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OTTAWA F1IEE TRADER: SATUltDAl7, JxVNUAKY 3, lo74.
0 BUDGETjOF FUN. A Mlt1it M Intake. Tho Cincinnati cnrro.spoiuli.'ut of the CUvc iand .w.Vr Mis this story nhmit tlm ailvcn mrcs of it Mm tiger in tlio t'uislitulioii:l Con oiitiou of Ohio: A spruce, trim fellow c:inio into tint convert ' i,inii Tuesduv, lielbie it, lej;:in business. Hu seemed kind of re.-itloss, like n cat in a Ktran?e garret, and hung around the clerk s desk in n timid manner, waiting for some one to ask him what ho wanted, but no one asked him, and lie finally mustered up courago to inquire of one of the secretaries for the clue! .lcrk, and Miotics was pointed out to him, tnd the hadown of suspense left his anxious face as he approached the solemn secretary ;did said: , "I believe you are the clerk ; well, I want to join tliis convi'inion." hud looked at him iiiuuinngly and wild: Want to do what V ' I want to join this convention." A look of pity and coinmisseration camr over Dud's thoughtful face, as doubts of the fellow's sauity began to dawn up:m him, and he said : Why, my dear sir, I don't understand you." "Why, I am from Indianapolis and ho grew four inches tallerj; I am actiiainted with (Jen. hoi. Meredith and Gov. Ilendrick lie straightened about four inches more; and 1 want to join tins convention! This is !he short horned convention, ain't it?"' A shoit-horned cattle convention met at Mozart Hall the flame day, and the delegate from Indianapolis had got things mixed. A fnnnv suit atruinst an editor has been decided in the circuit court at Waukesha, Y is. The Fays, proprietors of the La Hello house at Oconomowoc, brought an action betore a justice to recover $97.94 for meals and cigars 'furnished Ashley I). I larger, editor ot the Oconomowoc Time. Harger sot up a counter claim of $100 for "pulling" the La Helle house. Judgment was rendered for the plaiu tiff, and Mr. Hargar appealed to a jury. The case excited much interest. Harger being well liked, and having a solemn, earnest manner of making very witty remarks, he testified that Kay would say to him ; "Harger, I've got a nice dinner to-day come in." "No, I thank you, I'm going home." Fay would prevail on him to stay, and after dinner the following colloquy: "Everything in there all righl, Hargar V "Everything excellent." 'Dessert all right?" "Excellent." "Ice cream all nsjhtr" "Delicious, Mr. Fay." "Very well, remember this in your paper next week." In return for dinners and cigars, Harger says :U.at he told a great many lies editorially worth more than a thousand dollar. lie would never have presented a bill for lies had not Fay fallen out with him and Minted pay for the dinners. Harger pleaded his own case and t!ie jury found a verdict for him, which threw the costs upon the hotel keeper. He was an Irishman, and w hen first seen he was coining down Montague street, Brooklyn, on his wav to the Wall street ferry. Over his port shoulder hung a bag containing about a bushel of potatoes, and in hU starboard hand he carried a stout stick, lieing under full sail the momentum acquired in coming down tho stoop grade carried him nearly through the gateway, when, seeing a boat about ten feet from the dock, he shook out another reef, made an astonishing burst of poed. and jumped. Justus he reached the deck the potato hag shifted heavily to port und laid out a Broad street clerk who was smokinga Henry Clay through a meerschaum holder, while tile stick hit x round South street merchant in the waistband, shutting him up like a jack-knife, and Pat himself assumed an involuntary devotional attitude. He was the first to recover his perpendicular - ity, and as he replaceil the bag in its normal positiou, lie complacen.ly remarked: "be my owl, but I got the boat anyhow." "Hot the boat?" screamed he of Broad strett, spitting the pieces of amber out of his mouth. "Why, you double blank idiot, this boat is coming) in!'' and so she was. Mark Twain, at a public, dinner in London recently, responded to the toast "The Laities," aritl in the course of his remarks said: "Ah, you remember, you remember well, what throb of pain, what a great tidal wave of grief swept over us all when Joan of Arc fell at Waterloo. (Laughter.! Who does not sorrow for the loss of Sannho, the sweet singer of Israel? I Laughter. Who, among us does not miss the gentle ministrations, the soften ing influences, the humble piety of Lucrezia Borgia? Laughter. Who can join in the heartless libel that woman is extravagant in dress when wo can look back itnd call to mind our simple and lowly Mother Eve, arrayed in her modification oV the Highland costume?" It was about two o'clock Friday morning that Mrs. Ilenncssy, of Nelson street, thinking she heard a noise in the kitchen, crept out of bed and to that room to see if it was not lieu nessey, who had been expected in for several hours. On reaching the kitchen she found her lord and master sitting on the floor, with his new silk hat in between his knees, and in the hat several dried herrings anil about two quarts of water. Mr. Hennessey was eyeing h mixture with profound gratification. "Joan Hennessey," screamed the lady, "vyhiit arc you doing?" "Jc?" inquired Mr. Hen nessey, with a look of surprise. "Why, I'm (hie!) starting an (hie !) aquarium for yn; Crishmus." Danlury Sat. Prisoner to learned magistrate. "Has one a right to rnnimit a nuisance ?" Lear lu lled or magistrate. ".No, sir, not even theraav no sir, not even the governor!" Prirr' "Then you can t commit ine; for arrested as a nuisance, and youYti that I am one." .icr. I was decided A lawyer, in replying to his ant" ... court, said he had a "keen rapier J;..? , , u to pierce all fools and knaves," wiwh.ch his opponent "moved the cc rapier be taken from hici lest ,ur lV, ,llc mit suicide. he should com- That is a good strrry of going into "a bookstor' rept up to the juvenile a littfrt boy, who, : with liis "mother. of the establishment iy, It iva you got any ain't uot rtlitrion in with the sly qntrv, "iv books for bo- that -m?" A vtiunir mm fr . . ,. in- into the post ' A ,,,c country, alter walk- Iruppinz an un , V"e 0,!."'r d:!J'' iind rcmarkclglce' .ip letter into the box t . r 'U' iVto a companion as they I di'l the co- Jon l aJ" nj'tl,iu- 'JO"t 'U b"1 time.' erD racntout of three cents that! ecmed ,ca.- lawver toM a jury that lie hover' t0 s-'' J a bai of white robed angels waa n.?ab out tbe head of UU clirnt, who m t iir ftorse ealinp:. 1 lie jury Mougrii 'airf iyHHBTtraelinirink6UdsV' asked a laty A rfcr ,n a 8tore. -Xr), mis, we ? nc whh feet and ler?, but they arc tint O A M,n.l In IriOT.l " 1- ' J - . wro offerine to lift a yraj; lady over a ftT, hi t;i5til th it he too havy. "' tr, misfltV aid he, "n-f?d tc lifting rreJof sup at'." THE XjA-HSTO iIU:KI)lN(J ASSOCIATION VnnotOK i H thy futliiH iiiif Purine the Season or l-C'. at the Ham or L. Steward, Piano, 111. PANIC A In milifiil fiuy, eight Years old, lt! hand high, vci"li i:Vitl llis. t un trot hotter than :.40 when in condition, for form, style and way of Roiug, is second to none. I'KOKillEK. i'anlelaby McGregor's Warrior; M dam b? Blackwood, half lter to the dam of ToroHto Chlut. Mclireiror' Warrior wa by old Iioyai (ieonrei Ills dual w.i an Imported mare, mipposid to tie thoroughbred. 1'nulo bun proved hiniM'il a trotter Ketter, hvln sired soit.e t.r the best Trotting Coll In I auada, one 01 ttem liav Uik trotted better tlian i k) as a lour yew old. REVENGE Thorotiirhtirrd, a (iohlen Sorrel. ltt h-ind.- Marli; for tirecding unit form ho lias not an equal in this coutitrv. . .. l'KOIi". UFE Iti'ViT.ce hv Imported Monarch. 1st dam, Fashion, by'liiiporled trustee. M dam. Honncta o' Hlue. hy Fir Charles ; Sldni. Uealliy, hy SirAiohv; -Ulutam. by liu polled Medley ; 3th dam by Imported Sentinel ; tith'dam by Mar Antliony ; Till dam by Imported J anna; Kill dam by imported Monkey ; iltb dam by Imported tllvcr Eye ; lOUi - VaXon'waa'he most celebrated liar Maro of her age, wlnutn-' 81 out ol . races. SI ot wnleh were four mile rao-e. The raees she lost she whs out ot condition. belnR beaten In lunch slower time than the slowest she made In her winning race. iSee the nedlnrec of lievenite and Fiuhlou In liiuce't Ainiriran Muil llmik, p. :Nt ) Monarch, by Imported I'rlam, bred hy tin Majeaty King William IV, at Hampton Court, and Imported by Col. Wade Hamp on, of South Carolina. 1st daui, Imported Delpblne, by Whisker ; 2d dam, My l-arty, by Comus: ad dam. the Colonel' dam, by liclptune; 4th dam. Tipple Cyder, by Kin rerun; sin uam, i-yivia, py onni .Marsae; did nam. rc- rett, y a brother to Hylvla hv l.nrd Mortt-n'a Aranian : 7th dam by lleeulus; Sthdam bv l-ord Morten' Arabian; ih dam by Mlxbury; 10th dam y Mlxbury ; hy Mnlto ltay llarb; llthdamby Hay llolton ; nth dam by ( oneyrkln; Mlh dam by Hiilton'a liiey llarb; Will dam uy Uverlv'sTurk: 15ih dam by Bustler. Monarch ran many rare", and neer lot, a heat or a race, i See hi ut r't Arnri Ivun titiul iJiHik, p. X.) YOUNG- LION A Canadian French Stallion, 7 years old, (.fund hands higlk, weighs HH lhs-i a Jot lllaek, with very heavy mane and tail; for splendid bone, ntyle and actions, lie is neknowledged hy oompe t. tit horsemen to he the best horse of hi c!.ibs thnt was ever rairt'd in Canada. PEUUiKKt:. Young Lion, t-ircd by ( "Jttr do Lion, dam bv Hlaok Diamond, a marc tist could trot la U.10, imd a winner on the turf. YOUNG- SCOTLAND An imported ClvoVsdalc, ft beautiful Brown, four years old, stands bunds high, weighs l'JCHJ lbs. when in good flesh, has great bone and good action, and for a draft ntallion has no superior in Ibis country or any other. l'EDKJUfcE. Young Scotland, filred by Old Scotland; his tlam, a pure Clydesdale mare. The Tonus are as follows: PANIC fHX) to insure; ' (fi. ior me season; $."il for single leao. UKVEXUK. iiOO to insure Thorou libred mares; $50 to insure common bred mares. YOUNU LION. to insure. YOl'NU SCOTLAND J 10 to Insure. J'a.'!uri 'nn'.vAi'f Jf Murnjhiii aihtitif. Ac t','7 i,tt an'. ftn'iini al oiriurt1 ritk. PRIZES. Association offers the following prizes, to The . be awarded at the Kendall County Agricultural Fair of ls7t, for Colts sired bv their Horses: For the bubt Colt sired by Panic, $100 cash and the service of tlie Horse. For the best Colt sirod by RpvEXflt, out of a thoroughbred Mure, provided there tiro three en tries, f lOO ea-li; the best out of a common Mare, Sf.VI rash; and service of the Horse. For tho best Colt sired by Youno Lion, $'25 in cash and the service of the Morse. For tho bet Colt siied bv Yufxo S orr..Ni, i .40 c ash and the service of tint Hore. I Manlier nf tht Asmifiiitiun uo! uiVciox ti fO'.H- h '.? !' vo;. !""" MayKth. ia,a.- Looking Glasses, Mattresses, &c, AT R. W. QOOBVS, 37 Sa Salle St. Ottawa, February If CCFFIWS, GliSKES, AND 3 37 La Salle St. E. W.MOORE. Utuii, February lStb.1373. GEORGE JEKYLL, Contractor & Builder - : y " .? ' v. - MntifUcttiror of Sash, Doors,Blinds,Monldiiigs, Planing, Matching & Sawing. CoctriKta Taken and Material Furtidied at I the Ixiwest Livinr; Itatos Sherp on the Hydraulic Basin, west of the fctanh Factory. w-r p.,rUa rntmn1at1nr'.rn.r.dtnc will tnd It to their , advantaa-e to el on ma before lelUoj thet: ''. . Otiawa. Marco ihs.is.j. v,&v. Catholic Habits At Moore's. Valuable Slollions for Service FURNITURE. B4EARE ftllsccllancQus. THE OK.IC3rI3Sr-A.3L. WttbMlth!Y:Qabk'ImproTemtrati. Cheapest. Besti and Most Durable Machine Ever Invented ! The Call and eoe their, at tlie Asrlenltura Implement 'Vi'ol, on La ballu Strtet. FARMERS. ATTMTION! I want It dlrtlnctlr understood tr yon want any Farming ffiiiln, I will Hell them in luw anil K Ive you an aucuimiiuila tlngttmeaa uy man in thecounty. Kery Implement war rantfd to live entire aatinlaetlon. The following It a par tial Hot of goods that J naveltlie exclusive aaleodu this vicinity : Perkins-Wind Mill, Oilman Corn stmllers and Powera, Sweepntakcs'l hraittiers. Chlraitol'lttt' " Buttafo ' " Vibrator " " Food Steamert, Feed Mills. Feed Cutters. Fairbanks' and Vli'torSealeb, Fnrat A Bradley's Horse Hake. Oophcrs. Chums, Washing Mhln?l, Champion lleapers and Mowers, Adams Shelleni, Vandlvrr I'lantcri, Cllmai Planters, Peoria Union Planters. lmproTiiit Stars. $15 to fOO. Northwesu-rn l'lantera. Stalk ('niters. Stalk Cutter Attachment fr Plows. H s S n sr so c a r 5 Ottawa, March . 1873 F.D.5.VEET6KKI c iOVSTY MU l'i:itIHTEDK?IT OF HCHOOl-H. OFFICE IN OTTAWA. At the Men School-third ward. Offlce days, second an fourth Saturdays In every month. aulS,"3 o NM.tN Ac IIAPE7IAN, I'XlIHTiaRS, Booksellers and Stationers. N'o 1H Lu Kulle SStret't, the Court House Sqnore' OTTAWA, ILL3 Ml'llliO CAMPAKJJt 73 AT THB RUSSELL & SON. Tlie subscribers open their ::.th campalen with Enlarced Pri-ii'lBes, uu! and experience, comli'nt'd with you'll and energy, and some other special advantages. They will try and liiake the Depot "llcadquaiteis" lu thla coiiniy. at which to buy reliable Furniture at tlie fmalleat pos.-lbfc inarxlH. Nearly ull thelt plalu V'urulture 1) Home-Made and Wftrfirited. They have r.ow on h md and win ho'.vr V.-pknlshed a larje etO'k ot pls'ri Snrt lancy Cliiliiliii'v, 'ii-il!is:' t IJiiiin(i:i1 l,mr iri-f. UNDERTAKING. TVy have In stock and will constantly keep a lai oe as nrvtmi'iitol Metallic Unrlal (.ni.es, t'.iket.H and Plain tothnj at very low rates. A uood Haarse lor elty or country. 0:tnwa, March 15. 18:3. KIISSKI.L ft SOX. DAILY HACK FROM Marseilles to Ottawa! AND RETURN. LienveN tlo HookwItH J Iouc Mel lien, ut ft u. lit. 1 11 r- tjoavo tho Ottawa IIoumc, Ottawa, ut a i. mi. iwr All nansenirers. packaees and eipress (;oods carefully transported to and from these places. Jrfave Kouda al me above named hotel. Kare and charfrn reasonable. A Oood Livery id couuecuon who ui . ' WM. HUUDLEHOS, Manazer. J. B, KDDT. Proprietor. nnyil-u MAIERHOFER, DENT & CO. Have the pleasure of Informlnj the farmer of I.a Salle and surroondui counties that they are manufacturing- at their laiue establishment, at the sidecut lock, near the main ca nal, tn Ottawa, In a style and al a cheapness hitherto unap- Agricultural Implements, StKl an Onxmnn .n:iff, One lfnrte, nmt I'mlrlt I'LO Y, Hill reu s, VuUtnttvtt, llurn: Uukcs, ilc. In short, all kinds nt tieavy farmer' tools. Theli machin ery is all new, perfect, and propelled i aa abundant, never faillni water power. Fanner are Invited to call a-id eiam Ine tMr work, whether they wish to purchase or not. AU tmricorki irurrnwd. , . . , , Orders from a distance, promptly attended to, and imple ments placed on huard canal boats or car free of charge. Ottawa. Dcc.M-lyr MAIEUHc' JiK. DKS T t.u. tM)H HAli VZ. The subscriber oRr ror sale, on rea ' onalle terms, the tullowlnn lands aad town lot, situa tedtn La Balle county, to wly lOAcre WWSWUOf Kv NKUBe!.2,T.M,R. :VJ Acre tVTof Ii Nft 8ec.'l7. T. 83, U. I MO Acrea-Ww BWt4 nec. 2? T. S4. U.f . 1 III Acre-N V? M TI, T. U. H. 3. town lots Lots S. , Block t. Stat' Addition to Ottawa. Undw Lot ll,nioek4,8tate' Addition to otmwa. I ots t IK . a, 1W. W im.- 1, nfc n niu. i n lot , 10. 11. VI. I'l. 21.4'i. Hlock W ftre, Addition. m Block. State' Addition to Ottav Lot IV Block 1(1. 'Ottawa Centre. tu .hnTK will he sold for oart cas own. and tne r"ldiii on time o suit purchasers For fumipr particular apply to AltvrtF. low.i.araii.3ice,vjivB.iMinoi.. Ottiw a.M.y IH6.S.-U It. K.UHOIIELL. FOB SALE. Ite residence latelv occnpled by the Iter. M. K. WUJ Hie iiht land, with hearing iralt trees, vlt brca'.n. F-niuirer A:.lll on ine no. in i-i-r- .. - .. ...... . CC . w ill lie sold al a C. H Ill'.IMI. In pLUOtticelil k 11-51. A. tlltC.MIAI.I-:, j BUILDING ; Contractor & Jobber.! Parties Ici'inr to hulld or renslr will Cp'. it lo their luierestto try Lie. FItATlICS OF ALL flK M TV Constantly on ha-id. Am;. ' ' IOP1I 'llawa. Illinois. anril I' HIIIIKI'OltT- MDSSAI3 ANU BILL Book. , v.,a 'ptlOMtai !KOTTY 1 Wood.romer of Jeflroa and wet ofHtie Opera Hoo ouawa I" Iiraler In Coal and tltoa streets. 1 h'o jnnJi (iAM KH.-Tbr"" of the mt ooi I offered to tte aablie : AVU.l TF. oau'ar a"e erer T'7t . Forie ny OriMAN HAPEMAN. IOOK-. -The flnetEn-l!h,tier- 1 naa and American Pociet Hos. at I anon, at (IBM AN A H APKMAV'S UltMIlUK th best Biaaera, at A MHOIIAIK,ol U' MAN A HM twAS l". 1 5ITI A t Jl'JSR. tr U.t d ml Jgo. 1 Ursvjlejiai ueMAN A HAPAJA S HOWE mmu .MACHINE, OttawaFnrmtureDeuot Jlctt) anitrtiscmcnts. POSTPONEMENT! Fourth Grand Gift Concert FOP. THE niCSEFIT OF TIIF. PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY. OVER A MILLION IN BANK SUCCESS ASSURED. A Fl'LL I) HAWING CKKTAl"?, Ou Tu.-sil.iy, 3 I at of March 'exl. In order to meet the (teneral isti and expectation of the public and the ticket-holders fr the full payment m iiic niau-nincent ulfts announced for tho Fourth rami out Concert il the Public Library of Kentucky, the manage ment have determined to postpone the Concert and Draw ItiK until Tuesday, )Iarch :Ust, 1ST t. They hare already reallzcxl OVER A MILLION DOLLARS, And have a great many agents to hear from. KortoiM i'fiittrttilntiltftheuilf Of trtry ticM bffore the Pratriiit : bin, icViAr all ar?. md or not, Vi Comvit and th-.m'tnil It-ill tMlsimlu nn,i tttiHHtlwnllu tilkv tlltli Oil the ,1:11 nun' .rt-iW, imdtr" mill rrnviin uumUt thei) Hill ftec'-i-fiM, ami the prittn icM be iniumKn iiipti1ion to the tin wUltkUt. Only Cfl.OOO tickets have been Issued, and 12,000 CASH GIFTS. Will h ultrlbnteo amoux the ticktt liolders. The tickets are printed In coupons, of tenths, and all frac tional parta will be represented In thedrawint; Just as wuole ticket re. LIST OF Ol FTS. ONK ('.HAND CASH GIFT HMrSO.OOO ONK IIUANI) CASH OIKT. ON K (ilCAMI IASII tilfT ONK liltANO I'ASIl lilKT ONK tillAN'D t'ASII tilKT 1(1 t'ASII UIKTS ui,il each... 31) CASH OIKTS r.,mi each... 50 CASH 01 ITS LOO each... HI) t'AHl (I1KTS SWIeach... WD CAHH Ol ITS suleadh... INI ( Aril! IIIKTS each... 2M) ('ASH (ilKTS iCeach... IMS CASflM.in'S UXIeacb... 11.000 CASH lilt IS SUeach.... ni,inn i?,roo 100,0011 ino.ooo no.ooo 4ll,OIHI IO.OOO 1.-5.000 nii.titit) :i'j,ron isno.ooo Total. 17,00t' Gifts, all Cash, amonntlUK to H I .fVOO.OOO The chance for a gilt are as one to Are. 1'KIC'K OK TICKETS. Whole Tickets, fv); Halves, fS; Tenths or each coupon, IV, Kleven W hole Tickets for r,0: uj Tlcketa lor f l.uoit; 113 Whole Tickets lorr.,00O; V.7 Whole Ticket fur (IU,tuU No discount on Ichh than f-'OO worth ol tickets. The Fourth Gilt Conceit will tie conducted in all respect like the three which have already been given, anil lull par ticular may be lennieu from circulars, which v.111 be cut free from this offlce to all who apply for them. Orders for tickets and application lor mjencles will be attended to In tlie order they are rrrelved, and it Is imped Ihev will be sent In promptly, that there may be no diaap polntmeut or delay In hlllui; all. l.ila'i al terms l'Ivi ii t those who buy to sell airaln. All agent are p-reuiplorlallv reiinlred to settle up their accounts and retiirn uticuUI tick ei by the .I'th day ut M'lrcli, THOS. E. BRAMLETTE, Ascnt Pub'ic l.lbrarv K and Manairerdlltt 'onccrt, Pm hv Library Uulldlni;, Louisville, Ky. TRUE TO NATURE." This First-class Chromo will be suoscrlber to hen to every GODEY'S UDY'S BOOK FOR 1874 W nether to a Slncle Subcrlbcr for Three Dollars, or in a C uh of BU, lor Fourteen Dollar. Addrets I,. . lilHH'Y, N. K. cor. Sixth ChfMualH., Philadelphia, Pa tV See Terms In Lady's lloek tor other Clubs. TAKES on Sight. Last and Best Combination for IIIIVvW, A)' lit-i ii n it tSiih'imen I Hksiiy Waiiji P.KKriiKii'H fai'lly newspaiKT iiWes every subscriber a pvrtol the largest and llnent Dl.KDdliAl'lIS ...... nllruMllllt RIlllU'etH. ttiat " lHkl' Olt HAllltl'U hy Mm. Anderanii, aa cum. Hat and conitniidonn lor her U'de Amike" and'rlKt Aliv" Awuts have 1MMKNSK SUCCKS- callH The "hen liiislnes ever oiieren canvasa er." We furnish the lightest and hundymet out lit. and nav very lilch coinmlMslune. tV I' iico subscriber n- elves WITH'U T hici ay two beautiful pltf'uies. which are ready Mr IMMKIHA I'K DKI.1 VF.HV. I he paper liscll stands peerlcsa umonK family joui naU.lH'In.- so popular that nl Its claisll hatth.! lanit rin iilnlinii in Hi' iimlil! Kmploya the best illcraiv talent. Fdward Kl'uIchioii s serial atnrt Is lut IH-Kliiiilnz; back chapter suppllel to each subscriber. Mis. Stowe- 1-jnireipecied sequel to" Vy VI nut I" be Kins In the new year. Any 0110 wishing a Jl Q E NTS guild salary or an Independent liuslm si, jj en should send for circular and term to . I. vi"ii til" II. FOllli CO., Kew Vork, Uoston, CIiicuro, Cincinnati or San Francisco. Or. DOO pcrday! Airta wanted I Allclseol l" O yf working people, of flliier sex, yoiinu or thi. nittkM iniiri ninnev at uork lor na ill their simru mo- menu, or all the time, than at anythlni: else. Particulars iree. Adilren U. ST1.NSON & C.. Portland, Maine. HORRIBLE! I suffered with Catirrii thirty years, and wa cured bv simple, leinedv. Will send reee.ipt. noaiait free, to all tulle U'd. ltcv.T. J. MKAU, Drawer iiO, Syracuse, n. 1. Ml iVli'V Hi't'l'Ul fl'li Stencil & Ky Check Willi! (luiflts. 1,'ataloKue and full particulars FHKK. 8. M. BrKKCKa. 117 Hanover Ut., Union. $10 to mi4 In Wall Htreet often lead to afiTtune. No risk. Thirty-two pane pam phlet Tor a Ump V A I.F.N I'ISK II M IiltllXiK A CO , Hankers and Brokers, 3! Wall Street, New Vork. fHlBcllancouB. DR. J. Be WALKER, Oculist and Aurist Who ii practiced In thl cltv since lo0, may becousulted ATMIi: CI-lf-TON 1IUTKI., OTTAWA, CntUeFIUHT rSATntHAr In Kach Uonlh, As tulluws : SCurday. ...tan.l. P73 Hatnrday Jir'I.lHTl . Feb. 1. " . ' Au. 'J. " "!'. .. ..Mar I. " j " S-t't Ii. " Aprils. ' I " -'t.4. ' May X " " Nov. 1, " . June 7, " " Iec.. " At all otlier lmf t 'a Oil 1 tho only t'.f. be visit (.rofc tonally) l.e may be found at Chicago. OFFICE AND SISPEABABY: ISl South Clark St., cor. Monroe. S. LOCKWOOD, fSar.ev(r" .' nkfoti A Luckaoutlj Whoremilp an! Kttisll Healer In HARDWARE, PON, bTKEL. NAII. M'UIN"S AXI.t-:t, 1KH.TS, ANVII.m, VISKr, TI1IMII1.K t-KLINd, H IX", MAt.I.KAItl K IKONS, r.tHIHI MKT At., I'.I.ACKFMITIM' Tool S M F.I HANK t' TOOLS, HOUSF; Mli'l -, H'Hl.1". NAILH, W1IKKI. IHKHOWi tVACtiN STiK'h.toKN J IIASKLT.AC.it . Aim a Full Aa r'.-nvat of C'.tdie. . f Siietial Attention civt 'i tn i.nh rs l y ni:il. Julrstb.lrti. IT I.IlH KAl K Boot and Shoe Store, J Vo. HMils street, near the ChlcafO. Bnrllnf ton AQutnr j lUllroad Depot, utuwa, Illinois. octll-ljr AVILUDE, Or l.am. of Blrta. A aluat!e addltloe, to the pleaaatea ol the Horue Circle. Price, .ie. ;4 HAPKMAK. It'F'lllllll Alll l,,V'TA'.,I',, PAPKit aad auTtlopr at Cxmsn A llapcataa a. ni.ATMH I 1WAUU". At 'AHI". rrtlllllallK , at vJJ ii J HAfAM-i.r. yianmg aoii Uuduing. PLANING MILL Sash, Door and Blind FACTORY. LumJuT, Lath j Lime, Nails, lluihlers' Hardware, &v. COLWEIil;, CLARK & CO. Have on hand Ja'mukb of all gra lcs Lath, Lime, Hair, Planter, Cement and JJrick, Scwcr Tipe, Drain Tile, Dimension and Cut tono. Ottawa and Joliet liubblo Stone, Ihiilders' Hardware of all descriptions, and Nails. Also (.lass and Tutt, Koild in Taper, etc. Tlie whole of the above materials having been purchased at tho lowest wholesale- figures, we will either sell r use them at tho lowest market figures. I'eing extensively engaged in the IJUlLDLMi ItUSINESS, And with tlie facilities we have, are prepared to complete and Do Work ( heaDcr & Hotter tlian Any Oilier Finn. We are fully stocked with Keady made JXXMIS, SASH & UL1NDS, manufactured from Well Seneoncd Lumber. PUf Luinber Yard Hosrack & Richardson's Docks. 655T Oftico and Factory La tallc St., opposite the Park House. COLWFLl, CLARK & CO Otiawa. March 1st, IKIil. UMI1UR! IjUMIIEKI STRAWN & POWELL DKALKKM IN Rhinglf l, Lath, Poat and fiail. Also, Manuiactiirers of and Dealer la (JIazod and UnIazed, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS & BRACKETS. PLANING- MILL tn oonnerttoT',iltb the limine, ,srd, svlni theipenenu IronbleW uaulln your luuiwr io a mm n rmr- mKr v.M .nil tlsnlr.e Mill neai ine I innois n BrP"e. airtllt. A few Thousand Dollars to Loan. Knu.alreof J. F. NASH, reft. At First Katlonal liai.k of Ottawa QTTAWA CKJITItK PLOW & WAGON SHOP. JOHN VETTE IW1paetocll the attentlt n of the pnhllc to hls 'nl. riied fai llltli'. f..r mannracrtuln Waii'.ns. ntir'.e.and ar kos kinds. .1 airrlcultural loipl-menU, such an Jtas. jlowh. h tlvalors.Ae. ALL KtMiHC K K I' A I K I N Inthewarof itlacksm'tliln. Wo'l Work. '-'f;,J'"J .no cl.ear.lv done. . r .-r. n -ni abroad de.iTen 1 on board csra i c.rial ! it free ol charge July Wth.fTS. JOHN VFTTF. ... .... hi . -!.!. i.n lir,'!j last. P)ic. SI 0 ?.! ,: the .'ate riiad. aS.ut !.. nn n rtti of .. l i , tr,' l'--i.i it--li. contilnlnr a note uf l.nd f.-r u , r' ,. .dr ...ii , r... ....r i.itf in i n ' ' i.ilr i: ' a .. ... 1 -..nl.nt. I.. t. ..n TTiMlfr nn triiii"' ' r si da!rne- , , . - information mt.lH ti it mt Mf I !-rnn rrr-i'lnnr.l n-l U ,!an,),e..,.t.p.rmen,h.:ir '.u,,. 111 enable him to to pir- reeovi-r chase said Dec. r.. :w P 1 1. Serena, 111. :Ti, Ari alV. UK CHII.Ii OVKK TKAK8 iF I i) a -e ran new leara Mlme u.'rman'a new meth nd r.f maWli 'f '' K'ower.. f'.r onlT hy pnrcli.ie l,k In.'r.ict1..n act an entire fc-t of mount. ..7 her b.k Iwructl' le. II be.ntltul art of maltln F..iu-rhlch P"fre repwlatl'.n of II natural .'.f.Ynin.a.1e wfh'.ul ld or arl.i Price. ..tJU tCt lKM,ltc"0ha.i:riiith author. MAtiAMh hfh VI V No IH wst i.t street, ew ork, or at iwoian A tiapeinan' Bjo tore. aofja-liii.x ).(M)n Forsaleby uTTAWxCASCo Jaaia'1 a large and M L-U.II1M)CM 1IIMIKM. braaiiral arinriii v- u -'--" . " . ..lklM-. Ml.hHfMl CnWI Pt!li. Olill I'ri.'"." r i -. u url made, wr u. e k, IHmaa A Haixxan. 1j or nrlnte4 to order, by QMAM A HAJ LMAS. N(Tie, IIH4F1 A I Kt'KI IT Yi IMAM A UAPKMA.V8 JJlOrtHV i. MT'I'.. iSnc:eor to rt.'i.Coltori it t.'o.,i t BOOTH PIPB V'""4 C'fTAW count house, li.UNOIJ. DRUGS AND MEDICINES Paints. Oils. Claii. Kerosene Lamp. LaatviM, btatloer. Toilet Soaps, herl'uniery. Pocket Cutlery, liaxom A Mro. I'aieni Aieuicines, i onms anu itruKiieA. j-nm mnj ai Lluuors fur Medicinal Purposes. Phynclans PreacruUoi.a Carefully Coainoundol. r nriners arid Phylclan Iron) tb country will find my stock nf medli lura complete. Wi raiueo genuine anu 01 ine nvsi iiuaiiiy. nnurr nnw bmiiki li Main street. may tm-U City Drug Store SHI Hit A: LOHHIAI X, l'rop.. Cor. La Salle 6c Madison Sts. II. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S ICE CREAM, ConlVH ioueTy Notion Store, An-i wholesale and retail dealer lu stlclr aad t'nncy t an U. s llrange. Lemons, Flg, Cigars, Flslilng Tackle, Croiiuet Sets.Toys, NotloiiJ. & , 14 Madison .Vf., 4 tw mt 1'. O. axmtr Parties, festival or families at all lime uplled wttta The Best of Ice Cream, Candies. Nuts & Fruit at the lowest Market Prices. Very thankful lor past favor, city. Ottawa. Jnne "Ih, IS,.!. Please call wtica in the ii. WAiniKC. LARGE STOCK, Ana LOW I'RICFS. FOI5 ANY .MITICI.K OF CLOTH OU T1 Hats, Caps, Trunks & Valises. KEMKMBKU S. C. BAR5METT, Tho Olothier &. Merchant Tailor, No. 3 REDDICK'S BLOCK Ottawa, lllliiolN. Merchant SIsyJGth W,i Tailoring t SpeHaUy. Winter Styles of HATS AT F. C. PRESCOTT'S t4 La Salle St., Ottawa. Hi. iKiuiur. VI Gas.Steam & Wafer Pipe Fitter, Kit MMtlt. Htreet, Opposite the Farmer's House, thank, the pulalf i of fAjaa . i... th. ir literal natnuiaire. aa l l to state that .K ' eirirlce ol tenty-tle year. In the boalnea. in: IN STIIX IIAM, And will eonttnne to supply at the loweet llrtna ra(r ' cr.fa-rlpe."-K and walrr llttii'ja. valve, .n.ii ai"l watci uira.c.teru, iranlen and htch pumps, ball.a. wsl-: closets. Ir.m sinks. hydrauU. chandelier, iu II ittuus. au! plumbers a- io.'. ceueralU'. fiaa llitnrea Be-Bronied Rqwal lo fiew. Burial Robes, Something Nice, At Moore's. T Uii;it iiaiju riAWios, MARTIN KEIM. The niostonvenlstit and the De.t riHcnlateA tr. lar citv. IMVOUTF.D DY HIMSELF. Calitomia Wines. Pure Liquors. The Best Cv4r: MSALSATASY BOER. Free Lunch Every Morning First ciy of Tarn HaJ, La SaiteM. OtUwa.JaneU.l71 -1J MAKT1K LhtU J at FKUC TaAHKK wrPtCk' (ilTSlflRfflli(i(iO()DS Glioicest GBrmanWmes 4