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mitt town OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY, JULY, 19, 1890. NO. 50 VOL 52. tie DENTAL ROOMS. A. T.OImsH D.D. S- ASSISTED E FRANK Y, -HERBERT. B.D. 8. Thorough work at Moderate Prices. 783 La Salle t. Get prices elsewhere and you will be convinced that you can save from 25 to 50 per cent, by buying anything in the musical line of TONY SIMON, Postofiice Blk. AND HACK LINE. 4 60. TELEPHONE. 160. PETER EGAN Would respectfully announce to the citizens of otuw. and vicinity that he has one of the choicest Livery Stocks In the city, at the City Stables, sucn at The Latest Styles of Hacks, Carriages and Buggies, ro let at p1ce to cult th timet. Parties. Weddl> Fanerali, Picnics, Ac, supplied wttb Good Utgs jd stun notice. Funersi In 'he coantry or adjolnit t towns Sromptly attended to. Pereons taken to or from rot nott, or to the country, night or day. sT Remember the place tin Madison street, east el t oecut, ece block west of new conrt bouse. (Ottawa Feb. ft PKTKR KON. Ottawa Markets. Ottawa. 111., July 13, 1S90. Grain and Szku, Wheat. bush 90 Kye.Mlhe ... 38 Corn. ear. per 75 fts ! Cora Shelled Oats. 32 lbs Timothy Seed bust .. 1 IU Produce. Potatoes, new. bush 8H Potatoes, old . 'i& Butter. n. 10 El-bk. doz 10 Chickens, per dor. 8 00 a 3 50 Chickens, dressed, per lb 10 Turkeys 11 i Hay, per ton 8 S() Siraw, per ton 3 00 ui 4 ft) Livb Srora. Cattle on foot. 1(0 lbs 2 00 ft 3 00 Cattleon foot, steers ; ...8 00 4 00 Fat calves live weight, lOUlbs 3 50 ft 8 75 Sheep, 10U lt 8 00 3 7'. Live llogi, VJ ls 3 U0 i 3 a Tallow, Hides and Salt. Lard. 4 lb 7 Tallow, In oil Mils, per lb..,. 03 Tallow, loom per lb MH Bait, per bhl 1 Bides, green, per ft O.H'i Hides, cured, per 1 . 0 C alf Deacon Ji) Green Oamageil Hides OiH The grain prices cover whole range of market, from warehouse prices to prices paid for odd loads for fewi. If you are going to travel you can pet your outfit at Fiske and Reem's cheap. llHpy HooKieri. Win. Tirniiions. postmaster at Ida ille, Ind., writes: Electric Hitters has done more for tne than all other medicines combined, for that bad feel ing arising from kidney and liver trou ble. " John Leslie, farmer and stock man, of same place, says: " Find Elec tric Hitters to Ik? the best kidnev and liver medicine, made me feel like a. new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware i merchant, same town, says: "Electric Hitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whether helivesordies ; he found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only "0c. a bottle, at D. Lorriaux' drug store. A tine top buggy, our own manufac- ture. for 175, At Gay Son's. Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic is the "only perfect blood medicine" the public ha9ever known. It Is a .nod em good-value-for-your-monev-T-Ljiedy more and better medicine tor fifty p(,nti than rrni cot for a dollar in anv LIVERY Ai FEED STABL1 SUrSilUil I Ilia UI ailliaUIC iruiwi;, ver Tonic comes as near perfection as hunan effort can produce. ItcuresTo per cent of cases given up by physicians. ' Another case of th'ise nice summer corets (47c.) received. They sell luick. J. E. Scott t Co. . : 1 . A- nUAMtlfA IT f 1 . . DAILY EVENTS. Thursday. July 17, 1800. Charlotte Corduy guillotined, 17M. "Had all his hairs been lives, my great revenge had stomach for them all." -Uthtlh, v., 2. Thomas Forbes, of Ottumwa, Iowa, is in Ottawa. Miss Vaughey, of Seneca, was in Ottawa yesterday. Ilenrv Reauhien, of Seneca, was in Ottawa yesterday. A crowd of young people from W est Ottawa held a picnic at Dayton yester day. . Miss Katie Foley leaves to-day for La Salle to visit relatives for a few weeks. The county teachers' institute opens for a three-weeks' session on Monday, July 21. Mrs. James McKeel is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Da well, at Marseilles. William Miller and Jennie May Smith, of Streator, have been given license to marry. Miss Mary I. Miller and Miss Jen nie M. Crane left Tuesday for a two weeks' trip on the lakes. Charles J. Metzger, Charles Geiger, Philip Altand Noah Perkins attended the tiremen's tournament at Mendota yesterday. The remains of Mrs. D. M. Rrown were interred in South Ottawa ceme tery yesterday afternoon, Rev. Day conducting services at the house. Four free scholarships in short-hand writing will be awarded to the four parties making the best averages at the close of the institute to be held in Ottawa, commencing July 21. Cards are out announcing the wed ding of Harriet Merri field, daughterof O. C Merritleld, to Ilev. Walter M. Walker, of New York City, on next Wednesday evening at 8:110 o'clock. Henry Holmes was badly poisoned with poison ivy while working on his farm last Friday and has not been able to leave the house since. He is now improving rapidly and will be out in a few clays. n T? Monro nf Aurora, the brake- man who had both legs cut oil in an accident at Dayton last reoruary, nau nnothpr nnprat ion nertornied recently. One leg was cut o en and a bone taken out and the other was cut on iwo inches more. He is improving rapidly and will soon be about. ' Extensive improvements are being made on the interior of Sherwood's Opera House, preparatory to opening the season on August 4. A new stage of southern pine will belaid and the Hv callnrv is b.'inir made wider so that scenery carried by big attractions can be more easily handled, n is pronanie McCabe & Young's minstrel troupe will snow nere j my Friday, July IH. ll0. Declaration of Papal Infallibility, 1870. "Not till God make men of some other metal than earth." Much Ado Ahimt Nothing, ii., 1. Arthur Heeley, of Aurora, was in Ottawa yesterday. Coroner Milling, of Peru, was doing business in this city yesterday. Mrs. D. Hess and daughter have gone to Chicago to visit friends. Fred I lames, of Rrooklyn, New York, is the guest of friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. John Hilliard and son are visiting friends at Monroe, Wis. Miss Mona Savage has returned from a visit with her sister at Streator. Miss Katie Foley has gone to La Salle to visit relatives for two weeks. Joseph Hirchhorn and wife of Chi cago, are the guests of friends in this city. The family of Supervisor Gustave lireining, of Peru, spent yesterday in Ottawa. Freeman Poundstone, a prominent Grand Ridge citizen, was in the city yesterday. John Hurley left last night on a three weeks visit with friends in St. Louis, Mo. W. P. Weaver, of Cleveland. O., is the guest of his brother, P. C. Weaver, South Ottawa. Fear nothing but sin. but keep away from the electric-light wire, un less it be at the factory. Samuel Richolson and family will reside for a couple of months on their farm, south ot the river. W. E. Rirkenbeuel, of La Salle, was in Ottawa yesterday consulting with the abatement committee of Super visors on the assessment of lands owned by him. The funeral of the late Mrs. Rridget Duffy took place from St. Columba's church at noon yesterday, Dean Keat ing ofiiciating. The remains were in terred in the Catholic cemetery on the north blulT. The funeral of Eugene Silet took place from the residence of his mother in nest Ottawa at 4 p. m. yesterday, Rev. liters conducting services at the house. Forty members of Industry Lodge No. 20, A. O. U. W., attended the funeral. The Interment was at Ottawa Avenue cemetery. (iaaoline Stove. The " New Process" and Reliable" safe, economical and easily operated at Jop.dan & Hamilton's. Young men's, boys' and children's clothing in large variety and very cheap. The laborer, farmer and me chanic all are invited to call, see, buy, and save money. One price, and that the lowest. So deviation at Fiske & Reem's. In connection with the fact that Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic has had the largest sale, it has been the most suc cessful remedy ever lfore the public for all bio! troubles, and diseases of the stomach, liver and kindeys. 50c. Illliiola IS. A. K.-Olllrliil tlciluartera Tralii. Theortlcial headquarters train, do partment or Illinois, with Department Commander Wm. L. Dustin and staff, and Mrs. Gen. John A. Logan, will nrocet tlonal Encampment at Roston via the Niagara Falls Short Line, the West Shore and the Hoosac Tunnel Routes. This train will stop at all stations be tween 0,uincy and Chicago, to give tne comrades on main line anti irum con necting lines and branches, an oppor tunitv toioin it. For detail time sched ule see special bill distributed in your territoy. Remember that tickets to the en campment are but onk kake you tiik uoiwd TKir. inev can ue ooianieu via the Rurlington Route at principal stations, or bv addressing P. S. Eustis, Genl Passenger and Ticket Agents. Ii. Sc. g. R. R., Chicago. Klnilrrs and Mower. The "Walter A. Wood" and "Red, White and Rlue" mowers are sold only by Jokdan' & Hamilton. MRS. ARMSTRONG DEAD. She la Called Home Arter a Long and Pain ful SU'kneaa. Hire T.llen Armstrong, wife Of the late John G. Armstrong, died at the residence of her brother, Michael Cur tis, north or the city unursuay morn ing at 10 o'clock, after a lingering ill; nessof nearly one year. She was 55 ilil nnH a native of Countv kav- an, ireland, from which place she em igrated to America iony ye.us nu. mim Vmfi rnc.rlerl in Ottawa iiianv venrs and was a noble and benevolent chris tian lady.niuch attached to ner cnurcn. Make up your quilts and comforters new when you can buy prints and cot ton bnttlni? so chean. J. E. Scott & Co. are selling a very fine cotton bat ting for 10 cents. FIXE SURREYS AND RUGGIES At Jokdan & Hamilton's. BUY THE "WOOD." The Ilest Kenult AccomplUhed by I'alnu Till Machine. The Walter A. Wood single apron harvester, improved for 18iHJ, is now hfinfiiimr t.ho 7-foot rve in solendid shape, which shows it is the best ma chine in the market. A machine built on any other principle could not ac complish such perfect results as the Walter A. Wood is now doing. There is no clogging, no missing and very light draft. "Wood" and other moweks at Jokdan & Hamilton's. Colwell & Hazlitt are paralyzing the sugar business. Try them. The complete census of Livingstone county shows someunexpected figures. The population foots up. "18, 442, against US. 450 in 1W0, a loss of 8. Pontine city and township show a gain of 1.207, Forest City and township 1,25(, Fair tmry KI4, and Reading 161; but the country, orstrictly rural towns, nearly all show heavy losses. Look at the outing goods at Fiske & lieem's. A new lot just received shirts and ties. Everv oair of shoes is warranted to be worth what you pay for them, at Streator had a small strike on Werlnosdav. The laborers at the win dow glass works struck for an in crease of their wages from ?!..) 10 $1.75 per day. Mr. Cash, the superin tendent, told tnem tney were loo laie as they were about through with their work and he had ntendeu to lay inem off by evening anyhow. I.adiea I The finest stock of Oxford and low shoes in the city, is at U. J. DELiAlM' S. Joliet is sending out dispatches, making frantic appeals for laboring men to' come to that city. "Manufac turing, quarrying and building have increased so rapidly," say these dis natches, "as to create a scarcity of common laborers." No mention is made of the fact, however, that several hundred quarrymen have been on a strike for a month past at Joliet for living wages. Machine for the Mae. If you want a binder, mower, or gas oline stove call on Jokdan kt Hamilton. I tuck boards and spring wagons at low prices At Gay it Son's. The Kane County Supervisors are discussing the propriety of repealing the lxiunty on wolves and substituting one on crows, the only bounty on wolf scalps in the last few years having been paid by the clerk being on those of some infant foxes; whereas crows uproot corn and other grains, suck hens' eggs and destroy prairie chickens by eating their eggs and killing the young. We published a pretty story lately altoul some farmers who drove away the crows to save the corn, but found their crops so ravaged by cut worms and other insects that they were glad to coax the crows back. Moral: The farmer has no better friend than the crow. KENTUCKY RIVER MILLS TWINE At Jokdan & Hamilton's. A complete line f vehicles at low prices At Gay & Son's. A Stove Sale. The gasoline stove sale in "New Process" and "Reliable" gas burners is still large at Jordan & Hamilton's. start from (Julncy and run to Chicago via the Rurlington Route, CP., tiil R. R., on' Friday. August ftltr and from thence will nroceed to the Na- Itlanchard Told the People Along the Line and (lave the Snap Away, Deputy Sheriff Yockey went to the north part of the county Thursday morning with a warrant for the arrest of Wm. Cullen, who is charged with attempted rape on the young daughter of Win. Blanchard, of Adams town shiD. When he got within a half mile of the house he espied Cullen riding on top of a load of hay and calculated on an easy capture, but Cullen- saw him approaching, dropped from the load of hay and ran to hide himself in the cornfield near by. Charlie tired a pistol in the air, thinking to scare him, but he wouldn't scare a little bit, and Charlie returned yesterday with out his man. The people lesiding along the road knew that the sheriff or one of his men had a warrant for Cullen's arrest, having learned it from Planchard himself on his return from Ottawa last Tuesday. Every vehicle fully warranted that you buy of Gay & Son. A Show Worthy of I'utronnge. A show that keeps its promise with the people, that does not deceive them with false representations, deserves patronage and will always command it. Such a show is Wallace & Co.'s Menagerie and Three Ring Circus, which will be in Ottawa on Thursday, July 24th. There is no better amuse ment organization now traveling un der canvas, nor none that has received more general commendation from both press and people. Rring your butter and eggs to Col well & Hazlitt, and you will get the best prices to be had. Cards have been received here for the marriage of Miss Ella, daughterof Mrs. and Mrs. William Haynes, of this city, to Mr. John J. Wafer, of Denver. The marriage ceremony will be per formed at the residence of Miss Haynes' aunt, 418 Eighteenth avenue, Denver, Col., on Wednesday, July 2:i, at 8 o'clock in the morning. Full line of road carts cheap At Gay it Son's. John Roth, the man in the Joe Davies county asylum mentioned by us a week ago as enduring a fast that beat Dr. Tanner, died on Monday, having passed his sixtieth day of total abstinence from food of any kind or nourishment, except a slight quantity of water which was forced into his stomach mechanically every twenty four hours. For such an absolute fast his record is no doubt the longest ever made. At Popular I'rlrea. The celebrated Kentucky River Mills Twine is sold by Jordan & Ham ilton. Shakespeare speaks of men who have gone unscathed through "the imminent deadly breach" and then met their quietus at the end of a bare bodkin: and so Mr. Adam Werner, at the age of 45, had never received a hurt or scratch, though he had served in the Franco-Prussian war of 170 and charged the enemy in seventeen hard-fought battles, until he was dangerously injured in the late miser able railroad wreck at Joliet. Fiske & Deem have also just received a lot of men's suits. Seasonable and good, also very cheap. Top buggies from $75.00 to $100.00 at Gay it Son's. The Dubuque (ink says the fol lowing notice is posted on a fence over in Franklin county: "If any man's or woman's cows or oxen gits in these here oats, his or her tail will be cut (iff. as the case may be. I am a Christ ian man and pay my taxes, but d-n a man who lets his crit ters loose, say I." P.uys a good pair of ladies' kid button shoes, at C. D. DkLait's. Call and examine our stock of sur ries, buggies, spring wagons, and get prices. ii ay iv Nin. The Webb suicide in Rockfonl and other kindred fatalities there of late, havecaused an infection that is spread ing in strange directions. For months past Hays & Casswell had kept a laid headed American eagle in a capacious cage in one of the show windows of their drug store. The proud bird had long shown signs of disgust at its cap tivity, but it was not until tin? Webb episode that it seemed to de'jide how to end it. i lie cage mui i n nirnisn- ed with a capacious vessel of water. Sternly, a day or two ago, the bird placed its head into that water ami held it there, the linjishr says, "until the spirit and the flesh were divorced ami the former liberated from the un bearable and humiliating thraldom of enforced confinement in a drug store window." A irrcat manv are huvimr what cot ton goods they will need for next fall. Now. I. K.Scott .t Co. have a large stock and are making very low prices. Last Sunday fifty brave and gallant stags left Dubuque on a picnic excur sion to Spring Twins, a pleasant sum mer resort a few miles out of town. They took along for refreshments two barrels of leer and fine laf of bread. The papers ridiculed them for taking along such an enormous quantity of solid in propottion to the liquid re freshment, but the Jl'fiui next day makes it all right by stating that the loaf of bread was brought back in the evening untouched, having been taken along as a mascot. In a rigidly prohi bition state like Iowa, no-u.'h absurd mistake was likelv to le made as that hinted at. Ituy vehicles from home manufac turers and get the best At Gay it Son's. Yacht Club Dressing FOR Limn T aIihai. n i ill itM til SARATOGA CHIPS, ChoW Chow, Cauliflower, Onion. Get ready for your outing. We have a good supply on hand. 4 W. C. RIALE & CO. BAIRQ-ATISr GROCERS, 3 BAlftGAIMS. n Hs tin ever Saw Gents' Night Kobes, At 50 cents, 54 inch, full longth and size. At 75 cents, Best cotton, nicely trimmed. At $1.00, we hove one embroidcrod with silk, never before sold for less than $2.00. CALL AND SEE. W. H. HULL & Co. FEEE ! FREE ! FREE ! The most beautiful catalogue ever published, containing " photo-gravures" of Illinois river scenery, and full information regarding the Ottawa Business University The only school in the West that employs Experienced P.usiness Men as teachers. Our Graduates Secure and Retain Positions. Summer term in session. Fall term opens Sept. 1st. For catalogue or infor mation call on or address F. J. TOLAND, Pres., or W. G. LOWE, Sec'y. SlmiKlilcrlntf frier. Just think of It: r. I). Sweetser announces that his stock of farm Implements, tools, wag ons, buggies, shot guns, sewing ma chine supplies, etc., will be marked way down and sold ai smugim-ieu oriees until Sent. 1st. It you want anything in his line call and take advantage of this reduction in prico. Ladies' hand-turned shoes onlv .'!, at 1'kl.ai r . lit? prudent and do not. spend a dol lar for a bottle of sarsaparilla or any kidnevir liver remedy w hen lr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic, costing .'.0 cents, is far superior, and the .ottie holds nearly a pint. It cures dyspepsia, constipa tion, loss of apictlte. headache, torpid liver. Iniwel complaint, rheumatism. erysipelas, eruptions and all diseases arising from disordered blood, stom ach, liver or kidneys. It is pure and harmless. We lead in the vehicle trade. Gay it Son. Will I.t I'ntil SepteinlxT 1. I'ntil Sept. 1st, i will s dl all goods in my store, Sir, and 'is La Salle stieet, at slaughtered prices. F. D. WKK"1KU. Remember we have reduced prices on all our work. Gay & Sn. What's the matter with Colwell it Hazlitt? They're all right. hm anil toll Mid j ajviillivil unu ki u; WUIUllJ Hurklln' Arnica .. The bout salve .11 tne world for cuts, bruises Bores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sore, tetter chupi't'd linmlH, rbilbltuns, rums, Hiid all skin eruptions, hih! intuitively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed 10 (five jfrfect it l.-tfaition. or money refunded. Tru e '25 cent der iox Cor sale bv l. I rrriauT. As I w'.ti toetignKe In othrr bti.ttieM. I offer niy Nor man Htallmu. TA.CZE3CIEjA.TJ ! for r. Any prraon wishloic to hiir r'l Stallion !il il" tuct'tiie snd m-9 nif at onr. 1 will guar aiilff tins tionw to hr a nmul a. any hire of b: Kin J In tl! Si.tr nf Illinois, ami will !! him on terms to tint tlir iiurclisM-r. Kor further particulars IJrw WILLIAM JAMISON. .lu!)Uii'i Crairle Center, ills. For Kent or Sale. ltOarrraof cbotea frrtlle famine land, suitable for grain. stk, h.y. or dairy pur ,, within halt ml'.e W H. K. station, )t iom ud nostortlce. will be let to rtton.llil .nd drairabl. panic for a term of flra . yar. frutu Marrh 1st. KI. with puswanlon from Sept. , I. ', If drlrrd , for rJ per annum. A pmnttral homo, ftnr mivtrrn rtwijrnee with for nooe anl hath, atiumlane of fruit anal rrapr : a writ- , .tut keil eh pond with Ira taouae. neirr tailing l!Q water In pant urea. A rradttl Jrxwy herd, honra, utensils, and noior- ' ho.d IP "d wl" Be "!d ai pnhllc auetion aouut Se. 11, or can bt boua'it ai prtvatrsaleprrtrioualy. AJdre j GKM. C UVKMTUBU, Oalloway. UL ! julf l3t-eow GooaStallionror Sale