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OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1890. NO. 52 VOL 52. '4 LIVERY Al FEED STABLI AND HACK LINE. .60. TELEPHONIC 16a PETER EGAN Would rapectffllT announce to the cttlieni of Otttwi ud vicinity that be ha one of the cholreat Livery Btocki In toe city, at tbe City Biablea, aucb a The Latest Styles of Hooks, Carriages and Buggies, & - .u ... .... UaaMaa 117 aA A I t VI wv let mi pnc w .uiv ids uuito. 1 1'' i " -rnneralt, Plcnica, Ac. .uppllea with (HkxI Kim on ihon notice. Funerala la tbe country or adjolntta towni Sromptly attended to. l'erwmi taken to or from tM epota. or to the country, night or day. OTKenieniber the place On Madlmn atreet,eat 01 I aut, ene block weat of new court nmiae. Ottawa Ken. 1884 Hh.TI'B WAN. 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. Great Race Meeting OP 1890. 1 ill 11 OF OTTAWA, ILL. AUGUST 511, fill, 111 8th PROGRAM. K1HST DAY. 2- year-olds and under, stake face -00 2:.'5.1 pace, nurse 4K) 2:'2( trot, purse 4(MJ i mile heats, running, add ... 100 SECOND DAY. 4-year-olds and under, stake. . .$200 3:00 trot, purse 400 2:34 trot, purse 400 Mile dash, running, add 100 TIIIltD DAY. 3- year-olds and under, stake. . .$200 Free-for-all pace, purse 400 2:30 trot, purse 400 I mile heats, running, add 100 KOUKTII DAY. 3:00 pace, guarantee purse $400 Free-for-all trot, purse 400 2:4." trot, purse 400 II mile novelty running:, add. . 100 Over 200 Entries. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Pi. A few of the many fast ones that will appear on the track are Charlie Frel, 2:1.)I: Elmonarch. 2:17i : Edwin C, 2:13: Tura Franklin, 2:181 : lied Davis, 2:18; March. 2:2('. ; Nobby, 2:111; Belle Vara, 2:25; l'rince. 2:2fU : Nellie V., 2:201 : J'.assenger liny, 2:241: Pilot T.ift, 2:10i: H. li., 2:191 : Kitty C, 2:171: lietty Jones, 2:1!1 ; Hecko thrift, 2:241. Hentrich's Band will furnish music every day. Special musio for the occasion. New Features: Asso n ill GREAT RUN'ING RACE . Each Pay. Excursions will be given on all nil roads leading into Ottawa. L. W. 1 1 ESS, Sec y. C. J. IRION, Pres. She was Completely Cured. A daughter of my customer suffered from suppressed menstruation, and her health was completely wrecked. At mv suggestion she used one bottle of Brad field's Female Regulator, which cured her. J. W. Hellcms, Water Valley, Miss. Write the Pradtleld Reg. Co., At lanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all drugg'sts. DAILY EVENTS. Thuraility, Julv 31, 1HOO. ('mod day for a Holiday. "I take but two shirts out with tmvind 1 man not to sweat extraordinarily." 11. Jli nry I I., 2. Percy Hall Is home from Sheldon. Iowa, on a vacation. Miss Sadie Adams, of Marseilles, Is the guest or Ottawa friends. Circuit Clerk Johnson has begun work on his new house In Coombs' ad dition. Miss Addie Jones will spend the month of August in the east, studying Delsarte. Miss Nellie Wendel left yesterday for Hroken liow, Neb., to spend one month with relatives. (Jus 1 Sail sch le left yesterday for Bar bour, "Wis., where he will join Peach & Powers' minstrel troupe. M. It. Mitchell haslet the contract for his new house on Cass street to Mr. Jeffrey. It will be a neat two-story house in cottage style. Win. Ilenimerle leaves to-day for the southern part of the state, where he has engagements to run several foot races. He will return in two weeks. Mr. C. K. Tryon, who has been quite dangerously il'l at times during t lie past two weeks, is now recovering and will soon be out again, his friends will be glad to know. It is very probable that band con certs will be given at the court house, on the north balcony, once each week, commencing next Tuesday evening. Mrs. John Connors, aged sixty years an inmate of the cohnty house, fell on the street crossing near the First Na tional Pank yesterday afternoon and sustained a serious sprain in the left lower limb. Two cows belonging to Mrs. J. F. Herrick were struck by a train on the Hock Island road at Twin Pluffs cross ing last Tuesday and seriously injured. One of the animals had the two front legs cut off and had to be killed. The other had one leg broken but will re cover. Miss Alice Harrison, of Streator, and Mr. Joseph 11. Ash bee, of this city, were united in marriage at the First M. E. church at 8 o'clock last evening bv llev. N. (). Freeman. Mr. Ashbee is employed as bar tender at the Clif ton Hotel sample rooms, ana nas many friends in Ottawa who extend congratulations to himself and bride. Frl.lny, AiiKUKt int, I81IO. Miss Carrie Piergue is visiting at Grand Ridge. Miss Mary Cline. of La Salle, as the guest of Ottawa friends. P. C. Harr, postmaster at La Salle, was in Ottawa yesterday. Art Evans came down from Chicago yesterday to visit his parents. Win. Ravrnond is the father of a baby boy. It weighs just ten pour: - Major Widmer left yesterday i few days business trip 'at Lacon and Henry, 111. George A. Posworth. a prominent lirooktield farmer, was in this city yesterday. Miss Eva Shinn has returned home to Streator after a very pleasant visit in Ottawa. Pev. C. A. Heusser assumed charge of the Catholic pastorate at Pradford, ill., last Sunday. The Keating Hotel on North La Salle street, is being remodeled to the extent of a new root. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Weigand, west Ottawa, died yesterday morning and was buried in the after noon. Postofiice Inspector West, of Chica go, has been in Ottawa the past few days looking up the bonds of some of "Uncle Sam's'1 hirelings throughout the county. Charles Peterson and a companion from Earlville, were thrown from a buggy, in a runaway on Lafayette street yesterday and escaped with a few scratches and bruises. The plans for P. J. Gillen's new res dence on Illinois avenue, have been completed and are in the hands of the contractors, who are tlguringon them. The contract will probably be let with in one week and work will be com menced at once. Mrs. Plant, mother of Mrs. T. P. Catlin, who has made her home here, was reported last evening to be dangerously and probably fatally ill at the Catlin residence on the north liluiT. Mrs. Plant was not expected to live a, latest report. Officer George Fischer, while step ping alniard a moving street car, at the corner of Main and Clinton streets, last evening, lost his balance and was, by the motion of the car, thrown upon his face, larcerating his nose and fore head. He will le unable to report for duty for a day or two, as he also suf fers from the shock received in falling. Engine No. 412 was thrown from the track near the "(j" depot at 11 o'clock yesterday morning. The accident was caused bv a wheel catching on the point of the switch near Main street. The engine plowed its way through the earth for fifty feet or more, clear ing the street. Two freight cars were attached to the engine at the time but these kept the track. A special came in from Streator and the engine was running again by 2 p. ni. Miss Metta Titus and Mr. Charles Lorentz, both of this city, were mar ried In Chicago one week ago yester day and are now spending their honeymoon on the lakes. They will return in a few weeks and reside in Ottawa. The groom Is 1 years old and the bride is two years his junior. It is understood that the girl's par ents objected to the marriage, but it was of little avail, as the young folks went away and were quietly married. Mr. C. P. Chapman, of the law firm of McDougall Nc Chapman, has been apiHiinted commlssior.ei of the U. S. Circuit Court for the northern dis trict. The appointment was made by Judge Blodgett, of Chicago, and Mr. Chapman begins his duties to-morrow. He will have jurisdiction over half the etate: that is, in all counties north of McLean county. The duties of the office are very light. The com missioner Is supposed to take acknowl edgements of bail and affidavits. A OuikI ritir.en Culled Home. Thomas Kulin. a resident of Grand Rapids towiifhlpfor a number ot vears, dietl at an early hour Thursday morn ing after an illness of ten days. He was lif) years old, and death was caused by inflammation of the bowels. A wife and eight children, live sons and three daughters are left to mourn his loss. The funeral will take place to day. Services will be held in the Cath olic church at Grand Rapids and the body will be brought to this city and interred in the Ottawa Avenue ceme tery. Mr. Kuhn was quite well known in Ottawa and In fact throughout the county. He came here at an early day and a friend once made was a friend forever. The family has the sympa thy of the community. I. up Hunter. Sharer, the harness man, is now sell ing 5A lap robes at ui astonishingly low figure. The LaSalle Hi publican isn't over pleased that the iron used in the La Selie and Peru electric railway is "second hand that has been used in the. streets of St. Louis for some time being replaced by other iron adapted for cable cars instead of horse cars. So we get it. It will doubtless out last the present generation of LaSalle inhabitants, and the cars will run just as fast and smoothly as if the iron were new, but its use in taeiie entails a strain on municipal pride that is a little hard to bear. The case would not be so bad if the mate erial came from Chicago instead of St. Louis."' All work we sell is manufactured in Ottawa At Gay & Sox's. ritotograpliy. Wilson & Gerding, Py their skill and fair wording, Have won a name High up in fame, That is lauded by judges or art. Teachers' Notice. Special sale of watches during insti tute, at special prices, at R. H. Trask's. John Evans, a farmer "down on Sandy," not far from Wenona, recent ly found that a spring on his place by which he set great value, was failing. "Last Tuesday," says the Jinks,"' he had a hole bored: when down about eleven feet the auger was taken out and the water came up with a rush, a pump stock was put down, the top of which stands about four feet above the surface. The water forces itself out of the top of the pump stock and there is every appearance of an un limited supply. M r. Evans lias surely found a bonanza in the way of a water supply. splendid, cold, spring water at that. W Shoo Flv, Shaefer, the harness maker, is dis counting any man in La Salle county on fly nets. They are daisies and cheap. Having had several head of stock in jured by sportsmen, Win. DutHeld has given public notice that fishermen and hunters will not hereafter be al lowed on his premises, and trespas sers will be punished. Stable Sweeper. Go to Shaefer's and buy one of those new stable sweepers just the thing and cheap. "fnrM:irv Ann " flip riernitv II. S. Collector at La Salle, came off with flying colors in his encounter with the Aurora police officers who ejected him from the race grounds at that place. He took them before Commissioner Hoyne at Chicago on a charge of inter- forlriLf with :i It. S. nltlferin the dis charge of his duty. The officers find ing inai iney were in a lair way in get into serious trouble humbly apolo gized to the irate official, declaring they did not know his business, upon which the case was dismissed. Puckbnards and spring wagons at low prices At Gay Son's. Tickets for the races at Mitch's. They have a crazy Frenchman in jail at liloomington who is somewhat of a phenomenon. Among ot her feats, he takes several cakes of ordinary washing snap, mixes them into a mass and models most exquisite figures with his fingers. He has made a statue of Washington and two or three allegor ical works that are wonders. He is evidently a sculptnrnf much ability. Sun era and HiikK1'. If you want a fine surrey or buggy call on Joidan Hamilton. Their stock is the largest, best and cheapest in the city. See Them. Those flue lap roles at Shaefer's. Thev will discount anything in the county for the price or style. Every vehicle fully warranted that you buy of Gay A: Son. Really the IVtatnnica creek upon the Wisconsin Imrder. is In-ginning to excite temple by Its rieh yield as a pearl fishery. On Wednesday, says a dispatch, Charles Ellis found a jiearl which he sold to an expert buyer for t00, and a Tiffany and Smith man from New York, gave a cheek for I120U for it. Our C. O. D. price on shoes is what moves them. J. Mm. aim. v. Hood Time Made ly the Green lloraea at the Track Wedneoriay, The race track at the Driving Park was alKiut (i seconds slow and this was due to the dust which was fully three Inches deep. For the past week, It has been almost Impossible for a horse to get a foothold and consequently It was useless to attempt to get a good showing from any of the flyers. The city steamer pumped water from the feeder Wednesday and the track was thoroughly soaked. From s until 10 o'clock the tiyers were kept speeding and very good time was made. The majority are green horses but are also very promising. Raven Girl, owned by H. J. Gillen, and Siva, owned by Win. Storniont, each trotted a heat in 2:4. Pocahontas Maid trotted a mile in 2:3!tJ, with but one skip. The phenomenal two-year-old colt, Nitre, owned by the Palmer Stock Farm at PrairieCe.itre, is reduclnghis record as a pai'cr, every day. One week ago he went a half mile in 1:2S and yesterday paced one mile in 2:431. The race between Nitre, Siva and Ra ven (Jirl was exciting and hotly con tested. Nitre had the poll and lead at the first half. The race down the homestretch was a most beautiful one, Nitre and Siva coming in neck and neck. Nitre won the heat bv a short head. Time, 2:431. This Is remarka ble time considering the fact that this horse Is not yet two years old. Next Week, The remnants left over at Hull's from the last two weeks' closing sale will be sold the coming week at mere nothing compared with former prices. You cannol afford tiPmiss a chance at them. Head their "ad" to-day. A CurloiiM Find. In sinking the wi ll at Mrs. Henry's, East .Ottawa, Mr. Wallen met with a curiously located deposit of fire clay and gravel. It was struck when the drill was well into the limestone rock which covers the water bearing sand rock. The deposit or pocket was about 20 feet thick and was so trouble some to the drill, and threatened such injury to the well that before proceed ing further a casing was sent down to act as the walls of the well. Usual y this limestone is unbroken through the entire stratum, and this we be lieve is the first break in it that has yet been struck. And it is not a little curious to strike tire clay in such a lo cality ! A fine top buggy, our own manufac ture, for $75, At Gay Son's. Decorate. Weston, the drug man, is still in the lead in selling wall paper and es pecially on remnants, the style of paper, the " almnst-nothing-iii-price,'' have taken large numbers there this week and will until every inch of the paper is sold. lit' lllllltlltM. Weston, the druggist, is selling rem nants of wall paper lower than you ever knew them to be sold. They will all be closed out in ten days. Tickets for the races at Mitch's. About, two miles of tin track of the Peru-La Salle electric street railway have been laid -f mm Water street, Peru, to the Illinois Central depot arid the cars, which are on their way from St. Louis, are expected to be running by August 1. Gay & Son, manufacturers of fine carriages. A colored boy named Harry John son, employed as a porter on one of the Wallace clrciisdining cars, having laid down by the side of his car anil gone asleep with his arm across the rail, the car was moved forward by another car coming dnwn the switch, and the boy's arm was cut off between the wrist and elbow. The arm had to be amputated at the elbow, and the boy was taken to the hospital at Quiney. Tickets for the races at Mitch's. Buy vehicles from home manufac turers and get. the best At Gay & Son's. The Streator Methodists art! making big preparations for their ten days' camp meeting at Villa Park, com mencing to-day. They have erected a large tabernacle and other tents, also' a large boarding hall. They are snar ing no pains or money, says the .Moni tor, to make the 'grounds convenient and beautiful and the meeting a suc cess. The best of pulpii. talent, has been engaged from abroad to attend throiiuh the ten days camp and a chorus choir of 3n or 40 voices will help the congregation do the singing. I'll in pa. A new line of wood, iron and force pumps has just been received at .'r dan ' Hamilton's. Call and see the stock before purchasing. Rcmcmlier we have reduced prices nn all our work. Gay Son. Cnrney Pros., of Marseilles, who-.-coal shaft was recently burned out, were grieved that a valuable mule left in it must have dietl of suRlcatinti. What was their relief, however, on tie cending into the shaft to find that after fifteen days confinement in bad air without foid the mule was still alive and appcarently all right! Toil buggies from tT.l.ou tn lon.K) at Gay ,v Sin's. Tickets fnr the races at Mitch's. Werner, the Madison street sh(H man, is closing out his stock at cost. Call now. See Trask's window di-play and get his special prices on watches. BEAR THK MAR MKT IS DOWN. - LEMONS - FRESH AND NEW JAPAN TEA 80c. JAPAN TEA I'OR CRYSTAL STARCH, W. C. RIALE & CO. Ba-jTlsr GROCERS. RACE I HULL LEADING The coming week, owing to the two weeks' sale just closed at Hull's, a large lot of Remnants will be sold at mere nothing all desir ablebut they have got to go re gardless of price or value. They will be a pleasant surprise to you. Sliuefcr I Is hading all others on the sale of fly j nets. It is not, altogether t he extra quality but the low price that is doing it. i Tickets for the races at Mitch's Farmers should be on the lookout Cur tlii tilfivi'shiirv sh:micr that, is now abroad in the laud. He loans one of his plowshares to a farmer and taKesa receint for it to be returned when be calls the next time. The receipt turns up very soon In the shape of a tirnmissnrv nnte and the aircnt does not call for the plowshare. Save money Py buying your new buugy at Jnrdan & Hamilton's. The new LaSalle daily the Jiilmin, comes to us for the first time to-day, the initial number having been issu ed on Thursday. It is a very hand somely printed seven column paper the size of the Fiti:i-: Tit ii-:it. and promises to be as useful as creditable to the "zinc city." Our 2.h dnngnla button bunts are the LEA PEPS of the county. J. Mm; u i in. Now 14 lour ( liMiire. Only a few more names wanted to complete the 22d watch club at R. 11. Trask's. Lacon has a Lime Kiin Ciub. in im itation of that which has obtained such renown through the iMroit Fm 'r.".". Lately the 7"i Joihiml says, t he club decided tn purchase a music Ikix. tn entertain the members in their leisure hours. An nnb-r was sent tn an Eastern music house and in due time a CO. p. package arrived. The package, which was large enough to contain a dozen muic-li4ics, was nicncd in the presence nf several luetiiliers. w hi were surprised to find that instead nf a music-lmx it con tained a hand-organ. An effort was made tn return the instrument, but the dealer had received his pay and refused tu comply, and in his reply also stated that l'sides hand-organs, etc., he sole monkeys and red caps, and would I- puased to receive their order. And the end nf the matter is that the Limekilnciub is in possession of a band-or.'an which can b- pur chased at a reasonable price 1 v ap plying tn the president. Liur Thom as J. White Try our 2.'i dmignla .hns. J. Meoakhn. MARKET! 25c. PKR DOZEN. JUICY. 25c. IS OUR PRICE. 50c. PER POUND. 5c. PER POUND. fiEIITS. EVERY HEAT ! KiiKlitnd CredltH America with the luoxt SucreaKfiil Itcllcf aif lettluei. London, Aug. I. .At the test re cently made with the different devices for the relief of deafness, gathered from all partsof the world, the verdict was unanimously in favor of the iu ventinnof A. H. Wales, of P.ridgeport, Conn., as in many cases where all others failed this Invisible device was successful. We lead in the vehicle trade. Gay & Son. For Neit Week. Special watch sale, at special prices, during the institute and races, at R. II. Trask's. Low shoes at J. Mkoakkin' RICHOIXJN et PEELEY. .MUirnryt tit httr. 1 K a Bt Not lii U h'r'y utvfii I hut the iimU-r n gkfil.e vt uirtxt'f tin-willrip'! of uihmi' of" KUt'ii Artnitrthtf. lute of itu nuht) nt !j Sull nl Stmi of liltiiot, ilii-rnMMl, will PMar tM-fiire Ihn IV'tini Court of nld ct.univ.on (lie ttiini MoiiiUy tH'titir lt:f i Vh .ny) tr Sfp'rnitH-r. KM. h( flit I'nihKie I'ouit K-h tn. Ui Ottn u in ink) rf'tiiity. he ri mid wIotp atl pr--nn hftvipfc iHltim or ilt'iiomil 41111 ft'it? utv n-'titlnt to ut t rit nix) tr-iwMit tht Kititf tu rtfin for h!Jui merit. thin JlntiUy of .Inly, A l lM unit I !w MAHV IT KHS, Exerutrtx. DUNCAN. O'CONOR & ECKELS, N'OlllK.-K-r,l. iik Pll;.K IVR. iitm Nniti'i- l hirrliy mvii that lhe nnler mirn.'il. iliniiilitn4i'ir nf flu turi uf Cut!' k Htr, :iMr nf Hi' I'liiin'jr of I Salle til SiHlr nf llllnni. ilt-rt-H-.it. niwitr l-firt fh CrniialH Court aid County, on U r thiol Mond y dx'inx the Uili rtiyl of si'piMnb"-r. IMMi, t tlir I'mlutli'l imrt Uixun. In Ottawa, tn .id r.iiirty.hii ami nrli.'rvll intiiii haviutfi'Ultiiii r ile tiiariliutfitniiit Mid wturcirr notified to Attend nud lr'e!H the -nine in wrttiuit ftir ailliiifineat. Ihji.tl tliid 4ny of Jul). . p. Il. Ml( M ARI. BVRNK. tuff I Jw Ailimnuitr.ior. o It'Ni.n, DfM n A Kcki-, Att'rs, It I taw a Markets. Ottawa. III., Au(t. J, 11. liiAiif sn Stun, Wheat. buab Kte. 5ll Corn. ear. per 75 Cora SNeHed I ta'.a. Si lha V, i 'alp rum. thy Sreil buah ftoprci. Potatta. new. e luah Mutter. a Kick. V dux I 'lU'kena. per dot ChlrkanMreaaed, per lb Turkey Hv, per ton 3traw, per toll Llta STvx Cattle on toot. IKMUa Call le on fool. terra PatralYv live wtrifht, V lOulha. SO 43 M , t" U 1 10 1 cu us us y a s w t;i 11 It w S So .1 50 9 JO ....i op a s oo , ...Jt5 3 M ....3 m J :s ... s uo a 7 S'iep. ai im i:m L. Uoa,, nulla Tallow, Hipbs ad Salt, tar.l. lb Ti'ow. lu oil Mil, per lb.... Tallow. WaM. per Salt, per t'l'l IC'lea, areen, per Hide, cured, per I'aif Imu-on Otts Wsj 1 - 1 4 4 MHi treen I imaged HIJea . The araia nnrva rovee whole ranee of market, troiu arebunae prtcea to pnoea paid tut udd load fur reed.