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THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. SATURDAY. AUGUST 2, 1890.
IN CONGKESS. The Torrey Bankruptcy Bill Passed by the House, A Synopsis of the Measure's Princi pal Points The Senate Passes the Indian Appropriation Bill. HOl'SK. Washington, July W. After tbe reading of tho journal Thursday the House prot'oeuVd to vote upon the com mittee amendments to the hankruptcy illl. The committee amendments having been dUposed of, an amendment wan adopted enforcing tho luws of tho States (flvlnff watres for labor a prefer once. The vote was then taken on tho minority subutitute known as the "vol untary bankruptcy" bill, and it was disagreed to yeas, 74; nays, IX. Tho bill was then passed yeas 117; nays, fc4. t The bill creates liiilri)t courts, which have JuViSflictlon to atljinlee person bankrupt, ullow cr disallow, appoint receiver, appoint uml re move truateea, distribute the iiuukrtiit'H ussets and determine controversies, tlclennlne or re ject report of referees, determine claims of tiankruptM to exemption, Bet ualde discharges tbat nave tcen fraudulently procured, e itradlte bunUrupts from one district to uu ctber, and ho on. Ariiltrailon of controversies may be bad between trustees and opposing parties, pursuant to the direction of tbe court. Jury trials may be bud upon iippllcutlon of bankrupts and in trials uh now provided by law. Acts of bankruptcy Mmll conslHt of conceal ment to avoid service of civil process within til months before the tiling of u petition In bankruptcy: removal i property to avoid Its tielng levied upon; depurture or absence with Intent to defruud or delay creditors; fullure for thirty days to secure the release of prop erty levied upon; making u conveyance wltli Intent to defraud or delay creditors; making a written declaration or insolvency; makinK an assignment; neglecting for sixty days after written demand to pay un open account; pro curing or suffering a Judgment with Intent to defraud or delay creditors; milTcring an execu tion to be returned unsatisfied: suspending and Dot resuming payment of commercial puper for fifteen days: voluntarily petitioning to bo ad Judged bankrupt; making u i o-iveyancn, or Buf fering property to be taken whllo Insolvent for tbe purpose of giving a preference, or dealing In options while Insolvent. Tho arrest of u butikrupt may be made within six months afti-r the adjudication, whuu It appears that be Is ubmit to depart from tbe Jurisdiction of the court to tho detriment of the creditors. Any person may become a vol untary bankrupt who owes debts to the cmount of f.'iO), except u National bunk or a munlrlpul corporation. Any person may be come au involuntary bankrupt who owes IKX), except u National bank, a farmer, u munlclpul, tburltubla or religious society, or a wage worker. The co-debtors of bankrupts shall not be af fected by tho discharge of the bunkrupts. Tho deutb of u bankrupt shall not ubate proceed ings In bankruptcy. Tho duties of u bankrupt tdiall be to II le u schedule of ussets and list of creditors, attend the first meeting of creditors, to submit to un examina tion concerning the conduct of busi ness prior to the commencement of proceedings ngulnsl him, the cause of his bank ruptcy and his dealings with his creditors uud ether persons, the umouuts and whercubouts of his ussets, und, In addition, all mutters which may ufleet the administration uud settlement of his estate. The exemptions of a bankrupt Khali be tbe nuine us are provided by the luws of the State in which the proceedings are pending at the time of the tiling of tho petition. Suit by uud against bankrupts may be prosecuted or de fended by trustees pursuant to directions of tbe courts. 1'utitlons In bankruptcy may be filed by three or more creditors who have probable claims which umouut In the aggregate in excess of eccuritles to MO or over, or. If the creditors re less than twelve in number, then one or more of such creditors whose claim or claims equal such amotint.wltbin six months after tbe commlsslou of an uct of bankruptcy. 1'referrod creditors are designated as those wbobave w ithin four mont lis before the filing of a petition procured property from un in solvent with intent to defeat the opcrullons of tbe uct, to obtain a greater per centum thun ether creditors, or to prevent the property from coming to the trustee in bankruptcy. Cash muy be Invested by order of the Judge when the settlement of uu estate Is prolonged liy 1 ligation. Debts which have priority are those due us taxes when there Is property sub ject thereto. A biinkrupfs property may be seized by tho marshal upon order of court. The butikrupt muy retain tho property upon giving bond for Hs production or the payment of Its value in the event of udjudicut ion. The title to property of the bunkrupt shall Immediately vest in tho trustee upon his ap pointment und qiiulltlciiilon. Tho properly of the bankrupt, the tlllu to which pusses to tho trustee, consists of books, deeds or writings re lating to the property; Ihtorost In pat ents, patent rights, copyright und trade marks; powers which he might nave exercised for bis own benefit: properly conveyed by bim in fraud of his creditors and rights of actions arising upon contracts or from the unlawful taking or detention of, or injury to, his prop- rtvJ . . . ftKNATK. Washington, July X Tho Senate considered the revenue marina bill up to 'i o'clock Monday w hen consideration of the tariff measure was resumed, iSen ato Vest (Mo.) making an address, the principal .points of w hich will be found in the ful lowing summary: Tbe udvocutis of high tariff taxation, bn said, were confronted by a great peril. For years tbe farmers bud been told that the home mar ket wus all tbey needed, and thut the foreign market wos u bugutelle, almost worthless. Now a great chungo bad come. The depression in agricultural interests und the emphutlo do muudu of tbe farmers for something besides lying statistics und frothy declamation bud caused President Harrison und Mr. Illulneto urge upou Congress legislation tor subsidies to cteamsblps and for reciprocity treaties with tbe South American States in order to obtain a foreign market for American products. Little was heard now of the borne market, but a great deul of the South American market, and of tbe rascally devices by which England bad robbed tbe United States of valuable trade. Mr. Illalne now deprecated tbe putting of raw sugar on the free list, or of increasing tbe duties on wool, and suggested tbat the duties on sugar and wool should be ut'" 't to secure free trade with tbe South Am. can States. So tbat at last tbe protectionists bad been driven from their pretentious humbug about tbe bome market and were forced to adopt tbe principle of free commercial Intercourse wblcb tbey bad so long oppomd sod derided. Tbe high priests of protection were now burning Incense cd tbe altars of free trade and were yelling for reciprocity treaties, subsidies to steam and sailing vessels, Pan-American conventions any thing to bring about free trade with tbe South American States so as to enlarge tbe for eign markets for American products. Senator Vest went on to criticise the pro visions of tbe pending bill that are supposed to be for tbe benefit of tbe fanner, and said tbat what tbe farmers wanted was tbe opening and enlargement of foreign markets for tbelr sur plus wheat, corn, cattle and pork, and the de crease of tariff duty on clothing, hardware, tin and otbar necessary articles of dally by tbe farmer and bis family. The proposed increase of the duty - on cattle, wbU m cattle were Imported except for breed ing purposes. Senator Vest characterised as tt beioest and moat disgusting piece of bum em mvmr vhibltad area la ooittf. The , same pretense, he said, wus seen In the in creased duties ( n hogs, sheep, horses and mules. Kelrrrn g to the proposed lucreuse of duty on t.u lute tof whicu f'.'i.un.uu worth wus importe.l from K igaind lust yeur). Sena tor Vol suld thut It wus for the purpose of forcing the people i f ti e I'ult'd Stutes to use Pittsburgh galvun zed iron. And we then, said be, ask (ircut Hrltlau to remove ner quarantine restiictlons in American cuttle. We stund with sword In hand, to prevent the importa tion of liritl-h goods, while we expect her people to t.-ike our products without a word of objection. The flintier who could not seo thut he WU4 tho victim under the high tariff system was a hopeless partisan. The farmer furnished neurly four tilths of the exports of the country, und If the foreign murket w as un friendly or wus absolutely 1 1 i-ed against htm be would have to keep his surplus products at home and help to lower pries by glutting the murket. f The question was then taken on Sen ator Mcl'luTson's motion to recommit, and it was defeated by a strict purty JOHN M. PALMER. He Onen: III Campaign for the Inltwdl Sjtatrs SeiiHtnr.blp In a Speech at tilrarcl, lib" w GlltAHD, 111., July '1. General John M. Palmer opened his campaign for the United Slates Senate at a farmers' pic nic at this place Saturday afternoon The crowd about 1,000. in attendance iiumnerea (li beral Palmer said at the Outset: Kftji "I stand In a peculiar position. I have been nominated, strange as It may seem, by the De mocracy of the Slate-not ny a Klutu conven tion, but by the people of the townships and counties In the State -as a candidate for Sen otor. We Democrats must iimbe uu effort to Iirln" this great body under popular control If possible. There is u growing tendency on the part of our political Institu tions to ceiitrallMii. Power is escaping from the hands of the people und Is being collected and grasped by oilier oig:iiil.utlo:is not under the control of the people, uud the people of Il linois with whom I have ussociutcd. feellngttant tho lime had come when au effort must be made In the direction, of Increased popular In fluence in the Government of the United States, have chosen to nominate me." Speaker Heed's policy wus denounced as having no precedent. The minority hud been mudo to control the nniji rl y. Despotism has been established in the House of Representa tives, the only department of the Government elected directly by the piople. "Not being satisfied with this despotic control of tlfe House of Representatives In its own hull, the euine party, under the sumo leaders, hud de termined thut the election or members In the House of Representatives shall be taken from the control of the people and placed in the hands of olllcers appointed for their management," exclaimed General l'ulmer. 'The theory is the people cun no longer be trusted with the control of the elec tion of a Mouse of Representatives. It Is true they say the condition of things in the South la the Justification. My friends, despotism knows no territory. That Is a pretense a mere pretext. The real purpose Is to subject not only Southern but Northern free men to the rule of these irresponsible election ofll cers." General Palmer then referred to tho control of matteis of taxation uud finance by Congress, declaring thut the power of Congress In this particular was iihsolutcly uncontrolluble. Ho advised tho people to tuko the con trol of their own ulTuIrs, uud usked if any man presented or delegated to another tho management of his own home, lie spoke of lllalne's opposition lo the McKinley bill and suld, quoting Hlaine's letter: "It does not offer a murket for a bushel of wheat s-or any other product of the farm." Ho scouted tho Idea thut protection benellted the farmer. The orator then spoke of unrnurketuble farm lands and unreinunerutlvo prices for farm products, of tho decreaso In rurul nnd the In crease of tne city population, und declared tho principal reason for this coiiditlon was tho nigh tariff nn the utensils und clothing of the farmer and tho ym of a market fur bis products. Me denounced what he termed the office-holding trust established by the Republican party and declared the tendency toward a centralized despotism was uppareiit on every hand. The enormous upproprlutlons of nearly I'd 0,000,000 by this Congress was ably reviewed and tbe subsidies to ships denounced. General Pulmer closed with un eloquent reference to tho position Illinois ought to take in the country. Two States, New York and Indiana, have dominated in the politics of the country for inuny years, and everybody knew bow patiently Illinois hud taken an in ferior position. It Is now third in population uud weultb, has the great metropo lis cf tho Northwest und West, und It Is time it was inking Its place at tho head of the proces sion. The NorthwesteoB policy is sure to pre vail. Whut Is lt The largest freedom In trade conslstent with the wants of the Government economically lulmlnlst .rcd. Whisky and to- bueco taxes have been released in order to fur nish excuses for more protection. In time tho business of the country will be paralyzed by these artificial helps that simply disturb and never benuttt. Illinois must shed itself of these leading strings of tho Northeastern Stutes. Vour agriculture; Is dying under this system, and H ero Is no relief for you until yjt take bold of these policies nnd reverse them If you are free you will do It, uud If you are ttu . slaves of prejudice you won't, , t'aneer of the Lip Cured I suffered from cant eron my lip that detled the skill of the best physicians' of the State. I had ltburned out, but the operation only made It worse, Vnse has been quite rare in this con causing it to spread over more surface 'm,,.tion, the article should be very and eat deeper in. l tinaiiy nau 11, i iiiiaiir Man ii, i nd used Swift's heal it )Un. ourneii ou again, auti SnecllTc (S. S. S.) to drive the poison outof my blooiL 1 lie effect of the Specific was magical : It healed up the cancer entirely without leaving a scar as a reminder. This was over four years ago. ami since then there has been no sign of a return or the cancer. 1 will cheerfully an swer any inquiries in reuard to my case. Enos Yot'NT, P.radford. Ohio. A Prominent Druggist Cured. "Eleven years ago I .was suffering from an attack of White Swelling. A great many prominent physicians at tended me but failed to effect a cure. 1 commenced using Swift's Specific (S. S. S.), and after using It for u few months 1 was entirely cured, and since then have had no symptoms of its returning. I feel that the cure Is entirely due to the curatsve projiertles contained In S. S. S. 1 can cheerfully recommend it as a medicine to all suf fering humanity." I'Al'I. W. KlKKI'ATKU K, of Kirkpatrick .t Wafford. iMwirists, Johnson City, Tenn. Treatise on P.lood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Swikt'm Srwinc Co., Atlanta, ia. Tfow, then, there t "a hen on." A day or two ago M. A. O'Connor, of La Salle, "our Mary Ann," deputy U. S. Keveuue Collector, was thrown from the grand stand at the Aurora races by a policeman In-caus he was inter fering with cigar and liquor venders, who he claimed were selling without a license. Mary Ann Immediately posted off to Chicago and had a warrant Issued by commissioner lloyne for the arret of the policeman, on the charge of Interfering with an officer of the jrreat United States. Florida and Georgia Fact. Wai.do, Fla July 2.X Special cor respondence. I have Just been rcinl intf the Fhek Tiiadkh and have never so thoroughly realized the vast am ou tit of careful, painstaking labor that you are bestow wr tin your paper to make It so acceptable and readable. 1 am reminded that the farmers of Illi nois, as also of this seceion, are strut.' Kliritf with monopolies, i flirts sharks, professional politicians and a raft of oilier Ills which seem to be common to American life at this time. My own convictions were hum since formed as the result of the instruction received from Judk'e llinm tn, of Farm llidjre, well known to most of your older read ers no doubt. If only his precepts and counsel could have been placed in the hands of our school boys twenty years auo, how much more easily the "rival problems of to-da.v would be solved . lie seemed to look with prophetic eye to ihecomino; of just such a day as we now confront. 1 have recenely made a trip into Georgia, and am greatly Impressed with the proyress the people of that state are making in all material devel opment. The city of Macon in partic ular is making wonderful strides in the developm.-nt of her advantages. As I rode out of the city on the new iweornia .loiiwu'in aim nwnuun. ! p'fitleman Mttintf at my side railed my attention to trie ileitis oi wan-melons alongside the road and with no fence to protect, as the local opt ion fence and stock law is in force in (Jeor-it-,i anil many counties have availed themselves of its advantages. He also remarked on the prosperous jn-ople in that section and the wonderful strides t hat Macon had been making for a few years past. "The new ii. S. & F. liy. is what has done it," he said. He t hen explained t hat the remarkable success that had attended the bus'iiess of that road from the beginning had inspired other enterprises to come to Macon, and the boom was only just begun. I remember well when I ilrst visited Macon, some twelve years ago, that it I was a sleepy looking old town, wiiu broad streets, handsome shade trees, beautiful hills and many otherattrac tions of a quiet character ; but for bu siness push and enterprise I thought little of the place, nor did I have any expectation of ever seeing things so t horoughly changed in so short a time. Now the ekctrle street car, or "Belt Line" road, runs through the c;ty, all is bustle and stir, and the confident assertion of the citizens is that Macon will show an even hundred thousand hy t he next census. The r rons of Florida and Georgia are In excellent, conditiri. and an abund ance seems assured. The peopleof this immediate section have also a great Interest in S. & F. liy cut outlet the recently completed . , as it makes theonly short I'or Florida to the north It shortens the distance to and west all the irreat cities by many miles. It also affords all-rail competition, some thing we did not have before. Cotton raising, which had been practically abandoned in this neighborhood of late years because or no competition in transportation and the enormous rates charged by the one line controlling, has again revived and promises to be au Important Florida crop for nil time to come. We a re to have a series of "Harvest Kxcurslons" this fall, and very low rates: so we shall expect to see hosts of our friends from the Northwest in our fair llower land at that time. The matter will Ins advertised, but prob ably not very generously by the north ern roads, who will have competing excursions to the West, and will care little for the southern ones: but let your readers watch out and be sure to come down and see for themselves the wonderful things we have to show. W. W. MltKK.SK. Current MaRMl"es. The following is the tableof contents of the August Fanner, now ready: Prophets of Unrest, Prof, (ioldwin Smith: The Possibilities of Agricul ture, Print e P. Kropotkin: Have We Two Itrains or One? Ir. Mrown-Se- lliard;Tlie Fut ure of I let ion, James mi liy: industrial 1 'cmocnio, ne. ft. Lyman Abbott: The lhroUdte in Mod ern Life. Elizabeth S. Phelps: l-orma-tlve Influences, Prof. A. P. Peabody; The IMscontent in Newfoundland. Donald Morison: National Control of Elections. Senator W. E. Chandler; Are Wo 11 Frivolous People 't Kobert J. 'l turdcttc. 'in,,, August number of J IK J'tiimlar Seieuec Mon'lily opens with an extended :irtlelibv Edwaril Atkinson, entitled Common Sense applied to the Tariff (Jlll,, ilin. u Is , i (liscussiotr or me i:iwi,lllrfu nrlneinle! iples which should gov- ,,rI1 onr tariff revision, unci, as common w,.i, .,,,,. a curious lot of belled welcome. A curious iol oi oenei i,(,t future punishment has been put together by Frederick A. Fernald, tin- .1 tiu, -'! Ancient and Modern Ideas of Hell. Other articles are San- Itarv Work in Creat Disasters, (..(.. (iroif, M. D-, LL. !.: Missions and Mission Indians of California. Henry W. Henshaw; Mental Strain, M. Chas. Kichet: The Discovery of Invisible Worlds, Dr. Herman Klein; Evolution and the Distribution of Animals. Da vid Starr Jordan; Centers or Ideations or the ltraln, liernard Hollander: A Queer Pet, Elizabeth W. Ilellamy; The I'ses or Animal Color, E. H. Poulton, M. A., F. H. S.; Thunderstorms, Rob ert H. Scott. The August Magazine of American Hittorti Is filled with a pleasing variety or able and jnipular papers. To the end or time this magazine, as now wi lted, bringing constantly to light fresh and Invaluable material and leading In every Important branch of history, will Unprized in liound form on library shelves, above anv other periodical of the century. The opening illustrated juiper this month, ''Historic Houses and Revolutionary Letters," is written in felicitous style by llotiert Ludlow Fowler. It contains extracts from hitherto unpublished letters and doc uments relating to stormy scenes in the most exciting period or our coun try's annals, with a bright thread of ramily history of the ancient Elli sons of colonial New York running through the animated sketch which is an exceedingly Important addition to historic literature. Other article are: "Glimpses of Log Cabin Life in Early Ohio;" "The Itlue and Ueautifui Nar ragansett:" "The Story or an Appoint ment;" "Major General Elienezer Ste vens." Full line of road carts cheap AT Gay & Son's. The original package decision is re snonsible for some oueer Iowa eccen tricities. J. 1. Fuller publishes the Iuium at (."astana in tbat state.anu en countering a friend on the street was hailed with: "Say-e, Mishter Kditor, your namesh Fuller fhic) and theresh Chief Justice Fuller (hie). Nice man, that Chief .Justice Fuller : he gave ush the Original Package and that makesh ush all Fuller. 'Jiah !" Gil res DRUSES. MfELLIKS. CUTS. a hrulsntaa contusion: twelllngt are f animations; cuts and wounds are alike 4 fnrbanees to natural action, through wbl the reins are clogged, circulation imped oongestlon sets In and pains ensue. Natuie imnatlent It tries to richt Itself and DalA 1 tensities. Bruises and swellings need a loofb lac influence, but in cuts and wounds hardly otir ona would tour a llauld remedy Into a gaping wound. Bo soon as nature brings Y nf tue paria logiuuer, iiuu.i uuuo, MOBsOilii 9 the in lured tissues and restores. Used according to directions, II helps nature and cures PROMPTLY A.D PERMAXEMIY. Mr. Louis Kush, 49 Preston Street, Dftfoll Mich., says: "l'itchlng ball I sprained and bruised my arm; two applications of St. Jacobs Oil cured me." Mr. Gustav Kauwald, Jr. (Tlvydale). FrftA rlcksburg, Texas, writes, August 20, 1889: "I was badly cut with a scythe: half bottUSI JaCobs Oil cured me." It CURES. At DMjuuivrs and Dealers. THI CHARLES A. VOBELIR CO., Itliaer. Mi. KfnMI IMITMTAI Annk , IvIUImuivilim mu vvui uv- 8i5&8i7 &&p opecidl (biuret Wc5gi5orl OttawjLlippliCcltlOQ H. C. DICKERMAN, lU'.KEOKI! OK Genuine Shetland Tomes, Calls the a'tentlon of M.. k nler to III rml of roval hltili hrt-il mill f. 'ic y Bullion t he kept In eervlire the emir iwn of Is-. "t:oll AXSV." Arslilmi il Morpm (wr nil hu-incM ti, it-H.-M iiii eiirtli), -In-il hy Oiiy Snanier. lie hy onen M- unmin. Iiehv OiIThicI. h" hv W.ioclliiiiy In- liy Jn tin Morgan. Color, blnt-k sml wlille : wi-IkIU l.UO lb ; irH Iihii i liltfli iMin by s i 'tti'il Amliiiiii. II It; HI. A Ml." fcolcli iliKhiiinii puny. 4 yearn old. Imported lnl Aiiuui, Ml Ini'lit-H high wHsli 6M1 III ., color hlsek ami wliit. mint hiillt. roii i un I niiouih. Will make a Hue cro.8 on a I in res itnil poiiiea ver 41 Itu'lies liluh . ... ... MAXIMIM.IAN 111. pure Shi-tlniiil. -11) Inrln-i lilch. welirtit U l'Hr'l ! eoinr. lilark : haie. f iilile-0. To MM V LVVN. pur. rilHiland ulri-u liy M.ix mlllian &I ; Korrel. lltiht muni- sml tall. luclien IiIkIi ; weight tin llw. i S years old. A Utile heauiy Some ol tlie Coiiany's eolt- line Ix-en slil ped to A liaiiy. i. V.. where they hsvi- hroii lit kimhI prlecs : one in itched pair up tte.l) s.ild r iHVi spotted Ki ldli u sohl for ti'-1' : " spolt' (I limre K"l(l for f JOO ; a palrot lialf blood- hy Mavlinllllan M we.e held at an offer of U0 : half Mood sluil. shipped to Km est Cltv. Iomb. wiw helil at an otter of 400 ; one at weaalnii time sold for "S. Mare. welKhlnff I.KWI In. c n lie hred ti Maxlmllllinor Toinniy Lynn, fervlee fee on eai-hof ali ive stalllom is to nsnre. Pasture for iiiiires Irom a dlntanee i cents p r week. Aeehlents and e-eapes t owner's rlk. Atiovestalliiins wl I sianil In niyst th es In Ura d Kpl'" Towiinhi;i. 8 miles s e. or Ottawa, at ml limes, summer aid full. 'Xep inu lllithland and Tommy Lynn who will slanil Saturdays in (irand Kldiie. at K. Couiiiltuiie stalile, from April l'Jih to June -illli. H C DICKER M AN. Jun li-2 mot. I'. O. .Marseille. 111. IS A POSITIVE CURE FOR SaltRheum.Eczema And All Sk'n Diseases, An Invaluable Household Remedy for Wounds, Burns, Swellings, Sores, Croup, Bronchitis, etc. NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Sold by all druwta at SO cents jht box. Sena 8 two-Dent stumps for free sample bos and book. TAR 0ID COMPANY, VMLtiO, ILL. For Sale by T. E. GAPEN & SON. DR. C. G. DEENIS, Veterinary Sirpa Student of ChtCMO Veterinary Clle(e. and Menibet of CbtcoKO Veterinary Medical AMucmuoa, WEDRON. ILLINOIS. Will Treat all Dis-tses of Do mestic Animals. VTamlnitiAl frt. Chrr Itrtwonsbl. Vtrinry iwinttMrw antdaJt. umm oad Infirmary, oae mile. oattt of W4ro4V 1U. May t?-m. On Farm Property. B. F. LINCOLN. Ml PILES MDMTRii F. A. SHERWOOD'S Banking House' OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, OTTAWA, ILL. Personal RespoDSiliility, $500,000. 1 General Ming Business TRANSACTED. Nfniii-y, Dntfts nd Check i rveelred on deposit. Dntfii "ii ;iili-nic. N''W Vork nnd Mil niliitt In Kng and and CuutinrntHl burupe will be drawn at any time. The Safest Vault West uf rii'ciiK, It which small Bafea are rented. Everybody la Inv.ted to eull aud ti e the Insiltutlun. F. A, SIIKKtVOOII, Itto J. Oimdolf, .i.. rii. I). Ka rell. jl'"-rk. IlHiiker. nicliB Dwlglit Lawrence & Son, Agent fur FRAZ'ER ROD CART. Ml urtKli'8. Low priced snl liluh prleed crt and roHd wfuut lor sule. Horses Sold on Commission. Single Driving Horses for Sale Al ways. ft 811 Culiimhui St., Ottawa, 111, May UMiii. t will have t my place In Ottawa t'ie followlnc cliulcely lired Stallions for service. at very low prices : OTTAWA CIIIKF 3450. lioenrd l:V. lie Is a tine nreeilerof large, stylish eolts. und lin y are showing plenty o. speed. IIYKON PILOT U308. rsrnv: IK hands high nnregalt'd and fust HyBvron 81 irrcurd "ire ot Ott'.wa Chief 8:45 and the lum of Susie S. (record at S years). Dam. Gol den (ia'e. hv llcloit 1015; M diim, I any Wooilhurn. hy Hiiyard M; .id dinn. niaiiiiina. nj MHiiinrino ;niei u ; Ith dam, the Kirch mar-, (lam of Ilonalln 2:1 U. hy II row ii Pilot. Ihls Is a choice bred onu and a good ho1 se himself. NKAI. 3H01. Hay horse: IS hands h gh ; weighs peundH. By KnchaMer KW. Haiti hy Satin n it 5 (record 2:!H. a d lre,f Hln i he '2 Mil listi: ill dnni hv (raw ford Countv Champion, son of OrinneH's Chaniploii, sire of S 1:S0 rroliers; Mi nam Hy iaHiieou. ins isaii iiuoreu nnm hletoiiluii. Me is a large, smooth horse, und a Hue breeder. ItVKON LESTKK, Reeoril 'i:.1HW. Chestnut horse. By Uyron M (record i :i !i ). Dam hy II aik Henry. ly Henry Clay 8. SIR DENTON 3317. Hay horse: 17 hands: pure galled i ml fust. Ity Satel lite VS00. hy Hubert Homier i',0. by llanibletoi.lan in. Ham. Lady Denton, hy Hilly Demon 65. hy Humble on hi ii HI; 2d dam, the dam of Itoniiw i:Ti hy Keeiy s American btar 14: sd dam by Mr Henry; 4th dam by Messenger. He sired Ana (record Wi) and six oth ers heller than 2:41). MILTON CIIIKF 004 1. Hay: large, handsome: a natural pacerand very fast. By 111 run 1'llot tt'JH, fliiiu, Mabel, by Hvron SI: 2d dam. KaieO'Hnen, by Imp. Sejthlaii; M nam. loung l'liper. by i'llvr; 4lh nam. Clipper, by Anierlcun Keilnse. ami icr iiiore inirei rows. Sirsir Denton and Mbton Chief will he Vent at the fxrm In Uraud Kaplds; Hie balance at my place In Ottawa. T-riim. Ottawa t hler, uyron rnor ami ir ien- ton JS bi Insure. Neal, Milton Chief and Byron Les ter IS to lumre. Parting with Insured mares or mov ing them out if the county owned in at time of serv'ee I'.iuitiveiv forfeits the uiMirance and the nionev la tt en due. Insurance payable as soon as the mare Is known to be wlih foal. Accident at owner's risk. irl have Colts and Klines. Short lloru i;atf e ana Ksmx I'igs for sale. Wyandotte Kggs, 50c per setting; Kng' lull lied Caps, 13 per s. ttlna. W. J. SSIWIjX. May 3 Uinoe. FOR THE SEASON OF 1890 B. II1GLE & SOUS! Will liave fur aervlee the followms; Importeit STALLIONS. CONFIDENT. 307 305 winner of the first prize at New Orleans 1SS4-5, and at American r at mock fciiow, tau sgo, ietn. Terms, fmto insure. INVIINCInLK 8047 S403J a horse approved and subsidized by the French gov ernment. Terms, f is to insure. SCHERKT 8048 f 15703J, sired by the great prlie winner. King of Perch 4975 im.ni). , le. Ill", TIB io insure. TORP1LLKIK 1074 7 19831. on of the draftlest 3 yer oldi in the county. Terms, fit) to insure. TRANQI IL 333, the Imported Ptench Coach Stallion. Terms, t v n insure. IJ'T'he inibllr are Invited to call r.d see the ataivc hones, whether they ii sire to secure their services or not. K. NAGLE & SONS, Four mile east and one mile south of Grand R!rige Ills. API. 1. 11. Logs Wanted. Having established a Flr'-Cl Saw Mill lo Ottawa, I am prepared, io cm toga or me uiuumuu vr pay Cash for Log. 100.000 Ft. Basswootl & Cottonwood Lojis WASTED IMMEDIATELY. I also manufacture the Patent Comblnat'n Wire& Picket Fence TBI BUST FENCE IX THE WORLD FOR THO, MONET. PUMPS! I Mill manufacture my celebrated Iron Cylinder Pnmi-, vhieh hassUMid the teat of more than one feneration. 6HOF A.SD MILL, Cor. Fulton and Superior Sts. H. C. KING, BOTf.Tr OTTAWA. irXs. ileelfs iiiTfor 1890, Pcrclieron a nd F i ( i ( Coc i piKSX NATIOANAL BANK OF OTTAWA. Capital - - - lOO.OOC. H. M. HAMILTON Preilden. WILLIAM CL'LLEN Vic President. JOHN F.N ASH Coihir. , DIRECTORS: Edward C. Swift, LorenioUlotd t. C. Kullerton, . unggs, 1 . 1 1 n V V nui. tuiien, John f. Nask, U. M. Hamilton. Kichange on caicogo, New Tork, and all the print I pal cities of the Called Bute bought and sold. Exchange on England, Ireland, Scotland and Conti nental Europe drawn In sums to suit. United 8tate Bonds, Gold and Bllfer bought and sold . Onr f acuities are such that we can offer Inducement i Ui customer, and we shall use our endeavors to gli e at'ifactlan to those entrusting n with their business). Banking hour from I a. m. to 4 p. M. JOHN If. NASH, Cualer. RATIONAL rjiTy uAWIL OF OTTAWA. (Formerly City Bank of Earner, Allen Co.) K.C.ALLK.V T. D. CATL1N ED. C. ALLEN, J. A. F. 8CHOC1I Prealdent .Vice President Cahle. .Assist. Cashier. Exchange on Chicago and New Tork and all the principal cities east and west bought and sold. Exchange on England, Ireland, Scotland and all Im portant points in Continental Europe drawn In mmt tn suit purchasers. U.S. Revenue Stamps of all denominations constant ly on band and (or sale. United States Bonds, Local Securitles.Gold and Silver bought and sold. Banking hours from t . m. to 4 p. at. E. C. ALLEN. Jb.. Cashier. tfrofesBfonal ZTaru. A TTO RNIYI. HjARKNCK GRIGGS, Attorney at Law vv and Notary Public. Office over First National Bank, Ottawa, 111. april A. K. BDTTtRK. )UT KHsi Ac J) Counselor at Law. E. o. HVIE. I1YKR, Attornevs and OUlce m Mala St. Rooms 1 and t, Ottawa, III. "PATRICK J. ('AHKY, Attorney at Law J. Ottawa, Ills. Room In tilttrer lletittr' Block. L. W. BRlCV. tR. I ISTIB H. STBaWK. BHKWKlt At HTBAWN. Attotoeys and Counselor at Law. Office over Cn y Drugstore, corner LaSolleond Madison street Ottawa III. Jau2l DR. BURKK, Attorney and Connselor at Law. Ottawa. 111. OUIce with Mulonev A stead. 1-149 SAMTKL BICIIOLBON. w l. SIILET. RICHOLHON Ax BKKLKY, Attorney and Counselors at Law, Ottawa, 111, OUIce over Hapeuian & Graham's boo- store. 1-18 DUMRAN Mrnot'flALt. c. b. rnapiiAjf. IoDOUOAUj At CHAPMAN, At tor. i'X neys at Law. Gedney's Block. Ultawa, II.. aprt IOR KNZO L1,LA N D, Attorney and Conn J selor at Law. Office in Poatottice Block. Ottawa, Illinois. mart'lfl 'I'HOS. J'ULLKRTON, Attorney at i. Illinois. Office In Busbnell's hlnck. X I-aw, Ottawa. Illinois. west of Court House. lanl-f E. C. SWIK-r, Attorney at Law.Armory Block Snecia' attention given to orobate matter. MN. ARMSTRONG, Attorn, y and Coon- (eloratLaw.OUawa.nl. Notary i ntillc. Orflaa In Gedney's Block, Ottawa lanS,'80 rp O. TRKNARY, Attorney at Law. Office X With L. W. Brewer, Room s, 4 1(1, Opera House Block, Ottawa. 111. Dn3 B'. LINCOLN, Attorney at Law. Offlee . over No. It La Salle street, weat side of tbe CnjrtHouse.Ottawa.IU. 1alyff"7B BIIIT MATO. 'JOB H B. V. IBUBB. MAYO dc WIDMKH, Attorney at Uf -Office In NatUager's Block, corner of I Salle and Main streets front room uo stair. Ottawa. Ill PHYSICIANS. J)RB. BA8UOM Ac TITZKIL, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. 7X Colnmbu Street. F. C. Tt'zel'. M. D In office mornings. H. M. Ban- com, M. D.. in office afternoons till 4 P. M.. ..nd even ings till 8 o clock. aug31-6mos DR. J. 8. RYHUHN, Physician and Surgeon, Offlee n Opera House Block. Telephone 78. Residence. 125 E. Jackson St. Telenhoue lo. Otta wa. 111. DR. G. MILL.KR, the well known Ocoill and Aurist. otMwa. 111. Office, over Lvnch's goods store, Main street. DR. W. K. WKK8K successor to Dr. Wm. Sheppard. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. As sistant 8tate Veterinarian, graduate Ontario Veterinary College, Canada. Dental course under Say re aud Drake, Chicago. OUIce and Intlrinary Lafayette St.. Ottawa, II) febl8-lyr. G. E. STOCEDALE, Go. Supl. of Fillic Stills. Officer Room 15, Court House, . OTTAWA. Examinations at Office second and fourth Saturday In each month. Residence and P. 0. Address, PERU. DR. J. B. WALKER, Oculist and Aurist, Who has practiced In this city since 1869. may be consulted AT THE CLIFTON HOTEL, OTTAWA, On the first Saturday of each month, a follow: Saturday August 3 Saturday September 7 Saturday October 5 Saturday November 8 Saturday December T Saturday January 4 At all other times (a this I the only place he visits professionally ) he may be found In Chleo. OFFICB AND P'SFstNSARYr Wm hingtoa Btreet. I. v7, Coner of Dearborn. NOW OPEN JOSEPH SCDAEFER Manufacturer and Dealer In Harness, Saddles, Horse Cloth Ing and Turf Goods. A CAKD. Having open ea nrarar" 1" . terV in ihi Colwell Sherwood block. I am now ready apply tne puono who er7"""S - " - ?! ,U4r",M """.KPH SCHAKFI lanU-lvr FLOUR AND FEED, Uni, Salt. Cement. Plastering Hiy and Stuooo. Also the LONDON Horse & Cattle Food a OTMOjiotlo) tar saissrlor to any ooadltlon owdarever snada. OU Cmkm, Com MaaU . A HAMIlTtl. u.if im Hiietit t'is I. I