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TUad. SteveMS a Stcoiid ileliul.
Jr. JTcnry Ward lUecher or- the
Movement" and Jtcconaliuctiun A
On Sunday morning; Her. Henrv Ward
Beeeher, as is his custom in tim3 of excite
tnent and difficulty, applied the Christianity
in which h believes to ihe two great popumr
nuestions of the day. From a very much
shorter report than we Lad a right to expect
from so enterprising a journal as the Uiook
ivn Eaqle, we learn that upon the text
Overcome evil with good." he ucfoUled and
made aparent the preat underlying truth of
lb Divine Cat : Vengeance is mine ; I will
Tepav, aaith the Lord." In the application of
tha conclusions-reached from the text. Mr.
Beeeher came, toward the close of his dia
courie, t the duties of comaiunilies ami
nations to each other. And here ho held
that the rule was the same, and for the same
reasons, as iu individual caes. This he
illustrated ly an allusion to the present
trouhlea on the border. "I h.;ar men say :
'Aha! it's their turn now. Let us be quiet,
and alUw tha Feoiaas to rcti-ra to thein
aom of their St. Albans courtesies. I'd
just like to see a town or two burned, a bank
r as robbed, just to let thein know how
ooditis'" Well, now, this is all wrong.
1 will not deny that my natural man was
delicately and quietly tickled at first by a
mischievous sense of poetic justice, but it
was onlj for a moment. True, the Cana
dians did act most unfairly, and th mother
country most wickedly, toward us iu our dire
distress; but if we take like opportunities to
show the same spirit, in what is republican
ism greater or better than despotism ? I
want to heap coals of fire on their heads by
showing the grud spectacle of a Christian
natioa actuated by Christian principles. If
England is involved in war, I don't want to
-see it single ship go out of our ports to de
stroy her ceraoierce, and over the Canadian
"border 1 do uot want a sinrli cottage harm
ed. I waot them to find their evil overcome
by good. TI.e way to live iu peace is to be
belter than your enemy jn ui opinion, noi
After enlarging somewhat on this point,
Mr. Beeeher paused, and looking around
with a humorous glance, continued, iml doti't
know whether I'd better mute any further
application of this principle or not. I have
cot beeu very popular witli my p'?ojIe d jring
the past year- I havo failed to carry them
a!ta"t''r with me on orae public questions
and I am sorry for them ! Dut I must say
that I canaot escape the direct bearing of
this Gospel law. 1 am as strong as ever in
the conviction that the true rtsslt of the war
mutt be recognised. Whatever went iuto
the Constitution on aecount of slavery must
come out; and what was kept out ou account
ef slavery must be paid into our organic
law and I have believed and labored for
this as strongly, aad longer than many of
vou. Hut I have felt that it should be done
!. the spirit of love, not of hatred. I con
sider the doctrines brought forward in the
House of Kfpresentative by Mr. Steven?,
theugh followed in '.heir entirety, thauk God !
rjwvery few, I think them te be the doc
trines of Belial, leading them to destruction.
1'be North had a cbauee to ahow grace, and
love, aad maguaaimity. How I longed, to.
see it I Both Congress aod the Eresid?st
should have been pressed" to Union. I had
koped to see the Xorlh showing her supe
riority in Christian nobleness and generons
forgiveness. But I. bvheen disappointed.
It has aot been dona. You can no more
hange rebels to loyal men by casting them
oat aud taming them away, than you can
convtrt the wicked by building up a wall of
separatioa between them and the ood
hutting them out from the very influences
that should be brought to bear upcti them.
"If thine enemy hunger, feed him ; if he
thirst, give him drink ; tor in so doing thou
halt heap coals of tire apon his head. Be
rot overcoxeof evil; but overcome evil with
good." There, go ; vot that. You have
been talking it long enough; do it. Yeu
have been praying it long enough ; try it.
I'ltraordinary t'nlnmlty at Tal-
From the Panama !tar ami IleraM, Junn 12.
A most lamentable and fatal calamity,
causing the loss sf life of ten persons, occur
red at Valparaiso on the 3d of May. A Ger
man named I-'lach had constructed a sub
marine boat, intended as a torpedo. On the
"d he made several experiments in sinking
and raising the boat in four fithoins of water.
He then got a party of friends on board, the
Barnes of a majority of whom have been as
certained, namely: Flack's son, a boy 14 years
old; Valentine Baum, GiKtave Haas, August
Warmuth, German Schmidt, Louis Greni
winkle, Adolfo Pulgar, Krancisco Rodriguez,
and two Frenchmen. With them he pro
ceeded some distance out in the harbor, and
there again sunk his hoat with himself and
friends on board in thirty fathoms. No anx
iety was fell about the expedition for some
time. Flach having stated that he could re
main underwater easily for the space of si.e
or seven hoars, but as the boat did not make
its appearance about twin tune, considerable
anxiety was created. Unfortunately before
going down Flach was so confident in, the
succeas of his experiments that he would'not
al!e aiiy buoy or rope to be att cbed to the
boat, and thu.i no search could be made for
them with any certainty of success. F.very
effort, however, to find them w:3 mada by
divers and otherwise, but no traces were had
until the 7th, when a diver discovered the
boat, but at such a depth as to render it im
possible fur him to make a rope fust to her.
At the latest dates we find no intelligence
of the boat being raised, so that the came of
the misfortune is still a mystery. Mr. F!stch
leaves a wife and seven children, and most
of the others also leave families.
A Strange Stort. A lady residing iu
Campton, New Han-pshire, recently owned a
dog, which, because of age' aod infiriuiiv,
bad ceased to be of use. One day recent! v
she remarked to a laboring man connected
-with the fatniiy, that she would give half a
dollar if Le would take the old fellow ofT out
of the way and kill him. The servant prom
ised to do so if be night have the dog's
skin, to make therefrom, for his owji use and
comfort, a pair of gloves. At this stage in
the conversation, the old dog. who had been
lying quietly on the hearth, arose, and givs
ing the conspirators a look, more in sorrow
than in anger, left the house. On a rise of
ground not far away he stopped, and gave a
lingering gazl at the house and vicinity, then
plunged into the woods, never to return,
lie never was seen or heard of afterwards.
An incidental inquiry: Would artificial
teeth enable a person to sing a false sett-o ?
One of the Wonder of the Jasre.
A Living Frog in the Centre of a Marble,
Fram tha Louiavilla Courier.
On last Thursday, Juno 13th, as the ma
sons were preparing the largest stones for
the door-sills cf the banking houe being
erected by the McKlroys A Co., in Spring
field, Keutucky, they came upon a living
frog in the middle of a large stone, walled
about with solid stone on all sides.
The stone came from the quarry on the
farm of Mr. Mulligan, near Springfield,
about ten leet below the surface. Imme
diately above the strata from which this
block came, are two stratas, one thirteen and
the ether ten inches- in thickness. This
block is about ten inches .when dessed. As
it lay upon the bench ft was five feet long
and thrue feet wide. The workmen cut it
perpendicularly the long way, and iu dress
ing ore of the inside edges they broke
through into a small aperture near the rr id
die each way and discovered something iu it.
Fiftee-i of twenty citizens were called around
and witnessed the dressing off of the stone
and the liberation of the frog from his old
He bean to jrive signs of life as soon as
the break in? of the rack let in the air. I:i
a short time he seemed sprightly and wide
awake, but soon began to show signs of
excitetnetit and pain. He was then placed
iu a small giasi jar which was loosely cork
ed. In this place he lived until Sunday night,
That this frog was taken from the solid
(-ton'?, and that il lived as above i-tated, can
be proven by fifteen or twvnty of the best
citizens of S ringfield, among them Messrs.
Hugh McKlroy, Charles McKIroy, Albert
Berill, lr. I'an l'ulin, Mr. Madden, superin
tendent of tliis work, and divers others.
Invert! lor Foot!.
In some latitudes, insects are considered a
great luxury. Itome has its snail market,
as well as its fish and meat maikets, and the
historian says that in tLe most luxurious
days of Rome, the tables of the banqueting
hails were graced with dishes ol lattenea
caterpillar grubs of great lu.sciousness. In
Northern Africa, wagon loads of locusts are
brought into the cities to furnish their in
habitants with a very popular dish. They
are preferred by the Moors to pigeons, who
coni ler two or three hundred of theai a
moderate quantity for each person at the
table. In other parts of Africa the white
ants are the chosen luxuries for the table.
They aie parched in iron pots over a gentle
fire, and then, without sauce, are served op
as delicious food. A distinguished traveler
says thnt he has often partaken of this dish,
and thinks it delicate
cream or almond paste.
in taste sugared
And why ohould
we sneer at the Atrieah
for dining upon
while ants? The Arab is as much disgusted
with cur i se of the oyster as we can be wih
his parched locus's. The Chinaman dints
on the chrysalis of the ilk worm, and de
rides the Frenchman for his love of frog and
snail sjup. We glory in clain chowder,
fried oy-ters, ard roasteil crabs, and profes
a diiuat for a d stant people because their
breaktast is made of roa iled spiders.
JIow do we know but there may yet be
found i." the insect worid greater luxuries for
our tables than we have Dver gathered from
the treasures hid ?'n the sands. Indeed, an
eminent entomo'oist has pronounced, upon
his own authority,' the Urge grasshopper to
be excellent food; but tie in aJvance of
his ago in the boldness which few are yet
ready to imitate. But we have followed that
most daring man who first swa'.Iowti an
oyster, and we honor him, whoever he may
be, as a benefactor of bis race for having
introduced us to such a luxury.
The Now Orleans Turins tells a story of a
man who some years ago was doing an ex
tensive business in that cjty, and, owing to
his singular bljndin of roughness and ! ver
ity with gentleness, acquired the xoubri-j't t
of the "Artful Dodger." One coM Novem
ber morning an urchiu applied to him fur
assistance, and, in answer to his .harp inter
rogatories, the boy stated that his mother
was a widow and supported herself by her
needle, and daring the summer hlie had beeu
aitacked wi;l: the yellow fliver, and had not
yet recovered from the debility which it had
produce!. Up to this time the boy had been
going to school, and. expected to eater the
high school, but was compelled to go to work.
l-or some tim2 the Dodger sat buried iu pro
found thought ; then suddenly turt-ing round
he stared the petitioner full i:: the face, and
thus deliveied himself:.
" Bov. you are employed); T give you fif
teen dollars a month, but on express condi
tions. Saturdays you shall have to yourself
all boys should have time to play ; but I
pav in advance, and whec I hire people 1 ex
pect them to work work hard, you under
stand. You give me your time I gi'e yo j
my money. If I do what I please with your
five days in the week, you do what you please
with my fifteen dollars."
lie then turned to his desk, scribbled off a
note, and then took six two dollar and a half
gold pieces out of his safe, which he placed
in the boy's hand, and told him to deliver
A few diys since the old man's missive
came to light, which read thus :
" Mr. , Principal of School
I havn hired at fifteen dollars a
mout'j. His time is my property, and I will
most certainly dispose of it as I sec fit. I
choose that he shall go to school. If yon
find him negligent let me know, and he will
be immediately discharged.
The salary was paid promptly until the old
gentleman's death, and the novel employe
now occupies a good position iu a large com
mercial house in Texas.
Extraordinary Language. A corres
pondent of the Gazette is almost beside him
self w.th the exeit-nnent produced by read
ing the '' extraordinary language'' of Gen.
Steedmau when addressing the people, white
and black, of Augusta, Ga. The Gazette
correspondent says he used the in st '-extra-ordinary
language,"' and that S3 uearly as
possible it was as fellows i. I
Myself.andjGeneral Fol,ierton have been
sent amoug you by the L'tiited Stales gov
ernment, to examine into .the conduct of the
officers connected with the Freed men's bu
reau. We want tofiad.out whether these
officers have been attending to their duties
properly, as they ought, to have been, or
whether they have beeu filling their pockets.
Ii v running tN-ir plantations on their own
hook, aud feeding the freed men who do tha
work for them upon government rations."'
Now it strikes us that if this is " extraor
dinary language'' the public would bo bene
fitted by hearing enough of it to make it or
dinary. If it is alarming and incendiary to
have inquiries made whether agents of the
government are stealing,
well to ring the alarm bells
it might be
and fire the big
guiii until the sensitive bcqome accustomed
to tie noise. Upon the whdle we feel u.ider
obligations to General StcJeduian
Imiii.i'itv 1 f. iil I II rt "i. V t i.i AI-. I in ii ft. Iin.naivn ' '
... ..J V WV M W. UIIII.I J .BUUM.
A well-dressed fellow the other day walked
into a room wheie they were talking politics,
and stretching himself to hij full height, ex
claimed in a loud voice .
"Where is a tadicl ? Show rne a r ad is
ca.1 and I'll show you a liar !"'
Iu,.an instant one of thein exclaimed, " I
am a-radical, sir!"'
'You are ?"
"Ye?, sir, 1,810,"
"Well you yiAlfXept round the corner with
me, and I'll show.you ajellow who laid a
radical could not be found la the ward.
Ain't be a liar 77
A Spiritual Circle.
Jones has been among the spiritualists; he
Joined a circle the other night and had man
ifestations. Hie medium was a tall, tain,
angular, cadaverous individual, who looked
as if, after getting up the frame, nature Lad
been seized with a fit of economy, and neg
lected to put in the underpinning and plaster
ing. The circle was mixed, being made up
of elderly females, thin men, -with a few pret
ty girls. Jones seated himself between two
of the last, and all claspei hands around the
table. Jones says it was delightful. He
squeezed thi little hands, and when an un
usually loud knock startled the circle the
little hands squeezed Jones. Sniffkins, who
is so skeptical that his father dou't believe
him, was the first to ask questions.
" Where was I born ?" asked Sniff.
" Iu the poor-house." SnifFs tarned-up
nose waxed red.
" Correct," said Jones.
" How many children have we in tho
Here a dispute arose as to whether the
snirit ranDed ei'ht or uiue. Sniff asked
i .4 W
Bow many children hare I?"
" One," whs the reply.
" 1'robably correct again," ro-narked
Hero Mr. SnifTkins arose in a wrath, slap
ped his beaver on with a bang, and retired.
" The circle is not harmonious," said the
medium, in a deep, sepulchral yoice. Jones
thought it was as lie pressed the little hands.
" Let me ask a question," said a viuegary
" Is the npirit of mv husband present?"
" He is."
"Are you happy, John, withcut me?"
" Very happy."
Where are vnu ?'
John's relict looked at the medium. The
medium smiled. He looked as if he Lad the
too'hachc. The circle lauheJ, whereupon
Johu's relict seized the lamp and hurled it
at the medium. I broke over bis devoted
head, and left the cir 4e- iu darkness Jones
afcid a snirit kissed him. He tried to jeizeH
the spirit, and caught one of the pretty girls
around the waist, whereupon there were
screams. In the meantime Jones wasawa'e
of a furious engagement on his rigbt. A
lisht was produced, when it was found that
John's relict bad seized a venerable Cob,
mistaking him for the medium. They were
separated, when the "mejum" with (he coal
oil dripping over his wee-begone countenance,
said, '-the circle must be broken up, it was
Jlusbroom Jieicli n p.
Tho latest public sensation in Kngland in
a small way is " Mutroom Ketchup." I'.
seems that no- mushrooms are ued in the
preparation of this delightful compound, but
th:il the base of it is decayed beet iivsr, call
ed Smithfield mushrooms. The London
ti'iorer thus describes the pr jcess of manu
facture: "This is how the ciispj mushrooms cf
Sir.ithfield are prepared for the delicate pal
a'es of the discriminating British public, who
find poison in and forswear pickk-s, and lick
their lips at tho delicious juice of decayed
animal matter. Enormous quantities o."
bullocks' livers we bog pardon, SiuilhSt 1 I
mushrooms are collected in England, and
imported from the Continent. 'ihese are
bought up by ketchup makers not one or
two knowu roughs, but men who are notgeu
erallv known as publicans and sinners, and
h- have the confidence and, we may add,
the cash, of the largest distributors ol pickles
and sauces in the United Kingdom. Ihe
mushrooms ore sa'ted in tubs, aod allowed
to remain until the mass becomes thoroughly
putrid, and the details are nastr, but w
cannot, injustice to the auti-adulter lion
league, withhold them the contents of the
tubs are then boiled in iron tanks holding
about one bundled and fifty gallons eath.
Each boiling occupies a whole night. It is
never carried on by d iy, for the simple rea
son that the stench from the boilers would
bring dowu the indignation of the neighbors,
who inconsistently hold one hand to the poor
retailer for cheap luxuries, and with the
other destroy the sourues of their production.
Copper tanks are ue.-er used for the boiling
operation, for reasons that will be aptareul
to o'ir readers. All that remain now is to
etraiu off the liquid carefully, and add to i:s
natural fragrance nd pungency by mixing
with it the spices of "Araby the blest." That
which remains after the straining operation
is immediately covered wiih a lajer of ashes,
and sold at convenience to manure dealera."
At a public meeting an attorney fr the
manufacturer defended his client by denying
that the livers acre from bullocks ; they were
Have we any mushroom-ketchup makers
air u rig us;
Arabian I.nnghin Plant.
In Palgrare's " Central ami Eastern Ara
bia" some particulars are given in regard to
a curious kind ofa narcotic plant. Its eeds
in which the active principle ceuis chiefly
to reside, when poo n Jed and adioiuUtered iu
a small dose, produce effects much like tho.-e
ascribed to Sir Humpbrej lavy's laughing
gas ; the patient da ices, sinzs, and perforins
a thousand extravaganzas till, after an hour
of great excitement to himself and amusement
to the bystanders, be falls asleep, and on
awakening has lost nil memory of what he
said or did while under the influence of the
Ta put a pinch of this fine powder into the
co flee of some unsuspecting individual is Lot
an uncommon joke, cor is it said that it was
ever followed by seious consequences, though
an over quantity might, perhaps, be dangers
ous. The author tried it on two individuals,
but in proportions, if not absolutely homuei
pathic, still sutlicieutly minute to keep on the
safe side, and witnessed its operation, laugh
able enough, but very harmless. The plant
that bears these berries hardly attains in Kas
seein the height of six inches above the
ground. But iu Oman were seen bushes of
it three or four foot in growth, and wide
The stem are woody and ofa yellow tinge
when barked ; the leaf is of a green color and
pinnated, with about twenty leaflets on either
side, the stocks are smooth t ml shining;
the flowers are yellow and grow in tuffs; tbe
anthers are numerous; the frui , is a capsule
stuffe I with greenish padding, in which lie
imbedded two or three black 8 :eds, iu size
and shape much like French beans, their
taste sweetish, but with a peculiar opiate
flavor,. the smell heavy and almost sickly.
The Prussian Mntkrl.
A foreign letter, sneaking of matters con
nected with the impending war. says :
"These Prussian. guns are well known in
America ; that is. as well know i as anything
ean be which is kept so profound a secret.
The explosive material whicl is used" in
manufacturing the cartridge is a compound
of ingredients known only to ne man the
:nventor; and so determired is the Govern
ment that the-secret shall not escape that
that man is, guarded nifht and day by a
squad of twelve,oldiers; everj letlerhich
he writes is inspected,-and ie. ill -ruit alio we 1
to commuukate. orally wkhlady person, ex
cept in the. preencocf-Jiis guard.. Tbe same
man has applied -his invention to a different
purpose than that of a cartridge, inflamma
ble at the touch, of a, needle. He makes a
kind of shell; not much larger . than a bullet,
which explodes after.it enters ibe body of a
man, tearing.-tha limbs to pieces with resist
less force.-. These tw3 secrets are supposed
to make the. Prussian army invincible.
Slight changes make great differences
"Dinner for nothing," is very good fun, but
yon can't ay as mack of "cothing for din
OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY MOMBTG, JULY
WIT AIV3 HUMOR. -
A young lady of seventeen years of age
attempted to commit suicide by drowning,
recently, iu Paris ; her sweatheart had for
saken her. The first words she uttered when
she recovered her senses, were : "Mon Dieu !
how cold the Seine is I" The boatman who
rescned her stood near and exclaimed : "Ah
my little darling, it has nobody to warm il
A lover wrote to a lady who bad rejected
him, saying that he intended to retire "to
some secluded snot, knd breathe away his
lite in sigbs." To which the lady replied
inquiringly, whether they were to be medium
or large size. The man has not since been
"What is that deg barking at?" asked a
fop, whose boots were more polished than
his ideas. "Why," replied a bystander,
"because he sees another puppy in your
"I am glad this coffee don't owe me any'
thiHg," said a boarder to his landlady, one
morning at breakfast "Why?" was the re
sponse. "Because I don't believe it would
A partisan paner says : "It is a mistake
that the (opposite) parly plays upon a harp
of a thousand strings. The organ of that
party is a lyre."'
"What flower of beautv shall I marry ?
asked a young spendthrift of his governor ;
to which the governor replied, with a grim
smile, "Marri-gold !"
''There. John, that's twice you've come
home and forgotten that lard." "La, moth
er, it was so greasy that it slipped my miud.''
An old lady, bearing somebody say the
mails were Very irregular, said : " It was
just so in my young days no trusting any
"I'm afraid you'll come to waut," said an
old lady to a young gentleman. I have
come to want already, " was the reply. 4'1
want your daughter."
A pert little girl boasted to one of her
young fiiends, tui t her "lather kept a car
riage." "Ah, but," was I he triumphant re
ply, "ray faiber drives an omnibus."
"I am much afraid of lightning," said a
pre-ty hvly. "And well you may be," re
plied a despairing lover, "as your heart is
made of steel."
A briefless young barrister ii'i that any
lady who possesses one thousand acres of
laud, presents sufficient ground for au attach
ment. " I go through my work," as the needle
.aid to the idle boy. "Bat not until you are
bard pushed," as the Idle boy said to the
should have the largest
because its capi'.al is ali
conntry iu Europe
Ho does '.be hair dresser end his days?
He cur's up and dyes.
A lady in Bike County, Mo., has called her
lait baby Veto, io compliment to the Presi
dent. When is a man thinner loan a lalh ?
When he's a shaving.
When dees a man sit down to a melan
chlydeert? When he sits down to wine
" Pa, what is meant by raw raoruits ?" I
means soldiers w!.o have stood fire, ray soi..'
What kind of bracks do ladies prefer?
Faxsr Fkrs's aViewa Mrs. Parton, ai
at Fanny Frn seems to be thoroughly
posted on the man question. She under
stands exactly what actuates tbe horrid crea
tures. She unsexed herself long ago, and
of course can be relied upon wheu she
speaks of the sterner sex. The following is
Fanny's last :
"Show bdt a strip of white stocking above
jour boot, or a bit of embroidered skirt or
b:-''UOral, and you can lead a man by the
nose. 1 have positively feen men standing
at tlit' corners eagerly bobbing their hea ls
this way and that to citch a sight of tbe
gaiter boot af they alighted from the various
o:unibas-s. Not all young men, either
but grey beaded old codgers, who had 'grand
ua' wntien all over tteni." I
Raz h:s. Tbe simplest method of sharp
euing a razor is said to be, to place the blade-
fur about a ball hour in water, tto which one
twentirih of its weight of ulp!ioJrie or muri
atic acid has previously been added. Upon
.a kim: the roznr out, wipe it oft lightly, and
a few bjurs afterwards set it on a strop. The
acid thus supples the place of a whetstone,
by corroding the entire surface uniformly,
so that nothing but a goed polish is after
ward needed. It is stated that this process
never injures good razors, whiUt poor ones
are often i.:. proved by it. This mode of
sharpening may bo ucd with advantage for
any kind of edge tools.
A Ncrnt.E I'assk.s Tiiroccii a Ladt's
Li'xos. 'iTie Portland, (Maine) Advertiser,
says Miss Mattier J. Bigclow, daughter of
George Bigelow, Esq , of Suowhegiin, has
beeu in p.ior health for about two year past,
and at times raising considerable blood and
suffering ievere pain in her lungs. I a it fall
she went west, aud stopped on the way with
some friends, was so low in health that her
life was despaired of. At lenL'th a sore
gathered on her left side, from which great
difficulty was experienced, until it broke,
and a needle came from it. The physician
who a'.tend.?d her gave it as his opinion that
the needle had passed througblher lungs,
thus causing the severe pain and ill health.
She is now doing well with a prospect of re
gaining her health.
'Never despnir." says Professor Jeannet,
of Bordeaux ; "your coal Gelds may fail, but
acetate of soda will at any rate prevent your
noble race from pensbir.g during that gloo
my British winter." This subjtance affords,
in fact, says the Professor, a means of "stor
ing up the solar beat." Its peculiarity is,
that while it crystallizes when Exposed, in
solution, to a very slight degree of cold, it will
cool without crystallizing if placed in a closed
vessel. Cooling thus, it retains jthe trreater
part of the caloric which it had absorded
while being melted ; and this caloric is given
off the moment the bottle is uucdrksu or the
jar uncovered. M. Jeannet has proved it.
In Galena, on one little street.! and within
the space of four blocks, were at one time
tbe business places cf six. private citizens,
now known as Lieut General Grant, Majpr
General J. A. Ivawlins, Mat. General. John
E. Smith, Maj. General A. L. Chtlain. Bri?
General J. Malt by, ar.d Brig. Geheral J. B.
Dixon. Some years previous to the war, the
law oflke of the lamented General Baker,
who fell at Ball's Bluff, was alsc within the
Wisconsin, w heat.- Ubop. farmers say
that through i Wiscon in there never was a
prospect for a better -wheat crop than at pres
ent. It looks now as though j the wheat
would be al! that was desired, the wet state
of the grotfad keeping the chinch bug away.
Grass is excellent.
Tbe Mayor -of Brooklyn has just furnished
an example of civic virtue that deserves
notice. He has vetoed a resolution increas
ing his own salary. It is a pity we have not
a few legislators such as this Mayor in Con
gress just now. .
CHABLES J. BEATTIE, Au'o7ncyIud
Cuuuwllur at Law, Pontine, Liviiigalou county, 111.
E. W. CRIQGH. B. W. SCCB.UIA9.
BIGGS Jk BUCHANAN, Attorneys and
Ciuiisellors at Law. will give prompt attention to
mny biHitir commit toil to their care, in atiy tt' CourU
of 1 tJI or v J turning counties. Special attauliou iven
to it'itoit and collodions, couveTatuctug ul -UTtMligitt-iuie
OfUce with M. II. Swift, south west comer of Court
Doii-m Square. ovr Kirt National Iink, Ottawa, III mots.
J. n. LoTUKur.
aa-Wftf If A TO,
IOTI1IIOP & MAYO, Attorney k Coun
J nelora at law. Will practice iu tlio Court 'it La
Sulltt a.iJ aJjuiiiiiigcoutirii:. Aci-nriea and Conveyancing
promptly utti-uilwl U: Collectfcjiis mailnaml promptly r
niittetl Ami all legitl buainc-Mi placed in our care will re
ceive innii)Mlint and careful uttenUon. Ottice aoulli fciJe
of Main atrwt, dirvt!y oppuaite the Court Iloiuu, OlUwa,
Illinoi. June 10 'tii
TAMES WI RICK, Attorney at Law, Otta
wa, III. Offlcaiu fust Office block, up atnira.
DIM VU. C. WALKER. FXC F. BKOWCH.
WALKEU & BROWEU, Attorneys at
!, Ottawa, Ills. Office in Metropolitan block.
Pay particular atteuUvn to colluttieni, examining Kta
Estate title, tc. ' atig'JU-T
V. LTU eiCIKT.
j. a. hoi.
TJTCKEY, KICK & LEWIS, AT-
IAtoRN E V9 AT LA W, will pr ticein tbe Fei'enil CourU
aud in the tftate Courts in La ttaJlc and adjoining couu.
Collectiontf made and prouiply remitted. OflM-e aecoud
Door, N'tni),iu.m Hltrjc. Dec. 31, 1991-
L1VEII C. GRAY, Attorney at Law, Ot
tawa Illinoii. Office in CHu. Dufuliu nrw Block,
Room No. '4 up Lairs.
Jan. 14. 16i5.
F. CAMERON, Attorney at Law, Ot
tawa. La S.t!!e county, Illiaoia. Offi.e iu I'uet Offiee
Block. ov-r Nflwe lx-pot.
I'r 'iu.t ati-ntion :dd te the InTeftigntlon of titlea, pay
ment of taxu4, purchaAtf and aie of real estate, end collec
tion of claima. junft-y
J. O. OLOTta.
a. c. cool.
c.r.e. r. cta-rarLL.
fi LOVER. COOK & CAMPBELL, Attor-
J neya and Counsellor at Lw, Ottawa. Ilia.
ORVre in Ulorcr A Cook's lil'.ck, east of tbe conn hu,
up tjtairtf. ocl-r
Will P. JONES. Attorney and Coun-
ell. at Law. Ottawa. !!!.
OUce in M-)tr.i.lian lt'ock.over Wa!kr'a 4m itere
KTHUK LOCK WOOD. Jutire of the
Peace, i rtrawx. 111 Oftce en Colambai aueet, a few
doora north of the Po.t OH
II tliank bia friend for all bnaneea pertaining te Ida
and eu,rag"e to attend to promptly. api.-y
W . CALKIN'S. Attorney and Coun-
. aclor al Law, ami fer in Real Kilate.
O.fic. in Nattinere Block gouth ef tbe Coun Bouae.
TH. O. P. ll.T,:7-:WAY. Oifice in
IJ aon k Hatbewav Iirtiz Jtore, Metropolitan W'ck.
K-mU-iio Ktl of V'X P.i-r, !irt b ue wl of public
.lioi.1 doom. July -ii, '6i-y.
M. Mc ARTHUR, M. D , ThysK lan and
Ssrpeon. Ottawa, 111. OSee Iu Wlever Cuek
June S, '.
H. MANN, M. D., Hoosoeopukie P-y-
l ' mn. Ottawa. 111.
Oil e in ITi-ev-r . -'-w Black. H flTr. Reei4enee two
bin e fm.-l and 1 ! k iioraa of Saprraie Oart Boaae. oa
enh-ea.t corner '' ficand akiurto . myn-T
R. J. rt. IIAKRIS. Orri( b over K. T.
Iriti s Drua Stare. Jteajaeace atain Street, Iul ol
Oepr. I'J, l'oa.
R. X. ZENIER. H.n.npnthic Plivsi-
ciaif Ottawa, fit. (wn-- in freeasaa's lllock.
Of-rs hte services to the friends of the H maef;rthie
rn in irttawa. in all braneh'-e of hat piof-ealoo. I'ai-tt-
alteutiou ffivon to the ireatniecf cf sromer. and
EN'irV M. (lODFliEV, f. V.. Licenti
ate of the Koval idli of .nren. Klinbnrgh.
Hsvinr lial rbar-e of H flits! in Eu.rrii f.- eeral
veaM ami a r.rartu-a of fifteen vare In IIIib-th. he leels
c -ntiaent of binz able to cve SatsfaLtKn to lh.4e wbo
uiav wi-h bi f-rofe-wli inal a'Ui'-e.
oTice in Hit mi e Hbx-k. m ttsire. Residence on
W-!eHr st east ol lieeotr-l. wl of s; le-CBt. dc2
r. R. F. imX O.Ticp, Ciiv Dnii' Store.
ace. ewner o
eept , "6-tf
SnjrrW atv. Utvawa. HI
US. Dil. CLOSSOX Dt votes brr time
tn the pmctV of Mi'lai.Vrr an4 iwatj--a of Womrn.
Ktiilf-n firnt Ivmimi uorth of R-Mick'B, eppsita of
Surma Court h(.ua. alt 3, fi4
t KS'ECSSL. Cennan Dnijrjrist k Ana-
liulkorter of Ilrurs, Cbeicicals, French Cognac lirandi'e.
Wia-a. ac. ausr-.v
(iKI(i(i. IHiiirzist. ii'jolcseiler, a
t.-ilionT, Ottawa. I;v.
i-isn ol il io-l .-Mtnant m. aeeond store In standees
Lin, k. iWHjth side of oiurt hiue souare.
a. E. L. o. cinns.
ent !e,,fb,t irttawa. niintr.
iJIScein Cbeever's Xew Hlock. All , --rations
done in tbe Biost aiiproved stvlee of
I II woik warranted. jaa 6, 'oo
THOMAS S P E IS C E II
NEW YORK BAKERY,
Main street, westef l.a Salle,
feb It J
Bakery & Confectionery.
I. O It K R T S i HESS,
' rcccBssoas to c. w. siaroiiD,
Pott C0C4 Block OtUiita J'linolt.
A I." kinds of Vaasy and Weddinp Cake kept con
stantly en Band and made to Order. Also,
Crackers, and everything in the Bakery line, aa low as
any house tn the West.
Also, a lare-i Assart tncot of Confectionery constantly
Orders respect fall v solicited.
Ottwa.Jn.Si!h.'o-l.-Str. ROBKRTrt A HKF9.
GEO. J . JI U II G E S S ,
Ga9, Steam, and Water Pipe Fitter,
La &i!U Sl neil to Vlrich't Hardicart ttort, OUatcn, 111.
Is prepared to iritnu'm-o Ran into bnil-lins, and to fn-ni-h
or r-leir all kiieU of .u fixture. Hot or cold water
intnlu-ed into private or publii- building. alo bath tnl.
shower baili-s, 1'ft and on e putn;M, Ac Terms lowest
living rat.. arng IJ, '6-Iy .
II. U. CUKT1
Physician, Surgain and Accoucheur,
(FWmri lyof Rnppertrot fluifr.a) .Sr. Gallm, SiritierltinQ
Who ha made bis st jiimut the iiiiirTiiieg of Winburc
Piaue and Vienna, le-lde-hav ili had a practice ol II
ye;u-s ill Switzerland, otfere ha aervices to th" public f
Ott.iwaand vH-iuitr. Oifice boum frooi 10 to 12 M. and 1
to 4 1. M. O.H.-e Columbus sttreci, j dtioTs nurib of Phil.
OcellreyV irrm-ery tore. j.m ft. 'fill
It. E. S. IIODEUT,
Plate work done in all the 'anum ntyle. .if the arT. A'.T
wk warranted to (rive entire satisfaction. Cluoroform
atmini-tere,l for the extractiou of teeth.
Wlliceover First National bank.
AMILY GROCERY STORE.
H. II. HINZ
Reepectfulle invite pnldic attention to h FAMILY
(JROCEKY STOKK. on the south side of Main street, a
few doors west of Kneusal'a Urns Stro, confident that he
ean iri- 'entire satisfaction to all. 11 n stock consists ol
alt kii..ls of
v GROCERIES AND PR0VIS10XS,
TEAS, COFFEE, SrOARS, MOLASSES. CANDLES,
E0AP, FRKU TEGETADLES.
Tho hifihest market pdeealwaTi paid, in cash, foi
buttered, and lard. angiya.'Hr
Boofiner! Roofing;!! Kooflnc !
Heady Roofing Company o f Neto J"irA
b FEW ol (bo advantages preaented by this roofing,')
A. itareaiGlv adaidation to nil kinds ol buildinpt. stee
or Hat roofs, old or new. It ia readily applied to old
ahitncle to"l's willion reoejviiiK the oliintrlce, it costs less
tluui h.il f as much as fin and is twice an durable, it is nal
aflratcd iijunmelv by heat or cold, it will not crack i
cold or i 'in Dawarm weather, it is perfectly fire proof,
against I ilMns: coals or bnriiinc fragments 1mm adjoining
building i on lire, it can lie walked, upon witbj.nt injury.
Utitters uin bo formed of this material thus saving Ihocost
of metal ones, the weight is only one fourth of the rtbvwI
roonucl thereby savins; the coot of roof timbera, in at any
case tho price of thi roofing. .
For uniformity of quality, compactness of finish, faculty
of application, t-lieapncso and durability it is A No. 1.
Orders olicltid..jrr iiiu-ticiUara ap.ly to
S. ArSlMISOX, Atmt,
mar.31,'68. tfr Earlvillf. Ill
Teathen, .1 HiUb Motive.
EXAMINATIONSriftencher wiB lie held hereafter at
Ottairn on SalurHny and en no mhr tint. The olHco
ithe School Sniierintcmlcnt isow Orton's Bk Store.
Ottawa, april U l6.-rf. J. M. BAY. .S. Supt.
I'nnners-sV 'amsiterB Attention!
CALL at K. TUORVE A CO'8, and mtamico sksOluo
Collar, a Ktf jct received and for Bale low. ec2
falve Geese Featbern.
O tr ALBS. LIVE GEESE FEATHERS Jnst received
s 1 el 1 9 and tat aalo by OKO. w. PE1BVE.
SUls. Bt. Kaot dda Fox Klvar Brides.
j- ADIESOF OTTAWA AND VICINITY
I.it tue call yeor attention to my Large'aad attractive
SPRING AND SUMMER
Ihavaju ecei-il from 3tw Tot k tha lian'I-vometwt
ani aioateomplut stoek of Goods ercr brought to thia
nieixket, compriaiuj tha
In Bonnets, IIta, Ribbons. Laces, Flowers,
Silks, Crape, Shaker iloodd, Ornaiotutal
And Tfrytbiug pertafniag to tha true, vliivh I am
olWin, at price that cannot tail to plfa-w.
Ttutfikftil fur pant favor. anl ft!i itii. a contiuuutioii
f your putrona. I am hatistit-d tint 1 h;ii funblnl to utter
ou the iif et lilerul iuduceuieuta. .Vi'iiliun:il arrival
during the aeaoii.
I hsne alj a hft.lom tvk of Spring and Summer
Shawl and Cloaks that 1 will sell cheaper Ibuit uu kt
bought rlatewhere in the city.
tlttu.'hi!!gau't lV-4iiiigdmeiu tha 10 mt aproveJ tyltn.
aad positive!? luwtr than at other Lous,
Court it. Kaat of Court lloue. . A, KKLL-vK.
CttUw.1, Illn , april 21 oG-tf.
MRS. S. T. CAPLES.
BIS KEyOYEU Uka
On Main street, two door West, over Trasks
Where ke haa receiveJ a new and beautiful stock ef
M I L L I N E R Y,
aind iM rre; arel with all tha
Hiving atrureJ th rire-i of a First CI m Milliner
riKt.l- m t'i Kie my cnt.fii r th lrtt.rt tud mvt
iaahioaable Stii ma it the uizuur au-J of the
Particular altculien pail U
Also to Cloak rnakinj, I)oii't fail te call.
O.taaa, apiil 21.nC-j.tf Mrs. 3. Y.CAPLFJ.
MRS. E. WAIiKEil,
(t-.ra on Mvuvr., fiurri o:cMjitrJ 1-t S. r.nriiil'T.i
Wyaloi apir.of lr fri.-tvU. an I all oiher !e"'tea-de irng
7b4t ! liuA jumt returuei with a chaue atixk of
at tha br vU' U-n'. bir n th- W rat.)
CB.pri-ii:jj lit in-l FafijT ai4 b-ir'.,tn T.ir.tiv in t!i
Ualhariy iiua, l. f h will . .4d nt nct iaurinj
i!u.iiju. W ilh ll.ot aid of
Experienced & Competent Milliners
SUa will .rmM ftfitiwu t- tha Anra of br pat
rout bavin,; Huhiir 0 k1m reuino rvuuTjiiou ty
allfarliln. Coloring d Trlmtnltift
Tj aoittho Uttt-t Stjltr. of HaU anl IVmn-t.
Cloak, Sacnrt mini Drewe,
Uiilii t-y orJ-r in atl tj auit.
niJt revived t!io atr-'n'-v f-r Oiia atwl Tn inity
Leavitt Sewing Machine Co.
arlnd to marhiii, avia in prepared to hiw tha a.iprK.r
menu aiul w-rkini" mt tbrm . orriarei vith oiht-r
fiv hrnr, w41 l!rr?i tmhl itih tniM in any fr!!c.r
finish 0i)ni t ail company at tha a)iiaovi at tha
niotnuruciorv, ad iiitg uu y Uia coat of trauijf.tr tu ju from
New Millinery Establishment.
Hn. B AU All GEZi:L.4.
INFORMS the Ijidie of Ottw sm,1 ViHnifr thai she
has (ifned a new MILLINERY ESTA Bl.lsll M:NT in
the rooms formerly iwcnpied by Mr. Jotie;,. over PUiliip
(jodt'rfcy's (irocery Btore corner of Mau and Colaiubuo
Siie has gcxnl assortment of the moit FASHION AftlB
M ILL!! KKY. Selected in New York, and is constantly
receivi g N K.tV (imliS with besdva-ceot the s-vm.
Mrs. t.KKiiil mo-t r-pi-tt"!ly Invites tlii Udb-o of
Otuwa and vicinity and especially ol the reidi-nt. to
give ber a call before p;ircb;uiing el-v, here Cb-lnie and
lii(;lit-iiwB yi-kes always on hand, besides the HK MU po
fa.-bi"iiable for ornaniciiliiig tb-:n. -t mipirit: d.me I" 1
iisvari-li. rarln ular attention p.ti I to HI.KACIHN ,
l'Kl..vI Vi aatt libt HKlMi. also I'iukinz nn I 11 it:Ps
done on sriort notice. Biar. 31, txi.
W II J0 aV ia.II.Ia.n.l.X.
Mia M. B. M'ilsno and Vtit M- E. Uiilmnn. wouM r
upei tiully infru tU Utility uf Ottawa and h luity, iU:.t
thny kawa on d a fin tt-w StOv k of
Whi h tl.ey are prepared to a"ll at low prices for Cudi.
l'hey keep everything usually kept iu similar eatablUh
meuis, such ss
Bonnets, Hats anl Cps, of the varloss Styles.
Laces, Silks. Velvets, Uibbons, Flow
ers, I'luines, Sic,
Parfcnliir'arfi,nfiB paid to Ebacbing, rreiii( aad
Colonue old Straws-.
VA e w ill also make Cloaks and Yfttttts when desired.
laidiee. please give us a cail before giving your orders
elsewhere. Next door east ef Ja-k-ti A lyx-kwood's
hanlwareHtore. the place formerly orTvpicd by Mi- liucl
MiisVtilon tenders her tlinrks to Iul" former patioiis
and requeet-i a contiiiuauce of their favors to the new firm.
M. It. WILSON. M. E. GILLV .N.
Ottawa, Nov 11, 1XV).
Millinery Goods I
MRS. JONES' BOOMS,
TIIE OLD STORE OF Mrs. TARDLE,
C01LVER OF MAIN AND LA SALLE STS.
I hare filled tip with a New and Elcjrant Stock of Milli
nery, consisting of a large and choice selection of
Silk and Straw Bonnets. Hats in Straws,
and Velvets. Flowers in great
variety. Achoieolot ol'
Dms and Cloak Palti'i-n,
And will do Ti esa and Cloak Making as herrtof-ro. For
this department I have engaged the 1-eMt and most roiiipi-tent-Dresa
Maker in Ottawa, Miaa Mary Wolf, who will
Siiperinrend the Cii'tinir and Kittius. 1 very niiirb di-sire
that none of Mrs. Tarble's old rustomem should leave the
establishment, as 1 have every facility fordoing work ill
the very beet stvje.
ISlcncIilasr and Presstlng: Done.
Old Felt IT.tw made ovee sn the Nesr-fhape.
0tUwa,Oc4.14,'G5.'. 4KAH K. JON Kg
F. . MlA'R R UNnE R.
Ptal OjJUx Block, Ottawa, IlUnaiu
KverythlDg belonging to tha profession done with'
ReatnesB and Deepatcb. AU wrk wa Iran Hal tjMr
haBMeba... teat I
T UMBEIt YARD & PLAlNIXb
Sash, Door & Blind Factory
HTQAiWI aV POWELL,
B&aU, Soon, Blinds & Mouldings,
aaeo, BiaLSKI h
Lumljer, Shifi'jles, JjcUh, Timber, Posts, Kails,
Glass, Paints, Oils and Kerosene.
Office on La Salle afreet. vpnwite City Milla.
Kaclorv and Luuiber yiird adjoining north end of llllnoil
jan.l y OTTAWA. ILLIXOI3.
T STRAWN Jt POWELL'S
Sash Door and Blind Depot
La ?a!le street, opposite
"1TTH.L U f.nnd al! tin.l. and rolira of Pidnt, Patent
if 1'rierx, raw and boileil Oil and Turpentine.
Alo, a general aanortiucut of Litasi. iasb, (ilnzed aad
CuKlacd, li.r. Blinds, and Naila cbeap torcaib.
Ottawa, Jan. 1. lvJo.
CTRAU'N & POWELL,
el-ni in all kinds of
OKAIN AND PUODUCK,
war- rwu.-rai.d oitce ea the Side-cute, near tre (la
Woks, UtUva, III. Uc-TU
"WatOhmaker and Jewelor,
One liuor North of Keddii k's Hl-k, East o c-
IIoue, OtUwa, III.
Ailw ik tlioronjljlv done ard warranted. Clocks re
paued at be ebort'-st a ti- e. Clie ks. M att hes, a.. I all
kinds of Jewelry fo ruale at loacot rates.
C U It G E IL Y
EYE AND EAR,
117 S JiTTfl Clark St,
i it. j. ii. vai.ki:k.
(Firm of J. B. k Vnra Waleck, K.-beiiti r, N. T,)
OCUSIST c- Al l! 1ST,
F-om the Royal Op'itluiliiiic II -.ital. Iyindn, h ie, during
tile la-l twelve years given his llllilivtd-l uti-elitlon to tbls
iiiimitant siaxialty, and is prcpali-d to e-rtorm evtrrj o -
rauuo cor.r.-5ctci Willi
OI IITIIALMIC AND AlKAL St HlEKT,
Su. h as C.itara. t. Artificial Pupil. I'l Eve, T.iral Tn
mors. O-iire of the T-nr I'uct. 1'iIviuk. K.x i-i"U "t tbe
T n-il, Ac, Ac. ('jt-iiTh, :m.l i -ruoii ihL--s uf 1 1.. tl,r t
hi. b frequently rauie h-afieae and oiavs in trie lieaJ.
will alo rei ei,e 8e--ial attention.
Kxaiiiinatioo sic! opiui-.ic free of charge.
P. U. Cm jr.. 1iic:.Ko.
Ir. Wms nisy de consulted at thei'lcizet ilni. . ''a
s, en toe 1st saturd. y in ea b month, from to i u'.luk.
Tim"thr 1 wart.i. Su k" witl t i rf.iit;;in if.
H i '- Sik?t lrie iu l ftr mII kinua of lin-m anJ
eei. MtMrraK'ajh a iiAit-t niale. autr 13, "bV
"OS. C. 1 1 ATI IK WAY
Ditlr io all kin. Li of
li o l u c
fu' h as VTheat. Corn. 0t. Tine tl.v .-ei. Ac.
Offii-e "nd warehouse on tbe fidi-'ut. near main canal.
Liberal advances mau vn 4,1 aiu in : re. s- -y
AN IJ IKS ! CANDIES!
V l.MIi:i.71 I'.IU.ItT
VT"Ul. rj tfu!l inf!nu the puMir in infi.t?. an-l tha
btuia-ftt. nico in ). ii. Ih.tt h i Ovw t--j jji-J ioi tha
uibiuuIbv t-aU el a ujKrior ajUsaJj of
Ejaalt oan br..iiA.ht t thia market, an J aJatvJ
for tha ItKTAIL TRADE. All hiacmndj- aie :irrantt.-l
j-TTf. and Mn&tiultrate4. lie ran ajw f t-I ai'? ! u.aud '
t tn h,i tct hotict.
tmhs t'$ Vtf Utx alwrj tn hn-l. (ti-Vrn fim ab"a4
rcafntcliuilv aa!ya ami leroinja'j aJdeaetl .
lra! a -Vrtiit. I"ui!. -itiip. ritn.n. Iaa!y tat, lie "3
rani-; Lh'IIc Kf, A!ininl Sn k-, el-H.v t'ak", .It-llv
Hull. CifLim"ti ks. In ii' h Rk ( .tk, T.-h ('.kr.
Cretin '. Krvt h luiuMm, h 'hn tr?aiti Ciik. and a
hui-!rvlthtfr kiada alwaya oo hu- or toaUa to 01 tier co
siirt nti. .
TANKKE N0TDJV Tha Ure t ato k ia Ua city.
Mam ttrrrt. wv " Vu honk of itlaua.
chll l-C-Vtf. WM. EBCRT
THE subscriber would inform tho pullif that Bo It
bow running tbe above Mill, and is prepared to da
CC'TOM AND MERCHANT WORK
la the best possible Banner, as the Mill las been
thoroughly Repaired and is in l.rst rate order. Good
aad attentive Millers are employed, and will bo con
'.antly n hand to wait upon custMners. Farmers sod
others will find it totheir advantage to give me A calibe
fore troir.g elsewhere.
N. B. Orders for Flour or Feed cm be left at tbe City
Market, or at tha Mill, a-d will e promptly attended to.
Ottawa, Oct 6, !MS0 J.HO-ili
AIX ST. MEAT JlAItUEX!
wyt. sr.CMATrK &. co.,
Jf tin ttrtet, nrxl crner vtst of Iff Xmiional J5.ii'.-.
Havinp rotntl pifrchfi1 thin t.tMibnin,t, apl tav
litc h'tit; rsprrtttiH ( in tba Lnsinrts, :he mt Irisiuad aia
J -traiiiiwl4u make it a
First Class Ifeat MuLff. '
'A!l lRrII MKAlSmnitantlron haul. We buy nona
Win thf hKST hv. f. mutitin AV.
.MOKKD HAMS and UAHN, Salt iMrk. corned meat,
a! way a full supply.
Hahioe kI i Iii en tha mrnr of Main and Chtv
tre t-. f Id' k aonth of the f-h Ward S hol I f
a here a full ant tniviit meats a ill atKj he alwaya kept
on hand for the a cuuiinodatiun ol cuiluifi in Iho w int
ern pu t uf the rity.
aAI1 ordcra Ui-lirered Jraa locn-tumer nnvw!'t with
in thanrv. W M MCI MAVKK.
m-ri;''A6. " 'KKF. I.Kri'Oi.l.
On CJan'i't Owtut, nnrji-eiwi -f Lht fturl limit, (Vaicu,
piebce & ?n nim .
Bee from a royal stake to
a shin hone:
TmX-, freh and salt,
Smokett llttmt, shoiildors
and bacon siib-e ;
VWl unit Multtm ;
Zorc ml TalUi'
everythimr else k-lonpii
to a well regi:hted meat
kept on hand atrved to cui-toiners at lowest cash rat-e.
A- wo buy none but the best, we always pay the hhjh
o st price for cattle. lambs, A c.
Rrvmrm't-r Out n'untani flincv'i Corner.
Jtfurir-rt for COAL promptly filh-d
C.-iBxr.i o La Stt.l Ar
Mapiso! ?ts. North or th
Tlie aliove Market, after bnvinc been p-eatly CBt.irced
and tbronghly reairel. is now oeii and ready for the ac
comodation of the public. No expense bus la-en iare. in
furniture mid fixtures to make it a place worthy of our city,
and both pleasant, as we hope it will lie profitable, so visit.
We proiiosc to ki-epon hand, and to serve to customer in
a style of snjierior m-ntmna, nil kinds of me-N. such as
ll'rEr. in fteaki, Ibuste, Ilrieil. Corned. Ac: Mt-TToji.
Veai, IIs, Suoti.ul.Ka; Pokk, fresh and salt; Yankee
ausjot, Ac A'c.
Also, all kinds of (lame in its season.
Fresh Trout and White Fish from the Lukes.
In short, ever thing apiertaiiiiiig to a well regulated
At the proper season a stand will also be kept fur the
sale of all kinds of Freeh VcKotahlc. supplied from the
best Kardens in the vicinity of the city.
)e)Mels will lie delivered in any part of the city.
Rrpectfn!lv inform the citizens of Ottawa and vicinity,
that they have opened a w holcaale and Retail
TOBACCO & CIGAR STORE,
On OntTtdrrrt. inthe bnMwfl farmrrU nrnijigrd If Uonl
iowrry, where they have the finest stock of (
! TOBACCO, SNUFF, CIGARS, PIPES
f all kinds, and all articleo belonging to this branch of
Oade, over offered in thu market.
trOall. aeo nd Try, andj et a Sood Articlef
jpic,f6o. f H1T1I A BT5INC.
-tZ . XV
VOL. XXVI-NO. il.
The Great Strengthening Tonic!
(XOT A WHISKY raKPARATIO.V
DEBILITY ! DEBILITY I
Kt-ialtiDg flem any caane wUatever.
Prostration of the System
Diseases ol' Camp Life.
Soldiurs, Citizen?, Malt-or Ecuialc, AJs't si
W1 fnJ t.i nittfff a ur Tntot iit Jt.ut vt
LaJ li'itiois for tlit-it ..Ui.ftrt m.raculou ufl-c's.
Ar.C Diseases HcaultiDg from Dis
eases of tho Liver and Di
Are cure I by
coflancTs German Bitterc.
Tim rit!trs I: t furii) 1 ni-tra Cur , v I 1 1 r
e.itfl ujlHtu. L.i- ni'ir? 'I aliiii' tiiy. Ii.it Mir in ti.
r "! to uu-b K r it, tluii any ciLt-rai IkIc iu tlvusi. t
Vfe d- fv atiy ore to cotitradut this aMH-iti .n. sol
WILL IMY fel,030
tj anv on w r.o wi'i (.ro-iuce a carttfr at; j u!
fiat Is livt iiui;ie.
WILL CIT.K l-VEP Y CAeS 0
Chronic or Hervons Debility
Ol aerra ti.e f l50 ine i-yat'l"m, r.-ulting from ,
of tuu Di"tiv 0:-tih :
Coufi.:it.ifi, lna ii'i ril'- l'uliii-r -f Iwlxotd to tl a B avi
A' t hrvof tii tituia- U. V.ii:"ii, H-riturii. I'tT'irt
loryei. x'u!io" -r H.-vht in tii a h. KJwvc
i-i n t .t ickiii -r I Iiirir-.-itiat th Tit wt
ib.r it BifiiMtU ! I H !. li'ir
ii- -i .in 1 Ii, rli- tilt iiht.j.:. 1-Iutt-r-if:;
at tlj.-tairt,l"hjW..: vr Mif-
t oTMlUl I" liitt!' u il 'U i j-
a i ...r 1 n ip-t iirt .'iiiwi.-w- ! ii'n,
Ihtt.t,- Wt-U I . .r. tit- f?)hi. r. v. r
an i Dull ltin iu thf il -a-l D- !i- i m ef
1 a, -ir.ti.Mti. V -!! u "I lJi kJll mipJ J...
lvin 111 thf M-lv-. :.irk. ( ij-I, I .t'U'm. Ar., j.J.J-. -i
f lu-L'-m itf H-:tt. HuriMhir 1:1 the IVb, i i:
a tjj.ij uji '1 of LmI. . ii'i jp.'dt Di.-jrtvu o j -at
T't tha Bitter is rtel Alo.ih Ai. r nUin
I.;k, and tfiiiol xiutka li Uinvai J, m
READ WHO SAYS GO.
tba K-t W. T. V r of Tjra. I
C!.ur h l'jil.iarl;iAa.;
;!... ma:i : 1 tmro t-t ti'Iy ti la til ng u !. tk
dif inline -(! t tl iiv ;;.:( n n. m 'nijjii I t -trHwii
ot (lit n i titiiA Mnlo'fii. NuiiHTfiii rtiiifti ta
rtr' 'inTii"iilfl ! fn-ti-U. :inl -..iin' ft i h in t-t"t. 1 at m
out r- iK f. ..i.i lhxoitaixl n ii. rn.. hi liitt r arra i-v
nfi;h .i 1 v vr-4'ti wh.-Ii.J tii-i t)tii!, un-l r
al-le M-r ti .ii uf tin'e l!itt-r- imlti -ti in-1 ti ta 1
n.n-t 'iif' that I huil hu uT' i-sioit t-t l'.l--ii! M i
from tl; thiw,nil mxl on" r(ui' k " l.itt. (. a ru'v
n.m- ;iis tw I u tv ('.tun oil aMfct itci and all ti iir
ajxiii tin t.,n. nihility in a aly way, an l tha I'-tid ri j a
wln h, 1 I'-ar. it to jiiitku tujttiy a oniifirin'd diuiik.:4i
Lpt-n Ir.tr ni nt; tint yuiir. a.t n ally a mwiiral prprnl'-a.
I t-t k it Mli ti.i i ffl.-vt. ltn action. ntt only uj-n tf
ina'ti. t ut njion tit fi'Tvon -t ni, jn-mj't aa)
fri.tfine- 1 l-t ihatt 1 hava drivi cr--t aud pwrfco
uttbl baotvHt Ir-Tu the .i ol a t. w Uitthn.
V.-rv r-M-M ttull v yniir-.
FVera tka Aa. K. l. tid.il1, An-Mant F htr.r CbriL
('hroiiH 1 Paii!.ihdi hia.
1 hue iVrin
th in n a pii-t
drtddfil' n-fd fp'in th'Mi-eof If -tfluri J
tiiid tffl ii i-iv nirc" to Tt- tttiiiiii i l
. i 1 1 1 ; 1 1 t I.-t : , t- h!l h!ij lilt etlitei.i-K
Ir-'Ui e- ti"i.l
raiic.ii'i i.i ist!
i.-t 1 1 v or fi ? i iii-aij aii-iiii; tivm u
iio Ir-t-r. Vjui ti ulv,
k. I). JtM-'AU-
Frum Ee. D. Itrr.:e. I'h-i.t uf the lVavun'. IF-Ut
n.iii-rh, rhii.id. jpi.ui.j
Im tin- m..Ty rp'-t.d U r"-'niiii'"i'l.it:5ii a t
Ir. Ihti .n i i.. nnaii rt;t'r.. 1 ri ;i iihi ;1 t ; Unin
a trial. Attr uini: iwfii.1 l-dt!. 1 t.-nnd th. nl m tn
r:Mi r"ivlv for th l-ililv, and a i:t.t . X'-ii:--!'! ww. tu
tho atuuiuih. I'- ilLIUUt.l..
From Kct. Wm. Hiniih. ftrir!v Pn-toTuf the Vuic-uMo
an-l Millvillc t N. J l'iptt l hiir,ii a
llnvins ntI in my fiiiiiilv a t.iitultr of botth- c yarr
HrH'tiiiiid k I m t iiiiiTi' Litt- r. I h.iw U My that I r-irm l
them n nu f-Xi I'llnit tut Tti inc. cwpoi-ially atlapt4! r
lii"e thfl ili-i.i.s thf nn rt tmiKiiilfd I'-r. Tl
rtrt'iiirthi-n an l iiuip-r.it thu Mtiin rliu d. hiliia'''.,
find a iv u-idiil in di.--i''lfri of tha liter. 1-- ..f jpjtft it A a
I h.ivn al- rc-)iuiui'iiili-l thein ! "Vf r.tl nl aiy tn-n .
aim Ici.a tried theni. mid t un I them crtl tctiulUsAal ia
tiie rettvrostioB wl lira Ilh. iiiur- tinly.
,vn tt., I'tiiUuJrria.
from Ibe Rsv. Jcscph H. Kennard, Tsstor of too Tenth
ltaptist t'hun b.
I ha. been frequently rei-to-stisl to connect my name
w'th couilll'-nilaliolis of dillereltl killila of tio-dH-lB-s, I lit
rcpirdi n Ibe pni, lii-e as cut i f my a ropiiate splo-re, 1
have ir. ali cases declined; l-ut with acb-ar prsjt hi various -iii-t.-inccs.
and particularly in my own fan il y. of tho use.
fulness of lir. Ibadlatrd'a Oermati Kilters, 1 eVpart bir '
oni-e- freni my tisiml course, to express niy full eomictioe
Th; for peneral tlebility cf tbe s stem, aad eses-:allj ler '
Lirt-r ('oiiiplaint, it is a sate and valuable prcpamtiou- It
some cases il may fail : but u-uallr. I doubt 0M, rt will be '
very la-tuficial to iIiom- who sulb-r Irotu the above oua-a.
Yours. v,-rv res--'tiiillv.
J. II. KhNN AM), Lihih lelow Coata -.
riiilad. lpliia, bet-. St, ISil.
Rev. J. S. Herman, of the Oerunn Prf tm Ckitrch
Kutztowii, Berks e unty. I'a., was cu'ed e' ko Dyspep.u. '
of twenty yearn staniliii-j.
A.M. Soinu'ler. Eli'-T i.f Hie 'hU. ri-l, o.'il V olSh
Sixth sir-et, I'biladi'lpbu., says this Itiiters wiu. reccon
mended to him by a medical friend, and six 1 .allies ssssd
him of rvuiplcte prostrale'ti of tho tietvou.. sy.t.ai.
Itev '3, Newton Frown. II. !., Editor of tbe Karyeiooe
is of Kelnuotis Kiiowledgo and Chriatmu tkieuicie
Ki-v. Thomas WinU-r, D. D., Pa-it--r .r Koiboroii,k Bap
tist t bur. h.
K t, Ia-vi O. Tli-rk, l'astor of ; m Baptist Cburrb. TesB
la-rt in, N.J., lorui. tlyof llieN ;rfh Itipiisl Chun h. Phil
del- Inn, at prewnt t'aetoi of t'-e baptist Church, Chester
These gentlemen express. I.itb strongost terms, fAeU
favorable opiuiou of thee Ml tela.
fW S-o that '.be statiiro of C. M. JACKS-"'
the wnpe-rof l-ncll ImiIIIm.
PrT" Humid vottr neai '-et Dru(;i,t md have tbe article
do not be put oil Lv b"T i t the iul- xici tliu reparatMns
that may be oil. r-d in i- pla. e. but scn.i to us, aud o
will forward, tax uree-r.i-.i-. -d, by cvpicss.
1'kiscii-ai. On -i'tMi Mantfactort,
No. 63HVJJU STREET,
l-iiii.Ai r.i.Piii.tt pa.,
Jones CL Evans,
Sur rsMrt In t . M JAIKIOM f O I
For ssle I v lit,.
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