OTTAWA, ILU SATURDAY, OCT. 30. 1886.
AT IT MEAN
In Prices of Dry Goods
at Andrew Lynch's
PARTICULARS NOT STATED.
But from the assurance of hundreds of
reliable persona who have visited the scene
of the disaster, it Is evident those lilankets.
Flannels, Bed Comforts, Ladies', Gents',
Misses' and Children's Underwear, Hosiery,
Clove?, and Ladies', Mioses' and Children's
Cloaks, Wraps and Jackets, ore the greatest
sufferers. Evidence, however, of the great
violence of the shock is noiiceuble through
his entire stock of Dry Goods. The quake
also extended to the Philadelphia. Boot and
Shoe House, where it caused serious disaster
ft Fall Stt
I. J. GILLEN'S.
THE FALL SEASON
Hs begun hi earnest at this old, Reliable
House, with a stock in proportion
truly enormous. The
Is a Marvel of Excellence,
And is particularly interesting just now
with its great assortment of
And all the New and Fashiona
ble Fabrics and Colorings
For Fall Wear.
This stock must be seen to be appreciated ;
aid in spite or the recent advances
in the wholesale market,
there will be
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
II. J. GILLEN.
A D HACK LINE.
160. TELEPHONE. 160.
Would reapectfnlljr umounc to the etuzena of (mtwi
ana vicinity mat ne dm one ui we i-uuici-at Liven
Btoclu m ttie city, at the City Sublet, aucb a.
The Latest Styles of Hacks,
carriages ana .Buggies,
To let at Mens to salt the time. Purtlxa. Weddings
Pnner.1. Ptenlca, Ac, aupplteal with Uuod Klpi oa ahori
notice, ronermli In the country or adjoining town
promptly .Mended to. Pernors Inken t or from the
Pr. or to tbe country, ntprbt or day.
tW Kemember tbe place On Madlaon atreet, eaat 01
aldwut, one Meek wrat of aew ooart how.
tmava feo. I vm r&TKB IJAIt.
Farm for K.nt.
One hundred acres, fire miles from Ot
tawa. Enquire of Dr. J. 0. Harris & Son,
Don't buj your children overcoats until
jeu see the lice styles at Oak'Htll.
16 lbs. of Valencia raisins for SI, at Me-
Window glass and putty at Charles M.
If you would nioke ' cigar ss is a cigar,'
aH for Mitch Ne 7.
IT MEANS BUSINESS
W. Ho HULL & GO.
(Jetting ready to Occupy Another Store, in consequence will have a
Grand Sale for the Next Three Weeks,
To avoid moving the Goads.-Altogcthcr too much stock to move.
SO LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS EVERY DAY
l?r FOR TT-Tin INTENT 21 DAYS. Jtl
We offer CARPETS, best Ingrain, from 50c to 75c, BRUSSELS CARPETS tor 75c, which
is much under value.
A Big Job Lot of BODY BRUSSELS at 95c, former paice $1.3;.
Our Complete Stock of CLOAKS we will not move, but must sell them. All new, and at a
great sacrifice to close them out.
Our stock of UNDERWEAR is right in the way; that will have to be sold or moved. We
will not move it, but will sell you a Gents' Scarlet All-wool Shirt for 50c, and the best LADIES'
VEST for 50c ever offered.
Our Winter's Stock of BLANKETS is now on hand, but we must close them out and not
have them in the dirt and dust while moving.
We commence to-day with our HOSIERY, among which is a Lot of 1.00 FRENCH
CASHMERE HOSE we are closing at 50c, a Line of 40c HOSE for CHILDREN and LA
DIES, all at 25c.
We will sell HOSIERY for the next Four Days. COME WHILE IT'S GOING.
On November 15th we will add ANOTHER STORE to our already Large Rooms (the one
now occupied by Wm. Degen as Meat Market), making
All for Dry Goods, Carpets Upholstery.
The Oreat Suoccm of the Fall Trad
Last week we called attention to the un
precedented success of II . J. QiUen'i fall
sales of fine and fancy dress goods, cloaks
and cloak-trimmings. This week we find
the excitement unabated and the store full
of customers, attracted by the extraordi
nary large and complete assortments in these
NEW ABBIVALS OF SHAWLS.
This stock has been greatly Increased with
in a short time, and is now by far the most
complete of any In this city, and is the best
ever shown in the shawl line. They com
prise everything from the comfortable single
and double woolen shawl to the finest grades,
as well as something extremely fine in (tro
che and paisley, and also some very beau
tiful ones in tbe way of beavers and velvets.
This stock has to be seen be appreciated.
A STB A E AN GOODS.
.lust received at this house a large line of
Astrakan cloths, in all the leading colors,
suitable for cloaks and cloak trimmings.
Prices in these goods will be found much
less than last year, being in keeping with
the rest of the stock. Everybody seems to
be taking advantage of the reduoed figures on
these fine goods, for tbey are the best goods
of this line ever offered in Ottawa, and is the
best and largest as well as most complete
in every department ever offered to the
public in this county, and for the least
money. Mr. Gillen is positively offering
unheard of bargains in these goods as well
as in the other departments ef the dress
The other features of the store are kept in
the same attractive manner as heretofore, all
being full of the most desirable goods in their
respective lines, and at astonishingly low
The firemen of this city will have their
13th annual ball at the Rink, on Thanks
giving eve. Tbey will prepare for an extra
ordinary fine one, and the citizens should be
liberal in the matter of tickets, so that the
fire laddies" may realize a good time and
a financial success.
I .ad I' Hue shua.
The display of fine shoes at Scott Bros. &
Co. is exceedingly large and covers all the
new styles for ladies', misses' and children's
wear. A very large line ef felt and other
warm shoes for old ladies, and plenty of rub
bers. The stock is very complete, and the I
prices can't help being satisfactory to j
W. EL HXJLILi db CO,,
Stores on La Salle and Madison Streets.
All of next wetk the opera house will be
occupied by the BasyeDavia dramatic com
pany, probably one of the best companies
that ever appeared in Ottawa. It has been
the most successful company on the road
this season, and the press everywhere speak
in glowing terms of its merits. The company
comprizes twelve artists, the stars John
and Annie Burton being great favorites in
Ottawa some years since. They open on
Monday evening, Nov, 1st, in Augustin
Daly's famous play, "Under the Uasligbt,"
with all tbe appropriate scenic effects. Seats
now en sale at Simon's at 25c eaah.
Go to Trash's for your fine gold watches,
chains, charms, etc. He has a full line for
both ladies and gents, and they are all prices,
according to weight and quality. .Everyone
Those dean suits and overcoats are warm,
durable and cheap. A tine line of handsome
dress overcoats just received at
A LSI h iter's.
Traik, the jeweler, has just received a fine
assortment of choice silverware. Call and
see his stock. It is all of the very newest
patterns, perfectly elegaut, and not too ex
pensive. Geo. Harper, in this city, raised a mush
room which measured nine inches across.
The boom in the stove trade at Manley &
Jordan's is constantly increasing. This firm
have a big assortment of all the best modern
makes and in every style, and suited to any
sized room. If you get a stove from this
firm you will not regret it, for you will se
cure a good stove, warranted to give satis
faction. Not Kfglatereft.
Voters can vote in spite of their names not
having been registered previously Sec. 67:
"Whenever any person offering to vote it nut
personally known to the judges of election to
have the qualifications mentioned and is
challenged, he shall make an affidavit" cov
ering the qualifications above stated, which
shall be strengthened by another by one
16 lbs. of Walencia raisins for ?1, at Mc
Mullen's. Remember, for a nice fitting suit, you cn
find them in all styles at the Oak Hall one
price clothing house, north of court house.
Replace the broken widow panes in your
houses by buying window gluss and putty
0f chM. M. Forbes
HOOTS AMD SIIOKS.
Blffst Redaction In the I'rlee of Boot
and Shoe. Ever Offered In Ottawa.
John Fee'hey has a stock of men's boots,
shoes, rubbers and overshoes which he will
sell at an average of 50 cents cheaper than
elsewhere. His numerous friends in Ottawa
and vicinity will testify to this fact. Men's
good kip boots $2.60, $3 and 3.60. Last
year these goods were sold at 60 cents more
per pair. Shoes and summer goods in the
Mr. Feeuey's long experience and good
ju Igment as a buyer gives him considerable
advantage over others in the selection of
stock and is therefore the main reason for his
ability to sell at low prices, together with his
small expenses in conducting bis business.
Go and see far yourselves. Remember the
place east of A. Fran & Co.'s clothing
store, northeast corner of court house square.
Children's suits, call and see our big as
sortmint and low prices, at Oak Hall.
16 lbs. of Valencia radios for f 1, at Mo-
Trask tins a full line of the best spec in
the market, suited to every age and all con
ditious of sight.
Reccption. Rev Mr. Burdich, the new
south side M. E. minister, was given a re
ccption on Thursday evening, about sixty
persons were present.
Yen, We Have
A wool lined coat, a hair lined shoe, rubber
boot with leather soles, woman's heaver
shoe or slipper, foxe 1 with leather. These
goods are not stylish, but tomfortahle and
durable When you need anything In warm
lined boots or shoes, at low prices, call at
II. G. Werner's shoe house, on Madison St.
The universal verdict is, that the Garland
is the best stove jet invented. It always
gives satisfaction. Among the hundreds in
use in this county, we have not heard of the
least complaint as to them in any respect.
They are the best and safest in the world,
and Mauley & Jordan keep all tbe improved
varieties and different sizes.
Ftiefel'1 stock of ready-made clothing is
' one of the largest and most complete in l a
) Salle county, and any one intending to pur
j chase fall and winter clothing will find it to
j their interest to call and look this mammoth
' stock over, and have the very lowret pries.
Remetibsr the place, Stiefet s W hits Corker-
TOBACCO FOR ALL. SEE FRIGES.
Plug Tobacco, Merry
Finecut Tobacco, Pie
W. C. RIALE & CO.
Insurance Co. of Hartford
1331 SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT.
GASH CAPITAL, - - 84-000,000.00
Reserve for Re Ins. & all other liabilities, 2,057. 776.24
Net Surplus. 3,202,320.41
Total Assets, - - $9,2604)9665
Losses Paid at Ottawa Agency, $37,242.09.
Losses Paid at the Oreat Fire la Chicago, $.3,782,023.10.
Losses Paid at Great Boston Firo. $1,604,007.62.
Losses Paid Since Organization:
GEO. W. RAVENS. Agt. S.E. Cor. P. 0. Block.
An EncouuUtr With a Hull.
Mr. Coleman, of Fall River, was in town
yesterday, looking pretty well used upas
tbe result of his being interviewed by an
enraged Jersey bull two weeks ago. Mr.
Coleman had tied the animal to a tree by
rather a long rope, and in passing noticed
the bull glaring at him with malicious in
tent, and forward, but not beyond the reach
of the rope. The bull's horns caught him
and he was thrown as high as tbe fence;
falling, he was then tossed up again, and
then the furious boast tramped all over him,
trying to gore him. A man sear by, who
had been a paralyed spectator, managed to
attract tbe bull's attention, and Mr. Cole
man got of reach. Had not tbe bull's horns
been cut Into stubbe, Mr. Coleman's death
would have been inevitable The animal
has been killed.
16 lbs. of Valencia raisins for$l, at Mo
Mullen's. Trash, the jeweler, makes a specialty of
specs, and of correctly fitting them to the
The overcoats at Oak Hall are all well
made, fit well and are equal to custom made,
at one half the price. See them.
All bets of "the cigars" on election which
are not to be paid by Mitch's No. 7s, are de
Now is your time to bur groceries at cot t.
as the stock of the late firm of Rhodes & Col.
well, west of the city drug store, on Madi
son street, is being closed out.
Oko. P. IUt.o.
A Verffxt Fit.
After having tried in vain to get a pain of
shoes to fit the feet, just step in to J. Me
gaffin's and examine his stock, and get fitted
in a pair of shoes that will not hurt the feet
nor run down on the heel. His stock is the
most complete ever offered in this city, and
prices are clear down to beJ rock.
Miss Frank Hinckley of this cily and Mr.
Win. F. Dunn of Carroll, Iowa, were united
in marriage on Wednesday of this week, at
the residence of Mrs. Hinckley, oti tho west
side, by Rev. W. F. Day.
Fine fitting overcoats, for men, boys an 1
children, all the new styles, cheap at dak
Hall, north of court house.
i'asfing the rear of Manley & Jordan's
yesterday, we saw a new lot of those famous
Studebaker wagoni which had just arrived,
and some of them were going into the ooun
try. Tbey always meet with a reedy sale,
as they are probably the beat wagon extant.
Stiefel has good all wool pants at $2.50,
warranted not to rip. It will pay you to
examine those goods.
For all kinls of picture frames (new de
sign) made to order, call at Chas. M. Kprbes'.
.Stiefel eel's a good well male suit of win
ter clothes at Jl.Ut, and a better one at $5.0U
and f-vV). Those are tbe best goods ever
offered for the roon-y. Call and se i!:e-n.
30c per lb.
40c per lb.
40c per lb.
40c per lb.
40c per lb.
60c per lb.
Vrena Goods llurgalna,
40-inch all wool drees goods, 45o, worth
Fine tricots, 45c.
Homespuns, all wool, 25c, worth 40c.
Black all wool cashmeres, 25o, worth 40c
English broadcloth tricots, 51.50, worth
See our bargains in silks and satins and
seasonable and superb novelties in jackets,
wraps and Newmarkets.
Prices on jackets (Astrakhans) from f 2.0U
Visiles from $5.00 to $10.00.
Scott Dnos. & Co.,
708 La Salle St.
Window glas, all sines, at Chae. M.
Trask, the jeweler, has a fine line of gold
headed canes, just the thing for presents for
School overcoats for the boys, elegant as
sortment, cheap, at Oak Call, north of court
Oyster Had Meal.
Oysters in bulk, 30c per quart.
Oysters by the can, 34 doxen in each and
every can, 30o.
A good ste. plain or fancy, or Boston
fancy or funcy fry, breaded beefoteak, mut
ton chops; bam and egs, at all hours. Pin
ner served from 11 to 2, At Pignut s.
Hoot at 'J14
Madison street. Farmers wanting a good,
hnd-made kip or grain boot for fall or win.
ter should call at II. 0. Werner's shoe house,
4 doors west of City Drug Store. I have a
Urge stock ef them and I am going to sejl
em at prices that can't be duplicated any
where. I can do it, for I have but little ex-
pensees. Call and see for yourself. N
trouble to show goods.
The Klwuou Hlatrlct.
The Fiat Keat of La Kalle street, south of
the canal, bounded east by the town line be
tween Ottawa and Rutland, and south by
the Illinois river. Vote at Lock wood's office.
The Srrond All between the Illinois river
anl the canal, west of La Salle street to Bu
chanan ami Pine streets. Vote at Egan'd
The Third All between the Illinois river
and canal, west of Kuchanan and Pine
streets to the west line of the township.
Vote at Chas. Albert's house, west of White's
The Fourth All evdof La Salle street and
a line continued thence north to the town
line, ami north of tbe canal. Vote at Burke s
The Fifth All west of the fourth district,
between the canal aul north line of the
township aud weU to the towmhip limits.
Vote at C. D. Trimble's office.
AliK-hu'er's Atrachan suits are hav'nj a.
big run. These suits are novel ani attract,
ive, durable ani warm. Cast your eye
around on the streets and you will sec A!
scbuler's Astrachan ruitg worn by a legtom
of our citiiens.
StirM'a pantaloon overall rnaauachiTe
in Ottawa are the beet made, and ej filtieg
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