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OTTAWA FKEE TKlDEii: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1873.
FLOUR BY THE ATTBITION FBOCESS. A few mouths ago wo mentioned the nitinu- laoturc of Hour ly a new process known as the "Minnesota Patent." The advantage claimed for the proees.s was, that it made flour equal to the best white winter out of the coin mouest varieties of Pimmr wheat. Whether ti took so much more spring w heat to make a barri l as to bring its cost up to "best white winter" or not, we are unable to state; at all events, "Minnesota patent" Hour in the mar ket h;u been higher than white w inter, and whatever advantage the new process may be K) the manufacturer, it has thus far been none to the consumer; nor to the farmer, as far as we can learn, in raising the price of spring to an approximate equality with white winter wheat. Sow another new process 'u discovered, called the "Attrition Process." A mill for the manufacture of Hour by this process has U-eii erected at U02 Clark street, Chicago, and in a lengthy article in the last Sunday Tribune we have a description of the mill and process. The latter is thus described : The w heat hav ingbcuii conveyed to the top stftry, inhere receives a complete cleansing, and then passes to the floor below, where it takes it first "dressing." Having passed through a num. her of cleansing and pressing machines and become thoroughly rid of the impurities, it passes into a series of discs or chambers, and then follows the pulverizing process. And the pulverizing is the most curious part of the operation, and its nust essential feature. Without it, attrition flour would be unknown to the market. The operation differs entirely from the old methods to which the world has clung for ages, and to which many diseases have been traced. Wheels in the interior of t tie discs revolve at great speed, and a strong current of compressed air is discharged into tiiem in such a way as to act in contrary di rectious. In these various discs, the particles of wheat are ground wholly by attrition among themselves "while suspended and whirling with great velocity in a multitude of sorticcs and in powerful currents of cold air." It then runs as perfect flour into the barrel. In all the stages of tho process the main idea is held in view, and all the chemical elements of the wheat arc retained iu the flour. The attrition and the preliminary and subsequent operations attain this object to the fullest de gree. The advantage claimed for flour manufac tured by this process is, that it has "all the merits of Uraham flour and none of its ob jections," being a w hite, sweet, fine flour, yet robbed of none of its nutritious qualities as flour manufactured by the old process is al leged to be. Whether this process makes good flour out of poor wheat or cheapens the article of good Hour to the consumer, or in any way, on tho dollar and cent question is an advantage, we arc not informed. Foreign News. Kiiglaiul. The further hearing of the "everlasting Tichborne case" has been adjourned for one year. Shipments of bullion to the U. S. continue. ijilOO.UOO were shipped on the 15th. The English expedition against Ashantee (a nigger kingdom adjoining Dahomey on the west coast of Africa, near the equator) had penetrated to the heart of the country and defeated the negroes in a fierce battle on the river Prah, and burned five of their vil lages. The Euglish press take a lively interest in the American-Cuban question, and have daily lengthy editorials about tho Virginius chfll culty. The general tone of opinion is, "that the execution of the Virginius captives has virtually decided the fate of the island," and that tho U. S. ought at once to recognize its in dependence of Spanish rule. Frame. The assembly has been excited all week over the report of the committee on the pro longation of McMahon's term. On the loth the committee made their report proposing to prolong his term for five years. On Mon day, McMahon sent a message to the assembly asking for seven rears, and thereupon the 'onitaittec modified their report to meet his views. Thereupon M. Koubcr, on the 18th, moved to refer the question of prolongation of the resident's power to a plebescite, (vote q the people.) Tkis excited a stormy debate, but was finally rejected by a largo majority. The report of tho committee (making the term neven years) was then adopted, and a committoe w as appointed to report on a con stitutional bill, defining tho President's pow er, functions, &.c. Spain. There have been no notable movements of the Carlists during the week, the impression being, that in the event of war with America, Spain would speedily be united as one man under C'astelur. Diplomatic movements are kept very quiet, but the general impres sion is that Castelar will tender bh ample apology to the U. S. and remove Joctllar as Captain General of Cuba. !!. The Italian parliament met at Home on the lth and Victor Emannel delivered his open ing speech. In the course of his address he said: Home enn betomc the capital of Ita ly without encroaching upon the indepen dence of the Pope, but "should the support ers of the Papacy attack us, the nation is ready to repel them. Germany and Italy arc enlisted, ond the friendship of Austria is sincere." Peoria is welling over with excitement about an article iu the last Svixhtg Timet pretend ing to give a history of a scan. may. case in which a lady of that city is concerned. The Peorians insist their lady is the innocent victim and the Chicago runner the fraud. A bis libel suit against the Time is threatened. The pMprrs all around us arc cautioning their renders to have no dealings with the "Uni:i Furnihing Con'pany of Chicago." It scenu to be a s indie of tin gift enterprise f ecie. HOME MATTERS. Fanners' Convention, The La Salic County Farmers' Convention met at the City Hall, in Ottawa, yesterday af ternoon, J. S. Armstrong, president, in the chair, and II. L. Mead, secretary, at his post. Tho attendance was small. John S. Arm strong and Joseph Hart were appointed dele, gates to tho State Association, and after some formal business, the meeting adjourned. Lively Times in the Circuit Court. END OF THE FBEDENBUBGH CASE DAM AGES, $1. THE OUiHTON CAS K O I EN I Si ft WITH A KNOCKDOWN AND PISTOLS. A Lively Episode Hull unit O'llrirn It. lllco.c. THE FUKliKMlCHulI ( ASM. On Friday of last week the Circuit Court be gan the trial of the suit brought by I. If. Frcden Imrgh vs. The City of Ottawa, for $.1,000, for the killing of liis foii, Henry Freilonburgh, on the 17th of July INTO, by the overturning of a side walk at the east of I ox river bridge, during a violent tempest. The caso excited much atten tion, and was not closed until Wednesday even ing, when it went to the jury with the best aspects that lawyer btipp could give it on his bide. The jury, after being out a long time, re turned a verdict of one dollar for the piaintifl, thus merely saddling the costs on the city. THE OlOHTON' Ml ltDHlt CASE. Oa Thursday the triul of the case of The Peo ple vs. Ouguton was begun. The legal battle began with a lively personal rencontre between Win. W. O'Brien, Esq., of Peoria, employed for the prosecution to assist States Attorney Muyo, and E. F. Hull, Esq., with Bushnell, for the de fense. From Mr. Bull's statement it would appear that he invited his witnesses to meet him and relate what they knew of the ease, but some how he found them at OB'rien's room, nt the Clifton. A scene ensued and a conflict, during which Mr. O'Brien violently ejected Mr. Bull from the room and drew a revolver on him, and imrsuatlnl htm to go rather suddenly downstairs. O'Brien chums that he invited Bull to enter, and as Bull became bellicose, had to put him out. In the afternoon, when the Court met to begin the trial of this case, Mr. Bull made a statement to the effect, that on entering O'Brien's room, the latter said iu a violent, emphatic and profane manner that " He'd be damned If tho witnesses should leave his room;" and on being reminded of au order of the Court in the premises, he said, " Ho didn't care a damn for the order of tho Court." The Court No attorney who has been guilty of using such language should be permitted to prosecute before this Court. O'Brien arose excitedly and demanded to be heard before being tried. The Court -Oh! of course you shall. O'Brien What this fellow says about me using profane language as to his witnesses leaving my room and as to the order of the Court is false. Bushnell Mr. O'Brien, I know you of old you are known all over the state as a very dan gerous men. O'Brien Bull came into my room and excited ly said, " I know your tricks this won't do." I said, if he could not behave himself like a gentle man he must leave. I can prove this by live wit nesses. I ordered him out and then he struck me and I pushed him out. It i false that I said anything profane, and when he says so he utters what is false. The Court I cannot hear Uiis I have no bus iness with it. Let this trial proceed. O'Brien Bull assaulted lue in a blackguard manner. Bull This this man from Peoria is unworthy of in v notice. I nm not here to bandy epithets. I believe that some of his witnesses would tell the truth. Hn struck me tirst, and afterwards, when in the hall, drew a revolver on me. He, a prosecutor of a criminal, draws a deadly weapon himself. O'Brien is a bad man, a dangerous man, this is his reputation throughout the state, and ought not to lie allowed to practice. His whole conduct in this affair mis rullhmly. Ho is delib erately stating what he knows to be false when he denies having struck tirst. O'Brien is a blood thirsty villain and scoundrel and hired assassin, and has done things which would send him to the penitentiary if proven. Here the prosecutor and the Court Win cocc interfered. The Court said this trial must go on. I will not hear this, and ordered both attorneys to be seated. O'Brien again arose and rujled for an investi gation Into his character. " If what Bull says be true, 1 am guilty of contempt of Court." The Court Sit down, sir. This ease must be tried, and iu u gentlemanly manner. Mayo moved thut W. W. O'Brien, of Peoria, tie admitted to prosecute with him in this cause. The Court, granting the motion, remarked that in allowing it the assistant prosecutor became an officer of the Court, and must not be an advo cate to win by any means, but a sort of judge. Bull desired that O'Brien be disarmed, and agreed to disarm himself if O'Brien would. As he carried no weapons, he was already disarmed. O'Brien said he had heard that Bull was a coward and carried weapons to shoot him, (O'B.) The Court said he would known how to keep order, and would enforce decent behavior. The cinpanneliiig of the jury was then begun. All of Thursday afternoon and all day yesterday were consumed in getting a jury, three still lacking at o'clock. BrsiNR-s Men's Assoc ith. It is hoped there will be a full meeting of the Business Men's Association at the Court Hoii-e on Monday cvcniiur. Besides some interesting reports of committees and other important business that will come before it, Mr. F. T. .Tones, President of the Sherwohd Wood Manufacturing Company of Chicago, will have an important proposition to submit in reference to removing the works of thnt Important company to Ottawa. It employs 100 men regularly beside purchasing large amounts of raw material. The assistance it asks from Ottawa is very email, it is believed, com- pared to the magnitude of the concern. To the Subordinate Orangrs of La Ball Co, The nest regular meeting of the La Salle ( oun. ty Union Grange will tie held In Lynch' Hall, south of the Court House, in the city ol Ottawa, on Fridav the twelfth d-jv of Iecembrr next, at i o'clock r. m. All county pup.rs requested to copy. Jons O. lKNT. See. At about this time in lNiT, when gold was but little dearer than at present and when Andrew Johnson was president, live hogs were worth in the Chicago market t! to 10 cts. per pound and corn .V..'.i0 rts. per buslu I. But happily e got rid of Old Andy and have hud a blissful reign of radicalism ecr since. le:di-ig to the present mag nificent price. ;l;isl)loei' Strike The glass makers of Pittsburgh are M& strike, and by their action the strike feversceinj to have spread all over the country among the. Hower? of glass, not even exempting those of our own' city who, though not on a strike, for the jd vin reason that our works have not yet commenced operations, are evidently leaning thut way. The Wnkhj LaHr Tribune, of the tith inst., published at Pittsburgh, has the following: The Pittsburgh glass manufacturers held a meeting on Wednesday, to discuss the question of resuming work. The men are resolved to de mand war wages if the factories are kept shut down after December I. They justify their de mand for last year's card on the fact that stocks of glass have greatly declined, and that prices have advanced from tHiimd 5 off to 1(0, and in some cases to card rates. The manufacturers are be ginning to manifest anxiety for the resumption of work. The blowers are altogether indifferent, and are as resolved as they were three months ago to do no more work until last year's prices are obtained. The question of a National Union is becoming the subject of earnest discussion be tween the Unions East and West. The desire for such Union seems strong enough, and the only hindrance is the means for carrying out the pur pose. It is quite probable that means will be provided this winter, and that by spring we will have the groundwork of a national organization. We have in Pittsburgh able and competent men to do all that work. While we are the friend of the laboring man ourselves, from force of circumstances perhaps, finding it necessary to earn our bread by mental and manual labor, we have in very rare instances been able to see that any advantages were de rived to laboring men by forcing an Increase of wages from their employers by what are call ed "strikes." This will be a hard winter for laboring men. The manufacturers will not want for food, shelter or clothing, either for themselves or their families. But how many of the laboring men are thus fortunately situated V Manufac turers, owing to the tenderness and care of the republican party, are so protected that they can always Unci some one's nose that they can hold to the grindstone and make it profitable. To the laboring man no such privilege is given. Things should be taken as they are, and if wrong reme died at the right time and place and in the proper manner. That time is, in most cases, at the annual elections, the place at the polls, and the manner by means of the ballot. Elect men to office who will work for the repeal of protec tive tariffs and the abandonment of all class leg islation. This in a general way. In the case of the Pitts burg glass blowers, however, by whom the prices at Ottawa appear to be regulated, it seems the employers, on a reduced stock and with advan cing prices, have combined to reduce the wages of the glass blowers or operatives. In such a case there is clearly no course left to the blowers but to meet combination by combination. "What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander." When the employers combine to strike down wages instead of letting the laws of trade regulate them, then the other side, have clearly no recourse but to strike also to keep them up. THE STKEATOi; l'Kl.E 1K.HT! Dentil of One of the I'lirlles Arrests, ie. The city of Creator tinds itself just now agita ted from centre to circumference on account of a prize fight which came off on Tuesday morn ing of last Week, about two miles from that city, in the edge of Livingston county, just over the boundary line. The principals in this brutal contest were two coal miners, one named J. W. Kodgers and the other John Lewis, lingers had but lately arrived at Streator from the west, and prided himself in bearing the name of the "Cali fornia pet." Lewis was considered a very scien tific, and, as the slang of the prize ring hath it, "a game chicken." The inducement to the beastly contest, besides flic ;.; (save the mark!) involved was ifloO. At S o'clock the light began and lasted -IT min utes, with all the usual barbarous incidents, by which time Lewis, on the call for the forty-sev enth round, fell fainting, the blood coining from his mouth, and the "sponge," the token of de feat, was thrown up by his seconds. About 1.10 persons witnessed this shameful n flair. Lewis was carried oil' in a dying condition, and expired in great agony on the Friday evening following. The law on the subject of prize lighting is pretty strict and iu substance, as follows: By section of the act of Ii'.i, ' to prevent prize flighting," any person who shall engage in a prize light, or train or prepare himself for n prize fight, or be second or umpire, surgeon or reporter, shall, on conviction, be sent to the penitentiary for not less than one nor more than ten vears. As soon as it was know n that Lewis had died from his injuries there was a lively scattering of these IK) spectators, ,V;c., and though a majority of the crowd got away, a goodly number are in limbo, Including our friend Will. H. Clark, re porter of the ftreator Vr., who, it is alleged, was present and reported the entire pro ceedings, which appeared in a lengthy and ex citing narrative in his paper the Saturday follow ing. Mr. Clark, we believe, claims that report ing is his legitimate occupation, and as it is an honorable culling, the means by which he gains his board, coffee, clothes a ml lodging, he does not recognize the constitutionality of any legis. luttve enactment which assumes to punish him for pursuing his own proper business, which in itself is as legitimate and useful to the age as that of the lawyer, doctor or minister of the gos pel. Hi: certainly has right and justice on his side and the good wishes of the community. A Xovki. Whiuuno. On a Wednesday even ing recently a novel wedding took place. Itvva beneath an apple tree, by the pub: light of the silver moon, at a romantic spot a few miles south of Ottawa. The bride was the lovely Miss Kate Ebersol, and the groom, I)r. J. S. liordon. The joyful collide have our best wishi can make life happy. And now, while in the delicious pleasures of the honeymoon, we sing for them with tho poet: Oh! Time of ML-! To equal this Olvmnus strove in vain! oh! Happy pair! Oh! Happy fair! Oh! Happy! Happy swuiu! Cai oht a Wol.F. One day lately Messrs. Fob lett and Moss, of Deer Park, seared a gray or timber wolf tit of the woods near Mr. Follett's, and getting out their horses and dogs, gave his lupine highness a royal chase of about four hours' duration. They ran him to Starved Kock and being unable to scale its giddy heights, lie turned back, and was captured and killed on the Jerry Armstrong farm, near the place w Ih-iicc he started. Wintek Though the "cold snap" "f two weeka ngo relented on Saturday and Sunday, and we had a day or two of " Indian summer," old Boreas resumed the reins on Monday, ami wr have decidedly win'erish weather sim e. The thermometer on Thursday night dropped down to l above, the canal is closed for good, and the grcatt r part of the river is i Io-e.l w ith ice. To. d.iv i Fridafi the weather h.is n:.!r:iTt 1 ami in- idlc.itct ir.otlter !b.i. A Terrific Fox Hnnt. They tell us of a most huge fox hunt which re cently exercised the hunters and hounds of Sere na. We give the account as we received it. One morning lately Mr. Parr's dogs started a fox it was thought. Hank P. got out his hounds and hunters, hired men and a few neighbors, and 4ft"i it'ijour days' chase, treed the cunning beast in a holhvvr log. Then setting a trap for him, went to'a'rtffighbor's who set out a keg of alo to the boy. ?'y did justice to that subject and visited the t'r.il,v before daybreak next morning, where they foniid the fox, w hich proved to be a contemptible1 wood-chuck! On Hearing their friend's house to get some consolation out of t he keg, they saw It standing on the porch, when Hank, frightened out of his wits, exclaimed, "Run, boys, run, there's a bear!" They skedad died for home. Ou the way Jim Blake's fighting dog "THir.ii" interviewed the fox hounds and killed three of them, and Hank P. has resigned ns a foxist. To-Dvy. We call attention to the advertise ment of T-1),i;i in another column. This paper seems to have laid out a path for itself, aiming to furnish a finely-illustrateu paper at a price that places it within reach of all Intel, ligelit readers, and sparing no expense to secure the best reading matter for its patrons. Added to this, the sound judgment and ex quisite taste that is shown in its selection of Premium Chroinos enables agents to offer in dueemei.ts that are Irresistible. Last year Mrs. Anderson's "Just 9o High" was the subject, and few thought it could be excelled, but now the publishers conio forward wita another charming child picture, " Little Sun shine," by the same artist, and also a Chromo of one of the celebrated Birkct Foster's most beau, tiful landscapes in water-color. Each subscriber has a choice of either one of the above named chroinos, and we do not exaggerate when we say that neither one could be purchased for less tiiah seven dollar. 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Clenhorn, I) D., nt the residence of Ktnra I.von, Ksii iln this city, on the 'jut h Inst., Mr. WILLIAM V. Ur'IN AOI.K. f l.lvlnesloncountv. III., to Miss I LAltlN DA K. DILLS WITHKKWAX.of Ottuwa. EHrU. In Philadelphia. November 13th, IIAIIIIAUA A N V A .1A (oiiY, wile id K. .lacoby, Jr and daughter of Uev. Thomas Powell, ol Ottawa, 111. At her home. In this city, MAHY A., wlio of William Moore, aged i yenrs. Bhc was a native of Lenimlngton, Kngland. and had been a resident of this country Blnce 1Vi. tihe was the mother of eight children. A conscientious christian, a faithful meinour of the Kplscopal Church, sho died In the faith of her religion, and left a n-aonl of a useful lire and a large circle of mourning friends. Ncto SlMicrMscmnus. ' HEWjSTOUE! have uow opened my Jiew btore, No. 6 Court St. Where I shall be glad to see all my old Mends and as many new ones as may favor ma with a calf. My Stuck is all Now and iiartios pun hain C.ood. ol me can f.id ss.urea that they are get ting entirely fresh go jus. My slock t Press ioods, White Linens, Napkins, Towels, Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Scarfs, Hosiery, (J loves, Lace Col'.ar. Ladles' SIIK Ties, IHbhons. and all kind of fancy goods. l rompleia. I hll alsc mvp a complete stock ol Broadcloth, Doeskin & Cassimere. I have ulso a good iUx k (it BOOTS AND SHOES. I shall alio keep as GOOD GROCERIES for li tltij 1 A my hot! In ortawn. nl will pi:ipvnr V :t!l n; nt rut cnt'Mi nn niiy iMMinrmi.e mrrraam in un-1 . 7. $20 SAVED! 'Jo meet the urenl ttemautl of the timet the I'l-OKKNt r: SKWlMJ MACHINK COMPANY hays iletermineit to REDUCE PRICES, atift trill hereafter sett their 4V6'.7 .1nchine for S'e-'it unit other ilytvt in iroportion. THE FLORENCE it the O.VLY SeHiHtr .? far hint that ftett the work baekwartl unit forwnnl, or to riff hi ami left, at the jturehnttr may 'refer. Jl hat been irrentlv IM f'liO VJ-M H.7 r.H7. FIK), ami it far better than any other J(a- chint in the mai-Art. it in ow tiii: ih:ai'i:mt. Florence ,. Matt.,. Yov, , 73. stpentt wanted. RICH FA KM IMJ- LANDS! FOIl SAI.K vkp.y cheap: Tin: ih:kt TYi-:T:i::vr. No Fluctuations! Always Improving iu Value! I hi' W eallh ol the ( oiiutry Is msde by the Advance In ileal ata(. 7OW 'PIIM 'PIMM! .Millions of acres nf the finest lauds on the Continent, In Kiitkun Nkiuuska, mis l"T sHle-msiiy of them never Ixc lure In Uo maikct-at prices that DKh 11 O.VIPKil HON. Fire and Ten Years Credit Given, with Interest at Six per oent. The Land (irant Ih.ndsol the Company taken at par for land'. I hay can new In puichssed at a large discount. T Full pnrtleulars clven, new (iulde with new .lnps maiu'o nt. , i.) auirfsini u. r. p.vi, Laud Ccmmlsrloner 1'. P. It. li., UllAlIt, N k n. Address i;. M. Ilaltlmore, Ml. FIUKSIDK Kl,,: Made by 11 IJ M !: . A 'I'M' I . produce the Isriiest llirbt. Can lie us'-d on any coal oil lump, l or sale by nil laaip dealers. 1 U A DAV KUiuautced to A'.'tit .,! v.; M-Lt.ivAX i n., a hi. ram M "1 JbYCHOM ANC'V.OKSOI'L ( IIAI!MIN(i."-llowelth. I er sex may Issi-lnst'.' at d nlii the love and ttflectlon of any pernon they choose, lniutly. This stmplo nientul acquirement all can poswss, free, by mall, for t cents ; to. L-ethiT with a Marrt.iL-e Uuld.., Kvnllun Orach, lireains. Hints to l.adlia. A qm-er book. Iiiu.imi sold. Address T. WILLIAM A ( O , PutilUhi-rs, Philadelphia. WOMEN Ac. Infhelrown localities, laruis, ac l utrKhK. MKN.Idrls and Itovs wanted In sell our Kreneh shd Ameri can Jewelry, Uooks, liiimes, NocnpliRlti.d.-d. at-tlouue, P. tl. VK'KKItr .V Co., August. Mulue. 'i.i:iin 4 DVIUtT puirr. bent by until lor i"x' , l u. KM, ti; i:T'i io. ho Addrrsst.KO. P. UOW. 41 Park How, New York. GIFTE iV-ifi ENTERPRISE Cn'-7 Eeliab!o Sift Distribution in the Count: L 1). SINK'S TWKNTIKTH PKOSIMHTlS F0U 1ST 1. The comlu;; year promises to be the most eventful In a political sensv that we have seen since the close ol the war. The Questions which have engrossed and divided the public mind ilurlin; the past twenty years are rapidly passing away, and wo And giowlm; up In different part of tan country a ptfrty called by various namos in California the Independent party, In Iowa the Ana-Monopoly party, la Wisconslnithe lieform party, In Illinois tho Farmers' Move ment having a common purpose and Inspiration, and ex hibiting a sirciiKth which prove that it answers one of the chief demand or the hour. TUK I fft'.'AUO TKfBCS.V will Rive a larije share of Its attention to this .VA H'Jf.l.V FKiT.l riu.V OF I'VIiUti SF.STMKXT. It bold : 1st. That the old party organizations are cs-ieutlally cor rupt and fraudulent. Having no lonpT any principles to tarry Into ctlert, they have become mere buslnes tnter- prises, making a show of opposition to each other, but really sharing In the proceed of profligate and dishonest legislation. To suppose that any healthful reform can Sow from the pretended etrort of these worn-out and demoral ised partnerships ts altogether vain and lllusary. 'jd. That tho tariff system now In vague Is a cuunlnz de vice to rob the many for the benefit of the few, and that Its effect la to cause farm product to exchange for about oae balf the quantity of foreign or "protected" goo!s tlwy would otherwise buy. ;;d. Thnt rsllrosda cannot exact moie than a ia.i rate of interest on the capital nctuully invested In them, and that when, In addition to this, they claim dividends on, watered stock and fraudulent bonds, Uie State may right fully Interfere for the protection of the people ; that unat discriminations between different localltlu Hie in violation of laa- and should ho prohibited. 4th. Thnt subsidies or bounllt a of money, la;id, or publ.o credit, to railway, steamship or other corporations, are 'la grant abuses of the powers of government, fraught wltrt the gravest danger to the people, and tending to promob corrupfion, evtravsgance, speculation and flnanclsl d' sa-dcr. 'The generul character of Till: ir.i'.') Tl.'ll A A" is too wi ll established to need reca;. dilution. It li aiwayi Indi pemleut and lear!e In the expression of Its views. 1 i Its new department it Is sreond to no paper In the I'liirel States. The Weekly hdlthm contains a carefully prepare.' summary of the neat rd the week, brought down to t!:. hour of going to press. Literary, political, financial, social and agricultural W;i lcs will coiiitltiite, us heretofore, leading features of t:; Weekly Kdliloti, and no pains will Uo spared to Increase '.'.: atlrsctlveress In these departments. Its market rep.,rt aro unanrpassed, embracing all the tnfornia'ton whlcJ farmers require for the Intelligent transaction ol buslnesa, both as sellers and buyers. TUK Wt.'KKI. V Tlillll .VA'H a Urge eight-page s!-e', of trie same size as the Dally Tribune, consisting of fifty -.x column of closely-printed matter, and, a alamllynewi paper and Its gei.era) nuke-up. Is unsurpassed by any javr in the land. TUK Tlillir.VK will be furnished during the ea.-u ai year at the following rates, payable in advance: WKKKLY TKIIU'SE. single opy fire Copies Ten I oples r ii teen uopies twenty Copies DAILY TKIIirSK. $ 2.M 7 i 1 l.s) is. r. As Dally Kdltlcm. ne year Aunday Kaitloa, one year Till-WKLKLY TiiUU Nii HnglaCopy, oneyiar 8ubcrlber to the Weekly, previous to January 1. 1-rri, Willi entitled to the paper Irom date of subscription to January 1, lslS. Poaituastn.-s and others i inning iulw may r'ta.n '.J cent, on all iubertpt!Mi. and dd single co;ile at Ci-. J rates aftrr Ihey are formed. IlenilttaC'-s may be mad'1 by draft, money or.ii-r. ... registered letter, a! onr rlk. !lOf-lii "loi Went I'rce. (.in- post otnVe address In full. Includinj state ai l co, i 'ty.and address THIIU NK COMPANY. I hfcag.i. 111 t" siiiale conies nr sale and autf rlnllnn reeelveo ! (Kniaii A llar'iMsn, iltaa a. III. ''A Repossitcry of Fashion. Fleasura an t ' Instruction." . D. G. CTKANE. trtawa. Nov. '.Md. lfT.'-'f s? 5 Til a. " ; U -.2 cs, t -DAY." 5 TUK PKOPLK'SlI.Lt STIfATKI) PAl'F.l!. 0 I a Ih'iruugMv A:iieni n enterprise. Illns ir.it-d by the irwliiig artists, and terming with the U-st etb.rta of the emst able wrl- ler of onr country. It I pp-r Uiat. once Introduced in t'ljefamll) cimr. Is sure Bin be eagerly wat twd for and carefully pre- s r a 3 B) B "-1 To tie I'rawa Thursday, Jan iary 1st, UTi. 200,000,00 In Valuable Gifts! GKaXD CAPITAL PK1ZE. $20,000 IX (.I.KKXILM'KS! ONK l.i:AMt'AU PlllK. $10,000 IX (JIIIIKXHACKS! ONE CASH PRIZE, $1000 in GREENBACKS! j CI... .Lav .!.Y HARPER'S BAZAR. Noli. of Iht 1'rrw. T! I'.utt t.Mite.. mUli 4 roiitnhuM-m ul tftrt an 1 , i it At M'l.lou, rlii'l 'n ny h'ini. ; :M Tt.; I'w.'it ! he tirm ol Hie Kr't r;4 of f!U-m. -7'j-ir. "Pie I'a cnmipfn'in i't"If cvry ltvuiVr nf t.:- mUi lim.. to tin , liii'ken h (!nll ami prrtiy ptrtu W UiH youn Initim hr l' fiMl.a ;!jU' In rn.U- varlrty. tit pr.ivMcht tiinimn I y t; iat:ert hr the chi!i!:rD iotiifv. to iifsff r-M.i. .' ty lis rMiut d n lr e-.ii brjul'rt4 !iittr ai-1 l'iuiio4 drri4iu :. Bjt t r.liii niaiu-r of t(t H i nnifurmly ol vi'te-l-tirf. It p,r Um at'ilrtl whl ptfa!rttv tor t x One Priw, S3.0O0.002: Six Prlws, $1,000,005 Ten Priiea, $500,002 mum v. Jirr It r lt 'tmg H'tfrs o, o'.'; V.M f II hi 1, A Ml I'.n H!PTIOXs.-t;i. Terms i II. lets' Bi. one year II i'I fine Include prepsyoient nf I'nihd Ma'ea p'a; " ths put.'.sl.er. Sirrr'ptlon to M.ii-tVs M.vix, WriaLT H..s. to i.m a-hlrr. li one irar, :oi; or. two of Hi sier's 1'ri.HlTa s. to one fcd:r tor on yei. rs.i- r , . . . ,. , . . , at navalie b the ut.-rilser at th ottlce nbert rece:v-i r,.ln M!r Vea' l!n. lid and I'a-iMs) pla-ed w :.-.! " ' .. , ""n r ware. Jalry.e ,c. I Aa Ktrra CorT of eiih-r the Mauaiial. w.it H o ili THREE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL irz&l CHROMOS 5 o"- r er lasul Isjlvsn ti.earh niarr!lr,lit.: o M " J, ,r So Muni sn.l Ll iti t Hi x.hiv t wo org. 3 nrailTltuK lilld Pletuns. by Mia. Andernon, oa 2. t and Aaoau tub Iiawuaopsi. a l-sutlfui s nirkct i'...t..r. . p...... -,- ;'.- , "i All onr ax-nt iistb c.im m aacn, ana I ar nr.-. ,r-,l U. deliver litem to.'tli-r wltu - . , , &,.l,a a . ....i..- ..T.-t h ik. oia &iit ' s-1 "-. u ub ir. at U.e time wir llH.lier is pa'U. Ti. .... ii,i.-h . -ii, n. i " 1 " r ' . . . Arenia w.nte.i Trj l.er. and liberal in 1 Vn..le ri' rnt r.irta . Tl keu limited l- ,ts..w. j .;,,., ..,a. h. !.;: rinlttai- or. Siv .)!- B duenn-nts oflered. ampie c.i..s. wltti; .f NIS TKI TO K1.I. TIIKKIN, t i 0 v. vtihoat Ttra ropf ; p."'aie paaile 1-r the i r.. II l,, I .r. it rimr'iillnn ul lhi.hr(. I a. 1.1 ..I lrl I.T, I I h . TtSl P. 1 t.flr r,lT(.fl. ..... - m b O til l.ltMTIll I rriiiinms ..( w .is,B. , P ? msK-iiUurentitolMicnU. 1 Tiekt. 10- Twelve , Pvk n-iru' rcn hesapplte-1 at a.y ti ne, tjrstnjleroplr. for sale. n1 .ubis-rip-lon ree-tvrd by , SmgU TickeU 12 Si I TlCietl ,10 TWl i ,,,.,., ,!a1.. for '1 J- 1 0u.i Hirm!i.tttawa, ill. "-': i j Ticket 120 ; Twenty-BT 1VJ. Mi tAi'-.i';i,i''srtfni:t Sem i m ""i"' i ( irr !af crnt .lu'ei a full hst el prt-a. a dsrilptlon ot .-. . loih. vld b - -ul by eprea. ireism pri.i, . I the Biana-r of erawmr. aud other alorn..ti in in rrterenre f ;.'eai h. . to tha Hi.trihatb u. will I - til tj any o e ursf-rrii taeaa. , xvta.-roo !l area's Bss ' la' ce:.- a yw.. A.i iei:e.- um.1 be addreased i. I 1 . - 1--. w, , , maM 4.j ,t Ih, ,u viN-r'a soo.-e. t.. No, ( lu illtlMti. . ' Malaomce. HI W. f! t.1 M. .'.' Addtrs H ACPEIt HKOTHEi:. Ne To: a. l ll" n'-'ru- . :: ir, i i r. I . ' ........ I v- ..." avilude; ly .V A it Apr MAS. and t ucb-e louu'e:, ' uaa k llaiT-aa . ismit II perns.-'. Win I'.L