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OTTAWA FKKK TltADIUt: SATURDAY, MARCH 21, ie74.
6 LA SALLE C0CHTY UNION GKANGE. Thj regular lucftiiiii of the Ln Salle County Union' Grange was held hi Ottawa March 13, 1874. About fifty representatives of subordinate granges were present, and the utmost harm ony autl eanu'sitnesi prevailed. Several lady members graced the meeting with their presence. Purchasing agent, W. H. H. Holdridge, presented the confidential price list for the spring of 1874, of all kinds of farm machinery and tools, scales, sewing machines, pianos, watches, stove-, flour, newspapers, &c. The committee appointed at the last meet ing to confer with Maierhofer, J)eut & Co., made a statement of the action of that Ann iu not living up to the agreement made with hem. It was then lUsohtd, That this grange refuse to pur chase implements of those manufacturing firms who have shown themselves unfriendly to the farmers' movement, and who refuse to deal except through their own agents. A resolution to have all the granges in the county unite iu a pie-nie or harvest home, at some stated time and place, was passed, the expenses to he defrayed by the granges join ing in it. The delegates to the June meeting are requested to i.oine instructed on this sub ject. Also, llbtolre-d, That the subordinate granges are requested to furnish the secretary of this grange with the post otlice uddresi of their Master and Secretary. Gi;o. A. Tkuk. Secrctaiy. County papers are requested to copy. Makkikd. We find in the Ottawa (Kan.) Journal of the 7th inst., the following notice iu reference to a little social enterprise en tered upon by parties well known in this county : We take pleasure in announcing the happy onsummation of love's vowt,, between Mr. Geo. 1'. IYddieordand Miss Grace Woodniars, both of Franklin county, who were united by He v. H. Kelly, at the residence of Professor Wheeler in this city, yesterday (Wednesday) forenoon, and soon after started for their new home in Williamsburg township. The newly married couple will remain in this county but a short time, however, as they expect to go to Illinois in the early part of the summer, tliere to attend the Normal School. Mr. and Mrs. Pcddicord are known to our citizens as teach ers of ability and have very many warm friends amongst their associate teachers and other acquaintances The first service of Bishop Cummins in the " Reformed Episcopal Church" in New York last Sunday teems to have been a failure. There was an exceedingly small attendance, although the Kibliop preached one of his most brilliant Fcnr.ons. HOME MATTERS. TEMPERANCE. The Movement iu Ottawa ig Still Onward, in fipito of Same Kicking Back by tfce Anties. bince our last the movements on 1 lie temper i.uce qucbtion iu Ottawa may be briefly epitoni '.i.ed as follows: TUr: LAfnfcx1 mluuno. The temperance ladies held their adjourned meeting in the lecture room of the Methodist Church Friday last, Mrs. Hohcrt Strnwn it: the i hair. The committee appointed at the previous meeting to prepare a pledge submitted the fob lowing:- We fc vt solemnly promise to abstain from intoxicftt'.uff liquor in uvery form, save for me tlieinal :id sueranietitul purposes, and to discour age tbr.lr use at whatever '.iiae and iu whatever place we uiay be. The commh'tte aUo submitted a plan of organ isation, which was laid on the table, the meeting voting to unite with the gentlemen in an organ ization, to accomplish w hich the committee was Authorized to act with a committee of gentlemen previously appointed in preparing rules and reg illations for the propose society. MtETlXO AT CONGUUGATIONAI. CIIUU'U. Friday evening, (March 13,) pursuant to aeall of the billies, a muss meeting was held in the Con gregational Church. The church, which com fortably holds 1,000 people, wu.s tilled to a jam. A made up choir of some fifteen in the organ loft, with Prof. Simon st the CTgf.n, Opened the tiereises by kingiug "Nearer, nlytioii, to Thee." Rev. Mr. Uaum made a prayer, and then the i hoir saiitf auother piece the "Temperance Kal lyiug Cry." A. 1. Mason occupied the chair and V. M. fipp was secretary. The President ttaled that the ladies were disappointed iu not hairg ' Father Keating, as they had hoped, to add'efS the meeting, and must rely on volunteers. Dr. Stout was the first to respond. He wanted the petiole to elect a counsel opposed to grant ii'g licences after July, and believed, with the aid of the authorities and the Rcddick law, backed bv the ladits. the saloons in Ottawa could be closed. I K. N. Lewis, F.scp, kpoke r.vsi. lie gave a ''somewhat lengthy history of temperance move ments heretofore how for a time they hud pros, pcred, arid then died; but in the present move ment, which put Intemperance upon the basis of a violation of morality and religion, he believed we had reached solid rock. Men can successful ly resist force and evade law, but there wag no fghtiog against prayer. While he was uot ready to say thut the praying must be done in saloons, be hud faith in the elHcacy of fervent, earnest prayer. M. T. Moloney next responded. He said for '-,r two year hu had labomjl for temperance in a society started here by Father Keating, and he believed uot without result. He had more faith '.n educating and influencing the people, and es peciftlly the young, by steady, unceasing effort, than in these great popular outbursts, though they might do temporary good. The ultimate reliance for the nuccess of temperance wa on educational and family influeii'-c. F.ev. Mr. Motlatt and Dr. ( leghorn were the re maining speakers, the latter somewhat caustical ly reviewing the resolutions of the anii-tempcr-i.nce men published m our last. Vacancies in the laJies committi e were f.lled ith the nanus of Mrs. Dickey and Mrs. S veetser, It was voted to bold another meeting on Tucj- laV evening. The meeting i by ai'oTiting !!: fol'owing : solution: Jttt'Jml, Tl.at, a citizens of Ottawa, u.-sembled ma-s meeting, and representing Hie best In terests of ILe community, as the friends of liundl and lawful liberty, wbiie we recognise '.v.-mi'i as the chosen instrument of Providence n the Temperance Crusade, we, as the husbands, fathers and brothers, do hereby pledge our whole Tfluenct in public and social life yea, and our time and niouey also, to aid and sustain them In ocuicncingBud currying forward a vigorous and .;n.son:rmi:iii: war of evterininati .: r.j-air't luusiur i:vi:n-ino's ukihino. Rev. J. Hauni was called to the chair, Y. M. Sapp again actilig as secretary. After singing, i;ml a few remarks by the chair, the committee appointed at n previous meeting eiil'miltcd a plan of organization in huli-tuiiee. :i followa: To form u society to he ( ailed "The Ottawa Temperance League;" to b gotcrued by a hoard of manager to consist of three from each ward, two-thirds of whom shall be ladies, elected by the members of the society or league, "ervo oe year. This board are to sdeet ami to an ex ecutive committee of M:en, to serve three months. The managers are lo to elect a secre tary and treasurer, each to serve sir. months. All persons signing tin; pledge to Iu- members of the league. Its olijects shall !: 1 t, to enforce the iiun-usu by its members of intoxicating liquors; 'id, the suppression of the legalized sale of intox icating liquors in our city, as now fostered mill curried on under the unjust :uul destructive li cense system ; IM, the establishment of a place or places to promote social culture, w ith reading room, lectures nr.d other means of healthful en tertainment and icereation, the privileges of which shall be free to nil orderly and vveH eon ductiyl perilous. Tin; "plan'' wa.-. unanimously adopted, and a commiti'c, consisting of A. 1. Mason, Thomas Spencer, Mis. F. 1. Swectscr, Mrs. Kobt. Strawn, Mrs, F. M. fapp, Mrs. .1. Dickey ami Mrs. .1. K. Porter, wtts appointed, to report at the next meeting names of suitable persons to constitute the boards managers. A comiciltee of tour ladies was also appointed to circulate papers through the audience for the signatures of all who were willing to become members of the League. The committee report ed two hundred and eleven names. A committee of ten ladies, consisting of Mrs. McKeel, Mrs. McF.hvain, Mrs. T. 1). C'atliu, Mrs. lleckwith. Mrs. Throop, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Fyfe, Mrs. Lansing, Mis. Paul and Mr. Mason, was appointed to canvass for nanu s and report at next meeting. This committer was authorized: to udd to their number ladies who can speak the (iennan language. Speeches were made timing the evening by Kev. Mr. Benton, of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa; Itcpre-1 seutative Scule, and Father Hosack. n nil: otiii:k siiu:. In response to the call published iu our hist, the friends of "law, justice and liberty," or, in other words, those opposed to the p-esent tem perance movement in Ottawa, gathered In force at Shafer's Hall on Saturday evening. The hall, which holds three or four bundled people, was comfortably tilled. A. II. Strobcl was called to the chair and addressed the audience iu the Her man language. His speech was couched in tem perate language, and while the speaker professed himself a friend of temperance, he yet earnestly protested against the right of any one or class t-o dictate to other what they should eat or drink. ".lack" Livlne, the cigar maker, well known as somewhat prominent in the movements of the workingmen heretofore, then addressed the meeting in Knglish. The speech was character Istic Hiid abounded in some pretty sharp hits, one of which, Illustrative of the character of the Yankee, was, that if a bottle of whisky win placed In (a hot place) for safety, a Yankee Would be sure to steal it. Jack concluded that, as the liquor tratllc was rcoognized by all civilized na tions and regulated and licensed by municipal authorities like any other lawful trade, It would take something more than praying to atop it. Alderman McOinnis spoke next. He repre sented this ward in the City Council, and, as the servant of his constituents, tried to carry out their will, lie believes he did so In supporting licences. While he made uo claims to being a temperance man himself, he yet denied that be was intemperate, lie thought there was a good deal of hypocrisy in much of this professed zeal for temperance. He had noticed that many good temperance men in Ottawa were quite the reverse when they got to Streator. Tliere was also a good deal of slipping out of the back doors of drugstores with a bottle of "bitters" under the coat tall. Mr. Mediums said he was a candidate for re election as alderman, and believed he would he elected; but It would not be on accouui of any pledges he made at this meeting as to how he would vote if certain tsinpeiance measures were brought before the council, for he had no pledges to make. (lee. W. W. lllnke was the last speaker, ind after commenting pretty severely on the ladles movement as he had seen it exemplified in Mar seilles, "curried down" Father Cleghoin in his choicest veriiReular. He closed by profe-Bimrhis ability to Ul-.e care of himself, either as todiink ing or letting it alone. A coramittee of three from each ward was now appointed, charged with the rather delicate duty of selecting a candidate for iildennan for each Ward. While the committee were out medita ting on this weighty matter Alderman Hook got the floor and made speech in favor of the elec tion of Henry Wolf as alderman of the. "ith wrd, in place of V. Medium, l'ut heard him thpiugh paticutlv, and then squelched Charley liy the simple remark that he "considered Charlry Hook the poorest alderman he ever saw!" Then the committee returned and reported in favor of the anti-temperance interest supporting for alder man Donahue in the 1st ward, Kerne in the od, Hrowti in the 4th, Mcdinnis in the filli, and Ho- ban :m.l Mattes in tne oin. mo report was unaiuii .utly adopted, and, after nfew closing re- mark trom Jack Lavine, the meeting adjourned. mn Editor Free Tr4iUr:i a report of a meeting held at SchaUer's Hall on Saturday eveulng last, I notice that one of the speakers wtntsomewLat out of bis w ay to attack men who thought them selves too in-ignifieant to tttructthe great man's notice. This "so-called" nian is reported to have said "He thought many of the so called temperance men of Ottawa were quit6 the reverse when they went to Strcator." Ind;ed? I have heard that w hen oas It lllghtly " .'.temperate'' he is great at multiple a'.ion. I wonder was this the fix of the so-called man"? I fear I must believe so, a. I happened to he in Streator .t tl e t.me n fcrs to, namely, the 4th of h-st July. And here let me eUte that I saw iu Stre itor, on a platform occupied by so-called temper uiee men, lor so-called temperance purpo.es, a so called man, and I could not repress the thought that hia heart was yearning for a no-1 of friendly recognition from ar.ycft'jcie so-called temper ance men; that he cbifteJ his position to attract it, and that be would have been delighted at be ing able and allowed then and there t make a grand timperunce speech, all of which r-id(!o him immensely in my estimation. In conclusion, I would beg bis tighr.es t let " the to-called temperance men of Ottawa" alone, and raiJ his own business, or, like tome "..' temperate" rr.cn, te may run against a lamp- ,ro-;. Fcper iu'l 3 M. K. O Ckow lzt. Kurt's 1- br-ted flove-tttiug sh.-K.-s for 1-dirs' wear ul th" v-Cl k:i:i itoa hji t ii 5 P'ioc itcre Seiiecit I trills. On St. Patrick's iluy the, Sons of Klin, of the F.mcialil Society, had a line public exhibition in the way of parade, in their new ami beautiful uniform. lit the evening at their dance, there were present lOo couples.' Mr. Fred. Thomas and Miss Nellie Chirk, have entered i.ito partnership lor life. They w ill en gage in domestic felicity and nYc'i. Dr. Jai kson l as had "a call," as the church ex presses it, to go to Maiseilles and manage the bank at the city named. His brother Robert and Wilks, of the Marseilles 'mink, one of the best ae. couiitants iu the slate, will run the Seneca bank. Seneca will miss our genial friend the Doctor, but "business is business." Jackson it Hro. have sold out their drug store to James Trauscau, who for about two years has been their clerk and general business man in the druggery. Mr. Traiiseau has taken in as a part ner Mr. A. P.. Anderson, of Wedrou. Quite a commotion was lately caused at Seneca by the d'-eovcry of live stiiciciil graves near the Illinois river on the north bank, on Mr. '.'lark's land. Appeal an ces w ould indicate that the graves are very old, perhaps they may have been tin fund rct in g place of some of Father La Salle's party who discovered the Illinois river and paed up in boats to Luke Michigan fioo Aioc iiv' MOi will. They were evidently graves of white men, a tle-v were buried under the usual mound, with a large head stone and a small foot stone, stamlingca-t and west. One day, recently, two of them were opened. The bed rock is only three feet below the surface of the ground. Upon the rock was found dark, rich soil, but no bones. Quite a temperance excitement is prcvailingat the churches, :ii, d a large number have "sworn oil'," not only from whisky but tobacco. Mr. L. 1". Olnistead, late of Olmstcad Nell', hardware, has opened an agricultural Implement house at the stand formerly occupied by Frank Shaw. Frank Shaw has gone west to grow iip.Ac. llichardsoii iV Hro. are running a very neat and well supplied drug store, news depot, c. and will hereafter supply tne people thereabouts with the weekly Film: Tnuu:it. fresh from the press every Saturday. Mr. Jeremiah Crotty is about to erect a new public hall, with stores underneath, a want much felt In Seneca. Jerry is also about toopena coal mine and as a starter, he received, on Wednesday, a bran new wheelbarrow from Chicago. He will "take the Held in person.". Prof. Jocelyn, ol the Academy of Music, Otta wa, is meeting with success in organizing a class in the violin, lb: will visit Seneca every Thurs day afternoon and show the boys how to draw the bow. l'lof. Marsh, also from the Academy of Music, has twenty pupils on the piano and organ, and will hereafter give one da v," Thursday, of every Week, to their Instruction. Mitrsf IlIeH Items. At Marseilles, on Thursday last, the praying ladies w ere out iu full force. So far they have closed up no saloon, but Uave got many to sign the pledge, among them one or two old " bum mers," who it is hoped will stick, but "you can't most always tell, how long you know." The saloon keepers at Hist were annoyed on account of these novel proceedings, but now as they are getting used to them they rather like the fun, especially as it helps business over 100 per cent. Russell & Co.,successoi b to blackmail, who is the Co., informs us und proved to our satisfaction that they do double the busiuess afternoons when the women come out, this Is done when the ladies remain away.and John l'ringle,tiie clerk of the cs tablishment, coiilinns theabovebtatenient. Rus sell it Co. have the fancy saloon of Marseilles, and keep iu connection a good rc.taurant. They talk of setting out a nice lunch for thu girls as a re. compense for the valuable ad fci tiscmcnt which they give the saloon. ReligiOu and whiky mixed is a singular compound. j The lleckwith hoiis- under the able manage ment cd mine hol't'illing, continues to be oik; of the most popular hotols outside of Chicago. Land it Cane still do a lively jewelry business and have received their spring stock. The night watchman of Marseilles while poo scssiug tire 'Advantage of being so tall that he can stand anywhere on the street and see over the aV'iage of the building-? in town, labors und'r a serious draw back, vr rather a pair of tlreiii; his feet extend so far- forward that when his toes puss a given point She rest of him is three blocks away. This givers timely notice to the bad boys w ho, alter pelting bis corns a couple of min utes., till have plenty of time iu which to skeed.id die beforcs he arrives at the scene of the low When he stand at the post ollicu, looking west, two streets and three :illc sarc blocked up by his pedal extremities as badly lis a train of cattle and hay ears could do it and the perfume, it i said, is equally disagreeahli. A (ieriuiui friend, who claims to lavor f i ; "' au': rightly understood and whose only indul gence is an occasional gla-s of beer with long inteivals between drinks, hand-1 us the following communication, objurgatory of a pun ly American , . , i j l t : f -.. CUsVolil will 11 lie rcgarus ai pioi.iuine u unoe drunkenness than all the breweries in t lies world. We have essayed to make the translation us lit eral as posiible: '. '' Traili The temperance fanaticism has actually reached the stage of all cpiib mic. Kvcrywliere the causes ol intemperance areglio lv siiukeii of, but one ol the ino.-t fruitful is not even mentioned. There exists iu this country a custom known as trtatimj, which has run into a national vice; for it is a fact that must of the in curable drunkards in America have become such through this vile custom. What in its origin may have been intended only for a friendly and convivial courtesy, lias in the course of time run into a habit which, under the im ittuicnt of a false pride, has become one of the mo-l po tent abettors of drunkenness. L'nlcss a man is a total stranger he can hardly expect to enter a taloon and drink only as much as be i hooe-: but on the contrary, ni ist be prepared not only to drink with the lirst friend or acquaintance he encounters, but with bis friend's next friend or acquaintance. hom he may never before have ei n, and then ith thai liicnd's friend, and so on indefinitely; so that the man drinks not weal he w ishes, tail what others oblige him to diink. How many who.cn a hot summer day have -u-lered a saior n to refresh tl eiiin-lves with a -ingle gl i" 'f beer, have thu. through this aNi:i inabic custom, L'one away intoxicated; and Imw many more, once launched - ni this slippery tne k. have tiii.i!!' brought up iu tie' slough ol un ma Mo druukei r.css? To roiiilis'. int' mpe.-aiic - with pratb .il cum- mon Si Use, il seems id ii:e lie j., ,uie mil l 01 i pre.-s und the friend of temperance generally should bo to ..-.ail th s s.-i:-i-h-- practice ol tnatint. It would te va-!ly i:i"re ctieclive. in my humble opinion, than the pulpit h.irraagio-r of fanatical j.ar-'i-s, or Hie h.d otu abu-mdity of the praying M-t is Kn-j ling in-ide or before the doors of the. saloons i-id i neounterin.' tin riui u'.e and ribaldry of the Lea-t!y rabble. The sort of unv. meats like the one n' w in progre-s Imj air all social and I u-in- will and conlidenee u nong faiail.e and i iliyei:, and will b ad t- no good, 'lie: wril.-r 1 p riivl-d that an amiable. n-ible women can exert vi-uy nor- inSueiK : for co.d with her I.u-eand. should he ui.happilv be a diur.kurd. li.aii ah vo'jr tliostlv Unalie's- and rimg kistefi. In- steal of reiving on ui h liui-lioiuhlo im-iiti-, tb idtj -hnuld : to i irents, to diligent. in training up their children, to incub-ate tbi avoi.l.me.- ..f itu iti-:.o-nle b inti ii:per-:nre, a wi '1 i- ' '!' i-b j- -."ii hv po rif i:"ul pre l. a-.--. L. V. Kvpluiiatory. During the past ten days a number of des patches havti appeared from Ottawa in the Chi cago T lints relative to the temperance question As specimens of silly twaddle, based upon no other foundation than that which w as supplied by a sickly imagination, they were a success; but us items of information, based upon truth, they were ridiculous failures. As 1 had been the regular correspondent of the Chicago TUnt from Ottawa fcr four years, the public here natu rally attributed the authorship of these tele grams to me. I did not write or send them, or any of them. I do not wish to be understood as opposing temperance, and the ladies who ear nestly work iu that cause at home or in their churches have my warmest endorsement. Those who pray about the housetops or exhort In ta loons make themselves the targets for just criti eisin, and instead of helping their caue, dam age it ii: the opinion of J. O. AitMsTKoxc. AN'NOI'M'KMESIS. AlMil t It LOCK WOOD w anuoiiiiceaKacaniliiliiie for ToWU Ases i." ni the iiexttjniuti.ft; Town Mvcilrg. fHarrico. At Christ I iKivj, March ir:h. tiy the Kev. .!. I,, snele, O.I'm Mr. I H.U:i.l.ST.VLti:io Miss KAN. IK MOUIUS. allul llnseily. At IlieOunwa Ibiasf, March If th.hy the ttev. J. L. Siecj,. D P , UeeierclnM Church, Mr. I'llKHKItK; 1". I IIOMAS 10 Mls NLLLIK t I.AUK. nil of llrookl'elii. Iiidttuwa, on the ITU. Inn., hv .1. tl. ."tnlth. K i.. Mr. CHKST I". (ioitlu N to Mi.s ttUUTIIA 11. THOMPSON, botliol thetuwaor Manikin. fViilaur iiiiititnl. Them Is no pata wliteti tli" C'entaw I.lutnient will not relieve, no swelllr.j it will not subit'je, and no l,cui:nes which It will not cure. Ties Is strong language, but It Is true. IthusproJuoeiltiiorecarej of rheumatism, n"uralt?ia, lockjaw, palny IJsltlCPffi sprains, swelling, cakod breasts, scalds burns, salt-rheum, ear-ache, Ac, upon th Iniiuna frame, and of stniliii, spavin, gulls, 4c, upon animals la one year Uian have all other pretended remedies since the world be gan. It Is a counter-irritant, an all healing pain reliever. Cripples throw away thslr crutches, the lame walk, poison oils bites are pjndercJ harmless, audUie wounded are healed without a fear. It is no humbiu. The recipe Is puhllshi-d aronnd each hoi lie. It Is selling as no article ever before soM.aml It so ils because It does just what it pretends to do. Those who now suffer from rheumatism, palu or swelling deserve to suffer if they will not uso Centaur Liniment. More than l.ono certificates of remarkable cures, Including frozen limbs, chronic rhotimnt'.sm, gout, running tuiiion, ic.liavc been received. IVe will send a circular containing certificates, the rectus, 4c crails, to any one reQncstinT H. One botUe of the ycllo wrapper Centaur l.lnlraent Is worth one hundred dollars for spavined or swecnled horses and mules, or for screw-worm In sheep. Stock owners, this tin luient is worth your uttentloa. No family should be with out Centaur I.lnlment. Sold by all druggists. Wo per bottle; argo bottles $1. J.B..T. liosa Cog Broodvray, New York. CAN roit I A Is more than a sunstlliiteror Castoi OU. It i the ohly ic article In existence which is cerium asslmllste tUe iooil, regulate the ls)Wls, cure wind-colic and produci! natural sleep. It contain l.e ther minerals, morphine or alcohol, and Is plcasanl to take, ClilKt.ee Bfnf tery.aud mothers may rest. oct4-ly-&thp FARMERS' GRANGES. Wt I he ini(Ii'rsfj?iMMl Hag- mi Mji mi ractiuors ol Ottawa, wisli it distinctly iiiHlor- stooil that wo Sell Wagons ami do all work in our line at Far in urn' Urtuujv. Pri ces for (1(t.st Wo make no distinctions, ami give all the benefit oniramre Prices. J. D. VETTE, C. HAHN, SCHMID & SIPPEL, E. ERICSON. uiusam, March .1st, IW.-lnio Is without doubt the most elegant HAIR DR.ESSER in the World. A lady's toilet i3 not complete without ,t. We are aware that th:3 may seem arrogant. but the many testimonials we have had in its favor war rants us in malting tho assertion. It pnven's the hair Irom tailing oft, and glv I-, a !! tn and tieauty that no other preparation can. Wholly free from irritating and l.nrilul pr iy: ties. It 1me'-8 all the peculiarly blind and Ml-te pntertlc of ( iKOanut till ia the highest ponltk- kt ite of pur.iy slut frsgTance. itlscwjilrr In ltl'.r.aincenpou the .kin. lutes ail ciitaDC'.us urnptlonii. aal ith I'-is 1''" ' '? hite.soft ar.d healthy. It Is the fheap'-st.b'i suseltsi-rr's n an- th" L'-n and most lasting. It U pre;iar'd with the rrat-a- care an I perfuwrj !lli the most Jellcate iierfumrl l lie tnaiki-t an r.I. Hold at a price that is at tin; i o xman I ' f ete: i:.f. I'rlce .V) cents p-r bottle. jnt ka Ti'KKD a r tin: i.Aii"i:.ii)uv m W. N. HEDGES & CO , t'r .tt r.in 't r M . n aod Cent'T tret. Sprir.Kfield O. JOHN I) PARK, Agent. Cincinnati, O For sV-chy FG11BES & GEIIRING, Ottawa, Ills. It. w- III (Ml A V , 1KSJRANCE AGENT. : H K : '-.rrwr His. r tt I.-rf:;i 1: L'i;!'. 'i II. .1-1. rr.iu.i. - iruxii'. ... .r: .-mr:ll .ic-nt Waiit.il. An I'l l f UbiI.t.eil .!je Insurance Cirnptn. In.fpma te-l la New VorW Sl-.e. Is i!e!rouol Mtewlinj ! ui . Id ' t!a a si i a-l.jlnLr.j c-ub'.1'. liei.tlerueri nhoarp'.y roa.t .tafe In .!.! Vie.rre-.i t '. 'or a cotnp'.i.biLi a sncce1.. an t what e:rk-nce, if ai.y. they a.ay siave k.l In the Life luaumee bnine. !!: wL ar aow art.u." tor Local) Ar-i.ts Pr U..T I It louipatlia mill Or.i this a capital ha: ce it forn.in a Dot pror.ubleeonnt!on with a iitf ';'' ; '" Ailtoniaur.icatiot). tre itsl ror.Cd' nU il". Adi.-' 'la rtfa 1. c I Wth ti il r an". 1; i l! i :n.. Iv.-l r p .V..a TO REMOVAL ! I am now settled in my new (juarters, in the Store formerly occupied hy (iridley A: IVrkins, where I shall keep a full stock of DRY 300!S, (aiOCKKIKS. BOOTS AM) SHOES, &c. itc..all oi which I shall sell at a small profit. The highest market price paid for all kinds of country produce. D. Otviuvii. I V'li. ,M. Hedges' Vhutupiou lluldntj J'i MS. I! i . i i .tr' til T'Vi.n iirii'..t uit,n In Hie umhl are i on d'lnir to tlmke tilsi Those we had yentt rday acre alt retlu r too hluh tor the en This (Ml it in plot) I tn Ii I ii I'oniiei'iil'll I. IIKIHIKH Atl)., Sprlnitllehl, Ohio. l-'OK NAIjI! c w Sfe r b 2 s & 5 2 " il Ei- S '. ; .. ' I ;- ti I. - " r ; .. ' - . . . '" ll...' - .... . V4., (" l .- ', " . - i ' 'I,- , . . 'Sm flUbcrtlscmrnts. Is Prompt Reliable. Salo and Pleasa.it, ccnreqnently tho Greatest Remedy of the Ago. for COUGHS-', COLDS, BRONCHI TIS, PNEUMONIA, CROUP, WHOOP ING COUGH, and nil Pulmonary Auc tions. TosUliely the uut lvll rei. i- !y in :t-' u: ' ,r a hat II 1 p-Conimendi d. The united voice of all U:at have iw.i It n prov: Irs woiid-rfiil ttl.-ctn a a.-r-:' 1 hrout aud Luiik. I oiuinpllvi s should 1 t r-sn ar.til :' r.Kb" lTJ.MOSK: LIK1 II VI -A M. ir'mart.'j t.'i eml It will secure to tie-Ill l.eit'i. M-eomUrlly. beraaHe it r t i im i'. I fiwdon: from cuu.-hii.;. ' Ki ry lofcrnnner r prodw r ..I oi.;ii t !l.ouKh.. Asthrua. H -oocliit... c. an- p.1J I Ml. HtlM.KS' I I I.M"M L'l " Vl.sAM. TlMreareter.r.f wlytvry f.m .;: .-' -6 UKUdKS' ITLM.iMf ! VIAM j 1. Itttl.!e(i'P;- I '' '-' ''' '" '-'' it t mufii " l:,'!, '" t tl ty iltlllll.T"'!"1- i. it t and c-rt.i.n I; , .,u;.rd teith i;t.. 1.1 1 . .. e It;, rra:itsl M.ve.ai: - i, ; on j.ov-J entirely m ! r'.ial t;ilsA.i.K S. It is M'-Kl popular niej o.',e in ire n.r- i. l'ls-ia-e j.hys'.eiai.s ar- p;-cribiiii It. ;o. I's'i 'very Uraiiy that ' a- hi t 1: w ii 1... 1 M -At TAi It KKIi AT TIH- I-AII iHMull'i" !' W. N. HEDGES & CO. r. ,:..i a-', comer nt Vi an-H.nt r stin t. Springncld. O. JOHN D PARK, Agent. , Cincinnati, C. I Tor sale 1 y FOKBES ft GEHRING. n,droi Ottawa. Ills- ''OA-mVm i:it WII.Ij I'l.-ml It l'fi.2 I 1. . :-j r-t -.r it.it. jri'o-e null nnJ ..... r!l..urr, IT'.I t'- . B ...". C. O'KANE. irth r is the llent Yeast l'ou tter. 6 kirilit hv .e-.-M, j nlit ?" " A'fiV. liin'ilin. I am halllr.2 thirn down to tile pao n fort ol your l.uihiiml." pilue"' Is o mighty powerful " IIV I 1 1 1 I . I j 1 SINGER. Tli B-t Fnc:i'y S winn M.tchino in ti e Market isj tho Improved Singer. t ti'i-'l, HVHl L.H rt UUt.l VJ JtlVt Sril'fttkJLiuli. A!! Mai-hints Sold by M- will lv Kept in lUpair. At.tl S'-r llr, etc., wlU te rartU-he.1 to unl.v. nr.lers from ty rart of the sniniv mill melvv pn.i u.t :..uit. Maciaiii d.T.vnea a.1'1 uwtrucitoo va. MRS. KATE PEASE. Agent. i-l-.a. Ili, Marc a .1. Is'i-lv c. G-. lxjtz;. BOOK BINDER .Ml Paper Box Manufacturer, i'i . f V ic,.l:i, lVt.xl c!. Mwrt Vls..', l . Ii3':d im very s:j ie. Aic l'api-f Hold u.u luuw. Man-a Jl.t, Istl. To Kent ii Farm of Eishty Acres. Ma.-t h r.-lw Addu-s JOIIS KLv:LU KarMll. L;. I) r.rlin bereniwre m.tii trtmea e'r". 1 T. J. KlL-rU. ti .Vrtixtim i-iii 01 vara pvr" !tae th !a'.e 4r. .ill oe r4 w lf WoUtvu. wul e.-..Iva-.tanitscouiU-l Ctl, .'AS fcUHHisrt 1. .-wv 'UX-.'-i. ara-.m ;51. P1 Me- -& :: r. rJ K m ' - S tag ' I z . . " i r, & vy J H rva j ;: - ytfrmmAL-lLl 11 t j u - - -' Ir'y m fX Y : ' " 1 .