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IREAM OF OITR EXCHANGES. ''Talk about t!ie uvc-rc m ntnl lulxir of linn, iflys Bcrtlia. "it t.'.Ui'B u.ore Lanl atudy to ilwov. er the front of a nrw sjirina liHt than would win a case in supreme coart against u railroad. Li. And the result attniued is often at absurd. W y is tlie letter Y like a younff lady. Bucause it makes pa psy. A'jt. Why is a yonnir lndy dependant upon the li t ter r r Because without sue miu io(Of) Advtrtittr, r r Yes, ar.d take th out rf the young lady mid she la transfornud into a lien, for lady niiux the d annkes her toy. Now"! Eibehs lawyers have r. way of turning back upro Irascible old judgrf . Here is n sarnpl-:: " All right, old skillet-less," said a Kansas law trr to a judge who fincil him for contempt. If the "B" mt put: If the . putting: Geo, i. Prentiss, in Louitvnic Jmrual in 7l. L. Slvder, of Peru, would like to dif ose of a nice little almanac to any promising unciiin who may solve the aoove puzzio on umn-iu.ion. It redds: If the -prate be empty, ptt coal on (colon); if the rrate he full, stop putting coal on, Now end aloe? your almanac or any other ii'.k.cx that may ba handy. Rockford Iha new industry. It has " home made pea," anfl the Ifniuhr ie wkhiff a fuss ntor ; Wtv. Mr. l.'emtler. Ibis is nothing to boast of. There is not a fumUy in Freeport tliat lon t rnnlce their own peas, rod they make no noise abost It- In the papers.-Freeport Bul letin. A (rood 1hto Bangor boy Teeeatly refused to spell elder bt-:auso he had siipiei the pledge Yes, Mid wt know of a lh-t-Mied young swab here wibo lrr.s quit goinf waee !si girl since he Joined the temperance ieaguc and "cussed off." lie asoetf't vlait her new Because ne na?eio break his pledge and sit bo-rf'' X. Jamos M. F'.eld, fitlicr of Miss Kate Field, tad a 'fjn.ous actor god author in hia day, once wiaotc a ' jaiert Soliisqoy,'" which opened Urns: " Oh when I tluok of what I am i.nd what I ied tc woa, j :liink Pve tiirow'd myself away M'itheut BulSlciofl'. coz." 'Thc'Eioux City Jwmil describes one vf 'Hi". belles Cf a bill touvi es graceful little todd." She ni" t have thorrs particularly in the hop. The I'reewirt liuutliu hits not an t-xulto.? oniuica of ttc iavsiale-eodety of llockfojd. It rrmur':6: The youths ol 2.ool;fo:d spend their leisure momenta be twecx. iuppui; tne tins oi ir mer riian'.s and usinr n-de'erJ liirnruagc to tlie.iartie.: . au they wuli on The street, mid yet Koeitford . a city of moral j'je and Taulcal politics. "Jcung twntleoi:avincr wedding presents :4c inal e will be irrltccsted in the fact that oin aligitors can he ougW at Perry, Ga, tfor'Jl apiece. A Mnu-l MtTler laufbad heartily at o year. : liaj maker when iiiu yoiluw-juckuls gt up. his narikte.'i trow-KM. i'-ut when they got utrjici: ' 'tWi.6 no joke. Xx. erved hct Tiglit. 'VSu have alway batCitr. epponfrjt of winn'jn warring the brceeiliet. jf children will pluy ic the street they 'irusVo:; ptot to be n.n over. &i Thursday iiiiimiug, suiall ur'diin Wits iil.xyrrig iu tlw; stroot on tkc 'ccrnef of gtnte cnu K j.'ii, when a team run over . him but fortunately received co Injurie;. fy.vVc t'c. Grmi'jr. " '. ; ! We ere gnd to note tftat the team rocirel a injuries, for the .owner sake. Whether rihe bit - as hurt or cot a roi cof our business. A 'ew Haver. p:.rcr otrers t excliuu'u b ncV peems tm rpring 'f sr a bott" of ciugh7 r.ip. Unmuz2'd bs'.l deff iiro r.fKjtnmendd (fir ' luu'-h Iioum eothsit UjI wlioctiiw thiire.iiiJi u bite. AV. fume lsT.t-U ho ist i but not la Ottawa-holti out indue meiits to the hungry tu it are :iat i tie letter liiui: tLe abc.vs. On Tuw dsiv t'uht oinductor t.ns. Tirloy, : thcC, K. I. A P. rai":ii'jnd, fouti.a foinolo haby, wrapped i.p, lying on a seat wliiuli Juul jut.L'etiii occupieu t v a mu udu woman. - note m '.foi lows acooiipunied It: .' To the jMtniiUttt ofjwh kali : ' Take g' jd caie cf :ny b.'iliy; K 1 a dortilutc r-iHer s cuim, Tocicg ;nnu a br-uvai una aonion husband, its .caaue -if Virginia S born McyUl), Brakesnux Gecrg'C ti rigga a3pVd it.-Jdliet New the -ymslitn k, who Is tLa.t bruta 'S;? Ve have tbort aai tiort," und If it aiut femitli e give it 'jp. Fine, dirk rovzi Lr.5r RlgnlfHrtTio comtalna ;tion of cxqciiteenaibiJitie wUhcmat atriteth of charades. A n d the r. it y our lieautif ul sandy ut d g! I tUrjog red hnir, wbtt does tlict signify? Ircokun uuyt tatdies unC cmnslMed crockery, dotar.n tie tortui- . Cos and lioaielijld ,iOlu.noes, " tlutf's wot, jw know id iio." John Weiitwvrtlrwriii'jfi to the Ckti'iiro pnpew his reasons ftraot huy'c a 14,0(K' bul. 'We i in t fcee tlie ue &. sucli. ostly animal. Ah ord'u ntry Texas teer .will j?tt away witi tinan jiut as iuick, andien't ooet one lUiirUartis inm li. Ar.d now day tWy eai verythiilK i-o Hteak, i-rniiiiim iiig at the lult urd working ht-icc cuU titar to the lmnw, wuf.tu't think a IM.OIHI bull ;ilwr:ntle any laore feak than a r.oiub. As !er a plaything fur children we wouldr't give .Hicch for ahull tatvhuw. -John hua our .Tftproliii i.:tn fur nut hidditijr hhbor, bnt be neeitr", make .a tuts tijoBt it.ES fnso?mi. "The Boston .14rt)-; after a month eogita i.o:', l.us u ecedei iu.ei'ii!g the Swing Piitton tf.rtroversy to music, Vivthla wise: Jou munkccp.Vuieti the strict Dr. Vlt tm, 1 he straight PrcahvteriMt hat on," "1 shnll do no ufch thing," Kaidtln: liberal 8wln. ' tf oner perah than aJway f.-el that on." ; Tli-.n vengfiiiee," tt&A still' Dr. Patton, -- ;1 fpruig, at a eat ili'ee a rat on : r or Hit eLarges I lirig w Will sure muke you t-inif." . Us UraighU-ay his Uh horse he gat on. ; l.t ouuncU lli called t. u,jj ialt() is,', rj.ijert lixd manv tnk.Aoir t at th rharges fell tat, - ' AidsndiJ tl'hut, W liieh the council in wiwhin. then sat on ie S Louis t;l,t crushes tlv ruutile thus: j "The ( IVago Tun states that Mm,,. U l0,n u t -P (or the Presidency." Tit CMea w V. at cot elgil,le. But then anrtJ.ing U , ""."ii U d to the paper which placed (iu.. i.-aryu,""nc ruil-e cunitidutea l..r Atimu.r,,.-.., . Pcniylvaua, oblivious of the faa that he was Cl'kkcer.fcf the ITiut.w t:-,t,r re,(,nii.le for the foUorlng: 1 i. ttyrvt in aiirm gite a cfcronm with eyry drwk. Funk baa all the walla cf hit h.ue .i . """, unu bow naiits The folloalnx is a specimen of whi may be tailed polyjramk jTa yara literature. There if eo "free hm'" la It, yet somehow it W un. f'rniantly tl at way: "Weep not for me, niy dearc.t dear, I am not dtad, hut leeplng here; Repent, my love, before you die. For you mutt come and sleep with J." "I will not weep, my dearest life, . . Kor I hare got another wife; I cannot come and sleep with thee, For I must go and sleep with ." it ia now discovered that the account of the "Ullooa" that was fouad la a tree In North Afri ca, and supposed to Lave traveled aoutward from Fruit t'irirK the Franco Gcrmsn war, la found tpograi)hical error. The word should od on liavo lt.'cu printed "lialKjori. The lHibii'iue Tim," is repoiihib!c for this: " l'iielc: Oi.lns doesn't diets like her brothers of the bar," says the Chlcap Tribunr, by way tff eommeiKing nil item. That's undoubtedly true; she drones ty putting her clothes over her head wlrile they don't-and what U more can't. But v hat buMiieF W that to tlie Ti-ibui, anylKi i" Tlie Fort Dodge, Iowa, Mtuaf i p-ilty of this cpithalamluin: Oh. there's not In this world u Happier iw Than to sit by the atove-pipe und UlWUu your To kiss her warm Hps la your mori.erl of glee, And twlht tlw cat's tail when she Junp on your knee. Balzac said any man can marry -any woman and we boihevc it since a pretty frlrf in Spriufluld, Ohio, narried a man named Popoi. A San .Vntonio (Texas) druggist lately had a painful realization of the inad-Miuacy of the Kn- glish lai.guagc to express atrouJC emouon, m this way: lavrrcak bv a violepi ,!..,r Bt i.i l.wir iifil. mid hurrying down en des- habiile, wus requested by trailer who was junt going otr in a stagecoach, to put some U liolitl on a liorncu iri'x m uuim. n...--- presorted. The Louisville Cwrir-Jtn t'd has a poet who thus nvings himself loose n me juainiuwiai Ca: "Oh M&roU'Cavc Wfcftt a t pot In summer "ild, la wiuter bot. Oh Munett Cave, What avjnder, Tby inamOUi dome And big rotunder." ri i....i..iiJ svstei. under th vmcs of t urtesies to the press, lias broken out in a new tarter. We lifcd thi Htx in a New V-ci City paper: Tlw. trimlrtMiiif n UwVirV nfttnAttrv CvnrCRS E ill, have appropriated ft jdat, with room or VM) fmvi . for tne HiteriM-;; i oi me. moors in mi- 'ew York citv press complimentary. Itia ''"''ell enough to state that, with their usual .prompt less in such cases, the gift hns been ackiiowl edged by the iournulish; f the city. It Is by no .means the llret time tUat dead-lieadu heve been tukeu in by a cemetery. A New Hampshire lat'y died reseoWj after hav ing read tlie lible through thirty .four times. After this terrible warriog it Is haidiyceeessary to warn readm net U read the bible through fiut thirty-tltrte tifuoe, V they would Htc longer in the IuimI. A breach of jiroiuiscjf luarriagw iu-vhieh the damages -cre3ttid at i-0,000, has heor. compro miscd for5nd a new chignou. "Jhatocrurred in the BU,tci? Jventu'jVy. Wo canifotijid rooru for the sorg iX us, be ginning "Fill up with w ine your Cowicg bowels." Tim spcUiL'K in not correct. Ex. July Magazines. Hrriier's. or th 2t)0 illustrations iu the Ju Harper, those of Porte Craven, ''elucidating" his ram bles in Virginia, arc the most .amusing, and ror that joacon will probably f-rove most at tractive to the msjirity of readers; though doubtless thaw acoinpany:ng isiahop Hav en's sccand paper on "Mexico pofflieeethe high est merit and-d'jeptst interest. U.ov; little, in deed, v.e koow of ur next door neighbors and especially of tkat strange -city wherein ubide the "Halls of tho MontfiumaE," about which murodirs -sung in 1847. '."We goto London, 'urhi,-Naj):es, Florence, Alesandriu and JcruBulom,ind uro charmed but have you seen the gardens of C'hanultapee? Wander ing umosg their marvelous woods, -itking plunge ia tlioir traoo baths, gating an their illimitable arborescent and floral wotlth, let us accaucpai the good D.iiiiqp o the r'lleightu f .('JiiipulUpcc," aoi, .like Closes lrom Pisfcuh, wiow the landscape o'er The court Juatbelrtv; the topstaj theiorses, and a rewttop land Lie visitorunIi!ut acool and shavdr iiurcon, .errounuod y.bssau ve randas, wieere uie sirf ing anU elunlag Mrus cf tlie eouatryXveryidzflercnt epecioa Lore, as elsewhere) chine in likeir exijukile piuuage, or men ia more 'C-vauisic sang. x.oc.T suns of rooms ouaamtuid Uic superb nlley. its citv villages, uiairis, lakc and taooutaina. !No such panoramu has airy other ilac in the U-'trld. WindBon, the next inwt beattiful, is tame to this, tiahoctrunn, lu!jmlaui, i on hiineblenu, and u'.l, arc Jlut and Acap ts this ruro cenibiaaUniL ,Eot.then one k. apt tj live lender in these jnujivof. and to -Cju u more natural deaiii, ami -so, is content will Jiujs bier luxuries. From JtCiontaa'jnia to jfUaimuiau, the occupant ot thw Lii: palace Lavorjany of I'.aoiu made a suirteaent from Uteirvoub Iuuj liouorn. Juarez dar.l not sU-heie af ter clghtfall without ftilae iKKly-gfltiMdi .tnd it .ia, abandoned to oticaiiuul state UisaldtaUs, tlieiiieart of tide cr. btivtg judged a -atfer iesiiier.ee. r"o ':he trHil jf the snjeut is oiur .thtm all." "The ridftaiithor," s.;vs the au'ijor, "is wur cliuriuiug avoaue, -iv.raight as 4in ar- r W:p4tii Irom aa Aztoo bo.v. und lined will yunf ttees but it i inl Bafc. C'u-rije riiera or horsemen may iiniL&cmsclrct light er pu."-?o und heavier wf kairt belore thy, reurn trijm their Eden to tl-c city strfieto." The "uanil. is omnipresent In Jf cxico, aaJ k TIk thftusands' in the woit who reudn many lint; ring reollectkn- of halloved places Lu the )ld Bay .State, wiill. ievour John Chad wkJiVl eautifully writttin (loficription ul Marbleavead. Jts quaint architecture, sinuou streets Mad cxrious duleti, idl lift it out of common 6"(U7 England lite; but the old town, once ao.2.ro8pcrou and now:nking to decay, deserved lo be envhrined in liistory as the birth pUoe tf Elbridgc Gerry. It was in lite church at WatcrUm. in which the MassachuseiU General Court avsauxibled. tliat Elbrldge Goiry propose.! the first niea.s- itre ri ueu-nsive wvrtare, in me view of John Adams the nio4 .Vnportaut measure f the uevoiutmn. Aa reoresentative ot the town in the lirst Continental Congress, tSetry's voice was Irom the fist for "indenendeiv -v and his name stands among the signers ot'i-.hc imnwrtal Declaration, He was perhaps ije greatest mnn of whooj the town can ho:u Co-laLorer with Hancock and the Adaniacc, t ue bow mi friend nf Jnu.nli Wnrren. slfrnerrf the Declaration CnvpniT.r nl KfauachiittB and ice rresldent of the United (States, his name ha Tueen ungraciously embalmed in the word crryuiander. which hundreds ue wIhto one knows its origla. tlerry, while Ooverncr of Massachusetts, was charged with rem.Kleling the e.sm'x disUict for Hlitical purposes. A map of the district as remodeled was not unlike some faVuloua monster, to uitn mc name jreirymanaer, suggested per haps by salamander w (virf'B. Ami nnv all remodeling of districts for parly purposcw is gerrymanderinir. Sunlv the unsullied patriotism cf Elbridge Uerry did not earn for uiui uj men uouuuul honor. ett. .. . . viuer uiusiratcU articlca are: A poem, "Xrt Moze j Harriet Sptfford, -with O'iTAWA PUKE 1'ttADErt : sATumuy, jum: 27. i7-l. which the millibar opens; "The Net Kesii't," a zonular account of the L'. S. FMi Comniis (on, by Wm. C Wyckofl'; "A Jliinpso of 'TO," by Clins. IK'chler; besides tlie seiiitl "The Living Link," nml ".My .Mother mid 1 " One of the mcft rcuduble articles in tlio ni-.oi-ber is the chio entitled "One in Many,''' re counting thss romantic ventures, durir-c the rebellion, of Lieut. W. H. Cushing. ot the navy. Two short stories, "John and 1," and "My Wife's Editorial," with the ft3 Editor ial Department, complete a numr-cr or unus ual attractiveness and interest. MtIIiiht's. Oio of the notable features of Hcribnei's for-July is Prol. Hart's carefully prepared ar tide on "The Shakespeare Deatli-.Mask." Tfcere can scarcely be a limit set to the ismount the world would not give for tn as sured correct portrait, or statue, or cast oi "Shakespeare. Jt has always been believed there was nothing reliable of tho kind in ex istance. When a bust of a man is to be made after his death, plaster is spread upon the Tace and allowed to harden. In the concave mold thus obtaiued plaster iu a liquid state is poured and a convex mold produced, which is a fac simile of the features, and i3 techuie ally called a "death-mask." After Shakes peare's death, Gerard Johnson, an English sculptor, cut in the marble tombstone that was placed over Shakespeare's grave a head, which was doufctlcss intended to represent tho features ol tho great dramatist, but how accurately, or wlieth-jr intended even to ap proach accuracy, has always been a matter of dispute. It is now maintained that the sculptor Johnson took a death-mask for the purposes of this tomb, and further, tliat this identical death-musk has been found in Ger many. There is no doubt, at least, that there is in the possession of the Becker family ut Mayence a eath-iuask, which had cut in its back at the time it was made the date "A. ! 1016," the year iu which Shakespeare died, and which, In the traditions of the family for over 300 years, has been held to be a death mask of Shakespeare, l'rof. Hart traces the history of the relic in all its details, and dis cusses the question of its genuineness ex haustively. The article cannot fail to pro duce a commotion among the devortees of the great poet. In the same number of Scribnor, Mr. Stod dard begins a series of articles, "'Studies of snme British Authors," which promises to be of deep interest The sauch controverted "Orthodox Minister1' is heard from again on "EscLu.tology," a lig word which means "last things," as death, judgment, Ac. Ed ward Jling coutvaues his "Great South," de voting the present chapter to Missouri. Saie IJoIme's clever etory, "A Four-Leaved Clov er," is concluded. J ules Verne's "Mysterious Island" and Miss Trufton's "Katharine Karle" arc continued. There is more poetry by 15. V. Taylwr, Mr. King and others. Mrs. Hodg- eor Uurnett has n short story, and General d'Abain an entertaining sketch of fne extra-! ordinary scenes in Cambodia. The Editorial Departments are snusually rich. Under tlie head of "Etching's" we find this exquisite glimpse ol Thackeray: Thackeray was not a humorist, in the sense that Dickens was, nor a wit, in the ense that Jerrold was, but he now and then suaJ a good !.. If.. - f imug in u (jiiici. Y. J.Y ixv mis jie.'.ei eu ou one occasion, wiuiu in this country, by a vounr genUeman of an inriuirius turn of mi I'd, as to what was thought ot tine person und that person In England. "Mr. Thack eray," he asked, "what Jo they think ot'Tup- pcr?" "ihey aon i Hume vi i upper," was the reply. Another man of letters wvw men tioned, und it transpired mat he wim addicted to beer uruifciug. "les," md lhackeray, "take hun for half and half iie was a man." His counoctiou with i'rtwer't Mnunzhie was the subject of convorsution, and the rJght of an editor to change the "copy" ot his contrib utors was discussed. Thackeray maintained that no such right cxwtcd, except as regarded errors ol gramsiar, and declared that tlw only (Hisoti who could mate alterations lor the better was the author himself; as a rule, edi torial changes were biunders. "I told an editor so ouoe tuud he did not ILLc it. '1 have no objection to j our putting your hook on my paratrrajjhf ' I remarked, 'but I decidedly object to your sticking your ears through them.1 " "He never forgave you, of course " 'I newr thought to ask." Thackeray and. Jer rold used to sit twar each other at the Punch dinners, and Jexcold was uiclinod to wrangle, it everything wts not o Iim likine;Hit Tliackeray would keep the peace. "There's io use in our quarreling," lie mim, "for we must meet again ut-xt week." And in "Home aud Society' this reasonable md admirable ndrioe to croquet pte.yers : There is no one s jot where w ell bred people are apt to approach so near to lll-ureeuing as on the croquet-ground. Xhe cause ot hc trouble must inhere in th game, which yet appears to be ot the most (.tuple and mined order, for ntht-r outdoor sports fail to irri tate the feeling or rullle the temper .as this does, it M as it mme tinv imp ot cjscoru pcrvadixl the Held, dcaotmg himself Co the task ot drawing to t!v? surlaoe whatever is contrary in the disposition of tho players. "Ve have seen girls go almost uto hysterics, and youag men become willen ordisputatious aver u paiiry -croquet' r a wicket ilouutlul ly run The game intended solely lor amuse U'.ent becomes tlie sour.ee of disagreement iv"l wrangling, spoiling nil plcaaxrc for the peace-loving, ai well as fur the contentious. IThe origin ot most croquet disimtes lies in t!e diverse understanding of the rulos. Near ly many manuals are puLlishod as there iut jrames played, and raieJy is a match ar-( ranged where the players hare all leirned of Ue jiuc aumoriiy; iieuce the difference of opinm n. Hie sole way to av.d dis;entiians is to select the lMt hook on the sulijoct and make its decisions final on mooted luuein It diKH net matter II a ditfereut authoritv be! ised ou every ground (though fr thoe play, nginuch together it is more NdfcfacWr io have the same.) provided it is regarded a an authority .before a match is begun. Hut it does tuaiur very ninth that person uie-ti i . i. . ... 1 1 . i . . . ior piciuiun;, simuiu nicuiiuuii iiieiuM'Ives as not only to ianish pleasure, but to !o.se Ihtir frieiids' and their own respect. M, Mlu.ln. Fifteen articles in the July Su "Nichnhis ue illustrated that Is, have pictures to mateh; and none has better pictures than a delightful bear story by Kret Harte. "William Culk-n liryant conL'i jutes some more of his beuutiul translations of Spanish pocin, full of gem like this; THE EAGLE AXU T1IF. f KUPI NT. A serpent aw an cufh; jjain. Oil noarini: wii:, a niounl'.un height. And envied him, and craw.e J with a n To where he uv the t.lrd ali-Ll. o i.ckle (ortune ofti ntiu.i rwfru in! the cut;l.;uc and the 1 A'.d oft the rrc:.l K lrti!i liu.a I'p lo tie tiK'i K'ty : . Cha-. ilainard tells a story of the war of Wi; AS'in. C. Itideing discourses on lire crackers und the 4th of July; the Peterkin Sketches by LueretiaP. Hale, are continued ; l'rof. Kattruy enlightens us about the won ders of the microscope; and Nimpo's trou bles reach a conclusion. There are numcr ous other stories, poems, the "Lctter-Box,'. Ac, and "Jaek-iii tlie-I'ulpit" grows amusing ly profound, starting great conundrums like the following: ' I hardly know what to make of this. Late ly 1 heard some travelers talking about hav ing sailed in a bout over a forest of trees some standing, some fallen, und all bare and dead. Yes, there they are, trunks and branches complete, away down under the waves, aad so they are call submarine forests, murine standing lor sea, and nub for under. Where arc these wonderful forests? Why, pretty faraway, I must admit; just off the coasts of Franco and England, the travelers said, though I remember they did speak ot one in the Hay of Fundy, il you know where that is. At certain points, when the tides are very low off the English coast, and tho water is very clear, the people sometimes go out in boats to look down under the water at the poor dead trees. And soaictimes they see amon it the fallen branches the antlers of dead deer, and sometimes the fishermen hook up elenhants teeth. How did the trees get under the water; or the water over the trees, do you asK, my dears ? Ah ! knowledge is a wonderful thing. The travelers did not explain the matter to mo t all. Make haste to learn and tell me all about it. Itallou'H. This magazine for July cantaiss thirty stories and as many pieces of poetry, togeth er with numerous illustrations, those of the 4l.li of July being both amusing and exactly in season. Hallou's is the cheapest serial in the country considering the quality of its con tents, containing nearly us much reading matter as the larger magazines, and costing but $1.50 a year, or 15 cts. a single number. I.im Lw'h NhIIuiirI Monthly. The July number of this popular monthly introduces an innovation, to meet the constant demand for more matter of a literary and miscellaneous character, by giving up a por tion of its space to' stories, poetry, and other light reading, instead of devoting all its space, as heretofore, to sketches, essays, &c, or what is usually called "solid" reading. The change will give additional popularity to a publication w hich has already attained a very largo circulation. It is published by Locke and Jones, Toledo, Ohio, at the very reasonable price of $1.00 per year. IH-iiiereitt'a Monthly, This publication has become indispensa ble in almost every household, for no lady can know exactly what is proper to wear durinir tho month without consulting its C7 pages. Here, tor instance, is a law as abso lute as a decree of the Czar of Russia : Three tlrins are indispensable to u sum mer's outfit. One is a small umbrella which is suspended by a chtiMoiu from the belt, in all traveling and excursiou toilets; another is one or more wide, handsome sashes; and a third, plenty of black lace in the shape of polonaise, tcarts, neckties and the line. The black lace polonaise is the garment pur excel- I, nee in b ack lace tins season, ana is ciiarra ing worn over a "Princess" or what is called in'Paris a founenn dress of light fJtene silk. Lnoe 6hawls may also be prettily draped over these dresses. Jh'ow imagine w hat a figure you might have cut at Saratoga oi Long Branch without this information! Y7c see Vy the announcement in its pros' pectus for ltflo, that a choice of the two valu able, large and popular chromos, "The Cap tive Child" end "The Old Oaken Bucket," by Jerome Thompson, arc now offered to all $3 yearly subscribers, to commence with the July number, 1874. Address W. J. Demorest, 17 East 14th Street, New York. I'lireno'ojjicHl Journal. The followiug tre among the contents of theJiiiy number: F. V. JIayden, the geologist, with a fine portrait; The ieiin ol Chester, England, witn portrait; V ice and ;rime a clear considera tion cf man's negligence of the natural laws; The primeval Hace Double-Sexed a curious cssav. vet founded on some not unsound premises: Eves: their Difference and Siguifi catiune au elaborate and fascinating paper thirty illustrations; Agnes Worth, a story which Jadics will appreciate; A Summer's Vacation, which tells how a party of thirty enjoyed tltemselves in the Kocky Mouutains, and gives numerous ou-uanu portraits; ine Heal Lady a good pen-portrait of a noble character; How to Govern and Train Chil drenShall e whip? valuable suggest ions to parents; Prof. David Swijg, with portrait hows up that Chicago divine ; Por trait and Sketch of J. Edgar Thomson. A humorous cartoon, hitting a certain fashion, closes the .cumber pleasantly. Price 30 cents ; $.100 a year. S. Ik Wells, 389, Broadway, iiew Turk. Xt-leuce of Ilrallh, The.J u'y number contains, among other of its many live articles, one on "Our American Girls;" Artificial Crises; Idiosyncracies of Pathology; Treatment of Chronic and Debili tating DUeesc; Popular Physiology Illus trated; Salt aud Disease; On Bathing; How to Avoid Sickness; Maternal Responsibility; Woman's Dress; Fat, and its Uses as Food; Seasonable Recipes, and much instructive reading matter ia the Household Depart ment; Popular Medical Science; "I Lannot Afford If;" Celibacy and the Shakers, etc. Twenty cents a number, or if'2.00 a year. S. IL WclX Publisher, 389 Broadway, New York. UttrlTa tiling Af. Ejc'j yr it brings jou a small library of tlie Lest kinJ of readier; on all conceivable fe'ubjects. Among tke notable articles con tained in the l.Akt two weekly numbers, arc the following: The French Press (Newspapers during the Revolution) CvrhMU Migir:int; Lamartine, by the author of "Mirabeau," Ttmplt J!ir: Some Old fat-hloned Parsons. Frnrrr; Kngliah Foreign Policy, Sj:itor; The Fiji Islands, I'M JI.iU (i.ucttf; Exotic Engli.li, Chtntbrr Jnrmil; The Indian Famine, EcvtutmUt; Our First Great Novelist. MacuuUim; Men i!elhn, by Ferdinand Hiller, 3liemilUin; The Women and the Lnivrsities, Sptttitr; The Kepiy of Achillea to the Euvoys of Aga memnon, bv Hon. W. E. Gladstone, Content prty Jtr!r; Twinkling of the Stars. A-aJ.iiif: Ritualism, by Llewelyn Da vie, etc . with "Alice Lorraine, a Tale of the South Downs, and installments of "A Rose in J une," ar d f t'e "Story c:f Valentine and hi Hroth ritrj ar.d ii.:cc'lary. With fifty-two1 rge pages t-iel. a vear) the sub - scription price () is iow. LittcH & Gay,1 Boston, rubiishers. Ihc Invalid-it IV n I'lcture. See her Tiulid countenance, but a shoi t time airo the Dieturc of rmlilv health, the envy of tlie echoo! and the pride ot the household. She was always welcomed iy i-er sciiooiuiiiicp, ior ner lithe'fonn and rleasiiigdUpot itioii carrb'd cheer fulness into their rank. Diligent, punctual mid exemplary, obedient and graceful at home, she won the hearts ol an. nut, uiaa, we are buiiow- cd. Those rosy cheeks und ruddy lips are blanched bv eonsuuil'tioii. Tlio voice once so enchanting-!!! laugh and bong is feeble, husky and supplanted by n hollow cough. Let us ap proach her couch gently and take her hand. Do not shudder because of the feeble mid passion- ess grasp. The hand once so hei.rt.v and oluinp i-iiiiiciiiti'd und shows bonev outlines, while the cords and tortuous veins are plainly mapped upon the surface. The pulse that bounded with repletion, currying vigor to the whole system and imparting life, beaut v, vivacity, health and strength, is uelicate to the touch. The feeble heart cannot propel the thin, scanty blood with force. Must we lose her while yet In her teens? Companions and friends gather around with words ot cheer and consolation, unu ccjiari wuu moistened eves and silent steps. Must we lose IhtY No! there Is relief! We can stay this de- strover of our happiness and not sutler the os of so bright a gem. Something more is requir ed now than dietary und hygienic observance, for nature calls for aid and she shall have it. Take this pleasant medicine. It is invigorating. How it allays the irritable cough, Improves the appetite mid digestion und sends a healthy tingle ..' r l I Tk. 1.1 1 t .... :nl.t tlirougn mi! irume. iiiu uiuuu ib riiiivuin, vous force increased, and the heart bounds with a new impulse. Sice her face brighten by de grees; the color Is returning, her voice is get ting clearer, and pleasant words are spoken. Thi! strength falters vet. but is gaining. Let us take her out in the warm suushine. In a short time she will be able to go without our aid, a cheerful girl. This delightful medicine must be God-blessed. It is restoring health to our loved one. JMie is emerging from her sickness sweeter and noble than before, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery must have the credit. It has raised her. 8. R. Eoi'AK, druggist, of West Union, O., says that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has effected a wonderful cure of consumption in his neighborhood. Additionul 1'ncllltle for Tra vel. One of the grandest illustrations of the enter prise of the tiiues, is the completion of the great iron bridge over the Mississippi at Louisiana, Mo., erected In the short space of five and a half months from its commencement. It wus formal ly opened on Christinas for through trains from Chicago to Kansas City via the Chicogo and AU ton and St. Louis, Kausas Citv und Northern Short Line. The route ol' this line is from Chi cago to Kansas City, through Juliet, Dwight, Clienoa, Bloouiiligtoil, Pettrsburg, Jacksonville, Koodhouse, Louisiana, Mo., Mexico, Mo., Mober ly, Mo., and over the Missouri river ut Kansas Citv, on the lirst bridge ever built across the " Big Muddv." This line passes through an ex ceedingly prosperous country, abounding in splendid views, through a succession of cultiva ted farms, and possesses numerous attractive features to dispel the monotony that prevails on ordinarv routes, and makes the trip one of pleas lire, instead of a tedious journey. This line has become proverbial for the excellence of its equip ment. New Pullman Palace Curs, new Reclining Chair-Curs, elegantly carpeted und titted with dressing-rooms with every toilet convenience for ladies, gentlemen und families traveling with children, without extra charge; also superb day coaches, smoking cars, and dining cars, where one partakes of as good a meal, while speeding on their journey at the rate of thirty miles an hour, as ui:iv be hud at unv first-class hotel. Any Ticket Agent selling through tickets to the West will furnish tickets by this excellent route, over the Chicago and Alton and M. Uouis, .Kansas City and Northern Miort I.aie. to Kausas. Colorado Nebraska, California, and the Great West. For Map, Circulars and Time Tables, address either James CliarlUili, Chicago, or r. u. iiroai, si, Louis, Md., either of whom will furnish any in .ormation desired. tf. Kansas J'hcIIIc rtalluay. Tiie main line extends from Kansas City, Mo. and Leavenworth, Kansas, both tlouiishlng cities on the Missouri Kiver, through Central Kansas and Eastern Colorado ho'J miles to Denver, Colo rado. and with several hundred miles ol IS ran eh es. in addition, reaches every portion of Kansas" Colorado and New Mexico, und all of Its fertile valleys. Kare opportunities nre ottered for ue quiring homes in a section of country unsur passed for fertility nnu lieuiin. me state capi tal, State University, State Agricultural College State ormal scnooi, Hiina Asylum, ive., oi Kun sas, tire nil located immediately along tha line ahd the educational facilities generally arc un cqualed. By refcreree to the United States Ag ricultural lu'porls, it win ue otiservea tuiil Kan sas had u greater yield to the acre of the cereals than auv other State, and Uold Medals and Dr ploinas jor the greatest and best display of Fruit and Agricultural. Horticultural una .winerai pro duets, have been awarded at the Great Exposi lions and hairs throughout tne land in compel! ""ton with the other SUtes. For the tourist and invalid, ii varied and charming landsciajio is pre sented; and tlio delightful air of Colorado, and the now justly celebrated Cold, Wurm and Hot Springs, m ttie viciuity oi Denver, nave given re newed life to the weary ane have restored health to the nick. Don't fail to taku a trip over the Kansas l'aeitic Kallway.and if you want a good home, be sure to settle along iu line, i on can obtain Man. Circulars, ifcc. giving all inforimv lion, bv addressing (iener ..-. . ral fiiBsenger Agenl.K. r.J., iuusaa vi'j, .no, tf Abolt Bitteks. At certain periods of life a tonic is neeessitv; but there is danger in using stimulants that injure the organs of digestion while giving temporary relief. To obviate this and present to the pnblic a tonic free from tdro- hidic poison. Dr. Ureune prepared tho Ojriiqcnalcil liitUr. a sure cure lor Dyspepsia and an kinurca complaints. Sold everywhere. John F. Henry, Curran & Co., Proprietors, and U College Place, ;sew lorn. tt; J. J. KELLOGG Deputy U. S. Collector, REAL ESTATE Insurances Loan Agent Ami Attorney at Law. Office in Jesse Dickey's New Brick, Carrier of Main anil Coliiuilin St. Loans of any !?izc or Time can be Procured at My Office. I hveontAr.tly on lin1 trrr Ut ol oity.ronntj -.i in nrnnrrtv. alilrh I Kill wil at TprT low Krlor .don tliur to suit vurrhvm. 1 Iiav lTt Dumbrrol hunrt for rrot. Will trxlceKV for oauiile prooerty. WIU rrat propwir. collect renU, prrpr BtMtrwU. prjfct title. Head to payment ol Uxea, convef nrlne. anil. In rart.to all Hunloeaa n ml line tliat luaj be placed la my bnd. Mar MB, UT4. J. J- IvtLLOOO. VIJI : A. 2 1 DWEliUSO PROPERTY to "RBisra? By t. O. HARRIS. Ueal bteteBroktr. May t, VTA. Vftl.AWK IIOIIK. MTATIO.IEHV ! AMI "KIri.NO lra!k4 rw''0 raaaooahl r rooiuy al raaaooaiM cm AS A H AltH AS. such numbers of sixty-four !:; (aggregating over UMM p. ii.es j )) - rf v.utf'isl UTlib. . ... . . . ATT OR NC V f J-'. Tl IO.M 1 -. Attorney at i.iw. OiHi-a i. S' ill'- :r-'t,i ''. ! i . In. Curr Hi i attention iiIumi lo llio olluctlon nl claims- l ots to suit, ll't limes. JuiilJ IOtlJV .1. It !-;iI.j.w( Attorn.'' ft .itl Cauik ?lor t I.,'.w,J.i Ileal I-'ate nml lnHii;ice Aiteul. Siwt ial iiuciillui s.'.ni ! iIH':iiiir buliller liounilea. lum I' .v. A. ()' in .)" P'.cki'y's iiuw !nil!lii-i. cur lier of Milu iu! Cidaail'Us ntreeti. :il i-H nn i -v u. .i. CHAWl'-ouii, Attorney "T Lanr. l.onm lT.Vid Clark St., S. W. cur. Muiiroe, Ch ney e. Ch cagu. Notary rutiltc nirl4T4 j.n.tticK. a.a. WAi.iiaiDaa. ICIOJk WAlillIU j'j, Atiirn.)aiL.aw. OiBoela tiloveriSLuuV simiCK.ovcr mnimicK tnng Uire,iUa'a,lha. , lrtTS IIOVLM fit It It-1 IOLMON, Atlorneya at I Law, LeUiid &. Busliuell'a Wock, L Sallt auwkj Otr taira. Ida. martTft : I AM O'JUHS'IV KLjIj. AttorinTanaCouti I fellur at La. Col!ectlon!i mwle mid proniptly remit. isl. ufllce In oluvw A Cuuk'a Uluck, Willi Ulc Wal iirlil;e, Ottawa, llllnoln. nuv!5 10. W. W. liliAKK. Attorm-y at Law Collecting and convevunclnir .roniDtly atteoi.M tov Office wetlot Court Houne, Ottawa, Ills. aeptU, id-lj bird bick man. T. . bowik. m. t. molonit. HIl HI UHI), ltOWKN & MOLONEY, Atton neva ami CouimulLora at Law, No. S Court (itrrt. WS ironiitly ami dllltivnlly attend to all builueasealmati'd lo Iheireare. npiltJ'VJ f HI AM. J I. I tit I Kll, Attorney and CounMi , at Law. OUlcu-ltoom Xo. 1 I'oat OUlce Illork. Olla- norK.oii marl'73 wa, Illinois. rf . w. .IACKNOIV, Attorney at Law ami No- W tary 1'ublte, Sueator. llUnulr. air.'6!i D. P. JOKICI. I" W. BIIKWEB. J IOW At IlHEWEK, Attorueyi and Conn jellora at Law, Ottawa, Ul. Otfiee, Uoom o. 1 S, i tfa.M,.r.nii,n iii,...t- nrtlv '71 KCUUU UUVli WCUUVUIURU wvl.i . -- HUlNHIVI'JI-iU HULL, Attorney! at Law. Otlicn in tlie Leland BuHlinell block, over Burke Keaaii'i ttore, wst of Court limine. Ottawa. III. ilecll it 1) V. mJCOLI, Attorney at Law. Officeln I). Salltniier'i Uioek.cornerol LaBalleaudMalnatretta with Mayo Wlilme r. Ottawa, 1U. jupl.uni' n a ILDXIDtil. a. M. LKW1B. li!;illiIJOF: IKWI,niAttonie.ya and Vj tounnolors at l w. Ulover & Cook'a Clonk. Ottawa. awn m T klavti. Crava A. Lrland, MteVm ClVaiicery. Notary 1-ublle. r MauAXUlSeiUn, Attoneyi i at Law 1 J Abatmct Books of La Salle county. Office. N. W.cor ur Court Uouk; Square, over City Drua Store. Ottawa. 111. ciuRLaa blahouard. naa 1LA.C1IAHU. Ml I torneyn at Law, Oltaw 11BRMAN B1LVIR. FRANKLIN COBWIK. SILVKIC iV tniinmi ai .., l. n l.ln IhurTnlloil Btatea Circuit and Blstr'lct Court. In theaiiireme Ceurt or Illinola. and la the couria ol La balle and adjulnlaa Co untin ...nxu .. I BUT Ill'flUd. IIIUHIia. Ill III VII . BKNBT MAYO. "-. " ,, aM. dccln Nattlneer'B Mock. corner of La Ballc and Main itreeti. front room up atalrs Ottwa.lll. aepii . - . - k U. ur.l.u . . . KLIIirilKVB HI unw, ,l 1 ltTUUll LOCKWOOl), Justice of the A react. Ottawa. Ilia. OUlce on Colnmbua, a , few Ucora north ol the po.tofflce. Will thank hutrleud. for all bunt nrM I pertainlnk' to Ida office, und cng.iltea to atlecdto It promptly. PHYSICIANS. IT I. lASriC;M W1 ...... n...n. Ill I ilTA. I iiysuinii nun ni- fflce ovur the City Brug Store. a -r t ii I . t . J . , , . lierdem, i"aul KU, eaat'of Supreme Court House junior NAV. U f.C KWITII, M. I. (ECLECTIC ) . OMice, corner Main and Columhua atreeis, tOlckiy a Block,) Ottawa, ill. Chronic Olseaaea a apecialiy. Havlnc hsdalarfeexporience ia caaea of long atandlug, heleeii competent in oSerlnc his service to the afflicted, ma) io DI. M. aSKJVOlSlt, Homasopalhlc l'hyslcinn, Ottawa, 111. tillers his services to the lilenda of the lloma'oimthlc system In Ottawa, In nil liranclu-s ot his i rto-K-sslon. 1'arUciilar attention given to ynlMgto roeu and children. Offlct in Clover & Cook's block. lcbi-T 1. C. BATBBWAT. TTATI1KWAY -. XI.CAMPK1KLD. CAMPFIELl), Physicians and Surgeons. Special attention (riven to Dlseasci of the Eye Ear. and of tl. Tliroat. Lnii( & Skin. Dr. Csmpfii'M will belound at tlie oltlce at all hours, day and nllit. OUlce over Wrawa de fowell's Urua store. uec-iy lAll. IT. Office Over Exchange Bank, Itesldcnee on Columhua Street, opposite the Connrcpaiinn I'.ini.eh. otiawa. Illinois. uovis. il BB. O. IIAr, mymcian and Burgeon, oyer No. 119 Main street, Metropollua lllock, Ottawa, Illinois. J une 1th. 1W71. . R M. MeAXlTHTJIl, M. Phyalelaa . Surgeon, Ottawa, 111. OUlce in post oflice block. June , 1865. 1? Y. GHIOOH, PrugBlst, Bookseller untl St lu tioncr.Otlawa.tll. Second sioreiu Natllnaer slilott, soulhslituol Conrt lluaye Sqmtie. MlvJIEUSMld Gorman Drucclst and Apothe . cary,(wliolealcan'l retail.) -Main street, Ottawa. III. Importer of Drugs, Chemicals, French CoRnlae Ilranillts, Wines, 4c. ? DENTISTS. IN. HOUICKT, DENTIST. Itoom over Flrat National I3ank. BAKERS. ; W EOLiAUD HAKEKY AU L. HESS. Successor to C. W. Sr.nlord.Postoftlce block, Ottawa, All kinds of Fancy and Wadding Cake kept constantly ca hand ana made to order. Also crackers, and everything la the Irskery line, aslnw as aay hoHse In the west Also a lame assortment ot confectionery constantly Oi hand. Orders respectfully solicited. . Ottawa, Jau. id, l-ia.-2.tr L. HKfS. N KW YOltJC HAKKBY. THOMAS SI'ENCER. Main fct.-ect, west of La Salle, atttawa. Illinois. leblO-y WAREHOUSE . Dealers in OKA1N AND PltODUCK? Warehouse and office on the sldecu t, near the gas '"'' Ottawa, 111. iie:J.i-y NOT IOR. -I hare removed my omceirom trie room In the rear of the Exchange Bank lately occupied bjrjn directly across the street, up stairs, ia tlie southwest cd of Hoes Iceland's Block. ,.... I am not connected with or enitaaea in any""""!", change or insurant. , bnslne... haw fc".a5? alsrcliisi, ibio, out me J ."V ,l money on real estate security, anu iu uuj ii'-' faeesauunu.. . sr,E?.troOD Ufceinwrtu inn - o. a-. LUTZ, BOOK BINDER AXD Paper Box Manufacturer. All kinds of Maeazines, perlmlieala. S heet Mnale, , c. Bound ia erery style. Also, rape.- uoic. m Marco 21st, 1S6I. Oll HALE. On Splendid Family Horse. t)neLl)iWTopBiigty, Two Sets Single llainess J We also offer for sale any and all real estate t Iheeslnteol lUrhard Taorne, vacant new property, Ionic Wilis, itesiuentc, . Tai-Personal property cash: Ileal e'tat' part cash balauceln time. f "'.-: Oct. 4 tf Executors ol B. Thorue, oec'd. Hi) TO A. FOSTEK FOR SDE.GER Sewinsr Machines. Just received, a large stock, not on nna. nor tiea over, bin new ana rulir warrmnieu. mic1iiiu rrp.ir. an nnl sell old machines tor new. as other do. Call asd M-eheiore you bur. Also all kiads or attachmeDM, silk thread, needle, oil. c. At 73 aad 75 Madison Street. Ottawa, KOT.W.ISTJ. A. FOSTtK CROQUET. A (Jood Assortment AT OSMAX & HAPE.HAX'S.