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ar.vntloa of the C. T. A. AiaoeinUon of
UHnol. The cormntlon wu called to orJcr at it o'clock Wednesday morning by the president of the association, Kc. J. A. Fanning. l!o doomed the confenlion, and then apiioiiilca w Coramiltco on Credential!), Lev. J. as Tt...v. f .Tnliel. Iter. M. J. Pevino or l'eoria, and Frank Quinn of Ohio lVint. These gentlemen, after fiewing tho crcden. tials of the members, reported the follow ing delegates us entitled to scuts in tlio con vention, as representing the various sucie ties: Knights of Father Matthew, of l'eoria M. J. Quinn, T. J. Alwurd, and tii-o. Sl'iirk. Father Matthew Soclfty of Ohio Point John Gngertjr, Frank Quinn, ami illiuui l'yne. , . . Father Matthew Society of Uuhr.nso Michael V. Kovine. Father Matthew Society of Ottawa J . 1. Quinn, John Sinnott. and IMward I'm. Holy Family Society of Cliicuj . i.Imni Quinlen. . . . !St. Joseph Society of liraidwood I.ichar t Mulroney. , Father Matthew Society of . .Mrtalur Fre.l Lallcrty. Father Matthew Society of Join t 1'ainck Burke and 1'eter Collins. After the Hbt of delegates had been read, the president uppointcd three coininittces.as follows : Committre on L'iKuliitivnt1'. Iiurkc, of Joliet; William Quinlen, of Chicago, uud Thomas F. Quinn, of Ottawa. Committee vn Vvnrtilutiun and .'.'-.iu George Spurk, of l'eoria, and Fred Utterly, of Streator. Auditing Committrt John Gugerty, or Ohio Station; John Sinnotl.of Ottawa, and M. J. Quinn, of l'eoria. Tho convention thn took a recess until afternoon. WEDNESDAY ArTKUNOOX. The afternoon meeting was called to order at 2:15, and Delegate Burke, of Joliet, in troduced a resolution providing for a general conference of all tho uolhern and western Catholic societies, to consider the desirahil. ity of breaking away from the National In ion, and creating a Western Union. The res olution was passed. Father Bes.sornics, the French temper nnce advocate, then delivered an interesting discourse on tho progress of tho work. His speech was enthusiastically received, and a vote of thanks was tendered him by the con. vention. Resolutions were then passed, esprcssivc of the opposition of tho convention to the liquor traflic, aud a resolution of sympathy for Ireland. The election of officers was the last thing on the programme. The officers elect od for the coming year were as follows : Spiritual Director, The lit. Rev. Bishop Spaulding, of l'eoria. President, Rev. J. A. Fanning, of Union Station. Vice President, Patrick Burke, of Joliet. Secretary and Treasurer, James Ford, of Wallace. The convention then adjourned to meet in Sheffield, on the first Wednesday in Septem ber, 1B88. Council Meeting, The Ottawa City Council met in regular session TucsJay evening, Sept. . Present, Aldermen Prichard, Corcoran, MacKinlay, Weil, Maher, Hull, Titus, Dinneen, Burke, Hayne, and Mayor Allen. The minutes were read and approved. Aid. Weil, of tho financo committee, sub mitted the regular monthly reports of the clerk, tho treasurer nnd the marshal, for August. These reports were read and ap. proved. Aid. Titus, of the street and alley com mittee, reported in reference to the grading of Guthrie street, that the work as planned would require 770 cubic yards of gravel, and the cost of hauling ami spreading the same would bo about 51.18.. a). There would need to be Bomo other grading done, to cost $35. All tho gravel would be donated, as would also $150, with a team's work, making a to. tal to the city of $323.00. Tho work was ordered done. AM. Titus presented a plat of "Allen's Addition" to Ottawa, but before any action was taken upon it a few Blight errors were discovered in it, and Mr. Titus withdrew the matter from the attention of the board for the present. Aid. Corcaran, of the committee on side walks, reported upon tho proposed gidowalk ordinance, recommending its adoption. Af ter some dispute the ordinance was adopted. This ordinance provides that all sidewalks Itmfler built within tho city limits shall be built of pilng tile, eight inches square and two inches thick. The foundation for all walks must be dug out to the depth of eight inches, leveled off, and then filled in with sand, upon which tho tile designated shall be laid. A curbing of tile two inches wide, eight inches thick nnd sixteen inches long, is intended to confine tho walk to its place. When the city authorities deem it necessary to the public interest to cause a walk to bo built, the owner thereof will be notified by the city marshal. If he refuses to build, or neglects to do so within a reason able time, the council will pass an ordinance instructing the proper functionary to build the walk with the city's material. The parly will then be notified uf the cost, and in the event of his refusing to pay, the cost of the structure will be assessed ngaiust him in the tax levy. If he refuaes to vay the extra tax, his property will be sold for the amount due. Aid. Hull, of the fire committee, reported on the bill of J. II. Dickens, for attending the south side cistern, recommending that the bill of ten dollars be paid. Report ao ceptel. Aid. Dinneen, of the sewerage committee. reported unfavorably upon the petition ol 0. II. Rogg for repair! on a sewer near his premises. Report adopted. ' Aid. MacKinlay reported that the owner of the lot where the patrol barn ii now loca ted had raised the rent on the same from $4 to $8 per month, and he moved that the Urn. U moved. After considerable dispute, It waa toted to more the patrol barn to the lots next to the engine house. It waa also voted to remove the police headquarters to the city hall. Aid. Prichard, of the license committee, reported, submitting the liquor bond of Jan. McQuade, with W. W. Taylor and Matthew White in sureties, and the bond of Henry Metger, with George Bommirand A. White as sureties, and recommended that said bonds bo approve.!. They wire so a proved. On motion of Aid. Prichard, it wan voted to lay some draining tilo on Clithtie street. On motion of Aid. Hull, tho cannon be longing to tho city were given over to the charge of Seth C. liarl Post G. A. R., of this place, to be returned when wanted. Aid. Hull moved that tho lines of William Storinont for violating city ordinances be ro milted. After some lively debate by All. MacKinlay and Messrs. Storinont and Stead, the motion was declared out of order. Mayor Alton stated that Mr. William Ilickling had oflercd to present to the city n four-dial clock and a fifteen hundred pound bell, provided that the city would place the same in a suitable lower on top of the court house. The proposition was accepted, and a committee of three was appointed to con fer wiih Mrs. Ilickling and with the Board of Supervisors. The committee consisted of Aids. MacKinlay, Prichard and Hull. Tho street and bridge committee were in structed to examino the condition of tho Prairie Grocery road, and report at the next meeting upon tho advisability of graveling the same. Mr. X. C. Perkins presented the leaso of the premises now occupied by the city build ings, and the lease was accepted, and the mayor and clerk instructed to sign it. The lease was for tho term of three years, with the privilege of five years, from Sept. 1st, 1887, at nn annual rental of $1,000, payable in monthly installments ; tho city also to pay I he taxes on lots 1 and 2, block 117 ; and hav ing tho option to purchase all the property so leased at any time during the term of sui I lease for tho Hum of 12,000. On motion of Aid. Hull, the finance com mittee was instructed to borrow enough money (o pay tho regular -loulhly bills, and to issue a tax warrant for the amount. tin motion of Aid. Maher, tho board then adjourned. vi i:viNfj tiii: c itv, Courteous Attentions I'nlil Uil'iR porU.rs ly Ottawa f'ltl.riiH. ltd- Wednesday afternoon there assembled in the ollico of tho Clifton House a small com pnny of seven gentlemen and "us." Three Chicago newspaper men arc in town this week to get the decision in tho anarchist cases, and some of our eitiiens conceived the idea of taking these reporters out and showing them the beautiful city of Oituwa. Accord ingly, as ibove stated, they met theso gcntlo men at tho Clifton at. 3 o'clock. There was Mr. Killen. of the Chicago Journal; Mr. Bell, of the Tribune; and Mr. Hunt, of tho J United Press Association. Then tliero was Mayor K. C. Allen, Samuel Kicholson, David A. Cook, V.. C. Swifi and "us." Messrs. Kil len, Hunt, Allen and Iticholson took one car riage, and Messrs. Bell, Cook, Swift and ub tho uther oarriagc Mayor Allen acted ns pilot. Ho drove Irom the hotel in a north-1 easterly direction, showing tho guests where the canal crosses tho Fox river ; aud also driving around by the organ factory and the new driving park. Ho then led tho party north, up the blull' by Mr. Caton'a residence and Mr. Catlin's. Tho gentlemen alighted and looked over the garden. The party then drove lo tho rear of Mr. Caton'a premises and into his parks. They were bound to see Mr. Colon's elk. Here they alighted again, and went down in the woods on foot to see the elk. Mr. Cook said that ho understood that elk were dangerous, and requested Mr. Swift to loavo tho gate open to provido for a retreat. Mr. Richolsou armed himself with tho gate-pin nnd intimated that ho could get away with the festive elk. He put his silk tile upon the back of his head, nourished tho gate pin, and led the advance. Mr. Cook got under the wing of Mr. Killon, deriving from that gentleman's name boiiio hopo of protection in caso of meeting hostile elk. Mr. Swift and Mr. Hunt thought first they would not tackle the elk, but finally joined the others. Mr. Bell ran after the party, keeping cautiously in the rear. Ilia Honor the Mayor said he would wait by the oar- riaaes. We stayed there too. After a little while the party of brave explorers returned. Mr. Cook had his coat off and looked excited. Mr. Killen said that they had met with hos tile elk, and that Mr. Cook had climbed tree. We thought we should like very much to see Mr. D. A. Cook shinning up a tree on verv warm afternoon, but wo held our peaco. Air. uicnoison uoiirisnou nis gaie- a ... II Ai ! ,1 1 li pin in an excited manner and observed that there was no danger from elk anyway. He believed that elk shod their horns about this time of year, or else in the spring, he wasu't quite sure which ; but, anyhow, he believed that elk shed their horns ome time and were not dangerous. Mr. Cook soon re covered from his exertions, mil the party got Into the carriages again. At the request of tho Mayor, Mr. Cook HOW tOOK ine lean. HO loon mo join around through tho grounds of Mrs. Wul lace, widow of the brave Gen. W. II. L. Wal lace; then down through Sherwood Place, thence past the glass works, through Zulu aud out a short distance on Illinois Avenue, He then turned around, returned to Mai street, and made a circuit of the south and east sides. respectively, and thence to the Clifton. The Chicago gsntlemen expressed them selves as very much pleased with Ottawa and its surroundings, and gave the cltixena a pressing invitation to call upon them in Chicago 1 P. H. All this report lacks to make It complete is an illustration showing D. A. Cook In the act of climbing the tree, with Mr. Iticholson standing by, fiercely waving the gate pin, and the hostile elk In the dis tance, supposed to be lost la wonder at the extraordinary proceedings. -, . The lileiifo Inter-Shite hk posit Ion. The great inland city of America now comes to tho front with its Fifteenth Consec utive Annual luter-State Kxhibition of the products of science, industry and art, of cit ing Wednesday, September 7th, nnd closing Saturdoy, October 22. Tho mammoth building U now crowded with exhibits from almost every part of the civilized world, illustrating every depart :m'M df human activity, with its latest ami bc.-a products. It is impossible to do this great collection justlco by noticing it in de tail. In H.mie important respects it has uevcr been equaled at any temporary exhi bition, and in scarcely any respect has it ever been excelled. All railway ami trans portation Hues give reduced rates to visitors, and there is every indication that the usual attendance of about 600,000 will bo well uigh doubled. Jt certainly will be, if the intelligent, enterprising, well-to-do people or the Northwest properly appreciate the opportunity it otl'ords. IV r o ii u . Day. Rev. W. F. Day returned Monday evening from his vacation trip, and will oc cupy his pulpit at the Congregational Church tomorrow. Chunky. Miss Grace Gedney returned last Mouday from a two weeks' visit to Men lota. Da v. Will Day left last Monday for Am herst. Glovkk. Mr. Frank Glover, of Trenton, Mo., is visiting friends in Ottawa. Moiisk. Miss Mica Morse, of F.vanston, has been in ttawa this week visiting friends. Towns. Mr. John Towne and family have left (ttawa to take up their abode in LntHin, Ohio, where Mr. T. has accepted a position in a glass factory. T.w.. Miss Winnie Talbot has returned from a vi"it to Boston. Yi.ttk. Mr. Charles W. Vette, of Chicago, wns in this city a few days this week. Hohk. Mrs. Jehn Schejing has returncl from a visit to New York. Pcttit. Dr. J. W. Pettit, of Sheridan, and his little son were in towu this week. Homk. Miss Ollie Cunningham has re turned from a visit to Chicago. Cisii. Dr. Thomas Cushing, of Albion, X. Y., is here on a visit to his brother, M. A. Cushing. Swekt. F. D. Sweetser has returned to Ottawa "for keeps," as the boy played mar bles, and looking and evidently feeling bet ter than for years, lie has spent tho sum mer where the boy said he was born, i. c, all around Maine nnd up and down along the coast ! Mrs. S. will arrive home probably next week. County Gossip- Streator Is in a whirl of excitement over tho refusal of otner local physicians to hold a consultation wUh Drs. Ilawley aud Schultz In the case of Lee Merritt, who died suddenly of pneumonia. Jut what reason Is assigned for ostracising the Doe- ors mentioned by the learned heavyweights who prefer to let ti man die rather than lower their dignity, does not appear. It Is just barely possible that tho ethics of their schools" forbid such a compromise; but In all probability the secret of the scandal lies in the theory offered by the Free I'm, to this effect: " A couple of years ago, the physicians attempted to raise the price per visit fifty per cent. An organization was formed consisting of eight hundred families wnlcli procured the services of two well qualified physicians, agreeing to pay for their services fifty cents a month each, with speckil fees for obstetrical and other cases. From that time Streator doct ors have boycotted the co-operative doctors, and frequently hard feelings have been engendered." Mr. Merritt was one of those w ho bought his medical treatment ashe may have b-iught life Insurance, on the co oper ative plan, and In the time of his extremely fell a victim to a pneumonia, coupled with a boycott! Well, Streator Is a great town, anyway. She never gets left not even misses the boycott of a dying man no matter how frigid the temperature. If there Is any one branch of business In which the average country editor Is really an expert, It Is railroad building on paper If half the railroads he has built on paper, were actually carrying locomotives, there would not be room enough Illinois to lay out a ten-acre turnip patch without a riirnnri r..;ttinir off a corner. So now, not content with watching the actual construe tloa of the 111. Val. & .Northern from Wal c nut to Streator, tho combined press of this region have already run the lines lor a brauch of the sime toad from La Salle to Ottawa, and, may he, to Seneca or Valpar aiso. There is nothing easier than paper rail i,ti.sliu.ss. let there is reason lor expecting that such a road may bo built The survey has been made, r.ud the 111 Val. & N. could thereby offer La Salle, Peru and L'tlca a rival hue to Chicago and l a Clibnt'o outlet for the Deer I 'ark and Vermillion river territory, da Ottawa, all of which now reach the metropolis by but one line r by a round about route Of what use would the rend be to Otta wa? It would bring In Deer Park trade now the patrons of other towns; but greater than all, It would give Ottawa easy access to tho Vermillion river clay. With Ver million river clays, In addition to those in the immediate vicinity of Ottawa It would be possible for Ottawa to strive for the In dustries -which have made Columbiana county, Ohio, and particularly East Llver- ! poel, a hive of industrious clay manufact- ures. Bomo of the greatest aewerplpe and Are brick plauts In America are In Colum bian county, Ohio. Kast Liverpool alone has over thirty potteries, and It would hardly be possible to find another town of Its size In America In w hich any where near un etjunl uinouut of money 1 Invested In manufactures, It U about the hl.e of Ottawa, but Its Invested manufacturing cupltal Is several times that of this city. Tho beglnliitf of the jMittlnj; business In F.ast Liverpool was made In Itsi!) by James Hcnnett who mud what Is kumvn now ns yellow ware. In spite) of his hellish ex clusiveness ami illcourairetnent.-i,o!hers also started potteries, ami still othrrs, until the enmo w lien the town coutrolh'd the western market, and U fortune as a potting center was made. The clay v.se.l In the manu fa. turo of yellow wure Is found In lutfe'e qimtiUticH In the hills In this locality, ami Is a blue lire clay capable of enduring great hei.t, tu.il when lired changes from the original blue, under a transparent gla.e, to the usutil color of the common yellow ware. After a number of failures success was at last achieved, and the manufacture of thi-9 common grade of wure was ono of the Important Industries. In add l tlcu to the yellow ware, a brown colored ware was made, called Kix klnghain, which has the same body us the yellow ware, but the glaze ii stained. Ily 1870 there were several potteries In existence at Kast Liverpool and It was after Trenton, N.J., the leading city for the manufacture of crockery In America and still Is, and the only thing needful to make It so In fact seemed to be the manu facture of white granite, or stone china. One. lirm, appreciating this fact, went Into the manufacture of stone chlnn, nnd Sep. 5, 1872, their first ware was turned out. Their attempts were followed by others. While the business in plain goods Is carried on at this place to a marvellous extent, and trade in decorated goods Is growing apace. Nearly all of the white ware potteries have their own decoru'ing shops. There are also decorating establishments man iiged by men who have no connection whatever, with manufacturing potteries. The hundreds of workmen In the towu are all connected with the potteries. It Is not probable the prestige of Kast Liverpool or Trenton will ever be usurped by other towns; but the above Is a picture of the growth of a clay manufacturing town, such as Ottawa may be it she will, and still not manufacture a single line of goods now made at either of the two cities named. The clay Industries are but In their Infancy the world over: and the first to enter the field will gather tho finest fruit. The Streator Free Press says the tariff ought to be revised ; but the theory of pro tection must be retained because the lab orer gets the benefit. The articles of "By stander" have pretty well exploded that theory ; but we might quote In addition the following from one of Daniel Manning's reports: "An ollidal analysis of the last census discloses that of the 17o!)2,(l!)9 per sons In tho United States then engaged in gainful work (now 20,000,000), about 93 per cent cannot be subjected to foreign compe tition, and about 3 per cent ure all who can be. or, rather, whose employers can.' Where, then is the necessity of "protect ing" them? However, as "Bystander" has shown, the real "protector" of the laborer is the. radical free trader, siuce under a free trade tariff waws were lit the highest point ever seen In America. Dr. Ulgelow's stomach and liver pills are superior to all others. Price 25 c. of E. Y. Origgs. From Marseilles. Mauseim.es, Sept. 8. Rev. James M. lloyt, of Belle Plane, Iowa, will preach in the L'nlversallst church, In this place, Sept, 11th nnd 18th. Uev. L. M. Brigham preached there last Sabbath. Geo. Swader, a workman In the Adams' wood shop, lost two lingers, or parts of them, on tho shaper today. Drs. hgbert and Montgomery dressed the wounus. The starting of an oatmeal mill here by a company of North side farmers is a fact Six thousand dollars worth of machinery will co into the old Hicard building, anil the mill, under an experienced maker of oatmeal, will make quite an audition to the industries of our town. Harrison Knickerbocker, who has served the U. I. H. H. Co. In some capacity since 1852. most of the time as- engineer, in haled some of the steam from a broken fixture in the cab, while on his trip last Saturday mornlnir. aud Is now laid up with Inflammation of the lungs. Uls case Is said to be quite critical. School uas besun, it is very evuteni. The "drunks" are getting so bad that the AVim has complalneu of them. Let's see; didn't the editor of the Netf say that you must license the thins tocontrol it? Coin A':ir. and coutiol it. Mr. C. M. Benson Is building a new house on the bluff. Mr. William K. Hawks, of Bennington Vt., arrived In tow n yesterday to attend the wedding of his son, Samuel 15. Hawks, and Miss Carrie Chappie. The event took place at 10 o'clock a. m., today, f t the resl deuce ot Mr. J. N. Chappie, lonir and fav nr.ahlv known here in connection with the bank at this place. Miss Carrie has a larg circle of friends here who will wish her and her husband a long and prosperous llf. The hamw couple will spend the hoin'V moon In the East, and 'ore long will return to Marseilles, w here they will reside In the house recently occupied uy Kev. .J. Straub. which Mr. Hawks has recently fitted up. , . Mr. Wm. E. Hawks left for Soda Springs, Idaho, to visit auother son w ho Is In busi ness there. . Miss Clara Parr and Miss Jessie isruce attended the wedding of one of their school friends In Evanston, ill. Mrs. Lina Harry is visiting friends In the East. She Is o neice of Mrs. O. L. Fuller. Mrs. J. W. Treston Is visiting at LaPorte, Ind. From Galloway. Gallowat, Sept. 6, 1887. Weather very warm and dry. Cutting corn is the order of the day as some of the farmers will have to depend on It for feed, the hay harvebt being so short. Mbs Kate Vogel Is teaching the llrowo school. .Mr. and Mm. W. Angell of Ford county were In this neighborhood visiting relatives last week. .Misses Llnlnger and Snehler of I'eru were the guests of lion. V. L. IlnlTinann und daughter, (Mrs. Llllott) lor the past two weeks. M rF.J. Patterson Is circulating a petl- tlon for a ttatlon near here, on the new railroad. Hobble Munsell f Chicago, who has been spending his vacation with his uncle C. L. IIolTmuQ, returned home lhas week. Ml-s llattle Clark of htreator, has been perilling a few days visiting Mabel Fet.er. Two nhvslclans of Morris, 111 , told V. W. Huellthut he was beyond the help of medicine or medical skill from seated lung disease contracted In a coltl rain. Wns in duced to try Dr. Hlgelow's Cough Cure, two bottles of which completed n cure. Over a your has elapsed and he Is In excel lent health, tlolni' hind work; on his farm. Dr. Ulgelow's Positive Cure Is the only known consumption cure. Sold by h. l. jiri'.'L's In lilty cnt and dollar bottles, uet the genuine. Pleasant for children. one AK'-iit ( Mervhsnl on yi wauled in every Wwa (or Kwrvlioilv want "Tanflll'n Punch" 5c eltfur now: (hry Here rIwv K""i1. lint of liit.dhey hiive lmroveil. 1 hi'iirtlly approve uf yuuray uf iluinu liuvlneiw: you ure mirr lo h'.lcl ami Im ruanu your traile. A. AHUM', DriiKKii-t. Ihieatfo, 111. AddrrHH, It. W TAJiSII.L & CO., CIiIchro. AND S AT West of Court House. mi BOOKS, Second-Hand Books, AT THE Lowest Prices. The IVst Xt tterlnl for nooHlig', Invented and Hindu. Will Outwear and Outlast any Other Shingle, and Is by all odds the cheapest In the end. Guaranteed to Last for Years, If condition for putting It on are compiled with. ALL KINDS OF AND 111,1 llll Ill .Z I These Koonnes all Cost Lets than Wooden Shingles. CAUAXDdET PMCS. Gas, Steam and Water Pipes and Fittings, H. SMEETOIT, mavl l-iii Mln ft., neur Colmnlinii. Ottawa. Ill 8 li KUYL & YOUNG, FOUEUJN AND AMERICAN II anfl Granite Original Designs Best Grade of Stock Fine Woikmuihlp BottonTFrioN rard on Clinton Street, oppoalt Jonea'a Carriage Shop OTTAWA IJLil.I2OIH. SCHOOL BOOKS dim! Sillies HAPEIAN k GRAHAMS ROOFXTO HENRY SMEWS ismii: Sib R0P1 ROOFl CorriaM Iron Ciis OttawaMarlJori t) T VrC ADJAL'FKT TO CAS AL II It jJ 1 o a very desirable aite forainanufav tury. one of tue tMt in lite cny, vv ui -ii on luuy luaylt-tiinua time If umlrwl. TWOrnVKLLlXCiS.!? (inn, iarm well ar- raniRHl, lnuruuKlily wll hmlt; the itlir. ri rooiua, pamry and rliwla. HuOi on tli hank t Hi" tux river. et Mc Hot It let tM auM UKi'lliur a llaK(l lrM real Viiluf. '"' L'ir In North Ouana, aoimwery t Ti. '. at low nnrea ami nn t'aay Uinin. We ! nave Pita III all ul her nana of the e uy. I'll. J- o. II AUI11S A: MN. VCIT1 Vil,1 Written In th Unreal M J IV A I J I 4 and itio.t re.UMtt coin- piiiuea al current rut'' Our tire lnuni!u- e.tinpaniaa are iipioiiai the law( ami nnnntfiM In llie world. Our ueri'P-iit r.nii puny la Hie liet In me I'. rt.,tid ihcitranil old Mutual Lite, of N.V. htf ixt eiul on the fuc- of the Kh.be. tliJ. . IIAUU1S ti 8UX. Six Llaea of Ul 1 J . 1 1 V rV I'j 1 hleam.hlpa at uwi.-wt price. I'll. J. u, 1IAUUIS SON. c UKUJAUXJU i JSVdCJFXfiU H. W- JONES, o o Carriage Factory, CUOBK IN WANT 07 tHo4 Cairlagaa. Top nnd Open Bumrlei, bltda 8 liUKKiea. I wo-eut open newdea, unm ttkkuo Sulklen, Ac, ran find ihutn at Dili fac tory, all of lila own make, of the Beat Material and In the Moat Approved Style and yinlah. all W arranled and for rale at Low Print. Alio mak? to order nuch aa are wanted. lie put ring done promptly) palatini!, trimming wood and Iron work1 KILL & FORfilHALS, Mp & Wagon Factory ON MAIN fcTUKKT, Near the Fox liiver ltridge, OTTAWA ILLS. Manufacture all kinds of rarnw. Top and Open Hinnrli'a. various nfvlrs of Onu- mid Two-M-atcd Phae ton Di iiHH-rnt and Sprlnit vvniroiia. Also have a lanrj awnirtint'iit always on hand. Flint claaa t'AtiJtthlr ahiia .n iiiwnya on nann. All mir u'nrlc In u'Mrrntifl. and nihdp of the ntw ma terial, and will be gold ua low aa good and reliable wurj can be aold at. We employ a first claw Trimmer and an-prepared for all kinds of top work and repairing at short notii e. Call and see onr stock of t'ai rluiies, llunnra and wag ons before buylhic. HILL & FOUMll ALS. FLOUR AND FEED, Lime, Salt. Cement. Plastering Hair Also the and Stucco. LONDON Horse & Cattle Fooi A piepaiatlon lar superior to any couiniou . powdvr ever made. Oil Cuk.e, Corn AIal, Jco. A, HAMILTON. Fcn.ll-tf Ml Miloatrcot Ottawa, 111. TKGS. & HUGH COLWEll MANUFACTURERS OF Sasli, Doors, Blinds MOULDINGS, Stair Rail Ual listers, Newels, 4C. AC, AC. Keen tn stock Tarrni nnd Plain JluUdina Paper Locki, Iiuaei, Siili, and everything nvueaaaay to com plete a hniue. Vt o take eontriieta In any part of this ol the adjoining states. Parties contemplating building would uo well 10 can on us ana fc'ui uur unurc. OFFICE AND FACTORY, La Sallo Street, Ottawa.Ills. WALLACE LIBBEY & CO BREKDKRS AND SH1FPKRS OF Clyde, English & Norman1 HEREFORD CATTLE Poland-China and Berkshire SWINE. 100 POLAND PIGS For this Season's Trade now ready lor ale. AlarCnumberfan. nf all aires ana oinn Glegg & Dougherty, , Are prepared to do U kind of . Gas i Steam Fitting AND PLUMBING. ; Wrought Iron Pipes, Fixtures, Fittings, &c, at low prices. 007 La Salle Street, OTWWMILN Contractors and Mlfe.