. Rm-ll v. JVilin I.. KufIi ami Mnrirnn't A. Ituh. ' Hill to "'(( Mtirlinw- . Public notice Is Wn-hv Riven, that In pnmtmnc of a denvMl nnler entered In the Htiove entltleil cttiibP. In KHtd eonrt, on tliefourreelitluliiynf October A. . 1SSS. I. Ocorite W. W. Hliikc, Mwterln Chiincery rot mlil court, on MondHV. tlie lfith iliiyof November a. tv l,t two o'clock ln'tlie utterniMin of wild day. nlinH m-II Ht public iictlon to tlie hiulicKt mid bent tildder. for ciwti. nt the wintlidoor of the County Court 1Iimw In Ottawa, in nab! Ooiinty, the lolloiim dewrlbed real etut, xituiite In iheronnty of Salle, and ntnte oT lllliioln, to wtt: Theumth half of lota one hundred and thirteen (US) and one hundred and fourteen lll In town of Ver nillllonvine, eoimtv of La Halle am! mate of llllnola: to. irether with all mid Hinmnar the (encmentii and huredl Uiuenbt tliereunto beloiiKinic. UKIK W. W. Ttl.AKK, Oetolx'T 24th, A. t. 1SS5. Maatcr iu Chaneery. IIknky Ocnx, Coinplfa SollcltorH. ocK4-lw, NOTICE. Notice ia hereby ulven not to trout my liusbiind, Aiidn-w Devlk, on my account. 1 will jmr no bills of hlaritntriietlliu JfLI.V DKVIK. Ottawa, Oct. 17, 1SS5. GRAND FAIR Arranneil by the Member of St Francis ClircL At Sghaefer's Hall, Monday. October 26, to Satur day, October 31, 1885. A Cordial Invitation is Ex tended to All. ADMISSION 10 Cts. Boots li loos. Spencer's FALL STOCK his com menced to arrive. A fine line of Ladies1 Kid and Goat, Button and Tie, Walking Shoes, at prices low er than the lowest A lull stock of Boots, Shoes and Rubber Goods always on hand at prices lower than the lowest Call and examine stock and see our prices. THE- FOR THE MONEY. SOLD BY D. LEAHY. FURS D. LEWELER'S FOR MANUFACTORY. K HOLK-ALK HIAIL. 202 State St. Cor Adams. CHICAGO tryir 1 III dwrlplli.n. Kitimiriu nrt il'r lui intfulljr fifi-utd. yuiitrj orii ri .li 1t.1l. bat wfarlluD truu-kiilrvU. SHOE tow is It?" " Pretty Cool , M M" You'll hear some thing like this every time you turn a cor ner to-day, if you keep your ears open. As you walk along, you will also be likely to hear some thin gen tleman remark to a friend: "Guess I'll go into my heavy flannels to morrow, old boy." Now, this is very wise; but our friend will find on investiga tion that his wife has either sold his last year's underwear to a rag-peddler or traded them off for tin-ware. But a happy consola tion arises in the fact that the most exten sive variety of Unflerwear tHosiery in all grades and pri ces will be found in quantities and quali ties to suit everybody, at the GREAT OUT-FITTING HEADQUARTERS OF THE LEADING k Fries Dlsthing il:::, 0lKX I'XTIL WOT LOCK P.M. ! (7 THE m you gooas cneaper man tney can dc purcnaseu elsewhere. Our ability to handle goods in large quantities enables us to name Prices that other Merchants cannot touch. In order to bring onr OKNTS' Fl!KNIflHIN(J OOOD8 nfl Underwrar Departmenti more proinliieutly toto notice, we will offer feATUltDAY MURN1NU MEN'S WHITE UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS, in all sizes, pure Linen fronts and cuffs, double stitched and reinforced, at... 34c Or Three for a Dollar. BOYS' SHIRTS, Same Grade as above 29c The Muslin tn cither of the above Shirt la alone worth tlie Trice we uk for tlm Shirt Complete. MEN'S UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS, fine muslin, reinforced, Linen fronts, with Linen band and cuffs, double stitched all around, and has patent back and sleeve facings. This shirt is not sold elsewhere for less than $1.00. Our price Satur day and for the week following will be 49c IN our Underwear Department (in which we carry five times as much stock as any other concern in the county) we continue to cut prices, and arc selling Ladies' 40 cent Merino Underwear at 25c Ladies' 50 and 60 cent Merino Underwear at 39c Ladies' $1.00 and $1.25 all wool Scarlet Underwear at 49c Men's 40 and 50 cent Merino Underwear at 25c Men's 75 cent and $1.00 all wool Gray Underwear at 55c Men's $1.50 heavy all wool Scarlet Underwear at $1.00 Men's $1.75 extra fine all wool Scarlet Underwear at I.25 Children's all wool Scarlet Underwear at 23c WE have hundreds of IllKiiketK mid ('umfortHtilra. nil nice, new nml eloiin, Jimt from the mill. Vvw exam- ' Ire thl .lock; our prltca tire i5 percent, lew thim eluewhere. Everything marked In plain P. urea. L. S. McOABE & CO., 801, 803 and 805 La Salle Street, opposite the Post Office. Lamps Lamps Lamps THE BEST SELECTED LINE 0F HANGING LAMPS, STAND IlAItlFS, Hand Lamps, Braoket Lamps Hand Painted Lamp Shades ORNAMENTED CHIMNEYS, LANTERNS, DASH BOARD LANTERNS, And Lamp Fixtures; also THE LA BASTIE CHIMNEYS, At Prices Lower than ever before. E. Y. GRIGGS. LIGHT DRAFT 'I'Ik- I'm. 1- mi i.Ii ciiMn 'y uf ln.11 iil.il M--l. Willi l.Ut M.-.-I WIm .!.. makim:'!! THK S- I'l.i V IN Tllh MA KM-. I'. . li.i- CUPPER THREE WHEEL PLOW It In (. ."I- .'..', I'irtiw Li tin 1 .'..' ..I..' iii.ikin t v'.i.. .t,ii,u if h t i ' ' tfi? ii '). All rliii.l .-.hi ..i.riiii.- It A 1 11 J I I .si IU. . I A WMit' .! lv, 1 ..,.. A . ri.'nV.s II. I .'.'" II . ' ,'.!. V if. ll l. .1- . .1-.. .11 I. nml. J. I. CASE & CO. ENGINES AND SAW-MILLS, Tin- I.I.-.lil l;INMS(. 111 I K SI U MM MINK. . I nml un.li.-. iTu-. 11. ,- !., . ; -w.t REED &o CCD., ittimu. III.. Aiiiiu-t ti, lSil. 4 FirT.TTII P-'T. JT.-.LU Z A nsy tin irnvm r.r jrf.aihi-.4. RUSSELL SViV r!' -no. 1 n ltt t: lt m P- M i i .ViM tuvv. .. .:;, 1. Ai. ..,(): ; i'i!iiii;i: .,;i.iii i. " u ' ,:u'. :?: :t7 La Salle Slrret. I T. M. HAMILTON. HAMILTON -i-rt". - i WiV.W. -n -i COMMISSION MERCHANTS IKT GRAIN, PROVISIONS STOCKS COnHF.Sl'ONDKNTS OF j JAMES A. Ml lUMIV CO., I CHICAGO. I tnrAll Future Options on Grain, Provisions, Stocks, &c, bought and sold on Chicago Market All transactions STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. CENT STORE WE do not expect your trade if we can not sell , i . , . , t . t t AND DURABLE. ( ),. .. Lit.. 1 1,.- 'liiitm 1 1, .i.-l. URNITURE. I Thp oldest House. ThfilarsrestStrifil-r The Best Variety Of Guds in this LinG in La Salic County. N DEItTAKIMi AS I SI AL. JAS. H. WELLS & WELLS, 124 Mad Noil Street, OTTAWA, ILL.