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OTTAWA FJIEE TKAtiK. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1873.
BUDGET Oh FUN. Touch on the I'lah, A tluvout clergyman sought every oppor tunity to impress upon the mind of liia son the tact thnt Ood takes care of all his rcat unH; that tlie falling sparrow attracts His attention, and that J I is loving kindness Is over nil His works. Happening, one. day to see a crane wading in quest of food the good man pointed out to his son the perfect adaptation of the crane to get his living in that manner. "Hee," said he, "how his legs are formed for wading ! What a long slender bill he has! Observe how nicely he folds liis feet when putting them in or drawing them out of the water! He does not cause the slightest ripple! He is thus enabled to approach the lish without giving them any notice of his arival." "My son," said he, " it is impossible to look at that bird without recognizing the goodness of God in thus pro viding the means of subsistence." "Yes," replied the boy, "I think I sec the goodness (if (Sod, at least so far as the crane is con cerned; but after all, father, don't you think the arrangement little tough on the lish?" A lift fairly Won. .Said liill to Richard the other day: "Did you ever hear how tough hided I am?" "I never did," sud Hick. Tougher than common folks V" "J reckon 'tis, a few. I'll bet you the cigars, J i c k , that you may take a cowhide and lay it upon my bare skin, as bard and as long as you like, and J won't even flinch." "Done! I'll take that bet. If I don't make you squirm like a half-skinned eel the first cut, 1 in sadly mistaken." "Von take 'the bet then i do." "Well, wait till I go up stair, and get my bear-skin, and" "Oh, oh! your bear-skin ! No, no, that's not what I meant." "Don't care what you meant; it's a fair bet fairly won. My bare skin is my bear skin, and nothing else." "I'll give in," said Dick, looking foolish and flabbergasted. As Oi'EMXii Speech The Erie (Ta.) i Amercer is responsible for this: "In the early days of Pithole, the pious oil men thought it necessary to have a Nabbath school. One of the leading young men was chosen superin tendent. The position was new to him, but he determined not to shrink from the responsibility. Thinking that it would be proper for him to make a little opening speech, he cleared his throat and started in as follows: 'Children, you arc ycry fortun ate in being born in a Christain land. There nre thousands in the world not so fortunate. It is peculiarly gratifying to know that you live in that portion of the earth where the rock pour3 forth rivers of oil. Now, my dear children, there's the Mormons, they worship oldMorm; there's the Mahonimedans, they worship old Mahom; the Heathens they wor ship old Heath ; the Hindoos, they worship old Hind; and there's the Pagans, they wor ship old Pag; while here we are worshiping whom wo please. Teachers will now hear their classes recite.' " The New Haven lleijUrf says: A gentle man living in the western part of the city came In une from Boston, on the owl train, a few nights since, and applying the night key, walked into his neigbor's lyiiise. instead of his own they being twin houses. Think ing he would take "a bite of cake and some thing" before retiring, lie felt his way into the pantry, where it was usually kept, and missing the cake-basket from its customary place on the shelf, he sung out (man-fashioii when be cannot find things in an instant), "Wile! wife! where on earth have you put the cakc-basket?" At the same instant his hand tumbled a pitcher to the floor, with a terrible crash. This brought down stairs the real man of the house, with a revolver in one band and a lighted candle in the other, when explanations ensued, and 'the right man was soon after in the right place.' " Washington Irving once, when picking up an apple under a tree in his own orchard, was accosted by an urchin Jof the neighbor hood, who, not recognizing him as the pro prietor, offered to show him a tree where he could get.somc better apples than those. "But," said the boy, "we must take care the old man doesn't see" us." "I went with him," said Irving, rind we stole a dozen of inv own ap ples." At one of our churches on Sunday, while tin organ was playing vociferouslya good lady w hispered to her neighbor in t lie pew and had to raise her voice quite high in order to be heard. Suddenly the organ changed from loud to soft, when the lady not taking notice of the organ, was heard to say to her friend, "We fry ours in butu r." A ''i-i,ir incident nt Peoria: An enthusias tic clectioiieerist who fell early in the battle was seen about noon trying to coax the Indk'.n in fiont of a, cigar store to come up and vote, "(."in long, tell ver, c'm right up; donnecd t'be reshisterrd I'l sh-sh,shwear y'r yotc in Cm long up, hie!" But the in j tin wouldn't "g' up." A French gentleman, learning Knli.h to nnu: jmrpose, replied thus to the salutations: "Mow do you do, monsieur V Do vat" ''How lo voh titnl yourself?" ''I never loses myself." ""How do you feel?" "Smooth, you jiM feel mc " A boy eij;lit years old, in one of our public .school, having been told that a reptile "is an animal that creeps," on being asked to name (.ne on c x imination day, promptly and tri umplumtly replied, "A baby," A liiitiB Ditch Reason. "Mynheer, lo vou know for what wp c-M our bov Hans?" "'Do not. really." '-Well, I tell you. Der reason t'at wc call our boy Hans ili, dat tii-i name." "Where shall I put this paper so its to he -iiirc of M'ciii:? it to uiorrow' imuired Mary .lane of her brother Charles. "On the look" in? la-'s," win her brother's reply. A writer says: "It is not the drinking, but ircttins sober, that is so terrible in a drunk-iird.-. life"' "Why ret sober at all. theni" sits Swille. Tin Sliah has taken the (Jramt Vir.it rbtuk into hi royal favor, beinii convinced that he iiu-i.nt no lianeiin! A Western toast: "Let conic what tvill i Lie. for it i sure to come; o conic and l t i s lake a drink." And they all came. "Mir. e von lieard my lat -riin:r" a-k d a music w riter of a irrntl'crltic. "I litmc o.- va then ply. It i ery easy to say, lake thin- a tliey cme : but upposc they don't coine r A -1 -i-rtnoii i. like a ki-s rtit;iirc I i:t ' hea l- ate! an plication. THE ZPXjIsTO MtKKMXU ASSOCIATION Announce the following valuab Durlnj the Seaaou of 1ST!, at tbc Barn of I. Steward, Piano, 111 . PANIC A beautiful Pay, eight years old, 1U;, hands high, weighs V.'f'At Win. Can trot better than when in condition. For form, style and way of going, is second to none. rKIUOIJKR. Punlfi l by McGrcgor'n Warrior ; Til (lain br lilaekwood. hull' sister to the dam of Toronto Chit)!. McOrc;!or'ii Wan lor wild hv Old Ifoyal (leorKe: till dam wiitf an Imported marc, supposed to be lhoronj;libred. I'auic imii proved htniaeil a Irolter eeiler, nwn( sired aotne of the bct Trotting foils In Canada, ono ol them hav ing trotted better than & W us a four year old, REVENGE Tluiroimiilneil, a (ioUlen Sorrel, bi littnds high; for lireeilimr and form lie lias not itu equal in this eotnitrv. PKIUoKKE. Keveniie by Imported Monarch. lt rtani, Kiu-lilon, uv Import. (I l iuMcc. li ihon. Hound o' lllue, by Sir Charles'; M il:im, Kt'iillty, hy Sir Aicliv; 41 h dam. by Im polled Medlev ; Mil dam by Imported Sentinel ; i.lh'daui by Mar Anthony; ith dam by Imported ,lanu; 8lli dam bv Imported Monkey ; tub dam by Imported bllverh'ye; KUJi ilain hy Spanker. la-hlon a the most celebrated Knee Mani of her nie, winning :'.l out ol .V races, 'Jl ol which were lour mile raees. The races she lost she was out ol condition, Iieini; beaten In much slower 1 1 mo thai! the slowest she made la her winning races. (See the in'rtlsree of Huvei.gu and Fashion, In lii ur, Amrriniii wiiil It ink, p. :ks ) .Monarch. Pv Imported Prima, bred by Ills Majenty Mpl' William IV. a'l Hampton Court, and imported by Col. Wade Hamilton, of Soulli Carolina. 1st dam, Imported Iielphiae, hy hlkera; V.d iliim, My l.ady. by Comas; :td dam. the ( ol.inci uuiu, ny iieijuuiic ; in oaui, i ipi'u . . "j I'eiL'iis; Mh dam, Sylvia, by Youim Maiske ; i.th dam. ! er rett, Wy a hr; titer to Kvlvlu; 71 h dam bv lfeirulus; sth ilain by Lord Morten's Arabian ; '.Ith dam by Mixbui y; liltli dam bv Mnlsollav l'.aih; lllb diiuiby Hay l'.ollon ; l'.'th ilam by Con.eyi.klii: 1 -thrtamby Hult.nn'a Orey li.irb; llth dam by Uyerlv'sTurlf. I" Hi (lam by l!utler- .Monarch ran many races, and never lout a heat or a race. IS.ee Ui ui-f'i .I.mv o Html .''"'A, p. :.'.; YOUNG- LION A Canadian French Stallion, 7 years old, stands lo'Vi bauds liiuli, weighs 14(H) His.; a Jet black, with very heavy mane and tail ; forsplemlid hone, style and actions, lie is acknowledged by compe tent horsemen to lie the best horse of hi?, class that w as ever raised in Canada. l'EDUiKKK. Young Lion, sired by Coeur de Lion, dam by black Diamond, a mare that could trot in 'J.-Hl, and a winner on the turf. YOUNG SCOTLAND An Imported Clydesdale, a beautiful Brown, four years old. stands 17k' bands hiirli, weighs 1100 lbs. when in good flesh, has great hone and good action, and for a draft stallion has no superior in this country or anv other. 1'KDKiKKK. Young Scotland, sired by Old Scotland; his dam, a pure Clydesdale mare. The Terms are as follows: PANIC 100 to insure , $". for the season; foil for single leap. KEVENwK. UX) to insure 1 horouglilireil marcs; $50 to insure common tired mares. YOl'NU I.lo.N'. 'il to insure. YOl'NC, SCOTLAND 40 to insure. 'otit'iri fiiriiishul for .Mair.i t'rmn u ihst'iii't: Ac- ciilnilx inn! t nvjiii'i a! owners' risk. PRIZES. The Association offers the following prizes, to he awarded at tin- Kendall County Agricultural Fair of lsI4, for ''olts .sired hv their Horses: For the best Colt sired hy I'.VMC, 10d ca-h and the service of tile Horse. For the best Colt sired hv lli'VCNni:, out of a thoroughbred Mare, provided there are. three en tries, 100 ca- li; the best out of a common Mare, ."0 cash; and service of the Horse. For the host Colt hired by Yot NO I.iox, in cash and the service of the Horse. For the best Colt sited by Yol'XO SCOTLAND, .f to ( ash i. ml the service of the IIor.se. Miiiibrrs a the Axxoriiitimi imt o'V'V' In rmn- pi ! Jul' the n'l.ev liei.-i.it. 1'iano, ill., aiay i .in, is.o.-n Looking Glasses, Mattresses, &c, AT R, W. MOORE'S, 37 La Salle St. Ottawa, February isth, 1S7;'.. HEARSE, 37 La Salle St. R. W. MOORE, Ottawa, February 15th, 1ST3. GEORGE JEKYLL, Contractor & Builder iut i giiTidnill i n 'sv Manuliirttiror of Sash, Doors. Blinds, Mould i ngs, IIckel, Uiillciio. JVc. , Planing, Matching 4: Sawing- v.m.ii.o ..iiv.-ii aim ti.ii. -ii.,! i .,..u-...o I the I.ovct Livinir ua!c. ' Simp on the llulratilic IU-in, ar-1 of th- Stjfi li Vactorv. rrt!" rnnt'Tinlatlre le.ild't .t will t!nd It to their advantaee to cl on nie twfore lec.ltiit tteor work. j Ottawa. Marc ii '.oth.isis. OKO. .IKK VLL. I.. TT-i-'i.- WUtllUlIO llClUitO At Moore's. FURNITURE. COFFINS, J'lHH'lIIK'IVIIlM OF" yL lp Tie Ottawa OTTAWA, TXjXiS. AVewish to mil the atlention of Farmers to the fact that we are selling oil' our Cultivators, both Walkim; auI Hiding, at COST, as we are croini? out of the trade. Hereafter we will (online ourselve iothe l.iiinul'itct'.ire of our Railroad 6c Road Grader and Ditcher, Corn Shcllers, Feed Mills and Horse lowcrs. Having thoroughl.v Improved our Siiclit r and florae Power, we can oiler Kxtra Inducement:; to tiiose wisliing them. Call and sec us, gentlemen. Cl'SHMAN ro. Ottawa, May 10th, is; i. "THE OPHC3-I3STA.Xi With ll the Valuable IniproTcmcntB. The Cheapest. Best, and Most Durable Machine Ever Invented ! Call and eetlien. at 'lie Azrirnltuml lin4cineritl Depot, on La balU' street. FARMERS. AlVxJNTION! 1 want It dlttlnctly understood It you want ar.y rnrn.liiE Yoola.l v-ll sell them h low and give you 111 aoeouu la tliiKtlmean 4ny iiihii in thceouiiiy. Kvery imiileniei,t wnr ranted to L'tvo entire K:iHlaeUon. The tollowliitf is a ..r tlnl lint ol Kooda tout I imve:llie exclmlveaaleot In this vie.lDi.tr: i Perl.lna' Wind Mill, oilman Con: Sheller nd Power, SweepMt:ke!Thrahera. (.'lileauoPHtK' " r llxttalo ; 5 C Vibrator " " ' -i X n Fond sieamerii. -i Feed Mill.. ? u. Feed Cut I era r i- c FairhankK' and Victor SealfN, 3 . Furat 4t llradley'n llorie H ike. E (iopheia.l'lKirni, IVii.hlnit V iel.ln 3 Champion Koapera and M.iwera. r ? i 2 Adaun Phellem. r 7. y Vandlver Planters, 3 J ( Umax Plantem, jj " Peoria L'nlon Planter". - Improved Starrt. to f'-O. ' , Northwestern Planterii, SlalK OltKM. Stalk Cutter Alt ichmen' for PI w. K. K.SWKKTSK.I! 8 Ottawa. March T. ISM c KI1'.TY r-i li:M 1 ."NTKA Ii:T i ! H(.'ll(( I OFFICE IN OTTAWA. I At the tllh School -third ward, fourth Sii'irdava In every monlh. (lUice dava. aeennd an lanKM QHJIAN V IUPK.HA.'V, XltIW 'X' H Tl H , iooksellers find Stationers, No IN !"4(iU. fit im-.'I . theOonrt Mont. fS'iOfi- CITAWA, II. I - Hl'lll.Xi ".l l'.tl(i. AT TIIR RUSSELL & SON. Ii aiilidcrlbera ripn their '.f.th ratnfiiin itli Knliricd I'riiiltu... dee nnd exi'erl.T.ec. ( .niii fii-d with Vitl'n :.!.! eaerry. and aonie oth'-r 'wcial aiI' ititafcrcH. Tncv will try and make trie lM-j-.i.t 'Hciid.jTin:tT" In thl. c unity. t which to buy riuh urn, tun- at t'i- .m:li.t n.!'il( j iMijiB. Nearly ail l!i'-ti plain r umlturcU ! Homc-Made and Warranted. Th,.ynveno.,onh,n1v,, ,, kr. repl,.i:,he. a U-.-. ! .tiaaoi r amat.a umy OttawaFurmture Dbbo t r s npur ( I liililren'd f arrhicea III I II lln:l 1 Iw Iri'fi. i UNDERTAKING. They.,.v.n.,..a.r, w 1, eon.,. , r keer : ortneait o( V.-'.ai.ic li .fa; ( a... ( .a.-t.rii i'I.oi ..nr. ti low rat. . A -in d !! ir- t -r fy -..-rountry. Ottawa, Md.ch W. . I;Is-UL4-" 00., i'j'iiu nii!i(Mn.xi ami-:j 1 IM.'Ces are reeommeieleil hi lielnif iw.in I o ir Intent ami iiesi Ikhici : MUSIC .I.illn, 'tl of tliee I sinir VN'hy don't you come home 'Neath the Wiivcs nor Spirit wan l.'rs. No little one to meet me (iivei.iy Love to nil at Home Ihlnkot me aomeiiinea, Musu'le .Son::. Hay-. . io Hiiyn. Joe . flo Htewiirt, !t"e . do Print. :t(ie . do Ktewaxt. :ine . do Mcm t :i . (to Pratt. :c I SoUIt hIiouc the htara of Jleavea SENT iJliinn forget vour Mither. FaiHllc I lon to nee the dear old Home Utile Sweetheart, come listen to me. Sonir. Ilayi. 4i . do Mewart. . do f reiirh. :k . do Itava. It.' Mv every Ihoiiirht wan ol tliee. Men are slleh Deceiver. Alto HOIlU Ir. 'I'anllue.' I:lllk. :tv stay not lorn; iiwuy. Soprano D;ink. :tn; lo I'leiisc the (ihla I'.Hiatone Danka. :' My Heart ror thee. Sonrano " " " Dank. My (iieen ol Slun, uw.ike. Tenor a. tr. " D.mk.s. ::o : P0ST"PAID, .leni.v. the Flower of Klldaie 801:5. Stewart ;Ql. WiiNoer aoltlv. MoiIkt'h dylnn do blewart. liHplrer and Hearer of Pr.iver Hymn. Hueks. :!ne My l.ove bleeps under the bnlUcK boli. Peinli'V. Oh ! how d'ye ipi. Aunt SiihIc- do Meivai'. .'mit Hut makea me noddlmta out do Ma; wood. ."'' 'Neaih the li;'" and purple lilo-'HiH. do l'er-ley. '' Norah i Dreandnif ol von do I 'rail. '1 hi- awe '-tesl Hlld l llllsillis do Dr.lli.t. .. ON RECEIPT Will he come liomc to nuht. moll er (iod Illc-H our Home Let up and uliut (be poor Doe he ever thitil, ot me Conic. Ilolv Spirit My (tear old Mother 1 have no Home Lint nnd ( ant A Poor Lltt'.e I wii ..Jiol".'. D.111I::. 1I1 Sii-uarl. . . 1I0 Hiivh. . do II.OH. Hviiiii. Iianks. .piii. Stewart. "IT IH- .:.c ::"e :n.' ;ie (to Ilav4. 41 II ( v 1. Abbey. OF THE Ovatera and itif a' 2 A. M Son:;. Kleirt. :'. ' Over the ltil!oH iil.ir do I rait. ' Hvi oir. Ihoii art evcrnenr do I'atika. :: llbeToaal. UnndlHl lor Mule Volera. do lolK-l. IOC J'earl of America. Caprice. . . . I led ru tncl.ta . llhkci. ... ( irclliill Wave do Klnkel. Ir It. 'lie of Saratoga Wall, flthiiirb. I'a' Morning Z.hra Maxmka. Kn,i"l. ".V F.iiniK! ydi k.'e. Oiilckatci. Kinkel. .. MARKED PRICE. ntuinn Leave. Ilcvctle.. 'I he Kcate-ra Verrv dii Mollte llarllnit I.i .In.'arelhi M;ifv I hoimhta i inn.' I ntialne May-Pole (.ood ll'llnor I- Ictir ilea Champa. 1'iii.U-hr.l in,, I ii... . . hiH riiPicM. I. K 'TikfJ. Uk- .!(. Klfikt-I. -x- (inli.p. K'hkH. . . 1 nMrunp ntHl. K'liKfl. rt "rh'itiii' (. K'tik'-i. !u"trnt'i'tit'il. Ki.k!. 4w M,n-ii. ltH'!!T. Xi tin AiUrfi. . . V;t'" T'Mi'H. j.l. i,i:T!:i:s..v.t,.Mi-o1,(hvii.v,.v. FOR SALE. i tl Tb I ..y. i i lal.d. i '-.r. re.ldeiiri. tati'lv (( ill if ' V the ) . M. K. Whti'-e l" In'irt.'cii acre ot CtMi ( . Ac . Ml ! -ta at a ( . II lUII XII. In !(' OIlli e III k. in Hi north lilnti. ci rr i'v lib l.-ari'i- tr'itt ti'-' -. v (In. I.iionnci.i An.'.t tl w l. A. IlltO l .!:, BUILDING Contractor & Jobber. h .. o....f oie t.. i. mI. I to i"r. i: r t!l ti t . . i i: t !': I n'ct'it totr) FIIAMI III' A I.I. M .! iMVIK ii.- "hit,; It lorrc. , ii:i , :( a. i ixicKivr nom, I'oiit. I' M'lS .M-. Wiii'-ll.1 IH..IK" ' ...ii iv .1 l:' l o'S :.i.ii.m. ckottv. i -....i .mi .... iti..f. , V ,!- c t. : oci li (.... ,. I.l. Ii' 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 . I : HO C II !, t'lll t A fflacWne uhobs m Foiflry, i ,tc M . j- i V ' A ii M'l- t ' N ptSffUamous. 0. TRASK, SGALKB I rV n JEWELRY w .-s 1 Tlu Lnriiost stock and linost outside of Chicago. All (ioods Marked Down 20 to ;0 per cent. Has Removed to X. W. cor. , i. Court House Square, IJC S. LOCKWOOD, (SutceMor to Jackaon Lockwootl,) MiolcMle mi'l Itotnll lrnlcr In HARDWARE, IKON, STKKI., NAILS, PPltl.NIIS, AXLKS, HOLTS, ANVILS, VISKS, TIIIMIILF. SKICINS, ( 1IAIXS, MAI.LKAllI.i: llto.NS, HAIlllIT MKTAL, ILA( 'KSMITHS' TOOLS, M Di ll VSICS TOOLS, lloltsl'. SIIOLS, HOliSK NAILS, WII KICI. II MtUOWS, WAiio.N s tock, runs llslr.Ts,.VC...c. Also a Full Aia-utinvi.tol foidau". ; Siiecinl allcl.tin'i e'.M n to onlel - )'' lliall. .Inly Mb, Wl '.. I UM It KM ! I.VMIII'iltt 1 j STRAWN & POWELL I) K A I. K ICS i. Shintflr , IaOi, I'ohU Rinl Nittla. Alno. Manntacttiriri of and IValera In Snsh, (ilaziMl and Uimliicl, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS & imACKKTS. PLANIITG- MILL r- I.utnb'-r Varo nnd Planrns Mill n'ai the linn ola V. Undue. antl.P.. rj I ' It A It MALI. A I. (, MARTIN KKIM. he most convenient and the next re.'ul.tte.i in the city. rn iiGest n mi'ultlKH lil' I! I US V LP. Calitorr.ia Wines. Pnrn T.iauors. Tht Best Ciiiart. HA.I..S ,t a. r hi 1 1 ii. pi y , y, I COP l.tlfiril r.VI'IU 'Vllllllll I . L Uilj JJULIOU JJVI.IJ' itit'l li't'S' I V!."! dtory ol T:l-l I! ill. on La Sai e St ottH(.a..ltuie Jt, -. -IT MAKTIS KKIM. IMlt !M 1 .I-:. 1 huerti."niVfi'rae. or. n-a ' ...t:alHe term., the lollnslt.J laml." and Iowa :". i ted In La halle county, ' w" I WI S I ka.tc-wi,'s",iiI k m "1'--,!-'1-1: ;. , I :r Acred-. (i. ol ea Ml. I. Nh S.1-.I.. I. ... t . niiAiTi'-iv.Wi,s :M. I. I., i. ' Hill Aei-ed- MV, S' ' .'7.1 II. I. I OiVV I. I I " lf.1.li. Illo.-. 1. .(' V'-;',;:,!''r,I":'o".wa I : : : ,; r,i. vt i .. . -lock a.i-lc.v,. Lot(l. lU.S-.. -'V.'- d.H In!, MO- . DAILY HACK FROM Marseilles to Ottawa I AND RETURN. U-ave Ibe I trek l 1 1 llou'c, Mi H lea, at h ti. m. I . I l la:a 1 1 !, OOawa. mi a n. in. I V All i r r. ia( k;e and et,re. g nvl.car'fu :y Irm t ... at.d iruru thr.e p ace.. i.ra e . at II " '." n.tie -1 loo. I" T dnd rSareea r. iiMc A I J.. "i c..: le. 'l.n wr Ii tl.r b it W V. Ht'I'IM yn V- arr- I I'l'V. I to III.) . SILVER-WARE. Hoes & Leland's BIock ClioiGBSt BemaiLWuiBS ESIIiV Ci.COT.TOJf, (Sac ewor to H. U. Cottoo & Co.,) BOOTH BIPB OTTAWA COCIIT HOCSB, ILUHOK, DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Paint. OU, OIaih. Krroteni, Lampt, I.antcna, HUtlnnerf, Toilet Boapa. hfriumerjr, Pocket tutlf ry, Kazora Strop. Patent llerlirlnrs, t omb, and Briiatica. Pure Wtwia and Liquors for Medicinal Purpoaes. Phyalclana Preacrlptlona Carefully CoDipouuitrd. Fnrmera and Pliyslclana rrom tn coontry wtll nnd my atnek of merilctim eonipletr. Wr ranted genuine and ol the beat quality. Walker'aoldatana VM Maia ilreet. maj31'73- City Drug Store S.ni UH & LOHKIAt'X, Prop.. Cor. LaSallo 6c Madison Sts. J AVAljTJIiOlt'! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S ice oea.m:, t'onfcctioiicry A: Notion Store, And wboleaalc and retuil dealer In atlrk and faney Candlei Orannea, Lemons, Flirn. ( luara, Flahimz TacKle, Croiiuet beta, Toys, Notion, itc, 14 Mndiion S't., 4 Uxr wtl'. 0. corner. Parttc, Icatlvala or tamlllea at all time supplied wltk The Best of Ice Cream, Candies. Nats ft Fruit, at the Lowest Market Prices. Very thankful for paat favon. Pleaaecall whan In t1 city. II. WALTiiKll. Ottawa,. lun Tth, 1H7.I. LilUiVl STOCK, Ana LOW PBICPS. Nats, Caps, Trunks & Valises, HK.MK5ir.EIl S. C. BARIMETT, Tho Clothier & Merchant Tailr, No. 3 REDDICK'S BLOCK Ottuwii, I IlltioU. Mervliant Tailoring a Sprritill . May-Tdh v.: Winter Styles of AT F. C. PRESCOTT'S I ",M LaSallo St., Ottawa, III. j j i:oit(i i : .i. ni-itcJi:ii. Gas, Steam S Water Pipe Fitter, H! JiilUt strrvl, Oj o,le i lie h aniier'. Moime, thank., the pnhlle of Ott ia- . I . . t tbeir lllarai natronacc. aid hers ro .tut. that ..rtll J : ciK'i!eiu e ol lnly l.it years In the bualaiu, in: is st i li. on IIAMN And w ill eontinne to aupply at Xa lowest Itvlni tit i J i ti if a pii'e, ti'.iti and water ri'ties. f alve. atesm a I I nti! i'lH.n-iirii, innifn mil Kin-r puttiPB, wen w J( i,.,., r.,n .int,hvdrant,i:lijndellcr.t:atttrsaT: MlittL'ier.'jfoiii' eniTally. C.h. Klilurra He-llroiizrd Equal to Jitw. (;o n a. fostkh foh; i SBPIOER I Sewing Machines. i-r 1Nt ii 'Urt,n' iorc:t. t . At 73 ad 75 Madison Street. (it:v i. . i-;:-t . !; Burial Robes, i Something Nice. At Moore's. ONEY! A few Thousand Dollars to Loe n. Krtu.r ol 1. F. N 'i. .i At Htm '': rl Fj-rk oi tr .1 if r-r .'1 th- ti u-- Hun:, ivr i i .,. ,-, . -r.l n I ' let lwtk'rs. . I r!l ,,, n,.i!..rc t.iiu. ai' l ftaT I :t. . (. !".( m." ' ' "c' i' btln U ""i fc nr. ..i, -i. .cc . , . i to . n-il edlr, ir-'- 1 . .i.e r A ' O J II I i 0!L0 S3 liiliO OK (iEMFliRlllliVfiGOOI