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THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1888.
COUNTY NEWS. Wallace Hem The statement la this paper In one of the Wallace letters that the Faust farm lo Wallace had been rented, to Jan. Bwagley Is lncjrrect, as we are informed by the owner thai the farm is still for rent.-Kua. Seneca'. Hurt Man. 8sica, Oot. HO.-Tbe North Trairie has a genuine sensation Henry Hod, an ap parantly well-to-do farmer, ban fled and leaves a host of shouting dupes behind, whom he has swindled. His seal in forging notes and mortgages, If put to a nobler cause, would have made his fortune, lie forged notes on reputable men, and put them up as collateral for borrowed money. N. J Rubson is in the hole for J5M) ; the Mar seilles, Ottawa and Morris banks mourn his loss. Besides thene be gave a mortgage on his father-in law's farm for $2,"00. It in needless to say that he has skipped. The new fire ermine is here. It is a Wat- rasa engine. Is Huntley satisfied ? Wonder what his commission wa for boomiug It . Thomas & Wendell bate a new plate g!a-i front. Julius feels proud. I'. K. N. .vj.nl Ml t.xrl V i lit. Miss Marie Bella Stelson and Mr. Charles Hoss were united in marriage at the palatiu residence of the bride's parents, in the oity yesterday, at high noon, It was a grand affair and by far the most prominent social events in several years. The bride is a pop ular society lady, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Stilson, aid the groom is promi. nent as oashier of the Frst National Bank. The Catholic Fair whioh has been in pro gress at Robinson's Hall, closed on Tuesday evening, with the largest, crowd of the ae&son. The gold watch contest between Misses Brennan, Stack and Oarrity, was very excited, the lucky lady was the admir er of all eyes. Over a hundred democrats led by the band, departed on the morning train on the Northwestern, for DeKalb, to attend the grand rally and barbacue, en Wednesday. It was a bummer and the boys report good treatment and a royal time. A hundred, inoluding the band, attended the republican rally at Oieawa, on Thursday. The democracy of Earlville, never present' d to compact a front as they do today. Many republican! will vote the democratic ticket on the quiet. ItlcaVa Mote. Mark Prentice, landlord of the Cement Hotel, died at the hotel on Friday morning, cf a complication of diseases, aged about seventy years. Mr. Prentiss was an old gentleman of long residence In this vil lage, and bad by his genial ways gained the friendship of all. His funeral on Sun day was largely attended. George Walbel and Patrick Bray, with M. Kavanaugh as spectator, visited the room of Charlie Walbel on Monday night last, and literally pounded the "ear off him." 'fhe gentlemen were taken !efore Ualvln at Ottawa on Friday, and George fined $10 and costs, Patrick 4:1 and costs, while Mike was discharged. Charlie still shows the marks of the beating. The boys claim that Charlie testified untruthfully in a liquor selling case, because he was em ployed by II. 8. Gilbert and feared dis charge unless he did so. Charlie, of course denies the charge and swears vengeance upon his chastlgatnrs. Home of our republican friends, I think four In all, attended the republican meet Ing at Ottawa on Thursday. They say that over two hundred were In line. The W. C. T. U. Convention, held here on Thursday and yesterday, was quite largely attended. The reports showed that the work of the L'nlon Ih progressing, and that it Is gaining members every month. TaKen as a whole, the convention was very succeHsfui. The liquor men and the temperance men are more at loggerheads than ever. The outbursts of feeling are Iobs frequent, but the feeling Is there and will stay until old Gabriel blows his little horn. Political to;tlcs are red hot. A and 11 were discussing In li'g store on Wednes day, and had not friends Interfered there would nave been a swelled head or two. Prospects for an Increased deinix'ratlc vote are better every day. "Sasslty' down here has quieted down, and Is on the wait for tbe political questions to le settled be" lore it will bloom and smooth down Its tall teatheis. Broken Nosed Pete, the galloper, has purchased a new set of mouth accord 1 ans, and proposes to set up a dance syndi cate at the upper end of town, In conjunc tion with Little Necked Andy, the pirate of the Mushroom Beds. All "yasslety" will be lively when she starts up. Now, there's Wlckham, the little runt who wields the paste brush on an alleged paper. He says that I'm an off year fel low, and that my sayings emanate from the pencil of Mr Barton, the Local of this paper.' If Wlckham finds anything in this letter that looks like Mr Barton or the L'tlca (lazHtr, I will hire rooms adjacent to his and Buffer the music of his wheezy old cornet to force me to suicide. Ike. Grand IIh(I. Emuel Weiss, the 14 year old son of Christ Weiss, died suddenly on Saturday evening of heart disease. lie was playing with his sister a few minutes before his death, when he suddenly felt a falntness coming over him and asked his sister to get him a drink of water, which she start ed to procure. Heturnlng with her mother from the kitchen immediately they discovered that Emuel had fallen on the bed and had died almost Instantly. All attempts to recuscltate him proved fruitless. Emuel had been in poor health for some time, but was able to be about. He was a nephew of Mr. John Weiss, of Ottawa. The funeral took place on Monday and was largely attended. Henry Hess built s fine large hay and cattle shed this week. Jack Mullen con tractor and builder. John Graham has got 500 bushels of fine winter wheat, and G. L. Thompson about 1,000 bushels, and can supply the new mill at Marseilles on snort notice. Farmers are husking and tbe report Is splendid for a crop 01 sort corn. J. M. Hannah is trying to sink a well that will flow. It would be a grand thing In this town. Georee II. HaUht and Judge Weeks spoke at the Union school bouse last Frl day nlgnt, and mere was a large attend ance. U. H. Nagle presided, and Kirk McCormlck. Jr.. was vice president. J. C. Davis lost a line spring colt last "Wek. J. J. Nagle bought all of E C. Sneda ker's colta at the sale. W. It Lewis was in Chicago and thought Harrison would be the next I'reaiaeni, out when became home and studied up tbe arlff he found that the democracy were ot free traders, and he will vote for Cleve land. . , . Miss Minnie Hlbbs. one of the finest young ladles of Grand Kaplds passed quietly away to a happier home on Mn Jay evening, of malarial fever. The de ceased had been teaching school until tbe last tew weeks. The funeral took place on Wednesday from the house. She was the daughter ol .Mr. Lacey Hlbbs. C. Yt'LONB. ItniiMiiiu NoU'M. The younir ""'n of Hansom will give a grand ball In .lones' rink on Friday eve ning, Nov. '.'J The Young Ladies'Soclety will turnlsh tbe supper. This should be one or the most successful gatherings yet held In Kansom. Several of our citizens went to Chicago SaiU.day, Oct. 20th. Object: to trade and hear J. Blainesp ak. Wesley Cuminlngs is building a fine residence. N. Mclntyre has erected a new wind 111111 Messrs. Mollit and Cochran say they will vote for Flsk and Brooks. Well, they are practically what they claim to be, strictly temperate. Ed Miller, of Ancona, Is tbe guest of Win. Keeley. Mr M lller sports a line new all silk red bandanna Hutveyor Robert Wilson was here sur veying the school section. Many received a warm shake hands. But all Is quiet In Hansom. The last re publican Uijtint, Oct. ijoili. ( )ne more chance to record your name, Tuesday, liOth. . H- Marseilles Sotiw, Marseilles. Oct. 20 Alexander Bruce died at his residence, on the Bluff, at four o'olook on Sunday afternoon, of a complica tion of diseases, brought about by malaria. He was presi-lent of tbe First National Bank for many years, and at tbe time of his death was a director of the institution. He was best known abroad as a bridge builder, and formed many friendships in his long busi, ness career. Ho bad been repeatedly elected a imember of tbe village board, where his oounsel was always respected, and his tnera- orv will lone endure with the people of t - Marseilles. Geo. W. W. Blake made a tour of the town, accompanied by V, J. Carey, on Friday last. Will he carry Marseilles You bet! As far as electric lights are ooncerned, oonsider Marseilles out. Our village board, with a far seeing eye that knows no blinking, refused on Saturday evening to nuke a contract with Mr. Clark for thirty-five lights at 7750 fpr one year. Ob, this is a great town for moonlight. When the trains on the great Hook Island pass through at night, their passengers will see nothing, When a stranger drives into town at night his horse will fall into mudholes. But tbe village board is happy supremely so. Hkxry W. Tonic Item.. Tonica, Oct. 25 A beggardly half dozen republicans attended the big republican rally at Bloomington. Tbe speeches were a Utile. Another few were at Lt Salle on Tuesday eveuing. The least partisan of the few say tbat the speeches were very poor, especially Capt. Hill's. The ohief topics of oonveraation in sooiety circles for two weeks past have been tbe approaching nuptials of Miss Minnie K. Beck, this plaoe, and Mr. Linooln R. Soott, Idalia, Arraphoe county, Col., and Miss Flora Allen and Mr. Ueorge It. Simpkin, Reynolds, Jefferson oounty, Neb. Tbe young ladies nave ever oeen mseparaoie companions, and as each knew of the others approacbtng marriage a aoume wedding was arranged, and cams off on Wednesday evening. It was a grand affair and was very largely attended. All join in wishing tbe happy oouples bright and bppy futures. Quite a number of Tonicans attended the republican rally at Ottawa en Thursday. Those who attended report a fine parade. The entire democratic oounty ticket, with Brewor and Palmer, will get a good many republican votes in Tonjca. The republicans are making wild efforts to hold what votes they have got, , and are making but little show converting democrats. I.o.taut Notes. Over a hundred of the friends of Mr. and . Mrs. William Koliiuaon tendered them a very I pleasant surprise 011 niuu'mjr eveuiug, uui. 15 the twentieth anuiver9ary of their wed ling The visitors were accompanied by the band, whioh serenaded them. A splen did repast, furnished by the visitors, was spread, many presents, Including silverware , ti. ur 1 : 1 - ; . i. were presented, .tiutou nuiio muting ine presentation speech. Miss bum lieu ana Mr. james raiierson were united in marriage at tbe residenoe of the bride's parents, west of this village at eight o'clock on Wednesday eveuing last, Iter II. M. Burr, etuciating. Over one hun dred guests were present and tbe presents were numerous and beautiful. Isabella Boyle and John P. Fyffe were married on Wednesday evening. The Ladies' Aid Sooiety gives a dinner and oyster supper on eleotion day. Miss Una Merrill experienced an exulting run away ou weunesnay last, iter uoree became frightened and ran over her, slightly injuring ber arms. A eood sized crowd irom nere auenueu the Bloomington rally. Mrs. Whipple has returned rrom t nicago. John B. A Safe Invnatiiienl. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price, wn mis sate nlan vou can buv from our advertised druggist a tiottle of Dr. King's New Dis pnverv for consumption. It is guaranteed bring rellei to in every case, wnen useu ior any affection of throat, lungs or chest, such as consumption, inllammatlon of lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, tv it la nleasant and acreeable to taste, nerfnctlv safe, and can always be depended upon, trial bottles free at I). Lorrlaux's drug store. The Urange. EniTons Frek Tiudek: In these pip ing times of politics red hot all over the republic, every farmer wants to have a full hand in the national game of electing a tiresldent. Very Rood. 1 nave not a neea atlve word to Bay unless It be that we keep cool enough. In spite of the rip-roaring rhetoric of the party bosses, to post up Intelligently on what Issues and candidates are likely to be best for farmers and for the rank and tllle of bread winning work in neonle. The men of princely capital. who wants to control the rewards of labor, are sure to be at the front pointing out the kind of statesmanship that will bring the most prints to the mills of the millionaires We. too. should have an alert eye scanning the nniitiral situation la beliaU of the riifced jHsr.lnlea of day's work. Votes ..., n lui in mali n an re that ours tallv iwuut, auA taw square for agriculture, and for all of the honest Industrial pursuits. However I did not set out to run a political test Into any one of tbe party creeds, but to talk in a paragraph or two about agricultural organ ization in the grange. We have so many unju-tt buidens of monopoly, unequal taxa tion, railroad discrimination, special laws for special steals, and whatnot piled upon our toilsome Industry, that we must needs stand shoulder to shoulder In a determined struggle to Bhove them off, and where can we so well combine for this self help co operation of tbe farmers as in the grange If you want the toys and girls to have a social good time, unmixed with evil, to escape the weary Isolation of the farm, to keep on educating all through worn day life, send them to the grange. If you want to help mould a healthy public opln Ion in behalf of tbe people's Interests, or to keep abreast of the practical, progressive agriculture, join the grange and become a loyal worker therein. It Is national; ex tends from sea to sea; It Is thoroughly in" trenched byre in Illinois We need you, fellow farmer, you need us; our gates are ajar for all the worthy sons and daughters of the farm Come Into the grange. Thomas Kk.wy, Hec. tate GraiiL'e Dimlap, 111 , Oct 1!, 1SS8. Merit Wilis. We dehlre to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Halve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies tbat sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand redy to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their us,e. These remedies have won their great jxipularlty purely on their merits. 1). Lai'kimai'x, Druggist. He-lillratloii of the Congregational Churrh. The Congregational church was re dedicat ed on .Sunday morning, and the evening jexercises were given over to what, in a social sense, would be called a ''house warm ing." Every pew was full in the morning, and in the evening the pews and the sides of the main auditorium were jammed indeed from gallery to gallery so scant was the standing room that aeveval hundred were turned away. Tbe oburob choir, led by Mr. Harrison, never was so large, nor sang so well. The half dome and circular sounding board threw the entire volume of music from both Choir and organ out into thechurob, and the effect was more clearly marked than ever before. The ehoir has shown great improve ment in the past, and the improvement in the future, now that all have reached a lair standing point, cannot fail to be noticeable. The servioe opened with prayer by Mr. Whittlesey who read appropriate sorlptura seleotions. Tbe dedioatorial prayer wa a fine effort. Following Mr. Whittlesey, Mr. Day delivered the dedication sermon with even more than bis usual force and elo quencY His theme, "The real Olory of tbe House of God,'' was very ably handled, and abounded In logical truths and beautiful sentiments. Tbe prinoipal, or leading thoughts of bis disoourse were: "There may be, in tbe house of worship, a glory of architecture and of adornment." "There may be a glory of adaptation. ' "There may be a glory ia its expression of an offering to God." "But the highest glory of tbe House of Qod, is in the faith whioh it expresses in Christ, the power which it affords for Christ, and the plaoe which It proffers for tbe presence of Christ-." The regular Sunday sohool exercises gave way to special servioe. Short addresses were made by the pastor, Mr. Whittlesey and others. A quartette, composed of Mrs. 8. It. Ulanchard, the Misses McNair, Miss DeLeagneau and Mr. Harrison, sanB an ap p.opriate number, which was very well received. A solo, by Ralph Sapp, was ex oellently rendered. Dr. Fredericks, Mr. Holmes, Mr. McKay and Mr, Whittlesey, were on the rostrum ith Mr. Day In the evening. Mr. Day made the opening address, and acted as master of ceremonies during the remainder of the evening, which was taken up with addresses by Mr. Holmos and Dr. Freder icks, and a prayer by Mr. McKay; the service olosiug with the pronunciation of the benediction by Mr. Whittlesey. Tbe music, as in the morning service, was grand. There areohurohes in the State whose in teriors have cost a great doal more than that of ihe Congregational church, but it is doubted whether there is a church even in Chicago whose decorations, painting, up. holstery and carpeting, equals in beauty of harmony, the interior of this edifice. The Dftint and fresoo work has already been discussed in these columns, but little if any of the effect then produced is present new The carpet, a fine ingrain, perfectly blending with the general tone of the upholstering; splendid new shade of flowered damask, imported especially for the purpose, changes tbe eutire appearance of the outire interior. Each tint, whether of carpet, woodwork, up holstery or fresco, is in perfeot harmony with the other. The rail of the east, or chair irallerv. tbe rostrum chairs and the pulpit are upholstered in elegant plush. o The heating apparatus, plaoed in by I eaac Gage, the famous furnace manufacturer, is as nearly perfeot as could be desired. It stands upon brick piers, and instead of re ceiving its draft from tbe outside, as is usual with most furnaces, receives the cold air of the rooms underneath, heats it and sends it up through the huge registers plaoed side by side at the extreme west end of tbe audlto- rum. This rarified air, pushing upward and outward, sends the oold air ef the room down into the rooms below through ten large registers, and the circulating draft thus produced beats both lower and upper floor quickly and evenly. Rome few improvements are vet to be made, but there is little room for them. The best on earth, can truly be said 0; Griggs' Glycerine Salve, wnicb is sure safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises, scalds, burns, wounds and all other sores. Will positively cure piles, teter and all skin BrUDUUUB All uuu nvuvvt uvHv faction guaranteed or money refunded. On ly 25c. Sold by E. Y Griggs. CAfJTOf TBI CYC L PLOW Has by actual use proven itself to bo Best Plow in Market. Grain Drills. Seeders. Fanning iuus, uisk narrows, ace. AUKNTS 10 K Till J. I. Case & Portable Traction Engines, Saw Mills, Separators ALL OOOIU WARKANTKD. ZtayThe highest market price paid for imotby and clover seed. G. V. REED & CO. Struck lly l.l(lituliiK Hess & Crotty's Tile Factory was struck by lightning at eleven o'clock last nigbt and burned to the ground in two hours. Four cattle cars filled with ooal burned also. The loss to the firm Is $10,000, with 15,000 in. surance. The Hock Island cars were worth $2,000. No effort waa made to bring out j the fire department KnvelupeM. The FbebTbadkr office has just received 15,000 Envelopes, direct from the manufac turers, and is prepared to furnish them in lots to suit at lower prices than envelopes have brought for two years past. Alexander Bruoe, Ihe well known railroad and bridge contractor, died at Marseilles on Sunday last at the age of 61 years, having been born in Scotland in July, 1827. He came to America in 1847, settling in Will oounty. In 1852 be removed to La Salle, being then engaged in building the old III. Cent, bridge at that place. In 1865 he went to Marseilles, where he bought grain and became one of tbe direotors of tbe Marseilles bank, of which be waa president for 10 years, tie waa most 01 nis me m Driuge contractor, and bridges built by him may be found to-day all over tbe west. In the death of Mr. Bruce Marseilles and La Salle oounty loses one of their best men in what ever be may be considered. ... u. I... ... n Rnlt'a r.orj vug wuu una m - Cough Syrap invariably resorts to it again lur vuiub, viu. 'Whn vice prevails and impious men bear le way, When ents, sprains, bruises torment all it.. . Then ease from pain from care and burt is sent By great Salvation Oil, the standard ymment. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity. strength and wh)(eoiiieness. More economical tnau the ordinary Kino, uimcaiiuoi or mho hi i-imihk-iiuuu , with the multitude, of low test, short weight alnm or ; phosphate powdera. sn(ii omy m run. sui i.ia ink I'mwuibCii. II Wall St. N. V. The Southern Timber Land Investment Co. iqs .Call, atr.al. Chlrtaora. DIMIfCDC FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CHICAGO. DBnACno bank of camden, camoen, ark. Oifem tlia gatoat iul boat InveatmentH for Htiiitll or large gurus. Famnlilota giving full m loniiHticn furoitiboil on application to tbe above. It will my you well to reaUaud coats you notuiuK. GEO. V. nAVEHS, Passage Tickets, Foreign Exchange, A Insurance Business. Mr Monjar TO ji0.sV1. OTTAWA WARKKIS. OrrAWATTit., Oot. 26, 1888. Flora and Fun. Umtl t touri. Victor Mills Silver Cloud, pHtent, Cwt. fR 00 Hungarian ; Criterion Bran.) cwt 8p Shorts Corn Meal, per cwt 1 -V Corn and Oat, ground... 1 Hi Wheat, w bush '. ' SO 90 Itve. Mlfta V4 Corn, shelled. bush 0 l orn. ear. per ousn oata.lba l Timothy Seed, w bush... 1 U Poutore. bush ST SO Butter, 2J Iteirs, ) doa cTlcken..perdoa I50SOO Chickens, dressed, per lb S . ' Hav ton .W 4 00 Straw, per ton 3 50tt4HO Ltvg Stool fattle on foot, cow. luu s 5 W & 8 on Cattle on foot, steer ?'"! ?! Kat calve, live weight, 10U 8 50 A 4 ( Sheen. lUMha. f(J) Jrt Uvelloga, r UW 5 00 S Tallow. Hide ajio Salt. Lard ' Tallow, In oil bbl. per ft Tallow, loose, per ft .., Salt, per bbl 1 Hide, green, per ft Hides. cured, per ft J Calf m. J Deacon Dry Salt 10 The grain prices) cover whole range of market, from warehouse price to price paid for odd load for feed. 111 KNEUSSL'S IMIjIISJ" street, West of La Salle Street, (south side,) OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. CompMiind and kei-p cuntautlr on litul a large and well K-lertod itork of DRUGS CEMZC ALS All the uew end popular l'mem Mi'dtrlnei, Extract! uJ Sptcetforculiiierruae. I'eifiimery, Ilrushes, and Fancy Articles for the Toilet. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, &c. Particular Attention Given to the Compounding of Physicians' Prescriptions. Those New Things at Wilson's. Want to talk new things this week. We've just opened a large line of latest style Jackets for La dies, $2.90 to $5.00, in black and colors. They are a sacrifice to low prices. New Meadwcar for Ladies and Children. Anything from Tobog gan Caps and Fascinators to the finest rfiade Bonnet in the city. This is plain to be seen by look ing in H. V. Wilson's windows. See them better inside. Children's Woolen and Penang Waists are selling fast. Just what you want. A large assortment of Fancy Ornaments. Latest designs in Silver, Gilt and Oxydized Fancy Pins for ladies, in all qualities. Bought at a sacrifice, and will be closed out at once. II. V. WILSON, La Salle Street, Ottawa, III. Farmer sAttention ! I wish to call the attention of every farmer La Salle county to my Combination Wire and Picket Fence. ft s composed of ten No. 12 steel galvanized wire, forty-eight pickets to the rod. The pickets arefoui feet long, one and a half Inches wide and live eights of an Inch thick, woven together. It forms The Most Complete and Durable Fence Ever Produced. IT WILL TURN EVERYTHING, Krom a half-grown chicken to a full-blooded Durham and there is no possible chance for stock to be injured by this fence. As to durability. It will Out-last Two Ordinary Board Fences, And the original cost Is much lex than board fence I have manufactured tnis fence In a small way for two years, and It has given entire satisfaction in every ease. It Is no longer an ex pertinent. Everybody Acknowledges Its Superiority Over All Other Fences. I am now prepared to f uriiisU It In large or small quantities, rough or planed. Can ship to any point in county. Call at corner Superior and r ultou streets and see for yourselves, or address H. C. KING. April 2S-6mo Ottawa. 111. FLOUR AND FEED, Lime, Salt. Cement. Plastering Hair and Stucco. Also the LONDON lorse I Cattle Fool A preparation tar anterior to any condition powder ever made. Oil Ck, Corn Meal, Aco. A. HAMILTON. Feb.ll-tf 144 Main itreet Ottawa, m WANTED ery 8uclt. All Goods'wr- rauieu t insr-t. lar. rer niatent. pleasant, profit- men. Good salaries and expense paid weekly. Liberal Inducements to beginner. No previous experience necessary. Outtlt free. Write for terms, giving age. CHARLES H. CHA8K. Nurseryman, Uochestcr. S. T. Mention this rair. septlS-Jino' i,n uir riKiil OUTFITS .y! I iJm bbb ww etc.. rur tne nam. j Ber Nurserlea, (established 115. High BHlary or communion. Work twelve moutU ia UK Ivar. I Send at once for terms. , H. K. HOOKKR Ar CO.. sepa-Jim-' Itovhester, N. V. DRUG STORE llfM'T (( To Markrnnlth to KM your I J f wan-h ri-ptttrva, or to Jeweler to get your hunt? tliixl. "Jtvery man to hi trade" la a Itnod rule. Our "trade" I Insurance and Iteal Katat. We write Fire, Life and Accident Polk-let at current rate. In the heat companies In I lie U.S., ami offer better bantami In real estate, both at home and else where, thau ean be had In any other office In thi. coun ty, aepl-tf IHl. J.O HAliItI880N. W V W 1 MT ToBUYaeveralaweimwaoa it fi tl All I the went side for our custom er; alo noma vacant lota. Owner, of property la any portion of Ottawa will And purchaser, through u quicker than In any other way. aepl-tf UH. J. O. HAKKItt BON. CITY rilOPKRTYM doubt, though price .till faror buyer, and now li the time to buy. Come and look over our Hit. A few min ute time may aave you many dollar., epl-lthr Dlt. I. O. HA KRIS SON. ri A V'IT Written In the Urgeat 1 i O U XV A 1 V j Vt and moat reliable com panies at enrrent rate.. Our tire Insurance compacts are among the largest and mrotigest In the world. Our accident company la the let in the IT. 8., and tbe grand old Mutual Life of N. V. haf no equal on the face of te. globe. OK. J. O. HARBI8 bONh 0(!EX TICKETS Steamship lowtst prices. DK. J. O. HARRIS SUN 3 FAUMSIckbm ARK BARGAINS. WO near a lam eltv In Illi nois. Just the thing for fruit and garden. Only ,.. Easy term. oct27-Sw DR. J. O. HARRIS SON. 1 A tfC IN DKKR PARK. Good llu- 1 dJ iWJtX IjO proveiiients, orchard. Ac. A 3 ft. vein of coal and valuable (Ire-clay under the mosR of It. to.lOU. oct'-Sw DR. J.O. HAKKlb ASON. 'XfUi IN FALL RIVER. A part of I Ou" WIVCjO it well Improved. Excellent ) dwelling. orchard. Ac. A part tlmlxT that makes anil A No. 1 pasture, anil produces good crop. Oolyti.JM. y Faey terms. Worth much more. We have also other farm, in this and other counties I In Illln.l1. nct2Hur Itlt J It WAtMMflA HAM 1 FABM FOB SM The undersigned offers for aa!e bis farm of l.V) acre,, more or !eos. situated two mile south and one mile east of Sunec. (li., In Grundy county, with til) acre of corn, 40 acre of Timothy, balance goo timber pasture; one house of 5 bedrooms, silting room and kilcuen.aod living water and good orchard on the premises. For particular call on Oeo. I'arker, of Ottawa, or on the remises. aug-JS-Sni .I01IN SKKLLV. S. G. DORRANGE, UPHOLSTERER FAXC'V DECOKATINU AND Artistic Repair 7ork IfONE TO OliUEK. REPAIRS ON FURNITURE That you would throw awny done at a nominal coat, and dollars .uvea in your household expense. ALL WORK Carefully and Promptly Attended to. LA SALLE STREET, i Over I)e Lapp's Shoe Store.i ffALACE LIBBEY & CO, BKEEDERi AND SHIPPERS Clyde, English & Normal HEREFORD CATTLE Poland-China and Berkshire SWINE. 100 POLANH PIGS For tbl Season' Trade now ready for sale. A larae nnmher of animalsof each of the above breexf of all age and (Kits irxe. either grade or thorough bred, alwaysoa hand for sale. J Inspection ot stock desired. Farm, five tnllea aontfl WMtWUIun. r-u. doi mos uum uunouh GEO. P. ESTABROOK, TEACH KR OF Pjano Playing Knr terms. r..call at residence, or addres TIT Eai Superior St.. Otta a. 111. ttefcrences given when r quired. ansTS-tf i c4 wit r;r.i,i r-tii-nTi' 'ijin HsWail ' 1